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THE DUKES REVERSE THE ORDER.
They Bat Out a Victory With Great Ease. m he Artels Were Unable to Hit the Ball Safely. The Lsdlos Oot In Force to See the Lo cals Slaughtered—A Aaiiie Pall Of Brilliant Hits and Fielding, ... - •- The last ladies' day at the Athletic park for the regularly scheduled base ball season was a bril iant one from tbe standpoint of attendance and good clothes, and the game the Dukes and Angels put up would have been one to fill the cranks of both sexes with the wildest enthußiasm had the conditions been reversed; but unfortunately It was the day for the Dukes to bit the ball on the trademark, and although the locals put ud an admirable fielding game it waß impossible for themtoovercoinethe terrific batting of their opponents. The number of earned runs credited to the victors tells more than volumes could about the nature of the game. Harper was in excellent, form, and was practically invincible. Only once during the game did he allow two hits to occur in the same inning, and most of the Bix hits obtained by bis opponents were of that kind where sprinting cut the big gest figure. Louie Balez was only a trifle lame from the thump he got on his instep Wednesday, but the Dukes solved his curves immediately ami earned ruus from the start. McGucken and Everett, the first two up, tore off three bags each, and it was only by a brilliant double play instigated by Stafford that the latter did not also score. The visi tors scored another in the next inning on a double by Clark, a poor throw by Hulen on McVey'B force hit, and a steal home while tbe latter was being run down between first and second. Again in tbe third inning the Dukes scored two tallies on doubles by Everett and Kbnght, Tredway's error stretching the latter into three bases. Dooley'b single helped Ebright across tbe plate. Double hits by McGucken and Everett earned another run for the visitors in the fifth inning, and in the eighth two more were added to the score on three hits and an error. The Angels connected with the rub ber for their solitary run in the second inning, when Olenalvin walked to first, stole second and was scored by Bald win's single, that came desperately near falling into Stallinge' net. The score follows: LOS ANORI.ir.B. AB. B BH. SB FO. A.B Stafford, s s 4 0 0 0 0 4 1 Mi I'anli v, lb 4 O 1 1 7 1 O WrUht, c. f 4 O 2 1 1 0 0 Tredway, I. f 4 0 0 O 1 0 1 Olenalvin, 2 b 3 10 13 3 0 Lytle, r. 1 4 0 1 O 0 0 0 Baldwin, c 4 0 1 1 3 4 O Hulen. 3 b 2 O 1 1 3 3 1 Balsi, p 3 O 0 0 0 1 0 Total 32 1 fi 624 1« 3 BAN JOSE. AB. R. BH. SB.rO. A. K. McGucken, 1. f A 2 2 0 1 O 0 Everett, s s 4 1 3 0 1 5 2 Ebright, 2 b 4 2 2 0 0 2 1 Dooley, lb 4 1 2 O 8 O O Clark, 0 4110540 MeVev, c. f 4 O 1 O 1 0 0 Denny, 3 b 2 0 10 110 Stalllugs, r.f 3 0 0 0 4 1 0 Harper, p 3 O 0 1 O 1 O Total 32 712 1 27 14 3 BCOHK BY INNINGS. 123450780 Los Angeles lOOOOOOOO— I Hits 1 2 0 O 0 I 1 1 0-6 San lose 1 1201002 o—7 Hits 2 1 3 1 2 0 O 3 0-12 SUMMARY. Earned runs—Han Jose, 4. Three-base hits— McGucken, Everett. Two base bits—McGucken, Ebright, McVey, Everett 2. baotifloe hlis—Lytle, Baldwin. First base on errors—Los Angeles, 3; Ban Jose, L. Firnt base on called bal's-By Harper, 2; by Bal-z, 4. Left on bases—Los Angeles. 4; Ran lose, 5 Btruck out—By lla-per, 2; by Bil.z, 3. Double plays—-taffonl to Hulen; etafford to Glen lvlu; Malilngß to Denny. Pit'sed halls—Baldwin, 1. Time of gHßie—l hr ,40 m. Umpire —VcDouaid. Scorer—J. S. Bancroft. SWATLETS. Notes and Gossips About the National Pastime. Yesterday it was different. Good Boy Jimmy captured nil the in field honors by assists in two lightning double plays. All the outfielders accepted difficult chances. Remember the great double attraction for next Sunday—two games, all for one price of admission. The University Baseball club will cross bats with the Long Beach nine at tbe University grounds on Jeffereon Btreet this (Saturday) afternoon at 1 o'clock sharp. The game promises to be a good one. The first game at the Athletic park will be called at 1 o'clock. Tbe second game will probably commence at about 2:46. The following is the California league standing: CWBS. 3 ST 5= o a o a i £ 0 ueg i'!«<•<> 610. .507 .465 .417 The Daddies Again Defeated. San Francisco, Nov. 4.—At Piedmont this afternoon the Oaklands defeated the "Friscos. Score, 14 to 9 Dewald pitched for Oakland, and in the fifth inning the 'Friscos hit him hard, mak ing seven rune. Then German ritched the game out for Oakland. The 'Friscos played a miserable fielding game. Lost Once lost, it is difficult to restore the hair. Therefore be warned in time, lest you become bald. Skookum root hair grower stops falling hair. Sold by druggists. Fool Selling at Santa Ana. Santa Ana, Nov. 4—[Special ]—Pool tailing tonight in the Silkwood-Our Dick race was very light. At the opening Out Dick sold tbe favorite, at $8 to $10, but before the close of the Bale Silkwood was selling at even money. Fell Dead. These words are very familiar to our readers, bb not a day passes without the report of the sudden death of some prominent citizen. The explanation is "Heart Dl-eft6e." Therefore, beware If yon have any of the following symp toms, Short Breath, Pain in Side, Smothering Spells, Swollen Ankles, Asthmatic Breathing, weak and Hungry Spe'.lß, Tenderness ln Shoul der or Arm, Fluttering of Heart or Irregular Pulse. These symptoms m-an heart direase The m. st reliable remedy is Dr. Miles's Now Heart Cure, which has saved thousands of lives. Book of testimonials free at C. H Haace, who also sells the New Heart Cure. PUBLIC WORKS. Recommendations Adopted Yesterday by the Board. The board of public works yesterday reported as follows : Recommend that petition No. 658 from M. J. McQrew et al. be filed, as we have ordered tbe sidewalks placed as pe titioned for. Recommend that the street superin tendent road up Tennessee Btreet be tween Eighth and Hxteenth streets,and Santa Fe avenue between Seventh and Eigbt? enth crests, »«>d Albion street between Cheatnnt «treet and a point 200 feet east of the river. Recommend that petition No. 680 from P. W. Canangin regard toremovul of dirt on First Btreet, near Ohio street, be referred to the city engineer and Btreet superintendent. Recommend that petition No. 618 from R. W. Poindexter be filed, as the matter asked for has been acted upon. Recommend that petition No. 670, from (Jeorge H. Hutchinson et al., in regard to establishing the grade on Lon don street intersecting Casco street, be referred to the city engineer for the pre sentation of the necessary ordinance. Recommend that petition No. 659, from Frank Q. Young, for council to order a five foot sidewalk on both sides of Flower street between First aud Sixth streets, be referred bacK to petitioner for additional signature!). Recommend that the hlreet superin tendent be instructed to lay crosswalks at the following points: On tho west side of Fickctt street, across Michigan; on north Bide of Michigan avenue, across Fickett street; on north side of Penn sylvania avenue, across Fickett street; on west side of Fickett street, across Pennsylvania avenue; across East First street, opposite school house; on both eHcs of East First, across Mathews street; on the east side of Cummings, across Pennsylvania avenue; across Lo pez street, on the north side of Pleasant avenue; across Michigan avenue,on the east side or Pleasant avenue; across Alta street, south side of Down ey avenue; across Mozart Btreet, west side of Hayes street; acrosn Hayes Htreet, east side of Albion ; across Albion, south cide of Hayes; across Sixth street, each side of Los Angeles street; across Seventh street, each side of San Pedro street; across Beaudry avenue, south side of Bellevue avenue; at intersection of Centennial and Pearl streets; acroßß Hill street, Eouth side of Pico street; across Hill street, south Bide of Fourteenth Btreet; across Seventh street, north side of Broadway; across Eighth Btreet, north Bide of Broadway; across Georgia Belle street, south Bide of Eleventh street; across Pearl street to east car track ; across Elizabeth Btreet on north side of Date street; across Date street on tho east side of Macy street; across Flower street on the south side of Six teenth street. Recommend- that the city engineer present ordinance to grade the intersec tion of First aud Hill streets. Recommend that the street superin tendent be instructed to notify the Los Angeles Electric Railway company to put their tracks to the official grade be tween Hill and Olive streets on Second Btreet. Recommend that petition No. 533 of C. Gamier et al., with reference to reg ulating the manner of driving stock through the public streets of the city.be referred to the city attorney. Recommend that the city engineer be instructed to present ordinance of inten tion to construct cement Hide walk on the east side of Main street, between Winston and Fifth streets, of corre sponding width with that laid north and south ot Winston and Fifth streets. Recommend that petition No. 654 from H. lies et al., asking for the recon struction of a stairway located at the east end of an alley, near Pavilion ave nue, be denied, LEI US GIVK THANKS. The President's Proclamation for Thanksgiving Hay. Washington, Nov. 4. —Tbe following proclamation was is&ued this afternoon : Tbe gifts oi God to our people during the past year has been so nouudant and so special that the spirit of devout thanksgiving awaits not the call, but only tbe appointment of a day, when it may have common expression. He has stayed the pestilence at our doors; He has given us more love for free civil in stitutions, in the creation of which His directing providence was so conspicu ous ; he has awakened a deeper rever ence for the law ; He has widened our philanthropy by a call to succor distress in other lands; he has blessed our schools, aud is bringing forward a patri otic and God fearing generation to exe cute His great and benevolent designs tor our country; He has given us a great increase in material wealtb, and a wide diffusion of contentment and comfort in the homes of our people; He baß given His grace to the sorrowing. Now, therefore, I, Benjamin Harrison, president of the United States, do call upon all our people to observe, as we have been wont, Thursday, the 24th day of Ibis month of November, as a day of thanksgiving to God for His mercies, and of supplication for His continued care and grace. A Lively Scrap. A lively scrap occurred at the Ter minal depot last night about 11 o'clock between the 'longshoremen from San Pedro and several other parties. It seems that one of San Pedro's politi cians invited one of the sailors out to take a drink with him. The rest of the crowd went into the saloon, too, and the politician, after ordering his drinks, slipped out of tbe saloon and went on to the Terminal depot to catch the train for San Pedro. Tbe sailors found him in the waiting room of the depot, &nd about 15 of them started in to whip bim. Joe Ely, one of the Terminal company's employes, hearing the melee, went into the room and told the sailors to etop beating the man. The men then turned upon Mr. Ely, who, with Ward Hager, another of the employes, stood his ground and fought them off. The sailors, after this defeat, went into the car and left for home. No arrests were made. A Hoosler Tragedy. Lapobte, Ind., Nov. 4.—The dead body of Mrs. Coon Gaa waa found on the banks of Clear lake, this city, this morning, and the dead body of her hus band at the home of his parents about the same time. Qaa stabbed his wife to death and then took poison. Jealousy was the cause. They had been married four times and divorced three times. Qaa's brother iB serving a life sentence for wife murder. Dairymen, stockmen, livery-stable men and horse-car men unite in saying that no Buch horse and c .ttle liniment hs Salvation oil has ever be v put upon the matket. It should be kept al every stable and stockyard ln the land. 35 ct>. LOS ANGELES HERALD; SATUBDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1892. LONDON CABLE LETTER. GLADSTONE! CANNOT tIAKS GOOD HIS PROMISES. The Koine Knle Bill Is Not All tho Irish Expected—Monumetalists Will Predominate in the Mon etary Congress. London, Nov .4.—[Copyright, 1892, by the New York Associated Press.]— When Gladstone, soon after taking the reinß of office, held a conference with McCarthy and O'Brien on home rule, he gave them a distinct impression that the forthcoming bill of the Liberal government would pro vide for a full representation of Irish members in the imperial parlia ment. The progress of the bill in the cabinet councils during the present week has darkened the, prospects of its approval by the Nationalists. The sup porters of the ministry nay the cabinet is disciiEsiug favorably the clause to re tain Irißh representation in parliament, but to reduce the number of members entitled to vote on imperial questions only from 103 to 78, under the new scheme of the redistribution of seats. Another point regarding which the Irish leaders are likely to come into collision with the ministry ia the de cision that the imperial parliament shall, by a two-thirds majority, have the power to veto all bills passed by the Irish parliament. The Irish National ists demand that tho sole right to veto such bills be vested in tbe crown, under the direct advice of the Irish ministers. The McCarthyites are better pleased with the amendments giving the Irish parliament control over tbe police and jadiciary, and the Liberal provisions to settle the land questions after the funds under the existing purchase act are ex hausted. Both the Liberal and Conservative wire-pullers are trying to seize an advantage in the agitation spring ing up because of the depression of agriculture, to form a farmers' party. The demands made include a readjust ment of the rates of farmers' pay for holdings, the formation of land courts, the reduction of tithes and income taxes, and reform in the game law. The farm ers are now fearing the worst year known to the present generation, and are seek ing relief in immediate legislation on these lines. Now that the membership of the mon etary conference is fully made up, it is evident that the advocates of the single standard are in the majority England, Germany, Austria and Belgium will send delegates having a preponderance of mono-metalists, yet the growing helief in London financial circles is that the conference will effect some arrangement. The talk formerly indulged in about the futility of the congress is no longer heard. The president of the institute ot bankers, in his inaugurai address, referred to the currency ques tion aB urgently demanding a reasonable settlement. The duty of the govern ment, he said, is to find a practical remedy, for the existing difficulties could never be met by theoretic discus sion. This declaration has great signifi cance as a distinct advance in the treatment of the subject. The attitude of the English delegates is expected to guide the decisions to a great degree. They have as yet received no definite in structions. It is reported that the gov ernment is considering the suggestions by influential firms of Manchester, Liverpool and London to settle tbe question upon the basis of reciprocal concessions, tbe gold -standard countries taking silver coins at par, and tbe stiver countries giving in return a reduction in tariffs. A leading expert on the subject told the Associated Press correspondent that reciprocity upon a silver coinage basis would be impracticable. fMUi At the drag store, a valuable package, worth its weight in gold. My hair has stopped falling and all dandruff has dis appeared since I found skookum root hair grower. Ask your druggist about it. Boston, Nov. 4 —Immediately after the close of the presidential campaign the Socialistic Labor party will begin energetic eight-hour ogitation. Toe leaders of the party state that they have followers in every trade union and assembly of the Knights of Labor in tbe state, and these men are expected to work up the largest eight-hour movement that the working people have ever engaged in. Every effort will be made to bring about a tremendous eight-hour strike on May Ist next. Used iv Millions of Homes— Years the Standard Analyzing the Baking Powders, Royal Reported Superior to all others in Strength and Purity. Office of Chemist of } lowa State Board of Health. > Dcs Moines, March 4, 1892. \ I have analyzed all the principal brands of baking powders sold in this State. The results show that the Royal has* the highest leavening power of any powder examined, and is composed of pure and wholesome ingredients, of a character perfectly proper for use. Baking tests with it gave biscuit very light, white, sweet and wholesome. No other powder gave results so satisfactory. Floyd Davis, E. M., M. Sc., Ph. D. Prof, of Chemistry £>raie University, lowa College of Physicians and Surgeons, Dean of lowa College of Phar- maty. Chemist of lowa State Board of Health, etc, ett. JCleht-Hour Acitntion. THE CAMPAIGN IN KANSAS. A. Democratic Club Breed—Mrs. Lease ou Her Mettle. Toi'eka, Kan,, Nov. 4. —A Democratic flambeau club, while Inarching in a Weaver procession last night, was rot ten-egged and stoned all along the route. Several were injured. Chairman Jones of the Democratic state committee left the Weaver meeting because of a mis understanding with Mrs. Lease, who demanded permission to speak. There was a lively time. After Weaver's speefih the crowd began calling for Mrs. Lease. Jones said she was compelled to leave to catch a train. Just then Mrs. Lease appeared on the stage, shouting: "Mrs. Lease is here and demands per mission to speak to the people -of Kansas." Senator Peffer and General Weaver tried in vain to pacify her. She began a speech to the crowd amid wild enthu siasm, and denounced the politicians who were running the fusion campaign. Sho declared that the people must aEsert themselves. After the meeting Mrs. Lease hunted up Chairman Jones and declared she would cancel all her Kansas dates. Argentine Advices. Valparaiso, Nov. 4. —A telegram from Buenos Ayres says: General Boca has told the government that unless support is given Governor Rojas, civil war will begin in the interior provinces. EJuardo Galler, head of the clearing house, has absconded with $2,000,000. Charles Reed of the Fairview stud farm, near Ga'latin, Term., is at Buenos Ayres, trying to buy the race horse Ormonde, to take to the United States. The price is £25,000. A dispatch from Santiago del Estero Btates that the federal government has accepted the resignation of the legisla ture, retaining those favorable to Rojas. The Demand for Small Currency. Washington, Nov. 4. —It is said" at the treasury department that every possible effort is being made to satisfy the stead ily increasing demand for $1 and $2 notes. Over $00,500,000 of these are now in circulation, nn increase since July, 1881. of $21,000,000. Besides this, over 61,500.000 standard silver dollars are in circulation, aud nearly $06,000,000 fractional silver. The> shipments of currency have averaged over $200,000 daily for the past few dayß. Acting Treasurer Whelpley save the heavy de mand for small notes indicates unusuul business activity in anticipation of in creased trade during the coming holi days. Probable Trouble ln Alabama. Montgomery, Ala., Nov. ap pointment of deputies by United States Marshal Walker, and the subsequent telegram of General Shelly, chairman of the Democratic campaign committee, to the chairman of the Dallas county committee, to arrest the deputies, should they come within 30 feet of the polls, has cause apprehension that there will be a conflict between the state and fed eral authorities on election day. Gen eral Shelly is determined to make the state law paramount in the manasement of the election. Marshal Walker is equally determined that the United States statutes shall control. He has so instructed his deputies. A Conflict ln North Carolina. Ralkioh, N. Oy Nov. 4.—An order for the arrest of A. W. ShefFer, chief super visor of elections for this district, has been issued, having been secured by B. (jr. Reid, register of elections, who was arreeted by Sheffer. This is done in conformity with the opinion of the state attorney general that Sheffer's arrest was illegal. The matter will probably lend to a conflict in the courts as to federal and state jurisdiction. The case will go before the state court. Feeling against Sheffer runs high. The state will assert its rights in what r.romises to be a notable case. A Waspish Sting. What some wagierms "the business end of a wasp" stings with scarcely more ai uteness than the acid eructations of gas from the stomach to the gullet that are characterized as heartburn. Never was there a case of indiges tion without this symptom. Both cause and elT.iOt ara removable by the flue carminativo tonic. Hostetter's Stomicn Bitters, when con fer regularity and vigor upon « di-ordered and enfeebled stomsch with certalnU and des pat -h. Besides checklnarthe pr.inks of of are beiliou« stomach, the Bitters wakes up a dor mant liver and causes the bowels to act like clockwork »n immense reputation has also h -en won by this p-ofessioually approved mcd ii me as a meansof eradicating and preventing malarial trouble, and counteracting a tendency to rheumatism and kidney complaints.. Neu ralgia ami nervousue's are also remedied by it. An Kye for Kffect. Jinks—Why don't they muke bicycle wheels with wooden spokes, the same as carriage wheels? Binks—Why, to one could tell which were the spokes and which were tbe lags.—New York Weekly. A GRKAV STItIKK. Twenty-five 1 hounnnd M>n to Quit Work in New Orleeus Today. Nkw Orleans, La., Nov. 4. —A gen eral strike has been called for noon to morrow, and it will include every union in the city except the Typographical union. The expected stampede from the direction of the typos did not occur, aB the leaders convinced the men that it was never intended for the printers to strike, as it was important to preserve the press as a medium of com munication with the public. The order will throw some 25,000 men out of employment, and serious reeults are feared. A special meeting of the city council is called for tomorrow, and the militia have received secret orders to be in readiness in case of an emergency. A Bookkeeper Abaccnde. San Francisco, Nov. 4. — Herman Waldeck, bookkeeper for J. Kahn & Co., tobacco merchants, has Bkipped out with at least $15,000 of his employers' money, and perhaps more. He was ac companied by a young woman known as Annie Smith. Waldeck had been in the employ of the firm four years, and was trusted implicitly. Nearly all the money received and paid out by the firm passed through his hands. The Detroit Case. Lansing, Mich., Nov. 4.—The supreme court today denied the mandamus aeked by D. J. Campan, chairman of the Dem ocratic state central committee, to com pel tbe Detroit common council to rescind the appointment of election inspectors of that city. The court holds that the council had full powers in the matter. Friendship and Love. I In the hierarchy of tho affections, women place love before friendship; men place friendship before love, as did the man of whom Alphonse Karr told, who, on being refused by a lady who offered to remain his fi iLiid. replied; "Thanks, madam, but 1 do uot know you well enough. 1 love you. I desire to marry yon, but my friend—no. Friendship im plies knowledge, respect, congeniality of tastes. I would have; to know you belter before accepting yon as a friend." —San Francisco Argonaut, Local Coloring. A conscientious painter sent to the "Salon" a canvas representing a view iv Newfoundland. "What a queer smell there is about this picture!" exclaimed one of the mem bers of the hanging committee as he ex amined it. 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