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Silk Hat Harry's Divorce SuitsPeakins f Swell Dressed Dolls , , . CP,,,,,. .., ,. Brawn for The Bee by Tad "n CS-fS rEO. to uw ,IVa 5op Auuor; ;iieN TtttMUTOlS WIHS- I FANfrUTO V A 2 r PUNMtEST MAKEUP ' T fl VVMlFFJ CHAMPIONS ARE SHUT OUT White Sox Defeat Bostons by Five to Nothing Score. SCOTT ALLOWS FOUR SINGLES Chicagoa lilt Leonard Opportunely and Do Some Good Unite Hun nlnK Errorii of Oppo nents Prove Costly, BOSTON, Juno 5. Scbtt held Boston to four singles today, all of which were made by Hooper and Ball, two being of a scratch nature, and Chicago shut out the locals, 5 to 0. The visitors hit Leonard opportunely and did some good base running. Errors by Boston were costly. A double by Mat tick In the second, followed by Weaver's single, an error and a sacrifice fly, gave Chicago two runs. Pournler doubled In the third and scored on Collins' single. With one out in the seventh, Scott doubled and went to third on Rath's scratch hit. Lord hit to Leonard and Scott was run down, Bath coming around tq third on the play. A double steal by Lord and Rath followed, the latter scor ing. Mattlck singled in the eighth and was safe on second on Terkes' muff of Hooper's throw. Weaver scored him with a double to center. Score: CHICAGO. BOSTOK". AD.II.O.A.E. AD.H.O.A.E. nth lb.... 6 114 0 Homer, rf.. 4 1X10 lord. .... 4 0 0 1 Overuw, n.. 4 0 1 1 i Fournler, lb 4 1 11 i 0 Speaker, ef . 0 4 0 0 Collin, rt..4 13 0 O Lewis, If 0 4 0 0 nodi. It.... 4 10 ORngie, lb... 3 0 7 1 0 Mittirk. cf. I 1 1 0 0 mil. u X 2 It 1 O WeaYW. aa,, 4 3 4 3 O Jinrrin, lb. I 0 3 3 0 gchalk, a... 4 0 6 3 0 Curiam, e. 3 0 ( 3 0 Scott, p 3 1 0 4 Leonard, p.. 3 0 0 4 1 HrtckMa 1 ,0 0 0 Totals.... .3 10 37 U O ToUl 23 4 me 3 Batted for Leonard in the ninth. Chicago 0 21000110-5 Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0 Weaver. Sacrifice fly: Scott. Sacrifice hits: Lord,, Mattlck. Stolen bases. Rath, xra, Etcoii, HcnaiK. ueu on uuki; jni cago, 8: Boston, 2. First base on balls: Off Leonard, 1; off Bcott. 1. First base on errors: Chicago. 2. Struck out: By Leonard, 4; by Scott. 3. Wild pitch: ILeonard. Time, 1:40. Umpires: Connolly and McGreevy. Yanki Lose to IVnpa. NEW YORK, June 5. Although New Tork put up a game fight against Cleve land today they lost In the tenth Inning, 5 to 8. Olson walked with one out In the extra lnnlntr and Turner doubled. Jack son was purposely passed, filling the ftases. Leuvelt Dattea ror ieiDota ana struck out, but Oraney singled through .he box. BCorinc Olson and Turner. Wolter of the Highlanders hit a home runs in the first two times up. His second circuit smash came with Hartzell on base. Mitchell pitched fine ball lor 'j;jVi land. He relieved Steen In the fourth. after the latter started the inning by passing Cree. McConnell also pitched a fairly effective game for New York, though he was hit freely in the first three innings, score: CLEVELAND. NEW YORK. AB.H.O.A.E. AB.H.O.A.E. Johnston, lb 3 3 IT 3 0 Hartaell. rf. 3 1 3 0 ChiDtrun. u 4 1 .4 7 ODaalala. rf.. 1 0 0 0 0 Olaon lb.... 4 0 2 0 ljVolter, cf..S 3 10 0 Turner. 3b., 4 3 14 ODorton, lb.. ( 1 13 1 0 Jackson, rf., 2 0 1 0 0 Cte'a, it 4 0 0 0 0 Ryan. cf..,. 2 0 0 0 OBwecaer, e. 2 0 4 3 0 LaJol .... 1 0 0 0 O'Stcrrttt .. 1 0 0 0 0 Lelbold, ef.. 0 0 0 0. OOoaaett. o... I 0 3 0 0 ijoiiTeu, . l o o oeioer, id., a u a Oraner. It.. S 3 1 0 0 Mldklff. 3b. 4 0 1 i 1 O'Neill, o.. 4 0 4 0 OPtoklnpa. aal 1 1 6 0 Steen, p I n p i o ileooneu, p t I I 2 i Mitchell, p.. 30030 ToUla 34 T 30 IT 3 Totalt 37 10 10 13 1 Batted for Ryan In elghtti. Batted for Sweeney in eighth. Cleveland 1 110000003-C New York 1 02000000 0-S First base on error: Cleveland, 1. Two-base hits: Graney, Turner (2), Borton. Three-bae hits: Johnston, Chap man. Home runs: Wolter (2). Sacrifice hits: Zelder, Chapman, McConnell. Sacri fice fly: Turner. Stolen bases: Graney, Fecklnpaugh. Lett on bases: New York, S; Cleveland. 8. Double play: Johnston to Chapman. Bases on balls: Off McCon nell, 4; off Steen, 1: off Mitchell, 8. Mitchell, 2. Hit by pitched ball: By Mitchell (Sweeney), lliu,-. Off Steen. 3 In three Innings; (none out In fourth); off Mitchell, 4 in seven Innings. Time: 2:29. Umpires: Bgan and VEvans. St, Lonlaj Defeats Senators, - WASHINGTON, June 6.-8t- Louis re vised Its batting order today with excel lent results and easily defeated Wash ington, 12 to 3, In the third game of the series here. All of the home pitchers looked alike and were bit to all parts of the field. Score: . although he was hit nearly as hard as WlUetU Score: DETROIT. rillLArjEUPinA. AB.H.O.A.B. AB.H.O.A.E. Buh. M....3 1 2 2 1 B-Mrphy. rf t 0 0 0 0 Vltt. 3 lit OOldrlns, If.. 3 4300 Crawford, rf S 4 0 0 OColllna, lb.. 3 3 S 0 Cttbb. cr.... 0 0 0 0 Baker. 3b... 6 2 3 3 1 ,Veaeh, If B 13 0 1 Mclnnla, lb. 3 0 7 0 0 Galnor lb.. 3 114 1 OStrunk. cf.. 4 1 4 10 Morlartr. lb 4 0 1 3 OBarrr. as.... 4 3 14 0 RondMU, e. 4 3 2 2 01 pp. c 2 0 2 1 0 Wlllett. p.. 3 8 12 OCDttrtll, p.. 4 1 0 1 0 Hlfh ......0 0000 Totals. ....32 11 27 15 1 Totals 33 12 24 15 2 Ran for Wlllett in ninth. Detroit 0 1 01002028 Philadelphia 2 0 2 0 0 3 2 1 -10 Two-base hits: Oldrlnc (2). Cottrell. Three-base hit: Baker. Sacrifice hits: E. Murphy, Collins. Molnnls, Wlllett. Stolen bases: Morlarlty (2). Double plays: Vltt to Galnor; Baker to CollU! to Mclnnls; Vltt to Bush to Galnor. Left on bases: Detroit, 8; Philadelphia, fl. First base on balls: Off Wlllett, 4; off Cottrell, 2. First base on errors: Phila delphia. 1. Hit bv Ditched ball: Bv Wlllett (Collins). Struck out: By Wll lett, i; oy uottreii, z. wild pitch: uot trell. Time: 1:63. Umpires: Ferguson and Dlnneen. TRAINER OFTHLIiTES DIES Mike Murphy Meets Death Due to Complication of Diseases, DYING FOR FIFTEEN YEARS Tries Two Years to Meet Girl; Arrested When Says "Hello" MILWAUKEE, June 6. After en deavoring for two years to become ac quainted with a young woman here, Max Schuster summoned enough courage to speak to her today. .His word caused his arrest. Schuster saw Miss Tena Safer two years ago and has watched and followed her dally since that time. Miss Safer appealed to the police, but was told they could do nothing unless the, man addressed her. Schuster and Miss Safer met in a crowded car today and he said "Hello." He was Immediately ar rested and fined 225. Miss Bishop and Miss Hollins Win at Golf GLENCOVE, N. Y.. June 5. Miss Bishop and Miss Hotline won their matches today and will meet tomorrow in the final test for the championship. Cedar Bluffs for Bnndnr Ball. CEDAR BLUFFS, Neb., June 6. (Spe cial.)-rCedar Bluffs held a special elec tlon yesterday to decide the question whether to have Sunday base ball within the limits of Cedar Bluffs. The result was sixty-five for and thirty against. BT. LOOIS. AB.H.O Shotten. cf.. 5 2 1 , BtoTllI, lb.. 5 Johnston. - If S rratW- 3b.... 4 Compton, rf 2 Balratl. aa.. 4 .JAustlnr 3b... 4 JifcAlllitr. a 4 Mftclwll, p.J 1 0 ToUU 14 27 i y WASHINGTON. AE. AB.ir.D.A.B. 0 OMortler, If.. 4 0 2 0 0 OScbaefer, 2b 4 2 3 4 1 0 OMIIan cf... t i 1 1 0 1 eoandll, lb... 5 1 14 0 1 0 OLaporte, 3b. 4 3 1 3 7 0 Cairo, rf.... 4 3 1 1 3 OMcRrtds, aa. 3 1 2 3 1 0 OHtnrr. c... 1 1 1 2 1 1 Wllllinui t i i Mullln, 'p. . . 0 0 0 1 II lAiirock, p.. o o o 1 0 Gallia, p.... 19 14 1 Acosta 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 :Sl Totals 37 11 27 20 4 -Batted of Altrock In the third. St. Louis 5 3 1 0 0 1 0 2 0-12 Washington 0 00021000-3 . .Two-base hits: Johnston, Compton (T), ."MIKiell. Btovall, McBride. Three-base -hit: Balentl. Home runs: Henry, Ctlvo. "Hits: Off Mullln, 3 In one-third Inning; off Altrock. 6 in two and two-thirds in nings; off Gallia, 7 in six innings. Sac rifice hit: Pratt. Sacrifice fly: McAllis ter. Stolen bases: Shotten (2), Austin, 'Milan, Gandll. Double plays: Balentl to "Pratt to Stovall: Balentl to Pratt; Gan dll, unassisted. Left on bases: St Louis, : Washington, 10. Bases on balls: Off Mitchell. 2; off Mullln. 2; off Altrock, 2; eff Gallia, 1. First base on errors- St. Louis. 2; Washington, 1 Hit by pitched .hall: Mitchell. Moeller. Struck out: By 'Mitchell. 2: by Gallia. 2. Time. 1:68. Urn Vires: Q'LouRhlln and Hlldebrand. Tiarera Take Third Troanclnsr. PHILADELPHNA. June fi.-Detrolt lost Its third straight game of the series to day. 10 to 6. Wflett pitched for the visit ors and the Mackmen got to him hard and often, most of their hits being of the timely oruer (jonme aiacx sent In Cottrell against the veteran Tigers and jUtm youufstar sot away with hu game. Table ItocU Defeats Davrson. TABLE ROCK. June 5. (Speclal.)-in a closely contested game here Monday, Table Rock defeated Dawson by a 7 to 6 score. An extra inning was needed to clinch the argument for the home team. Duket's "Cure" Under Medical Examination Concerning tho Duket treatment for tu berculosls, experiments which are now being carried on at the Nebraska sanltar lum at Kearney, the Journal of the American Medical Association says: "Closely following on the Frledmanrl fiasco in New York, comes announcement to Chicago that one Peter Duket has 'dis covered a, serum which will cure con sumption.' Although one would hardly re gard the present as a favorable time for launching such claims, the promoters evi dently agree with Barnum and think that there Is" no limit to the public's credulity. The 'discoverer of this new "remedy' has secured the backing of a prominent ex politician of Chicago and of one of the smaller medical schools of that city as well. Much of the notoriety which has been given to this 'cure' has been due to the fact that it is said to be financed by "William Lorlmer, who for a time occupied a seat In the United States senate from Illinois. The facts regarding the origin ator and his remedy have been published by the Journal of the American Medical association in a recent Issue. Duket, In 1910, operated a sanitarium at Findlay, O., where he used what he termed 'an antiseptic lymph for the cure of tuber culosis.' With this preparation he claimed to cure 90 per cent of all early cases of consumption, 75 per cent of cases in the 'second stage' and 60 per cent of those in the 'third stage.' Before he opened a sanitarium at Findlay he was advertising In the Toledo papers a 'com bination of vitalized and electrified air' aa a 'godsend to the sick.' Duket claims to have discovered his serum nine years ago. What has he to show for it? The main result is a long list of death certifi cates. Investigation of some cases re ported in his booklet and of others which he treated but did not report gives a total of eighteen patients treated, of whom only-four are now alive, the others having died of tuberculosis in the meantime. The list showing the initials and the location of the patient may be of interest to those unfortunate consumptives or their friends who may have been misled by the reports which have appeared in the newspapers. Patient Address. Condition. 1. Miss M. 8. C. Toeldo, O Alive 2 Mr. S. C Toledo, O Dead 8. Mr. A. K Toledo, Ov Dead 4. Mr. F. K. K.. Toledo, O Dead 5. Mr. W. L Toledo, O... Dead 6. Mr. O. C. 8.. .Toledo, O Dead 7. Miss W. W... Toledo, O Dead g. Miss B. G Toledo. O Alive 9. M'S. E. O'H. Findlay, O Dead 10. Mrs. A. M. K.Lucas County. 0....'Pead 11 5Irs. S. E. U -Toledo, O Dead 12. Mr. O. B Toledo. O Dead 11 Mr. H. B Toledo, O Alive 14. Mr. H. B Adrian. Mich Alive 15. Mrs. B, McC r'rclevlll eO Dead 15. Mrs. F. McQ. Upper Sandusky, O.Dead 17 Mrs. C. L. , ..Arlington, O .Dead IS. Mrs. C. V. K.McComb, O Dead Considered Greatest Traclt Conch nml Developer of Players In. Other Branches of Sport America Has Known. PHILADELPHIA, June 5,-Mlchael C. Murphy, famous as a developer of ath letes, died shortly after 3 o'clock this afternoon. Death wns due to a compli cation of diseases. Never a robust man. "Mike" Murphy had been practically dying for the last fifteen years. About eight years ago he was at death's door, but he pulled through and was lator ablo to render great service In his chosen calling. Murphy was born In Natlck, Mass., in I860 and early in life oecame prominent as a trainer of athletes. He had .charge of the American teams at three Olympic meets, the last being the victorious team of last year. Many of the best college athletes in America had been developed by Murphy. To his wonderful knowledge of the con ditioning of men was due his selection as the trainer in charge of the three for eign Invasions, all of which turned cut successful. He had charge ot the combined teams of the Now York Athletic club and tho University of Pennsylvania, which repre sented America In Olympic games in Ports in 1000; the American team to tho London Olympics In 1008 and the Ameri can team to the, games in Stockholm in 1912. Murphy was also the trainer of the New York athletic team, which defeated the London Athletlo club in a dual track meet In 1895. k During his career Murphy was a fol lower of all kinds of athletics. He be came physical director of Yale in 1S87 and since then had been considered the greatest coach of track men and trainer of men in other branches of sport that Amerjca has ever known. He had three years of success at Yaje and In 1890 ac cepted the offer of the Detroit Athletlo club to become its trainer, but after three years returned to Yale. Later he came to the University of Pennsylvania. He remained In Philadelphia four years and then went back to Yale, hut returned hero In 1906 and had been at the University of Pennsylvania ever since. Mnrphy was classed as the dean ot American trainers. He never had a team finish worse than third in the intercol legiate track competition and for five years straight he won the championship for Pennsylvania. Before he was 25 years old he became the trainer of John L. Sullivan. After one year with the great pugilist, Murphy conceived tho idea of finding a man able to defeat Sullivan. He searched for a year through the wilds of Canada and the lumber camps of the great north west, but he failed to find the man. Dark Cell or Church For Refractory Man in the Penitentiary (From a Staff Correspondent) LINCOLN, June 8. (Special.) May a prisoner in the Nebraska state peni tentiary claim a constitutional right to freedom of religious belief. This Is tho question now before tho authorities ot that Institution. O. A. St. Clair, a convict sent up from Lancaster county refuses to attend re ligious exercises either of the Protestant or Catholic faith held at tho Institution. Now the warden is up against tho propo sition whether he shall enforce discipline along the lines of church attendance by the convicts. St Clair will not say whether he has any religious belief, but simply refuses to march with the rest of the prisoners when they line up for churcn services. While Warden Fenton Is a Catholic, Deputy Warden Harman Is a Christian, and Chaplain Johnson a Methodist, nothing has ever been said Tegardlnjr church beliefs, but the services at the chapel every Sunday have been ot the Protestant nature. To give those ot the prisoners who are Catholics an oppor tunlty to attend services of their own church Father Moran of the church holds services there every two weeks. The refractory prisoner claims to be of the Jewish belief, but when Warden Fenton called up one of the rabbU ot that church and asked him If there was anything In the services held at the prison which would be against the at tendance of St. Clair, he was Informed that there was not and that he should be competed to attend. St. Clair bases his Btand on two things, first that he does not want to attend church with a "bunch of hypocrites," and Becond, that the constitution of the state and nation declares that no person shall be con pelled to take any religious belief or at tend any religious gathering against his will. WaMen Fenton Is of the opinion that a prisoner at the penitentiary cannot fall back on the constitution to prevent the authorities from enforcing discipline and that ho has forfeited his rights to protection ' under the constitution when It conflicts with the enforcement of rules governing the prison. Governor Morehead Is of the same opln Ion and has issued an order that St Clair be required to obey the rules at the penitentiary requiring attendance at public worship. Bhould he refuse to obey the order it will be tho dark cell for StvClalr. Because of Ignorance of the law Dutro was only technically guilty. Mrs. Julia K. V. Harris, attornoy and owner of a bnrbcr shop In Kansas City, Kan., who Inst April attacked her hehil barber. Cornwnll Ellis, with a hntchet. committed suicide yesterday by taking Poison In a sanitarium where sho had been confined since attncklng Kills. Winston Churchill, first lord of the admiralty, who Ik the particular object of suffragette animosity, was compelled on account of tho many Interruptions, to )cut short his speech introducing Com- Girls Use Hatpins . On Strike Pickets HAZELTON, Pa., June B.-Hatplns and screw drivers concealed In their sleeves were used by girl workers at thn fJr. hardt shirt factory when approaohed by strike pickets, and asked to walk out. Frank Fltrpatrick was stabbed be low the ribs with a hatnln. MU TTnr. riet Blerly was arrested charged with at tacking him and held under $500 bond. HOT ORLEANS, La., June 6.-A strike of L200 marine firemen has been ordered here. A raise of 12.M to 85 a montn is demanded.' PATERSON, N. J., June 5.-Thlrty-three strikers and sympathizers Placed on trial here today charred with rioting In connection with the silk strike. HARRISBlTRG, Pa.. June 5. A general strike In Pennsylvania as a protest against the action of the senate In amending the worklngmen's compensa tion bill Is being discussed by labor or ganizations. EL PASO. Tex.. June S. Threat unionize or chase every smelter In the southwest and northern Mexico were made here today in a written declara tion signed by Charles Moyer, President of the Western Federation of Miners. Insane Come to the Rescue of a Keeper MILWAUKEE, Wis., June B.-Flve in sane patients at the Emergency hospital today came to the aid of Dr. R. L. Williams, when an insane and enraged patient attacked an orderly and over powered him. The orderly, John Thompson, was at tacked by Julius Jesweln, and was un conscious when the doctor arrived upon the scene. Five other insane men were watching the attack and enjoying it, but when Dr. Williams ordered them to as sist In subduing the assailant, they compiled and Jesweln was placed in a straltjacket. Jesweln Is the man who became Insane after laughing for sixteen straight hours. He went to a vaudeville theater and after hearing a Joke began to laugn. He was ejected from the theater, but continued to laugh until arrested. Ita was taken from Central Police station to the emergency hospital, where a vlo. lent fit of rag replaced bis laughing fit mander Evnns In London when the lat tcr wns on tho Scott polar expedition. Harry 11. Atwood, aviator, who has been nt Amherstburg, Ont, since ho was picked up In Luke Erlo last Saturday night, started yesterday In his hydro noroplane In an nttempt to fly to Do trolt, thirty-five miles. He encountered high winds and was forced to la,nd nine miles from Detroit Edward V. Doyle, commissioner of tho state banking department of Michigan, was elected president and Atlantlo City, N. J., was selected an the next mooting place, at the annual convention of thw National Association of Supervisors of I State Banks, which closed last night at St Paul. Resolutions favoring a permanent tar iff commission and memorializing con gress to expedite the pending tariff leg islation to tho limit of consistency "In order that business shall not remain un settled longer than necessary" were ' adopted unanimously by tho National Lumber Manufacturers' association, in session at Kansas City yesterdny. ft Culls from the Wire The Illinois state senate advanced a bill appropriating 8300,000 for the Panama Pacific exposition, from second to third reading yesterday. Members of the Western and American Associations of General Baggage Agents gathered at Colorado Springs, Colo., for their annual convention yesterday. John B. Wllkle, former chief of the United States secret service In Washing ton, yesterday was elected vice presi dent of the Chicago Railways com pany. Robert J. Rubin, convicted recently as head ot tho "arson trust" was sentenced by Justice Goft at New York City, yes terday, to serve six to ten years in Sing Sing prison. Proposed changes In constitution and by-laws occupied most of the time of yes terday's brief session of the convention of the Brotherliood'of Locomotive Fire men and Enginemen. The Brotherhood of Railroad Train men at San Francisco last night selected Detroit, Mich., as the convention city for 1918, Houston, Tex., was second choice and Cleveland, O., third. President Menocal has signed the act re-establishing the civil service law. This law, under the terms of its suspension by the .late liberal government, would have been restored to force on June 9. Referendum petitions directed against that section of the recently enacted penal code of Arizona which would deprive the governor of his power to pardon or re prieve, were placed In circulation yester day. Seven Industrial Workers of the World who went on a "hunger strike" In the city Jail at Peoria, III., and broke up the dishes which were given them, were fined 8200 and costs and sent to the work house for six months each. Henry Gassaway Davis, democratic vice presidential candidate in 1904, was painfully but not svioualy injured yes terday at Elklna, W. Va., when he was thrown from his horse atter the animal had been bitten by a dog. General Pedro OJeda, commanding the federal fqrees at O nay mas, Mex , and acting as military governor of Sonora, has Issued an edict calling for enlistment In arms of all men between the ages ot sixteen and seventy years. United States Immigration officials at Key West, Fla., are investigating a rumor that Clprlo.no Castro arrived yes terday from Havana In tho guise, ot a Cuban merchant. The man supposed to be Castro has disappeared. Mrs. Halite Martin, who shot and killed her husband, Charles L. Martin, at 'St. Louis, was exonerated by the coroner's jury yesterday. Mrs. Martin said she shot her husband when he ad vanced toward her with a carving knife. 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