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I 4 THED 1nErVA THFEISVASIIJNGTON WASHINGTON I J GTON TIMES TI II S MONDAY JULY 6 1900 190
I CiD BASPJBALL LJLl AsrVD JJL1 ALL DELEHANTY DELEHANTYSTILL STILL MISSING 0 R ROWJJG O I 1 V G rJ CANOEISTS CANOEISTSIN IN 1STS CAMP e B BOX7IG O GI
ED EDDELEHANTYSTILL EDDELEHANTYSTILLCIIMONG VELEHANTY STILL STILLcAMONG STILLlMONG
I
cAMONG THE Eii MISSING
Loftus and the Players P1aers Are AreStilt AreStill
Stilt in the Dark as to the theWhereabouts theWhereabouts
Whereabouts of the Dila Dilator Dilatory
tory tor Rightfielder RightfielderIt ightfielclerIt
It Is Intimated Inti1J2ated That the Big BigFellow BigFelloWHasBem
Fellow FelloWHasBem Has HasBeen Been Tampered TamperedWith TamperedWith
With By b One of the Na National National
tional League Magnates MagnatesYesterday MagnatesYcsterd
Yesterday Ycsterd Tcsterth3rsis Y l was nsn a day of r rest for the theSenators theSenators
Senators the majority of whom spent it itquietly itquietly
quietly lounging around their hotels hotelswhere hotclswhere
where they were visited by their many manyfriends
friends friends and admirers one and all anx anxious anxIous ¬
ious to extend congratulations over their theirunexpected theirunexpected
unexpected and most refreshing victory victoryof victor victorof
of Saturday SnturdayTbe
x
Tho chief topic of conversation eo ersaUon as aswas nswas
was to be expected was the recent dis disappearing disappearing diaappearing ¬
appearing act or Dclehanty who has hasvanished hnsvanished
vanished as completely as though the theearth theearth
earth had opened and swallowed swa1low d him himEach himEach
Each and every member of the team is isnt Isnt
nt a complete loss as to how to account accountfor necountfor accountfor
for the big fellows latest escapade escapadetheir escnpadcihelr cschpadetheir
their very reticence upon the subject subjectwhen subjectwhen subjectvhcn
when questioned questlonedb7 by an outsider ou ldori lending lendingColor lendingolor
Color olor to the rumor that he is the latest latestof latestr
of r tho American Leaguers who has ha been beentampered beentampered
tampered with by bYBome some ono of tho Na National a aUonal ¬
tional Leaguq magnates This hls theory 1cory
however Lbftus L Ztu tus refuses to tQa accept cept for a amoment 11moment
moment moment1 while the players simply shrug shrugtheir shrugtheir
their shoulders and look wise wisePrefers wisePrefers
Prefers New York YorkIt YorkIt YorkIt
It has long been known that Dclo Dclolianty I Ibanty
banty has had leanings toward Now NowTork NewYork NwYork
York and that that he will not rest content contentuntil conteht contehtunUl
until he Is wearing the uniform of a aGiant n nGIant aGiant
Giant and under tho protecting protectlngwlng wing of ofJohn otJohn
John McGraw > JWU Wde betide him hhn if 1 his hisdreams hisdrenms
dreams aretealized1 arcr ari I1zed He twill 1llnot1lnd not vOnd In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the abbreviated and hustling young New NewYorker NewYorker Nessorker
Yorker orker the easy going methods employed employedby employedby employedby
by Tom Loftus of Washington WashingtonIn
In a measure Loftus is greatly to be beblamed bebl bcI
blamed bl mcd for allowing matters to roach roachtheir roachtheir roacbtheir I
their present shape It was manifest manifestfrom manifestfrom manifestfrom
from the beginning that Delehanty did didn didot
J n ot > t want to play with Washington and andat andat an I
at that time he h was a valuable asset assetand assetnnd assetuid
and would have been eagerly snapped up upby upbY u uby
by any team in IneUbor either league leaguoa4ra and a 1Jn a good goodConditions go goodman d dman
man or two g1v n Cctln rfr hlFr hlFrConclitions hijncontions
Conditions Changed Changedj ChangedNow
j Now ow however these conditions have havematerially hayetnaterlally havematcriaIly
materially changed and at best Dele Delechanty DeleAianty
chanty lhnnty can only onlybe bo regarded In tho light lightof lightot lightDf
of an unruly player a disorganizer and andone andno andnno
one no beyond the control ot a far too toolenient tooentent toolenient
lenient lenient manager managerIn managerIn managerIn
In these troublous times when the thetwo thetwo
atwo two leagues are on the th verge ver verio o of open openiwarfaro openwarfaro opexwarfaro theI I
iwarfaro warfaro and the president of each Is Ishatching Istatchlng
hatching the other as a cat watches watchesJL watchosJmouse watchoL
Jmouse JL L mouse the situation slluaUonls Is alarming for fortjuet tordust forijuat
dust as sure as a National magnate were wereto wereto wer
to make a play to secure the services servicesol a
ol Delehanty Delehant war to the knife would wouldensue wouldtnsue wouI wouInsuo I
ensue especially following so closely closely0n closelYn
0n n the heels ot the Elberfleld Elberfleldjnd and Davis Daviscases Daviscases DavI DavIcases I
cases casesDoubleHeader casesDoubleHeader casesDoubleHeader
DoubleHeader Today TodayThe TodayThe TodayThe
The Senators play their th thejr < < ir flrtdouble flrtdoubleheader fit fliOUI fliOUIheader oub e eheader
header today and tne ui iariswlllhavoan iariswlllhavoanopportunity af1srw ansvfli l1 uioan havonropportunity uioanopportunity
opportunity to see leatherlunged Bill BillClarke BIl1Clarke BilClarke
Clarke on first and MalachI Klttrldge Klttrldgewill Klttrldgew11l Kittridgcwilt
will make his Initial bow to a Wash Washington WashIngton Washlngton
ington audience in Senatorial togs togsCase togsCase togsCase
Case Fatten will 111 pitch the first game gamewhich gamewhich gamewhich
which will be called at 230 oclock and andWilson andWllson an anWilson
Wilson will occupy the slab in the sucr sucrcccdlng sue succeedlng
cccdlng contest to start ten minutes minutesafter mln minuteafter tes tesntter 3
after the conclusion con c noluslon lus1on ot of the 1 first ffr r1t t Bejn Dernhard l3qrnhard
hard hard and andJossnr aadJossa Joss are JJlat slated latdto dJ9 fp do q the thelag 1 twjrl tv1r tv1rIng
1 Ing for the visitors visitorsPoor visitoraPoor V7 f fPoor
Poor Stick Work WorkWashington WorkTashington WorkWashington
Washington makes but a sorry bid for forbatting torbatting foj r rbatUng
batting honors as la readily shown by bytho bythe b r
the positions occupied by members ot otlts ofIts 0 rr r
> Its team Chick Stahl of tho Boston Bostonclub Bostonclub Bostoiclub l
club still leads but tho honors really reallybelong reallybelong renli F Fbelong
belong to Parent of Boston who has hasplayed hasplaycd ha a aplayed
played In sixty sixtygumca games and has an anaerage anaerageat average averageot C Cot
ot 358 358Delohanty 356Delehanty 3513Delohanty
Delohanty Is Is the only Senator in the th thBOe
200 80 class having a mark of 333 and andstanding andstnndlng ani ii iitandIng
standing fifth on tho list listRyan listRyan listRyan
Ryan Is tho thirtieth with 281 tying
Willie Keeler Orth thirtyfourth with wit
278 Martin thirtyninth with 273 gel Selbach gelbach ol olbach
bach fiftysixth with 245 Clarko fifty fiftyninth fittynInth fiftyninth
ninth 238 Coughlin seventyfirst with wit
226 Moran eightyfirst with 216 216Carey 216Carey 216Carey
Carey eightythird with 198 1 8 Robin Robinson Roblnson Robinson
son and Lee eightysixth elghtyslx1hand and eighty elghtywith clghtyseenth eightyseventh
seventh with UJQ eac1 D Drill SlI nlnoUetlt nlnoUetltwith ninotictt ninoticttwlth
with 167 and Patton at nlthe tho century centurytcark conturynark contur conturmark
nark with oUoS oUoSIndividual 114 114Individual 114Individual
Individual Hitters HittersIn HittersIn
In individual hitting tho Senators fare farebut farebut far a abut
but little bettor bettor Ryan alono being in inthe Inthe I n nthe
the first flight
Total TotalPlayers TotalPlayna 1 1Playm
Players 2D 3D 4B D ErDKreeiiMn ELDJreelnsn ErD EnFreeman
Freeman Doeton oeton 17 1 1Oybold 11 f 83 83ybohl 8 3 38rybold
Oybold ybohl Athletic b 23 8 LIHckinan 5 75 751lickman 7 7likkrnan
IHckinan Cle C1 Cleeland land 16 0 4 CO 6 6larent 0 0larent
larent Hoslon BeatenIT o ton 17 n 0 i iDaria 1 6 S
Daria Athletics 10 10Bradley 8 a LS 6 S
Bradley Cleveland 12 i iRyan 6 2 l 6 O
Ryan Washington 17 1 1Club 8 49 49Club t tClub
Club Batting BattingTho BattingTho Battingrho
Tho Senators occupy the same position positionin a ain
in club hitting they did last week weeknext weeknextto next nextto t tto
to last The club showing Is as follows followsClubs tolJowaClubs followaClubs
Clubs AD IU It 1L 11 SIL Sit SB Pet
Athletics Ath t S 2077 271 670 45 5 75 274 27 4 i
Detroit 1702 1 332 4W 00 70 M 6 273 273otoa 27 a
Roetonl otoa 2129 300 oo 674 74 01 76 200 20 i
Cleveland i ltt 196 < 6 244 M2 C8 BO 203 26
ChkMRc hicae 1007 231 48 02 83 201 26 I
1 St Louis Lou 1707 170 263 432 00 0 CO 223 21 2
Waibfngtoa 1802 183 83 444 U 37 CO M 239 2382bw i
KOw York 1782 1 8Z 200 20 403 OS 67 OS 223 223Club 22nC1ub 21 p pClub
Club Fielding FieldingIn
In fielding fieldlngtho the club moved up one peg pegand pegand pe g gand
and is now sixth sixthClot sixthClubs sixthClubs <
Clot Clubs P A E Pn 3 rd P
Athletics lWO 1 7S2 102 4 050 fJMoeton 05 I IClot
Boston oeton 1870 810 101 101fit 0 Iits Iitsfit 5 5lit
fit Louis 1378 721 P3 8 058 05 8
> Detroit 1400 000 105 7 049 9
New York 13 1Me 704 70 lID 7 017 01
Washington 1430 000 117 6 I 615 01 5
Cliiago 1888 1 8 703 110 8 040 04 o
Cleveland 1603 747 74 133 10 910 910The GtOThe Oli I IThe
The Wily Ban BanAnont BanAnont Ban4tnont
Anont tho late wrangle between the theAmerican thoAmerlcnn tb 8 8S
S American and National NatlonalLcagues Leagues Sam SamCrane SamCrane Sar xi xiCrane
Crane has tho following to say sayOne sayr BayOne
r One thing can bo said about tho Ui 0
I American A League and that is that If Ifthcro Itthero ifere
thcro th tha ere are any internal dissensions in it Itand
and a nd there must be many manyIts its officials officialshave officialshave officialsavo
h have avo sense enough to keep kcep them from fromtho fromthe frome
hth
t the th e public publicThe publIcThe publicThe
The twelveclub consolidation conolidat1on schome schemeWas schomeIns schomeas
Was Ins as the first ripple on tho unruffled wa wnters
t ters te rs of harmony Ban Johnson sprung sprungthat sprungthat sprungat
teth
that th thte at scheme and whether it was for ul ulterior ulterior ulnor ¬
terior te nor motives or not he bamboozled bamboozledGarry bamboozledGl1rry
Garry G Gli arry Hermann Into focusing all the thelimelight thu1tmeUght themelight
limelight li on himself and it took all allkinds allkinds allinds
kinds k inds of public denials to set tho matter matterright
right ri ght before the public publicHermann publicHermnnn publicHermann
Hermann throw up up both hands and andsold andBald andaid
sold s aid tho hot air thrown out about it itastounded Itastounded ittounded
sas
astounded as asp tounded him And yet with the ex experlence experience
perlence p erience gained by that hotair fake talceMr
Mr M r Hermann was again putty in the thohands thehands
hands b ands of tho wily Ban in the Davis mat matter matter ¬
ter t er President Pulllam was slighted and andIgnored andIgnored
Ignored i His official position was Jeop Jeopardlzcd Jeopardlzedor
ardlzedor a ardlzcd or throats made to mako it itseem It8cem
seem s eem so and again Mr Hermann camo camoto camoto
to t o the front or was forced there by byBan byBnn byan
Ban B an Johnson as the prospective base baseball haseball ¬
ball b a1 Moses MosesIt Moses MosesIt
It is New No Yorks big receipts and tho thosurprising thosurprhrtng
surprising s success of the Giants that thathave thathave
have h ave caused the attacks and Is nothing nothingbut nothln nothlnbut
but b ut Jealousy Fortunately President PresidentPulllam ProsllIentlulUan
l Pulllam showed himself hln sc1t to bo somethiug somethiugmore lIomcthlugmore
more than a paid employe employeThe cmplocThe
The interests of the National NaU nal and andAmerican andAmerican
American A American Leagues are not identical identicalneither Identicalneither
neither n is peace or veiled peaco rather ratherbetween ratheretween
between b etween them necessary for tho per permanence pormnnoncc pernanonce ¬ I
manence i or wellbeing of baseball They Theyare Theyare
are a re rivals and behind tho flimsy films screen screenof i ior
of o f socalled peaco they arc tho bitterest bitterestof
of o f enemies with axes out for decapita decapitation decapitation ¬
ol
tion l whenever the opportunity offers offersPeace ottersPeace
Peace means tho reduction of players playerssalaries plaerssalaries
salaries s and that is as far as the false falsesentiment falsesenUmcnt
ss
sentiment s of harmony harmo y goes Under such suchconditions suchconditions
conditions c It behooves the magnates of ofboth ofboth I
both organizations to cling together to toJiitvo I Ihre
Jiitvo j hre 4tvo team work that they so much harp harpon harpon
on on o n to their players It Itisn ItIs is now now w as it itwas Itwas
was before the poace pact was signed in inCincinnati InCincinnatithe inCincinnatithe
Cincinnati Cincinnatithe tho survival of tho fittost fittostnd fittest fittestAnd
And nd may the best league win winBradley winBradley winBradley
Bradley or Collins CollinsWho CollinsWho COllinsWho
Who Is the greatest third baseman basemanin basomnnIn
in I n America AmericaJoo AmericaJoo AmericaJoe
Joo Cantlllon says shyS Bradley of the theCleveland theCleeland theCleveland
Cleveland team Is the peer peerCollins peorCo peerCollins
Collins Co III ns Cross and Leach Lc chhave have their theirfollowinz thoJrfollowln
following followinzTim followln followlnTim followingTim
Tim Murnane of otBoston Boston an authority authorityon
on these things has some interesting interestingcomments Interostin Interostincomments interestingcomments
comments to make regarding tho Infield Infieldcrs Infielders
ers Says he h hespeaking speaking of Bradley BradleyHis DradleyHls BradleyHis
His fielding in the last Cleveland Clevelandeerlcs Cleelandseries Clevelandseries
series in Boston Was simply phenomenal phenomenalHis
His short field work outclassed anything anythingthat anythingthat anythinthat
that I ever saw on a ball field On sov sovoral sovoral soyoral
oral occasions he went back of the thepitcher thopltchor thcpitcher
pitcher and fielded the ball to flrst rdt witihis with withhis
I
his wonderful underhand throw to toholp toholphim help helphim I Ihim
him out Collins was putting up a great groatgamo greatgamo L Lgame
gamo at third in the same series He He WM waastronger WMstronger wmstronger
stronger than Bradley on fast ground groundballs groundballs grount i iballs
balls to his left and covered cove rod more ground groundbock groundback groun i iback
back of the base He handled thrown thrownballs thrownballs throwiballs
balls bettor and made remarkable long longdistance longdlstanco longdistance ¬
distance plays playsBradley playsBradley playsadley
Bradley adley Made More Fuss FussBradley FussDradley FussBradley
Bradley made more fuss and natural naturally naturally naturally ¬
ly would catch tho crowd while Collins Collinsmade Camusmade Collizumade
made all plays in perfect position and anddepended anddeponded anc ancdepended
depended wholly on his hands No false falsemotions ralsomotions faIs faIsmotions
motions could bo detected In Collins Collinswork CoUlnawork Collinswork
work while Bradley made one think that thathe thathe I Ihe
he was playing In great luck luckBradley luckuDrndley luckBradley
Bradley got away awa from the mark first firstwhile firsthileColl1ns firstVhlle
while hileColl1ns Collins had tho surest hand hands and andwas andwns am I Iwas
was always in a better position to follow followup rollhup follOvup
up his lead Collins is tho same year In Inand inand Ix Ixand
and year ear out outS and never has off spells spellsIf spellsIt spellsIf
If Bradley kept up the style of game he heput hoput h x xput
put up In Boston it would be a toss up upbetween upbetween ci cibetween
between the two great players and I Iclass Iclass Iclass
class both above any others in the busi business busiLeach ¬ I InC5S
ness nessLeach
Leach was In Boston with Plttsburg Plttsburgand Plttsburgand Pittaburiand
and had plenty of work but was shy shyseveral shyseveral sh r rseveral
several points of being a Collins or a aBradley nBrnd1ey i z zBradley
Bradley Ho Is small and looks good but buthas buthas bu t
has not tho reach of the other two twowhen twowhen twowhen
when all allaro are out for the goods goodsCLARKE goodsCLARKE goodsCLARKE
CLARKE MAY NOJ PLAY PLAYAGAIN PLAYAGAIN
AGAIN AGAINThIS THIS SEASON SEASONPittsburgh SEASONPitts SASfflPittsburga I
Pittsburgh Pitts burgs Captain Injures a Liga Ligament Ligament Ligament ¬
ment in His Throwing Wing WingPITTSBURO WingPrMSBURO WingPITTSBURO
PITTSBURO Pa July C GFred Fred Clarke Clarkecaptain ClarkecaptaIn Clarkccaptain
captain of the Pirates Is probably out outof outoC ou t tof
of tho game for the remainder of the theseason thesenson th thseason
season After reaching for one of Doolns Doolnshits Doolnshits Doom Doomhits
hits In tho ninth Inning in Saturdays Saturdaysgame Saturdaysgame Saturdaygame
game Clarke left tho field with a sore sorearm sorearm sor sorarm
arm This morning It bothered him himseverely himsCorely hit hitseverely
severely and he visited a physician physicianHo vhyslclanHe physicianHo
Ho learned that a ligament in his bisthrowing histhrowing hi hithrowing
throwing arm ar was torn and It will re roQuiro reQuire require
Quire several weeks before tho arm armmends nrmmends art artmends
mends sufficiently to o allow him to play playagain playagaIn pla plaagain
again Others say it means retirement retirementfor rotlrementCor rotiramenfor
for tho season Smith Phelps Bransfield Bransfieldand Bransfieldand Branafleland
and Clarke arc now cripples and ono of ofthe attho c If Ifthe
the pitchers will bo put In the left field fieldHarry fieldHnrry 1
Harry McChesney McChesne of Homestead will willprobably w111probnbly wi U Uprobably
probably be played tomorrow Clarke Clarkewill Clarkew1lI 0 0will
will coach tho team from tho bench benchInformation bonchlInformation
lInformation + Information for Fishermen Fisherm FishermenI FishermenCondition nI nICondition I A ACondition I i ii
Condition of water WaterGroat Great Falls FallsTemperature FaIlsTemperature FallsTomporature
Temperature 76 condition 1 Dalocarlia Dalocarliareservoir DalecarllnroservolrTomperatun a areservoirTemperature
reservoir roservolrTomperatun Temperature 78 condition at atnorth a Lt Ltnorth
north connection 1 condition at south southconnection southconnuctlon sour Ii Iiconnection I
connection 6 Georgetown O < < orgotown distributing distributingreservoir distributingrcservolrTemporature distribu tin K KreservoirTemperature
reservoir rcservolrTemporature Temperature 77 condition at atinfluent atInf1uont a t tinfluent
influent gatahouso 3 condition at afflu affluent nfIluent afilugatohouao ¬
ent gatohouuo 3 Washington city reser reservoir TesarolrTompornture resorvoirromporaturo ¬
voir olrTompornture Tomporaturo 80 condition nt in influent Influent influent ¬
fluent 3 condition at affluent n luent 5 5FIRE 5FIRE 5FIRE
FIRE WRECKS RECKS COLLEGE COLLEGEDELAWARE COLLEGEDELAWARE
DELAWARE Ohio July GElliot GElliotHall 6Ellichall Elliot ElliotHall it
Hall of tho Wesleyan University and andwhich andwhich an
which contained the laboratory laboratorYI1brnry laboratorYI1brnryand library libraryand Iibrarland r
and gymnasium of the institution was wasdestroyed wasdestroyed wa a adestroyed
destroyed by fire Saturday Saturda night caused causedby causodby cause d dby
by fireworks
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INTERGlUB GKNOEISTS GKNOEISTSI NOLST NOLSTENTERTAIN
ENTERTAIN FRIENDS FRIENDSMembers FRIENDSlIenlbers FIEW8cnthers
I
j Members t cnthers of Association in inCamp inCtunp ill illCamp
Camp at Little Litt1 Falls FallsSUNDAY FallsSUNDAY FallsUNDAY
SUNDAY S i PLEASANTLY SPENT SPENTOfficers SPENTOfficers SPENTfficers
Officers Q fficers Elected for Ensuing Year With WithAdrian WithAdrian WithAdrian
Adrian Sizer as CommodoreBreak Commodore Commodores CommodoreBreak
s h Break Camp Wednesday WednesdayThe WednesdayTho WednesdayThe
The Tho Inter Club Canoe Association Associationwhich ASSOciationhich AuoelaUonwhich
which w hich now numbers upward of sixty sixtymembers sixtymombors sityembers
3 members m embers is having a 0 successful camp up uptho up uptbe uphe
tho t < he river above Little Falls and oppo opposite opposite oppoite ¬
site s ite Sycamore Island < Eight or nine ninetents ninetonts nineents
tents t ents arc clustered in a a pretty grove grovewhich groewhich grovehich
which w hich lends Itself admirably to camping campingpurposes campingpurposes campingurposes
purposes p Rustic seats have boon con constructed constructed contructed ¬
structed s and a landing for the canoes canoesOn canoosOn canoesGa
On the Fourth of July many visitors visitorsIncluding visitorsncluding IeltorsIncluding
Including I a number of ladle ladl spent the theday theda theay
day da d ay at tho camp and in thoevenlng thoeventn all allthe allthe allhe
the t he campers and visitors wore royally royallyentertained royallyentertnlned
entertained e by the High Island Camping CampingClub CampingClub Campinglub
Club C lub at their permanent camp camp and club clubhouse clubhouse clubouse ¬
house h ouse on High Island Fireworks Flr works were weroprovided wereprovldod wererovided
provided p rovided the island was illuminated by byhundreds byhundreds byundreds
hundreds h of Chinese lanterns and the theHigh tboHigh theigh
High h igh Island Club Cl b did the honors in fine fineshape fineshape finehape
shape s hape for the Interclub Canoe campers campersLadies cunpersLadies campersLadies
Ladies Night on River RiverSunday RiverSunday RiverSunday
f j
Sunday was a pleasant pleasa t day at the thecamp th thcamp theamp
camp c amp and more visitors I ltors were enter entertained entertained enteramed ¬
tained t In tho afternoon the annual annualmeeting an annualmeeting Dual Dualmecllng
meeting of tho I C C A wag fail hold at atwhich atwhich athich
which w hich Commodore Adrian Sizor presided presidedPlans pru presidedlans lded ldedPlans
Plans P lans were made to enlarge the mem membership memborshlp memurship ¬
bership b of the Canoe Club Association Associationand A soclatlon soclatlonand
and a nd also to give weekly entertainmentssmokers entertainmentssmokers entertainments onterteinmentsmokers
smokers s or ladies nights OB the rlvor rlvorTho rlvorTho riverThe
Tho new officers of the association associationelected auoclat1onoloctOO associationlocted
elected e for tho coming year > ear are as fol follows tollows folaws ¬
lows l aws Commodore Adrlnu Adr n Sheer vice vicecommodore viceommodore f c ccommodoro
commodore c Odell Whlpple rear com commodore commodore cornmodoro ¬
modore John O Evans treasurer Wil William VIl VIllIant Vlliani ¬
liam l iani W V Stevens secretary George O OSlaybaugh OSlabaugh 0Slaybaugh
Slaybaugh librarian and custodian culltOdlan L LF LEborbnch LF
F Eborbach purser II S Whiting WhitingElected WhitingElected WhitingElected
Elected to membership on the executive executivecommittee exoeuUecommittee executiveommittee
committee c Messrs Whelpley Garrett GarrettOConnell GarrettOConnell
OConnell and Stodder Stodderf StodderCamp StodderCamp
f Camp Roster Ro RoaterThe ter terThe
The camp roster ro ler 6n n Sunday Includedtho Included ft luded ludedthe
the t he following Z D Blackistone C C W WStoddor WStoddor V VStod4or
Stoddor Stod4or William F Bowen Lawrence V VEborbacb JI JIEborbach I
Eborbach O W Whipple Frank P Lib Libber Llbber ¬
ber W I Garrett W B Whipple Wal Walter Waltor Waler ¬
ter t er L Tonnoy G E Slaybaugh J F FMedbury FModbur
Medbury Modbur Robert Potwin Fred C OCon OConnell OConnell OConnell ¬
nell a C W Fainbanks W Yo W Stevens StevensAdrian SleenaAdrian StevensAdrian
Adrian Sizor Eugene Gough J O Evans EvansE vans vansE
E TJ D Finch E S Evans and Edward dw rd Q QMoses QMoses QMoses
Moses MosesThis MosesTh MosesTh1s
This Th evening will 111 be ladloe ul night bt nt ntthe nttho althe
the camp and music and entertainment entertainmentwill cnatortalnll1ootw1ll
will be b provided Tuesday evening It Is Isplanned Isplanned lx I
planned to have anotfefer anot1t r of the nppular IfJPulrstag nppularstag ipulxstag
stag smokers and Wednesday evening eveningtho even1n even1nthe enlne enlnetho
tho camp will probably be broken brokenPUR bokenARTHUR btokenAIITIIII
PUR ARTHUR OOFFEY FFEY WINS WINSHIS WINSk 18
k HIS 111 FIRST RAGE IIALIEABROAIII IIALIEABROAIIIDoes ABROAD ABROADDoes
Does Hundred Yards in Ten Sec Secondsan Secn Seconcisin
ondsan n lsin England EnglandArthur EngJandArthur EnglandArthur
Arthur Duffey Duff the local collegian collegianadded collegianadded eollegianadded
added another laurel leaf to tothttvrth tothttvrthwhich thu thirdat1 thirdat1which 7friJath 7friJathwhich
which 1ms for a year oar or more adorned adornedhis adorned adornedhis adorsichis
his brow at the Northampton athletic athleticmeet nthleUcmoot athlethmoot
moot held In London on Saturday SaturdayDuffey SaturdR SaturdRDuttey SaturdayDuffey
Duffey loft Washington on June 17 to toeras tocrop
eras the briny brio deep de and promised his hisfriends hiefriends hb hbfriends I
friends that he hewould would bring back ba k every everyprize everyprlz evor r
prize prlz for which he would compete in inthe ii iithe x rx I Ithe
the Old World The little UttlerelloW fellow made madegood i igood
good beginning Saturday and as he Is In Inexcellent ii z I Ioxcellont
excellent condition there is every reason reasonto relUlOaI relUlOato ii I
ressoit
to believe that he will not disappoint disappointhis dlsappolntihis disappoinhis t
his many friends and admirers admirersDispatches admlrorsm admirersDisptchos
Dispatches m patehe from London give the In Information Information ¬
formation that a D record breaklns breaJdn crowd crowdof erowdot crow ri
of Britons turned out to see the Yankee Yankeeburn Yankeoburn Yankeburn U
burn the cinder path and that Duffey Duffeyswept DUlreyswept Duffe y
ya
swept every blooming red coat out of his hispath hispath lxi a
path both in the trial heat and In the thefinal theftnal th thfinal S
final A As the track was heavy or dead deadas deadas deadas
as our humorless cousins put it Arthurs Arthurstime Arthurstime Arthur a
aa
time for the 100yard dash 10 seconds secondsfiat HcondSfiat a
fiat was regarded as something out of oftho ortho c cthe d
tho ordinary and the Britishers applaud applauded ¬
ed him vociferously for his hi excellent excellentwork excollentwork exeell exeellwork t
work workYOUNG workYOUNG workYOUNG
YOUNG CORBETT AND ANDSAMMY ANDSAMMY
SAMMY SAMMYSMITU SMITH TO MEET MEETJ MEETBattle ME I
J Battle Scheduled for Philadelphia Philadelphiaonight PhiladelphiaI Philadelphiatonight Philadeiphi7onight a I
tonight onight Before National A C CPHILADELPHIA CPHILADELPHIA CPIIILADELPIHA
PHILADELPHIA July 6 GYoung Young Cor Corbott Corbett CotbOtt
bott the worlds world champion rather fwatherweight ratherweight featherwoight
weight will make his hi first local appear appearnnco nppeaanco
anco In a fight tonight since his bl last con contest contest contest 1
test with McGovorn in Son PranelBco PranelBcoHis FraDclecoUle
His opponent will be Sammy Smith and amitho andt1l0 an antho d
tho bout will take place at the National NationalAthlotlc NationalAthletic il ilAthletic
Athletic Club ClubCorbett ClubCorbtt ClubCorbett
Corbett did not do d Justice to hl his rope roputation reputatlonln ropetationin
tation tatlonln In his ffl previous fights ftght In Phlladel Phlladelpblo Ihlladelphla Ihtladelpixie
pixie Ho did dip not train for Lonny Boyle BoyleYoung DoyleYoung Boyl a aYoung
Young Erne and Maynard and hardly hardlynhowed hardlyshowed hardl y yRhowed
showed championship form form He has not notrepeated notrepeated nc t trepeated
repeated tho th error this tW time Ho IB I In Ingood Ingood I Igood
good condition and expects to finish finishhis finis finishis
his his man in throo rounds roundsThis raund raundTItls roundsrhis
This will be no easy task for the local localboy localboy locx U Uboy
boy Is very clever cleverBASEBALL clevorBASEBALL cleverBASEBALL
BASEBALL PLAYERS PLA YERSFINED YERSFINEDPOTTSVILLE FINED FINEDPOTTSVILLE FINEDPOTTSVILLE
POTTSVILLE Pa July 6 GSunday GSundaybnsobuU 6Sunda Sunday Sundaybaseball y ybaseball
baseball received a deathblow here yes yesterday yelltorday
torday when hen Justice Sidney placed placedheavy placedhoovy place 4
heavy fines neB on tho members of the theCrbsiana theCrklGoa th 10
thI
Crbsiana Baseball Ba oball Club It wae wa con contended COI1tended I ¬
tended on behalf of the defendants that thatlic thatlJe th ththe it
the lic laws prohibiting Sunday ball J11a1tilwora nlftytag nlftytagvora g gobolote
vora obsolete but tho Justice dueldeJ dueldeJotherwise QllcldeJ6thorwlso ki kiotherwise
otherwise
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STANDING OF TEAMS TEAMSIN TEAMSIN
IN BOTH LEAGUES LEAGUESAMERICAN LEAGUESAMERICAN LEAGUESAMERICAN
AMERICAN AMERICANWon AMERICANYon AMERICANWon
Won Yon Lost PCt
Boston 41 23 641
Philadelphia 37 27 7 578
Cleveland 32 3 28 533
New York 29 2S 503 503Chicago 503Chicago so soChicago
Chicago 30 10 20 508 OS
Detroit 28 31 47 47St 47St 47St
St Louis 2C 2 31 ASG 450
Washington 17 43 283 2S3NATIONAL 283NATIONAL
NATIONAL NATIONALWon NATIONALTon NATIONLLWon
Won Ton Lost PCt PCtPiltsburg
Plttsburg 46 20 097 097Now at 007Now
Now York YorJ 39 22 639 639Chicago 639ChlCngo 639Chicago
Chicago 3D 27 691 691Cincinnati 51Clnalnnat1 501Cilielilnati
Cincinnati 30 25 I 508
Brooklyn 31 j 30 iOR 50R13oston
Boston 26 37 413
St Louis 22 44 333 333Philadelphia 333Phlladolphla 333Philadelphia
Philadelphia 13 1 43 306 306RESULTS 300RESULTS
RESULTS OF OFGAMES GAMES GAMESPLAYED GAMESPLAYED
PLAYED YESTERDAY YESTERDAYNATIONAL YESTERDAYNATIONAL
NATIONAL NATIONALNew NATIONALNew
New York 7i 7 Chicago 1 1Boston 1Boston
Boston 9 St Louis 5 5Brooklyn 5Drooklyn 5Brooklyn
Brooklyn 16 CIncinnati 12 12WHERE 12I
I WHERE WHERiniEY WHERETHEYpLAY THEYPLAY PLAY TODAY TODAYAMERICAN TODAYAMERICAN TODAYAMERICAN
AMERICAN AMERICANCleveland AMERICANCleveland AMERICANCleveland
Cleveland at Washington WashingtonTwo WashlngtonTwo
Two games camesDetroit 1amesDotrolt gamesDetroit 0
Detroit at Philadelphia PhiladelphiaSt
St Louis at Boston BostonChicago BostonChicago
Chicago at New York YorkNATIONAL YorkNATI
NATIONAL NATIONALPhiladelphia NATI NAL NALFhlladQlphla
Philadelphia at Plttsburg PlttsburgBrooklyn PJttsburgBrooklyn PittsburgBrooklyn
Brooklyn at Cincinnati CincinnatiPOT01AG ClnolnnatlPOTO1AG
i POT01AG TfflJAG BOAT GLOBS GLOBSWashingtonians CLUBSGREW LUB8
GREW fINISHES SECOND SECONDWashiQgtonians 8EOMWashingtonians
Washingtonians Fine Showing on onSchuylKill onSchuyhdIJ onSChUyIKiII
SchuylKill SchuylKillIn
In a killing nnlsh finIsh nIsh over tho mile and a aalf
half h alf course on the Schuylklll the Poto Potomac Poto Potomnc Potomac ¬
mac Boat Club
intermediate crew was wasbeaten wasbutonby i iatou
beaten butonby b bo atou by the thoolght eight from the Malta Mal Club Clubof CluboC Clubr
of o r Philadelphia Saturday by a scant scantboats scuntboata scantoats
boats b oats length Though beaten the Poto Potomac Potomac ¬
mac crew rowed a fine race finishing finishingahead finishingahead finishinghead
ahead a head of five of the seven crews entered enteredIn entcredIn
In i n the intermediate race raceFor mceFor raceFor
For threeciuartors of a mile It was nip nipand nip1nd nipad
and p ad tuck and the six crcvs ercis made a apretty apretty
pretty spectacle on the river At that thatpoint thatpoint thatpoint
point the Malta crew pulled ahead of ofthe ofthe otthe
the bunch and was never again Beaded BeadedThe l fendedThe eaded eadedrb
The rb Potomac otomalScro crow hung on doggedly doggedlyhowvorj d doggedlyhowvor gg6dlY
howvorj hOWfeJ and finished a a good second secondThe secondThe
The The rao race was rowed in 7 minutes and 46 46seconds 46seconds 46econds
seconds s Tho record re < tord for the course Is I ImInutes
7 minutes and 30 30soconds 30socondsOwing seconds secondsOwing
Owing to an accident Edmonston a aregular nrfgular a arogular
regular member of the crow was forced forcedto forcedto I Ito
to drop out of the boat a week ago and andhis andhi I Ihis
his hi younger brother a Junior oar was wassubstituted wassubsUtutod C Csubstituted
substituted substitutedThe subsUtutodT substitutedThe
The T e crow rowed In the following or orflerr or o oflap
flerr flap Bow Do Chase 2 Herman 3 Ed Edmoniton EdiIOOI1l1rOn Edmoneton
moniton 4 Maize Ma L G Brttt 6r 6rMc 6rMcGowan 6 Me MeGowan McGowan
Gowan 7 71 Hecox stroke Mueller Muellercoxswain 1lueUercoxswain Muellercoxswain
coxswain Young oung captain captainDIPLOMA captainDIPLOMA captainOIPLOMA
DIPLOMA WITHHELD WITHHELDTO MITHHELDIII
TO RETAIUTHIfTE RETAIUTHIfTEF9otball RETAINATHLETEF
F9otball F Football < otball Player Says ays He Was Unfairly UnfairlyMarked UnfairlyM 7 7Marked
Marked MarkedCHICAGO M MarkedCHICAGO ke9 ke9CHICAGO
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CHICAGO July 0 GCharglng Charging that the thefaculty thetaoult tb cx cxfaculty
faculty taoult of Northwestern University has bosrefused hasrofuNd 3 3refUsed
refused to give him a diploma In order orderthat orderthat r rthat
that he might bo retained for next years yearsfootball yoarsfootball year a afootball
football team Arthur Baird a star ath athlete athlete athlete ¬
lete of that Institution has created a asensation aJlon a asensation
Jlon sensation nUon in college circles circlesBalrd clrclosDlr circiosBaird
Baird Dlr foiled in two low loworunlnations loworunlnationsTJio examinations examinationsTho oaminatIonaThe
The suspicion that something was wrong wrongfinally wrongftnAlly wron g gfinally
finally entered Bairds mind and now he hefirmly hcfirmly lx lxfirmly
firmly believe believes that he was not treated treatedfairly treatedfairly treatefairly
fairly fairlyWhen fairlyWhen fairlyWhen
When Baird was olocted captain of the thetrack thetrack th thtrack
track team some of his schoolmates said saidin saidIn sal salin 1
in a a jocular jo ul r way wa We Ve cant afford to tolose t tlose
lose Art Well oU keep him here by not notletting notletllng nc ncletting
letting him pass hlj hl examinations examinationsBairds oxamlnatlonsBalrds oxaminationsBairds
Bairds letter preferring the charge chargecontinues chargecoutlnues chargcontinues
continues Noticing that one instructor instructorweuld Instructorwuuld r rwould
would not give me credit for the work vforkdue workI vjor vjordue c
due me I reported the matter to Pro Professor Profossor Profossor ¬
fossor WIgmore professor jrofossor rotossor Wlgmore re refuHad r rt1Sod t
I fuHad t1ed to interfere or investigate saying sayingthat sayingtbat sayin sayinthat tg g
that what hal the faculty had done was ipso ipsofacto Ipsofacto ips ipsfacto
facto correct This has led me to believe believethat believetbat believ
that there was collusion among three threeprofessors Uireo UireoprotoBtKJrs thre 0
professors to keep me from getting a adiploma adiploma
diploma in order to compel mo to return returnto returnto returto n t
to college another year that the foot football tootbn1l ¬
ball team might have anothor player I Iam Iam
am willing to take an examination in the thestudies the81u41es tb 0 j
tby
studies in which I have boon unfairly unfairlymarked untalrlymnrk unfairl y r
mnrk marked d and think I could couldpuss puss a fair fairexamination fllrexnmlnRlIon fal falexamination Lr r
examination in those studies No mut mutter mutter xnultor ¬
ter what this may result In I am amthrough amthrough ax axthrough i
through with tho university universityAthletic universityAthletic
Athletic Director Buttonvorth said 8 ld I Ibelieve Ibelieve
believe Baird is unwarrantably grieved grievedovor grloyedover grieve d
over his failure to graduate rnduate and that tho thoassertions thoassertions Ui Uiassertions to
assertions ho makes are groundless groundlessTho grouDlllessTho groundlessThe
Tho faculty deny the charge chargeASKED chargcASKED chargeASKED
ASKED FOR PIG FOOT GOT GOTPLATE GOTPLA
PLATE PLA E OVER HER HEAD HEADWith HEADWith HEA n Li >
With their heads swathed In bandages bandagesand handagesand bandag Is B
and their fighting blood still up Amaria AmariaDodson AmarlaDodaon Amar In
Dodson and Corn Woods both colored coloredof coloredot coloroof d
of North Court wore In the Pollcq Pollcqi PollcQCourt Polk Q QCourt
i Court this morning Each faced facedcharge a acharge achargo
charge of assault preferred by the theother theother ti c cother
other Artmria stated that she wont to toan toan I Ian l
an eatln house to got a pigs foot footlagt footlut fo folast
last night and Corn cracked a soup plate plateover plateovor plal plalover
over her head After receiving tho blow blowAmaria blowAmarla blot v vAmarla
Amarla said she ploked up a sugar bowl bowland bowlond bo boand
and promptly retaliated with a blow on ontho ontho C Cthe
tho back of the cranium In view of ofthe otthe t tthe
the fact f ct that the Dodson woman was wasevidently wasovldontly wi L8 L8evidently
evidently the aggressor and Cora ap appeared nppeared aj ajpearecl ¬
peared to have received tho worst end endof endot or ii iiof
of the deal Judge Scott fined nod Amaria 20 20or 20or 0 0or
or sixty days in Jail while Cora got off offLwlth offvlth c ff ffwith
Lwlth with 5 fine or 15 days day
RAGING E WILL SHIFT TO TOGates TOBRIGHTON TOBR11llIITjM
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BRIGHTON BR11llIITjM BEAGH TRACK TRACKGates
Gates G ates to Be Thrown Open Opento Opento
to Public Wednesday WednesdayATTRACTIVE WednesdayTTRACTIVE
TTRACTIVE A CARD OFFERED OFFEREDBrilliant OFFEREDBrilIiant OFFEREDrilliant
Brilliant B List of Eligibles for the Last Lastof Lastof
of the Great Handicaps H4ndicapsWater H4ndicapsWaterboy Water Waterboy
boy Will Be a Sure Starter StarterOn Startern
On n Wednesday tho Brighton Brighton Beach BeachRacing BeachRacing
Racing R acing Association Ass clatlon will throw open its itsgates Itsgates
gates g ates to the racegoing r cegolng community The Thelittle Thelittle Theittle
little l track by the seais sea Is today the the t e old oldest oldest oldat ¬
est e at of the great metropolitan race racecourses racecoursesIt
ec
ea courses coursesIt c it is Just twentyfive years of ofage ofage
age a go From a small Inferior track it is isnow Isnow
now n ow one of the leading racing associa associations associations assoclaions ¬
tions t in tho State StateDuring StateDurIng
During the first sixteen days of tho thosport thosport
sport s port twenty stake events will be de decided decldcd ¬
cided e lded and nearly 250000 distributed distributedamong distributedmong
among nmong a the owners owners of the winning horses horsesHandicap horsesHandicap horsesHandicap
Handicap a Feature FeatureThe Feat e I
The chief attraction of the meeting is isthe i
the t he Brighton Handicap at a mile and anda
a quarter This event is the last of the thebig thebig
big b igspring spring and summer handicaps of the theyear theyear
year y yo ear Although it comes at the fag fagend fagond
end o nd of the big events it is one of th thgreatest thQ thQgreatest
greatest g reatest races of the thoycar thoycarIn YearIn year yearIn
In the past it has fairly eclipsed all allthe allthe allh
td the t h other handicaps Under the con conditions caedltlons ¬
ditions d tc itiona of the race winners of previous previousevents prevIouscents
events c vcnt have been compelled to nick up upa upa uppenalty
a penalty These penalties a at times timesforced timesforced
forced f the groat horses to put forth forththeir forththeIr forthheir
their t best efforts to bent their th lr more moreleniently moreleniently moreeniently
leniently l treated opponents Tho lat latter latter latter ¬
ter with a big advantage In tho weights weightswere weIghtswere weightswore
were able to compete with their su superior su superior ¬
perior rivals on much more advantageous advantageousterms ndvantngeoUiterms
terms termsThis termsThis termsThis
This was particularly the case last lastyear lastyoar lastyear
year Gold Heels who won the Subur Suburban Suburbli ¬
ban bli 1 Handicap with several pounds to tospare tospare
spare was forced to brck the track trackrecord trnckrecord traclxrecord
record for the distance He ran the themile themile themile
mile and a quarter in 20345 203 4Gtho tho best besttime besttJme besttime
time ever made over a circular course coursewill cour couracwitlt > c cwmt
will wmt 126 126 pounds us usField u uField
Field for the Brighton BrightonThis BrightonThis BrightonThis
This year the handicap promises promisesgreater proniflJesgreater I Igreater
greater things The fields of horses col collectively collectively colectively ¬
lectively l is superior to any of the pro proceding proceding proceding
ceding ones Among tho seventy horses horseseligible horseseligible horaceligible
eligible e for the race are Watqrboy Wat rboy Irish IrishLad IrishLad IrishLad
Lad Gold Heols Heels Col Bill Francesco FrancescoRiver FrancescoRiver FrancescoRiver
River Pirate Royal Africander Afnlcandcr Blues BluesInjunction DluesInjunction Bluesnjunction
Injunction I Golden Maxim Roehampton RoehamptonOom RoehamptonOom RoehamptonOoni
Oom Paul Heno Herbert Advance AdvanceGuard AdvnnccGuard I IGuard
Guard Herrais Herm1s and City Bank Banka a field Heldof I Iof I II
of othorses horses that it t wQuId be bard to to4u du duplicate duplicate ¬ j I
plicate In any country countrjThe countrl countryThe I ITho
The entry entry of Gold Heels in the the Brigh Brighton Brigh Brighton ¬ 1 1ton
ton Handicap was never rejected by tho thomanagement thomanagement themanagement
management and last l t years Suburban Suburbanwinner Suburbanwlnnor I Iwinner
winner Is eligible for the the 17000 event eventWhen eventhen eventWhen
When hen the Coney Island Jockey Club and andthe andthe andthe
the Brooklyn DrooklynJockey Jockey Club refused tho thoentry th thentry thentry
entry of the horses owned by the E J JArnold JArnold SArnold
Arnold Company the getrlchqulck getrlchqulckfirm r rfirm
firm the Brighton management did not notf notfo1low not notfollowthelead
f fo1low followthelead olio w the lead of the other racing racingas racingassaciatlons ast astsoclatlons as assoclaU
soclatlons soclaU Gold G Gold d Heels Is therefore eli eligible oilgible ll llgU ¬
gible gU > le tor for the the race but his presence at atthe atthe al althe
the post is not expected for a good and andsufficient andsumclent am I Isufficient
sufficient reason reasonpoor poor physical condi condition condition condition ¬
I tion
Waterboy Vater boy Will Start StartWaterboy Startaterboy StartVaterboy
Waterboy aterboy winner of the Suburban SuburbanRenewal SuburbanRonewal 1 1Renewal
Renewal will be a starter start or Ho will willhavf have haveto haveto I Ito
to shoulder a twelvepound penalty penaltywhich penaltywhich penaltywhich
which will place 124 pounds on his back backIrish backIrish backIrish
Irish Lad at 115 pounds is a possibility possibilityAfricander posslbiUtytrtcandor possibilityAfricnndor
Africander will not start He is slated slatedto slated slatedto I Ito
to start in the Realization Stakes Stakesat StakesatShcepshead at atShecpshoad at t tShoepahead
Shecpshoad Bay on Tuesday and his bisappearanco hisappearanco hi a aappearance
appearanco In the Brighton the follow following followIng following ¬
ing day is scarcely probable probableAt probableleast
At least fourteen horses will compete compoteTho competeThe competeTho
Tho probable starters with their weights weightsare I Iare
are Waterboy 124 Col Bill 121 121Francesco 121Francesco 121Francosco
Francesco 112 Heno 116 Igniter 111 111Bonnibort 111Bonnlbert lUBonnlbert
Bonnlbert 113 Articulate 114 City CityBank CUyBank Cit V Vhank
Bank 102 Roehampton 107 Oom Paul
105 Herbert 118 Hunter Raine 97 97Hermls 97Uermls 97Hermis
Hermls 127 1J7Irish Irish Lad 116 116WHITNEY 115MHITNEY
WHITNEY AND SMATHERS SMATHERSAFTER SMATHERSAFTER SMATHERSAFTRSPEEDY
AFTER AFTRSPEEDY SPEEDY PULSUS PULSUSMillionaires PULSUSMil1ionaires PULSUMillionaires
Millionaires to Meet in Competition Competitionc a afor
for Colt ColtNEW ColtNEW ColtNDW
NEW YORK July 6 GWho Who will pur purchase purchase purchase
chase Pulsua 1 Will It be E E Smathers Smathersor Saintlieror
or Harry Harr Payne Whitney The names namesof namesat name nameof
of both were mentioned yesterday at attho atthe a t tthe
the Shecpshcad Bay track aa the proba probnble probable
ble ourchasers of the colt coltWhen coltWhen coltWben
When John E Madden bought tho half halfinterest haltInterest hal f finterest
interest in the Great Trial winner from fromE fror a aR
El E R Thomas on Saturday his action actioncaused actio actiocaused
caused no end of otcommcnt comment The prlcn prlcnthat pric pricthat
that Madden Is reported to have paid paidtor pal d dfor
for Pulsus 15000 was considered the theproper theprop th 0 0proper
proper prop or valuation of the youngster inas Inasmuchas I Imuchas
muchas his form both both in private and andpublic andpublic an d dpublic
public has been distinctly highclass highclassPulsus highclassPulsus highclassPulatia
Pulsus at present is not eligible for formany formany fa r rmany
many of the rich events His principal principalengagement principalengagoment il ilongngoment
engagement for the season is I tho last lastpart lastpart lax it itpart
part of the Double Event which will bo bodecided bedecided b bdecided
decided at Sheephoad Bay tomorrow tomorrowTho tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrorThe
The man who purchases him will have haveenter to toenter toentor
enter him in races that close later In Inthe I a athe
the season and for events next year yearASSASSINATED yearASSASSINATED ear earASSASSINATED
ASSASSINATED IN OFFICE OFFICEKNOXVILLE OFFICEKNOXVILLE OFFICEKNOXVILLE
KNOXVILLE Tonn July 6 61 J J JCondon JCondon I ICondon
Condon a wealthy railroad contractor contractorand contractorand contracteand
and a brother of Martin arUn Condon presi president president pres presdent ¬
dent of the American Snuff Company CompanyNeW of ofNow otNoW
Now York Y rk was waS assassinated in his of office otfico ot otflee ¬
flee yesterday Tho assassin was killed killedANOTHER k1llodANOTHER killoxANOTHER
ANOTHER ARMY SCANDAL SCANDALNANCY SCANDALNANCY
SCANDALr
NANCY France July 6 6A A former formerFrench formerFrench forme r
French army officer named Ballguot Ballguothas Ballguethas Baligu Baliguhas it
has boon sentenced to five years im imprisonment Imprisonment inprisonment ¬
prisonment for spying In behalf of Ger Germany Germany Goxmany ¬
many Baliguot attempted to procure procureplans procureplans procux procuxplans
plans of tho now fortifications hero heroc
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ITEMS OF INTEREST INTERESTFROM INTERESTFROM INTERESTFRON
FROM NEARBY STATES SrATES1
VIRGINIA VIRGINIARICHMOND V VIRGINIARICHMOND RGINIA RGINIARICHMOND
RICHMOND RICHMONDTho
The street cars of Richmond and andManchester nndManchester andanchester
Manchester M anchester wore run yesterday yesterday and last lastnight lwstnight
night ni ght without armed soldiers on enthexn themThis them themThis
This T To his was the first day they had boon boonoperated boenoPElrated
Tth operated o peratedisitbout without lthout military guard guard since sincethe sincethe
the th thn e beginning of the strike Thero was wasno wasno
no n o serious disorder dlsotd dlso l r r and the travel was wasreasonably wasreasonably
reasonably r good though by no moans moansnormal moansnormal
normal normalLuther normalLuther n
Luther Taylor a puddlor at the Belle BelleIsle DelleIslo Bllole
Isle Is le Iron Works was shot and fatally fatallywounded fatalIywounded fatallyounded
wounded w ounded Saturday night while attempt attempting nltemptIng ¬
ing la lau lan g to escape after he had been placed placedunder placedunder
under u nder arrest by a 0 soldier Ho was car carried carried ¬
ried n ed from Manchester where the shoot shooting shooting ¬
ing ing l ag took place to a a hospital and died diedsoon diedsoon
soon s oon after reaching reachlngtJere reachlngtJereJohn there thereJohn
John H Powell Pow ll of Richmond who has hasbeen hasbeen
been b een studying music In n Vienna under underDr underDr
Dr D r Lcschltlsky all winter has returned returnedhome roturnedhome
home homeEarlMack homeEarlUack h ome
I
EarlMack and George Perry workmen workmenat
at a t the American Amer1 nnEther Ether Works Rich Richmond Rlchmonr ¬
mond monr m ond were badly burned bur d by acid while whileunloading whileunl
unloading unl u adlng a carload cnrioarof of it itEllen ItEllen ItEllen
Ellen Glasgow the Richmond author authoress nuthoress ¬
ess c aB and her two sisters Mrs rs McCor McCormick UcCortolck
mick t and Rebe Glasgow will spend the thesummer thesummer
summer s in England Miss Hss Glasgows Glasgowsforthcoming Glasgowsforthcoming
forthcoming f book the scene of which vhlch is islaid Islaid
laid l aid in tho tobaccoraising section of ofVirginia orVirginia
Virginia V irginia is expected to appear next au autumn 111 111tumn ¬
tumn t uma or winter winterThe
f
The The board boaidof of lady managers anager of tho thoRetreat thoRetrent theetreat
Retreat R etreat for the Sick Richmond will clve clvean clvenIl given
an a n excursion excursion to the Natural Bridge of ofVirginia orVirginia
Virginia on July 28 2 The bridge will be beilluminated o o1l1umlnntcd
illuminated illuminatedTHROUGHOUT 1l1umlnntcdTHROUGHOUT i lluminatedTHROUGHOUT
THROUGHOUT THE STATE STATEA
A Blackstone business man J S SRobertson SRobertson
Robertson who has acquired much muchproperty muchproperty
property p will It is said depart soon for forZIon torZion forion
ZIon Z ion City IlL where he will make his hishome hishome hisborne
home taking his family Zathii with him Ho Hohas lIoluts liehas
has leased his property here for a term termof tormof termf
of o f years Mr Robertson Is a follower followerof
of o f Dowle who claims to be the second secondElijah secondEl1Jah
Elijah ElijahAt El1JahAt
At her home Ingleslde near Wythe Wythevllle Vyth Vythv1Ile
vllle a few days ago Willie C Withers Withersdaughter Withersdaughter Withersdaughter
daughter of former United States Sana Sanator Sanator
tor t ol Withers Wl hcrs gave a reception in honor honorofc honorotthor honoroLhernophew
ofc otthor oLhernophew her nephew df Evansville Ind Col ColRobert ColRobert CotRobert
Robert E Wltherr snt in his library librarychair l1brarychaIr librarychair
chair and welcomed the many guests guestsFor guestsFor guestsFor
For the first time since the strike of ofthe ottho olthe
the motormen and conductors of the theVirginia theVirginia theVirginia
Virginia Passenger and Powen PoworCompany PoworCompanythe Company Companythe
the cars on the Richmond and Peters Petersburg Petersburg Petersburg ¬
burg Electric Railway wore run yester yesterday yosterday ¬
day from Petersburg to Manchester Manchesterwithout Manchesterwithout lanchosterWithout
without military protection protectionWarrsnton protectionWarrenton protectionWzenton
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Warrsnton amateurs have dramatized dramatizedMrs dramathodllis dramatizedMrs
Mrs Wlggs of the Cabbage Patoh Patohand Patohand Patoband
and will soon present the play at a abenefit abenefit S Sbenefit
benefit performance for charity charityTho charityTho charityThe
Tho Virginia Society of the Cincinnati Cincinnatihold ClnclnnaUhold Cincinnatihold
hold its annual meeting Saturday at the thehomo thehomo thehome
homo of Mrs P II c Cabell In Rich Richmond Richmond ¬
mond mondt mondThe mondTb moodrhc
t The Tb rhc H new Y Methpdlsb Methi I ho I Episcopal Church Churchjjt Chureal Churchat
jjt al Meagant anl JDrb k2re4l r c noarGrafton noai 1 nr Grafton W SS Va Vawas Vans a aas
was ns dedicated edlcr aiosi yesterday r i by the e Rev Re Dr ErCharles DrCharlos DrCharles
Charles W Smith editor of o the Chris Christian Christian Christian ¬
tian tian Advocate Plttsburg PlttsburgCol PlttsburgCol PittsburgCci
Col A M Bowman of the Virginia VirginiaCommission VIrgIniaCommlss10n VirginiaCommissIon
Commission declares that every ever large largeinterest largeInterest
interest in the Stato will be represented representedin
in the exhibit at the St Louis Exposi Exposition Exposition Exposition ¬
tion
At the EaskRadford East Radford races Saturday a anegro anegro a anegro
negro with a whip struck a white man manJockey manJockey manJockey
Jockey Brown and started a small riot riotA riotA riotA
A threatened effort to lynch him was wasfrustrated wasfrustrated wasfrustrated
frustrated by the officers officersSeveral officersSeveral officersSeveral
Several hundred persons attended the theTjrmens theVir thcVmeas
Tjrmens Vir mens Christian Temperance Union Unionpicnic Unionpicnic Unionpicnic
picnic at Chesterfield Court House Sat Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
urday Mrs T A Jones of Norfolk de delivering deliverlng e ellverlng ¬
livering the address addressThe nddressThe addressThe
The Tyfold Collar CollarThe CollarThe CollarThe
The picture shows how the thecollar thecollar thecollar
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panions pan p aflloni Ions and sank In water not aver Q r hto htodepth h hdepth Iiepth
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was w as extinct Death is supposed suppoS d to toha tohab havj ha haeen
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A heavy hea rain prevailed for nearly two twohours twohours twoours
hours h ours in Cumberland yesterday evening eveningAll cvenln cvenlnAll eveninll
All A ll street car lines here are tied tle up t ttracks O Otracks tacks
tracks tr acks either being washed oat or Sav dovrod Savored ov ovorad ¬
ored e rod with debris Baltimore Street Str Streetver et etover < fbr fbrover
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damming d up of Dry Run logs having havinglodged havinglodged havingodged
lodged l against the flood gates A A num number number numer ¬
ber b er of business places and residences residenceswore resldenccswere residencesore
wore w ore flooded The water was four feet fe feeteep t tdoeI
deep d eep at some places on tho streets The Thodamage Thedamage Theamage
damage d amage will be heavy at all low points pointin pointsIn pointsa
in i a the city Green StreeJ Strccf Strea was wasa1 wasa1fiooded all allflooded also alsoooded
flooded floodedThe fioodedThe fl ooded S
The boiler recently Installed In the thaNew theNew theow
New N ow London Copper Mines Unes at New Lon LaJldon Inon London ¬
don d on Frederick county blew up at i Soclock ioclock iclock
oclock o clock yesterday yesterday morning but no onn onnwas ointwas ofieas
was w as seriously injured Superintendent SuperintendentJohnson SuperintendentJohnson Superintendentohnson
Johnson J Howard Murdock and the en engineer engineer enineer ¬
gineer g ineer Abraham braham Dorscy a negro were werehurled werwhurlod wereurled
hurled h urled some distance but escaped with withslight withllght withlight
slight s injuries Dr Jesse D Downey Dewed of ofNew ofN ofew
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Company No No1 1 United States Hospital HospitalCorps Hosplt Hospitalorps l lCorps
Corps Corps C orps passed through Westminster yes yesterday yesterday yeserdayen ¬
terday t erdayen en route to Mount Gretna Pa PaThe PnThe Pahe
The T he company c mptUlY numbered 100 men and Is launder IsI isnder
I under u nder the command of Captain Reynolds ReynoldsYesterday ReynoldsI Reynoldsesterday
I Yesterday Y uY esterday they marched marched from from four mile milesouth miles mUesI milesouth
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morning at the ago of eighty years in inBoston Int InEaston
t Boston EnSton He was actively engaged In Ini inusiness
i i business b until within ten days of his hisdeath hisdeath hiseath
death d eath Mr Ir Thompson Thom > > son retired from the theI themercantile
I I mercantile merc ntl1e business several years ago agoand agoI agond
I and a nd since his retirement he had been In Interestcd InI inerested
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A determined political contest contUsi contUsiWashington aintfnsX aintfnsXWashington 4hiting 4hitingWashington
Washington county Republicans Isbein 1ibeInp 1ibeInpwaged sbclnaged Jt Jtwaged
waged aged between Abraham E Albert Albertpresident Albertpresld Albertpreziddnt
presld president nt of the board of county com commissioners commissioners cornmissioners ¬
missioners who aspires to the State Statesenatorsbip Statesenatorship Statesenatorship
senatorship and the McComas forces rorceswhose forceswhose j jwhose
whose candidate for State senator is isWolfgang IsWolfgang isWolfgang
Wolfgang Newcomer a member of the thelast thelast theast
last l ast house of delegates delegatesThe delegatesThe delegatesThe
The office of offtbe orft ftbe ft the e Dickey Gibson qisoa on CoalCompany CoalCompany Coal CoalCompany
Company ht BrooKlyn a suburb ot otWosternport ot05ternport ofWesternport
Wosternport 05ternport Allegany county was waablown wasblon wasblown
blown up with dynamite early Saturday Saturdaymorning Saturdaymorning Saturdaymorning
morning It is I said that n number of ofpeople atIooplo ofpeople
people have had htid an ugly ugly feeling toward towardthe towardth towardth
the th company because of some men being beingdischarged beingdll1011arged beingdisoharged
discharged The sealehouse which ad adJoined adjoined adoined
Joined j oined the office was also wrecked wreckedSheriff wrockedSherlrt wreckedSheriff
Sheriff Barnard went to the scene to In Investigate inestignf invesugat ¬
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old son of Timothy Dunawain had his hiseyes hIseyes hiseyes
eyes so badly b dly injured from an explosion explosionof
of a giant cracker that he will loose looseth loosethem loosethem
th them n Conductor Con uctor William P Deavers Deaversof Peaveraof
of the same town was also painfully pa1nuIly in injured inJured Inured ¬
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