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MM 1I0HT OTTAWA FREE. TOAPEfl JOURNAL. EVERETT TRUE BY CONDO. 1 V- I Today's Manet's 1 WEEKLY GRAIN AND rovorlos during today's lrif session thl l :i II V rnuii It in -i )wt f .n mi. PROVISIONS REVIEW!""-"-ifnK of the Mexican Munition iiiKi t ii o ciiiiiinution if the Stuts ton-trovers)- an a disturbing element. Ail values of 2 to 1:3 points nurked the rebound ot motor, oil. steel ami equip merit Issues. Textil' and leather shares, together with kindred special ties maile less extensive stilus. Hails anil shipping!! replaced Mrly losses with -moderate ailva ih e. lie.ilitng for pro tit 4 reduced some gains later The closing was strong. Sales ap proximated luO.U(li) share;. Chv.i'V. April 21 Big M'tliacUs in iie value of grain ami provisions have re-tilted this week front Indications of severe tinancial strain Compared uitli a week ago. corn prices this morning were Vij to tTHe down. were off '! to 2&hc and provi I,m,f ::Tc to $ 1.95. Ail deliveries of corn, oats, ryi !ar!"y were at about high n prices for the season when suddenly the cert! market was swept hy an avaiainiie of selling. The pressure to get rid of holdings .rid ! i seenhe a lva.itases from the trak in prices went far beyond or (l:r..,ry limits be:", ire traders began to reg: their i -ipiililn in in and to be guided even partly by influences other oa I s ions and ord S WbM,lB BASEBALL ASSURED Money Excanae Vork. April -I Mercantile OTTAWA FANS WLD sti rling demand THv& LOOK HKw NeeDS it , y . . K. Does V - than the violent changes of stcuri- ties in New York. Active export do-: mind for wheat and rye helped to j this juncture to restore comparative confidence on the part of hulls i'l the: e..rn market. Later, however. the; heari-ii effect -f unuMial weakness in I New Vi rk stocks became again the I t.iling factor and once mop' flattened j y0 out the buying power in the corn I 0' market. t No. O.its joined the downward plunge j (, of corn but railie! better owing toj0 lateness (if seeding. , New paper i.-V I'xch.mge strong ."!.:;'; cables ;;.;'.. Fanes, dcniani! 1'i.i t ; Belgian lraitcs, demand les i.'ISa. Guilders, demand .!'' . I. ire, deruand 22 i. aides 22 Marks, denund l.ti.i; i aides 1 Government lionds. irregular; road bonds easv. abb ibb FOR A FAST TEAM a It- tit. WALLACE GRAIN e;iow corn w lute corn . j el low torn white corn . white oats. . MARKETS. ! $l.iin! I :t I ASSOCIATION GIVEN GREAT START AT ORGANIZATION MEET ING LAST NIGHT IN JUSTICE KOENIG'S OFFICE $400 SUB SCRIBED TO FUND. AMERICAN LEAGUE. W. !.. ...4 ti 1 .S.-.7 ...r. i .!.; . .1 :! .r.oo .2 4 :t;! ...I i! .2..0 . . I 4 .2D0 - - ti .000 Result. 0. SATURDAY. APRIL 24, 1820. 1 NAT! LEAGUE BANS GAMBLING ON GAMES l hiiagu Hostoti j t 'le eland j at hingion I New Vork ; St Lollis i Philadelphia j Detroit ' j Yesterday I'd. I -'" ' da v. Chicago, April 23. Oninbllng in baseball games will lift curtailed this season, according1 to officials of the Chicago National League haHOball flub, who huvn Htarted a inovoinenl against the practice. It it claimed that numerous bets are made on the strength of who the opposing pitchers a ro to bo. This year, Manager Fred Mitchell, declares ho will not an nounce his pitcher until the time his hatting order Ih handed to (ho um pire. Just before lh game. .Manager Mitchell, Kwhoso home Is in Huston, declared he knows of nu merous instances In which the Hg ers were placed after the pitihers had been selected, He said he hIho knows of a certain hotel waiter who was paid $3 a day by a gambler for obtaining from, the visiting manager the name of llio pitcher who whs to perform for tho visiting dull that .Most of tho betting pool rooms downtown,' "and I believe if tho these places do not is done In the said Mitchell, proprietors of know who Is LACK OF BUYING j HITS CORN MARKET) LOCAL MARKETS w h odor anv f MARSEILLES MISS THERESA PHILLIMORE, Representative, Branch Office Phillimore Building tHv tli Associated 1TPH) i hicaso. April 21 W'akne-s which nnmiiisted itself m he corn market today appeared to be due more to lai k of buying than to any special ur gency to sei,. Railway traffic embar rassments, together with difficult ier in credit-, put bails at a disadvantage. On the other hand, forecasts of we weather tended somewhat to rally the market O'tening prices, which rant ed from Ur to l'-jc lower, with Ma 1HU to" f !.i'.'. and July l.."tiis to ! "7. were followed by moderate up- Local Notes. I Put this to the test. K. A. Stephens. Oiinister. ' Arthur Denninger and Verner Carl Bon of Molina are visiting friends in tjiis city. Mrs. Bdward Murphy and Mrs. Roy tiper -were Ottawa visitors yester day. , Wrs. Fred Bottoms of Juliet spent today here visiting her parents. Mr. and Mr?. William Doughlas. : Mrs. S. E. Thorn'berg and Mrs. Hoy 'Phornhers; spent today in Ottawa. Miss .Margaret Kellogg went to Jo liet yest(3rday for a few days' visit with relatives. iMr. and Mrs. Hay Beffe! of Ottawa attended the indoor baseball game here last, evening. Slr. and Mrs. James Melntyre ami family were Ottawa callers yesterday afternoon. llarry Anderson departed today for Racine, Wis., where he has secured employment. Mrs. Riley Gordon spent today in Ottawa. Miss Josephine Reffel of Seneca spent last evening here. ; Henry Kline spent today in Otta wa. The junior class of the M. II. S. held a cooking exchange today at the Slur grocery. Misn Lillian Wilson visited friends in Streator last evening. were played and refre: hmetits of ice cream were served, after which the bride to-be opened the package' con taining the gifts The marriage will take place May 7. turns. ! Hats were comparatively firm I ovins to predic tions of rain likely to i cause further delay in seeding. After j onetime Uv to lc off. including July at M-"'io to c. the gains all around. 'ackers' buying save provisions. Offerings w c market scored : ipringers. 2.!e. Roosters, 11c. Hens. 2r.c. Stags. l.Sc. Turkeys. SO-Hlf Pucks, 2ac. Pigeons, l'ic. Kggs, 4"c. Butter. &oc. Lard, 20c. Cooking butter, HOc. Packed eggs, 3bc. Cream, 6.e. Hide ana Wool. Horse hides, ti.oO. No. 1 lddes. In., L'iC. No. 2 hides, 4c. No. 1 calf, lb., Sac. Muskiats. 50c to $' 60. Skunks, J2 to IS. ftaecoon, $1 .ait to $7. .Mink. $2 to !). , j She's on. boys, she's on. 'j This does not refer to wives Mhave detected an alien enemy i on hubby's breath, nor has it ! reference to an illicit card game I .when presumably sick friends werej being called on. Its about Ottawa,! i HI' ol' Ottawa, the one 'best heaven on! I Cod's green earth. j Those of poetic trend probably would say. "Ottawa awakened from! its lethargic' slumber. has realized! ; there are other things in life besides 1 haunting the habitats of the almighty! ; dollar unci the elusive dime. She has' life affords something be- realities. Pleasures have ' appeal to her. An out-1 , of the baggiest type ex- i or I Washington. Games Today. Chicago at Uotroit. Cleveland at St. Louis. 1'hlladi'U hla at New York. Boston at Washington. NATIONAL LEAGUE. W. Pittsburgh r, Brooklyn 5 Cincinnati 4 Philadelphia 4 St. Louis Boston Chicago 2 New Vork 1 Yesterday's Results. Cincinnati. 5; Chicago. .'!. St. Louis, ti; Pittsburgh. 7. Brooklyn. :!; Philadelphia, Oilier games, wet grounds Games Today. Cincinnati at Chicago. St. Louis at Pittsburgh. Now Vork at Boston. Brooklyn at Philadelphia. I. IV. .714 .714 .,'t71 ..'.71 .,".110 .401) .2,"0 .20U st length i:-.'.! to : Produce. Chicago. April 21- Bntt-r tied; creamery. 47-;."'-jf. ICggs unchanged; receipts, cases. Poultry unchanged. 'ins if Two Fast Games. Two interesting games of Indoor 'baseball were played here last even ing at the high school gymnasium, h'mployes of the Certain-teed corpora tion defeated the National Biscuit company team. 1.1 to II. and the Ot tawa Maccabees were beaten by the Thompson Wizards, 15 to 1. Barth-Talbert. Miss Mary Barth. daughter of and Mrs. Jacob Barth, who is soon to become the bride of Virgil Talbcrt. Hon of Mr. and Mrs. K re 1 Talbcrt of this tit.,, whs given a linen and china shower last evening at the home of her siv'.er, Mrs. -Chris Cunico. dames Miss Allen to Wed. Announcement of the aproai ainu ; marriage of Miss lna Allen, daughter; of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Allen, to liar- i old Linton, son of Rev. and Mrs. M. j u. Linton ot t linton. 111., which is to take 1 la e May 14. was made at a party held las! evening at the Allen home on Kast Bluff street, which was attended by ten young lady friendsl of the bride-to-be. The house wau j decorated for the occasion in hearts.! bow and arrows and ennuis. The .Ve-: Potatoes. ning was spent playing various games' ( liicago, Anril 24. - Potatoes with music. A two course lunch-j t-trouper; receipts. cars; northern was served. round white, bulk ami sacked. $7 7.25; ' Minnesota Red Riv er Ohfos. $7. 'in. Shower For Bride to Be. j A shower whs given last eveni ig ! Liberty Bond Quotations. the young ladies employed at the New Vork. April 21. Liberty bond Live Stock. Ptock, cwt, -; cwt.. il0-12. lambs, rwt... 10-1 1. Steern, $1012. Calves, Spring Hogs, cwt., J13.15. fat, rwt. Live Stock, hit ago. April 24 Hog- - Receipt. 15. lieu head; held over. 1 :;.' ; sltattv ,10 strong wi h yesterday's close; paid; quality good; a vera m.. cost I teniae. $1 1 ;,'.). CattleReceipts. I!. mm head Shei p Rec eipts. : 1 head. GRAIN QUOTATIONS Chicago market report furnfshed b (j. W. Kirby, manager Simons, Day Co. Room r!12 Moloney Building. Phon" ;ij. High. Low. Close. and eon bv Corn Mav .. July .. Sept . . Oats Mav .. July .. Sept . . 1 ' '-j l.tiO'i 1.5t',L. .!' ; 7'I Cash I K4 '-j 1 v 1.51 " .n4U . .72iV 1.K7". I.HO'a, 1.54- .'.oi', .S7 -71--, Prev. close. 1 H1"j 1.571., 1.52'-. 'found that ; youd stern ; tnade their 1 and out hug would put it more aptly with an ! pression. "Hociray fellers, the I bergs gt.in- to have baseball. Let's ! whoop 'er up and make 'er go over j ''ifi." 1 All this excitement is the product ; of a sensational meeting of the Otta- .i Baseball Fans' Association held j last, night in the offices of Justice of I lh Peace (ieorge Koenig. Some two I hundred rabid enthusiasts, all dyed ! in-the-wtxtl fans of the rip snorting i kind, were present at the meeting, land every mother's son of thorn gtiar I anteed to be a boosting committee of I unit size to sally forth into the city 1 and make the great American pastime j once tnore famous in the bailiw icks I of the Illinois Valley. So unanimous I was the sentiment for a team at th : organization session that $400 In real j 'jack" was raised before the session taiuie to a close. The gang set their ! minds ami- endeavors on $2,'.'0n and j the bet is V 0 to 1 right now they get - thn (Hill 1 , " "" , , , An opportunity has heem offered ! The association headed away with stlidents at the Ottawa township high j.ue eieciittn 01 oii.c.-is, ciic.osoig cue s(.10() ,0 win scholarship at Cor- ronowin,s 10 pilot tne 000s u-r s gang 1 n, Y!l)f Ma,.VHn or Dartmouth (luring 1110 coming spring ami summer I given the task of putting the old Bi 'State diamond in playing shape ami j Bill Leverich gave them a bad half j hour when he threatened to turn hisj 1 Cleveland tractor Iw.se in the park. I The opening game committee is as follows : J. -S. Ilixon. deorge Koenig Wm. Stanton. James O'.Meura, Prank Mr Crath. Klnier Armstrong, Taylor Pyle and S. Barnhart. Prom the looks of things we would say that Ottawa is sure going over the top and if it rests with the Pans' association they will do their darned est to make Ottawa come out with flying colors. going to pitch they will not be so keen to accept wagers. By withhold tug the name of the pitcher I be lieve much of the gambling Will stop. "It' we desire to keep the sport pure, gambling must bo eradicated. The Chicago club Is to do all It possibly can to stop it. President William Veeck always haa taken steps to keep it out of the hall park In Chicago and I am going to attempt to keep the men in tho pool rooms from betting by giving out. the pitch er at the last moment. "dambllng is not to creep into the game and ruin it for the future fans ami players If I can help It." Mitchell continued, "and if there Is the least suspicion of it on my team an Inves tigation will be made and the man or men who are apprehended will not stay a minute." O.H.S. STUDENTS WILL ENTER CONTEST FOR COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP FORM ASSOCIATION TO HANDLE LEGION SPORTS Chicago. April 24.---The Northern Illinois Athletic association of the American Legion will he the official vorkiug body of the legion state ath letic board In Cook and Lake count les, according to announcement today of Chairman Prank 11. Klannery. who with John V. Cllnnin Is In charge of the legion sports In Illinois. Baseball teams are being formed now in posts throughout the state and schedule:', will be announced soon. None but members of the legion will be 'eligi ble for competition. Three big swim mlng meets In Chicago, with a final v ater carnival Labor Day. and a great tennis tournament at the Chicago Beach Hotel some time In August in tdan tied. CARPENTIER TO MAKE U. S. BOW ON MAY 2 Markets. National Biscuit Co. at the home of final Miss Anna Wernstniiinn. on Wash-j 5.5 1; ington street, in honor of Miss Flor-' .Vl.'bi ; once Sheehan, who will be married I r l f' ; Wednesday to Abe Jacobs of Ottawa. About thirty-two were present and each one contributed some gift to the prospective bride. Several vocal se- j lections and piano solos wctc ren dered by the guests. Light represh-1 nients were served. ' l"i."0; prices: 38s. !:'..:;: lir.-t t:-, second 4s, vl.oi; first second 4'.-s. s,'..M; third "t 1 ,s, fourth t'is, 85. W- Victory ;!i. Victory 4-V. MAt. Corn- No No Wall Street. New Vork. April 21-Slocks of al most every class made spirited re- No. No. No. No mixed yellow white mixed yellow white . AM) am:; AM'-i A MS A T.n I.W ASA AMI I. OH Oats No. 2 while No. 'j white .1.05 -l.flf. . l.hil'Vl-Ol l First Congregational Church. Sunday school at lb a. in. There is no evidence of any "boy problem'' here, the "man problem" is tho out.-' standing feature. The only method; of preventing a "boy problem" is to solve the "man problem." Listen, O ye int-ii. i Today in the Court House Record of Real Estate Transactions and Business of the Circuit, County and Probate Tribunals. Baptist Church, Sunday services at I he Baptl.-I church. Sunday school at PI a. m Preaching services at 11 o'clock. Sub ject. "The Ministry of Healing and Missionary Success." Kvening serv ile at 7::io. Report from rommilte on the "big drive." Seme honed to'-res-tilts will be presented .by the pastor. Probate Court Dickens' Cold. Chnrles Dickens hud a cold and thus described It In n letter to a friend: "I am at this moment deaf !n the ears, hoarse in the throat, red In the nose, green In the gills, damp In the eyes, twitchv In the Joints ami fraction. In the temper." What Birthmarks Indicate. According to a French scientist, birthmarks In families not now of good social position Indicate that they are of knightly descent, the marks be. tug due to the fart that their posses sors' ancestors wore armor. Surprised Mother. missionary soeietv wan meeting at our house 11111 the wnmnn who vvns to lead the devotiomtls took the elas tic band from her Bible, laitl it ,, ,Pl !tip and began to turn the pages to find the IIUSSML'M slip n f r.,.,,l I,, " "IK solemn silence my young son ebeti over to tier and, picking up elastic, hp announced- "Wliv. my mother's garter !" Crlt. The the mm the that's Notice. Wish to arrange baseball games with semi-pro teams. Address .1. H. Tonge, manager baseball club, Kang- Home of the Ptarmigan. In the Canadian Itocky mountains there is a valley where the ptarmigan lives and breeds. This region has long been mimed Ptarmigan valley, and Its guardian peak Ptarmigan mmintnlri. In the wibl urea thus named after a bird will be I'limul one ,.f tl.e many beauty spots of Canada. ! Claim Dr. O B Bruiknern vs Kst i.Mary Kelly mo to vacate order dis- missing claim H for Iv to reinstate. I Proof of Heirship-Kst Hosa .Mes- lOjedic Henry Schaefer Silvestus Mc Laughlin. j In v app Kid Thos Smedley Nellie l!rovvn et al--Mary Anderson. j Odnship --Kst Klizabeth Cedraitis to Mary Oedraltis bond $200 Kst 'Clara Woodward ot al to Wm Mined j ley on filing bond $2cob tir. I Claim allwd-Kst John I, .Martin, O. P Harris M. I). $lo. Petn to sell chattels - Kst Jos Ktint prlvat. sale auth. i Atp Bill &- Inv app Kst Jos Kuntz ' Inv app Kst John L. Martin. 1 Supt Klnal ord -Kst setl Kst Win (1 Francis. Final Settlement -Kst Setl Kst Geo Uettof Kst (lertrude K Iloodyear Supp Proof of Heirship Kst Sarah Flshburn. Final Settlement (list ord Kst Ja cob Juvanclc. Ord -list Supp Final Jacob Juvancic. Widow's ltel Aug M Stelnke. Claim Allwd - und Se Sott-App- K Kst Kst Kdw Sampson Newton t.-'erby lu, disallowed as tl balance. Claim Dismd -Joe Seiby vs list Kdw Sampson. Petn Prob of Will-Kst M K Craft set May 2'i at 1 J'roof of Heirship Kat M K Craft. Final Settlement Dlst Ord li.;t Henry Schaefer. Admrstn list Catherine I'tech to Frank F Follett -bond 2,00 appii apptd adj July term. Warranty Deeds months : President. Secretary. Treasurer, Directors, man W. I) Duncan. K. J. Kelly. Thos. Kendriek. Cecil O. McBvoy. (hair- Taylor Pyle. J. S. Dixon, Frank .rc-Grath. William Leverich, W. F. Stanton. James O'.Meara. D. Dunn. S. Barnhart. Charles' Cullen. Blmer Armstrong. George Koenig. George Woolbert, Alex Gray, H. L. by A. S. Firestone, head of the Firestone Tire Co., of Akron, O. The offer by Mir. Firestone calls,.. for the best es say on "Ship by Truck" week, a na tional movement which opens May 17, and which carries the endorse ment of practically every governor in the I'nited States. Arrangements have ibeen made with Principal Charles H. Kingman of the O. H. S. for conducting the essay con test, after which the best specimen (ty " A.R.urlntcl l'rea V .New York. April 24 "Georges Car j pen ier, c hampion Kuropean heavy weight boxer, will make his first ap pearance In ring togs in America on I May 2. when he will box four exhrbi I Hon rounds here with one of his spar ! ring partners, it was announced to ! day. The exhibition will be held at 1 1 iie 1-m enly tirst Regiment armory for the betvefit of a war veteran's build ing in this city. U. OF I. WRESTLING COACH MEETS EVANS Richolson. John Shaiper. .las O'TooIe. i will be sent to Akron, and the wln- l)r. P. J. Wendel, Charles Sticklen ner dete-rinitied and the scholarship and Otto Kaiser. awarded. J. Ward Conde, local rep-j "Dinny" Dunn, pilot of many of I rosentative of the Firestone people,! Ottawa's crackerjaek semi-pro clubs j js promoting the local end of tho m years, of yore, was appointed to tne , competition. Frank Korte to John A and Its. 4, 5, K March 20, PI20 H. Korte, O. It. Korte 1 sub. Cox & Keefe's si '.. &r ()cle,-';,y; . Airll 14. Ia20. William C. and Dora Amsler to Fred Wlllmeroth, It . b. t7. Smith Skinkle's add. Peru; $P. April P.I20, James G. H. and Jen nie B. Wolf to Henry McKenzle. It. u, b. 17. Hichev's second add. Lcstant; pi. BI20, Stanley and Kath ki to George Gulva;. It. 'ainter's add. S reator; managerial 'berth once more, by Pres ident Duncan. Another meeting w.ilt he held next Monday night at the judge' office and every 'baseball booster Li Ottawa is urged to attend and show their colors. This trwn is going to be put back on the baseball map bi and ev ery booster for the association is a booster for Ottawa. The association plans to publish a list of nil tho fans who give financial assistance to the team In the. big drive, after it 'has been concluded. When this list is published Ottawa will be able to see who the sports are who still believe in her ability to have a winning team. A lot of work has to he completed in a hurry 'but leave it to the Fans' Association and when the season opens in May Ottawa will have a cra-ckor jack team. Although nothing definite is known April 2 1. ren Mlndov 1". b. 11. SlaiiMi. April It't, 1920. Marie and Josc h Thtimm to J. Clarence Duffy. Us. :i w. 'A. s. w. U 7. Its. 3. 4, 5 in vv. n. w. "4 IS. It. l, w. Vi H. 2 s. of hh wa and w. pt. It. 7 in e. xk ' ix. :.:!. ,!; si. "1 the third Sunday in next month will see many 01 me gang reunion utcn heads off for our team. Manager Dunn is very busy getting In touch with some honest to goodness ibase hall players and is trying to coax a few of thorn to come to Ottawa and stay awhile and see what a great town we have. Tommy Sheehan, one of the leaders of the .Southern Asso ciation, will probably buy a railroad ticket for Ottawa in tho near future and will exhibit some of his fancy 4,1 curves for tne nome ioikh nerimu. u. I). Dunn. wm. Leverien ana c ivei- ly have been appointed to secure a new rigout for the team. O. McEvoy, I). Dunn and Alex Oray have been His official O. K. hast been added to the sweeping approvals given "Ship by Trut:k" week, by Gov. Frederick I). Gardner, who in proclamation to the people of the "Show Me vsys: Executive Order Proclamation. Ship-by-Truck Week. Whereas, The ever-increasing needs of quick transportation for short dis tances are growing constantly great er; and, :W!hereas, Thousands of tons of farm produce, are allowed to go to waste because of lack of quick means or transportation to the nearest mar kets; and, whnroiiu The hich cost of living will be materially reduced by fur-! nishing this convenient market, and, Whereas, 'Merchandise of all kind's can be cheaply and expeditiously shipped to and fro 'by trucks, nw. Therefore. I .Frederick D. Oardner, governor of Missouri, do; hereby proclaim the week beginning: Monday. May 17. 1920, as SHIP-BY-TRUCK WEBK In Missouri, and I hereby call upon all farmers, merchants and other 'in terested in transportation matters, to meet on designated days in their re spective ff.mmiinities to consider the serious problems which are apparent in our commonwealth as to the trans iportatlon of produce and supplies. Given under my hand andi official eeal ut the capitol in Jefferson City, this 17th day of March, A. I). 1920. Frederick I). Oardner, Governor. Ci'bana, III.. April 24. Paul Prehn. wrestling coach at the University of Illinois and claimant of the Hcht welght championship of the I'nited States, has signed articles with Wal ter Kvans of Peoria for a match here April 29. Kvans was formerly wrest ling oach at the University of Illi nois. Prehn wrestles Walter O'Con nor at Carroll. Iowa, In a finish mitch tonight. O'Connor won the A. E. F. middleweight title. Prehn Is in line tate. ; Inr ;, match w ith Johnny Meyers of Chicago. NAVY ENTRIES TO TRY FOR OLYMPIC PLACES Annapolis, Md April 24. Elimina tion trials of naval athletes for en trance in the Olympic games will be held at. the naval academy here, it became known yesterday. A tquad numbering nearly forty, including of ficers and enlisted men, will go Into 1 tiaining under -Coach J. . Clausen. who has been handling some of tne navy men at Gulfport, Miss. They will train chiefly for track games and fencing. LINCOLN SCHOOL DEFEATS WASHINGTON The Lincoln school fifth grade and the Washington flf'h grade clasheJ yesterday afternoon and the Washing ton team was tbea-:en, 29 to 2. The game was a pitch and tos from be ginning to end and came very near to tiring a tie. Tne line-up for the 'Lin coln team follows: ' ' Pitchers, Brady and Houston,; catchers-, Howard Brady and Hous ton; first base, Hamilton; secont base, Garland; third base, ClaU3; shorts, Adam and Volcanut. QUICKEN! QUICKEN! STOIP2 LOOK 82 - THE BAPTIST CHURCH CALLS YOU TO SERVICE THE WORLD CALLS YOU GOD CALLS YOU., When the visitor calls on you--LOOSEN! THIS AO IS PAID KOR BV TWtJUPTIST SUNDAY SCHOOL I ML I '