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THE KICIOIOND PALLADIU3I AND SL TELEGKA3I, SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1903.
1'AGE TWO. HUNTINGTON WINS SLUGGING GAME Richmond Driven to Cover by The Shower of Singles, Doubles, Etc. MUNCIE WINS AT LAST. DEFEATS VAN WERT AGGREGA TION IN A SEA OF MUD GRAY GOT IN WITH HIS USUAL HOME RUN DRIVE. I. O. LEAGUE STANDING. Won. Lost. Van Wert 3 Huntington 7 ' Richmond o f Muncle 4 8 Tct. .615 .:s;; .455 Results Yesterday. Huntington 9; Richmond 4. Muncle 14; Van Wert 1. Games Today. Richmond at Huntington. Van Wert at Muncie. Huntington, lnd., May 23 Aided by the hot decisions handed to the Quak ers by Umpire Arundel. Huntington had but little difficulty in winning the opening game of the series yesterday afternoon. Mason worked for the visi tors and he was batted all over the lot. thirteen hits being made off his delivery. Valanti started in to pitch for the locals but owing to the en thusiastic volley of base hits with which the Quakers greeted him the big fellow was promptly stabled and Wentz chased to the mound. Wentz held the scrappy visitors well in hand the remainder of the game. Tomorrow the largest crowd of the season ia expected to be out. A band concert will enliven the festivities. Richmond Is a great drawing card here. Monday is an open date and It is probable that one of the postpon ed games of the last Richmond series will be played off. Summary: Huntington An. R. H. O. A. 0 o 0 0 . o 0 1 1 1 E. 0 0 0 o o 0 0 0 0 0 Donavan, cf.. .2 Burgwald, ss. .5 Kendall, rr. . .4 WItham, 3b. ..3 Fowler, lb.. ..3 Romalne, If. ..4 Fogel, c 3 Strands, 2b. ..4 Valanti, p. . . . 2 Wentz, p.. . ..2 0 o 1 0 16 Totals . Richmond .32 9 13 27 AB. R. H. O. A. E. Shinn, If 4 0 0 4 0 0 Cameron, lb . . 5 0 rarker, 2b.. ..4 0 J fiman, ss . . . .5 0 Hurst, cf 4 0 1'leree, rf 3 2 J. B'baugh, 3b. .3 1 Jessup, c 3 0 MaBon, p 2 1 C 1 2 0 2 0 o 4 0 Totals 33 9 23 11 Richmond 0 0003100 0 t Huntington .. ..00 2 13300 09 Earned runs Huntington fi. Two bate hits WItham, Yalantl. Bases on balls Yalantl 3; Wentz 1; Mason 5. "Wild pitch Wentz. Struck out By Wentz 3; by Mason 5. Double play Hurst to Parker. Sacrifice hits Jes Bup, Shinn, Pierce, Donavan, Kendall, Fowler and Romalne. Stolen bases Parker, Pierce, Kendall, Fowler, Ro malne, Yalanti. Umpire Arundel. Time 1:30.. Attendance 200. MUNCIE IN WIN. Lop Sided Game Taken From Van Wert. Muncle, lnd., May 23. After a dis astrous trip to Richmond, Muncie re turned home yesterday afternoon and 'on a rain soaked field simply pounded the wadding out of Van Wert. The only tally made by the visitors was on Gray's terrible swipe over the ience. Summary: Muncie. AB. R. II. O. A. E. 'H. B'baugh, ss.5 3 3 3 1 0 Wills, lb 4 1 2 9 0 0 Gillls. rf 5 2 1 1 0 0 Wolfe, c 2 1 0 2 4 2 Hall, cf i 1 1 2 0 1 Jo. B'baugh, If .4 1 3 2 0 0 Barns, 2b 3 2 0 2 1 0 Beck, 3b 12 10 4 0 Carroll, p 2 2 0 0 1 0 Totals 30 14 11 21 11 3 Van Wert AB. R. H. O. A. E. Conklin, 3b 3 0 0 2 2 2 Stewart, ss. . . .3 0 0 0 2 1 Campbell, cf. ..2 0 0 1 0 0 Gray, rf & p...3 1 2 2 1 1 Durham, If.. ..3 0 1 1 0 0 Hardim c 3 0 0 2 0 0 Carraony, lb. .2 0 0 7 2 2 Moore, p 1 0 0 0 0 1 Hunt, rf 1 0 0 1 0 0 Totals 21 1 3 16 7 7 Muncie 020S31 x 14 Van Wert 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 Earned runs Muncie 9; Van Wert 1. Bases on balls Off Carroll 2; oft Moore 1. Struck out By Moore 1; by Carroll 2. Left on bases Muncle 5; Van Wert 2. Wild pitch Carroll. First base on errors Muncie 8; Van Wert 1. Two base hits Wills and J. Bambaugh. Home run Gray. Stolen bases Wolfe and J. Bambaugh. Sac rifice hits Wills 2, Wolfe, Burns. Beck. Hall. Campbell, Hardin. Atten dance 200. Time 1:55. Umpire Moore. It Is a pity to see a person neglect Indications of kidney or bladder trouble that may result in Bright's disease when Foley's Kidney Remedy will correct irregularities and strength en these organs. Take Foley's Kidney Remedy at the first sign of danger. A. G. Luken & Co. MAY REPRESENT AMERICA IN OLYMPIAN'GAMES. WJf J . v; ..." I W,",; 4 Melvin Sheppard, America's great est middle distance runner, whose pic ture is hert sholn, is to try for the American Olympic tryouts at Phila delphia, J tine fi. There is little doubt of Sheppard making a team if he is in anything like condition. WHO WILL WIN? NATIONAL LEAGUE. Won Lost Pet. Chicago 17 8 .fiSO Pittsburg 13 11 .512 Philadelphia 14 12 .538 Cincinnati 14 13 .519 New York 14 13 .510 Boston 15 15 .500 Brooklyn 11 IS .379 St. Louis 11 19 .3G7 AMERICAN LEAGUE. Won Lost Pet. New York 17 10 .:0 Philadelphia IS i;: r.si Cleveland 16 12 .571 Chicago H 13 .519 St. Louis 15 15 .500 Detroit 13 1 I .11 Washington 11 17 .393 Boston 10 20 .333 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Won Lost Pet. Indianapolis 2t 11 .fi5fi Toledo 17 11 .HOT Columbus 19 13 .59 1 Milwaukee is it .5t;3 Louisville 19 15 .559 Kansas City 13 19 .40fi Minneapolis 12 20 .375 St. Paul 8 24 .250 RESULTS YESTERDAY. National League. Cincinnati. 5: Philadelphia. 2. Chicago, 7; Boston, 1. Brooklyn, 5; Pittsburg, 3. St. Louis-New York, rain. American Association. Detroit, 4; Washington, 1. Cleveland. 1; Philadelphia, 0. Boston, 2; St. Louis. 1. New York-Chicago, rain. American League. Minneapolis. 4; Milwaukee, Columbus, 3; Louisville, 2. Indianapolis, 2; Toledo, 1. St. Paul, 6; Kansas City 3. HUMAN FILTERS The function of the kidneys Is to strain out the impurities of the blood which is constantly passing through them. Foley's Kidney Remedy makes the kidneys healthy so they will strain out all waste matter from the blood. Take Foley's Kidney Remedy at once and it will make you well. A. G. Luk en & Co. EARLHAM AND DEPAUW CLASH THIS AFTERNOON Pennant Hinges on Result of Contest. Earlham will play the first game with De Fauw university at Green castle today, and a hot contest is look ed forward to. De Pauw has been playing a good, steady came all of this season, but the Quakers hone to make the Methodists take the small end of the score. Of the four games which Earlham has played this year, the Quakers have taken off the honors ! in two of them, and by winning the game with Depauw today, Earlham will have a good chance at the pennant for this season. In case De Pauw wins the uakers will not only lost their chance for the pennant, but PePauw will have everything her own- wry the rest of the season. Coach Vail has had the men cut to hard practice every evening, and if White is accorded any ; support whatever in the way of good batting or stealing bases the game is already won for Earlham. Affairs of the (By Tort.) Wherever the Quakers go they seem to have the luck of running afoul the worst umpire that the league has on its payroll. Richmond players state that Arundal was so rank in his work yesterday, that Moon-, in comparison, was a second Jack Sheridan. After a long layoff the Richmond high school baseball team went to New Cast If this morning for a game this afternoon with the New CaMlo high school team. The g;ime between the Beailviews and the Nationals at Athletic park to morrow afternoon should attract a l good sizoa crowd. jjotn teams pm up a fast article of ball. There was a sad looking Lunch of fans about the score boards last night. They were confident that Richmond would win from Huntington because of the splendid showing-made by Rich-' mond against Muncie. You never can tell in baseball. Brown will work aeaintt Hunting- iton this afternoon and if the big fel low is feeling right the Miamis have a good heating in score for them. Flem ing is billed to pitch the Sunday game at. Huntington. Rube Waddell has" jumped the St. Loiib; Browns for the Philadelphia Union League club. This is an outlaw organization. The same day the ec WEALTH IS USELESS i Father's Money Will Not Se cure the Release of Shurley Grimes. NOW CONFINED IN JAIL. Although his father has sent money to pay his hotel bill, the amount of his fine and the expenses of his return tO his home at Portsmouth, Ohio, Shur- j ley Grimes will have to serve his son-j tence in the county jail upon convic tion of the charge of beating a board! bill. It. has developed since the arrest j of the voting man that his father is j wealthy and the son could have ob tained money upon request. Judge Converse bus refused to release Grimes from jail. The jail sentence was imposed in addition to a fine. In speaking of the case this morn ing, Judge Converse said the fine and I sentence were imposed as punishment There was a deliberate attempt made by Grimes to leave the hotel at 2 o'clock in the morning. The police are authority for the statement. Grimes was given $50 by his father before he left Portsmouth for this city and the money was squandered. Grimes came here as a cvnival pro moter. When released from jail he will be given the money sent for his return home. ANOTHER CHANGE OF VENUE FOR CASE Maxwell Briscoe Case Sent to Randolph County. Another change of venue has been asked for and granted in the case of Gibbins vs. the Maxwell, Briscoe Company of Now Castle. The case was filed originally in the Henry cir cuit court and was sent to the Wayne circuit court upon application of the plaintiff for a change of venue. The defendant, filed a motion for a change thi morning and the case was sent to the Randolph circuit court by Judge Fox. BANKRUPTCY REFEREE PRESIDES IN COURT Rost & Marshall Case Occu pies Attention. Clay C. Hunt, referee in bankruptcy, presided on the bench as a repre sentative of the federal court today. The case involving the settlement, of the Rost & Marshall bankruptcy pro ceedings was heard. This case has required frequent continuances. The rabbit's ranee of vision taKes in the entire horizon. HEN HATCHED SNAKES: HER NECK IS WRUNG. Elwood. lnd. May 23. Peter Wise, living near Omega, had the surprise of his life when he pulled a sitting hen off the nest that she had made in the edge of a straw stack. He had noticed the fowl sit ting there for some time and began to suspect that she was sitting on a doorknob or a nest of spoiled eegs. When he lifted her up. in stead of a brood of chickens or a batch of spoiled esgs. there was a bunch of snakts, little sleek black fellows, each about seven inches long and wriggling furiously. Mr. Wise promptly dispatched the snakes, eleven in number, and the hen was disposed of by having her neck wrung and buried. Mr. Wise said that he had no use for a fool hen tiiat could not tell the differ ence between a snake's ess and her own product. Sporting World centric one did the kangaroo act. he siivpd two children from a burning tenement. Hurst participated in another dou ble play yesterday. The red top gets mixed up in as many of these stunts as some Infielders in th's league. The attempt of the allege, ' purity" element in Muncie to stop Sunday base ball, will, in all probability, meet with no success. Its a safe bet that the MuncK-Yan Wert game will be pulled off tomorrow. Cincinnati won another game yester day and sti'.l President Hermann wants to break up this winning com bination by trading I-obert for a cou ple of St. Louis pitchers. Tib-re will m- lots of fun at the pub lic school grounds i his afternoon. The Garfield kids will pull off their annu al field and track meet. The joung sters have been preparing for this event the s-atu" as the college boys d . Jim Pierce got into the- had graces of I'mps Moore in Thursdays game. Wolfe accidentally hit Moore a fierce jolt in the head while attempting to throw to seond. "Don't knock uio many shingles off Ins cupalo or his think works will become exposed," yelled .Jim. Muncie came back to life yesterday and simply jolted the life out of the Ya n Wert siabmou. EFFOHTS TO MAKE ft HOME UNAVAILING Husband Deserts and Mrs. Owens Is Given Divorce. Mary O. Owens stated in circuit court this morning her husband, Wal ter Owens, deserted her about three years ago and never since has made any provision for her. She applied for a divorce and the court saw fit to grant, it. Mrs. Owens said she did everything within her ability to make her husband contented with his home life, but could not please him. She said she does not know his present whereabouts. SERIOUS RESULTS FEARED You may well fear serious results from a cough or cold, as pneumonia and consumption start, with a cold. Foley's Honey and Tar cures the most obstinate coughs or colds and pre vents serious results. Refuse substi tutes. A. G. Luken & Co. DEATH WAS F NATURAL CAUSES Coroner Says Scherer Died of Paralysis of the Heart. By the finding of Dr. J. M. Wampler, acting county coroner, August Scherer is declared to have met oeath as the result, of natural causes. The coro ner's verdict has been placed on file in the office of the county clerk. It was reported after the death of Mr. Scherer that he had committed sui cide. The coroner places the. causes of death to paralysis of the heart. The testimony of Mrs. Helen Scherer, widow of the deceased, is embodied in the report of the inquest. Mrs. Scherer said her husband had seemed ! depressed and melancholy for some ! time. She said she found no bottle of any kind of .poison any place about ! the room in which Mr. Scherer was ' found dead, nor any place about the house. QUEER SITUATION E CASE Complaint Not Signed Proper ly State Shows. The case of William H. Wilson, vs. Emma Wilson was celled for trial in the Wayne circuit court this morning but not heard. The plaintiff is seek ing divorce. The prosecuting attor ney as representative of the state and the defendant moved to suppress the publication and the court sustained the motion. Medsker and Medsker of Cambridge City are attorneys for the plaintiff. The complaint was drawn by one member of the firm and the other signed the affidavit as to the ; non residence of the defendant. To i sign such an affidavit a disinterested 1 person is required by law. The prose : cutor held that as a member of the i legal firm representing the plaintiff ' Bert Medsker, who signed the affida ! vit. is an interested nerson. CAMPBELL TO SPEAK. Rev. J. '0. Campbell will give the commencement address for the grad uatinc class of the New Lisbon high school tonight. The class this year is one of the larcest that has ever graduated from this school. There will be a number of Richmond people "in attendance. Tli e Twll'fht Or Life. ! The muscles of the stomach ia old are are not : 8 strong or active as in youth and in conse I quenco oid people are very subject to constipa- tion and indigestion. Many seldom bave a bowel movement withoot artificial aid. Many, j s'?o. fcav-3 unpleasant eructations of eas from , tne stomach after eanr.jr. All this'can be avotd . ed by the use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. w.iich permanently res-n';s the bowels so that : passages come nataraCy. and so strengthens j the stomach that focd is digested without dis- comfort. DrufciiU sell ii at 50 cents or SI I iarga bo&av TRADE IS SHOWING BIG IMPROVEMENT All Departments Present an Increase at Present Time, Says Dun. ORDERS ARE NUMEROUS. RETAIL TRADE HAS SHOWN DI MINISH M ENT IN SOME LOCALI TIES OWING TO WEATHER, BUT IS GENERALLY SATISFACTORY. New York. May 23. R. G. Dun & Co's weekly review of trade today says: Encouraging reports predominate, and for the first time in six months the indications of improvement are veil distributed throughout all depart ments. Gains are small in many cas es and variable weather has retarded retail trade at some points, while com parisons with last year still show i decreases, but as compared with pre- j ceding months, satisfaction is found : in all the lines. Orders are increased, j Ixi wer prices for pig iron brought out j a large tonnage of new business, and : furnace operators did not find it nee- j essary to make further concessions, al- j tnough several prominent consumers i are waiting for still better terms. Buy ing was most liberal in foundry iron and several contracts covered deliver ies far into the future. As accumu lated stocks are reduced, there iz a dis position to enlarge output, making it probable that the active capacity on June 1, will show a substantial in crease over the low point touched on May 1. CAPTURED BY A TIGER. The Fearful Experience of an English Sportsman. It is not often that a person who has been in the claws of a tiger can tell later how the experience seemed to him. John Bradley, an English sports man, had the good luck to escape with his life from such a predicament and in his "Narrative of Travel and Sport" tells what the sensation was like. He was hunting tigers la the eustern part of Burma when he met with the ad venture. Two other Englishmen were with him at the time: We marched along carelessly, with out observing order or caution, and were not prepared to take advantage of Akbar'a warning when he excla'm ed, "Beware, sahib:" and a full grown tiger weut past us at a gallop. A straggling volley was fired after It, and, althougti evidently not struck, the beast stopped and, rearing up on its hind legs, clawed the bark of a tree just as a cat scratches the leg of a chair or a table. Mr. Grant and I fired simultaneously, but without effect, and before a Min,ln,f r,t .on,ra'a tntonHAn sA time to flash through my mind I was down under its paws. Seizing me by the left thigh, the tiger shook me as a dog shakes a rat and then, growling horribly, dragged me at a tremendous rate through the thick undergrowth of the forest. 1 heard the frightened shouts of my compan ions and the report of several shots, and then a dizziness came over me, but I did not lose consciousness. As 1 was jolted through the forest 1 several times caught hold of the trees, but the tiger, growling fiercely, shook me free in an instant. All this time, although quite calm and collected, 1 felt a strong desire to preserve my ex istence and never for a moment ex perienced thnt apathy with regard to the danger that some persons have de scribed under similar circumstances. How long I was In the Jaws of this brute 1 cannot tell. It seemed to me an age before the creature stopped. My companions afterward declared that I had been dragged at least half a mile from the spot where I was first seized. They followed as fast as they could run and, although 1 was un aware of It at the time, never lost sight of the beast. To this circum stance I undoubtedly owe my life, for had there been any delay in rendering me assistance it must have been fatal to me. The moment the tiger halted It re leased my thigh and seemed to be at- tracted bv the anoroach of my com- panions. although as yet I did not see them myself. Taking advantage of this release, I tried to escape to the , frequently and was looked upon as one shelter of some tall bushes near at ; f the city's most accomplished musl hand. ' cians. She stood high in the social In an instant and with a terrible roar rank The plaintiff did not ask the the creature pounced upon me, seizing : CUbtody of ORe child, a daughter, Mar- me this time oy ine suouiuer ana at the same time lacerating my chest with its claws. A shot was fired, and I heard the bullet whistle overhead. Fear of hit ting me had caused them to aim too high. A second and third shot were equally unsuccessful, and the tiger, na::im releasing me. began to lick up the blood which oozed through my jacket. I began to feel very faint and could not suppress a groan. Several times the tiger dabbed his paws, ap parently in play, about my face, but did not use its claws, fortunately for me. Presently the beast seemed to be seized with a sudden rage and began to spit like an angry cat at some one approaching, whose footsteps I could hear, but whom I could not see owing to my position, for I was lying Cat on my back. There was the sharp bang of a ri2e close to my bead, a beary -weight fell across me. and then I compre hended that my friend was pulling me from undT th r' " -v-r nf the tiger chased two bronze busts exhibited in this year's salon by Andrew O'Connor of Massachusetts. One is a portrait of Robert Newman, and the other the head of an exquisite Italian girl. Mr. O'Connor last year obtained the medal of the second class by the salon judges. 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Pilgrim, lots &-20, Fred Von Pein's sub. to Richmond. $700. Eden S. Martindale to Daniel W. Harris, pt. S. E. 26-1T-13. Clay Twp., $200. RANGERS STAMP OUT FOREST FIRE Not Until Twenty Square Miles Burned, However. Bellefourche, S. D., May 23. Gov- Prnment rangers have succeeded in extinguishing a forest fire on Long Forest reservation, north of here, which burned over an area of twenty ! square miles. The flames swept the j virgin forest clean over the wide area causing much loss. HARRY C. DOWNING E Shows That Wife Deserted Over Two Years Ago. The court ruled in favor of the plain tiff in the case of Harry C. Downing vs. Lulu J. Downing, in the Wayne circuit court jesterday afternoon, and the plaintiff was granted a divorce from the defendant. The only evi dence introduced was to the effect the defendant has deserted the plaintiff for more than two years and has since re fused to live with him. Mrs. Down- : iK la said to be at Chicago. The parties in this case are of un usual local prominence. The plaintiff is the well known undertaker and fu neral fliredor. The defendant, dur- ine her residence in this city, was a j leader in musical circles. She ap- peared in recital and concert work guente. "Why do they refer to a govern ment office as pie?" asked the plain citizen. "Because." answered Senator Bor ghum. "it's something that nearly ev- , erybody likes himself, although he ...... a v ' '-i mi ucaiijr e t cl j itwij else." Washington Star. f GRANTED DIORC "IT LEFT ME GASPING!" 3d EDITION ON PRESS OF ROBERT LEE DURHAM'S Great American Nooel THE GALL OF THE SOUTH (Sbc janssWinw. SISO) The Near York Times writes tbe paWuJim that th editor erf the Times : Saturday Book Review is 6eancImvi- review the book because k reflects uroo the HOrOR OF THE PRES7DEWT ;aod moro-particTilarTT, that it pats a gross indignity vpoo a YOUNG G I RL-wbota it prctiG3y nat&rs. 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Bradbury & Son J Rooms 1 and 3, Wcstcott Oik 4 Round Trip to Cincinnati Via C.C.&L. R.R. Sunday, May 24. BASE BALL Reds vs. Brooklyn. Train b-aves Richmond 5:15 am Train leaves So. Richmond 5:20 am Train leaves Boston 5:33 am Train leaves Kitchell 5.41 am Train lvs Cottage Grove 5:53 am Returning, train leaves Cincinnati at 9 p. m. C. A. BLAIR. P. & T. A. Home Tel. 2062. SOLDIERS' ORPHANS WILL GRADUATE Exercises to Be Held Begin ning June 21. Knlghtstown, lnd., May 23. The regular commencement of th Indiana Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphan' home ; W"1H be held the week beginning Juno -i- mere win te twenty-six graa- j uates. ' INSPECTS VAULTS. An inspection of all vaults in the city is now being made by Sanitary Inspector Young and he has given no tice that persons knowing the vaults on their premises to be In bad condi tion will do well to have them cleaned. 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