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NEW BRlT ; TNf DAV v HERALD MONDAY SEPTEMBER?: 13, 1913. y I I f t I - V V FAIR KB TD)ICTQ)jT ml Tuesday Sept 14; Wednesday, Sept. 15; Thursday, Sept. 16; Friday, Sept. 17 $3,000 VAUDEVILLE PROGRAM THREE TIMES DAILY $2,000 FIREWORKS DISPLAY EVERY NIGHT ELECTRICAL DISPLAY DAZZLING MIDWAY DANCING BAND CONCERTS BALLOON ASCENSIONS DAILY ' , " b ,t-;i 4i'. jf tr??, t HORSE RACES Wednesday 2:18 TROT. PURSE $500.00. - 2:28 TROT. PURSE $300.00. 2:21 PACE OR TROT. PURSE $300 Thursday 2:25 TROT. PURSE $500.00. 215 PACE. PURSE $500.00. 2:27 PACE. ' PURSE. $300.00. , . Friday 2:13 "PACE. PURSE $300.0b. 2:16 PACE OR TROT. PURSE $300 . 3" EXHIBITS At This Fair Displays by State Departments and Institutions Vill Be Featured. SEE THE CATTLE SHOW AND OTHER LIVE STOCK EXHIBITS. ADMISSION Days 50c; Nights 25c; Season Tickets $2. Parking Space Reserved for Autos 'EXCURSION RATES ON RAILROAD INCLUDE ADMISSION TO GROUNDS 1 BROOKLYN AGAIN IN SECOND PLACE Dodgers Hit at. Opportune Times fi and Make Them'Count i St. " Liouis, Sept; , I, The Dodgers bunchedi-their hits in the closing in nings yesterday and scored... a 4 to 2 vlctoryover f the Cardinals. In the sixths two passesy a sacrifice and a k single py Myersueu me cuuni. uau 'bert'-drove m a;run off Robinson in the' seventh '- and; scored one off Meadows in. the ninth. ,The Cardinals had runners on' second and third with two out in -the ninth when Rpche was .'tossed out by, Getz. ; The score: ' . . -.' . vv ''' , ' r. h. e. Brooklyn I... i. . 00.0002101 4. 9 1 'St. .Louis' iir?. 4,. i.010.010000-2 8 1 VsiBatteries: ni Pfeffer and McCarty; Ames, Robinsony Meadows and Sny der: , w PIRATES NO MATCH I FOR ANNEX TEAM JVehf WUd As Hawk. Chicago, Sept. 13. The Cubs de feated Boston, yesterday, 6 to. 3. The Braves were: leading in the sixth, 2 to (.. when Nehf grew wild. Two passes, ntwo "singles and , a double eave the tSibs three runs in , this inning. In the: eighth two , passes, a' single and sacrifice fly counted two more. Bos ton filled the bases in the ninth with none out and got one run on a double pplay. .The score: r. h. e. Boston - 000101001 3 ,7 2 Chicago ...01000302 6 6 1 . Batteries: Nehf, Ragan and Gowdy; Vaughn, Lavender and Archer. East Enders Show Haughty Pirates Some Fat Baseball; . 1 Win 6-2. ' The Annex swept the Pirates off their feet by their fast paying at, Wal nut Hill i Saturday afternoon, . and as a consequence the Pirates were, easily subdued by a score of , 6 to , 2. Blanchara toyed with the losers; and never had ' to extend himself.; A total of 13 men clouted the air in a futile attempt to connect- with his curves. The East End boys got their wrecking crew in action 'in the first inning., A. Blanchard walked bui was forced by Schneider., T. Blan chard smashed a double over the tennis courts, and Holleran's neat single scored both men. Begley scored one ' more ' in the second when he doubled, to left, , a steal pub him on third and when Mack dropped the third strike on Huck he counted. Two singles and a wild . pitch netted one more in the third. In the seventh, Schneider walked, ; a s,pass ball ad vanced him and he scored on 'Hol leran's timely single. The Pirates scored one hV fourth by mixing three errors with a scratch hit. Their other run came in the eighth by mixing a error, a bunt, a fielders choice and an out. The bat ting of Holleran, Begley and T. Blanchard featured, while Begley and Welsh did some classy fielding stunts The summary: Annex. Comedy and Baseball. - - - L Cincinnati, Sept, 13. Four and a half hours of poor baseball were served up in. the heat at the ball park yesterday afternoon and the Giants broke even with the Reds. The worst 'beating Herzog's henchmen have taken this : year was forced on them ln,the first game, the score of which was 17 to 5. The Giants were shut out 5 to 0 in the second tilt, but though they did poorly in that con l test the memory of the trouncing they I gave the Herzog mob, whom they love inone too well, . in , the other, engage- fC so much the easier to bear. The cores: . t . . .v-v . - ' First Game. I ",.". ' r.-h.'.' e. New York . . 402005402 17 ,16 . Cincinnati , . . 001210010 5 5 4 I' Me yers iand Dooin; Dale, -McKenry, vSchneider, f Callahan and Clarke and t t ; , 'Second . Game, V s . r .h e. VNe'wrYork'' . 000000000 0 3 2 Cincinnati- . .00260300 5 9 2 Batteries: Perritt and Schang; roney and Clarke. r a Selander, cf." 5 A. Blanchard, 3 b. .2 Schneider, If 3 T. Blanchard, o Holleran c. 4 Cabelfus, lb 4 Begley, 2b 3 Hogan, sst ........ 4 Huck, rf. Campbell, rf ab- r. lb. po.. a. c. . 0 0 2 .3 2 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 2 1 3 14 1 5 2 2 1 1 0 1 0 2 2 2 1 0 0 1 0 Welsh, ss. .... . . . . 4 O'Brien, If. .......3 Kinary, 3b. ....... 4 C " Olson, 2b. V, . .3 F. Crowe, lb Prizzer, cf, Schmidt, rf. Hintz, rf. ..... . . . . . . . 2 Sullivan, cf. ......I Mack, c-. .3 Forbes, p. -. . 2 Moore, p 1 2 0 1 1 0 0 32 6 10 27 S 5 Pirates. . ab. r. lb. po. a. e. 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 3 4 3 4 6 3 0 1 0 1 0 0 . . . .2 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ooo 0 0 '0 5 4 0 3 1 1 0 0 0 30 2 3 25 13 1 Hogan out' on infield fly. " A Blan chard out for not touching 3rd base. Annex 2110011006 Pirates . .... ... 000100010 2 Two-base hitsv, T. Blanchard, Beg ley, 2; hits off Forbes, 9 in 7 innings, off Moore, 1 in 2 innings; stolen bases Annex. 4, Pirates. 3; hit by , pitcher. Begley; bases on balls, off Forbes 5, off Blanchard 3; struck out by Blan chard 13, by Forbes 4, by Moore 1; time, ;:2 hours; umpire, Lyons. LARKSPURS BEAT MILLER'S PIRATES Bad Start Proves Disastrous to Home . Jf i lt Boys -Descola in 'j -Fine Form. . The Larkspurs of Hartford defeat ed the Pirates at the Pioneer field yesterday "afternoon, 4-1.' ' ;Both pitchers were in fine form and it made an interesting game. Descola pulled out of some "tight holes especially in the seventh Inning( when with two men on he struck out three. The summary: Larkspurs of Hartford. ab- r. lb. po. a Grady, ss. 3 N. Lucey, .3b 3 , .4 . . . . . .4 Tevold, If. Poste, 2b. .. Fitch, cf. D- Lucey, lb, Seraplin, rf. , Brayne, c. Descola, p. ; :i .4 .4 .3 .4 1 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 2 1 0 1 1 0 0 3 13 10 0 12 0 0 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 3 7 win 15 out of 21 and Boston 16 out of 23 to tie. The above :a figures are based on the completed schedules of each of the three teams, as no provision can be made for games lost through postponement- ; "GIANT JACOBSON GETS SECOND HONORS 33 4 10 27 14 0 Pirates. ab.1 r. lb. po. a. c. Welsh, ss. , .......401 0.1.1 J. O'Brien, If. .....3 0 2 0 0 0 Kiniry, 3b 4 0 0 1 3 1 Paulson, cf 4 0 1 1 0 0 T. Crowe, lb. .....2 10 7 10 J. Crowe, 2b- ...... 4 0 2 3 2. 0 Hintz, rf. ........2 0' 0 0 0 0 Forbes, rf. .......2 0 0 0 0 0 Mack, c. . . . V. . ,s. . .4 0 0 14 2 t Schmidt, p. ....... 3 0 0 .1 3 0 " - 32 1 6 27 12 3 Pirates ...... 000000001 I Larkspurs 300000001 4 Local Boy Cops Off Second Place in Batting Honors In Colonial League. v Hartford, Sept.; 13. The race for individual honors in the , Colonial league was overshadowed during the closing days " by, the fight for the league flag, won on the closing day of the season by the Hartford Lclub. Manager Jim Delehanty of the league champions led the league with the willow, finishing the season with a batting mark of L382 after) leading the other batters of the circuit for several weeks. Wright of New Haven, who played the last five games o? the year,' had a mark of .437, but he can- , not be classed as the premier . bats man of the league. Jacpbson ,.of Brockton, was the runner-up with an average of .319, while Whitehouse of Hartford finished the season in third place with a mark of .316. Bangs of Brocktoa copped the honors in the base stealing , line, , fin ishing the. season with .thirty-four pilfers. ' His next nearest rival was Lied of New Haven with thirty-eight, jjiggs of New Bedford was the leading run-getter, with sixty-seven. , Hellfrich of Hartford carries off the honors as the league's leading twirler, with a percentage of .714 having won ten games in fourteen starts. Two-base hits. Welsh. Fitch. D- Lu cey; stolen bases, N. Lucey, Tevold, J. Crowe Pauls.on;, bases on balls off Schmidt, 2; off Descola 3; struck out by Schmidt 13, by Descola 14 time, 2 hours: umpire, Sheridan. HOW TO WIN PENNANT. Just What Leaders Will Have to Do to Cop Rag in National League. The Phillies have 24 more games to play before the close of the season- Brooklyn has 21 and Boston 23. If the Phillies win 19 out of 24 their percentage will be .604, J and Brooklyn and Boston, will have to win every game to tie. , If the Phillies should -win 15 out of 24; theYould hae apercentago of... ?8; and Brooklyn would ifeave to win 1 out.; of 21 and Bosta 19 out of '23 td'tie.' ' t: If the. Phillies should 'win only half of their remaining 24 games they would finish with a percentage of .558, and Brooklyn would have to ANNEX BEAT BROAD BROOK. Local Boys Swamp Riversides of Tliat Town in a One-Sided Game. , The Annex of New Britain ambled down to Broal Brook Sunday after noon and indulged in a farce comedy with the Riversides of that burg When the smoke bad cleared away and the heavy' artillery had ceased, the official scorer announced that the local pride was crushed by a score of 14 , to 3. - Saturday .afternoon, went to M. K. Pasco, his score being . 2 down. A number of close matches occurred be tween twenty other entries." A round for the - club championships resulted in a victory for.Cv H. Baldwin over C. S. Weissman pf Hartford, with a score. of 4 up. GOISF WINNERS. First prize in the par handicap golf match at the Maple Hill Golf club i ENGAGE FOOTBALL FIELD. Plans for a' busy football" season have been made by the Glendale A. C. ; football eleven and the" first step toward the season prospects were completed last week by the engaging cf ajtract of land in the eastern part of the city for. this purpose., 1 practice will be held tomorrn ing.' Charles Burns will mai eleven again this season.'1 1 TAG DAY SATURDAY Saturday of this week will served as "tag day" in aid Armenian relief fund. The A I Red Cross will have direct ci the event and the local churcl been asked to provide ; wo ri me aay. it is a worthy c&i will doubtless meet with a public reeponpc. wmmm T TIK1E POP BOTTLE SHOWER. Umpires and Manager Target for Shower of Missiles. Nashville, Tenn., Sepe. 13. Show-. er& of pop bottles from the grand stand greeted unpopular decisions by Umpires Pfenninger and Breitenstein during the second game of a Southern league double header between Chat tanooga and Nashville here yesterday, and the game was forfeited to the visitors. Manager Elberfeld, of Chat tanooga, at the finish climbed into the grand stand, took a bottle away from a spectator who had hit him on the head, and was beginning an offensive campaign of his own when players in terfered and escorted him from the field. 300 MORE MIDSHIPMEN. Washington, Sept. 13. Secretary Daniels will recommend to congress that the number of midshipmen in the Naval Academy be . increased to capacity. That would mean the ap pointment of about 300 more midship men than will be enrolled this fall, or about 1,200. V Dr. Naughton making an X-Ray examination with The Im proved Skiascope as an aid to Diagnosis. This and other won-" derfol methods of examinations are Free to all who call on him at the BELOIST HOTEL, On Day Only, Tuesday, , Sept. 14th. Hours, 10 a. m. .to 6 p. m, , T7 A Remarkable Offer made to the Sick for this , Visit only, by - . , , , 131 IfDIM SPECIALIST Who Will Be at the BELOM HOTEEJ " NEW BRITAIN, r One Day Only TUESDAY, SEPT. 14i FREE FOR THIS VISIT i o all who call at the BELOIN HOTEL, j TUESDAY, SElT.fl4th, , j I wltl glvo Cohsultatlons, Diafc.iwwis wf uiceaso, and featiMnatlo: Never before has such an opportunity been o-iven the sick of thia vicinity, and if you are suffering- you alio not fail to-take advantag-e of it." : Those wishing to see,him should remember th Days,: Dates and Office Hour? ms visits ana cau eariy to avoid the crowded last hours, . -. j . ; r ,v For nearly 15 . years I have been studying the Chemistry of food and Chemistry of the human body. I have put these two' sciences together and formulated the science of Applied Food Chemistry. By the application of this knowledge I cure all forms of stomach and intestinal diseases, and all other disorders that result from wrong eating and drinking. " . This method cannot fail because It con forms to the laws of Nature. It is estimated that ninety-two per cent, of all diseases is caused by errors in eating. These errors are made by wrong selections, wrong combinations, and wrong proportions of food. I. teach you how to correct these, how to select, how to combine and how to proportion your food according .to your age and your occupation. This cures by removing causes; It gives Nature a chance. This is the true science of human nu trition, and it is governed by laws as infallible as the laws of gravitation. If you obey them you cannot be sick. If you do not obey them you cannot be well. -. You have ho idea what your body is capablo of, until you have it per fectly nourished. You have no idea You have no Idea of the joy of tit until every bone, tissue, muscle t organ of the body is brought up 100 efficiency, which my -systi does. - ' ' ' If you are sick or have any kln" stomach or intestinal trouble It v require a short term of curatiTew ing then I balance the diet''as give to the body all the eletotnt nourishment It requires accord! to vour aire and your occupation; If medicine is needed in anr-cas prescribe only such remedies that not conflict with the proper diet. I get results and this ends all t gument. j what your mind is capable of, until it lives ina perfectly nourished body. rv-. NAUGHTON will positively be at the BELOIN HOTEL TUESDAY, SEPTEMD THE 14 th, 1915 from 10:09 o'clock in the morning until 6:00 o ciock in the evenm to consult with and examine all cases personally. J. P. NAUGOTON, M. B., Specialist n oiomacn, neart, v-atarrn, rvianey, ana an V-Wonlc UK ease that require Nature Method or yura, j . j Permanant Offtc and Laboratory, Worctr. 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