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GAME IS FORFEITED
Police at Request of Giants' Man. apent Bars Umpire John stone Frcm Grounds. I EAR OF RIOTS CAUSE OF ACTION Both Teams Claim Contest, Out Fluni Decision Left to Board of Direct? ors?Free t-'lfjht Winds Up fJoDton Plttsburfj Scrlec?Manager of the| Home Team Attacks Umpire. (My Associated Press.) NEW YORK, Aug. 7.r?Something unique lu buschall occurred today, when the game which was to have been played as tho third of the pres-l ent series between the New York and Chicago National League clubs did not tuke place on the Polo groniiuS;. Each club claims (hat the other ror-| felled, so the board of directors must Straighten out mutters and :i lengthy | wrangle Is hound lb ensue. So far us the National League can decide] the uhplsyed rnuie at present, Chica? go has been officially declared the winner !? to o, hy forfeit. Umpires Not Allowed In. -?t yesterday's guuie. tbe BOCOHd the series, there was a good deal ofj 111-leellng on both i ides on account 01 decision's rendered by Umpire Johnstono. When JOliiislonu nnd | Euislle. the umpires assigned hy Pres Idem Pulllntn, arrived at the entrant! to the Polo Grounds today. Johnston) wns refused ndnilttance ami Emsllo who accompanied hlin, declined i? take any part in the game so long as| tils associate was not allowed to per form his official function. Johnstono then declared the game forfeited by New York to Chicago, basing his decision oil the local club'.; | refusal to admit him to the grounds. Crowd Yells: "Play Ball!" The crowd which numbered about I tl.iiini, wondered at tho delay nmt| yi ne.I "Play hail*" repealed!)',' wblb iUauui-'eri* M'eGraw and Chance held ;i consultation. McGrnw called upon bis utility man, Strung, to officiate as umpire. Chance refused to appoint u man front bis team to act in conjunction with Strang, saying that the name hud been forfeited under the rules. President Charles Murphy, of the Chicago club then look a hand lu Ihej much mixed proccdlngs and. nfier hu bat spokoii a few words to (.'haue" the Chicago players left tho grounds A few inini'lltiH later an nlinouneev jumped from the grand stund nml said that, he had been requested by| the New York club to make the fol? lowing statement: Riot Fenced. "Umpire Johnstono was Imrrod] from these grounds today hy Police Inspector Sweeney, who feared Mini the presence of Johnstono, wftor yps terday'a tumuli might Incite a riot. "Umpire Johnstono has d?clarodl the game forfeited by New York t?| , Chicago. !i to 0." Later on the niiiiQmi.- again ad dressed the crowd, which, by this Time, was sen H?ring over tho dia? mond to the outfield, saying: New York Claims Game. "I am Instructed by Manager M> Oraw to say that he having sent I Strang out as umpire and the Chicago| team having Ignored Ida calling them to 'piny hall," the game, und or the rules, la forfollod to New York 0 to 0. ami tile New York club will| proles! the claim of tho visiting club." Rnln checks bad been Issued prior . to the game and tho patrons of the (dub wore informed that these chocks would he good for any other game mi these grounds during the present season. Police Inspector 'Sweeney, wheh| seen later, announced thai he bad not taken the initiative, in preventing I Umpire Johnstono from entering ihe grounds and added that it was at tho request of the manngoinent ?t tho New York club that he had acted lie did. Game Qoen to Chicaqo. Tonight the Associated Press celved n dispatch from President Pulllam, of the National' League dat? ed Saratoga. N. Y.. regaining Ihn for feitftd game. President Pulllam say:; thai, the game was legally forfeited to Cnl c.ago. and that he will stand by thp action of Umpire Johnstono to the finish. He adds that so long ac he Is president of the league he will TRY THE COFERTON'S SO-Cent DINNER 228-230 Twenty-eighth Street. sustain every rorfcll made wlioro an empire is refused admittance to . av park, and Hint it this does not s'llt (lie league, it can have Iiis reslg in-1 tlon at a minute's notice. FI8T FIGHT ON DIAMOND. Boston's Manager Attacks Umpire | After the Pittsburg Game. BOSTON. MASS., Auk. 7.?F< lowing today's National League has ball game, between Boston and Pittsburg ou the South end grounds there was a personal encounter be? tween Muttngcr and Pirnl Busoruait Prod Tenney, of the Boston tedin, und Umpire Klein. Te.mey accused Klein of neglecting to deliver over to him the balls iised in the game, which are always c??U; Bldered the properly of the local | clubs, lit; then attempted forcibly to search the umpire's pockets, An exchange of blows followed nnd | Klein. It Is alleged, threw ono ol 'h< balls id Tenney, bitting him lit the face. Both men bear marks of the en counter, which. It Is expected willI be the subject of reports lo Prorfldeul' Piilllam, of the National Lcai'V.c, by the ample ami the Boston ihllhage lnOnl. ; .'JC. 'i National League i i' HOW THE CLUBS STAND. W. L>. PC. I Chicago.CO 80 . 097 New York. til :t:t .UP? Pittsburg.?'j 3-1 .04? Philadelphia . 411 01 .4tiu| Cincinnati.44 r,7 . iiili Brooklyn . 41 5? . 1231 St. Louis.:i7 Cfi .36.'l Huston.34 (i;"> i343 YESTERDAY'S GAMES, Pittsburg, 7; Boston, 5. BOSTON. MASS., Auk. 7.---In a loosely played, but 'exciting game Plltuhlirg defeated the home team to? day, the final hcoio being 7 lo T,. Score: H.I I.E. PlUsburg .... 2 2 101010 0?7 12 !. Boston . 2 00 0 3 00 00?5 7 f> Lynch and Gibson; Wlthrub nn?i] Ncoitdham. Time, 1:40. Umpire Klein. Cincinnati, 8; Brooklyn, 1. BROOKLYN, N. Y.. Aug. 7.- Tin local Iuaiu was beaten by Cincinnati ted'ayj 8 to I. McKarlaiid niado his tust appearance lu a Brooklyn uni? form and whs batted hard. Score: RILE. Cincinnati .. 10410020 0?8 10 2 Brooklyn .... 0 00 000 100?1 7 0 Wieker ami Livingston; McFarlnnd and Herpcn. Time. 1:54. Umpire, Car penter. Philadelphia, 1; St. Louis, 0. PHILADELPHIA, PA., Aug. 7. Plilludeiphln today shut out the St. Louis team. The only run of the ganie wan i?cor?d In tln> sixth hiving by Philadelphia through consecutive hitting. Score: R.H.B. St. Lottie .... nocnoonnn?n p. 1 Philadelphia . 0 00 0 010 Ox?1 6 0 Brown. Thompson and Marsh.ill; Dtiggtehy an I Doiiovau, Time, I - 55. Umpire, ConWny; American League HOW THE CLUBS STAND. W. Ij. Pc. iMhlotlcs.50' 57 ,<il.'> New York.57 37 .bu. Chicago. :_ 5(5 43 .50(1 (Cleveland . 53 41 .;.til Detroit. 48 48 .500 I St. Louis. 48 48 .600 Washington .37 58 ,3s9 I Boston . ->6 72 .2GH ON THE DIAMOND The advance in price has been steady and regular for the last ten years, and will still continue. AVo havo some bar? gains that we would like to show you before the next ad? vance. Now is the time and Palmer's is the place to buy at prices that are absolutely the best possible. We guarantee every one to be just what we state it to be. J. i. Palmers Sons, THE LEADING JEWELEltS, 2606 WASHINGTON AVENUE ESTABUI8HED 18 9:2 Three Favorites Win on the Fam? ous Track. RUNNER DISOBEOIENT DISQUALIFIED McKlttrldge, Who Suffered From Former Horse'o Interference Comets In Second, Making Splendid Finish ?Trouble nt La ton I a. (Uy Associated 1'rere.) SARATOGA, N. V? Aug. 7,-r-Mc Kiltrldgo, ilie :i to 2 ravorllo, won tho Mohawk Hulling Slakes, one mile ami a furlong, at Saratoga today. Diso? bedient, ai 13 to 5, who linishod llrst, was dlsmiallflod for fouling on the Ilrsi iun'i, by liilcrroriiig with Tn/.d. nlcKittridge, who Buffered by Ihu early interference and was shut off twice, finished second, Rye lengths before Va/.d. Three favorites won. Summaries. tit. i race, live and a half fur Ion ? Don fCiirbpio, ;? to '.! won; Kil iiie. in ;>, second; Captain Einer Ich, 12 to I. third. Time, 1:011 2-5. Second nice, selling, mile?Society Bird, I to i, won; Yada. 5 to I, sec? ond; Neplnuus, lo r>, third. Time. 1:40, Third raco, five and a half fnr lougu?Clara Huron, s to l, won: Dui y Frost, S i" 1. second; Sea SrtlL 15 I-' 1, third. Time! 1:08. Fourth race, the Mohawk stakes, Belling, mile and ;i furlong?McKllt ridge, :t to 2, won; Vazd, 17 to 10, . econd. Time, l;53 :5-5. Fifth race, mil" - Hen Hdddor, 7 to 5, won; ?stlich, 0 to secplid; Cali? fornia King, 10 to I. third. Time, 1:39 3-5.1 Sixth race, six furlong:; -Firebrand, fl to 1. won; Athlete, 15 to 1, second; Olvonnl Balieno, 30 to I. third. Time, 1:11 1-5. Winning Horse Disqualified. CINCINNATI. O., Aug. 7?John English won the Free Handicap, the teat nie at La ton la today in a drive by a neck from the Mink,;, but wan disqualified for fouling Colonel .lim Douglas, In from or the judge's stand. The i.Mink.i was placed first. Colonel .lim Douglas second, and Uhl Stone third. YESTERDAY'S GAMES. Washington, 6; Detroit, 5. DETROIT, MICH.. Aug. 7.?Wash? ington won again today from De troll, t; to fi. largely on the home team's hud fielding behind Embanks. Score; H.H. 10. Detroit . n n | 0 n n 0 0 1? ,r, S Ii Washington . 2 2 n 1 u 1 <? 0 0?fi !i 1 Ettbniiks Revier and Warner; Hughes, Kltson and Wnkcfleld. Time, 1:05. Umpire, Connelly. ; Chicago, 4; Athletics, 0. CHICAGO. ILLS.. Aug. 7.?Oppor? tune hitting und elever base running caused the Athletics to suffer their third slrutlht defeat at the hands of Chicago today, by a score of -I to 0. Scorn: R.H.BL Chiei'U) . 0 I) 0 () L> 2 " 0 x?I fi 0 1 Athletics _ 0?000000 0?0 :t 0 W.ii.-h and Sullivan; Waddoll nn 1 Schreck. Time. 1:47. Umpire, Hurst. Virninia State League At Nurfo'k? Fltsl G&riie: Norfolk, 4; Rlc.h inond. 1. Second game: Norfolk. L': Richmond, 0. (Called nt en I of the second inning on account ol ruin.) At Lynchburg? Lynchburg - Portsmouth game postponed on account of rain. At Rbanoke? Danville. 5; Roanoke, 3. t Emporia Team Wins. EMPORIA VA.. Aug. 7.?The Em? poria Invluclbles took the first gnme from the Fori Monroes by a score 61 14 to 4. naileries: Eniporla llobbs and llobbs; Fort. Monroe, Mlllctt und Winston. Struck out. by llobbs, ft; by Mlllctt, IL Old papers for snlo at the Dully Press office at. 10 cents per buedrod. BUCKROE TONIGHT Balloon Ascension WITH FI REWORKS. 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ONE CENT A WORD NONE LESS THAN 25c. . JLSJlJLOJULJUULILO^ ^tJL0JLO.jL0JtJLPJL0JL?-'J?SJL"?', ?-ft-9-SJL' Society Circus FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE NEWPORT NEWS GENERAL HOSPITAL v n THE SECOND NIGHT (TUESDAY) OF 7 HE SOCIETY CIRCU3 WILL BE MARKED BY EXHIBITION RIDING AND ATHLETIC CON? TESTS AS THE MAIN FEATURES. ?i . .. .. '*_ i u ? ?-T' * ?*'' r. THE STREET PADADE AT 7:30 O'CLOCK, WlLL INCLUDE ALL PERFORM EH 3 AND WILL FOLLOW THE ROUTE OF THE FIRST NIGHT. LOOK OUT FOR IT! On the Casino Grounds?Begins at 8 o'Clock. Admission, 25 Cents. Children, 10 Cents. Grand Stand Reserved Seats, 15 Cents. The following program has been arranged and will be' given, weather permitting: > 1. ?Parade on the Grounds by the entire Fire Department and Visiting Fire Companies. 2. ?Firemen's Race, In which ? each competing Company will run 100 yards with a hose carl, unreel and couple the hose and throw a stream c.f water. The Company covering the 100 yards from a standing start, unreeling and coupling the hose and getting the stream going in the shortest time will receive a handsome trumpet. 3. ?440 Yard Race?Open for all. Prize, a pair of Patent Leather Shoes, given by the Fashion Shoe Store. 4. ? Running Broad Jump. Prize, One dozen Linen Coljars, given by the Broadway Store, 5. ?Exhibition Fire Drill?Hook and Ladder Scaling Exercises. G.?Race for Boys under 14 years of age. Prize, one Suit of Clothe3, given by Oldewurtcl & Regan. 7. ?Standing Broad Jump. Prize, one Stetson Hat, given by Wertheimer & Company. 8. ?Three-Legged Race. Prize, two Watermelons. f 9. ?Presentation of Prizes. :' The Prize for the Championship in the Basketball Contest Is a Silver Cup, presented by J. R. Spraguc. The award will be made the closing night. After the main performance there will be a CONCERT, in which the features will he coon songs, and danceo, recitations, etc., etc. DON'T MISS THIS CONCERT. THE SIDE SHOW Opens at 7 o'clock on the Casino Grounds. Welsh Miller, World's, Master Coin and Card Manipulator and Presti digitatcur, with his world-famous spectacles. The Great Chinese Bowl Trick. (Something new). It has never been solved. The Magic Floating Cards. The Miser's Dream, etc., etc. Also Edison's latest Animated Pictures, operated by Mr. James. The Great Miner's Strike. The Dream of the Welsh "Rabbit" Fiend. The Gambler's Crime, etc. etc - , g An Evening of FUN and INTEREST, MIRTH, MAGIC, MY8TERY. Pro gram changed nightly. You can't afford to miss It. Admisiaon, 10c. Look for the BLACK TENT, Ju 6t outside the Circus Grounds. Get j your t'ckels before the main performance begins. THE SIDE SHOW STARTS EARLY?7 O'CLOCK. The early bird catches the worm?also finds a vacant seat. Daily Ptess 10c Pet Week. Fail Rcpott of Associated Press.