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    THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1894;
BASE
BALL
Stf&ntu'i -Numerous Errors Aid Springfield
In Winning a Came.
FIRST WON AND THEN LOST
The Leaders Suffer Defeat at Syracuse
Wilkes-Barre Wins a Game from
Erie and the Bisons Lose to Yon-
kers National and State League
Summaries General Sporting
News.
ITH the end of the
Eastern league sea
son fast drawing to
a close, interest in
the game is waning,
as Providence can
not be ousted from
ber strongly en
trenehed position at
the head of the list
in the table of par
centages. In the
gomes played yester
day Syracuse defeat
ed the coming champions, Wilkes-Barre
took a game from Erie, pasting Buffalo
and going into fifth plaee; Eelley's
Yonkers sggrsgation defeated the Bi
sons and Scran ton spoiled her chances
of bettering the position sbe now holds
by almost "givinir" a gams to the Ma
roons, of Springfield.
The following table gives the per
centages of the otabs, the number of
games won and lost by each and tholr
standing in the championship race:
Won. Lost. PerCt,
A ft A
Providence 72 35 .673
Syracuse 61 52 .640
Erie .... 53 69 .815
Springfield 65 63 .809
WIlkes-Barre... 58 52 .505
Buffalo 61 61 .600
Peraoton 60 67 .407
Yonkers 80 75 .287
IQST IH THE SEVENTH
Bcranton Had the Oame Well In Hand
Until That Fateful Inning-.
The Scranton clnb, after practically
Winning the game from Springfield
yesterday, lost it in the unlucky sev
enth lining, when by grievous errors
on the part of the home team, the 11a
joons were enabled to score eight rnns.
By safe hits the Scranton men were
-enabled to tie the seore in the eighth
"Inning. When the Springfield men
again earns to bat, Delaney pitched
with apparent indifference and four
more rnns were made, whish settled
the Issue.
The game was marked by some very
brilliant as well as bad playing on the
part of the home clnb. Among the
brilliant features was Johnson's run
ning catch, stopping what appeared to
be a base bit and afterward throwing
ont a runner who had made second
base and was unable to get back to first
base; and a doable play in which Cx
hill, Patoben and Lebane figured, pat
ting men oat at borne and first bases,
The score:
SCKANTOX.
R. H. P.O. A. E.
Cahill, Sb 1 2 1 2 1
Johnson, c f 1 8 6 1 1
I'atchen, e 0 12 2 0
Hog era, . rf... 0 12 0 1
Hsss,L f ..... 0 0 1 0 0
Lebane, lb 8 1 10 0 0
Phelan,Sb 112 0 2
Smith, s.s 3 2 0 8 1
Delaney, p 11 0 0
Total. 0 12 24 12 1
SPRINGFIELD.
R. IL P.O. A. I.
Shannon, ss 1 2 0 6 0
Donnelly, 8b......... 8 10 0 1
Ljncb. 2b.... 8 4 3 1 1
Scbeffler, rf 112 0 1
Teahy, o 2 2 5 1 0
fiottenu?, cf 1 2 2 0 2
Nadeau, If 0 0 2 0 0
Brecklnridza. lb. 2 8 13 0 0
CoogMin. p .......... 1 10 8 0
Total... 14 16 27 11 5
8cranton....0 0 2 1 0 2 O S 0-10
Springfield. ...0 0 0 0 2 0 8 4 014
Earned runs Scranton, 7; Springfield,
7. First base on errors Scranton, 8;
-Springfield, a. Left on bases Scran ton. 7;
Springfield, 3. First base on balls-Off
Celaney, 8; Conghlin, 2. Strnek ont-By
Deiany, 1; Conghlin, 2. Three bane bits
Cahill, Johnson, Smith, Lynch, Brecken
rldge. Two base bite Cahill, Johnson,
Leabv. Bottenns. Breckinridge. Couehlln.
Sacrifice hits Delaney. Stolen bases
Patchen, Phelan, Schrffler, Leahy. Doable
clays Delaney to Patchen to Lebane;
pohnson to Cahill to Lebane. Hit by
pitcher By Delaney, 8. Umpire Swart-
wooa. 'lime icuo.
OTHER EASTERN LEAGUE RESULTS.
At Buffalo-
Yorkers 0 34002000-8
Buffalo. 0 01200 0 104
Bits Yonkers, 10; Buffalo, 5. Errors
lookers, 6: iSoflalo, 7. Batteries Duryea
and MiUigan; Sigsby, Vickery and Boyd.
umpire uoescner.
At Syxactue
Syracuse 0 81220100-9
Providence-.. 0 8002000 06
Hits Syracuse, 14: Providence, 11. Er
rorsSyracuse, 8; Providence, 5. Batter
ies Kilrov and Rafter, Rudderham and
Dixon, umpire UeorgeUear.
At Erie
Wilkee-Brre..4 0010002 x-7
Erie 1 0010010 1-4
Hlte Wilkes-Barre, 11; Erie, 12 Errors
Wilkes-Barre, 2; Erie, 1. Batteries
Eeenan and Warner; Herndon and Gun
eon. Umpire Corcoran.
NATIONAL LEAGUE.
At Cleveland First game
Cleveland 2 8 1 0 0 5 0 2 0-13
New York....O 0100001 1-3
Hits-Cleveland, 17: New York, 9. Er
rorsCleveland, 1; New York, 8. Bat
teriesYoung and Zimmtr, Meekin. Uor
man, Farrell and Wileon.
Second game
New York 0 0 0-1 0 0 8 1-9
Cleveland 0 010000 1
Hits New Yorit, 10; Cleveland 6. Er
rorsNew York, 0; Cleveland, 5. Batter
ies Meekin and Farrell; Cnppyand O'Con
nor. Game called, darkness.
At Pittsburg
Pittsburg. 2 1100802 x- 9
Philadelphia. .0 0104001 1-7
Hits Pittsbnrg, 12; Philadelphia, 12
Errors Pittsburg, 5; Philadelphia, 8.
Batteries Colcolough and Sugden; Taylor
and Grady. Umpire McQuada.
Beeond game
Pittsburg 2 0022010 2-9
Philadelphia. .0 0040810 0-8
Hits-Pittsburg.ll; Philadelphia, 14. Er
rors Pittsburg. 4; Philadelphia, 3. Bat
teries Ebrett and Fugdeo; Johnston, Tay
lor and Clements. Umpire McQnade.
' At Chicago
Chicago 0 0 7 1 0 2 1 0 6-17
Boston 0 0010000 12
Hits Chicago, 20; Boston, 6. Errors
Chicago, 4; Boston, 8. Batteries Hutch
ison and Schriver; Staley and Oanzel.
Umpire Lynch.
STATS LEAGUE.
At Pottsville-Potteville, 14; Ashland,8.
At Harrisburg Harrisbnrg, 5. Shenan.
doab, 4. Second game, Harrisburg. 2;
Shenandoah, 6. At Lancaster Lancaster,
0; Eazleton, a At Pniladelphia Read
ing, o; rniladelphla, 6.
GLINTS FROM THE DIAMOND.
The New Yorks have arranged to i)lay a
game in Toledo on Sunday, Sept SO.
According to the Baltimore Sun Anson
has offered to trade Hutchinson for Staley,
ot Boston.
Sullivan and Cuppy, of the Cleveland,
use a clove on the left hand while pitching
so as to handle hot groundera with safety.
Dennv Lvons will not be able to play
again this season on account of a sprained
ankle. Denny has signed a St. Loma con
tract and will be with the team next sea
ton. Jack Stlvetts' biceps measure seventeen
inches. His arm isamnsnuUr monstrosity,
and physicians who buve examined him
gay he will last longer than any pitcher in
the game. Stivetts, however, is not in
love with his work. He says that ba pre
fers playing the outfield.
In the New York-Cleveland game of last
Thursday, in the fifth inning, McAleer
tried to imitate McCaithy's famous trap
ball trick in the outfield, and made a mess
of it Clark was on second and Tiernan
on first, with one man out, when Davis
sent a Bhort fly to McAleer. The lattei,
instead of "trapping" the ball, hold it
momentarily, and then dropped it. He
then threw to Child, who tonched Clark
and the bag and made a claim of two out.
Hurst, however, declared Davis out, as
McAleer had held the ball momentarily.
Foreman, of the Toledos, almost started
a riot at Grand Rapids by throwing a ball
into the grand stand at a boy who had
guyed him. The ball narrowly missed a
lady, and almost in an instant a rush for
the field was made by a number ot men
bent on teaching the irate pitcher a lesson.
Bofore they could go too far, however,
they were pacified. The spectators did
not forget the act, notwithstanding, and
a mob waited for Foreman after the game.
It might have gone hard with him if the
Toledo players had not left the park by a
tonndabout way.
JACKSON 'REFUSES.
He Positively Will Not Accept the
Terms-Offered by the Sioux
City Club.
Chicago, Sept 11. The conference
to-day between Mr. Edward Lloyd
Webster, of the Sioux City Athletic
club, and Peter Jackson, the object of
which was to have Jackson sign the
articles of agreement for a fight with
Corbet t, which articles have already
been signed by the latter, ended in the
refusal of Jaskson to pat his name to
snch an agreement.
"I would not sign those artioles if
SoO.OOU were at stake." said Jackson.
"They are too vague. I will fight Cor
bett within three months for our side
stake and any parse you offer, provid
ing yoa name the positive date and
location of the fight before signing the
articles, or I will fight him before the
National clnb of London, on precisely
the same conditions.
Jackson held that the artiolsa were
not honest and that thsy were drawn
np in Corbett's favor, without consid
eration of himself. "Yoa do not specify
where the fight is to be held and may
compel me to fight in the woods or in
a barge in some river, lie expressed
his doubts aa to the existence of the
Sionx City Athletic clnb. The weight
of the gloves, be claimed, was also fa
vorable to Corbett and unsatisfactory
to him.
Henry Pcuoenhals, foreman Henry
Krug Packing company. St. Joseph. Mo.,
uses Dr. Thomas' Ecleotric Oil with his men
for sprains, cuts, bruises, chapped bands,
etc. It is the best.
GENERAL SPORTING NOTES.
Directum is at Hartford, where he will
go in training for the great stallion race at
Mystic park bepc hj.
An earth coating is being placed on the
cinder filling of Franklin fild. the new
athletic grounds of the University of
Pennsylvania.
This week's trotting meeting at Fleet
wood park will probably be the last big
meeting at that place, as the ground will
De cnt tnrongn Deiore next year.
Coxswain G. H. Perkins, of the Uni
versity of Pennsylvania crew, and Can'
tain G. M. Coates, ot the track team, are
members of an exploring party now in the
wuas oi j-iSDrauor.
A match has been arranged between the
American middle-weight. Frank Craig.
and the Welsh champion, O'Brien. The
fight will take place In October in the
arena ot the National Sporting club, Lon
don, Eng.
George Green, a yonng boxer whom
Champion James Corbett brought out
some time ago. won the championship of
the Pacific coast on Thursday night by de
feating "Spider" Kelly in fourteen ronnds
at como, uu.
It is proposed that at its next annual
meeting the intercollegiate Athletic Asso
ciation send a challenge to Oxford-Camb
ridge for an annual meeting between the
winners ot the Berkley Oval meet and the
American college championship.
Four six-ronnd glove fights have been
arrangea ror the opening Atbletlo club,
Scboolkill Navy, boxing entertainment on
September 27J Black and Folev are
matched at 150 pounds; Leonard ana
Moore at 125 pounds; Bachman and Han
Ion 118 pounds; and Burke and Boyle at
1US pounds.
Fred Woods has written to the New
York Sun, challenging Jack Dempsey,
Frank Craig, the Harlem Coffee Cooler.
Mike Dunn or any 150 to 154-pound mnn
in the country. Woods can get a match
nearer home, as the Cuban Wonder will
meet bim in any kind of a contest.
THE OLD STANDBY
One dozen bottles of the genu
ine Joliann Hoff's Malt Extract
gives as much strength and nour
ishment as a cask of ale, without
being intoxicating. It is highly
beneficial for use at meal time
for convalescents, weak children
and ladies, and as a general tonic
for the weak and debilitated.
; Insist upon ths genuine Johann
HofFs, which must have the sig
nature of 'Johann Hoff" on the
neck label. Beware of imitations,
Eisner & Mendelson Co., Sole
Agents, New York. .
W w
WILD OATS IS
TOVORITE
and Major Wonder Upset Calculations la the
2.10 Race.
EVENTS IN GRAND CIRCUIT RACES
The Opinions Upon the Norwood
Gelding So Favorable That His
Price in the Pools Was $55 Scran
ton Belle Was Second Choice The
Wonderful Work of Major Wonder,
Who Won the Turf Club Stakes.
Philadelphia, Sept. 11
EADING race goers
were attracted to
tbe seoond day's
grand circuit races
today and the events
were more interest
ing than were those
of yesterdsy. It took
six heats to deoide
ths 2 10 Dftoe. Uni T
Wonder winning first money after be
had lost the first three beats, rani,
2 09, the chestnut gelding by Bald
Hornet, was not permitted to start In
this rsoe because his original entry had
not been reoeived.
The first event, the 2 23 trot, had
nine starters. Wild Oats was tbe fa
vorite. So well did the talent think of
the Norwood Raiding that bis prioe in
tne pools was 805. Scranton Belle was
second choice at $17 and tbe field
brought $21. Scranton Bells, who bad
tbe pole, took tbe lead in ths first heat,
with Wild Oats second, bnt she went
Into tbe air at tbe balf-mile post and
was paesid by the favorite and Com
mercial Girl. The latter pair
trotted liks a double team to the three-
fourths pole, bat then Wilde O.its
drew away and won tbe beat with Com
mercial Girl a length behind. In tbe
second heat Wild Oats was not beaded,
bnt in the third JN ntsbell led to the
quarter. The favorite passed Nutshell
at the half, however, and won by two
lengths from Commercial Girl, who
was a length ahead of Nutshell. Prior
tntbeseeond heat Wild Oils sold for
$50 and the field brought $10. No pools
were sold after the second heat.
wonder's wonderful work.
With Paul S. Scranton in the 2:10
pace, the fiild brought $35. and Guin-
ette $20. The latter was dUtanced in
the first heat, and then Vitello com
manded $23 against $12 for tbe field.
Prima Donna s victory in the second
heat eansed Vitello stock to dron to
$13, the field being $7 higher. Vitello
won tt third beat and his prioe went
np to $25, while tbe fijld dropped to
$12. Major Wonder upset all calcala-
10ns by winning tbe fonrth heat end
pools sold thereafter at $25 for Wonder
and $12 for the field. Wonder won the
fifth and sixth heats and the raoe.
Out of thirteen entries in the Phila
delphia Tattersall stake rsce for two-year-olds,
bnt two appeared Siiadow
and fiidit King. Tbe former led all
the way aronnd by 100 yards or mors,
and easily distanced her competitor.
It was Shadow's first race, and the
time, .2S. is tier record.
THE SUMMARY.
2.22 clas!. trot tins, purse $1,000!
J. Golden, Bedford, Mass., b. g.,
vvua untes, oy nor wooa (uoi
den) 1
1 1
W. Hopps, Baltimore, b. in., Com
mercial Girl (Brawley) 3
E. R. Bowne, North Branch, N. J.,
b. m.. Nutshell (Bowne) 6
5 3
2 8
4 4
8 5
J. V. D. Beekman, Hiebscown, N.
J., nr. m.. uaav ai Morton) 3
H. Dernest, Philadelphia, br. h.,
Ike Wilkes (Ernest) 7
Eli Ager, Scranton, Pa., br. m.,
scranton weue (rayue). 4
P. V. Hoy, Norristown, Pa., br. g.,
9 6
iirown Jim (ueviunoy 5
7 8
R. Grnly, Academy, Pa., br.,
Alexis (GradT) 9
6 7
8 9
A. Sanders, Belmont, Pa., c. g.,
1iauuiuB v huut; g
Tims, 2.1DK, a.lS't', 218.
Turf clnb stakes, $2.000 3.10 nacers
Gil Curry.Naabville.Teuu,
1). g. Major Wonder by
Major Edstill, jr., dam
by Brieham (Curry).... 2 4 4 1
1 1
C. 8. Upton, New York,br.
s. Vitello, by Lrfgnl Ten
der, jr., Rnbville Maid
by Blue Bull (Bver).... 1 3 18
4 8
W. l. Simons, Lexinittou,
Ky., 6. m. Prima Donna
by Bettortonnt, dam
Tansey (Turner) 8 12 2
2 2
J. C. Pock, East Ornnge,
jn. J., 0. m. .Lucille a,
(Smith) 4 3 8 4
Mills and Webber, Boston,
b. h. Gulcette (Sheri
dan) dis.
3 ro
Time, 3.13J.d', 2.14, 2.16, 2.17K. 2.
S. JO.
Philadelphia Tattraall atntrna 1 nnn for
2-year-old, trotters, eligible to the' 8-
nnuuiB cibb. vv.ij. nimmons. Lexington,
Kv.. b. f.. Shadow, hv Ni,.h TT.-b- I.it,l
Prinresi, by Kentucky Prince (Slm'monn),
1. Liii Agar, ncrunton, t'a., cn. r., Hilda
King (Payne), distance. Time, 2.28,
FINE CARD AT GRAVESEND.
Domialo Diaws Awy from ths FUld
A ftor a Bad Start,
Graveb end, Sept 11. A mammoth
card 11c a tbe a.-ltgntfal weather
brougat here to-day tbe larges t atteo
danes of the meeting and some of the
best racing of the season was witness ed.
Tbe principil event of the day
was tne race . ror the Uolver
stakes, in which tbe cracks Dominio
and btoneiie clashed. The two-
rear-old Llsalk was tbe other
candidate, Dmlnio was in bad temper
and rernsta to gni away, out after sev
eral breaks the fU finally fell, Llsalk
took tne lead, LiJtntnio kept oloae up
and when the etretob was reached took
oharge of matters, had everything bis
own way ths rest of ths j mrney horn
and won in a gallop by ai; open length
Stonenell nil but beat Lisalk eight
lengths for the place.
Another big event on ths programme
was tbe Brez stakes for 8-year old,
which was ctptnred by Galilee. Ta
handicap rao for 8 year-olds and up
ward was won by tbe old campaigner,
Banquet, who easily drew away from
Suragossa in the strstob and won with
out any apparent effort by a length.
WANTS THEM ARRESTED.
Jadg Dupas Charges Grand Jurymia
Cocatrnlca Corbett's Fight.
Newark, N. J., Sept 11 Julg
Dupue, in bis oharge to the grand jury
today, directed searching investiga
tion into the finish fight between
Champion Corbett and "Jack" Court
ney before the kinetosuopj atElison's
laboratory, O.angs, on Tnnrsday last.
The ebarge was very speeiflo and de
clared that an indiotment be found
against the principals and spectators,
if tbe facts as pnbiiibsd were correct.
The evidence could b procured, he
said, from newspaper men who are not
amenable and consequently would not
be inorimintticg themselves,
01 CENT
A Word.
TCnnfm n? nil Vfai9mnt. that mUcL when
paid for, in ad vane. When a book ae
cnunt is made, ho charge will be let than
is cents. This rule applies to an smau
want eds. excenl Situations Wanted, which
are inserted FRUE.
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A
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Aluminum Novelty Co.. 335 Broadway, New
York.
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avenue, Scranton. Pa.
Helo Wanted Femalea.
WANTED LADIES OR MEN ON GUAR
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WANTED SEVERAL LAD E8 TO AS-
' sist In publish nir work, also learners;
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lars address, with atamu. J. U. (i.. Tbibumv.
office.
For Sale.
RETAIL GROCERY STORE FOR SALE
doing a ffood buslnaaa. Kara chance for
runt party. Good reason tor selling Ad
dress "K. W.," Tribune office.
For Rent.
WR KENT-TWO OFFICE KOOMd IN
TemDle Court Bulldiuff. Snruca atreet.
Rent verv low. Annlv to Dr. IL drawer. Old
xwonica uunuing,
F
OR RENT ONE-HALF STORE. 120
renn avenue. Situ per month,
FOR RENT NICELY-FUtt.lHHED HALL
suitable for lodge rooms JOHN JER-
mxb, uv Wyoming avenno.
Sheriffs Sale.
I WILL EXPObE TO PUBLIC SALE, AT
the premises of Philip Bartron, 7 West
Lackawanna avenue. Scranton. Pa., on Fri
day, September 14, at 10 o'clock .m., the
personal property, consisting of two lumber
wagon, baggy, blacksmith tools, harness, one
mare, a can ana alarence, ana other property
on tbe premises, J. J. FAHKY, Sheriff.
Real Estate.
CMALL FARM WE HAVE NAMES OF
kJ twentv Dersoua who want to tmv nmnll
farms. Send full particulars. Make price
low. a. tnnJiBT uuutijiri, rrlce building.
In Pound.
TN HYDE PARK POUND, ) SOUTH
jl stain avenue, a neirer about a years old,
red sides, white over shoulder, white streak
over the back and small, short horns. It not
called tor In five days from date, will be sold
accoraing to law.
JACOB MELLICK, Pound Master.
Instruction Musical,
MR. A. GROSS, THE FORMER ORGAN
iat at St. Peter's Cathedral la readv to
receive pnpus who wish to siuuy music near
ot 718 Adams avenue.
Special Notices.
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ULANK BOOKS. PAMPHLETS. MArtA
AJ tines, etc., bound or rebound at Ths
thibunb oiuce. (juick work. Heasonable
prices.
UTEAL TICKETS CAN BE HAD AT 14.
It! corner Spruce street and Franklin ave
nue. Twenty meal tickets for I3.W, Good
taoie ooara.
Incorporation.
TN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF
X the County of Lackawanna. September
Term. 1894. No. MM,
Notice is hereby given that an application
win ue maue 10 aoove court on Tnursaay,
September, 20th, 18114, at ten o'clock a. m..
under the "Coruoration Act of lt74." nf tha
Commonwealth ot Pennsylvania, and tbe sup
plements mereto, ior tue cnartor or an m-
tenaea corporation to be called 'The Wil
liam a. aim Lawrence Colliery Keg Fund
tbe charier and object of which Is for
beneficial and protective purposes from funds
collected therein and for these onrnnua to
h ve, possess and enjoy all the rights, benefits
ana privileges oi tne said act oi assembly and
its supplements.
The proposed charter is now on file in the
tr rotnonotary s omce.
JOHN M. HARRIS. SoHciter.
legal.
TN RE. HOTEL LICENSE OF JAMES
X Mora, Old Forge Township. otice is
neroiyy given mat tne application of Mat
thias Puc hula for the transfer of the above
stated license will be heard In open court
on Thursday, Sept. 20, 1SU4, at 8 o'clock in
the forenoon,
E C. NEWCOMB, Attorney.
Scrnntoa, Sept. 12. im.
TN RE. TRANSFER OF HOTEL LICENSE
1 of O. S. Maine. In the borough of Jor
myn, ti H. A. Eeebee. Notice la hereby
given that the Court of Quarter Sessions ot
Lackawanna county ha fixed September 21.
1894, at II a.m., as the time for hearing said
application for trausfer.
TAYLOR & LEWIS,
Attorneys for Petitioner.
Notice of Dissolution.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVLN THAT THE
co partnership existing between James
T. Dearney ana Patrick P. Cannon, carrying
on business as hntelkeenera on Jackson street,
this city, was dissolved by mutual consent on
Sept. 1. James T. Kearney has ceased to have
any connection with the business, whicn in
future will be carried on by Patrick P. Can
non. Situations Wanted.
A YOUNG MAN OF GOOD H ABITS AMD
experience would like a position as clerk
in store. Address a P. H., Clifford, Pa.,
Lock box 87. '
BARKEEPER A STEADY, SOBER AND
industrious young man would like to se
cure a position; understands his business and
is a good, quick mixer; would like a position
in city or country and can furnish good refer
ences from hut employer. Address, Bar
keeper, GU0 Lackawanna ave Scranton.
AYLESWORTH'S
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Tbe Finest In the Citj,
The latest improved fur
nishings and apparatus for
keeping meat, butter and eggs.
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There is no use -t
m staying be- Jj
- hmd when all
the world is pushing ahead.
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ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. la
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Every Smile. Every Grin.
Every UowL Just as it Alwsys Was,.
"Maverick Brandor." CDClM
"Bessv Hrander." rrvUIVI
Geo. Washington Jr. Flshbaok
and The Committee
TEXAS
Will all be there in their usual entertaining
way. Company is strouger than ever.
Sals of state opens Monday at ths box office.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 13.
COMEDIAN
JAMES E3. MACKIE
(QRIMSEY ME BUT)
In the New Clrco-Comedy,
The Side Show
A decided novelty in tbe Una of f aros-oom-sdy.
Presented by a large and competent com
pany of artists
NOVELTIES 6 Sgpsr
In Costumes
ALL NOYEII IKS. Special scenery is car
ried for the production. All laughter. Ho
smiles.
Sale of seats opens Monday at ths box office.
Davis' Theater,
WONDERLAND.
Week Commencing Monday, SEPT. 10.
Every afternoon and evening.
TBE BEWITCHING
ALL-LADY
VAUDKVILLE STARS.
EVERY PERFORMER A LADY.
EVERY LADY A.V ARTIST.
This Is not a so called "Beauty Show," al
though composed of handsome women; but it
is a remarkable aggregation of genuine ar
tistic excellence.
ADMISSION, 10, 20 OR 30 CENTS
Two Performances Daily at St 80 and 8.15 p.m.
Children on Saturday A - PI? WTO
Afternoons Only, W VllAS ID.
WITH FREE BEATS.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
MONDAY, SEPT. 17.
THE EMINENT TRAGEDIAN,
THOS. W. KEEN EJ
AND A 8TKONO COBII'ANY,
In Bulwer Lytton's Great Drama,
RICHELIEU.
A Performance of Genuine Artlstlo Merit
A Rare Dramatto Treat.
Complete Details.
This la oneot Mr. Keene's greatest charac
ters and he Interprets it In his usual dra
matic anility.
Pricea-ffi. 60, TS and 11. Bale of seats opens
i nuij m ine oox omce.
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