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I j BOXING GAME KNOCKED OUT
L y RULING OF THE COURT
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OIA LULU liiL
j LOST BY FIRE IN
II A BIG TENEMENT
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Five Perish in Flames and a Baby
Slipping from Mothers Arms
Crashes to Death on Flag
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tones in Yard
I
l Three women and three babies met death In a fire which destroyed
r the big doublo decker tenement at No SOD East Ninityseventh street
Ihls iitcrnoon
One ot the babies was crushed to death br slipping from the arms of
its dying mother on a fir < > c3eape nnd landing on the pavement below I
Two firemen were fatally hurt by tumbling from a ladder and another
fl5 ocrlously Injured In the same way Many others were hurt In the
strugjle to escape from tha building
Ttio blazo started on the ground floor Within ten minutes It had swept
up through the entiro structure following the stairways and cutting off
the eecarx1 pf nearly all within The fire escapes were jammed quickly by
j i a firo maddened mob
i I Men fought with the women for first place They poured down Into
Ij the first floor escapes till these were full and then they Jumped to the plO
nzeat below
JIajiy were hurt In dIng this
I One woman tried t6 pass her year
i l U baby to a friend on the other fire
1 wcnpe She dropped tho Infant and
t l t fall to the stone below ana was
lIIeoj
women fainted nthl
Several of the
lth added to the confusion
Three policemen who jaw the imoke
I ran to the scene They were llealy En
fm right and Itichmnn of tho East Elfin
tyelnhth street atatlon They drew thftlr
i clubs nnd ran up through the building
i nnd out on the fire escape where they
beat back tho terrorstricken men nnd
ompeled them to wait till tho ttrcman
Jiirrlvcd nnd placed ladders As soon ns
I i ihls wa done the tenantn descended to
1 the street In rafrtv
Ono of the flrst men hurt was Fire
itiun Vlniont Calilll of Truck No 13
Die ivrn on a ladder at the third story
Invlicn ho was oercom by the black
lutnoko that boiled out Into his face Ho
reek and before ho could recover or
I his mates ilzo him fell backwards to I
tIe street
IIu turned In the nlr nnd struck feet
foremost His left thigh was fracnuro1
u nil ho received Internal Injuries Ho
vvp rcmnvi to the Harlem Hospital I
i Two other tmknon men wore hurt
vhen they jumped from win Jons
II rho parks hew In a storm frum tho
blazing bulldlnj They caught the
mwnlns of the store nt No 103 Third
nvenuo nnd set It oflro The reserves
from the two pollco rtaOons were called
out to keep the ciowiln In check
There wore twentyfour families In
the biff bulldlnc nnd feellm sure that
nil fould not have escaped both police
It etnd firemen fought hard to Oct Into
J thoiplacc
More Chan 100 persons were taken
I J ulortn the ladders Then the houao was
T Bcnrched
i Three dead bodies were found on the
fourth floor of tho burnlnB building I
j ii wero woman Anti hnj been over
come after reaching the hall Near by
InJ the bodies of two UaMei All wee I
ladly burned
H Whllo climbing up n thirtytoot litl I
tier Fireman Jaiiicw Pnuhcr ot Unplno
Company 036 slipped cud foil to tho
I iwtreot Ho received novel ul trmiuiiM
V ribs a fractured hip and Intcrnal In
buries Ho was token to tho lliirlom
t I jlospltal whore It Is saw ho inniuit
li t rover
I Chief Croker was oulckly In charge
I i i t > tIt the fire nnd Cant Gallagher and
Inspector Smith had about fifty police
men on the scene
The bolien of tic dead were taken to
tho East One Hundred anj Kourtn
street gtatlv
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BIG OCEAN LINER
AGROUND WITH
LOO ABOARD I I
Weslernland Menaced by
Storm Racing Up
the Coast
CAPn MAY X J June nTho
steamship Westrrlnnd of the Ameri
can line plying between Liverpool
Tiiul Ihlladoliiiila while buuiU in wall
liw pasfcviiKorp aboard today ran on
Sornors Shoal four miles oft here and
wns still fact at Ilate hour this nf
tl1l noon The sea Is wmooth and the
cssel in apparently in no dancer
The pilot tnt Philadelphia managed
to move her bow which Is pointing di
rect In shore but could not pull her
off and the cagcl will be tat until
midnight at least
The weather Is clear anil the son easy
hut there hI a tropical storm working
up tho const duo tonight arid the jig
steamer may gut a bad pounding
Nil i Tori IIIIH been
miuie
to take tin
iaiscnirr off
The liner was noticed off shoro nnd
liu no appear to tit moving when suil
iliiily sh > Hi > it tip HlcnnU nf jintu s
which were answered fr > m the shore
I tllc pIlOllHini IlllllUlillUlIU
UMICll WUH
mr AL thn tltnv sent
n crow to thu
iKustunce or tii stranded vowel
Tho lifesavers here wre notified and
they also put out to tho Wiulorhind
Tnoo who nturiuil to shore from the
ship reported thic there was much ex
citement and a geniml rush for llfepre
HtrorB when the steamer struck The
Ntaniperfi Will Htopprd mil t lu > puskfii
Irs rcisuNx l Vhon tiulvl hid IXPII riv
lorI IItepreervers wero iinil < H
but fi > n tiMk them
I Ii n
I UPTON SINCI AIRS I
L A JL vJL i kJLl i VJujnLiA kJt
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f i 1 Fourth Article on i
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U PACKINGTOWN HORRORS
i l Will Be Found on Page 12
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PATRICK LOSES
IN HIS fiGHT
fOR NfvV TRIAL
I Recorder Goff Refuses to
Grant Motion lade by
Condemned Man
HE MAY DIE NEXT WEEK
Only Intervention of Higher
Courts Can Now Save Him
bt from Chair b
Recorder Gotf In nn opinion haniJed
down trUs afternoon denltxj the motion
of Mbcrt T PatrIck for a new trial
on the oharKP ot murdering till aged
millionaire Ullllnm Mnrsh RIce
rPatrkks fourth reprieve granted by
Gov lllgglns pending tho result of the
Inquiry which Jtecorvler Goff has just
closed expires next Monday Unless
he can secure irrounds for another re
prieve or take legal action tha will
bring about a stay he must die In the
electric chair In Sing Sing prison next
wek
Uccauso of the
unreliability and ec
centricity of many of tho witnesses
broufiat forth
by IMtrlcks counsel to
sustain his motion for a new trial the
adverse decision of Recorder Got has
been expected One ot those witnesses
Is serving n term in Sing SJng for
perjury committed during the cxoinl >
nation
Prepared to Appeal
In anticipation of a denial of the mo
t vn counsel for
tho
condemned man
have piepared nn appeal tho
to Lnlteo
States Suprumo Court for a writ 01
uiror nnd n writ of habeas corpun This
appeal would act as a clay Thu Jlnal
move will bo nn appeal to Gov Hlgglns
for a commutation of sentence along the
lines of tho < tppeil made last week to
Go Guild of Massachusetts In behalf
of voung Tucker
Tin opinion of Hecordor Goer who
prtshl at the trial of PatrIck four
years vso und fcciitunccd him to daath
covers fifteen Opowritten unKts ilio
Recorder Is vinphatlc In tho opinion
that tiuoiv nonu of the grounds ursud
In the motion U there sulllclent cauuu
to KitiiH a nin tilal
Former DIstrtctAttornoy VllUatn M
K Olcw Willi the moving shirt in Pat
rJrUs attempt U hl tried ftsaln for fie
lllcu minder Mi OLott to suppoii
his motion Rllrueti three rrounda in
brief us follows
first That new ovltlriico his been
secured second that the verdict wus
contmry to law third that upon thu
wholy caao a now tnU would bu u fu
thcraucu of justice
Tho Ilecorder devotes most of his
opinion to tho alleged non cvldotico
iMlk UL llltH ItfiUlla va WJlIoHaloll JUMtH
1Slalll 10 luuo iMiou tc jivrsulia n
rcxas und part to tllseovrrlca made by
IUUCUl xlrl
Discuss New Evidence
Joins us a nuiiixer uf wltnciwes from
fOIIII vl uas hw wui
uiiitu tile trim uiit Lie imijuiv jiniiaoi
wn n ho suit that He had chlorv tjimei
ltlU 11 IMlllCftll UK l lufl 01 Iiie
or uLinHim IHHIB IM V < uuon luuij iu I
any that thu use ut uiiiuainuiiK ilulu I
iciidoin nuIosstne u dicitioi a 11 I
v nuuur UI not II p < i nun ttua Klliixl h
the inh iliulon of vuorji irm
Itecorder liolt pomix out tlmt Juno
wint on thv stzI Iii in tiu trial a eel
cuiifHSLJ piijiuvi UL admiiitd mat
he lund llitl half u iloziii dirtorriit two
but when lit mul HIM lliinl fl nIll
stol y tliit soinlctud iatrlck ho insist
ml thai lie > ai iiMing mu triuli jc
WHK on the wltiiiss lurid tor DM d u
und underwent 1 clojo crossoxamliia
lon w UK n iiil o u > 111111 hi 1 > 1
Th lltoortlor ulHo puinu out lhat Jon
said ho had told tlin truth to his coun
ul Ktiil 1I01lU but Mr Olcott ro
tuned to call Mr lloiino an a w Knots
In hH motion for a iu A 1111
The jury was uhiargitI ngilin nnll again
11 to tise net 0111 rrCl of Jonc5s
i jolin foi t I t Y IM 4 I L HvsS
> 0 IItJW jury could IIIlr liucorilet
Go rr bY 111 now 110 lit mort
tllnllul hlo 11 snore cOmprhenaho
or IIOllllllro It tu
kiioKlfUBu iiuuiity o
suliie of Jone trailmony than the J111
ivhloli OillNfiwl the erdlct
mi tilt Pol II t I he Court of AinionU
lid clue inldMi liiilrpumleru if
tho
Kilmn > of the Hivompilcf is su
e llh a ushIttt Impllciition or ihu 1
toiiititit In HIP dcUburtite purposo to iclii
ilw lnt order to gain possession of his
1 te
Hits at Texas Witnssssc
Tho llwonler iliimlMOu the Tftia wit
nuktPB who cm here u eslty with
lrlef ccremojiv
From the flrllt wIts > <
i
ho Hl <
whO eonfpsspdlj prrjur himself to
the last there was llttlo dlfroroncj in
cither degree or kind It would hI tax
Ing human credulity to a Point beyond
forbearance to rvon nit tvvflvo men In
n Jury box iO give credence to the wit
nouses who have testincd to tho alleged
Admissions of Jones
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HIGHLANDERS WIN
HIGHLANDERS 000000201 3
CHICAGO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 D
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Continued from Second Page
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Ninth Inning Chase doubled scoring wluii Laporte flied I
out Williams died at first Deleranty flied out One run
Williams threw out Isbell Davis grounded to Laporte
Oonohue safe on a fumble but ONeill forced him No runs
NEWARK AT BALTIMORE EL
NEWARK 1 1 0000000 2
BALTIMORE 40002000 r
BUFFALO AT ROCHESTER E L
BUFFALO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1
ROCHESTER 01130000 5
PITTSBURG AT PHILADELPHIA N L
PITTSBURG a a 1 a 1 1 0 a 0 2 5
PHILADELPHIA 1 002000000 3
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I At Detroit ALBoston 7 Detroit 5
I At Cleveland MLEnd eighth Wash 6 Cleveland 3
At St Louis LEnd sixth Phila 2 St Louis i
4 i
LATE WINNERS AT LATONIA
FifthBilly Vertress 101 Friction 11 place Mildrene
SixthRevolt 31 Sharp Boy 31 place Royal Legend
AT HAMILTON
SixthHighland Fling 81 Azehria 12 place Little Miks
AT KENILWORTH
Sixth Silver Wedding 41 IViiJcocr 11 pi Miss Hawley
LONG SHOTS SWEEP THE
BOARD GRAVESEND
Acrobat at 40 to 1Captures the Bedford
Stakes and Three Others at Good
Prices Romp Home to Victory
In PKAK W THOKI
SPecial to The Ermine World
GHA JUXD JIACi THACK Juu
IIIhoro wnfl a flump In favorites u
Ornvoscnd this nfiornoon Tho marlu
opened off when Keator was beaten I I
the opening dush wns very weak when
Dromftlaiy was beaten and became
pnnlctitrlckon whun Mnsinlello nml
Hulls Uyo both foil by the wnysld
Ten Master Lester was beaten anti
the bank ruiii of the faithful shrank
to slim proportion
The Bedford Stakes was the only
feature and It fuinlslled u fourhead
HnUh with a 10 tc 1 shot poking his
nnto home In front of tho favorite
Ilorkcley n hundred to one chance
rushed In Iho front and set a terrific I
ilp nnd after tlolng the others nil I
up In n knot he blew to a walk Then
th otVr llflrttl a drive which I
Inated to the wire Acrobat winning
by a head tram Master eutcr with i
Hod lllvtvr and Clara nu ell lirniK I I
I
away
Il > > vvnii the opening daub to the JO
> t the Silllv clani IWo li a prvtty
nblfty printer Ill beat Keator like
rcatIng llck
In thin jump KnUjht cf Hlwfty boat
Dromedary In n gallop Ttst time they
mil Dromedary beat Knight ot nway I n
i gallop but that doesnt cut any len In
the locjlc < > nao rfame
Grenade made a runaway raco of the
thlid profiting quietly by n Jumblo on
hn llrst turn and KnlnliiK a blc load
He jut Imted long enouch to beat
niillieye The crowd numbered COOiX
Miller Won on Rye
Keator was a heavily bucked lAo
vita In tho opening event but was
Itunten Xtinnla IJodiro raced nwoy hi
front nisi Hindu the Minninc falloKnl
by Koator afld llye They rnn this
way to the stretch hero Keaor went
to the front and stayed there to the
I
tirlniiK pole whore llye closing with II
ruSh took 1ic lest anti won ranlly by
two and onehalf lenRtln from Kentor
who bent Nannie lloJea four length
for the laci
Winner Held Em Safe
KnlKht of Elay held thn field sate
a nil Sages Uf linltilKid Jlamlc It
1th thii lead lor the tsrst two mllei
mil hut tllkln lhi >
1I taKlns S Irnd cane a vui y
IContnlllt on Second Iayt
S
HAMILTON RESULTS
I
IIAMIMiV June 1ITho races hero
today rciulltd as follows
FlHSsT HACK Iour and onehalf fur
IOIIK Skeptical 3 M 1 nnd rvon I
Marquis UII tirabas oven for place
Knmurum 3 TixnelQ3
HClONt IlAOi Four niM onehalf
fiirloiis KIkslnt > D to nnd S to 6 l
Kninifcick even for place 2 Tom
tillruv 3 Tlma OJ7
TlllHD JtAOKOne and thrcrfourh
inilcn Follow On I to 1 and 7 to ltd I II
1 > I8nn If lo I Mr Place 2 Wild flange
t Tlme3S 4r
FOfKTIl llACiThreflfourth of
II
still ljtniit Knd U to I mid cv < ii l i
Que11x Iwidy even fir plorei
Sitrni Kliic 3 Time lK 8J
KHTH ACl > One and oneiixiecnth
mlle Attllla II to 1 mil st tn Jt I
Widows Mite 3 Time 151 31
LATONIA RACES
KATfNIA June 111111 nlt ll ri
tcdn remlttd an flo M
riHHT RACKSeven irlitlio of n
mile 1npltiiiii < 7 in In iinn I t 11 l
IMeMinmi f > 1 for plxnii 2 Hill fn
tii 3 Time UK
SI VON I KAli Tow nnd ntfli If
furloiij1 Icrolme tI to I ami itt I
MopluilMii t 2 to I fop pliKMi racket
thoriv 3 Tliie M v 1
Timtn KACi TirerfmrthH of H
mlltf tily Carol 4 16 ti 1 and G to 11
1 Concuit 3 to 1 f > r pate 2 lit lie I
Day 3 Tinm iH
ivirilTlC llAii lie mite4 tt
tnnxAOml 17 tu P tint I to 3 1 llnnv
Hrot it III I t tiisee 3 Iiarlnc J I
Time140 t
Sunday World Wants I
Work Monday Wonders I
RACING CHART ON PAGE 2
1
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0
u44 r
RfDS SHUT OUT
BY GIANTS WHO
SCOREONLY ONE
McGinnity Gives Cincin
nati Nice Coating of
Whitewash
SI TWICE FANNED
Iron Man Sends Mighty Sey
mour Back to Delight
of Rooters
SCORE BY INNINGS
Cincinnati u 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OIJ
Giants 0 0 1I 0 1 0 0 0 1
AL I BATTING ORDER
New York Cincinnati
Hr snaban cf ItiiKKln 2b
thrown rf Sl blel Ib
McOunn lb Kclliy If
Mertw It Pitymour cf
Dnhlen us Lojirl 3b
Ptfvlln 3b Iorcoron as
Gilbert yo Odwell r
Bonermon o Livingston c
McGinnity p Fraser p
Urupire3Itcssr8 O J > ay end Conway
I BY BOZEMAN BULGE
rnix ouoLNDS xnw YORK Jun <
McOlnnltyB grout ptrrliliiB thin aft
ernoon defeated Cincinnati by a crete
of I to 0 The came was Injlelne In
rn atlonnl fiaturei lUll I nt time lost
interest nH there vu x little hitting on
either filde
0 In one < if Hie nirlv liinln v with Ilv
itiSsinn nn third and lion out McGln
nt > > rfonn < M tin rcm irkiiblo feat of
rotlrlns Kfllv on a short llv nnd strik
Ing mil SKynour nnd I ibort
Tho spectators numbered about 3000
First Inning
llujrstni hit a single to lint Inlield
A moment Inter the little follow was
tliiitrlit impplnR lOre the bug hurry
klckel on a utrtki and after an ar
tmont with Conway wns put out of
the Kamc lllniiton boll his plnco
at tlio but The now imn vvis thnrvii
ivit on a KToiimltr to Pnhlin K lly rtis
c Ily p1 kliiK I r Jc < 1 SanIty a nil iKed
on n lmrp Rrounder NO HUNS
HrsnUian WILli ailed ou nn strikes
but by n strong effort hold his tocisuo
and went to he benh pnlllnc liln hair
Hnnvn went out oil n bounder to Schlel I
ContlnupJ on Sootnl Iae I
NATIONAL LEAGUE
I
ST LOUIS AT BOSTON
St Mm 010S10IO Js I
Hi > Mon 0 0 0 toO 0 0 01
Ilatterica Taylni nnl Ornndy anj
1mloman and Ilmwn
EASTERN LEAGUE
MONTREAL AT TORONTO
Come sohodulpil for tnday traps
erred to July 11
PHOVIDENCE AT JERSEY CITY I
PiMvldpnio fl n 1 o n o n n oi 7 i
Jre < citv tJ 0 n 0 0 1 ssii
Io lv n nnd i tier Koxor nml lut
her IrrtHo Kelv
a
RESULTS AT BUFFALO J
Special to ih CeuIng Wr1 I
1ILW0It11I I IAUIC llflTAIO
June Irhl results today were
rillST HACK Iour nnd n Inlf fur
lonvH for mnlilon tvMtycuroldti Cnvn
A Sum t U to r > 1 111 < U < W n 1 for
iinoi pherknl la H > Il Tim
oM IlntlKOl Kinliillla Han VlvlBtit
Klj > Hurry Jnmnson ind Jojpphlno K
nl rt ran 1
rfUCOXn HACIv Six firloiiKn fur
chrifyonrolda und up StiiKk 7 to in
I Tim MUHkii > r U tu I for pliuf S
ijwiuforl 3 Tlnifllfll6
1imita lUomrd Ji Col > mo a llw
Moixun A K liar nnd Toscnn also
run I
Tlllltn HACK Thnmond 1U W lli
Vli 12 to 1 1 Sllcknvvny SC lnrrow
2 to I for plaifl 2 Havlnnn 101 rilplnrl
3 TimeI < 3 18 T S Martin hair
gut Setaiikal nnd I > ukn of Kendal also
rnn
VOItlTlI HC15 AtTliitv 107 Olirlc
f 10 1 won lletsy lunfoinl mi < io r
mr > even l ice sooond Al Hi 12 ij
nlvl tlilnl Tlmi inaS RtiIIm
rvhnarla Ilnotn Nellie imeliK Svl
san IXxoi nnd Iuclo Mint nlm ran
KIITH HACI Ltui Hater 1M Trite
lx1 1 t II won Nova Woluli IC i I Far
rotv 2 to C niece Austrillna hid
nerton 3 Time lU 45 John Han
dolsh a1o ran
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Application of Marlborough and
Other Clubs for an Injunction to1
Restrain Sheriff Denied by
Justice Giegerich v
LAW IS VIOLATED THE
CHARGING OF ADMISSION
Even If This Is Done Indirectly It Is Illegal
Says CourtClub Lawyers Attack
Gov Higgins for His
Interference
J
Justice Glogerlch In Ole Supreme Court this afternoon denied thn
application by the Inrll > > rough Athletic Club the Iongucro Club and the
Mobile Athletic Club for nn Injunction to prevent Sheriff Hayes of the
county of Now York antI the Police Department from Interfering with
boxing matches given by them
This action Is the outcome of the order sent by Gov Hlslns to Sheriff
hayes two weeks ago directing him to enforce the law regarding boxing
and prIzefighting InU scounty l < g
r
I HIGH LA N UfRS
ELY FIRST IN
TIGHT BATTLf
S
Initial Hit of Game at
Chicago Made in
Fifth
THE BATTING ORDER
Nm York hlIIO
yeler ef r hubs If
Con TO as JOSt5 d
Chuu 111 iahei b
Liupollu Ib ihtvi 8
ll1htll1 2b Donohuo lb
Itelciuntuty H ucdll rf
unn cr HUIltIIII c
knIk v lannClJlII flu
III p Nlltth I
ImplnShlrldlin
4peehai to Ti 1tltin4 Wld i
POtTII HIDK HAU IArK CHHA
GO June 1Iow YorUs HlchUjulaia
liookxl up wth Oamlskj Vhltn ox
this afternoon In tile fourth nml ilnil
g time of Ole priwent series nrtilltlia
IMIII had mitclauol the locUs In mom
otf the gitnca pSnyd between them
hnvlns avon four of tho six alfjjy dut
cloiel
Clilcnro played In more than luck In
winning yniterchiv nlthoKh It nan
by tHkliiK advantage or rjilaplny by ti
rnmy that they provwl Miot sfiil
Anv learn Int olin score hilt run vitti
out ho nil of u hit when tho vvholo
rlnV I Inlit 0 one Susie unUty tu Ulu
oiitlr iilno Inulnua nml uin out Is
playing with luck as a lilsr fietor
The hoi sultrs1 weather of last week
has jmi ert nml today vvnji almojt ilK i I
5
A
the JiUMiohci
ci > i 1 for mfuiT on
ihlllv north wind twejii ili Held but
in1 flioltKod
willi out 1rlciit
the un
hl > otc ciiKrly ouihl tv the iuim I
lilt wel WIMII oit
First Inning I
Hl in cnny nno toward
KfHer titpPct
that THiincliIll fumWcd Conroy
tlirtl
DUnelc out HI IT otut tc illrK Sulllvnii
to invl Ohrtw out Smith to Donolmc I
Nfi HtTCS I
JliOiu l > > iU out ft hot nip to short
Join jnrtflced Akllnlrc to WIlHinui
Il < lhn went to third on a > iHgMlbnll In i
hll opixJ to Conroy lnvln drnvii a
llmir to Deltilinnty NO HUNS
Second Inning
Uiiwrto pipped to Davis lIIlonl
ov inixi II DiinohtiB Di > utmnlv I
famifil NO ItrXK S
Ddiiolui out Conrnv to heat
ONiiil U Pvl to IloIYmnn IlInln
ixMMtnd a hlfrti lly to hunt No
ItfNS
Third Inning
llorfinnii out Inlwll to Donohue Mc
Culrc oit DnvlM ti Don h no 1 loc z
taiuid NO UUNS
IVuinihlll Ultii to Dfsmnty Smith
foulnl to Inixirte Ihihn singled to
left and ulilo Hor n l Jones vvAtUtnl
Jnholl forced Jones Conro to AVil I
lltiim NO lUNS
Fourth Inning I
MlItr nU 1IIi1I Ii > UOllohu >
popjwd to DunithJ I1CsC out ttnte
hm to Unnolmo NO IILNS
Dali uln lol to right onolllll sac
rlllCI HOST to Chrt c OXell drove 1
Continued on Seventh Fajca
w
Former An iJ ir D Wr tAltorney
Mniirlco B Itlumenthal cotmsH to tlm
riherlff As lxtnnt Corporallon Ccimsel
Terpnc Hurley and Deputy Pollco
tommlasloncr Mnthtn appeared to op
pose the issuance of the Injunction Mr
Fnrlpy ui counsel nsslcnetl to the Po
lice Department nnd Mr JIathot as the
Ipfral lend of thnt department
Abraham Schloln represented the
Jfolille Club Chnriw Plrtetone th
Long Acre Athletic AssocJntlon and
Henry J G > ldsmlth the JInrlboroush
Club
I awycr So > ilelner ntts the first orator
for the boxlni clubs
Just for Exercise
Ve have three hundred member In
oir chib said he and they nave
oURh work to do In the day mid
come to the club at nlffht for some
pleasure Theo young men IIBVO their
phy cal exercise and among thorn are
ipnrrlng eritbltlon A dolor will put
on the glove with 1 lawyer and a
iwjer with a clergymen and to on
I Arc the public Invited to attend
these exhibition cjuertj JustiCe Glo
Kcrlch
Oh no replied SchleJmor Our
nlub lea nanan club and we iteilt
rolioily hut our 3ft member Ours In a
IcKtiJ coniorttlon f
Thej have their exhlbltloni In pub
Uc mid Justice Olffferloh
No one liut n memhcr cn enler the
ilaeo 8oilplmr iid On Wcdnedaj
tvenlrdr we have a little rune of bus
kettmll nnd on aimtlier rvenlnir some
other Rnmo Then on Brother evenlnic
ui > have our spixirlnf exhibitions Thy
are all very jjjod oxorsli and far
better for our memtjora than to havo
them standing nroond corners and
other suet places We charge no ad
mission fee und allow none but irem
hers In pr < l the Invcstlfratlon Into the
character of wouldlio nicmbJrs Is very
attict
Pay Initiation EachWeek
How often do your members pay
their ndmliglon fees asked JuitlCa
GlCJicrich
Bvery week promptly responded
Siile4mor wo have rejected a goo1
many applrnnti livery member 11101
ulixtM put up a certain aimxinl anti
vvo were geWr 7 noiit very nlcaiy until
MiMlff hays and the poll o Interfeiod
with Hi
Are von H member of the vubT
Justice iJleKfrlch asked
Xot yet but 80JH Schlelmor re
plied
I pliedWhat do your mfrmJiers pay a jear
then a ked Jimtle iHegerloli
Twelve or fourteen illlar a year
Klftyty0 it yearIl a week In
tirruited I Wlr tllulIIPnlhlll
UiunM riuvtton fallowed
He loll the loClrL tn titles In the
l mgneni Aio > lvUon were only JSO u
year ind thy luid a ltundr mi Tiibri
The Point of the Law
I
Juhtiru HKitfrli ilaklJ tlMt the v C
tin if tlm r > nu Oje il eu4it < with
liiiisetijrlitliiK iie read itd wJJ Iltis
piliit uf the Muiiiie seas ilm iin ad
II1toll fee could not if coCivM either
tireIiy or IIIIHructl
Ifivv hUg U your clu1 > In txistswee
11 > n v buI wtld Mr lone
s nit Vhl less eiimP into cliOtfUYCt °
sl III tthe 11IlIe Jh
rFlrlMtonl lhareit tflt Govt 11Il1n
hal prnilld Hvliti I I HUKII Ni tile
vi > ry iiUlu 111 mid iliin 5tOpii > l tiero
lts only W1o 1 aw 1e IIIWI
imitei arlea rnf seiril I i > wn
V t h wr t t fl lilY
yt wmi hear thy uih olwirviitlons
n < Uit alii J > K lc Iorlc1
1l I
OJ < 1 > IttstniIi RrJIe1 thnt the
aIbroilglu thiPttcCUt had been In
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