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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, OOTOBER 18, 1912,
GIANTS AND RED SOX IN LAST CLASH
(Continued from First rage.)
Itm to Klvo the Giants a touxh
The flrst ball pitched bf Urdlfnt
waa a strike hihI Josh walt.il as he
put over another one. The n-xt wan a
ball. Devore d till the count
tood two and Hirer and then smashed
a KToundr-r to W:ikii.t, who threw him
out at first. The flint pitc hed to DOJTM
waa a bnll. Hut IM fOUMtd the m il MM
Into the etat.d. I.arry alio played
Badlent 'till he had him In the two
three hole and then smashed n hot
drive to Wagner and died exactly as
did Devore BnodmM alio played the
uniting name on lledlent and not a lie
on balls. Snoilicms att a itnud turt
and made a clean Htt-a! of sr.-und.
Wafner muffed Cady's throw a, id Ihe
acorara itava Mm an error. Gardner
grabbed a hot imaab from Murray's hat
and threw him out at first. NO I1IT8.
Hooper swung at the first ball pltehil
and was out on an eay ftronmler to
Maftcle. After Yi ikes lind fouled off
two hlch ones, Mutty struck him out
with a big curve that split th plate
SpcaJter slapped a alow one Into right
for a single and took second by a
Itratch, when Doyle droppi-d Murray's
throw from rlKht. Lewla was an eisy
victim and struck out on three pitched
ball. ONI HIT. NO RUNE
Merkto waited loj long on Ttedlent
and was called out on strikes. Herzog,
after taking two strikes, smashed a
long drive that Speaker caugiit In denp
Centre. Gardner made a plain fumble
of Mcyers"s grounder to third and It
waa good tov u base. Fletcher followed
with a clean single to centre, the
Giants' first of th.i game, ami Meyers
moved up to second, lledlent made a
throw to catch Meyers off second, but
Inatead of going hack to the bag Meyers
ran on to third and was safe, as Gard
ner dropped the ball. Fletcher took
.eeaond on the play. Mathewson retired
tha aide on a long smash to Speaker to
daap oantrc. ONE HIT. NO KI NS.
Oardner got a base on balls, which
waa Matty's first pass of the scries.
Doyle made a great stop of Stahl's
hot grounder and tossed it to. FletCb.tr
In time to force out Oardner i-,urrj
atumbled In making the throw, dui
Fletcher saved the play by diving for
ball atfid touching the bag witn
foot Wagner cracked the first
hail Into left field for a single, aa-
J u, in .nil f'ndv fouled
IWVlllI w -
off two line drives and then popped an
easy fly to Merkle. Doyle toesed out
Hedlent after stopping an easy
rounder at second. NO HUNS. UNli
Devore got four straight balls and
walked. Bedlent got the first one over
'on Doyle and he drove a !t one to
Gardner and was thrown out on a
close play at llrst as Devore took sec
ond. Snodgrasa sianmie 1 at the first
one and fouled It Into the stand. Snod
grasa was out on a high bounder that
Stahl took unassisted and touched the
hag. Devoro took third on the play.
Murray came through with a long
smash to the left Held stand for two
bases and Deviore scored. After a long
Min Speaker got one hand on the hall,
but could not hold It. Merkle smashed
a hot one to Wagner and was thrown
out at first on what Itartad like a sure
single. ONE HUN. ONI'. HIT.
After getting three balls Hoopor
wag forced to awing and died on an
eaay uroundor to Doyle. Yerkai
awung at a curve and was thrown out
by Mathewson on an cany roller to the
box. Matty struck Speaker out with
comparative ease, while thv big New
iTork delegation arose and cheered
Fletcher, and was tossed out at first.
Gardner lined a hot one Into centre
which Snodgrass muffed and the bnll
rolled safe for two bases, hut when
Gardner trlivl to take third he was
nailed at third on a great relay throw
Mno.lgraas to Doyle to Herr.og. flail
struck out on four pitched liells and
retired the side, no hits. NO runs.
nO the Mis! ball Pitched Wood split fh I
plate with t strike He then shot an- I
o:het one over on Mi.rriv. Jack then
smashed a groiNi.!,.." to Sinn and
oat 'ut first. Merkle slapped s hdl I
gtounder at Yaritai and w.n thrown'
oui at lire:. Ilersoi: slan ned i atfsVI I
rlnala Into right centre. Meyer
srhacked I slow one to Terttea and w'
Doyle Itf t-: hi k i pop-fly j alio oui at tlrst ONN HIT. NO HX'H
who got it back of third. larkt hit Matty in Iha knee with .
Sick hrailarlicV Always tr.ir tlirni to
lu.. liver, tlttayed, forucaMag food in
i In- imweis or s sick itomach, roiionmit,
, on-tipiiteil mutter, xases ami bilr gener
ated in the bOwW, intrail of Mil
carried out of the system, is reabsorbed
Devore cracked at the first ball and
MIMIhed a wicked drive that bounced
off Hcdlcnt's shin for a single. Devore
was out stealing second, Hedlent hav
ing pltc.'ied out so that Doyle could not
I hit the ball. Uady's throw to Wagne
was perfect. HooPhr ran back to the
fence and leaning over the rail cans. it
a drive from Doyle's bit that looked
like a sun home run. This was the
most remarkable play of the game ..:!
I one of the best in the series. Snodgrass
slammed a long single Into left. Mur
ray Wis out on a pop rty to Cady.
TWO HITS NO RUNS.
Murray ran bank to the left field stand i on a lonf lly to MtodgTM
and nulled down a hlith lly from Wag- O.Nr. Ill
ner's bat. Without moving from his
tracks he caught another one that Cady
sere! soaring In that direction. Bedlent
was out on a short fty to Devore. And
Malty had retired the side on three
pitched balls. NO IUT8. NO RUNS.
hoarse. ONK HIT. NO RUNS.
Matty lifted a high Colli ha k of Aral,
but Htahl muffed the li-ll and nan him
another rhnnc. Matrv then wUfll Ot
a fast bnll and llltad It nto centTt .r n
single. Devore Mintt.1 ; Bed :it, sTilO
threw to Wagner In time to lorce out
Devore got a llyleu slait and mad a j grounder, hn II- izog matched up the
clean slenl ol leCOhd liarinei tire ball and threw it to lust in time to
out Hnodgia.-s IflM stopping a (Todnder put hlin oUt, After giving Ml" iker three
that went it lilm like I bullet ONB I halls Matty settled down and retired
hit. no ki'Nm ' him on an sag) grounder that Doyle
Gardner drove a long fly t Hn.,.1- I threw to lint. Fletchor run back of
grass, r letcher, M'lrra) and flnodftaag I iecond and got LeWla i prpounder and iutollichlnml. W hen this poison reaches
allowed Hiahi's pop-fly to fan between ; threa him out at first no hits NO I deticate brain tlaatlf it causes ronefe
t'lem for a sin fie . mi, though either or i IHNS. i (j,,,, ,( ns ,ull. sickening liemlachc.
of khem could have taken the ball, It la I MIMTU IIUMIMr 1 nsearets remove Hie cause lV stimu-
hard to siy who was to l.lauic. Three ItlW I n INMilU. telUa the Hum m.kine the liriV an.l run.
i McCormtcli batting f or 11 tsher In the J itipatloa poiaol move on ami oui A the
I ninth, And he hit the llrst nan. wiuon
as a line drive Itrglght Into Lewis's I
i hands. Mathews, n struck nut. DOVOFe
took his time on Wo d and got his base I
on hulls. Doyle astl OUI on a hot!
croon lei that Yerkes threw to Suihi. 1
NO HITS NO RUNS
Hhafer Is now plavlng short for the
Giants. Oardner filed to Sm Ittrass for
nn easy catch. Sti'il Ml a drive to left
field fence for t.w b.'ees. Wagner was
OUt on a long lly to Devore. Catty Hied
to Murray and the ga ne went Into extra
Wood spilt thelnnings ONsf. HIT. N RI NS.
FEEL SHAKY, BILIOUS, HEADACHY,
OR CONSTIPATED? TAKE CASCARETS
Imllls were called on Wagner md the
crowd iHhtan to shout at Mathevfeon.
He tnOil drew the fourth (Ml (I and
walked. Cady Ml at the first ball I
pitched ali i llntd an easy II v 10 1
Fletcner, Hendrtokaon went Ini iat foi
Bedlent, After taking two strikes Ib n
drlokaon smash -I a drive that lilt the
third i ic iiti I DO tinted away from two
bases, while Ht ihl scored and Wagner
went to third. I! sMa? re tired the side
On the first ball pltchec
bowels The effect is almost instantane
ous. Latliri. whose irnsitive organisnii
are f jpot'lgtly pftnia In "tek headache,
need not sultiT, for I hey can be quickly
cured by Caeca rats, tine taken lonlgal
will straiglitrn you out by iiiorning a
ill-rent box will keep your head clear,
slomarh sweel, liver slid DOwUla regular
sml make you (eel bright and cheerful
for months, t inidren gjgad Caacarata,
l(M they love them liecnuse Ihcy tasle
good and never gripe or sicken.
AJ M Cars Transfer to
gjyp VMnuT VAinAniivj
10 CKNT lOUI-aNV ONUS STORE
atao u at so ciut eog
Merkle drove a long fly to Hooper on
the first ball pitched. Wagner got Her
sog's sharp bouncer and threw low to
first, but stahl made a great pickup and
saved the play. Meyers was given a
base on balls. Fletcner was called out
on strikes. NO HITS. NO RUNS.
Hooper lifted a weak pop foul to
Merkle. Yerkes lifted a fly to right
centre, but Devoro and Snodgraas both
lost It In the sun and stood still whl.e
the ball foil sate for a single. After
getting Speaker in two-throe bole. Vatty
pitched one wild and the Boston star
wiilknd. Lewis hit to Fletcher, who
tossed the ball to Doyle, forcing out
Speaker, while Yerkes took third. Matty
put two strikes i.vet on Oardner and'
then gave him a ball. The Sox then at
tempted a double steal, but Chief sho.
the ball to Matty, who relayed It to
Hersog, ami Yerkes waa caught off toe
hag by ten feet. This wss new stuff on
it-l Sox and the Boston crowd looked i n I
in amaiHiuent, while the New York dele
gation got up 'ml yelled themselves
Hew to Have the Best Cea
si mo and gaTe B2. bv
Makbia It at lloaae.
Cough medicines, as a rule, contain a
large quantity of plain syrup. If you
take one pint of granulated sugar, add
1 2 pint of warm water and stir about
t minutes you have as good syrup at
money could buy.
If you will then put tyi ounces of
I'incx (SO cents' worth) in a pint bottle
and fill it up with the Sugar Syrup, you
will have as much cougn syrup as you
could buy ready made for gg.ftO. It
And you will find it the best cough
syrup you ever used even in whooping
cougn. You can fee! it take hold
usually stops tbe most severe cough in
It is a splendid remedy, too, for
whooping rough, croup, hoarseness,
al hum. chest pains, etc.
Piuev in the must valuable concentra
ted compound of Norwny white pine ex
tract, rich in guaiaco and all tbe healing
pine elements No other preparation
will work in this formula.
This recipe for making cough remedy
with I'iuex and Sugar Syrup has often
boW imitated but never successfully.
A guaranty of absolute satisfaction, or
money promptly refunded, goes with
this recipe. Your druggist has I'incx. or
will get it for you. If mil, semi to The
I'incx Co , Ft. Wayne, Ind.
Mm NO HUNS, NO HITS.
Herxig awuii' on Hi llrst ball
pitched and shot It down the left foul
for a clean three-bagger, Under the
ground rule though he wa-s made to
to back to second. Meyers sacrificed
toward third ami was thrown out by
Gardner a HerlOg moved up to I
third. After fouling off Ihree long
drives Fletcher lifted a high pop fly J
jo Gardner. It was up to Mitt
to get In th
B ' S
The best he
do, however, was a high 'y to Hooper
lhat retired the side ONB HIT, NO
Lewis cracked a hIow grounder to
now going on
Many Rare Bargains
I inEsery Department
Mi'tiir t -iimm ii-: f t liTnittlltMl.
S. t. tor. 1241b Si!., 3d Ave., N.Y.
See to-day's Evening
Journal for details
ALL CARS TRANSFER T0
Lexington to 3d Avenue
59th to 60th Street
Coat models, of all
to $j.S0. at
Fashionable Fur Sets and Fur Coats in a
Great October Movement!!
Soon the cold days will be upon us and there will be many reproaches for
failing to make adequate preparations. TV is great October Fur Sale is timed to
meet the wants of those who are as yet without their furs.
Hundreds of the very best fur opportunities are ready fot you here, and the
values will be as pronounced in the higher-priced as in the low-priced lurs,
affording a choice in which all may share.
French Coney Coats, 52 inches I Russian Pony Coats, 52 to 54
long, of solid full skins; in inchea long, of ptime skins.
Draumuiiy moirrri and gioasy,
exceptionally well made, with
large collar and cuffs; hum!
aocnely lined; greatly
black or brown; lined with
Skinner's or Brocade Satin;
have large shawl collar and
deep cuffi; our C1 Q QO
very special price iJxU.jO
f : : N
INear ncal t.oats, 52 to 54 inches long, of ex
ceptionally fine akins, perfectly matched,
made in the latest one sided effect, hand
some long rolling collar and large crocheted
ornament fastenings, bro- PQ (JA
ended satin liaing; for this sale ij)0".0U
Mink Marmot Coata, 52inrhes
long, ot best quality skins,
equal in appearance to a real
Mink Coat ; hnve large shawl
collars niiil culls, lined with
excellent corded silk in colors
to match. Big
no I . . kwtM a
Russian Caracul Coals, 52 inches long, of
absolutely choice fresh skins, highrst work
manship and latest style, silk serge lined
ond passementerie fir tenm,
a special inducement ut the flj QO IZI
attractive price of iyiJU.tlJ
French Seal Coats in several
foreign models, exceptionally
beautiful, one-sided effect,
with rounding corners, ex
quisitely lined and trimmed;
only a limited ffQC ff
quantity. Special sPiKMJU
Persian Lamb Coats. 52 to 54
inches long, including broad
tail Persian, in various beauii
ful models, some fancy, others
plain; all of the very BEST
at, each $200.o$350
Real Molt skin Coat, 54 inches
long, one of this season's moat
fa.sliionublc furs, artistically
made anil lined, 'way under
the prices usually charged
for this kind
of garment, ra
French Coney Seta, 3 different models, with
barrel or pillow muff und fancy large scarf,
fancy or plain bluck lining. (? " A 'J H
Special, at 9X111 U
lll.u k Wolf Sots, consisting of pillow muff
und Ruisiun shuwl, a very uurntde
und stv" .h set. Special
ut, each. . .
Red Fox Seta, in misses' or
women's sires, of high grade
American fox skins, large
muff; head and tail trimmed,
and animal scarf sT" 0 75
tomatch. Special kj)X0.1 tj
lll.u k Fox Sotti consisting of
snake scarf und large b .rrel
muff, head, tail und claw trim
inuiKs; un e x t r u 0 r d i
nary value, at
Black Broadcloth Coats, 52 inches long, deep shuwl
collars and cuffs of skunk raccoon; Skinner's
satin lining throughout; cut in the very
latest stvle. with graceful lines; suitable for
street wear or travelling. Very
Moleskin Sets of the very c hoicest kind, artisti
cally matched; handsome large pillow muff,
fancy lining and throw scarf, with pusse
menterie ornaments und tusscl; 00
Japanese Cross Fox Sets of beautifully marked
natural skins, in fancy shuied barrel muff
and animal scarf, head und tuil ff QQ
trimming; for this sale ut iJl.JO
Pointed Fox Seta, consisting
of large head und tail trimmed;
pillow muff und double scarf,
very styliah und Jjrjsjr mfk
lilac k or lllue Wolf Sets, in the latest style,
consisting of very lurgr pillow muffs uud
very wide throw neck scurf, 2' jj CJ1'7 E(
yards long. Special sale, .dl
Real Russian Crown Sable Seta, exception
.'11 , rich in color, made into various styles, all
beaut II ul and ui I istic, some with silk and chif
foil trimming, for less than
the cost of the skins, at, set
asae4 Hear. M
Buy at the Factory
SAVE A DOLLAR A STEP - here we sell withiut
the hesvy expen'ci ol itparstdy conducted sta.ct.
AMERICA'S FINEST PIANOFORTES.
Beautiful Charmeuse, Messallne
and Serge Dresses $Q HE
Worth up to $15, at
J. & C. Fischer
Factory Salesroom, 417 Wtst 26th Street, Near 9th Avmue.
Oldest Piano Makers In New York
made to our
o w n order
and to sell all
the way up to
turer was late
in his delivery.
them hack on
his hands; in
stead a ITU
ce ision vas
made and WC
look at these
hire about a
C h :i r mOUHi
m e sa 1 i n t
etc. Included in
Men's Hall Hose ai He
.sfB Two ol the many slyci
rnrrliirnvs. whincords. Merces, checks, worstff'o,
nre brown, t.iune. erav, Copenhagen.
n.,.r onii KL'wir Ontv the oret t le ii u i 1 1 im inttl IU lea. I UvT.
Made tosellup to $15.00. Special Price, Thursday. ld)s7.i U I
,1 Kloor. ftUlli Hi i-i J I, on. I
. to Reach from Anywhere Bloonungda e Lei. to 3d Ave., 59th to 60th St. -
Makers' Stocks of Men's Fine
Underwear Going at Low Prices
The warm spell wc had has caught manufacturer! with the
goods. We know cold weather uue, so we h;.ve bought biy
stocks in anticipation. And wc bought them at such big reduc
tions that wc can offer you these remarkable values:
Men s Heavy lolton Ribbed
Shirts and Drawers
or unfleccad; In silver
(;iay uml tcru; nil t,ics,
at the low price ol
Men's Heavy Natural Wool
dray Shirts and Drawers
Si rii 1 1)
lor Irss than
Mci.'s Stutiuart (.ray Natural to .. Sh rJs and Drawers
Meclium and hi avy v,i iaht guavantccd i i iluinlikult; , . j moot double
breaatcd sl-i.ts ofotket makca; caniui : liuplia I fo kit i ii'v
1,S0, Our '.try m--i: purr to RIOTTOW, ThUT ! ... i'l ( (
v.iln Kloof mini lirsal aids
"III i " p I'o.i' Mis-
Men's New Fall Gloves at 8:)
Suede, mocha, chamois and capcskin, Celt
sample lines of popular ar.d high i ii de glovei
the m in all colors and all size s, Mi dc to icll for
Men's $150 Auto
Gauntlets at 75c
1,400 pans of men i heavy dppkin a
auntlatl in hlack. All si:ts. Littd i
have large cuffs. Tl etc aauntlett tell rvgularl)
for $1.50, so at our Men's Dny price they art
Moil orders will 1 e filled.
r.iied m akers'
Y ni m;.v I ave
1.1S ..nd $1.50
.III nmiiM,!' in,
Lexington to 3d Ave.
59th to 60th S(
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the usual price of un ordinary Upright Piano.
Pianos Style 1, $250
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