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GAMBLERS BARRED FROM GROUNI
Engineer Will Run Wreck Train Again
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GIANTS BEAT REDS
MARQUARD IN BOX
McGraw's Men, as Usual,
Draw Out Big Crowd to
DOWN ON CROWD
GIANTS STARTED WELL.
AT Of YOBK
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Eighth Inning Batting Rally
Too Much for Chance's
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Sianage. t. ...
Zamtoch, p. . .
Dubue hatted for Mall In auto
S Batted (or Lk In eighth
Ran tor Veach In ninth.
Baee Hl off Shuls, 7; off Hall. 1.
off Shmtoob, t Ft rat Baas on Balls
Off Oohuii. i, oft Hall, S. rirst Baa
on BrroraNw Tork, 1; U at rait, !i.
Itt on Basse Wow Tork. 1; Detroit, 4.
Mtruofc Otrt-iBr Hail 1. by Zamlocfa, 1.
Home Rune Oeiaor. ThraaBaa Hits
Crawford, Donlale. Two-Baa Hlto
Cobb, Bush. Stolen Basse Sweeney,
Morlarty (!). Umpire-Connolly and
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POlO GROUNDS. NOW TORK, June
is. A Monday's crowd of 4,000 fans
turned out to see the Highlanders and
tbs Ttgrsr In their last gem of thli
PIRBT INNING - McKeohnlt and
Borton retired Buah on his sroundar.
VI tt died to Borton, unasslstad. Craw
ford tripled, but was out trying to
stretch It Into a homo run, Daniels to
MeKeehnls to Sweeney. NO runs.
Dan I tie fouled to Galnor. Wolter rot
baee en belle. Pecklnpaufh flted out
to Cobb. Wolter died stealing seoond,
tana to Vltt. NO RUNS.
SBCOND INNINO Cobb was thrown
out at first by JfcKechnle, 8cl jit got
Veaeh's bounder and tossed it to Bor
toa Per U0O oeeond bout. Getnor bit a
IN LATE INNINGS
They Duplicated Cardinals'
Feat and Scored Five in
O Deary, so.'
(Speetal to The Efeatnf World.)
HT. LOUIS. Mo., June 11 Napoleon
Rurker oppossd Harry Bailee. In a
southpawlnc dust at Roblson Meld
thia afternoon when the crippled du
perbas opened a four-cam eerlee here.
FIRST INIMTNO Muren oowed to
Mowroy. Cutehaw slnalad to centre,
sternal lined out to Sheckard, whose
throw to Konatchy doubled up Cutshaw.
Hugglno grounded to DaubarL U
ehaokard hit by pitched ball. Oakas
filed to Moran Mowray wwa tueard out
by Ruoker. NO RUNS.
HHCOND INNING Wheat fouled to
Konatohy. Daubert died, Jfowrey to
Jump Into Lead with Two in
Second, but Reds Tally
R. H. PO.
Doyle, 2b 0
Merkle, lb I
Murray, rf I
Meyers, c 1
Snodgrass, cf 0
Marquard, p 0
4 II 27 10 I
Marsana, rf. .
R. H PO
Boscher. If 0
Johnson, p . .
Dodge . .
7 27 18
Hatted for Hues In eighth.
Hun for Clarke In eighth.
"Dodge batted for Johnson In ninth.
(Continued on Tenth Pace.)
MERCURY REACHES 90
ON A NICE, COOL ROOF;
FAR HOTTER IN STREET.
Prostrations Reported; Humidity
High and Day Sultriest of
Year Thus Far.
Tha mercury in the Weather Bursa j
thermometer on the airy roof of the
Whitehall Building reached 90 degrees
at l.K o'clock this afternoon and w.is
reaching higher. It was even hotter at
the street level.
The percentage of humidity was high
and the day wai the u.oet uncom orta
bly sultry of the year no far A RUB) bet
of proetratlone from neat were reputed
from various parts of the city u POIlra.
The thermometer on the north out.
ide well of perry's drug start in Park
Row, which : shaded all da) long,
resitted k) at half past tl.ree o'SlOClt
I Special to The Cumins World.)
OINC1NATTI, Ohio. June It Mc-
Oraw'a merry men Uckled the Reds
thl afternoon with Marquard opposing
KIIUTT INNINO Derghammer booted
Burns's (rounder Sim f it poked Into a
double play, Uroh to Uerghammer to
Hobby. Fletcher tiled to Bates. NO
liearher lined to Burna. Uatea fanned.
Fletcher thraw out Marsans. NO RUN).
eUOCOND INNING- Doyle riled 10
Beecher. Merkle tingled to left. Murray
doubled to right, scoring Merkle and
took third on a fumble by Bated Myeis
lifted a short fly for Martan.i. Hnod-
graat alngled over third bate, ecorli'K
Murray, but overran tlrat bate and wat
caught, Beecher to Berghammer to
Hobby. TWO RUNS.
Hobby walked, but wat doubled with
Almeida on a Uner. Doyle tu Merkle.
Oroh walked and stole. Herghamim r
tanned NO RUNS.
THIRD INNINO Oroh and Hobby re
tired Marquard. Burna out, Almedlda
tu Hobby. Shafer fouled to Clark. No
Fletcher threw out Clarke eiugga
cratohed an infield hit and took second
on Shafer wild throw, llescher popped
to Doyle. Hatea elngled to right, arorlng
Hugga Mariana out, Fletcher to Merkle
FOURTH INNINO-Fletcher out.Oroh
to Hobby. Doyle alngled to right, Merkle
tiled to Hates. Doyle out stealing, t'luike
la Uerghammer NO RUNS.
Hobby single! to left. Almeida file.)
to Murray. Oroh fanned, ltvrghaminir
fouled to Meyers. No RUNS
FIFTH INNINO Murray routed to
Almeida. Meyer not an Infield hit.
Snodgraas singled to left. A wild pitch
advanced both runners. Meyers aeored
on MarQuafd'i out, tiroh to Hobby.
IWghammer tossed out Burns O.S'K
Clarke tingled to centre 8ugga fanned
(Continued on Tenth I'age )
Stock of Universal Film Manu
facturing Co. Flung From
TEN-POUND SEAL DROPS.
Firm's Books Follow as Row
Among Directors Waxes
Hot in Office.
A paltry million dollars' worth of yel-low-tracked
stock certificate of the I'nl
versal Film Manufacturing Company
fluttered down from a fourth story win
dow of the building at No. WOO Uroil
way upon the heads of unautpe'it'ng
pedettrlant below thlt afternoon.
Alto a tan-pound great teal of the
corporation cam down, scarcely flut
tering, and all of the books of the sec
retary and treasurer. A veritable
shower of "movie" gold ana iron it was.
The prodigality of the Universal film
Manufacturing tympany was not sanc
tioned by a majority vote of the direr
1 tux, nnd stockholders, however. In feet.
one of the Onset young rows of the day
was In progress In the directors' office
the concern, four floore a hove the
street, and the scattering of the stock
certificates, the books and the ponder
out corporate seal were only Incidental
to and a climax of the ruction which
closed a meeting of the dlrectora ami
stockholders, about forty In number.
As a result William H. Swanson, said
to bt the legally deposed secretary and
vice-president of the concern; Burton
Oarrett, Its atalttant secretary, and
Howard Thurston, the vaudeville ma
gician, were haled before Magistrate
Herbert In the Wet Kid Court,
There had been a bitter tight for con
trol among the directors and amis of
the stockholder!. Carl Ditemihle, of
No. 117 Riverside Drive, the president
of the film company, had encompiijued
the overthrow of Swanton and Oarrett
and appulnted new officers to take their
At the nieetlnk to-day the deposed of
fleers refuted to rellngulih their posl
Hons, to it was said, and threw the
books ami stock certificates out the
window to tome of their sympathizer
who were waiting on the sidewuyk.
Thurtton was one who caught a bo ik
and hence, he, too, was arrested .n the
grand larceny charge. The Magistrate
tald he could not see that the chai g
againtt the three was warranted.
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Trying to Stop the King's Horse
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At the running of the great Derby Bt
Fpeom Down track, near London,
thousand were packed about th great
courts and the Interest In tha famous
race was Intense. King Oeorge's horse
A i. mer, ridden by Jockey H. Jones, was
entered In th racs.
The race started without Incident,
snd the horse.-, In two bunches, were
Just swinging about Tuttenham Corner
when Kmtly Wilding Davison, a auffra
getle of the most radical aort. who
had erred more than one term In
prison and' had gone on "hunger
strike," suddenly durksd under th
fence and ran onto the track and threw
her arm In the face of the King's
The hnrae'a atloulder struck the women
a tremendous blow and she fell uncju
tclout. The Jockey was terloutly hurt
and the woman, never regaining con
sciousness until near the end, died three
days afterward Hhe Is alleged to have
whispered, "Fight on until the end."
Deaths Front the Heat.
1'llll.ADKl.PlllA, June IS -Two
deathe and iiunu'rous hest .nostratious
wsrs reported serly to-day as the re
sult of ths heat svt araltil hss gripped
KILLED ON HIS NEW JOB.
A young man Kleins the name of
I Charles Zwirner and tils addrt.-w at N ,
Hti First aenue. applied at the l'rea-
byterlau Hospital to-day for a Jou at
. S llldOSJ leaning and was set to work
on ItedlStely. Itetoie he hnd bso V.
I aork on ihe window of a fourtil lloor
wsid halt an noui one of t tie safety
bolts to which Ins belt was attached
(tulied out of tin window frame and -ie
i droptied to the courlyard
lllrmi dead when tl0daAl .allied
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FIRST HACK- PurS K; three-year-olda
and upward; selling; foaled In Can
ada, six furlong d.lndesta. Ill (Itraall).
4 to 5. 1 t ' and out. first. Breast Plate,
107 (It. Wattt), 3 to 1. 3 to 5 and I to J.
Itonadl Oakland I.ad, I'M (W. Hpencer),
10 to 1, 15 to 1 and 5 tn 1. third. Tlin
l.l. Battle Hon. Marybud and Kins
Sax also run.
HF'OND MCaV Jld two-year-maiden;
five furlnuga-Tatty Itegan,
;X (O. Cardwelli, lo 10, 2 to :, and out.
first; ituwanee. 107 (Anibrode), to I, I
to b and 7 to lo, ienndl Diamond Clus
ter. 1(1) (D Connelly), M to I, 10 to 1 and
fi to 1. third. Time- l.OC 4-6. I.ady
Bryan, F. A. Stone, Wniilta, Thelma, J.
Slnein and John Marshall niao ran.
THIRD ItACF.--Three-year-old and
upward; one mile. -Malamont. I0S (O
Sum), I to I, S to 1 and s to I, first.
Clinton. 100 ( II. Snyder), 12 to 1, 4 to 1
and 2 to I, second. W. W. Clark, 112
(OUllett), 30 to 1, 12 to I and t to I,
third. Time, 1,41 1-h Vlovlde.. Al
laueen. Kaydeioseios, AtdOO and itaun
hard also ran.
FOI'KTH ItACK Juvenile, selling.
purse t: two-) ear-olds, gyg furlongs
Oraetibrae, tt (Neylolii. 10 to 1, 4 to
i ami n to i, tiist. Require at, tot (Rah
bins), H to 1, 7 tu 10 and I to 3. sec
ond; I.oulse T ravers. It (Heiinlrri, 4
to I, t to ," and I to t, third Mlver
Mesh. Dajly Walters, The I'lchln. Scar
let Letter and Single ulsu ran.
fifth hack. Three-year old i and
UpWafdl selling: six furlongs Jonquil.
11 (II. Donnler), even, I to 6 and out.
first; Fairy Oodmother. loo iK. Am
broee), 10 to I I to I and Z to I, sec
ond Planter, 1 1 " (Burna), i to i, it to
. and 7 to In, third. Time. I.ll !!,
, Dynamo, Mtimie iirigni. ghawni Tom
! ml Thompson. (Jaorge W Davis, t'nele
i Oble, Dyn.iinite and Florida's Beauty
sixth RACK. lieavar seiimi
fiurso 9101 three-) eur-olds and up.
ward, one mile and an elatittt I.. M
Cikert. i7 ii Connelly), t" I. I t"
I and I t" tlrat. I.uckv "leorge, ll
.J. aluUlltOUrli M 10 I. to 1 unit I
to i, se ond. itash, 107 i v Hopkins),
CI lo I, even and j lo , third Time,
' 1 1. I I, .My rile Marlon, Block Itrancli,
Utrrard, .Judge MoneiL AO and .Merrc
I also tan
l4k)VlfH HACK rtilee-year-oid
4 uetntud, oiling., tu iMWfti''
"Mrs. Randolph Fitzhugh," Af
ter Dismissing Lawyers,
Admits Her Guilt.
Mrs. Randolph Fttthugh," the "woman
of mystery," thl afternoon pleaded
guilty to two Indictment or grand lar
ceny In the second dtgrtt. Not only
did she admit the theft or the gold mean
bag of Miss Flak, but also confeasol to
stealing a diamond bracelet from MUs
Irene Munsvy In th Church of the.
Transfiguration, on Twenty-ninth street,
getWSOfl Fifth and Madlaon avenue, on
Nov. IV. tiha waa remanded tu III
Tomb for sentence on Thursday.
When on trial bolOf t Judgu Swaiin
and a Jury In Oeneral Sessions thlt
morning, II. e woman liad proclaimed
her mnie'eii. e, and threw hlertelf on
the mercy of Die Court, when the dl
chi,rged h-r lawyer, Abiaham levv.
and tils associates for tlietr Insistence
ttiat she take a plea of guilty.
Mrs. Fltlhugh was on trial for the al
leged theft or a gold mesh bag, the
property of Mlas Dorothy Fisk of 1'laln
fleld. N ,i daughter of PtlOy Flak, the
hanker. Mlas Flak testified on Friday
that the mesh bag, valued at IVm. was
tale from hei muff In St. Bartholo
mew's Church on Mad. ton avenue Hun
day. Feb. 13
After considering the evlden glvnn
by the prosecution s witnesses, Mr. Levy
to-day advised Mis. Fltihugh to enter
a plea uf guilty Hn refused and grew
Indignant. rllin complained lo Judge
sraon and stated to him that she de
sired a substitution of counsel.
I am not guilty of this charge." ahe
t ld Judge Hwano. with vehemence, "and
despite what my lawyer say that It is
in- nest ining lor me 10 no- -i win not
plead guilty, even If you promise not to
j send me to prison "
I vision, u.'. (0, Stiro), 7 to .', 7 tod
17 to in, won i Chemulpo, psi m gctiirD,
It to I, I to I and ii to I 1. i.
: 1 1 ii us. ii .' it Deanler), 7 tu r
'and 4 to . 'hud. Time. I. U4-.'..
Lloyd Afterglow. Muff. 1'iaiial,
! a id Mint no tine ln
HE WAS WARNED TO j
BEWARE OF BIG ENGINE
"For God's Sake, Look Out for Youffc
self," Carroll Told Him. "ur- f
mon Got His Yesterday. The
Brakes Are Not Holding."
RECORD BOOK SHOWS
REPORT "BRAKES NO GOOP?
Engineer, at Throttle of Wrecked lx
comotive, Will Rehearse Fatal
Crash for Coroner in Cab.
(Special to The Evening World from SUet Criff esnetadenl )
STAMFORD, Cortn., June 16. Chirks
of the second section of the SprtngrWd Express of the New Yoit,
Haven and Hartford Railroad wMcn rammed the first section haw Mkf
Thursday, killing six and Injuring twenty persons, chprged at
Phelan's inquest to-day that Engine Foreman John Francis Carroll I
before Dougherty took out engine No. 1338 that the kMumofJve wasi
"For God's sake, watch yOMrserf," was Carroll's statement to MJ,
Dougherty testified, when the foreman learned the young engineer wja
going to take out the fast express. "Harmon got his yesterday. Tm
brakes are not holding. Watch the water glass, too; they're all out jjf
order on these new cars." '
. The complaint book la arhlah
arty eald he wrote "Brake bo apotf
was prouucea and th.
30 BETTORS BARRED
OR ARRESTED AT
Professional Gamblers Taken
in Custody at Philadelphia.
Through th concerted action of the
baseball presidents, thirty men were ar
tested or barred from Ihe grounds at
Philadelphia and at the Polo Orounda
to-day, becaus they wr suspected of
beln Diofeeslonal gamtlers. This was
the beginning of a wldeapread ram J Klass
palgn agalturt the evils of baseball bet
ting. It Is believed. There has been
much talk of the baseball promoters
getting together to stamp out profes
sional betting and book making at base
ball parks. To-dsy twenty-seven men
were arrested In Philadelphia and three
from 11 the oetTe en which
made hie report It
. T . N. H 4k H.
repairs nseded to engttns LSS.
I'ougnerty, n reman. B. Smith.
t.ss r at. dado t--Wm.-Thsn
followed a long lint eg
narie. printed on the
left for comment by th owe
ine complaint. Dougherty
several en trie requesting ell awl
ami nation of certain part.
heading "Air Broke." there
entry, but under
Work" there appeared hie
"Broke no good."
Dougherty also had mad an every hj
compliance wtth the statement he asps
Carroll made, that the water gmea SH
BRAKES NO OOOO, WROTC t
under th caption
"c end nine warm." The ream djg
crossed out, hut Dougherty r ho gggp
no don It "Under th hen agat
tries he wrot "lunlss
he wrote "a
I'nder th handing
examine" Under "fender trnaha
sld "oil"' Under "driving bin" he t
"oil." Under "op ring" he wrote M
Ine." Under "other work" ho had
ten. "brake no good."
Charles 8. Dougherty, who
ins. a big Paelno typo
Hoston gamblers who tried to get int.. Mho first section of the
Uie 1'olu Uruunds were stopped
It Is well known that the professional
gamblers make hook regularly on the
pennant rare and Important Individual
game. Great sums are wagered an
nually the public, and much of the
money It bet at the ground wtth men
.. . . . amu..!...! In anl.lv In mtli.
handbook i.n tne resuu. CBP1 wU rym 4own am tha
Th crusade was started ty Ban I .ration ni , 2
J.ihnson. I rem'ieni w. in,- riiHricsn , Wueti.rtw pn II
prsa last Thursday. hUUng eU
re ana injuring a geore, may
i.ii viion of
John J. Phalen wui k the
thorltl In Klrwll. K. ,
teat i mad to-morrow.
though shaken by too
agreed to make the teat
Th enerln and
League, and both Frank Karrell. owner
of the New Vrk Ajnerlrns, and Harry
Hempstead, proprietor of th Uianl.
are known to he knly Interested In
the turn againat tha gamblers.
Karrell had Detective Tom O'Nell stop
the Itoston trio at the Polo Orounds to
day. The barred men refused to give
their name, but It wat understood that
key had cm., for the sole purpose of
making a handlHiok on the aeries. Ah
Attel:. the boxer, wsa with them. but. , self," said the Coroner at hi
after tome argument, convinced Karrell I Bridgeport this morning.
that hn had no interest in the betting ' he left for New Have to
tha ai.n. I. it, . .
mmmm win wm SJSJS
him. He will apply the ah
graduaUt at Orel and later tn an .
gency manner Just a ho dad em 1
eay ana oy th action of the
depend largely whether Dousth.
planatton or that of the railroad.
accuse :.im of cai .leaen, wilt ha
espied as the legal tenia llnn sd I
"I shall be tn the engine en g
OTaUs sewufs a ts.
and had come
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tre.dk. which l tn