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L1PTONSENDRI
FOURTH CHALLENGE
FOR AMEBICA9S CUP
4T
Sir Thomas Mails From Dublin His
i V New Proposal for a Race in the
V V Name of the Royal Irish
Yadht Club
V V
V IOXION S pt 1SA chnllense V for
V V the AnKrtcan Cup In bhnlf of rilr
V
Riomaa Upton In the hiirre of tho V
V
V 3loyal lrlsh Yacht duty waa toiUy
jiucllcd to tho New York Yacht Club
from DublinVV V V
p Tn detail of the challenge were ar
V ranrod when SirThomas vUlled Dublin
recently In the couroa of V a yachtlns
V rAVe Vt 1ndVJhVVBr1U5hV1kd4mVV
V
boart the Erin H told a friend
V V month npro of hla lnln1tton to chal
lenge but hnvlnir until rile end of K < p I
V tember tO take action ha def rted chnl V
V
Unirtne until the eleventh hour not lie
V ing dexlrouc of KlvlriK Uu Amerlciin V
yachlamen more time than necessary
V to make pruparatlorui for defending thu
V Cup they having It 1 clainvd a treat1
V ndvanta In It twins neeoisary for tha
V challon lnc yacht to Cflthr Atlnnllc
V V The Koyal Irish Yacht Club was
oricnlied In 1731 and U located at
Kingstown near IJublln It racts are
nailed Ot the Irish Sen over course
V V V rro from headlanaa The olllccr of V
V thlt1bV are Commodore Tho JlarauU
of rOrtnond vlcocommodorf Henry
CraWonl rearcommodore J Hum
V I udffeon honorary cretary Hlclwrd
1 CJU1 frSirt y Ui V V
VVV V > Th ilarquU of Ormonde Commodore
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ALLVHONERE
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V ish Passengers as Well as
V V Chauffeur
I
TnILraIc Vahto In > lorrl nnli i V
ltc C urt HItd gkI I bli atz ru
fliu thfiial 1m yc t4TtyV tiign
alt pferjon rtdlntf In uutnmvjbltci os
1 otedlii thc 1ctetII limit It lift btt
thp rulu iu nnii only < ni uuu I
The tlrst KJnoiii to Icfll trto
of the now Idw were Tiinmao lloonuy V
i V Aiiittew MHUr nnd IUnr > tti rnBH All
I of Jififsuy Ulty TIIBJ wcru ifwlla > i
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tltt Then ho as > pd Olllon If tticr w r
1 oUi in tjin nueshv Tin oI ft
I replied lii Mli iMllnnatlvM nnd wi 4
rcinitI 4 I il i4 to pLi c t tI 4t4 Vt
uion nnJcr nrrtl LcIt of ii iti UIH
V fltiidJlO Ulllon oald ho iinderlo tliitt
r fnway1itt > i wariW5iKicwimi1
I
l VV elon rr 4r Jerx > y Glty but lt w iii
V taken The only ILO4U1Y cnnnrciiMl with
I 1 h1 Police DfiMrtmnnt there i vaij Actlnij
z Chief after tho retirement of Chief
I Tc culprfia were on their way to
Jeraey City from Bridgeport Conn
wlero they nttcndcd the prizeSight last
tJicht V
tUI 4
hiiUt tp 8
Corner b84y nu opp PostOClce
Correct Mil a1y1e4 ZM Mens Hulti
V V oml TonCoat blrtek blue troy and
I lllc mixed all Mze 31 to IL many
livillned Btiod 15W values our prlqo
L 8fint5 Open Saturdny eve tin 10
ct
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of the Irlnh Club IH nUo CouimcRlore of
th llvjyal Vucltt iuadroit tin
most exclusive yachting uriinnUatlon In
1ttroj
H l nttl known why Sir Ttionia de
clilccl tn Thallonpc thrv > UKh the Iloyaj
lri h Yacht Ciud fnateiid of the Iloyal
I IJIatcr Vocht Club which I8Ued the
I prcvfou chUleriKM In bin beluilf uri
I 188i It la thn1 hu thlnkn tl5L a ciianKe
i of HicU may folloiv 1118 chanze of clubs
j Nlther Sir Thopit nor hln Mre
I tary i Uuo ulvoUu Kits contents of the
LoounienT8h1eh zoes LuVNeXork oIt
the Urnbrln suyiiiK that tiiey though1
that In All ooUrto y to th Now York
S1 httrii b Uv taller were enlltled to
V be thollrai to know what It contained
V nio ljust ohrtllcnK < vr like the ihreo
previous flunirocke will have to be
JtiHd Hcnwj the Atlantic but It In uu
I tltrsiood that ihc lll be no built that
the hanJl np on hU account wilt not
lit W TIt it in former jvxrs
I From other nourccji It WnS lcarno
that Frt will be a Xcd to denlCT Kir
Thofnaa LIp tfl8 cliallcliKT If he lit
not iilruady at work on the model nf
Slmniroclc IV for tftat la to bo the
now y chtit nnma Tho buildera of the
Challinpcr havu not yet Ixcn decided
upon co tar as can bo learned althoui
h tills alwj It U probable that Sir
Thanma In hl own mind at lea 8 1 lias
t H in MHii aho Ott to build we
yacht and lute an tindenttnndlnjc with
thorn It li known thnt he hie none
more fultylnto tho BUbJpton this i8an
utiiii any previous < Kjoa lon nnd Sir
Thtmm i tr dltMwuh aylnir that if
he does not win thla time ha will bellevo
4 InTwmliaA
to ttiew alorq
SIGNALS CROSSED
I
STHEETCARSEIMP
Tliree Huil and Several Shaken
Up at Fortysacond Street
and Sixth Avenue
3K = i 2 j s d = w ore
I Thrca persons were Injured am < w > v
iTui iMUiy unnJJOn up In a colllalon of
4 1r t iirs at Sixth nVenue and tVrty
uttond atrixt today v w ° ht hound
Iiirty CsOnil rottt car In charju of
Motormnn rralitc Minor cmhc < l jiito n
noph ji > iinil Sixth avcntlo car o wztp
o if rutii o in jiirirjii tnrowmi tlio
tliK yiiKBrii into the atjvct and vrac
I Uially dMiiolifiliii tliq earn
Tlu im < wii hurt vtiroj
I MrsJiilnnltt Itiikii ijltyIiit y > ar <
I old of TJp HI V 8It Mini Humlre1 and
I tortythlrd street contilitlon of lit fao
I and ann
11llnin Jnchnnn twentysir yearx old
of Xo wCoroiiii nv < nuf Corona 1 1
it t Iii alt
T111r1Tii1Jttr tr
I t it Vniuxrnd I lit ny run r years
old of Js < IWi Wanhlripon nvgnilc
I Wirttv ivut fnce iidJ iiuiur l lefl rK
I l4rrc wore hurt tijTTtytnjr iflawnnit
iHt > tr l > tlt nfusiHl to ulsti their
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Matormnn Minor v tu > arrested ind
I Jtcld Thi > m < lormiitt of tho Sixth
4 uvenur tar jiwif l when ho att ft
i crush Inevitable nnd fled
RICHARD CROKER IS TO
I VISITNEWYORK THIS FALL
His Son Who ReturnedT Day
FromTHnrDpe Makes lie V
Announcement V
nichnrrtCr > Vr Jn nnd hHiraUor
and ilBicr rirrJved iitdaiy on 11i Tusi
taiiln Ill srilil that bin fathnr would
vlnlt N w York this fall after the cite
tlnnii V
V In thfl mrnn time ho will takf a
rlaurely trip to tEiypt V v
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EW YORK FKIDAYf SEPTEMBER 13 19O7 PRICE ONE CENT V
V
GIANTSTAKEV
± DI1EIGIESj2J0 IV
Aathevsoh in RareForm
Strikes Out Eleven
Broklyhites1
FINAL SCORE
GIANTS 7
002000000 2
BROOK JVS
001000000 1
1
NEW YORK
V U JR H PO A L
Shannon If i 0 0 0 00
Hannafin it 1i 3 1 0 0
V
V Devlin 3b 1 I 0 2 0
Seymour cl 0 0 1 j 0
Brcsnahan c 0 0ll 3 0
V McGann b 0 4 13 0 0
V Dahlen is 0 0 1 3 0
Doyle 2b I 0 1 0
Mathewsonpr 0 I0 0 0
I Totati 2 10 27 11 0
I BROOKLYN
I
R 11 PO A B
JJUperrnan 2b 0 I 1 4 0
Casey jb 1 1 3 0
LcwtWs 0 0 1 2 0
j
Jordan Ib 0 1 11 V 0 0
Hummel If 1 3 0 0
I Batch rf 1 1 5 0 0
Maloney cf 0 0 1 0 0
Ritter u a 2 0 0
Pastoriui p 0 0 0 2
1
1 Tot u I s 27 no
I Kim I lit it on l1ilIOft 1actortouf
I 5 lUttirirxon 1
I Isett on I > a fV jajiti Si Brooklyn 4
I Struck OUl Ily Iasorlmi It by
Mnthewtion 11
1meeHawi HIUiIlRnpafln Alperman
TwnHaae Hit Hannafln McUann
Sacrifice Hit Df vlln
Double Pl o Hre aflhIItRfl Dihkn
tait ltittr
Altt18aflt ICV0
VAflirHINOTON PARK Sept U
Tht greAt ilattj wn In rare form to
day In the Giants wcvnd grne hrr
with nrookyn ittrflclng out eleven weri
mid allowing but live wellscattered
tile
First lnnng
HluLnnon eni a bounder 10 Alovrmnn
wh6 tliruw him out at llrst Hannifin
I
Wt to right f6r two Liiae tutu reached
r third On 44 paniM ball Devlin wat
1 thritv out 11rz1 hv Iewlit Italet
I ttien made a wonderful catch of By
muurs foul Hy Kinhliln th ball with
onn imnd an the jiuttinir In ront of the
bivichers NO 1UJNS
AlK nnan struck out C tiret drew
four lulls but 8Vtit nailed toallnc ite
i OT c itr waa
I lo a victim on strike NO HUNS
I Second Inning
I jlrcinahnn walked and went to
ardom on McGanns nfe hit to left
Unhlen bunle < I to Pantorliur who throw
to Cimay orclnr nrrwiahon at third
Doyle walked Illllnp the tot etc ta t
It 440l HI I out to Maloney and Shan
non popped to ihort left to Hummel
1
> > HTNS
Jord i 1mnted but Devlin tovoii him
I out Hutnmel jlnjfled MchTnev
I uiunl r i UTiak Oil I and V irummcl I8VII
louhl il up IrylnKto teal second nn
nntian to Dahlcn SO RUNS
Third Inning
I I t ItO l1t tripled to Jufi center nr < l V
iscored on Delvln single lo left Siy
I LJ t
I giit catch < iinre K > hnii tout Uv A
panned Iwill HilVrtncnJij j vjin to nc riii
McOiltiO iKKioiHl MJlrlne Delvin Dah
< went out PasurhlKjo Jordan U TJVYJ
i llfitcii drew a free tOM to flrnt nltter
j fnnii < M out So did Paatortli Airier
man trnl il to the fencn In drrn rlrtit
c ner Morlncr Butch Cinev c cit out
V Palllen to TMcfnnnr OXB IUJX
V Fourth Inning
I M
liylo itiiIiitI rerIter VflC
forc at I VCflLI Ii 31iiewitiuri pe
I man lo Iiw tosulnjr th ball to Al
P rman nt nocond Hanninn wakd
Hhnnnon gil Itt t to swnd ipevlln nled
1
1 r TT7T1TnT VI J1 i L 7
f Irfwls irtintwl ut IlrernaJmni throw
nailed him Jorflun wjui thrown nn
111 1i1thr So naK I I mine NO
1L1
Fifth Inning
jynjOur ifent a fly to Mntoney Hre
> nit htii it Iqw llnelly waj ij f taken b
Maotifj aicCliinn tvuntfilf Sf > Is nah
4 Ion drovn n liner itralnht Into Hum
melo linds AO nrVRl
Maloney wn retired t v McOiinn un
I airlftid Ttntcli hoisted one to S v
I tnour iKUtor vcnt out t > ihl n tn
JU < 3iinn VO PINS V
i Sixth Inning
V Doyle fouled out tt > IJummel Mnt
thfw on nliiKled Shnnncmii tly wa
collircd by Makiiwy Hnnnaftn walked
Mnttncwdon woliiK In ny nd Duvlln
fllv to Mnlnnev NO UtXS
Iniitnrtiui wns ft victim on striken
Alperman trl < easy for Dixhlen lull
Mcflnnn Ciili v VdnKteil I wl e out
IcOann un > l 1dt KQ HUNBj
Seventh Inning
Symour lU d to Untch Ttraxnahan
hunted out CaB y to Jordan MC
Onimr V tnBlid Ii Lit fourth hit I lit hln
wh out Alpenunn lo Jordan NO
UUN8
Jonlah Jdnnlfd to center Hummel
fanned V Mnlonay did llkewlno Hutch V
luElid Jordan miclilnir ncond Hll V
ter struck out NO UUNS v
V Eighth Inning V
V iDoylo filed to Rltttir Miithewson
itt rul cli out Bhannon 8Aa emu Alpen V
man to Jordan
Pa tortiu Iii 0 nil Mnttyn lenth vie V
tlm Alpentian aleo ttruek nut Ca oy
i fllod to Hanninn NO HtlNH
Ninth Inning
Hannifin lnjlM nnd I t y I In VIII cr1 tic
Coaey to Jordan SVjymotir fouUd j > ut
to Hatch Hnnnllln reaoilntf hurt
11 rwru it Ii itt wvtit oui WKiy lo Ji > nlun V
lISVl foulcil out to McOann Jurdah
ntlt IoIi 1 1 it on nlUNBTolir < > ul
DUcttnLtcOann NO RUNS
Mv >
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NASHINGTONS
SOUNDLVVDRUB
1 GRilftEll
GetFifteen 1his Off Metier
V and Win Out by 10
V V V Runs Co 2
V f V
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FINAL SCORE
WASHINGTON
0 0 4 0020 40 10
HIGHLANDERS
0 1 0 001000 2
WASHINGTON
K V 8 IO A E
Milan cf 1 I 2
Ganley If 0 I 40 0
Delehanty 3b 3 2 2 1
Allizerrlb inirl VV2 It 0 0
Jones rf 1 1 l o 0
Kahot c I 4 1 Oj
Shlpke 3btif I 2 1 0
Smith s 1 t a 4 o
Gebrnf7p 2 J i io
Totali 10 15 27 13 1
HIGHLANDERS
K H PO A B
H6mD n cf 0 1 3 0 o
Ball 55 0 I 3 2 0
Chase Ib I 1 9 1 1
I Laporte rf 0 i o I
WIIliamsr2b I 4 0 2 0
Conroy If o 0
Louden3b 0 3 3 3
Klelnow c 0 1 4 1 0
Ncucr p 0 0 I 2 0
V Rcker = iitrrw 0 1 0 O 0 V
Totals 2 1327 II S
matted for Neur In the ninth
Klt t Base on Italic Off N uer i
E1r l Olane on Lrroretgatington1 1
HIililRnOflr i V V
V
Ift on limes V shlnKton T hIgh
JniHUUiJk
Struck uutJljiJiM jnby Oihrlttr
I Home Ilunn < 3 ring
Thre Ha ee Hltii < Wit hlaini Dele
hnty
Hlolen BBM Qanloy Jonon Bhloke
Sacrifice HltclUll fimlth
Double Play VIllini v to Ball to
Chae JITOn Delenantyt d hrtn Al
Uur
Paucd rialU Kahoe
Umptre Sheridan and Blafford
A Attendance 0
AMEIUCAN JBAGUE PAJIJC N T
oipt 12 Vn lilnKton took a trood re
< enite today for t4ietreatment jhey re
at thlitzcuttetir tU
g fe wdnys aiw bfatlngr the Hllltoppen
by the onthetl acore of 10 to 2 Neuer
the 114 w COil th lu t from the Southern
I a gut and Louden the Jli > < he it ter
fluirltieotn1 IirIrciat
cau ei of the locaU downfall the
former belny touohwl up for fifteen hit
Louden made Uire costly errora In
tha Uilrd tmtlutf which itwit bin cd with
wo hlu n jtt < xl the Wttihltvaccnn four
runs
OohilnKt thn tallmidirm latest IllICit
< nR uuQuiiluon llnoj out u lioniu run
n ttie enURl InlrtnK brmjpnK in twu
ii04 lie wa < i uuciaJ up lor uilru n
rIJVUt ttily cr4 W8iIwttiortI
Flat Inning
Milan openeJ th k nu wltli a 11 y lo
I ItitTuiiccn ln < i ittUcr nmidnjf a Kfiai
Vrul1nnuhituhV GLtnItyaLrucacn
0iklianty tiiule < l to left but AltUer
1 wijiH I aulJafiliaie Jia RUNS
I I cfT lOut ii wan afe on Uelohantyv
eVrorai d went tuaecond on Halla amn
rlnce OeirlriKlo Alllrtr V Hoffman wi
waajjut alcBllnRjhlrdJaiioe to Mlllpkf I
Tnja > died liir a Krouifder lif Sulpke
NO HUNS
V Second Inning
Jonea alncled lo left but JCihoe lilt
jnto it doUbkvplayv wllllnme to Ilitl
It Cluine Hhlnke alnxted to tOP Infleld
iiLL uIttt Jhicj VVtOVIJJNt1tUtt
Ltvporte tiled t o Jon < Si Viluam
drove a Ions threebaKger 10 rtslu and
scored on n paancu ball Conroy
slnKled IxUden wn thniwn out bv
Smith nnd Klelnow niol to Oanley
1
Third Inning
Clohrlnc wan jjiiftf on louden error
Mhiin iMMt out a bunt find Gritting
Wtnl Ill tiilrd on Ixiudcnn tjrror Oan
Itiv wte thrown opt bv SVuer but in
trylnsr to mako i doublr Coat throw
Alld to wvond corliiK Orfirlnr and al
lowlnn MHin ttj tnkc tfilr1 Oolelunty
lnKled corlnx Milan Altlzer alngkid
land ouden nmde another Uid throw
allowliiK Delvhajny to cnrc and Altlxer
10 lake third 4lltepi CHrrd pnJonesn
lily to HoffmAn Kahoe fouled out V to
Louden FOUR IIUS
> uer KniUnled oil I lo Sin I lit Dole
hnniy thrmv out Hoffman Ball ulntrled i
and Dolvhnnty Iii 8W out Uhaat XO
HUNS A
VV Fourth Inning V
PIHliKefilt l to Conroy I > judon throw
out SmWu nehrhiK vyalked llllan
struck out NO UUNS
JLaportii and Wllluuiui both V nmEltd
Conroy llneil out to Milan and Ia I
porlo wan doubled up before tin could
iet batik to acUni Milan to DHoj
irianty Qanl y iwtuleia grtatone
hnmlod mtch of l udcna lour UV to
iift NO iitrxs I
Fifth Inning I
Onnley nliiKlcd Delehunty struck
mi Oimley iotu c < 0iiil but tjII to I
iItuh IllIttI aid wan out KUliWw to I
U > udm Alll r fouleJ out to Louden
NO HUNS V
V
Kldnow Illed to Oanloy V Neilir
atnick out and > o did Hoffman NO
l
V Sixth Inning
Jonen ulnKleJ to ecnler aitd nlole nic
ond Kahoa lllifil to > alt Shtpke
J i
llvnd how Ucpiaiec of > C > T V > > ki
V City helped lo rob Hi Ocean Bank of V
i over JtwOttW Th moal Inlerostlns and
thrilling true tory of recent yoarai hy
QeorK0 Mllea White 1hpoTorioui batik
I burs a r Price illSO lit i
1 5tItnVr1 PuhlUhlntCo
7I Vter fltret1 Now Tori
V
V V
y V
BROOKOALE NYMPH flAE
EflUMFkVORITE OAOELIUNt
LUSITANIA BROKE
RECORDDIDNT TRY
FOR CLEAN WEER
Schedule for Turbiners Maiden Voy
age Fixed Months Ago for Arrival
V
at Sandy Hook Two iours Be
fore High Tide V Today V V
RECORDS OF OCEAN FLYERS
V Days Mrs Win
I Queeiislown to Sandy Hook Lusitania 5 0 34
Queenstown to Sandy Hook LucanJa 5 7 3
Southampton to New York Deutscliland 5 11 51
V 3 ti2miles <
Kaiser Wilhelmtl 5 11 58
Sandy Hook to Plymouth short route 2981 miles
Deulschland 5 7 38
V
Highest days run Deutschland 601 knots August 1901
Highest days run LusHania 593 knots September 1907
I jH Deutsdihndiji uly SQl made an average of 235 f knots an
I hour from Sandy Hooklo Plymouth V
V iKaiser Wllhdmll in June 1904 averaged 2358 knots an hour
V from Sandy Hook to Plymouth V V
V > Lusilanias averagespeed 2301 knots an hour September 1907
Oucenstown to Sandy Hook
V Lucanias average speed 2181 knots in October 1891 Queens
town to SandyHook V V V
The Cunard turbine steamship Lusitania on her maiden voyage
ended here toda glT TTi1
to New York than that Irish port has ever been before but the new sea
filer failed to make the sweep of records that was expected of her Other
isi 9ue thpiJ At
lanticand covered more miles in a day V
One of the Cunard oftlcials Capt Watson superintendent of piers
explained this afternoon that the Lusitania did not try to break all rec
ords He asserted that she ran from Liverpool to Sandy Hook on a
schedule and that she adhered to it without five minutes variation
walked fjmlth uncritical Nouer to
o dvnnclnc both runnera O < > hr
Ii ihen itiii181C41 a omulo to rentre
one nd Shlpko NSllllunu
tItriW HIiin TWO 1CUNB
Ji a ll it I nick out CIiiaV tnKle a ltI
4 PItt tiV third Oil liportn rail to right
Williams il o IlijjJ ie rii ff 919
but I > aport > wan V nlrptd at thlnj Milan
tn SIt I uc p 1 ourlC wa fl thrown out by
15i1111110N1 III
Seventh inning
V 4 nI cy III ri 12 ltI P1811 it rity I ri
to loft Altlxwa thrown out b Hall
4tiilUy88CV nStiaJCouroy KQ RUNS
V W4i 8 thrown out by fihlp <
lietrucV iin Ssdio bfi Xeiicrjiwprtil
wit to V AltKBrr Wfrntfin1 Wil ipi1ii
InElft to c ntrp hut wag forcod put nt
pco > d on Bulls irroundT o Dclchfinty
unnaitlnted
Elohth olnninn
Kkhoc slnnlfd to left tilt tkit clot ed
to right ant WoOl lo third on l aporl
fumble which al o soirod Kahop Stilltll
alnitlfJ ncorlnjc rtWl > l P It nil Oohrlnsf
smashed a clfan iionn run to dff p cpn
Ire acorln Smith ahfid of him MHin
t i C thrown out S > UtmKn IV w s t
5rWHfcy irrmmrttfr onil t5rt1 It ti
XiUrr wITu CiWrol tllo WB Ocli
ltanty liil < > d to the intleld ami w ollt to
third on Altlier ilnslo to rlsht Al
tlierntole iUoilil liut JoncJ Illtnl to
I tthlhtiIuil FOVUit 1IIINSVV
Uhmm lllwl ti Oanlny aunt nporln
filed to Milan W CtIIairi hit for tho
fourth time niul Conroy bpnl out n olow
one tn itfiort Ixiuden ulrtick out NO
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Kulio llle to Conroy Hhljiko c alk < > l
uinl 8tlt8 iscconit 4htt Itt riniflwl over
jiVeoni Shlpko BMllisr to lit lrl Oi > lirjn > c
wiilked nilmtrthp OIIMMI MtUin popntM
out to CJ > n J nnd Oanluy foutrd to Klul
now V NO IUFN8
Klolnow wan out on a jnnimlcr to
Pmlth Iflckuv l uttc < J for Ntiur utt
Inrlcd P tt lint lUiftnint popimit to
V lItrlltg 8lil18i quick thrjw to V Hrt
tlouWwt tip Ktcfce NO HVNS
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liiln In mi city Now fall ulleriia In
Men sultv ictfular Jli valuua fOr 7Ji
Iii t liv hi l ditl rut rcv Orit Ii it I ir ari
iilt utile jlaM u and black Ihlbetn nil nt I
sm lake your pick AIei lW Mens
Black Cheviot Fulu tIicl fancy atjlejt m
5M Saletoday nnd tomorrow at
C1fli1 iSU hrtfadway Open Saturduy
Ttlht qntll SM C
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Two monfh asoi Ba 1 i 6ap tl WiTwm
the time of thl voyajre wn fixed
Capt Watt was lruvlruetttI to brlnn
liH LujiHtvnlu to the iSiimly Hook
T ifVt p hvtira nhnail nt hlrfil
tldrW SandyHook on themor3lnB o
September 13 high tide was itt 10
oclock fcapt Watt reached the light
lIp at SK oclock
lfheItnv V4
have done It would havo bcn neces
J trlo anthorJho Lusitanla to nw t
th tide This was ileojned Inadvla
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The LUcanla whllh left Quecntldwn
usxdhS 1iR ilVr hO r
Lutltanla wan reported off NantUcket
Jgtitxlilp itt noon today She will
roach her pier CArly tomorrowMvora
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WhIt few exceptions V the t ii > f > nicra
were iitlm lnMle over the performance
of the Mwllnnftt Th jr said It could bn
conipartd only to n niacnltlccilt folding
hotol 1ti w eliOt 1litittl of vlhnitlon
torn lh ensine and nil agreed that
In a acawny the ItisUnnla iii an steady
nj a New York akyscrnper
J Bin Escort Fleet
TIle flrst sIght Now Vork proper had
of the LuMUuiiu was IrivfirtnK I > cort
tit up from Quarantine by a blc lleol of
excursion teiuner unit WKI vite mvept
Into the uluiniiel betw an ilnnhutmt
atrd Julrity City at built in hour bo
for nxin and the bulk of ht blotted
out cvftryihinjr on tlin river lli > r four
grout rvd tnok a her lowtriiiK hull mid
dvekhou t > mPtiotnilUcd t Itt e harbor
vlow She was BO WK wnrt HO illpnlllwl
that slit Wiircnty HplKured to be mov
hik
Ion ga lde amldilillis wn e tho Iron
eamboiu t 81rlu < > lti < hor iuuldl hit
lHK thi tlir rt riildly as i 40 lltgi rues
could turn itndi th Kirlum vi j lIst
hnldlnR hor 08811 TwifKlnB lonK lit
hlnd tVla u iicvt of tus null the piinr
Of tIll lIt from thulr mchaint PllH1
nxomblud Urn curh of whlt mnoko
thttt hoot nwiy from tht mttuth of u
rapldlr sW The Lusltnnli wn Juir
Ioiu I lug son the tlnUh ut hir nmark
Chit I iuuuti on atvoiul ti < I
Oh lie JnllrS I It i Ale
un be luul lit iivHlf t HUM n iunoit lorA
huV44V4aat1thlttJ II Vjllt tt iilititliu4 t
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siooc1oo 9f Publics Money When
HitcRcock Horse Finishes
Second in Omnium V
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Start in Feature Event Killed the Chances 6f
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SIIEEPSHEAD BAY RACE TRACK Sept 13ihe defeat
Dandelion in the Omnium Handicap this afternoon cost the public all of
SlOOOOO The Hitchcock horse vasan even money favorite and the i
public took this for hundreds and thousands > >
SHEEPSHEAD RESULTS V
FIRST RACE Jack Atkin 4 to C
V and 2 to 5 1 Westbury 8 to 5 place
2 Don Enrique 3
SECONDRACE Runnlng Account
7 lo V and to 2 1 Donotcara 6
to fc piece 2 RIalto 3
I THIRD RACE Johnnfe Blake 16
to 6 and 6 to 5 1 Castlewood even
olace 2 The Squire 3i
FOURTH R ACE Brookdale
Nymph 4 to 1 and 6 to 5 1 Dan
I delion 2 to 5 for pUce 2 Old
Honesty 3
I FIFTH RACE Prince Hampton
15 to 1 and 5 to 2 < 1NB nker 4 to
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SIXTH RACEMarblea 3 to 1 1
Aunt Itcivi even for place JHsa
Uelanoy 3
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RULES CHILDREN
CANNOT BE HELD
AS COLLAVTER
Orders Boys Kept in Asylum
V V TurnedQvcFloThcir
Mother
That rihldren cannot be hold by In
V I tltufion aa oj1Iuiterul uctiriiy Cur the
I umminl dup for their support and
maintenance waa held by J ii ii I ice Guy
In the Suprertie Court today
Th mllnp ciimij during tirhertr
Ins of un application to guntaln a v
of habeas corpus V offered by Lawyer
Jamfji Nugent on bwhalf of Sirs JIary
Patrick of No 511 Eiut Seventythird V
ttrcct In reKard to the pnsacsulon of
her tw oua > VllliviM and Htldolplt
from at Josephs urphafi Asylum
Lawyer SuKBnl ua Unit Mr Pat
rick hnlJien l wort oil bv her husband
two yiiira itco And bclnu nbeqlutely
lUfiiilmu vriu comixUkd to havn her V
wo chlldieu iidrnlttim to th InatUUUon
She uul lno uurk < ti M inuku 1 home
or the uhllurrtJ uiid huj sucrewled nAnd
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And now jld Lawyer NUKCJU
Ihln inslHuUon r OM > 4t tu Mivf up tin
chtUlrun unlc i the wwman pjiys flio I
wnicii la ajiijyt4 ii iliij t V tni
ilp m It woiiUl e intifry7i fn Ui
for h r tu < < 1i hi < fartis ill 1 wft
Hud out at thut ddiiU U wllllnc lo KV 41 I
or wvm a wwk to lmi < IMir tii
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ttfndent StrA > 6iirsr of V St
Asylum said that td < ialilr < > i >
liud not b vn iirouitht to thn tlumf u I
Jjiulr moiluT u41 idvr committal b
this IXiiurlmint of ChoiItleii v V
> Ii I would Iflcu to know Vitl1
JutlcB Ouy by what rlKhl till D
turtment dir ClturlHtM c tiiimiis n IrtM
to dll Institution In iinyC < i IuiIlrir
are not humiti clatiT ul Ciituu
bo held as Uecurlti for llii Iuiiinlt
cut u drfit fihlMren tr not ilttll
under tho law of thl cntv nor 4V
fur fts I Know umlur thf luws of it
tnion nor liiVc tlny twen 1 think
ilncv hy
Th < t a o hfiyx brlithtii > oklnK little fnl
i lows iiKeil fourteen uiil twilve n nvc
I lively were then fervently IcUscd Jivl
I Ihilr moWinr mid Inkvn i ut of the
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With nurtnlns Voter ocrotclied ths S V
rnce lookrd 11 Rood LIi I lug for Dandelion
The fflvurlto niude a ooil nm after a
rSlher rough Journey nnd even In th y
urtrstdi t looked na If he was tfOlnic tj
to win Xotter on Urookdalf Nymph J
ztgraggetI V hIM mtjnt hi front of Dandu V s
lion nnd this kept the latter lick Ji
Nlcol who rode Dandelion made a V 3
claim of foul J an t > ttro < > kd 4 Xymplj 1
but tt waant allowed
rhie tort Idlkd the chances of Ken
nyetto and McCartcr and practically f
gave th < raceto the winner MeCarimr V
nniiKennyctto wore upJnth alrBhen V
tile barrier went Up ttuid they were at
leiuit four lencthji b hlnd flue rail of
the Jltld getting Away Bnxikdala V
Nymph gut a < oommondlnK lead and V V V
novw wllnquihM It Old Horxaty Wait f
third IwWmf Dandelion rdfirilfl = <
overhauled bis fIeld by degrua > tdT VV
coiuj not do better than > fourth V
Favorite Won First Race
Doncmcan was scratched In UT op n V V P
lug dash and Jack Atkln waa made A
good halt length from Weatbunr Pta V
Juiclo and IJcllo of IroquoU Urnd > tbeuu
elves out making hue early pace Juo
boforo tho utretcm turn wa readied
thlP y Here throUEh and Jack Atkln ana
VVtUilr hautBuc IaVV1uLWeeOIIIhV V VV
hifld the itcuittaIe1 lit 4
run through the Btrelch Dan V
who wait oft badly nnuhod etrong
ud no trouble getting tim how moner
Running Account Ran Well
Chalk up anothrar win for Luxnup V
Account Th lwoyear bent
ocod field In handy fonhlon and at tha V V
good price of 10 to 1 lUalto led all the V
way to tho jtretch followed by Dano
I carra Itunnln Account off none tow
V Kell nlcXpdun thejjniii onejbr onL V
and wliwmlal WlxifiU V to weaken t3
tIll str tch ho i > a jixl him and then
belny lot down for Danoewarra caisght
him In tho last sixteenth to win by a
head Oxford and First PrerniuniV
who cirrlid moat ot the money run
ViII5eriefulll 1 c1nvullrIngVVthnVccrpfl 4
I that 10 heUl on IcIng cnoush to ba third V V
VV Stakes to Johnnie Blake
Johnnie Jliftko won thy Golden Ttna
Stakni all thgjgay frUiting from rbtS
tn llnlnli TnTTrFnrTtai WTUI for th
vlac between Coirtlowood jand Th
tiV hilt I i MlllerH mount The Squlro was V
lVi4a1 all the way until right at th
enl when Caitlcwood closed up j
S drlvalTTOl6Tlnl hftndTIie fio
iOitt it rljViV4iVViijlo 1
to jiiitt Itmt but the JuPuIuree I
1i11hInIVV tti r rriiiill3co CiLttej3 II V
It wns a pretty mc I
MONTREAL RESULTSV
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LLJuaNlVN MONrrtIAI V
15fThfl rucea todiiy resulted as fol V
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F1UST ttACK Wl fl Hand 4 to 1 V V
won V Terns even for t > InCe jw copd
Knt > rtt < > f Hlllnboro I 3 10 1 lo it how V
jhlnl Time IM < V
HKCOND HACKlrytanLi U to JDl
woji Masltr V I ft r t < tui f t > pnc V V
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UawKnma l T tu f 1 riuttnlst 1 to a Vt V
for iilncfl 2 Itoyul Onyx out for show 1
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3 to 11 I Konitc out for plqcti 2 AllHi
Buy lout for hnwl 3 t V V V V V
SIXTlf HVCr 5xCli > ni < tnt oven mid
1 to 3 llr t IIdUll I to liUue io 4
an Prince tlrutm t ti > 3 HowTthlrtl
HUGH J5MNINGS NOW V A
V A BASEBALL MAGNATE
Nanigernf the TitfJrsGets Part V
IItt l of he Derni Ainer tV1
lam Club V V
DKTKOVP MIlJ Skpt Ji iIIIan I
lit Vuwkoy will retic from the ownc V
ship of ti lVtolt IllitlilVIll Cjuh at VV
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