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Tote's -Special : Prices -
for Men's and Boys' Clothing.
Take today 's offerings and compare them,
with any other clothier's in town. Look as long"
as-you please you.. won't find anything-to com.
pare with our low prices. The others may quote
low prices but equal qualities ior our prices
Men's $8 to $12 Suits; $7.26
Newest spring style Fancy Cheviots, Tweeds '
and Mixtures also Black and Blue Cheviots
Suits which we have just secured from the manu
facturers at a very low figure. Choice ."
Men's $12.50 to 15 Suits, $9.25.
These are the cream of the season's output
stylish, smart-looking Suits in all the latest
spring effects. Your choice
Just five lots-Nos. 4321, 4322,
4325. 1330, 4340. of Bojs Com
bination Suits, don 1)1 a sent and
knee, two pairs of pants, fauc mix-
turet. Also a large
nssortment, vv ith one
pair of pants
Aour choice Tor
Bovs' Combination Suits, In plaids
and lancy mixtures, with 2 palra
pants, double Neat and knee. Sizes
3 to lb years,
Prices, $3.50 to $5.00.
Boys Dressy Suits, all styles and A
patterns, nu sizes,
A splendid line of Novelty Suits,
Reerer Suits, and Duplex SultH.
Sizes 3 to a yeaTS. Exceptionally
Prices, $2.50 to $8.00.
A special lot of Boys Knee rants,
la blue diet lots, for 35 cents a pair
3 pairs for 1.
3 llandbomc souvenir presented
free to the ladles today. Base Balla
and Bats free for the boys,
Prices, $3 50 to $8.00.
PARKER, BRIDGET & CO.,
Clothiers, 315 Seventh Street.
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Nip and fuck Sfrnggla Betweei
the' Senators anff Boston
TOM BROWN'S FASTJ1CJN HOME
Hurst Had on Off Day, Bat Evened
Up Decisions und Neither Club
Gained Advuutage Attorney Gen
erulMcKcnnu Occupied tho Pres'
dent's Box How Runs Were Jtfude.
iwiwjf.f Jt TT TT J-IT c j
48x&S fr& $ 4-t l3 "$$
"It'S lUSt aS ,..?rrT,
good as the
Is the refrain you hear frommanu-
a racturera ana agents or. cueap dl-
fcjclen, whose judgment, possibly,
mav be influenced by the lactthat
the CHRIST! .ANATOMICAL SAD-
.DLL. can tbe bought for CO cents
the average cost of the ordinary
- leather hammock saddle.
WON OUT IN THE NINTH".
iyy Philadelphia.. 7 1 .875
2Q Baltimore 7 1 .875
3S- Cincinnati 6 1 .857
H Louisville 5 1 .833
5C( Pittsburg "3" 2 .600
6G Brooklyn 35 .375
?S St. Eouis 2 4 .333
BUS Washington.. 2 4 .333
QQ( Now York... 2 5 .286
IffH Chicago 2 6 .250
fflgg Boston 1 -6 .133
HE MIE )ES?EMtE
Hour Floors of Summer Clothing to Be Slaughtered
in Fifteen Days.
As an evidence of good faitn, we reproduce the permit which has been issued for the rebuilding of
the New York Clothing House. Upward of $10, GOO is to-be spent in remodeling the interior of this
store,, and the work MUST begin May 15. A passenger elevator, metal ceilings, large skylights in every
floor and a complete remodeling of the front is a ,part of the work that is to be done. Every dollar's
worth of our new summer stock is being: sacrificed Men's Suits. Bov's Suits. Children's Sn its EVK"RT-
kTHING-l sYou will' never see prices like these ao-ain.
PRBMIT T U tTTw ST1 In.-r . .. T 7X
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GEELCE OF INSEECTO OE BUILDIKGSi-
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' Insist that your wheel De ntted
With theK.CUINE CHRISTl'SAD
VL.U, and no apent yux lose a sale
on account or onr preference.
Once n Cliristj Jtiaor
Always a curisry Aavocnte.
Booklet, "Blcvclo Baddies from a
Plijfiiclan s btandpolnt," free.
A. G. Spalding & Bros.
1013 Penna. Avenue.
ltao made a seep
to moettbe Dublin.
We aro so.llnjr hlsli-s;rado wheels In
advance of tho times, SOJ.
GEO. L. HALEY, C03 E St N. W
GlS'rKAL SPORTING XOTES
Leo Wlcka bears watching at Elkton.
Che nag Is running In good form.
Jockey Harrison was thrown at Aque
duct and badly injured yesterday.
Overton received a bad. scalp wound by
being thrown, off. Tlgcrlne at Newport.
"Australian" Billy JIurphy expects tj
leave for the antipodes In a few weeks
"Kid" Lai lgne and Eddie Connoljy wilL
figlit for the lightweight championship in.
New York tonight.
Frel Kthnerfl'lillartclphia Fred"), after
a-winfer with thfr"oulaws"iniIarylantC
!ias joined iUc "rail birds."
It Is becoming more and more eident
that racing on the Maryland track is
nothing bort of robberies.
Demagogue, n ho ran away at Aqueduct
on Iondav, will not be allowed to run
again at this track this meeting;
At Elkton yesterday A. Dorsoy was
Fiibpeuded for riding Reform with, a battery-
Southcrnest, at 10 to 1, was given
the race Reform was heavily backed.
Bea .Eder and Harry -Rccd were sent a
mile jesterday at. a racing clip, and the
former had much the best of the tri.d.
"When he starts it is good betting at any
price, in any company, and at any di-j-tance.
Charley McKcever t 111 probably start
for San Traucisco tomorrow. He Is to
box: GeorgeGr cent better known as "Young
Corbett," soma time next mouth for a
fiiiLse of $2,300 Hilly Edwards will go
to the coast with lTcKeeer.
At Victoria Hall, Melbourne, Australia,
Apnl lil, "young Fit7simmous," a nephew
or the world's heavyweight champion, de
feated Harry Raff in quick order in eight
rounds. "Young FitsimmonsriM a prom
ising llghtw olght, and intends jomuig
"Lanky Bob" at aa earlydate.
The London Sporting Life says that
Larry Burns, of Newark w ho went abroad
with Sammy Kelly, and who 1j now in
England, has beea matched to hot twenty
rounds with Harry Greenfield, the Ir.te
Alf Greenfield' nephew, at T2G pounds, at
the Oljmpic Club, Birmingham, on Maya,
Dan. Stuart said that arrangements have
been made at Washington for a copjngut
of the "pictures of the ntzsimmons Cor
bett fight In order to mako the copy
right securo it was necessary to place
with the Government two full copies of
the. fight. It requires five copies to secure
the English copyright A representative
will be sent abroad next week to fix mat-ttrsr-up
there. Tlie copyrights will cost
The Judges at Memphis yesterday re
fused to permit the owner of Bannockburn.
to scratch hihborse, which was quite lame.
Opening at X to 3, the odds receded to
even money. Isnbey became, a- 4 to 5
favorite. Bannockliurn took the lead at
the fall of tha flag, and, although prac
tically running- on three, feet, won easily
by two lengths from Isabey. Bannockburn
pulled up extremely lame and hobbled
bade to the. judges' stand.
Close Gallic Hetvv eeu Itlchmond and"
tho Catholic University Team.
The Richmond College boys defeated the
Catholic University team on their own
grounds by a scoreof -t to 3.
The game was played with a great denl
of snap by both teams, and was interest
ing and exciting-from start to finish. Al
though the university team took the lead
in the first inning, in which they Bcorod
one run and increased their lead by two
more in the third, the. margin was too
small to inspire confidence as to the final
The visitors scored one in the third and
another in the fourth rrotn then on till
the ninth they failed to score, although
often they came very near it. This was
the case In the sev enth inning, when, the
first man up hit safe, to right field, stole
second and went to third on a- short fly
toright field. Tho next man up was hit
with a- pitched ball, but was pat out
stealing second McTighe struck, out tha
fourth man up and prevented their oppo
nents, from scoring
In the ninth the university boya were
retired In one, two. three ordpr, and vvheiu
tho visitors came tp bat the score stood
3 to 2 in favor of the locals, The specta
tors, and there was a goodly crowd of
them, fairly went wild with excitement
The first Richmond up went out on a long
high fly to Uolton in right, Tho next up
was hitNvlth a pitched ball, and seemed
glad of it. Eljson then stepped to the
plate and struck out Two out andaman
on first was the situation. The result
looked like a foregone conclusion, but it
was not. White, the next up, was Uow n on.
McTighe's private tab as a soft thing,
and ho started to play with him. The
umpire called out two strikes. Another
ball was sent over the plate and White
Whacked it right on tho equator line and
drove it far Into right field, Rea, the man
who was hit, passing on to third base. The.
next man up also hit to right, scoring Rea
and ticlng die score, llirsh was next,
and he also hit to right, bringing in. White
and winning the game.
Tiplas and O'BUcnand Hannon did excel
lent work for tha home team, while Cun-'
i-lngham. carried off. the honors for the
In Uieseventii the Richraondsfiubstituted
Wilis for Eagby in left field The score:
JUcnmoniL AH. R. H. TO.A.E:
Wu.sliitiKton, 3; Hoston,3
totiihvillt.', 3; Chicti-j-o, 2.
Cleveland, 12,; St Louis, 4.
UuItJiuorey 5; New Yorlc, 3.
Philadelphia, 5; Binokl.ru,
Ciuclnniiti-X'ittHbu rg: llnin.
Houston ut Washington.
New- Ybrkr tit Baltimore.
Brooklyn ut Philadelphia.
PittHhurg at Cincinnati.
ChicuKO nt Louisville.
Clevelund at St-. LouK.
JUCelU.bi. -4, 0 2 3 CT
Luiininguam, 3b 4 0 0 2 4
rLebnanl.s s.. 4 0 0 10
?-a, lb 2 119 0
Llysou, c. f 3 112 1
whiter r... ,.... 4- JL, 1 I o
Bugby.Lf 3 0,0 2 1
Uirsh, c 4 o 1 5 0
DeCoraps,p 3 12 2 4
Totals 31 4 82710 5
Catholic University. AB-R.Tr. to. a tv
v-onms, i. r 5
Igoe, c. f 4
Cashrnan, s s... 5
Qliohy, lb 5
Fields, c 4
McTighe, p .. 4
Bolton, r. r. 4
Totals 39 3102019 3
Two out when winning- run was made.
Richmond 0 0 11000 024
CatholicUniversity.... 10200000 03
Earned runs Richmond, 2; Catholic Uni
versity, 2. Firstbaseon errors IJlchnion-l,
1. Left on bases Richmond, 4: Catholic
University , 8 Fint base on balls Off Mc
Tiphe, 2: off De Conips, 2. Struck. out-By
McTighe, 7", by De Comps, 2. Two-base
hits -Collins, Cashmau, TOohy, McTighe
Sacrifice hit Cashrnan. Stolen bases
Richmond, 2; Catholic Univcrsity3 Dou
ble plajs Cashrnan, Tuohy, O'Brien, and
Bagby to Leonard Hltby pitcher McTighe,
2. Passed ball HInh. Umpire Mr, Daley.
Time of game 2 hours and 50 mluutes.
THE. VEST POCKET SCHEDUXEv
The- TJmei Offers It Free to
Interested In Baseball
Now that the baseball season Is fairly
under way, every "fan" or"rooer" in the
city will v unt to keep tab on tho WasJiiug
ton club until the- close of the fight m
October Tha handiest thing: yet devised
for this is the vest pocket schedule which
has befn issued by Tlie Times. It is of a
convenient size, shows the games, to le
played at home, the datca and the clubs,
and the games away from home. Ev-ry
"fan" should have one They can be had
free of charge by calling-at Tbe Times
office, or will be mailed to any address
uron receipt or a 2-cent stamp.
Freddy What is a buckctshop, papa?
Papa A bucket shop, my sou, is tho
business place of thebroker across the way.
j-New Tort Commercial Advertiser.
A Boon to Catarrh Sufferers.
Eighty in cvciy hundred" bear the taiut
of this dread disease. Small at its be
ginning, bnt may prove a torture for life
if neglected. George Lewis, or Shamokin,
Pa., sajs: "I am eighty yeais old, I have
been a sufferer from catarrh Tor fifty
vears Dr. Afrnew's Catarrhal Pnwriprmnv
pletely cured me look apoarit as a
miracle " It is delightful and safe to
With the score tied at the close of the
tenth annlng, and with night drawing its
sable curtains over the landscape, Umpire
Hurst very judiciously called the game
between the Senators and tho Bostons
at National Park v estcrday afternoon.
There was no complaint on account or
tho verdict of the "Master of the Field,''
and the fans went home to cold dinners
fully satisfied with their afternoon's en
tertainment. It was a fairly good expose of the game
nmTnhat Uie score remained close kept
the audience on the qui vlve from tho
start until the fast Beancater had been
retired in the extra inning.
It was not so much the remarkable play
ing" of the clubs either that held the tally
sheets at a chetk. A couple of decisions
by Hurst put Boston bejond the pale of
-winning, and he stayed the Senators from
victory In the same manner.
Had Hurst called Duffy out on strikes
in the fifth, as he should, tne score would
have resulted 3 to2at things turned out,
or had he declared Rellly safe "St first la
the tenth, which he was, the Senatorn
would have won. That is the home side
But on theothcr hand, Timothy gave two
closo decisions against the visitors, either
of which awaided in theii favor would
have allowed them to win
However, leaving aside what might have
been, abjuring dlscusslou Of the contest in
the ubstract and coming down to plain,
cold facts, Capt. Tom. Brown saved a de
feat and in another way repeated his bril
liant"' work of the day previous It was
hU bold, daring run home in the seventh,
amounting almost to a steal to the plate,
-tbarsTorcd the third tally which tied the
score and blocked a beating
"Doc" McJames and joung Mr Sullivan
were pitted against one" another on the
rubber, and the boys fully maintained
their reputations as "warm members" of
the twirling fraternity. The disciple of
Esculaplus was hit the oftener and a
trifle harder than the Emersonian, but
Jimmy kept his hingles scattered, and
only suffered a succession of shots in the
fifth, when Ganzel pounded. him for a
three-bagger and Sullivan and Hamilton
followed with singles.
McGulre caught In "old reliable" form,
the stand by having six putouts and three
assists to his credit. He threw Champion
Base-runner Hamilton out twice at stc-
nd on attempts to burglarize the bag.
Johnny O'Brien and Charley Reilly were
strong factors In the game, both plajlng
in tho most brilliant manner. In fact, tbe
infields of both teams accepted a large
number of chances and left the guardians
of tho outer gardens very little to do.
The President's box waa occupied for the
first time, Attorney General McICenna and
Mr. Haelton, of the editorial staff of the
San. Eraneico Chronicle, christening the.
neat little pagoda on the roof. The distin
guished" gentlemen enaojtd the contest to
(lie utmost and remalued until the last
man was out
It was ladles' day, and the fair fans were
present by thousands The prognostica
tion ot April showers by the Weather
Bureau had a tendency to make them cur
tail a" display of their finery, and the
grand stand lacked the eff ulgenre of color
seen on other days less thre itened by the
Neither side scored in the opening Inning
and the Senators drew a hlanlr in the
second. In the third they raked bay.
Capt. Brown, could not con- and was
retired on three-strikes T ifdy got in the
way of a pitched ball, Jnd arter making;
a great ado over the matter, walked to
first. Sullivan continued his vviklnesa
and gavaMeJames a free ticketto Tcnny'a
corner, pushing; Redly to second. Abbey
whisked the ball tcr short, bntLoug erred
and booted it about tiie field and Reilly
scored. "Doc"'wentdown to third during
the melee, but Abbey, in frying to reacli
second, was caught from Collins to Long:
to Lowe- DeMontreville then came up
and stung: the leather too hot for Long
to hnndic -with good aim to Tenny, and
McJames scored. Gene tried to steal
second but -was nailed from Ganzel to
Long, retiring the side,, "with two tallies
to the good..
The Senators barvesteJ their third and
last tally- in the seventh. After O'Brien
had been put out by Tenny, unassisted, at,
first and Cartwrlght's longfly which. Staid'
squeezed, Brown hit down the first base
J line-and by a-wonderful burst ot speed beat
vaiih- mmlicatum'rNL' Y0
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The $1.50 qualities . .
The $2,oo qualities . .
The $3.ooiquaIities , .
The .00 qualities . .
Children's Knee Pants.
Children's Knee Pants, ages 4 to 14,
former price, 50c. Go for
Children's Knee Pants, ages 4 to 16, former
price, $1. Go for. 5
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price, $1.50. Go for 75C
New York Clothing House
311 Seventh Street Northwest,
Tenny to the sack. Reilly came up and
made an Infield tap as Brown started to
steal second and Tom reached think Rally
was safe on first and with McJames at bat
be stole toward second and Rrown headed
for home. Gan7el threw to Collins, but
Tom fairly flew down the path, and when
Collins returned the ball to Ganzel the
Senators' captain was stretched across the
plate with the tieing tally. The homo
club was blanked In quick order in the
eighth, ninth and tenth innings
Thevisltorsscoredonlyinthe fifth. Gan
zel hit the ball a mile to center, but being
a slow miner could only travel as far as
third, Sullivan drove out a single and Gan
zel tallied. Hamilton, made a base hit, and
he and Sullivan were advanced by Tenny's
sacrifice. Longr was retired from McJames
to Cartwright. McJames made a wild pitcli
to Duffy, and Sulllvaa trottedin and Hamil
ton registered on Duffy1 single to center.
htahL closed the inning by going out from
O'Brien to Cartwright. The attendance was
5,250. The score.
Washington AB R. H.rO.A.E.
Abbey x. f. 5 0 0 2 0 0
DeMontreville, s. s 4. 0 3 2 1 1
Selbach.l f 3 0 10 0 0
McGulre.c 4 0 0 6 3 0
0Brlen,2b 4 0 0 3 5 0
amrtght,lb 4 0 11,1 0 0
Brown, c. f 4 1 L 3 0 0
Reilly,3b 2 1113 0
McJames", p. .. 3 10 0 3 0
delphia, 7, Brooklvn, 6. Plrst base on
balls Off Wheeler, 5; oft McMahon, 2.
First base on cnors Philadelphia, 1, Brook
lvn, 1. Wild pitch McMahon. Hit by
pitcher Hallman. Time of game 1 hour
and 55 minutes. Umpire Mr- Emslle.
GAVi: AWAr THE GAME.
Sullivan nnd Stafford Made Yellow
and Costly Errors.
Baltimore, April 30. The Champions can
thank Mr. Sullivan and Mr. Stafford for
today's victory, they giving Baltimore two
runs, and virtually thegame. Score,
Baltimore. r R.H.PO.A.E.
Qulnn, 3b 0 0 13 0
Kecler, r. t 3 4 4 0 0
Jennings, s. s 0 13 3 0
Eelley, I. f 0 14 0 0
Dovle, lb 0 0 10 1 0
Menzel.c. f. 112 0 0
Reitz, 2b , 1112 0
Clarke.c 0 1110
Hoffer.p 0 0 10 0
Totals 5 9 271G 0
Browns and Hutchinson's poor work In the
boK gave CleTeland an easy victory Kis
singer relieved Hutchinson In the eighth
St Louis. E. H.PO.A.E.
Douglas.l f 10 3 0 0
Dowd.ct 0 12 0
Turaer.r f -. 0 2 0 0
Connor.lb 1 0 14 0
Hartman,2b 12 2 1
Bauer,3b . 12 2 3
Cross, s s 0 12 4
Murphy.cr ..... 0 0 2 2
Hutchinson, p 0 0 0 4
Klsduger.p , 0 10 0
Totals 4 9 2714 6
Cleveland. , 2.. BLPO.A.E.
Burkett.Lt 0 0 10 0
McKean,s s 3 15 4
Sookalexls.r f 3 2 2 0
Childs,2b 10 5 5
McAlter.af 0 2 0 0
Tebeau,lb 2 2 11 0
Wallace. 3b 2 2 14
O'Connor.c 0 111
tMlsou.p 1 2 1 3
GEORGETOWN VS. RICHMOND.
Tan Haltren, c. f. 0
TIernan, r. t ..... 0
Joyce, 3b 0
Beckley, lb. 0
Sejmour, 1. f. 2
Stafford, s. s 0
Warner, e. .................. 0
Sullivan, p r... 0
R. H. PO.A.E.
Totals... 33 3 73015 1
Hamilton, c.f 4 1
Tenny, lb 4 0
Long, 8. s 5 0
Durry, i. f 4 o
Stahl, r.f. 5 0
Lowe, 2b .' 5 0
Collins. 3b 4 0
Ganzel, c 3 1
Snllivan.p 4 1
3 2 0
2 4 5
Totals 38" 3 1130 21 3
Washington 002000 10003
Boston 0 0 003 000003
Earned runs Boston, 2. Fust bas.e by
errors Washington, 2, Boston, 1. Heft
on bases Washington, 4? Boston, 9 Struck
out By McJames, Duffy, Hamilton. By
Sullivan, McJames, Reilly. Three-base
hit Ganzel Sacrifice lilts Tenny, Gan
zel Stolen bases Brown, Reilly. Ham
ilton. Hit bv pitcher By Sullivan, Reilly.
Wild pitches McJames, 2. Passed ball
Gan'l Uiuphe Mr Hurst Time of
game 1 hour and 5GBmimites
ANOTHER FOR THE! PITELXIES.
Totals 3 9 24 G 3
Baltimore 1 0 0 1210 0 x 5
New York 0 0 0 102 0 0 03
Earned runs Baltimore, 1; New York, 3.
Two-base hits Seymour. Thra-ba&e hits
Reltr, Home runs Seymour. LefCon bases
Baltimore, 2; New York, 7. Struckout
By Horfer, Seymour; by Sullivan, Hoffer.
Umpire Lynch. Tlmeof game 2 hours.
Total .- 12122717 0
St. Louis 00031000 0 4
Earned runs St. Louis 3; Clevel&ad, 3.
Two-base hits Do wd, McKean. Thiee
base hits Cross, Kissluger. Home runs
Hartman, Sockalexis Double plavs Mc
Kean, Tcbeau. Time of game 2 hours
and 5 minutes- Umpire Mr. McDonald.
A New Team From Virginia-to Pluy
Georgetown Field will this afternoon be
the battleground for Georgetown 'Varsity
and Richmond CoUege in a game of baseball
The visiting team is among the ttrongest
college teams in the South, and has not
been defeated bya- college team this season.
Its splendid work, this week against Co
lumbian College and the Catholic Univer
sity stamps it as no mean adversary. Tha
team has played plendid ball, clean cut
and especially strongr Irr team, wort, and
from the line taken on itsplayingitis easy
ito see that It will make the game an In
teresting one for the "blue and gray."
Since the last jrame on tho flnld r.nnt?
0 j McCarthy has given the local boys lots of
nani practice and drilling, and ther nerv
ousness displayed In the beginning; of the
season has entirely worn off , and the team
will play the game ic has shown itself,
capable of doing:
Walsh or Bache will pitch- for George
town, and Capt. McCarthy will holddowu
the Initial bag.
J-OUISV1ELE BUNCHED HITS.
Wheeler Kept tho (Brooltlyns Down
to Five Hits.
Philadelphia, AprilSOTheBrooklyn boys
lost to the Phillies again'today. The game
was better pla-jedthan yesterday- It was
McMahon'? first gamer with Brooklyn,, und
lie showed up in verygood form Tit t.cure
Philadelphia, r R. II. PO.A.E-
.v.i 0 0
Cooley, c f ..
Geier, r f..
Delelianty.l f 0
Cross, 3b P.'.H 0
Clements, a A..Ji 0
Bi.yle,. lb .,.t.,i 0
Gillen, s s -......, 1
Wheeler, p ... 1
How tho Colonels Won From Pnpa
Louisville, April 30 The Colt only
scored ty a lucky two-bagger and an
error. Louisville bunched hits on Cal
lahan, who pitched a good game on the
Clark, 1. f 0
MiCrecry, r. t 0
Pickering, c f 1
WerJen, lb 0
Rogers, 2b I
Wilson, c 1
Johnson, s- s 0
Clingman, 3b 0
Fraser, p 0
Totals 3112716 2
Other Games; Yesterday.
Scranton, April 30. Syracuse, 1; Scran
Norfolk, April 30. Norfolk, 5; Lancaster,
WilkfsbaiTe, April 30. Wilkesbarre, 30;
Springfield, Mass., April 30 Buffalo, 6;
Paterson, N. J., April 30. Paterson, 11;
LT7&H GOES TO TORONTO.
Ashe and Kimble Also Relegated
to Minor Leagues.
The ax fell In the Senators camp yester
day and three players lost their heads.
Outfielder Billy Lush was- notified to
report to Toionto and rstchers Ashe and
Kimble were informed that they, too,
would have to take further seasoning In
niifbr company before they could be con
s.dered fast enough for the big-League.
Aslio -will go to Newport, R. I., and
Kimble will probably Join Lush at Toronto.
Lush left for Toronto yesterday afternoon.
Cincinnati, April 30. At Newport tcday
races resulted as follows:
First race Sue furlongs. Flotowv 6 to
5, -won; Lonely, second; Lady Julie T.,
third. Time, 1:17 1-4.
Second race One mile-Chicot, 3 to 5,
won; Prudent, 50 to 1, second; St. Fa trick,
S to 1, third. Time, 1.4S 1-2.
Third race One and one-eighth, miles.
Ondague, 4 to 5, won; Ollian, 8 to 1,
Eecond; Little Puck, third. Tlmer2 01 1-2.
Fourth race Seven furlongs. Whater
loo, 5 to 1, -won; Cynthia, second; Bella
of Fordham, third. Time, 1:31 3-k
Fifth race Four and a halt furlongs.
Bcnnivillc, 3 to I, won; Buskin, secondj
John Bright, third. Time, 0.58.
Sixth. race Seven furlongs. J. H. C,
T to 5, won; Banquo II, 7 to 5, second
Fresco, third. Time, 1:32.
L1.R. H.PO.A. E.
,.-..... 5 8 27 15 2
-. R. H.PO A E
Griffin.cf. 0 15 0 0
Jones, r. t. 0 0 2 0 0
Anderson, 1. f. .-...,, 0 2 10 0
Shindle, 3b .-... 0 112 1
LaChance, lb 10 8 10
Canavan, 2b .-.... 10 0 0 0
G Smith, s s 0 0 5 2 0
Grtm, c 0 0 4 10
McMahou.p .r 0 112 0
Totals 2 5 27 8 1
Philadelphia ,.00020 1101-5
Brooklyn 02000000 0-2
Earned runs Philadelphia, 2 Two
base lute Shindle, Gillen Double plaj
Gillen, Hallman. and Bovle Stolen
La Chance Struck out Bv Wheeler,
by McMahon, 4. Left on bases-
Everett, 3b 0 2 3 10
Dahlen, s 9T. 0 0 3 5 0
Lango, c. f. 0 0 2 0 0
Thornton,l. 0 12 0 0
Rjan.r.f 110 0 0
Decker, lb 1 r 6 1 0
rrerrer, 2b 0 14 0 0
Callahan, p 0 10 2 0
Anon, c 0 0 7 10
Totals 2 7 27 10 0
Louisville 0 2.10 0 0 0 0 03
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 02
Earned runs -Off. Callahan,. 2 Ficstbase
on errors Chicago, 2 Lofton bases Louis
ville, 4: Chicago, 9. Two-base lilt Decker.
Three-baser bits Johnson, Warden, Syan.
Double plays Everett, Dahlen and Decker-.
Dahlen andTfiffer. Callahan Dalilenind
Decker. Stolen bases -Clingman,. Dahlen.
Struck. out-By Callahan, McCrecry, 2;
Fraser, Johncon, Clingman. Wirdenuby
Fraser, Everett Hit by pitcher By Cal
lahan, Clingman. Base on ball-Ofr Calla
han, Rogers, off Eraser, Lange, Decker;
Rvan, 2. Passed ball Anson. Time ot
game 1 hourand38 minutes Attendance,
1,000. Umpire -McDermott.
CornelL' Spring: Chimes,
Ithaca, April 30. The annual spring
games of Cornell Athletic Club were held
here this afternoon. Summary Mile
walk, won by E. C. Zcller; second, R. L.
Hastings, time, 7.22. Two-milo bicvcle
exhibition, paced,. R. L. Ludwigr broke
Cornell record by 4 1-5 seconds; time,
5 8 4-5. Broad Jump, -won by G. B.
BrCkpr; distance, 21 feet 1 Inch. Sixteen
pound shot put, won by A. Blucder, dis
tance,. 37 feet 3 inches.
THE SPIDERS WON EASILY.
The Browns PJnyed a Ioor Game
- In tbe Field.
St. Louis, Aorir30. Loose fielding by the
The Last of Boston.
The popular Boston team will wind up
their spring series in Washington with the
Senators at National Park- this afternoon.
The visitors will try hard to take one vic
tory away with them, and Capt. Duffy
will put In his star pitcher, Charley Nich
ols For the Senators either King- or Nor
ton, will toe the rubber.
Low Hates Tennessee- Centennial
The Southern Railway announces ten-
day excursion tickets from. "Washington. I
.to Nashville, Tenn., on Tuesu"as and
Thursdays of each week, $15.30; 20-day
excursion tickets, $28 75. Double daily
train service; through, sleepers via Ashe
villo, N. C. "Tha Land ot the Sky."
Aqueduct, April 30. Entries for tomorrow!
First race Four and one-half furiongs-Two-year-olda.
Previous,. 113; Pinkertoa'a
Scout. Miss Tenacy, Money Spinner and
Oviat, 110 each; Eoney Daw, 107.
Second race Sit furlongs. Selling. Eu
pheniiaL.,andSiiccessfur, 107 each; Leeds
ville,. 108; Maud Adams, 97; Mohawlc
Prince. 103; Destiny and Ben Ronald 107
each; Prompt, 99; Princess Bonnie, 95.
Third race One andone-sixtcenth miles.
Selling. Premier, 114; Hornpipe, I09;Ray
S.. 104; Emotional, 91; Sunup. 108; Do&
gett, 109;Sue Kitty, 102.
Fourth race Maiden two-year-olds. Four
and one-half furlongs. Oviat, E.quire Ab
ingdon and Surmount, T14 each: Neatest,
Sweet Sound.. aadFkicence Beat, 11 1 each:;
Sifter and Hardy C 114 inch; Newtown
Belle, Laura May and Loreate, 111 each.
Fifth face Six furlongs. Selling. Walt
er, 116; Tenderness, 114; Willie EHtott
andDan-Wood. 110 each; Spiaaiag WbeeL.
98; Her Own. 90; Find Out, 116; Tanirf.
110; Mistral, 109; Hurl, 101; Kinnlkinnlc.
110; Saladln, 95.
Eager to Tnchle Yale.
Madison, Wt3 , April30. An enthnsiaetlc
meetUigofUniversityof Wis crnsin static nta
decided to-send tha 'varsity crew East tg
"It is tbe Beat on nrth."
That is what Edwards & Parker, mer
charts, of P!ains, Ga , say of Chamberlain's
Pain Balra, for rheumatism teao biikC
deep-seated, and muscular pains. Sold by
Heury Evans, Wholesale and RctalLDrug
gjst , 938 F st. and Conn.avS and 3 st. nvr
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