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1j GORKY ORlV
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Ousted on Revelation that
Ame Gorky Is Not
His Wife
After Maxim Gorky hti3 boon oji ted
from rho Hle hails lalrv following
i to dtaooxery tint the woman who
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I p > scd us Miw Gorky va > not his
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J wife ne and the wonnn found quarters
I tus afternoon at the Lafayettcllrc
l voort on lower Fifth avenue This old
t house a popular resort for vlsltlne for
g tirnM a wn willing to roc else as Kucuts
the nUn Inn novcIUtrevolutlonlst and
I Ulle ATKlreeva tho St PeterrtnirK
octets who lives nth him out Of wci
loc lt
I The coure loft the Delleclalrc at t
ocloilc and honrdtns an cicvatetl twin
at Klrhtyflr street rode to tic Kijhth i
street ntrn Then ticy al1 l ACTon I
I + to the Iai > eiteUrov < > ort where they I
fur tUlr tile
I a rjlte 1 walling use
prclinlnnrif hating alreadj been or
J
r nerd by flepron
VIi cojplf wit Gorkys secretary
und hill pled son wpe littered a
1 refuge at the home qf CJrkja friend
gad tjHinsor GtylurJ Wllihlrc the ro
cUIInt livr it No 03 West Ninety
I Uilid str < t
Tnertu > ou a new complication nrose
Goky r LI1 to go to ilr Vll hlrc >
I f liitiie sa > ln < he nouM not further cm
banana liU frknd
i Then U K Miller editor of the Jew
Ish paper Truth offered the Gorky
4 party tho uro of a furnlsiiej cottage at
t Two Hiindr itii Htrtct and ItalnbrUse
mennc fvnig Ile lotniiKiI Gardens
I H thn Bronx Gorky preferred to tie
downtown Mimcwien and seat out
ru mrs to look for a hotel that would
l
unlir Its doors to him
It seemed pr biible for awlilio that
i G iUh mid tio u < rress would wind up
< > nii whero In tIt Itusslnn colony on
tlc lower Hast Side
While waiting to hour from his mea
ewiRirs Gorky prepared n statement
which probably surforpd In translation
us hors Is how It read in the llnUhud
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Gorkyc Statement
I think lily ilsvrioit > le act axlnst
me could not have corn from lh
Anvrioaii rpopK My respect for them
loci not allow tni to scup CCt that They I
I itc BO much courtesy In their treat
nKrt of women I think that this drt
Is eon spired by the filoiiOn of tli < nus
f
sliii Govirnmont Mv wife It my wife
R the wife of Mlm Gorky Shi nn l I
we bMh coiiHldor It the lon to go
Into tine uxylanitlon about thin Ever
onf iniv oar about uj what ho pli > isp
For 111 renmlnit to oTionk the gossip
or others Tio boat poili of nil lands
will be with us
MAXIM C5OHKY
An nom as Milton Ilnble proprietor
of the hotel learned tlo true rslntnna
of tho pair ho announced that they
must lon tho liouso at area
Some of Mr llobeon guests neat the
8 U > ry of the Gorky scandal In Tho
Uorld before hI hlmsolf Haw It and
nlth ono accord they moved upon hH
olllco to protust agnlnnt the continued
I prfenco of Gorky and tho woman
1 under tho samo root which sheltered
their WVM and children Whllo Mr
Itobleo was trying to roach Mr Wll
L nhlro over Uio Iclophiino Jcwoph Mon
1 11 itclloln conic to the Ildleclalra to take
i tt tint Russian + nut nutomoblllni rhe
party Included Gorky himself the net
rca Mllo Andrelvn nnothcr woman
Gorlcya adopted son and a little Uus
uliui with a squiro cut beard A re
porter for tho nvenlne World mot them
In tho corridor and through Iho second
I woman who acted as Interpreter ho
I twice put this oursiloii to Gorky
Ja tho igdy with you your real wife1
I Gorky la Silent
Gorky only reply was a shrug of the
shoulder and a lifting of the hands with
giontltvued on Second Page
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HIGHLANDERS
IN 12TH INNING
GIANTS IN 11 TH
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j Williams Scores the Winning Run in
I Great Struggle at Opening of Base
ball Season in Manhattan
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New YorklJolton
Djuffhcrty If Sclbach If
Keler rf Cclllns Sb
ibcrfold rs Stuhl ct
Ixiportc 3b Parent 63
VlTllams Ib Freeman rt
Conroy cf Glmshnw lb
Chase lb Ferris Ib
I Klelnou a Graham c
Chesbio p Young p
Umpires Mrstra Sheridan and Evans
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BY Ht C SILVER
AMERICAN LIIAOfn HAM PARK
April 1Iln the b3 Ue o the Gollathi
of the note tn box Chen and Cy
YOUDR it was n tlu > perj o affair thriuh
the twelve Innings fought by the Bos
ton Atmloans anti tho Iii hlnnde s
on the totter llell on AVashtnpton
IlclBhU this aTernXJCi Tully J50CO
pcrnorn tiirnwl out to tno opening battle
ind they fuKy enjoyed perhaps the
rarest treat given tho 1ISCbn11 en
tluihlun In many a day
The far nsreed In the tvtlfth that
the pitcher who won would bf the
champion of the Ipagne Cherbro MMUM
pr Ijrjlv have won his game In the
plelitii Inning had not the new ump tc
Hvnnv given a ilclilnn at secoTil
whleh seemed to the grind stand to be
far out of the way
Jchnny Ward the veteran shortstop
the tth r of hascLall In the Far Hast
wan them to toss the drat bail With
him was the old contingent of never
lodibli fans First there was Frank
Fnrrwll nil then 11111 Devon and
Jim Dalan They oach nail box par
lies out on the lawn This voir boxeo
have been nut out In trot of the grand
tnil overlooking tho diamond
Today they were decorated with flags
and flowers Whllo the weather was
threatening ibn woman folks vcro out
early with their finery although many
took to precaution of providing with
furs Tno south grand stand was 1lttl1
liofnrn 3 oclock The west fraud stand
flllixl rapidly and McCanns berth
which name was given to the wont
bleachers since Danny McCann said hIs
homo on lino bluff there was crowded
with tho real baseball enthusiasts
Like PennantWinners
lu the lr3In rooms the IHThlnndora
laohrd like n loam of pennant wInners
Jimmy Williams who Is ono of the
lllghlnnders last lutsmen and the beat
second baseman In tho business who
la known as n great team worker
said to the livening World man 1
think we have the strongest team wn
have over had Todays gamo will tell
n whole lo <
Conroy In centicfleld Is considered
nn Inspiration for Griff Ills outfield
wnrh exels bin infield work and his
halting this canon promises much for
tho Highlanders
Tho effort of the Subway to run ox
pSjJ trtlr to tho American League
Park met only a nartlal nuccejs and
was threatened wIt a calamity today
Orders were given to run the express
trains through to tfte unfinished station
lit Ono Hundred and Sixtyeighth street
The company hall been testing the cio
vaors for sovenl Cajs and thought
they worn In perfect cordlllou but
when tho firm car was started with
Continued oil Seventh Page
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Sunday Wants Work Wqnders
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NewYorlf Philadelphia
lintnnidn c Thomas ct
Browne rf Otca on i II
Donlin cf Sentelle 3b
I McClann lb Mucee If
Mono if TKus rf
Dihlon liS Jirnnsfleld Ib
P vln Sb Doolln ss
Gilbert ° b Doom c
TayJor p Knne p
Implrc ODay
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BY BOZEMAN BULGER I
NATIONAL ICACfE PARK PHII
ADRMIflA April HA badly thrown
ball iy Caher Pooln In the eleventh
Inning of todnvs naritibln contest
sruck Kid Kluas > n on the foot
bjjndlnR Into left field
and a great
game via oat to the Phllle + Arthur
liiil nred for oond nnd sitlng the
r1 amity tj end the struggle sprinted
nil the way to t 4 pjlato two fctt nhead
of Mapess throw from I rhc score
was J to 1
It wnll n nltrVis bnttle > twoen Knn
and Tivlor from start to fnh the Ut
ter finally winning bv the great trim
work behind hIm During the last few
InrilngH the wllloit cX iuiient pnv Ile4
m tile litintl mil It wr a pore and
dlpcoixolute crcnil that Hit fiihl m olid
tine QitJws ohan ny nkiix ilriiio
11 > iilstrotmrirr Inol fn jviug tn Srmif >
II eclrnd Lkctn tnxe lntl 1011 vit
ubsre1 the lame
First Inning I
Brcsnshan started something In the
first minute by driving f long single
Intu centre Hrovnc lud Jown a bunt
and beat It Uonlln then
rapped a
long two boggcr down tine left hill inn
llrtsnnaun laced home In safety but
Urownu won eiti tit at the platu Mc I
Gaunt lifttx a cloud tickler to Thomas
In cent And Alerte wound It up with
n ciimvlor to Sffntlle OXK IHN
Thoinnk humped a nlw one to Devlin
but Arthur iniulo a wide throw to first
pulling MeGann off the bag and the
Quaker wn < safe Uloncon tainted a
fly to Mrliann hut KciittMlo hit lo
Gilbert who fumblod but recovered In
time Thwmas went to third on the
day OIllxTt pullid MrGnnn off tho
ling with flint r u lo tlirnw anti Mn
ges was safe w a TlKmas scored
Mng t1 stole secrl but was thrown
out at the pint iy Merles whdi he
tried to score on Tltuss flngle ONU
RUN
Second Inning
piileii in Oonlln nut wis thrown oii
HI lira Glcnion mlo u ih nimcn il
stop Devlins s7llng liner and bj j
TIt throw eH Arthur at first cilllx
out 1 liir7 ll v to rills Nl RtNR I
llranlleld ant four wide ones nnd
nlkol Doolln dent up a peg with a
protly snerlllpp to povlln I > ooln lifted
n long llv lo Dinllu ninth Knnu Kent t
low one Jumping to McGann NO
RINS
Third Inning
Taylor tri1 the bunt mellind of
renoJilng Itrxl and fUlcd Hrisnihai
wits hit on the had by II pltchtxl ball
but titter a minutes rest hn nmy
wont to firm llrowno struck on and
Dcxilln was thrown out bv piolln who
mode n great atop NO RINS
Thomas nopped n nhoit llv to Devlin
and Olc iin ont I Hkornpot t
r
llrowno T vlnr inido quteltri a C of
Sontello NO HWS
Fourth Inning
Jlrrann4 beat Wawa mea lv lttl
boinilr lo Knne MertM walkol hut
nn lei could not htln hm nrd 111ft l im
lo thin edit nln wilr 1 Cllbfrt
fouled to SentMlo NO Ito > °
M1urn cent n hoi nne to prier but
Conthlll on Seventh Pngel
It
St LOUIS GAME POSTPONED
BT LOUIS April HThC gamo
scheduled to bo clayed lure between
St Louts nnd Iltteburg was post
poned on account ol rain
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BASEBALL
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CHICAGO GOO 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
i CINCWrYATI 00000010 1
COLUMBIA COLLEGE PLAYERS AT WASHINGTON
COLUMBIA 1 D 0 0 3 0 1
GEORGE WASHINGTON 0 0 0 0 2 0 0
AT PROVIDENCE
BROWN 0120
TUFTS 0003
At Annapolis rlavy 9 Syracuse 0
M Carlisle Pa Dickinson 7 U sinus 3
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FITZ AND OBRIEN MATCHED
Bob Fitzslrrmons and Jack OBrien were matched this after
noon to fight twenty rounds at the Tuexod Club on May 30
Each posted a forfeit of 51000
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LATE FAIR GROUNDS RESULTS
Fifth Dromio 101 Light Note 11 place Gladiator
AT NASHVILLE
Fifth Clifton Forge 85 Goldzonc 12 Billy Handsel
Sixth Lsdy Jocelyn Drexel Lord Bright
EVENING WORLD RACING CHART
EIGHTEENTH DAY AT BENNING5
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AT BNNINGS
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V with the Field
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Spfclal The Kvenlnn World
I11II1S HACKTKACK Wjahinj I 1
ton D C April IThl wan th
closing Iny of n very auccesetul meet
Ins nt HennhiKS While the lld hnc
not been large nor classy In any d <
irrcv the sport has been enjoyable t
pitroiiK The lltrlmont Stahltrsends
tile lAt of winners with ovr J70W to
flecredit Tills was due to Lord or
tho Sale CurrkUlum ukrnlto und
others
Many or the stables here will so til
Ilaltltnuru and n fen to Aqueduct Jut
for a miff breeze It would have been JII
ideal day tor raclnz Two uteplecniutu
were on the card which uttriictod many I
members of the hunt clubs and their I
modules The track wad In Its best 1
condition
I Miller Gets Another I
Miller tojjed laK > ra the winner In
the optntns race by auporlor skill Pa
lore had llttlu chance on figures but
was nil there when It como to running
Cnronal tho favorite wan hut off at
the atari und UlSKln look him up And
out of the race Jllllor tlncannri uluns
In fiont with Jalorn ii nd Rot him home
very tired but x I urti uiuid of Nrt
sense with Carun third f gil icngta
iiwuy I
Miller IVlni AKiiln j
Orrian Ijid Miller tip won HIP Jeiwo
Ilrnwn Cup utter n h llIut > at rare lIe
broke lust run nil round tie MKil on I
he extreme iiliU and closing like a
Imililug under lit whip caught Wsl I
Inn1 the pac 1 uialiT and won by a
length Maniii iin > at u to 1 alj
CAOtv from far btk anti was third I
Pater Wins Eaclly
Paler won the acrnd lulf of the lien 1
nlntfn Htnllfai In a uil i IK hla
hU fluid hinted lo 1 flixse nt nil
Iimtt Kiinlal irUM tll hi > d hIm hut
A Wild a fuliU pffiTt and In noon dl I I
Hotiluc Ivtiin and Tin tutu Biivr ur >
Bivfnt it tii cad bi1 it was miuU
a tatlt for the blare homrs neL her
one having a chance I
Garrett aJumpcr I
Garret hw l to tw Nil of the jost
Jump8 In tine lminoi by winning In I
a common Kiillip from Uunsovorr
It was miTfly a trnlltiK rare thrmsh
CIt I
Flnltled Nose and Nes I
T handicap steeplechase ndvd In
thu nton I excUliiK Mulsh of the iiid < ln
It was prasliMllv 1 tnohorkp rne nil i
the way Tlilxtllali nnd Ihant itn inn
nine nwav rrT1 th others ThhilcI
dull made nil the running ti lhc Ian I
jump hut one whore JI bin lured sino I
KiHt Iuut fiur lerittlii lint fo thin h 1
wiiild hti Win nail A S It wis tn1 I
twoloitel i uiariir of a mil front
L < > re and at the Mid they cyill not I
U Fnpiritel hv ti ju 1 ci
A Driving Finish I
Tie him run1 tlav4 dnuit tin i In
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FAIRGROUND WINNERS
XiV IIKIIANS AI 1 NTI iai >
lie1 lrluv lenilt I s fHwlI
FiHI UVl Ki < a 11 onhalf
f ilium ft IIb lltiiuiuj iI io i and
1 I 9 1 MilM1 r I lu 1ptrul l1
II r i an i i Tlmr 11 > I
Sis ml Ua1 TivM4 niitl i rn half fur
I > Itin J lc oj to I ami i1 to li I
ors Hilehil il t tr ubi el MonJj
Ill Iill Iliril intI h i
rnilt ua i Ml anl uipnly
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loDurt Ash Ill I I to 10 and 1 to
3 > I NiMiu d to I for plnv > i Nw
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i r inCiv r 0giei 1111 falliAH 1
I PIHST IIAII Five and n malt fii
lairs Irostlire iS ti > I mil cvcni i
Mil lor CaTictir < C t1 1 for plivi 2
red tins S TJneUI Jl
JICliNl n i on1 and onehaf
fnaugvlhl llntintlit + I lo I md T n
t 1 I Trd ItMiii Unit for part
Winner OrlBWIil 1 Tmc WS
TllinU ItCK Poiirid if
VOlIlTH UACiO hnlf milel lily
Turner tlO to 1 and I tj 1 1 lly lIu
ele Ili to 10 for place 2 Seleno II 3
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Warship Scene of a Terrible Accident
ToDay While Engaged in Target
Practice Off Cdebra
Report Received by Navy Department
Confirms the News but Gives Ho
Details of the Disaster
WASHINGTON April fSlhe Navy Department
has received word of a serious accident on board the 1
t battleship Kearsarge today
1 While she was engaged in target practice nea
I Culebra an explosion occurred in one of the forward
turrets
j A number of men are reported to have b = cn
i Killed
I Lieut John M Hudgins and five men were killed and one officer nnl
I a number of men slightly injured The accident occurred yesterday ar
the conclusion of target practice
of the most forinldrfbc of our latterUiy tnttte
The Koarsargc Is ono
launched In March ISOs Ih was equipped to
1 chips At the time she tuna
II tarry the blggcbi guns nllcru
Uccause of ftp destruction of ble
I Malm1 u short time before the 1U3a
I mU hii1 BlMtrnUp the Kentucky were
launched the in ire IKHIOII WIIB uronjil
wine ntiov tOk Ie actor at Newport
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BROOKLYN LOSES ANOTHER
GAME TO BOSTON PLAYERS
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Score Was a Tie Until the I
Ninth When Visitors
Slipped in a Run
BY JOHN POLLOCK
VSIUNUTOX 1AIIX HnmhU
N Y April II Tli I nnttyrt huni + ii
Ihr thirl d fiit ill an < 1 uI div
miM ttit AIMK I l y tiot li Club
tiv 1 sunK of 1 110 Huti JiRififi i > l
1Id > TUMI nit I rffis bd II w rn
id ilrsiMv IIy litli UMi
Th1 MIII liu wen 0it fH tlf limn
stem sax mid In u nliHIi liuili
11 ii j oi1 011 alls 101 spry a seriiLt
10 I lm U1 a stt tl mutt tight by
ruiln
First Inning
Guale ft tteJ it sroundtr to Oeoiirr
tcssd t it hall to n n IT nit llri
It iiiiii to rrcrn HIP iitiur Ilipl TIMI
nay Ilea wltid in inaII ti lift ll
pw t1 t lol Itt lilt hr trio1 hi x tty
telly t 1111 1lall
10 > dtu 1 III tsar
rtd a > Ion on 10 harw w1 was
lultkly rollriM l r tin ILnljtors rnptali
0 ittXF
JUI > Mn nwiiiu natty nt Ihrcp ot
ilr + I urns salt alU and Wet to
Ir t < Mciurtliy llrtoii n big t fly
Iy t I its riul wtniM wa captured by
DIII Iu i > v Sked n fast IIIS
iiitlV to Ttnncv who throw tin hall
o a niliiiiii nlpplns luinlfy by a few
1 1 NU KlNS
Second Inning i
limit suns quickly dUposoil of on his
grounder by lettI5 and Crasher Rates I
made tliroo healthy winKS at Doeach
HrMnweJI ihcn lifted
ers out curtex
n fly to short loft McCuithv and Jla
inner collided and as tho ball dropped
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hen a of tKe operating the liirteeu
Ind gn1a heljw This object M ad
i vmlrI jit the time tn u be revived In
Mm f 11 ilivs arrldent
On Jan i 1WW us the bll lc Ulp
miiadrHI under ACcnlril J3v niv wSls
liultiK thin yvrnerd Cor tin Want
Indies the Kinmiirst and Kratu Uy tea
aground In tit > Loner Boy Tnj Alt
IMJIII II d liili iniMl t strand
iil IvPlltlliKv
The jrnniifr < r tN > KinnMrs male
lo wirlti iviiiitl fir turret tr lea
Iliii nm 11 Ia < i sat ioii Ki 5i S I I
tYI on the PIII K > ua IIr ifra
oln rls 7 far Is sS isct iiriK < t
liiftim tml Mid lu j a iwiU of 17i
knot
V O E BY INNINGS
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is it ly oj 1 I tI tI 0 V 0J
BATTING ORDER
leklyn IhIOII
1a1m it rL aiuu ef
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autley IL Leaiu rt
tp Jh HrIII h
UVylr II 1e 8 IL
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Alp ututb StiihrI 2b
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lunulvJlcsart lnsIetinllnnati
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Ittd11 in in Woo bI tar wild sate Htio
net n Kiiumjcr w Iii tumbled by Alpor
IIII liiMetvvIl iiMiiimn Yuini nU
i irubt I ilrut Nedliiim WM tlfuun out
at 1111 b > Alptrman NO UrNH jf
I > < IM > bunted unit on llraln a 1 I
j tlir vv to reiiney Ilinmy ncluxi pest
I liiaMli r ritwd a pv tty to lliiluiu
I via shot the bat tu Ttntiey diitiilliirf
i up I user at 1111 Iwls wu the neat
i dviltiT to lit uuarltd u kill on biila
Vlptrnians low lire lly wan iniloj d W1
Uiy nraln Nil VilVS 4
Third Inning
l Lin nnan wins nn iany jnitrl fvf
I tocs Iir n i re farmed at three of hH
miKiots > 1 > uK tnv rutlril on his
uiounli In AipiM nan und tJomlaj
1 Tciincj ia alo L victim on strikes nil d
the ujs 4ue ierwr nn nvaion
If 10 Klllt tl ll bell XO RINS
i Hilili M1 M ulc ii neat o op of Urtr
gins liner unit throw Jill out at Unit
lMither blunder won taken carp oC
h > Strain and JVniwy Maloriiy raised
ia iiiiiily N the Inllcld which Will
fcniothdriil by Ilrldewull NO HUNS J
Fourth Inning n t
Dolan landed on Uio boll and drovu
It to right contra for two bUGs Urau l
Continued on Seventh Para
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