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Detroit Tiger Manager Link Stickney Is lo receipt of a let ter from Tutwiler written the night etter his first practice work with the Detroit Tigers. Tut writes interest ingly of his work and teammates and expresses the belief that he "will get CM alright." His first work must have been gratifying to both himself and manager and augurs well for his suc He modestly re lates that in his first work-out he drove one to the left field at "a mile a minute" and succeeded in pulling down a hot By with one hand, which brought fourth applause from the stands. Tut says he was suffering somewhat from stage fright but no one knew it except himself and he did •ess on the team. Pitcher Bagby Sold to ~ Montgomery, Southern League The Hattiesburg Baseball Associa tion received a message this morning from the Montgomery club of the Mont- ! Southern League confirming sale to Jio latter of pitcher Bagby. wants Bagby to report at ! (omery pee and he will be ordered to do so. J Se Is now at his home iu Augusta, Georgia, where he went immediately after the close of the Cotton States k League. E Bagby was considered by many of If the fans throughout the Cotton States y league as the most reliable and con sistent pitcher In the league and his local friends will be glad to learn of his promotion and hope he makes The good with the taster company, local association got a good price for Bagby with tbs privilege of buying him back naxt season. When Bagby Joins the Montgomery team lie will make the fourth member of the Wood peckers to go up. Tutwiler to Detroit, Gondolfl to Chattanooga and Smith to Montgomery, already having ported. re At least one other member « « ♦ HOW THEY STAND. « ♦ v »♦♦♦♦«♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦*♦♦ SOUTHERN LEAGUE. Won Lost Pet. 45 .602 60 .566 Mew Orleans Montgomery .66 ... 67 .564 66 Birmingham . Nashville. Chatanooga . Memphis . Mobile . Atlanta . .609 ; 57 . 69 .500 60 .462 64 68 66 436 76 .374 51 45 ! 1 Reeults Yeeterday Memphis 5: Atlanta 0 j Montgomery 3; Mobile 1. I . I Chattanoog I 8; Nashville 2. k' ' v New fecheduled. I ' I ! I not Orléans-Birmingham : ; Game» Today. Mobile *t Montgomery. Chattanooga at Nashville. Birmingham at New Orleans. j I 1 I NATIONAL LEAGUE. Won Lost Pet. 71 44 .621 67 43 .610 5 New York .... OMcago . Pittsburg ..... Philadelphia . .63 Jit. Louis Cincinnati Brooklyn Boston .590 48 .... 69 549 52 — • 5S1 .394 .248 54 61 61 53 69 45 86 29 ", Results Yesterday. Grew York 2: St. Louis 0. jfefcicago 8; Philadelphia 4. Httsburg 3: Boston (I. -«feicinuatl 2: Brooklyn 0. i • t Games Today. .It. Louis at New York. # Chicago at Philadelphia. Pittsburg at Boston. Cincinnati at Brooklyn. : i'. AMERICAN LEAGUE. Won lAjat Pc _ 77 41 654 . 73 48 .613 . 63 67 .524 . 62 59 .512 . 60 60 .500 59 5» .500 .... 60 70 .417 .... 35 86 .290 Philadelphia Detroit . Boston . New York . \ Chicago . ^Cleveland . Washington . St. Louis . Results Yesterday. Philadelphia 12; Detroit 3. Boston 4; Chicago 1. New York 4; 9t. Louie 2. No other scheduled. r Games Today J -.' not allow it to bother him when he Stepped to bat and he could hear the spectators asking "who is that one?" The Detroit News in publishing a photo of Tut has the following to say of him: "Tutwiler, the infielder whom | the Detroit club received from Hat tieeourg» Miss., joined the team yes te»*d*y and was out in uniform. He is in about as big as Paddy Bauman, practice he handles himself nicely? Tut s speed is sajd to be unusual and he Is touted as a batting wonder of the future." All of which is true and every fan in Hattiesburg will be glad to see Tut given a chance to demonstrate 1rs speed In real play and his prowess with the willow. of the team will either be sold out-1 right or drafted. The sale of these players will aid the association considerably in break ing even on the season, and make Hat liesburg a certain member of next season's league. It also reflects cred it on Manager Smith as a developer of youngsters into big leaguers, and with Cap'n to coach next season's team Hattiesburg will continue to furnish material for the majors. Seemed to Give Him a New Stomach. "I suffered intensely after eating and no medicine or treatment I tried seemed to do any good," writes H. M. Youngpeters, Editor of The Sun, Lake View, Ohio. "Thé first few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach sod Liver Tablets gave me surprising relief and the second bottle seemed to give me a new stomach and perfectly good health." For sale by all dealers. ' er ON Mt. Olive Crack Hattiesburg and Teams Play at Hamper Park. f ; Hattiesburg's crack amateur team will play a double header with Olive at Hamper Park on Labor Day. Monday, Sept. 4. These teams are evenly matched, Mt. Olive hav Mt. very ing won the one and only game play ed between these two teams this sea ! son. This game was played on Mt. ' I Olive's home grounds and was very close and exciting, resalting in a score ! of 2 to 0. I Both of Mt. Olive's scores were ; made on errors, and the game should However have gone extra innings. Hattiesburg hopes to take both games of the double header from them, there by winning the series. Hattiesburg s team will be stronger than when she j played in Mt. Olive and Mt. Olive will I bave two new men in her line-up. 1 Mt Olive claims the champion amateur team of the state, and she has an enviable record, having won lost three twenty-three games and , during the season. Admission for the I double header: Gentlemen 35c; ladies I 25c. This wil be the probable line-up of the Hattiesburg boys: A. Lassiter, c.; H. Trotter, lb.; J. W. Lassiter, 2nd.; B. Stevens, 3rd.: L. Lassiter, ss.; A. Powe, if.; Melton, cf.: Sanderson, rf.: D. Carter, sub., R. Bon stager, sub. will be announced in Hattiesburg's Hattiesburg's pitchers PARISIAN SAGE Family Hair Dressing, The Best Grower and Dandruff Cure on Earth. Dear Madam: you are responsible .or the condition of the hair of your entire family. You don't want your husband to grow bald; you don't want your chll with scant hair and You want lustrous hair member of dren to grow up scaly scalp, for yourself and every your family. Then always use Parisian Sage in your home. It la a delightful, refresh ing hair dressing that kills dandruff germs, banishes dandruff, stops fall hair and Itching scalp and puts vigor And luster i ing o the hair, or Xttle* HO ♦ ♦ •> •> •• * « ❖ WIFE REFUSES TO OBEY; HUSBAND CALMLY SHOT HER. ❖ j « : ❖ Alexandria, Lr., Aug. 29.—Mrs. « twenty-two ❖ Boatwright, « Mary ❖ years old, was shot and instantly ❖ I* hilled about midnight last night <• ❖ by her husband, C. W. Boat-« « wrlght, be"' Jfie would not get « | •> out of b* -*fprepare his sup- ❖ j* per. He a eel a red at the coroner's ❖ •> inquest that he went home late ♦> •> and awoke his wife and asked ♦> ❖ that she prepare the meal. He « « said that he prepared to go to « « bed when she answered that It « « was too late to ask for supper. « ! revolver from ❖ ❖ Later he took a his pillow and snapped ❖ I Pullet entérine « ❖ beneath « It at his wife, the bullet entering ❖ ❖ the corner of her left eye, cans- « He claimed « ❖ ing instant death. •> (bat he did not know ihat it was ♦> ♦ ♦> loaded. Boatwright has the reputation « He •> unconcerned ❖ De ♦> I* I « ate to his wife and family. 11"» ™».j », „«■•» « of being a quiet man, affection- « ❖ hors after the shooting. ❖ seemed to be dazed with some *> out-1 •> intoxicant and twentv-flve min- •» ❖ utes elapsed before he summoned ❖ ❖ the neighbors. Tn the meantime •> ❖ he had placed the body of his •> « wife on the bed. took the blank « « shell out of the revolver and put ❖ ^ ... « the weapon away. ♦ .;. .;. A .;. .;. .;. .;. .;. « « « « « Buy it now. Now is the time to buy a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea P.emedy. It is almost certain to be needed before the Bummer is over. This remedy has no superior. For sale by all dealers. STATE STANDS STILL (Continued from Page One.) withfii their confines without re gard for the amount that is held In other words. | by any one owner. taxes are assessed against the prop erty and collected regardless of wheth ' owned by one or one hundred in er dividuals. What more could or should k/y state reasonably expect than to tollest taxes at an equitable valuation gn ell taxable property boiuUUHe within its ■taeissippi, notwithstanding her great need of capital to develop her wonderful natural resources seems to make a public admission that proposition involving two million dol lars worth of her timbered lands own ed by individual, company or corpora- j proposition as j she feels competent to deal with. j Why does she start and fear to face | material develop a tion is as weighty ! the splendors of ment and shrink from capital's unfet tered investments in her vast undis- ' closed possibilities when the other states mentioned are in spirited ri valry in tempting unlimited, untram meled capital to come into their re spective boundaries to swell the tide of prosperity, enhance the values of property, develop idle, non-producing into fertile fields of fabulous acreage production, orchards and vineyards with their wealth producing products, and highways that comport with the cultivated conception of their rela tion to permanent prosperity? Since Mississippi, like the other states named, fixes the tax rate—like them has the right, the power and of ficers empowered to collect the tax tangible property, levy against all why should it be more difficult or less satisfactory to collect the taxes on million dollars six. eight or even ten worth of realty from one individual, company or corporation than from six, ten individuals, companies or corporations? eight or if the state derives from realty the : taxes that become due thereon.where in lies the wisdom of a statute that If It is argued that the ownership I million dollars ; limits the holdings of realty? of more than worth of realty hv one holder is for- j two bidden only in the single item of tim ( bered lands, from a fear either real I fancied that it might h» arg'dre« 1 ■ who would not sell or j or by investors develop it, the question arises, what? escape does the existing statute pro- j vide the state, from such a contin I investors i gency if six, eight or ten each purchase the full two million dol- j lars worth it allows, if each purchaser , should decide not to sell or develop the holding thus acquired? One fact cannot be altered or eradi cated and that is, neither the land nor timber can be anihiliated and both or either are perfectly solvent security for the payment of all taxes that may be levied against them; then, why should a concern that dwarfs the de velopment of the state be felt by her legislators whether taxes on timbered tola h« M h,. ~* per regardless of in whom the title is vested? Another question is here suggested. If at the time the statute under discus sion was written into a law of the A state, a purchaser had acquired two worth of timbered million dollars lands in the state and had held it un til now, would the then legal purchase now be an illegal possession by virtue of the demand for timbered land doubling the value of it during e holding period? ute in question, of such a law abiding j violator of such a law? Is he to te penalized because a certain amount j of prosperity came in spite of a de enhanced the What is the status, under the stat I ' i formed statute and ! value of a legalized investment? so, in what manner and for how long? 1 If I By confiscating until present value is I reduced to superb admissibility? Or, 1 until sold off to the proper proper-| lions? I If "confiscation is the due process of ;:i\v and equity to he resorted to. will receipts be covered into the treasury county in which the holding is located or the treasury of the state whose statute has been violated? Or, will assets from such sources S° into a special fund to he expended in advertising the wonderful possibili of I ties of the state and the attractions j s,le h ftS to °ff er to investors? : There will be a series of state per formances occupying the boards a! the Fiasco in Jackson during the ap proacliing theatrical season. status of such a law abiding violator of a Mississippi law may be oratorical ly discussed and theoretically determ vhen the ined. In the meantime, the states to which reference has been made, beckon to investors and point to ttie broad road of their (folly?) leading to their at tractions and many there be are travel ing thitherward, while Mississippi (wisdom?) shows a narrow path with here and there a traveler whom an illshapen statute bids "move on." C. U. Porter. Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury. mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange ! the whole system when entering it i through th ® mucou * ■ urtaco *- 8ucl > | ropu^e^ 1 cianB, as the damage they will do is ten fold to the good you can possibly derive from them. Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney I ! Hall's Catarrh & Co., Toledo, O., contains no mer cury. and is taken internally, acting j directly upon the blood and mucous j surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get j & Co. j j | pation. the genuine. It is taken Internally and i made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney Testimonials free. Sold by Druggists. Price, 76c per j bottle. Take Hall's Family Pills for consti ter suffering miserably for two days ' from bowel complaint, was cured by , dose of Chamberlain's Colic, ! A well known Des Moines woman al ' one Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, sale by all dealers. For HAD PAID FOR THEM. Please wrap up all my purchases," sa jd the grouchy customer, replied the "Why, I've done so," grocer. Beg pardon, but you haven't" re torted the grouchy customer. "What have I left undone up?" "That thumb of yours you weighed with the butter, also the one you weighed with the meat, up, I want them for dog meat."—Na tional Monthly. Wrap them WOULDN'T LIE TO KEEP HIS JOb. j An incident is related of the rise in j life of Frederick T. Gates, the confi | dential adviser, almoner and private : business manager of .lohn D. Rocke Gates' first employment was feller. (that of letter writer or secretary for a local banker at. Highland (Kan.). One I day the banker dictated a letter to ; him in which he sought to evade a cer j lain responsibility by making his com have been writ ( munication appear to I ten some days previous. ■ ed the boy to ante-date the letter, and j the latter respectfully requested that The banked hade He instruct he do it himself, j him to do as he was told, declaring I that he (the banker) was responsi, i ble for the letter and for its date as Gates refused, al j well. But young , though he felt that it would cost him his position. "T can't make my hand perform a lie just because you are re sponsible, sir," he said. "As well ask me to steal from a safe for the same To his surprise he was not Instead, on the first ot reason." discharged. the month following, his wages were doubled and the hanker ever after trusted him as he had never before trusted any one in a matter of busi Thus truthfulness was the foun* .. ' -' ness. ifi TO AILING A Little Sound Advice Will Help Many a Sufferer in Hattiesburg. j No woman can be healthy and weli Poisons that if the kidneys are sick, pass off in the secretions when the kidneys are well, are retained in the body when the kidneys are sick, nevs and bladder become inflamed and swollen and worse trouble. quickly follow. This is often the true j caHBe of | )ear j ng down pains, Iame Kid Uric poisoning I ness, backache, etc. also causes headaches, dizzy spells, ' i languor, nervousness and rheumatic 1 pain. I 1 When suffering so, try Doan's Kid thougands of 8UCh ' cases . ney Pills, a remedy that has cured You will I get better as the kidneys get better, and health will return when the kid neys are well. Let a Hattiesburg wo tell you about Doan's Kidney of is nia Pills. Mrs. D. Sykes, 1214 River Ave.. Hat tiesburg, Miss., says: "I have used three boxes of Doan's Kidney Pills which I procured at Hays & Field's I Drug Store, and I am glad to say that j they have been of sreat benefit to me. : | had much trouble from my kidneys ail( j doctors told me that I was in a a! ger j 0UR condition. Doan's Kidney Pills ap gave me relief from backache and also corrected the trouble with the I consider It a the kidney secretions, pleasure to give this account of my experience." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, cents, to New York, sole agents for the United States, at j take no other. I - Remember the name DOAN'S—and SENATOR MONEY IS 72 YEARS OLD ! special to The Newt. i Jackson, Miss., Aug. 29.—In all of | the excitement attendant upon the 1 by ^ leg ' SlatUre ^ ,at6r by the people of a man to represent the state in the United States senate, perhaps the "grandest old man of I them all," has fallen almost complete ! ly out of public sight. This is former Senator Hernando D. Money. j stepped aside four years ago an(t a p j )owed geantor wimams and Governor He Vardaman to scrap it out before the The result was people at that time, i a yym| ams yictorv by a close majori Now Senator Money is at his ty. home on the coast enjoying the qult j Qf his beautiful home life. There Saturday last he celebrated his 72nd birthday. He is enjoying the best of health with the exception of a neuralgic disturbance about his eyes. His thousands of warm friends and ' admirers all ovel . the state hope for , h(m many returns of tUe day birthday on event. AVIATION PROGRESS OF 2 YEARS. Paris. Aug. 29.—Exactly two years i ago today, at the first Rheims avia I tion meet, Hubert Latham attained j the remarkable height of 504 feet, and i all the world marvelled at the feat. Since that day, August 29, 1909, such progress has been made in the science of Hying that this month Captain Felix than twenty times as high rose more and the matter was dismissed by the with only a few lines. newspapers Beachy is reported to have soared 11,000 feet in the West recently, The over but the record is not official. made by the aviators in at in progress taining great height is told in the fol lowing records: Aug. 29, 1909—Latham. 504 feet. October 18. 1909—Count de Lam bert. 975 feet. Dec. 1, 1909—Latham. 1,472 feet. Jan. 7. 1910—Latham, 3,250 feet. July 7. 1910—Latham, 4,498 feet. Sept. 3, 1910— Moräne, 8,391 feet. Sept. 1, 1910—Chevez, 8,408 feet. Oct. 1. 1910—Wijumtdan. 9,035 feet. 1910—Lagagneux, a to cer and that hade 10,075 Dec. 9, feet. July 8, 1910—Loridan. 10.335 feet. Aug. 5, 1911 Felix, 10,887 feet. 9f "Just Say HOrfLâCK'S It Means Original and Ganulna MALTED MILK Th« Food-drink for All Agis. More healthful than Tea or Coffees Agree? with the weakest digestion. Delicious, invigorating and nutritious. Rich milk , malted grain, powder form. ^ aa ick juneb prepared m a minuta. " 1« You Wouldn't^ you ,sint'' P Kerosene lamps again H have found out how mut" en il and more convenient th pii light is Ü Then why do yo a use the ol ' out-of-date method of heating bath water with a slo 1 ir i still wood range ? Most ja'-td i Gas is the Cheapest the Market 's tory Fuel on is the heb heater water "Lion" The heater on the market. It Hells for $15.00, nectecl to your present ph>' n '• and in lO minutes. ;,dv I'm- use ami *v»«i *20 ualloaij« -e >1 hot water for 2 eents Can you heat that ï Let us tell you more almut it a Hattiesburg 1 faction uo. a SPECIAL NOTICE *» from Nathaniel Hawthorne - 1 am ove! ami Richard Mansfield's 50 The Scarlet Letter <« __ ous n dramatic version and made by the famous Imp Comp,u,, '■ Gem Theatre, Thursday. Matinee and Night. I P m:: Ai AS£ COMBINED iN m l U1N6 in, (Look for this Label.) flCUMte Dove flour SoVA tw th» South jot z\ -fiem than the Same Amount 1 u of Other Brands. Hence it is a Don't Accept Substitutes or Imitations Genuine White Dove bears the Whit; Dove i »bei and this name: Peter Haupt ti effj .if to New Athens Cft MÜW ATHENS, JLU Ana is Sold By W. E. LAIRD and N. B. BLOUNT. WHAT SAVED HER LIFE Mrs. Martin TeHs About a Painful Experience that Might Have Ended Seriously. Rivcsvtlle, IV. Va. —Mrs. Dora Martin, in a letter from Rivesville, writes: "For three years, I suffered with wo manly troubles, and had pains in my back and side, could not sleep at night. The doctor could not help me. He said I would have to be operated on be fore I could get better. I thought I would try using Cardui. Now, I am entirely well. I am sure Cardui saved my life. I will never be without Cardui In my home. I recommend it to my friends." For fifty years, Cardui has been re- | lieving pain and distress caused by wo- I manly trouble. It will surely help you. ] It goes to the spot—reaches the I trouble—relieves the symptoms, and | drives away the cause. If you suffer from any symptoms of ! womav.lv trouble, take Cardui. Your druggist soils and recommends ' Get a bottle from him today. Ladles' Advisory Dept.. Chat ta« . (,h; t it (H>ca. Tenu., tor Spenul , and 64-page book, "Hime 1 reatment »ent in plain wrapper. I was nervous and i It. TT.-i'fr N. B JnêiruMtt for Wumu UNDERTAKER A äs kt yfg b-> i,Ml #■ ' rVt 4» f . 1 ESTABLISHED 1872. H. & ß. Beer, NEW ORLEANS MEMBERS OF New Orleans Cotton Exchange. N. O. Future Brokers' Association. New York Stock Exchange. New York Cotton Exchange. New York Coffee Exchange. New York Produce Exchange. Chicago Board of Trade. Associate Members of the Liverpool Cotton Association. to Principal Points. Telephone Main 659 and 660. Branch Office, 217 Carondelet. Phone, 416. Private Wii J Mail ESI Til,: . injf Nort h un! K out chan (o Sleejiiii"- cars diners. Two electric ■ lighted fast daily. ! agent fur rates , information. Cum. Phone 153 . nerat» the a si wit ll* of ears. I v , io il 11(1 trains Call on ticket and ■ In Your Eyes WHAT IS IT that is causing all that trouble with «yes? Are the Eye Mus cles following thos* laws laid down for by nature? Are they working m Si jemand« made orm 0 Eyes,r ''' ! ' ' your rt -T the harmony and without strain? Are your Eye Nerves being ex ousted and irritated by the unnatural ii poh tnem by n that you have? some I shall be pleased to at rest on those points. set your mind Remember there ii my methods. Remember V" n0 auesswork in my 30 years' experience i r . ' yS the ,m P°rtant part in each case. t. W. QUEEN, Ow. n OSTk.AL aï t ' ''" Building, no e. Pine street.