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GIRL BRIDE PLEADS
BUI DAD TAKES HER
Three Days After Wedding
Eloping Couple Are Separ
ated by Irate Banker.
JUST LIKE MELODRAMA.
Auto Driver Has His Employ-er-Father-in-Law
Conrad Eysoldt. leading man In tha
sHrrlnr Newark and Mount Tabor ro
maatio drama In real life, "The Bank
fa Daughter," held a Ions eoneulta-
Hta with hit lawyer to-day, deviling
meaas to reooTer hla bride, aeparated
fratn him three daye after they were
saarried In City Hall, Manhattan, by
Alderman Jamea J. Smith oa Monday
Dorothy lAiehear. seventeen-yeer-old
daughter of'john W. Luehear. president
at Che North Ward National rank, New
ark, loved the dashing chauffeur from
the flrit day he cranked the family car
year ago, and, romantically preparing
for a quick marriage arid an equally
ratfd getaway, they came over la thli
dry and obtained a marriage licence
laat February. "Now," aatd "Connie."
"irtien the time comes-tilngl we've
X continued to drive her to school
4 Ml Townsend'a Seminary, with the
license in Ma Initde pocket May 1 the
fatally moved from their residence, No.
tea Sumner avenue, Newark, to their
Mount Tabor summer home. Baturday
laat Dorothy drove away with "Con
ate" and did not return.
When the banker raved and threat
Med him Monday,sthe chauffeur did
at tell him the girl wee at the Motel
Navarre, Newark, but decided the time
kd come to use the license. Alderman
Smith did tha job a few hours later.
THEN THING MOAN TO
They spent the night at the Navarre
aad the following morning things began
Is happen with the exalting rush of
emotion and the plot and counter-plot
of a good old-time melodrama. Here's
now "Connie." bride-bereft, tell ltt
"Tuesday moralng zay wife a
decided to get Into cosamualeatlon with
her parent!, which we did by phone.
A abort time later Mr. Marsh, the
eaahier, aad young Herbert Luahear
drove up to the hotel In a taxi cab and
wo wero naked to go to the bank and
hare a talk wtta Mr. Lusbear.
thought everything waa all right But
when we were dnring down Broad
street my wets became auspicious and
Insisted on our return to the Navarre.
"Then my wife and Mr. Marsh got out
of the cab. Before I could follow, the
oak door waa gummed shut by Mr.
Marsh and Herbert grabbed me. The
chauffeur, who waa In the plot put on
speed. Herbert waa no match for ma
I opened the door and leaped out M.
Marsh waa trying to sold Dorothy. The
straggle ended when I reached my
wtfe'a aide. Finally we agreed to go to
Mount Tabor by train next day.
"On our arrival at the Luehear rest'
dance we were met by Mrs. Luehear. J
believed we would be forgiven. Bud
aealy Mr. Lushear entered, his race
ablate with anger.
THE LOVELY HEROINE JUMPS
" 'So you have concluded to bring my
IHUe g4rt back,' he yet) fed at me, and hie
earner waa threatening. At this Dor
otky sprang between us. and throwing
bar arms about my neck cried: 'Please,
father! Don't hurt Connie; X love bias
and nave married him.'
' "Then the two men pushed me Into an
other room, where I waa held praoa.
oally a prisoner.
"I escaped from the house and ran
to Morrlatown, where I charged Mr.
Luehear with attempted assault. Ilia ar
rest followed. Then I tried to got Into
assamunlcatloa with my wife, but she
RESCUED FROM CAVE-IN.
sairaaaea gave Laborer Who
arled to Seek In Rartb.
Thomas Alfano, a laborer working In
a sewer excavation at One Hundred and
riiiysevcnm sirrei aim nuru evenuu
to-day, was badly Injured when a cave
in of rock and earth burled lilm to the
neck. A big boulder fell on tlio man's
leg, breaking It In two places, otiJ he
was also Injured Intf ninlly.
The other workmen employed In the
ditch did not succeed In extricating
Alfano and Patrolman I.annlillii sum
moned HaUallon Chief Walsh with
Hook and I-artcr No. 32. Thii firemen
had the man out by the tlmu tin ambu
lance arrived from Lebanon lloenttal.
while Alfano Injuries ara erloui It
Is not likely that ho will die. 1I Is
thirty-four jirars old and lives nt No.
921 East Ono Hundred and Seventy
, tilth street.
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She Has Played 1,105 Performances
in a Row and Can't Spell "Tired"
But Mitt Knowlet Hat
Worn Out Two Leading
Men and Six Youtht in
the Academy of Mutic
When She Cett Time She
Liket to Get a Whiff of
Real Broadway or Ditei
pate Terribly by a Ride
on a Fifth Avenue But.
BY CHARLES DARNTON.
T thla lazy time ot year, when
enervated Broadway actresses
arc languidly announcing
their vacation plans, It Is positively
refreshing to .hear that Miss Prlscllla
Knowlee, leading woman ot the
Academy of Music stock company,
will to-night toss oft her 1,106th con
"This," to quote a bit ot light sum
mer reading for which I am duly
grateful, "gives her a lead of soma
400 over the next best. Through the
heat of last summer, through the
slush and storms ot two winters.
Miss Knowles lias put In a twice-daily
appearance In trying roles. It a
headacho threatened her, she laughed
It oft; if a toothacho threatened her.
no one knew It but her dentist aad
With these cheering words to make
the trip to Fourteenth street a pleasant
Jaunt, I bought a round-trip ticket laat
night and managed to grasp the endur
ing art and the etrong right hand of
Mlts Knowles. I had expeoted to nod
a pale, tired actress, nervously looking
forward to her next rale. Dut Mies
Knowles, strangely enough, wasn't tak
ing headache powders. After having
been strangled to death In the second
act of "The Typhoon," aha waa not
only able to alt up but she unmistaka
bly had a atrangle-hold on her health
NO TrME TO HAVE NERVOUS
"Tou see," aha explained, "unlike moat
actresses, Z haven't time to Indulge In
nervosa prostration. I've been playing
here twice a day since August. 110. aad
In all that time I've not missed a re
hearsal or a porformanoe.
The sole survivor ot tha Academy's
orlglaal stock comparer let thla sink in
and then blithely went on to sayt "Dur
ing this time I've had two lead lea; men
and six Juvenile men. I'm afraid the
poor fellows found it rather hard work."
"And your I suggested, reduoed to a
few words tn my admiration of this
triumphant representative of the weaker
"Oh I doaH mind it In the least,' re
sponded Miss Knowles. 'It's all In. the
day's work, you know."
X didn't know, but it occurred to me
that she might work oa a schedule.
SAVES TIME BY CUTTING. OUT
Tee, X do," aha aatd. "I'm up at I
la the aomlng, aad down at the Acad
emy for rehearsals at ML That gives
me plenty ot time, because I don't
bother about breakfast. A glass of
water le all I take, and Z seldom have
luncheon. The trouble with moet people
Is that they eat too rauoh. By cutting
down meals I save time aad dootora
bills. Every day but Thursday X re
hearse uatll U.M. On Thursday morn
ing I study at home. And every after
noon and evening I aot That's the
"Not counting Sunday, of course!"
'That's where you're mistaken," Mlas
Knowles reminded me. "There's no rest
for the weary In a stock company. On
Sunday we have our BIO rehearsal ot
the play that wo are to give on Mon
day. Dut oa last Sunday X bad a
glorious outing. My uncle came down
from Newport Nerwa and took me for
a ride on a Fifth avenue bus."
"Do you enjoy any other simple
pleeeures on Sunday!" I Inquired.
"Oh. yes," laughed Mlae Knowles.
"Nearly every Sunday night I go to a
vaudeville show. And then once in
every two weeks I have a gala day,
go to tha wig-maker's and walk along
Hroadway, breathing the Broadway air
Bna looking at the Broadway aotors.
Thli i, y,ry exhilarating. The rest of
the time passes qutokly. When I'm not
acting I study a new part.
' "Out I've forgotten one thing: the
other day I had an automobile ride In
Central Park, and then walked back to
Fourteenth to get a little exercise."
"Do you ever get anything else-
tired, for Instance?" I asked.
"I don't know what It is to feel
tired," answered this extraordinarily
strong actress. "You see," she ex
plained, "I have a flat only three blocks
from the theatre, nut next week we
move scrois Fourteenth street to the
Kox theatre, and that will be a change
"Do you think the change will do you
"I'm aure It will," ahe anawered,
"for the stage door Is in Thirteenth
street, and that will give me an extra
block to walk, Thero's nothing like
exercise. I enjoy inototallthe
exercise 1 tans onlroawa"yT'buf"'rni
arwaye glad to get back to the Acad
emy, On the night ot my one thou
sandth performance here the members
of the company gave mo this," she
added, showing me a locket nttlngly In
scribed. Other friends who gather about the
stage door wero mentioned.
"There's always a crowd waiting for
I me when I go out," she eaild. "This
l touches me deeply. Indeed, one day
when the ciowd waa unusually larco I
was 'touched' for t?( that I carried In
my purse. Hlnre then t have not ven
ture'! for'li with more than H. I don't
mind giving little souvenirs, but clrcuro-
I stance compel me to draw the Una
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AFTER BEING STRANGLED SHE
LEARNS A BIT OF COMEDY.
"There's alwnya a new part to keep
me busy, ot course. I divide it Into
quarters und I nover get up until I've
learned one-fourth ot It. That makos
it aa eaay matter. This la ono of the
easiest weeks I've ever known, for In
The Typhoon,' you see, I'm strangled
In the second aot. Afte,- being atrnngled
X come to my dreaalng room and give
myself up to learning a comedy accne
in The Fortune Hunter,' whloh we are
to play next week. It'a like going to
'Then you're not fond of 'harpy end
"No," etie wearily answsred. "They
keep me on the stage for the final em
brace. There's no setting away from It,
nor from tha curtain call at the end.
However, there are worse things than
the bitter-sweet end. When we played
The Heart of Maryland' I waa obliged
to take five or six calls hanging to the
belt My hands were sore, but I huug
on (or dear life, and the 'kind applause'
that kept the curtain busy. I fe.t the
limit bad been reached when I rolled
down sixteen steps In The Dancing
Qlrl,' but hanging to that bell was far
"And then, of course, accidents will
happen in the best of stock companies.
lASt night, for example, tho hern not
only ohoked me. but he missed m toot
lng and stepped on me. Aa a reiuii i
am nursing a very painful well, not to
approach the aubjeot too closely, let us
say housemaid's knee."
UNKNOWN ADMIRER8 ARE POP
PING ALL THE TIME.
Boer romanoe was turning black-and
blue; but only for the moment, la tlio
next breath Miss Knowles said that
scarcely a month goee by In which aha
doea not receive on ofter or marriage
fiom some unknown admirer.
"Not Ions aco." she Informed me, -a
minister whose name la well known
sent me a tetter saying that I would
be a great help to him ns lits wife. A
Texan cams along a little later with
letter In which he begged mo to marry
him, and aa a apeclal inducement pro-
nosed that 1 bring along the wnoie
company to hla ranoh If I felt I might
be lonely there. A large part or my
time Is taken up In answering letters-
but not that sort!"
Mlsa Knowles laughed at the expense
of men who fall In love over the foot
lights, and then added:
"When I Dlay a 'good woman- t near
from the women and. the girls, and when
I play a "bad woman' I get letters rrom
the men In the audience. But I don't
worry about them. I refuse to worry.
a took' actress has a lot of work to
do, but there's one nice thine about It
tlie ghost wilka every Tuesaay.
SOCIETY WOMEN ACCUSE
PAINTER OF LARCENY
Interior Decorator Arrested When
Jewels Are Missed From Houses
Where He Worked.
Frederick Muni, an expert interior
decorator and pointer, who Uvea at No,
:S3 East One Hundred and Fifteenth
street and who recently had been cm
Ployed by Harvey K. l.loyd, a decorator,
to do some work In several homes of
prominent Flushing families, was ar
rosted In Flushing to-day by Detective
nyrnes of llrooklyn Headquarters, and
in court faced two charges of grand
larceny, lodged by society women. Mrs.
D. II. nurdett, whose home Is at No,
281 Amtty street, Flushing, and Mrs.
Ira U. Travis, who lives at No. B State
street in the same suburb, were the
In the 'homes of both women Munx had
done work recently. Mrs, Burden lost
a ring valued at 1200 and a coat and
pair of trousers belonging to her huv
band were missed at the same time,
Mra. Travis had a Jewelled ring valued
at lioo taken from her home on June 1.
The detective, suspecting the dea
orator, obtained by a ruse the very
coat and trousers that had been taken
from Mrs, Burdett's home by sending
a messenger for them during Muns'a
absenoe. A pawn ticket for Mrs.
Travis's ring, tho ring stolen from
"tra nurilMf l nihv H..,.. A n.
pearl ring, o. yt unci aimed, worn
found In Mums pocket, lln was hold
on ;, uaii on eacn ciigtge uy aiag
What few prloe changes that ooourred
at the outvt of stock market trading
to-day were generally on the destruc
tive side of values. The Hit was hardly
altered at the opening, but during tho
first hour considerable soiling of Head
lng. Union I'uclflc and Copper developed
that lowered ttioso ls.iues about ne
point Other shares reacted fractlo'.ally,
Very litis Interest was attache, to the
Concentration against needing, -which
nroko the price 1o 103 7-8, constituted the
feature nr. tne last hour. Other shares
scored further racesslons In sympathy
with the weakness In Iteadlmr, but tho
last quarter of an hour witnessed a
partial recovery that finally carried tlio
market to an Irregular closing.
The Closlns I'rlcee.
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STRAUS MILK DEPOTS.
Ten Additional Stations Oppued by
rhllanlhroplst for City's Oablce
Nathan Straus to-day opened ten ad
dltlonal paateurlzed milk depots, mak
lng eighteen in all, as hla part In the
campaign against Infant mortality.
Thais summer stations will be located
In City Hull, Uittery, Seward and Cen
tml Iarks, on the recroatlon piers at
Kaat Third. Kait Twenty-fourth. Eairt
One JIundrod and Twelfth, Harrow and
West Fltueth streets, and cm tho Kdu
catlonal Alliance Wool Garden.
The year-round stations aro at the
Straus Laboratory at No, 318 Kaat
Thirty-second tftreet. No. W Market
Htreet, No. Wct Thirty-seventh
Btreet, No. 3S MacdcniBal Mtrcot, No. rZ3
Kaat Flfty-nlnth tltreet. Xo. 80S East
One Hundred and Klevenlh street and
in Tompkins and Slrmnt Morris Parks.
These etutlons arc :nalncilnn1 by Mr.
Straus to prevent digestive disorders'
among babies and to protect them from
tuberculosis, typhoid und asorlet fevers,
and diphtheria 'by supplying pasteurized
inouinoa mux in nursing bottles at lass
The opening of the summer season of
this charity Is marked this year by the
erection In City Hall l'ark of a mo.lel
milk dopot designed under the direction
of Park Commissioner Stover.
EAST N. Y. MAIN BREAKS.
One ot the six malna that distribute
water from the pumping etatlon at At
lantic avenue and Richmond street.
East Now Tork, to the three Rldge
wood reservoirs that supply Brooklyn
with lta watAi htirat tht. Bft.rnnnn. anil
for a while the pumping station waa in
danger ot a big flood. The backflow
from the broken main had risen almost
to the hollers when the flow waa slid-
Tho main that Imrst was a fores
Wtroutli wJiluh tho water !
r,um!,,!j "P radr. to the reservoir, so
,nnl ,pn " w' turiifd olt from th
Dumping htatiou there w.ii nn buok
,lllVl. beyond Mr ...utouts of the main,
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SAVES LIFE WHEN
Yellow Pup, Adopted by Brook
lyn Janitor, Wakes Wife
- as He Slashes Throat.
A little yellow dog he rescued from
the street and christened 'Tramp"
raved Alphonso Moeckel, fifty-four years
old, from bleeding to death early to
day when he cut his throat with tuldlal
intent at So. 7St St John's place,
Mrs. Moeckel was awakened at S
o'clock by the dog's licking her face.
8be tried to brush him away, but he
kept coming back, and ehe called to her
husband who, she supposed, was on the
other sldo of the bed. Oottlnc no an
swer she reached over tor htm and
found he wasn't there.
As ahe got out ot bed the dog bounded
toward the parlor, but Mrs. Moeckel
went to the bathroom to see if her hus
band was there. Ilor foot touched
something damp and striking a match
he saw It was blood. All the time the
dog was In the parlor, barking loudly.
She hurried there and found her hus
band on the floor with his throat cut,
He had used a razor In the bathroom
nd gone to tho pallor to die, but tho
little dog he hid befriended had kept
close watch on him and seemed to
know something was wrong.
The wife screamed, and neighbors
telephoned for a doctor, A aurgoon
from the Swedish Hospital said Moookel
would have bled to death In a short
time, but that hla timely discovery
through the Intelligent action of the dog
Insured his recovery.
Moeckel Is Janitor ot the apartment
house and fives In the basement
Tramp" had been hanging around the
neighborhood for quite a while, sleep
ing In areaways and eating out of gar
bage cans, when Moeckel "adopted" lilm
three weoks ago ana allowed him to
sleep In the apartment.
Why Mocokel wnntoa to die he would
not say and his wife doesn't know.
MEXICANS SEE END
DEFEAT OF ZAPATA
Rebel Leader Wounded and
300 of His Troops Killed
in Two Days' Battle.
MEXXCO CITY, June 16. What Is re-
garded the deathblow of the revo
lution in the south was struck by Oen.
nobles to-day nlien, after a two days'
battle, he defeated Gen. Zapata In the
State of Morales. Gen. Zapata was
30O rebels were killed and 200
made prisoners. The remainder seat-
it in .".nnW. wut oroczo racinr
defeat tho evolution Is now declared to
bo cbmpletoly broken.
CailllUlAiHuA. Mexico, June ID. Gen.
Kmlllo Camps, one of the moat daehlng
ofllcers In the rebel army, who lately
returned from a harassing expedition
around Trreon, was placed, under arrest
together -with Ool Jose Alatorre by Gen.
'Paacual Orozco early to-day. Insubor
dination Is charged.
BOY BURNED TO DEATH
AS MOTHER POURED OIL.
Tried to Rekindle Fire and Neigh
bors Barely Rescued Her and
A two-year-old child was burned to
death In Jersey City shortly before
noon to-day. The mother of the child
and a six-year-old brother are In Ct.Tlst
Hospital In a .serious condition as a re
sult of being badly burned at the same
flre. Neighbors who ruhed Into the
bouse saved the mother and older boy
from being burned to death, but they
were too late to save the little one.
'ine oeau ooy ,wiiiiiiim
1 nnsw1 SS4aatt .IS fSS V s"1 V
llelahts. His mother, Mrs. Margaret i
HE TRIES SUICIDE
Ooldman, was trying to coax along the
(Ire tor the noon meal and used some
kerosene oil to help out. The fire was
lighted at the time and she placed the
can of kerosene over the flre and al-,
lowed some of the oil to run on the
tlames. Instantly there was a flash and '
an explosion, and the burning oil spat
tered all over the kltohen. Joseph, wlth
otto, the other "brother, waa playing
about on tho floor of the kitchen, near
i the stove, nnd Instantly the whole room
, 1" JJam.M' T.' ,E.,w ."n"!
I brly ble t0 ve ,ne mot"er
LAUNDERED MONEY SOON.
aoreranient's Wnahlnc Maealae for
Roiled Bins Ready.
WA8HINOTON, June IE, Laundered
papsr money, clean and crisp as new,
will soon be In circulation throughout
the United States. Beorstary Mac -
Veagh to-day installed a currency
washing machine in the Treasury De -
partment which Is expected to save
the Government at least IB00.000 an
nually. It will b plaoed in oporatlon
. The money washing msolvlne was
devised nf trr months or study ana
exnariment bv the uurinu or jontrav-
Jng and rrlntlng, the manufactory of
UnltM States currency, Millions of
nolxs Whloh previouyiy would nave '
been deutroynd will be washed, starch-1
od and Ironed and returned to cir
culation. It Is estimated that at least
do per cent, o the bMa preatoil to
the Trrasury for redomptlon cull be
go revived, The maohlne, it Is said,
L jriU waaa M,U isssK saUs
TIMELY HITTING GAVE
GIANTS GOOD LEAD
OVER PIRATES EARLY:
Pirates Began the Run-Getting
When Donlin's Double
Scored First 'Run.
jS'ew Tork, Pittsburgh.
Umpires. Rtgler and Hnnerani attend-
rOUJ GROUNDS, NEW YORK, June
18. The heavy clouds and tho constant
danger of rain held the crowd down
to 2,000 at the second game between
the PtttiAmrghs and Giants this after
noon. (Dut for the threatening condi
tions it Is likely that all attendance fig
ures would have been smashed. To
heat the rain as much as potslble the
game waa started ten minutes earlier
than the scheduled time, 3 o'clock.
Crandall waa the pitcher for the Giants,
and opposed to lilm was Hendtix, tho
young fellow who caused Naw York so
muoh trouble last season. Mlko Donlln,
playing for the first time In n Pirate
uniform In New York, was given a
great ovation by the fans.
The Pirates cracked Cranaan hard in
the first inning and look a trad of one
run. Byrne opened with a slnitlo In the
centre and 'went to second when snoo
grave let a, throw to first get by him.
Donlin's clean drive to left bounced
over Devorc's head for two bass. but
when Mike tried to make third he was
thrown out. Wagner bangod another
single Into centre, 'but Miller was thrown
out by Crandall and retired the side.
GOLFERS IN SEMI-FINALS
ON M0NTCLA1R LINKS
(Speelil U T.ie Eiaalca World.)
MOCCTCUUlt, N. J., Juno 13.-The
seml-flnaia began In all divisions of the
Montclalr Golf Clubs yearly tournament
to-day. Tho first wet was still clearly
anybody's race. Tho draw brought
If. D. Smith, Glen Illdgc, against I W.
Carpenter, Yale, and Max Mareten,
Cranford, opposing II. I.. Uolmos.
Alarsten heat Jlolnice 3 up and 3 to
go In walkover fashion.
Smith and Carpenter played an eay.
safe match, which proved without
stymies or spectacular shots. Cards:
list H fl .1 4 4 .1 G 04.'.
Id 1 4 4 3 ( 3 3
mt .1 li S 71 it .'. U 4 S 14
In 5 A 4 4 4 II 4
Second Set Charles Van Vlcck, Jlont
clalr, beat D. W. Granbery, Baltuarol,
one up. llayden Dudley, Crescent, beat
R. M. Tarlcton, Oakland, one up, twcnt
Third Set II. II. Robinson, Montclalr,
beat B. O. Rockword, Montclalr, three
end two. A. K. Stone, Montclalr, best
E. P. Alexander, beat 15. I'. Alexander.
Forest I'arlt, five and four.
i Consolation Divisions First Sixteen.
K. If. Gate, Montclalr, Axial & K. Don
ohue, Otontolalr, two up; Frank W.
Dyer, Montclalr, beat 11. G. rilmpton,
Montclalr, xevon and elx.
cVecond Stxteens Mortimer -M. Singer,
Montclalr. beat W. E. V. Moore. Canon
Brook, elx and live: Thomas Relr, Hal-
jtosrole, ibeat A. C. Pratt, Monclal, four
Third 'eixteen-woiter Rrown, Mont -
lair. beatC. It. Glllctt, Wykagle. two
nnd one: It. F. Decker, Cnnoo llrook,
beat E. F. Miller, Ounwoodle, five and
Down-and-Out Division Bert Allen,
Vox Hills, beat O. M. Palmer. iMont
rlalr, elx and four: ill. B. Lee. Yale,
beat A. It. AIlsopp. Forsos JIIII, eight
nntsr HACE Two -year- olds: four
and a half furlcngs.-tSchaller, 113 (Fair
brother), 4 to 1, 3 to S and S to 5, won;
Frljolee, 110 (Troxlcr), I to 3 1 to i
and out, second; Ponkataeeet, 11C (Han
over), 1C to 1, to 1 and 3 to 1, third.
Time, .89. Good Night, Morning Glory,
Stannte also ran.
nitftT HAOE. Three-year-olda and
upward; tcoo added; six furlongs
Knight Digger, 90 (fichuttlnger), 10 to 1,
4 to 1, 8 to C, 'won; Moliant. 91 (,Uu
broae), 20 to 1, 8 to 1, 4 to 1, second;
Ocean Bound, 104 (Burwell), 2 to 1, 4 to
S. 1 to .1. third. Time, 1.13 2-5. Jacque-
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1 i.Moran, cf. Muggins, 2b.
Cutshaw, 2b. Magee, lb.
Smith, 3b. Mowrey, 3b.
, Daubert, lb. Konetchy, if.
Wheat, If. Kvnn, rf.
.Hummel, rf. mlth, .
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' Miller, c. Wlngo, c.
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L'mjilTes Hrennan and Kmslle.
WASHINGTON 1AKK, IIROOKIA'N,
N. Y June 15.-The threatening weather
P,ayej havoc with the attendance at the
game here to-day between the Dodgeis
and the Cardinals, there not belns more
than J.000 of the faithful on hand when
the tussle began. Manager Dahlcn
trotted out Cy Darner to perform the
flinging stunt while Bhesnahan thoutfit
that southpaw Bailee could beat Dahlcu's
men with his (benders.
The Cardinals started oft well In the
first Inning by scoring one run, Muggins
singled and went to third on Magec's
timely drive to right for a base. Mowrey
ouled out to Daubert. Magee utolo sec
ond, Muggins MUlns home and besting
Cutshaw's return of the ball to the plate.
Konetehy walkeJ. Evans lllcd out to
Moian. As Ma,ice foolishly ran to third
.before the catch and touched that bag,
Umpire Ilmslte called him out when ho
returned to necond base and Cutsiuw
touched lilm out. Ono run.
For tho Dodgers, Moran walked, but
was doubled up with. Ctitnhnw on tho
latler'a bounder, W. Smith to Muggins
to IMngec. J. S.nltli fouled out to
Mowrey. NO RUNU.
In the second Inning for the Cardinal.
V, mlth rinded to i eft. Onkrs tiled out
to iMoran. Wlngo forced W. .Smith l
second, CuUhaw u) Tooley. it !!- w;is
callod out on strikes. NO RUNS.
In the Dodgers' half Daubert raised n
pop fly which Kunetcliy got under.
WheMt wan thii sccomt vlctl.n on his In
field fly, Huffrfn snatching the ball.
Hummel fnireil out to Wlngo. NO
Tli Cardinal added one more to their
tally In the third. HujtkIiu "trolled onj
V. , .1 M V.I 1 l.tX
Cutshaw and Daubert and on Jnko'n
wild' thnrw to thlnl to catch Muggins
tho latter kept right on to th plate.
Mowrey went out, Hmlth t i Djubcrt.
Knortchy lllcd out to Wheat. ONE
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WOMAN, SAY THE ? ,
Also Accuse Premier's Wife ot
Boxing Ears of Disturber
at Official Reception.
LONDON', June 13. Tho suffragel!
version of the amazing scene at
India Offlce last night when a mimaSf
........ 1, l,a,1 AhtatnMl aieai
rlon to tl. reception ncm oy w
Premier In connection with the KlngS
birthday, ntsaulted Mr. Asqulth anoj
tried to tear the epaulettes from Ml
shoulders, Is Issued to-day by the
Women's Social and rotlllcal Union.
To the details already published IM
suffragettes add another scene. Aot
cording to the Women's Boclat and Polls'
tlcal. Union the woman who had age
eautted Mr. Asqulth while being feua
died out encountered Premier and Mrs,
Asqulth a second time,
Sho went up to tho Premier and wet
telling him he could not bo allows
to hold thes- pabllc functions without
Interruption until ho had given votes t
women, when tho Premier, according ts
tho statement, struck her a hard Mot
on the arm with his coelced hat, "wMosi
buckled up under tlio stress of tha
.Mi.i. Arqulth, It Is also charged, fct
lowed this up by attacking the womrt
ami boxing her ears.
JAIL BETTER THAN CHICAGO,
Convention Din Drives Ma a
Court, Asking; f' Cell.
CHICAGO, June. lS.-Olaf MagTKUT,
thirty-eight years old, at his own r
quest, began scrvlns a thirty days' sen
tence In tho city workhouse to-day as
lcfuso frm the tui"bulent scenes of tn
nntiron chine Republican National Cot
ventlon. Magnui told Municipal JuVjCa
Mlmei that his mind had almost becomi
unsullied by the etrcss of the sltuaUO
and ho asked to bu sent to Jail for
reft of his life. Me told tho Court th
ho wn afi-.ild some of tho men at th
Oollreum. wlier the convention la
be held, would kill him.
"A ncnteni'u for llfo Is a good
time," Judge Mimes advised Ms
"how would It he If we sent YOB
tlio Bridewell till tho convention
Maznus objected on the ground
the t':nc was tco short, but finally
promised on a thirty days" sents
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