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T HE EVENT NO WORLD, rllDAT, 0 C If OB IB J lJ Ml.
ENRAGED FANS CLAMORED AT THE GATES FOR HOURS
BOW RroiniiW that Yerkes tossed
ihl, Merklc k lni to third on Ihll
I l It-.it It did him no good, as Mey
ers' lone drive to left landed In J.ewls'
haiuls aftrr he had made a high Jump
fur the b.ill. The t'hlef was ogsin MM
vMSf of hard lucr. ONE JUT. Ni
ROM.
THIRD INNING.
Wllh two strikes on Wood, TesTeSt!
tried a curve, hut the llostoh pit her
drove It Into right for a single. Tesrrau
missed tba piste three HMl In a row
and then msnsgd to act n strike over,
lull the next waa the fourth hill and
HMpf walked. Yerkea attempted to
bunt the flrat ball, but missed It. Ha
again tried ti bunt, hut fouled. Yerkes
then sent a flow bounder to Tesresu.
who threw to tleri'ic at third and
forced Wood. Speaker went after the
third ball pitched and was out on an
easy grounder, Poylo to Merkle. ftoth
runners ilvsnced on tr.la play and
Uwli had a (teat chance to clean up
There wag nothing doing, however, aa
he topped a spit ball for a aloW (rounder
to Fletcher and wa out at first us I,
HIT. KO MTN.
KletchT was given a great eratlon
when he came to bat. Hut be hit a
cufva'balt to Wnnd aad waa an easy
nils. Wood to fttahl Tesread st,ruck
out on three pitched balla, taking
hefty awing cacti time. Iiavqra drove a
hot grounder to Gardner and waa out
at Oral. NO 11 ITU. NO HUNS.
FOURTH INNING.
Tesraau waa very unsteady Id the
fourth and gave Oardner four strain In
ha I la fir a pass. Htahl SRHQRoa S
eacribVe. )Ut Te.reeu gat tha ball and
by a quick throw to Fletcher furred
Oardner at eirond. Htahl got a good
alart and etole accond, Meyers'a throw
l .! high and wide. Wagner waa out
on an raay grounder to Mr kle unsssM
rd, Btahl advancing lo third on tha
play. Fletcher made a great attempt
fnrl.lndy'aahnt over second, but fumbled
after breaking the l ill downtliutlt went
for a alngla and Stshl acored. Wiod
lifted a high fly to Murray and retired
the aide. ONK Rl.'N. ONE HIT. NO
KRROIIB.
Doras want after tha aerond ball
pitched and waa nailed at flrat by a
halr-llne on a alow bounder to Yerkes.
After making Hnodgraas atrlke at a
fart one. Wood completely fooled him
wlik a curve that apllt tha Plata. Ha
then switched back to hie fait one and
rtnodgraee atruck out, without awlnglng.
Murray a!o truck out on two faat
mica and a curve ball. The New York
i irowd ahnwed I la appreciation of
Wood's artletlo work by ohaertng him
to the echo. KO BINS.
FIFTH INNING'
Murray turned hack to the right field
wall andmada marveUotgi tjaute-hand-id
caH'h.pf a drlvg from Hoaper'a bat
that looked good for a triple. Thla waa
by far the mott wonderful play of the
game. After taking two strikes, T.rkea
laughjt, a faat one on tha POM) and ehot
It Into left for a Magic. Tba feus were
hitting Tesrcep hard, and hie unstrad:
neai Ml hefeetng tres. Hergog got
speiker'gihot shot and anspprd tha bail
to loyIe In Mire to force Ygrkea at
aecond. Speaker attempted to gteal eec
..ad. but Meyera mae m perfect throw
to Doyle and flail sd him by three feet.
NE JUT NO ItUN.H.
Waster made a wonderful plrk-up of
Merkla's alaah through ''in bog and got
him at flrat by a nose. . -ersog took two
striken aad than drove a alngla paat
Htahl. Meyera atruck out on three
pitched balla, tha laat one being a curve
that completely fooled him. Wagner ran
hack of aecond and made a marvelloua
top of Fletchrr'a drive aad threw him
out by an eyelash. Thla waa the aecond
marvelloua play made by Wagner In one
tuning. Mi KI'SS. ONK HIT.
SIXTH INNING.
Lewie farmed weakly on low aplttera.
Oardner awung at a faat one and hit
aa aaay foul, to llersog. After giving
Htahl three balla, Teartau arttlrd down
and atruck him out. NO HUNB. NO
HITS. '
Tcsrnau singled to left and atarted a
rally for (he Oeanls. On the flret
latched Jiall Drtor. araaehed a terrific
drive against Wood's ahlu and the ball
bouncel past flrat baaa for a alngla.
Teareau going to aecond. Doyle awung
at the flrat Hi' and lifted a high fly
to Yerkea In dlaguet Larry threw hla
hat against on play era' bench. The
Marrta had stopped their waiting game
and are now swinging at the flrat lull.
Knedgraaa amaahed a hot one to Yerkea.
who tbrvw to Oar-drier and forced out
Ievore. Murray then forced out Hnnd
graae on ekartly the aame play. Thr
Olanta had fallen down on a great
chance TWO II ITS. NO rush.
SEVENTH INNING.
Wagner waa an eaey victim gjfe etrlk.a
and Cady follow I anil by fanning nn
three pttorrad balla. W ood drove a MM
fly to Murray anl retired. Tcareau waa
going great now. but It seemed that hla
lart waa too late. NO lU'NH. NO
WITH.
With the onunt etand!ng two and two
Mrkle waa fooled on ettTVt and atruck
oat. Thla wua Wood'a aeventh victim.
Itrraog amaahed a liot drive through
Wagner fur hla rei ond hit o( the gurna
Myera got Into the 2-3 hole and then
llftnd u high fly to Hpe.ikcr. Fletcher
la'urhl 4 curve eutiarely on the noae
and rammed it agalnl! the right fieia
wall for two haaei. arndlng llerrog
lipmv. MiH'ormlck waa rtnt Into hat (Of
Teen tu and grove ,4 alngle that Tgrkag
lirnke down. Fletcher trlnl to icorg ng
(e .!ay. Yerkea recovend feg .all and
r!.1c a perfect throw to tht pjate.
."Iitclrer wna Mocked off the home plate
ind waa an e.iay out. OOtU RON
mwM hith
EIGHTH INNING'
Amca n w pitching for the (l!ant
Hgoper inl-e1 two eirlkra gnd tnen
paapad an uay fly to natehar 8 iborl
I'lat cher made a wotelerful atop of
Vfrlice'a grounder and wltH a parte t
thraw got hirn at tlrat. tpaakai in gi ied
a aVuMt kgalnal tba ritriu n.-id fence,
i.ewle r-ilred the aide on an aaga
rao under that Fletcher toaacl to flrgl
'.'C3 jtl'NH. NO KITE
'jir r ohefli gDotner Mdartttl gtop
rvd ikrow cm Davore'i grounder gud
nttilnd liia man. Doyle amualo-d
Jni 'ii' strglghl Into Hooper' I hgnda
Wur'ier mtde a pliln hoot of Hno.l-grr-'
i it ro inder and waa good for h
baae. Murray arniahed a clean alngl
throng i e h c. i t . gdrgJti ln nodgl . t .
agcond. Jt w.a now up to Uerltle
After tooling uff ihrre hnlla h wga
OfelM out u Ktr.kcr. ONK hit. Nrj
Hi NH
NINTH INNING.
ar Iner poled .1 lorijt single 1 . -eiiti,
cn the tMfebd ball A kad, Mtgbl sac
I, Ames to Menle. 1.., .' , ., 1
vau'iug iu keend, R'ugnei g-gltnl
CROWD OF 10,000 RAGED
AT POLO GROUND'S GATES
WAITING FOR THE UMPIRES
,
Secretary Refused to Let Them Enter Until
After Weary National Commission Had Been
Called Out of Bed to Give Consent.
(By lUract Wire to The Kvenlng World !
POLO GROUNDS, NEW YORK, Oct. II. Exactly at noon to
day the announcement was made that the fourth of the contests to
5ettie the baseball championship of the world would be started at 2
o'clock. The decision 'o go ahead with the gUTM was the signal for a
riot and a rush through the ticket gates the rush of ten thousand eager
men anJ women crazy !o pay out thlr own money under any and all
ra.r'li.-ec ,if time in. I rnmfnrl In .rp n reitfu dtaalM i-u-j ..
Juat how far that de.-lalon waa af
fected hy tha howl like the lynching
hungrv an earn of an Infuriated popu-lac-
whl h roarel through the wlndowa
of the ofll -ea of the New York Haaehall
mail, at Hlghth avenue and One Hun
dred arid Flfty-eeverith eiraet. It would
he hand to gay. Hut after evnry POOVI
encute had been ceinaldere'l are! tel
rrptHined down to the heailquartern of
the National OgfeMllggtOel at the Waldorf
and lauik, and Ifrnplrea O'l-oiiKhlln,
Klem and ICvana had lookcil uver the
ground and had gone to pollne-guard ed,
aoundleita tr-lephorie Niotha to report aa
to whether they ahould or ahould not
give a verdict that tha groutwU were
too wet for a real game, there came a
atirlll, wild cream eg nig and mur
gafaejg wllllngneaa from the waiting
thouaande outalda. Hy thla time they
etret.-hed from One Iflindred and Fifty
aeventh afreet to One Hundred and
FtftyllfCh etr.-ei acrota to Hradhurat
avenue and aouth again to One Hundred
and .Fortketh etreet. which muat have
been heard throug-h tho wlrea to tha
Waldorf. The aleepy magnatea of the
National ('ommlaalon km up and took
notice. They declared tha game oa.
After a night of light and heavy rain
from midnight until daylight thla morn
ing, the I'olo Orounda were a myety
myatary. The great giUleree of the front
of the atadlum atood out of the fog
dimly gray and yellow brown. The
grounda were wet, but not eoggy. Had
It been the day of the routine game In
the National League aeaaon nobody
could have doubted that there waa to
be a game. But becauae It waa a
world'e aerie, mand did doubt. And .
alien the street lamps went out thera
ware but a scant Ave hundred men and
perhaps naif a bundled women a Land
ing, flrat on ona leg and then an tho
other, along tba huge board fanoa of
Klghth avsnue, all of them facing wear
ily towards the admission gates near
One Hundred and Flfty-aeventh street
Aa to what happened after that the
National t'ommlsalon ought to answer,
but probably will not.
TTu ldegree to which the great American
public, and aspucially the New York pub
lic, which Is supposed to be tba wisest
and the moef cynical of them all. will
at and for being used as martyrs bad
never a better example than under the
eoft shadows of V.Hig,n'a Bluffs In the
early hours. Murphy, the gruundkueper,
who loves hla gTeou lawns of the In
field and outfield as a mother lovee her
first horn, went across the flald followed
by an Kvenlng World reporter at I
o'clock. Every I'm,, while he tried th
turf gently, lovingly, with the toe of
his generous hoot. It was soft but firm.
"They can play on It, all right," he
said, "but I hate to think whit It w.ll
like to-miaTTOw and the work It Willi
take to set It right o4:i!n. -tur.',
iney '
i
can play, but oh, me poor grass!"
BOYS HOLDING PLACES IN LINE
READY TO SELL CHEAP.
At It o'i lock the people out on the
aldewalk of Klghlh avenue resulted
nearly to One Hundred and Fifty-fifth
street The men and boys at the head
patiently and got four straight hulls
Ames now 1n trouble. r'ady hit to
PI ate bar and forced Wagner ut second.
Wood drove a long single to right, s cor.
log (loj'dtier red sending 'ady to third.
Hooper lifted an easy fly to rtnodgrasa.
ONK RUN, TWO HITS.
llerrog drove a long fly to Speaker
Meyers fooled out to Cady. Ptetohel
popped out to Htahl. NO HITS NO
RUNS,
LOUISVILLE WINNERS.
PIMrT ltAi'K-Three-ycar-olds and
Upward; selling; six furlongs. -I hi-
mesne. 111. (Loftug). won: Unas af J ad.
I dxh, l o i Henry), gagondj fash on Da
! luciv, in (Bug ton), third. Time, 1.18.
Island Qtiagsi, Tolaoa a'Os ,CoegMarg'
Toil' h. frlrohltd, ComplOa, He en Hur-
nei, tuuee niguimtra utni I.assle also
ran.
TwdoUai Uutuelg Paid OaquMne,
stralgtii. 1;''., place, fel; tbOW, 3.so. Roag
of Jedilab, place, life); show I
Cfegfe on Daltvary, aliow, :.&.
BECKER WITNESS
TO GET $590 AND
$10,000 INSURANCE.
It was learned ;n the 1 ilstr'ct-At-
turner's olBug to-day that Thomas
Coups is 'inning to New York prac
Uoajl) on Ida own terms, without
tha 11 PrptMoa uf which by Assist
ant r4grletAttorny Us pord 'n
refused to hndce OUtSldt Rnfetiab
tetntory. Ti e-,, are:
Tint he anall l al uwcd $.'' for
'. Dense
Thai hla life ahull inniv. by
tin- tyrunti of Now v fi ii'iKic,
the Lnsurgg c t ,r opergllvc from
the day hs laavi Rnglgng until tba
div he ggalu (els foot on Bngligh
.oil. S
- "'j uiaiiiiKuianeg nascpaii efame
of the tin
who had tieen i'llng "Want
to ray a pugg, air? Take thla place
for five dollara!" were now cooing much
more gently and were apeaklng of dol
Ura rind half dollar, and were finding
few ruatomera. He, retarv n'li,u.
whoae chin whlakera
were getting ao
alrV urltK -..!, - .
...... r.. .!,., mat tneyt were
making aounda llku the I. viatica of a
mtMla box when hla flngnri twiddled
them, walked out over the field. He
returned to the Blab houae and allowed
,,ow " couldn't MM , thing about
the proapecti.
Then came an eavesdropped converaa
tlon between itr. O'llrlen and a peraon
named John, presumably Mr. John
Heydlcr. H.cretary to the National
League. Huoh parta of It as ware un
avoidably overheard confirmed the
Impression that the pereons In charge
of the I'olo Grounds a ere emuarraaeud.
It ran something like thla:
"John, how about ItT"
"Wall, you know what I told you.
What do they want to doT"
"There a about two thousand out here
now."
"Yes, the line la growing all the time."
"I know, but there la a man hara who
says It la likely to rain to-morrow too.
If It rains to-day he aayi It la certain
to rain to-morrow. Then both gamea are
gone."
"But we have got two thousand people
out here now, moat three thousand, and
more coining all the time. We can't hold
them here all day. The Police and tba
Fire Iepartment and the press, all ut
them, want to know what they arc going
'".'lo' U Mr '"ann "P ?"
HURRIED TO PHONE HERRMANN
TO OET THE "DOPE."
The two leagues assign four umplree
to settle a mooted baseball question
through this championship aerlea. Tlie
are under orders to be present on tht
grounds at 11 o'clock each day. Than
la no self-evident reason why ona 01
more of them ahould not be here a
least as early as the newspaper report
ers for the convenience of tha public.
At a few minutes after 11 o'clock two
umpires, Mr. O LoughUn and Mr. Klem
appeared. They wulked to second baae
and then to third baae and then
hurried to telephone In apparent
hiiate to learn whether the omnipo
tent Mr. Hurrmann or somebody else
had waked from hla wearlneae of last
night's tntor-reuben excitement between
town and Hoaton sufficiently to tall them
what they ought to think about the ratl0
between to-d.iy'a wetness of grounda and
to-morrow's poaalble profits. Mr. Kvjim
driahod up to tho gates In n taxictb.
Thousands ,rf fans recognneil Mm .in t
iiaauiuliiK a lMMiPty friendliness wh ch no
fun ever felt toward an umpire howled
How uhout It, Kv, Old Hoy, does she
go?"
Sternly, myaterluualy, with beetling
brows, Mr. Kvana hurried to the fair
surface of Mr. Murphy's beloved em
erald diamond. "Iluw about It?" asked
Inspector Sweeney of the l'ullce and
several mcasengcrs of (lie Fire Dpart
tnent, aa he hurried toward the enfar
abOt room, where the other umpires
LEACH CROSS. 01 ,Y0II
HE'S IN AGAIN, AND HE
WILL BOXFIGHT TO-NIGHT.
Leach Crnaa. the boxing dentist, was
baforg the State Athletic Comnilsalon to
d.iy, tiookiHl for a spanking because he
hud Bf MUrnad to book hlmaelf for a
buut with Jack lirlttun at the St. Nlch
olua Athletic Club tu-nlght bt-fore re
ceiving ofllcUl notice that his sentence'
of sixty dgyg1 suspension had been com
muted. Instead of the spanking how
ever, ho waa ofllolally reinstated, with
the risult thai he will he allowed to
go on with the bout to-night with thi
1 lev. r 1 hi' an o lad.
Leach was "set down" fur sixty daya
Sept ID for using the "kidney blow" In 11
hout with Puffy, the young Buffalo
huxer. He presented to the Commission
petition! containing fi.OOU names ualiltiri
that the punishment be lightened. lie
was told the mutter would be taken
under conald' ration, and apparently ma
ins' llos gi a notice that lie was agal 1
in food grace he ui tit ahead and
matched hlmaelf with Brltlon, Toe show
,is gdvartlted, and when Commissioner
I'lxon learned uf this hu demanded un
explanat In II. i Ing liu had be. n a. I I 1-
1 Inaamuch aa he bad naval given his
i. hi o a commutation or the Bibl-
r's lenience. Accord in .ly to-day a ic
clal mgatlBI "as culled.
It wua rsporlad that there hud been
friction botwaoQ Cotumlsalouar Ulx in
ami his uollaagua, Fran o'Nell. avw
the matter, hut tins gg danlad by
bold, i'..e sa.l their principal reason
lor shot ti oh,,; Cross's gUgpailglOII .1 in
tu avoid causing (bu llglilvis and p: -nioteis
001, lie d (he loss of IQOdfey
already In v led.
"But Id . big must beware," said
O'Nsll.
Crowd Lined Up at Polo Grounds Gate
Waiting for Umpires to Order a Game
M.44trwM
w
were already talking to the now thor
oughly aroused Oarry Herrmann.
"They could play right now," aald
Evans, who had not been supplied with
what hsseball patrna vulgarly know aa
the Inside dope. A moment later a pale
faced youth shot Into the croup of wait
ing reporters below.
Everybody hud been shut out of the
upper ornce by this time because or ,
ribald comment on the earlier telephone
dillberatlona.
A moment l.uter earn that blood-curd- I
ling shriek of 10,000 fans atratchrd from i
One Hundred and Flfty-aeventh atreet
lo One Hundred and Fortieth street,
thousands and thousands of them. They
did not aay It In so many words, but
with a bright though clouded aky over
hoad and dry sidewalks all over town
that yell meant Just one thing, trans
lated Into words: "This Is a baseball
day. Give us a game or tell us why.
live Uf busphall or give ua Harry Herr
mann and Bun Johnson and all the I
rest."
ANSWER TO CROWD CAME BACK
OVER PHONE.
Whether tho savagery of that cry waa
begird through the telephone In the Wal
dorf or whatever other suft places of
repose In which t lie magnates might
have been resting at the moment, the
consequence could not have been quicker
hud It been an answer. A hundred gray
coated guards, a thousand of the pea
nut and sandwich cadets and MO ushsrs
run thundering uver the passageways tu
their stations.
The drumming of the stampeding
hcrda un the plains In the resonant Sep
tember night has been told uf old. One
may have seen a Mexican mullliu lo
liullflght-mad rage Into the old flasa
In the Iu Torus and may have heard
them bigg bitter Spanish oaths as they
fought their way politely to the Lazom
bra and Bl aVil, tba shady and the sunny
aides uf the anna between Mies of sol
diers ulert with loaded rifles, bristling
wllh fixed buyunets. He may have
marched self-consciously along the
aisles uf the amphitheatre of a modern
intercollcclntc foutball gsnie with a
girl conspicuously wearing Yale blue or
Harvard crimson Bf l'rlnceton or.ingo
and black. Hut until this day of grace
nd tumultous vunfuslun and joy, no
mun uf this generation ever saw such
racing and pOUnuini and yelling uf dla-
traugbl men as puunded along the aloe
lag gproacbeg ut th. I'olo Grounds and
began slumming down seats with a
mighty nolle ut ollt minute pi.it twelve
o'clock to-day.
Who shall tell of 1 lie thousand and
one thtngal between tha' sudden, fevrr
lah Rgltl for pluce at noon and the ac
tual 1.. ruining of the game two hour.'
l.ilcr? Some man who has three pairs
of hand-, and who . .111 sr . opy to
tcleaTaPh opci'uwns wl h lna lOOl mi)
tell of It.
by way Of low comedy an actor whose
n. 111, 1- w.1.1 si. id to he Munn st.'Uyed
with as ii. tie self -cons clougfJOM us nog-
' glblg, Isiwinif to all pertona who WfeTI
I wIIIIiik lo rcomrnisM' him nf - ne feat)
I bowail flrat, and aa on the end of the
(ll.inls' beneh, or rather oave, M ,the
left u( tliu ecu j e uf the grand stand
CtXVl "WAITING To EmTbT.H1 THE Pouo GROVj NDF t S
g HONOR THE FLEET ! B
g CITIZENS OF
Hang Out
To-Morrow, Oct. 12, It the Anniversary
of the Ducovery of America. B
Celebrate the occasion and the Presence of UNCLE SAM'S
GREAT FLEET in the North River bv DiiDlav-
ing the STARS
horseahoe. Swat Mllltgan. who hus nu
tact when the Olan a are con-ldered, or
If It waa not Swat It was a peraon uni
vensoJIy recognised about the ground-i
aa the hero of the PoHon tasks, went
over and whispered to him.
ACTOR FORCED TO MOVE FROM
THE GIANTS' BENCH.
"All rlgh', all righ ," tald tho actor
unolcgetlcally. "hut would you mind If
1 went over .ind Jlnxed the lied Sux?"
ilu tu It," was the answer, and the
official .Utix wen; to ItoBton hradqu.ir
irn, while the new of his evlc Ion
uprcad front nctlon of section mid
rroni tier to tier and was urreted wllh
ever growing cheers.
On the other side of the screen VfeJ
a wave uf sympathy which moved
uci oss the stands when It was hotlced i
that the automobile of John H-ush.l
Cut Flowers Given Away Saturday
L. M. BLUMSTEIN,
3d and Melrote Avenue; at 150th Street,
Announce thai cut flowerg will be given away to custfetnara
all d. y to-morrow, Saturday, aa a token of appreciation of
their helping us m ,ke our ormal Opening Monday Evening,
Sept 3; lli, an overwhelming aucc;-aa, ; nJ aa a comp.-naa-tion
to thoae who, owinj to tho Uomoitdeua crowd, could not
get into the tore that evening.
Special Safes arranged throunh
out the store for to-morroiv and
the week following worthy of
your participation.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS
t
NEfV YORK: g
Your Flags! S
and STRIPES.
f4
owner of the New York club, tiad not
wheeled Into Its usual position at thu
hour when It always does appear. The
New fart players knew that Mr. Brusu
was under the caru of a trained nursa
with an especially Installed telegrapn
Ir.mrumeiit In an ante-room and a phy
sician In attendance to look over each
bulletin as they were received, play by
plsy, to s.iv whether or not thsy should
be censored before going to the trem
bling f n re i h of the sick owner,
NO CUB-WHITE SOX GAME.
CHICAGO, Oct. U.-A rain-soaked
field and a prediction of showers tit
the day Indicated s.uall likelihood of
the Cubs and Wblts Sox getting to
gether In the city champlunahip game
to-day.
ERLANGER WINS
T;
(Continued from First Page i
between the lawyer and the Justice's
bench. "This Is a most outrageous
charge. There la no word of truth In It.
I am Inexpressibly ahoeked at Mr.
Mouvler's question. I ask what Mr
Houvler ssys be disregarded and that
a Juror bo withdrawn."
"Motion granted as to Jury disre
garding statements of counsel," ruled
tha Court. "Motion to withdraw a Juror
den eo at tms time, i rorDiu you 10 ,
further go Into this matter'"
Mr. Bouvlcr evidently did not realise
the serious way In which the Court re
turned his decision, for he returned to
hie papers and then asked deliberately :
"Did you not In June, 1(1 1, swear
that Leonard was the husband of the
woman you called your wlfeT"
Mr. Jerome leaped from his aeat and
ruahed to the Jury railing. "I main
tain, Your Honor, the Court's ruling
his bean wilfully disobeyed and I
move"
"Motion to withdraw a Juror grant
ad!" Interrupted the Court, smashing
his gavel on his bench. "Now, Mr.
Bouvler, I shall hear you ns to why
you should not be punished for con
tempt." COURT ORDERS A MISTRIAL
AND FINES COUNSEL.
Bouvler glanced about In a dased wav.
Tha ashen face of Max D, ItttMf, who
sat quietly during the exciting court
scene, assumed a whiter pallor. Jerume
waa grinning triumphantly.
"I deem this case a mlstrlsl and I
flno you, Mr. Bouvlsr, HO for con
tempt of court," aald Justice rage as
he arose to leave the court room.
Mr. Bouvler pleaded that tha fine
be withdrawn becauae of the stigma
It would attach to his reputation. He
said that never before In all his years
of practice had there b-en the slight
est reflection cast on his reputation.
The Court declined to grant his re
quest. "Will the Court grant me an excep
tion?" he pleaded as the Jugiice left his
seat.
"Tan, yom may have an exception to
my ruling on the withdrawal of a luro
hut no exception as to the fine I Im
posed for ewnternpt of court, liemem
br. too, you will wtand committed If
you fall to pay this fine."
Miss St. Clair was geeklag to recover
tt.M), flrat Instalment of a SS.ODO con
tract fur her histrionic services mad
with her by Mr. blrlanger.
This Is the second day of the hearing
of the case. Mr. Urlanger waa on the
stand this afternoon and ha proved tu
be an Interesting witness.
Led by his lawyer. William Travrrs
Jerome, Erlanger told of Lawyer Max
U. Bteuer's visit to bis office on Aug.
7. its, when the contract waa signed.
Mr. ah-langer repeated bis story of what
Hteuar, acting for Miss St Clair, aald
regarding an alleged contract for life,
which Miss St. Clair believed (be was
working under, and alro about the re
lationship between the producer and
Miss Bl. Clair. As a result of what
Htcuer said, Krlauger testified:
"I knew that sir. Steuer had me and
I gave up."
The witness told of "Little Tim" Sulli
van vlaaUng him on Aug. and telling
him that a friend, Mr Steuer. Wlabad
to see him the next day "on the St.
Clair matter." eHeuer and "Little Tim"
went to Erlanger's office, Aug. 7, the
politician leaving before Erlanger and
Steuer had their conversation.
After Mr. Erlanger had slated th.it
"only fear of his hoing belrg rul.ied" In
ducod him to sign the contract, he ad
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Special for Friday, Oet. 11th.
ASSORTED HARD CANDY ,,,.,
and lavltlng assortment of old - faali-
b'Ued wlii'lraidneneiia. h as Curia.
eallnellea, llutlrn uu. Itiittsracatrl.ea.
Bat a. tuts, etc. all la a -g i
single bos. li&V. value. I Iff
hiiMi ant AW
OPPOSING
LAWYER IS FINED
Wi flhiirissit f.Vi TlsssAif JwBxwJI
SPECIAL FOR FjuDgY A D A i UK DAY
OiOCCUTE
RA!S:N CLUSTERS
A ue ;ir. iul nhleh will ,i.i,l, appeal tu you
rluatars of tasli sml w ioleintie rainlni, cov
ered thickly frith our iiot-i.lele to add dv-
B ne- rtllN'll Itiiv
ASSORiEU CfiOCULiTE COV
ERED jELLIES eel era of pure
jelbr. la an aaaurtmeoi of frail Havura
that makes the mouth water, cud a
tie. elate i overlug that uiaidrlea a
ixrlrvt uffering. Our regu- fj f
lar a .-. goods. I HP
rot 'D BOX JLJr
OFtEr NGS i OR i K1DAY A D bAi UkDAY
MILK ChOCOUTE COVLKEu
ALMOND CLUSTERS The sweet
est ef all auts. bunched In roavsaleat
she and moulded la a thick grwarb,
shell of our Premium Milk
I bouiiiaU I'll, Ml 1UIX WV
ag i a i n r r as saa si Jaw ss
l'ar Mow aud I orllaiidl Mtreet alorea oorn every evrnins aniii"Ti".o S ' 7" "
All our rtursg ouen Hatur.laj sVealS until "t " ' 'oek.
MILK CHOCOLATE COVERED
I-RlSH FRUITS Crntere of
fnsti fniltg, retaining ull their
natural Julceg and luHclougnegg,
and given grea:er Uellclouaaegs by
a thick ia. ket of our
Hreiu.uui Milk Cbooolate. QQ
POUND BOX OUIa,
mitted that fed reputation was also at
stake.
"Von feared the wrong you nad dona
woull reach the public?"
"That' the Idea," answered Erlanger.
Asked If he feared his reputation
might be besmirched If his relv.l.Jns
with Mlsa St. Clair were to becomn pub.
lie, Erlansrer answered: "I'm a llttla
too modest to answer that question."
"Well, drop your modesty for the oned
and answer"' demsnded.Vr. Houvler.
"For a reputation for Integrity I ant
second to no man In the ITnlted Staltea
and I did not want to lose that."
"Did you believe on Aug. 7 that yoti
had done Mlag St. Clair a wrong?"
"Tea: that Is, I believed tht I had
done Mrs. Erlangtr a wrong."
"What wrong do you mean?"
"I dont want to answer that. I don't
think a msn ought to I called upon to
answer such questions. " resumed the
producer, with a gallant sweep uf hia
hand toward the crowded courtroom
SOLID GOLD SKAMLEJ
mDDIG KINGS
g C P e-
K asa L
mow nfr Mtwrirri bfb
AT I ACTORY PMCRS.
MUD 1 4-BT. GOLD MUD I -KT. SOU
A 17.71 A
B .74 7.71
C- 1.7 C d.M
D- Ml D CM
E 4.75 E 6.50
F .71 F 4.M
MUD I2-KT. HOLD
A IM.Oi) B U.M C ICM
M Chara for Fnnravlna
I'er Mere than MMv Yeara e-s have
BiisMlned our rscutatton t ntaniifac
rur'ns and 'Ulna the i t reliable
Nelld Cold and lllamnnd Jeoelrr and
solid oild s, .,!... IVrrti Ins Klnsa
Al thr Most Modrratt PrtoM tor the
Fianl Qaglity and Bed Workmanship
.':.. I il. . v.l.
Our loislnesa. located for more
than tl'i. isnra at 'in l.riind HI.,
rurner llldrtdKc. has moved te
: Jxth VC. Cortrr 17tll St.
He ueetipr the entire tnilldtns,
erltfej much larsr and heller fa
.rules for our laereastna luisliiesa.
4 No ronneeiton wllh inr other
. 'e-e. 1
YOU
don't have to accept "any old thing"
in lollies impl because yuii wish
the acconn.i. .liitiori of credit. We aril
only first-ciass, st.illsn, wrll-tiUiug
lot he, fur men, women and chil
dren, ami expect you lo be us par
ticular as tbougb you bougbt fur cagb.
NO I
1
A
WEEK
MONEY
DOWN
Our prices are one-third leee thaa
you'd par slsswhare, aad oni
Credit Terms Are
Confidential
2274- 3-Av.i7w.l4r. Sir
Itoi. i3u a i fedtfel net. ntliAutb Ara.
Open I ulll r. VI.
CARPET J. A J. W. WILLIAMS
hi et Calaaba. fett iis
CLEANING 353 Waal MM
oieo,
i BTRMsV-Oa Oet, in. mij. at uo praai-
dint at., Hrooklvn. &N24A FlAKl.T
Hi It.NS. wife of Udward Bgraa,
Services at Ht. Attgttgtlag! Ctmrrh.
flth gv, and hterllim place. Itrouklyn.
nn Bgtardar, t'ct. It at 10 A. .
Interment private. Krlanda are re
uueattd not to send flowers.
Trade Mark. I
Spcti a for Saturday, Oct. 12th. I
CHOCOLATE C0ERED CALI-I
POBNtl PIP...
VlilrliloUB stud Bppa- I
1 1 I JT 1 'ii-. r, M.lrrnl rVfJO tllort? 0
1- L
""' "J m liu iv i i rrina in
10c?
I III) lair.
at. i' . 1 .In.' elrtB-
VtrM
pnrvn bi.x
15c
ASSORlEu NUT ROiAL MSSES
4a original romhtnatloa, la rhnea.
late. Mu-ilo and Van. flavor, mlualrd
with nhlch are rhntnied nnU, formia.
a ntoai troiutliur eontn tlon. ara, aw
Our reaular Jite. goods. A. a
I'" Ml BOX eVtJfj,
SLiER BONBONS AN J UlOCa
wiu un all U1OC0LATES
Kare drltelnunni-ev, unusual ! '
aad uiieuiialted uurin a!aTBKaitjffe
sons for li e nlirnonieS J MBaCuVsI'Sl
thla "I jeriiig. Vuur . a. n c-r,i" '!C "i
ii i" i Ha 1 1 ...... i , "
pari ahaalag rj
power here.
I'"" Ml HON OfJI
iwrj I LMIJ nw safesaal
KmE1 w
ST.
Ths .Dselfled weight I,, , , i'TT"4'
elude. Ih. eaatalnar WBC" ln'
mm
SIX1H AVE., Cor. 17th St.

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