Newspaper Page Text
TIIE MORy rNG TIMES, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1S95.
8 ANTALOONS in abundance the new fall styles in rich and dark effects, and 25 to 33 per cent less profit than the old line clothiers ask. They forget vc make more money by selling1 at less profit, for ve thereby sell more. Parker, Bridget 4 Go. 315 Seventh Street N. V.' -All-round honest' of construction is the secret of the COLUMBIA'S" suc cess. There's not a weak point in the wheel, its ca pacity for endurance there fore beinef almost incredible. Don't let "not knowing bow to ride" j stand iu your way if you ly a wheel Irow M welt teach yon gratia. Oun is i the fine! Riding Si-hool iu Washington. t olunibia" an J "Hartford Agom. 452 Penn. Ave. Crescent "Scorcher" The Prize Winner. In tke Waskttistou Jloml 1'lub' 30-milo r-e Mr Bayard T. Wroun took first place and tei ond time prize, wiuuing a Bicycle and a Dia mond Stud. Mr. Wremi rode a Crei-eent "Si-oii-lier." riee the Crescent" betoro buying ilQ to sHHt. Western Wheel Works, Washington Itraucli, Cor. 9th and H Sts. HAI A WAI.K-OVKIt. Three Boston Men "Were Abent,So Cincinnati Won. Hod oti. S?pt. . The absence of three of Boston's lrtt players and wretched "work ( in Has 1kk gav Buck KwiUK'fiineMa walk over to-day. Tucker, JWarlliy and Lowe 0fp unable to play owing to recent injuries reoewed, Mt a general Ehuffleof inaction; reeuMed. Tfe Reds bad io .-omer graHed the tat lm ttiy weeHle.l to kM lOkStoeke dni out of the lhx. Dila look Ids plac in lite eeoowd iHitw.'. and be also ws batted i all over Ute fit-id. Nictiuhi relieved limi Hithc etxth, lutt cotttd not itre?in tlte Reds fntui jhImik uj rone. Every Ohioait wwed, and, with the exeejHimt of cm by Artie Latham, ly jteyed h iierlect fielding game. Attendance, 1.00. Score DisfrlGt Cvole Co.,! Cmriunaii Alt. 11.11. PO.A. E- Bwke, if 6 2 2 8 0 0 Latham, 8b .. .. St 2 2 0 2 1 licit, 2b .. . .. 4 1 1 ft S 0 Ewing. lb 4 2 2 H 1 0 Milter, rf .. -1 1 2 1 0 O Smith. 66 .. .. .22230 Hoy. ef . ..,..,420200 VaajrbM, c .. ,. .. .. .. ! 2 8 1 0 Btimes, p 5 2 8 12 0 Totals .. 42 ID 17 27 13 1 1 imm. . A li. K. 1 1 .1 O . A . E. Teuwy, If .. ........ 4 1 1 1 0 O Lone, as 8 0 2 2' 8 0 3)aV, of T, 1 0 1 O 0 Kva. 2b 4 1 1 1 2 0 NmhU. 8b 4 2 8 2 11 Slivetts. lb 4 0 0 12 1 1 BaMMM. if .. -1 12 8 0 1 Gaiurt, c -1 0 0 4 1 0 SWKal'Vr 0OOO10 lWitaw, ii 2 11111 Nichols, !..., 2 0 0 O 1 0 Toal6 80 7 10 27 11 4 CiueiUMHti G 0 1 0 0 0 3 0 0 1G BoImm 411001(1007 KartCHi rB CiiKSHHatt. 7; Boston. 4. Two-lHiae bHs Urk ih! A'auj;lrti. Tliree lMee hits Xasii. liaitHctn aitd Milkr. Home THM6 SCaali. liauttoii. Mflier,Lstli;ttn. Ioul4e 3ly6 SutiUi. Mcl'ee awl IJwJm-. Kirst ba o lailb J.oti 2, MelMtee. EiR simI Hoy. Hit ly,-eler MiMer. Struck , out 31ya4t, liwrke. Latham, Miller HHd VaaUH. "WHd itHcii Iolaii. Time, 2 twute. Um pire JStwelie. I'lItATIiSAKKItAOKD. l'biUtdelpliias Have No Trouble in Winniiis the (iame. lhiiad4(dd. SejK. 8. Taylor it-li(Hl n wwat ate t-lay. iKilditiK Pitti-btirj; down to eiht itits lie tj- well suVjnrtel, too, Ue only istly error of Uie three ebarfsmi against the home team lwiti a dromtecl tlirown Itatt by lioyk! fw Hie mv enth. which materiaily belted the vusit ins to Mwc Hart irae Muadd hard tliroHlwut tunl life iinrt was jkmc of the itt The baUfctK of Deleiianty, Thofupuit. and CiemetM aud the fk-id-ln of .SNliva. llathttati, aifd Uetiius were tin- features . AUdaMc, 6.2GS. Score: rhiiaoVtjihUt AB. 3:. 3L PO.A.E. Uanditwi.ef.. 8 8 10 0 1 l)eleiiaiity,lf 4 2 2 10 0 Cross. 8b 4 0 18 2 1 TboutpeuH.rr?'. -. .. J5 2 2 1 0 0 Sultiraji, sk ...."51061O ChMoat. c. ...".. ..418220 lialbnan. Si.. ...... .. 08620 Boyle, lb 00611 Taylor, p.. 5 112 2 0 Totals.. .. .. 40 10 8 27 10 8 l'MJU-Sbm-g: AH. 11. 11. PO.A.E. l)WKvan, rf.. ...,.. .. 4 0 110 0 Merritt, lb.. .. .. .. .. K 0 214 0 1 Geaitts, 21).. .. .. ,.. ..411250 Btenisel, cf Jl 1 1 i 0 1 Kndth. if .....801200 M. Cross, .. .. .. ... 4 1 1 2 o l CHnmoa.8b .. 411220 Mack, v ....410221 Bart, p ..-.400140 Totals 85 5 S 27 IS 4 Philadelphia 8 8 0 0 0 2 0 1 110 I'itUflMH-K ..00000082 0 o Earwd rutts IM)iladel)hia, 4; PilMHirj:, 2. Tw-lw hit Thompson, iJeleliauty, 6leiiel aixl Smith. Hoiue runs Thoniji boii. mid nementh. Saertrice hius Ham ilton ami L. Cioss. Stolen bbog Tay lor atMl M. Croiis. Left on Iwses PJiJla delphia, S: I'lttbhurs. 0. Struck out Tajtor and CiiiiKmau. Botdtleplaye Bart, M. Cross, and Merritt. First Ikimmmi errors Philadelphia. 4; PiltsburK. 1. 1'irt Imse on Ijjiils OTf Taylor. 8: off Bart. 2. Bit by pitcher Bamil ton. Passed ball Mack. I'mpire .levne. Time 2:00. You can gel twice the beaut3' apparentl' oue tliird more size an op tical illusion, of course if we have charge of ilic wall papering in your house. There's inore ahout wall paper ing than j'ou iua3T dream of. Horace J. & Co., Carp, ts, Wall Paper, Window Shades, 524 13th St. N. W. The improvements at the LoseUam liav luc been oompleted, the gents' cafe will be open on Thursday, September 5. The business geuU' lunch ivill l)e f-erved as Bfiual. T. 11. MARSHALL, Prop. UMBASTEDTIESEIUTBBS Two Games Taken by the Col onels at the Foot of Ladder. ANDERSON WAS HIT SOUNDLY "VVlldness or lluswoll Lost tlio Second Ha me to t he Loiilsvillos Tour Field Work of the Washing:! onsUrll 1 In nt Triple 1'Iny In t lie .Second and a Wonderful Catch STANDING OF THE CLUBS. Clolw. W. L. I.C Balti'orc, 69 87 .651 Cleveland,? 1 42 .628 Phila, 62 45 .579 Brooklyn, 6 147.562 Boston, 5947.557 NewYoil, 58 50 .537 Pittsburg, 59 02 .532 Cincin,, 56 51.523 Chicago, 5753.518 Wasli., 33 69.324 St. Louis, 34 75 .312 m Louisville,29 80 .266 L 'SanicK Yesterday Louisville 17. Washington '.. Louisville o, Washington 2, second game. Cincinnati 10. iloMoti 7. Phiiadeittiia 1 0 Pittburg5. Xew York 0. Chicago 8. Baltimore S. St. Louis :i. names To-day Cincinnati at Washington. ClevelaJKl at Brooklyn. CJik-ago at Boston. Pittsliurg at New York. St. Louis at Philadelphia. LouibVilleat Baltimore. The home team dropped two games to the Colonels yesterday. Louisville played t letter ball than is usually put up by a tail-end team, though the pitching of McBprmott was very poor. In the first game he filled the base on bulls aiMl forced in two runs. Tin visitors lambasted Anderson's cun-es in great Minpe in the first game, and tie second was lost ltecause of the wild uess of Boswell and the poor field work of the W-hiugtons. George Meakin, the Louisville's new pitcher, did excellent work. The feature of the second game was a trljde play, the second made on the grounds thfe sean. With Brown and Joyce on lM&cs, Abbey sent a ballstraightatMeakin's feet. Tlie latter caught the ball on the fly, sent it to first, where Bas.samer Caught his man. and paEsed it to Collin;, who made a put out. The eecond game was called on account of darkness. The Colonels were sent to bat first, but they went out in ehort order without scor ing ami the Senators stepped up to see Whrft they could do. Brown was the first man to face McDor mott, and he drew a base on balls. Bill Joyce hit tlte bull to center field and went to second. Brown to third. Abbey went our on a fly to Gettinger in right field, and on tlie throw iu Brown Ecorod and Joyce went to third. McGuire hit to short, went out .it first awl Joyce scored. Selbach hit to third and-was thrown out at first, Hnssamer Eretching himself forward to Ids full length and picking the liall off the ground. Here were two runs for" the Senators, a good Etart considering that the Colonels had none. The Colonels, however, more than got even on tlieirnext turn. Gettinger hit a Eafe one to right field for two haees. Wright hit to center for two more, scoring Gettinger. MeDermott got his base on Italls, and when Shugart came up Wright Btnle third. Shugart then hit straight at Cartwright ami went out, but Selbach muffed the ball when Cartwright sent it toluinatsecoiid and 6ioi!ed a nice double play. Holmes was now at the bat. aud McGuire sent tlie ball whizzing down to Joyce tocatch Wright. Instead of lauding in Bill's hands it hit Wright on the shoulder and glanced off into the field, Wright Ecoring and MeDer mott taking his place on third. Holmes hit a fly to Lush, who muffed it, Clark, the next man up, fouled out to Mc Guire. Haseamer then hit the ball over Joyce's head. MeDermott and Holmes scored and Bill went to third, but he was left there, as Collins hit to Selbach and went out at first. Tlie Colonels had four runs. On the next turn up Cartwright fouled out to Spies. Luh hit a hard one down past jwcond Iwse and went to first. Boyd hit a hot one to Holmes that got past that player and also escaped Clark and Lush scored and Boyd went to third. Anderson hit to second base and Boyd tried to score, but was put out at the plate. Brown then hit to Shugart and Anderson was forced out at second. The score was now 4 to 8 in favor of the Colonels. NEITHER SIDE SCORED. In the third inning neither the Warriors nor the Statesmen made a tally. In the fourtli Shugart went out, Anderson to Cartwright, and then Holmes hit a safe one J)Ctween short and third and went to first. Clark then hit for two bases, but Holmes .stopped at third. Hassamcr went out on a fly to Boyd, but a moment later Collins sent a scorcher down the left foul line scoring Holmes and Clark. Then Spies hit to Selbach and Col Jlns was Torceil out at second. Two more for the Colonels. This was a lucky inning for the Senators. They added four tallies to their score and every one of them by a man being sent to base on bails. It was a trying inning for MeDermott. Cartwright came up and hit along the left foul line for two bases. Then tlie dona tion of bases began. Lush was the first to benefit. Boyd bunted to Holmes, who for some unaccountable reason held the ball and the bases were Tub. Anderson, Brown, Joyce, and Abbey were given bases on balls in succession, and Cartwright, Lush, Boyd, and Anderson scored in consequence thereof. Selbach, McGuire, and Joyce then went out iu suc cession. Weyhlng took McDcrmott's place in the box. Each team drew a blank, while in the sixth each scored one run. Cart wright made a good stop of Shugart's hit, but he failed to gel to his bone in time to get his man out. Shugart was then forced out at, second by Holmes.' hit to Selbach. Clark then hit a hot one along the third base line, went to first, and Holmes to second. Has sinner went out on u fly to Lush , and Holmes wont lo third, but Clark hung lo fjj&l." rCollins hit to Joyce, who fumbled the' ball, and went to first, Holmes scored, mid Clark went to second. Spies went out from Joyce to Cartwright. OUT ON A FLY. Joyce was tlie first man up when tlie Senators came in for their half, and he went out on a fly to Wright. Abbey went out, Weyhlng to Hnssamer. McGuire got a base on balls. Selbach 's safe hit be tween short and third sent Jim to second.' Cartwrlght's hit glanced' off of Holmes into the field, McGuire scored, and Sel bach went to third. Lush then fouled out. The seventh brought three more for the Colonels. Gettinger hit lo center for two base?. Wright flicd out to Boyd. Weyhing's safe hit to left t cored Gellinger. Shugart hit a fly to Brown, but the tun was in Louis' eyes and lie didn't get it. Weyhlng tcorcd and Shugart landed on third Ho!nies then tingled to right and Shugart scored. Clark then filed out to Lush and Hattainer went out, Selbach to Cartwright. The Senators did not FCore in this in ning, nor did they in the eighth or ninth, while the Colonels in-thc eighth and ninth added seven mug to their already goodly number. One they got in the eighth, and then the deadly work of the ninth was begun. Shugart drew a base on balls. Holmes filed out to Lusk. Clark's safe hit to left sent Shugart to second. Ila.ssamer hit to Selbach, who tried to catch Clark at second but failed, aud the bases were lull. Collins got a base on balls and Shugart scored? Spies hit a hard one that Selbach didn't hold, wcntlo first and Cut rkscorcd. Gettinger hit to right center for two bases and Hnssamer and Collins scored. Spies going to third. Wright flied out to Brown nndSpiesscored. Weyhlng hit ,t fly lo right that Lush muffed on the run and Gettniger scored. Then Shugart hit lo Lush. This time the young man caught itandtliat ended matters so far as the fir&r game was concerned. The score: Louisville. AB. It. H. PO.A.E. Shugart, ss 5 Holmes, 8u 0 Clarke, If 6 HasKimer, lb ' 6 Collins, 2b 4 2 8 8 2 8 0 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 o 1 0 2 0 Spies, 1 2 8 8 8 2 1 2 8 10 1 112 Gettinger, rf.. .. Wright, cr MeDermott, p.. , Weyhing, p.. .. Totals Washington. Brown, cf Jovce, 8b Abbey, if McGuire, c. .. . Selbach, sk.. .. Cartwright, lb .. Lush, rr Boyd, 2b Anderson, p.. .. .51 17 20 27 17 1 AB. It. H. PO.A.E 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 8 12 1 4 2 5 1 0 Totals Ini isville ..0 Washington 2 .... JIG !! 10 27 12 6 0 2 0 18 1 G-17 0 5 0 1 0 0 0 ! Earned runs Washington. 8; Louisville, t. First base on errors Washington, 1; Louisville, 8. Left on base.-, Washington, S; Louisville, 10. First base on balls Off MeDermott, 8: orf Weyhing. 2; oft Anderson, 4. Struck out By Weyhing, 8. Three-bae hits Wright, Shugart, Collin.-. Two base hits Gettinger, 2: Wright, Cartwright, 2; Brown. Clarke. Stolen bases Wright, Holmes. Double plays Boyd, Selbach and Cartwright. Hit by pitcher Weyhing, 1. Umpire Murrav. Time 2:20. DESTINY AGAINST US. The second game" was very well played, and the only drawback to it was that the home team did not come off the field with a victory. Our star of destiny did not lead that way, however, and thanks to thegod of luck and perfect fielding, Louisville won tlie contest. The Senators did not score until tlie seventh inning, when the visitors had five tallies to their credit, anil when it looked a good deal as if the home team would be whitewashed. In the last inning a rally was made and two runs were Ecorcd, breaking the goose egg. McGuire, the first man up, led off wit!v a double and was followed by Selbach with a single. A bare on balls to Cartwright filled the bases. At this point of the game Pitcher Meakin became rattled and gave Ltih his base on balls, forcing in McGuire. Boyd, who has been batting very weakly J of late, struck out. Boswell popped up a little fly to right field, which "Boaring Bill" took care of. Just to prove that he" was not a back number, Tom Brovn hit. for a single over Eecoiid base, scoring Sel bach. Tlie bases were still occupied, with Joyce at the bat. and the blcacherites yelled for a "Iioiikt," but "Bill" was unequal to the emergency, and went out from Collins to Hassaiuer. . SOME KEMARKABLE PLAYS. As it was then getting too dark for play. Umpire Murray called the game, and all chances for a victory for the home team were ended. There were two very remarkable plays made, one by tliree of the visiting players and a catch by Tom Brown. It happened in the sixtli inning, when Clarke was at the bat and Holmes was on second. Clarke caught one or Boswell's speedy curves on the end of his wagon tongue aud drove the ball toward deep left field with terrific force. Brown and Lush rushed for the ball, and it seemed an Impossibility for either of the players to get near it. Brown, however, by a magnificent burst, of speed passed Lush, and, as theball sailed over his bead, and while he was on the dead run, reached out his arm and grabbed it. It was a miraculous catch and Me Closky was heard to utter something that does not appear in the good book. Tlie other feature was a brilliant triple play, by Meakin, Hnssamer and Collins, iu the first inning. Brown started with a two base hit, and Joyce secured his base on balls. Abbey drove a slasher on the line to. Pitcher Meakin. Tlie latter could not get out of the way of tlie ball, and it stuck in his hands. ' Brown and Joyce of course thought the pitcher would drop the ball, an 1 started to advance to the next bases, lliey were easy outs, 'as Mcekin 'hrew io ll.iissamcr, who touched first base and then threw the ball to Collins, who louuhed fcecond base, completing the play. BOSWELL FULL OF SITED. Pitcher Boswell is a vail, wiry, athletic-looking young man, and If there ai any twirlers in the League who l.avo more Fpeed than he showed they have not been seen in this city. In fact, he used so much force that Mc Guire dropped the ball on several oca sions. Boswell was very wild, but held his nerve all the time, and struck out six men. Meakin, the new Louisville pitcher, also did good work. Outfielder Lush ie a very speedy player, and his. errors i the two games, are excusable, because of a broken finger. 3or the same reason his batting effectiveness is Impaired. Tlie scores wercniade as follows by Louis ville: In the third inning Shugart singled and Holmes was given first on a hit by pitcher. Glarke sent up a high foul which McGuire had to run up against the grand stand lo capture. Hassamcr, to show that he was still a slugger, doubled to right, scoring Shu gart and Holmes. Collins flied out to Abbey, and Gettinger struck out. One more run was made in the fifth, after two men were out, through THIS PRILADELPHIA STOCK OF SIIOBS Isn't going- to last forever when it's over-rilie low prices will disappear, too. That's a direct 'hint to you to come and get lilted at once there's good horsclseiise in buying shoes wit a sale like this solid common sense. ';" ( Here Are Three Tid-Bits: A lot of r.nlnier.-ili nnJConKroas Calf Shoes liuiid woliu worth t'i to S3. May bo vie haven't your size.... Thoso Stacy, Adams ,fc Co., and Hnthuvray, fcoulo J Harrington faliocs aro going rapidly at. Only sizes fi. G!. H, and SV In Haiul-sowed Itussu'.g, nucdlo too Iiuls. Oota pairat 98c $2.98 $1.98 434 9th St. Shoes Polished Free. a base on balls lo Collins and. an error of .Ljsh.wliodroppi'daloiigllyfromGcitinger's bat, allowing the latter to go to third and Collins to tally. Meakin made a single in' Ihesixth, and w:as brought home on Holmes' two-base hit. Louisville's last run was made in the sev enth on Geltinger'siwo-basehitandan error by Selbach. A small crowd was in at tendance. Score: Louisville. Shugart, ss .. Holmes, 8b .. Clarke, ir .. . Ha.ssainjr, lb . Collins, 2b .... Gettinger, rf .. Wright, cf .; Warner, c .. . .Meakin, p .. , AB. U. . 8 1 . 2 1 II. PO.A.E. 2 0 0 0 10 2 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 1 1 2 1 10 0 2 1 2 0 1 1 8 1 1 Total .. 80 fi Washington. AB. K 8 21 11 0 H. PO.A.E. Brown, cr '1 Joyce, 8 b 3 Abbey, rr 3 McGuire, c 3 Selbach, ss 3 Cartwright, lb 1 Lush, If Boyd, 2b .. Boswell, p .. Total "" 2 7 21 5 2 Louisville 0 0 2 0 11 15 Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 2-2 Earned runs Louisville 2, Washington 1. First base by error Louisville 2. Left on bases Louisville 1), Washington 6. First base on balls OK Meakin 4. ofr Bos well 4. Struck out By Meakin 2, by Boswell 6. Two-base hits Brown 2, Shugart, Holmes, Hassamer. Gettinger, McGuire. Triple p'ay Meakin. HassaiiierandCoilins. Double plav Gettinger and Warner. Hit by pitcher By Boswell L" Wild pitch By Boswell 1. Umpire Murray. Time 2:00 BALTIMOltK HIT WELL. Tills Gave Her tho Chance to Win From St. Louis. Baltimore, Sept. 3. Baltimore's well timed hitting, combined with Breiten&teln'a wildncsa, and a .cosily error by .Miller, won the game. Me.Mahon. and Breitenstein niched about an even game, neither doing remarkable work. McMahon was the stead ier in tight places, and this had much to do with the Orioles winning. Baltimore got the lead' in the ffrsi Inning and was never headed. The score: Royal Shoe Store Baltimore. AB. It. II. PO.A.E. McGraw, ab 4 11110. KeeltTi rf Ji 2 12 0 0 Jennings, ss 4 2 2 13 0 Kelley, If 1." 8' 2 1 5 1 0 Gleason, 2b ;'. ' 4 - 0 1 a 2 0 Brodie, cf :. -201400 Robinson, c 4 0 0 3 0 0 Carev, lb 4 0 0 8 0 0.- Me.Mahon, p 4 12 0 0 1 Totals 32 8 ! 27 7 1 St. Louis. , AB. R.H.PO.A.E. Dowd.cr .... 5 0 0 8 0 0 Cooler, If 4 0 10 0 0 Quinn, 2b 5 0 2 2 S 0 Miller, 3b 5 0 1 0 0 1 Elv, ss r 5 0 12 4 0 Connor, lb -1 1 114 1 0 Sheehan, rf 8 112 0 0 Otten.c ....811100 Breitenstein, p ... .... 2 0 10 2-1 Totals 36 3 !) 24 15 2 Baltimore 3000 4 010 x 8 St. Louis .02000001 03 Earned "runs Baltimore, 2; St. Louis, 2. Two-base hit Quinn. Three-base hits Kelley, Cooler. Sacrifice hits Brodie, 2. Stolen bases Jennings. 2; Kelley, .McGraw. Double play Kelley and Jennings. First on bulls Off MeMahon. 6; tt Breitenstein, I. Struck out By McMahoii, 1. Passed balls Robinson, Otten. Wild pitch Me .Mahon. Time 2 hours. Umpire Hurst. Attendance, 2,500. LOST JN THE SEVENTH. Up to That Inniiur Anson's Colts Had tho Giants Beaten. New York, Sept. 3. The New Yorksand Chlcagos played off a postponed game to day. For six innings it looked as though Anson's men would geta way with the game. WillieHulchison. however, was sized up lor five runs in the seventh. The victory once more places New York in the first division. Attendance, 2,500. Chicago. AB. It. II.PO.A. E. Everett, 3b 4 2 2 2 4 0 Decker, if 3 12 2 10 Lange, ef 3 "0 0 2 0 0 Anson, lb 5 0 3 10 0 0 Dahlen.ss 4 0 0 0 3 0 Ryan, rf 4 0 0 3 0 0 Trilby, 2b 3 0 0 3 4 1 Kiltredge, c 3 0 0 110 Hutchison; p.. 4 0 0 1 1 0' Totals 34 3 7 27 14 1 New York. AB.lt. H.PO.A. E. Fuller, ss 4 112 3 0 Tiernan, rf 4 12 3 0 0 Vanllaltren.cf 3 0 13 0 0 Davis, ir 4 0 i0' 1 0 0 Bannon.lb 4 13 8 10 German ,3b 4 0 10 11 Starford,2b 3 113 2 1 Farreell, c 4 1 l 5 1 0 Meekln, p 3 12 2 0 0 Totals. 33 0.12 27 8 2 Chicago 2 0 0 fro 0 0 0 13 New York 0 l'0 0 0 0 5 0 x 6 Earned funs Chicago, 1 ; New York, 5. First by errors Chicago, 1 . Left on bases Chicago, 1 1 ; New York, 4. First on balls Off Hutchison, 2; orr .eekin, 5. Struck out By Hutchison, 2; by Meekih, 5. Three base hits Tiernan, Germaii. Two base hits Tiernan, Baiinon. StJien bases Decker, Lange, Anson. Double' plays Fuller and liunnou ; Dahlen, Truby and Anson. Um pires Keefe and O'Day. Time 2:08. 31ELMONT ANXIOUS TO HACE- Will Mutch Henry. of Navarre ut a Mile or Over. (Special to The Times.) New York, Sept. 3. Speaking of tho proposed nice between Henry of Navarre, CliKord, Domino and Key El Santa Anita, Mr. Belmon tsaid to-night that lie was willing to enter Henry of Navarrein a raccat a mile and over, but not at less than a mile. "lfc iR like hunting for a champion two-year-oldin a half mile race, to run such horses as Navarro and Domino any distance under a mile," said Mr. Belmont. "I would sooner let my horse stand in stable than consider any proposition for a raceof less than a mile. As forentranccfee, I don't mind the limit. I will leave that for the others to dictate; and as for association purses, any sum willsiiltme. 1 believe there should be a race lietweeu tlie best horses in the country instead of their being kept in their stables forever," From what can be generally gleaned, the distances proposed are not suitable to either Mr.Jtosc or Mr. Keene. Mr. Baldwin is hardly considered, as it is not likely he would start Itey El Santa Anita against the other three. " : PA5SE5 EVERYTHING GORnuLLY & jcrrtRY i:S2.5 i4m ST. TSEYS LUCK CHANGES He Puts Avon Over the Plate in Grand Form. ATAMAN FORCED TO DRIVE 'Little Willie" Had Nothing Up nis Sleeve When He Got Him Under the Wire Nate Hill Sprlnas a. Good 'Thing on the Public Mid Huso "Won. ' - While the attendance at the Island track yesterday was very good it was not nearly as large as on Labor Day. The bookies did a big day's business, but would have been glad if they had not put up theirslates, as the talent simply slaughtered them. They were wroiig on the opening event, which went to Mate Bitt's good things, but tlie next five races proved veritable harvests for them. In three or tlie events the first, second, and third choices fin ished in tho order in which they were "doped." The sport was refreshingly free from the "jobs" which mar the racing at the across-the-river tracks, but even at that thoro were several that came very near being "lobsters." FOURTH RACE A DANDY. The fourth race on the card furnished one of the best contests ever run over tlie Island track. At some stage of the race every horse in it appeared to have.a chance. When they swung into the stretch four out of the seven starters were running neck and neck. The finish narrowed down to Ataman and Prince Klamath. The former managed to land the money by a short head, but the result might have been different if Samaritan had not crossed in front "of Brooklyn on the turn into the stretch, caus ing him to pull up. Patsey MeDermott cut Avon loose in the closing event and from the happy expression on his face after tlie race must have pulled down a pot of money. "" Tho horse was heavily played In the out of town pool rooms and also in the ring. It was one of the bestbetting events of theday and thebook ies must have handled as much to it alone as they did on any two of the other races. FAVORITE NOT IN IT. Twelve pretty rank "dogs" faced the starter in the opening race, with Archilics the choice at threes. A strong tip on Miss Lou sent her to the post at 4 to 1. The favorite made the running to the turn into the straightaway, where Nate Ilitt's filly took command, and at the end won in a gallop. Countess was second, five lengths before the favorite. Jack Dennison looked to be eo much better than the balance of the field he met in the second race that lie was made a 3 to 5 choice. He was not touched at these figures and soon went to even money. He got away badly, but ran a great race and was an easy winner by three parts of a length from Luray. After holding P itch Girl and Mid Rose even favorites at twos for some time the money finally went in on the latter, and she closed at 6 to 5. MID ROSE LANDED THE MONEY. Wat cut out the work half the journey and then gave way to Mid Itose, who won easily from Dutch Grl. The fourth event furnished a beautiful race, and Ataman, who was a 7 to 10 favorite, was all out when Willie Ham got him home a winner by a snout from Prince Klamath. On class, fojrm and everything else, Frolicsome Lass was far and away the best in the fifth race, and thehandicappers gave the pencilers no chance to lay belter than 7 to 10 against her. She came through the bunch when she pleased and won somewhat handily from Tammany Hail, with Grampian third. l'atsey took the closing race with the favoritefiAvon, and the talent went home happy. Virginia State League Richmond ..01200001 0 I .7 8 Petersburg ..7000 00 2 0 x 0 12 0 Batteries -Gillen, Knoor, and roster; James and Reefer. Umpire Belts. Lynchburg ..62101334 0 2.l 20 2 Portsmouth 00011013 0 0-1013 Batteries Mason and Raffert; tlriiudtaud Vettcr. srrrFi wwm&. wkfr Ofi THE ROAD nrc. co rt.w Results at Alexander Island. Weather clear. Track faar. 512" First race. Half mile. Purse, Time, OJilJ. J150 Ind. IlorsoJt Wt St Miss Lou, 100 .. 6 453 Counte5s,110.. 4 434 Achiilos. 103... 7 49t CvCooper.110. a 494 Ind. Girl, 10O.. 1 4UI Bhnyarie, ll5.. 5 Gold Fly, 100 .. 3 491 Sentinel. 110... 9 Mi-tletoe. 100.. S 49! Lady Bro'e.KilO i St Fin. Jocs'r Bt 4 lh IS N. Hill 4 2n is 21 Andrews 10 V 3n Ham 3f 4 7 "6 6 7 5 5 a 9 S o IU 10 Cole 30 Neary 3 Parsons 6 Ellis 10 P.ilcD't 25 Honla'n M Garri'n 30 J.Moore -0 Arcos. 1U0 Left at post. Start good. on galloping, r-i 1 Second race Ms and one-half fur- ji J IO!l!"l Soltlng. I'urse, SK0. Time, 1 20-4. bid. Horse & Wt. St. y. St Fin. Jock'y Bt 417. J. Dennison. 107 5 3!iil 1 14 Delehy 1 511 Luray, 107 1 lh 1 2S Ellis 2 im HayTny, 110.... fi 5 4 3H Garrig'n l." 470 Andrew D., 110. 1 7 7 4 Tlm'ons 50 3S3 Vagabond, 110.. 8 4 5 5 Burns 10 502 Come Home, 107 7 6 6 6 A. MooreSO 511 Inter Ocjan, 107 a 25 3tg 7 Ham 6 Start L'ood. Won easily. "1 1 Third race, i-onr and a halt furlongs. x-t Selling. rurso, $150. Time, 0-U57!-j. Ind Horse & Wt St hi St Fin. J'ek'y Bt (191) Mid Rose. 93... B .fc'2 Dutch Girl, 93.. 8 501 Al Helenb'lt, 9i 4 507 Murray. 103.... 1 500 Wat 102. a (20) Svenpall. 93.... 7 4 3 It Andr,ws-5 3 4 SC Neary 5-2 -hi -te 34 Lonrm'n 4 6 5 4 I'ierco 20 ltlJ45 31'D'rm'tlO 7 6 6 Ellis 15 5 7 7 Brown SO 412 ltapiUj, Uo. J Start fair. Won easily. --1 -Fourth raco One milo. Parse, 8150. J1 Time, 1:14.4. Ind. Horse &.Wt St y. St Flo. J"ck'y Bt. 503 Ataman, 112... 1 li 3h lh Ham 7-10 491 1'r. Klamath.100 7 a 2h 2 Ellis 15 503 Samaritan, 102. 4 6 A 3MeDer'tt 10 '(497) Brooklyn. 109... 3 3h 5 4 Parso'sl3-o 497 CO. I).. 97 2 2n 4 5 Neary 10 499 Windgale.99.... 0 7 6 6 Sf.nsb'y20 413 Reform, M). 5 4 7 7 LokrmanSO Start good. Won driving. " -1 (. rilth race, rive Iurlon;s. beliinc- J1.VJ 1'urso, $150. Time, I:03Hi. Ind. Horse ,fc Wt St. (U9) FTes'inoL.HO 5 (495) Tm'nv 1L, 101. 1 (127) Grampian, 110. 3 4&j Arda.97. 2 501 Misery. 104 4 Pocahonta?,ll 7 4 S:. Fin. J'ck'y T.i. 3y.3 llDTh'ty7-10 1. IU 2 Neary 4 4 4 3', m 2U 4 A Moore Andrews 7 Houleh'uoO TarsonsPJO Ellis 15 218 Despair, 104.... 6 6 Start good. Won handily. --1 "7 Sixth raco. Six and a-half furlongs. ' l'urso. iiuo. Time, 1:24J. Ind. Horse & Wt. St J4 St Fin. J'ck-'r Bt 503 Avon, 110 3 4-8 Tedd Gopg.HO, 4 42 1 Irish Pat, 107.. 1 . aa 13 J'.MoDe't 3 in In 23j N. Hill 4 4 3 N'oary 4 421 Lento.110 5 5 4-1 Taylor 10 59:5 Ma McN'r,107. 8 8 5 5 Deleh'y 10 (503) Airplant.llO ..2 7 6 6 Pierco 10 417 Tioga, 107. 7 3WC 7 7 A. Moore 10 423 Hazel, 107. 0 6 " S S Ham 13 Start good. Won handily. Refers to St. Asaph Island series. The Evening Times news for 11 cent. rives all the To-day's Entries at St . Asaph. First race Three-year-olds and up; six and one-quarter furlongs. Ind. Horse. Wt. Ind. Horse. Wt. 503 G. Forest .107 413 Jilson 101 o03C. Home.... 104 501 Lillipute ...101 317 Hazel 102 413 M. Carlo .... US 501 S. Queen ...102 407 Jewel 96 second race Two-year-olds; four and one-half furlongs. Ind. Horse. Wt. Intl. Horse. (39-1VY. Griffo...l0S 400 Marco 412 Cadiz 105 P.Felix... "500 Tyro SS 400 Soroso .... Wt. . SS . S5 . So Third race Three-year-olds and up;seven furlongs. Ind. Horse. Wt. Ind. Horjc. Wt. Senator . ..112 426 Lotion . .."..101 4S5 Joe Mack.. 100 "oOO Foxglove ..101 493 Mirage . ...10S 426 Selah 9S 4S8 Renai'nce .106 423 Gaiety OS (421)Moni'res9 .104 421 J. James.... 92 Fourth race Three-year-olds and up; six and one-cuiarter furlongs. Ind. Horse. Wt. Ind. Horse. Wt. u03 Oaklawn ...107 107 Syde PS 421 Chieftain ..107 461 Gorman OS 517 M.'Nulty ..104 417 L. Q'torze... OS -501 Fasfett . ...104 410 Dr. Reed 03 506J.'syche . ...102 Fifth race Three-year-olds and up; four furlongs Intl. Horse. Jo Jap ... 424 Car'lite . Bee Line . 500 Criterion 374 Lorimer . Wt. ..105 .105 .102 ..102 .102 Ind. Horse. Wt. 422 Mary B 100 Lucille 100, 41SLittleAlice..l0O 506 DorcasL......100 4 IS LadyMay....l00 422 Mav D 100 3-llKepctition .102 Sixtli race Three-year-olds and up; five furlongs. Ind. Horse. Wt. Ind. Horse. Wt. 427C'ftsman :.109 506 Chink 103 410 Toiosa 109 4S2 Mohawk 103 411Mod'ate ..109 (41S)Prosper 103 423Gov. Fifer.109 410 T'foot 103 127 Dervish ...100 427 Velvet Rose. 100 (417)Redowac ..106 MaryLow...l00 Itefers to Alexander Island series. Selections. First race Grey Forest, Jilson, and Hazel. Second race Cadiz, Young Griffo, and Tyro. Third race Mirage, Selah, and Joe Mack. Fourth race Dr. Itccd, Chieftain, and jorinan! Fifth race May D., Mary B., and Dorcas L. Sixth race Velvet Hose, ltedowac, and Mohawk. $1.25 to Baltimore and return via B. O., September 7th and Sth. 1 V-Uif f.I 'MWy iM &&m If it's any accomodation. tveTl cash yv.r Pension Checks for allpoi hasea ao need to. go to tho bank. EACHING out for a big- trade now clearing out spring- and summer Clothing- at frac tions of former prices. Lots of the suits just right for fall weather, too. All-woal Cheviot and t'?! ciero ShIis Ihat were 7.3 for. S4-.S5 All-wool, fast color Salts, raised and plain casimeres asu cheviots that were $10, $11, $12, and $12.50 for. S7.S5 Fall sroods arriving dailv. Loeb& Hirsh, The Clothiers, Shirtmakers. Outfitters. 910-912 FStN.W. Absolutely Painless Dentisiry, EW dentists caa sbOTT such, a record of unbroken. successes as we. A tons list of patients enjoying the benefits of the moss perfect dentistry that can be produced. Extract ing painlessly, 30 casts :& &-is N 'SstjSrfether causes propor- Evans Dental Parlors, 1217 Penn. Avenue N. W. Entries nt Sheepshead. First race Futurity course. Maidens. Terrett. Relief. Darien, Bowling Green, awl Highflier, 106 each, and Burnez, Betvtoa, Humming Bird. Navahoe. Gala, aid Ktog .Michael, 103' each. Second race Five ami one-half furlongs. Sapphirestakes. Froutierand R amir,! IS each; Cassette. Kamsln, Gimitowla, Besie Browning, ami Lavienla, 115 each, and Hamilton and Peep o Day. 108 each. Third race One and one-quarter rottes. Handicap. Orinda, 109; Connoisseur, 107; Victorious. 106;Songand Dance. 103;Bora bazette, 99, and Primrose. 97. Fourth rnce One and three-sixteenths miles. Reapers stakes. Flying Dutchman, 126; Rey del Carreres, 122; Olet. 114;Sal vation, 112; Dolabra, 109; Primrose, 102,. and Blascoe and Sabilkt, 99 eaeh. Fifth race Six and one-half fHrtengs. Two-year-olds. Montezuma, 106; Argen tina, 103; Tlie Winner. 100; Tom Cromwell and Tutor, 06 each, and Volley and Arttele; 93 each. Sixth race One and one-eighth miles. On turf. Selltag. Long Beach. 108, and Orinda and Arapahoe, 101 each. Entries ait Louisville. First race Seven furlongs. Pow Wow and Pepper Rye, 95 each; Tancred, Samson and Helen W.. 102 eaeh; Verdi awl Pine Top. 105 each; Diggs and ThePrineess, 107" each, and Cheuoa, 1 10. Second race Selling. Six furlongs. Ma noa, 92; Elisebert. 05; Noah, 102; The Preserver and S wifty, 90 each; Unefelleary and G. B. Cox, 102 each; Start, Kh K, Pry tania and Insomnia, 104 eaeh; Walkover and Malmaison. 105 each; Twinkle and Mrs. Bradshaw, 103 each, and While Wings and Jim Head, 112 each. Third race Nine-sixteenths mile. Mot tle Graham, Kitty B., Mariana. Nanmeket, Judith Cl and Evidence, ldO each, and Cherub, Corean, Essie and Anna Lylo, 110 each. Fourth race Selling. Mile and seventy yards. Tom Sayre, 102; Pretender, Eva nntus and Spring Vale. 106 each; MyPart nerandBobMartin, 109 each;Peabdy,113; and Ray S., 116. Fifth race Selling. Five furlongs- Fair Ladye, 92; Imp. Belle Brummell, 92; Tom. QuirkandRoyalChoice,95eaeh;Gasparone, 97; Motilla, Mike Kelley and A. B. C.; 101 each; Bon Soir II. 104; Dr. Kellogg, 104; Serena, 104; Kate Legrande, 104; Fret ful, 105, and Free Coinage, 108. Fa, r 9blM,