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NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18, 1913.
PRICE ONE OENT.
FROM ST. LOUIS,
Chance's Star Boxman Very
Steady Allowing but
tWO BATTING RALLIES.
In Eighth Locals Knock
Brown's Twirler Out of
Ik.':.. tfM Box.
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itl, a. .
Austin, 3b .
Agnew, c . . . .
Batted for Wleleman In eighth.
Base III U oft Wellman 7 In 7 Innings.
First Burnt on Balls Orf Ford 1. off
Walman 1. off Stone 1. Struck out By
frd t, by Wellman 2. Two-fiue Hlta
Pecklnpangli, Uorton. Stolen Hum
Cree, Pratt U. Double PlayeMoWech-
tat ana Morton, stovsii ami Haienti.
Tmtklrea-Vinnnllv anaf Mitflraevav
I a. I lai hr. Vh. '.,,, I
POJ.A GROUNDS, June J8. The Iilh-
and the Browna played the sec-
id nun of the eerie before one of the
an.., v.unuo v. ,iin . 111. .r
me aerie, leni si us sen ran, nis one.
On account of Jimmy Austin having
tart .flir an Indefinite aliaoanalun
hi run-In with Umpire Ferguson
Uttl .black man" of beball. go
tar he ha caused the auepenslon of
Bjor player than all the reit of the
Umpire put together, among hi vic
tim being Slovall, Jennings and Aus-
Welltmui, a big left hander, prob-
to the mound for the Drowns.
When Jimmy Austin walked out to
IJK part' In the game ne wa given
gome hand ly hi old time friend.
FIRST INNINQ - Peckiripaugh mad
av at (top of Shotton'e grounder and
threw him out at flrat. Stovall lifted
an ay fly to Hartaell, and Johnaon
died on a long fly to Daniels No rune.
Austin knocked down Daniel' hot
grounder and by a quick recovery threw
aim out at flrat. Wolter drove a clean
i elpglc 'n,o centre, but wa forced when
I Pratt got Cree grounder and toaeed It
I to Balentl. Cree made a dean steel of
eecoui. but Sweeney retired the aide
en long fly to WlHIams. No runa.
t.'OMi INNINYJ Pratt opened with
a eleaa drive to left. Wllllama tiled to
Wolter and Balentl lifted an easy one
(Or Cree. fratt etole second elssnly
Bough, but when he tried to pllTvr
third Sweeney's quick throw to llarUtll
aalleJ . hlrfe by ten feet. No runs.
Austin picked up Hsrtzell's grounder
nd eol him out at first Peckln-
gugh was out on an easy fly to John
ston lort:n tiled out to H.'iottun. No
THIRD INXINU Austin llnod out to
Volter, I'ecklr.uaugh made a wonderful
of Agnew's surs-looklng lilt bank
; second and by a neat throw nailed
AT CINCINNATI- y.
4 1 O O O O O O
AT ST. LOUIS-
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HIGHLANDERS WIN 1
AT NEW loath
00 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 -
WITH BAD BRAKES
WRECK TRAIN SPED
90 MILES AN HOUR
CANT BE DEPUTY,
SOCIETY LEA PER WHO
ASKED IS VAIN TO
BE DEPUTY SHERIFF.
Eitgineer Says Sixty Miles in
Hour Train Can Be Stopped
Within 1,500 Feet.
SIGNALS WERE WRONG
If She'll Come Again When
Women Vote, Maybe Then
He Can Appoint.
BAT OUT VICTORY
McGraw's Men Developed Bat
ting Streak m First and
Drove Johnson to Cover.
Snodgratg, cf . . .
Demaree, p. . . .
Totala 7 12 27 12
Batted ifor Demaree In Mil.
Johnaon, p ,
Totals 2 27 IS 2
Batted for Brown In eighth.
Batted for Packard In ninth.
FlMt Base on Balls Off Demiree
f; off Brown 1. Struck Out Il.v
Demaree 1; by Brown S. Threp-Iue
Hlta Merkle, Burn. Two-base Hlta
Hhafer, Myers. Double Plays-
Doyle to Fletcher to Merkle; Fletcher
to Doyle to Merkle. 1'mplrea Irn
nan and Eason.
ISiartal to The Ittnln World.)
CINCINNATI, June U.-The Giants
and Reds clashed In the third game of
the present series to-day. The (Hants
were watching to see If Philadelphia
was going o take another tumble anil
thereby come nearer, and the Heilx have
begun to figure how long It will take
Pittsburgh and St. Loula to full clear
to the cellar.
Speaking of Rube Mcliauer, just
bought by the (Jlants, Mdlrjw re
marked: "I am alwaya ready to give
a likely youngster a tryoiit and this
boy I 'touted' a one of the best yet
developed during the current season.
"1 don't know snytlilng of him my
self, but the scouts have all reported
that he lata plenty of natural ability
and with It something most of them
haven't got at his age a thinking,
Pitcher William Lathrop, formerly
of Notre Dame University, reported
to Mcdraw to-Jsy and ws In un:
form t hi afternoon.
FIRST INNINO-Tlie Clients knocked
Johnson out of the boi In a hurry, the
tint four batter trtng without a
man being put out. Four of them went
' EASY TIME WITH
ST. LOUIS TEAM
Heavy Work With Bat In First
and Fourth Gave Brook
lyn Winning Lead.
Box Score End of 8th Inning.
Cuts haw, 2b
Kirkpa trick, ..
R. H. PO.
.... 0 0 3
8 II 24 0 2
Sheckard, rf... .
WJiitted, 3b ... .
Konetchy, lb. . .
Totals I 0 24
Umpire R'.gler and Byron.
ii in ma r I p Is Eighth I rutin.
Flrel Base on Balls Off Itagon 1, off
(Jrlmes 1. Struck Out By Ragon 1, by
Urltnes 1, by Burke 1. Three-Base Hlta
Miller, Ragon, Magee. Two-Base Hits
Cutihaw, Stengel, Smith. Stolen Bases
Stenifti. Klrkpatrlck. Umpires lllgler
-ifi-itl tn TU Krtnlnf World. I
ST. l-ol'is. Mo., June 11 A blistering
hot day, coupled with the many recent
defeat of the Cardinals, .held down the
attendance of the third game of the se
rles with the Brooklyns this afternoon
The fans have soured on Miller Hug.
gins' squad because uf the poor show
ing since the team returned from the
Manatter Dahlen selected Hagon to go
After the third soeceselve contest for
the Sitperhaa. Oiiner hurled fur th
FIRST I.VMNO. -Moran struck out.
('uta)isw liounced one off the right
field Ipyaell for two bases. Stengel hit
down ha rinht foul MM for two baae.
aaerlng Cutanea, tfyheal singled, stenxie
taking third. Daubert out, Whltted to
KOney, Smith doubled to left, scorlnu
Stengel and Wheat. Hauser threw out
Klrkpntrlck. Three runs.
Hukk'iis popped to Stengol. Sheckard
'nuled to Moran. Oakra was out, Kirk
jiatrli k to Uaubert. No run
BJDCON43 DfNWO Miliar raised to
Maker Itagon rolled to Hauaer. Mo
ral! fouled o il ui Whltted. No runa.
Wh:!ted eent out, OttlahsVa to Dau
ber:. Konetohy Hied to Moran. Maxee
was out. Bmitn to Dairbert. No risTsB,
THIRD IN'NINU. ('utshaw was out.
IlUg Kin to Koney. Stengel singled to
Swears 'Distance' and 'Home'
Signals Were at Odds on
i Mat? Coitoopeadeai
atresia- We : J.)
HRIDOBPOHT, Conn., June H.-Just
how complete was the failure of yeeter
day'e brake teat when th "Qhost train"
was run over the course which the sec
ond section of No. H followed on last
Thursdsy, when ele persons were hilled
and twenty Injured, was revealed toad ay
at the Interstate Commerce Comffllaaton
and Connecticut Public UttUtleg Com
mission Joint lnvstlgai Ion of th aocl-
dn( to Ifva, Hrea.qtt here, John
Harmon, aa engineer, who wa so
ed for running- by the South NeTlaTra)MM of
"MRS.';, BARS HIM NOW
Counsel Reads the Law, and
Julius Reluctantly Echoes
. ! Awful "No."
Sheriff Julius Harburgtr underwent
the sorest temptation of his H e to
day. II was tempted to violate in
law of 'the eoverelgn State uf New
York, which he has ao unswervingly up
held., hy granting Deputy Sheriff' i
badge to lira.' Reginald Vanderblll. But
th Sheriff's rock-bound adherence t
law prevailed end he compromised by
making Deputy Sheriff of WlU'.em
Rhlnelander Stewart Jr., eon of the
president of the State Board of Chart-
of Pot ice Commissioner
Waldo and brother of the
station with Uto wreck engine, answer;! MPs, iHaa' Vaoderhllt I a wesnan,
yon MBji ana trutt enm the eary tntagt
taeU -fknted her from receiving the
a simp! j service applloatldllt A.
r: without any emergency sp-
Ing a question of Phil f. Doherty,
couheeS to Tntt relate Opmraeroe com
mlaatoher C. C. MoChdel. ald:
"I could itop an eight-car train, trav
ailing at sixty mile an hour, within
Later Harmon added to his testimony
by declaring that not once but twice
had he known the supposedly perfectly
synchronised "distance" and "home"
signals to be at odds with eaoh other.
"How did you come to run by the
South Norwalk station on the same an
gina If your brakes were all right?"
demanded Commissioner McCbord, and
Harmon answered that ha had found the
distance signal set at "proceed" and had
rushed down on to the "home" signal
to find II set sgalnat him.
"Is that unusual?" asked the Commis
sioner. "Well, they say It's Impossible, but
It happened to me."
HAD POUND SIGNALS WRONG
BEFORE, HI SAYS.
Q. Had It ever happened to you be
fore? A. Yes, one.
Q. Where? A. At Greenwich last win
ter. Q. DM you raaprt It? A. Yes.
Q. Do you know what waa done?
A. No. sir. , '
Percy Stewsrt Waits, an engineer, said
he examined the cars of the second sec
tion of No. 1 and found some of the
brakes set badly.
Walte said he didn't think a feat
train could he stopped between a dis
tance and home signal without ths
uss of the emergency brakee.
"If ths brakes were exceptional,"
said he, "the train might atop, but I'd
hate to risk my life on It."
Charles N. Joy, the New Haven's air
brake expert, said he had examined
the wrecked train immediately after
the dlsastsr. He testified:
"I found there were no brakes set on
the engine. They had been released.
The mall car had a piston travel of slf
Inches The baggage car had a travel
of eight and one-guarler Inchee, the
Pullmur. 'Ontredole' of ssven Inches,
the 'Pristine' had ten and one-half
Inches, 'Tonboro,' brake reieassd, day
roach No. 441, tight and one-hair Inches,
csr No. 414, six and a half inches,
smoker piston travel nine Irenes. 1
found a break In the train between the
baggage car and the 'Centredule.'
TESTIMONY STRONGLY IN FAVOR
Joy testimony aas sliongjy In fgcor
of the railroad, in vluw of Walle'a testl-
' tsHI IV BW'
olden . aevdgn of authority from the
h.-.nds of New York's grsndest Sheriff.
Willie Rhlnnlender Stewart Jr. pos
eeeaet no such disqualification, of
gouree, and besides has excel'snt family
and social connections. The Sheriff
told Willie Rhlnelander Stenrt Jr. thai
he t bought he wou)1 be an ornament
to th fore of deputy eherlffa.
JULIUS WANTED TO, BUT
THERE'S THAT "MRS."
Mr. Stewart chaperoned Mrs. Vander
bflt to the office of Sheriff Harburger.
They found the guardian of New York's
honor seated beneath a bust of Napoleon
and reeding a limp leather edition of
Marcus Aurellus. Mr. Stewart did the
"vyawlsh to be made Deputy Sheriffs,"
then seld Mr. Stewart.
"Ah, a truly laudable ambition for
any cltlsen," the sheriff murmured.
"You have the proper bumfs and sure
ties and Hens and guarantees a made
and provided by the statutee of the
State of New York a 110,000 bond. In
"Tee. we both have." Mrs. Vanderbllt
Interposed with a amlle.
"Both bath," exclaimed New York's
most rsmarkable Sheriff. "Do I under
stsnd that you. Mrs. Reginald Vandsr
l,Ui, also wish to become a dojiuty
hherlff? Domy ears deceive me or do
"It Is quite true", Mrs. Vandsrbilt
"But you um eh but you ere e
'Mrs.' not a Mr.," babbled the Sher
iff, sorely tempted beyond the stern
boundary of his duty. "I will hsve
to consult with my Isgel adviser, Mr.
Albert Blumenstlsl. counsel to th of
fice of th Sheriff."
Sheriff Herburger summoned the
counsel. Introduced him to Mrs. Van
dsrbilt end to Mr. Stewsrt and then
put th critical question:
"Take good counsel before you coun
sel, Mr. Blumenstlsl," warned New
York's most supurb Sheriff, "then ted
me, yes or no, can Mrs. Reginald Van
dsrbilt become a Deputy Sheriff under
the statutes of ths State of New fork
mad and provided. Remember, she is
a Mrs. not a Mr."
HIS HANDS TIED BY COUNSEL'S
Counsel Blumenntlel counselled with
himself snd then counselled the Shorlfr.
He ald Just one word, "No."
"Now, Mrs. Reginald V.indtrlillt, you
hear whet my counsel aaya," Hkld New
York's imperious Sheriff. "1 csn do
nothing. My hands are tied by ths
statutes mad snd (irovldnd. yea
mony thai any piston travel of lass than' though you are ready kith all the liens.
Visit to Roosevelt After Chairmtif
Bird s Declaration Against Him -
Strengthens Report of Split
MAY SEEK NEW FUSK
to M f-eswteeMh . Ctoued, Fourteenth Pa l
' sCeaUnuefi os roiineeate) Ptjfe-J
Ju Inches would lie considered fins
Chief Knglneer II. W. Rrlnap of the
Interstate Commerce Commission aas
anxious to nnd out, within what dis
tance a train similar In make-up to t.ie
second section of No. :,i hhould he
st Hied on a grade like that ut Stamford.
Joy as unwilling to co limit himself.
but tinai lj said.
Ill -''Mi feet."
"Then why do you allow only l.luo
sureties, guaranteee. boiulN and other
legal checks and realralners, I aiust In
form you that you are essentially In
"All right." then de laied Mrs Van
derollt. "but I iiromuie you 1 will oaOM
kga'.n when the women can vote"
"Yes, yes. 1 may not then be an
officer. " choriled New York's moat pu.s.
ssnt Sheriff. Hut I kill Ue In nM
It should ba stoppsd other office, since It Is ni custom to
move tiom one office to aitotner ofllcr
Ithln the gift of the people. And I
n cure my successor in this present
lu he fled to welt-Hat yyu. s
0 0 1 3 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0
1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2
1 0 0
0 10 3 12 0
1 4 0 0 0 0-6
3 0 14 10 0
0 0 0 0 0 4 0
The score by Innings-
Yale 001 lOOoiotO
Harvard ...1 0 0 1 00001 00 6
Batteries Yale, (illn and Burdette;
Harvard. Keltoii and Young. 1'mplreS
A l.i ins and Strrnherg
I am sorry to be forisd to dsclara
your rsaent.al Ineligibility."
iiereiiton Mr. Stewart'a bonds, Ac,
were examined and found good and he
was forthwith inducted Intu th noble
aimy of deputy sheriffs, with power to
wear a budge right under the carnation
In nis button'iolr and have and enjoy in
his home, at No. 14 Kast Fifty -seventh
street, one man's sUe rsvolver.
This is the first time that Mr. Htswsrt
has served his city as a psaca officer.
He Is a well known clubmsn and de
votee of sports, but he had never gone
In for pollths like his cous n, Ithluo
lander Waldo Ills mother Is the
widow of .lames lleniv (Silent) Smith,
who left many millions to her upon
his death siio- was one reported to
be ri ady to finance un attempt oy :he
Prince of Hragiuua, her son-in-law, to
sei.-.e the ihrone uf I'ouugal.
Koenig Insists on Naming
Attorney and Suggests Other -Al
liances and Deal with Bronx.
,,.,!) ('!., , - - - ' ' --aU1. . ' .I.A
' bbtrtct-Aorney WhltBUn sUppti quietly sway today to
Bay for a conference with Theodore Roosevelt fttjowtaf oa I
of Progressive County Chairman Bird's statement favorinf "a
Progressive," today's conference was sufficient to start many
tions. Then, too, the Republican County Committee meets
when Mr. Whitman will be indorsed for Mayor.
B Rdport were circulated
Mr. Bird's out -sunt we au
r sM Yl Hi 11 n
v AT OTTOWA.
riRHT RACK.-Pure li u'v';
olds: foaled in i-anaoa. niur . .
furlongw-Melssen. 10. t Montour,. .
and out. won: wars sssssssawsa
(Adam.), 1 to i and out. second,
mond Cluster. ll (Connelly). I to i
third. Time, and Sandy
also ran. Melesen end Perk Hosa..en
SKt.'OND MCI WW essei
ia- unit uiiwanl. senilis 1
l.mg..-neK. 107 tW. Hopkins,. to ,10. t
3 and out. won; Kiia p
Scharf). 12 to 'l. 4 10 I and t to (. second;
Ymlr 112 HI. Hums,. It to a, e a-u
I 10 rJilrd. Time, 11 3-5. Stickpin.
Kayderosrros. -Im MMl Hearthstone
thihi, RACK Pure atuu; i-,'-
olds; nve furlongs. -Dally Waters. M
(11 Snyder). 16 to I. to 1 and 6 to X
-. ,-.,..!, r... im (A. Nsylon), is to
I, 7 to J and 8 to &, cond; Loui
Travsrs, f4 (H Denlsr). 4 to I. to I
and 7 to 10. third. Time, 1.03 J-5. He
iiulram. Centaurl and Peecock also ran.
Pol'RTH HAi'K.-Ilsnker' llmg
stsks. three-year-olds and up; one snd
ons-slxtsenth mlles-Kdda, 111 (A.
Neylon). to I. 1 to 5 and out. won;
The Kump. I0 (Connelly). 7 to t.
to t and 0 to 30. second; Hatteras. 100
HI. Snyder,, to 1. 2 to 1 and 1 to I,
third. Time, I 41 4-S. AjUaaier also
rIHTH HAi'Kc--l'urse t&Ou selling:
three-yesir-olds and up, dllies and
mares, one mils Jaciuellna, I'M (W.
Hondon), even. 1 In I and out. wun;
Chemulpo, IN K. Srhnrri. i to I.
to 2 and even, aervnd; M Oil 10 Un ii"
10 Hums,. 7 to 1. 5 tu 2 and 4 to t,
third Time, 1 41 -fi Fairy to,I
mother. Myrtle Marlon. Startle- and
Muff also ran.
SIXTH HACE Pin as t4i") ; three-vear-old
and UP I selling; live and a
half furlongs York laid. o7 (Snyder),
I to 2, 4 to 6 and 2 to ... flrat; .lesaup
Hums. ill. Dennlsr,, 0 to 2. 7 tu
b and 7 to 10, sc. ond. Toddling. lO'i
(j. Montour). 0 In I, 2 to I and I to I
third. Tim. l.0 2-6. Jeweler. Aula,
Mileage, Senator James. Silicic, lieu
l oyal and Chuckle also ran.
the Colonel, but other arnmsaont
greealvae to-day oJskm that Mr.
do not repreeent th sentiment gf
Hull Moose men In New Teak, tf
sald lhat Mr. Whit man' e vlelt so
Bay wae In the nature of en asfjaal
Th Republloeaa. anoaressBl I
man Samuel g. Koeolg. are surs
Bird s pnonunoiameato baa
serious breach In th
Progrsslva And be
unlses Col. Roosevelt Is saajaV
that Mr. Whitman daaervaa a
tlon by the Progressiva that
find 'It necessary to make swob
aa will place Mr. Whitman
The new Brans county la aal
figure In the calculation of th)
gresslves of Mr. Bird's mind.
Mr. Whitman to run far
ney again. Th great
of th Bronx will be
for a lilstiict-Attorney of the
This, they agree, will
York county Is likely to
aa It Is normally Democraatc
u, at Mr Whltnien Is the eaty
outside Tammany Hall who I
carry Manhattan. For this
Bird phalanx argues, ha abouM
his Mayoralty ambitions aa
Progressive to nominate a
several eonrereneea amoag ths) aaaj
mlllu. .. . .1.1 . a "
- - " " iuiw auaieipBkl kjasas
Ml. k , M ' ' I
"iwi wvrv aiauu to-uay. M ross eaeabi
cams unofficial dsola ration, eingt a
them spelling war. Th Hspublieaaa h
!st that they will fuss oa Wbltasaa
nd no on ele.
World Warns Work Wonders.1
Konrlb Rare at Latoala.
POUteTH RAC-K -The llarol.l Stake;
for colts and gehllnss two-yesr olds;
five furlonsrs. (.Jld Roaanud. IM (Mc
ca,e). won. Big Spirit, nl i Martini. sc
md; O'HafOB, HI (Henry), third. Time,
J 01 1-4. only three starters. Two-dollar
Mutuela paid: Old Rosebud, straight
SIM. pises U.10, show nut; Big Spirit,
plac ft, show out. O'Hagsii, show out.
Baa reere K
BIGGEST SHIP AFLOAT
NOW IN AMERICAN WATERS
ON BOARD TUB NANTUCKMV
LH1HTSHII'. June IS. -Two balls la last
afternoon watoh were striking aa the
Imperstor, the biggest ship eaeavt,
"reached America" by rounding Uala
Hosting mark lo-ciey
The weatlier waa clear and the steaaw.
er'a three funnels rose out of th sea
about noon. An hour later her great
swell rocked the llghtehlp. With Us
smoke tloutlng tu port, the ImparaMB.
hi a, led off to Ut westward for the Aa.
1 ruse liianiial Lightship, UH miles as
C0RKRAN BEATS BUXTON ;P
bad i vyMCUinnn raiMi
w binnknvwH wwr
lituectal ta The Ereatsg World.) . c
ICl , It I 1.' I m I,,,,.. ,S
Corkran of Baltimore beat C. B. Baf
ton of Atlantic City, 4 up snd I to Ml,'
In the anal for the Lynnwo4
'up this afternoon It wa
former's match from th start. MaM
iug the eighth hs was I up. then Mf
imp pad back until he waa only t M
at the hiurteeoih.
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