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XXS niCimOND PAIXAJJIUM AND Sro-TLEGBAM. TUESDAY, JULY 20, 19tf
PAGE TWO THE IRflllY Of FATE TROUBLE " EXPECTED IMPROVEMEHT 01) SOUTH A STREET EcIcd la 1CSU UJ Glidden Tourists Started Out While Walking in Chicago, Barney Oldfield Was Run , Down by. Auto. - IS KNOWN IN RICHMOND Today on Water Cov ered Roads. :; ' ssnwssnsssws , ' IS NOW ORDERED An Ineffectual Attempt Was Made Last Night by Re- Elegant New .-Bracelets A pleasing variety of the newest production! in Bracelet. The raloei we offer are unusual for such high-class Bracelets. , Your. attire. is. not complete without a beautiful gold bracelet. Picfdnson Diamoods Mounted " ' ' Watcb Bepairlna Baseball Results Chicago. July 20. Barney Oldfield, the veteran automobile driver, was run over and perhaps fatally hurt at Michigan avenue ana rnineenia street today by an automobile. He was taken to a hospital nearby, uio field, with friends, was crossing the svenue afoot when an automobile struck him. The name of the driver was not learned. Well Known Here. "Barney Oldfield has been a fre quent visitor to this city and is well known among the automobile and sporting fraternity. He passed through the city about four weeks ago when making an effort to lower the time of automobile travel between Indianapo lis and Columbus, Ohio. , His many local friends will be sorry to learn of his accident. ' "NATIOJNALJ.EAQUE. :(,::: iV:;:'C'i.,- , . """'Won.' Lost ." Pet. Pittsburg. . . . .. '.. ..57 21 .731 Chicago.. .. .. .. V. i.51 27 .654 New York.. .. .. .. ..46 30 .605 Cincinnati. . ....... .41 39 .513 Philadelphia . . ...... 33 44 .429 St. Louis .. .. .. .. ..32 44 .421 Brooklyn .-23 51 .354 Boston,.' .. .. .. .. ..23 55 .295 AMERICAN LEAGUE. Won Lost Pet. Detroit.. .. .. .. .. ..52 29 .642 Philadelphia . . . . . . . .47 33 .588 Boston.. .. .. .. .. -.49 35 .583 Cleveland. . .45 35 .563 New York. . .36 45 .444 Chicago.. .. .. .. .. ..36 45 .444 St. Louis .. .. .. ,.85 48 .422 Washington .. .. .. ..24 54 .308 : AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. . Won Lost Pet. Minneapolis '. ..60 43 .538 Milwaukee .. .. .. ..48 43 .627 Louisville., .. .. .. ..47 43 .522 St. Paul .. .. .. .. ..43 44 .494 Indianapolis .... ....'45 47 .489 Columbus . . .. .. .. ..45 47 .489 Kansas City .. .. .. ..41 45 .477 Toledo.. .. .,41 48 .461 STEAMER EXPLODED Little Craft Blows Up After It Had Been Rammed by A Tugboat. TAKE BLOCK AND TACKLES Mankato, Minn., July 20. With the prospect of traveling over roads im mersed under six and eight inches of water the Glidden tourists set lorcn today upon a 138.6 mile journey to Fort Dodge, Iowa; to be made in six hours and fifty-seven minutes. The Pierce Arrow, Premier and Mar mon cars started out equipped with block and tackle to lift them rrom probable sloughs which will be en countered. The following cars start ed the days run with perfect scores: Touring cars, two premiers, ho Mannon, two Pierce. Maxwell, Jewel, Glide Thomas and White. Roadsters, three Molines, two Pier ces, Chalmers-Detroit and Lexington. TELLS A NEW STORY RESULTS' YESTERDAY. National League. Cincinnati 5; Boston 0. , ' Pittsburg 5; Philadelphia 4. Chicago 2; Brooklyn 0. St. Louis 4 Or New York 33. (First game 16 Innings.) American League. Cleveland 1.6 2; Boston 18. New York 5; Detroit 3. Chicago 12; Washington 2. Philadelphia 4; St. Louis 3. American Association. ' St. Paul 3; Indianapolis 2. Boston Mass., July 20. Cincinnati scored a shutout over Boston," 5 to 0. Gasper allowed but three scattered hits. Brown was wild. Mattern pitch- Art a good eame. Score: . R. H. E. Cincinnati 0 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 05 7 0 TtaKtnn ...0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 Gasper and McLean; Brown, Mat tern and Graham. Runs Hoblitzel, Mowrey, Downey 2. Gasper. Two-base hits Sweeney, Paskert, Downey. . Hits Off Brown, nnn in 12-3 innings: off Mattern, 7 in 7 1-3 innings. Sacrifice hit Gas per. Double plays Downey to Hob- IT SANK VERY RAPIDLY vnrk. Julv 20. The little steam er, Martha Stevens, of Philadelphia, was rammed by the tug Confidence, in Greenville channel between Bobbin's Reef lieht and the statue of Liberty at noon today. The boilers of the Martha Stevens exploded and she miirklv sank. ' One man was killed and nine persons, including a woman and her daughter, were rescued irom me watAr. The accident occurred direct ly in line of the SCaten Island ferry boats and other craft. ' A. misunder standing of signals was responsible. EXPECT AGREEMENT monstrators to Have Coun cil Reopen Matter. BODY NOT PERMITTED TO ACT IN SUCH MANNER Dim IBiovfll Yoyir Footwear Case Was Not Finally Dis posed of Until There Had! Been Considerable Pow wow Had Remonstrance. ! "7 - The improvement&f South A street from Second to Twenty-flret streets is to be made under order of council. An Ineffectual attempt was made last eve- i JMmB eM TnHou Wo Uing to have council reopen the mat- Uieui. HUania warn . v-, ordiunce. It failed because such action is not permitted under the operation of the rules of council. A remonstrance against the improvement signed by 32 property owners was re ceived by council. The contract for the imDrovement is to be awarded Fri day. It will mean cement sidewalks, curbs and gutters the entire 'distance. Under the rules of council in order i for an ordinance to be recalled and re-j Never Intended to Give Suicide Impression. TELLS HOW SUTTON DIED Annanolls. Md.. July 20. Lieutenant Robert EL Adams declared on the wit A . W kS - ft W J I w mh w V - neu stand todav at the court of in-nnened for discussion, a" member of quiry into the death of Lieutenant council who has votca with the ma Sutton that he had never intended to wity on the ordinance, must present give the impression that Sutton de- a written notice at the same meeting liberately tried to commit suicide. tie that he intends to call the matter up niA v cow Shlttnn draw rtllt his arm I at Vi nt mastlnir This was Tint OaiU " wuvia.m BH, VUG llV.k AU.W.. " ' and put his pistol back. Then there j0ne in regard to the A street improve waa a flash and he thought Sutton had ment, and so it was beyond the power shot himself. The cross examination 0f council to intercept except by re- ot Adams was pracucsuijr wuuuutu i pealing me orainance. Mrs. HUIXOn, muiuei ui iuo uwu , Butler. Pa.. July 20. A conciliatory spirit is in evidence on both sides to day and it is possible the dispute be tween the Standard Steel car company and striking employes may be enaea this afternoon. About , fifty . Ameri cans entered the plant today, but no foreigners. An Implosion. Every one knows what an explosion is, but its opposite, an Implosion. Is less familiar. At greater depth in the sea the conditions are favorable for its production. At 2,500 fathoms the pres sure is. roughly speaking, two and a half tons to the square Inch that Is to say, several times greater than that ex. erted by the steam on the platen of a powerful enelne. litzel. Left on bases Boston 3: Cin cinnatl 5." Bases on balls Off Brown, 6; off Gasper 1. First base on errors Cincinnati 2. Struck out By Gaa- ptf 4; by Mattern 2. Wild pitch Brown. Time 1 : 40. Umpire O'Day. and her daughter. EDICT BY SHERIFF Informs the Pressed Steel Car Company Not to Import Strike Breakers. What Law Provides. It Is provided by law that the re- monstrators must be resident property owners. Among the remonstrators was Dr. Ewing and he addressed coun cil upon the subject. Dr. Ewing lives in the north half of a double house on the northwest corner of Twelfth and A streets. He does not reside on the A street side, so had. been held a non resident property owner, although the board of works had counted him as v resident owner. Dr. Ewing based his Halm as a. resident owner on the! amusinar assertion made before coun- I cit inai ae auu tae wcutnwi i COMPANY TO OBEY UKUtn south half of the house use the same garoage can. some oi iu vvuuuuucu j J I t tmm nnrth in the bloSk would expect tc . qualify as has notified the Pressen Steel Car com- " S.1" pany not to bring in any strike breaK- - ers. He iniormea me company ui if it tries to reopen the plant with new Spoke Against it. XUV1A OUU luo aw - I I UC UlaliCI wao UUt uaoavou v or loss of life or damage to property, after considerable discussion. Several ne win noia ine cobiiiuj jcopuuoiuic. OI ttl0 remonsiraiors -were prescut The company assured the Sheriff that Bpoke against the, action ' council had no strike breakers would be brought taken. They declared it had not been in for the present at ieasi. iao y"""- altogether fair m every paruouiar. , This is of especial importance at this time of the year as you have more trou ble with your feet during the hot summer months than you have the balance of the year. Our stock of Summer Footwear is very complete. We have taken special . pains to buy just what you want and need for midsummer wear. We carry the different widths. We have retained our large force of salesmen throughout the summer and are therefore in position to give you the most careful attention. Don't buy a misfit just because you think you are saving a few cents. Take plenty of time and insist on a perfect fit. COMFORT is the first consideration. We always have, however, and have now SPECIAL LOTS of BROKEN SIZES that you can buy at a BIG BARGAIN if you are not too hard to fit. But remember that a MISFIT BARGAIN SHOE is the MOST EXPENSIVE article you can buy. You may have had that. experience. If you are looking for GOOD SHOES, WELL FITTED and COMFORTA BLE, call and see us. t Nelflf & "Nu'sbaum E.D. NEFF LEROY HODGE HOWARD HUNT O. P. NUtBAUM WILL H. KLUTE C BECK R. W. PHILLIP WALDO LACY WALTER MOORE v ;.;::rrr;;,;j:,;.;i Tcrrc Czr!2. Ir" 3 C IS MISSING AGAIN Modern Enoch Arden Returns To His Wife, Then Disappears. FINDS HIS WIFE MARRIED HAS CQHSULTATIOII WITH THE LEADERS is still idle. 'Anxious Mother 1 cannot permit tou to have such late callers. It was after 11 o'clock -when Mr. Huggins left last night. Prettv Oauhter Why. mamma. I don't see how you can class Mr. Hug- gins as a late caller. It was only 7:30 when he' came Chicago News. Otni my adlveiritBomeBd'i Bin ItffoG IpafpoFO aF Bocit eveimBinig, zvBseire GtryevGBvBinifsdluiD'BDVsQaBe, 99 ofiaouiBdl read! 6Gtisi?G wBBBcBoce pir&mpft- By alt (3 p. m. eveiry day." The remonstrance, which was present ed, claimed the signers had had no notice or knowledge that council's ac tion was contemplated and that had they received such a notice, they would have appeared and remonstrated giv ing good and valid reasons, it was charred the ordinance waa passed with such speed and celerity as to deprive the petitioner of the opportunity to remonstrate. The communication stated It was. the belief of the signers it is a privilege that should be extended to all citizens to be afforded full and fair opportunity to be heard upon a matter before tne burdens and expense of an improve ment are imposed upon them ana their property. It was asked that if it were deemed advisable to introduce another ordinance for making the Im provement, the remonstrators might receive notice of Its pendency ana db given the opportunity to appear ana De heard. '' Amone the signers were: Eli Rob erts. George E. Kemper, George Fer- ling, John F. McCarthy, T. J. Fergu- nn H. Shofer. W. F. Osborn. T. Tavlor. Lent Ei Ewing and Narcissa L. rjenkinson. Wilkesbarre, Pa., July 20. Rev. John Taggart, missing for 21 years, who, returned to his wife in Hemlock township near here, a week or two ago has again disappeared. Mrs. Taggart hart Ynarried again, but her husband was In jail on some petty charge when Taggart returned and the pair took up the thread of their marital ue whre it had been broken 21 years ago. Mrs. Taggart has. faith in her first husband and thinks he will re turn. Inquiries about a Pittsburg man named Taggart have been re ceived by the police. He is alleged to have married a woman of that city, got $500 of her money and disap peared. ATTACK Oil ASOOITH When English Premier Ap peared Today Bombarded By Suffragettes. President Today Had Long Tariff Talk; I Washington, July 20. The Presi dent consulted with Vice-president Sherman, Senators Crane, Root, War ren and Curtis, and several represen tatives from the house today con cerning the tariff bill. Senator Cur tis on leaving the white house said conferees would be through with the bill this week. Congress will proba bly adjourn next week. M. E X HeHeves soar stomach, Co. (Tim Tabl Eases OoL XT. Trains la IHchmaad tar anolls and tali isawie :M a. m-. T:SL :. 11:00. 12:08. 1:09. S:tV S:CX 1.1$. :00, T:M. : :0. U:1H Uoltad trains. Last ear to Indianapolis, :4t Last oar to Nov Oaotlo. Trains ooaaect at mdlaaapoUs Lafsvotto. TrankforL Tsrro Boato. CUatoo. Boiavsa. at U:C3b i P- as. Cor pslpitaionof the heart. DigesU what you eai Twlav in commencing treatment for lieht irregularity that could have been cured quickly by Foley's Kidney Remedy may result in a serious aia- ney disease. Foley's Kidney Remedy builds up the worn out. tissues and strengthens these organs. A. G. Lu- ken A Co. BOUND TRrP TO Via C C & LR.lt Saturday MqJiI July 24th Train leaves Richmond 12 o'clock midnight. Returning leaves Chicago 10 p. m. Sunday night, arriving Richmond 5:20 Monday morning. For particulars call C. A. BLAIR, P. it T. A, Home TeL 202. Richmond WAS MUCH EMBARRASSED London, July 20. When Premier Asquith appeared to assist in the un veiling of a statue at the embankment gardens today he was bombarded by the suffragettes with their mega phones yelling, "Why don't you do justice to living women instead of dead men," 4'Shame on you for putting women in prison cells" and "Women demand votes." Small balloons, also vera ant xm in the air with the suf- fragette motto thereon. The premier was much embarrassed tnrougnout tne ceremonies. . fiS.- Round Trip to Atlantic City, N. J. Via TEie CC&L and the Baltimore & (fcio R. R. Thursday, Acq. 12 Tram leaves wenmona osv a and 420 p. m. Ston over on return trip at Phils delphla, Baltimore. Washington, Deer Park, Harpers Ferry, &c Final limit for return to leave des tination August 26. For particulars call C. A. BLAIR, Pass, and Ticket Agent, Richmond. Home Telephone 2063 SHERIFFS SALE OP REAL , ESTATE. ,.. By virtue of a certified copy of s decree to me directed from the clerk of the Wayne circuit court, of Wayne county, Indians. I will offer st pubiio sale, to the highest bidder, at the court house door. In the city of Rich mond. Wayne county, Indiana, on Sat urday the 7th day of August, 109. between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m. snd 4 o'clock p. m. on said day, the following described Real Estate, to wit: Beginning twenty one (21) rods. laven and one half (11) feet South of the northwest corner of the south west Quarter of Section twenty seven (27) Township eighteen (IS) north. Range .twelve (12) east; running thence esst eleven (11) rods, thence south five (6) rods seven snd one half (7) feet; thence west eleven ill rods, thence north five (S) rods seven and one half (7) feet to the place of beginning, containing three eights (ft) of an sere, together with the house, bsra snd out buildings sad ap purtenances thereto belonging. To be sold ss the property of Emma A. snd Morton L tianer. 10 ssusry said decree In my nenns in iavor ot Rebecca J. Wesson, et sL Sold sale to .be held without relief from valua tion or appralsment laws. LINU8 P. MEREDITH. Sheriff of Wayne County. dly 13-20-27 peyx Eoainni(2ll2cil Wsu?e. Items For 1(D)(D Includlsno PuddingPano Mandslecl Sauce Pano 604 Ci 600 Main - - - ;;. - Phone SEffliT '"' '-?' "