Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas on October 13, 1908 · Page 7
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Iola Daily Register And Evening News from Iola, Kansas · Page 7

Iola, Kansas
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Tuesday, October 13, 1908
Page 7
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'Tiaifl|l POUNO PPtiaTIR HARP AND WIN, ftCOfW 8 TO 3. ChAmplerw PltlcTtrt In Paultltii Style, jSut-eouldnt Stop BaUIng Tigtn. t —"Ty" Cobb a Star. SAME TODAT. Chicago voa today from a score Of 3 to 0; Both teams plared errorless balL Chicago 10 hits, Detroit 4. , . Chicago, OCL 13.—Detroit liecaiae a real conteoder for the world's base- ban cfa&mpioneiiltt yesterday -when It defeated Chicago In decisive fashion, 8 to 3. . Uanager Jetmings achieved this resiilt with a change in. his line- ap. Downs was pot on the bench and the efBdent Schaefer, who is at home in almost any position, was shifted from tlilrd to second base. Conghlin occupying the third sack. Counting the world's series of last yehr, today.'s victory wals the first Detroit bis scored in eight contests for the- highest prizethe baseball world. Hullln. elected by Manager Jennings to pitch for Detroit, was steady, throughout the game, holding Chicago to seven scattered hits and passing only one man. Pfeister's left handed shoots, for the most part fajil- ed to puaxle the Michigan batsmen. Besides Issuing three passes, he was hit safely thirteen times, two of the cluster-being doubles and six of th^f occnrlng in one inning. It was this inning—the sixth—which gave the game to Detroit. The gray clad Tigers, two runs behind Chicago when the inning opened, came across the plate in a prpcess- , ion. The crowd, with the! exception - ttt a minority from Detroit which en- Joyed the proceedings hugely, pleaded with vociferous unanimity tor the retirement of Pfeister. Manager Chance who failed to show any traces of embarrassment or displeasure at the way in which Detroit came up from behind and went ahead, smiled cheerfully and Ignored the request., Tyrus Cobb, idol oif the Detroit enthusiasts, whose playing was a great disappointment a year ago, came into his own. He batted like a natural hitter he Is and ran hases like a flash. His batting average for the day was .800. Out of five times up he hit safely tour times. His stinginp single to right in the first drove in O'Leary with the first run of the game. In the fourth he reached first base on a fielder's choice, but in the sixth he beat out his slow grounder, scoring Mdiityre. In the eighth his sprinting rablllty enabled him to make a double of a hit. which, with a less speedy man. would haye been good for one base ofily. In the next inning he singled, and he not only stole second hut also pilfered third by a narrow margin. He had no opportunities in the field, to the great regrgt of his admirers in the stand. Otbfers whose work contributed materially to the victory were O'Leary. Crawford and Rossman.^ each of whon) madej two hits, although Rossman and O'L*-' ary were both chareed- with errors. To Mullln. however, the greatest credit was awarded by the spectators. Even In the fourt hinning when all three of Chicaso's runs were scored, he never faltered. His nerve remained steady, his arm strong and .his control excellent The only'hase on balls which he allowed was turned Into a run by Chicago. CffiCAGO Tinker, ss Pfeister. p . Reolbach, p •Haward ToUls AB R H PO A E , 4 0 ft 1 0 0 . 3 I 0 16 0 . 4 0 t 1 0 0 . 4 1 2 14 ft ft . 4 1 114 0 . 4 0 2 3 1 0 » 3 ft t 3 t ft .3 0 ft 3 2 0 2 0 0 n n 0 0 0 0 1 0 . 1 0 0 0 0 0 ..32 3 7 27 15 0 DsrrRorr ?«^r.rntyre. If O'lieary. ss AB R H PO A E . 4 1 1 1 0^ * 3 CHANGE I NAME LEROY'8 .5 2 2 rrmwforf^, cf 5 Cobb, rf 5 P.ossman. lb 4 Schaefer. 2b 4 Thomas, c 3 Coaehlln. 3b 4 Miilliii. p 3 Totals 37 8 13 27 12 3 •Batted for Pfeister In eighth. The score by Innings: rhlcaco ... 000 30ft ftOO— 3 Detroit ... 100 005 020—8: 2 1 T 2 0 ft ft 1 1 3 0 S 4 10 ft 0 The -f The summary: Two base hits— Cobb, Thomas. Three base hit—Hofman. Hits—Off Pfeister 12. in eight fnnln«rs. Stolen bases—Bt;»>^.' Chance 2. |Cobb' i. Rossman. Stelnt^dt Double nlays—Bvers to Chance. Schaefer toltoasman. jHofman to Kling. OfLe- ary to Pf^iaefer to Rossman. Left on h«!«s—Chlcako 3. Detroit 6. Bases on halhHMJff Pfeister 3. pff Mullitf 1. bakes on errors—Chicaeo 2. Struck otit—Br Pfeister 1. by MuUin 8. Time 8:05. JJaaplres—0*Day and Sheridan /®®^ place on sajld the IMggest ai^^^est bargains in 8. I Witn each ^ress pattern sold, we will gpe^^SJ^ Jonr^ le Book, containing one lihous and illustrated styles. These books are oa exQipuign at our dress goods counter. Any material over 99c yard entitles you to orie|of dur style books with ybur dress pattern. 36 inch Fancy sliitings in grey, brown and green. Regu^r 50c I value for, yard v I9c The celebrated 'jkelba'' broadcloth, 52- inch wide, chififon finish, in all leading colors, regnlar value for, yard N "Ceceline" cloth sniting, 44-incb, green, navy, brown, $l.2& value for, yard $1.00 8elf«toned Striped Suiting, invisible ff- fects, 44-inch wide, grceu, uavy,' claret, brown, tan. $1.00 valine for, yard Shadow strij )eB "lola!" cloth, o2-inch wide made especially for oiir trade, hence the name, exclusive patterns, blue, brown.greea for, yard $1.50 Heavy, two toned "Getonia" 5 'jiiings, inch wide in green, navj', brown. $1 75 value for, ysrd > SI.39 Chiffon Broat'clotJi in,all leading .shades, brown, navy, green, black, tin, red, .carter. Regular $1,00 value for, yaid 6ic "Chevron" cloth - ^ inch wide in green, navy, taupe, browq, the proper cloth fur tailored suit^ for, vard SI.25 Milling Department ! 1 . Is teeming over with beautiful new Hats at prices that will induce you to buy. We lead in price, quality and style. Look to us for your wants. Another big shipment received this morning by express. , Dress Hats in tin, kll shapes, Just received 15 nobby velvet or sa- all cleverly trimmed, in a|l the j latest shadee, your cnoice, The newest models ifor the little miss—the "Direc- toire" style in navy, brbwn red and taupe, |2.25 to The school girU' /'Corday," the lading hat sold f in the large cities. • Ask to see them. All shades and prices very low. Fo^ the little tots we have the nobbiest line of Caps and bonnets ever shown m this city. The pricej range from! 50c to Pipe Line Runs Allen County. From the LeRoy Reporter. IPLANT . to Leavenvrorth over 25.000 bricS.for use in the government construction Through woii. ih* rev a'liJ is now shipping a car ioati of brick each day. The government contractor is well pleased :ck com- The name of the gas and br pany has been changed 'rom me Sherbrook Gas & Oil compai y to tfce Sherbrook Gas & Vitrified Brick <»mpaii.v. The commissioners of Allell county at their last regular session } granted to the Sherbrook Gas & •\'itrified Brick company, a franchise/ permitting the company to lay a pipe across the county. The franchise I has already been utilized In the construction of a pipe line from the company well about three miles nofti|we8t of Humboldt. This line has l^en connected 'vrith their Piqua line, and assures an abundance of gas for nil purposes. j! On Friday of la*t week. jJ W. Coggan, resident manager, slfned the contract which secures the IjBrewster construction, .company of cjfreyville, Ifor the construction of two downdraft kilns. It was planncl^ to :>be- giQ this work about the mlddje of the present week. Th9 down-dijaft kOu are of R>ecUl construction /aotl are used solely for the purpo8«|of bnm- ing paring brick. Up to tl^ preaeot time, the eprapany has not ' >Mltioo to torn out pave; fwork wUl- noir be' poshed llBoat,:. • t^The ctmBAQsr iM^ with the color brick. and quality of the ARE VICTIMS. Icdoor Life arid Lack of Exercise Can ses Plies. More women t ian men have piles. It Is because they exercise and ar^ take so little outdoor Eo often constipated. lower bowel, anq or treatment wi positorles wlU r Dr. Leonhardt C03IPLETE DT-SEC TIIBS. ; The Panama Canal to Cost t2«0,000/X)0 >nien Finished. New York. Oct. 12.-^A prediction made by Congressman'James A. Taw- nej'. before the fire underwriters association of the northwest at a meeting in Chicago, that the Panama Canal would be completed in six years at a total cost of f25d,o'OOJWb, was shown to Colonel Goethals, cheif engineer of the work, who is attending a hearing In the army buiMlng here. "That's true," said the Colonsl, "I expect the canal to be open to navigation by January 1, 1315. unless some unforseen contingency arises, the cost to be what the congressman has just named." SEW DES^ti5S FOB STAMPS. The Flan is to Make the Issoe More Simple than Those Now In Cse. Washington. Oct. 13.—The bureau of engraving and printing has finished (the designs suggested by Postmaster General Meyer for a new Issue of postage fctamps. The new stamps will be of the following denominations: One cent, two cei^s, three cents, four cents, five cents, six cents, eight cents, ten cents, fifteen cents, fifty cents and ilM. The 12 and $5 denominations which are now In use will not be reprinted. • . The new Issue has been dengned .1^ tJ°*°ol" ''S?^* U»e object of obtaining the great- .w.- f SJr:—^* * '"•''•i simplicity commensurate with ar- thla township who has turned alljxtetlstic resulu. The profile has.been Iperaonal prop«r^ and real esute TnU' taken in each instead of a fnll view rasii and propoaea to voce tor Bryanll given a gaa>tellef effect All ot the *i!!2*.*5u\'1f*"* ^ ifiatamfta are of a: almttar design and *»;««t he can parehase iiea contain a heed in an ellipse. The on*N ily dacorattoo Is taajrel'leeree on cither •tpfOMptpiCM.*' ... ^ . I IfBlde rt «ieiUlpBe --m letter!^ la straight lines, at 4he top being, "fj. S. Postage," and at the bottom the stamp contains the head of Franklin, whl'e all the others will bear that of Washington taken from basts by H0U7 don. The colors are red and blue. There 1= a stagfation of blood in the no amount of cutting ;h ointments and sup- bmove this cause. -vk Hera-Roid. an Internal, tablet medicine, will permanently cure any caje of piles, removing, the cause. Prlc<. $1 at Chas. B. Speaker &. Co.'s. . Fiilly guaranteed. Dr. Leonhardt Co-: ~^talion-B, Buffalo, N. Y. Write for, booklet. TO PLUNGE IF BRYAN WINS. Stafford Man Expects Real EsUte to Drop 25 Per Cent Topeka. Oct. 13.—A Stafford county man is preparing to make money if Bryan is elected. The -following, letter to Chalirman Dolley of the Re-J nobitcan state committee from C. O.' Webb, a StaRord lawyer, explains j^JKJHER SOLO ME FOR JlOa" /! A New Jersey Girl Says She Was- Forced to Kill Man 8h- Wed. ' New Brunswick. X. J.. Oct 13.— ? That she was sold for $100 and foro- e^d by her father to marry a man sbf did not love was the statement made today by Jalia Madelln, 17 years o'd. Last Saturday the girl shot and kUl-: ed Tony Madelin to whom she was' married four months ago. The girl said sbe had no'regret for her aei.^ "I was ill and lying on the bed when he came in Saturday night," 'she said. "He. asked me whf supper was' not ready and I told him I was nqt well enough to get it. Then he ordered me to get up and close a window. I said I could not, and h^ struck me. He beat and kicked me. Then he said he would kl'l me. I rajii ^ronnd him and got fhe revolver. W>en he threatened to stab me I killed hfm." * • The position of Madelln's bodv when found by the police Indicatejd that be had been abet from behind wbile be sat at the supner table. A knife was found near the body. / EXCHA5GE OK SELL. List your property with me. I have a large list to match from. Ko expense unless a deal is found for you. I have 240 acres In Keo- Bbo county. Kas, to exchange for good lola property. J. 1. MILES. Boom 10, Old Coort Uotise^ Where Mil Will Winter. The Wichita Eagle says that Arthur Ml'sap. formerly a ball player here, has gone to HIgglncvllIe, Ma, to •pend the winter. HJOlsap was one of the most reliable men on fhe Wli^ *iU team the past year. I BegUter.Wknt A ^jltflns xen^ THE ibrlu^ COLD ~ CRYS And IMillllill Wailr Seit GeM :8ten«B teUyjihr FRANK lUI>bUI» Cl^r^ Set up and conoected, al^ an} oUier gas fitting. Good Tto^k «ud teasonable charges. Pbofkft 39 ;

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