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ATHLETICS BEAT GIANTS, SCORE 3 TO 2,
IN ELEVEN INNING FIGHT WITH MATTY
Mm Til Kit Ruin In-ulght and probably UrDiMlaf.
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BIG CHIEFS SINGLE
SIRS DULL CROWD
OUT OF DRAB SPIRIT
MffiKSS"S BAKER'S HOME RUN DRIVE
AGAIN CAUSE OF DEFEAT
dT AbNU WAIM
Big Throng Gathered in Sombre
Force and Handful of Quakertown
Rooters Easily Outdid Superior
Numbers in Fine Cheering.
VACANCY IN STANDS SING
WOE OF THE SPECULATORS
Bare Spots Indicate That Men Who
Tried to Gouge the Public Met
With Sad Fate. 1
olOlMU, MgflUI ?,t 1 lfiy wlttl
lUftt eollvd willtwly USt ftbOVi th tip--or
to It Hvnut--if thfl ftftgttafft n th
Bnmh .St .ilium. M.ivh- It wan CORebl"
nation rt'Kuit t thluktnfl fur fortytfftit
houn vr tiie oontptrftoy which put
most of tiie ticket! for th New York
end of the worMr MJitl Into tho hands
of infulatom .mil ftw or nun- lnt tho
hamlp of the DUbltO t 1 tn t h.i royally
upportt'd the fllnntN nil thr.niffl
vas.ni only to o "i lt8W hatnatiu i
miaini t the Anliht
CAN'T U N D E R 3 i AND WHY FANS
HIRE ARE SO COLD.
frtiatt amateur pynohotfolUti of th
i'r'ii tend wtip mftHt pdlty of
Htitdyintf b AM bftll PffiWdif h:nr DMH
HELD ATTACK WITH APPENDICITIS
Bitch Refuse in Court to An- Conference of Doctors at 8
swer Charge Dramatically , O'clock To-Nipht Will De
Made by Victim. ciJo Whether to Operate.
THE GAME IN DETAIL.
CRIES "HE'S THE MAN!" WANTS IT
Prisoner Is on Bail for Like At
tack, Considered by the
Grand Jury To-Day.
Is in Ho! I'iht to Win His Re
election to His Presfeflt
Dovk. 2b (i
' Snsdprans. cf 0
DEH'ERRED. :Murra. rl (J
Merkk. lb P
Hcrzog. 3b 1
Fletcher ss . . . I
Meter, c 1
Mathrwson. p . V
It II PO. A
0 0 0 0
K H. PO.
Frank Brach of No. 1131 Thirty-
sixth street, Brooklyn, was to-aa
Dtatrlct-Attorney John f. Clark oi
nronklj-n. who began a raw la a.
Totals 2 .1 33 2) 4
Lord If 0
Oltirmt cf '
CoMbe 2h 1
Baker 3b 2
Davi lb H
Barr? s ...
Lapp. t 0
Coaeubs, i ..o
Totala 3 10 33 15 1
held without ball for exaniln.VInn m ,n,. nllr.lest nght of his career fat re-
Thursday upon the charge of at!;ict- t) action, wire euddeely stricken w th ap
ing Miss Agnes WauRh. nineteen pendlcittl this afternoon In bla office,
yeara old, of No. 43s Elghty-thli d it. was hurried t,. hM hem at Ho
street, Bay Ridge, last Wednesday Ross
night. When the gigantic youih of , phyg
nineteen years rame sullenly before '""lc'
Magistrate Hylan in the Fifth Ave-
strcct, Wllllamburg, ami
'tan werf mnMWOWtd f"t-
Kerker hittnl fur Ma ty In the leventh.
UMPIRES Kioni and Brennan fur the National League; Connolly ami
Dineen fur the American LiafUf.
BY 1RV1N S. COBB.
Written pec inly for The livening World,
POLO GROUNDS, NEW YORK. Oct. 17. A dun and drab day,
frits, to match the dull gray feelings of those of New York who yester
morn journeyed to Philadelphia rafl of brieht red hopes and returned
on yester-night loaded un with mauve regrets. Nevertheless, there
came betimes to thll inclosure up in Partner Harlem, uncounted thousands
of loyal fans. It takes a hero to be a fan or a fan to he a hero,
whichever you prefer. Gazing on a morning sky that lowers like a
scolding woman's frown and reading ir. one column of the paper the
fateful score of yesterday Athletics 3, Giants I, and In the next column
the weathei reporl foi the succeeding twenty-four hours showers and
threatening he notwithstanding calls up his reserve force of courage
puts on raincoat, t ikes the family umbrella out of the safe deposit vault
ami straightaway starts for (he Polo Grounds.
Or at ieut thai wai what he die tn- tiieir hlppodrontto marebai acroaa tin
day. He came earl) prepared stay Held, and the sporadic enthualaam ti
late. Hut he wai quiet, unduly o. aeoompanlei every ipltited or derisive
Along With the r- u ot his Rind he play. Hut tin: : Is only human naiux
hllppod th quietly, found a place quietly, tre.ikinjs liounds and net sued an ev
took It qnP My n" I Killed til-iinflt prewto-.i of .pprov as you would na-
quieiiy to awall wnatevor miniit ii" lurauy axpeot from n'leii a nini of
upon the l:ne s of the Rods. Maybe H Paaeoall loving men and women
mis ihe raflaotlon of yeaterday'a defeat, no lac.. OF GOOD CHEER
tataybe it was the effect of all tl AMONG SPECULATORS
aastng and iggy with rata, um it t .e maaaea of the Donuiaea
lacked onward ide:i-e of lillurlty
here this afternoon, oa the third day's
fighting and the third day was d
OlalVe, you'll remember, ac titfttyalmrR
and other batiks fiure Wai RO laek of
good cheer among the apeoulatora, who
outside the fence tvere clustered us
thli-k :ta Mies at the mouth Of a Jam
pot. Sundry others aahibiiad aitlafas.
the iton with Uiem serves und wtih tne
and I World at large. There was Harry Ste
I eens. now, for example Harry. Stevens.
the only living; creature except a kan-
wr."1 that was bom With a pocket. The
aforesaid iteveiM wore a smile that
um all the way around his face aad
buttoned together nt the iia.-k like a
olergyman's collar. Holding in one
a loss to translate into words thai hand the first oxidised nickel he ever
sii.ular apathy or aloofness or cold- Isiw, and In the other hand .1 h im sand
acss or silent hostility or- whatever wlcb thai nas originally offered for sale
vou want 0 call It, t':ai nas so i. ee.
lioth theso New Vorb crowds, the one
of Saturday end. In a" even mora
marked manner, the one of to-day,
la u because this tfiand stand li so
wist und eaverneua that a mero puny
man, realising hli Inslgnllicanoe,
..lands ahatlied, and a'OUld s soon al
most cheer In I cithet. il as anildt
thene lofty roofs and these dim arc...rs?
Is It bemuse the matt Who has paid
ti or SB or n for what tas heretofore
coot him cents Is wondering where
lie Is j;o':i; to net his money's worthy
bgokf is n beoause of the horrid fear
that '.at Started OUt lO be a merry
making biay resolve itsilf Into a 111
neral, thai so many Sit mute as mum
mies and dumb as dummies'.'
Or 111 the last analysis la It beoausa
baseball Between championship teams
lias been reduced to an exact und me
chanical science thut the sirfht of a bull
beliiK pitched, baited, snapp.-d. fielded
and thrown so automatically, so a 'cur
sport of th
nue Court he had not uttered one
word with respect to hla where
abouts on the evening of the attack.
He stood defiantly before the Mag
istrate, staring directly ahead during
the fight made by his attorney. Mar-
fhev decided Hint Mr. ClarKe'l ail
ment la acute appndlettis, owing to
the fad that the campaign requires Mr
e'lnrk's personal attention h begged
that nn operation l dfnd If such
OOltri Is possl de. The consulting phy
slcisns decided to call In n specialist
ami rnh a final determination ns to the
chance of avoiding an operation at t
Summary Hnse un irr M.ithiw-
son. 10; off Combe. S, FlfSl llase on
Ha 1 is 1 ff Mathewaon, Si off Caombe,
4 I'lrat lla-e on Brrol s - New York.
0. Philadelphia, 1. Left on lla.es
New Vnrk. I, Philadelphia. ' Struck
out -ity isathesraoR, it. by Coombe, t.
Home Rune lbikr Two baae Hlls
Parry and Het-x k. Stolen Itsses --
Barry, foiiins ad Murray. Double
Maye i . i mend Fletcher Racrlflcs
Hits Vnn and Murray ITmplrea
Meeers, Brennan und Connolly. Kiem
nud 1 dneen.
SCOKli BY INNINGS.
tin Lynch to get for him an imme- o'clock to-niaht.
This eliire IS a recurrence 01 an 0111
diet, hearlns. Hta blue serge cloth-1 aHmSmk 'rum which Mr
ing was airty ana uiy Kepi. mib ' n,rk(, ,.,1Vered several years ago
slouch hat was held awkwardly in without in operation. He, has been
one of the great, rough hauds that working very hard with the Union
helped Mir Wauh to make her Bank Investigation and hla labors were
. Z , . , ... 7, . multiplied by bis renomlnatlon for the
strlklmjly positive Identincation of JJJJJ of ulr,ct.Attorney without op.
Brach as the man who choked her, i,m..n by the Democracy of Kings
struck her and beat her Into help-1 county.
less unconsciousness before he left The Republicans nominated former
her In a grassy plot within a short Commissioner James 8. Cropse.
ItOfie'l throw of the home where her h "-rvlng " ""7"" w,u"'"
mother waited and watched for herJ l the Colon Hank InvesUgatlon and , he
Detectives delete, and Henne brought Impendence League Indorsed thkl notn.
1 lnntb.n This DUl Mr ('lark,, up aaainsi
ne man to court, it was due to the ' . , ... ..
...gges.lon of (Meier and the Untiring orxanlzed opposition he kas
work of H.nne thai 'he prisoner was , An
aptured and Id.nt.ued I UNION BANK FAILURE MADE
INNOCENT, SAY 3 LAWYER, WHO N IS8UE IN CAMPAIGN.
DEMANDS INSTANT HEARING. The situation was further complicated
1 by Mr. Cropaey, who, in his ,'n so-
SPtlng the Republican nomination a
FEATURES OF THE GAME AT A GLANCE
fatty plteaed only eevea feaUe la the drat laalnT and every one of the
was a strike.
fanned first time up, making
to 11 member of the first "Buaok Crook
company, llnn-y Stevens contemplated
tha balanss si t of his sahdwloh and
hot dog studio up m tbs inner recesses
of the bitf grand stand and openly ad
mltte 1 thai all was well.
ENTER THE RIVAL
And while we're on the subject.
mlghl Ulso bo statoil that the Phila
delphia ft am seemed reaaonably happy
when they marched In ha.nl on the
heels of the tribe of MclJrnw. The;
wor blue iwsaterSi amlirnldereil with
white elephants rampant, an 1 they
acre led by thai lei I old Jesuit of base,
ball, 'o-neiiu McdllUcuddy. Ban,
Enough Philadelphia rooters had al
fCentlnued on Se ond Cage).
The detectives asked that their pi -leaner
be held without ball. Attorney
Lynch demanded an Instant bearing
He protested that bis client waa Inno
cent and could show that he was not
at the scene of tho 1 rime, or near It.
The lawyer denouncsd the arrest heat
edly. "We must have eight or ten days
in order that the girl may he able to
come to court," said the detectives.
"I can hold this man for forty-eight
hours without ball," said the magi
strate. "Come here at the expiration
ot that time with an affidavit from the
Mending physician that she Is not able . FreeldeM or
to attend court and I'll hold him forty-1 Traders Bunk
few niphts aao. dragged Me I nb.n Hank
failure Into ihe campaign ae the chief
Issue. Mr. ''ropey chartfed thai Mr.
Clarke, as DIstrlcUAttorney of Kings
county, failed in his duty When, In IMS,
he failed to bring criminal proceedings
utralnst the otllclula of Ihe bankrupt .;
Mr. f'ropeey's attack put Mr. Clark"
on the defensive for the time being.
He pointed to his activity of late In
the (TnlOH Hank affair arid to the In
dtctment of Mavld A. Sullivan, former
ihe Mechanics and
and of 1-M ward M
eight hours more and keep the process I Ornut. Preeldent Of the I Won Hank, as
going until the hearing." examples of his devotion to duly.
BraCh was led to a cell. The situation 0OwBfcMttng Ur Clarke
wmie Brack was being arraigned in ' caiui for ids best etr-t as a cam
police court the Kings County flrand palgner, a there were ii" 10,000 In jury
was preparing to take up another 1 posltori in the t'nlnn Bank and a oonv
assault case agu;nst him and was! mine. purporting to repreasnt the de
waiting for Alma Soprano, twenty-two, IpoaMora has declared In fuvor of Crop
the victim, to appear as the chief wit-Ley's candidacy
ness. The two oaaei arc almost Identl-! Mr Clarke worked until very Int.- Ij'
-ii in elreumgtaqee, save that Mies right, making aevsral speeches and con
Waugh's assiiiiam alone and .M:ss ferrinK with his campaign managers
Soprano was -itta.-ked by three men. 1 lie reached his offlca at I" o'clock this
The IdentlfJ tt'..m was mkde hisi Dlght I morning and started to wrk on nn
in the room a here Miss Waugh has eumuiatton of correenondenre, Al 1
HE REDUCED 57 POUNDS.
' New Method nf I le.li Kiit.ieUott Fferat
t-imii.'. i o ittccMeitir.
JOH.NbiOW., Oct, H--1119 truth
I of the claim made by Hon, II 'c
1 Steter ol Johnaluwn, Pa., that he re
duced his weight b M poundi m un
I incredibly bo;t tine o..s ben fully
The fa is are, as proven hy a oar-eful
lnveattgatlon, that riieiier reveived. at
'his own rsqjteeti on fiM-y days' trial.
' 10 from l-rof. 11. n, Burns at NO, IT tvaat
Iiozen and the l'lke street irans Jn sn eet. ms i o. ,, a m inpie, w.
I lHl'-le ilevli'e, WM...I c Iisk t hoi o-ie
vacant lot nlongetdo u brewery, ounce, which, when worn as ,llr. ti
aultlaaaly has robbed th
.isi and seal .Hid capacity
for enthusiasm It had In Ihe days when
every gome was a f.-ust ot IWgl and a
Mow of rune,
He hi answer what It may ths In
dultable fu ts stands out thut 1311 small
iov snatching u match between
on a vacant lot alongside a brower
been hoveling between life and deat,
ever Since '.he attack. After Uracil's ar
rest the detectives oommunloaded with
Dr. David Llvlngntone, t ie Waugh phy.
(Irian, and a'kid if Mill tVaitgh was
strong enough to identlf the nin be
lieved to have attacked iier. Dr. I.lv
Ingatons gave ids permission and the
prisoner, heavily manacled and su -r
uanded by four eeteotrves, was led lata
'.he room .!ire his Supposed victim
uy swathed In bandages almoit from
head -o foot.
GIRL IDENTIFIES PRISONER AS
rtra ii and the detectives stood at the
foot or LhO bed while Mrs. Wauh un-
wrapped the bandag that co.ered
Mis. IVsugb's eyes, r.. j a was un-
nioved and woaeii eoony from tne gir'
! to her father an.1 molher, s.li-ntly wait
' ,ng t' se.- f nether '.heir daughter could
: atnilfy her ai:gj sasaiiant.
Al lb alidades wi.e railed Mis
i .'.'anirn StSPOtd to the Dedsld an. I told
o'iook he complained of t-x'-ru .sting
palm In bis abdomen
Assletant pletriol Attorn)' Roes tele
phoned to Mr. Clarke's brother, who
hurried to the COUrl house. The lls
trlct Attorney knew what wns thl
trouble. He advised calilng dOCtOTS aim
eseayed to get to laglcab unaeslsted
but wns gaabk to walk ami was half
carried to the cab.
JILTS HIS FAIR WCOER
AND DIVORCED WIFE, TOO.
ivelly, forty yeais old, a
rver In tne law ofil e of
wart. No 37.". Fulton street
is rlelmed by two women.
Dovore, evldentlr after a strike-out reeord,
his fifth etrlke-oat In succession.
Coombs aleo fooled Snodgraee with three that he missed.
MeriogB marveliens eateh out off a hit for Barry tn the nrat half of the
Ooomba'e fast lamp had the Otante gaseelng hard In the laat half of the
second, xersog wae Us third strike-out vletlm.
Bnrry made the flrat hit of the game In the third, a single to left.
The Athletics' ehortetop then made a cean ateal of ascond.
Doyle and Tletcher "pulled" the flret double play of the aeHee on Lapp's
hot liner to Doyle.
Meyers got the flret hit for the CM ante In the third, and Matty thsn cou
txlbutad another, a clean single to right, puttlug Meyers on third.
Devore redeemed himself hy soortng Meyers hy a hot shot to Barry, whtoh,
howevtr, forced Matty at seeoad.
Lapp, the athletlce'e eatcher, nailed the speedy Devore oa a hair line
deetelon when Joel tried to eteal aeeond.
Colllee made e clean steel of second on Meyere In the fourth after gettlrg
to flrat on an infleld tap.
Up to the fourth Inning the Athletloa had atolen two bases and the Olanta
Hersog was given an error for hooting Murphy's grounder in the itft.li.
Thlnge looked bad In the flfth with Athletics on second and third and but
one out. Murphy was run down between third aud home, however, oa Lapp'o
tap to the Infield. Matty then made Coombs pop up a fly.
In the Olante' half of the fifth Lord epolled a real hit by gettlug M-iSls's
dive oat hy the fence.
Tersog worked Coom'.s for the first "free pass" In thl fifth.
Hersog overelld second after stealing and waa touobed out by Collins.
Hatty's flret strikeout victim wae oidnug la the statu.
Matty was going well ngalnat the heavy atlckere In the sixth, matin"
Baker pop up and Davie retire on strikes
Coombs easily fooled nodgraae on tbree balls In the seventb.
Dp to the seventh Co .tube's etrtke-oute numbered four aud Mnttv two.
Coombe had Issued two pusses and Matty none.
Murrey wee the second Olant to work Coombs for a pees. "Bed" alsa was
the first Olant to eteal second on Lapp. Tills wae In the seventh tuning.
In the elfbth Barry and Lapp were nailed at the plate. attempttnK to score
Barry, the flrat man np. had doubled. Three rune had been cut off et borne
plate up to this stage.
Baker tied the score In the nlutb wltb a bonier.
In the laat half of the ninth Ooombe etrnok ont bo'h Matty end Doyle.
Baker waa Bulked by Bnodgrase In attempting to steal 'bird In the ttntb.
Lapp proved himself a terror to base stealera and caught both Bnodgr.ias
and Mcrkle pilfering in the tenth.
Athletics' Heavy Hitter Ties Score
in the Ninth and Team Mates
Cinch Game With Batting
Rally in Eleventh.
MGRAWITES PLAY GAMELY
AND LOSE BY SINGLE RUN.
Game a Pitchers' Battle Between
Matty and Coombs, With Giants
Ahead for Eight Innings.
BY BOMBMAN BULGER
iWrttlen especially for The Keening Wo Id)
POLO GROUNDS; OC. 17. Anther home-rim drive h Harry
Hakcr brought about the defeat of ihe (ii;in!s in the third gime ol
series this if term ion by a score of to 2, and for the lirst time in the his
tory of bastball the Alhl ics had beaten Mlthewson, The peerless
pitcher of the (iiants had the Rame in the pit of his hmd until the ninth
inniiiK, when with one out Haker caught a curve ball on the nose and
smashed it into the righ;-field bleachers for a home run.
This tid th escore, and the (slant machine cracked in the eleventh
inning. After one was out in this round Collins singled and went to
third when Mcrkle dropped a thrown ball from HsTZOg, Merkle had a
Chance to get hi man after he made ;he fumble, but in his excitement
he dropped it again, and that paved the way to defeat. Fletcher fumbled
an easy grounder from Murphy'5 bat, which allowed Collins to score,
and Davis then settled it with a safe smash to right for a tingle ihat sent
Haker across the plate.
The (iiairts made a desp.'rate rally In their half and scored one run,
but it was nut enough for a tie.
Coombs pitched superb boll through- awar.n or wnsns on Saturday hal onlv
three one opportunity to display their team
v. urk .viieo liiry nsiiiip.it onwn on a
quartet ot three-csrd-nonte men on
the viaduct and lugged Ihem off go
laluboose. Becker and three f
made a proteat over the Connolly
but It did Hum no rood.
decision on Mer'ile'a
Mrs a h. ia Kttty 1 1 hla divorced wife,
with whom he Is again lit ng Mri
lira e licltK -laline thut Kelly Is en-
guKed to marry her.
Mrs Ueltg look the matte;- lo court i
to-. lav ass. eg that Mrs Kill, be re-
SLAIN BABY IN WALDORF.
tiiatmlt-il Iton "l'r' H") I on it tl l
I PASSENGERS KILLED
IN WRECK OF TRAIN.
Hotel l.uuiiilr .
,.er daughter to be etihn. illsi v. a ugh strained from interfering -.ii, her after
ratted herself s'i;.itiy and her syea
she can only see fro 11 11
Oan make more nolle and Will make get us an intaillMl
era noise than all these piled up mult!- ' petmlng entirely wit
. unu Her-issi, i ne i
Hides have made yet. or courts o ia nM with other lt
roust exclude fioin tills dlaci.osts the moi
Mttkiiweis of noiilauat. that ill. the skleM I Ing
nken ihv uut ttrei warn and oxu B,IB uteudtd Xr Unt.-Advi
naah reduoi i . ilia.
IlltS IS lib Htetler
iilnenl men ami
n v re urn 1 1 . n ana ,t tils
it ts gala that uie offer to Nud
In the un..
out Die game and allowed hut
hlt. ,. (!.. oa-! perfect con'.rrM and
allowed hut i wo be see on 'bails in the
MatheWBOn also aave great exhibi
tion of pltohlng, bui was touched f it
sight hits, ..ne nl which was the fatal
home run of Maker In the ninth,
The total attendance for the geens was
17410. Th'- total receipts were RMM,
Players share len.saiU. Knch 'dub's
share lil.SM.TI Tin- Natlonul CoOeBlU
slon's share was Sf.SSs).
The lll.ints are still sore over the loss
of vestAi'day's aaine, and It developed
ti ls afternoon thai It Is tb present
pulley of McOraW ROl to pttob Msr
qtiard again during the series. Ilia
ludgment was si bad that he crossed
Meyers on the signals on three distinct
occasions. It a as the crossing of the
catcher, it levelope. and not a wild
pitch, that nun the Athletb a their flret
um UeUgll all players forget these
thlniis over night, but In ihla affair the
memory ui t teas mletekgg cling to them
b'rom the niiiiti'-: In whlnh the pit hers
Were ban. II. ! In I ue early pre lies II
-A.n e lent tha' Mathrwson was to
again attempt to pitch the Uiauts to
lie Avthletlog cams on the fleld
promptly al I Hi o'clock and were g1-en
itts an ivatlon by the bleacncntes.
who had already dllel that end of the
grounds to capneliy. Ahead of them
:i lied Oblef Hinder, and on his fa
a is Dial ever-pie-.nl IMtalUUnS S'llllv.
lie bowed to 0'" 'I'aiils, to the right
t.nl left, bit In two or three Instances
hfg i uiiiiik ineer rnu met lth slower,
lug looks from tne I'oogan piuff gang.
S no declare tho hgppy look is not on
W hile Ootham fandum turned out t;s
tins of thousands to witness the third
of ihe aeries or world's chiniipionship
battles there was nothing iik thg
mighty host of clamoring enthusiasts
thai beeelesed lbs Polo Qroundi og ihe
suany day of I'o initial battle Car
talnly there wee nu sunk mad sorgsabts
to secure coveted places on the plngi
bleachers The local fOI e aster' . glou'ir f
pi. .11 I gg .f ghl slioHvie held Uie
tlWild back OH Ihe lan llllglieill nnd
. ,ii s th i .1- nrhe had nu'iha-i'i'
ae.l. u. Ihe Brand aland for th. 'hat M Ora . id serious thought
were lets in getting under way, fearing s "f Shchlng
.. t ie I'lLnintii llu'l" thai a dirti-li. ' 1 V1 ' '
might develop and cause a p.'Sl
u.t ut of the game.
hla men first took a (Iyer on the game
to gather evidence.
There wai one feature of to day s
throng Hist attracted the attention of
the observing lb. i nnib. r of clergymen,
irtesta of all denominations, e few bis
hops, and a small regiment of divinity
Undents from Vale end Princeton. "The
Cloth" was certainly heavily represented.
The sale of admission tickets did not
hegln until ii jn o'clock, when, by actual
count, there were W fans strung along
'n single file from down One Hundred
and Mfty.flfth -iiei way to the tlekei
Windows They were swlfty furnished
lth II pasteboards nid trickled Inside.
PLAYERS INSPECT "TV COBB'S
The Athletics were full of pepp r. and
lens before the game they hsd started
a redshol kidding match with the black
c'.ad (Slants Soma of ' 10 repartee wae
no) enact! SI r,c the public prims, but
ntrlklliltly effective withal
Aft." a spirited prii'-ilce. both tegmg
.fathered arounl lo !nspe'-l the i 1'.. mo
bile that 'vim ready to i.e presented lo
"T " Co ik foi .' ing been the leading
ni iver ir the Am.-, an League In nil He
ir '"bee. "Ty," who la now will known
in literary field, eras very . . ss
f 11 1 a lull player, bluahingly at knowl
.slg.'d '.!. I 'tio', and after itisiieetlng
the wheel bjBe. ihe aotnpenssjtlng dif
ferenilnt, the carburettor aad the poasu
hility of a bnokSre In big new machine,
resumed hli seat in the press boa.
Prang Sehulte, who won the other car,
received is in Chicago yesterday.
As soon as the QlsntS look i he dia
mond for fielding practice Chief Mender
and Ja k Poontbi went out lo Wgreg up
i..i ho Athlrtlca, nu: it was ev.dea;
that Bender was nt. ready to repeat
agalnei the Qlants, in. throws were
sitff -ir.d Jerky, showing 'hit the muscles
had not recovered from the strain of
Baturdav. roumbe. on the o;her hand,
appeared free and easj utd ;he iiianta
tlgiite.i Immediately thai he .i" to be
in. Athletic enlr f he day. It wae
Inui i nn Po irth Pegs i
these ouinrs on tu .!.., nee trial i,as ft,l HureSM.
siBterniiiii fseeryatleas and Ueksia rl
ai i i..:".. i :j'fi.. BtaitQ teaerl ssa lie
mods -itsm.il. ISisi'ij iu . a t'.r lagti,. tu
1,11, : ol.eil IN. ..II lUllt. lulii.ll
is i Hunt
, ........ i.... ...... i
he be o ne- Kelly a wir.'. Mrs Kelly " " ' ' . ,
wanted Mrs Oelti to leue her li isbam) strangled lo death to-day m the isundri
... it . a. it.l,i I., iii. c.te. ol the Wai I .i'f-.toi la An u itop- !
Ave 'ue t'ourt, agldi Insamuoh a KaMy L'oroner s PMrriolan Schultss showed I
was divorced, he . ould marrv w hom he the babe had breathed only a few I
pleased. minutes before ne was killed j
Ti.e alegistrategglen remarked that Coroner Kelnberg stiu he believed nn
"Kelly muel W I wonderful man to employee ol Ihe hotel gull Tne I
hgve t en nrn Sghtltlg over him " hahv whi found on l tdble. wrapped In
Keiiv stui lie 'dWn'i 'ti to mern newsngper, am. a toaei tied abo.it
! 3.ei I'ark Kve. X.pU.e Pwauiia ivAt.
eltr.er M. . Kelly or Mi s. Uells.
, us utca.
Number Said to Have Mel Death
on Run Through Mississippi,
M'oiiiLK. Ata Oct ir number of
paeeengani a-e ..-i .1 t.. havg bee kiiie.ii
anil t'siil--nlne Injured in a wn tk on'
he New Ur Jean Si Mobile t-'lilcagol
iUoiuaJ, ... .. Ut-ajhi jiu, .Mi.-. , iv 4, '
mi n tills daik and
drear) Jay. and ted" was ringed)
alomt-l I" Malty In the early workout.
Ten minutes before the hour of the
eaine. a slow mlsti in.n iwaii fi-lllng
POLICE HANDLED BIG CROWD IN uvei I In Held Ual ralni Us and am-
PEltf-EC r OHDER. brellas aers hurriedly roughi Into sen
Ivlee This made th.- coiolltl.ins nerfceft
a'n i fr nltchers with Brest soevd and both
The nolle it rat. a. Hu nts SI
perfect an. I roflrpeteni to l.aa lie any
ii ii of moneier t rong mat might lay
ol;e to tile Hi -II BtadlliSBl i'llev
'oniliuietl to it.-nd out fresli
t gat un. body wo ild bg In
- ke the ui a m client's
t. .t iers
Th.- fop us.-.! nnicnt for the day
) ui Hrintinn behind the bat. t'onnolly
nn H e . Hid Klemm und Dtneelt
en the foul lines.
vshi.h was actus a ai A ..m gullmi nui ms Udiilitstw
had mile to do but MteVbllab llagg
however, and keep tae swelling throng
i : it-, i toward Ike proper area nee of
e;ts- Lit ii l n- Iter ai d his strung