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THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, OOTOBEB T, lfll.
AXEL'S GOT SOME SENSE AFTER ALL!
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i4ZX TViS LATEST NEWS OF
The World's Series
Manager Jake Stahl, Only Red
Sox Player Who Was With
Boston Club When It Won
World's Championship, Baok
JAKE BTAHL, managar of th Rl
Boa, la th only member of th
Bo ton WorM'i Champlona of 188
who Is atUl Maying In the h'S league
In thai aortas botween th Bootono and
nt-atnrrgha, S'ahl had no ohaa to
play, ea ho wee only a (hort Urn out
of college and tu uaod as a ullUty
hackafp. the regular oatohere being
Ixru Or. gar and Duk rarrell. who loon
i uma at catching la tha ear lea. The
Itoetrm and 'ha atanta won lha oham
ptonahlp of their roanaetlv league in
1!KM. but Ma Olanta rtfuaod to play tha
unantown agTgaton la a world aorta
Aa for the O'ant Mathewaon, Amaa .n. -i. . i. i..
and Wiktaa ara tha only old world'
champion of that club.
Tout prominent ptlrhr In tha Na
tional Laacuo and una twirler In tha
Amorloan hv atvrn thHr ooln-
lona aa to who Ihey th.'nlt w win th
coming oortaa. Jimmy Utvandar. of th
Chloacn club; Marty O Tol and How
ard Camnltt, ba-h of th tlrata. an 1
flaorca Hu(r of tha Cincinnati club
pick tha Qlanta to win, whll Jaan
Dubuo. of the Itrolt team, anya It la
a toaa-up. LatvenOsr. O'Toola, Oamnlta
and hJBaa aaem to think that tha
Otanta' pltohara will win for them.
The Immortal Hotal will b tha head
quartara of tha Daaaball Wrltara Aaao
clatlon durlnf tha itainaa that ara played
In thla cdty. John R Raatar. tha rep
reeantatlva of tha orranlaatlon In Naw
York, hn notified all the writer to ba
I at tha hotal t II A. M to dny. where
ha will furnlah rham with thtlr tlckaie
for the aarlaa
In a lattar to hi friandi In hi home
town. Bfkhart. Ill . Jnka Htahl. iiianar
of tha notun ilea Ho, aan ih.it h
't te (l'in,a
ni th aoathaa aarlaa Ba n talma ajaat
hta laam la tha boat aaTrramion f ball
Player rr gotten togathar. and
furthermoro that tha Olanta will nave
lo play hardar avan than they have dona
hit rar to take tha atraamar from
Despit rha ordar gtrn by Praaldant
Thoma l ynch of tha National Leagua
lo Mai aaon. tha National League
umptra. tiiat ha could not umplra Ui
aetlaa batwean tha PhlHlna and Athlatlra
which bagtna In Phlladalphla to-day.
Mm Johnalona another National League
umpire haa dlaragardad Lynrh'a ordar
and win official la th gamaa. John
tnna aay thai hla contract with the
Service and Saving are the
essentials of every suit ot
clothes I make. If the
average customer can secure
these, he doesn't mind doing
without the luxury.
IW 119-125 Walker St.. N. Y.
lie 1 1 I KPSHUU-f
cioaoa UK) that k
aa ho plaaaaa
at uoariy to
Th Chrrago White Sol of th r marl
can l-u and tha Chicago ru of
National League will baarii . lea of
ar-tn aamea n Chlca . lo-innrt
Oca ! OpWma
Buj Uaara aa m
The Eyesight Troubles)
Are Now Easily Crwrected
due to the skill of our
oculists and opticians, the
moat defective eyesight la
rendered strong and clear
by using proper gla
F.yao Kiamlnod Wltheajf Charge
By Rotlaterod Phyaldana
Perfacl Pilling C.laaaaa. St. SO to Sit
With Par S Near Laneaa. ga.M to SIS
217 Broadway. Aatar Houot
HiSi-thA... ifi.it, 350 sth ... m a.
101 aau. Ana St. 17 Wnt 421 Naw Yaak
m rultan St.. Cor. Bond St. BrooaJya
Swat Milligan's Sleuths
Expose Deep Plot Against
Larry Doyle of Giants
Hole in Local Captain s Shoe
Leads to Discovery of Plan
to Work Old Feather Trick
During the World's Series.
BY S WA T MIL HOAX, j
The Peerless Hitter of the Polaon
Wetc Dm alurv (y (Ad nmom JJr. Jftl- i
Hon". StjaJ fo HlMea rUd Evenino ;
ll'orM Sat awelaarVa rfsAt, prtnlcl '
lint a.i hr paaaaal tf " arid not ;
fond for unyuutlii U'litlny hit tuy.
EVEK'TIIIN'1 la ct ami rcaay for;
tha big ahin-llg. and thr ain't;
much to bL eiJ till the trigger
I Stilted for tha fl'st ahot tn-miriow.
with Cap's Larry Doyte riant at our'
aides, nif aii'i McOrAW gag giine over
every anj,'!t f the eomln' lli?ht. My
ecrt frvl(" mtn ! on lh Job, and
if ninhln' slips I'm k'oln' to have oine
thln' to write niton; to-nnrrow nlifht
that'll niako yon gtt out your pe
I aeiii Mr. Kos:r this DlOraln' anil Bd
fixed ttia up with n i I eat at an
aajrle ol flf;y-:!x dagre from the line
of the rllht-handed urva ball, and
iheii ain't much ohanog of sts uuacla1
anything' 1 took thia job of writ in'
)lece for the paper, and I'm goln'
Lhrougn with it 11 i nsvoa cit uiou to
Taint like me 10 ba braK.ln'. but If
it liadn t bean (oi what I pm UeQran
onto yagtorday thara would have been
a scanilal riht. It'a nil aale now mid
tile f.- :: '! : i I i .Mil 1 .. il J w ..m'l
eiP't-e tiiiii aocrtl yott but I've inaie a
eontraet to toll all t'ie ncva and I fUosg
I'll bava to.
Nllht before last I rnt one of my
ccret Bar V log men out on the buae
lines to make a elOSS eXHininatlon, and
Whliey Whlpaaw IVanl with hlin. They
,olnetl me and MeUraw a little bit later
and thalr latoa waa aa wb:i aa a
"What' the matter?" I asked.
"Can't make no report yet," ha re
pllad. "but uak Mr. McUraw to let oa
i xamlne the oles of the bt as ball shoes
lo b worn by his ployers."
IteOraW lOOkad worried but told them
to go a fur a they Ilka.
The secret service man and Whliey
want Into the clubhouse while we nailed.
In a minute or so they come back hilni!
utg one of Larry Loyl'a ahoea with
RfUND HOLE FOUND IN DOYLE'S
7ut what I thought," aald my old
alouth. H then howed u th ho
aad In tha bottom of It wa a round
tai. about the all of a dollar. It
er 4e covered over with thin leather
tna.t would ooma oft the minute ih
ahtt wa put on and leave tha hula a
bid a wa anied.
Vell, what about Itf" aaked MeOraw.
a r prlied like.
) Bowed for bho ecret ervlce man
to go ahead thourh 1 knowed alieady
what had bappenod.
"When we wsni on the field out there."
explained the aleuih, "we found a email
wire atleklng out of tha ground n.e
fat from aecond bae. We dug down
and ure enough there wa the feat.ier
llow the New York and Boston
Infields Compare, Man for Man
S ' s
Markle. Haw York ill 1 141 N S 11 SB S Ml 1070 SI SI MT
Btahl, Be. ton 83 40 97 a) 6 3 IS 14 .301 TOO SS 10 Ja7
Soyla, BTaw York. . .141 SB ITS 31 S 10 SB 11 JMS 800 343 4J
Yarkea. Boston 188 73 188 83 S 0 0 ST -800 004 SSB 84 404
HaTtog. BTsw York.. ISO 78 US 80 9 8 33 14 .80S 148 880 SS JMS
Qardaer. Beaton ...148 ST 168 83 IS 3 84 IT .317 ISO S8T 36 .SSB
ritohr. N.T York 127 04 113 IT 0 1 13 IS .874 837 880 B4
Wagner, Boatoa 148 T4 13T 27 B 3 80 13 .874 213 368 68 .888
Detailed Final Standing
01 Major League clubt
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... i.-, 'a, n io ,-, it it. -.is t;oa
t, H ioj o. fa ii iii ITCi St
. . "t - lofiii III lii 13 t:i .law
TtTpiTTi fi ftjlil no isi"i?i.4ia
...I ti r, ti sfiil i isfsi !It
...I i i Bill ije ioj in i nai ..tan
. 4n so io ii in wiioii i
runs for that one gam. They never .,
would have workel It on me but the I'iiu ,
mi-n In the plot forgot ar.d pulled it or. Qhj oj
our aecond baseman. That'a how they (iludnuatl
Sot away with It. PWMilpUa
The rhe:no of the crook wa Louis.,
m'uihty lniile but it worked so well Braetlya 71
that It helped them win a pennant till p .. ,
w Knt started. They rlvged up an .j",,,,,, jjj
electr'e wlie that would come out of '
the ground I've feet from aecond hate.
In tho end of this wire waa a feather.
It waa so fixed up tha: a man under Ihg
grand stnnd coul I p-ess a butTon and
ll.e feather on th other end would
"1 don't get you yet." said UoOra)
BILL STUB3S TICKLED ON THE
1 lookod at him In aurprlse. That was
enouxh for me, but a you folks ure not fTerelaad .... II. l !! 1 ' !' lit fl
up to tricks, I guess 1 11 have t0 go on "twit I II "J l l nj 161 US' IS'
Inil. I Bl 81 a T1 S I HI HI' .141
I . 7' Ti' a t. a it
mt i l i I ai wsa aasaaBasaiasii hi iiiaain i I i n I m -am-ar'T A aai'vccaF .'..T a wa
m pi raTwi m?A a r
iWti&mm&L( A&eehi&W .8aBEBMB -
iimmmmm sxem mammas jz
A Belmont "Notch"
collar in white striped
Madras. It's an
Cluett. Paahody a Co.
a". I IS I
" M- " 1,1 " '"'! "I ll0B
u .i"g...., ' i TlSi 14 1 4 ISj .'i
Mnla.V'i.!ilir., T in 10 14 131 II. 17 Ml
rhl.-aan ...... I si a 1 1 21 m n ll 111 t
and explain. You see. aa 1 said before.
the players all run barefooted and tha
scheme was to touoh the hutton und
make tha feather tickle them on the
It wa In the second Inning that the
thing was worked and It beat us out of
Ulll Stubba, our eeond baseman, had
.Ics hit the hall Into the crock ouMde
the park and waa tearln' ground them
base like SMB. On his second lap
Mmothln' tickled Hill on the foot and
he was seen to Jump. Nobody IhOUghl
nothtn' about It until Hill had mad.-eluhly-eliiht
run and hla tongue was
hangln' out. Then the Cip'n of the
other leim motioned to the umpire and
he called BUI out!
"What for?" we all yelled a we
Jumped from the bench.
"necue." aald the umpire when that
feather tickled mil In the foot he
Juinpedover aecond and di nt touch the
bag As he had made one run before
the tlrktln' come off that counts all
right, but he loea the other eighty
even! Later In the game I managed to rrlt
a wallop In for J runs an I the gam
was saved, but w never forgot thai
That'a Just what waa goln' to be
worl-.ed on Cap'n Doyle If my secret
service men hadn'l found that wire m l
the hole In the bottom of Larry'a shoe.
We are goln' up there a-.-aia to-night
to make aaothar In-pectlon and I'll
neon tt 4T '
FINAL BIG LEAGUE RESULTS.1 -5
ATlOSAti i i: Mil K.
PllUbitrab, 16. Cincinnati, u.
Okleago, 4: St. Isw. 8.
OkJeage, 11 Detroit, 4.
rf'.nt it at, t. li.
PUI I Stiff" u
sawsnaawaw eai .i i n rKk. o , "iwjiuiia.irt' iMe..jivaH
Keep me rans iippeu uti to what we
The, wa goln' to work th old trick find I'm goln' to see that thl acrlea
n.... hv the aarnah Grey." "What I la Played on the level
old trick?'' aked MoQraw.
Now I guea II' up to ms to explain
and I'll tell you Jut aa i u:d Mcuraw
Herts After Frank Chance.
CHICAGO, Oct. 7. That an oTer has
In them oaya you nnow ms 1'iaj ore j oeen made to Frank ;,an , mana
didn't wear no ahuea but run the bases J( ,re ohl aKo Cubs, to lead the C'n.
(rimed up on ms. I had Just go, my '"" Ilarnniann mads him ..n
famuu home-run bat r.d they knowed lat w"t-k after a cons.iltailon with
There isn't a toothbrush
made you'll like as well as the
Hri sco - Klean well once
you've tried it.
Clean when you jet it the
liauupareni Hust Cap keeps off
dirt, du;4 and finders.
Bristles firm, sprinjjyand
stay that way.
Four sizes lfic, 20c, 2fic, 3.rc.
it, uiuoiiU. iiur, aaaaa from u. aaa sai k
iiaugrd at full value er rrturaed fur saa
r.a lea per .rut., wiibla uue rear.
0-a.i.y oiiu au- -orro-v
' I sTfia'T
i ;.ti.fH Mltu jtfilUetBCaa Aate
U htiwr uiit iniiiilr. il i ml HsThtr-eli of
IneM fitf-hulf .'Mi f ti.tinuntN tliial vtill
t on nislr iii m: i ra l. I lie. i..,.. tu !
Illi tt--uliHrfi . Mini I l iin.M,,.. OHlnaT to
LvfKiaf'WI Irr,!u,rf.. r"ri 'r
II the l. i brftliKi of .Umi.iuh.I
rfumn hiimi. o..r gmmtm fo? -ftiiif,
...as.. a- t- Va IBL. "Ill HOt
III. I til MMKIr .(iKIf r t ,...,
Iiur. nil uwkt- flii ... I. r fet'JO i . to. thttin
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ifi--.ii Mir ifinj null v.i.i.im r w i r,
ii.tr i j 1 1 i iiruiiTliilirr, IVft will rt-
Td made up my mind to bit that ball
Into a coal train that waa to com by
at -' In them day tha ml waa
Id vogue that a man couiu keep acorta'
r-reaiuent ..uujpny oi tne i una. out none
of Uia parlloa ooncamod In a deal would
talk to-day. Chance aald he wu bound
by a promise made when be Bold hta
.in th bU waa recovered aod I waa tenth Interest in tba Cuba to return to
gajaria' u MUa' a uaa of a ffcajuaaaa sua M team oast yoac aj hn la araatad.
for Kar -iiol. and Tain Hlnaa
ih. i In alfigle ktunr rlna mount.
no i mi. Ii anr one of
loiliae llii-lu Inr i, hi. lie. ,.pl. e 1 .1.. ....... .
l Id lli In M an Hlllilii one y-nr i
and allaw you BWI l" ntm. lad , ,i
ais.no rah am time ulildn one yaa"
III nt our ni,., i. aid. are anIU nllh Ihla
i- our window illaptay of over half a
million dollar.' worth of lliarnoada. All
ulainly inarkid a In to a.'.IMllt.OO.
CHARLES A. KFJ NL
g g5 g Importer plaiaad-
JLoU Broadway, New Yerk
Being The Mo.trrn Adventures of Omsr Khsvram, the Orral Persian
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'Twas Not Like This in The OJdep Days
The Milkman woke him up at Break of Day.
That got his Goat. Omar climbed from the Hay,
Grabbed up a Shoe and soaked him on the Bean;
Then smoked an Omar 'till his Grouch gave way;
"Oh, such a Headache! Give me back my Bough,"
"My Flask of Wine, my Book of Verse, and Thou!n
"My Persian Kitten ! Sing again to Me,"
"And Soothe the Throbbing of my Burning Brow,"
OMAR the new Turkish blend dgaritt
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