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GIANTS IN GAME FOR
SAILORS BY 4 TO 2
Mayor Gaynor and Other No
tables See Teams Play at
nd Klem AttMd
PCH.O OROTTND". New York. 8et.
T. The I'lantu iin.l Htahtaniler. llnril
up tn-lay t the fnlo Clrnuniis for th
benefit of the eallere from the AMI
that ha moh1IU.il 'luring MM past
few day. Just hefore thi gam,- ataried
Mayor Qaynor ami Admiral Oater
haua war HNfM across MM Hold
while the hand played, Tlie Cefr
ing Haro Com ." The Mayor and Ad
miral Oatarhau came In hand In hand.
Tlw Highlands, . made a run m thetfr
half of the flrat imVng. MldklfT hit MM
first ball for single t" right and tag,
lata ancrinVed him along. Haitiell Ml
out. Mldlllff go'nrt t third, and cored
on Stump's short left. McMillan doubled
paat Mitiok an I aHerrall filed "ut :
Murray ONE llt'N.
Tte Olanta mada IWO In the.r haU
Devorr "t alnfia to left. Bo
Doyle, on which Devon ran to Milrd.
MiMtdamaa want to i.d on an frror '
MoMUlati. Devote and Iorla gearing.
Murray hit to McMillan and Hnodfir.M.i
an thrown out 10 Mldklff. Mer.le flied
oat to nirllatl llaroK ainrlad to rig tit,
Murray going t. third. Henog . out
am an attempted double Itaat, Koid 'o
Sterrett. to Stump, t fterrett. TWO
The lllghlnn.li re mada two M the M
ond lohulU atrttck out. Sweeney drew
a ftaae on balls, and Ford hit to centre
for a ha. MldklfT hM over Havora'a
MM for three baaag, corlng Sweeney
and Ford Dan Ma hit to Oottlall and
Ml.iklff waa out at the plate. Dafllala
wan; out kteaMng, Hartley to FTatChar.
Tha OUnta act nothing !n Ihelr half
Ha. liar aln1ed. Matcher filed out to
Hartxell. Hartley ni out stealing.
Ctoulalt drew a beae on halla, hut wont
mit stealing. Sweeney 10 Slump. NO
The Highlander went out In order
in the ihlrd. Merkh- made a great Una
of Hartaell'a Krounder and threw him
out to Ooulall Slump filed out to
Saodgras, and McMillan nied t,. Mur.
ray. No KT'NR
Tha Olanta alao draw a blank In the
third. Uevore popped up to Stump.
reyla itruck out and Snodgre! filed
out to MeWlllar NO Rl'NB.
Tha Hlahlandere aaain draw a blank
ta tha fourth. Blerrett hit to rlM lor
thrae haaea. tVhultx atruck nut and
Btarratt waa out at the plate on flwa"
nay'e hit to Hei-aoc. Kord atruck out.
NO RI N8
Tha llanta Hot norhlni In the fourth
Murray popped up la Mldklff Mrrhle
truck out and HeroK md out to
Hartiell. Burna look Davora'a place 11
left. Kliafer went to oecond In thl.
lanlng. NO RUN.
Tha Highlander mada ona In the
fifth. Mldklff went to aacond on Fletrh
er'a arror. but waa out trying to ata!
third a minute later. Hartley to Her
aog. Danlela waa hit by a pitched ball
Hartiell alnaled to left, acoilng Dan
lata and want to aecnnrt on the throw
ia McMillan atruck out and ao did
Mrnn Backer took Bnodgreae'a place
MeCormtrk took Murray'a place and
Rohortaon took Merkle'a plase. ONi
The Olanta got nothtiik In the flfi'i
ll.nl.. waa out. Mldklff to Stcrr.tt
n.i. h.r niad nut to Danlela Mcyei.i
hit for OauUlt and wa ajfa on tump
arror. Oroh running for Meyera. Burr
ZLt-J, ta Mklklff NO RUNS.
uuiirma went out In order In the
ahrth Oroh want to abort and A.mea
a. alien for the Ulanta. marraii
a-a nut Oroh to Robartwon
Sohiulti atruck out for tha third time
and Sweeney fouiao 011 10 nrwai. -v
HJl ni.ni. mada nothing tn tha atith
(thafler atruck out. Beckar fouled out
ta Mldkirf. Mcrormlck want to aeoond
win uhnita mlaludacd hi" flv. bu
Wak.rtaon fllad out to Hartaell
Tha lllghlamlrra aialn Wew a blank
la tha aevanth. Kor.1 etruck ou. MM'
Wff went out. Khafer to Rotiertaon
Oanlala alngled to left and Harucll wae
out. Sharer to Robertaon. NO KUNB.
Tha Mayor sot a great cheer when he
got up to atratoh In tha Ownia aarenth
Inning The Olanta draw a blank la the
aawanth. Hersog, Hartley and Oroh go-
in out In order. NO kun.
rtaah now nlarlnc ahortatop for th-
Olanta. Tha Hlahlandere again drew
a blank in tha eighth Inning Stump
waa hit on the arm, McMillan aaerl
ftred tiim -to oecond, and Bberrett and
Mehultt going out In order NO Rl'NS.
The Olanta got nothing In their half
Of tha eighth. Atnea atruck out
stump made a dandy catch of Hurna'e
high AT and Shafer filed out tn
Hchults. NO RCNH.
Tha Highlander got nothtn? In the
ninth. Sweeney ivent out. Crroh to Roh
artgan Ford filed out to McCormlck
Sal MldklfT fouled out to Hartley. NO
'Tha Odania made nothing In rhe nlnrh.
Becker and MoCormlck fouled out to
weaoey and RoberUon fllad out to
lUrteeH. NO RUNS.
RESULTS AT LAUREL
FIRST RACE Maiden two-year-olda;
elllng'. Sve furlongi Phew, II (l)en
achoten), IS to 1. ( to 1 and 3 to 1, flrat;
Sand Hog, 100 (Ford), 0 to 1. V to 1 and
10 to 1. aeoond; Bunch of Keys, log
(Olaea), 4 to 1, to 6 and to I, third.
Time. J.l-. Fly by Night, Jewel of
Aele, LaSalnella, Leumau, Helle Ubll
toa, Kxton, Rn. knat. Faloanet. Kefu
grtu. Fadarallat alao ran.
H BOUND RAOK- Four-year-olda and
upward; rtddan by offlcere of the army
and navy; on mile . Hannah Uoulaa.
17 (OaeL Atwa.1, I to 1. to ( and
T go 10, won: Roman W1ng. le (Uut.
I'tglon), I to X, I to 1 and to 6, eeuood ,
Kgrot. lat Oleut. Lmaji), I to i, T to
10 and 1 10 4. third Time 1 eV Karl
Iieoker. Night Drea and Mavlabon alao
Baseball Fans Jammed at
that when he Impi rnonatcl Mra. Petro
nella Menachlk, tha mother of Mra.
Itoae Kxaim, lona cince dead, In algnlng
lha waiver of "llullon In the matttr of
the aitUenianl of Mm Saabo'e natate.
Ken gi.ivcr offlcea than that aha hud
performed, hc declared to-day, through
ear nf OPKiin ud the confeatlun which
he Held over liet head.
THREE PERSONS ASKED "0
I'pon three people who will he taken
to the prlvale hotel aonn where uptown
w here Murphy anil Waenai vuki'I art
keeping Mra. Ounrra d' peid the flnnl
clinching of tha lemiarkahle atory 'if
crime and OltBlnal InOugMM which ah
ha narfatad. Tbaaa three win 1 t.ik
before Mra. OuafM "Ingly, neither
knowing what h MM the opinion n
to the myateriuua woman a Identity ex
preeavd hy the othera
The Identldera tral
Mm. LOU IB Miirret of No ic Weat
Stxiy-fourth utreet. Mra. Marrct knew
Mra. Siaho dining the time aha had vn
apartment In tic lame houae, and dur
ing the early li.uulry Into Mra. Staho'a
death ahe hd told of aeclng a blonde.
woman verging on middle age vlaltlng
tbe Siahn flat ulmoat every day.
Mra. William ''lanoen, wife of the lan-
itor of the apartment houae in Weat
".(venty-aeventh olreot, where Mra
Helen Taylor wa killed hv the exploalnn
of an Infernal machine i.ifi February
Mn. Ctaoaan aaya that Hun (luerra.
' own varloualy iih Koala Ouery nnd
The Mexican." had lived In the building
acme tune prior to Mm Taylor' death
Donald I. yon. the notary at o 131
Noatrand avenue, Rrnoklyn, before
whom "Mra. Menechlk" algned the waiv
er of citation laat July, had a good op
portunity to aee the woman now be
lieved to be Mra. Ouerra.
The llat manifested very little rally
Ins poarat at the finish, CtoefUS ail. a be
ing t button) levela for the day.
The ( loalag t'rteea.
te.U. lulhaa. . ... , anil ll MM of ate W
of ml 1 1 mi ic i itiuipen.i wuii nai.unis
hntl flaorai M at folk".
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To cleanse greasy floors, cook
ing tablea, au-aln-boarda, nnka uae CN
To sweeten pantries, refrifer
atora, acraan boaea, whsra food haa
ptlled -uae CN
To stop gassy odors from
pipe, drain, vents, rrape uee CN
To drive sway vermin and
disease germ uae
West Disinfecting Company
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World Wants Wr- tf ondcrs
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hobble Up Seats tor the World s Series
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nAi r. TRACK. LXVtUUa M.I.. on. 7.
The mtiiei fur toentorrow'i race are
flllMT II.MT. Tn 0 , r oMl INWfM IMO tin
nil ene linlt furlotim. Haai 'te .. lot, Lawli.
loH; MrliUad. lOtj Btyaaiy, 10T; naal Saana,
lor 1 InaaUaf, 10a, HMktry. US real Uery. inv.
r. tn Oiacair, 110 Herri, ill, llacktoa, 111,
i..n- Main, III: (Irotar, 112.
sr i'Sti UACK Thrf-er4di aii.1 iipwsnl;
MUlng: laanWliaay- t.'irtr SIsSI; lti two 1 tl 1 1 . n .
M.-hHr, IN: Juti . iit ibeannikr, iat;
rvatli. I'll u- Mat, 140, : Mine
lis. 'mark iiii-tfe. ia;
T1I1HI R A' r, A :
ara; r. laiiiiii
MATRON OF HOME
Gives Them Father John's Medicine to
Cure Their Colds and Keep Them
in Perfect Health.
"I have 40 or SO children here at the children", home constantly. When
1 they re weak or run down I always give
them up. I hey all Kain rapidly under the treatment I he nieilx-ine afford,. When
ever they get cold or have a cough or throat irritation Father John's Medicine
gives prompt nnd sure relief.
l.itlle Stanley IValiody, two years nld last February, has been with us since
he was two months old. 1 am sure that his life was saved by Father John's
Medicine. It cured hira of bronchitis. 1 gave it to him on the advice of our
(Signed) Kllen (VI. car. v. Matron, Children's Home, Lowell, Maai.
This Week at All
James Butler inc.
with Each of These
Old Cabinet Rye, Pull Quart, '1
French Brandy. !i,tlbr:.Thm- I
Brut Champagne, VAJTS. $225
Amontillado Sherry, bottle
20 years old. Exceedingly rich ; charming flavor.
Imported Sherry of rMMt excelleiue. It will appeal to con
noisseurs slio nre now paying N a bottle for a similar slierry.
Port and Sherry
Choice CaUforniA. mature and full QCr 'la
bodied: uipijiipg value; gevMon vO jal .OU
Guinness's Stout Bass Ale
Direct importation! enable us to sell st $ .45 Dozen $
tlieseextraortlinarily low prices. Do.boU. A Splits,
Allowance for Returned Empties
We pay 15 cents a dozen for the return of empty bottles, and
10 ifii ts s dozen for empty splits. Our motor trucks and waiions
DELIVER FREE and will
Stamps FREE with Case of M
LAGER BEER, Ruppert's or Liebmsnn's JL
THE EVENING WORLD, MONDAY, OCTOBER
Gates of Polo
ir f'OO; one ml!
M Mat: 'Hughk
Triton, HI'; Inne
Fl r Nifhf. N I ; Woiid
Qnlaa. lOfj Ibart. lJ;
liaauaeil, loej ri. Oanaa.
ri'UtTII IIAI'K--Three 1 r.ir ol I. sihI upward;
i-ondltlpati i-iiom t'Hi, one mile.- - I n, lis Jeaku,
n: Hansemaln, 101- o.mi 111 1-, lOtl; H.irh-m
i..:. IN; Mi.-nii. ion. Prtaea aluaat, Mil ir.
I MieiiL.-r, 113,
rlKTH KACS All Mr-: handlran piUMi
S'liO, .Is rurloeav -Aaihniay, tin. KjngBaera, Pg:
fowl, : Taaaej Hotiooi IW: ltsseam, U;
oil Qatejii loaj Doah n a;,', ill; sir John
Julius u, I--.
.-SIXTH liAI'K - Tlirrr --r oH: alhaf: one
fw si'd lefeatl rarai aifw I'-.si.-I.ltil T,,
Hi M"i'.-. bu; 'I'lmellU, lul, Mlr,.,r Boj
Ml "iplailrr. loj; -sir llttea, 10B; Manaaeli
jpt; flttea, ll. ' . Co k. log; Cloud Chief, lit
40 CHILDREN STRONG
them Father John's Medicine tn build
SW ST m aawawawt
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Rve. bottle . l&
call for the empties on request.
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Best Meats in
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Specials for Monday,
Westphalian Bacon, .fe.tBoncic,ib. 17c
Finest Sugar Cured Hams, 16!4C
Finest Sirloin Steak, 10,,,,. 20c
Fancy Rib Mutton Chops, 2 2c
Fancy Forequarter Mutton, 7C
Swift's Premium Ham, 28e
Fancy Corned Spare Ribs n. ioc
Locations of Meat Grocery and Provision Markets
173 Amsterdam Ave.
Cor. alls St.
Phone, Columbus 2537
1371 St. Nicholas Ave.
Near I7ih Si.
Phone, Audubon 4701
3730 White Plains Road
Cor. 217tb St.
Phone, Williunisbridge 238
G5 Westchester Square
Phone, Westchester 558
693 Tremont Ave.
Cor. Crotona Ave.
Phone, Tremont 319
494 S. Broadway,
Cor. Lawrence St.
Phone, Yonkers 4126
35 Mt. Vernon Ave.
Phone, Mt. Vernon 1670
WEST NEW BRIGHTON, S. I.
1112 Castleton Ave.,
Cor. Caroline St.
Phone W. N. Brighton 239
GETS WTO GAME
(Continued from Flrat Pae)
we have received, and to tell you how
much wc appreciate the klndnea and
courteay of MUfMM nnd the people of
the City of Now York."
"Let m aay that y u and the officers
and men of the Meet are altogether
welcome among u. We want you to
enjoy every comfort and amtiaemcnt
aa long na you can tay here. We
appreciate veryi much the compliment
to the City of your pngtlNM In our
We are mighty glad to he here, air."
said the Admlntli niul they gMok
lmnd. Tlnti the olOrera and numoroua
nieinhera of liie eomniltteo were Intro
duced. The oltlcera were tSPgtMS lo
their automobiles and the cavalcade,
hack to tile landing swefit out Into
Ilroadway and uptown.
Mayor Oaynor waa promp: In return
ing tha visit of Rear-Admlral Oeter
haua Accompanied by Police rnmmlj
Inner Waldo and R. A. C. Smith, who
la a gf mint of the Reception Commit
tee, the Mayor left the "lty Hall at 1
o'clock, hoanleil the Patrol at the Mat
tery and proceeded up the North Rlv r
to a point oppo'lte Seventy-ninth treei.
There the Mayor and hla etort were
trtinaferred to the Admlral'i barge.
Thence the Mayor waa conveyed to
the deck of the Connecticut, where he
again met the office! a of the fleet and
ex-hanged greeiinga with them. The
Mayor then MOMM the guet uf Ad
miral OaterhaUli who hml planned a
vtalt tn aeveral of the other ahlpa In
(See Addresses Below ,
Tuesday ond Wednesday:
80 Third Ave.
Cor. Dean St.
Phone, .Main 36C
1315 Kings Highway
Cor. East ltth St.
Phone, Midwood 2722
820 Flatbush Ave.
Cor. Caton Ave.
Phone, l'latbush 472
554 Coney Island Ave.
Cor. Beverley Road
Phone, Flatbush 1659
8705 Eighteenth Ave.
Cor. Benson Ave.
I Phone, Bath Beach 2009
LONG ISLAND Surburban
Cor. Main and Fulton
Phone, Hempstead 222
Glen Cove School St.
Phone, Glen Cove 461
Cor. Main St. and N. Y. Ave.
Phone, Huntington 376
Car. Flower HB1 and Irma A vs.
Phone, Port Wash ton 207
DONT PULL OUT THEGRAY HAIRS;
A SIMPLE REMEDY RESTORES COLOR
DarketU the Hair, Stops
Dandruff. Fulling Hair
nd Itching Scalp.
"Pull on! on gray hair and a dozen
will take it place" l an old raying which
ia, lo a great extent, true, if BO tcps arc
taken to atop the came. When gray linir
appear it ia a aign that Nature nrodi bj
intance. It ia Nature' rail for help.
i ray hair, (luil, lifce. hair, or hair that
ia falling out, ii nol BMfMgrily a aign of
advancing R for there are thousand - Of
elderly people with perfect BCada of hair
without a single ilrcuk of gray
When gray haim DOOM, or when Mo
hair aeema to he HMggt or lead, some
tfnod, reliahlc hair-rcaloring trentmcnt
I1011I1I l reoirted lo at qiht. Special-
At All the 200 James Boiler Inc. Stores
Patrons who boiiftlit on the first day of toil Rreat
ale are coming back for morcariH sending their friends.
The lowest prices of the year Ut continued until next
Wednesday's closing for the three best brands:
Pride of St. Louis
Superlative XXXX Most popular all-round
Flour for Bread, Biscuit, Cake or Pastry.
$5 45 69c
S4Hn.bag ( i bar.)
Blue Ribbon Baking Powder
From pure grape Mb. QCcra-ih. Qc; H4b. f C
ream of tartar. OtJ J.O can. Jiff
Butterine, print. 23c
Reel Osinlllv Lnwrnnivnl
a "T " wansaamSSaj
As wnoiosoiu:, nutritive and
Rolled Oats, 3 -10
Highest t'rad- new rolled oat Hakes fresh milled.
Potatoes, 6 lQc
The kind that Ik!; and bake white and "meaty."
Red Onions, 3 10c
Froa OraiiRe (bounty's onion beds notrd for their flavor
Apples, cr 5 ! 15c
ic iy ww is ay
13 sumps ritLL 1
100 sfcK Stamps FREE
with the following low-priced combination offer:
mumpn vais, io raeicage. ... 7c
Laundry Starch, large box 18c
, Azure Ball Blue, box 10c
Strong Ammonia, largo bottle 10c
Peerless Sauce, bottle ioc
Vanilla Flavoring, bottle ioc
Toilet Soap, Swiff s, 3 cakes 10c
IT MA Is LI ITU DIFFERENCE WHAT YOU NEED
A WORLD "WANT" AD. WILL GO AND GET IT.
fartl Mf that one of the h-,1 prepara .ona
to n,r ia the old favhionrd sage tea.
which our grandparents Md. TMMtl
preparalion of this kind is WjftU a age
.nd Sulphur Hair Hemedy. a prepara
tion of SOSIMUC sage and sulphur, aclen-
tifical'v compoun I with later dhtcoT-
rred hair tonics and slimulanta, the
whole mature being .arefully halanced
nnd tested by experts.
Wyet h's Suge and Sulphur is Hero and
wholesome and perTrrtly harmlcis. It
refreshes .Irv, parched hair, removes
daisml ami gradually rottOTM faded
or fray hair to its natural color.
Don't dtUr another minute. Start
using Wytk I Sage and Sulphur at
OSCC and what a difference a lew
liny' treatment will make in your hair
This preparation ia offered to the
puhlir at fifty renla a bottle, and ui re
commended iind sold by all ilruggiata.
8J jib. Bag
n, , -.25 h wqi
. . u . rsjSJVIUSS SaS V C"
ditfcstihlr as creamery butter.
Ormonde Castle Brand.
I'arly Junes, sweet and ten- I IQ
dor, can .1. J
30 mSSt 38
Ideal Ripmi zc
Oat g. s eases a 10 78 taut pnr pouad.