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THE MARION DAILY MIR&Qfc, FRIDAY, SBlftCBirit 1, 1911.
' REAjnO WAR
Major Moguls Alarmed at
, Baseball Situation.
ASSOCIATION !S SNAPPV
Has Ton Days to
Import 'Mint the AcH'latlnn Has
Option on Hippodrome Park In t'ln
clniiutl U Not Denied ly Queen
City Owners All tho Dig Tjcnguo
Officials Clnlni the. right 1 to lie
fee tiled I'eiicnlily.
Atlehacl o'Duy, was one of Ihe een-
mil figures In helfJlrig'to rttt'nin that
honor, His hlttlttg Hid much toward
accomplishing the end. And then
Mnmwr Charley O'Day lit oho time
held the reins on the Portsmouth
team. He Is a gamester timl his ad
mirers nre pleased to learn of his
nehlevement. It wouldn't he so bad,
however, If O'Dny hadn't released Ulll
Colllgan to Marlon. Had wo had Hill,
Hank might not have copped the
dug, at leaBt so early. Portsmouth
It has been rumored around that
Ous Hplor, Hill Conlny and Edntoud
son will be sent to Toledo for the re
maining season. Epler has produced
the best ball of his career and Is hit
ting well. Bill C'onley at third cer
tainly has surprised the fans In the
way In which he has played. In the
field Hill gets nhnut everything thai
comes his way and has a perfect
throwing nrm. Young Edmon.oii, l
though Mill weak at first Is a natural
hdter. He would not help the Hens
mtt'h lit the lhldt but certainly would
up a gnmi man op ipr n. pincn inner.
Alt three otlghi to' help the Toledo
Ail mid ou coitsjdernbly.
FROM MINOR LEAGUES
Cincinnati Fails to Land
Any Class A- Player.
Down of Columbus Goes to Brooklyn.
Six Clubs Wanted Hlith of Ilnltl
inure Chicago Ainorlooni Cct Him.
Cincinnati, Sept. 1. Two score ma
jor league magnates rnrt representa
tives gathered Ivr Friday and draft
ed players from the minor leagues.
Tho Cincinnati club failed to land
i-aycrs from tho
UI14 VI lire iMfHP
clan A fciatSSW "
Tho following players wro drafted
from .the A'tnerl&aii association:
Downs, Coluntliiis, lny Brooklyn;
Hyatt, of KansTs ,CI(y. by Plttsborgs
Hauser. of -flhdlanupolls, by Uostcin
Nationals; Yfngfing. of Toledo, 'liy
Hrooltlyn: Flynti, of St. . Paul, hy
Six clubs ! p'utpn flrafls for Hath,
of Haltlmore. TnV Colcngo Americans
got him. , . '
Burke, of New-tprlenn. goes to th
Boston NntlonhlMf' Dlxim, .of Memphis
to th? Hottqfr Nitilonnls; Houston, of
Dcs Mollies; ' to the Chicago Amer
icans; Kills, of Pueblo, to Chicago
AmcrlcansrchClUUte, worn St. J6sch,
to tho Chicago Americans: Moore,
f'om I-os Angeles,, to tti
t. omits; Cutshaw from
Brooklyn: Danalf.. Hncramento, to St.
T.ouIh Americans: Vltt, from San
Fronc'co, to Detrolv.
Five cllib put 'In drafts for Crnndall
ol Memphis, and only one for Dixon,
Cincinnati, Sept. 1. 'Members f
the National Baseball commission and
nil the major league club owners, who
ore In Cincinnati to look after their
club's Interests In the matter of drnft
Ihg players, decry the talk of a basr
ball war In which ..the American as
loclatlon would be pitted against clubs
ct (.rating under the national agree
ment, as a result of the National coin
tr.Uslon's refusal Thursday to grant
the association the right to ask $3.0.00
for a drafted player, a higher classlll
cntlon than other minor leugues, the
light to air Its troubles before the
Natlonil commission, and several de
mands of minor importance.
But, although the major moguU
pretend not to be alarmed nt what the
luiurc may hold In store, they nro
quietly preparing to checkmate any
move the Ainu: lean association may
The National commission hopes for
cdlitliiMi'il peace, .but at the same tlni"
lifts taken the first step in what may
develop Into a bitter haeebutl 'JV. It
has decided that payment of the draft
rcffenoy for playeis drafted from the
American associated will not be made
ntll after the clubs of that organlz.v
signify their Intention of remain-
H.g in orginlr.ed baseball. That mean
the commission does not Intend to
take any chances of having organized
baseball pay 1 12.000 for drafted play
ers to tho association and losing the
money if that body decides to cut loose
cin ths National agreement.
The commission also took a ctep
which will either cause the American
association to toe the mark in a hurry
or break the agreement after signing
anew. The association Is given until
September 10 (o get Into the fold. If
tho desired action Is not taken by that
time, organized baseball will prepare
to place clubs In American association
cities which are not under the pro
tection of the national agreement.
iPresldent Herrmann, of tho Nation
al v commission, does not look for a
"The-American association can not
afford o orealt away from organized
laseball," said Clarry. "1 think the
ciub owners of that organization rea
lize they would not be able to cope
with the two major leagues In n strug
gle for supremacy. This matter will
be settled without resorting to ex
tremes." President Lynch ,of the Nntlonnl
league. said- "J look for n peaceful
Ban Johnson, who Is usually very
plain iipoken. had llttlo to say.
"There will be no war," said Ban
"The minor league club owners can
not afford to Jeopardize their financial
President Murphy of the Cans,
President 'Fogel of the Phillies. Pres
ident llegdes of the t. Louis Browns,
and President Ebhets of the Brooklyn
club, all uy they look for u peaceful
Owners of the Hippodrome park
here, it large baseball plant, will not
, ! r-, deny tne ropori mm me Amniwu u.
aoclutlon haa on option on tne prop
erty and plaps to pluce a club In thin
"Everlastingly at Itbuying and sell
lnir good shoes at Beatty & Long's cut
price shoo store. 1
'Continued from Page, Three.
Springfield . . .0 o l a o 0 3 0 o 0
Lima OlSSHOl - 14
P" Btnicn hiitt.s O'Duv. IhrlK 2. Hand-
herr, Long 2, Hunney. Sacrifice hits
Nesser. Two-base hits 'Long, Nal
ly, Markey, Three-base hits 'Friend,
McOee. turuck out By McOee, 1; by
Slunk, H. 'First base on balls Off
aicClee, 3; off Walsh. 3; olT Muuk, 1.
Double plays Saliwnb to 'Markey;
Bandhorr to Uanney to Osborne. Hit
bypltcher Ihrlg. O'Dny. Tlmo 1:45.
H. Louis. Kept. 1. New York and
Chicago, dubbed-"the pennant trust,'
Will play the only game of the union
printers baseball leoguo this after
noon. Cincinnati will pluy tho winner
School Bhoes Beatty & Long. 1
Jmt tjle 14tt?r, . a nyc-to-oil thot,'
Milwaukee, Brftisp, by Brooklyn!
Minneapolis, CraVoth, drafted by
ilttflliurg. (Phlladepnta National
club hrts purchase claim. It allowed,
Petri's goes to ChlcAgo Americans)!
Toledo, YlngKrig; ly Brooklyn; Co
lumbus, Downs by Brooklyn: SI.
Fniil,, Flynn, to Wntnington. Louis
ville, no draft.
Baltimore, Bath, ,(n Chicago Amer
icans; Buffalo, Schem, to Philadelphia
Nationals: Newark, Louden, to De
troit: Hochcstcr, Moron, to Brooklyn:
Providence, Lavender, to Chicago Na
tionals; Torontti, Shaw, , to Brooklyn;
Montreal, Duhuc. to Detroit; Jersey
City, none drafted.
Birmingham, Kent, to Brooklyn:
New Orlcane, Klrke, to Boston Na
tionals: Chattanooga, Tllgglns, tn
Brooklyn: Nnshvllld,' Balr, to Cleve
land; Memphis, Dixon,' to Boston Na
tions; Atlanta, Mobile, and Mont
Kottvry, none drafted.
Dert Moines, Houston, to Chicago
American: Puoblo,Kllls, to Chicago
Americans: St. Joseph, Chclletle, to
Chicago Americans: ' Omaha, Sioux
City, Topoka, Dinver, and Lincoln,
Pacific const league;
Oakland, Ciltshaw, to Tirooklyn;
Sacramento, Danzig, ' to St. Loul
Americans; Portland, Kuhn, to Cleve
land; San Francisco, Vltt, to Detroit;
Vernon, Oelp, Philadelphia Americans.
Los Anqekn, Moore, to Chicago Na
Fire on Nell Avenue.
The explosion of a lamp In a bed
room In the residence of Frank -Jdhn-
- -v 1-11 I
Tho spectal corset for tlie
Stout ' Figure
"Will give the stylish shape
liness of tho vefy latest
Fashions it is made to give
comfort where corset com
fort has not been known
before it is boned through
out with double watch
spring steel which gives it
the unusual strength and
pliancy necessary and
the boning is guaranteed
nQt to rust or break.
If you have excess flesh.aiid
youhavehadcorsettroubles,' jlcngo Belt Corsets werd'
made especially for you.
Style No. 41x at 1. $100
SOc at $3;00
For Sale By Frank Bros. & Co
fon of Neil avenue, Thursday even
mer, caused a lire which damaged sov
iral pieces of furniture In the room.
Miss Gladys Johnson who was ulone
tr. the house lit the time gave the
alarm. Neighbors hastened to the
house and aldol In extinguishing the
flames, which threatened to destroy
tho home for a tlmo. The fire de
portment was not called. , '
NOTICS OF TUB CJAMK. H
Manor; r Chllds of the Portrmnutt
club of tho Ohio State league has
been suspended Indefinitely and Play
er Beers fined for misconduct during
the pacond gumo Wednesday and fail
ure to leave tho Held promptly when
ordered to do ho.
Weller'H fielding was of tho dazzling
sort yesterday. Aslc from two good
t:tops In tho third Inning he knocked
down a linrcl hit liner from Donnelly's
bat In the fifth.
Tho Springfield "champions" will
plajj here Saturday and Sunday,
Helifdo Beru?r will probably work
Ail Hprlnglleld won the flag. All
rlrlit eonsratulatlons, Hank and
lilH. Tho only consolation Ports
noircan got out of that feat Is tho
(not that one of her old ?tars, the Hon.
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IS NOW HERE
See This Car at Our Salesroom
Automatic electric starting device. Electric lights. Two complete ignition systems.
Scientifically developed carburetor. More power. Larger wheels & tires. Large rbrake
drums. Steel bodies of latest accepted designs. Numerousrefinementsof'essential details.
The Improvements Incorporated In tnis year's specifications will give a pronounced Impetus to the cOnd'tlons
which hove constituted the Cnillllno a law unto llt.elf. '.,
They are the fruitB of Cadillac i'iweaj-eh: of close and accurate measurements; and of HclenlllloViiimlaidlwi
Conr.Ider what an atlftmontatlon of xomfort Is.Imidled In the. hm iniiiiiiinnoinanii nmn ,i;';.lI,L' ,i... .
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The simple, centralized Delco system
pni't of Hint procew.
of starting. Igniting and lighting is merely n phase, or Integral
which has nevor promlted what It did not Julllll,
Vlrst. A.Kiirpasslngly lino wii- iii;iiU Inllnilely liner; ami second n hitherto unattainable
to il practical reality, j IBs
To comblne.these elements of eK lolency, for the llrst time. In a, unite,' etorolfiing thrno eparoto. fiTnctlons,''ls
of Itself mi Interesting hchleVdment; although shell u yKtm as, an adjuiiiil, to nn .luilliferen't car, would boot
dotibtful value. . , -, . ' - ' .'' " ' r- ' ' ' ;" ' ."' "
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But to combine -them In the Cadillac a'dda lustro. lo that achievement, because it emlmvo .. ..Timniinn'r
inolor car ullli new ami henceforth'
ImllKpeie'ablo funellonM. '
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GADIIjLAO electrical system
The. electrical plant In the new Cadillac not only accomplishes what
heretofore has been luocmpllqhed in iv less efficient manner by separato
systems Ignition and lighting but goes further and Includes In Its ffino
tlons a feature to Nvhleli motorists hoVo- long looked forward, an uutomatlc
starter which obviates the necessity of cranking by hand.
The plant consists of n compact und powerful dynamo operated by
the engine of the car. The dynamo charges the storage battery."
For starting the engine the dynamo la temporarily anU automatically
transformed Into-a motor, the current to operate It na a motor being fur
nished by tho storage bottery.
To start tho engine, tho operator, uftor taking his seat In t.ie car,
simply retards, the spark lover and pushe foiwiird on tho clutch pedal.
This automatically engages a gear of the electric motor with geer teeth
in the lly wheel of the engine, causing tho latter to "turn over" thereby
producing the same effect ns the old method of cranking. As toon as the
engine takes In charges of gas from the carburetor and commences to run
on its own power, the operator releases the pressure on the clutch pedal,' .
the eleetrlu motor gear disengages. Us connection with the lly wheel and '
the cur is ready to bo driven, The elo;trlc motor then again becomes a dj'-
nuino or generator and Its energy la, devoted to Ignition and to charging the
The storage (lattery has a capacity of 80 nmporo hours and ns soon
ns Hint capitally Is reached the charging automatically census.
Practical tejits'hove shown thai the storage batter) Is of sufficient
capacity to operate the starting dovlco and "turn over" the engine about
twenty minutes,, although Ir seldoin requires more than a second or two;
In fact, tho Cadlllaq engine Is so freuuontly stnrtod en tho spark" that tho
use of the electrical starter Is not always required.
Tho storngo battery also supplier the ourrent Mr lighting. The oar
Is equipped with two especially le!gnod Oray & Davis eleotrlo neadBshts
with aJJust.ttblo focus, two front sldo llghto, ,tnjl light und spoodomolor light.
Tho dynamo also supplies current for Igpjtlop. Up to 280 to 300 It. P.
M. the Ignition current conios from tho storage battory; above that speed
the current Iff direct from tho dynamo to the' high tension distributor to
the BparU plugs,. For Ignition purports tho dynamo performs not only all
the functions of the most htghly developed mngnoto, hut poiwcsstM rvou
greater efilcleney, ha.ng more flexibility ond a greater rnngo of nation.
AVhen compelled to drive slowly In crowded thoroughfares, over very bad
ronds or on hills, with the usual magimto, tfio driver may str.ll his motor
because tho magneto Is not being drlyen font onough to gonornfo eurrnnf,
and It becomes necessary to switch to tho baUory If he has one. With
the Cadllloo system, If It becomes necessary, to drive so slowly that suf
flelont current Is not generated the battery, qutninatlcally outs In, tWlian
the s-peed fs Increased iii dynamo again auloniuticnlly taken hold. It
wholly obviates the nei csslty uf tho drlverfs keoplng constantly on tho
ilert to prevent stalling the motor, '
A FEW OP THE IMPROVEMENTS IN THE 1912 CADILLAC:
engine Fiariing, tieviee, electric llgnts. ' (ape detailed .description Inunothor column.)
- i'x.vr" ""i liuiii ii'uiur luiiii.imiiiti mill mir own. new cumurojor. Tills new carburetor has not
"""""ml"' umiiii!Mi-Kirs niuxiipiim uoximiiiy nun maximum efficiency from loiw to ;
justnjent, controlled .by small Jevor at the steering Wheel
heels andulros. Increased from 34' In. x 4 in in an in v i'in
Broke unnnv increased from, II liicliesto 17 Inches, In tllameter
only olmpllfled the
high speeds without chango of adjiistments, excepting
Bodies. KteeJor latest aceptil'deslgnsj. all foro dooro, const'ruq'tcd'.up'anl.'now l'mp
GaFolinc capacity Increased' to, il gall6ns on all 'models cxcertinffV,P'h'aet6n'and 1
ro on dash. " . i
proved methods. - " . '
lioa'dster, In which the'Increaso Is
to 18 gallons.
; , SPECIFICATIONS IN BRIEF
MiMOit Fpr cylinder, rour-cyole, cylinders cast singly, 4 1,-2-liich
bore by 4 .o pjslpn stroke. Five-bearing crankhafiy . rflVe-tbear-
ftlg cam shaft. HOIK-POWKIt Nominal, A. h. A. M rating; 32.4, Ac-
t.tljai horsepuworfeally In excess of that rating due to Cadillac design,
. Cadillac principle and Cadillac construction. COOblXO Water, cop
per Jack, i,, ej'ilntiors. ileur driven centrifugal pumpi-radiator tubu
Ioj; and plate typfr lON'ITIO.V S'e description undor. Electrical Sys
tem. I.l IIUHJXHN Automatic splush system, oil uniformly dWtrl-
-v 1,n,',(I- CMiijffiiUmitT-flpetlal Padlllao design of maximum efficiency.
' water Jacketed. "Air adjustable from driver's" sent. CMJTC'jr Cone
yie. Inrgf, leathjv faced with spoilul pjirlng ring in lly .wheel.. THANK.,
.MIK.SIOX siidirfgf.g'enr, selective type, -three speeds orwardnnd re
verse, cinomo' nickel steel gears, running on five annular boll .bearings
oil tight. roN'THOli Hand gear-ehonge lever nt driver's, side. Inside
the. cur. Servlpebrakos, foot lever. Emergency breOk, liand lever ut
, diiver'a right, outside,,' Clutch, font lever, Throtllo uCColerotor, foot
lover. H,.,i-k 'jiit'ij ' throttle, levois at 'steering wheel. iHtlVE-Dlrect
shaft to bevel geunjiof fijieclal cut teeth, to ufford maximum stronMth.
.-' Drive Kimit ruHs'n" T'lmkon heurliiK". AXMCS -Ht'ar, Tlmken full
floating tvp., spiTcJal alloy steel live axle shaft; Tlmltaii 'roller bearing.
Front axle, drop fargod. 1 beam section with drop forged yokes, spring
perches, tlo rod ends npd stcnrlng splndes. iFront wheels fitted wloh
Tlmken bearings. BltriMCK One Internal and other external, brake on
wheels, 17-Iieh by a ,l-2;ljioh drums, 'Exceptionally easy In, operation.
Both equipped with cqnallYcrs. STICEHINC. G13AH Cadillac p'atqnted
worm and wopn gear, sector type, ndjustablo, with hall thrust, .1 3-4-Inch
steering iost. , 18-lpch' steering iwhecl with walnut rlnu ntumldum
Kplder. WIIKEI, BAHK 110 Inches, TIHICS 30-lnph by 4ul,ch Har
U rd or Morguii & Wrlglit. SPltlNflB ITront, seml'elllptlcal. '. Bear
three-quarter platfoim. I'lNIKII Cadllloo blue throughout. Including
wheels; light Ktrlplng.-nlpke trimmings. KTANDAHD KQynMJENTw
Dynanio with HO A. . H. battery 'Mr automntlo starter, electric lights,
and ignition. Also Delco distributor systems, LUmps esperilallyd'eslgi
e,d for Cadlllao cnrH-1llack en'auiel with nickel trimmings; wcl h'ead
llghts; two sidelights; tall light; Hans gasoline gnugo on dash; 'horn;
full foot rH In tonnenu; half foot rail In front; robo rail; tire Irgns;
ret or tools, Including puhip and Ufa repair klt;vcqeoa mat In aU'tbn
neuux oxt'ept oloseil enrs. iSpeedometer, atandard improved, with 4
Inch face add electrlo light, '" . -,,,Jtl
The Cadillac Qo., 0f
Distributors for MariQn,.Wyandot, Crawfor Richland, Ashland and Union Counties.
South Main Street. Marion, Ohio.