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JUNE 25, 1913. jJJEAQBS PBI01 ONI OUT.
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NEW YORK, WEDNESDAY,
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sMUcrles Perdue and llrown; Marquard and Meyers.
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atteMes: Boston-Rudolph and Whsllng. New York-Pemsree and Myers.
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Batteries Rucker and l'helpe; I'halmera and Dooln.
C. H. Mackay, His Wife, Who Was Katherine Duer,
And Their Children, Whom He Has Taken Abroad
The Assembly Passes the Blau
velt Bill, Which Governor
TALK OF COMPROMISE.
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Satisfies Fore and Sweeney: Wood and Nunnamakar.
Sulzer's Representatives and
Several Republicans Propose
New Plan for Convention.
GIANTS IN CLOSE HIGHLANDERS BAT
Brown and Lord Make Home
Runs Off Marquard New
York Wins First Game.
rkrtcaer, it. .
jEtetmy, if. . .
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TO VICTORY IN
Hits by Daniels and Wolter and
the Latter's Steal Home
Does Trick in Boston.
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0 27 10 2 Hooper, rf
Teraes, io. ...
Speaker, cf. ...
Gardner, 3b. . .
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. Wood, p
Henrikaen, . .
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Umpires Massrs, Klem and Orth.
McCormlck batted for Burn n ttio
Hsrsog ran for MoCormlck In Ufhth
SUMMARY Or UIANTH tUMK UP
TO NINTH INNING.
first Baa on Balls Off Perdue 1.
tft Marquard 0. Struck Out By Par
tue t. by Marquard. I. Home Rune
rown, Lord. Two Baa Hit Tltua.
ftolen Bases Flsichsr. Maranvllle,
(tela. Double Playe Marquand to
2 8 27 9 4
Hendrlckson batted for Ball In the
Flrat Baee on Balls Off Ford 1 off
Wood 6. Struok Out By Ford t, by
Wood I. Three-Base Hlta-Nunnamaker
(2), Speaker. Two-Baae Hits-Speaker,
Daniels Sacrifice H!i--Engle, Cree,
McKwhnle. stolen Kaaea Daniels, Nun-'
nam alter, Hartxell (2), Wolter. Double
Playe .Harwell to Hweeney to Borton;
I I'enklnpaush to MvKechnle tu Borton.
W11J Pitch-Ford. Htt by Pitcher
Sweeney, Xanlela, Cree. Umpires
Dlnesti and Hart. Attendance -lO.UUO.
POLO GROUND. NEW YORK. June
M. The Oleate won the nret fame with
somparatlv ease. The (Hants ebeved
Marquard into the bos and started
after the eoood. By this time the
ytrewd had Increased to Bt.OOO. Stalling!
made a bid shirt In his lineup by pul
ing Urd. Smith and Devlin In the
plaee of Connolly. Sweeney sod Mc
Danald. Is the elshth Maranvllle reached flrat
tn Doyle's fumble, stole second and
. a HI.', kl
mm li ii null. u in..
FIRST INNINO Maranvllle struok
ami. Myers popped to Doyle and Lord
saw out, Fletoher to Msrkls. No Runs.
arms Bled out to Mann abater lifted
(Special t" The Ermine World.)
BOSTON. Maai., June 35 The High
landers came here to-day and took part
la the flag-raising eaerclaes which aent
to the breesee the world's champlon-
I ehlp pennant which the local outfit wm
When they put the H ante away lat
In the grandstands aa soeata of the
Red 8o were many State and city
officiate, and Mayor Fiun.iii.il paraded
around the field with the ball playere
and took a hand at baullns the flag to
FIHHT IN NINO Daniels was called
out on strikes Wolter filed U Speaker
ALBANY, June 25. Gov. Sulzer's
direct primary bill was defeated la
the Senate to-day by a vote of 10
& ayer to 38 nooa. The vote on the bill
at the regular seaslon was 8 syes to
i 42 noes.
l lie I " V I oruoivi . n uw " n . .
from the negative to the affirmative
were Peckham and Thomas. Senator
Ormrod waa excused.
The Ulauvelt primary bill, which was
pawed twice at the rasular session and
vetoed each time by the Governor aa
a "makeshift" and a 'fraud," was
passed by the Assembly to-day by a
vote of aeventy-eeven ayea to fifty-nine
HOW EACH SENATOR VOTED ON
The Senate vote In detail follows:
Ayes McKnlght. O'Koefa, Packman,
rleoloy, WellJe, Wheeler (Democrat)
Duhamel (Democrat and Independence
League). Thomas, Whitney (Kepu'hil
oana); Palmer (Republloan-I'rosreaalve)
Noee Blauvelt, Boylan, Carroll. Care
well, Cullen, Fltxserald, Foley. Frawley,
Orinin. lleuly. lleiTernan, Herrlok, Mc
Clelland. Malune. Murtauti Patten.
Pollock, Itameperser, Banner, Simpson,
Sullivan, Torborg, Velte, Wagner,
White (Democrats); Arsetainser, Brown,
Buasey, Coata, Kmtr n. UoUfrey. HSS.
oock, Hewitt. Sage. Silvers. Thoinpion,
Walters, Wlleon (Republlcatia).
A motion by Minority Leader Brown
to reconalder the vote by which the
meaiure waa defeated waa lout by a
vota of twenty ayea to twenty-five
noes. In moving to reconsMer Sen
ator Brown said tie did so "for the
purpose of seeing If thla Senate can
not unite on a proposition to lick Into
shape aome direct primary bill retain
ing the State convention."
Majority Leader Wagner asked for
the defeat of the motion on the ground
tnat "the matter has bern disposed of."
Assemlilymen Eisner, Oirbs, Orlmme,
Bovle and llinman, as a self-sppolnted
committee, later conferred with Oov.
Sulier concerning a coniprom.se. They
told the Oovernor they could get sup
port for a measure which would con
tain all the provisions of his bill ex
cept the abolition of the State conven
tion. PROPOSE A NEW PLAN FOR
They also prop.ise.l another hill ss S
aubetltute for the abolition of the State
convention by providing that delagatea
to the convention be elected ua In
structed ielegte at the oftVlal pri
mary. This, It was suggested, would
be a sort ot preferential primary for
State offlcors whereat the voters In
their chol'-e uf delegates would Indicate
their prefer, n e ( r State candidates.
The rjorern f decline! to commit him
self or take nny Initiative,, but indicated
to the committee he might give fa
vorable conaidt ration to soma such com
promise if it ghoUM be sent to him.
When the Assembly convened Mr. I. in
ner introduced two bills embodying the
suggestions made They were referred
to th Judiciary Committee.
In the Senate Senator Heaco 'k Intro
duced a bill desisued to provide for a
referendum on the iueatlon of abolish
ing thu State convention, and BaiHtOI
Vhompson Introduced the old lllriinan
(ireeh bill with aineiidinenla, one of
which would leave It tu the discretion
of the party whether State ollKers
should be nominated by purty conven
tions or not.
It had been phinueJ to get out
of Albtfny aa quickly aa posai.de, but
the Governor headed off this scheme
by sending in four speclul meusugen
calling for legislation In addition to
laying Cohalan charges before the Leg.
slature. T. eae iitensagei will hold the
Legislature In session.
The measures dealre.1 g're designed
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iCeatlaued oo Ktcoad Fast i
MACKAY SAILS WITH
HIS THREE CHILDREN
UNDER STRONG GUARD
Rms -i aoc Kxr'ela ktx AND
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GAME TO PHILLIES
Combination of Hits
IZrrors in the Eighth Cruises
Stengel, cf . . . .
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8 IS 24 8
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Psskeri. cf 110 0
Ludenis, lb I 1 II I
Lobert, 3b 4 2 1 3
Magee. If 2 14 0
Cavsth, rf 2 4 I 0
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Doolsn, ss 10 13
booin, c 0 0 I 1
Killcfer, c 0 0 5 0
Chalmers, p 0 0 0 0
Alexander, p 0 0 0 0
Brennan.p 0 0 0 1
Mil'er 0 10 0
Pecker 0 10 0
Totsls II II 27 II 2
empires Messrs Itlxler am: Hyroti.
Becker tatiei tor Aleaandsr in third
Miller butted for PoOln In third
First BasE on Halls Off Wagner. 3;
off .:.. I. off Alexander, 1; o(T Hreii
tian, t. Struck Out 8) Itagon, T, by
CliBl ners. 1; by Brennan, 1 Home ftun
Uuderus. TwoBass HUsOklagsa,
Smith. Lobsrti Cravalh stolen Bases.
Cutahaw, tmlthi Lobsrt, Double Plays
Knabs to Ludarus. Patssd Walls
Doom. I Cinplivs- Messta Rlglor and
Byron Attsndsnos I.OfM)
ELNAR, WINNER AT
T CLUB MEET,
Judges of the Race Give
Fourth Event to
VIBBT SVACB Bjroasa, B to 1 aan
I to I, arsti FaalUees, s to fo.
place, seooadl rrtjolea. ft to a. third
Time aot takes.
OOaTB BACB WlnSrow, to I
and S to ft, Drat I Wsb Oartsr, a to 6
fos plaee, eeooadj BarAa, out, third,
o time taken.
TSTXBD EIAC1I Eteybnxn. 1 to S anS
oat, flxati Culvsrt, T to 10 for plaee,
eeoondj XdTS Wire third. .So Urns
FOUaVTX EsAOB Mokle, a to 1, 7 to
10 and oat. first, Johnny, ft to l aad
to 1, aecond, Dorlekl. 3 to 1, third.
niTI UCE-Big Saady, fl to 1,
4 to 4 and 1 to I, Bret; Boisterous, 4 to
5 sad a to ft, second; anmattoa, 1 to a,
six Tat tvacz wiuing, I tot, aad
oat, nrat ; Footlights, S to B for plaee.
second: Boaegay, third. Bo
TO COST $15,000
Takes Them From Spring Lake.N.
to Outgoing Giant Imperator in
Motor Car. Hires the Imperial j
Suite, and Disappears in It.
MRS MACKAY AT ROSLYN, L.L,
WHEN HUSBAND DEPARTS
She, Who Was Katherine Duer. De
clares Positively She Made no
Effort to Prevent
Soon titer the new Hrnbur-Acnrtcn gtant trner tmpcrator assted
out of Hoboken tcxtay It wu reported thtt Cterentc H. Mackay, head of
the Postal Tekffriph Company and a patron of the arte and sports,
many times a millionaire, had sailed on the ship secretly with his three
children and without his wife. Mrs. Mackay was at the country estate
of the Mackays, Harbor Hilt, near Roslyn, L I.
FOR HARMON PETS
It Is Being Constructed as a
Mansion With All the Com
forts of Home.
iHti'-iBi to Th.- klreeisg u.. ' i i
PHItaA&BlePKIA, PeJ, June M -mil
Dshlsn and ills Dodger) made their
(Siwrisl tu 11u Krenlue World.)
I1EUMONT 1-A.1LK TKIIMIMAL KAiOB
TRACK, N V . June The United
Hunt Club meet hrld here this afternoon
waa a"mrihlng on the order of an ex
.luslva garden pirty. few of tha rtru
u s were on ha. id, the crowd being mu la
up mostly of Img Island'a horsey est.
They came late, Uo. aa Is their habit.
land spent the USEE before the raclag
! tioKn liuichliiK at th llelinoiit 1'ark
' slUb'BOUSE ai ro.s the road.
A red-coated huntanian leading the
field t) the post in every race, gave the
mt-et a real s"";ety flavor ESgl isn't ap
parent on renular race davo.
1MT RACK Turf and Field Hurdle
PlatS! aboil! one ami one-half miles.
Syosaet, 117 iTm key) t to 1, Mo j and
to 6. first. Faultless, 111 (Mr. A!pers
I to 1, to '. 1 to ft, second, Frljnlee,
CCoullaued M I'uiu i'igtj
CURTIS GUILD ROBBED
OF $51,000 IN PARIS
ON HIS WAY HOME.
One Thousand Dollars of fix-Ambassador's
Loss Cash; Rest
Letter of Credit.
PARIS. Juae EEs-OurUs OuM. who
reesatly resigned his peat aa United
Otates Ambassador at 8t Petersburg,
waa robbed to-day of 11,000 In each and
a letter of credit for IIO.OM. He Is
stay Ins at a hotel In Paris.
Xavler d trichord, (he head of the Crim
inal Investigation Department, and a
large force of detectives wore at
sent out to search lor the thief.
Msny ansa, bettered 1 be private Sr
teotlves. were baay about the pier aad
the deck of tbe Imperator near th dear
r the imperial Mite, wbleh ws
etood to be occupied by Mr.
so bis children, aiua, Katherine aad
John William. They war vigilant la
the eulta who looked aa though he i
Intend to serve leaaU Baaaa am
Maokay or any other misgisl ad Ohe
Bo far as
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(Cntlnusd on TwelfUi rags.)
A liS.ooo apartment house far oata.
with Janitor service, hot and cold clam
hovder In every bedroom, a oatnlp bed
mi each Are escape, and ample fenoe
loom for nocturnal promenading this
Is the lateet building note to coma from
Greenwich, Conn. Mrs. Clifford Har
mon, wife of the wealthy amateur
aviator, and daughter of Commodore K.
C. Benedict, broke ground to-day on
the Benadlot aetata outslda of the Con
nectlout suburb, and before the summer
Is paat Mrs. Harmon's twenty-eight oats
and twenty-five blooded kittens will be
enjoying the dlssleet high oat life In
Each of the nineteen rooms In the
new establishment will be aaalgnad ta
one cat family and only the heads of
tbe various houaeholda will be provid
ed with latch kayo. Hardwood floors,
boi- water heat, vacuum cleaners with
wall socket attachmenta and built-in
cradlser for klttena will be amoug the
appolntmenta provided by the uareful
architect. No leaaas will be ssacted
of any cat family tenant, Mrs. Harmon
eays. consequently no occasional cata
leptic caterwauling at nighta will be
construed sa a "lsaae brsaklng party."
quite modeat In contrast with the
llt.uvu cattery will be the adjoining
cottage erected to accommodate Mrs.
F. Y. Mathlaa. the cat espert, who Is
to he employed as a permanent chape
rone for Mrs. Harmun'a oata. Among
Mrs. Matliless many dutlee will be
aettlins uusrreie hstween tbe tenants
and teaching the kittens to say
"Thank you" when they receive their
Kites ISO Mllee Ovor Baltic Sea.
HTOCKHOliM, June H-Brlnlsjono
del Moullnals, tbe French aviator, mads
1W miles over the Baltic Baa In four
hours to-day when he flew from Revel
In Russia, to HlookUolm. II. used g
CHICAGO i 'I I
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Batteries Cheney end Breenahan;
Packard aad Clark.
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AT ST. LOUIS.
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Batteries O'Toole and Oolman; Har
mon and HoLean.
0 0 0 0 10 0
1 0 0 3 0 0 0
Batterlea AUleon and Agnew
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
1 0 0 1 0 0 2
Batterlea Cullop and O'Nalll;
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0 0 0 1 0 1 0
Batterlea Bush and Lapp
same tlsas, 1
anempt to eerve any. The I
Si van b understand that
of the detectives wsa tu
caution taken by Mr.
noi due to say daflsjlte threat that gat
Injunction woo Id be sought to glliaU
his sailing with tka ehllovaa ma
steps la any other satlaa wars ' -
A reporter far Tha
Informed Mra. VI ackay at
nis arisrnoon that
oeii.vad to hare
with their chlldrea
stances suggesting that ha feared a
eervlco of legal papers of aome Bert.
Mrs. Maokay rsollad: Tksm Sa mm
a word of truth In any etateSBSSJ M
i nave authorised asyhsag to aBJMS
any papers on Mr. Isrlsg la mm gagg
of aa action. I know niaaaa aa? mmm
matter further than thaa."
According to tha paUea who atsss
tlonad the detectives. Mr. Mackay task
ws oniraren from Spring Lake,
way nave been staying for
to Hoboken In a fast sutomoblla
othsr msohlnes full of detective
a private agency In front
Thay ware hurried to the ehlp aad
una wnion they occupied was eh
until salting time.
RUMORS OP DISAGREEMENT
Rumors of a disagreement hstween
Mr. Maokay and his wife, who was Miss
nainerine uuer. bave been hea d In the
financial district and along Firth ave
nue and whers the very rich congre
gate for eeventl months. On Feb. SJ a
deed was filed at Mlneols, the county
seat of Nassau County, putting the
greet Mackay aetata there Into a trust
It wss srranged thar Mrs. Mackay
should part with any Interest ah. had
la It. that Mr. Mackay should have ths
right to occupy It at his pleasure, that
Mra Mackay was to receive ths Income
It tha aetabllshmsnt were rented, aad
that John W Mackay. first, and hsj
sisters afterward were to Inherit tha .
propsrty In event of their faiher'a
At that time Mrs. Mackay, who wag
111 at the Plssa Hotel, where her hue
band also hsd apartments. U nited her
discussion to saying to Inquirers:
"I simply signed a paper giving ths
property to Mr. Maokay outright I
SM not ssIL nor wss any seltleassat
made. It wss s gift from ma to him,"
Immediately after ths BUng of tha
trust agreement Mr. Mackay toot tha
ghrss sldfaa ogorfBUwp M. Kg
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