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TIIE RICHMOND PAL LADIU3I AND SU.VTK I.EGKA3I, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 15W.
l'AGE TWO SCHEDULE TO BE ADOPTED MONDAY Indiana-Ohio League Men to Meet for This Purpose At Huntington. VAN WERT IS STRONG. (NDICATIONS ARE THAT THIS TEAM WILL. BE UP AND DOING THE ENTIRE SEASON J ESSU P'S HOPEFULS ARE CHALLENGED. Affairs of the Sporting World (By Tort.) "Tacks'' Fisher, 'Jelly" Burns and Pitcher Kngle are -with the Sharon O. P. league this year. Last season all of these players were in the I. O. lea gue. The Sharon Telegraph says the following about them: They say Fisher, the south-paw first Hacker, will make the league sit up and take notice this year. In the practice games he has displayed a wonderful form, and it is the opinion of the old players of last year's team that he will even beat, out the sen sational Daubert of the Marion team of last year. Fisher has the goods in reaching for 'em. 'if I bat as pood as 1 did last year," says left fielder Otto Burns, "there won't be any reason to worry over that '2.'5 on the Llth' circumstance, as far as I am concerned. My eye and arm seem to be in pood condition." Pitcher Kngle will rely on the same old shoots of old this year that is to start off his season with the locals. He disclaims having anything like a foozy-woozy or merry widow curve. T. Fisher informed a local traveling Frank Borton Played Excep tionally Good Bowling Game Last Night. HUNTS DEFEAT COLONIALS. CITY BOWLING LEAGUE. Won Lost Colonials :: "-'1 Kntre Nous '- 22 Hunts 27 27 Richmond U ".2 There will be a league meeting held A Huntington Monday, President Gam ble, of the I.-O. having issued his call yesterday. At this meeting a sched ule prepared by Secretary Pound Flone, together with- the league rules, v. HI be submitted to the managers for rpproval. The schednle calls for a four club circuit, composing the follow ing cities, Richmond, Van Wert, lo f ansport and Huntington. Louie. Hunt has begun to weed out his class of candidates for the Van Wert team. He lias released Pitcher Komaine, Second Baseman SteadfeU nrd Outfielder Cahill to the Logans- port team. These players will be val uable to Iy:ganspoi t. but they will not be missed at Van Wert, as Hunt has just as good men to fill their places. The locals' practice was interfered -villi yesterday by the unseemly con duct of the weather man. Just when Hie warm sun he has been handing out li r the past few days was beginning to pet in its good work the Weather Man nabled it and turned on the faucet. Jessup tried hard to secure the Ter rn Haute team for some practice tames here, but nothing had been heard from Manager Drill. The Tots went to Greene astle for a four f ame series with the Dcpauw varsity. Yi'it after the first game they jumped ihe town with the excuse that the .rounds were too rough. Have Lame Wings. Mason and Fleming, the two veter f.n members of the pitching staff, are Hill suffering with lame wings. "I al ways have trouble with my arm in the spring, but a little more hot weather find the soreness will quickly disap pear." stated Mason. "Same here," chimed in Fleming. The Van Wert outfit looks powerful pood. Last Saturday and Sunday they collided with the Lima. Ohio ctate league team at Lima and put the Ohio leaguers into the discard both times. Saturday Van Wert won 9 to 8 and Sunday they rasped the Oil work ers is to 2. Harry Hay debuted in h.ith games for Lima and his ex-team mates drove him to cover each time. The total paid attendance for the two Kjn ' Us games was nn. um ...... Van Wert Bulletin states, that "Lima is no better town in this respect than Van Wert and not near so good as Kichmond." Manager Clark, of the Lima club, made a raid on the Van Wert team and teeured Catcher Hardin, but President .:unhle of the !.-(). league had a heart Ik heart confab with the jumping back-: ftock and induced him to return to the Yiin Wert fold. This experience shows that the quicker the l.-O. league gets in der national protection the better off the league will be. The Huntington team showed class Sunday when they defeated the Marion Owls to the tune of ! to 0. Fans in the I.-O. circuit will see as fast base Vail as the Ohio State league fans. Managir Baird of the Logansport ttam. has a big squad at work at Spencer park and the Ixigansport bugs are taking the keenest interest in the proceedings. Manager Jessup has received a letter from George Bone, the polo star, stat ing that of the eleven players compos ing the two all-star polo teams which will play here next week under the auspices of the Elks, eight are profes sional base ball players. Bone fur ther states that these eight men have a hunch, that they can do things to Jossup's hopefuls on the diamond and That a challenge is extended. All Bone aslts is that Manager Jessup catch for the polo base ball outfit and that he loan this team one of his pitchers. This , challenge will be ac eepted and the game should prove a preat drawing card. man that the reason he was not with the Richmond team this year was be cause he was not offered enough sal ary. Oh fiddle how careless in the Richmond management. Jack Smith has cut his squad down to fourteen men. He states that he will carry thirteen men on the tam this season. Ten thousand people saw the Co lumbus Senators, three times champ ions of the American Association, de feat St. Paul 5 to 4 in the opening game yesterday. President Pullman of the National league and President O'Brien of the American Association witnessed the game. Local fans are banking on Indiana polis to make a splendid showing in the American Association this year. Carr has a fast bunch and Ownie Bush is about the fastest. Sunday Richmond will cross bats with the Indianapolis Reserves, which outfit is an old favorite here. Three out of the four teams in the City Bowling league have a chance for championship honors, they are the Co lonials, the Hunts and the Entro Nous. HIGH SCORE MADE COACH DISCOURAGED Pet. .'.22 .54 1 Does Not Like Spirit Shown By Earlham Track Candidates. INTEREST ELSEWHERE. The Hunts jumped on the Colonials, the league leaders, last night, and as similated four of the six games played. Notwithstanding the trouncing admin istered to the Colonials, they still re fain the lead by a comfortable margin. The Hunts are now pressing the Entre Nous team close for second place. Frank Borton, of the Colonials rolled high score last night, bowling 221 in the last. game. The league officials have decidtd to continue the cham pionship season until the last of this month. Scores last night: First Series. HUNTS. IstG. IMG. ."dC. 13. Martin l'.n; l'.to 1,V.) J. Martin u;s i:;i 17 Hunt 1 r.S H',4 177 White 17! 1M ICS Carman 14'. 111 1ST Totals S.'.o COLONIALS. 1stC. Brownley 172 Broomhall 12 Ienny 1m; Borton 121 Totals 7.V Second Series. HUNTS. IstG. B. Martin K'.K J. Martin I.".s Hunt 14.. White I.V. Carman 1.V2 si h ; P.:; i:;:. 1 is 17! lOI Nil idG. 171 114 1 IS Kit) 1 ''." Coach Vail is becoming discouraged with the way the track candidates are showing up for practice at Earlham. The coach has felt that Earlham has fair chances of winning the I. C. A. L. championship this year, and the mini tier of boys who are able to break rec ords, would make it seem that his hopes were well grounded, but. he is not able to get them to train or prac tice. Base 111. tennis and strolling are paramount in the hearts of all of the Quakers at present. and unless something is done immediately to remedy this, the coach feels that this year's track team will be a complete failure. No new records have been made this year and the members who come out to pracice are having diffi culty in keeping up to the standards set down by teams of years past. Gay er has been able to keep up with his high scnool records In the hammer throw and the shot put and Walthall and Bennington are close seconds, but cutside of these events no progress hs been made. WHO WILL WIN? 72!) JdG. i r.:; ISO rjr. l'.ti 1.YT Totals 'S COLONIALS. King Brownley . . Denny Borton Iii.'i Rotterman 1 IstG. . .K'.l . . I -(; . . 1 2-"i NOO 2dG. 17v k; 170 Kit; 0!7 r.dc. i .-..- 1.V4 i.:o 747 .'idG. ICO 141 147 2'J1 K12 Totals 21 St. j SOI NATIONAL LEAGUE. Won Lost Chicago t New York I Boston . 1 Pittsburg 1 Cincinnati 0 Philadelphia 0 Brooklyn 0 St. Louis 0 Games Today. Chicago at Cincinnati. New- York at Philadelphia. Boston at Brooklyn. Pittsburg at St. Louis. Yesterday's Results. Pittsburg C; St. Louis 1 (10 ings. ) Rain elsewhere. 0 y'&mzz&v Mm mm ww VIM 11 I ss?I hH , U I til S v P 111 MI lit mitiii .IMHP , r ; Rosenbloom-Buntin... The TMe 11 Sprieg WE ENTER UPON THE SPRING and SUMMER SEASON w i;h considerable prhle in our ability to mtm mi with the newes- creations in Hart. SehafTiu-f & Marx and Clothcrat't clothes, destined to become immensely popu lar on account of their improved stle and dependable quality. SUITS Are made with long, wide lapels, shape retain- front and in all the new shades, including many shades of brown, grey and fancy worsteds, $10 to $30. TOP COATS All tiew models in black, Tan ani Greys, in box three-quarter lengths. $10 to $25. RAIN COATS Kor Spring, made full and loose fitting. In Cheviots, Thibet and Worsteds, in black, grey and mix tures. $1."..(0 and up. BOYS' CLOTHING We proise to make this department one of the heM in the city, and not to carry anything but what is approved by the best makers of Boys' Clothinr. )ur Siuing Showing of Sailor. Norfolk and Russian Suits has all the new ideas for Spring and Summer wear. HATS Mallory Cravenette Hats in Softs and Stiff. Latest Spring Styles, $2.00 to $3.50. FURNISHINGS All the latest out In Shirt. Nekwar. Underwear; a most beautiful collection. Call here. The House of Fashion Rosenbloom, Buntin & Co. 824 Main Street inn AMERICAN LEAGUE. RICHMOND PEOPLE GOOD DRESSERS Very few cities in the United States can show as many well dressed people as Kichmond. a large per cent, of the men hav ing their clothes made to order. Men can get fine suits made for $15 or ?is when the same goods a few years ago cost almost twice as much. For seven years Kramons Tailoring Co. have been making fine suits at $15 and ?1S and the business has increased every year. They are now showing the largest they have ever shown. Over 600 styles in spring suitings. PITTSBURG WON CLOSE ONEYESTEBDAY Was Only Game Played in the Major Leagues. St. Louis, Mo., April lfi. Pittsburg defeated St. Louis in the opening game of the season :i to 1 in ten in nings. The weather was cloudy and the ground was soft. Both teams fielded in poor shape. Lush and Cam nitz pitched fine ball, the former los ing because of errors behind him. The score was a tie all the way to the tenth inning. Score: St. Iuiis tt 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 01 7 Pittsburg. 00000 0 001 '2 S 4 Batteries Lush and Hosteter; Cam nitz and Gibson. Won Lost Pet. Chicago i 0 1.0" m) St. Louis 1 0 I.OOt) New York t 1.000 Boston 1 0 ''.000 Cleveland 0 1 .000 Detroit 0 1 .00 Philadelphia 0 I .000 Washington 0 1 .000 Amusements THEATRICAL CALENDAR. NEW PHILLIPS. Week of April 13 Vaudeville. GENNETT. Week of April 13. North Bros. April 18 (Matinee and night) "The Gingerbread Man." Games Today. St.. Louis at Cleveland. Detroit at Chicago. Washington at Boston. v Philadelphia at New Yorlf. Yesterday's Results. No games yesterday; rainy. AFFORDS PERFECT SECURITY. Foley's Honey and Tar affords per fect security from pieumonia and con sumption as it cures the most obsti nate coughs and colds. We have nev er known a single instance of a cold resulting in pneumonia after Foley's ! Honey and Tar had been taken. A. G. Luken & Co. Indianapolis 1 Columbus 1 Milwaukee 1 Toledo 0 Louisville 0 Minneapolis St. Paul Kansas City 0 GUILD TO SPEAK. The prayer meeting at First M. E. church tonight will be addressed by Presiding Elder T. M. Guild and fol lowed by the First Quarterly Confer ence. A large attendance of the membership and friends is expected. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Won Lost (i o o 0 1 II 1 1 Games Today. St. Paul at Columbus. Minneapolis at Toledo. Milwaukee at Ixmisville. Kansas City at Indianapolis. Yesterday's Results. Indianapolis 4; Kansas City 2. Milwaukee 2; Iouisville 1. Columbus 5; St. Paul 4. Minneapolis-Toledo Rain. Vaudeville at the Phillips. It would be difficult, to imagine how a player could do more with a .saxo phone than Jean Moerman does with this instrument at. the New Phillips this week. He has three of different sizes and plays one as well as the oth er, showing the wide range through which this style of music can be car ried. Although not the easiest form of entertainment with which to hold an audience, he gets enthusiastic greetings. 'The Gingerbread Man", whic'.i will given a production at thy Gennett matinee and night on Saturday, April IV The author is the late Frederic Kanken. and the musical composer ia A. Baldwin Sloane. The new piece is said to have u fascinating story of gossanior texture giving its message of gaiety and comic scheming through the medium of the mvthica! Kris Kin-i gle. Little .lack Horner, Simple Simon, Margery Daw, et al. The two acts and four scenes of ' ho Gingerbread Man" are gorgeously mounted and laid in places long exploited in nursery rhymes, such as Santa Claus Land. Pastryland and the Aerial Sugar Pal ace. Little .lack Horner, thanks to the wicked Macbavelius Fudgo. sees his fiance, the Princess Sugar Plum, carried off to the realms of his droll Maiestv Kintr Bunn. in :m ait-shin, and j it takes all the kind offices of the ! Good Fairy Carmelita to effect a re : union. Pet. 1.0(10 l.Ono l.oOO .111)0 .1)110 .1(00 .000 .000 American Stock Company. The American Stock company will lKgin a week's engagement at the Gennett next Monday. This is the ag gregation headed by .lack Warbuton. comedian and Nancy Boycr. soubiette. They have a repertoire of sixteen plays. Repertoire at the Gennett. The plays that will be produced by tho North Bros, company jit the Gen nett for the remainder of i's engage ment are as follows: Thursday night. "Divorcons"; Friday matinee, "Saved from the Sea"; Friday night, "A Will of Iron." The engagement concludes Friday nieht owing to the fact that The Gingerbread Man" will appear on Saturday afternoon and night. Too Risky Ak your doctor if he Jots not think tt Would be wit for you to keeP a ooltle of Auer' Cherry Pe cterg in the hotoe. "A hard chill, pain through the chest, difficult breathing." If this should be your experience, send for your doctor. It my be pneumonia I Todoctoryourself would be too risky. If your doctor cannot come at once, give Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. When he comes, tell him exactly what you have done. ,vjf3S! INDIANS SLAY TWENTY WHITES Reports of Slaughter From Nicaragua. "The Gingerbread Man." Children, big and little, old and otiue. thoughtful and thoughtless, will find much to interest them in New Orleans, La.. April B. A repart that about CO whites and Indians have been killed in Nicaragua in a bloody bush warfare, waged by Mosquito In dians, was brought here today by v. K. Coffrcan, of Bloomington. III., who -as a passenger on the steamer Dicta tor from Central American ports. The deatii list of whites numbers about ;.. TomatO and Corn Growers We are giving eight, ten and twelve dollars for tomatoes and seven dollars for corn this season. All parties wishing to contract, call at office or phone 1235. H.C.Bullcrdick&Son CANNERS South Fifth Street j PLENTY OF TR0U3LE ! is caused by stagnation of the liver ' and bowels, to get rid of It and head ache, and biliousness and the poison ; that brings jaundice, takf Dr. King's i New Life Pills, the reliable purifiers J that do the work without grinding or striping. -c, at A. G. luKen ic Los drug store. Can You Answer Yes When asked if you are satisfied with the state of your finances? If Not A little savings account will help you to answer more satisfactorily. , The Best Depository For your savings is the First National Bank The United States deposits with us Open on Tuesdays until 8 p. m. ANDERSON A CITY UP AND DOING l :ts were told on a guarantee of the executive committee and a number of citizens. The crowd left the headquar ters shoutir.g, "Hurrah for Greater An derson." while a number of the factory vhistles were opened to inform the cit izens of the success of the movement. Hundreds of Lots Sold Factory Fund. for Anderson, Ind.. April li. The sale if the l.'JoO lets, whereby a fund of 3G0.0CO has been raised to insure a dozen larga factories to this city, was declared closed last night -ny George B. Wheeloek. chairman of the execu tive committee. The announcement was greeted with a great demonstra tion by the crowd of people about lot headquarters. A telegram was sent to the proprietors of each of the twelve factories apprising them of the suc cess of the movement. The last 100 Foley's Orino Laxative is best for women and children. Its mild action and pleasant taste makes it preferable to violent purgatives, such as pills, tablets, etc. Cures constipation. PALLADIUM WANT ADS. PAY GOOD FRIDAY SERVICES. At the Good Friday service at th First M. E. church tomorrow morn ins: at 10:15. Rev. Dunaway of the Sec oud Presbyterian church will eptak, and Prof. .1. Leroy Harria will fur nish the music. A cordial invitation is extended to all. i. tht concern 70a. em3 carefnny-. Dr. al5well' Srmp Pepia ! positively tatrta. -J to core hid geHoc . cosripUoa. lit K bea4 " be. o3enlv breath, raajarfa ama all CJea.Mt .isCM from teniae Tonbla- 4 ! I I GENNETT THEATRE St5cr Matinee and Night, Saturday, April 18. NIXON and ZIMMERMAN serve the merriest of all Musical Fan'asie3 the original No. 1 New York City production. Everlasting ThC GINGERBREAD MAN Snccess Music by A. Baldwin Sloane. Book by Frederick Ranken A vast concourse of ravishingly beautiful show girls and. bewitching Choristers. 62 IN THE MATCHLESS COMPANY PRICES Matinee, 25. 50. 75c, $1.00. Night 23. 50, Z, S1.00 an $1.50. Seats on sale for both performance, Thursday morning, April 16th at the Westcott Pharmacy. This theatre does not advertise in the Evening Item.