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Baseball
iflM bits— Melcholr. Hocaa, Street. \u25a0 First base
»b called balla— Off " Jones 2. Struck out— By
Hoep S, by Jones 2. 1 Double - plar — Strelb-to
Zfl&pt to' Williams. Time of game — 1 hoar
tad , £S znlsntea. Umpire »— Ptrrlne and Moore.
HARTMAN HAS GOOD DAY
lEagan's Home Run Saved the Com-
muters From a Shutout
PORTLAND, Bept. 14.— Southpaw
JBertxnan had tb« Indian sigrn on the
(Commuters today, and but for the home
jrun that Truck Eagran tore off he vould
have made It a shutout. Portland
jplayed pood baseball all the time and
landed In the seventh inning by bunch
ilng hits, Burdette winning the game
iwlth a drive to center that chased Jim- ;
'my Byrnes In. Haley was on second
jfor Oakland, with nobody out. In the
last Inning, but Hartman corraled Van
lHaltren's liner and doubled up Haley.
The score:
OAKLAND
AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
*m!tlu L-t , 4 0 2 2 0 .0
Hilet.2l) .....4 0 0 1 2 Oi
•Van Haltren, c L ...... 4 0 0 4 0 0
Ea^an, sa 1110 2 0
)Tl»stmnUer, r. f. 4 0.0 0 O 1
jXTtlte. c 8 0 0 6 2 0
ZMffbee, lb 8 0 O 11 1 0
•Z>«TereaßT, Sb 8 0 0 O O . -©!
\Trlsht, p. ..8 0 0 16 0
rrotali : \u0084....2« 1 8 24 13 .1
PORTLAND .
AB. R. BH. PC# A. E.
CasoT, a .: 8 1 1 4 2 .0
Bnnletti, C. f. 4 0 10 0 Oj
Bawy, I, t \u25a0 8 0 12 0 0;
• Donahn*. lb 4 0.0 8 "1 0
;MrCt«tfU,-r.-t. ..4 0 0 4 0 0
Mott, Sb 8 0 12 0 0>
BchimpS, es 2 0 0 1 8 1
Prmes.-c 8 114 20
Hartmaa. p. , H 0 12 2 0
rrWaii ................28 •\u25a0\u25a0*'• « 2T 10 1
- RCXS AKD HITS BY.IXNINGS
iOstlana ...; 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 O—J0 — J
B*«ehlts : VO-O-0 0 110 0 I—B
rortlanfl ....... o 'o 1 0 0 0 10 a^— 2
Basthits '....-.; 1 0- 1 O 112 0 x— 6
SUMMARY j
fitrnck out— By Wright 8. 'by Hartman 5.
Pmm on ball*— Off Wright -1, off Hartman 3.
iTwo •'base bit— Bassey. Double play» — Hartnjan
to I>pnahne. Sacrifice hit — Ba*sey. Stolen
;ba»e»— Bnrflette, Mott. Schlmpl. Hit by pitched
Iballo —^Schtopff. Hartman, Mott. Pasfwl balla —
;Bvrne*. Left on bases — Oakland 4, Portland 4.
ITlme cf came — d boer 40 minutes. Umpire — Der
rtck 3 ../. . ..\u25a0;;.
Baseball Notes
- ; tt '• tt*« S«als 4o not get away with both
Camea today the . southern brigade .will -corn*
'pretty near holfilng down -first place for the
"balance cf the ecason.
Charley Irwln has not had a eingle chance at
third base during the last two tames. This
Is ounsoal, considering that - the Job on which
Irwln is fletalled Is generally one of the busiest
on the ' diamond. . . . . ' '
Charley Street was chased out cf the a;ame
V>y Perrine In the . ninth Inning. It came rery
cnddenly.' but the lndlcatorman most bare had
just cause, for, "when ' Street was ordered to
Jesre, be obeyed meekly. If a ball player be
lieres that he has a chance he Sararlablr wades
in and crabs. : Etreet waa loudly cheered as he
n-allced -to the clubhouse. This was the signal
for another outburst of bitterness against poor
rrrrise.
Perrlne claims that Etreet bsfi his foot off
tbe plate trhen'the unpopular verfllct was ren
dered:ln the cerentb spasm. Perrlne was right
on top of the play and ' surely he should hare
been, able to Judge It perfectly. Perrlne'a work
during • the' last two seasons has been as nearly
perfect^ as that • at . any umpire who erer per
formed. In. this' city." Still, one questionable
firclej'oa .was sufficient to turn hundreds against
hlm-f-the Tcry .eaes, In fact, who tare been sing-
Ins hit ptalsea tU eeason. , '
PHILADELPHIA CINCHES
AMERICAN LEAGUE LEAD
X AMERICAN LEAGUE! <
Clubs—' Woa Lett Pet
PhlUdelphia '..• 80 M .616
Chicago i. 79 64 .694
Drtrolt 77 63 .592
Clereland « 75 l>7 .563
New York -....j.... ...... 62 70 .470
Boston — 88 76 .433
St. Louis... 64 76 - .413
Washington 40 S9 .810
PHILADEI^HIA. Sept 14.— Philadelphia de
feated Boston twice today before the largest
crowd of the season. In tbe first contest the
{home team won in the serenth on doubles by
! Reynold and Darls. In the second game Dygert
'beld the lisltors safe' In all but one Inning.
Scores:
First game — R. H. .E.
Boston 6 11 1
PhlUdelphU - 7 10 1
Batteries — Prnltt and Crigcr; Bender, Dygert
end Schreck.
Second game — R. H. E.
Boston 2 6 2
PhUadelphia ........... 6 11 1
Batteries — Morgan, Proltt and Shaw; Dygert
and Schreck. \u25a0 !
ST. LOUIS, Sept. 14. — St Louis put a crimp
Jn Detroit's pennant aspirations this afternoon
by taking both games of a double header.- Score:
First game — E. H. E.
St. Ixrals 4 8 1
Detroit — ............... 1 8- 1
Batteries— -Bailey 1 and Spencer; Eerrer, Wlllltts
'and Payne. ' < :
Second came— . R. H. " B.
;St Loul« ....... — 4 10 l
Detroit ...;;.....-..: 8 7 2
t Batteries — Glade, . Dineen and- Stephens; Slerer
-tnd Schmidt. . . -
CHICAGd. Sept--14.— Clereland played second
.class ball today and Chicago won by bunching
'timely hits with errors. Rboades' '^wildness
jwas of material assistance to the locals. Smith
; was especially strong in the pinches. Score:
HSHbbCTI r. \u25a0 h. c.
Chicago ».....«. 7 10 l
.Cleveland ....'...;. 2 10 S
; Batteries— Smith cad SuUlran; Rhoades end
'Clarke,
XEW-YORK. Sept.- 14.— The New Yorks
i clinched- the game in the first Inning. Score:
\j~ - • • R. H. E.
York „. 8 8 1
-.Washington ..........\u25a0...'...\u25a0....... 2 7 3
. Batteries — Lenfard, Patten and Kaboe; Dojle
• snd Thomas. >.
JTATIOXAL LEAGUE
Clubs—:. Won Lost Pet
'Chicago;... 06 38 .716
iPlttsburg .......«..; 78 . t3 .r.85
jNew York.... :. 78 55 .987
Philadelphia 71 68 .650
Brooklyn 61 72 .459
Cincinnati ...^... 55 78 .414
Boston 49 Rl .377
itt. L0ui5......... 40 83 .801
BOSTON. Sept. 14.— Philadelphia won both
sames today. The first was fairly well con
tested, but the second was loosely played.
I Scores:
First jrame-^ R. h. E.
3 5 o
Boston \u25a0 1 4 5
Batteries — Coiridonand Dooln; Flaherty and
' JCeedham.
' Second rame — . R. H. E
Philadelphia 9* io o
Boston.:; •.......:.... ......l 4 4
Batteries — C. Brown and Jacklitsch; Llndaman.
L. Brown and Needham. '
PITTSBURQ. Sept, 14.— St. Louis today made
Jts lact appearance of the eeason at Pittsburg
end was an easy loser. Willis pare the team
only three bits. St. Louis did not win a rame
here this eeason. Score: •-
R. H. E.
Pitt»burg ..V6- -8 i
£t; L0ui5....... ..\.:.....;t.;.; ii 3 \u0084\
Batteries — WiUls and Gibson; 'Raymond and
Hostetter-
CHIGAGO, Sept.' 14.— Chicago won today.
R. H. E.
eweago — .........;......:.;.. v,i2s, i» 2
Cincinnati ..........\u25a0.......;•.:...".. 5 \u25a010: 6
"Batteries—Pfelster, Fraser and.Kllng; Coaklfy
McCarthy and McLean. , ••- ' . \u25a0
BROOKLYN. Sept. 14.— Brooklyn won two
fames from New York today. Score*:
\u25a0 First game — R. H. E.
New York ........... 7 \u25a0 ; 15-' "1
Brooklyn ... . ..;..„ . ........;. 8 -8 :*2
Batteries— McGinnlty, Ame« and Bowerman*
B*U, Mclntyre, . Kilter and Berg, -.ir «
• Second game — . R.- H.E.
. >"eir York-.. .0 HrH r ft
I Brooklyn ............/,............ 2 3 0
' BaitwJes^Lytich-«iid-.:Bre*iiataß:"Stricklett
lend Bergen. _ . _ — -. »•.-'•
Philadelphia Increases Lead in American Pennant Race
Features of \ Yesterday's Baseball Game as Seen by Cartoonist Bwer of The Call
«•*\u25a0* -\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0 — '\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0 - | || ' * ' - ' Mil || -*\u25a0 | '*"''. -'l'" ll'" I '-.. ""' " ' ' '"'."-_\u25a0" \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 1, -HI - \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 IJ" -•••\u25a0\u25a0"-'\u25a0'--\u25a0- "! . -\u25a0 — ' - * \u0084- * -\u25a0 - - -- ' |
HENDERSON VICTORIOUS
IN A PITCHERS' BATTLE
Special by Leased Wire to The Call
' STOCKTON. Sept. 14.— -In a great
game thia afternoon the Stockton State
league team easily defeated San ' Jose,
fi to 1. .Henderson and Arellanes op
posed one another on the mound. Hen
derson permitted -but: two hlts'-.and
struck out 10 men, while Arellanes
struck out four and kept the hits down
to seven. -
Th« fungro contest preceding the
gam© was won by Moskiman of * the
local team, who rapped the sphere for
368 feet Score: ;
.SAN JOSE.. -
AB. H. BH. PO. A. B.
Feeney, 2b .8 1 1 :l 2 ;0
Bmith, lb ...............8 0 0- 9 l^'l
Arellaneg, p. ....;... .....4 0 0 1 8 • 1
Collins, c f." ............4 0 '0 0 0" 0
Krause, Li. ,3 0 -0 :2: 2 0 0
\u25a0Reuly, 3b ....'...:...;. '.:. s o 0 '0' l 0
Wilson." c#.. ............ .8 0 1 6 2 0
Wallace, ss. .... ...8 0 0 .' 5 ' l 1
Steffaai, r. t. ........... .8 ' 0- 0 0 0 0
Total! ...... '.... ..29 1 2 24. 10- 3
STOCKTON.
\AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.
Haekett, c. . ........... ..4 1 l 11 2 0
CampbeU, 2b 4 1 1 0 4 ,0
McHale, c-f. '."..:. ....".4 0. 0 I/O? 0'
; Moriarlty, . m. ............4 0 1 1 2' 0
Moskiman, Lf. :..... ....4 0 1 1 0 "0
Henderson, p..-. ...... .....3 1 0 "1* 4. -I 1I 1
MorriBon.r. t. .......... .,1 2 1 .0-0 -0
Bjtbm, lb ....r... ...... .2 l'l 12 0 0
Joyce, 3b-... ........3 0-1 0\u25a0 1 :;0
\u25a0 Totals ................29 8 7-27-13 .1
- RUNS AND HITS BY. INNINGS.
Sin Jos« ...10 0 0 0 0 0/0 o—l
BaMhitß ........00 0 0 01 10 o—2
Stockton ... ...0 0 0 2 0 2 2 0 x— 6
BasehlU . . . .V.'. .0 0' 2"3 . 0 1 I•, 0 x— 7
\u25a0 SUMMARY. '
Home run— Byrnes. Three \u25a0 base hit — Wilson.
Sacrifice hits— Byrnes, , Smith.. , Stolen ' bases—
Campbell, Mortality, Joyce. '»; Left , on bases— •
Stockton 6, . Sao Jose 3. - First base on errors—
Stockton 3, San Jose I.* 'Base on balls— Off Hen
tlerson-2, off Arellanes 5. Double play — Smith to
Wilson. Struck out — By Henderson 10, by Arel- j
lanes 8. - Pasted ball — Wilson. • Umpire—McDon
ald. Scorer — Daris. Time . of gam c— l hour 44 '
minutes. ijSO^KB " ' •'-•
. .. The fatal ; base on balls .worked. 1 ,: orertlme
against Oscar Jones. Not until the seventh did
Of cut Issue * paes. Then he slipped one to Ellis*.
and Delmas achieved ; the ' Texas leaguer . that let
In the run and • caused all the trouble. Jones
apaln passed Ellis in the ninth. , This I time i the
little Angel fielder stole and . registered Ton Del
mas', hit, which •. was the " third , that ; Bert tore
oS daring the same.? Outside of those two Inn
ings Jones i bad every thing and was alwa js . there
to deliver it at a moment's notice. •
d«d«^«BLQOI3 POISON
In no ottier^ disease is a' thoroughVcleansing of the blood^more
necessary than in Contagious Blood Poison.9 VTHe least^ particle of this \u25a0
insidious .virus will multiply in the circulation VandT so^'thoxoughly-i
contaminate 'the ; blood Ithat : no ) part -of the body;willbe exempt from i
the ravages of this powerfuFdisease. f Usually ; jthe first f symptom^ is'j
a little sore or nicer, insignificant in itself, but soon* the blood becomes i;
so contaminated' that^ the mouth and UhroatVuJceHteK'gla^sahCther
grom swell, hairand eye-bro^com^
onthebody, and frequently sores and ulcers brealfbutfon- the flesh to
humiliate the^ sufferer. - ; S; : S.^ Si cures .C6ntagious)Blood tPoisbn? by ?
punfymg; the; circulation. , It attacks the dise^inlt^right^y'by^
going down^into^the; circulation,* neutralizing- and-fc^iiigiouitfevery;
particle :of ';'this^aid;pure^frßsh^d:httl^-^*
sustaining. , The improvement commences'as solinaVthe patient gets' ,
under, the influence of S:!S; S.;-and continues .unWleve^ltricej of ithe^
disease is removed^frbtn; the blood, 'and^th^suffereT'O^pletayrrStiared^
to health. ". Not one particle of -the poison ?is left'f 6r7f uture!;out-breats '%
alters. S.S. has purged and, purified the blood. Book on.the^hpmev
treatment of this'disease'andjany; medical ;*advice*desired : Tree.
: 5P^:-::Si^S-]^^^^i^goA^
TORONTO AUTUMN CUP
TAKEN BY EDWIN GUM
,, Special h}} Leased Wire to The Call
TORONTO/ Sept. 14^-^-Susimary:"
-."• First race— Six furlongs,' pane, nil sg»s: \u0084
Odds. Horse and Jockey- \u25a0 Wt; St.\ % Fin. *
- 6-I— Stanjey - Fay (Lycurgus) 05 , 1 . 1 . 1 12 '.
15-I— Cooney:K.-(J. Murphy) 69 7 7 1 2 I '
2-I^-Merry -England (MeDan). 113 3 2 1 3 n '
Time, 1:13. ,- Sally > Preston,:, Polly; Prim, t Sir
Edward,* Inspector Purrls, 'St.* Jeanne," Terah, \u25a0
Girl, • Freaeat i, ,; Oby iesa, " finished 'as
named. . . \u25a0:..__\u25a0 , : , •
Second, race — Five ! furlongs, ' purse,' 3 year
• olds: 1---'1 -'-' '\u25a0' , '. \u25a0\u25a0\u25a0 . "\u25a0-\u25a0\u25a0_\u25a0 .\u25a0, \u25a0 ' - '\u25a0--•--
Odd*. S. • Hors« ' and r Jockey. Wt. St. % Fin." ">\u25a0
4-I— Clell. Turney- (Delaby). .107- 2 8 1 \ \V»
4-I— Sir \u25a0 Galahad .(McDanlel)aOS 1 2V* 2 *4
5-I— Giles (J. ; Murphy) r . ; . ... 108 \u25a0* 6 -- 12 84
" Time, - 1:01. Don * Ontario,; . Petulant, Uncle
Toby, -Saltram, jSuderman; finished -as named. > •
"- Third race — One -and an eighth miles, selling,
8 year olds and. upward:.- , . . .; \u25a0 ' •
Odds. Horse . and ' Jockey. : Wt. St. s % Fin. *
7-2— Koyal River (Delaby) . 1 . 67 '\u25a0 6 2 1 1 2 *
4-I— Restoration (McCarthy) .-.~ 95 1 812
7-I— First v Mason (Goldstein) . 105 \u25a0 4-1834
.•i Time, 1 :54 2-5. - •»\u25a0 King -of • the • Valley,". Henry
O, ; Factotum" Jupiter,, Rebounder, Cursus,;:fln-
lshed as named.<" "\u25a0\u25a0;;;\u25a0'*-; -'' '.'•':
: - Fourth race— The , Toronto Autumn . cup, hand i- :
cap, ; one and a Quarter tnllrt, 8 : year olds and
upward:- \u25a0 ' \u25a0 .\u25a0\u25a0 \u25a0\u25a0' -\u25a0: \u25a0-, <; - '; \... :\u25a0 \u25a0 \u25a0
Odds. Horse . and \u25a0 Jockey. Wt.' St. % • Fin.
7-2— Edwin Gum (Lycurgus)..l]s- 1 2111
2-I— GHmmer ' (MulcahyX ... V 00 - 2 4 3 2 H
2U— Charlio Gilbert (Mcoar).lo4 > 6 ;3 l; 8 6 ."\u25a0
;-'-" Time, 2:07. ' Main:: Chance, . Marster, \u25a0; Dele
, Strom e, finished •; as , named.
' ?Fif th ; race-r-Two .'. miles, : . steeplechase, 8 year
olds and upward: v : , t«(-,,. ;i* w .? -\u25a0\u25a0\u25a0.••• \u25a0-'•:\u25a0<:,.-.•- -' \u25a0- -:
Odds.? Horse and" Jockey. Wt. St. 94" Fin.
2-I— Steve Lane \u25a0 (Gee) . -; : . . . : 147 3 . 2 1 3 v,
7-2— Dacra(E.r Heidcr) ;.\u25a0..:.. 137 '5 6 1 240
7-I— John - O'Grady (Godden) 1157 10 '\u25a0 5 4 • 3 2 n
\u25a0 .»Tlme, 4:19. •"-• Jimmy. James; Sir Yusef , • Buffer,
Land's End, Father Cntchem, Skydunk, Goatfell,
Have * a Onre, v Gold Girl, .; Blue > Grass , Girl,' fla
lshed as 'named. .\u25a0••\u25a0;'' j\ v'
Sixth' race— One and a 'sixteenth miles,', 3 year
olds and upward, selling: .".. . : • . J _« *
Odds. Horse ; and "Jockey. . • Wt. St. - %-\ Fin. > .
\u0084 4-I— Kelpie (Mulcahy) f . . . . .'. 04 :\u25a0 5 1 1 13":
10-I— Pr. of Orange (lycurgus) »7-2 31.2 h \u25a0»:
4-I— Oberon (J.; Murphy) ...100* 3 4 % 3 2
, -Time, 1:49 1-s.:: Court Martial,. Byzantine," Gold
Note, ißolla," Crafty, , Stoney Lee, Moongold, Jun
gle ' Imp, , Lit te . Boot," finished as named. v r -
•\u25a0 ' Serenth race— Fire furlongs, purse, 2 ' year
olds: - r :•-\u25a0-\u25a0-.\u25a0-'\u25a0• \u25a0• \u25a0'\u25a0- -\u25a0 ' •\u25a0- \u25a0 -, -. - .',..\u25a0\u25a0:\u25a0 \u25a0
Odds. \u25a0': Horse . and . Jockey. J Wt. St." \u25a0%^ Fin."'
9-s— Ten; by, Courtesy (McD); 110 .13 I^l h '-'\u25a0
6-s— Ketchemike (Goldstein).: 110- 3 ' 11 2 5 1
7-I— Revery - (McCarthy) :;...107^ 5V42 8 lv,
• Time, ; 1:01 1-5. •i- Oscar *T, "\u25a0 Rifle • Range,* Sea,
Magenta, Dog of .War, -finished as. named." "
'ACCTXSES ' HXTBBAITD-^Oaklandi .*" Sept. "V 14.—
Mrs. "Virginia r Bettencourt j swore r to * a j warrant
today. In Judge :, Geary's \u25a0 court i for I the i arrest ; of.
Manuel '•:.: Bettencourt,'? her " husband.' - j The -f.wlfe
charged J that; Bettencourt ? beat f her; because | sup
per was • not i ready .- ; Bbc ;\u25a0 said J that ' he ; had t mis
.treated:her,for<eight years. .. .-.--^ - --. \.
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lucky one ( in the high; weight handicap.
He f opened at * 8 to 5 5, ; > but quickly ; went
down, to 7 to 5, at which price; he, closed
favorite. ,- The start was good,' Sadler
being I the 1 first jto show. £J He . setV a ' hot
pace; to .the ; quarten* with Altuda; and
Far.West close up. .Entering the,- home
stretch • Quadrille took ; the -.lead Jfor •: a
briefperlodj-i giving place, to Far^West.
Theilatter, under \u25a0; a vigorous ride iby
Miller,; maintained his .slight advantage
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at $7,500:f0r 2 ; year' olds,- was- won; in
hollow style by the second choice,'
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The annual Champion .stake, ".with- a
cash- value of $25,000, was a race from
start . to ' finish. - The Voter colt. Ballot,'
from : thelstable ; of ; J." R* Keene, was
selected '-.( to s carry.,; the "public's ; money, ;
and; closed^ an y even •.-;;: money. i
They.iWere'off ;tb ; a splendid; start," with :
Ballot, : Montgomery - and Salvidere as
the -. Ballot ?• kept ; the ; lead I the
flrst;tlme:around,and:held it:for about
two miles I when ) the ' terrific i pace he ; set
told=:a'gainst',him;and"he';Was soon re
placed" by ' Salvidere. " Dugan shook
the J Hitchcock | geldingr, - which respond
ed gallantly, drew away and won. hand
ily,;three; lengths \ in = advance ; of Mont
gomery.^. Ballot. lasted: long enough to
show.'-"..,; Summary: -\u25a0-. -;•;- '- ' .-. \u25a0 -yf. t ,
• V First ) race,'"- handicap, . six furlongs— Far : West
won, * Altnda second, Quadrille third. Time,
1:13 2-5.
Second race, the Westbuir steeplechase, handi
cap, i about ; two and a .half miles— Sheriff , VTil
i Hams . won. McKlttredge second, Mr. McCana
; third. Time, 5:10.
! - Third race, the Great Eastern handicap, §ix
furlongs — Meellek .won. Firestone aecond. Julia
j Powell third. Time, 1:14 1-5. . .
;'-','; '-', ' Fourth race, < the Annual champion, two and a
quarter mflett — SalrMcre won. Monteomerr sec
ond. Bajlot third. Time, 3:56 2-5.
Fifth race, : handicap, one ' and three-sliteenth
miles — Tonrenne won, Astor dOr second, : PhU
Finch third. .: Time, 1 :59 1-5.
: Sixth race, one mile— Vine won. Kfnjj Cols sec
ond, Druid third.' : Time, 1:39 3-5.
BRIDGE AT SHELL MOUXD
•OAKLAND, Sept. 14.— Captain L.ud
wigiSiebe, proprietor of Shell M/>und
park, ils , having a ' bridge erected from
the Emeryville race course to his re
sort across the tracks of the Southern
Pacific : company •to Insure the . safety
of pedestrians* and vehicles that visit
the » pleasure grounds. Heretofore
travelers were required to cros3 a con
fusing and dangerous network of rail
road "tracks and many, persons have
been 1 injured and killed at the crossing
by trains.
YaGhting
MISS SUTTON WINS CUP
AND DOES NOT GET IT
PASADENA, Sept. 14. — Miss May Sut
ton, : woman tennis champion of tb"»
world, arrived home last night. . Slnc<»
leaving Pasadena last spring Miss Sut
ton participated In tennis tournaments
In Great Britain, Canada and ths
.United States. She regained the cham
pionship of England, which sh» had
lost last year to Mls3 Douglass. She
was defeated In * but ono Important
match while away.,
Miss.Sutton failed to bring homo th«
tristate cup which she won at Cincin
nati'for the. third time. The cup Is
now. her 'property, but cannot be. lo
cated. Miss Sutton, however, brings &
valuable collection of trophies won on
two continents.
POPULATION OF TERRITORIES
WASHINGTON. Sept. 14. — Th« census
bureau announced Friday thact the total
population of the territories of Okla
homa and Indian Territory was ,1.409,
732. with four districts unreported, an
increase of "8 per cent over 1900, and
that the aggregate population was
larger than any. state at the time of
admission Into the union. West Vir
ginia was the next largest.
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