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I INTER MOUNTAIN'S ANACONDA DEPARTMENT "
PETITIONS ARE OUT TO PARDON CONVICT JOSEPH J. M'CAFFREY HAS SECURED NUMBER OF NAMES UPON THE PAPERS. ([PECIAI. TO INTER MOL'NTAIN.] Anaconda, Sept. ia.-Joseph J. Mc Caffrey, who has won notoriety as the champion of Convict Tom O'Brien, today began the circulation of several petitions, asking Governor J. K. Toole to pardon the prisoner. The petitions state that the signers think O'Brien has been sufliciently punished for the crime which he com mitted. There is one petition for business men, one for professional men, one for ministers and one for the people at large. A nunm ber of names have already been secured. BLACKSMITHS ARE GOING TO DO THINGS UP RIGHT Expect to Have the Time of Their Lives at the Big Piocnio at Mountain View Next Sunday. [BPECIAL TO INTER MOUNTAIN.1 Anaconda, Sept. 12.-The Blacksmith' and Helpers' union of Butte are malting arrangements for the time of their lives at Muuintaht View park next Sunday, and if the weather keeps as pleasant as it has been for the past few days, it is very probable that they will have it. The big crowd will come from Butte on the train getting into Anaconda at so:So o'clock inl the morning. They will lose but little time in the city and most park without stopping in town. park without toppling in town. The afternoon will be spent in dancing and various athletic sports, at which the blacksmiths and their brawny helpers sure ly ought to be proficient. PRONOUNCE COGNOMENS AND YOU GET A PRIZE But, Anyway, One of These Two Was All Right When He Said the Other Had His Checks. [SPF.CIAI. TO INTlER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Sept. 2.-Officer Fitzpatrick yesterday arrested Luka Milisacevich on a charge of stealing $50.30 from Nick Rabockovich several days ago. Rabock ovich is employed at the smelter, and im mediately upon missing the money he se ported the matter to the police, stating that the amount was in the form of time checks issued to him by the smelter people, one for $48.50 and the other for $i.8o. Babockovich told the authorities that he suspected Millsacevich and when that individual was arrested a search revealed the checks in his possession. lie was ac cordingly locked up and now awaits trial. LIVELY MEETING OF THE DEER LODGE LABOR CLUB Motion to Change Name of Organization Calls Forth Spirited Debate Will Remain as It is. [SPECIAL. TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Sept. sa.-There was a lively time at the meeting of the Deer Lodge Labor club last night. A heated debate occurred when someone suggested that the ticket to be put in the field be known as a socialists' ticket. A number of those present favored such a move and others were opposed to it, so the excitement for a while was intense. A motion was made to the effect that the club form the nucleus for the organiza tion of the Deer Lodge labor party. Those who wanted it known as the United Labor party opposed this. After the question had been discussed in all its phases it was finally decided that the club retain its present name. -GUESS THIS IS A BAD TOWN TO RESIDE IN, EH? Percentage of Sickness in Anaconda at This Writing Is One-tenth of One Per Cent. [SPECIAL TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Sept. 12.-Never in the his tory of this city has there been less sick ness than at the present time and Ana conda physicians are bewailing their luck with a fervor that will surely bring an epidemic of some kind before a great while. The occupants of St. Ann's hospital will not number Itrore than IS and the majority of these are surgical cases. When it is considered that this constitutes the majority of sick people in a city of 15, coo inhabitants, a truly marvelous con dition of healthfulness must prevail. CALL And get a spectacle wiper free of charge and take a look at my Twentieth Century Ophthalmometer, the latest improved in strument used in fitting spectacles. L. P. VERBERReKMOES OPTICIAN AND JEWELER. 1o7 East Park Ave., Anaconda, Mont. oo000000000000000000000000 o 0 o The Daly Bank and Trust o 8 Company of Anaconda 0 o Anacondn, Montana. o General banking in all branches. 0 O Sell exchanges on New York, Chi. 0 cago, St. Paul, Omaha, San Fran. O cisco, Etc., and draw direct on the o o rrincipal cities of England, France, 0 8 Ireland, Germany and the Orient. 0 O Deposits of $z.oo and upward re- o o0 csived, 0 Correspondents o 0 National City bank, New York: ~ o First National be,nk, Chicago; First o o National bank, St. Paul; Omaha o National bank, Omaha; Bank of o o California, San Francisco. o O John R. Toolq President; M. B. 0 o Greenwood, Vic President; Louis o o V. Bennett, Cashler; F. C. Nor. 0 o beck, Assistant Cashier. o009000Qo00000000000000000 MONTANA LOOKS GOOD TO OUANE COLONEL RETURNS FROM VISIT TO NATIVE HEATH AND IS GLAD HE IS BACK AGAIN. [SPE'tIAI. TO INTER MOUNTAINN.1 Aniaconda, Sept. ;a.-Coloncl and Mrs. James Quane arrived home last night af ter a stay of several weeks in and about St. Peter, Minn., their place ot residence prior to coming to Montana some 13 years ago. Speaking of the changes that have taKen place 1n that section ot the country within the last few years Colonel Quane said that if he had been dropped from a balloon he would not have recog nized the place. "Why," said he, "in places where I used to hunt ducks in a boat there are now fields of wheat grow:ng. Big white farm houses and big red barns have taken the place of the little board shack.3, s.nd dugouts that were there when I.was in the country. The people are happy and prosperous, but for all that, I would hate to think that I had to live there, even for a short time." At the Montana. Anaconda, Sept. iz.--'he followiier are registered at the Montana: P. W. Ma-li son, Salt Lake City; E. M. l'ratus, P'ort land, Ore. ; M. S. Dean, city; A. J. J.Thone, BIutte; M. II. Barry, city; K. J. Prince, Boston; W. G. l.ayhcr, city; Jas. 1B. Gal lagher, Mrs. Hlenry Johnson, Denver; Amiba l)aly, Laurel; Miss Raymond, Red l.odge; W. S. Turner, Silver l.ake; \V. !. Griflin, city ; Samuel' ltoukofsker. Sani Francisco; C. E. Flower, St. I.oui4. Anaconda Briefs) A. I). T. messergers-prompt. reliable. - J. V. Collins attended the ball game in Butte yesterday. Miss I<lymooid of IRed l.odlg was in th,: city yesterday. Bob G(r ig is expected back from IRck L:'ke in a few days. Mrs. J. C. Keppier has left for a three months' visit in Bloston. 1'. W. Madison of Salt l.ake City is registered at the Montana. Ca!ou).itn WV. S. Turner of Silver I.t're was in the city : cQterday. Attorney Percy Napton hats returned front a several weeks' trip to the I'acilic coast. ". C. F. Flower of St. Louis was in the city yesterday and registered at the M>n. t.,ia. Mrs. Cha-!cs Flood and Miss M:ry Tre.mblay of Butte were in the city yes. terday. John \V. Smurr and a party of frienIls left ycatcrday for a iunting trip in !!th vicinity of 2.1oose Lake. A. P. Cloutier after an extended visit to Quebec and other cities in Canada has returned to the city much improved in health. ANNOUNCEMENT. J. R. Eardley announces himself a can didate for the office of countv treasurer subject to the indorsement of the republi can county convention. BOY IS CRAZED WITH GRIEF Accidentally Shoots Brother While on a Hunting Trip. Twin Bridges, Sept. .2.--\hile hunting on a ranch four miles south of town Wednesday Willie Davenport shot his brother, the charge of buckshot passing through the right leg nine inches below the hip. The accident was peculiar. A rabbit was seen and the elder brother, who had been carrying the gun, passed it to his brother and asked him to take a shot. He cocked the gun and raised it to shoot, when it was discharged with the above result. The boy was so frantic with grief that lie could hardly tell how the accident oc curred. Dr. Bright was called and dressed the wound, which is considered dangerous. Park County Convention Dates. [sI'PECIAL TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Livingston, Sept. 1z.-The republican central committee for Park county yester day decided to call the primaries for Thursday evening, September 18. The county convention will be held Thursday, September 25. The democrats will hold their primaries Friday, September i9, and county conven tion Monday, September 2a. WILL MEET SEPTEMBER 22 Lewis and Clarke County Demmies De cide on Convention Details. rSPECAL TO INTER MOUNTAIN.i Helena, Sept, r2.-The democratic county central committee of Lewis and Clarke county met yesterday afternoon. It was decided to fix the apportionment of the vote cast for Governor Toole and Jus tice Milburn, divided by two. This will give the convention a member ship of r57. Eighty-five of these delegates will come from Helena and the other 72 from the county. W. M. Biggs, state senator, was elected chairman to succeed Louis Penwell, who has resigned. It was decided to hold the primaries at 8 o'clock Friday, .eptember i9, and the convention at zo:3o o'clock in the morning ot Mon day, September 22. Fred Gerdes Sent to Jail. [SPECIA. TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Great Falls, Sept. 12.--Fred Gerdes was sent to jail for to days yesterday in de fault of $20o fine for assaulting J. A. From viller, the crippled pioprietor of the St. Paul house on First avenue, and his son. Choteau County Republicans. [SPECIAL, TO INTER MOUNTAIN.] Fort Benton, Sept. i2.-The republican primaries in each voting precinct will be held or Saturday, September x3, zgo2. The convention will 'be held on September 16. NEW OUARTERS FOR THE LINCOLN CLUB COMMODIOUS APARTMENTS ON MAIN WILL BE OPENED AS HEADQUARTERS. [IP'KCIA. TO INTER MIOUNTAIN.] Anaconda, Sept. -.--The l.incoln Re publican club has secured the vacant room on the ground floor of tte PctritR. block on Main street and beginning next Monday night, will maintain a iepublican headquarters there until after the election in November. The republican county cen tral committee have been tendered the use of the room to use as headquarters and while they have not yet made public their acceptance of the offer, there is no doubt but that they will do so. The location of the room is the best it possibly could be. The committee ap pointed by the club to look after the fur nishing of the place will have it com pletely fitted up for use by next Monday night and on that date the Lincoln club will hold its first meeting in quarters It is intended to mnke of the head. quarters this fall a club in every sense of the word. There will be papers to read, games, etc., and as the room is heated by steam and will therefore be comfortable at all times and as well wil' be open from morning until night, it will become the popular place for the repub licans of the city to congregate. The harmony that exists in the repub lican party in this city makes this possi ble and at once desirable and this same harmony is one of the most encouraging features of the campaign. As one promi nent republican has said, "there is every prolability of the republican party secur ing the balance of power this fall and the fact that there is no party ctifferences, tend to increase this probability two fohl." Clark Has Got It. Ise l.IAI. 'o I N I l ?I(Ill'N1AIN.1 lI.tenusn, Sept. II. ---The colmnittees which have charge of the arrangements for the democratic convention on the 23d are endeavoring to find places for the delegates to stay while here. Senator Clark has secured all the available rooms in the Bozceman, and the other wing of the party will have to stay where they can find accoltmmodations. SPORTING HEWS (Continued from Page Eight.) scoring while Mcintyre was being thrown out at the initial bag. Spokane followed in the fifth inWfl4q'y making one run. l)onahue singled and Elsey hit for two bases, scoring Donahue. Butte promptly retaliated by doing the same thing in her half of the fifth. Dickey Knox hit a dandy and took two bases Mc Hale sacrificed and Knox scored on a wild pitch. Six Runs in the Eighth. So far as Spokane was concerned the eighth was a fatal inning and whatever hopes tile visitors may have entertained of winning the third game of the series went glimmering then. Ward was retired on an easy fly to Howells. Kane landed on the ball for a terrific urive to right field and took three bases. Zearfoss and Weaver both singled, Kane scoring. McIntyre hit to right for three bases and Zearfoss and Weaver galloped home. Marshall was good for a single and Mcintyre scored. Knox hit to third and Marshall made third on a wild throw by Donahue. McHale batted to Donahue, who threw Marshall out at the plate. Salisbury bunted and Quick fumbled the ball. Knox scored and McHale took third. Ward again came up for his second bat in this inning and sent a be-whiskered grounder toward Reitz. That gentleman allowed it to go under him and McHale came home. Kane flew out to Howells. All that remained was to count up the runs, one, two, three, four, five, SIX. The game was replete with interesting features in the field work. Zearfoss dis tinguished himself by making a difficult catch of a foul fly and Kane made a fne running catch of a fly that legitimately belonged to Marshall. Ferris also made a brilliant running catch of Marshall's fly in the fourth. The score: BUTT E. AB. R. i,. PO. A. E. Ward, ab .. .... o o 1 2 0 Kane, ss ...... 3 2 2 4 2 0 Zearfoss, c .... 3 1 a 7 o o Weaver, il ..... 3 t 1 8 o o McIntyre, 31b .. 4 I a 2 1 2 Marshall, rf .... 4 o 1 3 1 o Knox, If ....... 4 2 3 o o 0 Mcllale, cf .... 4 1 r 2 1 o Salisbury, p .... 4 o 0 o 3 0 Total .. .. ..34 8 12 27 to a SI'OKANE. All. R. H. 1)O. A. E. liowells, If ..... 4 o 0 2 o o Donahue, 31) .... 4 1 r 0 I o lElsey, s ....... 4 o t 12 o I McKevitt. rf ... 4 0 2 2 o 0 Frary, c ....... 2 o o 4 o 0 Reitz, ab ....... 4 o 1 1 3 t Ferris, cf ...... 4 0o 2 o o Kelly, as ....... 4 o 0 t 5 I Quick, p ....... 3 o o 1 4 2 *Grim ..... .. o o o o Totals .. .. . 34 r 8 24 13 5 *Grim batted for Quick in the ninth. Score by itnings Butte .... ......o o o to o 6 x-8 Spokane ........o o o o o o o0-r SUMMARY: Earned runs-Butte, 4; Spokane, I. Two-base hits-Knox and Elsey. Three base hits--McIntyre and Kane. Sacrifice hits-Zearfoss, Weaver and Donahue. L.eft on bases-Butte, 6; Spokane, 8. Stolen base-MeHale. Double plays-Quick to Reitz to Elsey and Elsey unassisted. Bases on balls-Off Salisbury, 3; off Quick, 1. Hit by pitched ball-By Quick. Struck out -By Salisbury, 5; by Quick, 3. Wild RESULTS OF TOD AY'S BALL GAMES. FIRST GAME. BUTTE Ii3 54 6 8 9 R B.4 VI6ITOIt6 0*90000000 00 Iatteries: Ilutte-Roach-Zearfoss; Spokane l'f 'iter IFrnry. SECOND GAME. BUTTE st 3 S4 3 b 8 9 R 6.HME V$GITOR6 *.O.@.@@@ 0.0 pitchi- Quick. I tine o gamte t inte hiour and I millutes. ntlpire-Culgani. At ttcodance- -So. ENTRIES FOR BIG MEET BREAK ALL THE RECORDS More Out-of-Town Men Than Ever Before in the History of the Club in New York. (IY ASO('IAI i'ni rIa'ls. New York, Sept. la.-Athlhtic chatl pions from Canada, and tile easternl west ern andl southern states, will meet ill cont petition tomorrow at Travers Island, the country home of the New York Athletic clih, in the games open to all registered athletes for the highest honors of the amateur Athletic unioin of the United States. The list includes the greatest number of oit-of-town entries in the history of thie club, and many of the tme hold rec ords at their favorite games. In the lit-lI *vclts, Flanagan, I)ewitt, Sheldon, (tray, illthell, Sheridan and others are cnl tered and the weight contest probably will be xtrnemely keen. REFEREE CHARLIE WHITE NOW HAS A NEW POSITION His Official Duties Are to Referee the Business in Six Seconds. New York Race Track. ('harlie White, the referee, has a new job. Joe thlltnan and Kid Weller, whose sensational bookmaking is the talk of the turf world, have engaged White as pro tector. White's new duties are in keeping with hi profession. lie stands at tIllman's elbolw and referees the struggle of bettors who light to get hold of the odds displayed. St, many curious persons, not anxious to hbI,. but eager to see the flow of green ha:ks, have been crowding around UIIhman so persistently that it has been a diflicult matter for the plungers and their comlnis "sinoae. fo agtiwithlin reecb. Iaving had a long experience in break itng ig hters out of clinches. White is per ftctly at home in his new position. Juniors Organize Football Team. "Little Tracy Juniors" is the name of a junior football eleven that has just been organized. The team is composed of members whose ages range from 14 to 16 ,ears. The Little T'racy Juniors want gantits with all junior teams in the city. C'omtuunications should be addressed to the imanager, Alex McDlonald, or to John f 'Keefe, care the Inter Mountain. No Truth in It. ' \hen asked recently if there was any (ruth in the statement that Ililly Roche attlvoi manage his affairs after the ba. le i I.ouisville, Young Corbeit is quott I Rs saying that the story is absolutely ah purd. "1 think I can manage ltly ownl affairs," said the young chatmpion. "I Wish also to deny the report tlhat I made a Iromise to Ott) I'loto of Denver for pill to becomne iy manager when Johlnny Corbett left .me." George and Irwin Matched. Frank George .nd Tby) Irwmn are to Oitcet in the ring at Oakland, (-alifornia, in September 18, before the Reliance Ath. jetic club. Both have already gone intin raininig and pronise to be in the hest If conlition for their comr:g battle. When *he men signed each deposited a side bv:t of $25o. The winner gets all. John L. Sullivan Invited. John L.. Sullivan, ex-ehlamplonll heavy weight o fthe world, who for over I2 years was a public idol, has been invited to .oc .cupy a chair at the ringside of the Cor I.ttt Mcc;overn contest at I.oLuisville on Sept:embler a2. Attel Gets Decision. (iv AssoCIATIrti ei rists., St. Iouis, Sept. is.--Abel Attel of San '4:rancisco was given the decision over .'Kid" Abel of Chicago here last night at the end of zo rounds. Flannery Dislocates a Toe. [S.EvCIA. TO I NTERI( MOINTrAI N.I hIclena, Sept. 12.- In sliding for the ollmne plate in yesterday's ball game Mana cr Jack Flannery dislocated his great toe. Ic did not suffer any serious pain until ftcr the galme when it was found that the o.,t had begun to swell. It is probable ihat Flannery will be out of the game for ..veral days. WHERE THEY PLAY TODAY. Pacific Northwest League. S(pokane at iutte. National League. I ittstburg at l'hiladelphia. Ciincinnati at lrooklyn. American League. (;Chicago at Detroit. Washington at Baltimiore. St. L.ouis at Cleve:land. I'hiladellphia at Bioston. " ABCOHEMIAH' Piave. Pand Sparkabns. BodedOnly at Lb. BreweryL St. LouW. Orier from D. Oulllok DAYISES CHAMPION HOW TO WIN FIGHT CINCINNATI ENTHUSIAST DIRECTS LETTER TO CORBETT- -SHOULD GO IN ON LEADS. If yotung Corlbett ldoes nti winl his liKht with Terry Mct ivernt it will not be e caiuse hi has nt t siolllticint Ia vie tllhr..t upoll nt hil. T he 1 11young c' l iham pl si hI l l ,et , e in receipt of IImaly letters hou lii, lllmenlr Ouls it|llllrcrer, hiutie of thcite it all llla illlti HIer is .lwhat ll1t of them hal1s t.o sy i "hear Sir .1"i I have .oen a um he'i of hI xilig coilll .lts, thll M(;,VI'll l ; 1 i .111 van go includedl , will say if yon will Iah w ith the intention of a .h [in cont.lht I believe you will will at least h -ope 4,. If you will go to r( Mclvern when Ihe ladl, go inside his guard, you w1ll hni,,h him ill ai few ro.nlda. Sullivall went to hi and would have tlinihlld hilll in Ihe Ihii round, but lacked the punch. You 'ie tile only bIxer I ever wrotle, but I believr in your ability to win, lprovidin g you go to hilm every hall hl .enkie,. I ers.nl lly i have no choice Ietwerenl youl andll Mcto(;v crn, but it Is the Ewa; against the West. I stand for Ihe West. I uiIed to hI .. ttsinriessi in le i 'irr, pllisulpected all over (olorado. I live in (incinnali. Am 1su1, ilmering at Salldusky. "VWhen you entler the riing Itelilitber when hIe Ieads." Lipton's Challenge. It is now Ipria:'tircally asured thai t Si Thomnan Lipton will send his challenge ti ti the New York Yaclht clulb witlhil tIhe nxlt three weeks. According to the Iatest re iportedl interviews with the veteran chat Ilnger of the Antericit's cull lie hall. silo yet had the lbuilirrs start work onil hli new yacht but admittedl that the plans were all ready. Pugilist Goddard Insane. Josepllh (oJldar l, who was recretly lshot iln thle heal! in an election row leiar 'atll den, lPenn., has becolne violent.y ilinllar. lie is conflilled in the Cooper hosplital, I'hiladelphia. The I.ullet located ill his brain, andil the insanity is due: to this fact. "YOUNG CORBETT" HAS CONFIDENCE IN HIMSELF Thinks the Same Tactics That Defeated McGovern Before Will Help Him to Hold Championship. As the tiIli allpproachiesi for the light Ihe twetII "Young Colliilt" alndl 'jerry Me (;overni, which is to ldecide ocite mitore tlhe feathlerweight c'hailpiollshlp, Ihl t contlest becomles Ilmore and Iliorie at Itopic of gieneral coliiverlatiol ill splortilng circles. l.ess tlhi a iyear go "YoIung Corlbett" weltt to the East, ipr;ctically uniknown, bult full of collnfillence ill his ability to deI feat the lBrttoklyn wutdler, anlld lie tic. collplished the feat in such a dccisive mIlalnner that it set the splorting world talk ing as it has niever talked about a similar ievent before. J t is not asserting too Imuth! to say that his victory last year l;has givel hint mnorce cotlltidlellce than ever, but those who knolw the little fighter beat say that lie ill Ino way undlercestillates the sterling quallitiesl of his gailIl olllpponent. Corlbett has nlot new punclhes to assist himt i' de featinlg McGlovern, btll Ite believes that the alille iithods whlch turned the trick belfore will hl'll hLin to retain his proulIi title :as chanlnpiol. Mc;IIGoverni, too, is (crflldenit that lie is a llntch for "Yollung" Corbett, and is training hard ill order to lie in perfect conditionll for the Ialtle which is sched uled to take place at louisville on Sep tembiler 7a. McGoverni wants to regail the title and will put up the fight of his life to do it. lThe sporting world at large is taking a:; mu1ch ilnterest in this contest as it does in cevents of llightier import. SEATTLE WINS IN THE TENTH Engel Is Wild and Is Hit Hard and Often -Portland Fields Poorly. sitwal:rI. lt iINiri MourNTArIN. Portland, Sept. r2.- Seattle and Port land played to illnings yesterday, the former winninlg out by two runs. Engcl was in the box for Portlandl andl was hit hlardl, i8 safc olles being scored off his erratic delivery. This, comnbinedl with the uillnerouls errors nilale Ily the, ihoiime Ltcall, accounts for iniaily of the runs scored by the visitors. Stovall also was hit frequently, but the cxccllent work of the team behind himll hIeld the score down. Up to the ninth inning all that Portland had been able to do in the way of getting men across the plate was a single run, andi that was Inlale in the first. With the score 5 to r, and after two men were out, the bonme players took a hatting streak, connected for five singles nnd scored four runs, tying the score. Seattle started business in the opening nniing. lllrn singled and Blalbitt sacri ficed, Ihlrley hit for two bases and Klopf colmnctod for a safe drive, scoring both lIul'n and IIMrlry. The visitiors scored another run in the acrtotllt, amld in the fifth Stivall antd Hlufin hiit safely ;tild we rc nlvaticd'lI Iy f"ngel's wilt p1itclh. Itrrors by IEtngel and Shea all.hwld the two ti .lns to l tal I otllI,. Iln the tenth illnitng, after two tillen had Itenll retired, ('.tpl el It)uo k first and Stanlelly hit Ito leep centelr, scolring 'amlp hell. Slovill tritil.d anti broughtit in Stan h'y. I'lrthlll1 was ah Illble to do anything it her half of thle inningt. The score by inllinthi R : 't t1111e' ... .,...- I II Io d tI o .1 ) "t-t-7 tllI.11ltti .. .... i t l II 0 0 0) . 0 -- I .imel ul S&ilm t !'. . ; Iortland, J. .,lc ilice hits ISb it \ll ';: I irenll. S.iolin s - \'nator , nd igMrs Play 1 se hiln lIn,'hy, 't,mhiv. !;,,I.1s on halls--O(f I'ug.l, I; ell Stovalll s. ssed Iall Shenig oV-W i1 VIs and Johnon.son Ioites t 'orti l .li, y i; St.l llte, so, lilt by Iithetl hall Wetll. 'liit of I gam il l -Onell Ih r itlllillt I Itiit lll.'!, )Ititi i)t ll ititt'- It l tlhour titt 4i ttt intes. Attend ite-tt I ivu. ll Iire I ithrt. I EXCITING GAME AT HELENA Senators and Tigers Play Thirteen In nings-Wiggs and Johnson. Iselt' JAI In INvio AI0nv11 IA NI. -Ilhi tlia, Sept. l .1. 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Iies ol bnialls- Off Johnson, I ; fll \Vingt., s; of .Slagle, 1. l'as'ted ball %nink!y. Ihulble plays-- M- ('iartly to Jiitlhinsoli; Zlusky to ilutch inslni; I'eples ' lt S h;ller. Struck out--Ity Jobhn1sll, 4; by Wigg' , $ ; by Slagle, 3. Left tnll bases-- T. coma, if; Il eleia, 9, ilit by pitc:hlr---Ily lisson, I. Ti'(ho of game Two hours antil o s|inutti t. Atlilledatce'- SO . Ill. iX ." M c4 ( artly. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. National League. Cincinnati, 1 I; lronklyn, 3. Second game - -lrooklyn, 6; (:incinnati, a. New York, 3; Chicago, 2. Second game C hicago, 7; New York, 2. ]'ittsburg, 7; I'lthlldelphia, H. Second game P'ittsburg, 8; P'hiladelplhia, 2. IHoston, 4; St. Louis, 3. Secoind game -louton, a; St. L.ouis, 3. American League. Pihiladrlphia, , ; 15altimore, i. Second game-1l'hiladelphia, 4; Blaltimore, 3. Washington, y; Blnton, 7. Chicago, 5; Clevelaud, 2. Detroit, 5; St. Louis, 2. Western League. St. Joseph, 4; I)es Moines, a. l)Denvr, 4; Milwaukee, t, Kansas ('ity, 7; ()mahla, 4. HOW THEY STAND. National League. Played. Won. I.ost. P.Ct. Pittsburg .. .. ...123 90 33 .732 Blrooklyn .... .... 25 67 5.4 .536 ]loston l .. .. ... 119 6 58 .513 Cincinnati .. .. ..123 6I 6a .406 Chicago ...... ..12 5') 6.1 .484 St. oui.s .... ...1..u9 55 64 .463 Philadelphia .. ....tlo 49 7r .409 New York .. .....119 43 76 .363 American League. P'layed. Won. lost. P.Ct. l'hiladelphia .. ...120 71 49 .592 St. Louis .. .. ... . 8 67 5t .568 Boston .. .. .. ..I19 67 53 .558 Chicago ....... ...18 65 53 .55* Cleveland .........22 62 60 .508 Washington .. ...121 54 67 .446 Detroit .... .. ...1. 8 47 71 .308 Baltimore .. .. ... 12o 46 71 .393 RATTLING AS BOAT TOSSES IfuIY AS2OCIA AEiI PR:as.1] Victoria, Sept. 12.--The steamer Vic toria left for oriental ports carrying 3to boxes containing the bones of Chinese who have died in this city. While the practice of exhunilng the bod ies of Chinamen and the transportation of them to their native land is one which has been carried on for years, the peesent consignment is the largest that has ever been made at one titne from here.