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9mn ,V2fwJ; VSkfcST" NEW TORE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1913.
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MAYOR, ILL AND WEAK,
SUDDENLY SAILS AWAY
IN SEARCH OF HEALTH
Secretly Boards Liner Baltic for
Round Trip Sea Voyage to Re
cover From Co'lapse Due to
Old Bullet Wound in Neck.
HITS TAMMANY GKAFTERS
IN DICTATED STATEMENT
GIANTS GET EVEN
Smith's Homer in Fifth Dodg
ers' Only Run Off
Helther, ss. .
R H. PO. A
0 2 0
1 0 I
0 J 0
Mevevs. c I 2 4 2 0
Merkle, lb 0 0 7 0 0
Tesreau, p 0 0 0 I 0
Murphy Refuses to Answer, but Fu
sion Leader Says Gaynor Is
Mayor Gaynor suddenly sailed at no n to-day tor Europe on the
Baltic, intending to nuke a quick round-trip sea WfU$ of two oj three
weeks for rest and recuperation, He was accompanied by his son Kutus.
The Mayor is in very poor physical Condition. The bullet in his
throat, fired when he started lor Buropc three years ago. is causing him
renewed trouble. He is much weakened in strength and nerves.
The "shovel" political campaign will be a! a standstill until his re
turn. No selection of other candidates to run with the Mayor will he
made until his return.
Before leaving Ike Mayor ' (
Urioiio attnat on "Bots" M irplty and
aeher Tammanv laadera. accusing ll"
Collin. If. .
at trying to loot the Pity tr. M-.M .
atr. Murphy smiled on reading iha .
Ifayor'a blast and rspllad: I have
ao thing to say." The Tammany cam
paign was ordered to IBarll tin-, for ii
, few wwki on account oi political dan-1
ajar tn beginning too early.
PUtlON COMMITTEE SCORCf
MAYOR AND TAMMANY.
Hie Fusion Commutes of Una Hun
dred and Seven ladt In irp reply
tae (Mayor, Mousing him or bi imlni a
aareicepe crlmtnls" In turning ov r
tha dw to Tammany bj running on a
at, weak aa ha w, the Mayor
himself with all hla old-Mm,
ind 1st loose a farewell blact at
all tiled with vHrlollo de
aad okargee of attempts 'o
I loot the city. He says
McOooey, Donahue and the
tueb have bad four lean and
FLANS ALL DEPENC ON STATE
OP HIS HEALTH.
- . .k. ManM
sudden aepinun -j ,
I throws ths munlclpsl political sit-
u.1. into complete contusion , iiiuvuiwy, ri
I naosrtalnty. The selection of run- i eider, ss . . .
mates for the Mayor on nis in- Sweeney, c
at ucin m" reew" I riSSSTt K
- . - HI. .umii.l.i.i tr:i,i.
Imi nis reiuru. mm i--- . i
ltn will endeavor to keep alive his rtals
hut tie aliovel campaign
wUl dig little poUtlcal dirt until the
prlaolpal digger returns.
' . ... I ..la. t I....P I ttfti.r .... .
The ncxi Mnir iwtw ...-., rnooiisr. ri
! Milan, cf .
rm Aninrnp uim
BY FINE RALLY
NEAR THE FINISH
Totals I 7 24 10 I
Wheat Pa'.'.-.! for Collins In ninth.
Kirst Hasp on Balls Off Teerenu. 2.
Struck Out 8y Tesreau. 3; hy Ylngll-iK.
Horns Run eVnith, Two Baas in.
Moyars. stolen Basse 'Doyts. iouhir
Playa Fletcher, i.oyie ti Marwai
Flet, her, Doyla to Merkle. I'nvpiiree -K.-UHiti
ana Hrennan Attendance. 10,000
Hartzell stand Trouble With
Double cider Steals
Hartzell, 2b. . .
R. H. PO
3 5 27 13
is tin- l.uur
rnviil of til)' Hill t li
on laturday, the utn ana "
bound for Montreal, due to Hrnw then
am ent an it la considered probabh
.!,. tv. Mnvor Mill choline llim rollll'l
about way of returning, which would
bring hltn back to New fork on slept 1.
DAUGHTER A N L OFFICIALS ON
SHIP SEE HIM OFF.
The Mayor's Intention In make thli
oeean voyage grag kP gecral ordei
to avoid what he called 1 s nd
oommotlon" at the plat n- formed
plan several days SgO :. a IU 1 :
tor the announced v intion In ih A U
rondacks. Dock Commissioner II A. ''
Bmtth wan advlel so tnai h couW
make all the arrangements for ,i ..-i
modatioaB At the plor to t.
Mayor off there u; e only hl da i -i t r .
Miss Marian !. i-r. M r. Hnilth, J
Craelman anl Italph lahaan,
Xt was a feeblt llgure tint went slow
ly up the gangplank leaning heavll) on
tha arm of his sou R if us 'i'hs Mat i
had apant thi nighl al hl Wwn house
in Brooklyn, u . ih morning lie
seat for his body guard, Pollei Lieut.
Kennel to oomi With an .ioioni.1 cl la
take MM for a rule. Once :n the . ar
accompanlsd by bis am and SgUfbiafi
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Ains t.i, c
R, n po
I I 3
0 0 0
1 ins I ;t le.l for
i-fTcr batted for
2 10 27 17
!h ilia In' Hh
ll le hi In ninth.
iiia es in ninth.
si mm ::v i t it i n i v i s
Plrsl llaae on Halts- Off Kishei- .'. off
tlallia '. .'ti Hufflieg i Htruelt Out
H Usher H by ((allta i by Ifuahaa
Tiiree.liHae HH 'Miller. TwoeBgae Hit
ii. Hi ', i Htulan Baaeg Moeller, Keld
sr. .Mi an Ihiubts I'l.iyr'-Morgan. lc
HeWIti Ui ilindli Iftnplres Connolly and
fctnuii. v lendanogi L00O,
g ni ip The Hrsalai wdiiui.
WAwHINOTON, 8epi. i.-uwlng to
(Continued oa Twelftfc Pace.)
gasetal le The grwdai worn.
POLO (Htul NIs. MOW yORK, Seiit.
4 The luaa of the rtret game due to toe
blowing up of Marqnard wan mute- a
setback to the ('Hants, but they put Tes
reau In the box and went riKht out after
By the time the second game started
the crowd was close to ten thousanl In
number and decidedly worried over till
outlook. With tiie Hhlllles playing ir
Hoston, there was a cha-ii-e to get nn
other notch Cloggr to the chan ps.
l'IKST I.N'MN'J -ddoran got a Texas
leaaTuer over short lor a single, tit
hsw hit Into a double play, Kletchr
to Poyle to Merkle Stengel singled to
right Stengel wae nut rteallng, Myers
to Fletcher. No Huns None Left
Snodgrase filed out to Stengel. Doyle
was rolled out on strikes. Fletoher
aJeo struck out. No Runs. None Left.
SBCONl INNING iHersog threw out
Collins. Doyle tossed out Daubert.
Smith dropped a Texas leaguer In right
for a single. Smith was taught off
ttrst, but the umpire declared that Tee
reau hud made a balk, and allowed
.Smith to take second. Kisher lined OUI
t.i Murray. No Kuua tine laft.
Hul'ns popped a foul to Smith Her
lit lined out to sttna.-i Hurra)
struck out. No Runs. None Left.
THIRD INMNii r'lscher flie.1 out t.i
Hums. Vlngllng Wag safe on Doyle's
ermr. Moran popped out to Fletcher.
CutShaW filed out to Doyle No Huns
Mevi-rs smashed a double into rlprht
entre. Merkle file.! out to Moran.
Tesreau limed out to Cutshaw. rinod-
m'is singled to left, scoring Meyer.
and went all tie way to third on (he
thi n .1 to thi- plate that hit the runner
iri tiie hack and went all the way to the
stand 1'iyie single i to right, aoorini
gnodgraeSi Doylg stole second and went
to thir i on PTghaf'g in ii rr of Klaohar'a
throw. Fletcher litied out to K.she;
Twu RutMi 1 ins it
yXlURTH 1NN1NO itengal popped to
Boyle. L'oillns singled to centrs 'oiiin
was "in stetllnf. Ueyari 10 Doyie.
' i,i i cri slrucll out, No Huns. None
HuruM tiieii .nn to Stengel. (Tingling
loasid o n Hergug Murray out. Piaher
to Daubert. No Ituna None Ueft,
I'll'I'll INNfNH slmlth lilt a driie
Into the left iieni bleachers foi a h irni
run Plnhgr filed out to gnodgraas.
i';. t in r mads a pretty tatoh of PUher'i
pop fly V muling Koi a base on balls.
Moran su n k out. Unt Run One Left.
Meyers beat out a biK i iiounder to
I'uialiaw. Mtrklo forced Meyers, Vlng-
Golf Rivals, Winners To-day, Who May
Fight It Out for National Title
THAW LOSES APPEAL
I ii- 1 ii
iLawkawkL. M. --aaMaawk I I
ppwHpgM j r i9 I
-a. t.. . ' .. am ...w tummttvm
' " $
V ' ' . i i ii ii ti i i
FOR RIGHTS AS TOURISM
SANITY IS UNDER TESt
" 'rsiseit wa
TO GOLF FINALS;
SO DOES TRAVERS
'Herreshoff and Anderson Also
Victors in To-lJay's Qual
FIRST OA ME.
AT NEW YOKK
Batteries -Maruuaid, Crandall and Meyers. Walker, Ragon and McCarthy
ICONO OA ME.
COOO 1 0000- 1
Hstterles Tesreau and Mryere, Vlngllng and Fischer.
AT WASHINGTON -
0000 1 00 1 o-
Hatterlea V iaher antl Sneeucy; (lallla and Alnsmllh.
20200 103 0-
AT ST. LOU It.
0 2 0 0 0 1
8 0 0 0 0 0 4
Ratter! eg Kussell nn.l Sihalk
m I Rebwaru'k ami Alaunda?
Hatterles Lnjmarl Hall and l.'ar-
rlgan; Plank, Hush and Bohani
1 1 0
Hatte-lcs ..Vlonely an. I l.ioiiias, Hon I. I 010010000
' Ratttrlag Sallee ttn
Ruulnlon and plmoAi
i T, LOUIS
020001000 I 4
0 0 0 0 1 0 0
Afters ooa stowage.)
Fharlea Kviuis. i'htceio, defeated Wal
ter J. Travis, (lardsn City. 5 and 4.
Fred Iterreshoff, (larden I'lty, won
from Whitteinore, Massachusetts, I
Jerome D. Travera. I'pper Montclalr,
defeated Archie Held, St. Andrew's, I
Anderson defeated Sherman, 4 and S.
igperUI to The g'nilni WorHI.
(1AR.DEN CITY (MilF LINKS, L. I.,
N. Y., dept. 4. Jerome D. Travers,
I'pper Montclalr; Chick Kvana, Chicago;
Fred llerreshoff. (larden city, and Jamee
Anderson Massachusetts, won tlielr way
this afternoon to the eeml-nnala to
morrow for the National Amateur
championship of the United Statea.
These four decisively defeated Held,
Travla. Whlttemone and Sherman In the
but qualifying round to-day.
The Fvane-Tj-avls match, the day's
feature, proved a walkover for Rvans.
The brilliant Western star was at hie
beat toward te end and completely
ouila sea a Ma older opponent
Champion Travera, with a morning
lead of all up, elumped badly during
the afternoon and allowed young Held
to cut down hie advantage to three up
at the flnlah.
Fred llerreehoff, a danreroua factor In
the present tournament, played consist
ently well during the entire lay, led
Whltteuiure, s Strong player. 2 up at the
Anderson of Maas.t huswtte handled
Ton Sherman of Uttea with ease.
TTavIs played consistently but was
outclassed by his young UBptaSaat The
Out. . . 4 4 4 4 S 4 4 141
OHti 44544f ti It
i; vans-Travis card:
In 4 4 4 6 4
In 4 6 4 5 1
Baci halved the nineteenth and twen
tieth boles in four Lvane unimiered a
great m.d-iron shot on the next and
went out In four to the veteran s five
I Until divided the neat two holes with
sift und four Travis rallied gamely on
the twenty-fourth and tnudc H one up
i when lAans pulled lnta the rough twice
I for a six
The iili-ago grUtard t suie right had.
'and reversed the score on the next
hole when be aipr..ai tied dutiy and run
out In four to the veteran's six. tin the
ITU) Rvgag peeled off the greatest
skul "f the match, a Mfool putt that
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0 0 0 1 0 0 1
Batteries fiwktM and MoJCee. Ureas
and O'NeiU. Z
0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 5
Battertee Oeysr aad koberU. Me
QuiUaa aad Olbaoa.
H'ontlniied on Tweirth I'age.i
K TO, . fttsets sag rsssntuauj its sli
Deportation Officials Deny Pratt?,
tion Given to Jack Johnson, anU
Autos Wait Outside Inquiry -
Room lor Race to Frontier.
"ft ' '.
COURT DENIES LAST PLEA J
TO RESTRAIN EVICTION
Judge Hutchinson Declines to Inter
fere, and Fugitive Is Under Con
trol of Immigration Men
(fecial from a Staff Oorrespe adeas of The eealaa; WosMV)
COATIUiOk, (.Hiebtv, Sept. 4. The only question left to tit d
Clded hy the Board t Inquiry of the Dominion Immigration DeputjAtftf
late this afterntnin in ib hearing looking toward the deportation of He)
K. Thaw was whether t lie slayer of Stanford White is sane or insaoi.
It adjudged insane he would be immediately ordered out of flu
The contention raised by Thaw's counsel that he was a tourtvj
travelling through Canada en mule to Detroit, Mich., was o ver-ivkd. b
the Hoard this afternoon. The officials decided that Thaw vroj
travelling through the country as was Jack Johnson, who had itSaTT
lions made on a trans-Atlantic liner. ,
This ruling was the second set-back Thaw had suffered to-day
Uarlier in the afternoon Justice Hutchinson refused to issue a writ pro
hibiting the holding of Thaw by the Immigration: officials.
As soon as the decision of the Board was announced the Bond pm
ceeu'cd the same as it would have done in the case of any ' 'ifl
Thaw was again called to the stand and Chairman Robertson quettJMijV
hiin as to his family record. Mr. Robertson had several volumes fotfett
ing information as to tlve Thaw family, and following this he quwlWkk
the prisoner closely as to his ancestors. Thaw objected strenuously
tliis line of examination. 1-or the lirst time during the day it seaMd Jfc
iu-might lo-e his composure. ,
Kurlns the en nessnni of the Im- ne w, told the train went no gggtk:
migration board i" Canadian alienists
were cloeely wstchlna Thaw, havltui
been retained by the Department of the
The Immigration board of Inuulry
bagan He hearing to-day on the ques
tion of deporting Marry Thaw, wit i
eeery areayaat "f uulck decision
Outside the railroad station where the
board sat In Its quarters S dogsn auto- ward the border In the
so he hired a carriage to
cook In order to buy a ticket
Pittsburgh. The horsee gave eeiti
hlied siuther carriage
aa far as Ha r toed There
II Johnston, a fsr.-ner.
l'liaw inTosa the line, followed TMkti
on the it ind He aald they
whisk apt M
ere Kg fM ga
mobiles were drawn up Among mem i auuens me A hundred feet ffwnt Ufc)
were Special Deputy At torney-t leu- M ih v turned hack, he said, sndatSjfS
eral Jerome'a racer und the s.-ien- w toward 1'anaaa, VerwaftJt,
sented car or ''apt ,l"ibn l. niyan. es Kuiaily the nm.nl the border at
detsetlvs assistant in l 1 it wis IV.il.odv a ' Linn House." JakPjNgk
Intended to ruali Tlmw to the rronller. added Out. aa they went through tjkig
Then there were more tars, piled with l' '1''' '" cautious tone ot TkMP.
newspaper men aid photographers .-hien.,i bin. and he rsfngja gg
Ph.. was auestlonetl hi Chief Rganf a" any further. ' f V
iner Stake Sobartaon, ehp inquired Ural hlg .-ompanioa
,, Mtraaca im.. t'anadg Thaw r""" ""a'1 rnnmpaon, went
ok train at It salei N II., nougg of OeUve Nadeau.
.nd bought various Ueksts tu reach in'1""'""1 '" Ihaea to tha kg
- iiaue station in Canada, with . owned by Hen fatl.eua.
sswwm gfwnnwii uii inn m
THAW TELL8 "PUkLIC
MUST BE SUPPRieWl
The Inquiry was adjourned at
the intention of going tl rg to Ins
htmie In Pittsburgh
Thaw aald he found his first route
was not the most direct, so lie bong it a
ticket to lirei-her falls, vsrmuni, me in o clock. A crowd had gatharM
I, si station cn the Mains csntrai. tners: me nation piaiioriu. and as Col,
. . .arm i nanea t. bite, I law's Mi
came dpwn from the detenttetl
HarthaatslM asis ghakea Meaalaa. where the hearing was held tha
MwBUSMSaH "". ' ' if 'led Let Thaw nut -lst
sliKht eartnuu.Kc was irit ne.e m Tbcv stcod gnslng at the wlndoej
and i re. net. i,e. ' 1 hone ol sealna Thaw, hut he did
Am. It. 1
mm. Omk wmm far kktI7T3
.TitK i:m or riii'; WUHlUlli'
' uiiaii lhttr, (giiMtiUi gka. llit iit,itir -if
Hhrrltx U llolmrai, Iiub jnl t i ilt-n BMM
inaidkNg ktiir) , wht h iIthIo llli 1 lit
drlrH'ilin f HMUfMi MM 1 r
tntltlfHl I tir I nt4iit Ikrii.' irmn tier- pen
of IhU fktninl tttittitir, Iukiii in ii,
netl HuiitlMy UnrlU lllii-iruiol Nn;.4.iii.
and Hiory vrimii, ttfiil M i niiitific
Bm iiMjlii uiukimirtj iii.iM.itn. IMitor
on MWMWlff ui mdwmucv. the tuutlMy 1
WfU I Bs4 raUinisftblga, hwg.o meh irnte
When the adjournment Wg
Thaw ISSUed this stntement:
lining Infurutad thtt one
lieh'n 1 M.s lilega! P irault la
ib 10.1 in a snali out Inflg
nuilci Hi it if ot on trial Igj
.in, ii.iNi.i, Tsew Vora e)iaM
nis 1' uncover those named
wen. jc-cccteii in i.si7, we are ft
to state that we have no lakaj
of ever uncovering those aaaagsj
were left la blaftk.
At Ike same time, we anasgf s