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BASEBALL EYENINGIiEDITfON FINAL
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FACING < SPORTS RESULTS EDITION
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0 PRICE ONE CENT t NEW YORK WEDNESDAY JIIiVIS JJ 1114 PRICE ONE CENT
IIAEr FINIS H NUSE5
PARI IN STAKE HACE
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St Bellane Gets Boine in Front in the
vtransy Feature in One of the Most
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tStirring Drives of the She psnead
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ThejSricket a 3otoi Shot Beats Out
Heavily Played South Trimble in
Hirst and Spring Is a Surprise in
Ii Third
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lr lrl tn The Kitnlnrr Unrlit j
BH1EPSIIKAD BAV June 29 Hie
FnnsyBtnkM which vent the single fei
tur nt Sneisie > tU this pCt lnooll tur
n aas o the hOI sl nnlshei nl the
ireetln r tHI l ollnne Mrrrv Lark and
I Glnlnniii lt dnotr < 1jarl after a drive
I thaj lixwiitlit thrf crnwd up s Inndlng
fltHelJ1no nnu wan ouioleil with II
1m n1 ia reilhot favorite
IJio 4tabl wah bkcd fVom 7 to A to
rl1 mme > Ilillllps who rode St
Bflnnr asvrrj onfldent Henvold
I il jiirlj pare and walleduntll OII
pl d Niblick had raced Workman
C J in Into submission and Hien he
9 ii Merry Iuk came through at
the > < nnie time and the pilr caught
Klbll9 tJn the last sixteenth
Prpli the sixteenth pole home It was
a rcUihot drive St Belane nnally win
nlnglrj ho fait Jump Merry Iark beat
Ollpln n4nose ron plnce
I Thi < CKoXet fSft tot slot furnished I
a tutpfiir In the opening event > beating I
a havllr Plaj ed favorite South Trim
t bv Jnthp econdraoe Spring also fur I
t nlII sunrise beating Ifurst Park
Jo wrM slrongly backed
Jockey Shaw did noi have a mount on
either of the wo Duijea horscsuant It
Is reported th1Y tie fuw asked for his
release Shawrode Jlje Qlplnmnt < n the
JftJi Jncei The Claimant WHS a2 to 5
l ncatld Id J > ItI II C
Th CrlrLet llnd l7rS7er < l I
CJiB opening rIh wus a mistrry for
th t talent All the wl t oiles bit Jn i
wutli find parsed It up in the next
fJowi South TrlmbloTwa tlie faorltc
with tho c who like to try 1 chance
but the best he ciuwxdo nns to nm
second to Tl0 TrlcKpt a Mtol clmnce
who vent to the front at tho itart and
nnkU r all the riinnlnr won cleverlv bv
5teiiiftli from South Trlmbli who was
lIfl i > ngths In ffont of nardolpht
Sprlnir Konlril HIP Talent
Hurst Park had Martin up today nnd
tliftnlent concluded that the Dalesman
6 killing was to be repented and they
en to him In chunks Snrlng from
Buffalo vthere lie shas been preparing
crfrilrUih tared to the front In the nrit
qunrtrr made all the running andwon
bv a length and n half from Hurst
jark Who o < rtanlv Improved oer his
prtvloim perfonnances Careless nnd
Clotrn rnced dos to the leader Or half
the Jouiney and thep stopped Ilijrat I
Tfk crik second place on the turn and
rtnUlKjl trn lonsths In front of Grenade
vliotwas third
Clone Iliiluli In IniiNr
Tl < Thomn entrv Si Reliant and
Kll k weri hoi favorites In the Tansy
Blakes being barked from S to i tu
cen money Niblick made pice with
OphilHI lold Twi nndthtV ran hehd
a ml head to tin turn iviere Gold Ttiii
drot > pl1 > out of irWorkuiHnHhen moved
ui lo the leaders nnd they turned Into
ti stretch heiidiindbcld Nl1ck 11 I
Vntjcmnn tnen stopped nnd Merry Lark
dSt Bellaue closed on Gllpln There I
m a ridhot drlxe home 8t nellann
ulnnnx IjV h Head from Merry Lark I
nrln h it GHpIn i nose l
nnly n rinllop for Or Well
Th fourth rate WAS onlv a gallop for
Ort cK < lio na a prohibitive fn
vorlt He went to the front soon after
tlC ptart made all th running and won
no llTbv two Inntlis from Meicurr
iho was second all the wav Aurumas
tel 91 rti up easy third four lengths be
JiJrO Menjiry
I lif it Four icnulhs
i iiOJ Claimant Ami SeluilivmUe
I r riic > x1 I III jncl hend to the stretch
ere f II < canu aw y and won easily
r by fnir HcnRthn idom Linda Lee who
t > eU Schuainlte a head
bf > nc iil < p t nnr Winner
P Jteizke wan the oulckesr lit move
butliftiwns outruii hv nob Murphy ho
t the1 pIt to tlio far turn wh re De
Rpskkrt araln nent to the front ind
worr easllv bv a lenrth from Stuyve
Tvhn jlound strong and beut Gold Dome
twp lengths for Ihe placo t
WINNERSMT FORT ERIE
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ronT Jlmtl RACK TRACK Ont
oT Jl 1 ho winder of the races run
h r4 to day are nsfollows
I FfRsV JtXCE Vor four > enrolds nnd
upward six and a half fgrlongs Al
buatl2 Mlndtrt 13to 10 and out won
Tlllkm Ii Ws Dalv 4 to 5 and out
WfOndr Showman104 ICul1o2Q Ho 1
and Sto 1 third > Time 122 14
8MCOKD RIACB Twoytnrolds four
ml ahuli fui longs Sanpan 107Munro
i 4 tjlLnnd 6 to 6 won Wnlzetto 1M
n cdd rat ndJ4 to n and out second
Star AVI1I Shine Hfi Qulnn 100 101 nOd
SO 10 1 third TmeiOM S4
THIRD RACE Threeyenrolds and
I upronfmle nurdette 107 Romancllll
ftito 5 ahd out won Early Oy11YI
Wb derly31010 lull out second
I BtnfqnsoIXI Minder 5tol and evtn
thlrdl Tlmi1421
t uwhkjl RACE Twovoarolds flve
furloi5sKlttv Plait 107 Mumo > S to I
rand Stol WQn Bandy Ahfly 107 Ro
ir in l 3 to D and out second Miss
i > IIrlo 101 IIIoad t 50 to 1 mid 20 tn 1
third TlmcrlOI
1 I FIETH HACEfouryenroIds and up
If x find K hiilf furlonriMerrlment 107
< Wonderly S to lnnd 4 toG won HOI
1J5 Romnnelll5 to 2 and 4 to B second
IIt1ll1l1r U < orto 6and3 to 3
tllld TlmeI22Ii
f < HIXTH nACBThrceyearolds arid
< iqTrirrilmttannd jnoJixeenthPlay
Hall1 KJCW Dab i t tollnd 8 to6
flrst Boortle 1M Wation ato Uand
iSJOiJjiecond Benclcart Hi Wonderlyj
v a < j ut I 1IIUe 1
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Pi h1i1 q J W
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THE WINNERS
FIRST RACE The Cricket 30 to
1 1 South TrImble 13 to 5 2 Bar
dolph
I SECOND ACEs r ng 8 tol
1 Hurst a k03t 6 2 Grenade 3
THIRD RACE St Bellanb 8 to
5 Merry Lark 3 to 1 2 Gllpln 3
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I FOURTH CEOrt Welli 1 to
14 1 Mercury 4 to 1 2 Aurumai
f ter > 3
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FIFTH FfACE Aglje 6 to 1 1
Linda Lee 40 to 1 Schulamlte 3
0 >
SIXTH RACE De Reizke 11 to
5 IjStuyve frto 5 2Gold Dpmt 3
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r Lp 1SJJNlS ES
t m glJI > niETRCK
8T UOUIK rlfo June 2 The races
i 1ieh crl 1o7arfjre uniid in ollowsl
j Jlltlr RACFcFQltanl jnehalf
furlong WotTb 1orotta M lIp
nnnputrurotta O tA7ae < fond
Fruit S to third Tlma05 p
I SFCO tt AACTbreeqlu1rl8JII of a
mllcMyon 1 tf3 Mewling DiSrvlsh S tg
r und4 to R Uudv Tellic T ro 1 for
place WJM second Second Mate d to 3
third Time Ii20
THIRD nCJo One mile and t enlv
vard i Won by Pretension Imp 4tol
and 310 2 Athena 2 to 1 fix puice
> uii second Mountebank tol third
rime 143 12
FOURTH RACKThreequarters of A
mil commodore i to S cfo e and 1 to
3 place flrst Hnrmakls to 5 place
rconi1 f > Kane out show third
JlmrI81
t t
Firm RACKMlle nnd oneelghth
Won b Hymettus 3 to 2 Iud l to i
place Thane 1 lo 3 t plnce was sec
OOJ IeWohn l t0 Ihlrll Time
HAWTHORNE RESULTS
HAAVTHORN RACK TRACK CHI
CAGO June MFolloiUng were the fe
tilti of the races ran here today
KIHBT RACESIX furlongsWon by
Pctrr J Bomers 7 to 2 and S to ill
I > alny J to i and 9 to 10 was second
InClnl tll1oll i lo 1 nd to 2 > third
SKCOND ilACKSteeplechasc sliprt
oollrson by Handvlce 9 l jahd 7
I 10 Eva Moe 4 to 1 and 7 to S was
second Sohwartzwald 13 to 1 and 4 to
1 thrJ Time 243
THrnn RACfSlx tllrlnrilC Wnn bj
lIurll h I 10 2 mil to 41 = Farce 5 to
I anel 10 IO wn pcond Skilful 17 tvj
1 111 14 10 I third Time 113 lS
FOURTH lUrCMII and n half
Won h JnrrliJll 13 10 iillnd 7 to 1Yo
rtSIAl < lr I ° lin < 1 10 10 W >
cond Allna Dufllur 10 aid3 tor
IIJlrd Tltnr
FIFTH RACKOne mlleWon by
Jor3t1u V V and II to 0 Incu
tiator 3 toil and <
even was second The
Lady 60 to 1 and 20 to L third Tlme
In
EASTERN LEAGUE
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BUFFALO AT BALTIMORE
FIRST GAME
RHE
Buffalo 0 000 0 02 0 2 4 8 3
Baltimore 20020100 6 IS 2
BatteriesKissinger nnd Shaw Ad
klns nnd Henrne
MONTREAL AT JERSEY CITY
7 RHB
Montreal 0 020000 i 0 ft t 6
Jer ey City 0212013 It 9 2
Batlerles McCarthy nnd McMnnus
Radon and Dillon
ROCHESTER AT NEWARK
NEWARKRHE
RHE
Rochester o o o o o no I 0 lh2 o
Xewark 30000010 440
Hitterles Fertsch and McAuley Hes
terfer n < l Sherj
BUFFALp BALTIMORE
SECOND GAME
R HOlt
Buffalo j 3 4 n 0 0 0 0 ft7io i
Baltimore 0 I 1 l nl 2 1 7 10 t
Batlerlen Oreen McOe and McAllis
ter Burchell and Robinson
TORONT hAT PROVIDENCE
Game postponed nceount of rain
01
EASTERN tiEA JU STANDING
1 on 101 P
nutr lo Ii 3i 15 7I
Jenl Clf 30 It 611
DI Ilmbre 29 20 m
N rir < 24
lroldenoe 1 4
T r nl 22 2 U
M nlrrl 0 6
nOChrlw
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C 10 r k i Coachmen Coectera
Cook0iCa nlera and Canyaffera all
may bo obtained through World
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W c J 11
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BROOKLYNS WIN
I IN NINTH INNING
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Jack Cronin After Pitching Good
Game Slams Out a Two
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I Bagger Bringing In the Ne I
I cessary Runs
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DUGGLEBY IS KNOCKED OUT
OF THE BOX IN THIRD
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Sparks Takes His Place and
Holds Hanlons Men Down
1 Until the Last When Timely
I Hits Told
BROOKITX
R H P O A n
lnbb cf n i 2 n n
P lion Ih 1 l is n o
IumlV > rf 1 1 I 0 0
Ji ltr rf i 0 o
Dab rf 1 0 O 3 0
lltlc 2l > 1 I I 0
XfcCorplrU 1i 0 II 1 1
Hergoril i I I 7 0 0
Croilil Pi 1 ft I 0
Totals 10 17 9 t
rHIIAUElPHIA
RH PO A E
Barry cf > 1 0 0
aita on 2h 1 3 I
Lush rf r 2 I n
OojlV IIi 1 II 1 0
nelhc 1 I n
Mngee If uT 0 I I 0 0
Hnll 3b I II 0 0 I
Hulswltt u 0 I 3 I I
D I lpb 0 0 0 I 0
Spark P n 0 I 0 0
Tltun 0
fowls 6 P 2
Sparks relied Dugftleby In the third
Tltiy batcd for SparKv
I ROORE HT INNINGS
Brooklyn o 3 3 0 0 0 ft ft
I Philadelphia ftl30200ftpfl
Flrnt bnse n ballOff Cronin 3 off
jfprfrk I off DugBeby X Struck nut
iiiu Cronin C bv Sparks br DUB
i < fiy i Twoi > aie hlu bumley oe
l r Dovle Huliiwltt Dlllnn Cronm
fltoten basesOensleT Babb Itimh < >
lloitbl > ulnis dewier and RHer Uirrv
and Oleaion Hulswltt nnd Dovle Hit
by pltoaer Dnbb Dole Tltu Lusn
Umpire Kmille and Carpenter
sill oT I 1ARK PJlOOKrVX
June i The Brookl > ns hal tlif
Phillies today In th ninth Inning Jack
lionlnislammcd out a tTuvbicser which
uon the Rnmp
Flrnl I nn Inc
Doblf opened far HrrnklMi ami RIM
lush n Mgn ont Dillon lined out tn
Uojle runilcy went nut on striken
NO RlXS
Barry was a lctlm of CronlnK curves
Qleasbn lilt to centre for a sack Iullh
ned put to Oessler who threw to nit
ter doubling up < Oleason at fecund
NO RUNS
5rcoiiel Innlnu
Oenler droe a hot one past second
foi a base IJabb w Blxen a free
pais Rlttcr iiuntc1 ind was nllpned lo
b at It out McCormlclt filed Co Lush
Bergen got a choice Rltter being afe
nt secopd on Hulswlttn error Gei < sler
scoring CrOnin deil to B rry Babb
scoring Bergen was cniight napping off
tlr < t but not before Rltter lind scored
THREE RUNS
Doyle win given a base nn hills
Roth singled 11 centre Mugee UIK
out Rltter to Dillon Doyle scoring
Hall filed out to Doblx Hulswltt was
easy for Cronin and Dillon ONE RLN
Tlilnl Iniiliiur
1 Dohbs singled past third but nas
forced by Dillon Oleason to Htil lit
Lump doubled tu right t M ler did
lh < same scaring Dillon and lmnloy
Sparks hen relieved DugglvDy In the
box He hit Babb with his llrit lull
walking him A double steal was suc
N oaMIIII > noiKed Rltter fanned out
McCormick wa ofl on Qlenon > er
ror lee ler crossing the plate Mo
Coimlrk vas caught trilling THUKK
RrN8
Sparks wont otu la the McConnlck
Dlllou route Bnrrv singled Glcnon
fdllowi 1 sylt Iush was afp on Alf
Cormlcks error nun scormg Dole
doubled Ol nsnn nun IUli rroilng tne
plutr Doyle was caught at third on
Roths Infield lilt Magee nis easv foi
Rltter nnd Dillon THRKB RUNS
Foil rlli Iniilnir
Urrxo filed out to Doile Oronln
tingled to left Dobb < forced him at
second Qleason tn HuUnltl lobb
was nalod on jI steal NO RPN3
Hall fouled out to Bergen Hulsnlti
struck out Brrtrk got a tvtts for his
patience Barry fouled to Dillon NO
nUNS
Plflh Iitnlnn
Dillon popped up a foul foi Until Ium
ey sot a basil nn lialls Mini iioli rtcond
Oeiler Hied to Bairy who ihrw to
jHcono catching Iumley on n iloublL
NO RUNS
Dillon took care of Qleasnn unas
rlsted Lush was safe on MrCormcks
wild throw Doyle wo < hit by H plioneil
ball ijbut was forced out at second b
Roth Rabb to Rltter Mugen singled
and LUsh scored MaRce wan raught on
a steal Roth scoring TWO RfNS
r Sixth Inninur
Babb was out Doyln to Hparkx HH
ter got a base on balls XlcCormlck lilt
< o Hulswltt who caught Rltter at e
ond and doubled u0 the batter at Mrs
NO RUNS
Hall wa easy for Rltler and Dlli > n
rlulswlti doubled to left Sparks mls < d
the third Btralglit one Bnrrv was
thrown out by Babb NO RUNS
Srrn h Innlnpr
Bereren gave Roth a high foul Cronin
urs avlotlra of Spnrkss curves noth
got undfcr Dobbis fly NO RUNS
dleasonflled out to Iumley Lush did
likewise to Oessler Doyle completed
Ihfitrio Dobbs fettlng blsfly NO
RUNS 1
I I 11hth Inrihr
Dlllondoubled to left Lumley fouled
to Ppye Oessler filed to Limh Barry
ot inder > Babbs hlch one NO RUNS
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FOR RACING CHART AND OTHER
I SPORTING NEWS SEE PAGE 2
AGED MAN ENDS
I LIFE WITH ACID
Franz Deub at the age of sixtytwo wearied of life an
ended it with a dose of carbolic acid this evening at his horn
No 104 West One Hundred and Fifteenth street I
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ST LOUIS AT CHJCAGO AMERICAN LEAGUE
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ST LOUIS i 120000112 7
CHICAGO ft 000221 001 6
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CHICAGO AT ST LOUIS NATIONAL LEAGUE
CHICAGO 1 0 0 5 0 0 0 1 1
ST LOUIS 000000001 1
LATE RESULTS AT HAWTHORNE
1 Sixth Race The Belle 1 Regale 21 Dixie Lad 3
jl
AT ST LOUIS
Sixth RaceDr Schensonhurst 2 Lansdowne I
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BOY FATALLY T BY COMPANION
YQRK Pa June 29 Jesse Banner sixteen years old whi i
playing with his companion John Wanner about the same age
levelled a small rifle at the Jailers heart and pulled the trigge
The weapon was discharged and the boy was wounded so s
riously that he may die
M w c4 t t i i
LIVES SEVEN DAYS WITH BROKEN BACK J
MOUNT VERNON N Y June 29 Frank Carlin Iwelv1
years old who fel from a tree seven days ago is living al
though his back is broken He is In New Roohelle Hospital
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THREE ARRESTS MADE
FOR SLOOJM DISASTER I
t I
Surrender ot VicePresicent Hill of Knicker I
bocker Company Followed by that of Sec I
retary Atkinson and Director Corbin I
VlceIresdent ChHrlii K Hill Sec
retary James K Atkln on and Plrecto
Klnjd S Corbin it the Knickerbocker
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RESULTS OF
TODAYS BASE
BALL GAMES
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
BOSTON AT NEW YORK
Boston 00 t 000000 I
New yOlk 0 I I 1 0 1 0 0 4
I5atterle Wllllt and Xcedhnm Mc
Olnnll > and Warner
BROOKLYN AT PHILADELPHIA
BrooMyn 0330000 d 2 8
Philadelphia 013020000 6
BntterlenCrrmln and neritrn Dim
Rich nnd Roth
CINCINNATI AND PITTSBURG
these
for
No same WIIA scheduled
clubs
NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDING
ir J rc ir ic
New Vorktl IH KDflt Ix iils2S2 9 IBI
ClilciiRi 1 21 Si Drookljn ii 1H nn7
Cluvlniiatir l nn Huston IT W
llltsbiirii31 2S V rhllaphlalM I St
AMERICAN LEAGUE
PHILADELPHIAat WASHINGTON
Uinic called on ircount of tMln
CLEVELAND AT DETROIT
inme called on iccount uf riln
NEW YORK AT BOSTON
flame postponed on account of Ill III
AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDING
ir L 1 H r re
Boston alJ1 GCCleteUnd8 i > 228
New York34 S3 IJU7M Louis S1 3s 47
Ctilc ifOi7 i 1QUelroltJU 404
hllaphU3l Si V 4 Uuililng n 10 4 > IK
Roth Ku0 ail ilrfinnliiK exhlhltlon
ami MaKce followed the v > jiiple Mall
was also out on xtrlkes i > O RLXS
Mntli limliiHT
Rlttrr Illcd out to Magce McOormlck
gave Rnth a hlfih foul Horsen ilnnle1
to light Crnnin sent out a beaut for
two tacks tcnrlnff Hergen Dobb ln >
glMl nnd Cronin tallied Dillon llle to
aicacon TWO HUNS
Hulswltt foucd to Dillon TIUis bat
ted for Spark He wan hit by n pitched
ball Harry fllexl to Dillon < Oleiuwn jot
a base on balls I < ushwas also hit by
n pitched Tnll filling the hasei Doj
dleJ RUter to Dillon NO RUNS iJ
J
J
Hm > Q l Company nurrenderwl to I
I Coroner Berry Lite thl afternoon and
i nnnounsed thiil UIPJ were ready to
I anvner any charge thai mlRht be made I
I
against them In connection nlth the
I
I Den Slocum dlniKter Mr Hill and
Mr Corbin were releaxod In J00i ball
each and the ame ball had been fixed
I for Becretar > Atkinson but Coroner
ttcrry announce that he w nil Id not ro
I Irtme Atkinson until he kept n promlw
t mall some dnji imii to produce Die
books ol the company
Mr Atkinson ild the Coroner
nhen tho secretary xurrcndered him
elf you promised dayi ngrt to pro
duce the liooks of your compiny You
have not kept YOllr promise Lntll the
hook are produced I commit you to
prlion nltliout ball
Lawyer MMinus prote ted aRalnst
such nn arbllrirj ruling but thn Cor
oner YOII obdurate
I must have tho c books he said
HlnrtiMl Xflir IhrHoiik
Iawcr McManu started ritnvnlonn
In a hurry to Rd the books Meantime
Atklnsnn remained In the Coioiurr of
lire If the book < nre nut urned oer
to the Coronet Alklnmiii will have to
xprnd the < ilghi In jill
Ml Alklnson alil that the other dl
rcctois nouM rentier themiche to
morrow Mfinllnn honever u bod >
iltiJinient hall turn l Micd w Capt
Tease of the Uruiul Republic tne com
modore of the Knickerbocker Com
pano licet and ilris thr arc seaich
InK for him
VicePresident Hill 91 ni the tint uf
Hi trl > to Miircidei hlmvelf hlle
ileteotlves were sltll nearchln tor him
ho wilk 1 Into Iho Rnthgntc aenue
police Mttlon and surren > reil to C pt
IVi rl >
III Hill was accompanied Iu the sti
tlonhouso b > William lu Roche I
wealthy friend of lirookljn A oon
as the aciuicd mans name had been cu
lt rod on the station register I La
Rocho presented 1 bond for his ball
glvhiK as curly property north JSUVJ
tho same amount of ball IH wus tlxcd In
tht canuof President Barnab
Men Alrvuil Under rrent
Theiu men ere jrie ted prior to Mr
Hills surrender Krank A DninJbt
president of tho Knickerbocker 1lm
boat Compariy who surrtnderd ind
was released In J000 ball
Miito KlanaRin of he HIjLlii te
teased In flOOO ball
Henry Lundbcrg United ytilci stenm
oat Inspector released In JUOO ball
Capt Van Schalck of the den 8lJ
cur held prisoner at tha Lebanon lluj
pltal
Not a Director Curbln Snlil
Early last uvenlng a Woild rei > orter
aaw Mr Corbin and that gentleman
t n
Continued on Second PsjieJ
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E HU
I MGINNIT 8ATS
THf 8fANfA TfRS
Iron Man Goes Up Against
the 13 Hoodoo Again To
Day but Shakes It Off at the
Expense of Bostons
IX SCATTERING HITS AND
ONLY ONE TALLY OFF HIM
I
Giants Continue Their Great
Gants Contnue
Streak To Days Game Mak
ing Their Thirteenth Straight
Victory
GANTnMdO
RKPO A F
nrernalian c 0 2 1
Browne rf 0 0 0 ft 0
Dexlln Hi T ft ft 1 30
McOinn lb I 2 1 I 0
Mnrtes I 2 I 0 il 0
Dahlen ss 1 0 ft I < 1
fHlbert 2b 0 I
Warner c ft 0 3 0 1
McOlnnlty P 00 0 2 0
Roverman c R 0
IT lal 4 i 2 1 3
I Bowerman retle > ed Warner In elihtli
BOSTON
RIIPOAJB
d O I I I 0
Oe
TMnp lb 1 O I 0
0 1 1 0 I
eannpll I 0 0 0 0 0
Ahbalcchlo u 0 0 2 5 I
3b n I 2
lphll
namer2b 0 0 I 0
eedham c I 0 0
1 p 0 1 0 6 0
Toul 1 6 24 16 3
BCORK BT INNINGS
Do ton 001 0 00 0 0 0 1
Oanu 0 1 I I 0 0 O
b First Hase on Balls Oft McQInnltv I
r Wllll 2 Struck OulIIY McQIn
I nlty I liy Vallls 2 TwjUnse HlI
Tenney McQnnn Dflehnniy Stolen
HdketOlltrrt I fanned llnll Ni1
him lilt by Pltclnjr bbatlcchlo
l mplrc Mr John tone
Pp cUl to Th Kirntns World j
POLO OUOrNDH XRV YORK June
< > n6stoii Wan Just ns rnty The
I Rlnnts took them Into vamp today with
onere > to jpire Tin ilron ManMmd
i thn Benneaters Rll tn hand a all
Mnge < of lhi session ind kepl the few
hits Ihe Rot so far npnrt that the >
moulted iiu feither In ninKettlng
1lml IniilliK
111 KI N thrown out Iclln to Mr
CJanii Tenney singled Tenney reachd
ond on Warners overthrow but was
riURht nt third t n Brefnahrtns throw
lo IJfilln Cannel fanned NO RUNS
IIiesnnliAii nus nilded out by Raymor
nnmve iujldMt find the good ones
Ielh as OB > y out Delehanty to Ten
nej NO RlNft
Nrvnnil Iniilnff
irnevs prounJer wnll plckcl up by
Dihlcii nnd tni runner was killed II
tlrst Ahbatlcohli
Irsl splash nas lasted
to iliiI h Mi 3linlty Oelehnntv nied
out to Hresmhin NO niNS ne
MrfJirin WIIN sift Vlllls tn Tenn
AIili reuuii U 11101 on Ahbys fumble
Dililn dribble wn tnken cure of bv
Vlllls and trssid to Tenne Gllbtrr
Hneltd mill Mtrlo Tossed the rubb < r
iMIbert tole etonnJ Vnnier fouled
out to IVIelunl OXi RUN
Th I nl Imilntf
Riijmcr uarhed llrst on Dahlens
fumble Nfedliiirn forced Jtarmer at
wond Dnhlin to Gilbert Williss pop
filed to illbrrl Devlin lls tu cei
Gelers hard one nnd the runner wii
safe Tcnnej doubled scoring Need
barn finmell wus out Dahlen to Alc
Ginn ONF nrx
McCilnnltv was thrown out AbbaUc
ohio U Tenn v Brevnahan tot a pasi
llrunne puundrd the leathe for a base
Devlin fonvl Browne it secoiil Ah
britlcio tu Raymor le McCann doubled
ijtorliiK Iln > nahan but Devlin < Ir
OXI2 nailed RUX at third Goler to Dolehanty
Foil r h InnlnK
Carney struck out Ball was easv
Gilbert to McOunn Delehanty doubled
Kavnr flled out to Ulesnnhan XO
R LXH
Merlin xlngled nrd rearhed second un
inneirs erroi Dahlen x iJillble wnt
IIhle
pkkMl up bs Tennev HILert slnRKil
aivl Jlertes scuntl Gilbert stole sec
olid Warner fmnd MtClnnltv was
lh1 In
I WI
m 1 1 ollt al nrt I > Willis OXi
llh Innlnv
elh1 o a I I 1 McOlnnlt 10
tlcUln 11 fel 11hln r Mc
0111 etr Ihronn out > Dcvmi
II ns NO
HINS
Ieloliunt threw Brc out Drown
rwn
was soft Rimy lo Trnne Batty not
iinilci Devlin pop tip NO RINS
Mxth InnlnK
Toiinix died I at first Glb rl ettfijt
the as It Gilbert pulp down 1lfg
> Carncj was fooled NO
1
III No
MfUann beat his bunt Merles lied
lo Gelei DAhlen gut to first on le1
ne > A error McGann icolngl to third
Gilbert MlnKled McUann scoring Vni
rier fouleil to Xeertham Xeedham threw
to second nnd Dalileu Irjlng to score
HHH pinched at Ihe plnte IJatty to
Xeedhani O = F RlX
< < ptriitli InnlliB
Hat wa hit by a pitched lull Del
hit to Dahlen but Gilbert dropped the
ball on tho throw to catch luitj Ray
mer was tossed out by Will Needham
fouled to McUann VII1I bunted
nfely Geler < ner na nailed by
IMhlea VO HfXS nnlrd
McGlnmty nievl lo Cnnnell lUtty
and TCIIIIV took cjte of Breinuhan
Browne bunt wn lmple for WHIM
who IClloj him out to Tenney NO
nixs
iiulill > Innliiu
Bonermnn ent In to catch Teiinry
vai Mirnwii out hr Dahlen Gln
fillnre to nelJ sivv Cnnn ll his
10 Carney fanned 1 Bat forced
CannH DaMn to Gllber XO RtXH
lolln Illp l to IlatO MrGann wnlk < id
nnd Kot second un a passed ball McQinn
nas nipped stmllnK third Necdham to
Del RINS Jlcrtes Hied to Raymer NO
Mnlli IniiliiUv t
Del went oui to Dnhlen R jmer
wal uhlppvd out bv D lln Xeedhant
waited nnd ambled Willis fouled to
iijwermun NO RUNS
rIHIMEN nYINH
RUM FUMES or
GAS ANU HMOKE
Nearly Fifty Arc Overcome While Bravely
at Work on a Blaze at Broadway and
ola 1
Broome Street Battalion Chief Guerin and
Capt Levy Being Seriously Injured
VICTIMS SWEPT DOWN LIKE
SOLDIERS ON BATTLEFIELD
Fire Started in a Basementat tNos483 and 1 mt
485 Broadway Among Celluloid and Tor
toiseShell Goods Many Women So1
Badly Scared They Fainted
VICTIMS OF THE BROADWAY FIRE
BATTALION CHIKF LUCAS >
BATTALION CHEF OUB1UN very serious f
CAPT EDWARD LEVY of Engine Company No 20 to StVlncest t
Hospitl may die J i > j
LIEU JW1N HjLtNK Engine No 12 serious p
LIEUT JK FERRIS Engine NOJ 27 tJ
JOHN RILEY Engine No2f to Gouverneur Hospital serious H x
GEORGEVOCHMAN t St Vincents Hojpffal serious w VBE1
BERNARD BROCKWELL Englno NoM U > jf
THOMAS MCANN Engine No 12 M > < > t J < i j 1 j f
FUEDBRICK BELLOC t >
FREDERICK CLARK EngineNo 12 7 1
1
OEORQE FEITH Engine No 27 JV
WILLIAM CODY Engine No 27 W
JOHN WANDRESS Engine No 27
JAMES KELLY Engine No 27 f
THOMAS HALPIN Engine No 24
MAULIFFE Engine No 20
JACOB ABBOT Engine No 3
PATRICK MKEBVER Engine No2f serious
OSCAR DOBLER Engine No 2J
STEVEN HEALEY Engine No 20 45
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JAMES PAGAN Engine No 20
A G GARRISON Engine No 20 v >
JOHN CONNELLY Engine No 20
JAMES McGOFF Engine No 31 A
OLIVER PASTIMF Hook and Ladder No6
THOMAS McUERMOTT Hook and Ladder No6
JOHN McDONOUGII Hcok and ldder No6 i
JOHN OEISS Englno 11 Oonvcrneur serou T
JOHN MCARTHY Hook nnd Iaililor 6 New York serious
THOMAtj DEHMOUY Hook and Ladder 6Gouverceiir ser
JOHN MDONOUGH driver for Deputy Chief Kruger
JOHN GERFP Engine 31
THOMAS MCANN Englno 12
ALBERT CASTINE Engine 24
Capt LAWRENCE llnglnc 24
t
WILLIAM VAUGHN Hook ant Ladder 8 i
EDWARD REARDON Hook and Ladder S
HIRAM BOOTH Hook and Ladder 8
Lieut J J KELLY Hook and Ladder 8 > >
PETER KNAUBR Engine 2H
VALENTINE WRIDIG Englno t
JOHN MONAHAN Engine 20
HENRY TANGEMAN Engine 13
l
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Acting Battalion Chief OWEN MKERNAN I
Actng MW <
Fireman MICHAEL J OlJONOHUE driver for Battalion Chief Larhla >
Fourth Bittallon r i
I
Nearly fifty firemen wrc Ol cum I by smoKe and gas at a stubborn tin
that started shortly before nol today In the subcellar of the double flvoi
story brick building at Nos 4S3 and 415 Broidway extending through t
Nos 56 Ind 58 Mercer street Hall n hundred omployecs were driven from
the building and the Inmago Inflicted hy flre water and smoke was esti
mated at between 150000 and JiOOOCO
I Is feared that four firemen will die and the pallant old vet
eran Battalion Chief Gucrln IE In St Vincents Hospital battling against
death He has been Injured so oltcn at rircs that his comrades hatet
think of what the outcomo will be
LIKE A FIELD HOSPITAL
Mercer street In the rear of the burning building resembled a field
hospital between 1 oclock and 3 oclock this afternoon Lines of firemen
lay stretched out on blankets lth ambulance surgeons working over them
As fat as they revived they tried to go back Into the flre and some of
them fought so hard that as mnny as flvo policemen were required to hold
them down Lieut John H Link aftT being revhcd once Insisted upon
returning to help his men Fifteen minutes later he was dragged out mor
dead than ale nnd hitrrld lo a hospital In an ambulance
No alien of x blaze was set while
the flro lasted but from the bue
mot nnd nubbasement of the building
at Nos 13 In1 15 Hrondway there
pure a Hood of smoke thAt hid t p
imllght for block to tho north and
eastward The Ire wni In tlgluly
packed stores of celluloid and tortoise
shell wnrcs nnd elks and the smoke
was deadly Giving to the Inability uf
Ihe firemen to locate the Mat oflli
blare I was found necessary to Hood
Iho basement and the first floor
CaltL ery M ay Ule
This mibcKl of flcbtlne the flunu a
< 8 >
mot caused the death of Oiot Levy
of Knslne No W He responde1 to th
it rut alarm with his company and wxs
the nrst fireman n the bulldlnr n
lerlni the flrst floor on the Mtrcer
street side
Kvery mnn who nlll with him
wa overcome nnd draeKfl OJ After
threequarter of an hour hf wa
misled fiahiue corps men followe
tli lln of his ho c snd found him on
the floor bliif on his back with tratw
almojt foverlin his face A f W JTl9
utej more nnd he wouM linve been eo
ered i 4
Chief Croker went to the flr efl JOiif
Continued on BecoaA Pujf
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