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THXVXVOR.LD oF
eP© O )r \J lei O 4DS§
KING PEPPER'S SURPRISE
irrVS THE MERCI RY.
Taken Handicap at 20 to l—Afri
cander Beaten.
yjjnlre tr.av stop them, bat a flood eatmMt That
*art. was <■ «■-■••--•■ d*mon?rrat*d yesterday. » hen
t,t&neS --at fi- 1 ** 1 all th * Btanda literally forded a
fw-all but .-— wet river to reach th* Brighton
E<utf*h in-"!' 1 - I :" where the horses ar* fll!lnjt their
■"-.utl autumn escacnaent by th« sea. The *•-
l»nV"' rinTl nT the -■*'"' b " fnr * had flr?t •w"-«hed out
the narrow space between th* tracks and th* main
♦.'..trance, and afterward had filled it kn** d**p
•nth w«t«r. Th* patrnr.s were eampallai to wade
swim <T fly •- ' 8 ?tr ' aTT! - or Ma >' ■'■■ay. Not on*
stared -' T " 5 Th* tefleW wm trar.sform*d into n
4,^*5 of picturesque aada bat th* rain had actu
ally fallen In surh torrent" T hat. it had he*-.- the
trvk gjtam hard as a macadamized road. «o that
U. uhj an iag to ma harrows over it to iocs*n It
up The wir.d h*lp*d aMter in dryinif it out.
aa<! ty the tim* •-. Ml race «■». run the dust
«v "'•tng
T>.» players received aaaae r.iih*r s*v* r * shocks
for the bravery they id shown la r*ach*r.R th*
rwT ,» pu^., brt ther. were ill some nmteati well
, — - wmtrbln*. and mm keer.ly fo US ht finish**.
The nwt notable fae«r and the most expenaJv* was
rfealt th* form rlav-rs when Frank Pa*raHa bad
mannered Dttto pcld«.r« On, Pepr*r wo,, the Met
r-jry Handicap, the Thursday st^ke ofreri;:*. from
a group of .printer, every orvi of trhicb was h*ld
in ■unttr aateejr -••-*- and rh* fo.-.n«i,
btBMCn alike. Tt was «aid that rh* r*lr.incs
ewner Thoujtht as Uttle of Kinc P«Tt-r a« did Ihe
K^ifral public but at th* sjtii* tim* h- r-:t r.?
«... c? 'he best lightweight jccVey* on th* turf.
trA sen' him to the port as fit a? his astute trainer
couM ret him.
Th* Merc-j-y b a s!x-fi:r!c, r .p sprint, and of th<)
Ssorwa that were handicapped for it Mr. Vosburgh
pUred top weight ?^»«3y a— la. assfenms h*r 137
pounds. On fall l»st excellent race Mr. Madden*,
-W.t*-Fid*. with hi impost of 1^ potmda, »i«
Thought tn b* the mort ngrjritawr.^o4 *•-»"
"♦■>
Jnr The t»-o Hpr-ared "> hay " Tr " a .'^' P*sl! r
7enf*m r by the ' han.iicapr.-. an.l .-oupled in Th*
b*ttJnp 'they h*cain* eec-rd cl»ic« »t a half r«mt
better fhan'the favorite ... _ j .
Kir.* Pepper was In his uraal Vc:ster«us moori a'
th* harrier, but he broke w:rh his f*ld. ard frora
The start it was F*en 'bat La4jr Amelia, wttn all
wond-rTiI s[)#ed. --ovid not ontfoet him. I.yne
had aiso m"v*d up with -h* and th* three
f.T>par*nt:v h*d the others h*a«e r n«r -Both MlnenU
and Aceful were trai'.ir.K far b*h!r.d h half mil*
from th* finish. Thoe* who were e,p*ct ; nK to .«**
I^ady Amelia stop, as sh.- n»? do"^ h*for» -r.
•••jyt "about deciding ihat she was colnjr 'o T^l th*m
when Kir.? Pepper an-i Mineo'.A. lh« latter having
maie up a tremendous to! of srourd. settle,} the
aoccdon for them in a whirlwind rush. Th»> Kmj
was a head in front of the Blty. but h* had '''m*
dJfflcnlty in k*epinp It ther» until th* jud=*s .-o'lld
s*e it. Mr. Tbomu'a fll'y !as:ed icnr er. o '-.gh to
T2ke third piac-e. _ \
The itam* Af-ic^nder that « n n the «.uy Pr*Mmi-
T>«ry ■» brtlUartlv o r . T'l'sday. with r. to I 'jiioted
«ca':r:M hi? chances, was oprr*ss»d with th* burden
<••* *h* mor.ey that the -nutabl' many irtru«tefi ta
him vecjerday In a m:> and a quarter handicap.
*-d Pprinjr on* of the Gooffhacrea Stables thr**
'ear-cld Athelir.ps. b*at Mm a COOpI* of knrthft.
Fortunately, a number hearkened ta the r-;mc-r thai
the 6tar Bury ho-«e iroaM be ';r*<j'iat to tta*
rapk Of pivir.it his w.-;-£«-r adversary p.»-ind>=
•id »» a reeo« lie two w*r.r to the post *qual
<-hoic*«. Hilflebnir.'i rc^".* Bprtnc with m-n-h of 'h*
dash and er'rit which «»-*m ta hay*- d»s*r**.l him
of :ar». and k*pt him a!«-a-. s hi front. <»'N*il mnd*
his r'Ji on Af'i'-aiid'r at the ' hr**-*i«h'! rjK ;.olr..
rrar.a«*d to b»>a* <"arhur.c> ar.d lh* T>':k* of K*n
<al the ertly iirfcer «tarter>. < '. A. AinwicK Hnd Ma
'n*r.rts back*d J-m Beai f-om tMni*s to *'ct-ts.
■id saw him beat a lot of tra!d»nji Ilk* a s'sk*
horr*. .
FOU(JIBIKS.
FIRST hat- • < r.»: :-:«rj>!i«; •■ rsrtonc*.
Tte'tlrc
j-, r Her?* Owaer Wt Jockej. s>. PI.
Ll^cbterar rt*n!tlH U2.Sfc«w «- s ." .'.
2.!k» e.^Bwatm KCHiMefcratvl . . » -
n.<=»:, , r -j r«rp«- •!«•'. ...jft4.H. PMirp*..*.. an .1«
«.P:.«qu* rßar«er>:..- :H.'*oi»!r.an I"° J">
R.R 1. Totawtm fßh«t»».t.tfl2.^r*lr 1"" W
«.Vi^«i(a -Pfho-n.. ">O-t.Hi;r?i» .'■ *^
7. lndian ftar .Unr.Tri s . ra - .... «•> IS
S..lu-«r.««a 'V»gri, M.-X nn By.«.B v.«. 12
H.Kinir <"«!* isr^««Ve-»» I«S.nenf*r-. »' 1J
V M«• .. - - -,c- ■ W.H. Cnrtmii . . 1'» «
Jl.Au'i Hood .McG'r.ni*" - .. ST.NY,"" ~- 1"
12.<; rand T>u"'*" -N*' «.t M.Kern 2S «"
13 R^rlaJn tmtUi *4.R«tti»«» 4ft IS
!4.r > »l -anto «r«r>'-ii l««.py;"m»n ...... 9 *
IS Irish Jew ■•JorTTmnt X.W. Hemxwr ."'*> 12
ir?>er- ''. H. -- •- . X r. Ix«-h!fv»r hr 1?n-«h» Bf
tb* T>l»»'* — L'lar.a. S'art lair; won driv.re by » h»ad
Tim*, a, .
SEroNp rmrtr Tlii»» V«ir nlili »r.d over i^at ba>* run
and ro» « on pirr» .luly *.
1-T^rd Pad«» <o:t'»rt 112. TC Dart! IS 3J
3.Ke«r-T«rk (Bnrtno BtaMe)llS.<*i luinilm M> ■'• 2
3.T.'!mrle 'Thrnr^*i Ift7 . R~»f»rr. 12.'. 4.
4.Ri-»rt*iorr>e <R.lchard«) 107 J. lUrtln 40 !■>
*.<'lnclnr.at!i« <B!'iiei 11.* .Hildebrand ... 5-2 4 S
TVlrn*T--'W'. L. Olivers b. c I-crd Radr> by Bale* —
M«-k!re Rljc. Ptart it'>od: ea»!!j- ry « i»rcths
Tim». 1 47'-i.
TH!RD RA<?v— ~e::irc. 3 !"• <?M» and »t»t: « 'jrlorfs.
M«M«r.a .r»rak») W.Pr-'Hrc 3 1
2.Vst; Nets .Pchcr') 31ft. Pums « 2
- c, . B'nt»i ill .HlM»brar'i in *
4 More- Hell llfi.Tra>»r»! 7 5 2
S.«-a»ta!ian tColt. lift. TV. PaMt « 3
«.Th!r.!* He*rhe> i Pctt-ri. . I*.. »i-"r 15 «
T.M«;or r»;>-i-ri .Ma-i ilt.Rullrnan 3 2 7 l'»
» janutt* Mrrttm 'K**n«n> 103.H Oarhrsn ... 3" Ift
<Frath»r«-oti»t. If«.H rh(!llp« ... .Ift 1"
I^.Ttwht if-.^rvrani ... .6* "^r.n.: Vi 'JO
H.AII Rltfst .T>»-«eri iftS.fVRS'-h «W I"ft
'2 Vif»ry iMt«ori. U«.MIV* Iftft 4«
in.T*n««>T^r^t iSc»rtt> im.Kum s«i
3. A. I>rak» s hr. 1. lehlana, by Rt. H»'i»n -
-■»- %'**t. : »on ever bj I'-j •' c*n»
Tine, VI3H.
FOTSTB KACE-THE JirP.nT.T HANDICAP; -. !»ir
■Ml and rr--r: <> fjr'.f.fa.
I K:r* Ttw .Kar-»"i ■•;,—. V> %
?*MlnenU irtirrjc^., -.. ■<-. Ji ■'■*»--■ -A ...72 <S «
Z.Ljtty Am»;- l a'-.TV^ran...'s27 Red>m T. I
« I^-niiMf. ■•Srnairiersi T!H.L\-ne ■ i
• .«"«!l»--tnr Jeßfup .Mc<;!n"ii>l27.Rur^s 7 !V 2
". Divination 'It!! >r» , 07.«'nmmlns « •'. 2
< Schulamir* •P2n»Tiawei. .. SC.Kuri 2ft *
».W».t.!l«- tlliidc^ni UC.n-. r>«-.!« 3 « «
■-Rsnt Patk tCorbetti 12« ■■Vft 7 r.-2
'.'••Ar.-f.jl! .Dur-.-n lir>.«h»w 7 2 «-S
V|rn»-— Frank .1 Farr»ll> eh. «. X -c P»rr>er. br
Kartika — 'ienn-ere S»at *«-*>s: wjb drlvinr by a head.
• 'n». l:js. «r-n,. r vd !n t! * letrini:.
FIFTH RA'-E— !!ar,d!.-ar S-srar old* and- over. l'»
■Oca.
Ifrrtrar .Gcufhacr^. et>..'!fiT.Hild*hrar..-le t >..'!fiT.Hild*hrar..-I ...17 10 1-2
2. Africander «f/.im*!. ISt.trHfl 17 -10 I 2
-.<~«.'t>UTi.!e .Wilneri .112.ned'*rn 11-. 7 Ift
••rXiirs of K*nd«J ••AT'k>..i«ift.H. Pfdllip* « I-1
~iixißtT—n*tizh*>~r-f, Stab!** br , frrrina;. by A'h»-nr.c
;^JJ» Piar*. *ood; won rldd«-n '/ut by 2 l*r:«?h». Tlm».
fWTH »A(T-T««wtr-<)!ii: nor-«!rn»rs af »8"0. T.Kk
furlorgj..
1-Jun B» a ttJe 'A;bwicV> in2.«>lfam!n« • •>
. JEhif+.. r iK»ff| Jf>2.Hllde»>ra-1 ... 2 4-%
.P»t.tf m.Uat .. ; : i"
4 Amherji,^ .Imiy) liS-THim*. 4/ 12
-■fVlfcani f^itional Pt.> Ml.Kuns « 3 2
_ V•• ftw«ma t ftrwS\*t% li».<~. Kelly jn «
« »"- h!«™ <Ttrn->oi«i..lo2.«'rort!)»-aU* ;..'. 91 7
» p'.-wh-. Gray .Mad.>nt..lf*.H. Phillip* *> 3
s*"£rt <VcX*B*M!j}> UC.H. rochran.... - 3
iM »!t'h Haifi .R*s»n> ♦*..!. ... M 2fl
_l P.—, (llichi^fj Tra-e-« lft«l 30
— |»Arkl» <!Vt:«i> «W .(i^U'ira- 2 7 lft
*R*T>vln ■il-n!:attan Pt.».112.\V. r<avi* «n 2ft
Vtener— r .». A>r.*vl?k'« to. c. Z'.m neat*!', by Hand?e.l
The Beverafte of
The American Home
Th« Product of
I Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
St. Louis, U.S.A.
▼Uteri to the World's Greatest Fair should not fail to visit
I the World's Greatest Brewery.
>s * ■■■ Order* Promptly P»«ed by .„,.. .-S
<- 0. MEYER & CO., ACKBH, MEBKALL 4. CONDIT COMP AN *,
PAEK 4 TILFOBD, Distributors, New York City.
i .
— Sweet Tooth. «tart good- won easily by « >-«•-«
Time. 1:07^. 'Coupled In the betting. tPullei up.
BRIGHTON ENTRIES FOR TO-DAY.
PIR£T RA«T>-sel!!Tir: two-j-w-ftldl ;, v rorlongt
Jack m k -• ii... Niblick . . i«n
Escutcheon 107 Roderick Dhu - "
Vo r k«hir» i^ai ........ 107 <;o]<i >>oft -. 99
Wayward I.ass I'M Meadow hrrn ..... -^
Perry I<>4 p*ear de Mali* w
d'Tjfespor 102 Vra Filipo ... . »7
Workman |Qfi i n # « . .94
W|].l Irishman 101 High Ufe. ... . ••
BEfOND nACE^-Three-y*«r-oldi Mil- and a sixteenth.
TV-tan 11« TrUrthorp* I° 3
Rrooklrnlta 111 Canteen 1«»
F'exlnn 111 £ a| ||. 09
Jocund 111 Ben Crockett ... »*
.Tui)t» Deal « in.",
THIRD RACE— SeUInj: thr**-y»«r-oliJi ami orer. Fix
f'irioncf.
Bnverrtgn . . US rr a tr otta H
Foxy ■ ■-.• 113 Prince Salm Sa!m .. . . I"*
".".vinterpojde 110 ■ ascine 1"*»
Auditor 110 Mary i-.lenn 1«»
<ilr«il* lift ily<irnnK«a. 0*
■ laataltan ...ll<> l.ih*ria . ... . na
• ;»or(j« Keen* ||n Neptunui 9 s
A>-«eria! lift Palette OS
F<">l RTH RACE— Handicap; three \mr ol.Js and o\ ■•».
<>r* mite and a f'irlore.
Shortho«» 12« Little F,m IOS
H:ir«th"'irr;e l24;<iFtrlch Iftft
r>«k»h«r Ift*
FIFTH RACE Thr.. y»« r olos Kri •.- Mil* and «
■juartei
Pr-l-n M-i."". IM T m l.airson 103
L*ad»r Ift* ''.arnish 10ft
Stanewai I<>! rsoltnii . . . OS
Keynote . lftS . ikkl "7
4aaaa D luV Th» «oii»h»rn»r 97
■■•-■ rio«»»r 104iGltaten !>7
Eagle 104 Ei Tterney M
Mian : .10.1]
IFIXTH RACE— Maidens; two-year-old nitle* Five nnrt
a half fiir'nngs.
L»n e n»rs ift7 Sumatra tea
Linda iv- 107 Sunt.i ■ ,-< -« l'"> 7
T.u.-y Twnt ...107 J»nnle McCjlie 107
F«tr n»v.'v- 107 mm. :.,-
Mar:. M 107 M;V« „>:
H«!r «moK» 107
RESULTS AT HAWTHORNE.
I p» r t. 13 — First r**-> (fly* f-ir!or.gs»— '-t-n •
ENtott. 10.*. ("V*4dersfl*i<li 9to : won: P^shrrwi Vr'.l
los ■Troxlert. 7 to I. x-con-i Bwe4lrti l^rtv. 1<« iNlcol),
'" to 1 t-^ri Tim" 1 _"» I^r.c. frinr^sa Zulu.
H»r-:TTi c,-,-,, v, i.«-t, Maanacr*. .<■-• Alon*. V«- F..ln*.
Et»*l Ham m.>r» H»«-'- Vaaey. t.eon.i T^e anf< Margaret
M. also rar- V:ijra r"!'»1 up.
5e.-cn-l rs. . „„» mil-) Xrah. IW rMrßrtd*). 4ft to I,
won: sirirrj: M.i«t»r. 110 iHfflrr), 12 to I. secona: Twwn
*••-■-■■ IS to I. thiril Time. 1 ,4« Jt
E.ue. Cnackayotte. A!an-.0,if.. Uwarin. Ltfis I^io. B»U
rate. ArrnorT an.l 0.-:o ' .-a «>o ran
Third m.-« inn* m> mr! »eventy ai lot - Hal' a- BT
iNlcc!i. 2 to r.. n-.n: Tor* Royal. 112 (Henry). * ta 1. a*r
-"■' Keii^e i.:j«. :<7 iLewiat. Sto 1. thirrt. T^m». J:4SS
Sir Hach a!«o ran.
F-.ii"h ra.-« it!.» F>.twoo.| Handicap: «lx furlon*-.*—
T>,!;r^». 117 (Autmrhnn). Bto 1 won r!"-a: Kfn B lift
•L*r»»n. 7 to |. r*rood; n;c Ren. 120 iTri-^r.. 11 f. 2.
tfclrd Tim*. I.ir.'t M -<~.*-. K;r«7tiann Nannj* li^'t'
ar.'i Annrtia? a!-..-* ran.
Fl**n r»c» (o n » milel— VWvwllairn P-n- in 6 iNlcoli 7
,„ .-, r . Ch«rll» Mll!«r. IAX ,Harris. 11 to 2 geor.nd
Cyprienne. lir. lAnbnehnnt. 13 to 5, thin) TJm*. 1 «•»'
Ben Rarweod. run-ttl!o. C..M Partner and l«ertnel«n
11 ! S.i ran
.«l*'h r«-» «-::« mil* n^-i a ■it***nthi- At'anticn 107
<T-«r«.Tii. S to 2. won; I'ii-nrnnn. 103 iMeßlidei 7 'to 2
e-cor.4. S« —t Ton*. l'«i «Anhu. hoot. 10 til I ,, h trd.
Time 1./ i raramrijn;. <>««•». Yoji,. r^outavllle «n-1
!■•!':'•.! a'">-i ran
E>ev*Bth ra--» ttv an<3 on»-liair furlonrs) -L» 1.-ir-;,
11l .Tr-.x1.-r.. !> t.. 2. won- Bowline r< r! .< e< . ;.* iNlrol) ',
t« 2 s'-or.d; Aioor. ll'l .XV|:.o nl . 7 to JO thtM Tirr.e
1 o<i>-,. ■M £ ir I.tch'.r. Fior-ntm- M!.->-»-1 Ityrnri V>
v"':t jrj 1..->*nr»'rii-'s «!h> r»n
RESULTS AT ST. LOUIS.
i=r tf^im, Sr rt IS _ F-«rF -«r rs-^ i»lx furlong*— Duakr.
;or. <r>"k«on.. •« to 1, wtm; Ttn.iium. 100 <rv p..jcani
119 1, ■ *<c ml: 4lwa.ya F»"hf'ii. nn iHow*|ii ;n . o 1
third. T!t» IMS <Vm<ra. Ftylnjr O.arc^al nir-lror^
R»>T->r,«:i*. Tcti Ki:*y an.l r»!tv Mo S7 .c« also ran
=».-,;-.< r arP mre »n.J a ha!f furlong... p;p ;l rr>»-r' t »R .r>
A-!»':ri. !> to S iron; (ia'c-r.r-ic. i>B „-:^,]»., ).-, ,„' j ,„- ;
end: r>plnVm, M 'Pt.-k.on-. I" to 1. thir.l. ■ Ttm^. l':l<»',.
Mir» PoweiL .T-.-rr> imp Eaeobnat, T>!!tii \'i,-» Laka
r-orr. Ij> :> Iforrua*. I'inrr. My r:;«iir.>r ani ' ■ «4 n«
a.sn r»r.
Tltird 'a,-- .»>* an-1 a half ?-.:rlonr«> - .lake <^.r*»-.
h*rr. !••« iW Dunn. !» •-. i<> won rerenla |0T iDor»
ran.. .-.n {n !. recond: D'Arrj', l«l iHowetti tl to 2
thin! T— 124 . Rmodler. Mnm»»ll». 1.-.\ac> Str.-i"
a»r. Tramallae. T^^ii r-.r-i \i-« Gnnnoa *!("•> nn
Pour* r»«>e ."1 f'i-!->."ic«»— .1. \v. it \»tn. k«» ->l
fca4enwß). 17 ••> 10 wan: Kmtrh t>anc» tn.l lH<rw*in
v »-> * »o«iv Mafalla. ;.».-. m. 4.up<in> 7 to s third!
Tim*. Il<4'-j. *:s'".].j: n . bi.>; f a n 4 T.w!>-r aj*o r»n
F.fh <-,— .--.. f:-inrr». Tin.la ir« ■!■ .vj»t'n> !.T to
1« »«, r-ra». fw; ,m Anderson/, R r«» 1 Bernn<t : I-» 1
' M (McMalteni. 10 to I. thtr.i. Britt': M»v. 100
IS. Ptcksrm). >« •« 1 roanh. TTm*. Ift4«. Borak >i»!>
u»i(r;»ij v fiii'i-t. Pharmacy. K»t> c>ew« M!!:'»'> Qiri
»n4 *.M-» P'»t' aim r^n
Sl»-h r»c. ia*Ulnc; -.ne mil* »n1 en» rir!.ir«) J^ t .
ratttrin. 101 .n A-i»'iii ... r.!'-I*-vr.i ;p.i
JtK". r.^rii^. 12 t.> i. ,e<-Tni<!. i^Hfn IJe^t. in" .Un-I»e^.
. to 1. ihlrd. Tim*. I:»H RarW . nrkran. Murmur!
P«nrti«;mj. Mucfiia. P.av. D-rr^o. Dawwm an.l ."nnp,,,,,,
a I^o jt*»*.
w-i'TT'" 1 1*! * ix mrM * h *'' rurlon«si— Pouitjuol I'a
lOS -H Ar<?*-sr.T,i. 4•„ 1 W( , n; jj, m M»'J» r « 107 ,r>
Au-"-;.. •*- r.f.. j.» <;.». ni < - .v. nugani 7 to s thlH
Tin.. 1:23... Uun Hunter. Maverick nn.l Eaa also ran
LAWS TENNIS.
Allen to Meet Steven* for Xetc-
Jersey Title.
Harry V. All*n. th* 'orm*r Pennsylvania finis
''I*''- won r-^sterday Hie ripht tn , Ric-i
;ird Stevens, holder of the N'*w.J»nt*y pt^r, cham
pionship sinples trophy. Al!o n .iffeated FradeTi
c,. And*r«on In the fl na l round of ih* tournament on
th* cr,,, rt « Af th* St. O*orjr*« <*rlrk*f Club, H<ihr>k*n.
At:«l*r»on r,?s r:jnn*r up to Stephen C M ■«••• last
year The cf.iirts - -.• <n oT.-ellont .-on'iltlon fester .
day after th* -nin. ad a Rtrnnc Tiin<-1 blew, which
at un: lnterf*r*d with a.v-'.irat* play. Allen t^
In "trslght "-i*. The summary:
V» . . , c •> (.flnal ro«)uii ( Harry r. Allen <ir.'»a'e-l
f"-- lei <». Ai>nmn, c. 2. 4— 3, «-— 4
Allen and Stevens ni,| plnv th* .-. f - round
to-day.
FOOTBALL BEGINS ON YALE FIELD.
!*T TKUSOnAPH TO TI!F. TPlßtvjr. 1
N»w.Hhvi>ii, '"nnn., Sept. 15.--Ta!e*a football I air
--- _ for thia j'.ir wrt.* formally opened ihta af«r
noon when Captain Tlogsn -in*! half a .■■■"i men
»c- ihronifh light rriictice at th* Vnl* Held A*
many of th* m» n nre In town. Friday was selected
for the first practice! I'aptaiii Hi«an i-nulil not
keep out of hiM mole«kins another <1.t.-. howeve-r,
and with R.iff*rty. took a few candidate* to the
Held for .-! drill this afternoon. They fell on th*
ball, raujrht punts and »<»nt rough ..the-- lljflit
forms of Krl«lJron '-xor.-lres..
This* out •-..la w-er* Captain llogan, P.o k
well. quarter back: Owsley. halfbacb: < ■ (Plight.
curfT'l: liar-, end; Erwtn. tackle: Trtpp, tr'iar>l, ant
Etevensoa. halfback. The first run through signals
■Bill he held Monday, and it is possible that there
will be a line-up I:"" in the n-r-ek.
PROGRAMME OF SPORTS TO-DAY.
RACISO— At B-iithf-n R»ach. 2:."<> !■■ m.; Hawthorne and
Bt. Loul*.
HARNESS RA'MIV • Graml Circuit 11 R»»dv{;i*.
j^ A X"'N TKNVI? -New .Jersey State championship at Ho.
lvk«-n: nnniel tournament ef Amais«««ln Club, Ton
k«-rs.
BHOCmNG -X«w-Tork State Rifle Association mi« at
■•■ iHHJ V'l Race* at Povyrhkeepsle.
<;ni.r cc f en lonntameai at Hjwi <'ounty Country Club;
open tourr.arTscnt anKkwanuk.
RAKERAtX^-National U-aitue: Brooklyn at Sew Turk,
• 4■ P m ni»ton at Phi lade Cincinnati •• «-hi
rr.K' il«'rb'irit »t Ft. Louts. American !--a*u*:
•^Ar-Tork a» Oo»l«n, CTaahlUSton a' '"' •''I'tphla.
Detroit «t CSereland. Chtcaav at ft. I>iu!«.
BUDWEISER is served
in more American homes
than all other bottled beers
combined. Unequaledasa
table beverage.
100,402,500 Bottles of
BUDWEISER sold in 1903.
NEW-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 18. 1004.
BASEB.AU.
Highlander* Lose One Game and
First Place.
RESULTS OF GAMES YESTERDAY.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
N*ir-T«rk. 3; B-.Mon. 2. ' Brooklyn. 14; Philadelphia. T
Philadelphia. 3; Brooklyn. 2' isecond *;amei
(Brat Ram-i | Chicago. 2; Cincinnati. 1.
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Baste*, I N>»-York. 2! Philadelphia. 8; TVishinc
'llrst f»mf). i ton. 4 (first gams).
Boston 1; N**-Tork. 1- Philadelphia. 4: WaViing
iseoond (itnf I ton, 3 (»eron<i c=nie>
n»v»!an<*. 0; Petr-vr. 0
led).
GAMES TO-DAY.
NATIOVAT. LEAGCE.
Brooklrn at ftew-Tcrk. | Pittsbura: at St. Irfml*
Ennton at Ph'-ladetphtii. | '"lnrinnati at «"h!r»««
AMERICAN LEACH E
S*W Tark at Boston. I CTiicaito at St. I^»'!'.«
■Washirsrrnn «• Philadelphia. , Detroit at Cleveland.-
THE RECORDS.
NATIONAL I.EACIfE.
Clubs TVon.Ln»t. r.<-. i flub*. \Ten.Lost. rer c
N>w-Y.-rk . . !>fi ?4 .73»^Pt. Loui« ....... «l ■&*>
'"hlrano 77 82 IMT Brooklyn 4« 82 .SB9
r:f-hnr, 75 52 ..V»l ] Bnffn .«• *« .351
Cincinnati 73 M .'WH Philadelphia ..-"9 »* -29"
AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Oiib*. -■ — \jnH P.* I ■ lib« Fir I^jt P.<-.
Br«ton Sft SO .*ilsii~l«iv*latid . *W 57 »4»
N.w York ...7* 41» «14iPt. I^"ji» .... »4 73 .425
Chirai-v . . 7S .V, ,S73| r>etr->'- 53 7* .414
Philadelphia .71 •*•* S7H; Washington ...■! !>a -*°
Boston. Sept. j». -The Highlanders lost one game.
3 to 2. and were tied n th* necond. 1 to 1. here to
day, and Boston now takes Its turn on top in the
game of seesaw the two teams are having In the
percentage column.
THnnehill saved the flr!«t game, when he struck
out mroy in the final inning, with the bases full.
The visitor? scored once on two singles and a
double play. They added another in the third with
a single and a two-bagger. Boston tied the score
In th* ifth on a single, a ba«e on balls and "a two
bagger.
Boston scored Its Ural and only run of the second
gam* when Selbadl knocked out ■ three-bagg«r
and crossed the pl.it* on a jmcrifl>». X»w- York's
run rame in the sixth. <»anzel singled, and Con
-<•- three-bagger hrought him home. Th* scores:
FIRST HAMS.
BOSTON I NEW-TOltK.
■brlbpn* . «b rlbr«» •
-.■»■- if 4011110 Dougherty, if. 4 1 32^1
P»r»r.r •■ *'•>■: •-. « 0 K*»l»r. rf 4 0 2 0 0 ft
Fta'il cf ..4-ft'l ? ft'O 0 ElhrrfrM. M..4 ft 0 1 1 «
rnliirin 3b 2 0 ft 13 >> An4»rann, <-f. •• • 2 • 1
F"<-»rT-..ir. rf. 4 0 1 2 0 r>|WUliama 2l>. 4 ft 1 1 1 "
L*<Ti*n'-» lh^ ft nil 1 '>i-!«e!. lh 3 ft 1 0 1 0
Ferris 2* . 4 ft '• 3 4 O'CYmrr. 3t>... 4 ft ft 1 : 0
Crig*r • 4 12^ t " M Ouir» <-....3 ft 1 7 ft 0
Tunnel'!!. r '2114 (north, r . 2 10 13 0
W-Jrimth p • ft 1 0 2 ft
■ •»■. s« 1 H27 20 o -
Tot«!. .32 1 »M « 3
Bo»».,n . " a • a 2 ft ' a a—a
N>w-Tork I • I » o •.•••—!
<; s^ r ,H r . hit»^-pelbtch. La<^haar« Tw« b»»» hlt»--TVl'.l
lamf ?^lha**h Three b»»» hit* -IV :«' •-•■ Tanije]
Hit*' « pnrttmi«4 Off Orth. •* In «'» Inn -«• off <.rl(Tth.
2!n P. Innln«!i -■ -■■ ha** -rVr-i*li*rty Po«jbl« plav -■
F»r»r.t P"«rrt|i »nd ljOiinr». F,-»i b«»e nn b»l!»— OB)
T»nn»ht: 2: »ff Orth. 3; off Griffith. ! Ptrucll -■■.:' Hv
T»nn»ht'l 2: by <>rth 4: by 1. r«»iied ball-
M.-'-.ulr* pitch -Tanaehlll. Time. 2or r« — «
PKI-ONP r.KfiV.
BOSTON NEW-TORK.
»l> r Ibpn a • «b r la pn a •
... If.. .1 i » a ft nrv-ifV'M, r.» • 2 3 ft 1
Parent '•• ...4 ■■ ft 2 2 n k-« -• -* 2 ft • ■> ft 0
gtahl rf . 4 " i ft ft ft'KH*rf*!<J. •• 4 ft 0 •"• 1 "
iAii!r< r.t>. 40201 ft tixttnmi rf.%B (i ft 0 a •
Fryman -f. .4 ft 1 2 ft OlWUIUirt .■«• n 2 1 •>
I*.'!'»nri- !h4 ft 0 12 ft A <i»Tii«-l. '. ? 4 • 3 » ft ft
k»t'» > - ft .1 ci 1 I'Conror. Sb 4 • 1 1 1 •
f-,-^.tl r.'....n ft • « O " ! m .. .... r 4 '> ft 7 3 1
TVlnt»!\ p. ...2 ft ft ft a • 1 Prw»U p ... 3 0 0 0 Bft
Total* .31 1 «27 12 2: Total* .. »■« I "57 12 I
R/»«fon !<><>« i» o « ft — 1
N»w V.irli . ....... ...11 HUM 1 ft ft ft--l
Two- base hlt»— ««nz»l. B»!b«'h Thr»* •»• \.:»- »•!
h*-f iV.nrnv ««<-r!f^e hit— -.v -■»- !> # .o:»rs t»»»« Bl
hTf»'l<l "-o.!!!!* Don!.!* r'*'- -Pow.il. v . ■— «nd ••-
»#! Klr»t ha.v r.n ball»- •'" W\n\vt 1 Utrnrlj wrt- Pr
W.nl.r. - v Tow.!! 4 Time. 1 ai I'mpire— ■aartaaa
Attendaac*. I4.MS.
• r %-•»-■ 0; DKTROTT. n
Cleveland. R*p'. IP -Detroit got h*re ton lat> f*r
mo:» than on* rani* to-day. Neither team ■"•«.*
able to (w-rr* In the j»lx innings thst *•'• BlaT*4
,»,.. the gam* li;id to be called on account of
■i.-frknen. in the flfi inning Prill had t« ajutt for
d'spntfng a de^Uton by the umptr*. TTm prore:
• H r.
<!»-.»i»ri.i .-» n.n ,1 n <v.i> j n
p»t-o!» . ...o ft o « .1 <V-J» 2 «
.v,- •-►• «»'nhi:4 lO'l <">»td:»W. Mi' '- «nd TV.It. At
ter.l«n>-». 1.214.
PHILADELPHIA BKATS WABHINGTON TWIT*
Phlladelphfa, Sept. 13 . - Philadelphia took a roup'«
of games 'rom Washington her* to-da". oatbatttng
'!ie \!«itors In both '-.-iii;ests Th* .-..
Flr«i ««-r'- R H r.
Phi:a.>lptva ft <» 2 1 .? to ■ o x « 11 !
Waahlngtan '» .1 • i. ii <► «> 2 I—4 ]ft .1
H.irt»r'»» — r'»nk »n-! T*«w»-s: Hughes ,■ -. <!irk
Second »am* — • U H. T.
r*i!Tad«-\prla . ft .'/> «♦ -„.., 4 9 4
'» i.-lnf • '2 1 o <> .» »•*—•♦ j
•..„•»-.- -Wad>l'. Bender and J=crif»-k: a r»on am
SUPERBAS WIN AND LOSE.
Bat Out Victory Over Quakers. 14 to 7. After
Dropping Game. 5 to 2.
Brooklyn loal the ■rat gr.me. 5 to 2, 'o Philadel
phia at Washington Park yesterday, and won the
Ho<-cnd game, ■ slugging match of «even Innings.
flo«e<i hy. darkness. 14 tn 7.
Brooklyn went wrong hi the fourth inning of the
*ar!y gajn*. and a couple »f err* ra and three hits
gave, the QoaJiera three runs, the winning margin.
The Btjp« baa lout chances <>v •"** '*aMw»ll and
Unrhnm were both »a.«- In the »*<-r>nd gum*, bur
the me t.-am mad* the mo«? rune, scoring si« in
me third ami fly* In the 'lft h. Th* ■< n---«
FIRST GAME.
PmLADEWHIA. I BROOKI.TN.
nhrihr" • • ab r lbsa a •
'I>»tibb <•» .1 ft ft 4 o ft Dillon, it* ...I ft 21« l ft
(-.1-npon ib..J ii 0 2 •> " i>«l«r. rf..'.".ftil 1 ft 0 ft
M'>« rf ... .3 1 ft 1 1 0 LumWr. rf.. 4 •> l ion
Utah, Id ...4 ii 112 ii 0 Bherka.nl If, 4 <> J 4 ft 0
Tltoi 1f... 3 1 1 ii it i. BaM h I • 1 1 3 ft
Hil!«»!M .■ .3 i 2 .■» > " Batch. 3b 4 ii 10 4 i"
Don '••!- Sh.3 1111" Ber«»n c 4 ft 1 3 4 I
I"". In. .-... .31141 " Jortin, 2b 4 ft " 2 1 1
Hu'h'.ff, p.. 4 0 1 0 - If Mitchell, p * I 1 ft « 0
Totals .: at .'• 7 -7 1« 1, Totals •"!« 21227 10 2
Philadelphia ...••• 1 1 ••••—■
Brooklyn., ft it i ft i ft •> 0 n 2
Two baa* hi* -r>:I!on. i.umi»v Mitchell. WafrHtn hit.«
O>a»r,n. !>nr.ohn« ri'nlen haf *» - Mctiee. r>fin«hu»>.
Doolß. Kuthoff, nahh liouble play* aieaaan and l.u»h.
H'llsultr and Luvfa i.»" on : a»»i> -Philadelphia. •:
nr"r>klyn. R. FlrM t.iu» on ball*-- off M!t<-h*li. 7. off
• '^ Klrot h»h» in »rrr.r» Rl Hit bjr
pitched' bah— By Mitchell, 1 Siru.-W ml -By Mitchell.
1; hy .••:.fT. 2. P«»»»<1 hall -B»rg<-n. Time. 1:32. L'ra
pir#» — Moran and i'arp*nt#r.
SECOND GAMB.
BROOKLYN ! PHll^ P'l.Hll A
ah ' lb pa » < ab r th po a •
PiJlon. lb S 1 2 n 1 ft|Thoma*. rf 4 1 0 2 « 0
.;.„•.. cf.V.4 12 Ift <>l«'.>a»on. 2b. ..a ft 1 1 2 ft
I.umlev rf ..3 'i 0 I " n McQ«e. -• 4 <• ft 2 1 ft
Ph«-ckari. If .', 3 2 2 0 1 I uah. lb 2 117 3 4
Rnbh •• 4 2 2 0 * " Tltim. if .112 0 I ft
Hatch 1. 4^122 1 1 Hulswltt. ■» .3 1 0 1 4 ft
KUt.r. c 4 I 2 3 1 "iDonohue. 3b.. 4 2 3 ft •" 2
Jordan 2b... 2 2 13 3 ftlß/>«h. .• ... 4 0 14 3 1
l>urrjim p...l ft 0 0 l IjCtotwaU, p .112 110
Sranl.n. p. . 2 ft 1. 1 1 •>
Totals SO 7 »1R1« 7
Total* .. .32 14 I" 21 12 3|
rhil»d»-!pliia - »••«•»• 7
Brookbn . ..... « ft d <> ft 3 i — 14
T»o ha»r hlt«— Qlaaenn. Bhackmrd. Hits— Off Durham.
«In four lnnln»»; off Wanton 3ln thr«« Innlnit» fla-ri
flc« hit — Scanlon. Stolen I a»rs — Thoma*. t.'i»h. Batch
<2i Bitter '->. Jordan. Double play Iloth and Mulswltt
lyeft on l.aiwit— Philadelphia, 7. Hrnoklyn. 4. Flrat ha»«
on frills — Off Durham. 4: off Bcawlen. .1; off Colw*!l. 4.
First ra«f on error* — Phllailelplita. 2: Brooklyn. 4 Ftruck
out- By Sinn. 2; *•>• Colwell. 1. Time ISO fmplrM
— ■ arpftiier ar.<l Moran. Attendance. I.BM
CHICAGO,' 2; CINCINNATI. i.
Chicago. Sept- •■" --To-day's contest went twelve
Innings. BriK^'!" wax hit for a tfipl"* and » double
at the start. then fettled down and allowed only
three more scattered singles, besides striking out
nine men. A single, an out. a steal and Ivllng's
two-bagger brought in the winning run. The score:
rhtcasro „ ft ft 0 ft 0 0 0 l 0 ft 1-2 0 1
nnctnnatl ..| »©•••••••• ••- 1 0 4
3aitrrlr«— ntiKS» • r( l Kl-r>«. • Hahn anij PflTi. At
tfii lam - :"•■•<• - _
EASTERN LEAGUE.
i. Trraev CMS N»»'ark. ■; Jor»ey iity. 3 tftr»t (r«Tnei ;
Newark. 4 Jera«r < " lt >- » '•»*"« d e«m*»
' „ I'll r« Baltimore, .1: l'mvi-jencx, 2 iflrst r» m "'
H-'i,in-,--'e 7; Pro»Menr« 2 .feroad came).
%t Bunalo' BoOalO. 10: !v.r!«-«t.r. 3 (seven Inr.ings;
*»^ 'vt»»nt real -Montreal. 3: Toronto. 1 <flr«t can;#»;
Montreal »i Tr-r-nt . 2 («ec«mi ««to»i
STATE LEAGUE.
\t \iba-v -*!r«ny. 4: WaghaaHea <v
At svrifuff- Pyraen«#. 18: Illlon. • (first game*,
«i'_S ■ 'till n. 1 .«-ond nnr.->.
TT ,-io--*r.Ml> '""' :l ' !O: *- ' *'' • <«r« «*m";
ii * *, i« I'tlca. 2 'second r«n>.e>.
At T'O-,— Trov. 3: trwatea. 2 tflrst aaaaa): Tr-r •:
Scrmnton. 3 (•«*«« I 1"""
NEW.ENGLAND LEAGUE.
At Nashua -N«»!iu-*. I » r a'l River. X _ ,^;,;|
n\«EBAIX. P«>I» Otwaada. Te-day.— Tiro ram** *••-
llnnlßC : 9 m .- Brooklyn v». Ntw Tork. Adm- »»«•
OiV£: MORE FOR GIAXTS.
Wiltse Takes Another Victory —
Boston Beaten, 3 to 2.
Wiltse kept his record unbroken by pitching an
other winning same for the Giants at the Polo
Grounds yesterday. The score was 3 tot The
grounds were in excellent condition, in spite of the
heavy rain of the night before.
M'-<;ann began the scoring in the first, getting hi«
base on ball?, advancing to third on Mailaa'a sin
gle and corning home as the latter was put out try
ing to steal second. Tn the sixth, with three men
on bases. Bowerman hit to Moran. forcing out
Dahlen at the plate, but Dunn scored on Wlltse's
caught fly. Xeedhara made a home run for Bos
ton In the next, but the Giants made up for it by
another run on a bunt, a sacrifice and a single.
Boston added one more in the eighth, when Tenny
beat out »n infield hit and made the circuit An two
■Ingles. The score:
XEW-YORK. ! BOSTON.
_ „ »b rib i • ibrlt>r»> *
Br»« h»n. ef.2 0 12 0 otj m «- P f a • • 2 0 0
Brwn«. *?■ ••• 1 7 3 « n!l>l*h«nty. 2b. X 0 0 I 2 »>
M<-r.. lb..S 1 111 1 O Tenner, 1b...4 12 710
M-r»-«. 1f... 3 ft 2 1 ■ " Abbafchio. M.4 0 2 I 10
D«hl»n. *«.... 1 0 10 5 ft' Cooler. if.. 3 0 0 3 0 0
Gilbert «b""3 rt ' * l ° M oran - ■■••■•« » 14 I
BowenJian. •!•••«] l i ( »"Hara rf.....1 0 0 I 0 0
" 1!! >». r ...4 » 0 2 .1 o|M"Xichnl p...i 0 0 a 3 '•
_ A , !*WHI!s 1 0 o r. n fl
T.-it*!« ....2S .1 «27 14 a —
Totals *.-> 2 724 14 1
•Batted fir McNichnl in ninth.
K«w-Tork . 1 • i » » i i i x-S
u«»ron n (v n n .i n i l nn — 2
Ttrst ban a on errors— Boston. 1 I afl nn ha*»» —
S^m' To^ U - I: Boston, »• rir.it s.se n n b»ll»— Off
JT 2*»ii "? MeNlehol. i. Ftrurk «ut— By WiltMt, •;
By McMthil, 3. Horn* run-N»»<lh»ni Tw<»-b«aa nil
—Dunn. .b»tI(I«. b »tI(I« hit— MeOaaa S»t.>ie n bases— m
«.ann. - tv " lbI » Play— Mor»n »nd Delehanty. Hit by
pltrhT— By MeSlehal. • WiM plt^h— MeSirhnl.
r««iM.^ haila — Bowerman. Nee«lh»m T-mp»re»— Btnulle
•nd O D«y. Time. 1 H. Attendance. S.JTI
NEW-YORK POLICEMEN BEAT QUAKERS.
[BT TELEGRAPH TO THE TRIBt'NC. !
Philadelphia. Sept. 15.— New-Tork's polle* h«*«
hall team defeated the blueroats of Philadelphia
this afternoon 7 to 4 In the fourth gam* of th*
series of Intercity contests. The game was well
contested, and was attended by more than thr»*
thousand spectators. Among these were Deputy
Commissioner I.lnds'ey ar.d Mrs. and M!sj» M-'Adoo,
who ram* over from New-York to attend th* jam.
The visitors were entertained at luncheon at the
Belleville by Mayor Weaver. Director of Public
Safety Smyth and Director of Supplies Shoy*r.
After luncheon th» party took an automobil* trip
through **aJrae>Uft Park and later attended the
gnme. b*ing very enthusiastic throughout. N*w-
York took kindly to McDonald's curves, and kept
th* good work up on Blackburn, who relieved him.
The scor*:
R. H B
N»w VorU .ft 0 2 1 0 ft ft ft 2—7 IS I
Philadelphia .. .1 o 3ft ft 0 ft ii ft — 4 0 4
Ba»»*rl»»— Rattan and . Ma<l!«mn; MeDeaaM, Blackburn
*nd Par* -
TROPHY FOR MA RISES.
Win Match for Prize Offered by
Seventy-first Regiment.
• -eedmoor. Tv>r.e Island. Sepr. 13 (Special*.— Th*
pet I* ton for th* Tlai Regiment trophy In the
rap'd flre and skirmish run waa eM her* to-day,
with four t*ams *nf*r*d. Th* tr*at}f*r waa • lear,
but a stlfT <> o'clock wtnl hl-w ail day. The match
*»• won by th« second team from th* I'nited
Stat*» marine corpn. with a score of l.l!< to l.lOu
' for the Hsl R*gimenf. which wns second. Th*
pr*t* was a trophy pr*s*nt-d by the hoard of »f.
fleers of fh* ->, R**itn*nr. N. ,; N. T. for ar.n-^1
, cempetition. and W> In cash; second pria* $£> .-a.=h.
The conditions tried for rapid fir* at 380 v.trd?
fly* shots in l went x seconds, two •...-— to ."-ount'
and two skirmish run* (mm *■*• yards tr. >. vanls
on the ti;h« jctte tarawta
To-morrow rhe Thur»ton and Old* Guard mat-h*» I
will b» .hot. Th* re- •« of the :i , R*gl-nent
TT?a?rn :
I wtTVjB STATES MARINE TOItPS
RaO'ii flr* Rapid flr«. Skirmish
:■»» Tflll i*« | /i« »-. -„
a-<»-i-«-- Ist. 2A. | M -j Ist -. tal ;
■•ret, I»n>4al* . . . . i* ;i "» \- *-, r^ ]-;
-• f Pa?..- . . IV II j ( « h 'n U, '■>»
--'«• M»ib». :«• II !• II |; ss \%n
1 «rp B'irWhar- . . l\ 1* !T |j 4-5 *-, , : ;
'"'P Bchrtr»r 17 :« 14 !« «: ■« m
Pf " 'T* :i :« i< 1-. »1 as 111
-« • 5 « •
■ irr RE'WMKNT. N Q N V
Rapid «-• TtapM Ara -.•„•-■" »-i
t*« y4» R.i.> yds flr. -, I
Rank anrl nam»- Ist. I«i. «• -<1 lat 'ii t»l ,
I.l*'jt II V Caae; :« ■■ •< 7 -:' -is
, I.l*u» A ■ WM • . *J i» 11 J3 || j. {„,
i S»r«v A a i-orb-tr SI 11 1: n s; «■> i«»
rap*r ap* B a-« ... •* :u ]< in I) 4>l ,, 4
• apt a v: r«r»ti 13 :<» v 21 S4 M 1<!<«
H»rr <i H Doyle 1« ;? jt ,> t< rtJ .„.
120 1!"> l"^ ?•» IS] S3S HOS r
TT»t RrOTMrNT N <; N. T
R»J»!«1 Bra Rapi-I flre Sklrm'sh
IN ••• *«•> yrts. *-. T«-
Rank an«l aam< Int. ii Ist ">(\ \%i -<r\ \*> ■
<~«rp W h Plnmti II 1"< IT ii ss >■ ■■>:
•>rp H L fuy4a.n I i 14 1^ :! ;i 4; »*■:
I. ''to n- -v -a ■>«- :» 1* II ;.t ii «;. ]j-.
. Prir. w. <> Rt;nonit II i» !« :i s< «:> i:»
; Prr-. h V I.*r . 1< 1". 34 4i 40 (1
' Prlv. d C. M«r«r.. 11 11 14 11 .^: si [
»4 ll>« jnn un jiy. j rt4 j rtJ 7 j
I TOO STATES MARtNfJ CORpu,
Hapi-l ftr» naptd *r». sktrmiah
!•« la ■• ■ .!• e r » T# .
tap»i «n<l -«"t-> '«• -rt. •»• ;ii tal 24 tal
• -••• r a-- 17 :i, I* 14 i« »3 n«
•.!••;• B!»hoj» 17 II se r; I* -.i ]-><
Ser»-r. Major H«r»» : » 31 -♦— 21 .■»•> :i \;U
S--«- HA*tH JJ 1» ~ •■ 31 St I*l
|!«r«l m*< 14 II S3 * ■%% ♦: • \\-
Prlv. M«-i.-T Ii li « 25 ■ : 57 jjj
I*4 I*l IT 1 ■ >1 T&T ?9 i R4'2
Th* huh scores in <'r*cdmonr contlniious match*^
follow:
S^ort ran«e. Mid »ar««. I T.on* r«f»«*
2ftft ymrAt «ftft •■ »-«» 1 MM v.rri.
Hu«*»on 101 Cook Ift3 raw«r 102
'■i^i, . Kit Unison !•>: Wells ii>t
flnr-h 8R I.ou«h!tr> 9« TVtvl* J(u»
\V«l!« ai '.« . . »7 1 Hudson h
rhuratae Oft' Short 07 T»wm jm
X- »- . •» M*y*r . '"I .T»r!kln» ... tM
Short »3 Doj ■ . MlWlndei .. . in
ALBERTO A SURPRISE
Outtrots Sonata on Grand Circuit at
Rcadvillc.
Readvilie. Mass.. Sept. 15.— <*onsi-lering the im
mense downpour of nun in the m- rnlng, the Read
ville track was In very good condition for the
races of th* aflainaati Sonata ■■ <■ n strong f.i
•. orite for the unfinished mi trotting from Tues
day. but the New-Tori gelding Alberto proved a
surprise by taking both to-day's heats and th*
race.
i;--»ii-e Kond. th* favorite, won th* three-year
old trotting race handily, only losing th« second
heat by a break at the distance dig when It looked
as though she was going easily in the lead. In
the 3:l* pa 'lng the judge* had considerable diffi
culty In separating the leadin; horses at the wire
In two of the heats. Barnetta 8.. who took first
honors, was the second choice. Euxenlte delighted
th- form players by taking nrst mon*y in the 2:18
trotting The 212 trotting race was left unfinished
on. account .of the darkness. The results:
TROTTING- 2:14 n >nr n Rsa at.ata> three IX
riVB (COMPLETED; THREE HEATS RACED
TCKSDAY).
Alberto c*. «. by P»:Unl iPifkeraoni 2 2 111
Sonata, h. m. tKlnne>» 1 1 3 4 :i
Thorn Boy. «. g. iPennn.-ki 6 4 2 2::
Blackthorn*, blk. g. •»'• R>deri 3 ,'. 4 I *
PnyJer M.-Ore«, r. 0. h. iTlmoth«i . . 4 I :» dr
. Time- lit 3:12-». 2:135. 2i"'». Jl.l\
T^rvTTTNO -3:l* «*UAS?— PI'Tt?E $!.•«> thrkf in
FIVK.
Eu»en:;e >. m.. by Eip*<lltton (Thortia.-) 1 1 1
Whltten Wilkes. h m il"m»r»n 3 2 ]
Master, b. < ißiggßi.... -• 3 3
T<m Ph4ir br. ■. tH«mphreyvtl>) ... :t 4 .'.
I»sh, h. k. i<ston»hrei«l«T> 4 »> *
Uiv ntir. *> m <r»*hbun> « >» 4
Sanita t>. m. iYapp> . * a m
&fad»Hn* P.. b m iKlnne>> l<» 7 »
Plr»ctwell. hlk. m. (D* Ryder> 7 » it
McDouical. <h h. lt-i-«-U» • M 7
Zambia b. m. iTlten !!«
Time- 2:ITV t:MH. 2:1*4.
IJaDtriira — THRFF I'l.l'S — PtTtSE fl.tM —
TWO IN nOUES
Orac* Borii. b. f.. by Tho Bondsman MJatcomb*.. 14 1
mncitn Athrl. b. f. ID* Xv >r> 2 1 3
Tota-a. b. t. iTtter. * 2 2
Ormond. blk. h. (Hu<i»on« 3 3 .1:
TI.-n*~2:ISV.. 2:JR'«. 2:17 X »
FA'-INit- CI.Af«S»— prRS»B »l,Crtft— THREE IN
FIVK.
Barr.etta B. br. h., by Alcantara ißlncst ■ 3 111
Vice Regal, b a I Taiaeii 14 7 i
I. T. Wajihbum. b. h. in«'l«' 2 2 3' 2
Billy, b. c. ißathbum... s t« 1 1 3 3
Robert* »>wn. blk. g. «Ackerl ft ■'> ft ra
Ginger, b. g. t.Nucknlsi 4 .1 H ro.
Henn' V. b f 'V«ppi 11 * 4 r .,
P*Uixy, h h <Tit»r> . « 7 •> ro.
IJttle D»ck. h •- .<•» Veil. 7 Ift • ro.
Karen H.. jr.. blk. h. ißolandj « '.» 11l i o
Mac*, b. « lODonnelli . 9 » 11 ro
Time. 2 I*l,. 2:1*4. 2:13',. 3 1">
TROTTIN*^— 2:I3 CLASS— n*Mi Jl.Oftft— mo IN
THREE irNr"INI?HEPV
P*i-h#n Mali. btk. m. iS»ar'» 4 1
Altm L.. blk. m. i|Mcaeraaa»... 14
In\a<l*r. b. a; tt>*mar»st> 2 2
El Mllu.ro. h * <!j«»ell» . «i -|
Ij»dy Oal! Hamtlton. b m. tßadsom 3 5
Th« I»n»raJ. ». g iNuckols«> 4 ri
TUn«, 2;l3'i. 2:14' % .
RAINBOW BREAKS BOOM.
Cornelius Vanderbilt in Trouble —
Yacht Race Abandoned.
'"lasting schooners, with, two and three reefs in
their sails, were *ta«ertn« aaM| with Im scuppers
awash, or. their way to The eastward in La - Isl
and Sound yesterday, when the starttnj; signal for
th- aweewstafeaa race of th* :<v- -.-,„» yachts was
Riven at 2:ia p. nv by the New-York y,.. Ctab'l
regatta committ-e from R. V C. Smith'? st-am
yacht the Privateer, anchored off Motfs Point
'j!":i Cove.
Rear Ommorfor* CbrneHua Vand-rbilf 'a Rainbow,
steered by her owner, ami rarryinE a whole main
•ail and jib. and William K. V.-inderbilt. jr.'s Vir
ginia, under a two-reefed nateaail and jib, "came
for th- starting Mm under »at headway almost
close hauled on the port tack. The Rainbow, at the
l-e end of the lino, crossed it at ; ,« 50- the Vir-«n»*
at 2.11:41. " •"»••■»
The wind was northwest, tlowins half a Rale, an*
th« first I-; of the cours* wai to he ten miles to th-
BWthtast The Virgin -*t her for* staysail a* ,h*
el-arM the line, and was iv.st shaping' h*r roun»
for the first l*e. wh*n an . vri| hard puff hit the
Rainbow, causing the main sheet to slip off th*
undoutaedlv hJ 7
GOLF.
T»W /) fl // Tourney Start* at Essex
County Score for Watson.
Mor* than sixtj- starters in th* Invitation coif
tournament, which be an yesterday at the Ewe*
' mint, r ountrr , Tuh of orane*. kiv. th* affair
almost the aspect of a nation.*! championship Th*
Ist included many of ?hos* who played at Baltusrol
last "■*"•'*• ww,, of the hest known h*in^ Haroid
" ll'-ox. the metropolitan champion: Murray Oly
phanr. th* X*w-Jersey champion: -Archie" Reid "of
St. Andrews; Max B*hr. of Morris County and
Xt "" Wilder, of Morris county.
Ex. ept for a hish wind th* condition* w*r» Meal
The ... storm ?**,n*d to hay* improve th
co.,r?e rath»r than i:ijur*d it. and lirrl* if any »ur
'a. . wnt*r was .«»<.„ # xr «.j, t | n Tn< » hunkers. Nin*-
M ■■">"•■■ ont^o, had hen ri received, on* of the largest
Msfs of th* season, but a numb*r of play*™ w*r*
d*t*rr*d from starting rv r**«on of th* storm.
Th* .ours* is considerably shorter than that at
Baltusrol. measuring only about SJOO yards, but th*
Koins is not easy owing to ample traps and bankers
■*-■■' amateur r*rord is TO> h»ld by
F. C. Reynolds, and fh» bo-i,. 75 Th* distan.-*s of
th* holes in yards are:
"'->• .. '-"2 H* no 2*ft ;a~. its S3S.-2.3ia
m ko i-w 410 .t:.t i*> ssa 2*> no SJIESas
Play .- to foptin-i* thronjh th* r*st of th* wek.
Tuterda; it w;i<« rnnftn»d to a qualifying round a*
Hshteen holes, !n which two slxteena becaini" <»!i
«tbl* for an affrrtmn round at 'match play. C. F.
VVataon, of th* horn» r!ub. mad* the be?t score of T*>
In the qualifying round, while second place w»nt to
IT, .J. <;«•*. of Princeton. Watson, however, Waa
b*nt.-»a :at*r hy Olrphant, who had gained hi.- pl.ire
in the firrir *\x'*°n onlj aft»r a tie. Harold Wllcoi,
the metropolitan cbamptonC and "Archie" Reid
created *om« .«'irpri.«* by failins; to mak* th* first
s-»t. but borh pr"v»d vry •»tronc in t!i* subaeqtwnt
match play am.->Ti< ?h<> s*<-o n d sixteen.
Noteworthy ln^id^nt." of th* aff*-rnoon mat.-;if«
w«r* th* fwrry-two hoi* .-<>r.T*sr between Slnrlalr
and O'Connor. In which ih* I.irt-^r was b*:it-n. and
th* tw<jp.ty-s*vv;i !-r>i» nutch h*rw**n George Arm
s'ronff and M*t.'alf. in which Anitstrone cam* crT
victor. <»iyphanr won from C. F. Watson by Sup
and Z to play, tl.e cards t^ing;
Otvpha-' S » -1 •"• 4 4 ♦ 4 fi-.IT
T\ »»w>n 4 » ;i a 1 4 . . * — :«7
<•l^p(•a^f H 4 .% ." .T S 3 .< 4 -.?•»— TT
n'auon ."• « •» + r, s 4 4 4— 3»— th
Wi!d*r »J« b^Mt^n hy R*d:l«»M. 2 up and 1 to play,
nhll* K. A. Kr-»*man -nnn frntn 'Jarretson. An
other surprise was th* defeat of B^hr by <;** by a
score of 1 up. Ih* summary:
FIR3T 3IXTTEX.
C T TTaUBB F.£t~\ I'ounf :
"w 4 .1 3 rt .1 « 3 « + .r»
In ... 1 4 « 4 4— ST— 7«l
Ou». in. T«t»".
11. J G*», Prin.:*-in 3T> ,TT» T«
•'. W. CK Connor, K.««»x County _*t ~h t*
W. M. >!n-!alr. .*vit:i f>ra!iic»" 41 t«i A]
H !. R»!-1eij. Em*i County ...
A <\ Travin B>i«lt*r Ularid 44 W »-j
7 A Fr»*!)ian. Montrlalr 41 il »c
Rao* WHiiT. t . Uorrla County 42 40 -.
X K. 1.-ilihrWc*. Soattl «>r»nic* 44 »•> ■> +
• ' F lawyer, VMlsnd 4^ 4! » i
W. E. Mar'-ii.«. fr . Mcnrr!»!r *- IJ *4
V. F. Sanfnnl. K.«.iex Coamr..» 4* 4 1 ' M
1.. B. •larr'ts.-.n. Hctrrls • "ounty 44 41 •>.".
Mil R»- Mirrts County t.; 42 ST.
a T M'.-n. !>>li»r M«*rto-w 4.1 43 «*
Murray '">l:.phan». «:■.. Kn«i»».»«1 43 4.1 s.;
SECOND SIXTEEN.
Th«ma.» H .■••■• Crescent A. C 44 45 „?
C. B Brown. Montctair ...... 4,% 41 M
JamM A Tyn*. Haitu»r"l 44 43 R
ll;t»h M!!!»r. K-*»x County *."> 42 !»T
I'aul Wil>-ox. M-intc!a;r la a m
(i M '111!. E»»"X Count} 44 *.~ ST
M. R. M-'.-»lf. Es«»< County 4* IS »T
r>"na'.l McKeflar, Midland 45 42 >T
T T ReM. Uontdatr 4.% c st
\ - Rimw. M*rha.i«*T . i:: 44 «T
C. A. T'lir-jiinc. Na«"aii . 4.1 44 H
«; E. Armstrong. Pos Kills ! V 44 >>»
Hamld Wtleex, >!~nt.-l»1r ■»■; 4<> >"♦
A. W, R'i'l. St. MKIPiWa 44 MM
• V F. Van Vl».-k. Jr. M^nt-lalr 41 +7 .««
MM Goodwin. CV9C9VI 17 41 >.*
Those who fail«d to oi.alify were:
n. \f. i*»nd!er. naltusenj, -.>. ■-; IT. LethbrMi*. South
i~i r i ; ... T. [might, S»a!»»-t«ht. :*>; M A W ils-T!
N»w Brun-<ut.-k. 0": ■' •". nak»r. Ar-fi.ile. lx>. K. R
milaon, N*w-Br«n»wJcfc 01. FT. M. •■a.rnrtcit. Es?»x
County, '.»!: J. w. How.n. Es.«^\ Coonty. i»i- s. p-.
.Tnr»?. Amtiemr. !>"J: W. S. Raylls. Kn«l«wnr.i. »■;-, M N.
rtottcm". Baltuarol, M; >'. F. Watson, ir . Battttnol fin-
VT C. Freeman. Veatctair, O.T; V nitltamaon. N»w-
Br«in.iwl-k. !>". P. C. Reynolds. Kwx Coanty. s«: K. S
Stnctatr, r<a!tu.«r"l. 9»: J. J 1 U'.wulwar.l. .\r^.lai» fH R
\. V\"aT«r"nun. EllzaN»t>. :>4. P. R. R^nn»r. Fairf«:.l.
f«4. •'. C. Van V!«-lc. «r.. M.inti !alr. 1»T; .1 C. Taylor.
. - ■■..■. »T: .1 t". Sro U r. St. AugUMliw. f»T
T. C Ernever. Ral' i-r"i. r»«. F. Thifrntt. Falnisml. !«>:
.1 C, Wood. Arnnarris. 103; P. E. Hel!er. K?>ex Comity.
I■ -4 C. It Mrfrfin. K*f* County. liW. X- F. St-rn. Eton
Ctmntr. '"*"•: Henry Kryn. CtMfwl xrhletic club IT"*;
J. T. Rtc-hiir.l*. Ma!tu.«r<':. 112.
First «txt»»n Iflrst ri'imii. mati-h plax » --tW(!»M heat
TV!!.l»r. 2 up an<i I t.» play; Slnctj'r neat O'lV.nnnr, I
np i 22 h«Ie«»; Hunt Alfra, Z tip an.! 1 to pay;
K. A. Freeman heat CtftHOTt 2 up anil 1 tn play;
Raaford b«»i Sawyer, 4 up atv! ,"! to play; n»* beat
r"hr. 1 iii> : Olypbanl beat ITataos, .1 ut> ar..i ! t> p:a; :
A. '". Travis h«>t«t I.ethlv ''Is*. - ur an.l 1 to play.
Seron! «t»te^n trtrst ronn.l. inarch play> —I . R Rrnun
bent McKellar. •'■ ur »"•* * « rt Phwr; A. BeH beat Ihnen
rten. 3 up ant 1 to play. Armstr^nij Nfat Btftralf. 1 up
■27 h. •!»•>> T. T. RpM b«-at «;.-sxiwin. Un ami 2 t.i p!a\ ;
H. Wlleoa beat GIIL » up an.! T ti> pl:iy; Barnes b-at
Miller. 2 up anfl I to piny; T.ing b»jt P. Wili-o*. 4 ip
«nil 3 to play; Van Vei-ht«>n beat Dunning, .1 Tip and 3
M play.
PRODUCE EXCHANGE HANDICAP.
Golfers of the N*w-\v>rk Produce Exchange held
their eighth semi-annual handicap yesterday at the
Knollwood Country <"lub. F. "' Wi'son. of Eng!*
wood. •CCOrdtaß to th* pre- -.ient as i Id as the tour
i'iim«»iir itself, won the jrross score cvi with this
card:
, m 5 3 5 s 5 4 .1 n 4—43
to .. a«4«««»«j 3B— Tft
The prize in the "blind" handicap ami won by
H. W Otodwta. wtth a net "core of S5 and an allow
ance of 20. Five wpp 1 tied for second prize, an.l
«*tt!*d it by .i draw. H. Barb*r winning- Th»
play*rs had dinner after th* tournament at th»
Knotlwood rlub, and tn* prizes wer* present"!
to the winner^. The results in order follow;
CLASS A. Omw ITcap NVr.
M. C Pnively '•" 1- 7.»
P. S. Arm.«tr(>n(f *7 .*» S2
tt. V. Kiris(..itrt.-k 07 ■ >2
K. W. BJMTf '•" X IO
Walter Moore !■ ■:: is »,*»
U T>anlel!i 31 5 yt;
F. M Witaom II ,4 -7
TValter Fcvans ■r, .- , ST
C. R. Ha!-'.-' •! r> *<*
O Perrin l rt 7 is *o
H rarber I' l * ■ o<>
AY M. M- - ->r! M X !>1
FM.Ma.-kav. " 4 9 t
Tt F. Murray W ft ji™
a Cath*»irt l«w IK at
CT.ASS n.
T. ft. .-r- ■ * 121 Kti «]
,I.»rr-« BM-b«r 12« m m;
C V.'. Ten Croei-k 142 i-.i a|
M W «J!a.lw!n '""• 2l» --"
S. F. Enurs '» :l ■"•' <•»
"AUTOS" AT POUGHKEEPSIE TO-DAY.
Automobile rnclnsr of *»«a»tlwuaJ interest U
promised for the mretlnsr at Pnughkeersi* to-day,
where the flve races on the card are all well tilled.
The racers are E. R. Thomas. a <1 . WVbh. John
Jacob A*»or. Joseph Tracy. A. S. T.ee. -Tod' Sloan.
E. C Bald. Kenneth Skinner and others. whf> will
meet in the free-for-all and the handicap races.
The track will b* sprinkled before the r->---« besrtn
with i prernrat'on murh us«d for sirrt'.ir parpoaes
in Europe.
GOOD TROTTING FOR TO-MORROW.
A. E. Perren comes from Syracuse with Edge,
wood to trot a»a:nst Anna Uu!« and Princeaa
Ptque in the championship class at ■---.-•
matinee at the Empire City tracli. Monte CarVt
will be driven by Brayton ive-. to beat 2:03. hi»
own best mark In a race this season, which has
Riven him the >ad in the strussl* for th» Tiai
Pionshlp record cup. Free Advice. Kir* Torn Dot*
R:ley and Enoch will have an Inning In the fast
parjns: cln?». Nine other races are carded, fly* «a?
them dash'-s.
THIRTY RILLED THIS YEAR
That y umber of Deaths from Ele
vator Crashes, Says Coroner.
Coroner Jack-son yesterday, in" opening the inquest
into the d*ath of William Becker, a tailor, who.
with an unidentified man. was killed by the fall of
a freight elevator at No». 353 1 p.. 1 257 Mercer-«r. en
Aospst t.%. said that sine* January 1 thirty persons
had b*»n killed and a larse number injured by
faulty elevators, and that it was time that some
thin? wa« don«- to bring about a decrease in the**
accidents.
Supertatondfnt Hopper of th* Department »tf
3ui!dins3 proposes to establish, as told exclusively
'n Th* Trtbun*. a bur»au for inspeotins: elevator*
and llc*n3'.nsj tlieir operator?. A me*tin? of own
*r^ of private. an<! public buildings, it was an
nounced on Wednesday, will soon bf cailed to dis
cuss th* subject of greater safety in eVvator ser
'■"ic*. Th* own*rs ar* screatly alarmed at th* lars^
number of recent ae<*tdentii.
In r: - acri.>nt in which Backer lost hi? lif* nin-
te»n persons w»>r«» in the car. Two were killed.
and Sixteen injured. Yesterday several of the lat
ter testitted. ail or tft*m tailors. They -.>:■ thry
w*r» compelled to rid* in tt"» freistht elevators,
instead o( th* pass^r.sr*r e]*vators. hy order of th<»
building superintendent. Fancis E. Ward th«
funer of th* building, refused to t*srify. as did th»
elevator conductor. Leonard S< hmidt. i.« they ar»
und«r V.ail on ;t charg* of homicide. The jury re
turned a verdict crnaurins; th* manaK*rr.ent of th»
building. •
» I — - —
ELEVATOR CRASH; HO OHX E\TBX
Car Falls from Fifth Story to Cellar—Six
teen Persons in It.
A freight *levat'»r in th* tw*lv* srory huitdinx
, Nod. :B4: B4 and 50>? Broadway and Nos. ICS atii! 130
»'rosby-st. fell from the M atory to the cellar
yesterday morning, and though th*r* were sixteen
persons !n if. half of them women, no on* w 13 hurt.
AH those on th* elevator except the el*fator man.
.Incob Marks, were employes el RUter Brothers, on
th* eighth floor, .in'! w.»r» on their way to worlt.
Th* car was crowded. One of the counter weight*,
weighing about on* thousand pounds, broke loose/
and fell down th* slide in which it runs to the ba3«?
m*nt. striking th* bottom with a crash. The oth^r
counter weight h*!d. but the load on th* el?varor
w^is t.->o great, and ;t; t descended slow!;.- at ftr«t. bv.t
rapidly gained In «peod. until ii also hit the :>ottoni
with a crash, reooundinc again almost to th* first
floor. - - :■
Th* occupants w*r* thrown in a heap, greatly
frtghtraeO. The elevator w:is shatt*ref| In i;»
frnniework. but not s^rtously damaged. No one s°t
mnp- than light scratches
/. Y\< III \<; ISDICTMESTS.
Mayor and Sheriff of Huntrdllc
Charged ztith Dereliction of Duty.
Huntsville, Ala.. Sept. I.";.— The srand jury, whicli
has br»n investigating the Horaef Maples lynch
ing of a few days ago. to-day returned indict
ments agatesi Mayor T. YC. ?mith. of this c}ty. an.l
SiierifT A. O. Uwlgors. as well as ten m*m'rers of
th- m<_>b. Th* Mayor and sheriff ar* cJtarged with
dereliction of duty in not .-.uppressing the mob.
Ti* announcement of the indictm-nts created th»
wildest e\citcm*nt here, and fOTThec trouble ia
feared. After tlie ,-eport ut the jury was read.
Juror Charles F. Laa«. addressed I .- court. «ay
-
"If the gran.! jury, in their wisdom and discre
tion. =c* «r f» impeach the Iltch Sieriff of M.idi
son Totintv. and ffts honor Xh" XfaffOl of the eir>«
of H'lntsvill* for failure to dischaxze their duty
tn exeeottog the law. w? de»tn| to J.. it '^o-.
Xh*ref.,r* w» ask your honorw for ;<. full antt mm
n'^r* tnntrnrtlon in all formalities an.l sD*oirlca
ttona so thaw*' w* may avoul errors. irresulariti*3
or tev'h'.ucrtlities."' .
This eTeat°d a sensation, and for^'ast-a
th* terra verdict, which was ma.ie miww «-verat
hoora latrr It is feared the trmxcS* will com*
when an attempt is mad© to serv* Lie warrants
and lode* tb-> prisoners in Jail.
In f.i r open threats hay* h**n rna'le tnat II
certain persona are arr*sted their frierids will
take thra mi of the jail. Nobody had be*n ar
r^te-i v? to l;ni> - m. The. mililia. It is said, wul
be> stationed around th* iail imm*dfatelv upon
th*ir arrival, and this seems to indicate that ar
r^Mts will rot b* mad. 1 until that tim*.
r.irniirtshsrn. A!.-i.. S-pr. 12.-fV>mpanr X started
from h*W at 12:C0 p. m. for Kunsfwill*. Oth*r»
•oc;il mtlttiamen hay*> been ordered to "hold th.-'m
?»U-es hi readhirsa for service, them The miht!^
go by orders of th* Gov*rr.or. Tb.er* •» much »Tt
citement it Uuntsville ot-er the artton of th*> grand.
, v ta (..jictir,? a number .if prominent citizens
Jn^ornectlotn with th* lynching of Magtem I<»re<i
It his b€*n learned that the Governor ordered
th* troops to Uunisvine for the AwM- purpose o.
th* arr*st of persmr.3 tndkrtad for Ow
iv-.c-iVc .md to prevent the r^-.!» of the accused
m*n" -\'ter th*v ?hM have been arrested. A report.
f^ora liurtsville say» that ramarcd thneats to nm
,V.e from Jail an? frwns who may "be arresrte,i
ea so fir is ta say th* rescue* will be m*« exen.
Ti tIM ;">r. has to -•>* torn dowr..
FOB NEGROES' MORAL DEVELOPMEHT.
Ansroita Ga., f - '■'• "- A =^""= il ' *'P««''^ *»
• -fhe ••hronicle' 1 from AtlUnta says that the. South
e-T Eaptfcst convention will spend $!".0P« thl> year
for the moral .level. .pment. of the nesro race. This
ow)ston was reached by a commission appointed at
th« Nashville m**t!rs of the convention. • ' / *.
TO REDUCE FORCE 15 PHILIPPINES.
Three Regiments to Come Home Conditions
Warrant Their Withdrawal
Washington. Sept. IT*.— With a view to a re
duction in th* expense of maintaining a large*
military establishment in the Philippine!*. Lieu
tenant G*n*rnl Ohnffee. chief of •tafT. recently
sent an inquiry to Major General Wade, enm
mandtns the Philippine Division, asking if con
ditions in the island would not justify th- re
duction «>f the present military force there from
four regiments of cavalry nine of infartry
to three r#sto*ntsi of cavalry and seven of in
fantry. , . '*_-!!_
f.eneral Chaff ee has received a reply from
t;ei>en»l Wade, expressing th* opinion that.th*
tioposed reduction of military strensth Is rot
nnlv practicable, but advisable. Therefore. It i»
n ore than probable that arrangements wl'l soon
be made to brins; home the troops in excess of
rhe number regarded by Generals Chaffee and
Uncle as essenti-' to the sttuation.
WOMAN'S LEG FLOATING IH EIYXS,
A woman's leg. from the knee down to the. foot "
and well preserved, was found in th» East River
at the Astoria ferryhouse. t-onar Island City,
yesterday '•-moon. It had apparently been cut
off by a. skilled hand, and waa wrapped In chews*.
cinth bandages such as are used in hospital*. The**
fact* an» taken by the police to indicate that th»
leg was removed by a physician and thrown tnt» ■
the rixer.
CITY RECORD DEFICIT. $94.2330.
\t th* meeting of the Board of City Record raa>»
terday the Sttperrtsor submitteti a report that th*
expenses for running: "The City Record" for thia
year to date have been $112,574 ST. The supervisor ,
estimates that before the year Is out th«r» will b*
a deficit of 1.M.22S *.*». Controller Grout «ald th»
.lettott should be taken up by the Board of Estimate
•it Its next meeting. He thought a snectfled sun*
should be appropriated for the publication for th»
year- ■
TRACK RECORD FOR BILLINGS.
Ftttsburs. Sept. 13.— C. K. G. Ellllnsts drove Sajalfta>
a mile in Si'iS 1 * at the intercity matinee races,
t-reaking the track record by one-quarter of a sec
ond and defeating E. E. Smathers behind Queen
Wilkes. The race was the 2:10 trotting*, and Equity
finished flrst in two straight heats. Mr. BtlUnajat
again defeated Mr. Smathers in the 2:13 trotttnir.
when ita Imog*ne finished flrst and Jolly Bachelor
second
Mr Smathers too* two races, beating Murrar
How* wtth taaaa in the- 2:14 pacing, and Prmcej
L'irect with John M. in the free for all vacinr.
WRESTLING AT LUNA PARK.
It took John Pienins. rh* Butcher Ear.** Mi
minute* to dotcn Henri" Miller In the arenas at
Luna Park List evening. The bout started at *M*
o'clock. Twenty minutes later Piening triad to
throw Olsen. the bt« Swedish champion, and nattha*
was able to gain a fall n the fifteen ajMaJaj .al
lowed. They will meet again (■)-&. g^s.
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