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LP, fKtDAT, OCTOBER 11, ISIS.
BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
UP-TO-DATE
EDITED BY
dadcdt trnaODC-ivi
AND NEWSY
Swat M Wig arts Decoy Powder
Drew Cady's Long Drive Into
Devore's Hands and Saved Game
WELCOME TO OUR CITY!
Oupyrkrht. lilt, by The Prase Publish lag Co, (The Maw Tork World.)
ATHLETICS HAVE WON
THREE GAMES IN ROW
FROM fOGEL'S TEAM
rx iviirziro worn
- -mm- aa
.e'''''-' eaaw. a at
-
Preparation Made From Wooden Duck and a
Certain Herb Was Slipped to Josh Just Before
He Performed His Circus Catch in the Ninth
Inning, Which Cut Short Red Sox Rally.
BY SWAT MILLIGAN,
- - - - The I'verleee RH)rr t flae Poiartm Oaks.
IT ain't lfte me be tnOTln' ana myiri I MM you eo. but I can't help
remlnaln' you fan about mr pi or yeetrt.t.y when I -wrote that ma and
McOraw waa oooktn- sainetMn up and glttln' ready to pull It. WeU. air.
wa pulled It ail rlshe. and you aaa what
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Bui li
I eaaawsaaVaBBa 'sfawsmwaawaaaaW
I IjawsaawsaaV awsaTnaal I
an the ball It drawn right atralght to tha powder, no matter where tha pill
M goln'.
Josh Almost Scared Fans to Death.
Me and "Mac" kept walUn' for a ohance to get tha decoy powder Into the
game yeeterday, bat an everything waa gwtn' aaay we didn't git a good ahow
till Joeh Derore run Into the fence tryln to U lrry Ceardnefa two baaTrer
In tha ninth. Then trouble turfed If you will remember, Joeh loet the ball
for a minute and almoat acared the New Tork fans to death. That waa be
cauae my aecret eervlce man who waa etatloned over there waa ellppln' Joeh
the decoy powder and ahowln' him how to rub It In hie grov I knew there
wasn't no danger and told "Mac" to lay low. The chance came when Cedy
hit that drive fo right, with two on baaaa. I waa tipped off that he waa goln'
to hit It by my mentograph. which waa concealed under the plata "Mao"
run out and alve Mamaard the elgnal to put the aaetwt mark on the ball. He
rot It on Juet In time Cady hit that ball a ten-role wallop and It would have
won the game, but ttie minute I aeon It atart I knowad that tha powder waa
wurkln.' Devnre run Juet light, and Juet when everybody thourht the Hed
K hud WOI the game the mark on the ball atnelled the powder and awooped
duwn to It. llghtln' squarely In Joah'a hnndl
I ain't tryln' to take no credit from Devore, but tt'e my duty to write
the Itulde etutT end I wanted ynu fane to know how mine and "Mac'a" plana
Is workln ' I wi-h you'd aeen that play of Joah'a with tha decoy powder eo
you roald appreciate It.
Ae we was cumin' back on the train laat night, ua playera and our type
writers, I enme pretty near glttln' mixed up with Or. Plnlay, a boyhood friend
of McOraw's. because he mixed up my signs and oroaaed ma aad "Mao" on a
play that oerue mighty nigh ballln' everything ua.
Ball Wiggles Out ofMerkle's Clove.
You know I always keep everything ready In case anything cornea up.
I had my decoy powder and the preparation ueed In the famous wiggle bat
alongside each other In them little retorts that druggists use to keep medicine
In. Weil. I had theee thlnge ready, and aa Doc Plnley waa On the bench actln'
as club doctor, 1 figured that he ought to know enough about medicine and
aecret praparatlone td keep them botUea atralght All of my aacret aervloe
men waa buay and 1 eouMo't use them. Whan Wagner oome. up In the ninth,
and there wae two out, 1 got a Up from tha mentograph that the ball was
toln' to be hit to Fletcher. From my hldln' piece I signalled to Itoe Flnley to
slip the decoy powder to Marquard to put on tha ball. In hie axeltement the
Doc made a mistake and toseed out a capeule full of tha wiggle preparation
That Bluff, you know, makee the ball feal Ilka It waa covered with tadpolee
Or little eels. Now. see what happened!
Fletcher got the ball all right and made a perfect throw, but Instead of
daeovlne Into lie mlrvrnm that v - .i . . - -
1 V. . 7 . Z. . " e i iii w"t w worain-, ana when
the baU got Into Merklr , a tickled him eo that he Uwpped It. Then we
had to work like the dlrkena to nave the rest of the gama That bona by old
Doo Flnley oome pretty near being opatlve.
. - ' ""
- ..... ""aim em.
watch close, you'll see eomethln' come
Sidelights on 'Rube's' Comeback;
Giants and Red Sox Even Now
CHAW JK HI3KZ-MJ, the game lltllt
third liasvman of the Otanta, It
the J. Franklin Baker of the pres
ent world's series. Ilia work with the
ollck le nothing ahort of phenomenal
and hie record eo fer le prolatly about
the best ever eeon In a srle of this
kind. He has been to bat ten tlinea.
and has made two rune, alx elnglee, two
two liajiKeia. a triple and two aaurldoo
hits. efsjglS'g average Is 6UU.
ttvd Uuaat. eU want UirvMaii a aiiallae
hut isi wllltuet aaaatna a hit. eoaiaa neat u
But kb . .iK-iil hater, .Ha iiaa eiada fire
eUtelK". tea ifouulaa ki.1 a lrl,lr In taalea ttmaa
au. II. &BJ aturul Uiiwa ruua.
Not onlt hate Kanuf - a Miseaf hataad bt a
tietrilinarr faaulnn. but I'ulr flaidiiit liu haul uta
llasl Sol from ut raKKiua Uialr ma autaia.
Harry lloouar tiia rulit fittder. . e reark af
: la Mm lioaua -lie a .thief hi-.', r. Hlla
lata auJ btalil ara - etkw Jvu buian oi
tea II alab'e euater.
A i ' i . 1 -i i outhatteil. tha h . :i, ara iiiarlul
WU'Jt llit In Uta f.r. l.i.a aaiur. aui tha i.aa leeai
lta.uDall.lv t'tr tllr gau.ia 11114 au 1 juar Ttla iaai
kui uta-lr a uneijial lu ca -!. of iIk t.rel van aaiuaa.
m uit- neUtael xjm-u ui hu are.rieaa. Tee
Qlaste uic iai u. a-. ; . siea - at elUioal
ea iraar, I liar uuii m aia ia trim, uf
vmon Klru-.,, kI ah..n ha. . 1 . . I foul,
all alt l.aa Biala Iwu irtwi kihI Ui.auu ut. lva
en 1 IVKautfT. with una anrw aPaKe, ara vlia H ,. .
utfcuJiia.
alert!.' Klilter, tiu.u.i'r ail Watiar ara U.t
fal' ue an far la bauit'i. Nut una f the toui
lUa'ara ... . 1 Iiaa an enrage trial la eurta, of
raili't. Ilowrttt. Hurt Lis" a fai'llai 4arar oa
rllh 1 i.k a'hu baa fallal W euwtrel nlta at
lae.t orai aafrty.
Ma H 1
sHahl of the lied leS aera tba O'.auU'
ftii.1 ng la ru weak thel
r ela- la Utelu tt.
... aaa) lK.l'.ie th. a
ii.juau.
II at.
;h'h,
M I
laata. aaye be Uilua
Ua in
m ah
ataff 1.
that of Uae rt.,a
111. lirvdi.tiua llial W liuuu etU a. a
oa L at J
-ouut
VJiiquard jiltihel 1:7 halla tu
'I.e It .1 n
alll.e l. Mm. , t at li li at till au.l lit-.lir!.t
aej'-l in th.ii jarluila oi. Uie nrUif Una.
aVaaWS weed ail .teff Teariau ara alati-n t.. la
0.. tit. at 11. a l''l" Uruumla i.liL, ea Uiry
wt i in Uie u.itnina I'ame uu Tfiunadar.
It
i im " r't.l
am .uu the I. latere thai t'.e
Hi ' teuj
ds. ail tint faaaa at Uia -... .
lie m.la
at year Ta.e l.ae u .tree uu the
Mj i Mat ami InaliaJ of buildiu
l-ivai.let l Kerrll haa Sled en lila
Hi
.a I.
el
hi. up 1're.l.lai.t Hruali'a offer .a tlie
aa. oi u.t uua, atahiiin. wke-n will aata luui
lev prie.' .' I aueisg a i ia park at aUugaeldsa.
Ti.it j
the laat da.
..-... Utair
Ikt j larera abir,
t. tot aon.e
5 't
is s
Oa
bappcnaa, I rarm ma aad "Mao la
tad. eAT l
The thing that wa bee had under
rorer waa notnin- mora man in 7
famoua d'foy powder that I Drought
to secret from Bobtletown. That waa
tha atuft that pullad tha trio, and If
wa hadn't got It workln' at )uat tha
right mtnate tha oaana would have
been apllt and tha Oiaata would haaa
loot that ball gama.
Before tellln' how tha play come off
that aaaad the day for New York I'll
explain aomethln' about thla eerret
preparation of mine ao that tha com
mon people can underatand It. lfy
decoy powder la really a orosa for tha
wiggle atlek preparation that eared the
game on Wedneeday. It drawa th ball,
while the wiggle ettok stuff keepa It
away aad makaa the fielder drop It
Thla famoua daoof powder 'a made out
of ground up wooden ducks, tha kind
that are need to make real live wild
dueka oome Into A blind. I mix a aacret
harp with the wooden duok aawduet.
and then when a certain mark la made
rrameo up for to-day, and when
ana Joe wood glte together If
off.
you'll
ii.i.er Ukan I
ir a '."? tllRfl e.i,tKdaj'a Hi
Alread, IIO.I Iv1, t u t,n "ho,
aiK) Uia tape.e u-a toJv'. J ,.L
ofiv-ari.
in
prarrteus rtattrd laa the piarera1
a. 'LifT ta ? """l-'nel
H will (., ., ir,, liVal Hn
enMtit of UOat'a ram.
it. aa Jue Vl'i Hkei a
for the OaUBtB, la haei
ea til real taatwern ra'Ilea.
aa . .mi i.i trura
Mattj a in.iu h. U l omrfatalr lanad nan hi
Vtrfntaal.,', eJeten hmtn, atase Ifca
mr h. loa. taB hi. t'bafTTml hTon'w'S!
Calvaaaa Uatpolats Borrell
I'll 1 1, a I if: i.i' in a 0rt. y.-dlfMej T.mr.,
f-oia..,,. ,, mmmnmUmt, iuZ.i ai.pea,
! He nunuat,,,.!!, kaiieaal at u- Hriwlttar 1
ae ut luoae eean out la a while ao,l tuied
up eouuah pulata to oulUit )m Uorr.ll of
Jo.iuiu Ka-na'a atabla. In u , y Enen
waa wtilh'B anoaih aad trted to rt,ht at l.ee
tluarUra tiut rolarAeu iui... : to fat est "f fit
wat nuat sf tha Ursa Hurrall kept , u. . la
and altes aaada tka ualored buj ahow Uia bMt he
RACING SELECTIONS.
BALTIMORE.
First Rtoe-Chlaook, Halph IJoya.
laoldy.
et-otvd Race fllxty, Bprlnrmass,
NeTa- Kover.
Tlilrd lUea-allaee, Joe Oattana.
FVrvd.
PwUHk Usee No aelev'tlone.
Fifth RaOaRookVltW, Kraalerlok
L . Le hares
nrti Hew pharoh, n
Mtiea O i onnell
Queen.
tie,- ith IU.-e .Ii.".ker boy,
I- .... lleinptied
Aa
LOUISVILLE.
rinit lfy. aj J 'h ,,n
OtMnBttMI. Tularin li'iu
I Igaltvej
He-. nd !Uee prill ly M.ss
Halaiiine. HI US Hcir.l.
Third Itat e --aytaln Hrevo,
ruche, furlton t'luh.
M .
Pal
Tonrth Raoe I'lunnce Ituierta,
Merry laa. I, (Ja Bird
Fifth Race 1'r,' le Hsrt, Mam
iiiracii, TarrlMe mil.
Huth Hare Wander, Iplndll
Howdy lloady
7 tMUMj
comjhn
"K. 0." Brown Latest Victim
of "Boston" Decision, Says
Morgan.
fonrrtrtt. 1U. tt Tha Prew 1'iiMlahlni Oo.
ta tie rtaw lore vtorl.ll
AN MOIUIAN haa a few ntrrlK
D'
about that Ualuwln-llrxiwn do
cJalim up In ltoeton pv.r.
wasn't auty referee's ilet lstiin." said he.
The artl 'lea called for a derlarlon by
HUferae .lHah-rtv. but the flub refused
to allow th rttfea-en to tleaiMe and eug
geated a hat Haildw ln'e maiwutnr and I
each eelet't a ltittal newepaper man to
a.'t aa Judxe. I acleeletl Move Mahoney.
To my aatonlahment. when the names
of the Judges were annoum-ed Steve
wasn't mentioned. Itietead they an
tttawMtd two orher fellows, one of
whuJii wne a former mamixer of Hald
wrln. They hail us lalal out for a trim
mine;, end w xot It. K. O, lia.l the
heat of u front i lie fourth on. hut he lost
tha "de.-relou" and he and I loat a f-w
hundreds In beta There's Koarton for
you."
"1 juat framed up a little trouble for
Frank Man tall, " went on Morgan.
I r uik awiit ma imrd that he Is going
to be married in a co uple of days, and
told me nut to make any matches for
The Whole World
"RUBE" MARQUARD WEA. S
R.ECALS
A . saaaaanna ,. . .. i -i .saa
him. aa he wante to have a peecefti
honeymoon. I Just got a ajood offer for
him with llouck. eo I rushed hltn a wlru.
" Trank Mantel I'nwtueketi Postpone
marriage until after Oct. 17. Have
matched you to fight ttto llouck.
"MOMdMt11
ACAni.F. from the Phlllpplnee aaye
that Tomrny Oonneff. onre holdvr
of the worid'e record for the one
mile run, was found desd yesterday at
Peals-, about seven miles out of Manila.
"Ills death was apparently accidental"
there Is no other explanation given.
Tommy Oonneff was the greatest mile
runner. In the wide world, not many
yaura 40. ttla mile record lasted ton
years, until beaten by a fraction of a
second by John Paul Jonea of CoTMtl.
Put Mike Murphy, who trained COMMA
when he was running under the color
of tlie Hi V. A. Oat onoe t ihl me that
Tommy never showed the limit of hi
speed In any' race. On one occatlnn
Murphy told t'onnpff lo run hlmaelf out
In a private trial, and Tommy covered
one mile In the remarkable time of 4
minutes in Hcootida, five ee-'omla or eo
below the present mark nuilu In compe
tition. Tommy waan't fund of hard tralnlnx
Jle broke the world' record at OntOagO
when he was auppnaeil to be t titlrelv
out of shnpe a euro 0MT, After that
he never dbl train very hartl, and SOOQ
dropping out of athletics enlisted In
tha United States Army 1 luring the
past ten years t'ottneff aaw much acllvo
service. Ha occ aHlonally enten d a race
or two In the army meet, but didn't
keep up much Intt-reBt In the sport. Hj
was a leiKeant In the Seventh Cavalry.
M
MtTY FOItKINH Is Kd.lle Mc
Onorty's inanaiter He wires this
over from rtillailelphla:
"B. Bdgren. Evening World, xTew
Tork i
"Went aln ronnde with Konck
last night. Ontboasd him through
out, bnt crowd aspect ed McOoorty
to knock him ont. Understand
shads want against McOoorty ac
count sentiment. MoQoortj left
ring unmarked. McOoorty weighed
ringside 157 pounds, Konck 170.
"Mabty roBxraa."
Cobb and Vaoai Henry llos Draw.
AU.KNT11WN. Pa, Oct. li Utaesgk T
Cotil. of I'lulailehiliia (II I uueit uf tie' lraili'.e kit
ftf ii with Yuihuj II. m. ill AlhutiiKii aaa is
clan 1 a draw. Ther met Ir t ten round eladuo
of the flrat tuiiniaDM nt of itluti-r .eatuii uf
the Ki'tal.in, Atlileair CI n While tha I'luladi 1
phis huv waa the Slur, Itnlliaut fiahter. the Allen
town hut vtaa lalBt' anil .1. I .. 1 an aria) uf hit
fenmua left lalw wtih tetlina i ffe. I
Loves a Winner
How would you
like to be in
Marquard's
shoes ?
1 1
TIGERS EXPECT HARD
CONTEST TO MORROW
PR IXC ETON'. V J (M. 11,--The- Rm .r
mi., a ; i a itiff fuii, wu:i Vlrflm Polf rach
itic I ntt ; til K MrfTQW .t Prilirftoo, V, p,
hta htHff ii- fcgMj a gout, art of bi ka ' In
, i-ir;.r, ft,r Ihf IlDir tlx I Mwfcu hart rm
rtiAtilni DumiTuu a)nfu m Uii Uoanip la an o-
tciror tn find tlu- lat-itt uien for wtvaj taiiM
- .'im panaltlnna. I fiercHit ftcrlBMaraa of tba
WM THXmilt rof iitiil in thro aroraa for ih
atr.it. ami non fur tin ,,mU. V. TrookBan
mm ahifiMl frum full!... (Mj right ond. iVn-lu
lOfj waa nut tia.k in i r halfbooll and 8. Baktrr
tri'tiglkt frum the tru a tu .anil quarUf Strvit
i'4 u1'" m t!,B 'olld 10 '"Ubach UMud n.
IViLllrton eroret lint on a litenlt jrl run
arv!
nit . . r. IfO-.l iv II lluk.-r 1' . . . ..u ..
aulv nut i .1 aj- t.i rnnrrue. T lie ae. un.1 aeots waa
uia h uii a hue nhinge for thirtv .ar.lt hj waller
aliua.. tar tif Oir bill. ' am. aaa ier) affnllre
in a., ejaa OsM. I. Maker k LU3S fair "'"
raraltl; field running. Htrelt ttw iio-tlr fatr at
bn hlMUag. laM not up t.i tha fnrai aauara bt
nrsslaasa. Hatt uf the taiua earn iia to isdi
rhlual urk. for tha line i MM nuorlr
Yale.
Oct. II..
-tr.w nAVWt. Ik-t, 11.-1, Tale earaltr
- , lain, wrre tl II a rt tenr
oav. diniifh sauat of tlietu v. re at the fi.M
nunny Warren aaa t liu to otn I WatTeri
at tackle antl be tne.1 (MS) lu the Una. Me ,
..ut rerr well for the firm tun,.. i, !, n
Itlarlaaj laalflieea ,i U) o sa a Taralt. !.5aT
tine. Tha baekheld ... mail. ,,p ui-TJ
quarlerl.-k. rt,iain, T.-fr liaJfWk It...- rt'.lit
h lank; Hkg lulltatck. Tim SU eneu't,,
Mnaln
ffl? a aW h,:;'"" " ll'llblo S
fuUUa.-k. Baker Dy 11, . km t left
lilt',
hajrba.k.
Cornell.
ITHACA, N. T , net. n bn.ir'a arrlm.
rn.se. arliU-fl waa tem "iai. lir .ltrkt.ee, the OSfB
nell v.-.i ahottetl furt In r im mtm butj took
th, laiirelt frum the acniht Ir, teatini two totarh.
dpania. Tlie lalluing at.lnt .if both leama uliBaad
the cuBclM-a, anil it la nuw heheital tliet the
Ithatana are aafalr out of their alumu. The Una
liluualiitr .f Kil.lle Hill t fullhael, u"
eltt waa one .af the features. Ht,i an I II,. .li....
uffwlte ttnrk uf Uie line. Hill one. aaln...ki
Il)nugli f f twclvr yarrlet.
iriK.ni. at itcTrril , m,,
lurii uu ntni ftiii ilfliiu one uf i ,. i--. ki,i
tUms rn jiliuif ing adn .in Cornt-U fUM this
yr. Frttf. at rlgU hlf. audi . SkJSl
ta.iit five-yar-l run hy brrnMng tJimtifA th B7
anrl Tbnr. r.Trlng a fumbl la mtSfMd wtW
fifty yri far touchdown.
M ''if IHssjt
Some Game Yesterday!
And the Giants Won.
Now Here's Your Chance to Win.
A muffed ball rouses the anger of every fan.
And a muffed opportunity makes every man feel sore.
Here's YOUR opportunity grab it!
For the remainder of baseball week we will make you a suit
or overcoat, tailored to your measure and perfect in every detail,
from any one of our $25 patterns, for $18.
This offer is made to add new customers. Once a man wears
a Clemons suit he continues to wear demons suits always.
Mail orders receive prompt attention. Samples sent on request.
Ou-of-lou n customers can havt a suit
or overcoat finished in luenly-four hours.
Fit, finish and style viil be perfect.
Broadway & 39th St.
AMUSEMENTS.
HI W tv ,
IJMON iw.
w H a.. Uth It.
HAI1.Y MATH,
i ..i tjlauiu.a a Laura
't..i,.'ut in ' I aa .trataae. '
i.i .i.i. aha, i ...I, .v Joaa.
IPBlSa. MephrB Itaniarrf.otn
iiilfaivlAl i . . i i . . -1 . ii ...... lb.
ltll.UOML Ketn, Willa Hell Wak
ULU1VIAL
H'wh. lllil St
IIAII.Y MA'f
a Brituera' t'iVa.
Al Mil vli. KA ' la. a a llaui. It. .u, Ura
AUIAIVIbAA 'tlardner Crane a Ce Aton
ftll Af,.3Stk. Coaexle 4, Arthur Urafoa
I.AII.Y MATH -J.- I "Honor Amnei Thteiea.'
UKOINA
" talltli at .1.1 a.
I .A 1 1 Y MATH
I lAKLLivl ,;
' Tha Trelaad Nuiwa wttn
Clark a Hitman, llr.lt
Haker. Klln.ira U l ama
.leaaieltiii-klff it On. rwha.
.a TTla ily Mate 10 to '.'H
1 Hi, in -'it "a a ruv
fJJ5 OLD HEIDELBERG
Hem .el .1 " i .
Anal, 'I. Cleld,
liar li t. I'lty.l,
Adttilaalon. a.ti
tilt vss .'I Tl'l.v
FLY
Delb .v I. . .. i
I. e.. at-1 1'il.ita. I'aa
. . a i fliallla 1
TeUSIU lla-.lni I lit I. I.
MltNOPl.ANI faips, It do
at I all L ... au.l ..Uth al. LtaB
a.su.
ll'uu klATINKK VMl lAT AT i .tu.
I 'ff RAINEY'S AFRICAN HUNT
Mike Gibbons Goes Home
to Treat His Injured Arm
St. Paul Boxer May Be Forced
to Postpone His Bout With
Eddie McGoorty.
BY JOHN POLLOCK.
IKK OIBBONS h i a gone back
M
home to treat hie Injured arm,
which Is atlll giving him plenty
of trouble. Mike was compelled to can
cel two Important contests, and It la
said he will aak for a postponement of
hie hunt arlth Kddle McOuortv If he
discover, hie arm doe. not yield to
treatment. "I want my arm to he per
fectly well and strong." .aid Gibbons
before he left town, "aa I Intend to
make a side bet that I will outpoint
McOoorty.
TmmT Muri'Tir will mak Ml rtftp(-raranr In
a tout in PUUtMplUwl to night tflrr i long
ar i r He. a .., Bgairut I'St Hia.II'' tIV gIM
hglitnelgbl of ilitt mf lo an rt.unl -.ut !
fure the ObmNa A. C., th swell boilng club of
HlowioWD M,i,.. takr the . : uf Lrich
( rum, who i tiff the vtbt-Q ha iu
aistthed up with J HritU.n.
Fighting Dirk Hvlaod. tha llghtwtlght of Cali
fornia, wlio haa hfwo hotlng for a great many
yean. U fast coming to that station of hw career
vhfin he will be forced to announce hU rvUre
m ut from the ring. Out at Calgary. Caraada. a
few ilVi tig n ': 1 met T'al llrown. thf pmm
laing .valterwalgtit of llltthing, Minn., and waa
knot-heri out lb tlu- fifteenth r - r 1 mth a right
hanti awing on the law.
Tar-key III Farlaol will In -reaee hit bank ac
count by fl.Om) to-night. He will git thU bunch
of mono b.t nifrting Tommy Kilharte. the ''lere
land wrlttTtttuhl. lu a Mfoiad bout at Wioui
peg, I'anaila. Kilbane li t!ie flfhtrr who uaea
inch foul UCitfll that he la frequrntlj duptalleflel
for fotUtng It au he that i r M Attetl'a
alKMilrirr In a buut in ( leirlaQtl oter a jear ago.
Jimmy Punn,
the faathenTigtu
manager
'liaailoii.
of Johnnr
na ttartnl
Kithec.
bioking
1 the TAILOR
AMUSEMENTS.
SAVE.
a go '"sr.
m at oil
l.AlllM' MAT DAILT
OAHIUSi OF PARIS
Aniettfiira Tu Nlglit.
lADIJH' MAT. DAILT.
emit FROM REDO
Amateura To.Maf bt,
LA DIM' MAT DAILY,
HI 8 H LIFE III lUKUtqUE
I
N
BOWERY
a Muwaccv sr
rn. 3W ouch
BRONX
3vi a is'"r
rti Oij mi Aniatitire Tliuearlar.
LAD llfBI Ba8 U'wai .V itVlkat, f tet I SO.
JUE. WCbCJI S mju A Sal ,2 30.
A SCRAPE O' THt PfeN
kf lirahaai Moffat, author of Itiletf j'uHi T ''rlnsa
iri. LM w OK Ml all . Malli T.i Morrow.
ALALJCJVII m h v,. I.HMI' Sm.iklns.
lid Hie Monia .TheNe Mua'.i-el ft.ut-eeee.
lifE GIkL KkO.vi BKlGH lON
vn rAWHBT.
ii iik v r
AKii'tx ti-ri
NSW' tiROI Nils AT SIT AP.T 19 AT a
OAKVVOOII 1 1 1 t . I I -. - I SlI.Uul.l P.M.
Take Hlaleti I, land Ferry A Train. AIIM.'i.le
H U R TIG a I-'
nnM taki r.iRi c
aa e a unu.a f atl 1
Matlne, 1 wasaasw
A' eat Week
aa-eecj are! alao uperatd a new frnoaetuai Is (5?a
Uud. whkh wUl be th, finea of lu klad In Boat
Jlty. Bewloaa Jtarlns Kiltrane. Faul Kohler and
fail Iiejanet undar lila SeKaas,a,m. Duns Ilea
ovale amritretneota Willi aararal oilier fishteea of
tarioua weirhu u aacure bnuta fw thea.
Ramay Kelly, wan atlll looks after the aftalra
of la. a Ooodtnea. th, et an, wrlterwelibt U
trrini to art Blllr tilhatin to arrante e bout be
tween flrrotlrran and Tesag Brown to take mare
at one of the aleiwt if I. i la Men A. ('. Heasiy
ia lunfMent lliat Uoo.lnian eaa defeat Hrowo if
Jack ite another chanoe at h at
Word haa In.' r.. t..l Km t..m T jtm a mmkm
Oal.. to tier effe t that ' Hohn" IVuie lertv foe
ear, th, aoa-rin, i art. .-r uf t.l TV .. .. SL. A.
aarted the little ehanpion and haa left for New
'I'..1" V th rm "I J'" Manlnt. who
ria-hte Wolsaat at New iirleana on Sot. 4. IVinrh
artr land an araument with tVolaaat orer mouav
roKtttara. anil aa tie recitrti a au'id nfftw from
Mantlet to train him ha B'-eetttrl It. Huie-w-rAv
will I Mandut'a rh.af altaer when tha latter
meata tha rhamplon. ,
PENSSY WON'T BE CAUGHT
NAPPING BY SWARTHMORE.
PHlI.AItRI.Pill A. n,-t. It Tliat Parni does
nt Intend U' laa taken .r Bun-rie
wlvn It fataa lira atrons Swarlliinore eletitn
aewn when th team waa ;.nt tl.roinrti ihe mtart
rtiellln work of ttie araami rewt.rtlay. Tlie Una
rrveltitrl tlx naau attenilorj, bu'. the- lat-kfratil
alao tame In fnr ttvelr ahare. Aa e rratllt of the
tr-otita two rlianKre wear rsattf In th line
tajtWHIl, a iaa ... ,;i awn, waa ail In at gsssg,
wia.e i.reen tlea lAS'-ie.ituil euanl ttat nt to
the ernili. Jotirnear wu rttlfte.1 tn f ,apl on the
iletena,. inalaad of Ufkla. but atate al u.kle on
Lh ..ffeaaa.
llrrlneton. I.aflak. regartletl aa tie, beat Una
iKitnaar .if tha foothall aqnarl. will r..i.,il ba
unable ft plax aaalnat Kart'.a..re. An Xear
lijcttira waa taken rratrMae of HarrtrMrt ui
alerulaer. whleh waa InMretl In t Uu kinaon
same, and i.Jivaii-laiia aa he will not be In
ahaiw tti i let foe aeerral werka.
AfHJSEMENT3.
NKW YOKK-H I.KAUIMi lllr illtm
E.MPI Kfc R "' 4ut" Mt- Pa at s 15.
Tli.r. Malii'at Wei. Sat. at 2. A
IflHM nDltlA In TIIK PKIPt nrn
HUDSON ;;Bs B-i.,.K5TSiM
D L a I S.',""ea Wfil. anil wat.. S.IS.
Kooerl Loraine ., '" ku:
mtt eaie E . o ' "n "n'' "ouannea.
PARK fg fJi ffl
gMaa Crswlord fergB
ixew Anuterdim -y at Era i ,
THE COUNT OF LUXiBOURG
LilttTV vJS?tW
M - I-L- E-S-T-O-N-E-S
K N ( H KK HOC KKK. H'taar get.h B
OH! OH! DELPHlNfel
gaitys m trjiMf
OFFICER 666 '"lVi,0,,
GLOBE TUet'ti'relifc
T"h CHARITY 6IRL -..RALPH HERZ
tlatineea Mel .xHat a I
u- COHAN'S f'UiATHe.
........... etvw. at at a ik
class by HisailLr.
COHAN
"BROADWAY" JON
lo hla
lataat
i.lav
bKUAUWAY JONES
a Home Ho. k, with Leaialitae
ASTOR fflCg
T-tifiafaaaaai I I a aaaa 1 , 1 aj.
i n t vvu Man ha i tRS Bffle
oKAwu fAFlTHECONCrRT
Mat. To Morrow I wltli Io Dllrtrl.ateln.
Nan Mob.. IflNBY MILLKH, "Tha Balahow."
ELECTRICAL
XPOSITION
AND AUTOMOBILE SHOW
gbowlnf Ike raaulta of 10 ream al
Vdlaon rjrrtlra rn Naw York.
New Uresd Central Palace
Laiingtoe are. aud aotli at ,
on S 10. ft A. M to 11 p.
a Del a cm Vt aimi a u, at a m
I aaaWVey stieaat, lIau. Thuri Hat 1 20
I FRANCES STARR 4J,KBC;5
I republic raji.f,ieLi
REPUBLIC IWW K?'
I THE
GOVERNOR'S LADY
AMERICAN 0QVm sSS I)
Knur Baaaball Ilairra. lYe Muai al Walto
IK.
I I . e .11 ua a tt . ...n.
H'.aka i Ulrcna, H.rnei A leaiae, Ja.-k HymoiKla
Yakki Riawa. i. . . Boar iH'hi-ra.
liravHVKII ei-'TH. U.tr. .Vef.
EaLa 1 I ia Vj C Wed t B4, M B jj
WITHIN THE LAW
c
PmliAPRl.PmA, On. II. -The Ath
letna won another BUM from the
Phlillaa in Iheir infrr-leaitue serine,
malting :i throe in WCMSetUB Ihet they
hate rapi i red from hToraoa Fogei's Mia
ftt Cn:e' B. hder WaJ partly respona t.le
for hie tr.t r. a v. fury, fur he held the
Phillies ;n ehe-k gfttf the third lnnln,
wnen he a-t-nt in end relieve 1 youne
Brown, who wrjit bad In that Inning
nnl naarty threw the name away.
HolM fennia pulled iff many brUllmt
flei'tltnc liuatdi woKli paused the fane
to loudly applaud. "Kluffy" Mclnnee
waa the atar hitter of the (tame, getting
three hits, two of them alnxlea enl
one a dotlblOi lie also adored two of
the Athlet ea' four run. Paakert stu.e
home Iri lh.- third while llrown waa
pHchuiK. The ecuro waa 4 to 1
( WCAOO 0 i. 11 'n srawtiit of a etea.t?
fall uf ram tlie MOMd tame elitem i ie ' U. aa
White Sea aid t lie I'm t ..-maker Park iu.l
to be da iii' I lift. If the wei-.her la floe to-rlae
I! la ft N ted leal It - ' aill ' tha twirling
f"- thr Cntae, ehlla inntlipie w , r will m
tliem SB f.T the Wlnte -.n.
Made Their
Reputation
Over Night
t
Smokers need not be
coaxed to buy
PCCADIUY
fUTTLE CIGARS
Those who bought a
box to try keep com
ing back again and
again
Dealers are astonish
ed at the demand.
Ha ve you tried them?
10 for 10c
AMUSEMENTS.
IHIffODROMEi
mtl At . .4.1,1 44lh II, Matt. J ItettHeatasl It. a.
BCflt-B t lillmlf tm Nr rtl.a ti.ia
VVliSTER liARUEN i"t PASSING
K.a. S. i.,.T.M'w. II snow OF 1912
LEWIS iWALLEK WxVa ttih
3?riH 51. l "'tli 0-1. ka.-," KvB !75
- T HE B KU Ye
L Y R 1 C 1-'' 11 " i" T5"
iiRlC fflti
THE MASTER . HOUSE
ttr
rim
IliMUiTTIM ii i"
Mottar. Mill at 'nth Ar.
new tie i i an K -,.-
CnTUCBl A yiamuir -rn.Ni.hr
P1 . .-Al..i.
initi e martLuac "ma(hth
wevsiwo b.tk" tat L'i-t.
-in
to. '
THE MERRY COUNTESS
It llllKIII
1 COMEDY V."- "' "" k.aTTiT
. vuaicvi vi,.. Tlmra. A Sat. X.1S
millet
..rt'iii. r Harkrr a
caaraivtct nnoier.. ...
ixm.io Ce, i ru-aitii oriHSI IT. AT
RROAOWAY' llua. ror 41.1 Ht. iTS"
',',-u HANKY PANKY (SB
Sielal Matinee, Uourtara. Wl llfrh Seat, II
48TH Si' Theatre E' k iv "air
. .,.,r. . "Tbiira. A Hat.. 2.15.
LITTLE MISS BROWN
MAIK iThee..!liilh.it.M AI.At.Et e
l.l.l.luri'H Matinee, Wed. and Hal.. 2.10
K E A DY MO N E Y
M KMT HMD, U4tli.IV oi am Ae. kta.e.U
A Ha't " 13 BOUGHT AND PAID FOR
Nit. v'k.. jaa. T. Powers "Two i .tuie Rnda."
HAMMERSTEIN'S
tt Ht.
and
tl'eiaw
It. 23.00-74C A II. ballv Mai. 11 A
MISS EDNA GOOuRICH Vo"
IN "THE AWAKKMNII OK Ml.NKltVA
Stuart Baruea. M, I .at. . Iran. ,.i ,,,i,
A '" . The B Hullia. Ilarrr Puck X
Mlll Lewia. rank . Mu'laua, Hie Bill
Wov Trio Kar '-'foleta A Kay, i other.
PROCTOR'S
N Y. I'll K t 'l It l .H
r lit AVI.' Hwae
aj fry V- atlTXTS
.....up j.. a jltnAr
Han a Mil ItaOlSs. 'Illak.
Hleinaa
vi. it-....
tiara a i..
Mt. 26f. K
'.aAo-jTIa Ltn-T A otlieea.
tN-miTAININtJ HI'MPn
Mill I'lHIfiiKT. OblAaLn
A Auitaar. M.lle.iU Kail.
qea
- via u ai ' 1 1 V D 111 I ' V If 1,1 ' F .tu J"
Klcil
Slal'Vr.-. fa T T H a f ' f i J.SU-'
.erTIIHT. WOlH.n OK Pl.KMalBl Toi
IZbu, A. IvKltY I.ITTI.r. M'tNKY.
f OLUMBIA !i VAi,Bur!eaquer' ,
'.lea
. Mo.
Xe f-'A S. HI IF 'tr 1 I n I J . f
aaliaaav
I'HKAY Mill. TIIK.. 42.1 A t "WT
Mat T - llal.lS-.2V SO Kta 1.1- -.'a- .vL.fi:
AMATfirns
TO. N !' KIT,
a. Cn I- r, 5:,?.
BROOKLYN AMUSEMENTS.
TM IC K DAILY.
TKL. KM III HU.
Raloh li, II.. K-.
tease
SIM
OMH'
A U I U U
RLS
111.- I aillea Atliiiltled l M...n
AVIATKI UK r KHV IVKIINRrtliAV
Oej
8PORTING.
CHARLES A. HARNE1T
ASSOCIATION.
PS Oct. 12 Ma
Bar den Wlh st 4 j. Night
Al 1. -I Ml NoVKl.TV allNHTltlt:
Msjlt bf Kieatt UaaarriUoiu he pL,
I'laia 43JJ "'
nlANTHrs, U.U' c u.a,.
Itfci so etwiiu a ocriei -:"" tn.
kit JUt Bay rhowm instamti tffn
BASEBALL PLA Ybck APH
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