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for the Cliicngos
MertcK SntCN White StncKInn
Ireiri n Million bvimliirK Jilt ln
Inll nt Will Washington Clinches
Hie Gnnic in the KIkIiOi
Yesterilnj ti Gnnic
American League
Washington 5 Chicago 3
Detroit S Philadelphia 3
Cleveland 10 II iltlmore 7
Baltimore 7 Cleveland 4
Xallonal League
Pittsburg 15 New York 2
Pittsburg 13 New York 4
Brooklyn 13 Cincinnati 1
Philadelphia 3 Chicago 2
fet Louis 9 Boston 3
Todnj Giuiie
I American League
Washington nt Milwaukee
Baltimore at Detroit
Boston at Chicago
Philadelphia at Cle eland
National League
Cincinnati at Boston
St Louis at New York
Chicago at Brook n
Pittsburg at Philadelphia
Hovr the Clubs Stnntl
Won Lost PCt
Chicago 71
Boston C9
Detroit 61
Philadelphia W
Baltimore 5S
Washington 51
Cleveland 50
Milwaukee 43
Pittsburg 71
Philadelphia O
Brexiklyn 65
St Louis C2
Boston 55
Chicago 51
Cincinnati 44
2ew York 43
Totals 13
Cincinnati 10 0 0
Brooklyn 0 7 10
46 607
47 595
5C 521
55 517
53 513
53 417
m 431
73 371
Lost PCt
41 631
47 593
50 565
55 530
59 4S
71 418
61 407
CS 3S7
CHICAGO Sept Sandow Mertes
saved Chicago from a shut out by mak
ing a home run In the fifth Inning today
when there were two men on the bases
Washington pted together five runs hit
ting Jack Katoll at will
Win Mercer was much too good for
the White Stockings He served them
benders which thev had no idea how to
meet The leaders of the league made
but live hits off this young twirler and
only for Mertes they would have been
unable to get around the circuit
Washington began to score In the third
inning Coughlin singled but was caught
between first and second Clingman fol
lowed him with another single and Mer
cer pushed Clingman around to third with
a double Since there was only one out
Clirgman found It easy enough to come
The Senators maele a couple more tal
lies In the fourth on three singles and a
base on balls Dungan the first up was
the one to draw the pass and Clarke sent
him to third with a hit After Grady
went out on a grounder to Katoll Foster
shot a long single Into left Held scoring
both Dungan and Clarke
The Senators held off until the eighth
before doing any more scoring Mean
while Mertes for the locals tied the
score With two out In the fifth Hoy
hit past Coughlin for a single and stole
second Jones was given a base on balls
and Mertes slammed the ball far over
Fosters head racing home long before
the ball was fielded
In the eighth Washington put the game
on a safe shelf by making two more runs
rirst there was a hit by Waldron and
then an error b Hartman which let him
to second A two bagger by Farrell drove
him acrcss the rubber Farrell was sent
home bj a hit for two bases by Dungan
Mercer pitched nardcr than ever after
that and the Champions could not get
started Callahan was put in to bat for
Katoll In the ninth and made a
after two were out but there was
nobody who could handle the stick well
enough to get the pitcher oft the bases
The score
The score by Innings R HE
Washington 00120002 05 11 2
Chicago 00003000 03 6 i
Batteries Mercer and Clarke Katoll
and Sullivan Umpire Sheridan
Cut Short nt Detroit
DETROIT SepL 6 Follow Ing Is the
score by Innings of todays game
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 33 5 2
Detroit 0 5 3 0 0 xS 7 2
Batteries Fraser and Steclman Yeager
nd Butlow Umpire Cantllllon Game
called on account of the attack on Hc
Two l union nl rlevelnnel
CLEVELAND Sept 6 Two gemes
sere played today The score by Innings
First game It n n
Baltimore 3030100007 9 9
Cleveland 01121032 x 10 15 5
Batteries Foreman and Bresnahan
Moore and Woods Umpire Connolly
Second game RHE
Baltimore 4 0 10 0 0 27 11 1
Cleveland 0 0 0 10 3 o 1 9 1
Batteries Howell and Robinson Brack
en and Woods Umpire Connoll Game
called end of seventh on account of
riillllpx Knocked Out of tlie ltox n
the Seciiml
NEW YORK Sept 6 The Brooklyns
downed the Cincinnati easily today They
batted Phillips from the box in the second
Inning and hit his successor Suthoff
hard The stick work of Keeler and
Sheckard and a fine catch by Harlcy
ere the features The score
Bey cf
Harley If
Bcckley lb 0
Crawford rf
Pcltz c
Fox 2b
Ktelrfeldt 3b
Magoon ss
Phillips p
Suthoff ii
Keeler rf 2
Sheckard If 1
Dolan cf 1
Kelley lb 1
Daly 2b 1
Dahlen ss 1
McCretry ss 1
Irwin 2b 2
Farrell c 1
Hughes p 2
21 10
ro a
0 o
3 o
2 0
9 1
3 2
2 1
2 1
1 3
27 10 1
0 0 0 0 01
12 11 x 13
First base by errors Brooklv n 1 Cin
cinnati 1 Left on liases Brooklv n 11
Cincinnati 11 First base on balls Oft
Hughes 2 off Phillips 1 oft Suthoff 5
Struck out By Hughes 1 by Suthoff 1
Three base hit Keeler Two base hits
Irwin 2 Sheckard Magoon Betkley
Stolen bases Sheckard Bfckley Double
play Kelley and Hughes Umpire Nash
Time of game 1 hour and 40 minutes
Attendance lW
Tlie GluntK Mnke n Inur Miovvliiir In
llOtll GtllllCK
NEW YORK Sept 6 Start h r off
there said Fred Clarke as Davis went
to the bat for the Pittsburgs In the first
pirnc at the Polo Grounds this afternoon
We want six btraight Hickman was
In thebox for the locals and lasted Just
four Innings In which time he was hit
safely seventeen times
Clarkes few remarks In the first ejne
evidently bore fruit for the Pittsburgs
took the second game Such stick work
us was done by the leaders has seldom
been seen at the Polo Grounds Phjle
was down to do the twirling for the tall
enders und was nt once knocked from
the box The score
rrrrsnino n h ro a n
A Davis rf 2 2 0 0 0
Clarke If 4 2 10 0
Beaumont cf 3 5 3 10
Wagner ss 114 2 0
IiraiitllcM lb 13 7 10
mtchcy 21 0 2 4 4 1
Leach 2b 13 3 4 0
Ycager c 13 3 2 0
Leever p 2 1110
Totals 15 22 26
Selbach out hit by batted ball
Scbach If 0 2 3
McBrlde rf 0 11
Van llaltren cf 12 1
Davis s 0 13
Strang 3b 12 2
Murphv 2b 0 15
Ganzel lb 0 0 9
Warner c 0 0 2
Smith c 0 0 1
Hickman p 0 0 0
Livingston p 0 0 0
Pittsburg 0
New York 0
0 3 2 6 2 0 2 015
First bac by errors New York 1
Pittsburg 3 Left on bases New 1ork
9 Pittsburg 15 First base on balls Oft
Hickman 2 oft Livingston 5 off Leever
3 Struck out By Hickman 1 by Liv
ingston 1 by Leever 4 Home run Beau
mont Two base hits Strang Beaumont
2 Clarke 2 Leach A Davis Sacrifice
hit Murphy Stolen bases Strang Van
Haltrcn A Davis Clarke Double pay
Davis Murphy and Ganzel Hit by
pitcher By Leever 2 Passed balls
Warner 1 Yeacer 3 Umpire iSnydcr
Time of game 2 hours
The hcconil Gnmc
new ionic
n a
Selbach If 2 2
McBrlde rf 0 3
Van Haltren cf 0 1
G Davis ss 0 0
Strang 3b 0 0
Murphy 2b 1 1
Ganzel lb 1 1
Smith c 0 1
Phjle p 0 0
Van Zandt p 0 0
riTTsnuitc it
A Davis rf 1
Clarke If 2
Beaumont cf 0
Wagner ss 2
Bransfield lb 3
PJtchey 2b 3
Leach 3b 1
OConnor c 1
Men it p 0
Barry 2b 0 2
Flick rf 0 1
Delehanty if 1 1
Douglass c 0 2
Jennings lb 1 1
Hallnian 3b 0 0
Cross s 0 0
Donohue p A 1 1
Totals 3 9
Chicago 0 0 0 0 0
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 13 It IS
New York 1
Pittsburg 6
0 10
0 0 0
0 0
2 1
Tlrkt liua lv firmraCYilt irn 1
0 0
Totals 4 9 17 10
Two out when same called
0 24
S 3 13
First base by errors New York 1
Pittsburg 3 Left on bases New York 5
Ilttsburg 4 First base oh balls Oft Van
Zandt L Struck out By Van Zandt 1
by Merrit 2 Three base hit Merrit
Two base hits McBrlde 2 Van Haltren
Ganzel Wagner Leach Bitchey Sacri
fice hit Beaumont Stolen bases 5
Davis Double play Bitchey Wagner
and Bransfield Umpire Snyder Time
of game 1 hour and 40 minutes Attend
ance M0
The Curdiiinlx lime u Trouble With
the Ilemtentertt
BOSTON Sept C Willis proved an easy
mark for the St Louis batsmen today and
coupled with erratic fielding the game
resulted In an easy victory for the visit
ors In the third a bunch of hits gave
St Louis three runs and In the next
Inning Boston went to pieces Long and
DeMontreville making costly errors The
Burkctt If 1
Heidrick cf 1
Donovan rf 1
Wallace ss 2
Kruger 3b 1
Sehriver lb 2
Padilen 2b 0
Ryan c 0
hudhoff p 1
Totals 9
Slagle rr 0
Tcnney lb 0
DeMontreville 2h 1
Cooley lb 1
Hamilton cf 1
Lowe 3b 0
Long s 0
11 0
Moian ss 0
Klttridge c 0 1 1
Willis p 0 10 3
Totals 3 13 27 14 4
St Louis 01331100 0 9
Boston 00010101 03
First base by errors St Louis 3 Left
on base s Be ston 11 St Louis 9 First
base on ballh Oft Willis 2 off Sudhoff 2
Struck out By Wllis G bj Sudhoff 4
Two base hits Burkett Rjan and Love
Stolen base Donovan Double pla Kru
ger and Sehriver Wild pitch Sudhoff
Umpire Emslle Attendance 2250 Time
of game 1 hour and 5J minutes
luiiUem Defeat liirnu In ii AVell
IInjeil Same
delphia again defeated Chicago this af
ternoon In a well plaved game all the
runs being earned Attendance 1990 The
H mzel If 0 15 0 0
Green cf T 0 13 10
Dexter if 0 0 3 0 0
Dole lb 118 10
Ravmer ts 1110 1
Childs 2b 0 2 13 0
Hlckey Jb 0 0 12 0
Kuhoe c 0 13 3 0
Mtnefcc p 0 0 0 10
Talor 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 2 7 24 13
Butted for llicke In ninth
Thomas cf 0
0 22
0 x 3
dclnhtn 1 1 eft on bases Chicago 5
Philadelphia 6 First base on balls Off
Donohue 1 off Menefce 1 Struck out
By Donohue 4 uj Mcnefce 2 Two base
hith Childs Jennings Donohue Sacrifice
hit 1 1 id I man Stolen bases Green Dole
Hlckey Double plav Cross to Barry
WHd pitch Donohue Umpire Brown
Time of game 1 hour and 33 minutes
The lIuriutilK H Win Iiy MnkliiK a
Trio of Iliiiin in lie Ilftli
After a great deal of contentious par
lejlng as to whether certain players from
other department teams should be allovv
eil to play on the Government Printing
OPice team the game at the old Nutional
Ball Park between tlie Bureau team and
the Printing Office nine proceeded jester
The Printers were determined to win
the game and consequently rang In sev
eral plavers from the crack Census ag
gregation In order to accomplish the feat
The Bureauites were equally determined
to come out on top so they sent In Sh ig
gy Thorpe tor win for them which he
did after pitching five and a half Innings
of gllt edgc ball Ashley who has charge
of the typos pitching department was
pitted against him and although the
typographical artists lost the game his
pitching was far superior to that of hl
rival Not one of the copperplate ar
tists got a free pass to the Initial hasock
off Bill and rive of them made three
to Ilnlllniore nnd lie turn lu
II al o
Saturday and Surdar September 7 and 8
vicious swipe at the elusive sphere with
out making any connection with It at all
The Fifteenth Street men led off with
one run and It looked as If they would
have a walkaway but Ashley was all
there and held them down until the hfth
when one of them waxed out a
with two of his team mates on the
sacks The Bureauites got three In this
Inning This was the last scoring done
by cither team as the Printers got their
solitary run In the tlilni vvnen tney
tu on Thorpe s benders ror two nitb anei
a man tcortd on a long 11 to left held
IllliFvlI It H TO A E
Miches ss 2 10 2 1
Gius c 114 10
I ay If 0 12 0 0
llelaskl 3I 0 0 110
Iimlvolght cf 0 0 10 0
Hun man 2b 0 12 2 0
Demare lb 0 18 0 0
Mconey rf 0 0 0 0 0
p 110 10
Tolas 1
rillvrHiS 1
White ss 0
Kunkle c 1
Keane 3b 0
Havens 21 0
Adams lb 0
Brown If 0
OConneli cf 0
Rozzelle rf J 0
Ashlej p 0
Totals 1
Bureau 1
G P 0 0
7 15
0 0 0
0 10
3 x I
0 0 1
First base on balls Off Thorpe 1 Struck
out By Thorpe 3 by Ashley 5 Two
base hits Lav O Connell Havens Sac
rifice hits lto7zelIe Keane Adams
Stolen b ises Vv hite 2 Keane Hughes
Lay Iluflman Gates Demare and Koz
zelle Hit by pitcher By Thorpe 1 Pass
ed balls Icunkle 2 Umpire Mace Time
of game 1 hour and 20 minutes
Result nt Shcepsliend llnj
SHFFlSIIEU BvY iept 6 Itcsulta of to-
dayi race- track fast
First race For maiden two-year-olds selling
lat five and ene lialf furlonpi of new Futuntv
course Cryptogram Slack 10 to 1 won Cast
Iron L Smith 5 to 1 fceond Ascension
OConnor 10 to 1 third Time 1 01 4 5
Second race For three- car olds and upward
one mile on main track Monarka Shaw 4 to
5 xvon Satire Wonilerly 20 to 1 second
VAaitapir J Woods o to 5 third Time
133 1 5
Third race For two-year-olds lftrt five and
one half furlongs of new Futurity course Fn
duranee by flight J Woods 1 to 3 won Jin
Tully Wonderlv 5 to 1 second Prctonus
Uurn 40 to 1 third Time 1 07 3 5
Fourth race The Heapers for three- ear old
and upward one and three sixteenth miles
Water Color Spencer 1 to 3 won Nones
McGinn 5 to 2 second Autoight O Connor
12 to 1 third Time 1 53 4 5
Fifth race For mare all ayes selling six
furlongs on rram track Scliwalbe J Martin
9 to 5 won Ascension Michaels 5 to 1 sec
ond Iady Sterling Creamer 5 to 1 third
Time 114
Sixth race Handicap for three-year-olds and
upward one and one half miles on turf Trig
ger bliaw even won Haron Pepper Beau
champ 3 to 2 second Maid of Hariem Mich
ael 5 to 1 third Time 233 2 5
Entries for tomorrows races delated
Entrle nt Fort Eric
FOHT EHIE Sept C Entries for tomorrows
First race For three- car ods and upward
selling five and one half furlongs rnncc Esher
110 Our Lizzie 113 Ordeal 112 KeponsetJJl
Ihva Lady Iowhattan IncanJencent Full Dress
The Laurel MS Jim Nap Mieou 105 Tlie
Oriole 103 Uznra 102 Chinchinooka 97
Second race For two i ear old selling five
furlongs Lemuel 107 Vvoodmancten 105 Tax
man Hit J Iatrick 103 The Mirage V irianl
100 Kathenne It Silver ClTimes 9a Citspaw
Cousme Six Hits Elizabeth Jane 90
Third race For all ages six furlongs Spring
wells 107 Ilojlcs Commoner S Meditation
5 rapermaker 84
Fourth race Steeplechase Canadian handicap
about two mile Harry Cortv 150 Lord
larondale Interfere 145 Cad Hazel 140
Snowstorm 130
Fifth race Handicap for and
upward one mile Talala 105 JsJI -loan 103
Haronet 69 Mynher Sprj Edith Q 95
Sixth race For three j ear olds and upward
selling one mile Lofter Tusculum 107 Dick
Warren If Tamarln 101 L 101 Mr
romcroj Sempire loor Chairman Wiilard J
OG Lnone 1unctual 94 IJo Idle Koe Bird
Infallible Lady Hayman 91
Fort Ilrle Selections
First race Una Tlie Laurel Our lizzie
Second race J Patrick Lemuel Taxman
Third race Pujlcs Commoner SpnngwelU
Fourth race Lord Farondalc Interference
Harrr Corbj
Filth race J 11 Sloan Edith Q Baronet
Sixth race Wiilard J L W Lofter
Eiitrlc at Delmnr Parle
DELMVK IAItK Serf 0 Intries for tomor
rows races
Urst race For three-year-olds and upward
selling one mile Iorphvagene 103 Xellie Hcl
muth 105 Dick Ilobon 10S Emypreal 97
Anxious Durrcll Sincopated Sandy 101 Dom
inis 107 Mr llrookwood 103
Second race For three- ear old and upward
selling one and one sixteenth amies Mian
Theresa 90 Menace 94 Pe ter Durjea 107 South
Breeze 90 Winepress 104
Third race For maiden two-year-olds five fur
lorurs Anj thing 100 Little Matter 107 Jollifj
103 Vfane Tnnn Bart Howe 110 LeTiathian
Mora 107 Mollic Trooks MO Fern Madow 107
Called Back 110 Goody flood 107 Dean Swift
lourth race lor four i ea olds and upward
one mile Prosper LaGai Feaeeftil 100 Alice
Turner 9S Prior Van Hoorbeke 103
Fifth race ror two-year-old ix furlongs
Mada Bill 95 Hunires 115 ltose ol Ited
101 VV3Vita Ill feamho 104
Mxth race For and upward
selling one mile Bean 101 Prince Stone irouth
93 lairjilay 101 Kisme 111 Imp Clonbilla
Two Annies 103 Iorter 11 93 Diaz 101
Mkarais 107 Nap Bonaparte 114
Seventh race lor thrce j car olds and upward
six and one half furlongs Ethel Wheat 99
lievokc Miss Viae Dav 00 Sweet Dream 91
JuJge icttuo 1W enf 105 John S Blattoua
Delmnr Park belectlonH
First race Lmpj real Durrcll Syncopated
Second race Miss Theresa Minace Winepress
Third race Called Back Bart Howe Moro
Fourth race 1caceful lrosper LaGai Alice
Hfth race Mada Bell Huntrcssa ambo
Sixth race Klsnic Bean Fairy Day
Sevcntli race Llhel Wheat Brattons entry
Sweet Dream
ElitrleH at Ilnrlem
HARLEM Sept C Entries for tomorrows
lirst race For three-year-olds and upward
selling six furlongs If ou Dare Mondora lO
B G Fox lerf Henrr cf rran amar 101 John
W ration ndes 103 School for Scandal 100
Lmma II tS Bengal 92
Second race Fir two-year-olds file furlongs
Ibnry 7itt 110 Landcer Julia Junkin 107
Duke Oonnaught Hag Tag 105
Third race lor and upward
selling one mile Espionage 107 Irecursor
10G Liaia Laureate 101 Mis Soak Banish
102 liTltoth 101 I veivn Bjrd 100
Fourth race Tlie Gaiden City Stakes for
and upward six furlongs George
Arnold 121 The ride 113 Tayon Jlminez 112
illss Bennett Ill Vulcain 110 Headwater
Vfoneymuss Master Mariner 101 Vvoy Lenncp
100 Maygie Davis sj liarry jierenueen ui
Flflh race Handicap for three y ear olds and
upward one end one eighth miles Argregor
97 Strangest Leo Newell 114 Searcher fcs
Sixth race For three y tar olds one mile Six
Shooter 109 Dtnman Thompvm 101 St Marcos
Sevcntli race For and upward
selling one mile king IMles 112 Abe True
lit 107 Iatroon lOtt Big Injun Cliauncev
Zatoata Irank Ireland larrell 103
Vcrnctta 9S C D Campbell About IVncll Me
93 Geo Arab 90 Economic Ida V S
JInrleni Selection
First race Andes School for Scandal Mon
Second race Henry Zitt Julia Junkin Land
sec r
Third race Espionage Mis oak Synia
Fourth race llcatbvatir Sevoy Vucain
I If tli race vrgngor Strangest earthcr
Sixth race St Marcos Six Shooter Dcnman
Seienth race Iatroon Kin Deliis Zacatoa
Hilton WIiim nt Dolly iiionl
LONDON Sept C In fin lis for tle
Irish Golf Championship nt Dollymont to
day Hilton nnd Dowle were even at the
end of the first eighteen holes Hilton
won finally by six up and four to play
Oceuil SI enniKlilii Mov emeiilM
SEW YORK Sept 0 Arrived Steam
ers La Savoic Havre Bohemian Liver
pool Auguste Victoria Hamburg British
Trader Antwerp Arrived out Puerst
Bismarck from New York at Hamburg
LAquKalne from New York at Havre
Tlie Cniinrtinn Chnniplons Opponent
Ton III to tlllkej a SlintTlnsr
Aicble McKachern the Canadian cham
pion I ist night defeated Bennie Monroe
of Alabama In a twenty -mile motor paced
race ai uie local coliseum Some 40W
spectator witnessed the event which was
marred to an ixtcnt by- the illness of the
defeated rider Alter going four miles
Monroe was taken with severe cramps
-and was compelled ta finish sitting up
right on his wheel pin was urged to
throw up thecontest but preferred to
go the full distance He was applauded
for his pluck and was evidently a very
slckman McLachern went the route In
splendid form and Is a fast rider at pres
ent He won by one mile nnd four laps
in 311
Only three machines started In the mo
tor race nnd this proved to be the big
event of the night The motors made phe
nomenal time and worked the spectators
Into a frenzy of excitement All of the
other events were close and well contest
ed nnd a good card was carried out
The machine contest was run oft In two
heats one machine riuallfying in the first
heat and running oft the final The mo
tors representee were the Washington
Itoiil Blue the Baltimore Roal Blue
Flyer and Black Joe The Washington
was ridden by AI Zimmerman and W
McKoete rs The Baltimore Flyer had as
n mount Walter Sherer and Fred Gau
dette The Biack Joe machine was look
ed after by Oscar Babccck and B Thomp
The summaries follow
Twenty -mile motor paced race between
Archie McLachern of Canada and Ben
nie Monroe of Al ibama won bv Mc
Kachern bv one mile nnd four laps Time
The time by miles follows McEachern
time being given first
1 1 36
2 1 34 1 5
1 34
133 4 5
132 3 5
133 1 5
1 34 3 5
130 3 5
137 2 5
131 3 5
128 2 5
128 2 5
134 2 5
131 1 5
1 35 4 5 f
1 33
1 25
134 3 5
1 35
136 1 5
130 4 5
133 4 5
133 4 5
128 2 5
1 31
1 37 4 5
150 1 5
Motor machlre race between three mo
torsTwo one mile heats and a two mile
linal First heat won by AI Zimmerman
and R B McFccters from Walter Sherer
and Fred Gaudette by two length Time
129 Final won by O E Babcock and B
Thompson from Sherer and Gaudette by
two feet Time 3 00
One half mile novice Won by W Bo
neli J Melchear second Time 114 3 5
John Hill made an attempt to lower the
half mile amateur record for the track
made by Al Moran Morans time was
one minute Hill went the route In
1013 5
Half mile match race between A Mes
sieno and Carl Mueller Won by Mueller
by two lengths Time 120
An Alterentlnn With lllx nrothcrln
Law the Caime
George L Voe once a policeman who
was dischargetl from the force on con
viction before the Police Trial Board was
shot in the head and slightly wounded
last night by John M Mahaney a rail
road crossing policeman and a brother-in-law
of Yoe The shooting occurred nt
Seventh Street and Howard Avenue
northwest about 7 oclock and Is said
o have been provokeel by the wounded
man Yoe went to Freedmans Hospital
while Mahaney gave himself up to Ser
geant Duvall of the Tenth precinct sta
tion and was held on acharge of assault
to kill
The origin of the trouble dates back
some months when Yoe Is said to have
left his wife Emma I Yoe a sister of
Mahaney Bad blood has existed between
the men especially on this account and
bt cause of the family relations broken
asunder by the separation While Yoe
was yet on the police force some months
ago he had words with his brother-in-law
and the difficulty ripened as time
wore on In view of the strained relations
with her husband Mrs Yoe brought suit
for a divorce which U now pending in
tnc courts
Mahaney had been down town last
night with his brother Jeremiah Maha
ney and was returning homo when he met
Yoe on Seventh Street near Howard Av
nue Apparently Yoe was In no pleasant
mooel for he Is said to have threatened
his brother-in-law I will make you lick
the dust he is reported to have said to
Mahaney Then according to Mahaney
Yoe put his hand behind him as if he
Intended to draw a pistol or knife or other
weapon At this Mahaney pulled out his
own pistol atd as Yoe advanced toward
him tired one bhot which glanced against
the head of loe making a painful scalp
A negro named Dean was passing at
the time of the shooting and he ran off
to notify the police Yoe wa8 able to
walk to the home of a friend nearby
where his wound was washed and where
he was found by the police AfterwarJ he
was taKen to r reeuman s Hospital in tne
Eatrol wagon Meanwhile Mahaney made
Is way to the Eighth precinct station and
gave himself up Sergeant Duvall went
to the station for him and took the pris
oner to No 10 statldn in the patrol wagon
There Mnhanej was suspended from duty
and relieved temporarily of his badge and
club He Is twenty four years old has
been on the force several y ears and has
a good record After treatment at the
hospital Yoe was taken to No 10 station
and is held as a witness
A IVcvv York IolKi inn VMio Im All
TIiIiikn All Men
Big Tom Toley stole a march on his
bitter political opponent Paddv Dlvver
yesterday Big Ton conceived the Idea
of going about among the different na
tionalities of the Second Assembly dis
trict where the battle Is being waged
nnd talking to his constituents In their
native drchs He started first with the
Italians with a red handkerchief tied
about his head and n dirk in his be It His
Italian was a little ragged but a few
words were enough He presented each
voter with a erd -upon which his name
was spelled Toll Then he donned a
blouse and a epieue and started for Doyer
Street All the Chinese that he had mas
tend was Kau Hay Put Hoy which
means Merry Christmas but the Chi
nese were delighted particularly when he
cave thcrn cards bearing his name Tom
Io Ley Then he went up on Cherry Hill
where all he had to do was to act natural
and buy drinks Tom declared today that
he has the vote of the entire district In
his vest pocket New York Litter In
Pittsburg Despatch
Urinary Discharges Cored in 2 Days
CurrA a fresh case In 2 to 5 tiara
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NEW YORK Sept 6 The news of the
shooting of the President reached the
Wall Street district long after the close
of business on the exchange It was not
generally known much before ETp m by
which time the newsboys were shouting
the extras of the evening newspapers
The majority of the Wall Street brokers
had already left the financial district
many of them to go out of town intend
ing in view of the inactivity of the stock
market to remain away until Monday
This was also true of a great many prom
inent bank officers
But there was great scurrying among
partners and clerks In brokerage houses
and financial institutions who were still
at work there to send off telegrams to
the absent ones telling of the bad news
and the probability is that when business
begins in the financial district tomorrow
all the Wall Street men who went out
of town will be on hand
All sorts of opinions were expressed In
financial circles this evening as to Just
what effect the shootings will have on
the stock market Thtsc opinions were
largely based upon the severity of the
Presidents wounds It was admitted of
course on all sides tiiat the effect upon
the stock market prices because of the
shock given to confidence could not help
but be bad Wall Street men who have
been holding bearish views for some time
as to the stock markets future were very
positive in likening the situation to that
In 1S1 when President Garfield was as
sassinated That assassination occurred
after a great boom in the stock market
and with the shock to confidence that
the shooting gave a period of declining
prices set in
Such bank officers as were still at their
office were positive In their statements
that the banking community was In very
sound condition and well prepared to
stand anything that might come The
country they pointed out was extremely
prosperous and they said they looked for
no general panic The banks they said
would certainly stand together should
there be any necessity for united action
Tomorrows stock exchange session will
be a short one only two hours and as It
Is not customary for loans to be called on
Saturdays the call money market is a
nominal one merely By Monday there
will have been time for calm considera
tion of the situation
One of the first men of prominence to
receive the news of the shooting of the
President was J P Morgan He ap
peared astounded when a reporter told
him at 4 30 oclock of the attempted
assassination Twice he asked if the
news was authentic and he also asked
If the condition of the President was seri
ousInformation that the reporter could
not then furnish positively
Mr Morgan was on the point of leav
ing the office of J P Morgan Co at
the time to take a carriage which was In
waiting His son-in-law II L Sattcflee
happened to be passing the office and
Tklr Morgan beckoned him to come In
With Mr Satterlee he retired to an Inner
office He left the office about 5 oclock
Mr Satterlee driving away with him Be
fore he went away Mr Morgan was
asked whether he would make a state
ment regarding the financial situation as
affected by the shooting of the President
but his reply was It is a very sad
thing I have nothing to say now
James R Keene who Is generally credi
ted In Wall Street with having been the
chief bullish manipulator during the
great boerr that preceded the Nothern
Pacific corner and panic of May 9 and
who Is understood to have had charge of
the support given to United States Steel
shares during the strike when seen at the
oflee of his brokers Talbot J Taylor As
Co expressed great sorrow at the news
but would not make a statement only
to say
What can I say at this time when not
possessed of the full facts
James Stillman of the National City
Bank had left his oflice early before the
news came from Buffalo When seen at
his home 7 East Tortieth Street last
night Mr Stlman expressed his grief
and remarked
The country however is In such a
magnificent condition as not to bo de
pendent upon any one mans life
Other prominent bankers declined to
say anything for publication as what
would be the effect upon the stock mar
ket There were reports circulated late
In the day that some of the prominent
financial Interests might meet before the
stock market opened tomorrow for the
purpose of unting upon some plan should
the necessity arise for protecting the
prices of leading stocks
ALEXANDRIA Va Sept C A young
man giving the name of S M Clanden
nlng about twenty three years of age
will be arraigned in the Police Court to
morrow morning to answer the charge of
attempting to pass a worthless check for
13 on A C Slaymakcr who conducts a
dry goods store on King Street
The prisoner this afternoon entered Mr
Slaymakers store and after making sev
eral minor purchases amounting In all
to 91 cents presented a check for 12
purporting to have been drawn by J W
Matthews a commission merchant In
the goods Mr Slay maker informed hla
customer that as he was a stranger the
check could not le cashed until he had
consulted Mr Matthews Mr Slaymaker
at once sent his clerk William Pierpont
to the store of Mr Matthews to find
whether or not he had drawn the check
The clerk had been gone but a short time
when the stranger elecamped The goods
he bad selected could not be found and
It Is believed that he took them with
him After the clerk returned he Inform
ed Mr Slay maker that Mr Matthews de
clared the check to be a forgery After
ward It was ascertained that Clanden
nlng had hastily taken the ferry boat
for Washington The Washington au
thorities were at once notiiled and given
n full description of the man and In a
comparatively short time afterward the
Alexandria police were notifieel of his
capture in that city
Late this afternoon Policeman Herbert
Knight went to Washington and brought
Clandenning back to this city he agree
ing to come here without requisition pa
pers The prisoner halls from Betlton
Fire at 730 oclock tonight destroved
the bam of Frank Cockrell In the rear
of his residence 19 0 Duke Street West
Bnd Shortly after the fire wns discov
ered a general alarm was sounded and
the hydraulic fire engine nnd the Relief
Hook and ladder Company set out for
the fire Owing to the fact that the
property Is situated In Fairfax County
the entire ilepartment did not respond to
the alarm After lighting the 1 imes for
half an hour they were put under control
but not until the barn had been reduced
to ashes
When the lire broke out there wtre five
horses In the barn nnd one hog These
were gotten out In safety but the grain
and feed were destroyed Mr Cockrell
stated that his loss will not amount to
more than JdO There was he estimated
about J25 worth of hav id 25 worth of
millet In the burn There was no Insur
ance on his stock Tiie barn Is owned
by a building association and Is In ch irge
of Samuel H Iunt It was a two story
affair and was valued nt about SW It
Is not known whether It was Insured but
It Is believed that it was
The western heavens were highly Il
luminated by the shooting Humes and It
was nt ilrst thought that It wns the Vir
ginia Glass Companvs pi Hit that was on
lire and ninny anxious minds were re
lieved when it was ascertained tint such
was not the c isc Hundreds of people
from this city went out to the lire
C II Dickore employc el as a lineman
on the Avashington Alexandri i and
Mount Vernon Klectrlc Itallroad Tel
from a polo at tnc soutIvcst comer of
King and Iliivnl Streets at about 6 SO
oclock this afternoon and was bully
bruised but it Is thought that his in
juries are not of a serious nature
Mr Uiclcore was at the Ilrst cross arm
of the role llxlng a wire and It la sup-
i m n ii i Ht ii i m m m i i m -- 1 1 1 1 i mmm i i
Bargain Saturday i
for mens suits formerly
sold op to J5 AH sizes
in neat and stylish pat
for msns suits former
prices up to 20 All sizes
and a big tableful of nobby
patterns to choose from
mens and youths separate trousers
youths and childrens suits The
whole stock to choose from no reser
200 for 300 fall hats
The mens new fall derbies and fedoras are reaJy 2
for the qualities that every other store holds at 2 Every
wanted shape and shade is here
I e- Cor Seventh and E Sts J
posed that he came in contact with a live
wire He fell a distance of about twenty
feet and was picked up by bystanders
and placed In a carriage and taken to his
hoarding house 505 South Lee Street Af
terward Dr Martin Delaney was sum
moned and after making an examination
ascertained that the patient had received a
bad scalp wound and was badly bruised
from the fall
A charter was today granted In the Cor
poration Court to the Jerome Bottle Com
of Washington the object of which
Jiany buy and sell hottles boxes syphons
tin3 and kegs The sum of JlOOOi Is
named as the capital stock to be divid
ed Into 40 shares of CS each Benjamin
Wollberg of this city Is president and
the other- officers are Washingtonlans
Charlts Rendhelm Is named as local at
torney The principal office will be lo
cated In this city
William S Clark aged twenty eight
years son of Alderman Uhomas W Clark
of this city is lying In the City Hospital
In Baltimore with a badly torn arm and
severe scalp wounds as a result of being
struck by a train In that city on Wednes
day last His father upon receiving news
of the accident at once left for Balti
Mr Clark left this city last Tuesday for
110 Avenue des Chimps fcysee ParU
Famous French Contralto
Thousands of bald heads honestly be
lieve there Is no cure for baldness They
feel so certain about It they wont try
they imagine theirs is a peculiar case
beyond remedial agencies the Foso treat
ment they regard as merely another ad
vertised hair grower But why not take
the chence Why not Jiave the little
II a 1 n faa rill nalnn1
Clandennlnss favor in pajment for i n Tmfv is Dlire and harmless and the
words of those who have tried it ought
to convince anyone that the Foso treit
ment has remarkable merit or It could
not stand popular scrutiny Give the
devil his due and throw unwarranted dis
belief to the winds Try the remedy tbat
has made hair grow on heads that were
supposed to be incurably bald
Samuel Friedlancler Co
i v
Baltimore In search of employment and
up to the time of the accident had been
unsuccessful Prior to the accident feel
ing tired he lay down near a railroad
track Further than this Mr Clark could
not tell the circumstances attending the
accident The lower portion of his body
Is paralyzed Mr Clark has a wife and
one small child who reside In this city
The clerk of the city school board to
day finished his work of Issuing permits
for this week for children to attend the
public schools and now no more permits
will be Issued until next Monday morning
Today was the second day of Issuing per
mits to the colored children and during
the day 107 were Issued to colored boys
and 113 to colored girls From the num
ber of permits Issued so far the schools
will be as 1 ugely attended this session
as they were at the last one
It Is stated that It Is not definitely
known whether or not Mrs Payne will
be able to appear In court at the time of
the txial If such Is the case the trial
will necessarily be postponed until the
next term of the court
Today Superintendent K Kemper ap
pointed Miss Fannie B Smith to the posi
tion It Is more than probable that the
position will be a permanent one as the
rooms In that school are crowded
Prevents Hair Falling Out Removes Dandruff Stops Itching and
Restores Luxuriant Growth to Shining Scalps
Eyebrows and Eyelashes
Covington Ky
Trominent Hailuay Official
The above cuts plainly show what thl3
reraedv has elone for the above people
one of whom had been bald for thirty
years If you care to write them you are
at liberty to do so
The remedy also cures Itching and dand
ruff sure signs of approaching baldness
and keeps the scalp healthy and vigorous
It also restores grey hair to natural color
and produces thick and lustrous eyebrows
and eyelashes Dont be side tracked by
foollsh prejudice or doubt but write at
once to the Altenhelm Medical Dispen
sary IMH Butttrfleld Building Cincin
nati Ohio enclosing a 2 cent stamp to
cover postage merely giving name and
address and they will at once mall you
n fro tnlr1 twAip Tf Is hfinn
1 less and has cured thousands
416 Seventh St N W 4I6
Fine Cassimercs r H
oii Winter S
Blue Serges
Blue and
Black Cheviots
Values Range as High as SI200
Settles the question of your Fall and Winter PultsVery easily If you come
promptly There never was such a sale of line clothing this early In the sea
son Cloths are fresh and handsome tailoring careful and of the sort that
means good wear styles the newest or the new
SB 29
for Boys School Suits double brtnsted made of fine cheUots and
worfattds sizes from S to 1 ears regular price 50
Mens Furnlshinss Business Brinprs
for Mens 15e and 25c Iour ply
llncn Collars nearly all slzs
odds and ends
1QC for Mens Fine Quality Suspen
I ders ntvv fall styles regular
price Hta
O CC fr Mens Percale and Bedford
D Cord Xcglgee Shirts odds and
ends values up to
the dozen for Mens Wash Ties
made of line percale worth 15c
416 Seventh Street N W

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