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HE TIMES, WASHiKGTOS. tfflpAX JCldT 15, 1899.
IBBGBB IS BATTBD HABDll
Louisville Wins From tlie Senators
Through Slick Work.
I'lit Ill, ItpsriJtliicr In 1'ive lines, ia
(lie Tlilnl IunliiK. TnriiH tlic Tide of
A lclor in (lit- Direction or the VI
Itor Voo(1n Driven rVom the Ilo
unil llitliitiii KiuishcH the Game,
now thh ci.uns
wl-"-i.i i. . Wen.
St. Louis 43
Cincinnati 36 '
New York 32
Washington 25 .
Oct eland 12
Lost. Ptr Ct.
GAMES 1 !SsTi:ilDAT.
IiOCjIni illr, .j WnNliincrton, it, '
t?t. 'Luiil, :i; .e tori, 1.
llrookl?n, I: CIiU-iiko, IE.
JloNton, "; Iitttlurf?, O.
l'lillmleliiliiii. !l: Cincitinntl, !.
Baltimore, l.'t; CIe elunil, 1.
.blilsvlllc nt 'WnHltinton.
Iltlliurfr ut TitiMttin.
Chienso nt Ilmol.! n.
St. Lou1h nt Ni-w nrk.
Cfnrlnnnll ill I'liillliU-lpliIn.
Clciclnnd at Itiilllmorc.
Mercer received his first real "trounc
ing" of the season at the hands of the
Colon!? yesterday. In the third inning
they opened up on his curves and when the
smoke of battle had rolled away, it was
discovered that the visitors had hit safely
fire times in succession and that as
man) earned runs had crossed the plate.
This was enough to win the garae, and
although the locals fought aliantly to
overco'nc the lead, it as Impossible. Tho
contest did not go to the Colonels through
any fluke, but the victory was clean-cut
and thev dpsr-rvpd thpir nicenss.
It looked as if the contest were destined
to be a walk-over for the Irwlnites in the '
first fe rounds. O'Brien and Mercer eac'i j
put the ball into tie right field seaU for
home runs, hit the Senatorial twirler lost
his cunning In the thlnl and Manager
Clarke saw an opportunity to win the
game and accordingly sent V,'ooa to the
bench and called on PbilippI to finish the
performance In tbe centre of th diamond
The latter had excellent control and good
judgment, and he crawled out of manv a
tight place with credit to himself and bio
The Senators hit the ball hard, but the
Louisville fielders soon realized tho
character of the batting nnd played near
the fence. Dexter made a couple of catches
that leaked good for home runs, and
Clarke and Hoy also did marvelous work
in the field. In the first Inning O'Brien
sent the ball Into the bleachers, and in
the third Mercer duplicated the trick.
Dexter saw the condition of affairs and
lolled against the- railing of -the light
fieid seats for the rest of the game, if he
had played in closer several balls that he '
capiureu wouiu caie esciiyeu mm cu
prob'ably bounded into the seats.
McGann did not arrive yesterday, and
Harry again plajed first base, and did it
well. The signing of McGann does not
mean tie release of Barry. The latter has
shown his worth as a utility man, and he
will be kept la this capacity. Kittridge
caught an excellent game, his throwing to
bates being especially fine. Padden's run
of hard luck seems to hae reached an end,
and his playing yesterday could not hate
Vioiri eiTTTj;f(l. Ttnnnpr wns ih, onlv pn?
of the locals who was found wanting, he !
having two errors charged against blm.
Elaglo began the game by fouling to
Wagner. O'Brien follow i& with a home run
9n the Tight field seats. Athexton singled
jo crntro and went to third on Bonner's
single to right. Freeman hit a grounder to
Cllngman, and he and Bonner were the vic
tims of a double play.
The Colonels also scored in the first in
ning. Clarke filed to Padden and Hoy sin
gled to centre and stole second. Dexter
filed to O'Brien Bonner fumbled Wag
ner's hit and after he had recovered the
ball, tire wild to catch Hoy at tho plate.
Klttrjdge ran tho sphere to earth and
threw Wagner But while he was trying to
The Senators tripled their score in the
third Mercer sent a home run in the di
rection that O'Brien's had gone, and Sla
gle followed with a single. Slagle stole
second and O'Brien struck out in the at
tempt to sacrifice. Atherton's single scored
Slagle, but Bonner and Padden filed out,
retiring the slde-
Tne Colonels won the game In their half
of this round. Cllngman began proceed
ings with a double to centre, and scored
on Woods' single to right. Clarke hit to
right field for two bases, sending Woods
to third. Hoy singled and Woods scored,
Clarke going to third. Dexter bunted safe
ly and Clarke tallied. Wagner struck out,
but Kittridge let the ball escape him and
Hoy scored. Dexter going to third. Powers
hit to Padden, but the ball was not re
turned In time to catch Dexter at the
plate. Powers was caught in the attempt
to steal, and Ititchey filed to Slagle.
The locals added a pair In the fifth. Sla
gle reached second on Wagner's wild throw
and went to Uilrd and home on outs by
O'Brien and Ataerton, respectively. Bon
ner singled and came home on Freeman's
triple to deep centre. Treeman attempted
to stretch the hit into a homer, but was
caught at the rubber.
The visitors continued to score In their
1-Rlf of the fifth. Clarke singled and went
to second In Hoy's sacrifice. Dexter's sin
tie sent Clarke to third, and from there he
icored on Wagner's hit to Padden. Dexter
was caught at second on the play, and
Kittridge made a brilliant catch of Pow
ers' foul fly.
In tbe sixth Inning the locals scored one
on Barry's double and Cllngman's error.
This was tbe last run made by the home
team In the eighth the visitors made
their final tally on singles by Ritchey and
Cllngman and an infield out.
The umpiring of Smith was of a pyro
technic o-der. He made several bad de
cisions, but, to use the hackneyed expres
sion, plaed no favorites. One side suf
fered as badly as the other, and each suf
fered severely His mistakes seemed to
be fathered by incompetency and not by
favoritism. The Colonels will again be the
opponents of the Senators this afternoon
and by the courtesy of the gallant Colonel
Pulliam of the Louisville the ladies will
be again admltted'frce. The score
it AM IIXOTON'. All. It. IB PO. A .
ffajtle, ct . S "2 1 1 0 0
O'Biira, If 4 1110 0
Athcrton, Jb 4 0 2 2 3 0
Btmnw, 2b 4 12 2 4 2
Freeman, rf. 4O1000'
Padilcn, m 4 0 0 0 2 0
Barry, lb 3 110 0 0
Klttriifee, c 4 0 13 3 1
alerar, p 4 110 10
Totals S3 0 10 21 IS 3
AB. It. IB. 10 A. E,
Clar icr II 5 ; 2 2 0 0
Hoy, cf ,......,.. 3 2 3 1 1 0
Dcxltf, rf , 4 13 4 0 0
tt after, 3b r 4 0 0 3 0 1
Powers, lb 4 0 0 7 0 0
Ititehey, a 4 1 2 2 2 0
Zbzuurr, c 3 0 12 10
Clincman, es... 4 12 4 4 1
MoodM, p... 1110 0 0
PUJippi, p 3 0 0 0 10
Totals. 35 8 14 27 C 2
Washington ..... ., 10202100 0-fl
AuumIle ..10501001 xS
Home nin O'Drtn, Mercer, Tbrct-bite bit-
Frcnian Tv Imss lut-r-Karrj. Clarke. Dexter,
Clitsnun. Fip-t law on -balls Off Woods 1
Struck out Ilj Mm-cr S, by Mocfd 1, by I'Mlippj
3 IV-wl'Lall-KItlridrc. Pacnfitc luts-Iloj,
Zminier Stolen base Single, Mercer, Ho. Dou
We play l'hilippl, Clin;rman, and Powers; Pad
den, Bcnr.cr, jnd Ban, I.cft on bases lash
inston 4, Louisville C Ijirpirca bnv dcr and
S;mith Tunc cl game 1 hour arid SO minutes.
A BATTLE OF PITCHEHS.
On! IVmr HitN Znilc in tlic Gnmc nt
Boston, July 14 Nichols held Pittsburg
down to one hit today, while Boston made
but three off Chesbro. A base on balls, a
passed ball, and an error gare Boston two
runs, which Ron the game. The score:
BOSTON. It ID PO. A E.
FrWicc, cf 0 0 10 0
Trend, lb 0 0 13 1 0
Lonir, ss 0 12 2 0
Colllita, 3b 0 0 2 4 0
Duffy, If 0 10 0 0
Stafford, rf , 10 10 0
Lowe, 2b 10 13 0
Clarke, c 0 0 0 10
MclioU, p 0 1110
Totals. , 2 3 27 12 0
PiTTSBUiiG n. in. ro. a. r
Donovan, rf . " 0" 0 0 0 0
McCarthy, !t 0 0 4 0 0
Williams, 3b 0 0 2 3 0
B-aumoct, cf ,.V.....0 " t) 2 0 0
fklimer, c 0 0 2 0 1
Ely, es.,... 0 0,-1 3 0
O'llncA. -2b 0,0,0 4 0
Clark. 11. f ......'.. 0- 0113 0-0
CliCEbroJ p,r. 0 1 0 jl J3
Totals..... 7..:r.. V 1 21 13 2
Bcton 02000000 1-2
Pltfiiuru 0000000 00
Stolen baws DcnOTan. Sacrifice hits Stafford,
Fnsl.ec. lirst liasc on balls Off Nichols 2, off
Chcdiro 3 Struck out By Nichols 1, bj Che-bro
2. Paswl ball Sclinver. Tune cf game 1 hour
and 40 minutes. Umpires Lynch and Ccnnoll.
M'GTJERE'S GREAT WOEK.
lie Sncn the I)a for the SnpcrlinH
hj n Snlpmllil Stun.
N'cw York. July 14 The Brooklyns won
from the Chlcagos today in a hair-raising
game. In the ninth McJames ascended and
with the bases filled he got in a wild pitch,
which might have enabled the visitors to
tie the score. McGulre. however, made a
superb stop and hustled back to the plate
In time to nip DeMontreUHe for the third
out. McJamts was both effective and er
ratic. His sunport was not up to the
standard. Griffith, too. did not receive
the best backing, DsMontreville's errors
costing three of the four runs made by
Hanlon's men. The score:
BROOKLYN". K. IB. PO. . F
Jones cf 115 0 0
Keel -. rf... (.... 2 10 0 0
Klllej, If 0 12 0 0
Dal. 2b 0 112 1
Anderoa, 11 0 0 11 1 1
Dahlen, ss.V 0 0 15 1
Caer. 3b 0 2 0 3 0
Farrell, c 1 1. 0 4 3 1
ll.;nirc. c 0 0 3 0 0
McJames, p ;.... 0 10 3 1
Totals 4 7 2. 15 5
CHICAGO. It -IB. PO. A. K.
Kjan, If I 2 0 0 0
C-v-r. rl 0 O 3 0 0
Vot?P, Sb 0 0 12 1
langr, lb 0 0 11 0 0
alettes, cf 113 0 0
l!cCoTBlcl2b... ... ..., ,1 1 2,-4 0
DtMonterille, is 0 0 15 3
Donahue, c7. 0 0 3 10
Cnttith, p 0 0 0 10
Total 3 4 21 13 1
BrooUvn ..7 10001020 xV
Chicagj) 10100000 13
Tvo-bac hits Dalv. MeTames, Merte, ilc
Cormick. Three-base ht Ityan. Saciifice hit
11-OormfeV, DcnahL- fatnlen bace Kccler,
Dah, Cac, La'nce, ilrrt-s, McCormici,, Dona
liue First bar on errors Brooklyn 2, Chicago
3. Haes on lialls Off McJames 0, off Crifhth J.
'truck out Bi McJimcs 4. bj Griffith 1 Hit
bj pitcb-r By Griffith 1. Left on base Brook
lyn 7, Chicago fc. Double plats McJamc. An-dcr-n.
crd Farrell, 1) MontniHe. HcC-rmici,
and Lange. Time, 2 hojrs and 15 minutes. I'm
pircs hinslie and McDonald Attendance, 3,100
THE GIANTS DEFEATED.
The St. I.oiiIh I'lnjei-K Excelled on the
New York, July 14 New York outbat
ted and made fewer errors than St. Louis,
but the visiting players excelled In base
running and almost shut out Gleason's
men. Parent, late with New Haven, cov
ered second for St. Louis and showed up
well. The score:
st Loma n. is. po. a. r
Burkctt, If 0 12 0 0
Hejdrick, rf 10 2 0 0
Wallace, ss 114 3 0
Cross, 3b 0 0 2 4 0
Parent, 2b 0 ' 1 2 4 1
Tebai, lb 0 0 12 0 0
B'ale, cf 0 0 10 0
O Connor, c.. 0.1 2 1 0
Young-, p 110 3 1
Totals. 3 5 27 15 2
XT.5V VORIC It. Ill PO. A. E.
tan lialtrcn, cf 0 2 10 0
Tiernan, rf 0 0 10 0
DaL, es 0 2 0 3 0
Dojle, 111 0 0 14 0 0
Glrason, 2b 0 13 5 0
O'Brien, If 0 3 4 0 0
Cettij. 3b 0 0 0 2 0
Warner, c 114 2 1
Meikln, p 0 10 0 0
Crady 0 10 0 0
Totals. 1 11 27 12 1
Batted for ilcckin in the ninth
St. Louis 00100010 13
N'ew ork.. ."0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
First base on errors New York 1 Left on
bases t Louis 2, New ork 2 Home run
loung Two-base hit Ili Sto'cn bat Htid
nck. Double pays Dole (unassited) ; Parent,
Wallace, and Tibeau. First ba.- en ball Off
Meekm 3, off Icung 3. Struck oat lit Meekin 4,
by cunp; 1. Passed ball 1 arnrr. Wild p tdi
"Voung rmpires Manaau and Hunt Time of
game 2 hours and ten minutes. Attendance, 500.
HILI, IN GEEAT FORM.
The Clc.-Innil lliittcrt. llnntile to lilt
IIIm pee.lj Delitrrv.
Baltimore, July 14 Two errors gave the
Cleclands tho only run today. Hill was
entirely too speed) for them, while Bates,
who was quite wild was also hit and gae
the Orioles their runs In bunches. Itother
mel relieted McGran In the ninth, Harris
doing the same for Holmes. This was Har
ris' first League game, and he made a hit.
BLTIM0IIE. It- IB PO. A. E.
McCraw, 3b. 3 12 0 0
Holmes, If 10 0 0 0
Kelftcr, 2b 2 113 0
LaChanre, lb 2 3 13 0 0
Brodie, cf 12 2 0 0
Sheckard, rf 12 3 0 0
Mas-con, ss.... 0 12 2 2
Critham, c 0 0 3 0 0
Hill, p 2 2 0 2 1
Hams, If. 1110 0
Itotherroel, 3b 0 0 0 0 0
Totals. 13 13 27 7 3
crxvxnM). n. in. po. a. e.
Dowel, cf 10 4 0 0
Harly, If. -00300
Quinn, b 0 115 0
Sullivan, 3b 0 12 3 0
TucWr, Hi 0 0 13 0 01
McAimter, rf 0 0 0 0 0
Lrkbrad, re 0 113 0
fcchrk-trgot, c ,... 0 0 3 2 0
Bate, p 0 0 0 12
Totals.., l 3 27 11 2
Hilt!raoe- 12110035 013
CI e Hand l 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 01
I-eft en ba-Bali tmorc 7, Cleveland C Two
base hit NilIian Home run BrodJe. SacTilce
bit Brodif- Stolen lases Schreckengoet, Mc
Craw. Brodie, Lockhead 2. Fiist base on error
CleifUnd 2. Hnt base on balls Off Bates 0, off
Hill 1. Hit by pitched ball-By Hill 1, by Bates
1. Struck out By Hill 3. Wild pitchre-Bates
2. Time cf game 2 hours. Umpires O'Day and
McCarr. Attendance, 1,174.
'A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSE
FUL OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
THE QUAKERS BEAT THE BEDS.
DlHjrrncefnl -VrniiBllnK Mar h--Giune
nt PIilindcinlilR. '
Philadelphia, July 14 Philadelphia de
feated Cincinnati this afternoon in a game
that was punctuated from beginning to
end b) disgraceful wrangling. In the ab
sence of Gaffney Latham umpired alone
and made a sofff mess of it. TUi locals
.cn out in the eighth, when, with, two
on bases. Cress lined a fly oer Stenzei s
head. Both Miller and Cooley were eject
ed for tco much back talk. The score:
PHlLDrLPlIIA. It. IB. TO. A. E.
Ooolo, lb 114 0 1
Chiles, lb 12 2 0 0
Thnni. ,f 1 0 J 0 0
lM.lijnli- If- - 1 0 3 0 0 I
Lajoie, llr. a 1 4 3 0
Hick, If 12 2 0 0
Lauder, 3b 0 0 1 U 1
Mclarland, c. 2 2 4 2 0
Cro, ss. 12 4 10
Piatt, p 12 0 2 0
Donohue, p 0 10 0 0
Totals 8 13 27 8 2
C1C1NNATI. It. IB PO. A. IX
Miller, rf 1 1 2 u 0
aughn, rf 0 0 10 0
Wood, c. 10 0 10
Sttnzcl, tf. 1 1 0 0 U
SclUith, If. 0 12 0 0
Stcinftldt, ss. 0 115 2
Innn, -ib :. ..1 1 0 ,2 l
McPbci, 2b. :7.. 1 2" 4 2 U"
Bccklo, lb 0 "1 8 0 0
Phillips, p :. 1-1 0 i 1
Hank), p. ...... ;.......,. 0 1 0 3.1
Totals 0 10
Two bast .ms-Cooley, Chiles Slenzcl, StlLadi,
Mtl'hee. Th ret base hit MclMicc- Home run
Cio-s. Sacrifice hit Cross. Led on bjaca l'lnl
addilna 1, Cincinnati 1 Mrutk out li$ I'hUlipa
3, ljy IMatt r, by Honolulu 1. Double plajb
Thomas and Lauder; Tiat Cross and Chilis, La
joie and Cros. Stolen baes Cmles, HicKr Mc
rarland liiit bae on Ui!r-Oti Phillip) 4t off
Hawlej 3, a3 Piatt 1 Hit bj pitched tmli U
Phillijis 1 1 irtt bac on errors Philadelphia Zt
Cincinnati 2. lialk Phillips. Umpire Utlum.
Time 1 hour and 50 minutes. Attendance, 4,113.
GOSSIP OP THS DIAMOND.
cwi PnniKrapliH ADoat the Ins
natcN, Plnjcrs, "I Ctiiiurvs,
1 Union jmt Casey back m the game jcatcrdlj.
IIl leccivt-U a wckomms hand Irom the fans and
mjCt. tuo lau lruin tncu tr hard to get
Caj in lie JliGum dt-al, but llanlon was li.c
orabic in I is ruusaL Casej n one ol the' Ust
all around inan m the iajuc.
Tbe report comes from stw orL thai Catcher
AltJC hMilh iciuiti to come ti7 asmngiuii be
cause lis 1-is a buMrcss m 2sew vr& winch is
piohubic, tnd he tajs that be cannot aHord to
atrincc it. In tlut ta-e be had just as utii
aluiiuon Laacbail. iie tatunut atttnu to private
bb-iiiita m.cl gut his best fcimces tc a bau nub
at thu tdmc time.
In an emergency JlcOann can go behind the oat
and eaten - WkII as a iujjo.uj ol iUl. bath.
Brooklyn, Phlladeli h!a, Boslon, and Chicago
an. now Lurched in iue .o(W per cvnt (ulunui. Jt
is a bcauaiui Uu, and u i t,t wry wuivUit
to nam- the winitr. JilcJi atptuas uiwu tir-
1 rnidcnt Dryuss, of the Louisvilles, accomna
mi i.is lJud Jie is In a luciut name or mind
ana Mumdiriit tiidt tne Cu.ont.s iU aawn
tiiixr stanarit, Uiort the close oi tbe beaiou
Since UtChrnltj's decline, McCraw is hufitHn
to nnd anotiier tur p.ttbtr. lie will tmri 1.,
main.tt eo tuort on mat commodity. (
Sejiaour'a throw to the home plate, which was
uncocriU, Itt m three rLns arm e'ae tnc game
to lit.cDui- on Uiursua.i. lie ia Laid to be m a
bulking limine ,t imnu, and nn bau or. is vig-
Tlie addition of JIcGuir.' to Hanlon's catching
e'aii win auu much b.rtitth to ihe team. Jit
t.uire at prewiii I alllitttu with a batting slump,
but new fcurroiu.aias uuy dis pate this handicap,
and tut nuiML ot ju bat wiu be ajaiu htaid
ai3ut th2 ciamcnd
Mmtr, tln left bander signed bj Irwin, is Eaid
b peroi ,fiu l,ae wen both men piaj to be
mucn tuperior io 1 aiton.
Dorovan, row pitcLing for KIchrrond, will rc
ert to alungton at the clote of the Ulantic
League tcaon, uukt llamon dtsires his scniws.
All Atbcnon nctd to make h "i a fetor third
baseman id aggrchenc?, aia-urLnce, and a-tivitj.
iiif virtaei. ue cn attain it he dearw to do o.
If he would maim a Jew men at third, run otr
a few in the out and In fields, stand a base runner
or two on Ins bead, auu general conduct himself
liks a nun loadea with electrfeitj, he would be
the gitatcti in the builiitr&. buuda; iUool ball
p aing on't wan.
Barring Smith's txetrable work as an umpire
en bates, it was an enjoyable game for the tiic
Utois jtsterday. Is it not psdibts for PriEident
onn tu tlrport fcmlth for the balance of "the
McCuirc caught hw Initial game with the
Brcorfljis jtruroa, and, bv a beautiful play,
turned an impending dclcat into a victorj.
Hoy's magrificnt catch of freeman's lurd hit
ball taietl the Colonels lots of bother. It was
labeled for three bases
The Toronto tlub is again forging to the front.
Tl e figl t for inn int honors in that league is
the clotest known for jears.
Young in a fit of confidence and desperation
made a Iwrac run hit at the Poll Grounds yii-le-rda.
The- fanner bi lis excellent work th a
season gives twdcnie that he has hv.n rcseninj
The Washington team 13 ginng first cla?s en-tt-Tainnicnts
tbevc das. ot a man left the
grand ttand jeterdaj until after the eighth in
ning 'ou will hae to lue a dip net and a balloon
if 3011 'tpects ter git dem high ones m Butk
Krwman's," tjul a colored blcachcntt to Dejt
Txccpting the third inning Mercer pitched a
good game. He did not give a base on balls
nor hit a latkr. Ine clean hitt. were made off
him in that inning, scoring as many earned
The features of yesterdaj's game were the home
run hits of O'Brien and Mercer and the field us:
of Clarke and Ho.
The game letw(cn Boston ind Pittsburg jes
terdai as a .pitchers battle. Boston got but
three bits off Chet.1 ro, whil- Nichols let the
Pirates down with but one. It was one of the
mod interesting games of ball this season
1'Iny inpf for More limn a liccortl.
(From the Chicago Trilune.)
A bright fluh O'vcryprcad the face cf tbe noting
girl In the pink rliirt waist who sat in the
grand eland as the talwart loung man who had
played in the field in the first half of the in
ning stepped to the plate, bat in hand
"lane 'er out, old man!" "Thrce-bae bit!"
"Good bm '" "Heme run!" "Hit it in ile not-e!"
"f-wat it geed an hard!" sung out the trinks
Tbe stalwart young man carelcash lifted hU
rap, replaced it, gTapcd his tat with a firmer
bold, mord it in graceful circles oer bh
ehcuUler, while the pitcher wns doing the pre
limmaiy mFterious juggling with the ball that
marks jhe high priced plaxr, and as the leather
sphere it is the correct form to call it a leath
er frphcre came toward him like a rifle thot he
swung his 1 at.
"Mil" groanttl the crowd.
He had fanned the afr.
Thi pbraa is nlro the correct form
Again the high priced pitcher jufrgled the ball
myFtcTioucIj, and again it came like a rifle Jiot,
again the jourg man at tbe phu-e swung his
And again the crowd groaned.
The high priced catcher rolled the ba'I care
Icfolj down to third, put on hi ma-k, came cloe
Kbind the bat, spread his high priced legs apart,
placed hi handt on his kmes leaned forward,
and made an iminrrccptible signal to the high
The at crowd held iU breath.
Which is aIo the correct thing to do at a
critical moment like this.
Like a shot the ball bped toward the plate.
With a mighty lurge the joung athlete swung
his tat a third time
It emote onlj- the air.
Another groan burt from the crowd.
He had rot onljr struck out but put the side
"Mr. Spoonamcre." said the young woman In
the pink shirt wait, turning with pale cheeks
and flashing eves to the pimply faced oung man
who nt b her side, I faid 'no to jou the
other da. I say vcV now. I will many jou
whenever ou like'
THE RACING, CALENDAR.
Kennltn ati A extenln.
Brighton Beaclf,Alu 14. Track fast.
First race For two-j ear-olds; s.x fur
longs Montanic ?Oaom), to 1, won;
Maribert (Spencer), 1 to 2, second; Trum
pet (Claw son), -?o 1, third. Time,
Second race Forathrqs-)ear-oId3 and up
ward; selling, fiveofurlongs. Decide (Mc
Cue), 6 to 5, won; Enl (Miuhell), S to 1,
second; Emigre (Turner), 3 to 2, third.
Time, 1.01 3-5. i
Third race For three-year-olds and up
vard; handicap, one and one-fourth mi es
Knight of the Garter (Mitchell), 9 to 2,
won; Deeanter (O'Leary), 5 to 2, second;
George Bo)d vClawson), 5 to 2, taird.
Time. 2 CG 2-5.
Fourth race For two-year-olds; se ling;
fle furlongs. Waring (Odoni), 3 to 1, won;
Affect (McCue), b to 5, second; Fluka
(Bullman), 0 to 2, third. Time, 1.01 1-5.
Fifth race For ttree-year-olds; one
mile. Tho Kentuckian (McCue), 3 to 5,
won; Walt Net Van Kuren), 20 to 1, sec
ond; Sir Herbert (Turner), 7 to 2, third.
Time. 1:41 2-5.
Sixth race ror thfee-ycar-o'ds and up
ward; one and one-sixteenth miles. Ap
pronl vuorn), 4 to3, won; Capt. Sigsbee
(O'Lear)), G" to 5, .second, Guy Jacques
(Sims), 15 to 1, third. Time, 1:50.
Hawthorne, July 14.
Tirst race For maiden three-year-olds;
selling; six furlongs Kastaine (Jonesj,
5 to 1, won; Ramlet (Beauchamp), 2 to 1,
second; Jim . (N'araez), 15 to 1, third.
Time, 1:15 3-4.
Second race For two- ear-olds; selling;
five and one-halt furlongs. Decoy (Math
ews), 9 to 2, won; Merito (Vitltoe), 2 to 1,
second; Maharajah (Rutter), 7 to 2, third.
Time, 1:08 1-4.
Third race For three-j ear-olds; secn
furlongs. Helen's Pet (Vltitoe), 15 to 1,
won; Doney Boy (Seaton), 3 to 1, second;
Brlgado (Everett), 4 to 5, third. Time,
Fourth race ror four-year-olds and up
ward; selling, one and one-eighth mllei:
Egbart (Bloss), 5 to 2, won; Robert Bon
ner (Rutter), 5 to 2, second; Elkin (Tabor),
!) to 2, third. Time, 1:533-4.
Tifth race For three-year-olds and up
ward; one mile. Jolly Roger (Frost), 1
to 2, won; Jim McCIeevy (Vitltoe), 20 to
1, seconl; Dutch Comedian (Dean), G to 1,
third. Time, 1:41 1-4.
Sixth race For two- ear-olds; selling;
five and one half furlongs. Unsightly
(Beauchamp), C to 5, won; Erlador (Book
er), 15 to 1, second; Nellie Regent
(Knight), 5 to 1, third. Time l'CS.
Fort Erie, July 14.
First race For four-year-olds and up;
selling; six furlongs Farm Life (Fore
hand), 5 to 2, won; Eleanor Holmes (Bo
land), 6 to 1, second; La Mascotta (Mc
Gann), 15 to 1, third Time 1:15.
Second race For maiden two- ear-olds;
selling; four and a half furlongs. Garter
(Songer), 6 to 1, won; Arlsto (Forehand),
6 to 1, second; La Vitesse (Boland), S to
1, third. Time 0.501-2.
Third race ror three-year-olds and up;
six furlongs. Flagof Truce (Mclntre),
7 to 2, won; Kips CarnUal, 6 to 5, second:
Sir Christopher (Boland), 6 to 5, third.
Time 1:14 1-2. '
Fourth rac! For two- ear-olds; selling;
fie furlongs. Tickfull (Ross), 7 to 5, won;
Statlra (Gardner), 5. 16 2, second; Foneda
(Landr), 6 to 1, Ihtra: Time 1:02 1-4.
Fifth race For-jthree-year-olds and up;
selling; one and one"-e!ghth miles Home
like (Mclntyre), ( to 1, won; Kitty Re
gent (Forehand), C to 5, second; Cnthia
H. (Boland), 3 to 2, third. Time 1:54 1-4.
Sixth race Forfour-year-oId3 and up;
selling; six furlongs. Sallie Lamar
(James), S to 1, wdn; Dick Warren (Card-,
ner), 2 to 1, second; Annie Lauretta (Fore
hand), 0 to 1, thirJ,- -Time 1:14 1-2.
St. Louis, Julyt4f Track fast.
First race rpr. maiden two-year-olds;
flCe furlongs. San .Cecilia (Jenkin3), 3 to
5, won; Rose Canon (McJont), 5 to i,
second. Coral (Houck), 10 to 1, Jhlrd.
Second race For tbree-year-oltls and
upward; selling; six furlongs. Hofen
stauffen (Conlcy), 7 to 1, won; Villmar
(Jenkins), 20 to 1, second; Lulu W (Mc
Joynt), 2 to 1, third. Time, 1:16 1-2.
Third race For three- ear-olds and up
ward; selling; six and a half furlongs.
Imp King Gold (rro3t), 0 to 5, won; Whis
per Low (Houck), 10 to 1, second; Tojrth
Ward (Gilmore), 7 to 1, third. Time, 1:23
Fourth race ror three-year-o'ds .nl
upward; two miles Ed Farrell (Jenkins),
8 to 5, won; Crocket (Frost), 3 to 5, sec
ond; Kodak (McJont), 20 to 1, third.
Time. 3:33 1-4.
Fifth race ror two-year-olds; s x fur
longs. Hachmeister (Ho'den), 6 to 1, won;
Silent Friend (Powers), 10 to 1, second;
Sidbow (Conley), 4 to 5, third. Time,
Sixth race ror three-year-olds anl up
ward; selling; one mile. Eitho in (Mc
Jont), 7 to 1, won; Klsme (Jenkln3), 2 1-2
to 1, second; Dr. Graves (Patton), 2 to 1,
third. Time, 1:42 3-4.
I?ntt!-M for 'lnilii.
Brighton Beach, July 15.
rirst race Welter weight handicap; all
ages; one and one-sixteenth miles. Max
imo Gomez, 130; Marsian, 113.
Second race For two-year-olds; six fur
longsPost Haste, Waxtaper, 122, Sad
ducee, 119; Xansen, 115.
Third race For all ages; fue furlongs
Imperator, 126; Voter, Abuse, Tloronso,
Opaque, Merry Day, Continental, 120; St.
Callatine, 115: Satin Slipper, 114; Hello
bas, 113; Lady Lindsay, Gaze, 108, Ten
derloin, Decimal, 87.
rourth race The Nautilus; for three-year-olds;
one and one-sixteenth miles
Martimas, 121; Little Saint, Captain Sigs
Fifth race For three- ear-olds and up
ward; selling; one mile Marshall, 10S;
Nautch Girl, Acrobat, Utopia, 107; Mau
rice, IOC; Itinaldo, Zanone, Wolhurst, Ros
sifer, Lansdale, 103; Galathee, Rare Per
fume, 102, St. Lorenzo, 95; Lcplda, S4.
Sixth race The Rinchtown Handicap
Steeplechase, oicr full course Llonheart,
1C3; Dr. Catlett, 159, Rhelnstrom, 13J, De
capod, 150; King T., 149; Perion, 138; The
Tory, 137; Iranian, 135.
Seventh race Selling; one mile Twin
kler, 112; Hanwell, 105, Marlti, Donation,
105; Baritaria, 103; Sam McKeeer, 102;
Blueaway, Mordecal, 101, Theory, 97; Belle
of Troy, 95, Sister Fot, 93; Tyrian, 91;
Hawthorne, July 15.
Tirst race For two-year-olds; fle fur
longs Princess Thyra, 115; Highland Lad,
112; Etta, Zerlba Diana Tonso, 109; Mit
ten, Za Za, 103; Hagerdon. Roal Dare,
Ed Wagner, 101; Raensooi CaUar, Rus
ticus, 104; Scarlet Lilly, Aloha II, Tame
Mouse, Soundnood, Martin Duke, 101.
Second race For three-year-olds and
upward; selling; one mile. Plecola, 107,
John F. Vogt, Charlo, Teutons, Seattle,
Tacade, Heroics, Uhlers, 103, Pat Garrett,
Mayine M. M , Racivan. Lillian Reed, Han
light. Defender ir, 103; Vie Lamont, Rosa
Masso, Rosavannah, Trla, 101.
Third race For thee- ear-olds and up
ward; handicap: one mile. Cherry Leaf,
111; Branch. 1077 Prince Blazes, 102; Jolly
Roger. 98: Tho Lady In Blue, Carl C, 92.
Tourth race ror three- ear-olds and
upward; selling; one and one-sixteenth
miles Elkin, 113; Isabey. 112; Frank
Thompson. Molo, 110, Grazlella, 109; Nar
da, 107; Samovar. 106; Del Paso II, 103;
Einstein. Bon Jour, 104, Tony Licalzi.
Elldad, 102; Woodranger, 103, Briggs, Vice
Regal, 101; MUs Ross, 99, VInetta, Isen, 57.
Fifth race Steeplechase Handicap; full
course. Jack Hayes, 162; Col. Wlghtman,
158; Gypcleer, 133; Zufallig, 133; Ten
Sixth race For all ages; one mile. The
Winner, Carncro, 114, riamraarion, 112,
Indio, Three Bars, 109; Her Favor, Bright!,)
S , Tin Craft, 107; Harry Lee, IOC; Algaret
ta, Limenater, 102; Native Son. 99; Eve
lyn Byrd, April's Lady, 97; McBrie, 94;
Effle L , Ramlet, Emma Smith, 92.
St. Louis, July 15.
Tirst race ror three-year-olds and
upward; selling; one and one-eighth
miles. Gomez, Reuben Duett, Ups and
Downs, 107; Moralist, 103; Mr. Pip,
103; Don Clarrcnclo, 102; Hush, 1I-
2 I -4 " - " ' .1
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All our swell summer clothing- has fallen under the ban of
reduction. Clothing is included ia this stunning proffer, tbe like
of which is seldom found. The unusual finish, the perfect cut
of the clothes denote the masterwork of the best American tail
ors. The finest weaves are to be found in these immense assort
ments. Plain and Fancy Cheviots, Homespuns, and natty Wor
steds. They're right up to the topmost notch in style, made in
single and double-breasted sacks. Men who are hard to please
will find their ideals here. Men who are hard to fit will find sat
isfaction in the midst of such an array. They are all "Dyren
forth" suits. Made by us and to fit your needs. We make the
offer of our lifetime in giving you your pick at so sensational a
reduction as $5.90.
M Dyrenforih & Co
I 92 3 Pa. Ave.
voll, 99; Almante. Frlskal, Valid. Tu
clno, Can-I-See-'Em, 97; Nettie Belle, 95.
Second race For three- ear-olds and
upward; one and one-fourth miles. Judge
Steadman, 106; Demonthenes, 97; School
Girl, 93; uniraura, ay; irimmer, x,u.uau,
TM.-.1 rf- Hjindlcnri: for two-vear-
.1,1. o, n. .1T.H rno-Mt9 fiir!nn?3- Wood-
trlcc', 107; MI33 Mae Day, Ida Ledford, 103;
Dissolute, Maud Wallace, iv-; jora nu.
sey, Sen-Sen, 98; Elbe. Felix Bard, 97;
Arthur Behan, Can Robert, 95.
Fourth race For three- ear-olds and
upward, handicap; six furlongs. Tulla
Fonso, Kensington. 102; Magnolia, Head
Water,' l6l; 'Tom Collins, 99; Applejack,
977-AiIcviate, 95; Si.ver Set, 94; Cappy, 9ft.
rifth race For three-year-olds and up-
.ii-rl. liflnfltMn nnp nnd nne-slxtecntti
miles Raffaello, 110; Lady Callahan, 103,
Gaston, 94; Guide Rock, Pinochle, 90.
Sixth race For three- ear-olds and up
ward; selling; one and one-eighth miles.
Duke ot Bauen, lira; i;ismore, oir iiuua,
99; Charlemagne, 9S; Imp, 93; Trancis
Ca,mn.h mfo TVi! t hrpr-vpnr-ol.la and
upward; selling; one and cne-elghth mlle3.
Ace, ill; traveler, iua; air josepa win
ter. Montcdonlco. 107: Ransom, IOC; Bar-
bee, Forbush, 104.
Tort Erie, July 15.
First race For all ages; six furlongs.
Bob Leach, Big Night, Surrogate, 101;
Lauretta D , 102; Miss Rowena, 100; Prince
Plausible, Hapsbjrg, A. McKnight, Red
Admiral. SC; Dolly Regent, Tho Light, 91,
Second race For maiden two-ear-o!ds;
selling; four and one-half furlongs
Stites, Cariboo, 107; Harvest Queen, Eous,
King Joshua. Phllittus, 104; Julia Owens,
Barbarian, Grumble, Two Annies, Celeatls,
Verna K., Miss Dark, 101.
Third race For three- ear-olds and up
ward; selling; one mile. George Kratz,
Beau Ideal, 107; Ein, 106; Guilder, 103;
Allio Belle, 102; Tony Honing. 101; Lady
of the West, 99; Old Sangus, 98; Chantllly,
96; Mischief Maker, 89; Tendresse, 86.
Fourth raec Queens'own Plate; for two-jcar-old
fillies; Ave furlongs A paca, 113;
Aurea, 110; Backwater, ICO.
Tilth race For thrce-year-o'ds and up
ward; selling; seven furlongs. Rideau,
Beguile, Judge Warden, Quaer, 107;
Damocles, 106; Balllsta, 104; Shieldbearer,
103; Night Bell, rerclta, 101; Bro TreJ,
100; Col. Cluke, 9S; Fred Perkins, 95,
Sixth race Handicap Steeplechase; short
course Onzcca, 132; Pommery II, 12S,
Billy Baker, 123; McAllister. 130; Dr.
O'Brien, 129; La Colona 140; Burnap, Eli
Kendlg. 150; Tlo W., 130; Phllal, 140; Col.
Rowles. Dousterswivel, 130; "Black Jim
Tips on TikIhj'x KtentH.
Selections for Brighton Beach. July 13:
First race Maximo Gomez, Marsian.
Second race Sadducee, Post Haste, Nan
sen. Third race Continental, Gaze. Satin
rourth race Martimas, Capt. Sigsbee,
Fifth race Maurice, Rinaldo, Gallathee.
Sixth race Llonheart, Dr. Catlett, Deca
pod. Seventh race Theory, Marlti, Sister Fox.
Selections for Hawthorne, July 15:
Tirst race Highland Lad, Princess Thy
ra, Diana Fonso
Second race Uhlers, Piccola. Heroics.
Third race Cherry Leaf. Jolly Roger,
Tourth race Bon Jour, Uarda, Molo.
Fifth race Col. Wightmau, Jack Hayes,
Sixth race Indra, Carnero. Limewater.
Selections for St. Louis, July 15:
Tirst race Almante, Can I See 'Em,
Second race Chimera, Judge Steadman,
Third race John Halsey, Sen Sen,
rourth race SIher Set, Alleviate, Ap
plejack. Fifth race Raffaelo. Gaston, Lady Cal
lahan. Sixth race Sir Rolla, Duke of Baden,
Seenth race Ransom, Sir Joseph List
Selections for Fort Erie, July 15:
First race Prince Plausible, Larkspur,
Second race; Eous, Stites, Cariboo.
Third race Mischiefmaker, Beau Ideal,
Tourth race: Aurea, Alpaca. Backwater.
Tlfth race Col. Clarke, Ballista, Judge
Sixth race Philae, EH Kendig, Black
Will Trj to llr.-nl, the Record.
Harry Elkes. the noted cyclist, will at
tempt to reduce the world's record for one
mile on the Park cycle track next Wed
nesday. J. D. Lasley yesterday engaged
the celebrated racer for the trial, and
Elkcs has high hopes of reducing the
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AMERICANS SURE TO WIN.
British biiortsmen Tlilnk "Well tif the
Ynlt-IIni- nr.I Teiim.
London, July 11. Secretary Herbert, of
the Amateur Athletic Association, will
make a complimentary isit to the Tale
Harvard athletes at Brighton on Sunday.
The names of the Americans hae not yet
been submitted for the approval of the
association, yet Burke and Quintan, whose
standing as amateurs has been question
ed, will probably ba allowed to compete.
Mr. Herbert thinks that the Americans
are sure to win, as the British teams are
backward in their training and will not
hae time to get in form before the games
take place. The American, trainers real-
I ize the necessity of gradually getting the
.ue.. uunu iu iieuvy wurit uuur lue pro
longed rest, so this afternoon they were
taken to Preston Park and put through
practice similar to that of yesterday, but
slightly more severe. The runnera were
sent oer the turf easily for half the dis
tance of the events in which they will
compete. The hurdlers tried a few jumps
over fences, and the hundred- ard men
practiced getting away from the tape.
There Is no place in the park available for
jumpers, consequently their work was con
fined to limbering up exercises. W. A.
Boal and II. J. Brown, both of Harvard,
had hammers out. They were not called
upon to exert themselves, but It was evi
dent that they had suffered a little in form
after their long rest. Captain Fisher and
Dixon Boardman, both of Yale, came to
Londcn tcday to try the corners of the
track at Queen's Park. Tho others will
join them tomorrow, and all will return
In the eening to Brighton. Chairman
Wendell, of the athletic committee of the
American universities, said today:
"We are greatly pleased with the excel
lent condition of the men. Thus far there
are no evidences of the anticipated bad
elects cf the climate. From present in
dlcat'ons the Americans are fit to do their
best a week from today." Hundreds of
local sportsmen watched the men at work
thi3 afternoon and became enthusiastic
over the form and appearance of the Amer
'A CAT ADOPTS A RAT.
Tlirouprli Her Truluiiirr He Ueceines
a Great Mormer.
(From the N"ew York Sun.)
Steuben, Me , July 7. rorbes Baker, of
this village has one of the most remarka
ble mcusei3 in the country In a trained
rat. Haling driven all the rats and mice
from his cwn premises, the rat Is now do
ing odd Job3 for the neighbors.
This rat's odd propensities are no doubt
dje to the influence of his adopted moth
era big maltese cat owned by Mr. Baker
and rated the best mouser in Steuben Last
winter she gave blith to kittens. One day
she came upon a cung rat and took him
to the kittens. Mr. Baker supposed that
she intended to give her young ones their
first Itcson in. tha art cf rat-killing; but
the old cat had nc such intention, for in
stead of efferirg to Injure the helpless
crtature, or allowing her kittens to do
so, she adopted the rat. and made him a
useful factor in her household. The kit
tens, toe, seemed to take to the rat, and
as the rat grew apace with them, ate,
slept, and played with them, they accept
ed him as a brother, and were contented.
When liter the mother cat began to teach
her children to catch mice and rats, as a
means cf livelihood the rat entered with
much spirit into the game. Finally the
old cat sav. that her adopted child was
about the most ardent rodent hunter of the
lot. despite his ancestry, and she seemed
satisfied and at once sent them all out to
make their own way in the world. Mr.
Daker disposed of the kittens, but kept the
rat, now full grown. The rat has since
waged a merciless war on the whole rat
kingdom In Steuben. He still foPcvs the
old cat about tho house, and the two are
as attached as mother and child.
A UNt'liilc .if il Viiuiitijin.
(Rome Correpondcrce Pall HjII Gazette )
It would seem as though the "Apot'e of
Beauty," as they call hero Gabriele d'An
nunzio, the well-knovn author, had al
ready followers. The other day there ar
rived In Ron'e, bareheaded and on foot a
young man, tall and broad-backed, with
sunburned face, hair curling on his
shoulders, wearing sandals, and clad from
head to foot in spotless white, his gar
ment being rot unlike the toga in shape
but more roomy. This strange and ar
resting figure attracted the attention of the
idlers In the street, hut went on calmly,
apparent! unconscious of the Interest ha
' To the question as to why he dressed in
that manner he replied animated! "Is
this not the costume of the really frao
man? In my travels I find alvva3 water
with which I keep myself spotles3, and
thus I spread my propaganda."
"Propaganda! What propaganda?" was
the interested question.
"Why, that of the Beautiful, of cojrse.
It Is my mission to construct on Monte
Mario (a hill over Rome) a largo and ex
quisite forum of beauty, which will be a
temple of art because art is the religion
of civilization an asylum for those realy
to work for tho Beautiful."
"And OU, do you intend to continue as
"Why, of course. My wants are few, and
I ask nothing for myself, I do not smoke,
because smoking agitates the brain. I do
not drink, because wine agitates the blood.
I eat only vegetables. The money which I
receive will be hoarded until it la sufficient
SI'CCI VI, NOTICE.
(Filed July ljTissoT jflt. YoinTsrciert)'""
IX THE SCPBEME COURT OF THE DISTRICT
OF COLUlBIt, TUB OTII DVY OF JLIA
1S9U.-M UtTII V E. WOODRUFF vs. ttiul
MM tl. WOODRUFF. No. 205(2. Equity
On motion ol the plaintiff, by Mr. Frank D.
BlackMone, her solicitor, it fa ordered that the
defendant. M lliam U YA,,ft . ... ...
pearance to be entered herein on or before the
...ti. run? my occurring lorty uays after this
day, otherwise the causj will be proceeded with
as in case of default.
The object of this suit U to obtain an absolute
divorce frnm th., Iw-?nrt nf ,,.,- .-,... ,.
By the court:
(Seal) E F. BIXCILUI, Ctlel Justice, etc.
A true cop Tesir , ,
J R. lOUNC. Clerk.
By H J. JIEK,S, Jr., Ascrtant Clerk.
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G. B. Wniriit Mds 0-.t- P - urn r,rball, Mich.
to carry out my design Life is only worth
living for the Beautiful"
The new- prophet of Beauty, who is not
unworthy in appearance ot such a propa
ganda, is a young Italian, Lulgi Loporfhla,
of Matera, In the south, who at thirteen
years of age went to the United States
without knowing even how to read and
write. Schools, he says, destroy the fresh
ness and vigor of the Intelligence At
nineteen he was a sculptor of small origi
nal figures, judged ot no little merit. And
now? How- he came to his present pass is
unknown, but he is happy and firmly be
lieves in his Forum of Beauty overlooking
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