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Barron Steam-Rolled to Tissue
Paper Thinness Much
(From Wcndncsday Advertiser)
There wns more oratory and nolso to
Iho square Jnch in the nominating convention,
which did not nominate, of
the International Longshoremen's Association,
local branch No. 38-49, yesterday
afternoon at Notley Hnll thnn nt
tho recent Republican and Democratic
conventions, per cubic yaTd, put to-
To begin with, tho convention spent
n whole afternoon to no purpose; did
nothing in public and finally took a
to meet ngaln at soven o'clock at
its own headquarters, where tho nominating
committee could endorse candidates
bo that no "newspapermen and
nobody clso would know," behind
Tho feature of tho afternoon wns tho
manipulation of tho steam roller by
Chairman Mossmnn, accomplished in
such a manner thnt "Soapbox" Barron
was run over and thinned down to tho
thickness of n sheet of ordinary, everyday
tissue paper of tho finest quality
in tho markot.
It was n well-organized convention
when it camo together. Delegare Noa
Alull confidently told Tho Advertiser
reporter that thoso present represented
no less than two hundred delegates,
duly elected. Tho credentials committee
showed but fifty-seven delegates
duly elected, with about n dozen of
thorn represented by proxy.
There was no necessity of preliminary
organization. When tho convention
got together tho chairman was suro
of tho temporary and pormnnent jobs
and had previously appointed tho committees.
Chairman. W. V. Mossmnn; vico
chairman, Georgo Kckauohn; secretary,
Beniamin Dolo; assistant secretary, II.
P. K. Mnlnlnnl, and
Platform Gets Lost.
Tho convention really started out to
hnvo a platform committee, but somebody
or other got the proverbial "cold
feet" and tho convention, strange to
say, got along without tho necessary
platform. What tho 'candidates will
havo to stand on must go without saying.
David Kaapu was to bo chairman
of tho committee on platform, which
was not appointed. Why tho miscarriage,
Committee on rules David Ahia,
chairman; Charles Barron, H. P. K.
Malulani, Jas.- H. Boyd and Noa Aluli.
CTcdentinls George K. Kane, Noa
Aluli, John Fernandez, Kaluahino and
Interpreter, James H. Boyd, former
superintendent of public works of tho
Territory of Hawaii, and for some years
out of politics.
Tho liui TJniona convention came to
order nt half-past two o'clock, with
W. F. Mossman in tho chair. Thcro
was no necessity of appointing minor
officials. Everybody knew just what
they were expected to hold 'down.
Kanekoa and Alull said something in
Hawaiian thnt Barron didn't understand,
but, all tho same, ho raised a
row and things looked unpleasant for
a littlo while. Boyd withdrew ns
without having been first ap
Then somebody got magnanimous and
moved tho doors be left wide onen and
that the reporter and another butters-in
be alowed in the sacred precincts of
-the concention hall. Cnrried, with tho
proper applause. Itules wcro suspended
so that those who had coats could
pull them off nnd the smoking contingent
could work thoir cloud effect.
Bert Shnrr.ltt wns nppointod interpreter
and cautioned to say ns littlo as possible
for others 'and speak as much as ho
could for himself. He did littlo of both.
Steam Boll "Soapbox."
Barron got into hot water from tho
vory beginning. No ono quostioncd his
right to bo prosent, but it seemed
agreed that ho was not to know anything
of what transpired. Ho got next
'and protested. Jesse Uluihi got hot in
tho collnr, no ono know why, nndin a
Toal dramatic way bawled out to Barron,
"I'll mako you sit down." P.
Iveawchaku also seemed to havo it in
for tho "noisy bunch" and bared his
arms, advancing in a bellicose, attitude
toward tho "friendless one." Aluli,
liko tho angel of pcaco, grabbed
by tho arm and peace was onco
moro restored, but only for a moment,
os overytimo Barron opened his mouth
Beemed 'imminent. Paulo Hokil
also hnd his Bay. What ho said is unimportant
nnd nobody seemed to caro.
Georgo P. Kano next presented tho
report of the credential committee.
Thcro wcro so few dolcgates entitled to
seats and still fewer who cared to Do
represented that no possible protests
wcro apparent. Tho report was approved.
Then enmo tho report of tho roles
committee and beforo anybody Know
Anything about what was up, and least
of all Barron, ho raised another row.
When tho ehnlrmaii filially prevailed on
lilm to lt down tho atmoHphorn cleared
again. Tho report provided that nil
temporary ulliecrs ho mado permanent
which necessitated JJoyd ngaln resigning
as interpreter: nil luminous to bo
conducted in Kngllih uud Hawaiian,
which it wtifcii't; tho einloHcnioiit of
vn mild nil's nnd tho announcement of
This rained another row mid Ulullil
" ngtiiu Inwlnd llurroii to " ccimo
unit tluit ho wu n man uud not
a ilo Jtnrrnii win ilvuf and null lie
liuil ft minority report which nobody
Mjiutf'I !') bear.
Are Hot Unanimous.
l(c' miilm of tale wuut on record us
jiio.i to tho Uiiioim uoliiu tutu pott
I . n II irpftviili4 bluiaVlf uuii flvu
fillmr iMeudli'ii mi (III) prol u III
jiocliot nud Imd limn Votluf lliwuj
w din i"l tho wrury to nut ilimn
l im i tie, uitd iho oilier Ave, llirnujh
Imui hwimuubii, usul mi rd if op
fWMi'l im I tin JmuhI lulu Ihu ii)lliul
UKUn lU rim ur four il(uj l &liy tig
.! um lli luul Iptthu ! .
ii1 itti fme litltn WHlil lilti lot MM
Iftkru i4 lit uMutl WMI Hill) irtrilllM
new hjh avn
Rival to Old Gamewell System
Seek Footing in
With tho incorporation of tho Donio
Tclcphono Tiro Alarm Company of Hawaii,
papors for which were filed in
tho ollico of tho treasurer yesterday'
morning, hostilities between tho Donio
and the older Gamowcll system havo
formally begun and a long battle, for
supremacy will be wnged ns the lesult
of the older company's roslstanco to
tho invasion of its youngor rival.
Both companies handle nnd instnll
city and private firo nlarm systems nnd
each has points in Its system which it
claims to bo superior to thoso of ita
rival. Tho Qamewell at present is tho
system in voguo lioro, but tue now company
of Hawaii, which is a branch of
thc'Denio Elcctiic Company of Rochester,
Now York, claims to bo moro modern
and superior in many ways and
will nttempt to suporsedo tho old
Tho now system hns supplanted tho
Gamewell in ninny of tho larger Western
cities .and has also mado its influence
felt in the East, whero it has been
In uso in Now York City for a number
of years. At resent tho company Is
attempting to gain a foothold in the
Middle Vest, whero it is carrying on
n fight similar to tho movement commenced
Officers of tho corporation, which has
a paid-up capital stock of $30,000, aro
It. W. BhinRle, resident; A. L. Castle,
E. M. Campbell, secretary;
A. N. Campbell, treasurer. With
C. B. Potter of San Francisco, theso
four constitute the directors.
Incorporators of tho company aro
Robert W. Shingle Albert N. Campbell,
Alfred L. Castle, Eugene M. Campbell,
and C. B. Potter.
PEOPLE TO BE
Picayune Troubles Brought to
Police Station Big Talk
May Be Bluff.
Politics is interfering with tho business
of the polico station. The department
is all on tho job in strict accordance
with the mandate of tho board of
supervisors, '-which has instruct 1 everybody
to attend to business, oven
if tho ultimatum has arrived a triflo
late, but nearly everybody turnod out
to tho Democratic Inst night
and consequent!- but fow cared to
book at tho station or had time to
T. Hirata beliovcs in tho war game
nnd wns charcod with assault and bat'
tcry. He will give his views on tlio
coming peaco convention beforo Judgo
Lariinch this morning. Jacintho Pedro
also got gay with his wifo and she
claims ho dcclnred war ou her. Pedro
camo all tho way from Ewa to scttlo
matters and hostilities between the belligerents
wero called off. Whilo Pedro
was hero attending tho pcaco conference
tho officer with tho signod aud
sworn warrant was looking for him at
Ewa. Tho warrant was served In tho
ity later. Pedro will be given tho bene
fit ot tno uouut tins morning ami uis
small matter will bo nollo prossefl.
M. Defies, W. Nelson, Hemolelo and
J, F. Pearl went wrong or thcro is
a suspicion thoy did, and were held for
investigation. Joe Alvcs is chnrgod by
his wife" with having threatened to kill
her. He hasn't dono it yet, but tho
lady swears Joso said to Mrs. Joso,
"I am going to kill you; I'm going
o tako your life." Judge Lnrnnch
will probably dissuade Joe in the matter.
Joo Puklot is also charged with
havinir said to Carlos F. Pinto, "I'll
kill you." It must havo been a bluff
for ho. hasn't dono it either nnd His
Honor may call tho bluff this morning.
Erina. wahino. is allegod by tho hus
band to havo been "unsobor" and
neglected to caro for hor child. Sbo
will bo told this morning to tako tho
pledge and bo good. Kaoihnna, also
woliino, on her calling rounds yesterday,
did not uso tho proper socioty
language in the vicinity of tho big oil
tanks and is in troublo in consequence.
J. A. Toaguo, a youngster in official
khaki, filled his cellar nnd thought
soino ono's bicycle was him. When ho
nwnkes iu tho jug this morning tho
illusion will havo passed and ho may
ho nllowed to go his way with the
Injunction to sin no more.
A GOOD ETJIiE.
Mako it a rulo of your homo to keep
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera nud
Diarrhoea Romcdy as a safeguard
against bowel complaints. For salo by
Ilonson, Kmltli uo., i.iu., agents ior
by the vote of for und twenty-four
"jUr, ICUOW IIVIUKU1UB UUII
inoii to tho convention," yelled 1 In r roll,
'r won't it'ind for this." Ulullil cunio
up nnd guld If ho didn't quit ho would
inilio him, but ho didn't look tlio
lomt lllio thu limn who could work tlio
kilxxh un tho "lune ono."
Tho iiDthot of It all wan that tho
IJnloim program wu currlorf through
ami llio convention adjourned with thu
appointment of u coiiuiilttuu counting
of ons iiiciiilinr rum tweh looui Hid
loeul brunch, with u majority fnuii Ho
Iu nit-tit nt ivni n'oloek linl
i'iht iid rexrt u IlkwibU (Ut of emi
dldatM who aril mwiilmr of tuv unluii
mul liltniy o liuvii tliu union inuinhcr
mtn fur tlinii) il limy dvu't tumy
iilio who may twuitt lUrotitfti Willi
ihu pilw NUor tlmii lit iirwvlov huh,
Alnuiitf llm IiiIoicIihI miiiJIiIMm
iirwnl hi I lu nwnumtluii wvrti Jm. f.
mfi), t UuiIk J(Militt, IIuUdiI V, I'nr
iff, Juri I'wIj'W MUd K tH UlUlt hUv
mf Lmuwv tuiiviHMiiliiul wlillH
iiliv AU Vrtinilrl, AhJti, Alull
HAWAIIAN UAZETTE, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1912. SEMI - WEEKLY.
TOST. ANDREW '5
Morgan House Purchased for the
Cathedral To Be Known
as "Cluett Home."
A monument to tho gonorous action
of one man will he the "George B.
Lluott Home," to be established by
isisliop llestarkk in the residciice ol
Mrs. James iV Morgan, on Emma street
adjoining Km inn Square. Jong beloro
tno dcuiii ot Air. .vlorg.ui negocidtious
loi tlii) purcnase ot tuu propeity by tit.
Anurew s church nad beuu. Mr. C.u
ett, a n old irknd ot Blsnop Kestanck,
to do boii.oiliing th.lt would aid
the bishop iu putting the church into
n position io wuich it was entitled, and
knowing that the purchase ot tho
propeity wns contemplated, instructed
the bishop to ascertain tho
price and send him the particulars,
fho place could bo bought lor $10,000,
nnd Air. Cluett sent n drnft for tho
amount for tlio building and furnishings-
It was not long niter tills tnnt an.
Murcau met with tho accident which
deprived him of life, and for months
after there wns nothing dono in tho
direction of a purchase. Mrs. Morgan
was prostrated nnd in no condition to
consider nny proposal leading to a salo.
Recently tho deal wns completed and
tho deed passed from her to tho church.
Tho widow is building on Lilihn street,
nnd when lier now Homo is ready ior
occupancy tho cjiurcli will tnko possession
of the Emma-street place nnd
make necessary alterations. Tho liouso
will be used ns the living quarters for
tho older Priory girls.
After Mr. Cluett sont tho draft ho
was btrieken with illness and died. Ho
wns known to every man in the country
through his long connection with tho
manufacture of shirts nnd collnrs in
Troy, New York. Death deprived him
of an opportunity to seo what his donation
had done for tho cliurch in Hawaii.
The purchase of this property completes
the acquirement by St. Andrew's
of all but tho Clegliorn lot of ninety
feet on one side of the square, and it
seems to be but a matter of detail whon
that will bo owned by the church. The
mnkai end of tho church property on
Emma street has its boundary whero
tho Auld estate begins. It is so tied
up with the small intorcsts of heirs that
tho purchase of enough to complete tho
Circuit seems fnr off. With thnt in tho
hands of tho church, Emma and
streets at tho corner would bo
so beautified as to be unrecognizable
as tho place it was twenty years ago.
"During tho past nine years, through
the efforts of BiBhop Rcstarick, there
has been added to tho church ownership,
property and buildings to tho
vnlue of $274,000.
DOES MUCH WORK
Considerable work was dono by the
city and county dctcctivo bureau dur
ing the month of Soptembcr. Through
the efforts of tno members of Ulncl
McDuflie's secret service staff- thcro
wcro d'Jo arrests ciiectcd, wlucli re
sulted in 280 convictions nnd forfeitures
of ball. Tlicro wero thirty-nine
cases stricken from the register "and
nolle pros'd. Tho fines, eostsaud bail
forfeitures amounted to $1-197.
The following list shows tho number
of arrests nnd tho nature of tho of-fcijses:
Gambling behind bnrricaded or
barred doors 42
Receiving stolen goods 1
Selling poisonous drugs (opium).. 2
Assault with a weapon '1
Assault and battery 1
Embezzlement - 1
Gambling, being present nt a gamo 230
Permitting gambling on premises.. l
Will. Spot City With Meetings
Every Working Day in
Tho Democratic campaign coinmitteo
nnnounced IIh program for tlio
yesterday nud decided upon tlio
locutions for tho nubile mooting during
thu thrco weeks prior to the election.
Bundav will bo tho only dity loft
to the politician! to rest their weary
bono, an meetings uru proposed for
both tho fourth uud fifth districts on
every other owning of tho week,
Tlio list Of cwmliliites has been
Into two H'cIIiuk. uud according
(o llio proposal plan thpo cuiiilldutiM
ittnkiii in llio fourth one availing will
bo hU'i'ii uii opportunity of udilrwulnij
lliu I'kilorulu of tho fifth on tlio ful
Tlio following U tliu irogmiu nn
Monday, ttaiohur U, Mollllll
'IHnfliyi OeloLi'r U,
WmImw4i, 0lobf )9i Aikjown
Thurity, 0lMbr IT, end
)Vi4ny, UiUir 1, 1'im ChMli.
lw;d, (Uluhoi IV, W'MMtww
An Effective Fighting Force of
Over 700,000 Ready to War
on Ottoman Empire.
Should Turkey bo compelled to fiht
'ho combined forces of tho countrlet
now opposed to hor Gicecc, Ilulgarin
icrvln nnd possibly Montenegro and
Koumanin sho would have to face an
nrmy superior in numbers and fully Unequal
of tho Sultan's nrmy in n'ctual
fighting strength, says the S.iu Iran
ctaco Chronicle. Turkov could mobilize
within a week an army on her boidci
aggregating botweon 350,000 and 373,- J
uuu men, wituout caiuug on tne, troopi
now in Tunis nnd Arabia, Opposed to
-his, Greece has for active field service
over 50,000 soldiers; HnrgariJ
nearly 375,000 men, Servia 100,000 soldiers
and Montenegro and Roumania
combined 200,000 more. Should these
five countries act in unison, the combined
strength against the troops of the
Crescent would total oor 700,000,
double the fighting strength of tho
Empire Should Montenegro nnd
Koumnnin rofuso to bo drawn into thu
quarrel tho forco against tho Turks
would be 500,000, over 100,000 morj
thnn tho Sultnn could muster, uccord
ing to his 'present fighting strength.
In equipment, the combined urmies
of Greece, Bulgaria nnd Servin are believed
to be superior to that of Turkey.
Vhiio the Turkish army is thoroughly
Europonuizcd in every
and her calvary equal to some of
tho great powers, great .changes havo
taken plnco in tho past ten years in the
armies of thoso countries which may
oppose her. Tlio nrmy of Greeco is to
a largo extent nn untried machine. Her
foiccs hayo just passed through a
transition stage. Tho wholo army has
been reorganized nnd now resembles
in. many important features the eflec
tivo Untisli Hunting nine h'ue. Tho
troops havo nli been roirm od w'tli tho
Mannlichcr Schonaucr riflo nnd arc said .
to bo equal to thoso of any of hor !
The Bulgarian nrmy is modeled to
a largo extent on tho Russian plan.
Tho nrmy is vory largo in proportion
to the population, which is only 4,500,-000.
Tho forco is of tho most modern
typo in every way nnd tho training of
tho troops, especially in musketry, is
said to bo vory good. Tho Bulgarian
troops aro also armed with tho
Servia, witli Its 100,000 fighting men
equipped with Mausor rifles, is
not on the samo basis ns tho
Greek army, but stands up well with
tho armies of Europe. Tho troops of
Montenegro nnd Itoumnnla aro about
on n par with thoso of Servia.
According to past performances tho
Ottoman troops aro better fighters, man
for man, than thoso of tho combined
lorces. ilowovcr, tno Turkish troops
since the overthrow of tho old sultan
and tho accompanying disorder havo
been in a bad state of disorganization,
whilo tho armies of Greece and Bulgaria
havo steadily increased in effi
ciency and organization. Outnumbered
almost two to ono by nn nrmy better
equipped nnd organized, yot possibly
with tho great weakness of lack of cooperation,
Turkoy faces a momentous
crisis in her career of many crises.
"Messrs. Hawaiian Gazctto Co.:
.My classified advertisement offering
nets of lintisli uoloninl stamps lor snio
brought quick return, soiling my entire
collection of these Btnmps ijt a trilling
oxponso for advertising. C. l'"
Tho Honolulu Ad Club luncheon will
bo served at tho Palm Cafe, up stairs.
today at noon. jti. uooding Hold win
read a vory interesting paper on
"Municipal and Political AdvcrtiB;
Monday, October 21,
Tuesday, October 22,
"Wednesday, October 23, Mngoon
Thursday, October 24, Emma Square.
Friday, Octobor 25, Pauon Pork.
Saturday, October 20, Waiannc.
Mondny, October 28, T
Tuesday, October 20, Palaco Square.
Wednesday, Octobor 30, Atkinson
Thursday, October 31, Pnuoa Church.
Friday, November 1,
Saturday, November 2, Waipahu.
ironday, October 14, Pumping Station.
Tucsdny, October 15,
Wednesday, October 10, Wlilia nnu
Thursdnv'October 17. Iwilci.
Friday, October 18, Nuuanu and Jack
Saturday, October 10,
Mondny, pctobor 21, Banyan tree.
Tuesday, October 22,
Wednesday. Octobor 23, Llliha and
Thursday, October 24, lano.
Friday, Octobor 25, King and
Saturday, October 20,
Monday, Octobor 28
Tucjidny, October 20, Knlulnn! tract.
Wednesday, Octobor 30, Kiilllilwnenn,
Thursday, October 31, Kuplolanl
Friday, November 1, ....... ,
Kuturday, Novemhor 2, ,
Mondny, NovBiiiber 4, rloilng of tho
umpuign ut Anln I'nrk.
For Ihp oiiUIiIb rtUtrlcU, tlm following
niiii'lliigs luivo boon ftrrmitfi)'), nnd
ut tlicto guthcrlnirs Oiiinlldutn
wj)l i'" AMUtthl by bo III U'0
liijltlutlvil mid rnuiily tloluls:
Tliuri'luy, Onlolmr 17 Kniivolm,
mouJnj Wulluiijp, uvuilnir.
Biiunhy, Oiluliur JOwiiUIuu, ova-
WfltuJOHl WlkJl'e. yeiliiK . ,
I'rMuy, Uilbr M WhUIiw,
GIANTS AND RED SOX BATTLE
ELEVEN INNINGS TO A DRAW
Thirty Thousand People Act Like Maniacs-Second
Game of World's Series-Mathewson's Great
PRESIDENT TAFT BASEBALL PAN.
Tho President is ono nf tho biggest fans of tho national gnmo iu tho country.
This pictures shows him taking in n baseball gamo.
(Ptoin Thursdiiv Advertiser)
n iviIithI WiriVtn Tpircmih I visitorh wero almost powerless for n.
BOSTON, Mnssachusotts, October 0. !' before Collins, but they fought
(Special to Tho Advertiser) For
eleven full innings here this afternoon,
the Boston Red Sox nnd tho Now Vork
Giants treated 70,000 persons hi this
park nnd millions moro throughout the
lountry to ono of the greatest nnd most
fonsationnl contests over played in tlio
lustory of tlio world's scries.
Tho score at tho cud of tho eloventh
inning was six to six, nnd tho gamo wns
called on account of darkness. It was
a buttle such as has never Leon seen
before. Tho lingo crowd, tho dramatic
incidents nnd heart rending fentures
Tho hopo of tho Giants who pitched I
eleven timings of superb ball.
fc 3C sj 5JC 3fC Jp 3C C 3j ?CfC
uindo mnnlncs of every man, woman
and child that had crowded into tho
great basoball inclosuro, 1
This leaves tho world's scries so far
played iu Boston's favor, they having
on tho first gamo yesterday in New
York. Tho second gamo will ho re-
played on tho Boston field tomorrow.
Christy Mnthcwson sturtcd tho twirl
in i' for tho NnfionnI Leaguers, Ho
pitched sterling ball, but tho Red Sox
sic slit 3k slf stole sickle !c sic lc ik fcslc stcsl. sic sic )k slcsfeskaJc.! sP sic
liiiuiiJltfjiTrii iBnTnOi nli ii i mi i
W. V OAUKIUAN.
Tilt) yrmil rulcli.r of thu Aiuuri.Jii JlmJ
tlUgjlBl IUUUl llllll Mflvll KHUUgll It)
(U llirtw 'mm In llm llnl uim iii Ihu
ilflh hm4 nwiilmr in lliu kigiiih Th
feiii.w..!, . ...-if i,-
"Ko bulldogs nnd nt tlio end of tlio
"rst Half of tlio oiglith Inning Iiad ono
Tlic Bostons then tied it in their half,
" the thousands yelled. Collins was
yanked out in tlio eighth nnd wont to
lIle uencn in tears, wiiuo unit wont in
'" "'" pmcu. " pucuuu umn urn
tenth, whon ho wns ynnked out of tho
no too, Bcdlent roplncing him. Iu
tl10 tenth inning Now York scored on
""klc's triple nnd n sacriflco fly by
McCormaek. who hatted for Hotelier.
Boston camo right back in their half
n,,,l tied the score on Tris Speukor's
j,,u t,roURh Scllnof(.r wllicll ,;.ont ior
inrce unses, nnn uuuy fowls' clena
Tho Red Sox went into today's gamo
with n distinct ndvniitago over their
New York opponents, gained in their
stirring victory in tlio first gamo of tho
series, played on tho I'olo Grounds In
Now York yesterday. This advnntago
enmo not only from the lend of ono
game, but nlso from tho great moral
support resulting from their
victory iu tho initial test.
Wcnther conditions fnr tho second
f A .
Who pitched eight innings aud went
to tho bench in tears.
gamo' wero almost ns good as thoso
.. .1.1-1. -...... M...1 1 KT V 1. .....I..-
,'' "' ' IUV"' '" "vn ""'?, J'"1"'
day. The following was tho linoup:
BOSTON NKW YORK
Hooper, Tf. Suodgrass, If.
Ycrkcs, 2b. 'Doyle, 2b.
speaker, cf. Becker, cf.
Lewis, If. Murray, rf,
Gardner, 3b Merklc, lb.
Stahl, lb. Hcrzog, 3b.
Wagner, ss. Meyers, c.
C arrlgnn, c. Fletcher, ss,
Collins, p. MathewBon, p.
Hull, p. Wilton, c.
Umpires Klom, Evnns, Uigler nnd
Scoro by innings:
'New Vork...O 10 0 0 0 3 10 1 00
Boston 3 0 0 0 10 0 10 1 00
Summary Stolen bases, Hooper,
Herrog, Stnhl, Snodgnips, Threobaso
hits, llerzog, Murray, Yorkes, Merklc,
Hpenkur, lilts, SuodRrnBS,
Hooper, Murray, Uurzog, Lewis (2).
uerifleo lilt, Gnnluor, Sacrifice files,
ITSM)g, McConniick. Htruck out, by
tollins, It by lledlont, lj by Mnthow
von, I. base on lialln, off Hull,
Ii off Hedient, 1. Pitchers' records,
(I lilts, 3 runs off Collins in 7 1-3 in
iiiingsi '.' lilts, 1 run off Hull in 2 2 3
innings, lilt by pitched hull,
gru, by Hrdleut, boiihlo pluy,
.ir to llerwg,
DOLLS ATTRACT ATTENTION.
I About tho mnt .ittrui'llvo place on
. I'orl struiit, ywiterduy ttfturnoon, mpo
'niilly for the liiddion, wu tlio window
' roll of dIU whleh .Iiinluii'x U dlnphiy
ing for Iho Kln' l)iiihliis, Nmri
'uirtlin iifluriioiiii rrnwil of Hllle tf'rl'.
IK rim n tips mid nvvn iluljulmitM ruuld ha
vluiidiiiK broru tlio window unl
IKi'iui I lie diiluly little litfurn with
in. Out' or two iiiuii mi) nvim mtur
mIu i'iioiikIi to ulup, uud It U l""J "
I bulluvo Hint u mmum iitur '
uhl to uu Mllranltnl by u dull
TIunm ilolli will b on mI for thu
Iwoulll ut lh old fulki' Iwwm ut tuu
lluyitl lUwuIlm IMfl, Mlurduy