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OlltO WEATHIJU Vnlr nlid continued Wki tfflM6tfM"JVlncsttayf light, vartaldo winds.
I PoBtrihing to Sell? KM Miicr an ninety-Ufa THE MARION ALLY Something to SHJ TMfl prt)er ait MMetyitM others tlirowghottt OHte, IiM mi and Illinois, only $g.M ye line. Ask TJg. ' throughout 0tfo, intim. MM Illinois, only $2.M pef HM. Aak VS. MiRR( )JHL i fi. 55 "3 , , i-r- ; f ;. A 1 ' TOLtTMI XIX NUMBER TAFT FAVORS i ALDRIGH PLAN rabikres Currency Reform Most Important Issue. ALSO TALKS ARBITRATION President In Address Before Inmates of National Soldlors' Home at Ma rlon, Ind., Doctares That Two and P6salbly Three of Five Wan In Which United States Has Engagtd Could Have .Been Averted ay Medi ation of Third Party. M&Uon, ind., July 4. President "Taft, sroko ori arbitration and cur- refiev rofonn to the Hooslcrs horo Ho Won tho guest of tho'tow,i or M; rlon m, particular, but nil 111(110114" Joined nf (Jio, welcome hln'hiulastlc crowds' greeted hint at every station along the route of: hl3 Journey, mid , ho was Interrupted, In his work on .,hls speeches every, little wl'ilo by. t calls for a spccchV Ilo inailo short; addresses, at half a '1bV.cnj JilarcM Ifrom tho platform of Ills uyj'jlnd chatted vUU J'10 foc-plo who gaUjcrod to greet him at every s(p,p.. T'lo.h'cat was Intense.- tho thermometer In tho president's car registering 100 do greos. Mr. Tuft, however, stood It re markably well. As to currency reform, Mr. Tuft spoke plainly In support of Mr. Al drlch's plan and urged a careful con- alderatlon bynll classes or ir.cn ns "tho most Important of theso very Impdrtant Issuos reciprocity, arbi tration and currency reform." This address was beforo tho Marlon bank ers and editors. Talks on War. In an nddresB beforo tho Marlon , National Soldlors' homo on nrbltrn- .-tlpn-ho declared that at least i wo and possibly three of Jho live wnrs n whlchj'Ujls uountrV'linn engaged could ;Tjiave 'jidou nvbldod by arbi' ration; pointed ouk five Instances and made j r'tlnl claims Tor others' In which tHeilcd, States, by urging nrbltrn- , Uon7hadrjprovontcd war between ,Reiith.. American, countries, Urged i3ji"tliktrtrrilf?'tfio)on-ate of .life' pro posed .llanduran nnd Nlcnrngunn 'ljtjtss'hAljjful to tho establish MMit,5)JB(abl6 governments in those countries, Vmi ended with n rnply to Colonel IlnoFevelt's criticism of arbi tration of ouostlons Involving nation al honor, that n country slnuld not bind Itself to a future accoptnnce ot a. tribunal's doclslon in cases where " -a'pcoplo's1 enraged senses would pro vent their nbldlng by tho court's award by saying that "I can see no reason why wo may not have moral courago enough In splto of our Im pulse to tho contrary, to submit-such questions to an Impartial tribunal and await Its Judgment." TAffiELECTS BURTON Ohio Senator to Tell About Benefits of Reciprocity. Washington, July 4. Senator The odoro R. Ilurton will bo tho spokes man of the administration on tho Canadian reciprocity bill, and whon tho senate iobuiucs discussion of that measure on tomorrow he will take advantago of tho llrst opportunity to answer tho opponents of the pact. ''The oppononts of reclpmclty itro declining to debato tlm Issue by say ing thnt they me wilting for the af firmative of the proposition to bo stated first, and that thoy would then attempt to nnswor tho nrgumonts ad vanced In favor of tho bill. Hy pro jecting hlmrelf Into the broa"Ii. Sco ot ator Burton, It is helloved. I follow- Ing out tho wishes rf President, Taft, who wanted flovornl phases of the reciprocity negotiations presented to the senate In their truo light. Names Marker's Suceer?r. . Columbus, 0.. July 4. Governor Harmon appointed John T. Miller, Democratic county surveyor of Van Wert count)', ns chief ongluoor. of publlqi.w.orks. to fill out. the uuoxplrod orm cfjnmcs n. Mnrljor. who re cently w'bb. nppolnted ltato highway "commissioner. Miller1 will s.orvo until ' Jiijy '3, 1013. His salary is ?3,000 a 'jrcar. CARMEN GO ON STRIKE Street Tral'le In Mexico City Is at n . - ., 8tsndtill. JQxdolC(ty. July 4. -Tho slrlko of 'ie nmtormeli and conductors of the local street railway is now in orfoct. All' cars. mvn boon nbandcn'oil. The company declared tho doinande of tho men wor.o exorbitant nnd that It was Impossible to concede thonj. Tho rompany is AVllHng to 'discuss n prop osition with tho men. hut arbitration seems Impossible, as tho men do tiand n completo nccoptnnco of their demands. The men demand from HO to 100 por cent increnpo In wages, The people sympathize- wlh tho ,'ttrlkers. p; ASTRofToVUGAlT EVENTS. "(Froui linoii tmluy to noon toinorrow.i llun sots-7i'4!', rlfCM A;X: idiion sets ,2iLtl n. id.:, inoirn nt niogie. furthont .f('oin'chrtii."'2:.,J,::i)0 nillcs. nt 10 p. in. I ' ' I 299. PREFERS DEATH JO DISGRACE Nnval Engineer Ends Life In State-, room on Gunboat Tacoma. Now York, July 4t Somo clrcum Rlnnco vvbleH was known .only to him self, Commander .1. W. Oman of tho gunboat Tacoma and a fow cmvials of the navy department at Washing ton, nnd which was likely 'o draw punishment upon him. Impolled Lieu tenant Thomas L. Osborne, senior rnglneer olllccr of the Tarsma. to comnii Hiilrldo In Ills quarters aboard rlilp In tho Brooklyn navy yard. Ho shot hlmsolf'tlirntip.h tho hend with a navy revolver anil died a, ha'f hour lator. Iloport of the lleutcitnnl' death was forwarded to the dopnrtment at Washington by Captain Albert Cleves of the North Dakota, senior oill'-er tUloat at the yards, and did not be come public until published by tho department. Lieutenant ' Osborne's body was shipped to AUirphysboro, 111., where his wife and child live Mother nnd Child Burn. Chicago, duly ?,. - Mrs. Sarah Mul- cn. 30-yonrs old. and hor daughter Margaret.- 10. are dead as tho resjlt of bufjiH received In a gasollii" explo sion, 'ftlis. Mullen was cleaning with the lipid when her daughter lighted a miltcji. An explosion followed which envelored the woman nnd child In flames nnd net lire t the houBO. PEOPLE CELEBRATE IN SAfyE MANNER '. 'W Today's Death Boll Expected to Be Small, Chicago. July 4. Tho safn and snno Fourth of July movement. In augurated 12 years ago, Is meeting with such markoil success that to day's death roll Is expected to bo tho smallest In years. " From all over tho countrv rvportt) are coming In that pageants, parados, speeches, games rtnd picnics aro tak ing tho place of the fatal toy pistol and tho deadly llrec.racker. Such Ilroworka displays as are al lowedand In nearly every euro they will bo on a far larger and grander scale than was possible undor former conditions will, bo under the direc tion of qxper'j and licensed,, huudlers i " 'EIGHT YEARS' RECORD, Th fo'loWlem t lib- will hIiow how (loatlis mill Injuries hilvo dn crenfel uh Iho "nte unit sane Koiirtli" Idea hs IncrwtNPd: Your. I'M?. If ii ..,.-,..' mo; ..' mot; ,,. mo: i!ns .,.;.,..(,.. '.W 1910 1911 Dod. Woiinili'd. 4M ::,9S3 imi , s.asr. 182 4.a:u tr.t n.ojK i!t 4.:m Ktl ' fi.OS.1 157 8.02A 131 :,"23 ? ? 1,001 SS.901 Totals of explosives, conducted in such a mnnnner ns to minimize danger nnd give tho maximum amount of pleas ure to tho groatest crowd. In only two cities of Importance has tho crusado been nniclally Ignored Now York and Jersey City where celebrants may shoot their heads off at tholr' own swcot pious ure, though In Now York tho author ities, by enforcing rigid Are laws, have nindo tho snlo of ".reworks a matter of practical Impossibility. T-iklng the place of tho doath-denl-Ing llroworks. the Indepondoncu dny spirit Ih licliig fostored by liistorlcnl pageants and fostlvals.omhndyinu ijo4 clnl, patriotic and Intellectual ele ments. .""'Mayor Changeo Mn,d, Fremont. O.. Jul 4.--.lnyor C. C. Tunnliigtcn. frcquontly dubbed by tho papers ni the "llrocraokei in'aynr.'l bocauro ho alwgys favored aji "In1 snno Fourth." declared for a suno Fourth nnd Instructed tho nollco to sco that the law was obeyed. Detective Under Bond, Lorain. O.. Julv 4. - John nurko. 21, railroad detootlvo. Is under bond charged with tho shooting of Thomas Novcsky at Sheffield.! Ilurko sail ho wns guarding merchandise cars and when ho ordorcd men from tho rail road premises thoy drow revo'vors. Robbers Get $50,000 in Jewels. PhlliidoJilhlh.' July 4.-Th6 robbory of tho homo of Francis IS. Orowstor, a lawer, of heirlooms and Jewelry tnlued at $50,000, wni roportod to tho follce. A large portion of tho stolon r.rtlclcB hnvo lieen rocovord, Found Floating in River. Akron, O.. Jiily' 4. Tho bqdy nt ,1111a Tcol. .".7. was found floating In tho Little Cuyahoga rlvor. Sho dls fippcarod from hor home ,lnt Thurs day. Mystery surrounds tho cnuso or her donth. BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS Mlclmol Long of Nllos. O.. was drowned by tho overturning of a row boat on tho Shonnngo river, nenr Sharon. Pa. ' Scoros of Akron (Q.1 citizens woro bitten by three dogs that woro driven mnd by tho Intonao Jient. llathor than stand trial on a her esy charge, Hev. J.ll. Dietrich, pas tor of St. Mark's informed ohurch, Plttsbiu-B rflstkiiBii il . . Mil. I I . '! 'I I ' MARION, OHIO, TUESDAY,, JULY 4, I. -v '"ti-'2w wm '"" r'9mMl'li '"'mm "' TIC ' ' ' M r . .-''iNto.t' "s ' f-i aw - h' - Wm ' 't-u HOT WAV All Mercury'Climljing Rec ords Are Smashed. COVERS WIDE Pittsburg Reports 29 Deaths and 150 Prostrations, With Temperature of 100 Degrees River Claims Many Victims Driven, to Banks, by Hot Blasts From Glaring Streets Cin cinnati Experience, Hottest Day in 10 Years and, Reports OnO,Death. Pittsburg, Pa.. July 1.- Tho Inteiuo boat wbb respcnjUbhfpr ,30- deaths nnd tho prostration, 0,1,1)0,. others In Plttsbi.rg and vicinity, ; It was the hottest day in 2u yonrs' tlm tliermoin eter in some socthjhi, of .uio city reg istering ovor 10" dgrcaji.. In Drad dock It wn 10 In we ajmilo and 117 In tho Hun. Nino porsons died In Pittsburg proper ns a rosult p tho heat and 50 or ntnro wero prodtratcd. At loasl 20 are doad nnd 100 pros trnted In towns adjacent to this city Many lives wore claimed by tho rlvor. whmo penplo sought rollof from the boiling bent. Ono man. driven Insane by tho heat, shot himself; n woman foil dead while propni ing-dinner fcr -her fam ily; n girl driven lussno by sunstroke mysterloiislv disappeared from her homo in' AVtlklnsburs, and a painter wns prostatod yrlillo working 800 feet In midair.' tylil wqrkers, wojo strlcU on when tho mercury lingnn to climb. nnd somo uro In hospitals in serious condition. Hottest In Ton Years. Cincinnati. O.. July I. '- T!ie mer cury touched 100 degrees, making It tho Iinttost dny in id- yars,. Twenty prostrations woro report ad from th hospitals nlone. htul cn'e death. At Dai'ton. O., Ihofr Is an i-o f amino ro- portad, piatticnHy ell of the stored ico having neeu consuincu ami vnu ico manufiulurlBg concerns unauie to meet tho extraordinary demon I of the period of exreaslva )eat. ami as a ro Biilt Dnytcn is colaUvallng an lcoloss aa woll aa a snno Fourth. One Fatality at Delaware. Dolawaie, O.. Inly 4. -With tho thormoiiu'ter st.iudlng at 100 In the shado, there woro thine heat victims bore. John Banks, nr. dropped doad while calling en a nciubboi shortly; after drlnklug a glass o,f col-J water,1 STRKTES ' THE GLORIOUS7 FOURTH I - r Mrs. I.ou Wllliamsf iprcltate;u In hor kitchen, fdll down cellar and was se verely Injured. An nmimlnnc? had to tako .Vbe Jijnkliig. bricknuisou. homo. Ills coifdl.tljpn is porlous. .Glycerin Lets Go. Marfoidi. O., July I.-A tempera turo otpOS dogreos In tu altadc caused n c-xplnalon of three tanks contnlyfng t'.OOO qunrta of jn.itro glycoiln at tho plant or tho Marietta Torpedo company. Tho bias' rno.i tho boiler houso nnd three other building, causing n 530.000 lo:is. No ono wns nt work and no one wa In jured. Tho city wns ahakeu by tho explosion. Omaha Not Overlooked. Omaha, Neb.. July -l.-l'or the fourth auecoiHlvo drty tho thPimomc tors In Ouiuha lmvo reglstved 100 dogreos, and lilghor tompoi-nturni1 lmvo been recorded, out In th state. Light rains fell In iWpstarn Nchraska nnd thoso aro rciuirted ns coming eastward slowly. There were thrcc dentin In Oinnlin and vicinity Irani the lient. Many prostrations were re ported. Crazed by Heat. Columbus, O.. July 1. James Krumm. hirUior residing uoer Ktuo, prn?.ed by Uio Intonio bent of tho l't 48 hours, hot hltnsolf fntnlly with revolver." STRICKEN DUMB IN AIR Motor Expert Han Strange Affliction ..In Aeroplane -Fcrt Worth. Tex;. July -I.- Arthur Huckloy,-' JfMvtor export, was brought to FCrLWwtb' lioSDltnl from Swoot Water. Tpi., where he wns strl"ken dumU lu,a Mplnno nt an altitude of t.OOQ fot,, 1 Aviator William IfBBter was driving tho moohjne and Ortehley wn nccom-l)Wiyiar1U- H p stricken mid donly, ralllw; iac In Ids seat, stlf fenod "nd' with gjoat pain In bis lung.' 'Tje.Jor alniest overtituied the biplnno, but Fotterf kppt tils presence nf mind, righted be mach'ne and lauijBd snily after h long spiral glide llnokloy has not l oon nine to une: a word since the u suffering intensely. "government k'ldont und Is sllli TAKES HAND win Seek to Prev bnt Importation of Cholera WaBhlngtep, Jul, latloiiB to proent Germs. I Hrnstlr icgu ho Introduction of cjiojora Into th I'nltod States -lti-ouglv tho port of New York have ueoiU propaioil uyj Wynihn of Iho mi Suigcon flenerai ripe hospital ser- vjifo, aftqr. consi tatlon with w. to quiunu4ne ofil- QtJVo' York'st corv The' iQgulfttiriis. which will be prnmulcaloii tomor ow, will period i'f lnv i n-iulro thp MtonUfti) for a I 'i (I i,vs n c v Inul pre -cu' iifLyulvBottppB wh .PPB-d. .tip Qio dlsou c on ,ifig Jat). Amorlcan -tMW lorta t lavB. III 1911, JURY DECIDE DIEGEL GUILTY Took Nearly 70 Hours to Make Up Minds. CASE TO BE APPEALED Defendant Takes Decision Coolly, Merely Remarking, "It's Tough." Senator Andrews, Under Similar Indictment, ' Shows Appreciable Signs of Nervousness Conviction First to Be Obtained on Testimony Furnished by the Dictagraph. Columbus, O., July 4. After delib erating OGty hours, the Jury f turned a verdict of guilty ngal'nst itcdney J. Dlogel. sorgc.uit-ut-arma bf t'.c sen ate, Indlctet! on ti enurgo of aldlim Sonntor 1. It. Andrpwa to solicit an nllogod bribe from Dotoctho Frank Harrison Smiley. Tho penalty n from 'ono to five year linprlsonumpt In the penitentiary or a flno not to ciueed $2,000. or both. Immediately after tho Jury returned It vordlct, Attorney John A. Connor of uounsol for tho dofense, enteicd a motion for a not trial, and this will bo argued luter. Diesel is nut undor $10,000 bond, and will romnln st liberty while his case Is being argued In t'no uppui courts. The case will undoubtedly bo bit terly fought through, the uppo" courts and the counsel for the defense suy thcy hnvo coufldouce In obtaining a 'eversal. Prosecutor "Turner it Jut ns (onlldeni that the crdlct will stand. DleKo! wns indicted Mny I Jointly with Senators L. it. Andrew. George K. Cttone and Isaac K. Iluffninii, chaiged with aiding nnd obettlug each to secure J200 brlhos fmn Po toctlve Frnuk Harrison Smiley by conveying inossngcs between and ar ranging meetings for Smiley nnd tho senators. Thoso nre dictagraph catso. Flics Prejudice Affidavit. Prosecutor Tumor oloctod to try DIORol drat. Tho hint wuh set for June 19. Oji June I.) Hlofiol fllod tin allidnvlt of prejudice ngaiivit Judge Klnhond, usllng that ho bo lomovod from tho bench, charging .Unt "he was prujudlcod against DlogolV ctuse. counsel and lilm8elf." On Juno 10, Supervising Judge Goldsborry of Chll licothe ovoruled the all,(avt, and the trinl began Juno 20, with Judge Kinkoad .jifollldlng. l Tlic Btute roHtcd Its cftbo. on tho tcatlmony of th:e Bums dctStlvcs Smiley, Matry nnd Ballpy-wPShilloy sworo he gftvc I'Jcgcl n SRff-ljCnio in lloom 317 of the Chittenden hotel on April 27, nnd Hint he also gaiQKfitibcR of $200 each to Senators CetoiiOV Mult man nnd Androva. Andrews took tho stand and nutiqulvoonlly don'ed this. DIogol'B nounsol would not pormit Iltlffuitin or Cetouo to take thntandi Diesel did not toBtify. The tosllmony of Smiley wns cor roborated by thnt of Hoscoo It. Wni cutt, court stetiograiiher. who fook down tho conversation in itoom 317 ovor a dlctugraph. Wnlnutt wib ata tloned In lloom .110 and tho dicta graph in Koe-in 317. No wIIiu-m, how ever, except Smiley nnd Harry test! lied that they saw tho money vliango hnnds. A court record from Chlcnuo. which Blinwcd that Frank (lurrlson Smilov had turned state' evldencrt In a on splrary ease In whlrb be nul we others wore charged with d-' auc'tnp nn lusurnuco comimny out -r J". no on Stulley's tlatice's life, s mtri duced by. the defense in nn t --i i it to dlse.redlt Smllev's tostimom Dleget's conlifci argued th. ii Sinlrx hail rtlnvciied the inonc il.i.tmd have been slveu a bribes in in. .n use. They ashvd why n kIi'. t p. .Jo III the dcor between the two ho r rooms liml not bron bored no that eye witness i-ouid sue the mouev pa hands ami why the marked $-0 bills clnlmod to hnvo been given a bribe? had not been traced and produced. Willie tho othor bribery cases baie been put over until next fall. It I1 understood that tho grand Jury.jstfilch has not benn discharged, will b&jeail ed together ngnlu, nnd that 1'rcee cutor Turuoi- who has been worMlng on addltlnnnl bribery ovldeire, will have nnother grist for tho Jury to grind out. Hears Verdict In Silence. Colonel DIcgel recelvod tho vordlct in sllonco. giving expression to no i pinion othor than the single phrase. It's tough." Ills wife and daugbtor Patricia weio soatod around him with other members of tho family when Criminal Court Clork Paul Oood read the verdict, artor It had been pasted to him by .Judge. Kin hood's bailiff, Richard Lloyd. Mr. Dlegel's family was apparently much flsnppolnted, but their cmo'lonsll not rocolvd outwhrd expression. Probably Ihe most affected innn inj tho room wns Senator La For rest it.' Androws. with whom Colonel DIegel wns Jointly Indfcted. He paled ier coptlbly when tho verdict wets read nlid. crumrjlInK . u newspaper whloh ho had In his hnnds. nervously bit .'2VadijjiQm lu..'.Btjuiiii)inyjjHi is jointly mulcted with megc in an other presentment, was also !n the court loom at the time the verdict wns'recolved, but ho showed no emc tlon over tho verdict. Rodney J. Diegel Convicted of Acting as Senatorial Bribery Go-Between. EXPECTANT GROOM WAITS AT CHURCH Lady Foljambe Changes Mind About Marrying, London. July 4. Lady Constance Foljambe waa to wtd the Hov. A. 1. K. Hawkins at u faslo-.-.ab)e chcrcU horo and a big crowd of society peo ple hud gutuorcd to witness tho cere mony. Tho bridegroom and the guosU woro kept waiting at tho ohurch, as Lndy Constance fulled to nppoar. Lady Constance Is a half lister of the Karl of Liverpool, comptroller of the king's hmutehold. Whon sho hud kopt Mr. Hawkins and the others waiting nn hour, Mr. Hawkins sept around a qoto to the earl. Tho nn awor was tlmt Lady Constuiro had gone out shopping earlier in the day and liHdn't loturnod. . Tho oar! got a mossnge lnlor from Lady Cuuitnuce. who was out of town. She tele graphed that Blip hud changod hor mind about gotUng married and that sho was porfoctly sufo. PRICE TWO OINT riavclock Wjl'son Member of Pnriiamcnt and Leader of Seamen's Strike. Photo by Ami rli-nn Press Association. BIG STRIKE NEARS END English Ship3 Secure Crews and Will Sail at Early Date. London. July 4.- The practical ond of the shipping strike, which, so far as Its International character was concorned was a failure from tho first. Is in sight.. Novorthiloss, In Great Urltuln It dovolopod a noilous character, dislocating commerce and triulo in many directions. Tho strikers have not gained al' their demands, but havo qbtalned substantial victories, including tho recognition of thoir unions, tho chief, obstacle to a settlement in Liverpool. Glasgow and other jiorts, and led to dtio holding up of numerous Atlantic 'jfners.. Tlioso stonmers linVo'now ob vtajned crews and will sail at an early d&o. , l k ODDS fAV0R: W0LGAST Fights Moran For LJghtwefght.'Cham . V DlonshlnlTodav. ' .'-' '- '' pIon8hlplToday tfiau&B Mt; rhUltltf'n .. tllliJ-l-M'fl-." Uli.ii. -. . . -.. .... .'i' i-.iuiu bueui uiiun-air arena inisai tomoon Ad Wolgust. lightweight champion of tho world, will medt Owen Moran of Birmingham In Ag round contost that Involves . thp world's title. The Btngo setting for tho battle b tho most dratnatlo, In volved In any recent championship contest, for this match brings togeth er the host llghtvvoight roproacntn. Uvea America and ICnglnnd have-to -put forward, and the contost is-tn take placo on tho Fourth of July. , Prevailing odds aro 10 to C on WoU . gast. Racer Seriously Injured. Brighton nonch Motordromo, July, 4. K. II. Froy. driving a Mercer car, and ono of tho entries In the big races hero, was probably fatally int. Jured while taking a practice spin; Ilo wns driving nt a GG-mllo clip when his car ovorturnod. NOSED OUT VICTORY Naps Defeat Browns After Ten ln-( nings of Hard Play. ' Cloveinnd. O., July 4. The Naps' used 1" men in tholr strugglo with the Browns and mnnagod to r.oso out tho victory In tho tonth inning, 4 to 2. Stovnll and Birmingham woro put out of the gamo In tho tonth for "gnhsing" Pcrrlno. fc '' R..H. E." st t.onii ...otnooonii a a s 4 rievrl.nirt ... 0 0 0 0 tt 0 1 0 l.S 4 13. 3 K.i it . i-u rowell and Stspbens; MItali oil .ui'l Klsher. American League, il,, u v. i.. l-i i.ui ,n tv. ia P.C; .523 .151 .34 .238 Dpi t .. (ti I'hll.'i... 45 N. . :' Chli-a.. H8 .S77 .sis .532 IkMt. as aieve.. J? 311 29 W)i Ji.. 24 8t. U 17 AT linsTON n. II. B, Wniililngton ... 1 0 0 5 0 ft 0 0 0 fi 7 Ufwtoii OO10101B 8 15 : mttertfs Gray. Hughes and Honrxi ooil. Pane, Colllim unci Williams. AT NliW VOUK- n. H. I!" l'llll'n 60 1 200nnOft 2 8 12 . Ni-w York ...3000: lOinOO 17 11 A liuttsrt? Mnrgn. Martin, Plank nnj ThomHS and IKp: nlir, Qulnnf Viiuabait und Snmney und lllalr. HconnU dame: .- ft. It E. Philadelphia ... 0 2 0 1 0. 0 0 2 i 13 ! New York .... 0 n 0 o 1- 0 0 0 0-1 I V Iiatt,ei let KrHiine and Thninos; War hep and rtlulr uud Williams. National League. OU"j W. L. PC. CLUliS W. N. Y... 42 25 .127 Pitt.-, it Chlcrt.. II 2 .'U2 nin'tl.. 1ft I'lilli... 41 : ,12 Krook.. It St, 1.. . SS 2 Ml Hum... II I P.O. 29 .561' 45 .433 42 .304 C2 .224 AT TlllOOKLVN 11. II. E. linalon 00111000 03 4 1 lUooklyn OOO02S03 8 0 ' llalterles Weaver, Ilrawn and Kline Si-union, KHgnn, Hall and Ilargen aid k'tvvln. ' AT PIIILALlill'lIlA It II. n New Vmk ....innogoop ;p3 9 j Phlladrlphla ...0121000 3 7 13 I llHHi-itf -Mathewaon and Jtysrs; AU exanrter, Hums and Dooln. American Association. CI.l'Hg W. L. Cnlum.. 14 U K.C... it 31 Ml!... tit 11 Louis.. IT 3" I'c "it 11a w. i p.c. .5T Mum- IT SI ,M. , Si I' 7 ,1J .-. .500 Talwlti. SI 41 .if) .51)0 Iml'lls.. 33 44 .4J-' ; "7t t ' .j-,w.(jA )' i in ft liiii rmniiu4wP;iw m&- J-A- (MS- ijrifiar -sii "nAfi.ii 1 .fum , , n . .., .... ..... &.& o C-!-WJMM.l, -, , '. "JKH i ?i- .-, Wltl ,; m wJ N