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EFFECTIVE .TAN. 1. 1907
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HAPPENINGS IN THE
Play the "Mud Hens" This
CANTON VISITED SUNDAY
Regulars to Take Part
Lime Burners Not in the Best of
Condition for the First Practice
Game of the Year."
At seven o'clock tills morning, Man.
ager Druinni aud sixteen of lilts Lhno
Burners packed their grips and started
for Toledo, where they urc playing
the American Association team this
afternoon. The line-ups for today aud
tomorrow at Toledo will bo mostly
composed of youngsters, ns the man.
ager wants to get n lone on their
The Toledo games will probably
work considerable hardship on the
Limo Burners, ns they have only had
two days of practice, and most of
that practice was Fccured under 'the
most unfavorable conditions. In to.
day's gamo Oulnett, the Canadian
twlrler, will bo given his first trial.
He will work for several Innings after
which Burke, tho Columbus recruit,
will be sent to th0 rubber by Manager
Drum. On Saturday, Nctuzllng, tho
elongated fllngcr from Pomoroy, will
start the game- and will be relieved
by Pickett tho Columbus boy, who Is
a big favorite with .Mnrlonites.
Tho remainder of the team will
line up ns follows: Shaffer, catcher;
Mnrteman, first base; Balllngor or
Smith, second baso; Mylett, short
slop; Flood, third base; Tate, left
field; Farrell center field, and Mul.
cahey, right field. In Saturday's gamo
Mulcahey will go behind the bat and
Hlley, another Columbus lad, will
play In tho flold.
Lusky, Qulnn, Wllmot uud Wilholm,
four of the regulars, did not accom
pany tho team to Toledo but will
join the bunch at Canton and all
will "probably cet into Sunday's gamo
against tho Central leaguers.
Aiier mo irainiug irip, .Manager
Drum and the team will return hero
April 28 ami will probably play sev
eral practice games befoie tho open
ing of the season.
LISTEN FR1J3ND MAIITY.
.Manager Drumm has a fow things
to say In reply to the interview
given out by .Marty Hogan concerning
Drums chungo from Zancsvlllo to
Marlon. Marty states that Zanesvlllo
Ih tho best baseball town In tho
state, and that Drum iu leaving
showed thai hu Is u poor Judge of u
Drumm btales that he agrees with
Hogan in regard to Zaucsvillo being
a good baseball town, but that cir.
cumstunccs wero a little different In
his caso. Ho and his partner, Ander
son, put up tho monoy for tho team
that represented Zanesvllle. Tho
stiect car company held them up for
$2,000 annual rental for the ball park
and tho papers, anxious to have tho
Uam under local ownership, knocked
the team on every occasion when
there was only about one week In the
bcason that tho team had, not won
more games than It had lost. Tho
papers and the public expected the
team to win nine out of every ten
Drumm states that ho left Zanca.
vlllo for much the samo reason that
Hogan left Youngstown, that he re.
fused to put up and risk his own
monoy to mako money for a street
car company. Hogan's caso was
somewhat different, howover, ns ho
merely rcfubed to Invest a cent of
hie money In Youngstown. IIogan'8
leaving Youngstown was mostly due
to the fqct that Youngstown no
longer wanted Hogan or his "exag,
gerated ego" niotiiQda.
Marty Is now In Zanosvllle, but ho
I? working for a stock company,
composed of Zanesvllle's prominent
men and there are plenty of people in
the company to see that everyone
boosts the team nnd Marty Is earning
a salary and not taking a chance with
his own "iron men."
Fred Tenney, manager of the
Boston Nationals', hand out tjic
fojlown'tig a-econnmondatioiis for hU'
players: ' i
Wt .w'niut follows who make w-
Show ine a-lcljowswlto h ttxiiibl
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BASE BALL WORLD
of making an error, and I will
show you a quit tor.
In looking up young players wo
fnviirinbly study tho vror column,
for tho men who go after every
thing. Mistakes do not bother them
lliey are looking to make plays. If
one it siiinsed they go for the next
pne jlist the same.
If victories come your way, don't
forget to praise the vanquished.
lU'iueniber that you have to work
to w'Jti. Tlio closer tho fight tho
more praise to the loser. They
were good enough to make you go
If, defeated, take the defeat in
manly fu'shiwi; admit the other fel
lows got more runs than you.
Don't blame tho umpire. Just mirso
tho iblow and work to strengthen
the weak pots that .showed iu the
contest nud try again.
The world loves n fighter, and a
good wjuaro light. Learn from each
rcver&e; steer clear of former mis
takes; keep plugging until success
comes your way.
Avoid excuses for poor work;
each complaint only goes to show
how badly you pre'pared for tho
contest. Never uudoicstiuiuto tho
ability of, your opponent.
o on tiptoe all tho time. Then
when defeat comes you will feel
excludes unnecessary, as you will
know you havo done your best,
mul tho other fellow was best for
that once, anyhow.
When one sees a game of ball ho
does not stop to consider tho
amount of U'lne and effort that has
been expended to attain proficiency
how much study, how much prac
tice, how much one must keep his
body in wich a" condition that the
muscles of tho body will work in I
harmony with tho brain.
President Hoosovelt said: "The
whole of the worth of any sport
should be tho demand which sport
makes uiKm those qualities of mind
and body which in their sum wo
vail nuinlimfw. " Ho could haVo
gone further and applied this- to all
business aud all professions.
Billic 'Houscr, ti fast liWle iu
flcldcr, was claimed by Marion,
hut asked Marty for a job and
signed up. IILs contiact was ap
proved too. Zauesvillo ,Signal.
Mnrion, Jlansficld and Newark
all look strong. It Is a certainly
that the race this .season will be
eloio. The teams arc more ovonly
(Hatched than last year. Young
stown iwill not be able to say sho's
mine uud rnh the pennant. It
will-bo a burd fUt. Now Cnstlo
Herald. , ; ,
Hill (Ila.s-burner, who dialed
po.-itively IilsL hcaon that he
would not play with Sharon thw
year,, Jum wpented aud is back in
tltu ranl;s. Yesterday in PuUsburg
Jio surncd a contract. Sccretaiy
I-lilward ClopjKir managed to bring
the big fellow to time iu fifteen
i:u'lautes. Several teams in the
loaguu 'Wcio uHor Qlasuburner.
The only player not iu tho fold
now is Pitcher uMock. The Sharon
bunch will go into practice as soon
.us tlu ico rolls from tlio Shen
President Morton lias conio out
iu favor of redistricting tho O. &
I', leuittio next iseason. m an in
terview in the Canton Jlepository
he was not backward at all about
talking of tho bcuofiUs to the leaguo
if thero were changes in the cir
cuit. It's too bud ho. didn't como
out mora emphatically u littlo ear
ner. Youngstown and Akron mtin
iigoment.s ara growing unore and
moi o weary of carrying expensive
teams to play bjnnll towns wliJch
cannot support tljc gamo properly.
Tho fccutiiueut is giowing at Can
ton in favor of rearranging the
Central and O. S? P. circuit.
Officials of the Newcastle base
ball club Tan jigniiist a snag in
their attempt to forac 0. & P.
league clubs which Jiavo arranged
oxliibitfcu gaiaws with tho Stou-
bouvillo teamito cancel theso dates.
As U -well known, Percy Stetler,
incurred tho onniity of tho Newcas
tle people through, certain financial
Tosulls of dealings whioh ho had
wliilo manager of tjio, NewcasUo
team, lnsi year, am ultjiaugli lie
has .squared liimsolfj to tlio .satisfac
tion of everybody except the Now
casllo won, they refufco to forgive
The O. & P. magnates uiado an
agreement lf,t fall to tho effect
Ihat nojgojnes would ho booked
with any teapj -with which Stetler
vas in apy way x-onnectod, and
wjiou -Akron,, Marion and YugB
Uxwn secure date with .Stanbqn
villo, Neivcasflo ofejeelM . strenu
flrasidont ftwton wast iinMalttt
to,rnd Ppcrident MoitojiaMfed
,A.iJ- WA)Vv M ff
DAILY HnnbK TltIDAY ,AlMfl 'HltffiT 77H - J
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them thus: "Tlio National board
luus "decided Hint hi paying tho sum
whJch he owed "to the Nowcastlo
club, Stetler linSf ro-iustnted hini
elf nnd, inn.s:niicli ns the Stcuben
villo mnnngvr would h.ivc a case
for damages against these clubs
if they would cancel now, I don't
see why they should be asked to."
"Iluhe" Bowers, the big twlrler
who formed a linbit hist season of
hanging tlio insect on tennis stack
ing up against .Newcastle says thnt
this will be h'u last year in tho
0. & P. league Tlie'"Uubc" 5b
an aspiring one", and lias visions
uf, n soft birth. iL the big leagues'.
Bower is tlur-inmi thnt Jlnnngor
Smith intends to"Ji ue against Mn
aion on the ope'ir'iug day in tills
In suite ofi.Ne 'wCo-stle's strenu
ous kick Morton says for Drunun
to piny his practice games uyth
Percy Stcllcr's team at Steubcn
ville. The word came ns good ncv
to the Lime Burners for a num
ber of ithe last' season's Mnrion
team are now with Percy.
A Number of Surprises Were Sprung
In the First Day's Play.
At Detroit Cleveland 0, Detroit 2.
Lelbhardt, Clarko; Mullln, Schmidt.
At St. Louis tChlcago 0, St. Louis
1. Altrock, Sullivan; Howell, Stevens.
At Washington, New York 3, Wash
ington 2. Orth,', Iflelnnw; Hughes,
At Philadelphia Boston 8, Phila
delphia 4 14 Innings. Young, Tanno
hill, Crlger; Coombs, Schrrck.
At Chicago St HLouIs 1, Chicago G.
Fromme, McGly.nn, Marshall; Overall,
Moran. ' "H
At Cincinnati Pittsbum 3. Clncin-
nati 4.. Phlllppi; Gibson; Ewlng.J
At Now York-Phlladolphla 9, Now
York 0. dame was forfeited to Phila
delphia becauso- the homo club was
unublo to clear the diamond of tho
crowd. Tho score whon tho gaum
was forfeited was :i to 0 In favor of
Philadelphia. llattorles Corrldon,
Jncklltsch; McGlniiity, Ames, Brcsna
ban. No gamo at Boston wet grounds.
Pilos aro dangerous, but do not
ubmit to an operation until you
bovo first tried .Man JCau the Great
Filo Remedy. It is put up In col.
Inpslble tubes with a nozzlo that
allows It to bo applied exactly where
It Is needed. If you have Itching,
bleeding or protruding piles and Man
Zan does not icllevo, money re
funded. Soothes and cools.
lleves at once.
Sold by Klocken Drug Store.
Lord Cromer Resigns.
London, April 12. Foroign Secre
tary Groy made tho most unexpected
announcement In parliament Thurs
day that Lord Croiuor, Great Britain's
great plenipotentiary on tho NJIo, had
roHlgnrd, It had been known for somi
time that the health of Lord Cromer,
who has been British agont and con
sul genorjj In Egypt slnco 1883, wat
affected, but theio was no Idea when
ho Issuc.l his ipport on the progress
of tho administrative departments ol
the Egyptian government early thlf
month that his retirement was Bn
Thirty days treatment for ktdney
bladder troubles and, Traumatism for
$1.00. Your money refunded If not
satisfied. Plneu'ics contain no alco
hol. Do not derann-n the stomach,
Easy to tuko.
Sold by Flucken Drug Stora.
This is the seventeenth year Lime
Business College has boon in suc
cessful operation in the city of
Lima. It is now one of the larg
est privato schools in the wait,
Many a young man points with
pride to tho fact that jie is gradu
ate of Lima Business Gollego
Many a .successful ..business nan
owes his success to. the thorough
bnlne&fl training he received there
..floventeen years of successful of
fort as a business college is no
mean recoxd. Seventeen years of
steady 'growth, of a business doub
led twice in that time means that
it has merited what it has (ained
that it has met the requirements of
a modern business age; that it has
turned out students who Have suc
cessfully held the positions furnish
ed to them; that it has established
a. record for honesty and square
dealing; that it is recognised u out
of Ohio's" best InitJtuHens of
learnlag. Boottenfc r.ik.rt
fcasd MqiM 80. .i" "
Tot IftfrmiUpiAftll&aC v
u. W. fJJAHi FfMldMt
Organization Essential to Promotion of
A good Ilvo society for precinct,
Ward, community or town Improve
ment Is n necessity In this day and
uge, snys the Los Aiujelcs Times. It
matters little how smoothly mnttcra
nre going, there Is always uu added
btrcnglh In organization. Nothing can
be so well done individually as It may
bo collectively. Thero aro fow excep
tions to the general truth of tho old
dying, "In union thero Is 'strength."
For, every organization of this kind
there is plenty of work to do, both
specific nnd general. In tho olty It
consists of bettering street ear service,
lighting, sewerage, storm drains, ob
taining street and sidewalk Improve
ment, park area, removal of factories
nud other Industries Injurious to health
and mnuy matters about which the
ordinary city official will not concern
himself unless confronted with a for
midable array of members, well organ
lzed aud determined.
In tho lesser centers of population
the Hold Is still broader, aud thero Is
hardly any limit to Its possibilities. In
a small city a good organization can no
control tho municipal government on
strictly nonpartisan Hues ns to dictate
how every dollar of their monoy shall
be spent aud see to It that full value
is received. With well directed co-operation
those tasks tuny first bo taken
in hnud that constitute tho chief men
ace to the welfare and happiness of all,
nud frpin such a simple beginning tho
good work may be extended, with lit
tle cost, but on conservative, economic
lines until the town shall .be noted far
and wide for the number and class of
Not ouly will such u course be a per
manent source of pr'ldo nud satisfac
tion to nil Its own people, but tho town
will attract the most desirable class o'
oltizeus lis wel ns prove a stimulus to
RIVALRY IN TOWN BOOMING.
Indian Territory Cities Vis With Each
Other For Population and Progress.
In lud'.ati loriltury. which Is to be.
a pint of Hie new slate of Oklahoma,
they know how to build towns. They
know how to boom towns after they
are partly built. That Is Important
also, Just now an Interesting rivalry
is going on among tho several 'big
towns of the territory, This Is noticed
particularly lu Muskogee and South
McAfcster. These t"'o cities aro avow
Muskogee Is the reat of th Iudlau
commission, while South MeA loader Is
the center of a great coal mlnlug sec
tion. For some years past caeu olty
has employed an energetic boomer who,
as secretary of the local commercial
club, has presented tho merits nud ad
vantages of his town to the outside
public lu nu attractive manner. Re
cently South McAlcstcr sent up aud
hired Muskogee's boomer, doubling his
salary, because Muskogee's population
has u 'good deal more than doubled lu
live years. Now Muskogeo is muklug
an extra effort to head off South Mc
Alcstcr, vhlch is pressing her closely
for premier place ns to population.
Theso .Indian Territory peoplo aro
proud of their towns. You cannot And
a man In either of the cities mentioned
who ever lets pass au opportunity to
boast of his homo place. Every man
thinks bis town is the best on earth.
Every citizen Is firmly convinced lu his
own mind that Ills particular town Is
to become the biggest city lu tho. new
state. You .can't head off a town
whoso Inhabitants feel thnt way. It
Is no more posslblo to stop the forward
march of a town with people llko thnt
than It is to lessen tho speed of an
Oklahoma jack rabbit that has passed
out of gun range.
Prizes For Improvement. '
In towns aud cities whero prizes have
been offered for school and homo
adornment jjood results have been ob
tained. Tiie successful work carried
out In Topckn, Knu., owes Its begin
ning to the publication of tho follow
ing prlzo list by tho C(vlc Improvement
First. For tho greatest Improvement
In bad? yards iu each precinct: First
prize, $3; second prize, $1,
Second. Fop the greatest improve.
ment in premises lu each ward, to In.
cludo alley, parking, gutters, outhouses,
barns, fences ppd trees: First prize, $5;
second prize, jS.
Third, For 'each of tho public schools
showing marked Improvement and
good condition: PJzo, -a picture, cast
or something appropriate, for the
Fourth. For tho best improvement
on vacant grounds in tho ward, not
less than one lot: First prize, $5; sec
ond prlz.o, $3.
, Fifth. For tho best Improved prem. '
isos n reutod homes, tbo improvements
to.Jje wado by tiuaut, prizes ,bji.
awards: First prise, $3; second prlw.
fimfarfa bestrcoUept i4jef
IHMWUL'L III IIMrUV I LUI IH-BBMMMSBI aMSMHIIftr
nlali t!nt& la the .faJ;tfor tuVsfri
"'v. r ji, A., h i ;! i
rllj fortho best' collection of native
Kansas plants! for tbo best display of
ellinbem or vines andiferltM'bMt dls-
pjay of suruus pianteo in tue ran suita-
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ble prizes will be given.
Seventh. For tho best essay on 'How
to" Improve tlio Bnck Ynrd" by any un
dergraduate of the public schools, tlio
competitor exhibiting n yard of bis or
her owii planting, a spcclnl n'rlze of $10.
Catch Up With Home Trade.
,Tho wheels of trinle, dovold of ruit
And tnlnuB squchk or clink,
Will smoothly rim If oiled with Juet
Enough of printer's Ink.
An Appreciated Help.
Wlfey I've been oillug the cylinder,
HuLby (who has Just emerged from
underneath) Cylinder bo blowed! That
was my car! Tatler.
Mrs. Mer I'm tired of driving that
sen horse. Carft you get me a motor
Sir. Mer Impossible, but If you'll
wnlt until the vacation senson opens I
thliik there'll 'bo some motor boats
coming this way. Chicago News.
"Well, Harold?" '
"Sny, papa, what Is tlio difference
between n pelf made man nud a tailor
made woman?" Judge.
THE HARD TIMES 'LL GIT YOU.
With apologies, of course.
Mr. lMward Hnrrlman Is llUlnc with
Says wo'ro rollln onward to a dork an'
Says lie's full o' shivers an' he's inoRt
'Cuuso thero maybo wont bo any more
luinln to bn nbejircd.
I'lrnl ho go.n a wtdsper, but today he
Blvc a shout
'i'lio liard times 'II bit you If you
Mr. rtockefcllcr.'s sot a new comrcsIIvo
Clamped a donblo lock uppn bis money
bos an' till:
Looks Into tbo future, an' he can't kco no
Fears that you an' mo aro far upon tbo
way to erlof;
Combs Ills wIr an' murmurs in a volco
that's full of doubt,
Tho hard times Ml clt you If you
Lawson's In a frenzy with bis articles an" I
Warns us that tbo system's got tbo money
of our dads; '
Croups light up licblud ua till bis breath
Is on our neck,
Then lie hisses hoarsely that wo's bound
to liavo a wrock;
flees don't bock your Jewels or you'll
hustlo up tbo spout
The hard times '11 git you if you
Better savo your money an' bo kecrful
what you spend,
Pay back what you borrpw ail' topic out
for what you lend J
Put nwny jour pennies nn' git friendly
with your Job;
Old Hard Times Is knot-kin' an' Is turnln'
at tlio knob.
Don't bo llvln' splendid till you'ro crippled
with tbo gout
Tbo haid times '11 git you If you
-Wilbur D, Nesblt lu Chicago Evening
Mr. Brown Is dally on the subject of
scleudllc problt'ius, but his vlfu has
no syiupathy with hlpi lu this dlrec-,
Tho other evening he laid down bis
paper and remarked to bis wife:
"What?" she lumilrcd. -
"Why, the statement jhat It would ;
tako 12,000,000 years to puinp the sen,
dry nt tho rate of 1,000 gullonf U, sec-ij
Sho thought over tho stutemoiit PVP
fouudly for a fow seconds and then In
"Whero would they put all tho wa-ter?"-Harpcr's
, Too Much.
First College Graduute-I hear yon
have, U Job. Wuatdnlqg?
Secqna.- Coll6gO"Graduute-Ob, run
nfuflfv errands, cleaning lnlc wells, nnd
"First. rutu-lbut.ls, until my employ
er had .tlit nerve, to'nsk mo out io his
hoito. to dinner? U's pretty tough to
have to, associate with your social In
feriors out pfbUHlness hours." New
Yoi'k Ufa -. '" " '
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;aivl, IWMr WivriwiiV. hTmtt
'"' '"w'i,i4"rMu Th? lenUiMti'S
J !i?T AhTli l -ThetV "
L .Coiurab, O,,., April vl2.-rThe)a
'tinard f nai-dnaa nn Thursday recom
mended cowmutatUws of sentence!
In the following cases: Frank Boye
Cuyahoga , county,-, manslaughter,, re
celved at, tho penitentiary In April
1902 17 years to eight years. Jaj
Musselman, Cuyahoga county, ep
tembor, 1905, burglary five years' to
1 two yoars. John Munday, Gren
county, May, 1902, burglary ten yean
to eight years on condition thahs
nbstaln from Ihtoxleatlng'lliJOorSkXct
Ing upon a provlotis rccommenemoD
of tho board Gov. Harris .has cdfftuit
ed the.Bentenco of, TJiomasDuc5J'ke,
a Cuyahoga county prisoner senteneed
Jast.vWlntor to five years for burglary,
,to 18 months. ,"
Labor War Ended In Bankruptcy.
Akron, O., April 12. Tho fallu"re'(ol
the Akron Printing nnd Paper Co., was
the result of a light between caplfal
and labor. Tho printers lp tho fun
ploy of the concern wont on strip.
For 14 months the company waged
war against the strikers. FlnallyVthe
company gave In. Soon .after;,', the
company signed the agreement .With
tho printers, tho Manufacturers' 'asso- '
elation began a fight against tho,ed)n
pany fori giving In to the "printers,. It
Is alleged thnt the Manufacturers' as
sociation Induced tho papor cptripa
nlcs not to sell paper to tho Akron
company except for cash, Tho 'com
pany could not stnnd this sort of a
light and was forced Into bankruptcy.
Passed a Two Cent Tare Bill
Lansing, Mich., April 12. The two
cent railroad faro bill recently
passed by tho sonato was passed
Thursday by the house. The bill al
lows upper peplnsula roads and thoso
roads of tho lowor peninsula which
earn loss than $1,200 per mile per
year from passenger trajns.to charge
thrco cents por mile, but all 'other
toads aro required to, charge only two
cents. Gov. Warner's Influence has
been behind the bill.
Principal of a School Suicided.
Chicago, April 12. PrlnclpaPJ. H.
Brayton, of tho Raymond public
school, committed suicide Thursday by
his home, shooting himself in tho
head. Ill health Is belloved to havo
boon tho cause. Mr. Brayton, who
was 01 years old, had been connected
with the Chicago schools for 30 years.
Ho was a member of tho Jury which
convicted tho Haymarkct anarchists
A Bank Falls.
St. Joseph, Mo., April 12. The
Bank of Concoption, at Clyde, Koda
way county, has closed its doors by
drder of tho secretary of stato. Its
liabilities aro given at $120,000, with
assets almost equal to that amount.
The Defense Resti.
Chicago, April 12. Evidence for
tho defense In tho Standard Oil cases
being tried before Judge Landls In
the United States district court was
completed Thursday nnd tho govern
ment began its rebuttal testimony.
During a single month forty-five
women were reported to have died In
the United States as the direct result
of UBlng "hcadacho powdorB," The
poisonous and powerful Ingredients
caused pnralysls of the heart and
nerves, and death followed.
It 3 not dinicult to understand that
any drugdv which have such hypnotic
effects as iu. Immediately stop pain are
deadly in tNclr action on tho nervous
In order to tnoroughly cure headaches
the nerves muuMo revitalized and built
up, nnd thero hmpo way this can so,
well be accomplished ns by the uso of
Tr. A. W, Chaso'sVNerve Pills, ,the
great nerve rcstorakye.
Dr. Ai W. ChasdV Nervo Pills
do not top the headache, ut cure It
by' removing tho cuuse.Vriiey are not
rccommepded as ji relief 10 headache,
but as a thorough and positive cure.
11 Hoadachc, sleeplessness, Irritability,'
lack of energy and power to concentrate
tho mind, and ull the symptoms of ex
hausted nerves disappear when thlis
Teat restorative treatment is used.
Fifty cents a box, at all dealers, or Dr.
A. W. Chaso Medicine Co., Buffalo,
, For sale in Marlon, Ohio, by Flock
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