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."1 :i EXTRA. WWW . Wlfeie) eftPWlW EXTRA, ffl f C, filiation Books Open to All" :..-'; , t-.-.-.-.-iifrSM ' lItlC-T ONE CENT. N15W7 YJStK. jjoiNDAY, JLAE IU, .SIM. S PRICE ' oNe ' CJ1NT. ?H ; lVfoMteA THE WORLD'S" 'gSSSf-iB PHILADELPHIA 4 f NEW YORK - I m 1 , tod Throwing and Weak J Batting Ciiaracterize V New York's Work. f HOE ROB FOB DELEHMTT. mm I Nothing Slow About It, for Two r J Big Philadelphia Men Wero VM1 On Bases at the Time. M EACH TEAM A BIT CRIPPLED. M Davis III and Murphy Lame, While Jb for the Quakers Allen anil Clem- li I ii (Special to Tin -venInK World) . 'iSf POLO GltOND, June 18 Hoth teams Ww'VL were In a crippled condition when the, feb''jL.' .time of plnj wus called The 1'hlllles Kjj weic mlnurf the services ot Allen u.id B ' Clements, two valuable anil reliable Jsjt iHujers, und New -ork was u loser by LJ! thq ubtenee of Geoite D.ivis, who telc- W9f graphed lie was 111 and unable to plnj. V Little Mutphy, too, was still sullcr Mjlf lng from the sprain he guvo the muscles ' of his rli,lit thigh -iturday, und, nl 9 though his nume appeared In bruckeis 9jti to play short. It v.as not deemed -wise LW ta, put him iu until after he practised H The "Tot" limped badlj, and It didn't Mm J look like ly that he would be In mL the game at all EME -apt v ard said before the game that iAf rjf iluipjij found he couldn't play he " I If BnoulJ,put Puller at fchort and place I, JpJIra Stafford nt third. ' "l L, file icpo't In an afternoon paper tint laf Waid offered .Stitforil and Puller In i x- T dinnse for Delehantj Ii not coinct 'ihe l'hlla lelphta lunnatement, when Short- B nop Allen was Injured, Inquired If they coull s-t btafford and Fuller, 01 either g of Uiem ,f 'JreijUMr Talcott r piled by -wire that VI he wocjld let tatiifiord und Puller go If the B Phillies ou'J let UeUhanty come to ' N w Vorlt. 'JoUy manager Arthur li- win said Deleliantv would not be ro- V.I J leitHcil If th(. Polo Urounds were offerol rfil for lilm ; Another feature worthy of notice to- f tluy was tha nbsem o of a bai at the 3 I graunds "Unsher'' Tioy, as "The Een- I I ing World" piudlctcd, lias been obliged U to give up his business uf silling beer n I In the giounds. This Is becuusi of his nttark on a grand-stand gatekeeper and tV,T hls thieatened attack on .Mr. 'ialcott JySf The laltei miletly oustid Troy after ' ISf i Saturdnj 'a game T I Jlunihy determined to piny nfler all, 1 I so Puller plx.fl third In Davis s plate. ! I Heie Is the. batting order. r New "iorlt Philadelphia Wm Mutiihy ss Ilnmllton, cf WM lturke, If '1 unici rf Wf Tuller, ub floss, ts T Uojle, lb Dc-leliunty, If. 1 Ward 2b. ltole. lb. n Hiltien, cf. Mailman, 2b. U Tlotnen, rf. IUIIlj. jd V" Kurrell, c, Wej hlng, p ft Jleekln, p. (Jrad, c. Lniplre Mr, btagc 9 l'lr-it Inning Jouett MicMn had a bit f of trouble In sending them oer t pli ire ,v-u Hamilton und St irp htlped "Hnnnnx" T out b ordering the llrt.1 Ounker lo walk to nrst. A wlfd pitch put Hamilton nt t bcconil Turiioi shot a high foul fly 11 back of the plate, and PanUl bulled it P 'rfj when It fell H H Van Haltren came within an nee of Mm ifi'i misjudging Cross's lovely low silling U"-! " lju' nn J'lst recoered himself In Mm time and pulled It In, Then .lack Uiyle IWH j made a benutlltil Jump of three feet Into IJB I i the ether and grabbed a hot liner right lb '. j fiom tho nozzlu of Uelehanty's bat. No Ll Vv runs llfl Ml -)Tot limped like n hobble-de-ho- $M mmt ) all spaliipd, to first on four lid Mml I Ilurl.e lilt to Cross, who inula a mm Mm leal throw to Hnllman, fore In Mur- I mm at second Then Hallman shot the ) Mm I I In llnIe, doj illng Kui e it that W H ... Puller out. Cross to Uojk So Wt ! 1 I hdom'l Inning Hole hit to Puller, j..' SH who made n ciiiltnl stop, but tluev r 1 jH .trifle low and Doyle had to get on ills m i ,H 'bare, thus enabling Jlole lo reach drat f ; LWM j Eifcly. He stoK second, Parri.ll throw Tl H i lng too low, probably a bit afraid of Ii mkW (' Murphy's Chirle horse " lloylo went 9Wi I to third on Hullman's sacrillce, Meekln l K i to los le. IO Mf I "Not too hnrd, Oniric." said u l'hlla- ill.) delphlan from tlic bench Charley II Bl Ilcfll didn't (en kiss the ball e.rept k i JLmm , to say gond-by to It on three fat strikes, lily when hi Joined his fellow him the bench if i t Wr hlng llled to Durke No runs 111 i 99M f I J Doyle foul-died to Hellly Wanl and lit I 9k 1 KlVan Haltien out, Hallman to JIolc 'AJ ) (No runs AJB,H jl 1 Third Innlni - Orad lust, on )nll llj-9M lll plurplo threw Ihmllton'p bou 1( r too low lil 1H IV' ? I'ojl" nnd the bittn wai hip ni ilrst l- H T0rurni.r h hit tu Murphy fonel Hdnill- lm ' H tto"" out at second The Tot tl row lng to W 99m Atiovard. Oradv got ti thlij on the lilt, ntid 4 9MM Llorc'' on t'ros's single to centre Van SI ' mmt "tfiiltrcn threw to Puller to nip Turner, , i H I -U 'hliortj" muffed and Turner was ) 99M "v :fo JW mmm 4 ")elehanty pnslrd n daisy bejonl the .( jMM V'St licit ropes, which lolled bene-it'i 111 ilBF vfio club-house used h the visiting clubs 'A iHI V Tleruan eouIJu t tin 1 it '1 lie hit AW) ' o5,Turner and Cioes ocr tho plate, ii mm? ' iip i)oi nimscu nu no uouuie mm MU'll vi )lne home run, lljjle base on bills lri.mm leVfls thrown Out trying to steal sec MijmWMm (l l Urrell to .Murphy. WWT WM Iliifflpan rapped out a swift grounder, lT liUlTVo nroush Wards lingers, Hnll III h VV11) leaehlni, second before the 1 WF "i1'' lnta ln tuileld. Itelllj ! d tii'Dojle Pour ruin, W'v m lerrau lilt b pitched bull and walked j 4kW M llrst lln Kut nlo"K l0 tnird on Pur- ! i I's cracking hit to right, which was M MM -A i J enough only for a base, but the Mm ' 'Duke" tried to get second and was vtjl thrown out, Turner having made a cap Ill xii ttal throw In from right of the lilt"! "It. Meekin nut a sharp grounder past il ' second and Tlernaii crossed the plate, lV Ti Mcekln resting content at first. Murphy W T ful died to Hellly llurko filed to Dele. h linntv. One run HVl ma FoOrth Innlns Weyhlng out, Mcekln ?4ft to Doyle. Urady thought ne bad a cinch -"P. for first after Htage called three balls In vl m autfcesslon, Jiut Meekin steadied down ' M- and the next throe he tossed In were, MY, eucUoos, each one being n strike, jo MM m arady " awam, out" from the batter'a box and retired to his bench Mr. Ham-, llton out, Ward to Dole .No runs Puller surely seemed to Je. rovched first a good bit aheid of the ball on i his bilt to Cross, win muffed It and then threw quickly to llojle;, but Mnge crilleil it out. Doyle foul-llled to Itelllj. aid mil, lo liojle, unassisted No runs Pifth Inning-Turner out. Murphy to I)o le Cross likewise Delehantj llleel to Ward Nonius . Van Hiiltren lammed u bPiiutltul single to short left, which Delelianty handled slowlj. Hamlltoii made ii brilliant running catch of Tinman s hit to right eeiitre Pnirell filed to Lro-s Mcekln util to Hojle, unassisted. No Sixth Inning llojle fouled out to Pul ler. Hallman sent a beauty right be neath the scats in right Held nnd It was rooI for three bases, but Arthur Irwin ronched him to go home, und rienian just found the bnll in time to return It to Meekin. who shot It to Parrell and Hallmin was touched euit three fee t In front of the pHtey It was execrable eoa?hlng. Iteillj out. Ward to Dojle. Nn runs . .. , I Murphy out Hellly to lloyle 1 Jurko I died through the nime hands 1 ullpr 'out, Cioss to lloyle. Just for u change No runs Seventh Innlng-Wejhlng oift Murnhv to Dojle Likewise Qiidy. Hamilton lie em bills He stole second Turner Hied to Ward. No runs , Dojle singled over short. Ward filed to Hamilton Peihaps he Intended ti; sicrlllce, iinywaj-. an Hiiltren slngleel to short left Held, nelvaneing Dojle to second Tiernan sacrifle el, Hallmin to llojle, Dojle going to third und van Haltrcn to second Parrell llled to Iloj le. No runs. Hlghth Inning-Cross out, Puller to Dijie Delelnniy singled Ward made u tcrrlMe murf of Meekln's throw ot liojle's soft hit, and DelPhantj safe at becond with Hoyle easy at llrst Tiernan mule i dindv running catch of Hall rnnn's llv to short right P.elllj hit bj pitched ball Th bases were then lll'ed 'Wejhlng struck out No iun.s Meekin struck out Murphy out, Kelllj to HojR Hurl-e fouleil out No runs - nin Inning llrndv singled to right. Tlrrnan made u beautiful running c .eh of Hamilton's fly. irnly out trelng to ateil second. Tur nur llel to Puller No runs Puller out at first. Dojle llled out Waril out nt llrst. SCORE BY INNINGS. Plilln ... 004000000 4 New York. OOIOOOOOO 1 AH ! WHAT A GAME OF BAAL. Mullanc's Curcs IJatleel for blitccn Huns In One liming. iny Assioclated Prena.) 110STON Muss, June 18 "Count" Tony Mulline this morning was touched up In the first Inning for eleen hits, with n total of twenty-one. Including three home runs; gae seven men their bases nnd forced In two runs When the smoke had cleared after such a vol ley" tlie Hostons hntl sixteen runs That tells the story of the entire same After thst Mullane pitched well until the s venth Inning, when the heme club fo-ird h's curves again and he gave waj to Inks The score. Iloston. T h lio s vlUaltlmoro r h r p oivc 2!j.. 2 3 3 1 1 1-1 e.raw, Sli 1 3 I I 1 Iini; i . 2 2 1 C IlKicKr, if 1110 0 DutTjr, cf 4 2 2 0 o'llrKlle- ct 112 0 0 MtCTIhr If 2 1 0 0 Olllr then lb 1 1 3 0 C IVin Eh n It 1 1 1 0 0'hcllr It.. 1 2 1 1 C Null :i 2 2 0 0 l.R.IU, 2b 0 0 5 3 1 Turktr lb - 4 10 0 O'jmn m l Z 2 2 2 0 llannon ,rf 3 3 4 1 ll'nblnan, c 0 0 1 0 1 llanzDll c 2 0 4 u C Hurler r 0 14 0 0 Stlir 13 p . 3 4 0 3 0 MulUn; p . 0 1 I) 0 0 t a til p 0 0 0 0 Clnk. p .. 0 0 0 0 0 Totali . . 21 22 27 11 SToUI ... 7 11 21 9 3 t-ioni: nj INMSCS mi'oi .. . .18 1000521 24 llsltlmore .. .0030010127 EiriiM Pun" I oiton 11 llilllmore 1 Tei bnea lilu TccaC-, Uiwe. Nafh, MtCdrthy Cliriee. KVIIey t ifl rjrr stlctu Duffj, Ilannon btolen baifcs I nuc llnrke Mct.ra Double rIa)s Lcrg arj lieee. ns anl Tuckrr. Heltz, Jfnnlniritnl IlroulterJ Uait on ballp IteifTy 3 lunroo 2, Tuckrr, McCarthy e.anzclt Lonie 2, StllrCU Koclcr 3 llrmllr lilt by iltrhcd lall Iie Jcuntus Heeler Mruclc um Clarke J, Nasi la re Wild nllchei Smith Mullane TItut cf rrie Tmi lioura nnd 20 minute At tp lance, w Ci) Lripire Mr 1 malle SI CONf) 0MI Ilalllmoro 40022001 09 Iloelon . 0 0 112 0 2 1 07 Itatterleie McMahon and Hublnaon, Nichota anl Ryan Umpire Mr rUe THOUSANDS SEE VIGILANT. tljelei iu lit llullilern Mne'li lm iire'Nseel li Her. (y Arsnclntexl Treis ) GLASOOW, June 18 Vigilant was towed to Henderson's docl', nt Partlck, two miles northwest of this city, to il ly, to bo thoroughly overhauled for the Clyde regattu. While anthoied at Gourock Vigilant ,as vlsltcel by man) thousands of jiei nons, nnd she was admired by all. The rapid rassage which tho American sloop made across the Atlantic has caused a great Impression In Cljde rac-l-0' clrclcj. The general opinion seems o bo that, although Villant may be 1-mdlcapped bj a lick of familiarity vlth the wind-shifts of tho Cljde course, she will prpe herself to ha fnster than Ilrltanula or Vulkjrlo In or ellnatj wcathei On the other hand, the more sanulne jaehtlug experts profebs lh opinion th it S-tanlta, In u gale of wind, may po-3lbly beat Vigilant. acht bulUers comment warmly upon the beautiful lines of tho American nccr, ami admit tint llrltlsli "adit de signers enn leiru a grent deal trom their brethren aeioss tha Atlantic. It Is stated on authority that Mgll ml will compete) 111 all the dig mitches lu be sailed shortly on the Clyde, Including the Queen's Cup, and that flho wll Tfterw irels proe ed to Hangor and K isrstown, and other places, en route 10 COWCS. MISHAP TO SATANITA. Ilc-r Wentliur HaeUiiluy tnrrleel A vi n in h llieee. ' (Ily Aiurlatfit Pros.) DOVP.H, June IS Tho Urltnnnla and Satanlta started at 11 o'clock this morning on a llfty-mlle Channel race. A strong breeze was blowing. Uritannla, when starting, narrowly escaped a col lision. ... A few minutes later It waa noticed that there was something wrong with Satanlta. Eventually she put back, and a tug started to her aselstance. It waa then found that Ratanlta's weather back stay had bken carried away, and conse quently the waa toned back to this port. j 1 1 p Vqu rent "Thee I5venln(W"rldJ" jSb'Voa read the Sunday WorluT EPiOEIIC " GF SUICIDES. Tiie First Wave of Heat Makes Many Persons Tired of Life. ALFERS ESSHES HIS THROAT. His Bride of Thirty-six Hours Wakes to Find Hiin Bleed ing by Her Side. TWO PISTOLS USED TO END LIFE. Gcorcje Walton McCorm-ck, a Char leston, S. C, Lawyer, Sends a Bullet Into His Heart. Wllll-im Alters, twcnlj-fle scars old, whi has been mart led only thlit-slx hours, and who lives at 177J Plrst avenue, attempted suicide bj cutting hi" throat with a caseknlfe earl) this morning. Alfers has been emplojcd as driver for Lord . Taj lot for the past twelve jears Several jearb ago hu met Geur gla Swecnej, of Lrookljn He became uttcntlve to her. and a few months ugo theli engugement wus announced. Mlbs Sv.cenej Is nn orphan, Just past seventeen, und her uncle was her guar dian. She Inheilted some money from her father, but, being under age, the legacj was put lu trust, and she wus allowed to draw onlj what wa3 neces sary for her support. Alfcis pressed the girl to marry lilm, and sh persuaded her uncle to let her have enough money to furnish a flat. The top flat In the Linden apartment house nt 1773 Plrst avenue was accord ing! furnished nnd the couple were mur rled last Saturd ly nlcht. Alfcrs had been addicted to drink, but Miss Sweeney condoned the habit, thlnk lu that ullrr marriage she could reform him "icsterday mornlrg Alfers asked h.s wife to draw S3me more monev from uei uncle faha told him she could not und a quarrel enued In his anger Al ters sild: "I am Borry I married ' Liter In the day he became morose rnd despondent, rhe couple letlred at 0 o olo k last evening At 'JO o'clock i r o-nlng the joung bride called to r 1 usuand to get up She recelveel no response, and, looking closely at him, siw blood on Ills fice He had drawn the bed clothes about his chin too drew- the covers back and dis covered that his throat was gashed In three places nnd that he wus bleeding. Two case-knives nnd a pocket-knife, Jill stnlned with blood, were found on tho bureau. Alters had evidently stood before the glass while cjttlng hla throit After Kishing himself, ho went back to bed, leaving u trail of blood on tho floor He v as taken to Preslij terlan Hospital, where It Is said he may recover. A BULLET IN HIS HEART. GeeirKc Wnlteiii ltC eirniiK'k. Tnlcie IIIn 1 oiilljr Life. George Walton McCormck, a joung and brilliant lawjer, of Charleston, 8 C , eommtttcel sulcldei late last nlkht at Smith &. McNeil's Hotel, In Greenwich stieet, by shooting himself through the heal t. The suicide was the son of W J. Mr Conuuck, a wealthy and Influential phosphite dealer ot Charleston, He was married and enjojed a lucrative practice The body was posltlvelj' Identified as that of McCorm ick bj Assistant District-Attorney Georgo Gotdon llattle, uf Co1. lellows's olllee who this morning received a telegram from u pirtnei of the deid man, leiiuestlng that he ex amine the re mull s Mr. Hattle was a close friend of Mc Cormnek, having been a college mate of his In the Pnlverslly of Virginia lu 1SS7, Tho leal eauso fur the deed has not been ascertnlnoJ, Mr, Cittle bellcvcn that his flit ml was temporarily insane. This theory is rendered tenable from the fact th it the hotel peopls say that he wns not Intoxicated, as fat ns thej knew, while -topping at tint ho'telrj, McCorm icl. registered at bmlth & Mc Neil's haturd-ij nr minis He- remained about the hotel il part of the daj. He left Simdiy morning, returning fate lu tlie nfternuon Nomina; was observed lu his manner to ineilc.ile that he cjiitciiipiate d sulelile Hetlring ubout J o'clock last nlhht, nuth mg'wns seen of lilm until nearlj 10 u e lnt U when a man ciieupjlug the next room heard a pistol shot Huriyltir downstairs ho notllled the night eieik, who procured a kej und en tered the room McCormuck, lu his night clothes with n te-volver lie Mile him. lay on tho bed bleeellng from a bullet wound lu the breast Just over tho hen it 'lho hand that llred the ullet had been steady, and death came almost Instantaneous!) 'the ponce or me ejnure n street si i tlon Aeie notllled, und the body was removed to Moonej s undertaking shop, In Greenwich strc., as epilcMy as po s'ble The dead man effects were sont to the Coroncr'M oince. Hesldes a few trinkets theio wero 18 cents lu his pockets, A iaan who did not give his n ime professed to Identlfj the corpse as that of J, J. Denll, of Atlanta, On , formerly editor of tho Perth Amboy (N J ) Argus Mr, llatlle's identification later wus complete, however Mr Hattle wns much affected when the news of his friend's suicide reached him. Ho hud not seen McCormnck in several jenrs. Arriving at his oltlco this morning Mr Dattle found the Charleston telegram lying on his desk. He Immediately viewed the body. ''McCormack was about thirty-five yeara old," said Mr, Hattle, ' and at col lege gave promise ot a bright future. He was graduated from the University of Virginia In IKS, and went home to his wealthy father with as auspicious a future before him aa could well be isvyA.J. ffeVii. V ir" s I'li-aTif i ft m!-" ViV asked or hope for Later he mrrrled an' ct'mible voung womut s I elld not know that he was mi the eltv, anl when I n reive l t'i 'il-grim I wns complctilj take i nv suiinlsc "I have taken chuiie f the 'lodv nn l nm awaiting Instructions from .Met r imitk's relatives " TRIED SUICIDE THRICE. llrn. ltnili-liiui'K ite'pe nle-il I'.ITiirls In Kill llerne-If Pull. Mrs llcrthi Jlidi linn, thirty-two jenrs old, wife uf Li nrst ltadelian, uf 3j'j Hast Klghtj-llrtt Hllttt, made three attempts at suicide at her home this morning. Last Pebiuaiy Mrs Hndeh-iu lost two chlllren from ellphlheiW within ten dajs Grief from the lus of her children uf fee led her mind hhe ot late made fiefiunit uttemnts to kill he lee If, but was batlled bj the e are fill wateh of hu husband I'hls morning, however, she eluded him und went to lluberchek'ri drug stole, LlghtJ llrst street and Plrst avenue She bought n bottle of cuibolli scld, which bhn slid she would use to drill beds hhe nt once ralscil It to her lips, but was pre vented fiom swnllovvliiB It bj the drug hl't, who snatchel It from her Lite( In the iiy she went to another druggist to buj some poison, but ho.e fimeel to si 11 It lo her. The thlrel time she left the house wns at 11 o clocl' She said she was going for groceries. Plfteen minutes liter she returned with groceries She dresed her self In the mournlnq; which she wore for her chlldten and kneeled In the kitchen to -rav. A few minutes later her hus bind heirel a scream lie ran to the k irhcn anl found bin wife lying on the flao- She hid evldentlv concealed a Int tle of c-irlnlle ncld about her peison. Her lips were burned. , , An ambulance wan summoned, nnl Vrr Hnilihtn wis tnken to the Preshj terlan Hospltnl It was stated there that she would recover. USED TWO PISTOLS. lllni'liii- Xe-nt n llulli't fri.nt IlueU Into Ills lle'ieil. Prelerlck Ulnclne, sixty jcars old, committed suicide at his home, 11 Pll lltiKton street, Lrookljn this morning In n most novel manner. Hlnclre had two revolvers of 32 cnl Ibre Holding ono in each hand, he pl-iced ono on each temple, and then, pulling tho triggers blmultaneously, sent two bullets crashing Into his brain. Death was almost Instantaneous. The cause of Hlncluu's act Is b" llrvcd to have been despondency rive months ago the old man's wife died, and since that time his neighbors say he has been moroso nnd has brooded continually over his affliction. He hud frequently been henrd to sny that ho would kill Mm"elf. KILfcED HERSELF WITH GAS. .i:innp I,rMT round De-nil In Her Itoimi To-Dnj. Minnie Lescr, twenty years old, a do mestic at 11 Pant nightj'-seventh street, committed suicide at noon to-daj bj In hnllnr gas The odor of escaping gns .ttructed the attention of thoso In the luuse, and thej traced It to the room rcejplel Lj the girl t The gas was turned on full, and the cievlce- nbout the window nnd room n.lel The eloor of the room was locked, nn 1 had to be forced open I'.ie building in which the girl killed htroelf U the Hllsmore Apirtim nt "iiisc. She was cmplojel bj a Mrs i n . crlrl had regular and freeiuent calif f- n a mnn supposed to be her hetrutVl ,1s lln resscd n short time ngo ind tie Irl berame delected, hhe Is known to have had a brother nnd bister. MAMIE BERGENON DEAD. Kvplrril Till Mariilng fredii l'olsnn IiiUimi l.nst Mt-liti mle Hergrnon, twentv-one vcars nil, of "i Avenue A, who took rat poison to kill herself at her Ionic, on Sunday n'e'lt, died In Hellevui Hospital at o'clock this morning bhn formerly worked it Ridley s but was dlscliaiuid six weeks ngo Since then she had been looking for n place, but had failed to llnd one. She ntteneled St. Augustine's chape! In TCist Hmurton street, and on tho margin of a Sundij school piper found In her room, was written. " Please let my teacher know what 1 have done." TOOK CARBOLIC ACID. Mrs. 'Iheiiiuisi.il Trleit Hiilelde- llr tniihi Sim Aii IlexcTt.-el. A joung woman who described herr-elf an Mts Nellie Thompson, aged twentj two jenrs, and living at 111 Third ave nue, attempted suicide at noon to-day by swallow liu carbolic ncld She was removed to Hellevue Hospital by Policeman lloast, of the Hist Plfth street station. It Is supposed h.it Ihe joung woman was derpondent tutausc s't wns deserted hv her husband Dr Lander, of the hospital sinir, sajs she will iccovcr. TOOK PARIS GREEN. Carl ltcliiiiiiiinu Piilln In nn Mtemiit tu Kill lllrusell. Carl Heimann, foils jcars old, nt tcmpled sulcldo at 2 11 P M to day by tnklng P.irla green whllj ut his liome, 1&19 Avenue A ..... lie wns tuken to the l'rcbj terlan Hnspltul, ii prisoner Helnman w is despondent. He has been out of emploj incut for the pist few months FOUND DEAD IN HER ROOM. Mjstorlous ninth of a Woman Known us Itcrthn. A woman who Is knjwn only bj the name of Herlha, about twentj -three years old, live feet elx Inches tall, was founl dead In her room, If) Kist Sevcntj -second street, till nfternujii The body wis lemoved by permllon of Deputy Cjrcuitr O'Hare to the Morgue llruvtiicel IIIiiihi-K nt Atlantic Clt). ATLANTICl CITV, N. 1 , Junei II Hcnrr Lotm. A conk, eroptoeil at tha Hotel LIn4, rommltttil Jidda Ihl. morulns Xr etrownlnt klmaelf in ibt aurt. Ut i"' lulerlni from dallrlum lr. ratua. Loan a forljr-tso jaara etd, anil Uatca a -iduw and obi child. i ' i ' TltluW Ho IlruiTlied llllilsrlf. NnWAJtl. N. J . Jont IK At Aa. tajlar h bod f a man, suppcocd l fct Jotcfh Clukls, of Mil .J-lW'ti.V, t f .i J-rt ,tg.. N vf ttb t llv ss f iiiD'l (Maim In the Ta.. lie tiller near the ltierrl in elnre I ctierie or recom menlalton were f mini 111 ihe Hvkcla anl trad to the Rupioxltlciu vt auHcJe ihriuch lack ot cm-plujltlcnl SHOT SON AND HIMSELF. .Intncs J?, rurslinj's Trrrllilei Drci! In Viititlniu Stieet, James P Porshuj, u widower, of II iiinlani strut, und his miii, Wnller 8 Porshuy, vielo found lj lng ut 3 11 o'clock this nfternuon In the Ir room, HUftciInf from bullet shot wounds In their hcadi. When the surgeon urrlved from St. Nlnceiit's Husiltul H'e fnlher wus iU.ul, but the son w is still nlive He nlso died under lho udmtnlstt itlom of the luikcoii. Although nothing dellnlle Is known as tu the cause, the police express It as their belief that tho father Hist Bhot the son, unit then shot himself. The Porshnjs lived on the second noor nnd hud llttlo to do with their neighbors The revolver used was of 32 cnllbre, nnd wus found on the floor neir the bodies The father was fortj-one jears old and the son tv elv c WAS SHE POISONED ? A Young Weininii Dies 1'nilcr Ous nli'luiis t'lrc uiiistiini'rs. At the Morgue Is the body of a girl whose death occurred under such cir cumstances as to give rise to the belief thut she was poisoned. The girl whose Identity had not been established up to noon toStuj, had taken a room nt 323 Paist Plfty-lhltd street last Prldaj-. The next day she died ap parentlj In great agony and without having left any clue ns to her Identltj bejond a handkerchief, which in one coiner bore the written nume, "LM Lundau." The other effects of the rirl consisted of u red skirt, blue Je rsej, u cullco wrap per and a pocketbook containing le, cents Mrs Barbara I'rutza, In whose flat on the tround floor of 333 Hast Plftj -third street the girl died, told an "Hvcnlngl World" reporter this morning that she hadn't the remotest idea who the girl was She came to my house," saiei jiirs. Prutzu, "between 1 uod-6 o'clock-lnst I'rlday nfternoon Shu told ino that hhe had lost her position, and asked me to give her bonrd nnl lodging for a weok. Hy that time, bho said, shu hoped to bc curo another Job She paid me ii In ad vance At llrst the t,lrl seemed quite cheer ful und lulpi t u.ei wash my dishes. Hho was verj p '., however, her face being of a clib. vhlteness bho re in el that night nt 9 o'clock. Next moimii,. ut about 8 3u she called me ban tulcl 'Grandm-, give me a gliss ni vv t i "I mixed a 1 tile sugir In the water for her hhe tl en nsitel tor milk The more of this I gavu heir the moru she wanted "At about norm time she began com plaining i f pains In her llmba I thought it llrt that ehe was feigning nn Illness, but th"n 1 noticed her skin was begin ning to mn brown, until she looked like a rrulatto Her !'. ier nails had also be come ii ittu b acl ' I the n became al irmed and told her I v fulil tend fen n doctor. '.No c'on t send for u doctor,' she falrlj shrieked. 'I have taken Pills that a doctor tavo me. Tluy will do all lotwtlli8turdlng this ontrentj'," con tliuiLu Mrs l'rutri, "I t-cnt mj son-in-law. Vgner. who lives ut J 1-ist Plltv-second street for u doetoi, hllo hu v i- gone thu girl grew continually worse. At 1 o'eloik she- bUildenly started up In bed and (.luied nround wildly, I was ulmot frl(,htniid out of my wits, but look hold e f her arm nnd shook It, ut the Hi me tine ns! lng her what lit r n ime was nnd where her homo wns She did not uuswci, but began gisplug for brea'h After keeping this up for u mlnuti m t'ivo shu gave one long convul sive sob .nn then fell back upon her " U that moment Dr Purdj , of ISO r.n-t Bev cuts -second street, whom my son-in-law had sunimincd entered He exam ined liLr husi ly and pronounced her dead ' Thn onlv Information given bj the girl abjut herself to Mrs I'rutza was thut she had recentlj arrived from Germany. Tills w is probublj true, as shu spoke onlj Get man and did not seem to know a word of. PuglUh. Tho I efinlt for the body's removal wus given only last night. Undertakers H Kolb .v. Sons, of tr4 Second uveniic. who took the body to the Morgue, said that It had by that tlmo turned Jet black Coroner's Phjslelan O'Hare, who made nn nutopsv this morning, certi fied ih.it the girl's death was due tu en teritis. Inflimmal on of the Intestines. FAIL FOR HALF A MILLION. (looelvvln .VSuiri Assls'i nllli Lnrgp Llnlillltlrs. The rillrial contractors anl promoting firm uf Goolwln - Swift, compose 1 ot We nih II Goilwin and Frederick Swift of 1,1. Uroadway, assigned to-day to Arthur I! clruit, of the law Arm of Denning v. VValradt, 13 William strce Herd times .in-i Inaolllly to meet eugagcmints ale the cairn s ot lho failure 'Ihe llabl itles are roughly cstlmited nt from JJjO.imo tu $700,000, with an in clination tu place them at the latter tlgme Mr. Goodwin Is Vice-President of the I lrookljn Baseball Club Most of tho cretlitom are In New lurk, und a io principalis Individuals und tot banks Assignee Wulrudt said this nfternoon that If time e-teiulons c-uild be seemed the creditors would prol ably be pill In full Tho linn was thielL Interested In electric street ra Iroa i lines In King ston and Lockport, this Mate, and lu Mobile, Ala. Ann reuil "The" PvculilK Wttrlill' l)e. iiu rt-nil the Sunelii) World? Died AVhllu nt Wurli. rredcrlck Krl. tlttr-two jar old. a citr ma cablnetmaaer, U'lnt at :i0 Uait nnti straat, dlad suddeulj at W e clock IhU roorrliif hlla at erk la Ilea MW-ulll at JJ Waal bliu foirth alrt.U iiihil'yttn'liTi fBiBti-V1! i goIanche wins FROMJIERALD. Only Two Starters in tlie Long Island Light weight Handicap. LULU FILLY AN EASYWINNER. She Leads Nearly All tho Way and Captures the Debutanto Stakes. i ARMITAGE TAKES THE FIRST. He Beats Trevelyan Easily Peler the Great Gets the Second at Morris Park. (Sjierlat tu Tho Pvenlnr. Worl 1 ) RACH a HACK, MORRIS PARK, June 18 'Ihe uttin Innce at the Hack to-daj was verj slim. The programme wus not uttructive, and the weather wns In tolerablj hot. Thes'i things went a long way towuids keeping most of the usuil crowd at home. Idle the weather wus warm In tho city. It wuri fairly cool nt the track A fresh Incize blew through the stand from the south It was announced to-day that the match race between Stonenell and Cor icctlon would be the seventh race on the card to-morrow Hoth arc as line as silk, nnd a rattling good race should be seen The opening event wns a diit.li of flv furlongs Armltuge. who Iiiih developed Into n great sprinter was llrst nearly ull the way. ilu was quoted at what seems a generous price when his recent rue cs nre considered. Ho won In veiy easj' stjlc Wuh Jim was the favorite, the redoubtable ' Snnppnr" piloting him. The "Snap per s ' great finishing powers did not amount to much on U'uh Jim, nnd he was beaten out fur the place by Tre velyan. A very poor lot started In the mile clash, with Peter the Great a favorite The nice was made verj interesting by the exhibition Jockey Snedeeker gave on Dtldemere 'Ihe mare looked a win ner nt thu furlong pole, but when Tnral r shed alongside with the favorite ne ! Iter got n bad ease of tho rattles und let the marc drop. x,..i ctniero staggereu and swerved an'! came very near going over the fence ly tho time Snedeeker recovered his equilibrium Peter the Great and Ornus had both passed the marc Peter tl i Great won In u drive" Ornus wus pock eted nil down the straight Jack McDonald's Lulu flllj. a llktl looking miss by Sir Modred, was one o' the neided starters in the Debutante Stnkes Jack and his friends played her nil over the ring getting us good as 3 to 1 for their monej' Ihe Ally went to the post at S to 3 nnd won verj easily from Sweden, who was the best plajeel of the others Liza made a strong bid for the money, but ch stopped badlj In the last sixteenth T' c Hnvoc people "cat a watermelon" wl h their colt. The opening price was 1 j to 1 nnd It wus stendllj plajcd do.vn to jS to 1 HIIST ItACC Welter tiandlrnp aaeepttaket fnr all rgea, IIS evl eelnt 11 OOI added, !W tnrlunaa Miners. limine t UK Fin Armlcite Its (Slmal . 5 I S 3 L i' i 'an lit (l lllleileld) u 1 e 1 1 : Wai Jm 1-1 (l.jrHMn) 1- 10 1 V si ' I aim IIS lllorlon) I a I c 1 t 1 lie US IT. mil I 1 ! 1 : I Ilia k Hawk 110 (bliiane) t) 1 S I 1 7 e Inrooenl 107 lljimhl CO 1 :o 1 7 Koilolin 111 llerklnil 10 1 1 I 4 7 8 M lOarnee t:v IM rrla) ! t I 1 9 9 9 11 Jove US lllam II nl '3111 1J 10 lj Annltnge t,ot awav third, but nl o',ce t-ieel Into tin lc id, and wns mvir hcaeled, v inning In u cuntei bj i.iree lingths from Tieveljuii who was head and head with Wuh Jim throughout Time Hull-.' Mutm-lR isld StralKht, J11S5, place, Jl." 15, third J7N1 Treveljnn iiald Place ?:..-., third, (13 10 Sah Jim paid I? third second hu: Hanliiap iseep.laker - three )ear nl It noli iclm era at thia raeetlUb. Hi cah eeltli 11 0uo added cnu l tile siarlera. Ililllnr. St lilt Hi. t'eter the clrral IIS ITaral) II i ven 2 1', UruiK 11- It IttlelWM) il II I C :' llellemere 1 17 (Sued, ker) 9 : IS 1 JiJ 1", llememlna 101 il.iml)) IX t 4 1 4 1 .hlnear ll Itirklm) II SI 7 4 i laccolum 100 (Kcefe) II II I :"jC 1 Unit III Jone , W I I: 1 1 7 7 bore Malttur lw (lllake) 101 II I 8 S Cletnentlni rushed to the front and tut out tho running eloselj follow cl by 1 it tiitum in 1 1 mere and Lochnlvni No rhange' la the abive order was noted nil 111 they struck the stretch These 1 u totum took up the running tin I was Jolnn! bj lleldemie re Ihe litter looked all over the winner until l'ctti the Greit came with i I ittli tuiedccker went all to nl. ces an 1 iht in ire lloundcreMl about, llnullj Mulshing thli I Piter the lire it won bj three i arts of a. length from Ornus, who was two lengths lu trout of llel lemerc" "llnic 1 II 1-1 Mutuels paid Straight, $16 15, place, J10T0, third, JT 15 Ornus pild. Place, Jie ) third, J7W Hellemetc paid fa 10 third Tlimn llAe h DebuUnU blaaia, tor Alllia Iwu )Lari old a !cptakra ut tJ each. Kith .'I (CM addiM f.ct furlonra Staileia Ilelllllf tC lilt Tin I ulu nil) IU liirlSln) a j 4 1' 1' -.e-ws ns esim) mil: v :, tJaa Hi (Umll 7 1.15 !' S' KouiKlclay US ITaial) S I 8 1 I I 4 lltrnlre 111 lllersen) Jo 1 I S 5 l.idy Hue 111 cftnitetl! U I 1 Katilear Cllr US lllamlltin)-i I 15 I 117 Pniiiecranaee 115 IbltlleilnlJlU loll 7 8 rnima 115 llhake) 10 1 10 I 9 1 I fieri ma 115 iMldaley) Jo I 10 t 10 lo 10 I Lulu llllj rushe I to the front lu the llrst Ifirlong and ltd ill the way, winning leallj bj three lengths fr in Swelen. who was three pirts if a length In front of Lira Tlnif-lOl ,...,,., , Mutuels paid Mrnlght. Jl." W, place, fiS, third, 1"0 Sweden paid l'lico, J3 50, third I7W Li.a p ltd Uu third. rot'it'rii it ve Ian Itland Lit-iVlsM Handicap for all aaea, a aveeepatakta ot :j ea i a It.OeX) added tna nit. biarler- Hfltlos El Hit tin. Clean ba 111 (Sim.) 11 3 : 11. ltrralj. 104 IQrlOn) 15 19 1 I 3 Herald out out the runnlne for sir furlonss, with Comanche u lenslh away S. yL--L4aIS-. kic!!. M talk. ?BaplV7sHanBjajBHajaMe aiiiiiiiiiiii MMMMmmWMMmm llghtlnc; for his head. Comnnche went In tho fiom n fin long from home, and won, hands down, bv half a length, In 1 ll'i He then wc it nn nnd worked out mi i sitra nuniter It being n preparation for the Suburb in Mutuels paid $7 HFTII n.CI' Pi ee,tal e nf SU nrh ee lite SI Ooo addel for lio eear ill. uort dinners, five and a halt fur li nqs 'lirlcm flrtttnac fit Illf Tin. llaiiH 111 ll'enn) , IS I 6 I Ji, 1" llitalrn, 111 et.ilnljl 25 1 10 1 Ii 2 Man ill III (lirlir.n) 7 18 5 4 3 Si rim nit 111 (IlerRin) 7 18 17 7 4 Monotunr, lis (I lllleileld) 111 (1 I 5 t I irti t ill 111 llllakel to 1 15 1 8 6 Llllle I'aalln US ISin) 7 10 1-1 2 2i 7 I olden lllte HI (ktete) 2D") 1 60 I 9 4 8 Cliliot 111 (Taral) 10 I S 3 3 9 9 Havoc rushed tci the front In the first furling, uud v.as never bended, winning handl'y bv tw. lengths Dolabrn got the (lite Lolllo P.istln ran second to the jt furlong, where she die! badlj". Time 1 M Mutuels paid Straight, Jit: GO, nlnco, JtsiO (hire' JjISI Dolabrn paid: Place, Jlh. -i), third, $10 30 Marettl paid J13 45 third mTlt iiArn Sneep.tikea ot I'S each with SI DM addel; for malleus ot all are, ono mlla and a fur lone siartera Iletllnit Ft lilt Fin Star irlrea- 10, (tlersen) 18 5 even 14 1 Vnllpode 10; (lllake) 20 1 8 1 9 9 21 llel Norte 111) Il enn) .81 Jl 8 1' 1 aria 107 (Hamilton) 2S 1 10-1 B 8 4' I'r klinuth 110 (Morcan) C 1 2 1 0 6 r, llarelhalch 110 U I'crklm) 1 t 6 5 J 2' Hal 97 (Thoodrl ICO l C 1 7 7 7 Ilemole 100 U Hue-tun) .41854 Pi 8 (Ml 1nka 110 (MtiletlelUI lj t 0 I 3 t 9 tllar Mid 97 111 l.odlrer) (1 I Ml tell Dig Mid fell and broke his neck Just ns the Held got In motion. The boy was not Injured Hemote nnd Hazol hntrh cut nut the running to the stretch, where Star Actress went to the front nnd won bv n neck from Antlpode, who beat Del Norte a length. Time US. LAMPLIGHTER WITHDRAWN. Wiilliuiitii's Crent Ilorsri Will Not Mart In thu hilliiirban. (Special lo Tho -Tenlnc World) MOHH1S PAHK, Jure 18 Lamplighter was withdrawn from the Suburban this afternoon. 4" RACING AT LATONIA. W. I.. Miin-ie.il, the I'nvorH-, ll.-nts Hot. Ni"i-1 In the I'lrst lliu"i". COVINOTON, June 18 A fair al-ed crowd witnessed the races nt the Latonla race track to-daj. The results are aa follows Plrst nace One mile Won by W. I Munson, 4 to & and 1 to 0: Hob Needy, 2 to 1 place, second und Decapod third, Tlme-1 Scond Hnce Three-quarters of a mile. Won by Sadie- Hard. to 1 and 6 to D; Koslmette, 2 to 1 place second and Sanooz third Time 1 20 Third Haee One mile and seventy arils -Won by Llndolette, 1 to 1 and I .1n,a.inKT'4T""-t-"n.l aiiel. Lady Gay thlHL Time-IBS i , ' I'ourth Hare Five and a half fur longs - Won bj Ace, G to S and 1 to 2: Tenochtltlan. 4 to B, was second, and Jacob Lltt third. Time 1.13 1-2. MORRIS PARKJiMTRIES. SIOHHIS PAHK June 18. The entries for to-inorrow's races ana as follows: Plrst Hice Plv furlonn-s Tormentor .. .. Ill Llzetta 119 Will P.lllott .... 117 Mclba 114 Lustre 112 Trevelyun Ill Will Ton3o Ill Hublcon Ill Ilea Lomond . Ill Pactotum 10o War Honuett . W Second Hace Handicap, mile and a sixteenth r a Alonzo 124 Holler 107 i strilnt 'M Ornu 97 lr asure. . Is) hetauket 87 Third Hace Great Kclipse Stakes, threeT-ciunrters of u mile. ' -Ince of MonacollS Connoisseur . ... 118 Wultzer . ... 118 Uticn 118 bu Galihad.. ..118 Paladin 118 Fourth Knee Helmont Stnkes; mile n-d mi eighth 'lonlno . -.125 Prig 119 Herrj of Nn- Joe Hlplej 112 srre . ..lie pnubtrtil . . , Plfth Hate Plve nnd a half furlongs. fiat lack . 118 Knockabout (for Wlndgilc 1P merlv Hose c)...111 fo'lcule . . IM i-pildlmore 115 Glensllli ll' SIMh II ice One mile III Llllott 107 Augusta Hello , 10J Mrlln . . 101 Mlxs Dixie .. ..104 Gil Dollar. 101 Treasure . .. 102 Clementine . . 101 Hess MeDulT ...101 Oriort i . '! Setauket 91 Mclodj J Seventh Ha-e Match for J100 each, Jl 510 udleJ, live furlongs htunenell . 114 Correction 109 MIKE DWYER DENIES IT. Iliix eil Iliiimhl, ii ml In "t Golna l llllj, I ruUe-r'a llorsrs. MOHHIS PAHK, Juno 18 M. F. Dwjir said to-day that there was not the slightest ntom of truth In the re i ort that he had purchased or Intended to purch lie Hlchnrd Croker's horses "Such n thing was never broached by Mr Croker or mjself," said he "I il m't know when he will return. I know he was a verj sick man when he went awaj ' . DELAFIELD IS SECRETARY. Selcctcil To-Oit 1P flic New Rupttl Transit Coiiimlsslon. aV full niee lng of the new Hapld Transit CommlKjl n was lied this afternoon In the Mijor's private olflce behind closed doors After the meeting Comptroller Tltch announce 1 thit I e , Is I. Delatleld, a lawjer nf 111 llroadwaj, had been chosen 1 1 l t-etrelnrj of the new Cjnimlsslon, at a nlirj of 2 5o0 a Jeir. J lldirj It II. i Um in and A. H. Hoani l men wire seleetid us counsel, nnd Will iam 11 ire 1 u l'ursons us Chief Hnglneer. President Orr reported that he had I rtihJgeil permiinint quarters for the Hoird nt iau llroadwaj. ninth floor, at an unnuiil rental of SJ.D00 The Hoard will meet In Its new rooms June ."i JOHN W. BRINK FAILS. L'mhrclln 3lniiufneturer hnccuiuba to thu Iliirel Tillies. John W Hrlnk, dealer in umbrellas and parasols, at 392 nnd 3)1 Church street, made an usslgt ment to-day 'o Abraham H Kcuchtwantcr, with a preference for SI ono. Tho liabilities are $40,000 The failure was en use. 1 by the hard tlmeo. Mr, Drink lias been In butlneis for the past eighteen jcars. Drinkimi Is a fine art, a fact not general) known or Ktolr mUuuderjtood. Thus (t tends to ruin and death. Why net tadtethd K-xuy Cub- at Saratoja 8prlV N Y l V t'l'l-rtlil-l (f("(jtt lY l'niflllliii-i'ifi-l BROOKLYN. AT THE CAPITAL. WasMngtons Began in a'Ut4 tie Better Style 1M. '"M tbe Bridegrooms. HH TIE IN THE THIRD ik jH Torrid Sun Makes tlio BlcaoiliaH Boards Anything bat t ' , Joy Forever. $)Mmmm CRANKS DRIVEN TO IcOVEldtl .Vlllaaai , ,4; H Mercer, the Young Phenomeni, ShmXmtm ' .WMMMmm in tho Box tor the - "' ,LLm Senators. i "fH (Specl.il to The Evenlne w'orlil s , . BMWMMW HALL pnOUNDS, WASmNqTOK.VH D C, June IS. Schmclz put the1 name fawALkjM of three pitchers In a hat anddrenf put- &9WMmmm that of young Mercer, who Is regarded br LLLkjM tho team as something of a'rienor-,',:;';' and behind whom they play with taiiestaAl, H cohfldencc. The result wll Indicate hcrV mBmmn much luck the iVnshlngtons h'aye.Stetei jMWMWi wns booked Xor the Brooklyn boxvvtf i'K liiiiai The bleachers of Washington are tb' 9Mm9MM hottest on earth, and a torrid suq;drorV mm9M9n the rooters to cover, so the atttneu4ja jH was one of the lightest of 'the tumtrj'! .- Jm9MMM Hatting order: "'& ''.mWMMmM Washington. Brooklyn. i X''9MMm9m Ward, 2b. Daly. 2b. t"MMmMMm Hassamer, 3b. Corcoran, -la. , J " mwrnXmrnXm Abbey, cf. Tredway, If. W& 9MMM9M McGuIre, c. Grlllln. of. -fwW.- Selbach, rf. Shlndle, 3b. ? iv'iiiH Tebeau, If. Hums, rf. A ""tH Cartwright, lb. Foutz, lb. v VTA ,' iB Hadford, ss. Dalley, c XZm9MMm Mercer, p. Stein, 'p. CIT'Ts-ikiH Umpire Mr. McQuald. Wsiaiiiii First Inning-Ward lTiiklhtmm9Mm single over short, Hassamer forced Uta 'v; H Ut second, but Daly's low. tljro'iV, garo VBai-i the In tier n life at first. A"bb'"y;aouU H to left sent Has'samer to thl"rhTMe4aS' B fUIed the bases by- hlttlhap-TcGulrtj. a-K?WMMMm bach was. out, Shlndle to .fli.H-W-W LH mer scoring. Tebeau's .bit waa e-'eUL HH stopped "by Daly; but T"out droppeai taief: MM9m9M throw and Abbey scored. cQolr-'iVift kiiiH cabght at the plate by Foutx. Te frM faH runs. a j ., aiH Daly struck out. Corcofan hit 'itStAr ' -biiiH to centre. Tredvay hit to Ward .,ni,vMMtmmM was out at first Grlflln nent a gtovm&ry, 9MM9Mm to right and Corcoran 7 tallied. 'Shlmllo.-; 9m9M tiled to Hadford. One run., . ,. , ,),j JH Second Inning Cartwright drove. a. koti 4 -iiiiH double down the left line. IUaort,ea C-iB to Grlflln. Mercer was thnwn out Iby 't, WmXWMM Daly. Cartwright reaching .third- WardJJ flH got first on balls, and stole second, CSrt- m9M9m wrlght scorlns an Dalley'a muff at JZora r-MMMMMX Daly's return. Ward cot to .third oajhe v!1 JM p ay. Hassamer got four balls, nd Ward k ty MMMWM was caught trying to score on a tAMMMWM One "' LLLaLai Burns sent up a foul for Hassamer. 'm9MMM Poutz drove a double past third and lsa-i scored on Dalley'a pretty single .over aIL-iH second. Stein struck ont and Tom D-ly .VBH forced Con by a hit to Hassarper. One iv-.kLLLl run aaa-B-l-l Third inning Abbey llneda safe ,'.' 9m9wM to centre and stole second, McGuIre 7 MmWmWM flied to Daly. .Selbach sent Abbey houni-t. 9m9MMM bv a llnr to left for two bases, bat w-e,' tHaLLl caught stealing third by Dallery. Ttbeawy' JH struck out. One run. '-j,'j"-'i B Corcoran struck out, Trediyav weiirt?. -H to first on balls end to third ton QTitKa'utt, mmmmmmm hit to left Grlflln went to third mM'-ltmWMMM Tredwny scored on McGulre'a throw?e iiiiH from centre. Shlndle hit safely to Uft,VH scoring Grlflln. Hurns .rot four balta. ;V-H Foutz gave Hadford. Ward and Cn- tm9M9M vv right it chance for a quick double plarM W9m9MM Two runs , -tj-m9MM9M I'ourth Inning Corcoran made a'rreat '.tkaaaa-k-l stop and throw oft Cartwright. .JUd- " MM9Mm9 ford got first on balls, but was caught ' ikaaaa-H nt second by Dalley. Mercer sent a j HH bounder over second, and stole on the) . , B llrst ball Wanl took four balls andUfr' isa-i-H Hassamer the same. Abbey sent; tip air. H flv for Shlndle No runs. . l i- ;ST ,,,,,,,,,, Dalley sent n stinger Into - cemtr..J , MMMMt Steins' hit to Mercer was well -tided tOvf.- m9MM Hndfonl, but muffed Hassamer threw-, ,, H Dnlv out nt first, Corcoran'a "nit-to ,f H left scored Dallev and Stein . Crtror-ai JJ. mMEW ran home when Tred way's ball carro---"-. H ed off Hadford's shins. ,-'i H SCORE BY INNINGS. iH WnmliliiR'n. 2 1 t O H nrooltlyn. . 1 1 3 3 ! H -, -.- . i GAMES IN OTHER CITIES. .V fl '-1 m AT PITTSBURO, na--l rinsT a.i!E. , HH Louisville-. . 0 I 3 0 O a V- H llltKburc- . 3 tl 3110003 t H natterlea Knell and Earlt: t-tceteurl) aat ' H Mark. Implre Mr Hunt. j H SECOND OaVMB. H -oulsvllle O O O 0 O 0 f,MsH 1-ittlblll. .03 1) 32 0 -. i (,H natterle-Menate and Grim: Klllea tat r k9 Merrill, Umpire Mr. Hunt. f aaaa-H AT ST. LOUIS. I.lla.01.- r,'- lmjM tlnrlnnatl. O 'I , iaaaaaaH f-t Louis - 0 (I - !f. IM-M natterlea Dwjer and Vauuhnj Itavll aatry'' lH Telu Lmplre Mr O Rour-e. i aaaa-H AT CLEVELAND. AlUiSV 1 )H Chlraaro--. -. -on l A.. HH tlet eland. .023 ,X BJH flatteries MrQIll and Schrlrer; Tem titr-i i ltHi Zlmmer Umpire Mr -rncb. f . sjflH Other sporting news will be foaaaf..;., 'WaH on rase O. -' , AFTER HAVEMEYER NOW. , x; H Tho Committee, Asks that H? M4'r M Scnrlcs lie Prosecuted. i1'- 'lH (llr Aaaoclateit Preaa.) lH WASIIINQTON. June 18,-The Senat-. 1 tfMM Sugar Trust Investigating Committee tW1!' 'BJi day decided by a vote of i to . to reieivjaaMe .riB the Vice-President to certify the rrtua-lA4-., ''! ot H. O, Havemeyer and J. K. Se4rles,r', VLW President and Treasurer, re'epecrtvtajv to dispose certain things of the AftxrV ' V'-HJ can Reflnl-B Company,, to t-ea-sartrteji-. M ; AttOmr. t -.a,l4-''-i' aVai KaSateWaatSvaAf X -AmmWA'