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THE EVENING WORLD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 191.
BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
At Usual Wolgast and Hit Man
ager Insist Champion Was
ISIS, to Tlx Vrmm tMlaMag Ok
flit New Tot Wnrlrll
D WOU1AST It finding Ufa
full of bard bumps. Ther do
Mr that Ad and bit mtn
the glib and slipper Tom
Jones, are In a rage over tbe New
Orleans report of Monday'a flgbt be
tween Wolgaat and Joe Mandot
Naturally tbe cbamplon and bli man
ager can eee only Wolgaat. The otber
fellow la a mere outsider; a slinking
wretch whose unworthy ambition Is
to rob Wolgaat of his lightweight
title. Wolgast, no doubt, and Jones,
agree In the opinion that the title
should of right be Wolgast's prlvnte
property as long as he cares to hold
It All champions have that notion.
I would not uy that Wtrlgaat la
shewing sign of having "son back,'
just tiec-ouae clever Joe Mandot can
live him a touch time of It In a ten
round bout. Wolgaet was In rood
shape when K. o Brown put him over
the jump In els rounde In Philadelphia
and tn ten In New York. People who
thought Wulgest wae on the slide at
that time irere convinced of their mil
take when the champion turned around
and etopped Hogan In leea than two
rounde. Juet after fighting little K. O.
and getting at least none the beat of
It, Wolgaat knocked out Mfsmslc, U
Oreve, Hogan, Burna and Moran In
go although Mandot (keyed tan rounds
and finished well I hardly consider Wnl
gaet a back number. He'll have to be
whipped and laid flat on hie back be
(ore he joins the hsa-been olsss.
A FEW CANDIDATES IN THE WORLD OF SPORT
Copyright, VtVt, by The Presa Publishing Co. (The New Tork World).
WU-ANfOM. MuNTlNOJ WMTTf
Oor J4T Mow .
Old Racing Days Recalled
By Election Day Sport
Of Meadow Brook Hunts
Familiar Faces Seen at Old
Scenes Re-Enacted at Gath
ering of Amateurs.
. ATTLINO NBLRON refusea to
'tay put " A few months sgo,
after being well hammered up In
a number of fights, he told the prJ
of the country that he "knew when he
had enough" and that he at last rea
lised the Inability of any man to be
"not human" forever.
Now Bat la out again, ahoutlng chal
lengee and telling how fit he feeU
and how sure he ie that he can whip
Wolgast or McKarlond.
I sense a feeling of deeperatlon :n
this last statement Nelson muet have
a longing for Juet one more of the big
purses suoh as he banked after hie
flghu or a few yeare ago. He'd get
a slice of a big gate with either Wnl
.geart or McParland. and no one kmiwe
It batter than Bat. Hta end would be
aowiethlng to retire with, at any rate.
Nelson has been blackguarding Pscst
ey McParland In algned statements
published In some of the Weatern pa
pars It wouldn't be at all aurprtslng
If McPWland became ufllclcOUjr In
censed to sign up for s mutch with
Nelson. Bat's present attitude, when
he Is the beck number and McParland
the boser In public favor, contraats
strongly with his action toward Mc
Parland when he was chsmplon.
At that time Nelson bosed once with
young McParland In Bat'a show. Mc
Parland gave him a much fiercer flght
than Bat had anticipated. Bat tried tn
Induce the timekeeper tn call time, bui
that official, who waa enjoying the fun,
refused and let the eecnnd round go
for Ave full mlnutea. When he found
tkavt he hat tn. Bat buckled dnrwn grim
ly to light for hie life. McParlano
roughed and alugged with him to the
flntah. After that night Nelson asked
hla manager, Billy Noliui, to take Mc
Parland. to", en that But wouldn't be
asked to flght Psckey himself. Nolan
refiiesd. But. although McPurlend
challenged Nnlaon often after rhat. he
rsrver waa able to force the Dane Into
match It'a different now, with Mc
Parland a greet card and Nelann look
lng for the coin along the outalde.
The Blertton Day matinee of the
Meadow Brook Steepler he Associa
tion st Belmont Terminal furnished
something of a reunion for aevorei
hundred raiding anthuslsetlo who haven't
heard the saddling bell and the ta-ra-ra
of the bugle since the our tain was rung
dwn on the sport In thle State in 110.
Everything seemed a ready reminder
of the old dsvys exoapt the also of the
crowd. There were only about ;.M0 all
told present, whereas the old days
would have seen tt.OOe or more.
Entering tbe Uevok gales, the cry,
"Programme, Prugremm of the races I "
seemed like muele to the ssrs of the
osd regular, who hadn't bougiht a
racing programme in what eeema an
sue. Over on the isvwn Landere's band,
saatsd on chairs arranged In a circle,
wttti the old leader In the centre, wav
ing hi baton. fsHod the sir with the
etrsine of popular music that used to
add to the joys of ths winners and
make the loesre think the nest race
held out a chance for them to get even.
I'nder the little, country-like grand
stand Caterer MoOrath held forth as of
old. yulgley snd Dawson, ths familiar
fared bartenders, dispensed ths saras
oid "machine oil" at '& rent a throw,
with a uncaring word or two to the
purchasers, snd directly opposite the
tosr ths "all kinds of sandwiohea and
fresh milk" men shouted his wares. A
pace or two to tbe left "Cigars and
cigarettes of all kmda" wae regularly
chanted by "Red," the boy who held
down the ame job at Oraveaend,
aiieeuahead and the other ooureoa of the
metropolitan tlrouH befon Mssrs.
Arnrw ami Hart got In thnlr sntl legis
lation The old regular couldn't help
wondering whet these rlsture of the
rv.,;. w- m, I m mjjp
I Jr- m
"GOOD ROADS" MEN
FIGHT ELEVATORS FOR
Oppose Plan to Join Structure
to Blackwell's Island by
nervous condition until his physician
prescribed a our for him by ordering
him to the race track.
Ail of them and many other were
there at the Belmont terminal yra
terday enjoying every minute of the
fine aport the programme provided and
getting untold benefit from the Cali
fornia brand of Weather. If anything
elss wss needed to recall the old daya,
It was furnished by ths good nstured
darkey, Paris Archer, who with his
pall of lea watsr and Ms glase In
hand repeated hla "srater gent" a he
edged his wsy In and out the little
group on the lawn In front of the
Society, a always, contributed It
unmistakable presence In the psddock
between the rsces. Paahlonsbly gowned
women sported field glasses and talked
"Horse" liked experta to their eacort
aa they grouped themaelvea around the
vartoua entries tn the saddling en
closure. Most of them motored to the
course and lunched In the olubhous at
Belmont Park proper.
The absence of open betting didn't
ssem to detract In the slightest de
gree from the day's plessure. To be
aurc. Kitne private wagering done with
out any outward ahow on the part of
the principal added seat to the day's
doing for sumo of the speculatively In
clined, but It waa plainly evident on
all aide that betting Isn't necessary
to supply the thrill to a stirring finish.
Three of the rsces ended In head to
head fashion and bad the crowd stand
ing on chairs cheering with an en
thuitsam that aent the blood tingling
through one a velna.
The profeasionnl jockeys were missing,
but this had no effect on the Interest
In the various races; on the contrary
the amateurs gave the day a flavor of
aport for sport's sake. It wouldn't take
many of these meets to put racing
bark where It belongs In the sporting
Paris Likely to Get Many
First Class Yankee Boxers
" take Mciioort; to rati and fig.it Bill- 'apae
1 -St.. sal ...II II - .... -1.1 II..H ...
le fantuftu Ants,
,--,, i-.l. !-lil chm. El SS smi mU for the other ibis with McUoortj
uarpentier-PaDke Battle hnows imiswsC n Qh Etut ngM tm mu 9U
i Bre. 3. orothlini I'si.ke can be Induced
. t.iisht SdcUoorty.
Pans is btrong i-or tne
racing results and entries
CLASSY BOXERS FOR
A cne of promising bouts la on the
card for the resumption of tnbl-week
sliowa at the Fairmont A. 0. to-night.
r,rk' "aV' d'n f"r """"'lng back to It. own after the short lull
since men oaused by the approach of election. The
FAMILIAR FACES RECALLED first of these brings together I'atsy
THE OLD DAYS. j Kline, the thumping featherweight from
Hsaa. mmm ikmM ' ."sewara. in. j.. aim ueorgs surawven
I I . t,, .,. Illll., i!ll.u.... I. a.
A', one picked
trie ,nir ...tl.re.l h.e. ..,,.1 Ih. .. n V iouis. noiy " " li"Mi
the lawn, where the old benohea aged JSSL H" f 2 W.,i5LC5SS,S
to be. and walked the length of the I Kllbane. lloth Isds say they will win
streUM. rail from the judges' ,la0 1 by ths knockout mute,
to the padUck, face, that haven't been . Tl,' "I" "" "n n. V:''1''1, "
seen In iwo :ong years recalled the old ... ......... ... . ...
days. There was Johnny ravanagh Simmons. Williams recently earned th,
seWag and aivlHnK a If nothing had PP"lar decision over Champion Johnny
happened to spoil his serenity: Johnny 1 d ' WJ S5!
wi...,a ,,i,on .l .. m Sfiilali an. " FUsslmmnns in order to clear the
'VE noticed several uncomplimentary
statemenui In certain newspapers
Ibout tbe undesirable things I hat arc
distantly associated with boxing the
betting, drinking, etc. Hut gambling
end drinking can be aaaoclated with
For Instance, did any of the readers
of this column happen to alt In a lit
tle card game, juat for recreation, com
ing down from Boston the evening of
the Harvard-Princeton game? The
trains were well worked by card
shsrpers. One pslr that worked between
Roston and New York wae very suc
cessful. One wss an old man who didn't
look Ilka s sport the other younger
snd more flesh) In appearance They
sst In several iulrt games 1n s Pullman
car. And they cleaned up everything In
eight They had two or three neat lit
tle tricks, snd they worked them boldly.
Ths younger sharper would discard all
but three or four carda, holding theae
together so that their number didn't
shew. Then In some way he'd signal to
the old man When the call come the
younger sharper would lay his csrds
down, still bunched, and say: "Well,
there's whst I've got."
"What have you got?" the older men
would ssk, rsacblng over quickly and
preadlng the flrtt crook's card out
on th table. As he spread them he
added the cards necesssry to complete
the hand (usually a flush), whloh he
had been palming all the time. They
cleaned up about two hundred dollars,
I supiose, now, somebgdy will say
that football Is a horrid, horrid game.
parently aa In the old daya when he
handled thousands In the c'.ub houae
every day without blinking an eye,
Frank Moore who vied with Walter
In dally business of choir anda too back
yonder, Hughle Collin who ran many
a "shoe string" Into a bankroll, Mark
lllonktn who could say .bone to tbuo.
doaeiis and dozens of times to hr sheet-
writer without thinking twin In suc
cession when the high stools were in
vogue: Kddle MolKmald. with no nu
nc for dally reports from his clockers
to enable htm to "Knock the booklet
off their st.eirv "Bill" (logging saunt
ering around with his hands dug deep
In his overcoat pookets nodding lo
layers and players who once msde
things hum In the ring, Dsve (lldeon.
not a dsy older In appseranoe than he
waa when ths last (suburban was run,
Andrsw Millar, treneurer of the Sara
toga Racing Association, hopeful that
next sea'ain will see the return of rac
ing atmoaphere to the popular Spa, I
"Jack" FoUanahea. millionaire sports-!
man. wlwi luckily gets a real glknpse j
of Hie "Hport of Kings" every wlntei I
at Juarez, M ttle Corbett. whose colors
were often borne "down front" by I
Hunetpark and other good ones when
betting on the thorougnnrens sssaueu s
regular thing to do, and Millionaire
Hoaenfeld, who wss In a dangerously
with the title
PItlNCKTON, M. J-. Nov. 6.-Offlclale
for the Yale-Princeton football game
on Nov. 10 hav" been nnnuunced aa fol
lows: Referee W, 8. Laniford, of
Trinity; umpire, Neal Snow, of Mich
igan: heud linesman, l-i. ut Holly, of
FIRST RACK. Two-year-olds und
upward; six furlongs Raehtl, 111
(Hums). 1 to 2, out, first; Cogs, 100
I Martin). 10 to 1, 3 to 1 and 6 to 5,
second; Pandorlnu, 97 (DsYiSS), 5 to
1, to 6 and 1 to 2. third. Time,
1.14 2-6. Corncrucker. Ceremonious.
The Siiulre, RarUet, Mabbler and St.
Regis also ran.
SIOCONO RACK Selling: three-year-olds
und upward; one mile and
a sixteenth I.nwton Wiggins, 112
(Small). 18 tn 6. 3 to 2 and 4 to S.
first: Turbine. 105 (Mnrtln), 7 to 2.
3 to 2 and 4 to 1, second: Frank Pur
OttL 112 (lnvlo). 30 to 1, 12 to 1 and
S to 1, third. Time, 1.48. I.ucky
ileorge, Kden Hall. Rev, Mv Oal, Ado-
lante. PprlriKninHs, Sticker, Cloud and
chief also ran.
THIRD HACK Two-year-olds:
seven furlongs Tnle Carrier. 107
(Clements). It to 1, to r.. 2 tot.
flrst; strenuous, Ml (Karrlek), 9 To
10. 1 to 1 and out. second: Oliver
Lodge. Ill (Martin). I to ". 1 to 3
and nut, third. Time. 127 2-5. Re
pentutit and Astute ulso ran.
Fot'RTH RACK -Itennert Steeple
chase; selling: four-year-olds and up
ward: two and one-half miles. Jesuit.
144 (Ohartrand), i to i. f to i and 7 to
10, flrst: (lun Cotton. 154 (Allen), 4 to 5,
2 to 5 and 1 tn fi, second: Itlick Rrldge,
118 i Keating), It to 1, 2 to I and 7 to 10,
third. Time. ill 2-5. (1 irtirman.
Prince Hampton nnil Aronos ulso ran.
FIRST RACK -H ive und a half fur
longs.--A neon IKi 1 tlsofttts). firs.
Senator James, i in (Callahan), eecond
Flol, liJ (Natliun), thlnl. Time. l.o l-j
Jllll Whuley, liars ic, Kelly. Dan Barry,
urn set ii.. province, ceeii. Vi rena uis.
ran. iMiituels p.ild -Ancou atralcM p.
place IA.10, show $.1.10; Senator J.inn :
place tn.ao, shi. tl.i"'. Fids, ,.,
nXXKCO RACE Six furlonas York
vllle, 112 (liftus). Brat! Toy. KI3 (Riix
ton), second; Chili m King, li iTuvloi I,
third. Time. I.UM. Al lb-h. GrUtds
Post, Alfred v., oi.i Woman, silk Day,
lrd .Marshall. Hi Orune, Hntoucii
also lun. MuHiels mld -Vorkvllle,
straight 35.10, pla. o 3140 . how 3J.90;
Toy, place 310.10, shoe 36.00; Chilton
King, how 3I 30.
PIM1 HACK Selllns: llllH III! idrtS aid me
wsnl. six furlongs, taiemuiiiu, 110; Miles.-,
115; luivl, 113; Inpner. Its); 'laidora. HO;
Yellow Kn, 111; Sjlfestrlj, 111; Kan I)e
Noiles. llll; It., . iliiern. lll; llnffsuui, 121.
HtX'UMl HACK rur two rear. aids- six far
Ions.. TsrL. 1117; Mciimmitli. 7; Aislim 117;
IbXnob, 110: Virile. llu; BiiWnt 107; Plying
l'airy, 107; Phylht Antoninette, 107.
I'lllllll RACK lUnillci, for all agn: irren
furbaua. 4t;ar llSSlis, 108; Uk-IU.I. llo. f.
lug Yank..1 08 Spring ltoarrl. OS; tiuy Puller,
112; lr. lUlein .i IOW; Silis-ntltlon, 10f: He.
Isig i, 10H; Altos, 100; Rr,.ntiisan, 1UH; Laliore.
US; Cliff Wge. 107.
i n Illll K Mi: -Selling ; ateriaedlue; four-t-a.
obis anil uiiM.cl; 1 .... ami .me uuortar miles.
Topright, 145; liuu Cotton, 115; (iallin, 143;
l- lie Young Moriilietih. II, LHMvntrr, lai;
Jili.saui'e, 15; Tile l'i 14,1.
C -Til HM K S,-llll,. I. i tear-uld f ibs:
seven furlong.,, lirjn.iry, 105; -Mary Anu K.. trt);
uMie r . nil; -uontueaiai. 10): iiiiut iub
Stsr Aetriea. 104; I'lrst Trutnii. 107.
SIXTH HA! K Bllta hasmsspj selling; three-
i ., 1- ami : '...c i one Dial MMigstS miles.
iiakliurat. In- Jm uurlina. lib; Maiiiaarb, tit);
B ini. U5i Pied UuUsrnUasxL 110; WeHertoB,
lin; clia... r. Qralasr, ISsi Taboo. K; Anuie
Sfllers. 02; Chrster Krtim, 112.
Apprentice allowain'r. Track fail.
BY JOHN POLLOCK.
THAT In I'aris pugilism seems to
gain In popularity each year Is
evidenced by the record crowd
which recently attended the fight be
tween Hilly Papke. the American fight
er, and (ieorge Carpentler, the middle
weight champion of France. In a let
ter Just received from Al. l.lppe, wh
took Papke and three other American
fighters to that country aeverai weeks
ago, Al. states that the gross receipts
of the contest amounted to 322.000, which
Is the largest sum as yet taken In on
a flsiic battle In Paris. I. .pp.- ulso aays
that there was such a ctowd clamoring
for udmlsslon to the contest that the
authorities made the cluo ott'c als stop
selling tickets as early sa .30 P. M
The announcement of this big sum of
money w.ll no doubt be the means ot
inducing aeverai topnotch Aim-man
dglitera to take a trip to Paris.
Dara Smith, the Aiuc.rallan rbomcion miillle
eight, mi , llciick. th. niggtd Lancaster
(!'aj figlitf.r, liaie bees tfllsn D Darn Kit
wards, tlie fight prUBXOtar of Puiladcillbla, to meet
la a six-ruiui,l Unit at the Ourmpls A. C. of that
aty un Kiulai uight. After tills isnit. whether hf
sins or low.. s:nit i aill iti lor Aortralla us Xer,
ID, whrte h. is MB 1 ui for fight, in that coun
Uy b Hugh M.liitosii.
I ., Kddle Iteddy, who Ionia after th affairs of
lia l,l!tina, says that Mike's arm. which he In
lured in hla bout with Tommy Maloney here s
seal weeks ago, la wall agsln and that he Is bniinx
i '"r ''ay to seen In sham. Ileuily further states
, that Hlhlion. has takrn on weight and now tips
i the beam at 154 puunds. Mik. wUl take tart In
two louts liefora be U.-klea Kddls Meil.Kirty, at the
. i.anlen A C. laic. 3. and will arrlta In New York
The Committee on Finance will giro a
hearing at two "'-lock to-morow after
noon In the Aldermenle Chambers In
City Hall, on a resolution referred to It
by the Board of Estimate on Oct. IB last,
for the Issuing of 3107,000 worth of cor
porate stock for the construction end
installation of two elevators ons fr pas
sengers and the other for vehicle from
the Queansboro Bridge to Blackwell's
Island It waa said to-day that the In
stallation of the elevators had been re
commended by Commissioner of Chari
The elevators would be placed In the
centre of th bridge driveways for th
use of the patients Intended for the
City Hospital on BlackelVs Island. Ths
would provide a means of rapid trans
ferring of patients from the varlou hos
pitals to the City Hospital. At present
patients sre transferred by boats. It is
said thst the expense of building would
be saved in salaries and maintenance
Several "Oood Roads' " associations
and automobile chihs. automobile own
ers, truckmen and undertakers' associa
tions have expressed themselves against
the plan. Queenshoro bridge Is kmntn
as the "Funeral Undue." and Is con
stantly uaed by undertakers going to
and from the cemetrles in Queens. Ons
of the argument Is that the plan would
take away from the apace for vehicles.
At present this wce Is fifty-two feet,
but the plans for the elevators calls for
an opening of a space twcnty-41ve feet
long und fourteen foet wide. Thxs would
cut down the space and It Is said will
cause traffic congestion. Commissioner
Drummond says this can he overoome.
SaminT HtirU. mat. m-T of Kid Wltltatni, ttva
f n al BaUimor baoUmttatfht. it ao cmfltJeai
that l)u itTrttt wtfl laftNit Blllr -"ltxtimmoua in
" r tr it round limit at tlw Fairmont A. C. to
night that I ia- intanda to ,m a fnrfrit f '""
tu-morruw and iaan a riwlrwt to natch Will
iama agalmit Johnnj Ooulon for a t nt rmii- 1
beat for tlit rantaDwflglit tltla. If Cuulon dr
- intra. tr fight WUIIatni the deft goo for Ltdon.
ilia French champion.
Jar-i Dtllnn. tha In1ianapo.ii nuMis wiig.it. la i
tHkid up f-r five fltyhta thla rnont!i. On No. 7 ,
lie vlll meet Jimmy Howard of ('h ..t - tot eight
nnmala at Mamphl. Trim , Not. 14 he will MM
Tim O Nail at Hamilton. O. ; Xur. 18. llowai l
Murmw at STracitae, N Y.. and No. 2. Jack
Danulng of this city for tlx round, at Pltttftuurgti.
PLAY FOR WORLD'S
POOL TITLE TO-NIGHT.
Thursday, April 10.
I'lltsT K.M'E Selling; t.Heie) ear ul.ls
uUle ad et) ianl, Flural llay, i0J; lassie,
1117; laiialliua. U'7; Mar. a, Ma.er. till; Ktbel
Nuiiiin lug; Uirbte, 107; Sbibs, 107:
Day, III), . wi.nirr, 107; Moatrr Jim. lot
ri.ua Hli ; r.tru.'lH'. lib.
BSKXaND It At K. Alloasnces; two-rear-alda;
rilliisi; six turliinxs Katrine, 10J; Maliuka, lo,
Mimeais. 1117; liaiell l.nts IIB; llsrlrnla. ll;
lii.ie Post, H7. Ann. Heed. IU7; HeJninl.e, 115,
Ask Me. III'.'; Iliillsh B., l(7; Carpatlila. 115;
'I'lllltri b AI'K. - Allnwinoes; t ,c , , ..his , one
mile Sam Hindi, lb:'; Mailelle in.'. Itoyal .IB.
bar lOBl llostiirllnm, 111: Kleiisls, LQg The
'. i I. IH5 Herein. 10M; Itock Klsh, 10a; Ktll
,,( sum lOS: 1'ericlea. HIS,
i il H'l 1 1 RACK. Ilstidirsii: three-year-olda
anil up six filrl'inga- Katttnsy, 10.'l: tlaj Bird,
107 Volthoriie, IIS Merrkx, IOs; Prsimilbm.
I0R; OssUgh Hill, 117; Coj laid, 1(17. Jim Casey,
1('iKTH RACK.- Railing: tbree-year-oldt and
mc .lx rnrliing. isosa ur .osiiian, i-. neirsr
ils'nsnl 101. Caniitun, Hal; InrUli.n 1(17.
-.aart'B Mill, H'l I'flletliiimplan, 102; nneite.
Hs- Jaeta wsjasn, H'6; Lstseatieaat, 107.
SIXTH BAOK. sluing; tliree-ye'ir nlds anil
up' iine mile ami one-slxteenlb lllackm.tr, 1110:
Waniler HI5; Coppattoes, MM ; Ts I'ay. Hki;
loan liwi" W0l Rstl WelL ICR: M.iwily
lb wily 10": fk4nersjtSJI, llOj (.enerai Marcli
niiiit. atajt Font. lOol Husky laid. 105; Keatbrr
Iliis'.rT, It". - - .
ApprenM.-e slloiTsniv claimed. Track fast.
Mr" .1 ii Tnmmi" guUlfSSL waa sSxatgfl I on
Abe Attell in fl,e rnumls In Bt. Loall In r,si4. b
bow tbt ni.tilitnskrt of J nr. ImXlSg ellfl in St
laiuis. It will la. known sa the Future I r A, .'
an i tnr the opening simw. ealch iii t,e be',1
,sov, f S'lllo.n lis. matc.ieil Bert K.ies of tlii
elty to meat Harry Trenilail, t:ie crscs St. Louii
ogniaeig.il rnr trn nnireLs In tbe main errnt.
lsrt' Fnrklns. mm sger pi Kblie VtcOOOttf, th,
crack We-tern BlrlrfltWtUrht has cal'le-l tn til-
liie msnagrr of the Womlrrlaml l lnli of Pari, ofr.'rin
With ths soho of the world' r-
ls still ringing la ths ears of ths
faas oemss taa eBnounoement of
preUsolaary plane for the big league
eaaoae of 1S13. The barrier will
be raised on Tharedsy, April 10, la
both leegnee. Freeldent Thomas
Ljach of ths national Xseagu and
lTeeldent Ban Johnaon of th Amor
loan Iseafue hawing oorna to that
agreement at a meeting Is Chicago
trader the national agreemect
rulee th preeldente of th two
l.ag-uea cure anthorlaad to datermln
the starting point for th fnuntng
of th major Uafxs eohedolra.
Election Is Over; Give
Money-Saving a Thought
You can gave $20 to $25 on your suit, this week,
it you come to Arnheim's.
Suits Overcoats Silk-Lined
21 years at Broadway and 9th Street this is our
special celebration offer. It's the best we've made
in 21 yeare take advantage oi it. Write for samples.
Broadway and 9th Street
Wilson's Got His Trunks
Checked lor Washington
The Other Two Caught Cold Don't Ut
It Happen to You!
x SOT OR OVERCOAT
I MAKE TO YOUR MEASURE
M.F.rSllriM lent w YOAX
B a Uth St.
liAII.Y MKT -Or.
Jin, Wilbur .via, a od
Nrlla Walker, Huj A
1M. Tom 'I 'T . .- i'o .otiia
A urn h lis.1 '-ttn rratigtMl between Pal Uiorc
of riilladelphia and Harry Thomaa. tbe Eniduh
lijlhtwrlRht. They will battle in ut nf tha lMt
Irti miind Suit1 at tha Kortj-fuurth 8trt Svm:
lng Club to otorrosT niuht.
IMnr Sfanlev tim "imte bantamwrlgh:
ami.wn Miguiafl, rttmnan nu tit; it ww
hv '.'i- the iltwUtoa o.r Me u.Hrrtv tna
bantamwaltht rlMm:lun of -olland, in a twnt..
Th flrst his rue matrh of the aBWii
befrlna to-n!ftit In Doyle'a Academy,
I whfii Frank tfaerman, the WashlnKton
veteran, taklea Alfred Dt Oro for th
ohampiorffhlp ot the world at pool. It In
a aV0polti1 mat. h. laatlni: three nlfhta.
und If Sherm.in travel? at hla practice
hfHit the title may change handn. Play
In the flrft block of 2H polnta will be
nin promptly at H o'olwk.
! aa: I 'M St.
UAILt MATS Sao,
'fh Am .lMftl. at
IMILY MATS We
ustii v. MA.
IIAILY MATS J5c
CT THE GREAT iSfVlFl
HLANUMI ' A t. s ii
I Tltro. licnillx l'laers.
Laddia t nil, a i mi Gum
I ilj- 4. Ian CsrHllo. nth..
ii.a.. 1 .Nats... .id
llark ,v Bergman. Itar
(''i, K.I r, turnara.
Jrasl. Hiislry; o.lnr.
LILLIAN MIAIV. Jont
I". Wad A Co Hhil
Hsn hstosue i Players
VA Blnndell ro.j otlis
I .li.ulv Mat. lo Ut HA.-
A J OF H.USJC.Uthgt.,lnUuI'i,
Academy k Mgt.Todgy,25c.
WII.MAM Ki IX .re'f-riti
A perfact rev-lral of thf Mnticnl Cotaedr
Tiih onalaal Dmueaea star Caw. Heiute
U0. eiactly ia glien a f at tUc
Take Your Pick
CanM Be Duplicated Short ol $30, $35 a $40 in n Ready-aude Shop
'Ask About Me!"
ss anatin aa sa t tVa. II W s w
with every garment xoltl.
Oiven ax an inducement
for you to go u little out
oi tilt way to try me out.
J Subway Minmes from 44a of.
Broadway at 59th St.
Open Until 9 P. M.
Sair.rdays Until 10 P. M.
'. GOIiAI'S i''!K'vl'u;.
BT. KUngg S hli Sil8 Mjt
A I. la st
1 .' !iv
ASi'OK H ") i?
A5IWI BsUsm I
h , . k 15
DOUCUSFAIRUANItS in "gWUj
Hawthonw ol tlie I). S. A. BaininT fassa,
. DANtl litiata llni.sa. Shi Ht. A Slit at.
JaXUUSM Uiti. Tcijy g, sst., J.I.I.
In '-ovi'.K Titr
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r. DDI. F
ii a.i .m 44!ii. DsllrMstal. UntsVatsll. Bt.S,
ii aHea of toropls-i .a w s p atasies
V.IMKK GAKukNl mt t-AsslNti
Br' .. Mat. roTaT'tr, i. SHOW OF 1912
Kxir. rfatur.. Bjruunl. In "Tbe Klrat Affi... '
L UfIA . svVA I'lia.. . B aj 4i Slat. Lis. sift
dKUAUIVA I Matlnaa Saturday. MM.
tVAI.TEB liAMBOMCH ii Nsw -Comic (lur.
I. rt.lt I 1 A M H(la( H H New V.f iliarn
THE DOVE OF PEACE
W ' inU anj Lynca by Wallace Irwin.
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i , ui way. kra, M.uu.
ML Wnl. .v Sat avt L
i "it InritHle Ur. ta.eTatiatn, l-ratik Kr,u.rt.
uller .Vlviitah. M1m JiUiv up
J tay K .sUtii at. . t. 15
Mita W.-l Jk Mt. i I.',
1 HE POINT OF VIEW
MADISON SQ. GARDEN
n.AII.Y. u a. II, TO II v. M.
Uedcra rrori'U i.f Naking POM
iireiuj. cake Caa4y 1 i 1
. nj sixia W ataf. m
, iwm I 'W hi ''-
aaAiriUUaC ij,u. tVaJ, . Tliurs. and Sst.
LITTLE WOME IM
liria VT i u a, , j.'tu, nr. B'way fe.ia. 5735
9in Ol Malinnta To-ttav A Kat.. 2.1a.
THE BLINDNESS OF ViRI ut
1 n.a. ..an Ii, i I 11 I II I . . f. ,VJ
Mute .-.-j Wed. A Sat.. 2 30.
R A D Y
4blh Si. IHEAIKE XI
bt LITTLE MISS BROWN
CASINO Htf t-XV-i.tt"-THE
gS, COMtuV V&U$Z5lfi. I
rktwraist PLAY J
MANHAVf AN wtf'VfJ
BOUGHT AND PAID FOR
WEST ENU 'tW.VU.
THE MASTER jC HOUSE
laA I I kCK'i H'ua) S -tOill at. HtSt. S.MI.
rVALLAv.lv o utt Tu ,laj. .'On. i.. i :.
OUR WIVES "'u'iTk'i?
rt'KlTIIBV Tbsa., tttal Central I'.rk Wri
The Daughter of Heaven
i-KirttH a.v. to ai.r.o.
SKW VtlHK's LKAPINO TIIKATWttSL
FMPlBP"' 40th At. ttn, 1. 15. 1 LAtTJ
ClVir llxt,,... k s,t. 2 is TlMg4
nlTsmnri.i i xsiftr IsSBSUS stsi slsx
junin unx vv -, ,r.N-,v
Nut Man.. VtZIMOVA In llrlla Iinna
LYCEUM " r&'-Aft""-5!2S
lARRirK'1-'-' 8L.8! R'aai. Ksas .s.30.
sjAtttMLIV M1, W1. Ac Sat at 111
JOHN MASON i"JS
C R ITER ION "' 4il,'.a, i" f
Bachelor! A Benedicts gi . yjaj Htfr
M at,, w ot B'aj.
inr. tk .Sat. at -Mo
"ROARS Of LAUGHTER"
"FORBES" BEST COMEDY"
I !. 1,1 j , K A r it.
Author ef ,'Tha (Minnis lady"
A "The Ttsielintf naleaoaan,''
"BLST COMEDY IN
A GENERATION." - ESS
A RICH -MAN'S
A NgS C inc.!
Hat. al ..10.
L I TT L E Tni
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1 1 -i ii on ii
t.tl Kvttff Afterno-m eaoem Saturday a. t a
A FAIKY-T I-K I'l.AV KOIt (llll UK) N
Mail To-day. We I.
WITHIN THE LAW
see IB I G HIT!
AT FI II TflN ' '. SH M a.J.
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ten. anil Sst
. ,.A.rs vs IS'li Li unu. al S.tU. Hats
br-LAOtU street. 1 T.nirs.
THE GOVEkNOR c LAUY
Ml. I IttllOIJI AN OPBRA HOI HE.
(H.riiln. Main. Mud.. Nut. II. Msnnn
l ?m'J " "id al 7. .1(1 tiurllrrdaelB-
11.711. Thur. at -1IIoioiiiIb. Krl. al
1 I ii il llutli'rll. Hat al 1. I annhaeuscr.
it.al rlala liexlns Tn illorriiw ai II A. M.
1 Jl A RDM AN PIANO t'gBD,
I-., rr-1 M"1 17 WeSI i'M St. Kic. .tS.la.
ELI llNlsE. m w,a tc -at., .'.is.
WITHIN THE LAW
AMERICAN ROOF .JXaVWiu $ i'ig.
U.nj lata' Uol.iriag." Al Herisan. Uarrl
UiaLlon Co., Iloiil SV Jl'1". staff Wll
li.iai Hex 11 Umlla I I rauk snd nUiers.
MKhKRV KI) HBAT8. !IBr. ANI IMr.
JUL. WtDtrvo N,It it sjt,. in
A SCRAPE 0' THE PtN
HELEN WARE AWi!' MiAMi.
DA DK Bllth St., Obi. t:trcle. ties. S.itU.
Clilton Crawford ..,Vsi,,fc
New Amsterdam IXViVxi.
THE COUNT OF LUXEMBOURG
I mt'KTK " ! E It aaj. M. M.1S.
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Bts S.1J. Mal. Wed. tk .1st. at 2.1n.
OH! OH! DELPH1NE
MOULIN ROUGE. vl''T'fff.'iTllK
Bra. H.I0. Msts. VJ. a Sat. at 2 10.
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Sat, at 2.W.
X - I (I v i
H'wa. 4titli St. I KI sIK .1 XI4.
aaaaaau ait. , r 1.1 Ills 4 Bg VI' llll .V '
P. $ Oriental Burleiouars OLYMPIC Efi. l4tiL.!teA
rrAlLTV Bway A-liiilist
tl a m, 'e.. t, ssi
lyJ D iMtlMI.OMKIti
til r2hBfHH Country Hturc Mailt.
EMnV Tom Miner'iUoliem a ii-
rrt okh. cmintry Man NlgM,
DDflNIX LAD ill MAT. DA1LT.
SaTSV. Girb from Joyun-
m OH MIL Cuiinlrv stcre Nlflit.
DDATTADiC H'Llr'F UoillMjN. llilMTA
PROCTORS r UtW HKltN. (IKNAItl)
N Y T11EATBES ' UAILEV, MASIIN A
tL A. -s" IKBKWJB .. JI LIKT.
MB AS. jpMy - Rj AMONU A UllBNSAN,
Mts. S.V. Bi.ltfSc 1 Taisill I'aistiimlno Co., "Uis.
Mil bT. 1 loBllBuaii Vsuiloill
nr th As ...,l Ijstr.t I'll ..to I'laiS
at rrliew Wllbln Ih
Iteach of All. 1'rostraminci
Mini.. l)a t hansesl Hull..
Iii-Mglit Hhurt sinr.i I'm
lliuraslisy .xiiiiiti-ur M
1 ruin i -Cnitntrv store.
pOLUIsBli'iv",,, BURLESQUE ; m"',',,
M I Hli.U llll. i
(tax, -.'lill Ml It It -
Hsi. :.'.vi 1. 1 1-1. 1 n Mil us . ,
flit A. 4 J sV Lex.' ....
"s Mat. TO Slay. Lic.sa. ... En. lac I'A at) T.iT
titSXT IWK WORLD OF PLEASURE
HI1RTIG rJIlw'', l-;'h s' 11,t- MIL. "
ritJlM IVJ Ut I I (II 1 Mill X HI HI s sill Vila
Willi I'liarle) ll.iarsrd.
Ainsleiir. Kit. lav NisUt.
nr lh At.
co l li BT,
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Co. MAllfcl. AliAM- BUNA AUll.
IMIll' A JllllNStlN Ton lllnile anq
Bamrialds Histtrs. 8 Ksrnests, Rnjsin A
Blyler. MalWn h Cooiaa ass otlnrs.
Dl -s Broadway sad aOtli at, Eia s.au
RIJUU tisTisiilr rvKitv hay AT 2.M
T RAINEY'S AFRICAN HUNT
!,.. KurlMniia. ' T I
rultoa wis. mbbm r,.n,
psoas Mam lege.
nitiiAiiWAY ni k m
il' was a U...I sTia"
UAVB MARION A HHKAMLA.nIi'
llroadssay A lUslnt. At. Heat s-,,.. ."
1) A N T K B I) A t II H f K it N
iJltllea Admitted to Matinee 1 "sr.
AMATKI Has P.VKRV WK
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