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Just J uBt as the tk gentlemanly gentlemanly announcer announcerE anpouncerE
E Lawrence Phillip hllllPf had told th the 1 Itoo
too fans at American < League Park this thiamorning thl thlmorning thismorning
morning that Smith and Street would wouldhe wouldhe CK11e1 CK11e1he
he the Washington battery and that thatBrockett tllatBrockett thatIHroekett
Brockett and Blair would work for NewYork New NewYork NewYork
York the floods descended descendedUmpire descendedUmpire
4 Umpire Connolly who seemed to bethe b bthe be bethe
the boss of the tl e force which include includehimself Includehimself includea
a himself and Turbulent Tim Hurst Hursthad Hunthad Hursthad
had a conference with Manager Can Cantillon CantilIon Cantillon
tillon and the result re ult was the game did didnot didnot didnot
not start startAfter startAfter startAfter
After waiting half hali an hour Connolly Connofrcalled Connollycalled Connoll3caUed
called the game off and told the web webfoot webfoot webfoot
foot fans present that there would be beono beQno beone
< ono game this afternoon beginning belnnln at
3 oclockHe oclock oclockHe ocl k kHe
He neglected to mention that there therewould therewould therewould
would be two games ames tomeraw beginnig begin beginning besinllng ¬
ning at 2 p m and probably two on onWednesday onVdnesday on1Vdnesday
Wednesday for New York now has two twopostponed twopostponed twopostponed
postponed games metl with Washington onethis one onethis ollet
this t his morning and one a heritage fromthe from fromthe fromthe
the first rtr t series here tere between the two tvolesims two1erms twoteams
teams lesimsIt
It was probably just as well that the thegame thegame thegame
game this morning was not played for forhad forhad forhad
had it started some of the citys lead leading leadIn leadlog ¬
log In baseball fanatics who had craftily craftilyprepared craftilyprepared craftilyprepared
prepared themselves with umbrellas toprotect to toprotect toprotect
protect them during showers musthave must mustnave musthave
have been grievously smitten by b the themen them themen
m men n behind who were not so well wel prepared pre propared prepared
pared for a sloppy session sessionHalf se sessionILtlf lon lonHaIr
Half the bleacherites bl cherJtes had the bombazines bomba bombazines b mba mbazines ¬
zines and the other half spent the thewarming thewarming thewarming
warming up period denouncing the ob obstructions obstrJctiol18 obstructions ¬
structions to the view viewThe viewThe viewThe
The batteries nominated for this thismorning tit tutsmaraing
morning m ralng will probably work this tbl after afternoon aftBrnoon tt r rnoon ¬
noon if the weather clears in h time for forthe forthe forthe
the game to get et under way
Cree the New lew York left fielder has
drawn an indefinite suspension su pinsi n for his hi
loud bleat toUmpire to Umpire Connolly on Sat Saturday Saturday ¬
urday
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POSTPONE VET GAME I
Central Highs baseball b team has In Indefinitely IndefinitelY indefinitely ¬
definitely postponed po tponed the game scheduled sched scheduled sebeduled ¬
uled with the Central Qe trai veterans This Is Isone Iso11e Isohe
one of the feae feaftire re events on the base baseball ba baseball e eban ¬
ball program pro m at Central and will be beplayed beplaed beplayed
played later the postponement being beingnacessary beihGllGccssary beingnecessary
necessary because of the game with theBusiness the theBusiness theBusiness
Business High school team tomorrow
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and Evans EvansNATIONAL IansNATIONAL y vans vansNATIONAL
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and Connor ConnorMontreal ConnorMontrenl ConnorMontreal
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CLEANING UP NEW YORK YORKNEW YORKNEW YORKNEW
NEW YORK May 31 nAccording According to tothe tothe tothe
the annual report of the University UniversitySettlement UnIve18ltySetUement UniversitySettlement
Settlement Society Just issued 104912 1049125cent 1049125cent 1049135cent
5cent baths were taken In the thebase thebasement base basement basement ¬
ment of o the Hivington street settlement settle settlement settlement ¬
ment house last year ear
NO MORNING GAME GAMEHERE GAMEHERE
HERE THIS SEASON SEASONClub
Club in Philadelphia July 5 5and 5and 5and
and Boston Bostop for Labor LaborDay LabQrI LaborDay
Da Day DayThe y yThe
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The postponement p of the game be between between between ¬
tween Washington and New York this thismorning 11lIsmornlns thismorning
morning because of wet grounds was wasa wasa
a a severe disappointment to the Wash Washington Washington Wash Washington ¬
ington club and fans fansDecoration fansDecoration fansDecoration
Decoration pay was the only onl one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the three holiday plums awarded awardedWashington awardedashlngton awardedWashington
Washington The other two are July 4 4and 4and 4and
and Labor Day July 4 4 falls on Sunday Sundaybut Sundaybut Sundaybut
but Washington will play morning and andI andafternoon andafternoon
I afternoon games in Boston on July Jul 5 5I 5On 5On
I On Labor Day Da September r 6 Washing Washington ashlng ashlngton
I ton will be In Philadelphia for morning morningand morningand morningand
and afternoon games Many Man cities have havelocal havehoUdays havelocal
local holidays such as September 12 12Jn 12In 12in
In Baltimore but Washington va shlngtpn has none noneand noneand noneand
and the only chance of the season to tosee tosee tosee
see a morning game here failed when whentMe whenthe lJon lJonUfe
the rain got busy this morning morningThere morningThere
There will be a game this afternoon afternoonat
at 3 p m and two tomorrow afternoon afternoonbeginning afternoonbeginning afternoonbeginning
beginning at 2 p m +
ENGLISH SPRINTER SPRINTERWILL SPRINTERWILL SPRINTERWILL
WILL RACE HERE HEREHarold HEREHarold HEREHarold
Harold Wilson Record Holder HolderJoins HolderJoins HolderJoins
Joins Rank of IrishAmer IrishAmerican IrishAmerican IrishAmerican ¬
ican A C CNBW CNEW CN1IW
NEW YORK May Ma 31 3lWhen When the big bigliner bigHiler big1Lrer
liner Celtic docked yesterday morning morningshe
she carried among her passengers a alittle aUttle alittle
little English dlstancer dlsta 1 er who W10 is likely likelyto
to raise a rrmpus in athletic circles circleshere circlesher circleshere
here The Briton was Harold Wilson WilsonhoWer Wilsonholrer VUsonholr1er
hoWer of the 1500moter world record recordwho recordwho recordwho
who gave Sheppard a memorable race racein rac racIn racein
in the 1500meter event evept at the London LondonOlympaid LondonOlympald LondonOlympaid
OlympaidSheppard Olympaid OlympaidSheppard Olympaldheppard
Sheppard In one of the most heart heartbreaking heartbreaking heartbreaking ¬
breaking races In the annals of sportnosed sport sportnosed sportnooo
nosed out the game Briton at the tape tapeand tapeand tapeand
and captured premier honors for Uncle UncleSem UncleSem UncleSam
Sem SemWilson Wilson lIson will represnt represent the IrishAmer IrishAmerican IrishAmerlean ¬ i
lean A C in his hi eompetitt competitions ns In this thisCQuntry thiscountry i icountry
country countryHARVARD countryHARVARD 4 4HARVARD
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HARVARD PLAYERS PLAYERSHAVE PLAYERSt PLAYERSHAVE
t HAVE BUSY WEEK WEEKCrimson WEEKCrimson WEEKCrimson
Crimson Team Will Meet Brown BrownDartmouth Br Brown BrownDartmouth < > wn wnDartmouth
Dartmouth and Wilt Wil Wiliams Wiltjams
jams
BOSTON May 31 31Wfth With three t1iiee games gamesbefore gaIpesbefore gapesbefore
before them the Harvard players will willhave willhave Ill Illhave
have a hard week we k of ba bai baAall 3ai1 all On OnWednesday OnVcdnesday OnWednesday
Wednesday the Crimson will have a aciiance achance achance
chance to score revenge over Brown for forthe forthe forthe
the defeat of two weeks ago agoOn agoOn agoOn
On the following day the Williams 1Yllllamsteam Williamsteam i iteam
team fresh from Its victory over Dart Dartmouth Dartmouth Dartmouth ¬
mouth will oppose the Cambridge Cambridgeteam Cambridgeteam Cambridgeteam
team Dartmouth will meet Harvard Harvardon
on Saturday
GANNON ANN ON IN N SHAPE SHAPETO SHAPETO RAPE RAPETO
TO REENTER RING RINGFamous RINGFamous RINGFamous
Famous Little Li tle Pittsburg Scrapper ScrapperHas ScrapperNas
Has Recovered From His HisInjury HisInjury Elisa ElisInjury
a
Injury InjuryPHILADELPHIA InjuryPHILADELPHIA InjuryPHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA May 31 3L 3LMickey 3LMickeyGannon Mickey MickeyGannon nckeyGannon
Gannon the Pittsburg knockerout who whohas whOhas whphas
has b been en incapacitated for several severalmonths sevornmonths sevoralmonths
months as a result of breaking his left lefthand lefthand lefthand
hand in a bout with Cyclone Johnny JohnnyThompson JohnnyThompson 1 1Thompson
Thompson is ready for work in the thering thering
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ring again againGannon againGannon againGannon
Gannon who has been hi in Plttsburg Plttsburgnotified Pittsburgnotified Pttsburgnotified
notified Jack McGuIgan his s manager managerthat manageithat managerthat
that he would arrive in this city cltytomor cltytomorrow tomor tomorrow tomorrow ¬
row ready for engagements engagementsALEXANDRIA enragementsALEXANDRIA engagementsALEXANDRIA
ALEXANDRIA BOASTS BOASTSTHREE BOASifSTHREE BOASTSTHREE
THREE CRACK TEAMS TEAMSAll TEA 1S 1SAU r
All Players Including the Stars StirsBelong StarsBelong SttrsBelong
Belong to The Times Cir ¬
culation Department DepartmentIn
In addition addUon to Mount Vernon ChriM ChriMChurch ChritChurch Chri + t tChurch
Church and other points of some ago agrand agoand ag agand
and much fame Alexandria Is boastirhitoday boastlrif boastlriftoday boastlTJtoday
today of three of the best baseball baseballteams baseb baseballteams U Uteams
teams that ever came down the Vir Virginia V Vglnla Virginia ¬
ginia highways and every e ry man of each oacltteam eachteam oa011team
team Is proud of th the fact that he rep rapresents represents r p presents ¬
resents the Washington Times Circu Circulation Circulation Cir u ulatlon ¬
lation Department as one of Alexandrias Alexan Alexandrias Alexandrlas ¬
drias leading baseball basebaUartisis basebaUartisisFor artists artistsFor artistsFor
For Instance just take Louis Fonwho Fones Foneswho Fon s swho
who does the twirling for the thewhich the First FirstTeam FirstTeam FirstTeam
whichIs whichFirst ten tenis
Team Louis las 8 reputation which whichIs
Is extensive with the Potomac R Rand River Riverand Kiverand
and Four Mile Run William Schafer Schaferwho Schaf Schaferwho Mir MirFones r rwho
who is on the receiving end of Mr MrFones MrFones
Fones coives is If > equally proficient proficientOn proficientOn
On the second team we have Paul PaulMiller PaulMiller PaulMiller
Miller the wellknown short stop whocan who whocan whocan
can stop anything this sladeeo side of a o othe steam steamhammer steamhammer m
hammer and George Malfleld the thear ar artistic artistic ¬
tistic first baseman ba eman who ho may get et a atryout atryout
nextmay mayear ear earis
tryout from CanUlIon Cantt next year It Itis ItIs
is useless to speak about the the third thirdto thIrdteam thirdteam
team everybody on It Is a Star tar and andevery andevery
every one of the S stars lrs Is goifS to shin shinwhen shinewhen shine shinewhen
line lineup lIri lIriup
when the proper time comes The Theup ¬
up of the three tl1re teams is isoasej isTeam
Team No tWm Moore right field field301m fieldJohn
John + ugent center field William WilliamSchafer VIlJiamSchafel
Schafel center Louis Fones pitch pitchMilton pitchMnton
Milton Kennedy left field Clinton ClintonTones ClintonTones
Tones third base Howard Thomas first flistbaseJ firstbase
baseJ base oasej Frank Fegan second base Fran FranClTe Francis Francis
cis Nugent shortstop shcrtstopream
ClTe ream nfNO No ESSi ZGeorge George Baker pitch pitchgRrJftfe pitchPreston pitchPreston itch
gRrJftfe Preston Merchant catch George Georgefield Mal Malfield
iSia1 ars arsbase
field first baM Milton Jett second secondl8se secondbase
base Clinton Sullivan third base PaulAllier Jjaul Jjaultinier Paul 13ullIner
tinier lIner snuriHLoy shortstop r Frank ltt rrvi Crupper VrV right rightfield T i ifia1cl
Morris MorrisDobson MorrisDobson IornsDobson
field Claude Hayres left field
Dobson center field fieldTeam fIeldTEmln fieldTcahn
Team No 3 3Charlts Charles Haynes second secondbase setondbase secondbase
base Willie Merchant right field LeeMoore Lee LeeMoore LeeMoore
Moore i ipitch first base Louis Patterson Pattersonpitch PatterQnvltch
pitch Frank PeveriH catch Harry HarryMoore Hart HartMoore HarryMoore
Moore third base Carroll Moore bait leitfield leUfield baitfield
field George Dobson center field Earl EarlCarnell EarlCarnell EarlCarnell
Carnell shortstop Herbert Byrne Byrnfesuperintendent Byrntsuperintendent Byrnesuperintendent
superintendent P PCHERRYDALES PCHERRYDALES PCHERRYDALES
CHERRYDALES SPLIT EVEN EVENThe EVENThe EVENThe
The crack Cherrydale team split splltdoubJeheader a adoubleheader adoubleheader
doubleheader on Its owngrounds oWJ1 < grounds yes yesterday yesterday es esterday ¬
terday by 11 winning the morning game gamefrom gamefrom gamefrom
from C A C by 6 to o 3 and dropping droppingthe
the afternoon contest a slugging match matchIrom matchtrom match matchfrom
from start to finish to the Glen Echo Echoaggregation Echoaggregation ho hoaggregation
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dough drop cause the theI thedeath
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But there wasnt wasnt a shred of evidence evid nce to prove provethat proveI provethat provethat I
that the cough drop really contained con ained poison poisonThis poisonThis II IIThis
This is one of the mysteries that tax ax the inge ingenuity ingenuity nge ngenuity
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SCALDED IN A TUB TUBCHILD TUBCHILD TUBCHILD
CHILD DIES TODAY TODA Y
Twoyearold Tw04 carok1 Lola Genevieve Pyles Pyleswho PYleswho Pyleswho
who fell into a tub of scalding water wateryesterday watere waterYecterdlty
yesterday e terdlly at her home 1417 South Caro Carolina CaroUna CaroIlna ¬
lina avenue southeast died this morn morning morning morning ¬
ing at 230 oclock In the Childrens ChildrensHoBpltaL ChltdrensHospital ChildrensHoepitaL
Hospital The child was horribly
burned about the body and the physi physicians phslclans physlclans ¬
clans realized from the first that there therewas therewas therewas
was practically Pl8ctl ca 11 nochance no chance for her re recovery recovery recovery ¬
covery coveryLo coveryLo v vIx
Lo as the tot was familiarly called calledby calledby calledby
by almost everyone Ja the neighbor neighborhood neighborhood neighborhood ¬
hood was a favorite not only among amongtheother amongthe amongtheother
theother the other children but with the grown grownups grownups grownups ¬
ups Almost every child in the nelgh nelghjrhood nelgharhood neighrhood
jrhood many of whom had been play ¬
ing In with her yesterday bashfully went wentto wentto wentto
to the house this morning and their vheireyes lJlelryes theireyes
eyes yes filled with tears glanced glan ed hesi hesitatingly hestatlngly hesltatingly ¬
tatingly at the from in the little white whiteeaskot whitecaskt whitecask
easkot cask t and then hurried frrfhi the room
Mothers called too to extend at1and aTandof a hand handof I Iof
of sympathy to Lolas mother in her
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BUFFALO UFf ALO BILL KEEPS KEEPSAN KEEPSAN KEEPS1N
AN 1N EYE ON N WEATHER
His face ace unwrinkled by > age though thoughhis thoughhis thoughhis
his hair is snow white Col William F FCody FCody FCody
Cody Buffalo Bill this tbl morning sat satin satin satin
in his luxurious tpee on the show showgrounds showgroun showgrounds
grounds groun s at 15th and H streets northeast northeastHe
He glanced glnnc d with a frown at the sky skyand skyand skyand
and then there were wrinkles in that thatbrow thatbrow thatbrow
brow that had done a heap of thinking thinkingwhen thinkingwhen thinkingwhen
when he was on the trail But the scowl scowldisappeared scowldisappeared scowldisappeared
disappeared when he remarked that he hewas hewas hewas
was glad that It was cooler cool r than yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day S
Why acid aid Cody sending sendin a curl of ofsmoke orsmoke ofsmoke
smoke skywards we have a bigger ex exhibition exhibition exhibition ¬
hibition than everbefore ever Before this year yearEight yearEight ear earEight
Eight hundred persons with the show shownow shownow shownow
now and six hundred horses not to say sayanything sayanything a1 a1anthlng
anything of elephants and camels That Thatmakes Thatmakes Thatmakes
makes quite a city and a big one at atthat atthat atthat
that eh ehThen ehThen 1 1Then
Then the rain started to spot a t again on onthe onthe onthe
the white canvas tent and again the thefrown Ulefrown tlafrown
frown in the forehead returned r to the thepink thepink thepink
pink and white countenance nd Cody Codypulled Co Codypulled y ypulled
pulled faster on the big cigar cigarOne cigarOne cigarOne
One Hundred Indians IndiansWe IndiansWe IndiansWe
We have one hundred new Indians Indianswith In Indianswith lans lanswith
with us this year and they have never neverseen neverseen neverseen
seen the White House and every one oneof oneof oneof
of them wantn to see th Taft tepee tepeeHenry tepeeHenry tepeeHenry
Henry Iron Shell is the 3ea Bea Brummel Brummelof
of the crew we have with us this year yearand yearand yearand
and his father Chief Iron Shell is isleader isleader Isleader
leader leader of our band of redskins For the theonly theonly theonly
only time In history Iron Shell and his hisson hisson hisson
son were present Jr nt at a dinner given TO TOme tome i ime
me by Rodman Wanamaker and the
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hour of grief while a a father tath r sat with withhis withhis Ith Ithhis
his head burled in his hands handshls his heart heartalmost lle heartalmost rt rtalmost
almost broken brokenFranklin hr brokenFranklin ken kenFranklin
Franklin W V Pyles the father fatherrIs Js an anice anIce anice
ice manufacturer As he left the house hougeto
to go to work yesterday morning LQ LQtoddled LQtoddled LQtoddled
toddled to t the front gate to kiss him himgoodby hl11goodby himgoodby
goodby Then she went to the kitchen kitchenMrs kitchenMrs kitchenMrs
Mrs Pyles had placed a tub beneath beneatha
a hot water heater and filled the tub tubalmost tubalmost tubalmost
almost to the brim with boiling water waterShe waterShe waterShe
She then carried the tub to the back backporch ba hackporch k kporch
porch and placed It by the steps lead leadIng leadIng leading
Ing from tjie t the e kitchen kitchenSuddenly kitchenSuddenly kitchenSuddenly
Suddenly there th re was a splash and andMrs andMrs andMrs
Mrs Pyles ran to the door and found foundthat roundthat foundthat
that Lcla had fallen in the tub She Shesnatched SMsnatched Shesnatched
snatched the child from the scalding scaldingwater scaldingwater
water burning herself about the hands handsand handsand handsand
and wrists and called to the neighbors neighborsfor
for assistance A hurry call was sent sentle sentto sentto
to the Casualty Hospital but when the theambulance theambulance
ambulance arrived the le surgeon realized realizedthat realizedthat realizedthat
that Lola had been fatally burned
two Brute Sioux sat at the guest table tableThey tableThey tableThey
They did not eat with their knives kniveseither kniveseither kniveseither
either and were as gentle In their man manners manners manners ¬
ners as any white man Henry talks talksEnglish talkEnglish talksEnglish
English fairly well and has h s to help helphis helJhis helphis
his father out In understanding tre trelanguage tre1anguage tt e elanguage
language of the pale face faceA taceA faceA
A band of queer looking looklngJersons persons pass passed passI passed passed ¬
ed in front of the th colonels tepee and in inqtiswer Inlflswer inttiswer
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qtiswer to a question Cody said they theywere theywere theywere
were the latest addition to the show showSome showI showSome
I Some Cingalese
Cingalese said the old scout and andyou andyou andyou
you should see them dance danceSee danceSee danceSee
See that girl over there said Cody Codypointing Codypointing Codypointing
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