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THE TiErFBLIf1: THURSDAY. JI'LT 2. 1003.
Giants Defcaiocl tin
Cimiiiiiils by Hie
Score of 5 lo -.
Now Yoik IinadcM Won
Fiom (Iip Riowiis by tin
Score of 7 to :.
Iiificlder Hill Made His
First Apiieauincc at Third
TRIPLE PLAY SPOILED
Babes Weii' Full and Xone Out
When IMienontenal l'lay
FAST FIELDING EXHIBITION.
Donovan's Jlen I.oM I fruit After
Sixth Inninj; and Were Un
able to Make Safe Con
nections With Rail. J
stamiiag or Tin: (-1.1 IIS.
P. . I. 1M
I' V. I !'.
Pittsl.urg 2 4; -0 677 Cini innati 77 7? -4M
New loners 3 :i ,riiitn 3' :j ji jj
tTllcago "B 3 r- .wll-t. Lsils J -4 4. 3M
Urooklvn 17 3-V 77 .KCh'nindel i 1" 4' M)
Wlirre 'Iliey fin;
Ht Iul at 7s.iv 'iork. Pittsburg a' Hroo'vV.
Cincinnati at I'-x-ti n. i Chicago at Phil.l"liIi'a
Nc 1ork U. M luls 2. UrooKljn S Pittsburg 4
Phlladel li. Chicago 4 i
Sew York. Jul 1 -In a simp or the reg
ulation July brand, plaved on a held svvept
bv wave after wave or almost suffocating
lieat. the GUMS lo-daj retrieved their fall
ing fortunes to some -tent by whipping
Incidentally. the sained a feu hard
earned points on the League leader. Slash
1ns work In the field, which Included a hair
raising triple pl.ij, that rcall put out four
men. and slnserly handlins of the hickory
under McGraw's active coaching, earned the
While the visitors were on their toes most
of the time, and plajed the game for all
there was In it, a little wiidncss on the part
of Curric at a critical stage somewhat un
nerved them, and toward the end the were
practically out of the solns
That wonderful triple play made possible
bv the cleanest, snappiest handling of the
sphere, happened In the sixth inning, at a
time when Mcdnnlty fcould see nothing but
breakers ahead. It jifc-t about broke the
heart" of the Westerner, and bv the "same
token stirred the bieacherites to voiceful ex-
Munyon's Gold Cure
JIIcc the head, no, throit and lunc al
nw't immedlal?l Cure new colds, old colds
and obstinate cold. It break up any kind of
a cold in a few hour, and rn?nt Fnrumonla.
Kronchltls. Gripre or other dleics of throat
FREE TO THE SICK
OFFER AGAIN EXTENDED.
Kree 1 llirntnrs 1 rrlitmentn! Free
I'lcclrle Treatments! Free Metllcnt-
oil Air Treatment! Free Comnilnn
(rr Treatments! Free Consultation:
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llcc! I'rce Treatment! To nil npfily
ing nt tfi; fiflleeft of The (crniiiti
Amerlcnn Stnfl off IMisIelnn nntl
burgeona Institute, 800 Olive.
On June 7th these Master Specialists an
nounced to the afflicted of St. Louis and
surrounding country that for two weeks
they would give FREE Consultation, Ex
amination, Advice and Treatment; and as
a consequence their offices were crowded
and hundreds turned awav unable to obtain
even consultation. Not wishing to show
favoritism, and In order to enable all who
desire to take advantage of their generous
offer, the doctors concluded to extend the
lime until 0.10 p. m June Gflth. with the re
sult that not one-half of those vho called
were able to obtain an aud'eoce with the
Examining Specialists; and to meet the de
mands of the sick and suTferlng. the doc
tors have nrain extended the time: so. all
"uffere's from chronic disease who ipplv
before -uly 31st, S p m., willj-eceivc rilEB
CANCER. FISTULA, PILES. RUPTURE,
Neuralgia Dvsiltpsia, Insomnia, Dysentery,
Female Trouble. Disease of the Heart.
Stomach, Liver. KIdnes or Bowels, con
sultation, examination, advice and treat
ment will bo absolutely free, if vou apply
before 9S0 p m. July 31st. (Under no cir
cumstances, however, will the doctors fur
nish FREE treatments after that ii-itc)
CANCER. FISTLT.A. PILES. RUPTURE,
VARICOCELE. EPILEPSY. PARALYSIS.
STRICTURE BLOOD POISON. NSRVOUg
DECLINE AND ALL SPECIAL. PRIVATE
AND SURGICAL DISEASES WILL HE
CURED AT JU.sr ONE-HALF THE REG
ULAR PRICE. AND NO PAY UNLESS
PROF. J. T. R. CLARK.
President and Founder of "The German
American Staff of Phs!clans and
Surgeons Institute. S00 Olivo
street, opp. I O.
This is ccrtnlnlv a golden oppoitunlty and
one that jou cannot afford to lose: so do
pot delay, as a friendly talk with these ex
pert Specialists may be the means of chang
ing jcur whole life Into sunshine and Inp
plncss. They will scientifically diagnose
jour catv, locate ever acne, pa'n and dis
agreeable feeling -without asking a single
They havo thousands of letters on file in
the original envelopes just as they were re
ceived from cured patients, subject to jour
inspection. Wiry pay other ph.vslcians big
prices when j'ou can get the same, or better,
treatment tree for the asking?
This Is not a charllv offer, but nude wle
lv for the purpose of Introducing their New
Method Treatment to the rich and poor
alike; and all the Doctors ask for services
rendered Is that each person aecept'ng this
generous offer will appoint themselves i
committee of one to Inform their friends
of the result In their Individual case. Do not
make the mistake of waiting until thejast
moment, or putting off for to-morrow what
vou can do to-daj-. This offer will Positive
ly not be again extended, and after ap
pointments are made for time specified,
all new applicants will be charged full price.
HOME TREATMENT CURES. Wi
the city. ou should-applv tot treatment In
person; but If ou live too far away for
this, write In sacred confidence a full and
unreserved history of your case and the
same will receive their most careful, con
'fcciontlous and painstaking attention. As
people In different parts of Canada. Mexico
and other fircigu countries, as well as all
over the United States are being cured dally
by their Home Treatment, they feci fullv
Justified In claiming that it is the most
perfect and tucccSsrul sjntirn ever devised.
Address The German-American Doctors. $03
Olio street, opuosJto P. O.. St. Louis. Mo.
'.Malar 4alaW -nn
"" aftalar jalalaV Tl
ertion not usually so copiously Indulged in
on a scorching day.
HOW TRIPLE WAS .MADE
Ran opened the Inning wlth'a line drive
for two bases. Currie came along with a
sharp crack for one base and Rjan came
all the way home. Farrell was "-afe on
George Davis's trror. and "Pat"" Dono
van made It a full house when his grounder
was kicked about in the infield. The out
break was not promising for the local out
lit and the red-faced rooters made no at
tempt to conceal their disgust Smoot
stepped to tho plate, made a mlght -.wipe
and thins-, happened .is they do In .i moving-picture
Hresnahan. coming in like a suburban win
ner, nailed the ball on the tlv. putting out
Smoot. and vvhlpptd it heme to Warner, kill
ing off Currie. Tho big backntop rocketed
the ball down to Gilbert, disposing of I'ar
roll Donovan was out at first had any one
cared a rap
After that the game went along In com
parative peace, save in the eighth Inning,
when .Mciiravv strode ovir to the lonching
line and Jollied his boj s into hammering
home two more tallies, giving them the
comfortable total of live.
Itig Merles- nude a pretty catch out In bis
territorv eariv in the game He closed In on
a low liner, head in air. his hlg goggles
shining in the sunlight like mini itnre head
lights, and nailed the bail nut far oft the
llrnnn made a home run In the fifth that
was about the luckiest kind of a circuit
earner ev er st en on the Polo Grounds Mc
GInnlty worked hard for the full nine In
niugN and contributed some strlke-outs it
ah it it o r.
n-t.n" righ Arid 4 1 2 l o o
Ilrem!.an enter HeM 3 11110
McOann llrl bise 1 n n 0 0
Merits left flelj 4 12 10 0
OavlF. Fhort-top 3 12 4 2 1
1 smlcr. thlnl base 3 0 l 2 1
Ollbert. second base. .4 1 it o i ft
"Warner, catcher ..401830
McOlnnltv. pitcher 4 0 0 0 3 1
To'als . " 3; 5 j 21 2
, L A1!- n- O A E
Farrell. second hac 3 i 0 o 2 0
Oonevan right field .... 4 0 1 3 0 0
smoot eenti r field .401 o o 1
Uraln shortstop . ...3101H1
llurUe. third base.. ..401 230
M O X 11 left nclil.. 10 0 10 0
Haekett, first bae .3 o 1 10 2 0
Itvnn. catcher . T 1 1 T 1 0
Currie, pitcher ..301030
.30 2 21 11
.. 0 0 0 I 1 1 d 2
fct Louis . ...0 0 0 0 0 110 0-2
Eirned runs New York 2. St. Louis 1. Flr-t
on cirors New "ork 2 St I.ouls 1 tift on
lne New 'iork 7, St Iviul 3 flr't on lulls
Off McGlnnltv 1 off Curric 1 Two-bae hits
earner 1, nan 1 sacrifice hits Farrell 1 Stol
en haes ltrowne 1. Gilbert 1 Smoot 1 Triple
plavs Hresnahan Warner and Davis 1. Wild
pitcr-e McCllnnltv 1. Currie 1 Double nlav
Haekett (unassisted) 1 Umpire Johnstone Time.
One hour and thirty minutes
FIIII.MIKI.PIII V 12. cmcno I.
Pitrlier Doselier of Fortlhnm College
Join Winds City AKfrrcKailon.
Philadelphia, July 1. Menefee was weik
to-day and the locals batted him at will,
winning with ease. Chicago has signed
Pitcher Doscher of the Fordham College
team. Attendance. 1.5S3 Score:
AH H O A E AB II O E.
Slasle. K i 1 2 0 0 Thomas. cf..4 12 0 0
Haul). 3b 5 1 " 3 1 Wolv'on 3b 4 12 3 0
Chance lb 4 3 7 10 Tltun If . S 3 1 0 0
Jones, ef 4 12 0 0 Kelster. If 1 0 0 t 0
Tinker, s 3 14 11 Karrv. lb ...4 2 14 1 0
Ever 2b 4 2 3 2 0 Hulsw-itt, s 4 1 1 4 0
Harle rf 3 2TOO Gleaaon. 3i i 1 I 1 t
KUnc c 4 12 3 0 Dooln. e .42410
Men-fee. p 3 0 12 1 Mitchell, p 4 2 0 4 0
Totals 33 II 24 12 2 Totals 3.1 14 27 17 0
Chleaio ... 10 0100020 I
Philadelphia .... 0 0 1 3 1 0 5 2 . -12
Two-base hits Chance 1 Tinker 1. Evers 1.
Gleason 1. MltchIl 1. Home runs Titus 1
bscrifice hits Harley i. Kelster 2. stolen baes
Kelster I. Gleason 1 Dooln 1. Doublo plars
Menefee Even and KUnc 1 Left on bases
Ct lenco 10 Philadelphia 7 First bae on balls
Oft Menefee 6 off Mitchell 5 Struck out By
Menefee 1 by Mitchell 3 Wild pitches-Mitchell
1 Time of Kame Two hours and five minutes.
TIROOKL1 V 5, PITTsnl UG i.
For Ihp FIraf Flie Innlnex Solioilr
Score on Kltlier Side.
Brooklyn. July 1 In a pitches' battle
the home team defeated the Plttsburgs to
day. Tor the first five Innings not a man
crossed the plate on either side. In the
hixth a scratch, an error and Wagner's
home-run drive scored three runs for the
visitors The Brooklyn tallied twice In
the seventh, once in the eighth, and added
two more in the ninth, winning the game.
Attendance. 2.0W. Score:
Alt H O A E. All II O A E.
Peau'ont. cf 4 1 n o l trann. 3b 3 0 2 3 0
Clarke, If 3 12 0 0 SheckarU If! 0 3 o 0
Sebrlne rl 4 1 M Dobb. cf 3 0 3 0 0
Wagner, lb 4 1 11 0 1 Jeanlrgs. rf 4 1 4 o n
Krucer, a 2 0 3 i l,Dole. lb ..43X11
Leach. 3b 3 0 10 0 Dahlen, s 4 12 10
Hltchej 2b 4 1 1 4 0IiUcr. C .30210
rhelp c .4041. Ahearn c 1 t I 0 0
I'illllplii, p . 4 0 0 3 0 Flood 2b 3 12 11
Jones, p 3 0 0 10
Totals 33 u21 13 4
Totals .. 31 7 27 S 2
None out when winning run scored
Plttsburc ... ... 0 0 o 0 0 3 0 0 14
llrookljn 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 2-3
Two-baso hlta Clarke 1 Home runs Wagnisr 1
Stolen bases Hltchev 1 s-hecknnl I Jennings 1.
Dojle i rlrst base on errors Pittsburg 2. IJrook
Ivn 1 IWt en bases Pittsburg 3 Hrooklyi r.
Sacrifice htts-ciarke I. Leach.1. Dahlen 1 First
hae on balls Ily Jones 2. bv I'hlllmil 2 Hit bv
Ditched ball n Phlllppl 1 .Struck out llv ijnes
2 bv Phlllppl 3 Time of same jnt bom and
lortj minutes Umpire Emslle
Dalla". Tex , Julj 1 At Corslcana:
,. . 71 II E
Corslcana 30220032 ..12 it 2
Dallas 0 o 2 0 V 2 0 0 0 4 s 1
llatterles Corslcana, Ill-e and Dlalr, Dallas,
Conover and llerrj.
At Fort Worth.
R. H E
Fort Worth . 10000100 .. 2 7 1
W aco . ... 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 V 0 0 S 2
Halteries Fort Worth. Iluchanan and McMur
rrv. Wa"u, Mtilke; and Kellj.
raducah. Kr.. Jul 1 Paducah 3 Henderson
5 Ilatterles Freeman. Clifford anil l'errj : Holln
ar.fl Warner. At Cairo Cairo 4. Jackson 1 flat
teries Ilrocketl and Rutledge: Accorslnl and
Pettlt. At Clarksvllle Clarksvillc 6. Hopklnevllte
"' Batteries Hulmes and Holmes, Chatham and
Paxton. Ill . July 1.-
-Baseball at Lodi. Ill :
Loda 5, Hoopeatcn 0.
Mason cltj. la . Julj 1. Greene defeated Mason
City In s"cond game of series io-da. score 11 te
WESTER?. I.Eir.l K.
Kansas City 1, St. Joseph 7.
Kansas cits. Julj 1 ht. Joseph batted the
ball hard during the latter part of the game and
Kansas Cttj's errors were costU. Attendance,
It H E
Kansas City 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0-1 s 3
M Joseph 0 0 0 0 0 13 0 J 7 12 1
Batteries Cable and Messitt: Falls and Dono
hue. Colorado Springs 1. Denier I.
Colorado Springs. Colo . Jul 1. Lempke haa
the belter ot to-da's pitchers battle, and the
visitors had a comparative! easy vlclorj, bunch
ine hits oft .cwmejer whenever necesarj.
R. II. n
Denver 0 10 0 3 0 0 0 ft-l In 2
Colorado .springs.. .0 u u v 1 u u u 0 I 7 l
IJatterles-Jmpke and bcnM, Mejer and
lies Moines 111, Omnhn !.
Des Mouus. la.. Julj 1. Des Moines won a
farce of a gam- Oils afternoon from Omaha.
Gondlng was put out of the game In the eighth
Inning, demoralizing the visitors Attendance,
H H. E.
Des Moines 0 0 2 0 I 2 0 S ..10 13 ft
Omaha 0 220004 10 Sl i
Batteries Cushman ami Fold: Henderson, Com
panion. Gooding and Thomas
Peorln 4, Mllrrankce 2.
Peoria. July 1. Hart held Milwaukee down to
two hits -.o-day. while Peoria managed to
liound out the singles and won the game. The
game was called at the end of the seventh
inning un account ot rain. Attendance, 0
Tr rr t.
i Peoria 0 0 0 0 0 2 2-4 s i
I Milwaukee 0 10 10 0 0-2 2 2
uattcri-s nart and lieisier: Kenna and Lucia.
At Decatur Decatur 3, Rloomlngton 2
At DubUOUe DubUOUe 5. Oednr ItanM. 1
At Itoekford Kockfonl 11. Davenport 3
1 Kt Tvlt llnni1 nrw.lT l.lan.i r . i it. .
Open Filday night till 10 o'clock. Closed
all dav Saturdaj-, July 4th. G. H. Boehmer
HIV YOLR rfitEWonKi- -
From Fabrlclus, 85 North 8I5U1 street.
BROWNS ON DECLINE
AT RAPID RATE.
New York's Victory by Suoio of 7
to : Seventh Straight Defeat
WILLIAMS KNOCKS HOME RUN.
Tanm-hi-l Pitches Fast (lame for
V Minis and MuA leer's Jlen
(Set but Si
stamiim; of the riiiu.
Club ! W.L Pet I Club P W.I. Pet
Boston I 35 21 61 1 It Iiul 34 26 2j 4S1
Phlladel 61 3 VI .'90 .New York 34 lo IS 4S1
Clcvelnml .S 31 27 333 Detroit V. - 30 464
lilCTSn 36 .") J7 517 I Wash'tnn 3s 1 t2 276
1 here Tlic? Flay.
New ork at St 1.UU1.
Phlla at Cleveland
, Huston at Chicago
I W sh at Detroit
New "York 7 ht Lmis 3 WabhIneton4 Detroit 1
Hnston 1 Chicago 0 Phlladel s. Cleveland S
For a fevv moments vesterday tho Browns
manifested sjmptoms of returning to
consciousness. This occurred in the third
Inning, when thev scored a run and as
sumed the lead, the first time thes weic in
front for seven games.
The Browns' period of wakefulness, how
ever, was doomed to be short, for the
magic wands of the "Invaders," in the form
of big bats heavily laden with base Wis.
resulted in their victori by tile score of
7 to 3
For nine innings Tannehlll convinced the
members of the Browns' batting brigade
that the hand Is quicker than the ee Ac
cording to Tannehill this peculiar effect is
produced on the subject by a simple twist
of the wrist making the batter believe
that jou are going to throw an outshoot
when sou intend to fling a hLrh straight
Wonderful results are obtained in this
way. especially by Tannehill. who let the
locals down with sx hits, three of whloh
were secured in the lat Inning. Before be
ginning his demonstration Tannenlll was
obliged to secure good subjects. He found
them In the Browns.
HILL PLAYED THIRD BASE.
Hill, the newcomer from Corslcana.
Tex., plijcd third base for the 'heals, tak
ing McCormlek s place, and his exhibition
was crj- good, considering th foci that It
is the first time he has eve' tikei icn in
a big league game. Jut it ihre tnr"-" at
bat he secured a single and a s;n,cr!ll :e hit.
In the Held he hanJIes nlmlf rlcoiy.
going after ever thing t'.r.t is ut mto Ids
territorj. His four ehan;es Here nccipled
without an error. The v.ungiter is a lis
fellow and has all the phjsical qualifica
tlors to make good.
Again did "Jlmmj" Williams unmerci
fully pound the ball. In the fourth Inning
he met one of Powell's heftiest high ones
and pounded it Into the bleachers behind
Willlums'M home run was perhaps the
longest hit of the season
After leaving hi bit It traveled to the
bleachers in record-breaking time, almost
on a line. Had the hit been a high one it
would have probably cleared the fencj an 1
stopped across Grand avenue.
BROWNS FORGOT HIT?
By some mvsterlous oversight se-cral
members of the Browns forgot their hits
The otcrVght was discovered when the
Browns returned to the clubhouse, and
BUrkett. Heldrick. Hemrdilll md Padden
found their hits carefullj- stacked awav in
The came was replete with sensational
incidents. One good pla was in the second
inning, when Elberfeld. by a brilliant piece
of fielding, ran out Into left field and on
the "dead run" pulled Anderson's pop flv
out of the air.
Heldrick also contributed lirgclv to the
thrills. In the eighth liiniiir he nulled off i
fielding plav which will renalnlong in th"
memory of the fans Gkn7cl landed on i
Powell special, and the ball shot on a line
from the bat over second base lieldric.t
got off with the crack of the bat and aftr
a dashing stirlnt caught up with the ball
and picked it off.
This vvas not the onlv good play that
Heldrick made, for he performed the le
mirkable feat of retiring the New Yorks
In the s-venth Inning Lj- three catches of
HOW THE P.FXS WERE .MADE
The Browns scored first In the thiid in
ning. Padden was sife on IWler's error.
HIM sacrificed him to second. Powell singled,
scoring Padden Burkett walked Powell
was out at third on Heidrlck's grounder
into Tann-hlll. Hemphill flew to Mcrar
lartl, . T-. Yor& m.n,le iv- in tne fourth El
lr.rrrJLU ?",k!''- uItz fanned. Williams
lilt the bill into the bleachers scoring El
berfeld ahead of him. McFailand Hew to
Padden. Ganzel was out, Padden to Ander
son. eTih" Ti'"rdors7, ored two more In the
fifth Davis walked, but wns out at sec
ond on O Connor's force lilt to Hill Tanne
."yp'J'SLve'ed. scoring Tan-
n-i. t, wijiu. Fconng Keeier.
singled, but was doubled up by I'adden's
cr.tch of Fultz's pop. Williams doubled and
scored on Mcrarland's single. Ganzel lined
The visitors scored two more In the ninth.
D.-iVli wis out. Padden to Anderson.
O Conner doubled and scored on Tannehill s
single. Ketler doubled. Tannehill scored on
Elberfeld s out to Hemphill. Fultz lined to
,.T,n,e. Browns scored one In the ninth.
Heldrick and Hemphill died on easy infield
taps. Anderson singled. Wallace singled.
Kahoe si.igled, scoring Anderson. Kahoe
was out on Padden's force hit.
Burkett left Held 3 o" 0 o 'fl' o
Heldrick. center Held. .. 4 0 0 C 0 0
Hemphill. rlKht Held 4 0 0 110
Anderson, first baee 4 2 2 s 0 o
AVallacc. shortstop 4 0 1 r, 1 n
Kahee. catcher 4 0 17 0 0
I'adden. scc.nd bas 4 10 13 0
Hill third bise 2 0 12 2 0
Pcwcll pitcher 3 0 10 0 0
Totals Z2 3 6 27 7 0
.. , ., . . All R. H O A. E
Kecler, third has 3 12 111
I.IIrerfcld shortstop .... 1 1 2 1 R o
rultz. center Held 4 o 0 7 0 0
Williams, second bae. .422240
MiParland. left field ..401300
Canzet, first base 401900
Davis, right field 3 0 0 10 0
o Connor, catcher 4 2 12 0 0
Tarnehill, pitcher 4 12 0 2 0
Totals 3-. 7 11 ;7 n j
St. Ixiuls 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1-1
Nw lork 0 0 0 2 10 0 1 27
'Earned runs-New, York 6. fet. Louis 2. Two
.'. if TM 'Hlam a- O Connor 1. Keeier 1.
Tarnenlll I Three-base hits Elberfeld 1. Ander.
KJii1; THoime ,"""- Hllnms 1 Sacrifice hits
Hill I. I ultz 1 Douhle plnys Wallace snd An-&m??-i'
.La,''CCn a"d Anderson 1 Elberfeld.
Williams and Ganzel 1. Jllsscd third strike
Kahoe 1. Hit bv pitcher Bj I'owell 1 Bases on
LHi''.(?'r V?e" - of Tannehill 1 strike-outs
B Powell , ,j Tannehill 2 Left on bases
kJr .2rt e' .Se? Ti)r,t Tlme "f game-One
ncur and fortj-nvc minutes. Umpire-Connolly.
BADER 1VON nTTING PRIZE.
HlBlt School riuj-cr Tleil 'nitli DieLe
of MnnnnI for Bext Work Willi StleU.
Manager PIcrre.Gtace of tho High School
baseball team announced jesterday that
pader of High's team had been awarded
?am,cr7 offered as a prize for the inter
scholastic batsman making the best average
for the season. A mark of .453 won the prize
for Bader. , H
Pitcher Dlckc of the Manual team tied
Bader with the same total, and the toys
drew lots for the prize yesterday. Bader
was the lucky man and got the camera.
Both were known as among the best schol
astic; players In the cltj-.
DETROIT 1, 1VASHt.GTt)X 4.
Monte PInjcrs Bnrelj- Eicnpe a Whltc
STnslilrijr. Detroit, July L By a strange reversal in
j. in: iuu; scoreii one in the seventh.
Anderson tripled. Wallace and Kahoe lined
to t ultz, Anderson scoring on Kahoe's out.
Padden was out. Williams to Ginzel.
New York scored In the elphih i.-n,,,.fi.i
form Washington, shut out on two preced
ing das, almost whitewashed Detroit to
day. Orth pitched misteily bill, while
Deering was knocked out in three Innings
all the runs being earned Donovan illowed
but three hits. Attendance, 1,70.' Score;
AH II O A E3
Lush If . 5 0 '. 1 0
Barrett, ef 4 13 0 0
Crawford, rf 4 0 4 0 0
Carr. lb 4 1 10 0 0
Long, a .40230
Courtni 3b 3 0 3 1 0
bmllh. :b 4 0 0 7 0
Kilelow, e 4 13 0 0
Deerlnc. p 1 0 0 0 0
Donovan p 3 2 0 I 0
AH HO ill
S-elbaeh. If 4
Clarke, lb 3
Han cr 4
l.eo, rf 4
Martin. 3b .4
Hohtnsnn. 2b 4
Drill, c I
Orth. 1, 4
1 10 27 1 )
r 27 11 0
Detroit .. . 0000 0 0100-1
VWehlnctuu 11200 0 00 04
Two basfl hits Martin 1 Drill 1 Thrre-bii
hit Lee 1 s-icrlnVe hit 1 larki 1 to!en lne
Iljan 1 Hit bj pitched bill-By Orth 1 Fl st
on errors Detroit 2 Irfft on biseo Detroit 9
Washington 5 Struck out Hi During 1 bv
Donovan 2 h Orth f Pnssnl lull Drill I Time
rf came One hour. ml furl minutes Impl'e
(IF.VLI.VM) s. IMIII, IDEI.I'III !.
Dnvia M. ll.es Two Tivii-Ilnse lilts null
11 Home Itliu.
Cleveland, Jul 1 Philadelphia won in
the ninth Inrlng on tvvo-bigers h Davis
and Murphy and Br.idlev's error Both
teams phjed poorly in the Held. With the
eception of the seiond Inning, wliea Icv
latid bunched the lilt. Henley pitched good
bill Davis's batting was .1 f' uure At
Und ince. J 119 tcor.
I lev eland.
ah 11 i v r
VII II (1 IJ
Biv. rf ".11
1 Illttzel If (12 0
Bradle :b . 2
Lajnle 2 4 2 3
Illcknin. lb ' - 11
Mn art v. ir 5 J 1
I Ink. rf .11
Omhna ir. .1 o 1
B. mis c 4 15
2 .' I Irk'lni: if". 2 4 ii I'
4 1 Uuts lb ,3710
0 L. I IOS". 31i 'i : 3 1
0 0 tie bold rf 1 0 1 0 o
1 I' .Murphi. 2i j l 2 4 1
1 1 V Tos s I 1 1 5 1
1 H -ch-icl.. c 115
4 2 0 4 OllhnlC p
40 13 27 11 3 I Totals
I 1 0 1 0
Cleveland oboo 0 0101'!
Philadelphia 10 0 0 011025
Kirned runs l I v eland 1 I'hll idlph(s (, Two
bnse hit Lijoie 1. Puis 2. Pickering 1 IIerl"v
1 Ilirtzel 1 Murph 1 Home run Dills 1
First on lnlLs-Ili Jos 2 b lb nle 1 Hit liv
Itched hall II) Joa? 1 Left on ha. e Cleveland
7 1'hlla lelplilt 7 Mruek rut I! Joy 4. bv
Henle 1 Will pltchis Henlev 2 Time of
rame One hour and frrtv live minutes Lmplre
CIIICXGO , I10lON I.
C lnunir W in His Own (.iinic li
Uniting; In I lie Onlj Run.
Chicago, Juiv 1 In a ten-inning pitcher-.'
battle and a perfect fielding game the lo
cals were shut out to-da. "Cj" ourg
w liming his own game bv l-attlng ir. tl.e
onlv run scored Great wori. In both ii.
ileldcrs was the feature. Attends", flZ5
All II O A B All H O B
Holmes. If 4 0 3 10 Dough't). If ". 1 0 0 0
Jones cf 10 4 0 0 1 oliins. jb 4 112 0
Or.en rf 4 3 10 0 OHrl.n. cf 4 1 2 0 0
Callahan 3b,l u i 1 6 1 Freeman rf 1 0 o 0 0
Ibell. lb 3 0 13 0 0 I'arent. s 4 0 l S 0
Magoon 2b. 3 I 1 ". O'Lactuce. lb 4 I IS 0 0
Tannehill. s 1 0 ". 2 0 l-errl. 2b 4 113 0
MeFarla d c 1 1 1 1 o I'rlger c 3 114 0
llahert. p 3 0 0 6 6 oung. p 3 10 10
Total,. 31 1 16 0 Totils 24 7 31 20 0
Chicago . .000000000 0-O
Hnsto- . . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1
f.cft on bases rhlciKo 1 l'o-iton 6 Two base
hits Young I Three-base hits CriKer 1 Sacri
fice hits oung l Double pla)s Magoon in!
Tannehill and Isbe'l 1. unc and I'irent an 1
Lachince 2 btruck out B Flaherty 1, bi
Noting 1 Bases on bal's Ciff Klahertv 2 Tim
of game One hour and thlrtj minute Umpires
W hlle and W Inter
A3iunicN ik vca i: kvioins nmi.
IllNpnteil IMnjTwTiTTiil He llovcil
to Take I'nrt In Clllcniro Climes.
Chicago. Ill , Jtilv 1 An Injunction for
hlddlng George Divls plnving with the New
Yoik National League team in Illinois vvas
secured to-dav b the I ivv firm of S'ars,
Meagher & Whitnc, supposed to be repre
senting Charles Comiskej of the Chicago
American League club Great sccrecj Is
being oh'erved in the m liter but it Is un
deistool the case has b"en set for heating
in the Circuit Court. President Comi-key
s;en: a greater portion of the da with his
Irwjefs. The question confronting the lavv
jers is nhthtr the injunction can lie served
on Davis. He will arrive with the team
saturda morning. July 4. a holidt. Games
will be plaved onl on S iturdav and Sun
day, and it Is possible the writ ma not
be served during the coming series Comls
key hopes to get an opinion from his attnr
nes th it will show him the iva out of the
Toledo 1-, Louisville '.I.
Toledo O. Julj 1 After !nsns eight straltht
fames Toledo tn-dlv batted out a victor
,aeon vias battiil all over the field, while Crls
tall kept the hit' well scatter'.! The game
w is nl'ed nt the n 1 of the e'ghth Inning, owing
lu darkness Attndanc. 400 -core.
It II i:
Toledo 1 C 1 0 2 1 2 1-1. .'1 0
Ixiulsvllle 0102O0 0 0-3 S 2
Batteries i:ason and clve. Drlscoll anl
Mliineniifills I, t. Pntil s.
MlnneaMll3 Julv 1 ''t Paul won a t'n-ln-nlng
game from Mlnneaiwills to-div Hugglns
was uut out of the eame In the ninth for dis
puting i decision eerKUon taking his plice
Attendanc . 2.MV) bcore
B II K
Minneapolis . 001000030 0-4 1 4
el Paul 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 4-S 11 ')
Batteries Harbinger and Ludwig. check and
llllvrnnkee 7-U, Kntisns t lis r-0.
Jlliwaukee. Jul) 1 ftcr McGIII had been
knocked out of the box Illllott held Kansas cltv
safe, und a batting rail) won the tlm game of
the double-Mcailer for Milwaukee b) a tcore of
7 to 3 i:illvtt allowed Lut three hits In the
second rame, and with faultless fielding shut out
the visitors. Attendance 3C0 fcc-cris.
B. II. E
Milwaukee ... .00000520 ..-, s 3
Kansas Clt) .0 3020000 05 12 3
Batteries Elliott, McOllI and Wood, Gibson
I! II E
Mllwaikee ... .1 0 0 0 0 0 1 4 . -6 10 o
Kansas clt) . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00 3 4
Batretles Elliott and Wood. Durham anl But
ler. Columbus 7, Indiitimiintls 1.
Columbus O. July 1 Columbus won from
Indianapolis to-dai In a game characttrlze,! by
erratic lleldinc Ford was battml out ot the
1k.t In the tnlr.l inning McIMrtlln. who re
placed htm. pitched well Attendance, J.irS
n h i:
Columbus 0 2 12 0 0 0 0 ..7 a 5
Indianapolis . . ..00101200 04 10 2
Batteries Ball) and Fox. McPartlanu. l,r.l
and He) don
Mississippi Anllej I.ciikiic.
At Foit 'eott, K.is t.rsi game:
1-ort .Scott 0 0 0 2 111 0. 713I'j
lavenworth ' o o o o o o o o 2 4
Bitter!'" Fort PCC,tt Woodbur) and Cheek
Iiavenivorlh, Jon's and Redmond.
Fort Scott 1 10 0 0 0 0 3 ..-?'Y4E2
Leavenworth . . . .0 0 0 0 0 0 (I 0 S 3 5 2
Halteries Woodbury and Cheek, .Mzeinore anl
At Nevada, Mi I irt gime:
:eiada 0 0 1 0 3 0 0 .- j x '1
edalll 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
Battencs feh inks and King, lilt's and
Nevada 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 3 "s
ed1Ila I 0 2 3 u 0 3 1 2-11 17 1
Batteries Ta)Icr. 'Wiltird and King. Lawson
At Pitt-burg. Kas.:
lola 02000002 04 J. 'i
Pittsburg 00000000 00 2 2
Batteries Kllilla) and Armstrong, Torrle and
Amateur Bnxcltnll A-olc.
The Moumi Clt have reorsinlzed for the sea
son and hav the following players In line: Gib
son, Jokerst and Bleger, p ; Cuone). 1 b ; Uti. 2
b ; Murtn). s.; Henze. 3b; bhanks and Yaeger.
c , Liv Ingston. Plche and Blankcnmclster. fielders.
Thy would like to arrange gimes with the White
heals, fsiildlns- Glttens. Globes and all other
strong teams For particulars and dates addrcsa
H. M. fchanks. j,-0. SJ3 North Third street.
The Rose Hills will pia) at Staunton. HI . Jul)
4 and 5. (The) would Ill-e to hear from all out-of-town
team" Address William F. Meier, o
IS North fcccond street.
The 9t. Leos defeated the Oakawvllle. Ill . team
Sundav in a ten inning game by the score of
7 to 6. The former team would like to hear
from all out-of-town teams Address M J.
Claeke, No. 1718 Elliot avenue.
The Cotton Belts will play the team at Sulli
van. Mo. Sunda). The Belts desire out-of-town
games. Addrces Manager, Equitable building.
The Holdings defeated the Conlev-Ctones Sun
day at Forest Park by the score of 19 to 3. The
former team would like lo hear from r.ll out-of-town
teams. Address c, ji. Corbett. Ho. 6)2
bouth Garrison avenue.
The Floerks will play the Colllnsv Hie team July
4 and 3. I-or games with the former team ad
dress D. Floerks. No. 2722 Blair avenue.
The Glttens defeated l .e Libert) ?bv the score
ot ; to L and the Orphan Boja bflthe score of
ii) ! It. Il 111 ll. I. 1 .. It
' 0im fern I f$l !
Wti . , P$ '
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; .As? M :" . f
t t t t t 4 't t it. 't 4)
GEORGE IS RUDOLPH.
Distance runner of the I"irt Regiment,
v ltd will 'compete in tin half mile and
mile runs in the Scottish Clan games
S in I For gam' with th former team rill
C itV "
The'lfra!) lars 'defeated the Nttloials Su-day
bv th scire of s 10 7 The former team woull
like to heir from all teams In the L and 16
)ear oM eli , Addrers Guy Heal). No VjU
The fables would like a game for siturdi) ind
FurdiT J reldt. No 2726 .North Eleventh sirtet
The Bn Millers wuul I like tn hear from ill
eiit-nT-lown tennis d Ire's II O Brien, No 2313
MuIIani h) street
Tr- Irving' would Ilk to 1 liv vnm team in
the 15 und I vear o.d c im on satunHi anl
Minda) vdlrci John Bliiev, So S2J S'-uth
fcixlh tre. t
The Thistles hale o eh dues for Jul) 4 i-d 3
Ad lresf j checkM, No JWi Mullanph) street
Th .Walk Overs, woull tike to pia) on Inly
4 and ".. Ad lrc-s 1 Meier No 712 Barr street
The r M s would like to pli) some team in
the 13 and 14 )e.ir olj cli. on -sjtunlav anl S-Jn-c!a)
XddreS! r. JIallo). .So 2313 l.a SaII
The Orients of Ca'e Glnrdeiu defeated the
Orui Mo. telm bunda) b) the s,ore cf 7 to
The Orients would Ilk.- 10 h-ir from all t lyiuls
teims pli)ln? In the iS ard 2) vejr nil cla-s
lor p irlf cuUrs -lddn ss A ftein. box 727 Cape
The Burllnr.tnns rf this clt) were defeated n)
the team at Canton M. b) th score of II m
3 Tin feature of the pime wis Ihe pitching "f
Tnzlir For sames with thi team adiresi No
107 I'ranklln avenue.
vii iioi.i.s iiEvn: in vmjeiimin
ittionnl Opii Golf I liftnipinn Holds
. Honors jit HrooLlitvv it.
ui;pi BMC SPECIAL
New York. Jul) 1 "Willie" Anderson,
the mtional open champion once more dis
plivcd his wonderful .illlltv bv to-d ij v in
ning thi oien golf tournament of the
Brooklavvn Countrv Club at Brldgepoit,
Conn , HN opponent in Hip linal round v.as
Stcnart G irdrcr. who had put "Aice"
Smith out '11 the morning
In the morning Anr"iron beat Gilbert
Nicholls ot the St Loui Counto Club hy
3 up and 1 to pi iv Goirs nut. Hie ch un
pion. with "7, vvas J up at the turn He lost
the first hfde. but lu d rnttcrs squared oy
the aid of .1 two at the third hole Coining
lack Nicholls won the ane hole in to,
but Arderson won the fourteenth ard sev
enteenth and the match
NichcIN and Smith were to hive plijeil
for thiol and fourth mrnev. but ovvin; to
the eMreme hfaf. thej agreed to divide and
call off the match
O'llHIEN MJ ( HI1KR Hit tW .
Plillndelplilii Filthier tins the Better ,
of Mx-Ilouiiil Hon!.
Phlladelphfa, Jul 1 Philadelphia Jack
O Brfen bad the better of the six-round bout
to-night vith "Kid" Carter of Brookl.vn at
Hie Industrial Athletic Club The fight was
a bird clean and fast ore from tt irt to
ilnlsh The dec'sion vas a draw Both men
took punishment, but neither man was badiy
O'Bfien drew first blood He cut Carter
over the ce in the flrtt round and later
started hi-, nooe bleeding Th Phi! id-lnhl n
received most nf Carter's blows on the bodj.
I W(Do I
I ALWAYS i I
I EVERYWHERE MA
I WTUCY I
I Jf;ii18:I I
I W fiRE I
I MILD I
I' Save" the Bands 1
Tlin Hnioklvn man nut un a ilcious fislit.
Imt the PhlHdelphla lad was able to avoid
Carter's onslaughts by clever foot work
O'Brien managed to dodge near!) a dozen
blows, any one of which ouid probably
have ended the light.
RELIANCE BREAKS RECORD
OVER .THE CUP COURSE.
AkuIh Ileitis the Constitution si ml (o-
llimlilit in 11 Fifteen-Mile Unit lo
lmlmirtl nntl Itc-fiirn.
Newport, it I.. July I The three Ameri
can Cup jachts raced ag iln to i!a ovrr a
thlrt-mlie windw trd and leeward course,
and ence more the Reliance demonstrated
bcr supcriorit over the Constitution and
The 1'AJ t.ut dcfcited the ('institution.
The latter v. i beaten ninti en sprords b
Mr lit liront'- craft, but 1 an as .vln'ier
over hi r on time allowance
The time of " hoJis. I minutes .nil 'Ji
f'cond- made bv the Iteli ince. b tier. the
ri 1 up course record of 1 hou--., 'J minutes
and 7! second" rude on Mondiv ly the.
TEN PERISH IN TORNADO
WHICH SWEEPS MINNESOTA.
Homes In lelnlt) nf Ilernn I.nl.e De-
stro.ved 11111I Persons lm Esciipe
Alive Are Injured.
Heron Lake Minn , Jul) 1 -Ten persons
Iot thiir lives In a torindo which pissed
over th's section of the State Tuesday
-Mrs Joseph Fritcher, he banc, her
daught-r and her father-in-law, llv.ng two
rii'es from here, were killed
Je'eph Mathlas vvas killed e'hty rods
from his house b iljlng timber His barn
SU miles west of S indom the housejf
Daniel G illagher wns ctruik by lightning
during the storm and burned. Gillagher
and his two daughters, Ella and Nettie,
Other members nf the Gallagher family
Two persons arc reported killed on the
Habbcrmnn farm, southwest of Heron Lake.
TORNADO AT PEORIA.
Peoria, 111 . July 1. A tornado of cry
positive pioportions swept Peoria and Av
er.vvilie, this afternoon at 3 o'clock The
greater damage was done at Averjville,
AH Patterns 10 Cents
32, 34, 3G..38 and
ladles' Shirred WIt With Vest. No.
$D7 Fully one-half the dresse- of the sea
son have shirred waists and skirts. Many
clnrming effects arc produced In th's man
ner. The fabrics used ire soft and sheer,
lending themselves gracefully to this fine
ii ind sewing
The waist illustrated is developed in pale
pink crepe tie Chine with uk lace for trim
ming It is made over a glove-fitted feith-er-liorcd
liring of taffeta, which c!oes in
the center front.
The back Is shirred on the shoulders and
drawn down close to the belt. T'e vest is
p;rmanentlv attached to the righ' lining
front and closes invisibly on the left. Sev
ern rows of shirring are mide nn the
shoulder End another et of "Oilrrings ap
peir huf wa lewn. Trcse draw the full-n-s
in just above the bust in oke effect.
12, 14 and
Misses' Shirt Waist, No. SK1-P.i!e blue
peau de sole Is used for this, dainty waist,
with black velvet ribbon and fancy orna
ments for trimming. The pattern provides
a fitted body lining that closes in the center
front. Tni3 may. however, be omitted and
the waist adjusted with shoulder ani under
arm seams If preferred.
The back is plain across the shoulders
ind drawn down close to the belt, where the
fullness Is arranged in tiny plilts. The
fronts are gathered at the neck and on the
shoulders, providing stilish fullness over
The waist closes invisibly at the center
front under a broad box plait. An upper
plait extends half way from neck to belt
and Is trlmmd with two large ornamentr.
A plain collar completes the neck. Btrnp"
nf the silk are Included In the neck seam
and fasten on the sleeves with large tur
The slcevos are regulation bishop models
with slight fullness on the shoulders They
fit the upper arm closely and are very wide
at the wrist, drooping well over deep wrist
bands. These fasten with buttons and but
tonholes worked In the points.
Waists In this style may be mad2 of flen
ncl. alhitross, silk, cotton cheviot, ging
ham or lawn and have collar-straps, wrist
bands and box plait of contrasting color.
To make the shirt waist In the meelium
ci7e will require rne and threj.qui-ttrf; jarel
of material X Inches wide. Tliv pattern.
new boat. The Constitution to-dav cime
within four seconds of the time made Mon
d.i. and the old defend"r nas but twentj
three seconds behind It.
Not only was the beat to windward
m ide in remarkably fast time bv- all the
contestants, but on the run home, with
spinnakers and ballooners pulling like
mid. the three sloops fairly flew. The Re
liance again excelled the Constitution 4t
this kind of sailing, covering the flftcyi
miles in 1 hour 11 minutes and I second",
better speed than mot steamboits tin
ra ike. The Constitution outran the Co
lumbia very little
Reii mce beat Constitution 3 mlnutcj 20
seconds Reliance beat Columbia I miutea
iJ second". Constitution beat Columbia 1'J
seconds elapsed time
Sir Thomas Llpton watched the raceclose
lv from the Erin. He kept hi" glasses on
the Ril'ance ever) minute, and when the
boat" flnNhcd started back for Sandy Hook.
('hninploii Lamed Wins Tfinrnnment.
I'nilalilthia, Pi. July 1 The Bound r.nh'.n
lepii in'jrnimint on the grounds of the Ge--mtntovvn
Cricket Club in which W A I-arnM.
the nitional cnamp'on. B'als ( Wright, chain
..Ion of llas'achusitls. ant VV J Cothler. th
Ivnn3)l i.a Mate anl Intercolbslate champlop.
wr. 'tttere'l cani tu an end to-dar. and Lir-
r..1 v r.n t.rt rrlye Ilthler aDtureil ntanti
'. i.Iji e Th finil match In th tournament was
J Mtween Lirn.d and Wright, and the nitional
I rhamcion won three of the f.ur aets playeil
Th -rnre was e 1 31. 37 63.
a manufacturing village east of t'
citv The storm was accompanied by a
licod of rain resembling a water i-pout.
Charles Smith aged IS jears, who was
with eompiniops on the- like when the
stom amo up was drowned.
TRIES TO LEAP FROM BRIDGE;
IS CAUGHT BY CLGTK1..C-.
Kdvinnl lammlngs, Crnreil From
Drink. Rescued by John Hnle,
nn EuiIn Wntehiunn.
Crazed by drink, Edward Cummir;? c'
No 1111 Market street attempted to leap
from th" center span of the Eads bridge
vestcrda) afternoon about 2 o'clock
Cummlngs was caught by Watchman John
Hale Just as he was about to throw him
self. 10 the river. .1 hundred feet below.
Cun.mings walked along the bridge until
ho earne almost to the center of the great
structure. His peculiar manner attracted
Watchman Hale's attention, and he fol
lowed '"ummings The latter climbed over
the railing ana stood on the girder over
looking tho water.
Hale ran at top speed to prevent Cum
mings from plunging downward. He reached
the crazy man in time to catch his cloth
ing ind hold him until pedestrians assisted
in dragging Cummlngs to the safe side of
Cummlngs was ent to the dispensarj.
where It was found that he wa suffering
from the effects of drink. Later he was
removed to the City Hospital.
Cummlngs is a carpenter.
Each All Patterns. i
VAIST "WITH VEST.
40 inch bust.'
The waist blouses stvlishly over a narrow
velvet belt. The neck is completed with a
transparent lace collar. The bishop sleeves
are In one piece from shoulder to wrist.
They are shirred at he too to form a cap
and again at the elbow. The full puff be
low the elbow is gathered and arranged on
a narrow wristband.
Waists in this stjle are made of silk
mull, crepe, collenne, liberty, satin, foulard,
china ilk or sheer wash fabrics', with vesta
and trimmings of all-over embroidery, chif
fon, appllnue. Persian bands on brilliant
ksilks of tucked batiste.
To make the waist in the medium size will
require two and one-half ards of material
fort) -four Inches wide with three-quarters;
ird for trimming. The pattern. No. 376. is
cut In "nzes for a 32, 34, 36, S3 and M Incb
No S9AJ. is cut in sizes for misses of 12, 11
and 16 jears.
The Repnbllc'n Order Blank for
Be sure and fill In your correct Port
Send 10 cents (one silver dlmel to Ths
Bepublic Pattern Department. Republic
building, and Inclose this blank, properly
filled out with your name, address ana
but measure or age for each pattern
ordered. If both patterns are wanted,
send 20 cents. -
No. SJ75. Ladles Waist. Price 10 cents.
Bust measure Inches.
No. SMr Misses' Waist. Price 10 cents.;
Ase : years.
Street and No ?lite
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