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THE EVJ5NING TIMES, SAXILRBAX,-M AY 30, 1896.
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ZKIGLER DEFEATS HAWKINS.
riillimVIfilila's ruglllht Gi-ts n IVell
Ban Francisco, May 30. By consistent
hard fighting, forcing tbe issue throughout,
Owen Ziegler or Philadelphia, bested Dan
Hawkins In the eight-round contests Thurs
day night and got Uie decision and the
Ziegler opened with a terrific rush and
planted n right-hand swing on the Jaw
that knocked Hawkins down and looked
for a second or two as though 1 1 had knocked
blm out. Ue recoered, however, and,
utter a few blows, knocked Ziegler down.
The fighting was heavy.wrilhtheadrantage
on Zlegler's side for the rest of the round.
The second round was all Zleglcr's way.
Hawkins rcceiied severe punishment. In
the third Hawkins recoered lietter fom.
In the fourth Hawkins was decidedly groggy
nnd the call of time was a decided relief
to him. The fifth round was much slow
er. The sixth was much the same, with
Uie advantage to Ziegler.
The Fcrcnth round proved increasingly
advantageous to Ziegler, he standing pun
ishment much better than Hawkins, who
was E'l'Ios groggy again. In the eighth,
though Ziegler could not knock Hawkins
out, I lie latter was constantly clinching tor
time. A fter the decision Spider Kelly, one
of nawkins' seconds, applied an epithet to
Uie referee which was promptly responded
to with a blow.
Baseball today. Mctzcrott's.10 a. m. and
8 D. in.
DEFE&TED AT PITTSBURG
Senators Make a Great Rally in
an Uphill Game.
JOYCE BATS TERRIFICALLY
McJunies Sturted to ntcU, and tlio
Young Muu Lusted Five Innings.
German Followed uud Was lilt
Ilurd In Ouo Inning TUeU lie Wus
(Special to The Times.)
rillsburg. Pa., iluy 3t).-At the rooming
game Pittsburg evened up for yesterday
and won the first end or the double-header
from the Senators. For the latter McJamcs
began the pitching, und was pounded for ten
hits before he went out of the box.
Lester German was not much of an im
provement, as the Pirates bad their bjrc
liit Mkks with them, and bad no difficulty
finding the ball. McJnmes was very wild,
and gave four Ijuk'8 uu balls in five in
ning. In the sixth Inning Euislic rendered
a decision, at secnud buse that caused a
bowl cit indignation from botnc of tbe spec
tators. Merritt had singled and was on first.
Beckiey went out unassisted. Cartwrlght
threw to DeMnntrcvillc in make a douhlu
play and apparently caught Merritt .sev
eral feet off the bag. Emslie called him
safe. The Senators protested, but the kick
had no effect. Many people in the grand
stand thought, Merritt was out and shouted
At the bat Jojce was the particular
bright star or the game, lie bad a single,
a double, a triple and a home run to his
credit. In the Held bis star was cotcred
with jellow sun-spots, bis three rank errors
being responsible for a few of tbc Pills
There were about -1,500 people at the
game, and, witli the exception of thepl.iy
at second when Emslie apparently g.io
Washington the best end of it, they thor
oughly enjoyed the contest.
Tbe Senators began scoring In the second
after Cartwrlght got a gift. McOuIre
doubled and Cartwrlght scored, McGuire
reaching third on Sugdeu's fumble of the
(brow from right. lie came in on an out
In the fifth, after DcMontrevillc and Mc
Jamcs went out at first. Brown singled nnd
scored on Jojce's screaming triple to deep
center. Lush fbed to llccklcy. nOe ni.ire
was made In the sixth ou Sclbacb's, ilc
Guirc's and Crooks' singles.
At the seventh tlicj scored three on
Brown's single, Joyce's two bagger, Lush's
and Selbnch's tingles, and McGulrc's long
fly to center.
The two in the eighth were on hits by
German and Brown. Joyce's and Lush's
base on balls and Sclbacn's single. In
the ninth the isilors wentat the ball as if
they intended making a grand stand finish
After Crooks had filed to Bcckley DcMou
trevilie singled, German reached first aDd
DcMontrcUl'-e scored ou German's hit.
Brown bunted safely, DeMuntrcville scor
ing when Bugden was making tLc play
ou Brown's bunt. Joyce llian made his
home run, scoring German and Brown be
Lush got a base on balls. Sclliach flied to
Donavan and Cartwrlght filed to Sugdcn.
With the exception or the last two Innings,
the Pirates scored.
In the fifth and sixth It grew tiresome
watching them chasing each other aronnd
the diamond. In the sixth Inning Btenzel
was declared out fur interfering with a
Washington. AB. R. n. PO. A. E
Brown, cf C 4 4 0 0 0
Joyce. 2b 0 2 4. 2 3 2
Lush, rf 4 1 1 1 0 0
Selbach, if 0 12 3 0 1
Cartwrlght, lb S 1 2 G 0 1
McGuire, c 5 1 2 4 0 0
Crooks, 3b 5 0 12 3 0
DeMonlreville, ss.. ..0 1 14 3 1
McJnmes.p 2 0 0 0 3 0
Gennan,p 3 2 110 0
Totals 4C 13 IS '23 11 5
Pittsburg. AB. R. IB. PO. A.i:.
Donovan, r.f 5 3 110 0
Smith, I. r. -1 3 3 10 0
Ely.ts 5 13 13 1
Stenzel, c. f r, o 1 1 0 0
Merritt, 3b 0 2 2 14 0
BecU'.cy, 11) r, 1 3 17 1 2
Elcrbauer,2b C 3 2 3 3 0
Sugden, c -1 2 110 1
Klllen, p 4 2 2 10 1
Total 14 17 IS 27 17 5
Pittsburg 1 1 1 2 570 Ox 17
Washington 0 20 0 1 132 4-13
Earned rucs-Tlttsburg, 0; Washington,
0. First base by errors-Pittsburg, 4;
Washington, 1. Left on bases Pittsburg,
!); Washington, 9. First b.isc on balls
Off Killcn, 4; off McJamcs, 4; off German,
2. Struck out By McJamcs 2. notne
run Joyce. Three base hit Joyce. Two
base hits Iteckley, Jojce, McGuire, Crooks.
Sacrifice hits Ely, Eeckley. Stolen buses
Donovan (2), Smith (2), Joyce, Lush. Wild
pitches McJamcs. Passed balls Mc
Guire 12). Umpire Em-Jlp. Time of
game Two hours and thirty minutes.
Stai7cl out for interference.
GAMES THIS MOnSLVG.
At New l'ork K. H.E.
New Xork 22 03 203 2X-14 14 2
Louisville 0000 110 114 7 4
Batteries Meckln and Wilson; McDer
mott, Smith and Miller. Umpire Sheridan.
At Brooklyn B. H. E.
Brooklyn 210 1000 0X-4 7 3
Chicago 00 100 0010-2 7 2
Batteries Kennedy and Burrell; Terry
aud Donohuc. Umpire Hurst.
At Boston It. H. E.
Boston 320000010-0 C 5
Cleveland 0 00100001-2 6 2
Batteries Sullivan and Bergen; Toung
and ZImmcr. Umpire-Kecfe.
At Philadelphia P.. H. E.
Philadelphia ..3 33 433 0 0x-10 18 1
St. Louis 0 002 03 0 10 G 8 4
Batteries McGill and Boyle; Donohuc,
Kissinger and Murphy. Umpires- Campbell
AtBalllmore E. n.E.
Baltimore 23 0 100 0 0X-6 8 3
Cincinnati 13 0 0 0 10 0 0-510 2
Batteries McMahon nnd Robinson; Dwy
er, Fisher and Vaughn. Umpires Lynch
Hon Over by n ITuivy Cnrt.
Edward Anderson, twelve years of age,
was seriously Injured yesterday after
noon by being run over by the wheels
of a heavily loaded stone -wagon. Tlio
lad was riding on the wagon, when he
slipped and fell to the roadway on M
street near Twenty-third northwest, and
the vehicle passed over him, breaking his
lert leg In two places. Dr. Rothoron set
the broken member. The driver of the
team was not to blame for the accident.
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5 Washirgton-- 15
9 Brooklyn 15
K New York 14
St. Louis II
j2j Lcuisville 7
Standing May 30, 1S95:
New York -13
St. Louis 11
Washington, 11: HttsDurg, 0.
Boston, 7; Cleveland. 7.
Baltimore. 4: Cincinnati. 1.
riilladelDhia. 10; St. Louis. G.
Chicago, 10: Brooklsn. .
New York, 9: Louisville. 7.
Washlngtou at Pittsburg, 10 n. m. aud
3 n. in.
Cincinnati at Baltimore. 10:15 a. m. and
3 30 p. m.
Chicago at Brookljn, 10.30 a. m. and
St.'Lonlsatrhlladelnhla, 10:15 a.m. and
3 i) . m .
Cleveland nt Boston, 10 30 a. m. and
2 30 p. in.
Louisville at New York, 10-30 a. in. and
4 p. ni
OUT ON TI1U i'LY.
King was the sller lining behind the
storm of Thursday.
Tom Kinslow was practicing at NaUrn.il
Park yeMerdjv. He was haudllng King's
delivery for a while.
Gus Srhmelz wasln New York Thursday,
and stated that lie would resume Ihemun
ngementof the Washington team in a week
or two. Baltimore American.
The Brooklyns have of late teen dis
appointed. They started in by defeating
Baltimores and Philadelphlas four cut or
six games, and were headed for the top
with a reconstructed outfield, but their
poor pitching and weak hitting has sent
them down before the Western clubs Quito
Catcher Donahue, of Chicago Is pretty
badly disabled as a result of the collision
at the plate with Catcher Robinson, of
Baltimore. His kaeccip was dislocated
ami his shoulder lamed. He will not be
able to play for weeks.
Bill McGunnlgle, the Colonels' mann-ger.-is
the dadd of nine children, who arc
known in Mac's heme as the McGunnlgle
ntcher McDougal has lwen released by
President Von der Ahe. Ho will probablj
sign with some minor league club.
Catcher Ryan, recently released by tbc
Boston club, has signed with Syracuse.
The Cincinnati players sient the cven'ng
at Arlington watching the races by electric
Brownie Foreman, rf the Pirates, Is nt
his home In this city. He is not as jet in
condition to pitch.
Patscy 'Ti-Ipcju has reformed. No me
has accused him of using last year's
tactics in this 5 ear's games.
Kittridge has had one passed ball this
Parker has won but one game cut of
six he has pitched for Chicago.
McLaughlin, who pitched four games f( r
the Mets, all being victories. hs been
released. He will slgu with some Eastern
Miller made half of Cincinnati's hits yes
terday. Hallman Is laid up with malaria, but
Cross is filling his 1 oMticn right up to
At Hanover, Ta., the Hauover team de
feated the New Oxford nine GG to 0. Five
hundred people saw the game.
Bob Caruthers has resigned from tl.estaff
of the Western Association umpires, and is
now manager and first baseman of the
Burlington Hawkcjes, vice Taul Hlncs, an
The secrets of Louisville's defeats Is said
to have been discovered In the shape of a
conspiracy to oust Dexter, Shannon and Mc
Creary, three of the fastest young plajers
of the nine. Manager McGunnlgle has pun
ished the conspirators by putting all three
of thelntendedvictlnislnto regular positions
In the field.
Ball Player McGraw left Atlanta, Ga.,
last night for Old Point Contort, Va. Dr.
Hugh Hagan says: "McGraw was In good
condition when he left, having been free of
fcer for several dnjs, save one day wlii-n
he had a slight rise In temperature. His
spirits were bright, and I think tbc Eea
shorc will doa great deal forhini.'
Minneapolis has signed Varney Anderson.
Pitchers arc alwajs in active demand.
A Boston Installment of averages gives
"Dusty" Miller a battlug mark of .427,
with Ewing at .418. They rank second
aud third among the sluggers, Van Haltrcn
leading with .450.
Hugh Duffy and Jimmy Bannon are both
nearly half a century below the .300 mark
in their bitting this year, but now that they
are back on the croquet grounds, they'll
soon make enough dinky home runs over
Uie wall to catch up.
George "Calliope" Miller says: "I have
seen every pitcher in the league perform,
that Is, those that are worth seeing, nnd
is tbo best pitcher in the business. No
team has auy'licensc to hit Ha wley's pitcli
Ing. This is no empty statement I am mak
ing. I mean every word I say. At
present he Is only out of form. Just as many
others have been before, and will beagain."
"Dusty"' Miller found in Lester German
the fourth pi teller he has faced this car that
he couldn't hit. Once, with the bases full,
be popped a fly to Selbach, and Smith dupli
cated the play. Cincinnati Tost.
Grcuningcr, who was with Cleveland
early last season. Is now u Buffalo favorite.
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TIMES JUW LEAGUE
Orients Defeated Defenders at
Arsenal Park Yesterday.
GAME WAS LOOSELY PLAYED'
Eustern Iludt Hi-fcuted the EuHtera
Euglcm TlilH MorulnK Second TVeolc
of the elic'dulo Will Ho Opened
toy' the Cliff burns imd CtiewuiivultoH.
llow They AVIU Lino Up.
Schedule forNext FlvoGuiiien.
Monday, June 1 Cliffburns vs. Chesa
peakes. Tuesday, June 2 Defenders vs. Eastern
Wednesday, June 3 Eastern Eagles s.
Thursday, June 4 Orients vs. Potomacs.
Friday, June 5 Senators vs. Zephyrs.
The game at Arsenal Park jestcrday be
tween the Orients nnd Defenders resulted
in favor of the former by the score of 27 to
23. Loose fielding marked the game
throughout, and would have been decidedly
uninteresting, but for the good work that
showed during the contest at times.
The Eustcrn Bads and the Eastern Eagles
met at 10 a. m. this morning; the Chesa
peakes and Potomacs at 2 p. m., and the
Senators and Gcorgefown Eagles will play
at 4:30 p. in.
The Eastern Buds defeated the Eastern
Eagles in this morning's game by the score
of 35 to 7. i
The game next Monday -will be between
the Cliffbunw and Chespeakes and the line
up of the teams will be asfollows:
Cllffburn. Position. Chesapeake.
McQuude Catcher I Wood
Carroll Pitcher Uamcl
Sherman First base" Beck
Shea Second base Gorniley
Cahill Third bate Inscoe
Atchison Shortstop, Donaldson
Hurley Left field Laird
Mulligan Center field Wilcox
Buckley Riglitficld...... Sims
Umpires Hannaman and Hilton.
THE CIT.Y LEAGUE.
Matters have been Aery quiet this week
la the City League. The boys are round
ing to in great shape, and il'6 even money
that next week will be productive of a
couple r.f very 1 nteresting games.
The Shamrocks are at the top of the
heap with four Ictorles and no defeats.
The Canterburys, one of the strongest ag
gregations of the lot, are second, with an
even number of defeats and victories; but
let It be said right here that as soon as
this team gets Its men working together
as they should It will be something short
of an IiuiossiblUty to get the upper hand
The Eastern Athletic club comes next,
with a record of one victory and two de
feats. This team has the material to make a
winning club and Is bound to take a fall
out of the best of them, and the addition
of Wolf has strengthened them wonder
fully. The Mile Limits, the Loalsvlfles-of the
league, have been playing In the hardest
kind of luck, and as soon as Miss Dame
Fortune turns her philanthropic smiles
away from the Shamrocks and showers a
few on them, from that time on we may
expect to see them steadily climb the
ladder with a firm grip at that.
Midget Loveless or the Cunterburys leads
the league in hitting, with Warren of the
same team a good second.
i Capt. Williams of the Canterburys split
his finger last Sunday, but it has healed
The Shamrocks and the Emmet Guards
played a benefit game last Thursday for
the firemen who lost their lives at the
big-fire last week.
Cronln Is laid up with a sprained back,
an injury lie received last week while at
The time of that Canterbury-Mile Limit
game has not been equaled in the big
League so far, the game being finished in
an hour and a half.
Langley of the Canterburys is a dead
ringer for IIa.imer of the Loulsvilles.
Ljons of the Canterburys, and formerly
of the Indiana State League, is playing u
phenomenal game In the field.
Beall of Columbian University is putting
up a fine game for the Eastern Athletic
The Canterburys woul.l'IIkc to arrango
games with In and out-of.town clubs, with
preference given to out-of-town clubs.
They would like to hear from the follow
ing clubs: Hagcrstown, Cumberland, Mar
tlnsburg, Frederick and Chambersburg nnd
all other good clubs giving a suitable guar
antee. Address ManageriJohn Duffy, 319
New York avenue, this city.
AMONG TI1E AMA.TEUI1S.
The Fortland Baseball Club, colored, have
organized, and will arrange games with
any amateur team In the District or Mary
laud. Address challenges; to C. C. Patter
son, manager, Rockvllle, Md.
The Georgetown rreps- defeated the
Cook's Park team Wednesday by a score of
16 to 7. The feature of the game was the
batting of Metcalf, Keauc and Biirne, each
getting three hits.
The Credentials would like to arrange a
game with the Rosebuds for any convenient
time. Address G. Whitford, No. 316 Del
aware avenue northeast.
The Island Stars defeated the rotomac
Stars by a score of 5 to 4. The winners
would like to bear from all teams whose
members are not over sixteen years old.
Address challenges to J. II. Crovohapgcr,
300 G street southwest.
The New Jersey Colts defeated the Na
poleon Juniors this morning by a score of
13 to 12. -
Baseball today. Metzcrott's. 10 a. m. and
I a p. m.
CiffE LE&D HOMEWtRD
Continued from First Page.
the Falcon, when her attention was called
to themlstnke, and she tacked bnckand took
a position alongside the Olga As it was,
there was but a second's difference In their
' ''ihe c.itfisli is a fast little boat. She car
ried an enormous mainsail, and being only
sixteen feet long, special arrangement had
to be made for her crew, which was done
by means of u slioiug outrigger, whicii ad
mitted of the crew being projected nearly
ten feet to windward. In appearance it
looked like a boat with a crew hanging
on the outside.
Next came the Grace, a sloop owned by
Mr. C. C. J. Norrls, who acted as com
mander, and was assisted in her manage
ment by Messrs. W. E. Lehr and E. C. Rueb
sam. Tbe Hilda, a pretty little sloop, owned
by Mr. Alfred Doollttle, was tbe only boat
which failed to get over within the time
specified. It was nearly 9:15 when she
started from up the river, but she ran
rapidly down toward the buoy and crossed
52 seconds behind time.
The starting time of the boats was as
No. t, the Francina, 9, 1 minute and 11
seconds; No. 3, Undine, 9, 2 minutes and
20 seconds; No. 8, Spartan, 9, 3 minutes
and 5 seconds; No. 5, Acme, 9, 3 minutes
nnd 15 seconds; No. 1, BooJum, 9, 4 min
utes and 10 seconds; No. , Olga, 9, G
minutes and 55 seconds; Nn. 4, Catfish, 9,
5 minutes and 5G seconds; No. 2, Grace,
9, 9 minutes and 22 seconds, and No. 7,
Hilda, 9, 15 minutes and 52 seconds.
The racing length of the boats is as
follows: BooJum, 29.1; Grace, 25.8; Un
dine, 21.8; Cattish, 15.00; Acme, 24.3;
Francina, 17.7; Ullda, 10.0; Spartan, 25.5,
and Olga, 22.6.
Tbe course of .the race was from the
Junction at tbc Arsenal point to River
View, around the black buoy at the latter
place, and back to Washington, finishing
at the starting point. For the winners
there are three prizes. Tbe first, a silver
cup; the second, a large jachtlng ensign,
and tbe third, a silk club pennant.
Last j ear tbe Spartan was the winner.
and the year before tbe Acme took first
Late this afternoon word was received
at tbe river front that the Acme turned
the buoy first, being at least a quarter
of a mile In tbe lead of Its nearest com
petitor. The Spartan was second; Fran
cina, third, and BooJum, last.
It Is safe to say that Anne will win.
She is in charge of Capt. Tom Florence,
an expert yachtsman and sailor, with a
It Is believed the race will be decljred off.
Wind and tide arc against the white wings,
audit Is not thought they can complete the
contest in tbc alio ted time of seven hours.
TVO.MEN DIDN'T LIKE IT.
-Motion to Drop IIUHbiindK' Nimies In
LouisvrMe, Ky., May 30. The Grand
Council of tbe General Federation of
Women's Clubs this morning adopted the
new code of by-laws as a whole. A
breezy dlscua-iGa followed the Introduc
tion of a motion for delegates to drop their
husbands' names in attending a biennial.
It was laid on the table.
The board of directors deferred tLe se
lection of the next meeting place untd a
called meeting In the fall. Uoston, Denver
and Omaha are after the honor. This,
council scssion'cnded the biennial.
Hound for Washington.
Inspector Hollinbergcr was notified to
day to look out for Jolm C. Robinson,
thirty-three years of age, smooth shaeu,
aud weighing about 140 pounds. Robin
sou, who Is slightly demented, left his home
in Boston on Tuesday morning, and the
dispatch received today by the police of
this city says he Is bound for Washington.
Mmorlnl Day In Ilroolclyn.
Brooklyn, N. Y., May 30. Memorial Day
wasceicbrated here today under tLeauspicos
of the G. A. R., assisted by the United
States Army officers and the officials of
the State militia. The chief feature of the
celebration wae the parade, which was the
la rgcstsceu I n Brooklyn for a long time.
-Mllburn Bond Rucn Won toy Dattlcld.
Newark, N. J., May 30. Charles Hatfield
of the Vim Cjcle Club of Newark won the
25-niiIe Irvington-Milburn road race. Time,
Sudle Buxton's Condition.
At a late hour this afternoon the condi
tion of little Sadie Uuxton was reported
from Garhcld Hospital as very critical.
Her death is looked for at any time.
Capt. E. S. Randall's beautiful River
View will be an attractive spot today
away from the cares and worries of busi
ness and will entice many of those who.
tired of the cares of office, wish to spend
a pleasant day on the banks of the beautiful
Potomac. There Is now no more charming
spot on the river than River View. Nature
and art have combined to make it just the
place for a day's outing. There will be
music and dancing all day on the big pa
vtllion, nnd the countless other amusements
on the grounds will be In operation for the
entertainment of the Msttors. The new
water chute, which Is characterized as the
"sensation of sensations," will be In opera
tion throughout the entire day and until tbc
last steamer leaves at night.
To accommodate the large throngs that
will make the trip, Capt. Randall has ar
ranged to run the steamers Samuel J. Fentz
and Harry Randall upon six fast-flying
trips, leaving the River View wharf at
10 a. m.. 1. 2:15, 3.30, 6.30 and G.4G
p. 'in., stopping at Alexandria at 10:20,,
2:30 and 7 p. m. Returntng the steamers
will leave River View aH2:l5, 2, 5, 8 nnd
1 0.30 p. m . Tickets for adults on all trips,
25c.; children, 1 5c.
g FOR FIFTY YEARS! g
n MRS. WINSLOW'S g
R SOOTHING SYRUP "
S has been ued by Millions of Mothers H
S for their Children while Teething for f.
Lz overnfly year. It annthes the child. 2
) 'sorwns the gums, all ys all pain, cir
pi nlmlcnl c, and Is the best remedy for H
fi Twenty-Are cents a bottle. y
" tT AM I lAnAVAlin 1a. ( (a .
M set a pair of "H.. S. & H.'s"
"Tan" Shoes, which we are
LOEB & HIRSH,1 f
.nin.oo R ctrot M VV W
Here's a popular and dressy
g style, with slightly pointed
Q toe. In Calf, Patent and
J Enamel. Also Russia Calf
Q with three rows of stitching.
2 ' $3.50 a pair.
0 Fast colored eyelets la nil Kegals.
U. C. BLISS & CO.
1305 F St., N.W., Washington.
sk , Boston Brockton Providence New
5 York Brooklyn Baltimore Pitu
m O burgh Chicago.
2 Factory Erociien, itdit.
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Hartfords are Next Best.
Popo Mfg Co..
J. Hart Bnttain, Local Mgr.,
45J Penna. Atc.
CAXTEiniunr ct.uu tvox.
Defeated tlio Easterns at National
Turk This Murnlng.
The Canterburys and Easterns played a
murnlng Decoration Day game at National
Park. The clubs are members of the Dis
The Easterns took tbe lead at the start
with three runs, but tbe score was grad-
ally overcome by the Canterbury, and the
final result of the nine innings was: can
terburys, 6; Easterns, 5.
The game was very evenly contested, as
the runs, hits and errors in the summary
Following is the score by Innings:
Eastcm3 ....3 0 10 10 0 0 0-5
Canterburys.. 1 0 10 2 0 2 0 x-G
lilts-Canterbury3 7, Easterns 6. Er
rors Cantcrburys6,Easterns6. Batteries
Easterns: Wolf, pitcher, and Rabb, -Vinkle-and
Gates, catchers. Cauterburys-Bas-bee
Tried to Escape In u Bont.
John and William Barry were fined
$10 each for disorderly conduct and re
sisting officers tills morning. They were
arrested near the river, aud John, breaking
away from his captors. Jumped Into a
boat and rowed off. Officer Burllngham
followed la another Iio.it and captured him.
The men gave the policemen a lively tus
slebefore they were lauded l-ehind thebarn.
Lynch "Von ttie Chicago Ilotid itncc.
Chicago, May 30. H.J.Lyncti, of thellli
nols Cj cling Club, won the Chicago road
race today. C Levin, of the Tlazcn Club,
was second, and J. VT- Bell, of the Lake
Park Club, third. Lynch started from the
6:30 mark. Levin from the 9 minute and
Dell from tbc 8 minute mark.
Quick perception of my customers'
taste giving them what they want
has won forme one of the largest
made-to-order Shirt trades in town.
1411 Pa. Ave.
Store Cooled by Electric Faag.
-) 1 rmmmr. ?u u J)
iamous S Litrht
939 Pa. Aye
I ned. Free.
We are still selling a big
lot of regular $io, $12.50
and $13 suits at $7.85 worth
your while to look into.
That's the price to
day for a very full
line of our $10,
i4.ou arm 10 suits
in every variety of X
kiutu unci laauiuu.
for "Decoration Day.
A special offer. A
fine black or blue
Serge Coat a pair of
Duck Trousers a
belt a good straw
hat, suitable for the
day, and all for $6.
A special lot fine trou
sers bought from an
facturer worth $5
and $7.50 at $2.85.
Street N. W.
Veterans! I am selling
the best qualities of G. A.
R. hats at the very small
est of prices. I start them
at One Dollar.
403-405 Seventh St.
. .,. Jfi.fZtrf-JMr-
Columbia Bicycle Academy,
12,0.0 Kect Space,
22d and P Streets.
niS HAND CUT OFF.
Serious Accident to JoHhnn Muhoncy
VulIo l'laylnu; "With a Iluy Cutter.
A thirteen-year-old colored boy named
Joshua Mahony, who lives at Half and W
streets southwest, on Buzzard's Point, met
with a serious accident at 10 o'clock this
The boy was playing about Norton's
place at the foot of Third street south
west, when he spied a bay cutter and com
menced operating the machine. -WhiU
thrusting a tuft of h.iy through the razor
like blades, Joshua shoved his, left hand
in too far, and it was caught by tbe re
volving blades and cut off at the wrist.
The Fourth precinct patrol wagon was
summoned and the lad removed to the Emer
gency Hospital, where the amputated menr
her was treated surgically.
Judge Cooncy for Congress.
Fayette, Mo., May 30. After being la
session night and day since Wednesday,
the Seventh district Democratic Congres-r
sional ronrcntion hag nominated Judgr
James Cooncy of SJlIne county.
Clinniplonslili) Tennis nt Title.
New Haven. Conn.. May 30. A pretty
fight was made yesterday in the semi-final
seisin tl.e tenuis tournament for the New
England championship. The greatest match
ValcomO Chaeeof Yaleand J.P.Parerf
New Tork clty.and l'nret played well. but
Chace won, 6-1.63. Chace's strategic
came was much admired. Intheothersenn.
rinal match A E Foote or Yale bcatC.P.
Dodge. 6-0. 63. Chace and Foote meet
In the final singles this arte moon. In the
oubies this morning Phelps and Chace
lie.itHn!bertanfl Thompson. 6 -1 . 6 3,nnd
Mnndy nnd Griffith beat Dwlght and It.
Beach. 6 -1. 01.
Itednctlon In Rntr to Hay Hldgo.
The rate to Pay Ridge and return for
season comtccnclnsr Saturday, May 30, has
been reduced to CO cents ror adults, except
for evening train a rate of 75 cents will ba
charged, with rebate nt 25 cents after
coupon is stamped by ticket agent at Bay
Uidge. Half rate for children between ages
of five and twelve years. Trains leave
B. & O. Depot week days at 9:15 a. m.
and 4:28 p. to. Sundays, 0:35 a. m,,'l:30
and 3:15 p. m. oy28-3t
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