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THE NA7Y YARD DEFEATED
Headquarters Wins a Game
pletc With Enthusiasm
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Plenty if Krrori rnlxli RxoKe
jufMit for VInrliinj imtl ppcln1or
Cuuil Buttery Wurlc in Hot Mil in
fcreretnry I11111 In Atlriiilnnn
I regret to report began the story of
Captain Coombs of tlie Navy Yard 31a
rJiic Corps baselnll team in regard to
the engagement in which those forces
were completely routed at American
League Park yesterday afternoon by an
army or nine baseballists from the Head
quarters Marine Corps The familiar
phrase so much ued by English comman
ders in conveying tidings of British South
African reverses preceded what was to
be the tale of a great slaughter
fES Mi 1st lit fi ls 3x1
The wignag is lrouit into service vilien otler
sipials Itivccn Catcher Smith and 1itclicr
Uabjlon tail-
The victory of the Headquarters forces
was decisive By steady work with the
bat they managed to compleWly
the Navy Yardije s in run getting
Several deep laid strategic plans of the
latter wem agley because of blundering
by the player If one Alfrtd Tennyson
writer of verse had been on hand with
The Charge of the Light Brigade he
would doubtless have worked the Some
one had blundered verse overtime The
fact that there was an aggregate of six
teen errors shows that the contest was
rather a continual performance of this
character
Extremely accurate however was the
work of the batteries In fact the
only element of certainty In the whole
game was tied up in the work of pitchers
and catchers Boland and Babylon were
the opponenfs who served up small sized
cannon balls for the batsmen to swing at
And to each accrued the credit of send
ing nine Marines to the benches after
futile amblentle thrashing
Scond Baseirsn Walters in pnnroit 0 a bet
t grounder he has failed to capture
4 Bothj teams had been preparing for
thecontest for several weeks As a re
sult their triumph the victors now
claim the championship of the navy army
and Marine Corps of Maryland Virginia
and the District of Columbia and will
take prompt steps to crush any team
which raises a claim to this title
Secretary Long was present for a time
and watched the game with Interest Gen
eral Heywood occupied a box Many
other officers prominent In the army
navy or Marine Corps were present Up
in one corner of the grandstand the Ma
rine Banu played snatches of popular airs
between innings when the music would
not disturb the evolutions ofthe com
promises between Uncle Sams Jack Tars
and his gallant land warriors
In the make up of both teams were a
number of ex college stars who ire serv
ing In the Marine Corps wlth lhe hope of
ultimately securing commissions Cap
tain Coombs of the Navy Yard aggrega
tion Is an old athletic crack from
Pennsy
It was 5 oclock when the skirmishers
took the field After that it was not long
before the real action began
Headquarters plunged headong Into the
f rav and by the time 1 heir opponents had
effected a trio of sllgnt repulses In the
shape of three outs jfcey wcie two runs
to the good With flying colors the Navy
Yard Marines went to the bat but were
sent out In one-two-three crder with the
came colors a trifle draggled The
Biier cf the Niry Yardites cre of the few given
a base on ball marcBes to first
mandlng officer of the Headquarters
forces ordered n continuance of the pol
icy of benevolent assimilation of rono and
two more tallies were corralca in the sec
ond A brilliant Hank movement aided
by the bombjranvnt of Pitcher Larylons
twisters to the extent of two singles und
the Navy Yard secured a similar auvan
tage in their half of the Inning
There was nothing of particular note
until the fourtli inning The Headquarters
A Happy Combination
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made a happy combination of antiseptic
and healing remedies with a delightful
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Jsiozfodonf
For the Teeth end Drih
By mall and 7Sc Ball 4 lJuckel N Y City
u r
forces then secured n brace of scores In
the thlnl a single run was captured
while the marines who da sentry duty
and other service at the big gun shop on
thy Potomac were cut off from their
uourso of runs In the third
During all this time ire had -been
occasional brilliant work by iia e runners
who made frequent sorties and anchored
themselves at the various base bags dur
ing their cruise around the stations
Jt was in the sixth Inning that the navy
ard command in desperation appeared
to be vanquished Perhaps their oppo
nents were overconfident At any rate
they began to mishandle the ball in a
frightful manner and although the
lnrdites secured but one single they
were two runs better off when the inning
clo ed than they had been before with
the score standing a to i That was all
they could do during the game as far as
scoring was concerred
The tabulated score Is rather a prosaic
representation of the happenings of a
game like yesterdays The score
NAVY YAKD It II TO A U
Kelly ss 0 0 0 4 1
Reynolds 3b 0 13 3 0
Coombs lb 0 1 12 0 0
Walters 2b 12 114
Poutz c 10 14 0
lioiand p T 0 19 2 2
Heckathome cf 1 0000
Murray If 12 10 0
Baker rf 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 4 7 27 11 7
IIEMKJUAUTEI1S R II 10 A E
Kummer rf 2 10 0 0
Orstendorf lb 2 17 0 2
Tdrner 3b 2 2 4 0 3
Tucker cf 12 0 0 0
Larimer 2b 1 12 2 2
Esmond ss 13 0 12
Watts If 0 13 0 0
Smith c 1 0 10 2 0
Babylon p 0 112 0
Totals 1 11 27 7 3
Navv Yard 0 110020004
Headquarters 2 2 1 1 1 0 1 0 10
First base on errors Nayy Yard 6
Headquarters 3 Left on bases Navy
Yard 0 Headquarters 8 First base on
balls Off Boland 2 off Babylon 1 Struck
out By Boland 9 by Bab Ion 9 Two
base hits Murray Reynolds Stolen bases
Larimer 3 Kummer 2
Tucker 2 Smith 2 Turner Coombs
Murray Heckathome Hit by pitcher
Uy Boland 2 Wild pitches Boland 1
Umpire Ryan Time of game 2 hours
GANS MEETS THEEE MEN
Each of flit- IloutN at Baltimore
Peculiar to Itself
BALTIMORE July 15 Joe Gans at
tempt to defeat three men consecutively
tonight was not crowned with success
He outpointed the first man the police
Interfered In the second bout and the
third contest could easily be called a
draw
The agreement was that If either of the
men was on their feet at the end of the
sixth round no decision should be given
His first opponent was Harry Berger of
Philadelphia Berger was too strong for
Cans who however eaily outpointed
him The next man to tackle Gans was
McGoverns boxing partner Jact Dono
huc In the second round Donohte wculd
have been knocked out only for the po
lice
The third man to meet Gans was Kid
Thomas of New York This was more
of a sparring match than anything else
EACES AT THE COLISEUM
Albert Champion nml Johnny Xelxon
to Meet on Friday Mhl
After many postponements and disap
pointments there will be a meet at the
Coliseum bicycle track Friday night next
at S oclock The feature will be a
motor paced race between Johnny
Nelson the little Swede and Albert
Champion champion of France The rid
ers will be furnished pace by four motor
cycles and the event promises to be the
hottest contest in the way of match races
witnessed on the local bowl
Albert Champion was scheduled to ride
gainst Tom Linton last week but owing
to the inclement weather and other dates
for the riders it was impossible to pull
off the meet This time however the
middle distance rider who at the present
time stands at the top of thellst of middle
distance riders will appear against Cham
pion arid the result will be watched with
unusual interest not only In this country
but in all of the European countries
where Champion has ridden
Johnny Nelson needsno introduction to
the Washington public us he rode in this
city the latter part of June at which time
he defeated Burns Pierce the Canadian
champion in a twenty mile event break
ing the worlds record for a mile In com
petition in the last mile of the race The
race was considered by many the prettiest
contest ever witnessed on the Coliseum
trackand when the little rider captured
the mile record he clearly demonstrated
to the riding public his speedy qualities
The amateur events which were sche
duled to be run off last week will be In
cluded In the programme for Friday night
and will include a one mile novice and a
one mile handicap Fast time is expected
In each of the events and as a whole
the make up of the programme could not
be Improved upon for the amateur riders
ruCKY FOB THE CULPRITS
Oar Benign Influence Exerted In Be
half of Convicted Chinese
The State Department has received in
formation from China which r roves the
wisdom of the Presidents instructions to
our representatives there to use all their
Influence in the direction of moderation
and humanity in the punishment of those
Chinese officials accused of crimes Un
der the Inliuence of these representations
of the United States the list of capital
sentences was reduced from ten tb four
and mitigation of other sentences was
obtained It is now clear that some of
those against whom capital punishment
was demanded have been proved to be
entirely Innocent -of the charges against
tbem and In many other casts proof has
been adduced that the offencts with which
they were charged wcre not nearly so
grave as was at first supposed by the for
eign representatives in Ptkin
CONDITION STILL CRITICAL
Dr Went Nn Longer DtItrlonH But
HIn Recovery In Uncertain
Dr G W West a prominent physician
-of this city who has been a patient at
Columbia University for some
days past in consequence of heat pros
tration is in a critical condition Dr
West was very weak yesterday but en
joyed the relief of sleep at night which
t is hoped will produce beneficial results
Mentally the patient Is much Improved
He is no longer delirious and recognizes
those who are in attendance upon him
The physician in charge of the case is
not prepared to ensure the recovery of
the patient but no immediate change
distinctly for the worse or toward re
covery Is anticipated
FOR A JUDICIAL ENQUIRY
Mr Clnpii AVIhIk m IIIh Wift x Mental
Condition Examined Into
Robert Woodbrlge Clapp ytisterday filed
a petition In the Supreme Court of the
District asklnr that the mental condition
of his wife Catherine A Clapp be made
a matter of Judicial enqriry
It Is probable that Mrs Clapp will be
sent over to St Elizabeths Asylum for
the Insane today- Temporary papers it
Is understood may he securtd this morn
ing from Sanitary Officer Frank author
izing her commitment Since being placed
at the Washington Asylum Friday morn
ing of last week Mrs Clapp has given
but little trouble She has been very
talkative but has exhibited 110 violent
symptoms such as rausid her husband to
complain to the police of hr conduct
The application of Mr Clapp is likely
to be callc d to the attention of Juttlce
Bradley today und a day set for a ilnai
hearing
Major S IveMe rn Aunlvei Mlr
Three years ago yesterday Richard Syl
vester was appointed Alajor and Superin
tendent of the Metropolitan Polite In
remembrance of the anniversary he was
presented yesterday morning with a floral
horseshoe by the clerks of the depart
ment On a card attached was Inscribed
the sentiment With best wishes that
you may enjoy many anniversaries of the
dato of your appointment
V3
THEIMES WASHINGTON TUESDAY JULY lfl 1901
BROKE EVEN AT BALTIMOBE
The SonaforH Able to Carry Oil
But One of the Games
Let- Pitches AVnshliiKt tt Victor
In the Ilr Contest el Inciiinii
AIiIh In Itun Ct ttliiK CnrrleU Fair
ly Effective Hut Luck Control
Tcaterdn Games
American League
Washington 3 Baltimore 2
Baltimore 7 Washington 3
Philadelphia 6 Boston 1
National League
New York 5 St Louis 0
Boston 4 Chicago 1
Cincinnati -I Brooklyn 3
Pittsburg Philadelphia rain
Todn Games
American League
Boston at Cleveland
National League
Philadelphia at Pittsburg
Boston at Chicago
Hon- the Club Stand
AMERICAN LEAflUE
Won Lost
Chicago 43 23
Boston 10 23
Baltimore 34 27
Detroit SS 31
Washington 28 31
Philadelphia 27 37
Cleveland 2fi 41
Milwaukee 23 45
XAnOKAL LEACLK
WVi t
Pittsburg 43 15
St Louis- 40 32
Philadelphia 33 31
New York 33 23
Brookljn 37 31
Boston 3 33
Cincinnati 30 39
Chicago SI 50
FCt
643
Kll
557
551
474
421
3sS
333
PCt
G23
555
551
532
523
476
431
BALTIMORE July 15 Washington was
unable to do more than take one game in
the double header with Baltimore today
In a magnificent exhibition Lee with ex
cellent support beat the Orioles In the
first game After the Initial Inning when
the home team made its two runs the
birds w6r not in it Lee was a wonder
and had the nine men who alternately
faced him guessing at every ball His
opponent McGlnnity also put up a good
game but it was not strong enough for
tho visitors
Ay W T y
fL nSSm
Sammy Duncan makes a timely swing on one of
Iltciicr i oremans hest in tne second game
The gentle rap proved good for three gaeks
Clingman was the bright particular star
when the run getting for Washington be
gun Two men were oui and the bases
were full Clingman realizing the great
difficulty of fielding a ball on the wet
ground bunted McGlnnity dashed at the
sphere with confidence and zeal As he
reached it his feet went from under him
he sprawled on his back and before he
could recover a run had scored
In the second game Carrlck was hardly
less effective than his predecessor but
had not the same command of the ball
Neither was he able to frighten the bats
men with the mysterious delivery of Lee
In the first game Washington did not
score until the seventh Inning Then Far
rell singled to left and took second on
Donllns slow fielding Dungan scratched
n hit toward third Clarke Hied to Mc
Glnnity Fosters single to centre scored
Farrell Coughlin filed to Brodie Sey
mours quick fielding of Qulnns single
prevented a score McGlnnity slipped in
fielding Cllngmans bunt and Dungan
scored Ler went out McGlnnity to Hart
Two runs
IB eXr7e
mw
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Oh how fas thinks Colonel Lee as the
Orioles become more and more puzrled at his
delitry in the rlrbt game
In the eighth inning AVnldron wxnt out
Keister to Hart Farrell bunted and took
third on McGinnitys throw over Harts
head He scored on Dungans single to
The German Government
Endorse the Koch Treatment
and make the tuberculine medicine that
cures Consumption Asthma and Bron
chitis In their own laboratory under the
supervision of Dr Koch The Koch Lung
Cure at fi27 E Street northwest are wll
known as being the original who years
ago established this treatment under the
written authority of Dr Koch Since then
hundreds of patients in this very city
have published their cures Some of them
have done so at their own expense
The old treatment is by injecting this
tuberculine meuielne but the new and
successful treatment Is by mixing this
germ killing rerne dy with a healing oil
and by the use of tho inhalation apparat
us throwing It Into very tine vapor which
Is breathed directly Into the lungs instead
of filling the stomach up with medicine
The apparatus can only be used by the
Koch Lung Cure at t27 E Street north
west as it is patented and the compnnv
Is protected by the German American
Company Incorporation They have ollices
in most of the large cities Send for a
booklet Consultation is free ulso thu
first treatment
right The latter wag doubled up with
Clarke Kcistcr to Williams to Hart
Baltimores two runs were scored in the
first Inning when Coughlin fell in fielding
Dunns bunt Donlln heat out a bunt to
Quinn AVllllams struck Out Keisters fly
to Foster scored DimnSeymour singled
to centre and o did Brodie scoring Don-
Jin Hart went out Leclo Dungan The
scgrc
WASIIINCTOX It II TO A n
Waldron rf 0 0 2 0 0
Farrell cf - 110 0
Dungan lb 1 3 12 0 1
Clarke c r 0 0 5 0 0
reister If 0 110 0
CouKhlin lb 0 1110
Oulnn 2b 0 2 13 0
Clingman ss 1 0 1 45 0
Lee p U 0 0 0 2 0
Totals 3 9 27 11 1
iiaitimoui it ir ro a k
Dunn 3b 12 3 4 0
Donlln If 12 4 11
Williams 2b 0 0 2 10
Keister ss 0 0 2 6 0
Seymour rf 0 12 0 0
Brodie cf 0 2 2 0 0
Hart lb 0 0 12 0 0
Bre snahan c 0 10 10
McGlnnity p 0 1 0 3 1
Totals 2 3 27 16 2
Washington 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 1 03
Baltimore 2 0000000 02
Sacrifice hit Donlin Two base hit
Bresnahan Double play Keister Wil
liams and Hart Struck out By Lee 5
Left on bases Baltimore 6 Washington
5 Umpire Mannassau Time of game
1 hour und 45 minutes
In the second game Washington scored
once in the fourth Inning Dunn made
a great catch of Fnrreils foul Brodles
rank misjudgment of Dungans low fly
turned It into a three bagger Dungan
scored on Clarkes single to left Foster
filed to Seymour Coughlin fouled to
Dunn
In the sixth inning Williams and Hart
retired Farrell and J3ungan singled to
centre Clarkes easy chance for a dou
ble play went between Keisters feet
Dungan was out at the plate trying to
score on Fosters single to left Cough
llns double to left scored Clarke and
Foster Quinn fouled to Bobbie The
score
BAITISIORE II II I A E
Dunn 3b 1 1 2 5 0
Donlin If 0 10 10
Williams 2b 116 3 0
Keister ss 12 0 2 2
Seymour rf 0 0 2 0 0
Brodie cf 0 110 0
Hart lb 1 2 11 0 0
Boblnson c 2 2 5 1 0
Foreman p 12 0 0 0
Totals
Totals
BKOOKLYN
Kelley lb
Kecler rf
Shtckard if
Daly 2b
Dahlen ss
MeCieery cf
McGuire c
Gatins 3b
Donovan p
7 12
-It
Totals
1 2
0 2
0 0
o 0
i 2
1 1
WASHIXCTHV It B TO A E
Waldron if 0 110 0
Farrell cf 0 13 10
Dungan lb 1 2 13 0 0
Clarke c 110 2 1
Foster If 12 10 0
Coughlin 3b 0 13 11
Quinn 2b 0 10 4 0
Clingman ss 0 13 3 0
Carrick p r 0 10 3 0
Grady 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 3 11 21 14 2
Batted for Carrick In ninth
Baltimore 0 bV3 02002 X 7
Washington 0 fl D 1 0 2 0 0 03
Sacrifice hit Clingman Two base hits
Boblnson Coughlin antf Farrell Three
base hit Dungan Stnlenliases Williams
and Hart Double plays Dunn Williams
and Hart 2 First base on bails Off Car
rick 2 Struck out By Foreman 1 Left
on bases Baltimore 4r Washington 9
Umpire Mannassau Time of game 1
hour and 15 minutes
SCORED TO GOODPUBPOSE
The rhIInrielnhlaH Xearly Shut Out
the Bcancaters
PHILADELPHIA July 15 Boston nar
rowly escaped a shut out today Phila
delphia scored In two Innings only the
first and seventh hut then they batted
the ball to good purpose The score
rniLtDEirniA a ii ro a e
FKltz cf J 2 1 0 0
Davis lb 2 15 2 0
Cross 12 2 0 0
Lajole 2b 1 1 4 0 0
Seyboid rf 13 4 0 0
Mclntyre If 0 3 3 0 0
Smith c 014 0 0
Dolan ss 0 0 4 4 1
Plank v - 9 10 11
Totals 0 -14 27 7 2
BOSTOV
It II TO A E
Dowd If 0 0 3 0 0
Stahl cf 0 0 3 0 1
Collins 3b 1 3 0 10
Treeman lb 0 1 1 1
Hemphill rf 0 0 110
Parent ss 0 3 4 4 0
Ferris 2b 0 0 0 3 2
Schreck c 0 0 4 10
Winters p 0 0 111
Cuppy p 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 1 7 24 12 5
Philadelphia 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 x
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11
Two base hits Collins Freeman Mcln
tyre Three base hit Seyboid Stolen
bases Stahl Collins Seyboid Smith Left
on basts Boston Phikidelphla 9 Dou
ble plavs Hemphill and Freeman Dolan
and Davis 2 First base on balls Off
Winters 1 off Cuppy 1 oft Plank 2
Struck out By Winters 1 by Plank 4
Umpires Sheridan and Connolly Time
of game 1 hour and CO minutes
NATIONAL LEAGUE GA3IES
THE KEDS HAD TO WIN
TtrooKJ 11 Practically Forced the
Game on the Cincinnati Players
CINCINNATI July 13 The Brooklyns
went down In defeat today in a close and
hard fought contest Errors were plenty
but the Brooklyns made theirs count the
most The game In fact was almost
forced upon the Rids who were unable
to hit Donovan at the right time The
score
CINCINNATI It H TO A E
Dobbs cf 13 3 0 0
Hurley If 113 0 0
Bcckley lb 0 0 7 12
Crawford rf 0 110 1
Magoon ss r 2 14 3 1
Peitz 3b 0 113 0
Fox 2b 0 0 2 2 0
Bergen c 0 0 5 10
Phillips p 00140
27 14
11 ro
5
100
400
1 3 1
101
101
12 1 0
0 3 0
0 10
3 -12 25 S 3
One out when winning run was scored
Brooklyn 00001020 0 3
Cincinnati 000100111 I
Two base hits Doblrar Peitz
Daly Sh ckard Homi run Dobbs Sac
rifice hits Becklev Donovan Double
play Ptitz to Beckley- Struck out By
Phillips 1 by Donovan 10 Bases on
balls Off Phillips 2 off Donovan 5
Passed ball MtGuirc Hit by pitcher
Djiovan 1 Phillips 1 I ft on bases
Cincinnati 10 Brooklyn First base
on errors Cincinnati 3 Brooklyn 2 Um
pire Nash Time of same 2 huurs and
10 minutes Attendinco liJ
HARD HITTING AND GINGER
Two Factors In the Home Teams
Victory at ClilfiiKO
CHICAGO July 13 The Boston team
could not hit Taylor today when hits
would count and aa a consequence wer
beaten Both teams put up a good game
but Chicagos hits were well placed and
that fact together with a little ginger In
Catarrh for twenty ears and
cured ill a few ilii h Hon George Jamc3
of Scrantcn Pa raji 1 1 ave been a martyr
ti ltarrh tor twenty yeai Iuwkimr
dropping in the throat ami pain in the head very
oifnilTc breath I tried lir Aneua Catarrhal
Ponder The firt application cave instant relief
titer uslns a fe liottles I as cured Sold by
r S William Ninth and I Streets Elnlondl
k Williami Third Street and rnihlvjnia
Avenue 1
Austins Dog Bread
is the lest I00J for doss
A GLORIOUS SCENE
The- Electric Toner as Viewed From
Mntlers Hotel Mcllujhtn AH
Beholder
The Electric Tower at the Pan-American
Exposition is a source of never ending
delight to the thousands who nightly en
joy It Vlewtd from Statlers Hotel it is
a sight never to- bo forgotten By the
by the erroneous idea that accommoda
tions are hard to obtain In Buffalo should
be promptly dismissed One of the editors
of the St Paul Dispatch says
When you reach Buffalo walk two
blocks to Main Street and there take the
Mtin Street or Elmwood Avenue car
which In about twenty or thirty minutes
will land you at Statlers and the Expo
sition as the hotel adjoins the grounds
and is Itself one of the wonders of the
Exposition Although but three stories
high it is the largest hotel In the world
having 210O rooms and Its arrangements
are such that persons of moderate mtans
may visit the Pan American without In
curring the usual prohibitive expenses
usual at such gatherings You can get
a nt ut clean room good meals promptly
and nicely served and every needed sc
cnnmodatlon for 2 and 250 per day In
cluding breakfast and evening dinner The
dining rooms will seat 12u0 and the morn
ing we left people were getting their
breakfast ail at one time Excursion par
ties of 5f0 and over are swallow eel up and
go unnoticed while so systematic are all
the details of management that each fine
Is fully cared for without a hitch This
Is not said to puff Mr Statler for we paid
for all we got but simply to save the
Minnesota people and others who go to
Buffalo unnecessary expense and trou
ble
Dont let people either on the trains or
elsewhere dissuade vm from our inten
tion of going to Statlers indeed if a par
ty of two or more who intend to stay at
the hotel two or more days will take a
cab from any station in Buffalo and drive
out to Statlers Mr Statler will refund
the cab hire This offer Is only good to
our readers up to August 1 and upon tho
presentation of this article cut It out and
save It
their base running gave the home team
a comparatively easy victory The score
CHICAGO
Hartzel If
Green cf
Dexter 2b
Chance rf
Kahoe lb
Kaymer 3b
McCormlck ss
Kilng c
Taylor p
Totals
BOSTON
Slagle cf
Murphy If
De Mont 2b
Crolius rf
Lowe 3b
Long ss
Klttrldgc c
Morati lb
Dineen p
Nichols
Totals
- n n ro a e
01200
10300
01440
11200
0 0 C 2 1
12110
1 2 1 3 1
00800
01010
4 i 27 U 2
It II TO A E
01100
01100
0 1 1 1 0
0 0
00120
00350
01711
0 1 D 0 1
11050
00000
1 7 24 11 2
Batted for Moran in ninth
Chicago 0100 0 210 x 4
Boston 00000001 01
Two base hit McCormlck Sacrifice
hit Slaglc Stolen bases Hartzel
Chance Murphy Double plays Dineen
Long and Moran McCormlck Dexter
and Kahoe Bases on balls Off Taylor 1
off Dineen 4 Struck out By Taylor 5
by Dineen 5 Left on bases Chicago 7
Boston St Umpire ODay Time of
game 1 hour and 50 minutes
NOT A HIT OFF MATTHEWSON
The ColleKlan TakeN Ills HeveiiRC on
the Cardinals
ST LOUIS July 15 New Yorks white
washed the Cardinals this afternoon
taking the last game of the scries by a
score of 5 to 0 Sudhoff twirled for the
locals and Matthewson for the visitors
The collegian took his revenge today not
permitting a hit to be matle on his de
livery He received splendid support in
the field Attendance 6300 The score
ST LOLIS -
Burkett If
Donovan rf
Schrlver lb
Padden 2b
Wallace ss
Kruger 3b
ltyan c
Nicnois ci
Sudhoff p
Totals
NEW Y0I1K
Van Haltren cf
Selbach If
McBride rf
Davis 3b
Ganzel lb
iiiCKman ss
Strang 2b
Warner c
Matthewson p
Totals 5 10 27 13 1
St Louis 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
New York
H H TO A E
0 0 0 0 0
0 0 2 0 0
0 0 10 3 0
0 0 3 5 0
0 0 5 4 1
0 0 13 0
0 0 4 10
0 0 0 0 0
0 0 2 2 0
1 0 27 IS 1
it 11 ro a v
12 10 1
12 10 0
1110 0
0 10 3 0
0 0 15 0 0
12 2 6 0
1 2 1 2 0
0 0 5 10
0 0 13 0
2 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 5
Two hnsn hit MeBride Stolen base
Van Haltren Lqft on bases St Louis
4 New York 7 Struck out By Sudhoff
3 by Matthewson 4 Bases on balls Oft
sudhorf 2 on viaiinewson umpire
Dwyer Time of game 1 hour and 30
minutes
RACING CALENDAR
Brighton Beach llewtiltM
BRIGHTON BEACH July 15 Results
of todays races track good
First rate Hurdle for four-year-olds
and upward one and three quarters
miles over seven hurdles Charagrace
Veiteh 3 to 2 won Passe Partout
Hueston 3 to 1 second Monroe Doc
trine Barry S to I third Time 315
Second race For fillies and geldings
two-year-olds five furlongs Bonner
Shaw 1 to 4 won Lleschen Smith 6
to 1 second Star of the AVcst Callahan
5 to 1 third Time 101 1 5
Third race For three-year-olds and up
ward one and one sixteenth mils Ani
mosity II Miclmels 4 to 5 won Nitrate
Cochran 5 to 2 second Hammock
Downing 5 to 2 third Time L4S1 5
Fourth race Handicap for three-year-olds
and upward one and one eighth
miles Decanter Burns even won
Scurry Smith 8 to 1 second Vitellius
Landry 4 to 1 third Time 1501 5
Fifth race For two-year-olds selling
five furlongs Lady Sterling H Michaels
5 to 2 won Ben Howard Pickering 10
to 1 second Oclawaho Smith 20 to 1
third Time 107 4 5
Sixth race For three-year-olds and up
ward six furlongs Sadducee II JMich
aeis 1 to 2 won Bobs McGinn 6 to 1
second Royal Sterling Brennan 5 to 1
third Time 114
Brighton lleaeh Entries
BRIGHTON BEACH July 15 Entries
for tomorrows races
First race For fillies mares and geld
ings for three-year-olds and upward
one mile ami seventy yards Oread 9C
Cured Of Pales
Mrs lllikU j Indianapolis writes The
doctor said it must lie an operation cost
ing and little chance u iirvlre I
chose Pyramid Pile Cure in me 50 cent
box made me sound anel vvel All drug-
glts sell it It never fails 1 ure any
form of Piles trv it Boor 3 cause
n cure free hv mall jiild Drug
I Co Marsh ill Mich
Bounteous Ill Barbetto S3 Lucky Star
103 Kid K Mnrothen S9 Aminte S4r
Second race Handicap for two-year-olds
live and a half furlongsv City Bank
110 Dlxleline 10 Byrne of Roscrca llCj
Schwnlbe 102 Esscne 100 Carroll Df
Andaluslan 07
Third race For one
and one sixteenth miles Roehampton
111 Tower of Candles 96 Bedeck 111
Cresson Baron Pepper 101
Fourth race The Jamaica Stakes sell
Ing one and one sixteenth miles Semi
nole St First Whip Ill San Luis 95
The Musketeer lfq Tho Regent S6
Bombshell 101 Templeton S5 Latson
101 Intrusive 103 Tatar 1J Annie
Thompson SS
Fifth race For maiden two-year-olds
five lurlongs Musidora Merry Hifurs
107 Fair Knight 110 Frivol 107 C
Rosenfeld Cast Iron 110 Emma A M
Criss Cross 107 Andaluslan Ha
Sixth rnce For three-year-olds and up
ward selling six furlongs Godfrey 112
Johnnv of Navarre 97 Hawk 107 Twig
Ante Up 110 Johnny Brown 102r Mayor
Gllrov 112 Connie 93 Ezcra 1CS Ashes
S3 Maiden 97 Hops 102 Ondurdis 100
Timothy Foley 101 King Bramble 115
Brighton Beach Selections
rirst race Oread Lucky Star Maro
then
Second race Carroll D Dlxleline
Byrne of Roscrea
Third race Roehampton Baron Pepper
Cresson
Fourth race First Whip Intrusive
The Musketeer
Fifth race Fair Knight Caat Iron
Andaluslan
Sixth race Maiden Godfrey King
Bramble
Washington Inrk Results
WASHINGTON PARK July 13 Re
sults of todays races track fast
First race For threoyear olds and up
ward one mile Admonition Rausch 9
to 5 won Reseda J Woods 6 to 1 sec
ond Henry Bert Doss 8 to 1 third
Time 1402 5
Second race For two-year-olds five fur
longs Nellie Waddlll Wlngfleld 6 to 5
won Helen Print Domlnick 6 to 1 sec
ond Julia Junkln Gormley 6 to 1 third
Time 101 4 5
Third race For three-year-olds and up
ward selling one and one quarter miles
Tammany Chief J T Woods 9 to 5
won Frangible fSchwartz 20 to 1 sec
ond Waldeck Winklleld 10 to 1 third
Time 210 3 5
Fourth race For three-year-olds and
upward selling six furlongs Toah
Rausch 6 to 3 won Fleuron Domlnick
10 to 1 second Sim W Gormley 5 to 1
third Time 114 2 3
Fifth race For three-year-olds and up
ward one mile Rolling Boer Meade
1 to 2 won Brual RauscH 3 to 1 sec
ond Scarlet Lilly Butler 10 to 1 third
Time 111
Sixth race For two-year-olds selling
five and one half furlongs The Four
Hundreel Harshberger 5 to I won J
V Klrby WInkfield 4 to 5 second Hans
Wagner J Woods 3 to 1 third Time
l07i
Washington Park Entries
WASHINGTON PARK July 15 En
tries for tomorrows races
First race For maiden
five furlongs El Pilar I Samelson Mc
Chesney Lord Onex Pirrho lie Tripp
WingJDance Lady Like Grizel Landseer
Ishtar Little Gem Approved Quality
Dont Ask Me Pronta KG
Second race For three-year-olds and
upward selling one and one sixteenth
miles Chorus Boy 110 Crocket 10S
Alaska Exctlsis 106 Golden Sceptre 104
Leo Newell 101 Uncle Tom 94 Odner J9
Third race The Edgewater Stakes a
sweepstakes for two-year-olds five and a
half furlongs Abe Frank 125 Ed Aus
tin lis Pentecost Charles W Meyer
123 Flora Pomona Sir Oliver1
Bennetta entry Schorrs entry
Fourth race Handicap for three-year-olds
and upward one and one eighth
miles Advance Guard 125 Caviar 115
Robert Wnddell 112 Specific 110 Favon
ius 10S Malay Star Chamber 104 Louis
ville 9j
Fifth race For and up
ward six furlongs Sharp Bird 12J Sly
Theory 119 Andrlsa 117 Harry Heren
deen 113 Amour Atmore 108 Burnie
Bunton 98
Sixth race For three-year-olds and up
ward selling cne mile Captain Gaines
114 Scotch Plaid 1U6 Winter Andes
Fantasy 116 St Wood Sam Lazarus
esq 104 Irish Jewel 102 Astor 101 Ava
tar Evelyn Byrd 99 Sam Andres is
AVnphlngtun Parlt Selections
First race I Samelson McChesney Ap
prover
Second race Chorus Boy Crocket Leo
Newell
Third race Bennetts entry Schorrs en
try Sir Oliver
Fourth race Robert Waddell Advance
Guard Louisville
Fifth race Burnie Bunton Sly Sharp
Bird
hlth race Andes AVinter St Wood
Delmar 1arU Results
DELMAR July 15 Results of todays
races track fast
First race For two-year-olds selling
five furlongs La Crimea Jones 5 to 2
won Sister Sarah OBritn 6 to 5 sec
ond Sting Irven 10 to 1 third -Time
103 Vi
Second race For two-year-olds selling
six furlongs Tenny Belle Jones 4 to 5
won Echodale OBrien 10 to 1 second
Mrs Grannon Lindsey 5 to 1 third
Time 110
Third race For three-year-olds and up
ward selling one and three sixteenths
miles Eugenie S OBrien 3 to I won
Judge Steadman -Dale 3 to 2 second
Ransom R Smith 20 to 1 third Time
2U3
Fourth race For three-year-olds and
upward selling six furlongs General
McGruder Dale even won Sard Earl
15 to 1 second Lasso Gilmore 3 to 1
third Time 115
Fifth race For four-year-olds and up
ward selling one and one sixteenth
miles Peter Duryea Stockwell 10 to 1
won Miss Patron Lindsey even sec
ond Beana Dale 3 to 2 third Time
l50y
Sixth race For three-year-olds and up
ward selling seven furlongs Antolee
Bell 4 to 1 won Tickfult OBrien 9
to 5 second Ladas Dale 9 to 5 third
Time
Delmnr rnrfc Entrie
DELMAR PARK July 15 Entries for
tomorrows races
First race For two-year-old maidens
four and one half furlongs Uwanta 107
Strocles 103 Lady Clank 100 Colonel
Stone 107 Broodier 100 Colonel Flynn
103 Crozier Lillian M Anna Elliott 107
Phonolite 110 Okla lo7 Hunter Itaine
110
Second race For three-year-olds and
upward selling seven furlongs Tartar
luo Tom Gilmore 100 Connie Lee E I
Frank Jim Turner 103 Arbitrator 105
Toad Rainev Golden Harvest 92 Around
Again 10S Boots 105 Jim Breeze 1rt
Third race For four-year-olds and up
ward selling six and one half furlongs
Tempse 127 Poorlands 129 Revoke 127
Sam Lazarus Titus Percy R Sid Glenn
120 Herday 127 Vilmar 130 Ed L 129
Abe Furst Tobe Paine IB
Fourth race For two year olds handi
cap six furlongs Vyeth IIS Kalllr 93
Marque 100 Ethylene 107 Varner SS
Terra Firma 107
G II Stevens entry
Fifth rnce For three-year-olds and up
ward selling one mile Auit Jessie 93
Lunar ll3 Crossmolina Water Crest P7
Miss Theresa 94 Meddlesome 101 La
Vitesse 100 Charles D 109 Prince Ston
mouth 91
Sixth race For three-year-olds and up
ward seven furlongs Klnloch Park lsl
Aureau Vi John Morton lJ3 Sard OS
Frank Penree 1P7 Great Pride 108 Veri
fy IK Cherry Head 103 Prima II 92
Ilelmar Park Selections
First race Phonolite Colonel Stone
Anna Elliott
Second race Tom Gilmore Jim Breeze
Around Again
Third race Tobe Paine Ed L Percy R
Tourth race Ethjlerie Stevens entr
Kalllr
Fifth race Crossmolina Miss Theresa
Meddlesome
Sixth race Prima II Cherry Head Ve
rify
Fort Erie Ilesults
FORT ERIE July 15 Results of to
days races track fast
First race For three-year-olds aril up
vvard selling six furlongs Nona B
Scherr 4 to a won Immense Aker
3 to 1 second Slatoaka tllenson S to 1
third Time llSj
Second race For two-year-olds four
n n lnlf fl lnnno C 1 1 1- riAil ITlinMtl
UliU 1 111 lUIIUllA ulv u u uu m
son 6 to 5 won Lucmstu Price S to I
-- i KplfiSilpS SViEfl
3
Store Closed
Today
On Account of Death in
Family
Will ReopenTomorrow
Morning at
1 1 a m
Eiseman Bros I
Cor 7th and E
1 second- Frfed Krupp AkeT 10 to L
thlrd Time 055
Third race For and
upward selling six furlongs The Boer
J Daly 6 to 5 won Jake Weber
Thompson 3 to 2 second Pharaoh
Dugan 6 to 5 third Time 111
Fourth race For three-year-olds and
upward selling six furlongs Glad Hand
Jackson 6 to 1 won Maple Price 5
to 2 second Magog Thompson 3 to 1
third Time 115
Fifth race For three-year-olds and up
ward selling one and one eighth miles
Kettlecourt Hayden 4 to 1 won Kaslu
Thompson 3 to 1 second Little Tommy
Tucker Theilen 3 to 1 third Tlmev
l5u
Sixth race For three-year-olds ancr up-
ward selling one and one eighth miles
Grav Dally J Daly 3 to 1 won FlaS
of Truce May 3 to 1 second Cogswell
Jackson 3 to 2 third Time 154
I
Fort Erie Entrie
FORT ERIE July 15 Entries for to
morrows races
First race For three-year-olds six fur
longs Khaki 112 Lauderdale 1C9 Bar
onet Satire 107 Delmarch 101 Lady
Berkeley 102 Snark lot Land of rriower
Great American 977 Badge Bell Kaollne
Second race For two-year-olds five
furlongs Dcyles Commoner Paul Crey
ton Easy Street 113 Harry Beck 113
Margie S Dash 105 Major Daniels 103
Vivian 100
Third race For three-year-olds and up
ward one mile J H Sloan Orontas 1141
Sailor King Beguile Ill Longfio 98
Lizzie A Ida Penzance 96 Donna Seay
91 Edith Q SS
Fourth race For two-year-olds selling
four and a half furlongs Rona Lady
Patmness Wanlnta May Quick Lyndea
Tree G Patrick 107 Ben Milam 103
Matches 102 St Lazarus Taxman 103
Roddy Bourbon Kins Blaze Band Sli
ver Chimes Artificial 100
Fifth race For three-year-olds and up
ward selling six and one half furlongs
Race Bud 1C9 Tamarin 107 Aureous 106
Euclalre Badinage 1C6 Royal Salute 104
Guatamala Cariboo Hurry Viojent 102
Ahamo Sempire 100 Yorkshire Boy 90
Cherrywild 96 Cherished 95
Sixth race For three-year-olds and up
ward selling one and one eighth miles
Bellcourt 103 Filibuster Flag of Truce
Dolly Wagner 1C0 John McGirk 97 Cogs
well 91
Fort Erie Selections
First
Snark
race Khaki Land o Clover
Second race Doyles Commoner
Paul
Creyton fcasy street
Third race Orontas J H Sloan Liz
zie A
Fourth race Rona May Quick J Pat
rick
Fifth race Sempire Hurry Violent
Sixth race Flag of Truce Dolly Wag
ner Bellcourt
Amateur nnsehnll Players
The Potomac Stars who within the past
ten days defeated the Arsenal Stars by
the score of 30 to 21 and the Young Na
tionals by the score of 21 to 15 kept up
their winning streak by defeating the
Capitol Stars on Sunday In a well played
and Interesting game by the score of -3
to 5 Herbert for the Potomac Stars who
distinguished himself In the game against
the Young Nationals by striking out
twenty one men again proved himself a
twlrler by striking out eleven of the Cap
itols and allowing them but six hits The
TsPotomac Stars now claim the
oid cnampionsnio or tne uistrict wnicii
they intend to defend against all comers
in and about Washington Address D
Twomey 2H L Street southwest Tha
score by Innings
RHE
Capitol Stars 0 0 0 2 1110 05 6 1
Potomac Stars 3 0 3 0 0 10 lx S 12 0
Batteries Domanic and Gerard Herbert
and Twomey
llt Gold spooo
There are some men -who seem to be
favorites of fortnne They are indus
trious cheerful workers full to over
flowing 0 the energy of splendid health
and success seems fairly to drop into
their hands It is of such as these that
the less hardy
and less success
ful man says
enviously
That fellow
-was born with a
gold spoon in
his mouth
And yet on
analysis iUwill
be found thac
this success is
largely due to
splendid health the endowment of a
healthy mother -
Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription gives
jhe moth health to give be cffild It
cures nervousness nausea and sleepless
ness It makes the bodj comfortable and
the mind content It gives physical
vigor and muscular elasticity so that the
babys advent is practically painless
I will endeavor to tell you of the many
beuefits I have derived from talcing Dr ricrces
Favorite Prescription writes Mrs B H Robert
son of Medicine Lodge Barber CoKaru la
the fall of 1S99 I was expecting to- become a
motheT and suaered terribly with pains in the
back of head in fact I ached all OTer Suffered
with awful Ueanng down pains I was threat
ened for weeks with mishap A lady friend
told me to u e Dr Pierces mediciues She had
taken them and felt lite a new woman I bezan
usin the Favorite Pr cnpcn and took four
bottles before my baby came two after
wards I suffered almost death with my other
two children but hardly realized that I was
sick when this baby was Son lad she weighed
twelve and one qnarter pounds She is now
eev en months old and has never- known an
hours sickness at present she weighs thirty
seven pounds I owe it all to Dr PWces
Favorite Prescription
Favorite Prescription makes weak
women strong and sick w len well
Accept no substitute for the medicine
which works wonders for weak women
Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets are the
most desirable laxative for delicate
PURPS CELERY COMPGUMfl
INSTANT RELIEF
from Uetacfces causal giddincsj stomaih pairt
icd inUli follow the um o Warners SiU
Cure a iiJ by all dnifsisti
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