The Daily Review from Decatur, Illinois on July 14, 1914 · Page 5
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Decatur, Illinois
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Tuesday Evening, July 14, 1914. T H E D E C A T U R R E V I E W ftfce FIvi ii.i Bagged Nine Out Last Eleven Games. of KAISER IS MASTER Quincy Beaten, 3 to 1-Duggan Hit* Ball. George Heed's climbhur Commodores wen their fourth straight game at Quincy, Monday afternoon, wallopine the poor Vets by a score of 3 to 1. The B«c»tur team hat won nine out at the l»st eleven game* played. Xeoclleas to ·ay, If that clip Is continued, th» bunt- Ins will be flvlns at the local park toy the end of the ieaion KAISER IS MASTER. Joe Kaiser had Quincy buffaloed and they couldn't connect with his slants. Manage- Kahl tried out an amateur hurler named Slllbert and he did an excellent job. Elmer Duggan got two ·afe smashei. The score: DECATUR-Manila. 2b Brown. 3b Blitz, cf Dupgan. Ib. Berk«l. is A.B. R. H. P.O. A. E. . . 4 1 1 2 3 . . 5 0 0 0 2 . ·TVelday, H ............. * Bcherer. rf. ........... * O'Brien, c. _ Kliser. p. .. Touli QUJXCV-- Conger, ss. . TJanff, rf. Kahl. 2b ·Ward rf. .. Golvln. Ib. .. Ketter, If . - Ehrgott, c. .. Gray · Turner. 3b .. Milbert, p. .. 2 14 4 0 1 4 0 . S 3 S 7 27 15 1 Total, 30 1 5 27 B 2 · Batter for Ehrffott in ninth. "rw^Itiir 11 "'**' 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 -- S .julncy .'·'.'.'.'. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -- 1 SfMMABT. Stolen bases-Blitz. Two bass hlrs--Bcr- fce', Manda, Kahl. Thrie base hit--Goivin. Home run--Duegan. Double plays-Berlcel Jo Manda to nSlsBsn; O'Brien to Berke ; Turner (unassisted*. ? truck out--Bv Ka - »er, 3: by Milbert. 6. Bases on ball.i-Otf Kal- «sr! 4; oft Milbert. 5. Time o fgame--1:«. Umpire--Eddinger. THEY STARTED TO I PLAY BALL SUNDAY Quincy Herald.--Rain yesterday a f - ternoon robbed the fans, who had gathered at League park in spite of the threatening weather, of what promised to be the prettiest game ot the season. Only an Inning and a half could 'be played and then the gates ot heaven were opened and a. heavy downpour brought an ahrupt cessation of hostilities. After It had rained for half an hour the diamond could only be navigated with rubber boots and Umpire Eddinger called the game off. Hubert Keupper and Ollie Kirmayer were the opposing slabsters and both ·were in pi f a t term. Keupper had a ·wonderful hop on his fastball arid the "Decatur luggers were unable to get anything that resembled a hit off him In the two Innings he worked. Kirmayer was also at his best and if ever the i etage was s^t for a no-hit game for two opposing pitchers, It was yesterday. Although only an inning and a half ·were plaved, there were two feature plays pulled off. both In the first inning, llanfla had skied to TVard. w h e n Brown hit the ball just at the psychol PROGRESS OF PENNANT RACES THBEE-I "H" IABLX. Club-Davanport . _ ._ Springfield 44 Ptoria. 46 Decatur 44 DUOUQU* 40 § uitfcy S3 loomlneton .... 28 Danville 2T Won. Loit. Pet. Win. Lose. S3 28 .95* .030 .64) at ,5T» .544 .571 34 8* Si 46 52 SI .ST5 .380 .564 .5TO .513 .518 .418 .890 -.425 .SS8 .334 .90S Ml GAMES WEDNESDAY. Da.nvllle at Eprln«««!d. 'o other times ·ch«du]«d MONDAY'S RESULTS. Davenport, 8--1; Bloomlnffton, 1-3.3. Bat- teries--Brnei and Simpion; Waldorf and Keupper. Pubuauft. 2-6-0; Fsoria, 1-0-5. Batttrlel-- Lamllne and HammerKhmldt; Romlne and Yelle. IN MAJOR LEAGUES. American. Club-- Won. Philadelphia. ............. 45 "Washington .............. 43 Detroit ................... 4i Chicago .................. 42 St. Louis .................. 42 Host on ................... 42 Nesv York ................ 2(1 Cleveland .......... . ..... 26 National. Club -- Won. N»w 1'ork ................ 4« Chicago .................. 42 St. Louil ................. 4ii Philadelphia ............. 35 C i n c i n n a t i ................ 37 Brooklyn ................. 3:3 P i t t s b u r g h ............... ."3 Boston ............ . ...... 33 Lost. Club-- Chicaeo . . . . I n d i a n a p o l i s B u f f a l o Baltimore .. Brooklyn ... Kansas City St. Loui» ... Pittsburgh . Federal, 'Wo K8 36 35 S4 30 S« 35 SS 48 5i Lost. 30 :«; .",9 an .'in 37 3S 41 43 44 42 Pet. ,S84 .551 .MS .IBS .5:3 .525 .357 .MS , .MS .W7 .493 .·IS7 .471 .41)5 .440 Pet. .532 .fi«2 .520 .521 .514 .440 GAMES TUESDAY, Nation*!. Xew York at Chicago. Brooklyn nt Plttsburfih Philadelphia, at Cincinnati Boston at St. Louie. American. Chicago at Xew York. Ft. Loulu at Philadelphia. Petroit at 'Washington. Cle^·pland at Boston. Federal. Pittsburgh at Brooklyn. St. Louia at Chicago. I n d i a n a p o l i s at Kansas C i t y B u f f a l o at Baltimore Senators Go Into Second Place in American. osical moment when a huge _ dust cfoud swept across the field. The cloud completely obscured both the ball and Kahl and then hid Golvin completely from \-iew as Kahl heaved the ball. Still the fielding, throwing and receiving of the ball, though done blindly, was perfect and Brown was out by ten feet. In the second half Duggan and Kirmayer put up a clever bit of ·fielding which robbed Kahl out of a hit, making the third out. a ° PI WILLIE SHOULD GRADUATE ON THIS Sporting News: We cop the following from an exchange, deeming it well worth wider distribution. It shows Willie Jones' examination paper* and how he answered them. Who settled New YorJc, and when? Willie's answer: The Athletics last fall. Name the chief product of Georgia? Ans: Tirus Cobb. iWhat Is meant by the Boston tea party? Ans.: Speaker must be the party meant. ·What did Washington do at Valley Forge? Ans.: Washington never played there. It's not in the leee. Who founded Philadelphia and made a famous Indian treaty? Ans.: Connie Mack did. The Indian treety was when be sined up Cheef Bendur. FROITZHEwfAND i KREUTZER COMING Berlin, July 14.--Oscar Kreutzer and Otto Froitzheim, tha German lawn tennis players, will leave- for the United States this week to represent Germany in the preliminaries of the tournament lor the Dwight F. Davis international |awn tennis trophy. ' Checker* Tournament. Bloomtnjton, July 14.--A checker tournament will be held in this city Friday between tha Danville Checker Club and the Bloamlngtwa Checker club. The tournament wilt b« bed In the cub .»ooms at 11-' Kortk Until street and the ·ffair promises to be ot Intense Interest. Members of the Bloomington club frooi Cropsey, Farmer City and Dela- ·/*» will be present, Washington. July 14.--Walter Jotm- p»n allowed Detroit only three scattered singles and Washington won Monday's game, 3 to 0, going into second place in the pennant race. Johnson himself scored the run needed to win in the f i f t h inning. Shanks tripled in the sixth and scorevl on a double steal. Morgan tripled In the eighth and pcored on McBride's hit. Johnson struck out ten men. Score: DETROIT-- A B. K. H P O. A E Bush, s? I 2 £ 0 0 PurteH, 3b S 0 0 1 1 0 Hlsh. cf 4 0 0 S n 0 Crau-for.l. rr 1 n 0 S 0 0 Vench. if s n o 1 0 fl Km .inacgh. 3b ·. o 1 n 2 0 Burns. Ib . ..'. .... ?. 0 0 1 ] n o MoK.- 1 '?. c 3 O O 3 2 0 Mam. p 2 0 0 0 4 0 Dulnic 1* 1 0 0 O 0 0 Hellman 2' 1 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 28 0 3 24 6 0 TVAEHIXGTON-- Moeller, r! 2 0 0 i Foster, Sb 4 o l i M i l a n rf 4 0 2 ' Gflndil. Ib 8 0 1 ' Shanks. If 4 1 1 ' Morgan. 2b 4 1 1 ' McBrlde. ES 4 0 2 A i n s m i t h . s R 0 0 i: Johnson, p " 1 1 Under Avalanche of Runs by Decatur Bridge. The Decatur Bridge company downed the Coffin company Monday evening In a swat feit. endlnj 18-5. Watklni and Rutherford were the star stick men of the fame. Watklne making a homer, a three-batger and a double out of three times up, and Rutherford scoring a homer and a triple. Jackson also scored three hits out of three chances. The I. T. 6. will try to break the Ions winning streak ot the Railroaders this afternoon. The icore: Innlnrs-- R. H. E. Decatur Bridge 8 5 8.2 0--18 IS i Coffin Co 8 0 0 0 2 -- 5 6 4 Batteries: Pecatur Bridge, Rutherford and Watklns; Coffin Co., Dooly and Augustine. STANDING. W. L. Pot. Railroaders S 0 1.000 I. T. S, 5 3 .714 Decatur Bridge 6 3 .667 Wabaih 4 3 .571 Coffin Co « 4 .555 Leader Iron Works 3 5 .350 Muellers l 7 ,:25 Wabash Clerks 0 S ,000 -ffl SPORT STORIES BRIEFLY TOLD Not So Far Behind. If we can only arrange to hivs Peoria, and Springfield keep on chasing each other around In th« circle and for the other teams to hand Davenport another losing- streak, we might arrange to slip by those three etumbing blocks while they are looking the other way. And U you'll figure It up, you'll see the Commies are not BO far from first place. That Game on Aug. fl. The local management does not know just yet what American league team It will be able to get here for an exhibition game next month. Regardless of which team it is. It should prove a paying: investment here, as nearly every American league team Is interesting enough to local fans to get out a od crowd. If a team is secured, the game will be on Aug 6, when the American league teams have an oCf day. , Klrmnycr Stung: on Lip. Quincy Herald: Ollie Kirmayer had a peculiar experience just before the ame started yesterday. He went after a wildly thrown ball and collided with a wasp. The pesky insect did not like the interference and inserted its kisser on the lower half of Ollle's. The sore lip, however, did not bother Kirmayer sufficiently to keep him out of the game. Totals 30 1* Batted for M i l n In n i n t h i n n l n ? 2* Batted for Purtell in n i n t h inning. By Innings: Detroit . . . ,, . . . . O ^ n n n n n o 0-- fl Washington 0 0 0 f» ! 1 n I «-- 3 SUM M Alt Y. T h r e e base hits--Shanks. Morgin. Sacrifice hit--Moeller. Stolen base?--Veach, Gan- cl 11, Alnsmith, Shanks Left nn hases--De- t r o i f . 3: Washington. 8 First base on balls --Off M a i n , 4; of Johnson. " Struck out-By Main, ,"; by Johnson. 10. Time of game-1 40. Umpires--Evans and Egan, OTHER MAJOR LEAGUE SCORES. National. Boston, S-17-1; St Louis, 7-12-1 (12 Innings i. Batteries--James, Rudolph and Whaling". Perritt Pallet. Griner anfl Wingo Chicago. 4-0-0; N e w York. 2-5-0. Batteries --Vaughn and Bresnahan; Fromme, Wlltse and JUcLean. Brookjyn-Plttshnrgh game postponed on account of wet prounds. Philadelphia-Cincinnati £amo poetponed on account of rain American. St, I»ou!s-Fhi!adelphla game callefl In the fourth, i n n i n g on account of r a i n with the score 1 to 1 Chicago, 2-7-0; New York, 0--2. Batteries --"Walsh and Schalfc; Keatiner and Sweeney. Second game: Ke\v York, 3-71; Chicago, 1-fl -3. Batteries--Caldwell and Xunamaker; Faber, Cicotte and Mayer. Boston. 2-4-1: Cleveland. O-2-3 Batterlei --Collins and Carragan; Morton and O'Nell. Federal. Chicago, ft-16-0: St. Louis, 0-4-1. Batteries --Watson and Wilson; Groom, Herbert anfi Chapmon. Second same: St. Louis, 5-10-2; Chicago. 1-6-5. Batteries--Crandall and Simon; Fisk, McGwire and Wilson. Brooklyn, 1-5-0; Pittsburgh, 0-5-2 (12 ln- ninKB). Batteries--Finenran and Owens; Dickson and Berry. Indianapolis, 5-0-2; Kansas City. 3-9-1. Bat- tcrtes--jlullin. Kalsering and Warren; Packard and Easterly. Buffalo. 10-11-2; Bal timore, 6-11-7. Batteries--Moore, Schulz. Ford and Allen and Blair- Wilhelm and Russell ana Jacklitsch. Second same: Baltimore, fi-10-1; Buffalo, 2-7-3. Batteries--Smith and Jacklitsch; Ford, Woodman and Blair. CLINTON MOOSE BEATEN TWICE Game Is Cnuceled. Because of Danville's playing, Springfield Wednesday, the exhibition game scheduled between the Ferry- boaters and the Champaign I. M. team had to be called off. The latter ts now trying: to arrange a game with some other Three-I team. WHITE ANErYOAKUM MEET AT DENVER Denver, July H.-arCharley White of Chicago, and Stanley Yoakum of Denver will mee^ here today in a t w e n t y round boxingr contest. Both men will weigh slightly under 13S pounds. In sporting circles added interest is taken In the match because of White's recent favorable showing in Milwaukee against "Willio Ritchie, former lightweight champion. White la [avor- ite. ALEX LONG^EACHED THE THIRD ROUND Chicago, July 14.--Sensational playing featured the second round of the Illinois state lawn tennis tournament at the Wanderer's club yesterday. Walter T. Hayes, titleholder In the singles, displayed high class form in his third round match, heating Alex Long in straight love sets. The feature match of the day, however, was played in the first round of the doubles, when Van Arsdale and Robertson defeated Fargo and Neeves, only after the hardest kind of a battle. Harold Gifford counted as Hayes' foremost rival In the singles, defeated F. Tatsuma in twelve games. Heath Byford beat F. Weadley in easy style, and Jerry Weber eliminated R. w. Teeter. The second round in the men's singles was completed, and the first round of women's singles was finished during the day's play. In the doubles, Byfora and Burdick, western champions, beat Gooder and Vance without trouble. BRITONS IEAT FRENCH NET TEAM Odor is Defeated, 6-4, 6-3, 4-6,6-4. By defeating Edwwd Oior in thr«» out of four hard-fourht *«nittlonal d-ta'at th« Y. M. C. A. Monday afttr- noon, Curtti Buihtr won tha innutl June tournament. Th» mttch WM on* of tha moet brilliant *ver played on th» "Y" courts. Bunlier wn in tin* form and played a smashing »am«. He won the flrnt two ssta, «-«, 8-8, th«n lost the third, 4-6. He came back hard In the last set, however, aad defeated Odor, 6-4. Odor played c steadier, watchful style. Bueher elowed down a little In the third round and Odor w»i able to win the deeiiion, «-4. In the last i«t, Ku«her came back etrone and won the first two gamea. Odor followed thii by winning two. They split even (or two, then Busher captured the final game. CHILDS QOES. The wlnnlnr o; the June tournament puts Busher In the runnlnr (or the July tournament as hith runner (or the final honors. Chllds, the winner ot the May tournament, leaves for California today, so he will be out of the finals. COLUMBUslsETS FORMER BLUE SOCK Columbut, O., July 14 --Iniielder Milton Rotd ot the Phtlaislphl* Nitlonili hti baen purchag«d by-lh* Coiumbui Am«rlcan ciub. Reed la expected to report here Tutidiy. NIANTIC TEAM BEATS CLINTON Th» Niuitlc ball teim defeated Clinton it Nlantic Sunday in % ilugfeat, ecors 15 to 0. Thft Nlantic batteries were Scott and Scott and for Clinton. Bralth, M-llii. Hildebrand and Ensiling. Pitcher Seott *0t f o u r hits in f i v e trips to the plate. He an'd Wife Visit J. Kelly in Decatur. W. MOOSE LEAGUE STANDING. , Won. Lost. Decatur 8 3 Springfield - * 3 Lincoln 5 4 Clinton 2 7 Pot. .667 .571 .556 .222 Clinton Moose dropped a. double header to the Springfield Moose league team Sunday afternoon, th^ first by a score of 11 to 2 and the ««cond by a score of J to 4. Th5fc puts the Decatur team in first place with Springfield second. Decatur plays at Clinton next Sunday and Springfield at Lincoln. Among the tourists on the old Santa Fe trail during the past week were Dr. and Mrs. L. J. Parker of Cripple Creek, Colo. They are the son-in-law and eldest daughter of J. W. Kelly, 1154 North Edward street. Mr. Kelly had not seen his daughter for six years and had never seen her husband, as they have only been married a year. HERE IN APPERSOK They arrived in Decatur Saturday evening In their Apperson 45 roadster, savins traveled 1,300 miles In five and a half days, They remained in Deca- j t u r until Sunday afternoon, then left ' f o r New York City to see W, D. Kelly and Miss Topsy Kelly, brother and sister of Mrs. Parker. Mr. Kelly ts sales manager for the Fell Electric Piano Player company, and Miss Kelly is singing in opera. Mr. Parker says that the crops, especially wheat, are fine, but that the drouth begins at Quincy and gets worse until It reaches Decatur. ON LONG TRIP. Mr. and Mrs. Parker have had quite a t r i p through the west. They are on a two months' vacation and they expect to visit aJl the Important clinics In the east, returning by the way of Chicago and Omaha over the Lincoln highway, which is a much advertised road. The Santa Fo trail from Colorado Springs 1o SjTacupe, Kan., was fine, of a sandy nature and had not been rained on. But beginning at Sy- acuse, Kan., the roads were heavy from the rains and progress was much slower. GOT OFF ROUTE. They traveled by the Blue Book, but they gat off the mapped road near Lyons and a farmer told them the way which probably saved them miles and no doubt days of travel. From Marion to Lincolnvllle the roads were much better and almost by the time they got to Lost Springs, they were on city boulevards. The roads in Morris county, Kan., were good and showed excellent drainage. On such roads as these they averaged thirty miles an hour. Wimbledon, July 14.--Great Britain today won the third of the singles .tehee im the preliminary round against France in the Dwight F. Davis International lawn tennis tournament The British team win consc- truently meet at Boston, the winning team of the Australian-German matches. . T. K. Mavogordato of Great Britain won a comparatively easy victory over Max Decugis of France In three straight sets, 6-1, 7-5, 7-5. The British team won the first two singles matches Saturday, but were beaten in the doubles by the French pair.. WOULD NEVER v FINISH SEASON Lincoln July 14.--To form a compact Illi- nol« state league, able to support class C baseball, 1* the aim of officials of the defunct Lincoln club, who sought to Interest Decatur, Blooming ton, Peorla, Springfield. Danville, Quincy and Champaign Several "Three-I" cities are staggering beneath the load of class B salaries and it la believed here they would welcome a lower salary limit The mileage of the proposed leagru* would be minimized and the nearnesi of the cities would heighten interest. Feature of Band Concert at Central Park. MRS. BENDER'S LETTER Head of State W. R. Makes Suggestion. This week's concert by the Goodman band will be given In Central park Thursday ntf ht, beginning at I o'clock, A feature will be the itnglng of "America 1 - by the audience, with band accompaniment. This will probably be the opening number at each succeeding concert throughout the season, and Professor Walter alHs that the audience join In tinging this national song. The requeit for thli number come" from Mrs. Inez 3. Bender, department president of the "Woman's Relief Corpt tn a letter to Protenor Robert Walter tn which the live: INSPIRATION NEEDED. "If there it one thing that thl« country of our lacki--that many other oountrlei poaaesi--It Is the love for our national aong«, the alnglng of which would teach the love of country In a pleasing and never-to-be forgotten way. In many countries of Europe no public eatherlng is held without the singing of the national hymn or some other national long. "We need tha Inspiration of this custom, and I would reipectfully ra- Quest that tn the concerts which your excellent band slves this summer you begin your program with 'America,' In ·which the whole audience may join in elnglns. I believe If you will do this the custom will spread and other organizations and other public gatherings will follow It." ·WILL PLAT DTJEV. Another pleating feature will be the polka, "Two Little Bullfinches," a duet for Eb and Bb clarinets, given by Professor Robert Walter and Charles Creighton. Mr. Creighton has played ·with the Innis band, Creatore's band and other famous musical organizations. He has been a member of the Goodman band for several years. PROGRAM. The complete program for Thursday nisht follows: "America"--(Everybody sing). March--"Willow Grove" (E. Sorrentino). Grand selection from "Der Frels- chuts" (C. M. Von Weber). Polka--"Two Little Bullfinches" (H. Kling). Robert Walter and Charles Creighton. "Badinage" (Victor Herbert). Ballet Music from "Coppella" (Leo Delibes). "Spring Song" (Felix Mendelssohn). "Home. Sweet Home the World Over" (.T. B. Lampe). (Note--The composer describes the manner in which "Home. Sweet Home' 1 Is played in different countries, as fnllows: 1--Air: 2, Germany: S, Spain: 4, Russia: 5. Italy; 6. Scotland: 7, Hungary: S, China: 9, Ireland: 1". America.) Selection from "The Enchantress" (Victor Herbert). "Ptar-Spangled Banner." HE SETS HIS CLOTHES AflRE Tb*a Hwnr WlllUm» Dive. Into L*k* With lUller ·!»«·. D»r« Devil Hirry Williams will open tn en»ag«m»nt tt DretmUnd park Wedn«day night Hit tot li to Mt hit cloth** on fir* and rid* down an tn- citnt on roller skates »nd dive Into the lake. H* first don* » lult of heavy underwear that bat b*«n leaked In cold water. Then he_ putt on overall! and Jumper leaked In caiolln*. When he 1* ready to (tart he touches a, match to hii clothes. Tha spied down the Incline fans the tlamei behind htm and he pluncei into the water before he has time to (et icorched. To make It more thrilling he hat ca*ollne poursd on the lake at the foot ot the Incline and thli u also set on tire and he dives throufh the fire, comini up beyond It WEDNESDAY IS ST. SWITHER'S DAY Hal Mmniiut to Seotei Firmeri| 1. ««·« la Ithrrnv, Wednenday, July 15, la St. Bwlther*' Day. This does not mean much to most people, but to the farmer* around thli part ot the country who are the leaf t bit superstitious, it will be a very Important day. There is an old Scotch legend in rhyme which runs aa follows: "St. Swlther'i day, If thou do«t rain, For forty day* It will remain. St. Swither's day If thou be dry, For forty days twill rain nae malr." The old Scotch farmeri put a great deal of faith In the eld legend, just ai the American doei In the case ot the groundhog seeing his ihadow. The story goes that St. Swtthers was burled In accordance with hie request, where the water dripping (rom the leaves might fall on hl« grave. K. OF P.'S PLAN TERRE HAUTE TRIP Deratnr Men o Attend Biennial Encampment and Jubilee. Many members of the Knights of Pythias from Decatur and surrounding: towns are planning to go to Terre Haute next week to attend the International biennial encampment and Jubilee of the order at that place. C. O. Ebel of this city, who is a member of Terrs Haute company No. S, which has won drill prizes all over the country, leaves Wednesday to attend. THOUSANDS TO ATTEND. Thousands of Pythian s from all over the country are expected to attend the encampment and jubilee. One of the features of the week will be the prize drills which will be decided by Jnited States army officers. The famous lola team of Dayton, O., will confer the dramatic third rank on a team of candidates in a large tent erected at Camp Stobbart, which can accommodate 6,000 people. Shirt Sale Still On Our shirts have that snappy city style all men admire. Reductions are substantial. MAIENTHAL BROS. SERVICES AT ST. JOHANNES' There will b» announcement Tor communion at St. Johannes' German Lutheran church Thursday from 1 to 8 p. m. Next Sunday night's service will be in English. The sermon will be- de* iiverea by Professor Boeder. Rev. William Heyne, pastor, l«ft today for Springfield to attend meeting* of the hospital and colles» boards. CROKER COMING TO OUST MURPHY New York, July 14.--Richard Crok«r will return to New York from Ireland next September and seek to oust Chsrlea F. Murphy from the leadership o£ Tammany hall, according to Harry W, "Walker, here yesterday from a. visit to Croker In Ireland. "Big things ara going to happen when Croker comes hers in September." Mr. Walker said, "He hag In ht» possession confessions that ha is going to make public. These will have an important bearing on his fight against Charles F. Murphy, which he will vigorously renew." ·*' Mule* Run Away, J. W. Bell Falls Under Binder. J, W. Sill, a firmer r«»ldln» north et Caaner, iuitala«4 a rather ierlom and painful accident Monday. Mr. Bell wad drivlni hii binder tn from the field, when the mules became frightened and ran away. He was thrown under the raaehtn*. the wheel* running over him and badly crushing hii right leg. Roth bones In the lee just above the ankle were badljr cruihed and the ligaments torn. Mr, Bell will be laid up for at least eight weeks. GAINED 100 IN MORE THAN MONTH Good Iaere»e la Mraberablp a* CUT Y. H. O. A. The city T. M. C. A. m«mber«hlp «a«n- paign Is progressing by leapt and bounds. The total merobenhip to 'ate in T0. The total membership on June 1 wai 163. This means a gain of about a hundred members tn a little over a month. There were, forty-ieven membership! that expired July 1, and during the month of June and a week in July, there hav« been 148 neir member! and renewal! added. The preient ilm of the 7. M. C. A, li to have 1,00" member! by Jan. 1, 1916. At the rale they have been tncreaalng, this number will be eailly reached. TENNIS GOODS! White Khaki Trousen. pilr jl.TB White Flannal Tiouien. pat, ,...|6.0Q Tennla Hose, wool, pair 7S Tennla Rackets $1 to M.OO Everything for outdoor ·port*-- quality merchandise at right price*. HAINES ESSICK SPORTING GOODS. 21T N. 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Our JS.OO boys' wool C7 TS Our «8.50 boys' wool CC 7|J suits at choice **· · " suits at choice *"· · ** Our $6.00 boys' wool C£ Aft Our {10 boys* wool C7 Bfl suits at choice »t«W» suits at choice.......* 1 ·*"» Our $7.50 boys' wool CC Cfl Our $12 boys' wool CO 7fJ suits at choice »W. W W su its at choice »W. I w IEWSPAPES! INE^VSPA'PERf

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