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TTTE ITTHIUQ WORLD, MOTTTJAY, M All OH 8, 1913.
BEST SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK
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EDITED BY
UP-TO-DATE
ROBERT EDGREN
AND NEWSY
SWELL CLUBDOM IS TAKING UP THE "GRAPPLER
EYE WHITE HAS WON
$1 1 .006 IN PURSES
Former Two-Yeai-Oki Stake
W inner Still Doing Well
at Juarez.
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Wrestling Might Gain a Fresh
Foothold in This City if Such
Bouts as N. Y. A. C. Staged
Were Put On. tk'4ki
Osr-wir' MM. Y lxl " fiMwiM o
iThe KM fori World).
WRKHT1JNO may have another
thame In N-w Tor. !f the ex
ample of the New Tork At.hie.io
Club 1 to be followed Haturday ntht
tare cJutl put on m 1X erre.t V n MtlliK'.
The rard Inoludln a number of the mint
akilfu! wreetlere In the country. Tito
main event wee between .byaako. the
big Pol, wbo arknowledKea that ha
welchs 3M pun1. and Samaon. coyly
admin n that he balanitee tha acala
a sally at MS. Zbyoxko won a alnal
faU durir the forty mlnutaa thay wraat.
lad. Tlie fall cam In about thirty-two
minute, anil ha waa unable to (et un
ethar In the remaining eight one of
tha interesting avanta waa a bout be
tween wrretlere amploylns Jlu Jltiu
meii.'.le It waa aa good aa a tum
bling match.
Thla wrest Una ahow packed tha
arymnatlum with olui. meruit, era and
guaata. drawing aa great a houae aa
any of ihe buxlng tournamenta. That
the bouta wire being bald under the
auaple of n club Ilka the N. Y. A. C
deemed a fair guarantee that there
Would be renl competition The crowd
waa well eutlafled with tlie experiment.
Having nlitiiliied title preliminary grip
on a part of the New York piabllc t it
grappliTa Bay pnaaably be able to in
case In a large puhllr match or two.
In tliat case the future of tha aport
i ll ill i" mi entirely upon the wreat
lera tiienuativee. New York la a ekep
tlnvl town, regarding wreetllng. It haR
aid out tno many lliouaands of dol
Jars la fakers In the paat to warm lip
quic kly airaln. A fejw really It rat -
claaa matciiea wouio mase tv resume
draw well whenever uhamplona are
put on.
J
IM TIIORPK knooked out doubla
and two alnglea In the Ulanta Drat
exhibition game at Dallae.
HAVr-NO mined at leaat 14, worth
of advcrtlalng by tila "hold-out"
alunt, Hube Marquaid now ad
cnlta that he will be at Marlln, ready
for hiird work, wlth'.n two weoka. He
doean't Intend to devote hla Ufa to ele
vattng vood-veel, after all.
Hilte oan tiluR about aa woU aa he
can pitch.
OirN'VY DTrNDHB, wearing the kilts
I tVotty Mi.nti.-tii gave him for raov
J Ing picture purpoaea, la on tila way
to sunny rallfornla. Know It'a aunny,
tar I Juat received a photo from "Vlo"
attowtnic hlmaelf laanlnaj out of hla dln
aag room window, near lata Angelea,
eating brlglit yellow oranaea front a
large green tree with all tha uaooncera
ef a cow nintdlng In s. clover patch.
Ia aald gunny Carlfornta Dundee la ta
aneet Johnny Klkbaaa middle of next
eg mm and try to take hla featherweight
title away.
Klltiana will probably have aome ot
Jeotlon to make to thla programme. He
showed In hla recant matoh here with
XOitrwood that ha can be very atutauorn
(4 tlmea. Dundee may find him eo.
Dnni r, la a taVoriie on me van
fought there onoe. and won. llie
ual motion, jumping jacx siyie ,
of foot play otruok the boo Angelenoa
s something worth eeelng. and Dun
dee'a flghUng face le farooia for IU
fierceness
Johnny la a fairly good little fighter
He hee unlimited atrength and endur
ance and a vanadium steel Jaw. He
moves all the time, which makes hla
flghte intereatlng. In eplte of hla
artrength and qulcknees lie le not a very
hard hitler, prohably becauae he hee no
Idea of accuracy at all. He hits often
and trusta Ut lu-k. If ha happeni to
land nne Juat right, good evening! Other
wise It s usually a matter of welting
to hear the decision
Kllhanr has hoxed Iiundee. and knowa
a Ariealenoa
inat what he's up sgalnst He flghte
niurti better In the twenty-round hat-
lies In the west man in nuun naaiwn
affaire, und will undoubtedly be a strong
betting tavorlle.
MOItO AN 1" "hopeful of getting sn
Othet chance at Joe Klvers for
K o. Hrown." Well. K. o. won't
be any worse off losing twice than losing
once, li s worth wnlle to take a chance
Probably lllvel'B Will get lllm again la
the same way. He haa a harder right
than any other that K. O. ever bumped
Into, and all the faat men can hit tie
Brown now and then. Once la en ih
with the Riven kick.
If
rK li la true that I'ackey Mcl-arUnd
held out for UT pounds at 3 o'clock
for the Britton match i'ackey ,-an'l
deny that he Is no longer a lightweight.
He's a Ki-nulne welter, and might as
well gu after the title Iu that class.
There la no welterweight champion at
present. The class haa not been proml
n rn aince the Snlfh of Joe Walcolt waa
followed by a brief Interval uf brilliant
fighting by Honey Mellody. A Mclar
laad could bring It back again.
area laauea I Itlenelasn.
PiTrgBCMB. iiar. ii a - That Uax ( am,
III fail Outfielder of tbe llratas, la daUnnlua.1
to Quit ta.rtoW! uoIom tie retsiffa th .,, i,i of
salary 1st claioja u ., r,e la clearly aliuau Oy
. t . i . . i ,.f l.l. , 1 (.,,!.. -.mi
etat. Inel lis liaa a,-.,, I'rtaidaot Urajlnaa us.
til Manl. n, meet llil its uia. aad If Is-
asil otiuia aca lt that tlni. lie will o into Ilia
isseaaau.a tasieaaa.
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NOTES OF A PAID AMATEUR
BY BOZEMAN
Marquard's Decision to Return to Giants Gives Them Much
Better Chance of Winning Third Pennant Couldn't
Expect New Pitcher to Win 26 Games.
THK (ACl that lluue Marquard has ieeMad t, f.ii'al..- tin- atuKt- and rejoin
the (llanta within the nexl ten daya makes HaQrawa OnMeei nf winning
a third pennant brighter tluni at any time el MM Ihe Tlraea loomed up a,s
the favorites. No matter how tho public may fed toward Ihe Ruoa f,ir hla
recent gntlllH. the fact remains that without him there would be little hope of
Ihe Hants taking part In anothei wxuid'a eel lea. Maniuurd won twenty-all
gamea last aeaaon. If we w en- to Mot nut half o( tltoae the re, old for last
aeaaon would ahow the Olanta In third place. It la tmt reasonable to auppoae
that a new pitcher will win more thun hulf hla namea. Therefore without Mar
quard It la eiuy to ngure atiout Where the (llanta Would at. in, I
Hefore leaving for the training trip Mathewann aa very much exeniaed
over the return t.f the lanky lefthander.
"I don't think anybody oarei WhOttler he nomei or not," some one auMKealc.l.
"KveilMKl la anre on him."
"That may he," aald Matty, "hut we w. uld like to win another pennant. A
club ,-annot drop a winning pitcher and keep up Its tending "
In a letter to a friend at NOWbUfffh Mar.iuard aas that lie will cancel his
vaudeville time and go to Marlln Mar, h in lie alan aavs that muoh of the talk
In the papeia waa the us ill uf iin.lue iftortl on the part of u press agent.
THIS WAV OUT, PLEASE!
Tlie in,, at atrlklng event uf the lie, Jl baseball week was the hilling of Jim
Thorpe In tha ft rat exhibition game at Uallaa "Striking event -hitting." Hon
eetly, that waen't Intended for u pun, hut it makes uh think of one that the
war correKndenta overlooked lust the aamc. The rival attraction at Dallas
waa Mine Tetraxzlnl In "lattotg dl l.ammeriuoiir. Tlie Olanta had a tough time
drawing agalnat thla uppoeltlon. Now. "If Tetraaxlnl made a hit did Luoia
Ijimmermoor?"
QEORGE OUGHT TO HAVE BEEN
AN INDIAN.
In Ihe excllemetit over Jim Thorpe's
wrortc at Marlln the gen He fan aeems to
have overlooked the work of another
gent down that wav who Is llknly to
get a Joh on the regular team. OoOfgV
Hums ha heen tearing off from two to
four hits a day. In that game H.iturd-v
ne im inrva mu.. lurve ruaaa uuu a....
a swsee
NO, HE DOES IT IN THE SUMMER.
Among thoee recruits whose names nh-
fear In tne ihii a, -or,- n in. nrat game
nlayeal In I -is laa ther-- la a etrange on.
"Io-1e." FSinny kblng alsiut H Is that
of all the heAVX hatllug the only Olaut
who dVdTi'l get a hit of awtne kind was
that fwllow "Ioyle." Our old fiiend
Irry had hetter slay away from th.iae
oungstere or he'll never get hack in
the iduh Haven't heard much ahout his
hitting the hall this i-prlng. have ywu?
RECORD WILL DEPEND ON NUM
BER GIVEN OUT.
A few daya since a headline appeared
In one of the papers Whigs) aald, "Mr
liraw holds the record for pusses" It
would Imi fair t esWUlM that thla meant
hasea on hails, but to be aure 1 cut the
head OUl and mailed It U. him foi veri
fication "Mea-'e" anawer waa
"If you'd seen the number that in
tieeVtflOaJ frlwnus ak,-i no lor tnia , , lin
ing eeason you'd think It was a record."
THE PROPER WAY TO HANDICAP
THEM
"All I've got to bay about the racing
Ituatlon," observed Mu)i,r Moaby duiiii
a I'ark How discussion. "Is that I bet
on one In the last ra -.- at Hheepvihoad
llav and he Level was heard nf. If II
idevelo-ps that he haa It-en rtinnlng .ill
this time while the other horses Were
I in the etable. 1 may have a chan e to
, aali that bet."
' SCORERS MIGHT TAKE A HINT
FROM THIS.
We are going to hove a new umpire In
the American Ix-ague lb. a aeaaon. who
coma hi raided as "OOOIgS I IHdehrand,
a paychol-igist and known as a friend
of the players." Just how Qeofff ex-pa-vle
to work his psychology we don't
knnw. but If he U able, as refinrted. to
tell what's In u base runner's mind be-
tia-e lie makes tlie d.-clalun It la i - hm -
mi.ii.ti) ' iwitu n...
la knuwii as tlleir fl.clld I'p to ti
i jr. HlldabWad haa utver loijioied
" ,.,.
' Wt OU a 11 ej.
BULGER.
Chase Looks Real Second Baseman
Hal Playing Middle Station
Like a Star in Bermuda
Practice.
Chance Heels That He Will Be
hle to Hold Down
First.
iRiavul to The r..t ice World. 1
BBHMVDA, Feb. ? Hal Chase, sec
ond base. Krunk CtlaVROOi first lse. I'n-l.-sa
preaenl plana go wrong, that'" the
wav the right eldr of the Hlghlenderx'
InSaM will look when the team line up
for Its tlrat game al home with the
Hrooklvna. Hecond base haa ten a
source of trouble to the Hilltop manage-
nient for years, but. Judging by the show
i ng
f i base al 11, e middle elation dur -
lite the eaaxatlea dawn hearo. that dlfll-
DUlty has heen satisfactorily settled
I GheIM0, too, la rounding Into aha,p. and
""I"" around the old fltst corner
llltll. '-lie in., i lie win noiti BXFWX1 mtt jt...
there Juat as he, did for the Cuba, Ills
year gbdonoa from the game ae.-in tu
have made Utile dlffcicnce In hit play
ing CHASE PLAYS LIKE A NATURAL
SECOND BACKER.
"I feel fine," H.ili the manager after
a hard work out. "I like tu he In the!
swim with tin- rest of tho boys. I;
think a iiiauaiter , an accomplish more
when he la right on the Job hatlltn
wlth the rest of the hoys. 1 have not I
I laved In a year, hut 1 ttu.1 that 1 can .
get lu shape, hi. I there Is pi
why 1 should not be In there.
Chase can play second base.
reason
I think '
and wa I
j ahuuld have ,, good Combination on the
i rl(fllt rn1 ut thr tiiriart.l. Chase I ns
, n . -, .-,,,,,.
'S. , which makes him lock like a real
. 'r ... r0T
I WHO CAH Tew A
bals mot
rrioet
' I
Jeffries Seriously Considering
Returning to the Roped Arena
Z.OB AaTOEX.BB, March
return to the ring.
"I put tha propoaltlon to tha Wg fallow loot atnrday," aald Tom Jonea
to-day. "From tha way ha received tha auggeatlon X Judged that I had
touched eomeMUng ha had been apaadlag a doal of thought upon. When I
aakad aim why ha didn't go back tato tho Hag ha took ma at once Into hia
private offlce and wo talked It over for three hoara.
Joff waa rather worried aa to what nia frlaada might think of It. I
auggeated that wa call la hla brother Jack and aak him what he thought
about It. Jeff coneented to thla, aad wa pat tha queatlou to Jaok. With
out a momoat'a haaltatlon Jack replied: -x think Jlm'a a fool If he doean't
go back into tha ring.'
"Joff then aald that h would take tha matter under adxieement. X
nad intended going to Ian Franclaoo Saturday , bnt at hla requeet remained
over to have another meeting with him to-day."
Cooper May Earn Regular
Place in Giants' Outfield
Lone Star State Recruit Is Cut
tins HiR Hure in the
Club's Daily Practice.
i
Marlln. Tex,, Mar, h 3.
I
f would not he gtirpnaing in eee
t'ooper. the boM Htr 8tate yoiing-
ater w lio la trying for a position In I
the (Slants' outfield, realtte nia animiion
nn.l he picked for a n-Kular poaltinn on
the team
l.'p to date Cooper and Thorpe have
been the stars of the camp and there
haan't been h day when one of the other
didn't ahlne on the diamond
In yesterday' game ugalnat lullaa,
whh h the New York "o!ta won even
easier than they did Saturday'a. OtOPOr
was the big noise Ha threw three rneii
out on asslste from the outfield, atole
home and banged out a single.
I'll, hers Dtmkraa alHl ltader twirled
well, abutting out Uallaa. 7 to and
holding them down to lour htte.
Demaree pitched ih Rrst five innings
and held Uallaa hlUegg as well as run
lees. I'ate ae.ured a base on balls, be
Ini' the only local player to reach rti st
during the time Demaree was on the
mound It waa one. two, three with
Pallas with that one exception.
Had, i, who was with DttUl last year,
was In the box the last four Innings.
IK- was batted for three alnglea and a
aay that lie cannot play the has be
cause he le a left bander. But lie l
nn exception, and 1 think we will net
along nwimminglv Unload some yoiinK
ater cornea along wh can show m ire
Chaee will he the aecond biiaeman. I
doubt whether there are any hall playov
from the minor livxffue who can play the
Lag as well as he can. Chase la anxious
t,, piny the position and his heart Is
In hla work to make good at that haa."
The llrat thing Chan 00 did upon the
arrival of hla play era waa to give them
orders to be In the "hay" not later
than 11.30 o'clock. Hn la a mamiKfr
who doea not aay much, but his order
g... He mtxee with his men and they
all like him, and are worsting nard to
ninke his new Job a success.
Hoy Hartirll from the showing he
havt been making will no doubt land a
Job In the Infield aa n regular. Hoy
has made a decided impreeelon with
ihe new manager at thla early dote.
He la a good hitter and It will be
liarvl to keep him out of the game.
HARTZELL WILL PLAY REGU
LARLY AT THIRD.
, Oinnee will not make any comment
on How lie la goitiK to line up his ball
club until he ha aeen nil of the
sqttaa1 at work, but 11 art re I line al
Spring Opening Week
We have never before ahown, and you
have never before aeen, such a remark
able array of Spring and Summer ma
terials. There are new colors, shades
and patterns in imported and domestic
fabrics. Made-to-measure suits and
Spring overcoats, $20 to $40. Samples
and new book of style suggestions
mailed on request.
$20
Broadway
and 9th Street
; v -aL 1 w "w sc
. . VL Kftgfc ,1 IT .11,.
3 Jim Jeffrie) la aeiionaly coaalderlng
,'i uhle. but tin
all widely acal-
tci ed.
Thorpe did Well both tit the bat mid In
fielding. The Indian alee ihowed hi
, iiatomary speej on the path.-t. Stuck I
and Doyle put up so lie good hall alao,
The i;. uit- nt 'cumulated ail th.-lr
even runa in tun neat six Innlnga oil !
. PHoberi l'ate and lliienk. hut Rat
I liffe, who worked In the box 'he l.i t
two Innings, was a put ale. 1! escaped
v. itiM.it being hit safely.
Ketliffe also has the honor of lieinx
the first pitcher to sttlke. out Jim
Tbone tills vear
.I'm bit at n coup;.
of low out curves and
ttit bench somewhat dl
It was Coo per I hard
flrat Inning and Pole's
walked bg k to
i concerted,
struggle In tlie
wide throw to
trh him napping that gave the vis.t-
ots their first run. Cooper getting homo
on the error.
In the second Thorpe he.it out a slow
toller, stole second and Went to third
on JaCO boon's saerHl, e hunt. JiinAheat
..nt tha throw bom.- of stock s bounder.
Then Stock went to third, where no one
covered Second on the catcher's throw.
Hartley walked out on a delayed steal,
rltock scored while Hartley waa being
run down,
Qroh reached Aral In the third, 'lit
was forced out by Coo pel Doyla'l s;n
gte sent CoopOr to third, from where
he acored on Thorpe's out, third to
first. Blirni led off with a one-bagger
In the fourth, went to third on a wild
throw by lliienk and scored on Mar
shall's error. The last three runs were
made hy a comhlnatloii of errora nn.l
wildneaa of tlie pitcher, helped along
by Thorpe's single to right
The (Hants left for Marlln at 11
f.'clock to-night.
ways looked good at tliitxl base, and
unies sum roungater oornei along
who looks better It would not bo i
liad guess to aay that he will tu-kl"
third base. Hartxell was shlfled all
over the dlamon.1 last eeajion.
The club haa evidently wtrurk the
right place for training, They are not
running against any of tli.il Southern
Mprlng .Miner us for the pat two
aaaannai which BhOUld make u big dif
ference this year. There wus not a
pltc.icr lust year w-lieu the seaeoil
,.lei,e,l vrliii could go the full Dili
iiiiniigs. hut iiothiug of that eort
should crop up this time.
The Hilltops have n regular training
table down here. There are not any
plea on the eat score iard; Juat good.
wholes, on.- food. With a big leugui
chef from New York going the cook
ing 1 ne le.itn lias a hotel or it own
whore all of the playera arc quartered
Tie Hamilton Cricket grounds, when
the club Ih playing, lias u flue club
house and the grout!.! sr. bett-r than
any the big league teams get lu th
South. By Tuesday, March 4. the full
eiiuad will he here and lien there will
he - -ii,,, tall hustling ami a lot of
guessing as to how the new- nuiuageii
will line up his club for the opening
game or t laa big league euon at
Waahlngton.
$40
Amheitn
A'""V tHw !
Packet McFarland Arrives
Here lor Bout With Britton
Is Confident That He'll Win
Friday Night's Ten-Round
Bout on Points.
BY JOUX POLLOCK.
ACKDY M'KAItl.AM) haa at lat
arrived In town to put on tlie nnlsli
lim Unniies ,i his tralninx for hla
I ten.rouhd battle With Ja k llrltton nt
the Qarden A. P, on Friday nig'it.
''a k.-y. ncoompnnled by hi manager,
Bmll Thiery, and two of ills tralncra.
arrived al the Grand Central Depot on
i the Twentieth Century Limited from
j Chicago al !ii A, U. He waa met by
, Hilly Olbaon and Mat, huiaker Tom Mc-
Ardie. ICcKariand v.oked in perfect con-
I dltlon an. I said that he expects to have
I no trouble In map .Milium Britton, II,-
KaHand wai taken to Dal Hawkins's
road liiiud,- at Westchester,
vteid has J'o' nachxd lous- fresj I'arl. t the
efft lust .leu south, tlie rraek QilildlseekjM of
Parxatae, H. J., ami l-'raak alaateU, tat .turir
fsjhtef "t reetuekft, It. I., f,, unlit a teeatr
reaad diss st tha iVtuirnio nan in I'urit ua
Kei. in ltattk lis I Hi.- better of the earlier I
i .i.il. l,u: Sliutell , anie str ,ng iu the la-t .'ilil
isssloes,
li.Nrn bo curl. a. , eaiasqneaef f lc leva,
ty.ti.und itrss sith .tit tv ,ltt ut Man fraaekre
i.n Tel.. DU. Tmmy Uurpb iruel BOBJS tn.ni
tlie C'-mt with stsesssr, Jim Buekley. tNaasu
aald lie t!,,ii,r ks tliod I lists hs n asrerded I I
ill im ii. ,, iiii.ii.liel Wilat ,eTel. lea
Isuiir, I, , i t ...tt.-T ,,f iu niai.nt ,f t'ia
ruumu. "I no)M) thai I s,n in-t saethst eliaara
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ROMANCE
MANHATTAN
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MATINEE DAILY 10-l5-2Sc
KV KVlN.i I'llU'l.s, '' -' '"
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
STOCK CO. in
THE GAMBLERS
WITH
THEODORE FRIEBUS
PRISt II I A K.NOWLES
OLYMPIC
I. mi tt phoej IMO gtur,
Mat. I .. -list. Keats XV.
fix .',';,v;rsi,':;:" 1.1 KitCXEMOuEat
Mierial i Thla Wtak I nil (Hill. IN HI I K
BIJOU
H'waj ani .us , m. Bra .IV,
cvj MR. iAMSoK.
RCroiiMd ToTliftN OvtR,.
t liaiit tVolgait," m,. Harpaf, ' f r l( I do I
sill asrvb dei.ai inm."
iu .rar Ca meatier. :Ut Prasih hhte: alio has
Sere) Oped Int. a lieivyartMlit, s -i aaotii.r ....
bottle ea satdfosi mailt n saoeklai o ,t Creleae
sinnli in t ; ic thui n.mal ,,f a lee loaal wiliest
at a tliiw ablcfa eai brought oil 1,. a sMert Mltf
nt sourilag awa glee, itaalUi aa- n,, aisteli i t
I'arMHtier, OtW I-1 nerc.t bun .11 I In end tilt ring.
The t-t.t, I in I bnnl betwves ankle Bnr-a
i fffst rity a, t.i Edd mi Canus, Ui- tejataai
ehSMiaoa ,,t s,n rYsaslaee. bus at lt Is- n!
rllai i, el. It wa. .-,.ri.iinimite, to lay altar Tutnu -JVekO,
tbe out of leea mut-.er el llurua, bad
UI gnphsd In T .m Metlv, lbs ftgi.t pi in ter
,.( I.- AnseleS, uai ke bau ,.s.te.t b,. f ,r-,,. ,f
Sl.iasi ( .. purnl witb a neesostxti It, Nea las
met, TI.e lad will battle t Wm.in. Csl. on
March it" al lid . ,:!. al 111 o'clock noin.
A esblearaat '.n. kid rssebej lore fr.ni l!n
land autliii thai Prreals vVelsb, lbs Kaillsh
Ughtwelgkl .ii. a see, H1 sail fr m lajft lef
gssfrk'S , n Mareh tn. after meeting "geappei"
u'N : 1 It l.-.tii ,ti ..ii Mar. b lo. m a Iwetitr,
iciihI bottle vveh., Ii nxaleg uers t.- In i,i-.
Willie Hit. .nr. in.- atasrlrsa ngfeteetojii cam.
lion, ... bm b in in t aeatl r.'iin.l rnnlew in
i i IfuraM , u Ma IM f,i t;. ari-1 . ligutai-uLl
UUa. 0
Wblls gMsaei, aii,i hti ana feur fig' t. in aUUt
da.t, .,:t.( WtA. i,.,, , , r,,,,,, dll
ituii leaek Cmai a: th. Knu.ire A r
a lough Job -in lu liaiiia slirri is- a"e. igilisil
"SeSBf HilOSMr, ih- aaat sale fishier, in . Ee
ruiin,l r .1 lue I" Tt) -fourth street srlmf ('i,'li
on f bun la. nirlit. ' I lute berg ealtlai i r
tlilt ian,r I,, inrei Blirlef," sail lliimasll. "I r
I am -.'iif, I. n' 1 . , Mm
AMUSEMENTS.
-BW KIKK-S III DIM. THBATkra.
Emnire .': '' 5 "Kiga. s"iio i....-
""'jfjllseei Wed. A liT. t.! ffiaer.
THESPV'1' leades a farit wieeaw trots
nennriliii fuse Mar 11 i.tliKtin HA 14."
riHIi hmplrs Annlrenar with JOHN M tkON
' Ml H RN.HIM KV.H. If
r, - - r.1
A Sal V.
Jill IA SiMnPDQHM
..... .v,ujv,1 JllSl'-ll
I II r hi - HIM (,ihi. rivTP-'iKlN
HAS
I'UMOR. INGKNIMTY.
AND IMAGINATION.
SAYS Al AN DALE OK
r 'v IHlUCH DsTTMSTIVR COURDI
I The Conspiracy
I (. v it i'ii HM at.aVIIwai.Mll
I VPPIIM ' "! rVesif. frt g.so
LIUC.U1VI Mali v.i . Thar. A lul . ?o
HH.IVMVIl TO.MIillT. .-JI.
H.B. WARNER';,,;.
M i
st nn ik i ii
GARRICK
la-s Wad ,t
THE CONSPIRACY
CRITERION vV:V,v. wi s.T
ROBERTHILLIARD , .r.iV.TTt.i
HUDSON ':'." m'
THE POOR LITTLE RICH GIRL
DAD IT "riiV3t Cot, rt.'KvtiS TTvt:,. fuel
rnixfv ; ., ,i i,t jk loti Jon titicM
t h e m i r a c l e r,v:-r.;'
niK-iiK-i nt v Mi rii'iitrs in- inn
p ti f OF I.AUGH.; THR!! I v
hill I WHAT THE rVE.
WOPI.I) SAVS OF
I c poi.lt J IlgTgCTIVK COMgll
The Conspiracy
. Hitn u :i" -., H-.tn. -.yojf
THE MASTER MIND
Even tlie inline were thril
led liy liis iliirnic lit tli
llnrria Thentr.- laal ni'fht
pop
M T
pilt-t j
Clll TAaJ riin t nn: 4i i
K '71'.,.,
t., l Ml
vbivn l:i, t0 pr. ao
LJaZis I LILLIAN
to-night 8.30 RUSSELL
inj Hun Ki.. Mir, D, r'HflW Tf I LIVK 10
T.T.sMTT.VKistr SiriT-Sffri
NOW .M NEW AMSTERDAM
w- o.i , v si.-, vt... , 4 a, i is
OH! OHI DELPHINE
LIBERTY w ' v" '
1 I Vlata Wr.1. Pt.p ) ,t " n
QMLV ll n ks mjhik, uiai li ttaw
MILESTONES Z;Wr
GAIETY u;znt$ Hi,
"STOP THIEF" nalMJu
DON'T
MISS GOING TO
THE GARRICK,
ura Th: Eve. Sun of
IB J in: Liti, jun
TH R P-M-H K 1'KT.TI VE rMKI
The Conspiracy
Globe
K, s Jli. Mm. VV.I A
Mulllcolllerv a Ntonr.
.nun.
The I a. It ill II,, sill r
WALLACK'S ; -ioJi, The Irish PUy,r
u -l.TIt, I'll- t..ej n avei Mali. I.at.
"Matirlrf Hr;t'' n-l "trNi!iafl ih ,v
CENTURY THEATRE ; ;
gvss,, s v,., AMI
m... vvS Joseph
Hal stlljrsrp " f IIHKIIIHKN
iinnT '-! i R, ll'ex)', I'liuas Ufrsoi it,
fMfa Vl UuretteT.ylor
HUH I - 1! ""'ea M Heart."
ELTINGE H PzrS-M
WITHIN THE LAW
et
JUARBI, atoxdCO, Parch -On of
the ti u-veiir-i'lil s. ike winner In Kcn-
lueky In i!x ; atin maklm "id at the
JUarff track lii tilt beat f compan).
i' h .. t perforate! ia Ry White, now a
th -t.i 1 ..f Polk, wh.i tbtalatd Uii
n .w s .x-yt-ar-otu geul.ng from W. II
i ,ter tat lummtr Fixi r devaJaffed
lb ion f Yankee md a a two.yaar
.1,1 won ith it in the Latonta Harild
IHakaa, biat.nK In tli.it r.n.'. h')th Joe
llorrll and liouaii. Which wcru the re-
iBxHIlTa batonld ana attntaekj Derby
nlnriira of I'.'ll.
biye Wn.ic hua won up to a n i U a '
Ui.ii v. Ihll aeaxon, and In one of h e
Ik. furlong Vlctorltl he covered b
rOdtt In UUM The Son of the
futurity winner of IM hkl n iW a mo-,
r 'll't.i Mi- rn .iik record H.i f.ir h-- h i-
atarted in alahtyelgM racta turlni h:
: i : areor, of bloh he h.ia nun twen
:-M.- e'i. boon naCOltd aixtt-en and thir i
nftetn ilmti, tarnlng no u-o than
Sltivn lii Itakci ami ptiriea
a Finishing Touch
To many a dish and a keen ap
petizer for every meal.
LEA&PERRINS'
SAUCE
THE ORIGINAL WOhCESTtRSMing
An Indi.pr-isnMc nii h for nil Sea
t ootle aad l Im ling Disk Cookie)
SoU y Croftrt Fvrrvwhtr?
WAMT A JOBf
WE GUARANTEE TO GET
WORK FOR YOU
Mr-mi, work M. M MO'IM I'll II Rr
ui-Kie I ok fur nt i.nn Bl.l urfk
lll bf huil lift' r n fr it Hfrkk' ir.ilnlnc,
Mf ' iin'i mvt hulf in nth min, uu-l
julitt urr (nlnit :t- M it iiitc .
K C. I AVI OR.
Tkasa's White n,.,,i, ,i iinxline u,.
und lllll.sr.l l-nrli.r. :tl-t at. A llriiadarav.
AMUSEMENT8.
new xmh"
monies
1 . it
.HI' Al.i.ltrtaa. H'ak
II IT V It A, TS ,v
Rdlma'. Kind '.nine.
"T- , - Bird." Hill
ism Til in, ana, aaUaM'i
I ' I0 I' iraa. snur
ll.ifitr. .Ill s ntnl,
siiixgi inti.vv. Wi .. ,
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rslklBi l'i. una, ivniui
A.- Man s'l. .tiiert.
"M- Mr,
DAILY Mil. .
COLONIAL
'ear, Ua s:
DA I LI lt W
ALHAMBRA
Till a... Igatll i
DAILY M M
BRONX
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DAILY Ma' 1I.V.
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mm sat a, rja
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HATHEMANM
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MAT IKWIIN ' Widow Br Proiy.
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1. 1 share
A- aaL.t-la
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Max rYgaeja.
Ross i ,.i.'an.
GRAND tyw Htfi'B.w aj ,"a"S"r
GEO. M. COHAN
:.. lii, i, i , imnau la
ni ..siihmi " -innea
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Auction Pinochle
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VTS
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KAY TJCMI'taBTUN "Tlir,
BIG
IESTIVAL
16
BIG ACTS
sot i: vi. Kit. it V wvi r
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LJCY 1111(11 MILKMAN
liitln i AIT sctiTTH
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tKINsKV BHAUr A Ti
ll l.h III 1 1 At NKKI.II-
II KIM
Mlltl.lN ANI) 10
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8AVE
a 2S'-ST.
HAT HA1LT.
Tiger Lilies.
A 1 1 Hi I it -. I 'ealaee as
0
tu. una run
Mwk. Mculin Rouge Co.
p, nAkiv . ,'V.,!""'"r" r'r'dav.
BRONX V"KS Hi "a"'
ftSNVBT cherry Blostonu.
Amateurs 1 1, nr..
.1 .1 Kill Kill's i-
Arris nt. i.i n
1 rni a i nr.-, II
saitT' il.15 . PHf
5th Av.
if
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II I Air.
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ill Msron . Talkinit Ii,,,,)
H ,.ii.i, r f ,, i Hlneniui nlne PI.
IJiree In iiul.ii.tl i,ir,.
dlllea t the VvVrUr SSi
lamleillle. at Modest fries
Oajl I'tonua Daily II A. ,
125.'!
TH st.
HELASCO
w III
Ktm at a ll
I fc.AKJv Or U M RKTION
i lest,
RRPIIRI If
tIM .1.
K.eintiaa at S 10
nr.iH . ""..Wed. 4 Sal. sin
taxjtl llaa-o lire.enla the fair.
A GOOD LITTLE DEViIl
lit.
COLUMBIA fjAL BUUESQUE T
THE TAXI GIRLS
MURRAY HILL THEATRE WST
VXl?r HASTINGS' BIG SHOW
Hlirlig & . V-,.' . s' MalltieTniily
Seon'. gMa&
w t.i Mnrr mr Night.
BROOKLYN AMUSEMENTS.
j "star theatre,
! J"1:1"" BURLESQUE M
i MOCIAi, MAIDS,
I 'JAYETY I'VfVlS- Av blrlesqul
) Mat Itall) riii.ne Wmal MA
; SAM HOWE .nd hi Riaho RooX"
w. iiKiKti TKiujvvr,;
T Hroadea, K-Jphv .... BOc
CO! VrRV sllllil MOMItY FIVat.
i'ii ri.t bs WKiMcaiy r.yr..
U UKLU XX A T W ORK WOKDKaM
second nucker. There la Rg dn.ilit In ,
mind tliat lit will Itel tbvie rj j I
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