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A CHILD'S IDEAS ARE OFTEN VERY ASTONISHING. By Goldberg. T I- I V'rK 0 ML hOO I tvic- rcuRra of NOW, THINK ttPxRt- TAKS" XbuR timC - o IM GOIMG TO ask Xcu of THe rosr irfcTTVOx evJexrr 110 OOR UJAS MAk OM THAT A Vf(TY IMPORTANT CoukjtRys history s V AMCRICAM BOY SHOULb 7 W f 'r- V 4 I t bPfVJfc SOrie SOMEBODY z TIE A BUNCH pW OF FIRECRACKERS TO YOUR "silfeL V COAT? Itl V Iomt owe-. OP- Tfe GCM wpeKt on 1 P- 111 , . ' 1 TM Fourth Bl-OObSHeO AMb SLAVJ3HX J vCfrte ALONG AAJb KAM VNHO 'uLb rrvx aO rr S Trie VMAJIUERSARY 0? TV-ve 4 i CHICE FILES ii PROTEST 01 IPS Claims Game Won by Phila- delphia Was Given the Leacl- ers Vhen Barton Was Sent Back to the Plate. NEW YORK July 2. Frank Chance protested Tuesday s game which Philadelphia won froir New York 2 to 1, the New York manager burins his protest on Umpire Dlneen's ruling :r the fourth lnninp when he pent Borton back to the hat after Tie had made a scratch single and Uarry had hit Umpire Dineen on the head In relaying the ball to llrst bae after Collins stop. Hartzell crossed the plate and Borton reached second when the ball bounded away but both men were sent back, llartzell to sec ond base and Borton to the plate. Catches by Murphy nnd Oldring and Cree's batting were the features. Philadelphia ..Ol'O 002 0002 5 1 New York ono 100 0 0 0 1 5 1 Bush, Ilouck, chang and Lapp; Fisher, McConnell antl Sweeney. Um pires Kgan and Dine-n. Ritchie and Sivers Keady for Battle For Lightweight Championship on Friday LYNCH 10 PROBE THE ALVA WILLIAMS HERO - AT THE BOSTON GAME FomKT CVntnil I-eneruor lilts Ir Tl roe With Throe on and Wash ington Wins Out. BOSTON. July 2. Williams' triple with the bases full made effective Washington's ninth inning rally Tues day and the Senators won 7 to 4. Manager Griffith railed 17 men into play for Washington. Entering the ninth, the score was I to 3 against Washington. Shanks beat out an infield hit and raced to feeond on Ueonard's wild throw to catch him napping oT first. MeBride was panned and Sehacfer bunted fafely, Allinc the bases. Williams came up. His triple followed sending In- three runs and a sacrifice fly by Milan scored Williams also. Washington . .000 ll'O 004 7 12 0 Boston 100 :?0 0 00 0 4 7 1 En.Tol, Mullin, Hughes, Schaefer, Henry and Williams; Bedient. Ion p.rd. Hall anil Carrigan. Umpires Connolly and McGreevey. LOCAL PLAYERS ARE SIGNED BY GOSHEN Cuban Giants to Play at That City Tills Afternoon Meet i:ikhart Snmlay. Fevernl local ball players have been signed to play with the Goshen Crays and will take part in their first game this afternoon when the Gravs meet the Cuban Giants. The men are Shv-k, Werntz, Kohler. Gruhor, Yargo. Moore. McDonnell and Yackey. On July 4 the team will meet the Peru team and on th following Sun day will play the Elkhart Blurs. A number of fans will take the 12 o'clock car Wednesday to see the Cu bans in action. J , f j -v;'vA iff i 'K.- s tJ y flit t:x .-iS:. .- : iif'-: -? W . s ... , , ... v - - - w - - I. lw.1,,lii.)iaiiyw(w'' '"ftyt ; yVTKfi ' c .--iteyw . , ' N - - 11 .11 linir- - rr- . .'?T v . , w . - tsi' V v ( : rrrrrzrTTT: -eyf r r.-j.vr v.i r , - i. 4 H . . : v .... . . . . .TT . r. .' - - - ..J. , n ,,n m -Kftr- - - x - - --ni.i . . f ft IP If MP. fit U'ODAM uiiiiumu ui m mum Pitcher Brennan May be Called on Green Carpet and Mc Graw Stands a Chance of Getting Same Treatment- FEDERALS HAVE THE I A. MEN WORRIED Meeting Will be Held in Chi cago Some Time This Week to Arrange Plans For Fight ing New Organization. TOXI'Y IS SOU). CHICAGO. July 1. Pitcher Fred Toney wa- sold to the Iui'iKe American as.-o--'.ation club by the Chicago Nationals. The terms were not Riven out. SPEND YOUR WEEK END VACATION AT FISH LAKE. Special Sunday Dinners, frcsa fron. our own farm. Good fishing, good boatinc No license required. THIS IS WHAT YOi; C.I7T Supper Saturday, good bod. Sun day breakfast, hi Sunday dinner, use : boat ail day. Ail for $1.50 STEININGER'S GRAND VIEW HOTEL, MARCELLUS, MICH. Send pntal card and auto will meet your train. That Federal league seems to be getting to be quite a large sized baby ana as a result the owners of the teams in the American association are some worried. These Feds are making such in roads in the double A territory that a meeting of the owners of the A. A. will be held in Chicago some time this week and a plan "Xf attack that is ex pected to put the Federal league out of the running will be arranged. Uttle concern was felt when the Federals opened their season but when they started signing A. A. players the "lutr minor league" owners began to open their eyes. When Bay Ashen felder was pulled away from Indi anapolis they began to strengthen their hold on the different athletes in their league, but this has been of no avail. According to a report. Fred Link, recently with Indianapolis, has fol lowed Ashenflder to the Hoosier Feds apd three other members of the team are said to be in the notion of jump ing. Added to this fact that the league has placed a team in Kansas City, the A. A. stronghold and the home of the most powerful magnate in the league. George Tebeau, and you will rind the cause of the open fight that is about to be started. You ean pick on about seven own ers of the A. A. and the president, too. for all of that, but when a rival league begins to tramp on G. Tebeau's feet there is going to be a lot of trouble. This is the situation of the A. A. at rrestnt. Wllliei lUtcliie'in new picture, slwwing cliamplon at tlio typxnvriter. pomMling out a press story SA NFRANCISCO. July 2. Willie Ritchie and Joe Rivers, who will clash here in the afternoon of July 4, have both completed their heavy training and will devote their time from now on to putting the finishing touchos on. Ritchie, Wednesday morning weighed 135 pounds, while Rivers was half a pound heavier. That the champion's boast that he would te li perfect shape for the battle was not idle talk, however, both being In tirst class shape when seen Wednesday morning. BLUES BEAT BREWERS IN THIRTEEN INNINGS Milwaukee Ties the Score In tlie Ninth nil Twelfth But Fall Down In Last Session. MILWAUKEE, Juiy 2. Kansas City won a hard fought contest from Milwaukee Tuesday six to-five in 13 innings. With the visitors three runs ahead, the home club tied the score In the ninth on a single by Lewis, a pass to Rlackburne and Jones' triple, fol lowed by Clarke's single. Kansas City went ahead again in the 12th but the home club tied the score agrain in their half. In the 13th Rarbeau's single, a hit batsman anil sacrifice hits by Fiene and Carr pro airs sum gives THE GUBS A VICTORY The Ball Goes For Three Bases and Two Runs Come Home. Pirates Are the Victims by a Three to Two Score. Pitcher Brennan of the Philadel phia Nationals will likely be called on to tell why he punched Manager McGraw of the New York Giants in the jaw. Pres. Lynch of the National league has been away from his office for a few days but is expected to start an investigation of the trouble in the Philadelphia park. Monday. . Brennan offered an excuse Monday and it looks like a good one. lie said that McGraw taunted him during the game and said a few things that he wouldn't stand for. He politely wait ed until the game was over and then swatted McGraw. The reports said the swat was some swat. McGraw claimed some one kicked him when he was down, but this was denied by Brennan. There is this much to Brennan's side of the story. Certain things are said on the coaching line, that should not be permitted. e fail to see '.vhere a coacher has a license to use language and say things that he would be called upon to answer for if used outside a ball park. There are a few managers In the big leagues and a few in the smaller ones whose language is anything but lit for the fans' ears. They make use of everything they can think of to get the goat of the opposing player. The pitcher is generally the target for the coachers. His past history il brought out and a few touches added to it. He is made to look like a boob, and a few other things. And all the time this pitcher must smile and say nothing. If he comes back as strong as the coacher the chances are his language will be heard by the utands a yU will go up. The umpire will be forced to fine him and possibly suspend him. Then too his mind will be off the game and the coacher will havo ac complished his purpose. Pres. Lynch would male a. hrt -with numerous fans if he would shift this trouble to the bottom. If he finds that McGraw used language that is not nt for people to hear, he should give Brennan a medal and soak Mc Graw tho limit. Fans these days want clean 3s ball. Profanity is not the ideal gos sip for a ball game. ICidding fa all right, but there should be a limit and the umpires should be instructed to see that no ball player is insulted while on the field. CHICAGO. July 2. Zimmerman's triple, following singles by Evers and Schulte, gave Chicago their second straight victory over Pittsburgh, Tues day's score being three to two. Wilson's home run drive to the right tield sin board following Miller's single saved the visitors a shut out The game was a pitchers' battle be tween Cheney and Robinson with hon ors in favor of the former. Honus Wagner, the hard hitting intielder ALL THE BREAKS ARE WITH THE WHITE SOX DETROIT, July 2. Chi? ago took the second of the serif -s from Detroit 3 to 2 Tuesday, t'aeugh outhlt by the home club uvj to one. Cicotte yield- LITTLE BLACKSMITH WILL REFEREE BIG FIGHT. W -J a 1 i v - , - . . - I'-" y v rZ 1 I 7 ..AX W NEW YORK GMNS 01 PHILADELPHIA - . V . . . -X , 1 "t 4.- '.V- EDDIE GI1ANEY. Eddie Graney, -"the little black blacksmith", who will referee the great Kitchie-Ilivers contest on July 4, has refereed more championship fights than any man in the wirld. Be ginning in 1SS9, when only 21 years old. he refereed almost all the big battles staged in San Francisco until six years ago, when he dropped out of the game. P H I T -A D T7L.P TTT J , July 2. New York h;ui a walk over in the same here Tuesday, winning ten to o and Increasing its lead in the National league race. Marquard was almost invincible, the home team getting only four hits and no passes off him and only one Philadelphian reac hing third base. Marquard xs also given fault less support by his team matt s. Manager Dooin sent In four pitchers, none of whom was effective. Alex ander lasted only three innings, Itixey was hammered for eight hits in two innings and part of another, Mayer was touched up for three hits in tho sixth and Marshall made up in wild ness for any effWHiveness when he got the ball over the plate. Herzog who played only a few innings, secured two doubles and a single in thre times at bat, while Murray made two two baggers and a single in Jive time at bat. Another large crowd turned out but there was no demonstration of anv kind following the striking of Manager McGraw by Pitcher Bren nan of Philadelphia after yesterday's game. New York ...012 024 00110 17 0 i Philadelphia .000 000 000 0 4 2 Among the big bouts he refereed are: Gans-Britt, Nelson-Britt, Fitz-simmons-O'Brien. Fitzsimmnns-Jef-fries. Corbefl-JefVries, Young Cnrbett Terry McGovern, Young Corbett-Britt. Young Corbett-Dave Sullivan. Jo Gans-WilHe Fitzgerald. Harry Forbes Frankie Neil. Monroe-Jeffries. and. Fitzsimmons-Oeo. Gardner. M ed on hits in six innings and re- of the visitors who has been ut i tired in favor of Scott after the Ti the game for some time, bat'.' Butler in the ninth inning grounded out. Pittsburgh . ..000 000 002 2 for and duced the winning run. Williams Chicago 3 00 000 00 3 i 9 play at second base featured the game. Milw'kee 100 000 003 001 0 5 15 1 K's. City 000 020 002 001 1 6 14 3 Young, Nicholson and Hughes; Rhoades. Morgan and Kritchell. Um pires O'Brien and Chill. SAINTS TAKE ONE FROM THE MILLERS MINNEAPOLIS. July 2. St. Paul won easily Tuesday defeating Minne apolis 11 to 5. The local pitchers were hit hard. Six doubles, a home run and eiu'ht singles made up the arrav of t. Paul's hits. St. Paul 240 OOi' 030 11 13 0 Minneapolis ..110 011 010 5 11 4 Karger and James: Mogridge. Olm stead and Owens. Umpires Murray and Connolly. Itobinson, Hendrlx and Coleman and Kelley; Cheney and Archer. Umpires Quigley and Emslie. FR0MH0LZ HOLDS THE REAPERS TO FOUR HITS Springfield Beaten Iur to Nothing When Tlioy Arc Credited Witli Vle Boots. SPRINGFIELD, O.. July 2. Evans ville won Tuesday's game by the score of 4 to 0, Fromholz allowing only two hits. Evansville ....400 000 000 4 S 0 Springnehi 000 000 000 0 2 5 Fromholz and Stratton; Dully and and Snyder. Umpire Ros3. gers found him for four of the seven in the sixth period. Scott kept the game well in hand in the three in nings he pitched. Willett on the mound for Detroit, pitched an excellent game, though he was unfortunate in the pinches. In the third inning Cicoitt; walked and took third on Bead's single. Rath forced Beall, Cicotte scoring. An errcr by Louden allowed Rath to go to second and after he had stolen third. lord's double sent him home. The deciding run came in the eighth when Lord doubled, took third, on Louden's error and tallied on Collins sacrifice fly. Detroit's two came in the sixth as th? result of singles oy Crawford and Cobb, an infield out and Pipp's timely safety. Cobb injured his knee sliding to second in the eighth inidng. High re placing him in center field. Chicago 002 000 010 3 5 0 Detroit 000 002 000 2 10 4 Cicotte. Scott and sYhalk; Willett McKee. Umpires- Evans and AdlerBeother Branch Notre, Dame Michigan and WaJiinjrton The Store With a Conscience. This Men's Store is too full of the garments needed by men seeking the open places to tell all abouUhem in a short story like this We can but suggest: COOL TWO-PIECE SUITS for business wear or lounging on hot afternoons or even ings; light Mohairs $15, $16.50. WHITE FLANNEL AND DUCK TROU SERS that hang free and yield to every move ment. Flannel, $5 and up. Duck S 1.50 upwards. COOL SILK SHIRTS for wear at home or on your vacation trip. Many have French cufts and detached collars. OPEN. THURSDAY EVENING CLOSED ALL DAY FOURTH. n Sheridan. m OJ L3J3 ' ? U VL LiULHJLaAJ u o o o