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GIANT TALLIES
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SCARCE AT HUB
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Din ehs Curves Were
Puzzling to Daviss
Collection Denzer
Pitched Good Game
but an Error Let a
Run In
The llntllnar Onlrr
New York Hrnton
Van llaltrcn cf Single rf
Davis Trnnev Ib
JCeKrlrte rf Domain it >
Helhach Cnole If
Murphy li Ilimllton cf
Ilowcrman nb Ii > < 3b
Gnnzcl II Ione
AVarner c < lttrldge c
Denier p Dlnccn p
Implr1 D > er
Ad Intrndiirtlrn
StttrUl to The Crenlnc Woll
BOSTON Maw Aug 21 Secretary
Krtd Knonltri tojk nearly all the Giants
to jco The Burgomaster lost night at
the Trcmont Theatre Gathamltes will
rcmemler that the Bur malcr wcnt
tu rlecp for 0 year and awoke to 1ml
hlm cln a new world
The Giants having themselves Juit
awakened llrorn a long slumber wrrr
Jl right In the humor to appreciate the
old UulLhmana performance Their
lctory over the Beaneaters yestcrdiy
IId a tonic effect and verak of thYm
h11f 1111 iclr HcVds fdc the flr t itnie m
ntny moons
J The bcllp of the Qnlncy Hour dlnlni
< Voum smiled onthem at lastand forgot
tu Indulge In cutting remarks mr
more frlcnlly attitude aroulcd the muse
I which In lielullulI ncuther Is alwaya
1 rampant In Pop Hclln breast a ithe
IJ save h < ra pass to today Eame to
4 nhlch he added the following gem to
l the tune of Those Kvenlng Bells
toil in Qulncjr belle d tr Qulncr belle
t love lo br1M Jlnjf bell
know hiaer we bear Its chime
Thit jour r t tict be on llsie
jJi Oh Qulacy belle deer Qulncr tcl >
V oi 10 hrir the dingy bell
That Is ery pretty Mr Bell she
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rnM and Ill 010 the game but I
I nlsh you to understand that nV face la
tint n clock
Naturally the Bell of the ball club and
tho Iwllc of the diningroom are pretty
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cood friends
Po Illckniaul Horn Drlial Helloed
Charlie lllckman will not make his
debut In the box today after all unlejsa
Denier arm Ua out Denier shut
out tlt Beaneatcrs In New York and
us he felt pretty well today he waa
tdated for the lab Hick will doubt
IN n go In agnlnst Brooklyn tomorrow
f or Trlday
How do you fiel about It Charlie
tnI nsked Secretary Kred Knowles today
you dont know Davis dont know
IS JlontknorcUcl lllckman Ihe
ftIt nords of the funny phrenologist In
1 Florodora n Ill tell you after the
tfjj game
lIt 1 The day began gloomy with a chill
fJ l U nlnd and allperiadlng tog Later
1 afaun came out and now just before
fc game 111lUcool and fresh anJ
t flnny an a day In April On a former
t visit here the writer wrote of the pres
ence at the game of a whitehaired lady
y 1 of ye olden days
Todaythe nnclcnt ope waa a man
r lie lIIldhe1lu Eben Plympton of
II Charleston n Ills hair wim whltoncd
with the frost of eighty winters but his
face wreathed In snlles that time could
never Hour wan a delightful atudy of
In OUthllrold age For decade pakt he
Malduchn attended least ten ball
games > a year
Surelythe richestsporting blood mln
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glea with revolutionary patriotism
I EbentPIympton veln Theexciting
KittypttAryesterday by the two Nn
tlonil liague teams had agood effect
upon the attendance today
The Mrlyfcuot of fana augured n falr
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IOW BATZTOUB TO THE PA
f one COAR
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ABt lkcr 0 rl ltr to Vlalt Cat
Itomlai Uaitlev tho Pe a wivalB
MallrtNial PenummUr CvB
T tir r > <
On lepleaibtr S3 bermiaDlaRall
CoHDjlll nra mother K nt nODU
ran cte4 tour U the PelOo Coui corerln i
it r thlrtr tor The urirVlll
Ptrle4 will lrel br
ipectel trim Pullmn PlDIDID nj
tfOMrrallen e nu4 on toe aalnj trip will aum
tknufli I IMiUmwu saeiMrr ot Colorado MopploT
t tie principal polan ol Inwmt Incladlu
Oil Uk > Clir IOP olCI Om IWLo
mide In kn r nclKO dID he UenerelTrl
ennlat Co rolloo ol the Prelrtuat Cpucaptl
Cnurta On toe aaaienrd trip the route will
H Ihioofh Soulbera C llfernU tU Uw Omi
Caaioaof Arlwaa IIIOO eroM IM ta
10111 i lauo lit Lowl Roend rip raw
ctrIDU llIolIal upeaxe I1 u t
II oa tIM ipectfl irala llai froa NewTuc
r IIIltb lBenMtte1 apply i DT
I111h J jo If y
aot 1 AaII Omtral FMawMir
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nmHMINS
WIFE UIES
INTHESU8if
Mrs Hosch Whose Husband
Is the Millionaire Furrier
Stricken hile Bathing
ROCKAWAY THE SCENE
She Expires Just as the Doctor
Reaches Her Side Apoplexy
the Cause of Death 4
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Mrs Loulie Ho ch of No 01 St
Johns place Brooklyn wife of Ferdl
nandJIlo > Jh thV mllllonalrefurdresser
of No 55 Uojnri fitrcct Brooklyn waa
ttrlcken with apoplexy nt1 oclock thin
aftornonn while bathlnc lit the Oriental
pavilion Holland Station Itockawny
Bench and died an she was beinjc car
ried Into her bathhotue
Her daughter Mary was l hbcrAt
tho tmc with Mra Schrntder of No
719 Chauncey r rt Rrooklyn
Dr Hatfleid was called but Mrs
Much expired as he reached her side 1
Mm Ilojch > was fotycliht years old
and lived during the aummer In one of
her < onn ctittageii on the Eoulevtrd
th beach She had always enjoyed the
beii of health
RECUR R
ISfRR StEU
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HEN8EL OF UNIOK HILL N J
IS NOW ACCUSED
Another nmpllriitloii In Do
lhnnIC Which Hllrrctl
Recorder Frederick Henael of Union
Hill N J waa arrested today on ft
charge conspiracy and falae Impris
onment made by Police Justice J C
Francis He waaheld In 1500 ra hear
Ing
InThis is one of the many complication
arising over the shooting some day
ago of a dot In Union mil N J which
had bitten youns Herman Bauer The
father of the boy ahot the dotonRe
corder Kernels advice Arnan who
witnessedtheTahaotlna swore out a war
rant < or Bauer on the charge of cruelty
to animals
Constable Dauer who went to serve
the warrant reported that Bauer had
attacked him and he had n warrant for
aaaault sworn outby Justice Francis
Justice Krnncls accompanied exCon
stable Ruland who went to serve the
warrant
llrs Dauer protested against a search
of her house when they reached there
and alleges ttiat thVy forciKl their
> w ilry r
Htior also aya that she miffed her u
pockc book when they left
A Afterward she secured warrants tor
them from Recorder Hensel and they
wero held on chanes of i hou breaklns
and steallna They retaliated by caus
Ins llrs Bauers arreat for perjury
T elatetmoveu made today
when Recorder Henieltwaa arrestedon
Justice Franciss charge of conspiracy
ami false Imprisonment Hew held
In WW ball
Justice Francis has also Instituted L
ulL theRecorder rorCBOOO < am
acea for criminal libel
MIsiUlerGrie ml KrasjeUcana Oeaid
KEtllt FattierLouis Bauer
MlnlsterOeneral ofthY Ffancl cans
died at fBlirmarlnaj niPiTtsslaytoday
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IDMCnrs I I
WE W NT
I UIVU CE
She Asks 25000 Damages
for Alleged Assaults Com
mitted by Fighter
THEY ARE SEPARATED
Pugilists RoadHouse Now in
Legal Possession of His
Young Wife
Special la TM Ettnlni WoH
BARATOOAi N T AUR MMr
Julia E Selby and her husband Nor
man Seplby better known as Kid Mc
Coy the pugilist have again agreed
to Alufrfr Bhe hit Instituted lega
proceedings against him clalmlnR J33 X
damngea for alleged assaults upon r
on Aucri3 and M She has also com
menced an action for absolute divorce
upon statutory grounds
I Mrs Bclhy la In legal iiostefalon of the
Saratoga Lake RoadHouse known aa
the Kid McCoy Cedar Bluff Farm
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lonthrr Same Mlnlaler to Chill i
LONDON Aug 21Gerald A Lowther
Secretary the British Emb ssy at
Vafhlngton Jiaa been appointed Mln
liter nf Clreat Brltlan in Chill
WANTS WIFES
SCULP era
STKANOE BEQUEST PUZZLES
BELLEVUE DOCTORS
Nhr llam ltrsilaihl Ifnlr mid HP Ra
Curly Tbulrh lo He Vnsitrd
nrEhn
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James Oleeson of Bellevue receled
a letter today from a little town In
MaiuachUMtls naming that the writer
was thr posseaaor of a ery thick thatch
of curly halrao thick that he could
nolpartl that his wife had a inrrc
quantity of long straight hnlr and
ankliiR If It were possible to have an
operation performed whereby they
could make an exchange
If It were not possible < to removn all
the hair and transfer Ity then they would
be satisfied If n portion Mould be re
moved from the front of each head per
nil lnlrrll wife to possess a curly bang
which was Impossible with the quality
of hair ohenoI jKxarsseiJ
MIeI letter Was turned over to the su
perintendent Dr Ueorgn Taylor Stew
art and he In wrestling ulth the prob
lem of an answer
He says he has heard nf akin grafting
but never grafting scalps
PORTO RICO FUND
Itollef CammlMlon Meeta to Co
t ltle thr Inrx rni1e l Ha lamer
The Porto Rico Ilellef Asaoclatlon
organised at the time that such destruc
tion wan wrought on the Island two
years ago met at the Mayors office to
day to consider the disposition tthe
rimalmler of the fund There Is 3331
unexpended
It waai decided to give llOOWof this
to Bishop Blank of Iorto Itlco for dis
tribution nmong the hospitals of the
Island The rest will lie devoted to the
e ctlo an orphin asylum In Ionce
GIRL INSANE FROM STUDY
f
Winifred Tafe a pretty girl twenty
five years old waa committed to the In
sane Mvlllon at Bellevue today on the
complaintof her mother who lives at
No UKFulton avenue < In the Bronx
Mrs ° Tafe MX the girl hss > not been
srwlfsince she wu nfuen Hhe waa
vtry ambitious and studied very hard
Ufxcomatachoal teaclMr
FRANCE AND TURKEY MAY J l 1
PLUNGE EUROPE IN WAR J 1
BRODKL
LDIES
SCORE BY INNINGS
BROOKLYN 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2
PHILADELPHIA 1000 0 2 3 6
NEW YORK 21 BOSTON 5 I
NEWYORK f 0 6 0 00 0 0 1 2
BOSTON 0 0 0 00 2 0 3 5
At Cincinnati First game Chicago 9 Cincinnati t
Second game Cincinnati vs Chicago postponed rain
At St Louis End of fourth Pittsburg 3 St Louis 2
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LATE RESULTS AT HAWTHORNE
Fifth Race Odnor 1 Prirjce Blazes 2 Frangible 3
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AT DELMAR 1
Fourth Race Peaceful 1 Monograph 2 Judge Pottus 3
f iy
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TOOK POISON WHILE
DINING WITH A WOMAN
Frederick W Porter of Eightysixth street and Twentieth
avenue Ben sonhurst accompanied by handsome fashionably
dressed woman ordered a dinner a ta restaurant at No 52
Court street Brooklyn this afternoon and during quarrel
swallowed carbolic acid and died at the feet of his companion
The body was removed to the Adams street police station The
woman almost prostrated by the tragedy refuses lo reveal
her identity
COLOMBIA LOSES
PRIDE OF DAVY
GUlf MAT LA POPA REPORTED
UHX AT SEA
he Was 11 Fe rl Deep llml One
Propeller Wna nf Iron emd
ISO Feet lnn
COIX5N Colomhla Aug II via CH
veston Tex News Ju t received here
rom CartiiRena nayp thnt im open boat
containing nine men has arrived there
and reported thnt the Colombian cnn
I
boat IM Popn sunk on leaving Huvinllli
or Cartagena
Bteam launches wern Immediately > I
spatched to search for I i Ioni but
no trace of the gunboat was found Hhe
ecently underwent n thorough over
laullng at Colon Uarpalra costing
ea
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iCOVERNMENT
BO I SHORE
THE SUPPLY u VESSEL rLl2RlDA
STRANDED NEAR MONTAUK
lrn r Kosr 1revnllcd llh lime
mir Vrnl Asirnnnil t l l
nnr p Irnl
Th OoerTnenl upply l it Klfrldn
ran arhorr thU morning at Momiitik
PonlI > I A il nfo fos prcillrd it
the < time nnd hrciui > i > of It tin niptaln
lost hi lnirlnic
Tho tun Deblolsp which ns not far
off nenl nt onoi to tho avsLmiiin of
the iilrartded clIel
Devote Mornlnai to ttmrnlnrm
n Lack tnn > e M trsla > l aeoa
II1raJA
AL
WAR ANJD NAVAL THl
I OF FRANCE AND TURKEY J
The armed strensth nf Prancn and Turkey from tho latest offi
cial reports on nip at the War Department is is follows
1 Totnl Wir Strength Ifnutcc Turkey
Offcersn 60V58 19372
Non commissioned officers men4933l90 1190640 f
1 Infantry 386928 M6390
Cavalry n300 30000 r
r Artillery 84i88 19120 i
Totnl 7537064 1405522 j
+ The naval strength of France and Turkey taken from the cor +
n cttll and latrtt nlflclal roports on me at the War lUvirttncnt
show that they have tJio following
t Prance Turkey
i Naval officers 2015 584
i Marine officers 1720 79 t
L Naval seamen 67200 21210 i
t Marine soldiers 27940 1220 j
t Naval reserves 85000 36000 i
Firstclass battleshirs 25 I 1
f Secondclass battleships o 6 I +
Third class batileships 2 > 7
i Armored cruisers 22 0 t
i Coast defense ships 14 5 j
Firstclass cruisers 4 o t
i Gunboats 0 54 4
i Transports and despatch boats 14 o j
Torpedoboat destroyers 145 11
Total vessels 286 29
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ACCU5EU PUUCfMEN
PUUMPTlY SUSPENDED
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Sergt Shells and Ward ell Glen
non and Dwyer Dropped While
Charges Are Pending
Scrgt JohnH ShclU and Ward
men Edward Olennon and John
Dwyer of the Tenderloin precinct
under arrest for neglect of duty were
suspended today by Commissioner
Murphy
DistrictAttorney Phllbln will make
complaint to the Gr Jury tomor
row ilrnnon tho right hand
mnnoC Deputy Comsl ttlonr Dev
er > It Is uxpected wi IK ronvlrtcd
hy the record on the R tltinhoUH
blotter which will show that he made
no report nn the disorderly hotijp In
West Thirtythird ttrcct the proprlc
lrejs of which la allepid to have paid
blackmail to the police I
Assistant DistrictAttorney Oarvan
Immediately ullnhl nrrlwil at thu I
Crlmiiril Courts UulldlnL today be
Kan the work of drawing up tho In
dlctnicnt against the three policemen
Tir > principal witnesses against
them to be called by the Ciraiid Jur
tomorrow Capt Flood ltht com
in K of ihti accused Mrs 1llzi
McAullffe formerly of No 110 WiM
Thirtythird street who swears that
IIhe Haw money handed to pollcmnon
by tho proprietress of the illiorderly
house next door ICdKar Whltnc >
whose confession brought about the
present movement against the po
lice Supt MiXIlntock and Assistant
Stipt IlHinmond of the IarKlmrM
Society and Agents Dillon and Me
lcllau
But tho blotter and books of tho
j lfi 1 a t
West Thirtieth street station will
Rive the most damaging testimony
They will show that since June 20
Gleniions only assignment was to
Icol after the Maret tlotise at No
148 Wet Thirtythird street but
that Deerys right band man
hud made no coniplntnt agilnst It
It understood that Justice Jcr
onie and Mr Phllbln hae found
corroboratlon of Whitneys state
ment that Devery ordered that he be
connected by telephone with any
statlonhoiino wherever he wished
for the purpose of tipping off
raids
MURPHY QUICK
TO TAKE ACTION
I Cuinmu incr Miir > l1r Immed1 i it
hl irrlvnl at lletdiu irtern todi in
Mir rl an unit i < iFfniUiiK H < rKt John It
Shills nnj Virdmcn Kdward O Cilcn
nan and John DWHr of the Tendet
loin Tivlnct Col Mttrph paid thoi
h look thlt prompt nctlnn for tho Iem
ilt of lh force
An l joiiln World i1orti r I w Ihe
i immlsfluntr < hortl5 after fcl nrriil
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In IlH olllct ami ifkil him nluthir u
liittii lc < l tu sUfiunil ill nun
ou ire loo lati IIP r < IUd cheer
II I hal Jitt inTt an rr > Uf
H < iiilitiK them
Oil Hlllt KTUUMllH lllll > Ot lUSO > Ollr
ictlon 1 no vi t inked
On nOlrounIwt hi answer I
dlilnt thliiK U wlCllrlo the nit of
Continued on Second Puce
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Russia and England
Who Hold the Bal I
ance of Power Nojt i
Strong Enough at f
This Time to Avert
General Clash
coxs T 7I1OI EAri r I
The French Aiubtsundor Jf I ql i
Constnns linn notified the Sril
tnns First Secretary thnt1 aili
diplomatic relations betweeni
France mid Turkey are broken t
fTiI1H1 that the Ambassador
has informed GoretnmenTio
thin effect
War may he declared withtw 1
fortyeijiht hours unless the Sul i 1 1
tan recedes from his position tl
Two questions have caused tha 1f
break between the two nations d Thjjri il J
have been pending < for some time J t
One Isthe affair oftbeF h k il1i
Quay Company M Coostnn n IIII
j half of his Government dem Ji Ii1
that Turkey purchase for I00000p
II francs the quays built by theFrench o > i
I Company iIbI
The other Is the claims of tho < 1 I
I I Frenchmen alos the Porte Ufa JJ L
amount of which was fixed and payment i
I
ment promised long ago 3 41 i
All Europe will be ablaze with war ft
should France and Turkey each stand r 1 4 I
firm The four great o uoolIGe manyt Il
and England on ono side and France1 4
and Russia on the other with Atis i3
trla and Itnly standing Inn neutral f1
attitude have been waltlngj for
jeara to dismember Turkey In i Ej k
jl
rope
But for their Jealousies tho 8lXjni j il r
lions would have partllloned Tuflcey 1
Ions aco anti would have deposed
Abdul ilnnilil In short order l
Tho breaking alt of diplomat i > 14
latlnns Ixtuoen France and thi ij <
uc
1nrtc announced I Con to iI
day may 1m used ns n pretcxtforthe
great Enropcin wnr that all thai
w 01 lil has been watching for for
c
tan <
HlIsslawants to dominate Con
stantinople ns a southern outletJb j
the sea Germany wants her Influ
ence In the Balkans extended Eng
land must grab all that she can gel
tonolll her power In i er East
France and Austria desire t territorial
advantages t
Whllo Russia and England really
hod the balance power they may
no t be strong enough this Jm nil
aert general war wfilch will Involv 1t
all Europe
fOXSTANTISOPLE Augl M 11
h Klsilmeff I Ie Bulparlan agent here i It
annonncos that he will break tbt JJ
diioiintK relations between iho l
Itolpirlan Government and the Ortt
unless the Turkish trdops are with J
drawl from the Bulgarian frontier >
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FRANCE DEFINES iJr
HER POSITION
jl Ii
JAItI AUK IA wsh pincUljof th
orclIIOttlce t 1a > luiorraed thccor i i t
omlfnt of thy As oUted IrcalllhaClt f
II txjct ltuitli at Constantinople flat
Cullo m t
TIU pultun at rite IHt a dl Ii
I wtilch lie cnnted to M LotutansT h > F If s
rriuh AmJuisiilor iiKreM to JondFJh > > 4 t
jlhr tb me ur Ih tollulng f1unli I Il
ducnmen KlxInK comitol f lfifIf1l 1 < ij
to Prance riB r lliis Iho claim flj it ij
rollLh cHl II an III Ihe nIILU rJ t 1 1tJt
Ih 11111 III a ortanc IUI tho rer lH3tJtd J W
1Irr l1 1 > be Sul > lo atI fo
< nIIIII r b1 II 1 e
url1olnltlhl the Buli5 1 ib
WllIcI until yfUcrdjy IYlttJntht111rlf n
JI CotiKtntii u document In C which vtfi 1 > jEl
tbrins illffcretl f fiitlally fromubos ar t
ranscil at tho audience Thereupflpti 1J
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