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THE SORANTON TRIBUNE-SATURDAY MORHING-, SEPTEMBER II, 1897.
BASE BALL GAMES
.This Time It Was Buffalo That Lowered
, Our Colors.
WILKOS-BARRE ALSO SUFFERED
All tho Lenders rntlcncd Up Their
Percentages Coliiniim niul Prevented
TlieliNclRlibor.1 from Ccttlnc Awnv
iriim ThcmSlontronl Also Vns
Knocked Down Another Pep.
Buffalo cave Scranton a trounclnr?
yesterday nt that place and Syracuse
administered the same kind of medicine
Wllkos-IJarre received the same kind
of punishment that was given to Scran
ton. Vestcrdny's Itrsulls.
Buffalo 8 Scranton - A
Syracuse 6 Providence 3
Tifronto.. tl Wllkcs-Hnrrc to
Springfield M Montreal 8
1'. W. U P.O.
Syr.icuso IK Tit W 132
Toronto 117 79 47 .KM
Huffalo 12.! 71 K! .K
SprliiKlldd I" CI 51 .577
Provlilenco 8 03 W .529
' Scrnnton 10S 4'J Kl .4J1
.Jlontrual ...i 116 7i .371
WUltes-Uarro HI 2a W .ail
.SCRANTON AT HUFFALO
' Wll.KKS-BARRK AT TOHONTO.
SPIUNGKini.T) AT MONTREAL.
PROVIDKNCB AT SYRACUSE.
BUFFALO TOOK FIRST.
Had Little Difficulty in Defeating the
MinersJohnson Was In the Box
Iluffnlo, N. Y Sept. 10. The Bisons
von the first game of the Scranton ser
.les without much dllllculty. Score:
A.U. R. H. O. A. K.
Grey, if 6 1 3 0 o o
Field, lb 4 1 1 U 3 0
Oilboy, If 3 112 0 0
Wise, 2b 5 2 1 (i 3 0
GrumiliKCr, 3b 3 1113 0
Harry, ss 4 110 4 0
Clymer, ct 4 12 2 0 1
Urquhart, c 4 0 0 5 0 0
Gray, p 4 0 0 2 2 0
Totals 3S S 10 27 15 1
A.H. It. II. O. A. K.
Bonner, 2b 4 114 3 0
Walters, cf 4 1110 0
Grltlln, rf 3 112 0 0
Massey, lb 4 0 17 0 2
P. Hasan, If 4 12 3 11
Sullivan, ss 3 0 12 3 1
Magulre, 3b 4 0 0 2 4 0
Gutifon, c 4 0 0 5 10
Johnson, p 3 0 0 15 0
Totals 33 4 7 27 17 4
Buffalo 2 0300003 0-8
Scranton 1 0 0 12 0 0 0 01
Earned runs Buffalo, 3: Scranton, 1,
Two-base hits Grey, 2; Wise, Barry, Cly
mer, 2. Bums on balls Off Gray. 1; off
Johnbon, 3. Wild pitch Johnson. Struck
out By Johnson, 4. lilt by pitcher Sul
livan. Left on bases Buffalo, 3: Scran
ton, 3. Doublo plays Barry, Wise and
Field; Sullivan end Magulre; Bonner and
Sullivan. Tlhe 1.35. Umpire Doeschcr.
Almost Lost in tho First.
Toronto, Ont., Sept. 10. Toronto al
most lost the game today In tho first in
ning, but pulled ahead in the third. Score:
A.B. R. II. O. A. E.
Digglns, lb C 1 4 9 0 1
Meuney, rf C 2 3 2 1 0
Shauno, 2b 5 2 2 2 4 1
Retts, cf 4 114 0 0
Bottcnus, If 3 12 2 0 0
Athcrton, 3b 3 0 13 3 1
Gondlng, c 5 112 2 2
Prowso, ss 5 0 12 3 0
Odwcll, p 5 2 2 12 0
Totals 42 10 17 27 15 6
A.B. It. II. O. A. H.
Casey, c 5 2 3 5 0 1
Lush, It 4 2 2 2 0 0
3icGann, lb 5 0 2 12 1 0
Mcale, cf 4 2 0 2 0 0
Freeman, rf 4 2 10 0 1
Smith, 3b 3 1114 0
Wngncr, ss 5 12 15 0
Taylor, 2b 3 1 0 3 G 0
JleDougall, p 0 0 0 0 0 0
Gaston, p 2 0 0 0 10
Dlneen, p 2 0 0 0 11
Totals. 37 11 11 JO 18 3
Bottenus out for Interference.
Wilkes-Barro 7 0020000 110
Toronto 4 0 C 0 0 0 0 0 1 11
Earned runs Toronto, 2; Wllkes-Barre,
8. Two-base hits Digglns, 2; Reus,
Meaney, Sacrlllce hit Gaston. Home
runs Odwell, Casey, Freeman. Stolen
bases Lush, 2; Casey, JlcHale, Bottenus.
Doublo plays Taylor, Wagner and Mc
Gann; Wagner, Taylor and McUannj
Prowsc, Shanno and Digglns. Bases on
balls Oft McDougall, 1; oft Dlneen, 1; off
Odwelli 6. Strouck out By Odwoll, 2; by
Dlneen, 4; by Gaston, 1. Hit by pitcher
Bottenus, Atherton, Smith. Passed ball
Casey. Wild pitches Gaston, 1: Ortwell, 1.
Left on bases Wllkes-Barre, 11; Toronto,
8. Time Two hours. Umpire Swart
wood. Ilgnii United Hard.
Syracuse, N. Y., Bept. 10. Tho Stars
batted Egan hard today. Score: R.H.U.
Syracuse 1 0 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 lb 2
Providence, .011001000310 2
. Batteries-Malarkey awl Shaw; Egan
anil Coogan. Umpire O'Neill,
Hunches of Errors.
Montreal, Sept. 10. Bunches of errors,
coupled with bunches of hits, gave tho
game to Springfield today. Score: R.H.E.
Montreal 0 0 0100025814 7
Springfield 2 110 8 10 3 '14 17 0
Batteries Oannon and Butler; Dolan
and Nichols. Umpire Mason,
Coming Champions ling Another.
Hartford, Conn., Sept. 10, Lancaster
ft-oif out today In spite, or tho locals' bril
liant rally In tho ninth, when two doubles
and two singles scored three earned runs,
Hartford 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 3413 4
Lamustcr 0 0 4 0 0 10 0 05 9 1
Batteries Bowen and Roach; Clausen
ond Wente. Umpire Uetts.
Hendins Could Not Hit.
' Newark, N. J., Sept, 10. Tho Heading
men could not hit Carrlclc effectively to
day. "Bob" Fltzsimmons arrived too lato
to umpire, tut he gave a bag punching
exhibition and sparred thrco rounds with
his partner, Jlro Murphy, Score: It.II.E.
Newark .,,..,........2 2001200 7 19 3
Reading ,...0000000112 8 5
; Batteries Cttrrlck and Ilothtuss; Garvin
and lleydon. Umpire Ketchum,
Itlclimond Wins n Double Header.
Richmond, Vn Sent. 10. The locnls
took both games from tho Athletics today
by superior work. Tho second was ter
minated by darkness. Scores:
First game K.1I.JS.
Richmond 12 4 2 0 0 0 3 0-1212 2
Athletic 4 100000 00-6 8 6
Ilatterlcs Stocksdale, Chesbro and Fos
ters Cain and Fox.
Second game It. U.K.
Richmond 0 2.1308 i 0
Athletics 00000 0 2 0
Uatterlcn Leaver and. Welts; Osborne
ond Fox. Umpire Hoyden.
liven llrcnk'ut Pntorson.
Patorson, N. J., Sept. 10. Today's doublo
was an even break. Tho first iramo was
a pitchers' battle, tho visitors nnully (rain
ing a shut out. In tho second, tho homo
team hit tho hall hard, knocking one
pitcher out of tho box. Scores:
First game 11.11. i:.
I'atcrson 0 0 00000000 4 1
Norfolk 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 8 0
IJattcrlrH Weeks, Westlako and Tou
hcyj; McFarJand and Snyder.
Second game It.II.E.
Pateram 10 0 0 12 4 0 1014 1
Norfolk 00 0 0 000 101 4 1
Rattcries Vlou and Westlako; Pfanmlt
lor, Kelly, Snyder and Coto. Umpire
Baltimore and Boston again won yes
terday and Now York slipped n little
farther away from the leaders by play
ing a tlo game with Pittsburg.
Washington 9 Cleveland 4
Chicago 8 Philadelphia 6
Baltimore. 6 Louisville 5
Brooklyn 11 Cincinnati 4
New York. a Pittsburg - a
Boston 10 St. Louis o
P. W. L. P.O.
Baltlmoro 113 SO 33 .70S
Boston 117 82 35 .701
New York 115 73 40 .052
Cincinnati 113 Go 4S .075
Cleveland 116 37 53 .491
Washington 114 53 ct .4j
Chicago 117 53 61 .433
Brooklyn 117 52 63 .441
Philadelphia 117 51 CS .426
Pittsburg Ill 49 hi .430
Loulsvillo 117 49 (,S .419
St. Louis 116 27 S3 .'.'33
Chicago at Baltimore.
Philadelphia at Boston.
Brooklyn nt New York.
Loulsvillo at Pittsburg.
Cincinnati at Washington.
Tho Colls Won Out.
Philadelphia, Sept. 10. The Phillies and
Chlcagos had another exciting finish to
day, tho Colts finally winning out with
two local men left on b's in tho eighth
Inning. Chicago. hit a..r, late of Mont
real, hard enough to tain seven or their
eight runs, but ulmost lost tho gamo by
bunching four errors In the sixth Inning.
Philadelphia 0 0 1 0 0 u 0 0 C S 3
Chicago 50002 0 108 12 4
Batteries Becker and MeFarland;
Friend and Klttrldgc. Umpire McDon
ald. Called lp eighth on account of dark
ness. Louisville Refused to Piny.
Baltimore, Sept. 10. Loulsvillo refused
to continue playing today because Umpire
Kelly, called Keeler safo at first In the
seventh Inning allowing Qulnn to score
tho winning run and forfeited tho game
by tho score to 9 to 0. Score: R.H.E.
Baltlmoro 1 0 3 0 0 1 1 0 10 1
Loulsvillo 0 0012115 8 3
Batteries Amole and Robinson; JIcGee,
Dexter and Wilson. Umpire Kelly.
Pour Straight from Cleveland.
Washington, Sept. 10. Tho Senators to
day won their seventh gamo this week,
taking four straight from Cleveland,
Swnlm was batted hard, but the Indians
played a slow gamo and tho Senators'
hits were well placed. Score: It.II.E.
Washington 0 0 4 0 0 2 1 2 9 12 1
Cleveland 10 0 0 0 0 3 0 0412 3
Batteries Swalm and Farrell; Young
and iJImmer. Umpire Carpenter.
Pooled by Fisher.
Brooklyn, Sept. 10. Breltensteln pitched
anything but SlO.OuO ball for thn rMncin-
natis toay. Fisher fooled his former palls
and tho four runs credited to them wero
duo more to luck than good playing.
Brooklyn 2 0 2 1 0 0 2 4 11 13 1
Cincinnati 0 0 0 0 13 0 0 0412 3
Batteries Fisher nnirt Mrlm. Mreltcn.
stein and Peltz. Umpire Lynch.
Called with the Scoro Tied.
New York. RpTlt. 1ft Thn rvtt-mn tnifd.i
was called at the end of the ninth Inning
wun uie score ilea, in only one Inning
could tho players land on Sullivan and
TTnsf ln?w. Kpnro? l 11 l.-
New York 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 10 1
Pittsburg ,,,0200000002 5 0
Batteries Sullivan and Warner; Hast
ings and Merrltt. Umpire O'Day.
Lewis Hatted Out of Box.
Boston, Sept. 10. Lewis was batted out
I IS STEADILY DEGREASie. I
The Tribune has caused much of the de
crease through its free "Situations Wanted" ad
vertisements. A man, woman, boy or girl, who is
out of work cannot, as a rule, afford to pay to ad
yertise, but a corporation, person or firm employ
ing others to work for them can and should pay
for such advertisements, Therefore The Tribune
publishes "Situations Wanted" free of charge, and
all other "Want Ads" at the reasonable rate of
One Cent a Word in Advance.
Tribune "Wants" bring quick returns, and
are the cheapest in the city when results are ta
ken in consideration. Try One. You'll Be
of the box In the fourth Inning today and
Nlohols was substituted. In tho fifth a
wild throw, In an attempted doublo by
Lowe, gave tho visitors an opening and
they scored flvo runs. Tho Bostons braced
by good hitting, aided by bases on balls,
won out tho game. Score: lt.M.u.
Hoston 20000 4 01 S-10 It 3
St. J-oulH 2 0 2500000916 3
Hart series-Lewis, iNlqhols, Lake untt
Ganzl; Donahuo and Douglass. Umpire
"Hughey Jennings' father Is n land
leaguer," remarked Umplro Kelly. "Ho
wears n pair of flrc-escapo whiskers that
Bklrt his chin a la Qaluay. Hughey had
tho elderly gentleman on the bench In
Monday's gamo between tho Orioles and
Reds, Ho's quite n comedian, Is tho old
man. Joo Qulnn, who was playing short
as a sub, for Hughey, woro a red sweat
er, and Hughey's parent didn't llko the
looks of It. Tho color was a failure.
" 'Who Is that bloke ploying for you
In short field, Hughey?' said tho old
man. 'Ho looks llko on Irishman, but
ho's flashing tho wrong colors."
" "That's Joe Qulnn. Ho's Irish, fath
er,' said Hughey.
" 'Irish bo dommeel,' said tho old man.
"When Joo walked over to tho bench
ho tossed tho sweater over his arm, and
the member of tho Jennings family with
tho flre-escapo faco jumped from tho
bench, pulled tho sweater from Joe's
shoulder, and in oily Golway delivered
" 'Soy, Qulnn, Ol don't know you pus
sonnlly, but If you're Olrish you aro
flashing tho wrong colors, A red coat
on a Mick makes a turncoat out of him.
Take It off; It's a dlsgraca to you're coun.
"Joo threw tho sweater on tho grass
and borrowed Joo Corbett's, which Is
green. This pleosed Hughey's father, and
ho failed to make a break during the re
mainder of tho game." Washington Post.
AMATEUR BALL NOTES.
Tho Llbertys will play tho Reds of
Prlceburg Sunday, Sept. 12, on Prlce
Imrjr grounds at 2 o'clock. Meet us at
Fadden's corner. C. AV. Shea, manager.
The Golden Orioles accept tho chal
lenge of the West Side Sliders and will
play them this afternoon at 2.30 on the
Moses Taylor Hospital grounds. Bert
The Olyphant Browns and the Price
burp teams will play today at Oly
phant park. Thomas Meehan, manag
er. The Metropolitans of Prlceburg chal
lenge the James Boys, or the West
Side Browns, on the Prlceburg rounds,
for Sept. in. R. J. Meehan, manager.
The Lackawanna and Harmony base
ball clubs will cross bats this after
noon at Athletic park. These clubs are
the greatest rivals In Lackawanna
county, and a most exciting game can
be expected. They have met once be
fore this season and it was one of the
most exciting games of the year, the
Harmonies winning eight to six. The
Lackawannns have met and defeated
the best clubs In Lackawanna and Lu
cerne counties. They have played
twenty-nine games and lost four. The
Harmony's record Is almost as good.
The Rappers, of Archbald, accept the
challenge of the West Knd base ball
team, of Peckville, for Thursday, Sept.
1C, on Archbald grounds. William Caw
The Crescents of Pino Brook defeated
the Lilies of Archbald yesterday after
noon by the score of 22 to X
The Ltllles accept tho challenge of
tho Mayflowers for Suinluy, Aug. 12, at
2.30. W. Notz, manager.
C0RBETT WILL ACCEPT.
Is Willing to right I'itzsimmons for
820,000 If Given Opportunity.
Wheeling, W. Va., Sept. 10. Ex
Champlon James J. Corbett, who Is
here today to play first base with the
Wheeling base ball team this after
noon, has Just received a telegram
from Chicago, Informing him that: the
Northern Julane club of New Orleans,
offers twenty thousand dollars for a
contest between Corbett and Fltzsim
mons. Immediately on receipt of the tele
gram Corbett authorized tho Associat
ed Press to say that he accepts the of
fer nnd will await FItzslmmons, de
cision In the mater. Corbett declined
to say anything further until FItzslm
mons Is heard from.
Gninc for Championship.
A great game of alley ball will be
played today at 3 o'clock sharp for the
championship of the county and $30 a
side at Thomas Logan's ball allsy,
Dunmore corners, between John Rlck
aby, tho champion alley ball player of
America, and Martin Flannely, of
RACES AT FLEETWOOD.
Tho Lost Day Considered tha licit of
New York, Sept. 10. Tho last day or
the grand circuit meeting at Fleet
wood park was from n, sporting stand
point tho best of the meeting. Tho
first event was tho unfinished 2.12 trot
Tho fifth heat was tho moat exciting.
Alcldalla led to the three-quarter polo,
but Derby Princess, in a clinking finish
nipped the heat by a, head. Tho Prin
cess also won tha deciding heat. On
this race over $30,000 was in the pool
The guldeles wonder, Marlon Mills,
paced a mile in 2.07, She went to tho
quarter In thlrtv-otie seconds and to
tho half In 1.02, hut the hill was too
much for her and her last half was In
2.07 class, pacing; purse, $1,500.
Helr-at-Law, blk. h by
la, by Alcantar (Qeers).. 3 113 1
Mlgnon 2 Z 3 1 3
Ben D 0 4 4 5 .2
Javelin 1 3 2 2dls
Pearl Onward 6 G 5 ldls
Ntcol B 4 ills
Time, 2.0Si, 2.07U, 2.09H. 2.104. 2.11.
2.16 class, trotting; purse, $1,000.
Gcorgena, br. m., by Messenger-
Wilkes (Noble) Ill
Purity Wilkes 4 2 4
Black Seth 2 6 3
Gtoster II 3 5 6
Big Timber 5 4 5
Alrich 6 3 2
Time. 2.15, 2.15, 2.15.
2.12 class, trotting; purse, $3,000.
Derby Princess, blk. m., by
by Administration (San
ders) 18 9 2 11
Alcldalla '. 2 4 7 12 2
Fred B 4 15 4 3 3
Emma Ofrutt C 3 1 3 5 4
Vanzandt 5 2 4 7 6 ro
Cephas 9 7 3 6 4 ro
Fred Kohl 7 G 6 6 7 ro
Athanlo 3 9 8 8dr
Grace Hastings 8 6 2 dls
Time, 2.11J1, 2.12, 2.11, 2.13, 2.11, 2.114.
CUSH WITH THE 'VARSITY ELEVEN.
Hns Gono to Englc's Mero to Practico
with tho Tenm.
James F. Cush, of this city, who Is a
dental student at the University of
Pennsylvania, has gone to Eagle's
Mere to Join the 'varsity eleven In pre
liminary practice. Mr. Cush was of
fered a place on the team last year,
but declined to take It, as studies dur
ing his first year would not permit of It.
He Is a hard, heavy man, a good
runner and can play either In or behind
GENERAL SP0RTINQ NOTES.
Dr. A. E. Bull, the famous ex,-center
rush of tho University of Pennsylvania
fcot ball team, has been secured as coach
for tho Franklin and Marshall college
team this seascn. Ho coached It part of
last season with marked results. He la
now at Wllkes-Barre, but will be in Phil
adelphia in a couple of weeks.
Tho Princeton fcot ball team had some
exciting practico Monday on Congress
Hall lawn, Oape May, at jushlng, passing
and falling on the ball and punting. The
men aro developing much ability in tho
cm!cknes3 of their movements. A now
man to Join the team was Belter, tho
half-back. Tho drill is for tho purpose of
selecting a quarterback for the coming
foot bijl eea3n. Captain Cochran )a
keeping his men busy at work every day.
It is likely that Young Grilto nnd Joo
Gans, of Baltimore, will meet in the Olym
pic Athletic club, Athens, Pa., In about
A purso has been offered to Charley
Johnson and Jeromo Qulgley for a twenty
round contest to take place at Toronto
tho latter part of this month.
Peter Jackson, the colored pugilist,
sailed for New York on the steamer Ser
vla today. Ho Is going to San Francisco
on private business, but If a fair Induce
ment should bo offered ho might bo per
suaded to fight. He will return to Eng
land about Christmas. Tho Olympic club,
of Birmingham, has arranged a twenty
round flgTit between Dick O'Brien and
Frank Craig, the "Harlem Coffco Cooler."
Tho winner will receive 200 and tho loser
50. The fight will take place on Oct. 23.
Lon Beckwlth, of Cleveland, having re
covered from his recent sickness, wishes
to meet any man In the country at 134
pounds, or will meet Jack Bonner at 156
pounds, weigh In at the ringside.
Corbett Is not talking prize fight Just
now. Baso ball Is his hobby. Ho says ho
has made all tho way from $1,200 to $3,000
a week playing base ball this summer.
"It is so good that I have postponed my
theatrical opening for a month," said the
ex-champion. "I was to go out the middle
of this month, but I will play baso ball as
long as the weather lasts, and then go out
with my show. I am dated ahead for a
solid month. I novo trained up Instead
of training down, playing base ball. I
weigh over 200 pounds stripped, and that
Is more than I ever weighed. About fight
ing? Well, I can only say that there will
como a time some day, I want to fight
FItz and nobody else. Perhaps he will
change his mind about giving mo another
A marvfcloin enro for
i unu.'MVt.r.rt r.SM,
horaj. It u tnrralcs
All rim (Tirlata m ii a
Tlrnovd rhrTTitent Co., flU lSrnidx'av. York.
run, mi ormatioti gladly maIlbd frse.
When eastorn pugn roaoh 'Frisco theso
days they ore asked their opinion of tho
much-discussed question of free onri right
ing, Owen Zlegltr, who la to meet.Kddle
Connelly, told a California, reporter the
following: "As to frei arm tlgntlnir. In
tho clinch It la a matter of Indlfforcnoe
to me. It U usually left to be agreed
upon by the principals. Under tho rulw
free arm blows are allowable, but my
personal predlleotlone oro for o clean
break In a clinch. It looks better to break
cleanly, nnd, what Is of more conse
quence, It always pleases tho spectators
more. I'll glvo Mr. Connelly his own way
In tho matter, however, nnd If ho wants
to hit In tho clinch we will agree on that.
I do not care one way or tho other."
SUBPOENAS WERE SERVED.
I'nmoiK Van Vnlkonborg-Tlllnrd Cnto
, (liven n Locnl Intorost.
Subpoenas were served on soveml
Scrantonlans yesterday by the defense
of tho famous Von Valkenburg-Tlllard
bribery case, which Is sot down for trial
at Pottsvllle next week. Constable
Miller, of the Ninth ward, srved the
notices on Hon. William Connell, John
a. McAskle, Hon. John It. Farr, Detec
tive Will Clifford and Miss Lily Mac
key. Subpoenas were also served yestetday
on Dr. N. a. Mackey and Mrs. Mackey,
DR. J. W. HELMER MARRIED.
Ceremony Pcrlormod by n Brother ol
tho Bride ntSvrncusc.
Dr. Jacob W. Helmer, veterinary sur
geon, and Miss Martha E. Shoemaker,
of Helena, Montana, were married
Tuesday, Aug. 31, nt tho home of the
bride's brother, a. W. Shoemaker, of
Syracuse, N. Y. Rev. II. R. Shoemak
er, another brother of tho bride, per
formed the ceremony.
Dr. and Mrs. Helmer, after their
wedding tour through the Eastern
cities, have returned and taken up their
residence nt 311 Spruce street.
WANTED TO SEE THE SHOW.
This Fellow Lnndcd Behind tho Bars
in n Hurry.
The show at Davis' theater was
known to be attractive, but the man
agement never expected them to come
In through' the windows In such hot
This was done last night, however, a
young man In his eagerness pulling
himself hnlf through one of the big
side windows. Special Officer Wdl'ams
arrested him and he was lodged In the
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if the CUT. EUROPEAN PLAN.
Cor. Sixteenth St. and Irving Place,
AMERICAN PLAN, S3.50 Per
Day nnd Upwards.
EUROPEAN PLAN, $1.50 Per
Day and Upwards.
3E0. MURRAY, Proprietor.
The St. Denis
Broadway and Eleenth St., New York,
Opp. Orace Church. European Plan.
Rooms $i.oo a Day and Upwards.
In n modest and unobtrusive way there aro
few bettor conducted tiotela la the metropolis
than the St. Denis.
Tho great popularity It has acquired can
readily be tracod to its unlquo location, it
bomeltko Atmosphere, tha peculiar excellence
of ita cuislue and service, and its very moder
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1BE1IEB I a
Academy of ilusic
Reli & Durgunder, Lessees.
II. K. Long, Local Manager.
rivn pdrpormTncbs to nnaiN
Thursday, September 9th
Mottnees Friday nnd Saturday. The
0 rent Military Urftma,
THE CIRL I LEFT BEHIND ME
Direction of Julius Cnhn, Kndoried
by the Pre s, tho Public ami the
United Btates Army.
EVENING PniCES..loo, 25c, 08c, 800.
MATINEE lBc ond 20c
3 nights, 2 matinees, beginning
MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 13.
Matinee Tuesday ond Wednesday,
700 nlchts in London, 100 nights In New
York. Everybody who is onybody will see
Silas llrown. A musical comedy, oil laughs.
. THE COMPANY! Will 8. Rising, Walter
1; letcher, Roger Dolnn, Joseph Fltzpatrlck,
Joseph O. Kenny, Mian Mamie Hcnlt, Mlsi
Hello Dolnn, Mln Lillian Kemble, Ml
Linma Pond, Mis Eva Hclbte, Miss Joso
phlno Knight, Miss Nonetto Hyon, Miss
FRIDAY, SUPTBMDnR 10.
Madeline Lncctte Rylcy's
A COAT OF MANY COLORS
Presented by Mr. Herbert
Kclccv, Miss EITlc Shan
non nnd company
IVIr. William J. LoMoyno
Regular prices. Hox office open
Wednesday. 9 a. in.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER IJ.
Lillian Russell, Delia Fox,
Combination, presenting Btanco & Edwards
most brilliant Comlo Opera,
The Wedding Day
With tho Famous
ALL STAR CAST.
rRICES Entlro lower floor, 82.00; Balcony,
Sl.fiO, $1.00, and 7Gc; Gallery, 25c.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13,
The Superb Musical Forco Comedy,
Ni'FADDEN'S BOW OF FLATS
BY E. W. TOWN SEND.
A Complete Scenlo Production. A Star
Cast of Well-Known Comedians.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
Sept. 13, 14, 15,
The Famous and Greater
Novelty and Burlesque Company.
30-European and American Artlsto-jo
In the Now Operatic Extravaganza
A WORLD OF PLEASURE
A brilliant carnival of vaudeville surprises,
and the great big success,
All hrnnd new and up to date, Gorgeous
costumes, magnificent scenery, hondsomo
women, pretty faces, lovely forms,
Regular Prices, 10J 20 or 30 Gents
All opera chairs sold reserved for evening
performances. Hecure them afternoons at
tho box oillce or by 'phone, HH7'J, or after
house opens nt night nt box ofllce.
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