VOL. I-NO. 9
PHILADELPHIA, -WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1914.
PRICE ONE CENT
GERMAN REAR BY
GAINS ALONG OISE
Turning Movement Against General von
Kluk's Forces Gains Momentum, Ac
cording to French War Office State
ment St. Quentin Occupied.
Invaders Declare Enemies' Centre Is
Weakening and Report Repulse of
Foe on Lorraine Border Kaiser's
Battle Line Firm, Says Berlin.
has now succeeded In advancing moro
than ten miles.
The Germans are again attacking In
force from the northeast of Verdun, but
the French, by a series of brilliant
counter attacks, finally repulsed them.
The report says:
The left wing of the allied army
Is making steady progress agulnst
the Germans commanded by Gen
eral von Kluk. Our left, by de
termined, and at times, hand to
hand fighting, ha3 succeeded In
gaining ten miles along tho right
bank of tho River Olse. Tho move
ment at this point (an enveloping
one) Is progressing as planned by
The situation Is unchanged on the
left bank of the Olse and at the
north of the Alsne. In this angle,
which Is formed by tho Rivers
Alsne and lse, tho Gerrnans hold
their most formidable position on
The Germans made a violent at
tack on tho French position from
the northeast of Verdun, but this
was checked and finally repulsed In
a series of brilliant counter attacks
by the French armies centred there.
No change of moment Is notice
able from any other point along the
line of battle.
The Germans hold the south of
the Woevre district from Riche-
court through Seichieprey to Lerou-
In Lorraine and the Vosges the
Germans have evacuated Nomlny
The enemy continues Inactive In
the Domevre region.
Fighting of the most desperate char
acter Ih In progress In the district
around Amiens, 70 miles north of Paris,
lth the Allies claiming success along
the 15. mile line from St. Quentin to
Violent hostilities still continue at
many points along the great battle llns
from tho Olse to tho Meuse, but re
Ports agree that the most furious fight
ing Is now taking place along the left
flank of the allied armies, where the
British and French are putting forth
superhuman exertions to swing back
the German line, thus compelling the
retirement of the entire German host
from the strong positions It has occu
Pied since the battles of the Alsne be
gan u days ago.
Unofficial advices which have
reached this c'.ty since then show that
the battle fronts have been pushed
further and further toward the north
west from Noyon.
The nucleus of the Allies' attacklns
'rce along the German right is sup
Posed to be General D'Amade'a French
"my, which pushed northward from
Paris to form the upper blade of the
"scissors" Jn which the Allies are try
ing to crush the Germans. On account
of the flooded condition of streams and
long ,tretch of marshlands on the
" cn naa to take a. round-
PARIS, Sept. 23. Q
Sharp advances by tho Allies around
tho German right wing have endan
gered tho rear of the Kalser'a forces.
The flank of Goncral von Kluk has
been turned partly, according to offi
cial announcement. The Allies have
gained ten miles along tho right bank
of the Olse.
St. Quentin has boon occupied In the
course of tho advance.
The official resume of tho situation,
made public at Bordeaux at 3 o'clock
and wired to General GallienI, stated
that by violent fighting the French left,
on the right bank of the River OIso,
course- and push far to the north
fore they could tako up a position
from which they could deliver a blow
W the Germans.
Heavy siege guns, which had been
Advance of ten miles by tho Alllc3
along tho River Olse wad officially
announced by tho French War Of
fice. General von Kluk has been
partly flanked, tho statement adds.
Tho English have occupied St.
Quentin and the Allies' left again Is
threatening tho rear of the German
battlo lino In Franco. It Is admitted
that the Germans have captured
three towns along tho Lorraine fron
tier. Russians continue to bombard Frzo
mysl but tho investment of this
heavily fortified position Is not per
mitted to delay tho main Russian
movement on Cracow, tho Austrian
base of supplies. The storming of
Jaroslaw was accomplished at small
Russian loss, but the casualties wero
heavy among the garrison. The Rus
sians havo rebridged the San and aro
passing troops across to rolnforco tho
' army advancing against Cracow.
In Poland German operations proceed
briskly, and tho Russians aro de
moralized by tho rapid advance of
Von Hlndenburg's army which de
feated them in Bast Prussia with
great loss. Tho Berlin War Office re
ports a steady advance in the War
Belgian troops are engaging in numor
ous skirmishes in vicinity of Mech
lin, Termonde and Ghent, to harass
German reinforcements which are ad
vancing westward into France.
French official statements without
qualification announce the success of
the Allies' turning movement against
tho German right wing. This will
force a general withdrawal, It Is be
lloved, as reinforcements rushed to
Von Kluk's aid through Belgium will
not bo able to niter the situation. For
the first time authentic announce
ment Is made ns to the identity of
the generals In command of the
armies of the Allies.
Berlin official statement Insists the
entire German lino Is holding firm
with no Important change in the
relative positions of the opposing
armies. The forces operating from
Metz have driven tho French far
within their own frontier. It also
Is added that tho Germans havo
driven the French from the outlying
trenches ot Rhelms.
London has unofficial reports that Brit
ish advance guard already is in the
suburbs of St. Quentin, as a result
of a series of charges yesterday. Nino
miles of trenches filled with German
dead wero taken after n terrific artil
lery duel. These trenches are of
great strategic Importance, as they
command roads to Peronno, Gonzea
court, Cambrai nnd Belllcourt. The
main body of German troops are be
lieved to have left St. Quentin.
Japanese lose 3000 men when Germans
explode two mines under troops ad
vancing to attack Klao-Chuu.
Vienna officially denies the reported oc
cupation of Sarajevo, and claims tri
umph for Its forces operating against
the Man! Serb army,
Petrograd War Office reports that
many Austrlans are deserting in large
numbers and that tho army of Gen
erat Dank! Is almost completely sur
rounded. It does not expect that
i'rzemysi vcan De taken by assault,
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THRILLING FINISH IN FIRST HEAT OF THE NARBERTH SWEEPSTAKE RACE TODAY I
High Born Lady, br. f., sire The Northern Man (2:06J4), driven by her owner, E. C. Quinn, Is pictured here winning the fir9t heat for 3-year-old trotters at the matinee held over a mile course) !
at Belmont Park. As it later developed, High Born Lady proved her sterling worth by winning the next two heats and the race.
MAX R. MARSTON
Baltusrol Golfer Finally De
feats R. M. Lewis, of
Ridgefield, After Stirring
Match Ouimet Back in
BASEBALL RESULTS AT A GLANCE
Chicago o 0 0 2 0 1 0 1 0
Phi"'es. o 0202410 x -
Batteries Alexander and Killcfer; Lavender and Archer.
Umpires Rigler and Hart.
R. H. E.
4 8 2
9 12 0
GREENWICH. Conn., Sept. 23.-Closo
matches were the lule In the semi-final
lound of tho Greenwich Country Club's
Imitation golf tournament today. Max
H. Marston, of Baltusrol, won from
ReRlnnld M. Lewis, of nidgefleld, on the
homo green, while Hamilton K. Kerr, of
the local club, was forced to go to tho
same extent before he emerged a win
ner over W. P. Secloy, of Wceburn, tho
Gardiner W. White, of Flushing, play
ing In the beaten eight, which division
also contained Francis Ouimet, the na
tional , amateur champion, had to go. to
the 90th hole before beating W. W. Hoff
man, of the National links.
Ouimet. however, playing good golf,
easily won from R. H. White, of Oak
land, by the comfortable margin of 6 to i.
The gallery was divided between Ouimet
and Marston and was not disappointed,
foi the last named was also out In 37.
Marston took an early lead, and al
though Lewis played plucklly to reduce
It, he did not succeed.
Marston. out... 434R4J43 ft 37
I.el. out I135&44R4 3-311
Miiraton. In 3 t 4 5 R 4 4 4 43774
Lew's. In 3 B 3 0 5 3 4 4 4-37-70
Ouimet lanaerl on the aevr-nth ntwi i.nth
holei. In tho former making a poor econ1
ana In the latter gittlns trapped. He finished
Pt 434S4454 4-37
In 4 4 3 4 5
Tho summary folloua:
Fir-it sixteen, semifinal rounl-Mnxwell R.
Uoiiton. Uultusrol. belt UcMnilil M Lenin,
K (IpetleM, I iim; Hamilton K Kerr, Greon
ulch. beat V i'arker Seeley, Weeburn I ui.
I.e-ten elcht. first sixteen. emlflniirround
l,.irrllner V hlte. Flushing, beat W V.
Hoifmun. National Links. 1 up, l! holes, I'rnn.
els Ouimet, Woodland, beat It. H. While.
Oakland. U up and 4 to pliy.
Second Klxteen, semifinal round R F.
Mind, Ardsle. Lett Henry Krjn. Apaiu.
nils, 1 up. Jli holes; J H Ulllenple. Weeburn.
beat C a. Cnmstock. Jr., Sleepy Hollow. 3
up and 1 to play.
Ilenten rlKhl, second sixteen, semifinal round
-Oilier I'errln, National Links, beat linlneH
ilnathmey. Apanamls. I up in holes. e'ley
J!-.,,M'i .Jr-. Apanamle. heat V. C. Lcngley.
Notional Links, l up, in holes ".
..,rh!r'1 Jlxteen, remltlnal round-Reelnald
Hncke tuxedo, beat Udivard 11 Filler
Jierion i up, II) holed, A . Trails. i:njie.
. 11 fi 1 i. r ,.. .' ".. --
0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 10
Batteries Perritt and Wingo; Tesreau and Meyers,
Umpires Klem and Emslie.
St. Louis 1
New York Q
St. Louis 2
New York Q
3 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0
Batteries Sallee and Snyder; Marquard and McLean.
Umpires Klem and Emslie.
Cincinnati 0 1
Boston o 0
0 0 0 0
0 2 0 0
Batteries Ames and Clark; James and Gowdy.
Umpires Quigley and Eason.
0 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0 0
TRIO OF CIRCUIT
Batteries Lear and Gonzales; Davis and Gowdy.
Umpires Quigley and Eason.
0 0 0 0 0
12 0 2 0
Batteries Cooper and Schang; Pfeffer and McCarty.
Umpires Byron and O'Connor.
hocki, beat if. (illllam,
Pittsburgh 0 0000100 1
Brooklyn 2 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 X
Batteries Conzelman and Clemens; Rucker and Miller.
Umpires Byron and O'Connor.
New York 0 10
St. Louis 0 0 0
Batteries McHale and Nunamaker; Weilman and Agnew.
Umpires Sheridan and Evans.
Cravath and Becker Help
Phillies to Win Out, 9-4;
Magee, Fielding Star, Also
Aids With Stick.
Lavender, p 2
Harirravo, c 1
fUnccrman, p 1
Makes Runaway of Nar
berth Sweepstake Event at
Matinee Races of Belmont
Driving Association a t
Totals 31 4 8 24 10
AB. R. H.
Lobert, 3b 5
Byrne, 2b 4
M;iKe, sti 4
Cravath, rf. 3
Becker, If., cf 4
Luderus, lb 4
Hilly, If. o
Paskert, cf 4
Klllefer, c 3
Alexander, p 3
Hargrave relieved .
IKinsely batted for
Chicago 0 0 0
Phillies 0 0 2
27 11 0
R. H. E.
ARMY-NAVY GAME PLANS
AWAIT FINAL DECISION
Kepresentatlve Lofrue Confident It
Will be Played in Philadelphia.
trnon ouit fcTirr coiintsroPhT 1
WASHINGTON, V. C. Sept. 23.-Flep.
resentatlve J. Washington Loguo. of
Philadelphia, was Informed at tho Saw
Department today that Secretaries
Daniels, and Garrison havo not as ct
settled the controversy between Annapolis
and West Point as to where the Army
and Navy football game Is to be played
Prom his talk with Secretary Daniels.
Mi. Logtie nas conilnced, however, that
the annual contest will be held In Philadelphia.
0 0 0 77
0 0 0 00
14 7 7 0 28
0 0 0 00
CoacludM ca Vt9 1
but claims that tho capture of Jaros.
law, controlling the railways west,
obviates necessity of capturing
I'rzeinysl as an obstacle in tho prog,
ress to Cracow. Jaroslaw was taken
by direct assault, according to late
dispatches from the War Office.
British losses in North Sea disaster
when three cruisers, the Abouklr,
Hogue and Cressy, were sunk by
German submarines are now placed
at 1651. Several hundred survivors
have been landed at Harwich, Kng.
lund, while others picked up by fish
ing boats have been taken to the
Hook, pi olland.
VIRGINIA JOINS DRY STATES
BY MAJORITY OF 40,000
State Will Lose 700,000 In Revenue
After November, 1010
RICHMOND. Va , Sept. 23.-State.wlde
prohibition won In VliBlnla esteiday by
a majority in excriss of 10.000 otes
carring all but four cities and sixteen
The four cities opposing prohibition
wero Richmond. Norfolk. Alexandria and
Tho total vote ran to frum l530 to
Tho election results m .
!U IhVCVe.0f J!.1,0'0 tha" W.0OO annually
,i ,efata- f hf Sute "comes dry on
and after November 1, 1916.
i,R Vlctol' of PrlWtln In Virginia
Mil have a most ,,,., effect upon
the antJ-lluiior campaigns now going o
in Ohio. Oregon, Washington and Cah
forma," il the lUv Henrj M Chalfon
editor of the Anuilcon issue, and at
ofllclat of the Antl.Saloon League of thu
city, today "Anti-saloon workers are in.
deed very mui-h elated at the victory and
at the prospect of still greater v'ctorie"
In the four States, whre prohibition
campaigns aro now In progress. con.
tmued Doctor Chalfa
Empire City Results
First race, 6 furlonga, felling, 2-jcar-oMj -MiiiUn.l
(Jlil, pi;, I'ttrof. li lo 1, : 10 1, I tu
3, won. ilei-togrdph, 11-'. McTajKnrt, 4 to .1.
I to 'J, out, ttioml, .Manelous, 111, Uran.l, 15
to I. 3 to 1, 2 to 1. third. Time. J Ol S-5.
LtiU, Klla Jennings and Saxln also ran.
second race for .1-5 tar-olds and up, selling,
5 furlongs Klla llrjuon, lis, rais, even, om.
won; l.lly orme, IIS, Tk. 14 to fl. even, l
to .', lecanil; Ml Hrush. US. MeTuKiMrt. 7
to 1. 2 to 1, T to 10, third. Time. l.oiL'.r.
Culvert, otto Oloto. WhUper Ilelle, illm I'rlni
lt al.o ran.
Third race, for 3-ear-old an1 up, kelllntr.
mlie Heethown, U. McTagsart. U to 1. " to
1, i to .1, M,n: Ta ra, luj, iiinn T to it),
out eeiond, tars and atrirey. UiJ, ('hapielle,
-' to I. ,1 to A, nut. third Time. 1 lo 1-5. Vup
taln fc?wanfon anil Short Order aUo ran.
1'ourth rate, tor all asts. belling, 5'j fur
longu Waltef Welles, 117. UjvU, 2 to 5, out,
won: Allamahi, 11", l'oundere. R to 1, S to 1,
out, second. Herinls, Jr., 117, Murraj, .' to 1,
eton, out, third. Time, 1 07. Conopola also
Fifth race, for 3.i ear-olds and upward, se'l-
InK. s furlongb-l'hcw, 1U7. Hammer 3 to 1,
' to 1. bkU. won. Aviator. 112, Mi-Tat-'mrt,
4 to I, even, 1 to '.', second, t'havcr. l7,
0 Nell 4 to i. .1 to 2, 2 to .1 Hut. I Time.
1 m 4-3 fcong of Vallev. rainless. L'ept
Jacobs, Herman ImjIc and Dunchalg also ran
Woodbine Entrtes for Tomorrow
Flrit raie, for .l-vrnr-ulds, sellliig tUoi add
ed 0 furloni DU 1,3 IM, 107, .iiipreme. IP.',
'(Jra7elle, lim. Minda 102. 'fapt. Hen. 112.
fiadorus. int. 'The tlovcrnor. W. Oorit.in,
ln.1. Fort Monroe Iihi. AJai, l(ll, alngle. PH.
Kenjo Jim, til 'Mendel, 1. Also eligible, Ho
qulrani. 1U.1 Did Jordan, 01. Aprisa, U1. ilelle
Ttrre. U2. Hirka. 101
eeiond race, for 2-ear-olds, foaled In Can
ada. 1700 added "': furlongs I.adv Currun.
113, Hampton Dame. 113. splutter. 113. Pep
per Sauce. II. I. Jled Post, lul. llarn Kaxett
II, 10.1 liarllo. 101, Tartarean, lul, (a) Torn
bilk. HO. la) i harou. 101.
) Ueairdlii riltl
Third raie hunters' Hit handkap, for .1-ear-olds
and up '. l',v miles- ai Hilton.
110. la) Queen ham 13.S. (b) I-iumlon. lit.
tbl Irish Uuke, l.Vi. Hlberr. 130, High I'tuls.
US HUek lllver. 147. Wllfmue, 11.
la) liavica entrp ib iouple.1.
Fourth rave, ste plech-se handicap, for 3-ytar-olda
and up. y)0 added, about 2 miles -(a
Cusvvlne. 112. (a) Chupadeio, 1 HI. liartei.
141 bhauugu lllver. 113.
(a) Cos I entrv
K'.f,u Hi'- 2-ear-old. 15ft), 6 furlongs -Utelus,
113, lai Anunt. H12, Venetla, Ion
Coinmensm, lull, Uedland. us, lilmiti. 102
ittenan, ii.i; Anuromeua, io.', ahruve Cl
Vd Vdl 1 dKir, 4i..
Sixth race, all sges foala.1
added 0 lurlongs-'Ondremda,
Froiume 100. I'urltan Ijs,
ford. lt: Uodondo. 107. nuty
Thomas Hare, ion Stwln, 10.
Apprentice allowania claimed
threatening, tracl sIotv-.
Tomorrow's Havre tie Grace Entries
First race. S-iTir-olds. tilllcs and geldings,
felling. 3 furlong-'hanteue, HH, Ilncore,
ion. Volant. lo7. 'Fair Helen. Km. Corstcan,
103. Mirgeon. lo3, Mlaveisack, ICQ; Kaster
llov, 103. IHrKct. lot.
Second race l- ear-olds and up, steeple
ihase. veiling abctit 2 miles S-losset. JO'J,
I roj. 112, Jljstlc Light, III nrlco 117, J
O Tnalt no, Mn. 13o I'rtKllvlty. lilt
Third rave, .I-s ear-olds and up se'llng,
purse. .'.00, t: furlong -i:.trl Light. 1C(I. Hun.
wav. Ins. Jlatit. In', iunklng 1'3 Ileait
Heat. H'8, Avlatres 10U, Ort . In3 Hia
tia. 1)1. l!l Mali. II. !.:, King Ho lo!. (red
Levy. 101. u I Hiister, Hit. Vshctn tu.
Aware. H'., Hen Quince, lu3, t'am lllrtch.
Kiurlh ra.e. all ages 0 furlongs selllnt;
Working laid. 112 Mrlker 107 MilrKrie A .
ion l.o.hk'l. li), Frank Hudson, lo:.. Hones
Hee. 101, Manameh 10.1. Hard of Hope. 103.
Fifth race 1 ear olds and up, selling J
mile and 7U ard -'Napier, loti, Hlngbox,
10s, Haitery. Ifs -Mv Fellivv HO. Over Thi
Sands lo. -nobert Oliver, 104. Heau Fere, tin
lxtli race 2-ear-olds. maidens, conditions
3j turl'ings Knroule, inn. White Metal, lul.
I nele Hrjn, lod. Xorus. 106, Captain Parr
lit'., sentiment. 10.1, I'eg. lifl
" pprentie ullovvumo lalnud
Weather clear, truck fast.
2 0 10 10-4
0 2 4 10 9
Twn-hn hlr M,. trnm. ...-. n ,
r.-.u .. " . v' "y,IIB mils oc'ner,
vii? rt - 5ruc,k out Uy I-avender. .'). by
i;iiill. V. ' "sernian. i. cacrince nits
Klllefer. l1l-(e. First bate on balls-'By Ales
andor. 2. by Lavender, 3 Ptolpn bases Ma
'"'" H!'1, M"1 I'itche Lavendir. 2. Hogor-SftendanTSSS-
L'"'P"-"''ler and Hart.
rHILADULPHIA HAI.I. PARK. 5ept. 21.
Tno home-run drives by Cravath and
onr by Decker with men on bases on
efch occasion gave the Phillies a. lend In
today's game which tho Pubs wie unnblo
to ovnrcanv. The final scoro was 9 to 4.
Thlr was Ale.ander's 2'3tli Wctory of the
seayon. Lavender was knocked out of the
bo. retiring after the sixth in favor of
Hagoman. Tho game was featured by
.Magee's brilliant Holding and the fierce
hitting of Cravath, UecKer, Magee, Good
I.ench out, Mngeo to l.udenis. Byrne
throw Good out. .Saler lifted a lly to
Paskert. No runs, no hits, no .nors
t.ootf took Lobert's fly Plsher tossed
score Doaril onls netted him oim hns
.Magee stolo t-erond Cravath walked.
Becker rolled out to Saier. No runs, on.
hit, no errors.
Zimmerman walked Schulte hit a long
fly to Ueeker. Hues hit Into a double
play, Mageo to Byrne to Luderus. No
runs, no hits.
I.uderus was safe on Zimmerman's
...in. .li-. r.iani-H oral out a Slow nno
Highborn Lady, driven by E. C. Quinn.
experienced but little difficulty In win
ning the Narberth Sweepstake ovent at
tho matinee races this afternoon on tha
Belmont Driving Park at Narberth.
Quinn drove his entry to a straight heat
victoiy and never at any time was tha
result In doubt.
The best tlmo of tho afternoon was
made In the championship Donbro sweep
stake when .Mary Warren flashed across
the wire In the second and deciding heat
The second series of full driving racea
held at tho Belmont Driving Park, Nar
berth, this afternoon, was featured by
some Hno performances by horses running
aga nst time. This was particularly mio'
of the running of Lachaco, driven by
Huttenlock. who was rated to be good
for approximately 2:2ot for the mile.
Lachaco upset all calculations by golnff
the distance in 2:l.ii.. Princess Cochaco.
diiven by William Entwlsle. was
another entry whoso ilm i.. -
ceeded expectations, for she covered tho
nine in uui iwo seconds
hea""11 S"fe'1s,ak"- ht three out of flv
Highborn Lady, E. C. Quinn i i i
L.1Z II I III t II I I II.I..
I i iT "-.., i Jr4v .. , ....
Championship Uonbro Stakes.
i,?ry.U.'JrrtMl' J Healv . ...
1 he Ladj Donhro, J Serrlll .
FRENCH BOMBARD CATTAR0
FROM MOUNTAIN AND SEA
Hnrbor Torts Reduced, Capture ot
Adriatic City Is Imminent.
BORDL'AI'X, Sept. 23.
The heavy French artillery which has
boon posted on .Mount Ixnoin is steadily
reducing tho defenses of Cattaro. on thi
Miunvvhllo, tho allied (loot, which ha
been bombarding the forts at the en
trance of the hnrbor, has succeeded In
reducing all of them It Is helieved cer
tain the city will he captured very soon.
WOMAN ARRESTS WOMAN
Alleged Shoplifter Captured After n
A peculiar arrest tnnk nii n.i.i
J '1iic:i IUASKI1 ... - - " , - -,-, ,.3 t.t
.Magee's drive against tho I "na1,.,,Ker.8 stor' lat" " afternoon.
...,.-ii aim. lean t'aneoiist. the stole de
tmtlye, who weighs only no (ounds. took
in rhnrge n woman o,i si feet In
height, whose weight Is about .'V pounds.
In splto of tholr difference in stature the
plucky little detective marched her cap
tive over to tho central polk- Nation and
UUing aEa",st her c'."rso of shop-
h . ...Tr'u"'" J'?r waiton, but
hit resmence ua
ohe was sine
down the third-base line. Luderus stop. ' Eleventh street near F.H,.nount avtn,?.?
ping at second Klllefer sacrWced. Lav. I The nce state.l ., " u"nt "-!nu
th.o... ,.. ' stolen i,t tl. us .... "" '"'"'
....,. mi ------- ..u . aiidiiiuKer inrA uB
.. Ktn alii. -- . -- . ..MO
Empire City Entries for Tomorrow
Flit race for 2-ear-olds r furlongj im
lv Jlaniuette. 103. Cjclc l"''. He Will HV.
I'artavero. k. 10 lle toruidi n.'. Uusemarl.
103 Vlllrlm. 103. l.oda, H3
Seiind raie. f..r -'l-ear-olds and up ll-iu
rnlUs id-Ivan Oardner. Itt'i Perth Hotk 103
Utile Knglanl. 110 m.lir Cover, 07. rh r.
Older hf,. Cogiui Hobln. 103.
Third rave for 3-vcar-alds and up selling
1 mile iu-Mr Sniggs ma, m.t.. j I'ardei
112 Miss Sllervvwd IV He tlwven. Ill VTl'
. ' -issi.m,,, in, jirruiis. jr .
ij. fong or vane. o.s. ivguai HiUn. li"
p-ounu raie fur 3-.ar-old and up. selling
0 lulling; imi I'ulvert. III. W alcr I ilj jot
IlMras. Ill User Jim. Ill Sam Harbr. III.
IU Ittvauash nil. Humnclir. 0. iium:
uiftge. lt). Mr Snlgss. 101. Herman Dojle
Fifth race fir S-veur-olds. furionti i.'n-i-bange.
107. lUlnsUir .uh. Hit Sab" io7
liar Maid 107. Manlaml illrl lciT ' '"' '
irues. lati uniy nve raves.
TOLL OUT FOR LAFAYETTE
KASTON. Pa . Sept 2S. (Jmwnll d,ii.
ttuuad todav nuttini? iciiv
iiml Taylor at end Garwood.
iiiumas. a rormer Lehich
Sauce ll John I'eet. id Garish Sun !3 '..,,. ,, v ""K '"P regulars Kellv
moenie. ioj. Arupnioii. ion tinuo ni ,v. . mi"m uui wire hichins- ks varrti, w.i.i,.-
VvMh race. ,,. , !l!l""!,Ih! ' l h a ankle, but
3oO addd, 1 1 IB rone. . i ir iin,,.k, 7. .1 ""' '"" l"' uvt. l"i
rim, 110 sherlo-'k Hoi es 113 f "t
L'. shrovo lliJe. i KASTON. P.
I the Lafayette
In Canada. 'JV)'ftut fullback in
. li5 Mald offfHrown und '
. Hi i4iertTplacr wire
inn run --.. .... . .
was iprreaicd to S5. and Wagouhurst. last
I'fevf r'1 an' graduate, assMed in
ender to Saler lavender
Alexander. Lobert out, Fisher to Saler.
-vu runs, one uu.
Fisher fouled to Klllifer. ivi,n,i..
throw out Aichor. Lavender died to
Paskert. No iuns, no hits, no errors.
(The game was delajed for a few mln.
mes while the Phillies inspected
Lavender's glov The bellevctl that
he was using a piece of emery paper, but
tho ball which he was about to pitch
was thrown out of the game and a new
one substituted )
Fisher tlnow out Brne Slagee drove
.1 long one to Schulte Cravath singled
io ien uecKer b "rive nit tlio ton of
m HhiU iiviu ail lltl
$20 silk sweater
nn.l n l... . .. ,.,.
ut ki.,1 .c- :::..' '"' . "" at
;, .- " "c nomnn Had
" """ at niieiienniirg a
HURT IN ELEVATOR'S FALL
Youth of 10 Dying and Tel low Work
mnn Seriously Injured.
NORRISTOWN, p, t.vl 2, Frank
Hatero. 10 years old, lb ,ving in the Nor
riblovvn Hospital, atld UHluni Shoemaker,
a ftlU.n.woikman, is in a ..nuus londi-
" nuns iiome nue tin. nigh th
u an elevator i ... t...i
bouiHi.. a..x: t. v. Hmith .. ve,r;.... " ."",v"v,r
rr v,m ... ...,..: "",""' ."'". i ..,......r''. ..""""" """ '" l
- - .... .v,... v.q.k cv.-oriug nneail i - uviwii j a large i-om-i.t. oull.lln
of him Luderus rolled a single aeuiust I " Lafett0 and uien uresis
iL S M "n.'L Plehe" I'opped to f J"b had been inmost. i withou
S-llnr. TiVfi runs throa Ut, ,, . nriiilum n j i ihvm
Saler. Two runs, three hits, no errors,
Hyrne tosd out Leuuh liuoil singled
to left Saler singed to right, tlood tak
ing third. Kimmennan beat out a hit to
Magco. Hood siorin. Saier taking wound
Schulte walKeil. tilling the bases Pdtkert
'rav.itli and Hyrne. let Hue' ll iron .l
tween ihem. Suler sioring. iiimmernian
taking third, but Schulto w.ts forie.t at
.cwond on tho play. Paskert to .Muu-ee
Hues stole second Hrne threw out
l'Uher. Two run. thre hits, ikj rror
iviiivivi iuuu.nn me oaii aganit
m....I..M. j .1. ' 1 - - " """"US
-",-.,.., j.-it? ivyu niell ,le VVuikintf
w feet in the air. taking down the ele
vator. wh-n the pUtloim gave wa.
Uutem fell off the il.vatm to the groand
and recs-Ue,! a fianur. m the tkuil and
volUr bone Shot maker Al.w- t n,, eie.
yaloi. oing ,li,ii vnth it ids Ki Wa4
broken an. lu- buHeie.i i.thei lnjune
CUTTER'S GREW SAVED
.umiuuru oa luge 1:
Officers and Men Taken Safely From
tlie Wrecked Tahoma.
SBATTLB. Set. S -The revenue cut,
ter Tahoma U a total oa nn a n-ef 3r)
WEATHER FORECAST I ' -" '"- 4...';,i" ..'!,. .V.u
For Philadelphia and vicimtuT ,v""i ';'"v ' hl" ' llr
nttlcd and cooler tonight and Thu o "b ' '-rX
ifay; moderate variable tuiiulj "'""' frr" attl- i., i,,r '
For detail?, see pajo lj ' ' a" Tahouw fct t t u-t Bui.
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