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THE MOKNISTG TIMES, -.-"WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1S9T
6
Bicyclists ought to visit
our Third Floor and take
advantage of the prices
we've put on "wheel tog
gery." Big savings in store
for the prompt ones.
31 Men's Fine Cheviot Bicycle Suits, in
"iroir"'Ml "Mio""r' (-tvies. Were ?C, ?.
and $10. To close, S5.
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Pi'-vrie ",. ! '-'if 'flii'l liKjiuer'
styles. Were $10, $12, and $15. To
close, $8.25.
M i n Sciitcli ,r,ool Ricv-le Hov.in a gi eat
variety of patterns. "Were $1 25. To
close, 75o
Me rii regular 50c. Bicycle nose, reduced
to 30c.
Men h regular $1 Bicycle Hose, reduced
to 50 c.
M i ii f Mo-'5 and 5G Fancy Sweaters.
To close, $1.50.
3 inns H Men's "odd" Biovcie rants,
that were $1.25, and $1.50. To close, $1.
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Sent to Prison For Stealing.
Charles Green and Thomas "Washington,
the colored youths who were arrested
tor stealing a number of pairs of shoes
from the Regal Shoe Company, were ar
raigned in the police court yesterday after
noon "with three cases of larceny against
each. Detective Sutton and Policeman
McDonald gave evidence against the pris
oners, and Judge Mills fined Green $25
di 75 days in Jail, whllo Washington was
assessed $35 or 105 days in the same
Institution.
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S01TLAND PARK.
BLAKE'S FATAL HOME Hill
It Gave the Spiders Two Runs
and the Game.
BOTH TEAMS FIELDED WELL
aiC'Tauios IMtcIiL'd a Good Gnme, and
So Did Cuppy, Although Both Wen.'
Hit Harder Than the Score Indi
cates DeMunt. nud Brown Distin
guish Them.selves by Fielding.
W. L,. Pet.
Baltimore.... IS 3 .857
Cincinnati 15 7 .682
Pittsburg 12 7 .632
Philadelphia..l3 8 .619
.524
Boston 10 10 .500
Louisville 9 9 .500
Brooklyn 9 11 .450
New York... 7 10 .412
Chicago 7 14 .333
Washington.. 5 14 .263
St. Louis 4 17 .190
YESTKHDAY'S RESULTS.
Cleveland, 0; "Washington, 5.
Bultlmore, 14; Louisville, 11.
Cincinnati, 12; Philadelphia, 3.
Brooklyn, 0; St. Louis, 3.
Chicago, 11; Boston, 5.
.New York, 11; l'ittsbiirg, 5.
GAMliS TODAY.
Washington tit Cleveland.
Baltimore at Louisville.
Philadelphia at Cincinnati.
New York at IMttKbiirg.
Boston at Chicago.
Brooklyn at St. Louis.
Cleveland, OhJo, May 18. One run again
was the narrow margin by which theCleve
lands defeated Washington today. Jle
James, who was knocked out of the box
theprevlousday, was given another chance,
and he came dote to redeeming hiimelf,
but Bloke's home run killed the pitcher at
the finish
Aside from one very rank error by Cuppy,
a throw that was la the end responsible
for two runs, the game was a pretty clean
fielding one, as DeMontreville's mistake
only gave one base and was an instanta
neous fumblo The pitchers were hit harder
than the score indicates, for many a base
hit was killed by brilliant fielding, De
liontreville, Erown, Burkett, Tebcau and
Elake doing some splendid work at base
hit robbery. The audience was small and
listless.
The run-making was done as follows;
For Washington, In the first, jLwojnen
scored. Brown singled. SelbTich doubled
again&t the left field fence. DeMontreville
filed to Blake, Brown scoring. McGulre
went out. Selbach scored.
In tho second, Cartwright singled. So
did Abbey. Reilly forced Abby. Cart
wright scoring. The next two were easy
outs.
la the fifth Brown walked. Selbach sac
rificed, DeMontreville bunted, and Cuppy
threw tin ball to the fence. Brown scoring
and DeMontreville taking third. On Mc
Gulre'fl out DeMontreville scored.
Paces on balls started three of Cleve
land's run" and wild pitches helped two of
them along. In the first both of these
mistakes by McJames, combined with a
single, scored one, and an out off first
another.
In thefourtha base on balls, a double and
a triple cent in two. A base on balls, wild
pitch and a home run by Blake added the
two in the eighth. Score:
Cleveland. K. H. PO.A.E.
Burkett, 1. f. 10 3 0 0
McKean, s. s 110 8 0
Sockalexis, r. f. 0 0 10 0
O'Connor, lb 0 1 14 0 0
"Wallace, 3b 10 12 0
Blake, c. f. 1 1-10 0
Tebeau, 2b 12 3 9 1
Ziiumer c 10 10 0
Cuppy, p 0 10 11
Totals G 5 27 15 2
Washington. R. H.I'O.A.E.
Blown, i.i 2 1 3 O O
Selbach, l.f. 110 0 0
DeMontreville, s. s 10 3 3 1
McGuire, c, 0 0 5 10
Wrigley, 2b 0 10 2 0
CaiLWiigitt, lb 1 1 12 O 0
Abbey, r. f. 0 1 0 0 0
Reilly, 3b 0 113 0
MoJaineb, p 0 0 0 4. 0
Fairell 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 5 0 2113 1
Batted for McJames in the ninth.
Cleveland .2 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 x 6
Washington 2 10 0 2 0 0 0 05
Earned runs Cleveland, 1. First base
on errors Cleveland, l; Washington, 2.
Home run Blake. Three-base hit Cup
py. Twc-base hits Tebeau and Selbach.
Left on bases Cleveland, 5; Washington,
3. Double play Tebeau and O'Connor.
First base on balls Off Cuppy, 2; off Mc
James, 4. 8truck out By Cuppy, 1; by
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Money Savers AH Round.
If 'ou value a genuine cash saving don't miss
this sale. Our prices have always been low as
all Washington knows, but we have fairly eclipsed
all our previous records in the prices we now ask.
We direct special attention to the bargains in our
Children's department.
MEN'S AND BOYS' SUITS.
Kegulnr Price $7.50. Now $4. SO
lii'Kulur Price $8.5. Now $5.10
Itt'KUltir Price $10.00. Now , $6.00
Il'ular Prlco $12.00. Now $7.SO
lN'tfuhir Price..' $12.50. Now ST. SO
It'Kulnr Price $i:i.50. Now ..." $8.10
Iti'Kulnr Price $15.00. Now $9.00
Ht'KUlur Price $10.50. Now $8. BO
JtcKulur Price $18.00. Now $10.80
Hi'Kiilur Price $20.00. Now S1S.OO
CHILDREN'S SUITS.
Il'Kiilur Price $2.50. Now $1,50
Ilt-Kulur Price $3.00. Now SX.SO
J'uulur Price $3.50. Now SS.IO
Kt'KUlur Price $4.00. Now $2.40
ttejculur Price ..- .$4.50. Now SS.TO
Regular Price $5.00. Now S3.00
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Re;uinr Price $7.00. Now S4.SO
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Loeb & Hirsh,
OUTFITTERS,
910-912 F Street.
James, 5. Umpire Mr. Hurst. Time of
game 1 hour and 55 miuuteb.
POOR PLAYING AT LOUISVILLE.
The Orioles Add Another to Their
Long Llht of Victories.
Louisville, May 18. Both teams played
badly today. The Colonels played a little
the worse anil enabled the Champions to
score seven runs in one inning. All the
pitchers were wild. Score:
Louisville. R. II
rO.A.E.
1 1 Q
F. Clarke, 1. f 3 1
McCreery, r. f 2 2
Pickering, c. f 2 0
Kogers, lb 2 1
Wilson, c 1 1
Stafford, bs 1 2
.Ifilinsiin. 2n O 2
Clingman, 3b 0 0
Frazer, p. , 0 0
McUee, p 0 0
0
1
0
3
1
4
1
0
3
Totals 11 0 24 14 6
Baltimore. II. H. PO.A.E.
McUraw,3b "3 10 0 3
Keeler, r. f 113 0 0
Jennings, ss 10 3 5 1
Kelley, 1. f 2 2 10 0
Doyle, lb 0 0 5 0 0
O'Brien, lb 3 16 0 0
Stcnzel.cr 0 2 0 0 0
Heitz,2b 14 3 4 0
W. Clarke, o 12 6 0 1
Corbett.p 2 10 3 0
Totals 11 l-i 27 12 5
Louisville 104000 4 2 0-11
Baltimore 0 4 7 0 0 0 3 0 x-14
Earned runs Off Corbclt 2. First base
on errors Louisville 2, Baltimore 4. Left
on bases Louisville 7. Baltimore 11. Two-
base hits - Rogers, Johnson. Three-base hit j
McGraw. Double play Reitz and uoyie.
Struck out By Frazer 1 , by Mctiee 1, by
Corbett 5. Bases on bails Off Frazer 3,
off McGee 6, off Corbett 7. Time or game
2 hours ami 48 minutes. Umpire Mr. Mc
Dcrmott. Attendance 3,000.
BROWNS LOSE ANOTUISR.
The Tlroohlyns Defeat Them in a
"Well-Played Game.
St. Louis, May 18. The Brooklyns again
defeated the Browns this afternoon in a
well-played game. McMahon was not ef
fective enough for Manager Barnie, and
Daub succeeded him in the fifth inning.
Donohue pitched a fair game, but per
mitted the visitors to .hit when hits were
most needed. Score:
St. Louis. R. H.rO.A.E.
Douglas, l.f 0
Dowd.cf. 0
Turner, r. f. 0
Connor, lb 2
Hartman, 3b 0
Houseman, 2b 0
1 1
0 1
0 2
0 14
2 1
0 2
Cross, s. s 1 2
Murphy, c 0 14 2
Donohue, p 0 0 0 5
"McFarland 0 0 0 0
Totals.
3 6 27 1-
'McFarland battedforDonohuein the ninth.
Brooklyn. R. H.rO.A.E.
Griffin, c f. 10 10
Jones, r. ..'. 2 4 3 1
Anderson, 1. f. 0 0 3 0
Shlndle, 3b 0 113
LaChance, lb 0 1 12 1
1 12
Canavan, 2b 0 14 2
G. Smith, s. s 112 8
A. Smith, c 12 10
McMahon, p 10 0 1
Daub, p 0 10 0
Totals
St. Louis
Brooklyn
Earned runs
Two-base hits-
6 1127 16 4
0 1 02 000003
0 030200016
-St. Louis, 1; Brooklyn, 3.
-Hartman, Cross, Murphy,
LaChance, A. Smith, Daub. Home ruu-
Jonet,. Doluile plays Smith and LaChance;
Canavan and LaChance. First base on balls
-Off Donohue, P.off McMahon. 4; Daub, 4.
Struck out By Donohue, 1; YcMahon, 1.
Time of game 1 hour aud 45 minutes.
Umpire Mr. Lynch.
OUTSLUG TIIE SLUGGERS.
The Reds Beat the Phillies at Their
Favorite Game.
Cincinnati, May 18. The home team won
today by out'4ugging tho Phillies. Young
Damnum was presented with a fine silver
tea set by Upper Sandusky, Otiio, triends
in the first inning and immediately hit
out a three-bagger. Score: '
Cincinnati. R. H.PO.A. E.
Burke, 1. f 0 2 l 0
Hoy,c. f 114 0
McPhec, 2b 2 2 4 3
Miller, r. f 2 2 10
Vaughn, lb 1 1 10 0
Irwin, 3b 3 3 2 1
Schrlver.c 113 0
Rltchey, s. s 2 2 2 2
Dumman, p 12 0 3
Hollidas. s 0 10 2
Totals .-
Philadelphia.
Geicr, r. f
Cooley, c. f
Dclehanty, r. t
Lajole, lb
Boyle, c
Cross, 3b
13 17 27 11
R. H.PO.A.
1 2
I 2
1 1
2 13
1 2
Hallmaun, 2b 1
Gillen, s. s 0
Taylor, p 0
JohnsottrP 0
Totals 2 1124 16 4
Cincinnati 7 3 0 1010 1 x 13
Philadelphia 01001000C 2
Earned runs Cincinnati, 2. Two-base
I
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hits Lajole, Damman, Irwin, and
Crosa. Three-base hits Damman.
Double plays Johnson, Lajoie and
and Cross; Rltchey, McPhee and Vaughn,
Cross, Rltchey, McPiiee and Vaughn,
2; Holliday, McPhee and Vaughn. Struck
out Geier, Cooley. Povle, Damman,
Burke. Bases on ballt Off Taylor, 1;
off Johnson, 4; off Damman, 2. Time of
game 2 hours. Umpire Mr. Sheridan.
Attendance, 4,000.
GIANTS HliDEEM THEMSELVES.
Thrre-llnKpers aud rioine Runs the
Feature.- of YosterduyVi Game.
Pittsburg, May 18 "Scrappy"' Joyce
and his followers found Foley as easy to
day as they found Klllen hard yesterday.
The features of the game were tho batr
ting of the big New York captain out of
five times at bat he nade-foiir three-base
hits, while Tiernan and Davis each hit
for home runs. Score:,,- ,
Pittsburg. - R. H.rO.A.E.
Smith, If .'..... 0 2 0 0 2
Ely, t-s .? 0 10 2 0
N. Davis, lb '. 1 2 11 0 0
Donnellv, 3b 10 2 2 0
Brodle.cf 0 2 2 0 0
Donovan, rf 10 0 0 0
Paddcn,2b 0 2 2 10
Merritt.c. 0 0 3 10
Leahjij. 10 7 2 1
Hawley.p . 0 0 0 2 1
Gardner, p 10 0 2 0
Totals 5 92712 4
New York. R. H. PO.A.E.
VanHaltren.cf. 1110 0
Tiernan, rf 2 2 0 0 1
Joyce, 3b 2 4 4 10
G. Davis, ss 2 2 2 4 1
Gleason,2b 118 7 1
Holmes, ir. : 10 0 0 0
Clark, lb 1 2 10 1 1
Warner, c 0 3 2 3 0
Dohcuy, p 110 4 1
Totals 1116 27 20 5
Pittsburg 01002020 0 5
New York 10 3 3-01201-11
Earned runs New York, 7. Two-base
hits Brodie, Padden. Three-base hits
Joyce, 4. Home runs Tiernan, Davis.
Bases on balls Off Gardner, 2; offDoheny,
3. Struck out By Hawley, 2; by Gardner,
4; by Doheny, 1. Double plays Doheny,
Davis and Gleason; Doheny, Davis and
Clark. Attendance 3,500. Empire-Mr.
Emsiie. Time of game 2 hours and 20
minutes.
COLTS TURN THE TABLES.
Bostons Try Three Pitchers Acralnst
Them With Little Success.
Chicago, May 18. Questionable decisions
on balls and strikes gave the Bostons a big
lead In the first two innings, but the Colts
had revenge by knocking Lewie out of the
box in the fifth inning. Stlvetts fared little
better, and after Duffy's men were hope
lessly beaten, the ex-collegian was given
a trial. He, too, "was hit hard. Biiggs was
in great Torm and pitched nib first winning
game. Score:
Chicago. R. H.P0.A. E.
McCormick,3b 2 3 4 2 1
Dahlen.s.s 2 2 3 3 2
Lange, c. f 3 2 10 0
Thornton, l.f .' 13 10 0
Ryan.r.f 0 0 3 0 0
Decker, lb 2 3 7 0 0
Connor,2b 0 0 14 0
Donohue, c 12 7 10
Brlggs.p 0 0 0 10
Totals .- 11 15 27 11 3
Boston. R. U.PO.A.E.
Hamiltoa.c.f 2 4 0 0 0
Tcaney.lb 0 0 10 0 0
Long.s.s 12 3 2 1
Duffy.l.f :... 0 12 0 0
Stahl, r.f .'..... 0 0 0 0 1
Lowe, 2b 0 0 16 1
Collin?, 3U .-.. 10 5 10
Bergen, c '. 0 13 0 0
Lewis, p ,...., 10 0 0 0
Stivetts, p :. 0 0 0 0 0
Mahoaey.p 0 0 0 10
Totals 5 8 24 10 3
Chicago 0 0 2 0 5 0 2 2 x 11
Boston 2 30 00 000 0 5
Earned runs Chicago, 6. First base by
errors Chicago, 2; Boston. B. Leiton bases
Chicago, 9; Boston, 5. First base on balls
Off Lewis, 2; off Stivetts, 2. Struck out
By Briggs, 6; by Lewis, 1; by Stivetts, 1; by
-Maho.iey. 1. '1 hrei-mse nita McCormicK,
Decker. Two-base hitsThornton, 2: Don
ohue. StoleaLas.'S Langc'Duffy.IIamiltJU.
Douule play Lowe, Long and Tenney.
Time of game 2 hours. Umpiie Mr. Mc
Donald. Other Games Yesterday.
At Newark-Newark 12, Richmond 7.
At Philadelphia Athletics 3, Norfolk 2.
At narttord nartford 8, Lancaster 3.
At Paterson Patersou 4, Reading I.
At Syracuse Syracuse 8, Toronto 10.
At Providence Providence 8, AVllkes
barre 3.
At Bullalo-Buffalo 3, Rochester 2.
At Ithica- Cornell 6, -Pennsylvania 2.
At Syracuse Syracuse 9, Hobait 6.
At Providence -Brown 9, Holy i'ioss 1.
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THIS CHAMPION AT THE CAPITOL.
Bob FJtzwiinmotib Confers With the
Foreign Relations Committee.
Nothing could have been better timed
than the vibit yesterday morning to the
Capitol or Mr. Bob Fitzslmmons. It was the
one thing necessary to accentuate the air
of belligerency that hangs like the bloody
shirt on tho walls of the Senate chamber,
Democratic tide, aud on several fences on
the Republican side.
Mr. Fitzsimmoiis was very gaily dressed
In a dramatic suit of black, bis interett
iug personality being surmounted by a
plug hat He visited the corridors looked
at the inscriptions over the committee
room doors, the refectory, and after the
latter paused before the door of the Com
mittee on Foreign Relations.
"This Is the place, I guess," Mr. Fitz
siminons was saying to himself, half-medi-tatively,
when the door was opened cauti
ously and a Senatorial head, bald and
pink-tinted, appeared at the opening.
"Hello. Bob! Come in," was heard very
distinctly as the "lanky" Bob, "Kanga
roo" Bob, the "victorious'' Bob, aud all
the other Bobs in one entered, and the
door was closed.
When Mr. Fitzslmmons came out an
hour afterwards with members of the
committee he was talking very seriously
and was assuring one or the committee
that "he had the stuff to say that it
wouldn't take him more than four rounds,
Marquis Canovas rules."
It was stated, though not officially, that
Mr. Fitzslmmons is to go down on the
relief ship to Havana and will return in
about two w.eeks with the belligerency belt
ami several hunches of bananas knocked off
on the spot.
It was also stated that Mr Fitzslmmons
was lobbying in the matter of the antl
klnetoscope bill for the District of Colum
bia, and gave Senator McMillan, of the
Dintiict Committee, a true account and ex
hibition of how It all happened out West.
Mr. McMillan looked fairly well after the
conference.
CENTRAL HIGH SCnOOL GAMES.
Annual Field nnd Handicap Sport-s
on Columbia Field.
More than ordinary interest is being
shown in the annual handicap atliietic
games wh'ch will be held this afternoon
on Columbia Field, at Seventeenth and C
streets, by the Athletic AbsociaUon or the
Central High School. The games will be
gin at 2 o'clock.
The events will Include the 100 and '00
ynrd dashes; 440 and 880 yard unil one
mile runs; high and broad jump-; pole
vault; putting shot; relay race, and i-ne
and two mile bicycle races
The number of entries in each event Is
very much larger than upon former similar
occasions, which shows the increasing
Interest taken in healthful sports at the
high EChool.
The young athletes have been coached
by Trainer William Foley, of Georgetown
'Varsity, and their work in practice reflects
great credit upon their able Instructor.
Liberal but fair handicaps have been
given, bnt these will not be made public
until the opening of the games this after
noon. The management wishes it to be an
nounced that there will be no charge for
admission to the games today, and there
will undoubtedly be a very large attend
ance of the friends of the athletes.
Following will be the officials of the
meet: Referee, H. English; starter, W.
Foley; timers, Messrs. Hay and Prindle;
scorers, Messrs. Test and Fink el; .n
nouncer, A. Early; measurer, C. 1'ount,
and clerk of course, II. C. Hoge.
I. AWN TENNIS TOURNAMENT.
The
Closest Game Was Between
Thompson and Clay.
The eleventh annual tournament of the
Southern Lawn Tennis Association was
commenced under most Tavorable condi
tions at the Bachelor Club courts yester
day afternoon.
The closest game of the afternoon was
between Thompson and Clay, the former
winning 3-0, G-3, 6-4.
GoodTellow hardly played up to his
accustomed form, although he succeeded
In defeating Wilcox by G-4, 6-2. Wilcox
did some pretty smashing In the first set,
and his placingturoughout was surprisingly
good.
Davidson disposed of T. M. Wilson by
the good margin of 6-2, 6-0. Wilson put
up a stiff game, but Davidson's whirlwind
I play was too much for him
F. 0. Warfield took H. Ogden into camp
by the score of 6-3, 6-3. "Warfield's game
was distinguished by some brilliant back
court work, and if he keeps up the pace
he may fight it out with some of the older
players In the finals.
Driscoll beat Major Hall with comfortable
ease by 6-3, 6-4.
Metcalf won from H. Doolittle by de
fault Play will be commenced promptly at 3
o'clock this afternoon on the courts of the
Bachelor's Club, M street, between Seven
teenth anil Connecticut avenue.
NEW MARKET SPRING MEETING.
Richard Croker's Rhoda II. Cap
tures the Ennlnp: Piute.
London, May 18. The New Market
second spring meeting opened on the New
market course today. The Ennmg plate
of 500 sovereigns for two-year-olds, six
furlong14, was won by Mr Richard Cioker's
hrnwn MIv Hhoda B. The Lord Zeat-
( land's St. Veronica was second, and Mr.
Leopold de P.othschiid's Galiuthia, third.
Nine horses ran
The betting was 6 to 4 against Rhoda B.
Rohisoh Tlenlcx a Rumor.
Cleveland, Ohio, May IS. -F. Dell Jtohl
son denies the report that comes from
Pittnburg, to the effect that there is uiy
disagreement between him and Andrew
Freedman, concerning railroad rates for
theNatioiril League t jam -s. Freedmau, he
CHAPMAN'S LIFE IN JAIL
Contented Behind the Bars, bnt
Fears Dyspepsia.
Millionaire Prisoner Will Conduct
IlUKlneos with Ills Office by Tele
phone IMeawimt Confinement.
With his personality buried under the
noncommUtlug title, "No. 326," Broker
Chapman yesterday passed the first day
of his sentence in the District jail most
pleasantly, as he declared.
Indeed, there is very little reason why
lie should complain, as everything that
money can do to soften his lmpriionmeut
has beeji done by his friends, and but
for the rc&trlctlon upon his liberty he
could easily imagine himi-.eir in his own
home.
The cell which Is to be his abiding place
for the next thrity days has been fitted up
with furniture taken from one of the rooms
at the Arlington, even to a well-selected
library and a nursery refrigerator, con
taining a t-tockof dainties from which he
can at any timd supply tiinsclf with an
appetizing lunch. From 10 to 2 dally he
I has the freedom of theblg airy jail corridor,
in which to receive his frien&s and read
the newspapers, or which a full supply is
sent to him regularly. Added to this is
an Inexhaustible stock of choice Havanas
and meals served by the Arlington.
Mr.. Chapman's only fear is that, de
prived or the exercise to which he is ac
customed, he will contract indigestion.
For this reaon he has Instructed Manager
Bennett, or the Arlington, who superin
tends his cuisine, to serve him with meat
only once a day and to make bis menus as
light as pofslbla
Yesterday Mr. Bennett, who was the
rirst of the millionaire prisoner's long list
of visitors, suggested another method of
relieving the ennui and or frustrating the
purpose of Imprisonment.
"I say. 'Chap,' " he said, "why don't
you communicate with your office daily
by telephone?"
T had not thought of thnt," the broker
answered. "I did not know I could use
the 'phone. Can I, Mr. Leonard?" he
continued to the warden, who was stand
ing by.
"Why certainly, Mr Chapman," was
the answer. And the big stock broker
will continue to direct the business of
his office exactly as if he were stated
at his own desk.
Among Chapman's other visitors yester
day were Judge Dlttenhoefer and Judge
".Tere" Wilson, his counsel; John Mc
Cartney, and Sugar Magnates Havemeyer
and Searles.
They all spent considerable time with
the broker, chatting and laughing, and
evidently considering the matter a huge
Joke.
Mr. Chapman himseir evidently regards
his novel experience somewhat in that
light, and in a letter to Mr. Bennett yes
terday scratched out the usual date line
and placed In its stead the words "Jail
annex."
Iron nill Entries.
Iron Hill, May IS. Tomorrow's entries:
First race Six furlongs. New South,
Arthur M., Baritone Hit HO each: Heln
T , Belle of Australia, Brlghenni!-, Our
Rouse, Lucy T., Ludrita, 105 each; Black
Velvet, 107.
Second race-Six furlongs Selling. Gon
zales, Dick Lovell, 112 each: Con Lucy,
Sebastian, Arline, Gold Dollar, Frank R.
Harf, First Light, 10T each; Harry a, 102;
Cakewalk, 100.
Third race Four and one-hair furlongs.
Selling. X-Rays (formerly Jack Diver),
11: Kirkover, Forest, Startling, Irvanna,
109 each; Ecllefonte, 107; Marguerite II,
105; Altonwood, 103;Nejaunee. 95.
Fourth race Five furlongs. Selling.
Tioga, Otto, Parthean, Advance, Duncan
and Forenso. 107 each; Peep o' Pay II.
Beit, Juauita and Eunice, 105 each.
Fifth race Five furlongs. Selling. Filly
Commodore Roughau and Heresy, 107
each; Queen of Berlin, Tathena and Ida
May, 105 each.
Sixth rare Five furlongs. Selling. Aus
tin, 112: BelisariiiB, Canada Jack and Matt
White, 109 each; Minnetonka, "Lottie F.,
Annie E. and Athol, 017 each; Miss Julia,
100; Shade, 100.
Favorites Win at St. Eouis.
St. Louis, May IS. Five ravoritcs and
an outsider won today The winners were:
Tom Murphy, 7 to 10; Dr. WalmIcy,l to
4; Sorrow, 3 to 1; Danlluger.even; Pelles,
4 to 1; Jane, 12 to 1.
Louisville Races'.
"Louisville. May 18. The winners today
were: Cavalcro, 1 1 to 10: Pink Coat, 6 to .".
Urania, 3 to 5; Brauna, 12 to i; wane
Oak, 20 to 1.
Jolly Fat Men's Excursion.
The sixth annual complimentary excur
sion or the Jolly Fat Men's Club will t
given to River View this evening, and a
large crowd is expected to take advantage
of the fine weather for au evening's pleas
ure at this popular resort. The club will
give its sixth annual and grand prize
excursion to the same place on Monday,
June 1 1, The holder or each ticket on
this excursion has a chance to win a
handsome buggy, a gentleman's gold
watch, a ladies' gold watch, a magnifi
cent silver set, an eight-day clock, or
some other valuable prize- The draw
ings ror these articles will take place in
the evening at the View- The usual Fat
Men's .sports will be held, among them a
game of ball between the Fat Men's nine
and a strong District amateur team.
The Jolly Fats' day at River View is too
well known to need any rurthcr mention.
Dr. Nicholas Murray Butler, of Columbia
University, New York, delivuied an imr-st-lcctur
under the rrf-riree r f tl e PcUetvof
Philosophical Inquiry at the Columbain
University yesterday arternoon
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