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??Sport for Sport's Sake"
Brings Out Big Crowd, Which
Cheers Without Betting.
MEADOWSWEET GETS CUP
j Ambrose Clark's Horse Wins
Cleverly from Field of Old
|Ry Telegrap- te Th" Trlbune. 1
N Y. Oet. 12.-RacinK
came back ht the pl-turesque course of
. ^ , . Raolng Aaaocfatlon wltb
IU th,,, |, ., ? Ir the aport. It ??, t),e
UuIli eeting ta here "sport for
jipn-f- ?aki "? Hr,(1 thougn
the Bkle* were loweiltig three thotll
pr . nthu__-_t_ gathered
an(1 io victory without
fVen thi Insplratlon of a R bot True.
th(,r, who found opportunlty
to mak-* a wag*r, but lt could properly
?^ called ? .for tho*e who
Were wllllng to lay odd? were so qulet ln
thdr - that only the very few
- Mlect h u_ a Cl ance to back thelr optnions.
?From a rati'ig polnt ttt view interest at
tacbed to the runnlng of the Northwood
Plate a .-:?? tor three-year-olds.
and th*** Brook *'hampion Bteoplcchaae.
jn p% !es l?r the Harbor
Hlll. ihe moet in.portant and valuable
Vross-country flxture for the three-year
olds, which is to be run next Saturday.
started and won. M. J. Cromwell'? Jlngo
was winner ln the Northwood, whiie F\
Ambrose Clark'- lieadowawaat took the
Brook Cup from a field of old. senaoned
campalgners. These races made certaln
tliat tha .*?'? tlt.g of the thiee-year-ol'is ln
the Harbor Hill will be- a race from flag
fall to ftnleh
Ten started In the throe-year-old 'chase,
and, whlle three of them failed to flnlsh
the course. the showing of the lot spoke
vclurce? for the Harbor Hill, in whlch
most of thern are engaged. George Kn.i,
fr-ym the stable of 1'harles R. Fleiach
nann, was the one to force most of the
pace, and It was only at the laat turn of
the fleld that the steady going Jlngo
caugh: hln . Even then Eno proved him?
self a game. good one, when he fought
lt out to the end. where he waa only
beaten a l< ngth and a half.
When Jlngo won hls race from Oeorge
Eno there were many who were wllllng
to proclaim hlm undoubtedly the winner
of the Harbor Hlll, but that waa before
thadowsweet had t/erformed. After that
there wa." a i hange, and it was agreed
that the one that flnlshed In front of the
fllly would win Her performance was
?jnu-.h n re Impresslve, for the reason
that - ? pting a big fleld of eea
nd *-he stepped over the
aame course ten and four-flfths aeconda
faater than did J I
Sl-tc-er poat for the Brook
trophy, ar; ! O'Bei r, :he Harbor Hlll cnn
dldate. gave a good account of himself
a*,hen he w;t* a -good thlrd. Klng -f'ash,
also in the big race Saturday, dld not
ahow to aa much wAvestSAte.
* The ra * wlth the One'k
Piat.. a slx-furlcmg dash, that brought
out a btg fleld. It was an excltlng
'?Mramble untll Dight o' My Life came
e\e*r ot the fleld. and then it was all
over ao f ir as the winner was concerned
He or.lv -.- win. eaalng up, by _
four lengths In front of Himatlon, who
?wss i llke dlatance ln front of Nosegay.
Chanfda. wl n started under tlie silks of
Mlss Margaret S. Whitney, fell on the
upper turn, but Caa-ajr, Who had tlM
ttount. eacaped wlthout serious lnjtiry.
The Wheatley Cup for hunters. waa one
of the ? irrrise*- of the day when Rlchard
Mortlmer. Jr, on his mare Tilile D. stole
lnto a long lead and easily disposed of
-homas E Coleman'a Two Salnta, tba
picked by tba sbarps as a aure winner.
Tllllfc Ii atela away early ln the runnlng.
and for a tu:n of the courae Tommy
Wrlght wa? content to walt with Two
iaints, whlle Duke of Duluth chaaed
after the rrare. The last turn of the twn
and a half mlle courae Tillle D. stlll held
her lead. and Instead of comlng back tn
'eieaaed it conalder&bly
, This awakene<] Wrlght to the neceaslty
for h ??iy and i went to work on Two I
Balnts, whlle Duke of Duluth also made
bil bid. T?c fainta closed eome ground,
hut he uld not respond cheerfully, whlle
the Duke. in hla effort to catch the mare.
fall, giving his ownar and rider", James
?Park, k palnful shaking up. Mr. Mortlmer
went on vlgoroualy wtth Tillie D. rlght to
the en-i wlth the reault that he landed
htr a winner by ten lengtha from Two
Baln**. whlle wlth the Duke of Duluth
cut of the way Windrow outflnlshed But
?tWl for thlrd.
. m the thlrd and fifth races big flelda
were aurted In the ellmlnatlon trlala for
tht Piping Rock subscrlptlon race. tbe
.flnal of whlch ts to be run next Saturday.
Twenty-three went to the post in tho
Brat trlal. and, after a false break. ln
whlch most of them ran almoat half a
tolle, Pla/boy hearing the silks of Arthur
laeltn. and ridden by C. Appleton, waa re
tumM the winner.
-Marry Payne Whitney*a Rantone waa
wlr.ner nf the second ellmlnatlon trlal.
He was ndden by T. Evana, and the race
wu a sensatlonal one, for the reaaon
that K igh-a BaJlafh. the F. Ambroce
?*lark staner. led by twenty lengths lnto
tbe atret-*h and practlcally qult wlth hla
"?nouth open ln the last hundred yarda.
"WMle Rantone flntahed gamely under a
tong drtve. Rantone waa fltted for the
*?"**? by Jamea Rowe, and a short tlme
ago was turned over to Jamea Owena, at
Belmont Park It waa Owena who also
ttalned and saddled Playboy. winner of
\%4 flrst ellmlnatlon trlal.
?-'nder the condltlona of the race. the
??"?Jt four In yeaterday'a trlala are eliglble
'or the flnal. The ft^ur In each ra>.e wera
Tango. Number One and
Cfcane**, ln the flrat, and Rantone, Faugh
***?llagh. The White Hope and Screw
tMver. ln the aecond.
The last race of the day waa for army
?*"?ea. It waa over the mlle courae, and
"*?nt to Lleutenant f. K Rcx-kwell. rld
?H hls old geldlng, Matabon. who "haa
?"-en the hero of many such racea.
-Among thoae present were:
Robert Bacon. Mortlmer Bchlff, H. It.
Wtethrop, E. D. Morgan, Adrlan Ieelln.
?Jwadtah Johnaon, J. Parker Klrlln, Wlll
|?*? Ooadby Loew, Tyler Morse, C, L
?fWwiy. Wllllam Payne Thompaon, John
*? Agar, Henry Bull, Paul I). Cravath.
?*? M. Cravath. Charlea I_. Dana. J. E.
^vla, Mra. H Bramhall Ollbert. Wllllam
**0r-_?', Thomas Hltchcock, Joaeph P.
**?PP. Robert S. Lovett. Stanley Mor
w??r, I>auia Nlxon. Jamea H. Ottley. H.
j^P?iers, Harold I. Pratt, Wtnalow B.
T}*1**- J-hn 8 Phlppa. Orn.ond Q. Smith,
Townaend Bcudder. Van Wyek Thorne.
*r? V, k Vanderbilt, jr.. Thornaa F.
"?blta. Howard F. Whitney, Payne Whit
*?*>? Gaorge A. ElUa, Henry F. Oodfray.
START OF PIPING ROCK PONY SUBSCRIPTION RACE
F. L. lline, Mrs. Thomas ~*>***********. ('""
lnml us O'Donnell Tselin. Walter B. Jones.
11. K. Knapp. Nt Isoii Lloy.l, James
Warren Lane, J. C. Moore, Sherwti.nl
Aldrich. Jamea C. Ayer. Archlbald Bnrk
lle, George Bullock. GkMI***l I* Haker, Jr.,
MMdleton s B_n_l, W. BarUn-f Cocks,
F. Anibrnse Clark.-**. H. Dnvls. Wllllam
M I'.vkmar.. Charles A. Frank, K.bort L.
Oflrry, Anton Hodenpyl, Davld C. Ilal
M'.ui, Walter Jennings, Charles Kohier,
William E. Lewis. P. W. Llvermore,
Jt.eph Tl. Mayor, Bradley Martin. Jr,
William R. Peters. James Park. John T.
Pratt, Lewis A. Rlpley, P. V. Rothrhild.
Albert Strauss, CT_i__M Btlflsa), j. B. Q
Tappan. _. Mortinier Ward, F.dward F.
Whitney, Harry Payne Whitney, Mrs.
Ravmnnd Almlrall. J. K. Alfred. FTed
erick Brooks, James Byrne. Brltton Ni.
BttflCl. C. A. I'offin. F. lf. W. Cut'heon,
John BL Tvnr.is. H. P. Dfldrjlo*], William
A Mipott. Adoiph <V dclis. F B. Pratt,
Rafufl L. Putterson. II C Phlpfs. *__?
nr.inrt Randolph. Will'am F. Shcchan.
James B. Taylor, Henry W. Wamrr.
Harrlgon Williams, ? L. Burrell. M I
James A. Hlair. ir., Wllllam P.nldwln.
tttt J. A. Burden, AOttJt XV. __!.__-_,
Henry B. Chllton. Deforeet ('nrib.e, .lay
F. Carllsle. W. R. Grare. Latgb Hunt.
Mrs J. K 8. Hadden, Frederlck John?
son, Robert Kelly, Thomas L. I^emlng.
Harvty B. L__k_-, DtUti H. Miller, Allan
Pinkerton. William H. Porter. Herbert
L. Pratt, W. Thornton. C. W Wttttttea,
Mr. and Mrs. l.athmt) Hrown. Hn>.!. I
cliannmg. August Belmont, Jr., Bb
*f Hul!. John J. Graham. Henry W,
lYarner, Henry lawrsnr- "Ml, Andrew
. Raymond Belmont, Dr. Roberi
W. HcC-lly, Chief Laily Jamaa Rowa,
william Lataon Powan, Henry J. M
Herman K. Conklln, PT___ J Br?an,
John Q. Cavanau^h, IajiiIs F.. Wnr.ii>;,
Franklln B. Voss. XV. Butier I iun.ni.. '
I Cowdin, Edward B. Vo.is. Ge.rne [
Waahlngton Gall. '"hari.-s i< lluiii-r.ii,
Jr,. 811-1 Veitch. L<:_ iru J Hog.n. '
! J. Griffln, Fletcher Flarper. !.!??:
H O. Fvd Alpers,- Wlll M _'**_*?>.
?s Ri__-.il Flettxhmann anfl W-T - j
Tho summarlea follow:
Flrst race (ttM Ofel l'.-ie of *."??<>; for ull
ag.r. alx furiongsi -Llght o' My l.fe. I
Hurnai. .? Ifl ."> an.l o.it Ilrst bv f<>ur lengtl-a,
Hlmatloa, i_3 (Aiesi, ;. ,o l an<j s to '-. -?
lengths. Noaegay. 121 .'"banderi.
ara, lohn a Munro, Trav<l
I.lght. Melvllle ai.d Johnay also ran.
1-14 1 6.
nd rlflfl 'the Northvood Plate of *?*,,.
fo: three y-r.r olda, steeplechaae; about two
tnllee)?Jlngo. llfi (Keatlngi. 5 to 1 and 2 to
1. flrst by two lengths; Oeorge BflO, 132 (?
Heideri, I to 1 an-1 even, aecond by flve
leiujths; Hrt_s?-au. IXS iTuckeyi, I to ? and 1
to 6, ihirl l.v one length. Weldshlp. Tom
K: lv. C u* *>****-?. Kottlngkam. l>gardless.
?park* ;ii!.l Wooltes alao ran. Tlm-.. 4 li
Thlrd rat <? <t!.e Piplng Ilock |<inj sut.-rlp
tlon race. flrst dlvlslon. fat ponie*. one n.l!-.
Play boy. i**i IMi I Apploton), I to fl and Jt to
:,. his- by a head: Tango. 1~| .Mr H T_e_?i
maru 5 tfl I nnd _ Ifl I, ae.-or.d by a length N .
110 tMr AlperM, H to 1 and eVen, thlr 1
l.y tv.-o |, ngths. rhatic*. Hrownle. Bilvar King.
Ight. I. I. K. R., .-.'.'i*nnv. Little .la-k,
Jinison. 1'vrane, Hlg Iten. Oltl M.x.si, Ifoloa
wlng. Stei.kjli-. L'inK Sh'.l, 'ireaai-l Lightnlng,
Hopalong, Plmentn. Our unly thanee. IJttla
Uaete _n.J liallymote ulao ran Thne. atoej"
Fourth ra'e tthe Wheatley l._p t.f *4WO. ff-r
bon. fld^ hunteis, ste?pl? t-haae. abo'Jt two miles
and a half over the huntera' courae) Milie D .
lt. .Mr. H. Mortlmer, Ji 1, '( to 1 and even,
flrat bv thi?_ lengths; Two KairU*. 1?2 iMr T.
Wiighti. 1 to 2 an.l ot;t, neopd l.y t?i lengths.
Wlndrow, 157 .Mr V, A. rlarki, 4 to 1 an.l t
to :.. thifl i,% ooe laagth. Hiuwell and Duke of
Duluth also ran. Duke of Duluth fell. Tlm*.
Fifth rlea .the Piplng Rock pcirry subscrlp
tion : dlvlalon; for ponlaa; one
Kantt.ne. 1M? .ilr T. B. l-3?an*i.. 2 lo 1
and 4 to *,. flrst by a head; Kftugh a- _sal__h,
IHl. iMt K Tij.-keri. 3 to 1 and even. -?
langtha; The white Hop?. WO 'Mr w
Wlldayi. 4 to ! and 7 to 6 thlrt b> half a
length Hcrewdrlver. Watchful. Tong. Number
T?eaty, Mlckay Flnn. vigiiant. Uapftr, Had
Newa. Sand Mov, Plnko, Cheyenne. Tominv.
Flylng Hox, PhliadelpMa. Kread Win*ier and
j Fratfcllo also ran Tlme. 206.
M.th i.te ttl.c Hrook champlon st-eplnchase
| tror.l.y f.f $7HO; for three >ear ol<ia and U|
ward; about t?? mllea) ?Meadowawert. 110
<T. O'Brien), 2 to 1 ind 4 lo r, rtrst i.y half ?
ler.gtb: Highl rldge Iffi (Pernl*_rt_n_ :i to 1.
an.l ?ven aecond by Av* lengths; (Oe^r. !"?>
fW. Noej. Ifi to 1 nnd 0 to 1, thfrd l.y _fl<
length. r.Hr-vn ide-kau. IC feree. WtB-Jo, Rlfi
Oraln, Bill Andrews, Pllot Ii Or*?_ Wltk
h ,u. Fstiltl-s.-. Pu-kth iri. King < ash. <"<>v
entr-, rcI (luaiemotzin alao ran. <l_at?motzln
fell at flrs? Jump. Tlme. 4:01 I |
Sev-nfh race Mhe f)f^lcl??a? Mmy Kervlce r*\ib
,,f tJ<>. fir t'nltt'l .-'fites irmy horses; one
roile: Matabon. Ml (LiOUtenant Rockmell). 2
lo 1 and S to rlt flrat by a l?-ngth; Kyrat. l?l
U.leutenunt Lvm-.ii). .1 to 1 and even, second
by half a length; Romai Wing. l'il (Lleu
tanani Pnttoa), -'. ta l and 2 to i. third b
lemths Hannah I^.-ilse, Karl Dfl*__f und gt.
Arg. lo also ran. Tlm". 1 Ul I
FORDHAM PREP. A WINNER.
Btralght llne plunges. lnterinlngled wlth
the forward pasB and a furlous attack,
were the featurea hy whlch the Fordham
Praparatory School's eleven defeated the
Ct.ncordla College team at Bronxvllle yes?
terday by a score of 34 to 3. In the
flre^ period a forward pass, Rowan to
Rohln, and half a dozen llne plung*.
Ktivt the first touchdown to the Fordham
team. C. Schleder klcked a fleld goal In
the second period. ln the second half
Fordham increased its Bcore by 27 polnts.
Tho llne-up followB:
Fordham tM) Poaltlon. OoncordIA (8).
pJchlna-J .U. ft. .*lR_j!_S.
o Hrien.capt.l.L. T. .""vt-m
?^"nn.;:!? .Wiedermann (ca. t !
.r. O.Von Bchenk.
Welb .. .
K t. .K'tenlg
K K .Flelshmar,
?*??''""">'.O u .P S.hledi
_?_".K. H B .Kr?'t
Touchdown. non*n.hobktUU WllUams
iSi tioai from touchdown?Lehan. ik>?is
ir__ ??. fleid^Kow-n. _^chla_w. **??-n
tlons rordham f*r-*P Oartai tor ?a*??n.
Rowan for I'arrol, liaumert far O?M?*\*?
for Doherty. 11IK-. for Hoffrnann. O IBrlan f'-r
liaumert. Jones for Polchltisk!. Dale twLeM
Mlthell for Jonea, VtcCaffery forJ** <%
Concordla College-Oallniann for Berg? ?*_"
Praa M-Kenna Fordham I mi Ire ? H.-rnte
Cont-ordla C-Iloga. IJn"~?n__^,.r?fm .
Concordla College. Tlme 1wo Perlods of *.
inlnutea each and t*?o perl^ls of Ifl mlnut-e
For Automobile News See
Page 7, Part IV.
Au-j-nst Belmont, Mrs. Arthur Scott Burden and Harry Payne Whitney watchinp the race.
Baron Beaming Adjudged
Best of the Bull dogs
Plainfield Kennel Club's Show
a Big Success, and aii
Awards Are Applauded.
Every one who wns present at tbe
fourth annual dOf ?_?*? '?' U* Plalnfb ld
Kennel Clab yeOtOttmB vted It the m-'St
BUeoaaafttl !n the annals of th. cl;h.
araatMr may havte bad feaaMtbtag to da
witn it, hut Um tsamexaarmeut, IM lemmj
llkf and the entry ll.it left llttl- to ba de?
Joseph A l'.uebnna-. oflTMnted la IM
bulldOg rjasces. and. altl OUfh lt wa- hla
Arst appeaj-anc* ln the rlng ln the Ju'H
rial caaaclW. ha haadtod his raMai ao
that hia daatotona omtutiei Wtb that nr
,he railblfds ln -W ?n.tan.<- bf
4.,?.ie, of Baroa Bwardag. ttablg wwta
heavywelBh. fron, the mwall K.*..nela fflf
winner waa tetoAaeA wlth app'.au-e. a.
waa the plnCng .1 Marry Itu.htan ?
champion. Pftaca- WeSteW a*. a nn
among thal \tchSB lml ??f J;' g
t?-s was sent from the rt-jT^Jj2
Judge tb- . ' ' ' ' '? ? " "
JOHNSON TO BOX JAR BABY'
Wiii Fight Langford and Mc
Vey, Too, in Australia.
CMaa_n?*Oat U -'<Samr **hmen em*
?..-, ced.o-nl.btthathehad.ccepte, an
"ffer of tfO.000 tc. flgbt "S.'-m" Uagajrd
_!,,] ?'Sam' _*cV? I" Auatralla under tba
dlrectlon of Hugh Mclntoah
He wm laavt CMeago on Octobar Jl
f?r Auatralla. and will train th.r.- He
wiii nght Laacterd aa De. mbai _?
Johnann*. brother. '.'br-rley.'* -restcd
on -Jack's" complalnt Frlday jvenlnf.
eharaed wlth furgcry and three klnds ot
S2S 52 out or, bo,,l af WJSA tarWA*
ue wll be tr1*d on Tuesday hv ? jun
5ir aame. abtalalaf . *** ?? ? J?
automoblle tlres under pi* ?*??
Ur.hamplon and borrow uignioneyro,
-frlenda of lus bratbar hy pr-tendlng lt
waJ1 for the ? hami'l-m hlins- ir
HOBBS AJSTAR FOR ARMY
Leads Eleven to Victory in a
Hard Game with Rutgers.
M-y Telen'rapb 4o Tbe Tiimi'm- 1
We.t Polnt. Oct. 12. -The Waat PflMI
eadata won a hurd-fought gai.i- aa th*
plalna thls afternoon. <lefe?ti*,K Uutg-rs
hy a acore af |l to 0. The Army had a
atar back ln Hohba. who i-lay.-d h beau?
tiful game. Hobba waa all over the held
and ln every play until the coaches de?
cided to take hlm out to give l-tuphlt-r a
chance. undoubtedly Ifl save hlm for the
game wlth Yale next .Saturday
The Cadets' llrst touchdown came after
an Army Une man had totaroaptad a
forward pass on Itiitgers'a 16-yard Ilne
From thia polnt El-o-nhower .md Hohba
carrled the ball by Ilne plunges an.l tli.
latter croased the Ilne at the e.treme kfl
of the goal post. The punt out for trlal
at goal waa muffed, and no goal waa at
Hobbs and Renedlct soon hud the ball
well into Rutgers terrltory, und then
I'rlchard toaaed to (llllesple far a fef
ward paas/ mi thr latter went oeot fo,
the Armya aecond acore. Dam ki-'kfd
the goal. the Army then aubatltutedja
number of men and the teams were more
Rutgers came near acorlng In the laat
period. and by two well executed forward
passea had the )>all OB the t'adets' S-yard
Ilne. and then a Rutgera back fumbled.
Boht aldes suffered from jienaltlea, but
Rutgera waa the worst ofTender. The vla
Itors were pehallsed a total of alxty yarda
li. the flrst perlod.
The llne-up followa.
Armr (1??4. eWatWam Rutgers i0*
4Jllle.p|e .J-* E.? rodd
Devore.?*-*? T. Tennan
Kerr .I-. O. Valewlnkle
p-jj-_.ll '...'..C.... Juln
o H_r? .R- Q. Mr? ollum
.I'! .R. T. . Toohey
ii,*.. y.R- B. Itaer
Prtrhard .^? ?*' .? Klmendorf
nibbs . .L "? ?.Johnson
r lenh-.'wer ."P ? ?*',*???'
Benedict .**r?. noekafeller
Sub?tltut?_ Markcie fer Ollleaple, Luabs fer
Mevore. Merrlllat fof Ho?**. C'ramer fc.r I-rloh
?rd Lanphier for Hobbs, Hodgeon for h'laen
hower. Wynn f.ir flenedlct. Iloou for Wynn,
Hlmftn f.-.r' Rwhafeller
Touchdowas -JHobbs. -ierrlllat. Glllei-ple
(ir.sl from touchdown Der ort. Referee Mr
Thomrteon. tleorgetowt* i'mplre-Mr. M.*ri,e.
I'MitUD-vaaU.. Unatman-1.. T ('_*,?tle. Tlme
of game P.ur perloJs ot 'en mlnutes eacta.
nf face. Imt everyone wns glad to see her
relnatbto- Thao__n Ottarmta ____!?*
AJratelfl i.-rrl.-rs. Pr__d_ 0 Cirter's
Ai.bey King KobMtr taaia bla _pp-*r_-?*a
:i--t tion. nnd. _HbO"*f_ he Is oig
and flm. he was t.ot qulte 00 h n naller as
? I C Turner faSSai bull te-r
and It wns ajvUi a MV-ttJ ll *" :* "_***_?_*"
.'iiiju.ll.-.iie In thit bflfl- lb r pl? ??
: bor~-f? r. _ il "*hi '*-"t'w wn-1
.tnnted. and she wanted the rlgiU
-?,rt Att'.. ?'?-- i t evaller. wlnner at
look 0-1. ? yillow. tbe blue going
tO Wllllston _______ and tbe red to
. |g_ ~1- fheld.
Mme Vnii.nu J.i .-harge of
Vfettih bulldoga Khi chom btr* ?**"
I. Turmr's oid fav-.tite, Parriue,
? maat tho gfumat* HMtt-- ?nd 1
ftttUtt Uttthft _-***_ *_? second
?I ... ted nddetl the tltle i biitnt lon to
thelr names y,s?e,,b, 1 ?? v were Jonrt
__r*a Huylers Villai-osa JflMbCl. ? "** "
_VdHn_t-- D-rrler. Mra T O < rown ?
ancola, n bll. rough Bt Ba?
M'CARTHY BEATS KAUFMAN
Police Stop One-Sided Bout
After Third Knockdown.
Franelaco. Olt *_?-__H__r M**
t| v, tho Mlssourl Klsnt. won hls flght
wlth Al Kaufrnan ln the second round 10
,l.iv M.'arthy dropj.-d thi Mf C?U
fornlan three tlmes wlth lefts gnd HB"?tl
to tlM J"*'. ?r", PUOt suit him dear
through tbfl ro; ? ?
The police stopped the bout at thls
Btffjfl to save Kuufmun from tU-M I *__*.
-Hixd-binent Mc'arthy waa a \t to 4 fa
vorite ln the bettlng.
COUNTESS KOHL IN FRONT
Wins Easily in Parkway Trot
ting After Break in First Heat.
Coantm Kohl. owned by b\ A M.-ck.-l,
Wm\ to _M top of the list ln tho c.mpe
tltu.n for t-M -__ Berles Cup, at the tn_t
liu. of th" 1'ark.way Driving Clul. yester?
day. hy winning ihe Class B. pa. Ing. Tftffl
llttle mgXfl to-K one of the ?____?*_ rmCfll
thls IgOflnn after the tlrst baat, ln whlch
?bo was beaten by Wllllam Mathls'B
i-rli: BM 1 -v? 1\ n, on a break.
DoAlel Buhre 4_gllOO,tO- bll vlctory of
last VOflfc by winning the special clasa,
trottlng. wllh I'.t.i.l'i BttM again. li- thi
CUOfl H. tri.ttiiiK. Samu.-I Hiies'.and s __?
WO*. I' won ,n straight heats.
Tl.e sumniailcs follow:
1'AIINO CL_-B A.
Horelll. h. g.. bv H.-real tT. _ llln.la) 1 t 1
Aaa Hal. b. g. U. il. Phllllpei. . - 2 ?.
J-aiwiy D. b. rn. .J J ArtliUddi .1 .1 -
Tlme, l_0_, 2:1714. - II
TH'iTTlNO Ct-UH A ll*?--AJUHD KIN ?
Jennle I* . h. m . by King Mus-nvlte
(Chaiiea Si-amani ..*?"_?__
Oakland Dlract, .ir . b> oakland BMH
(.hailes M'.licilefl .-?????? ???__ ?? " ' " *
Time. 2 u, nn%, ???.
TltOTTINO **r*_**I_Ji t"*__M
Ilorder __**_. gr. * . M Battat Knlght
iKml.-l B-****B)._?_?.?_ 1 ", ?
CVurl Favorlto, blk. m (j ll **W_po) ? ?? ?
tloward M-um, a. - (Cborlaa Potta ^
b*U"" ?Tl...eV ?-.:??. - W - ?* """ '
| tim; i:\lilKrnoN TO B_UT 2:30
Tnnv ll. br. g; llradl.-y. blk. g. Uan.es
VAATUrtt CleAM I
Countess Kohl, blk m.. by Kred
Koh. IB. A Meck.li l-???????- ' * ' '
PrlneaaB Cvelvn, b. BB., by Norwood
llivniblelonlan I'haa Moncrlefl. I i 2 A
Tlme. 2:27. 2:_*-. 2:_3*t, -'24*?
TPOTTINU?Cb'.BH C fD*_Ct_U__D KIN
Re Dlrect. blk. g. by Dlrect (Samuel
Hile-land, Ir i ."_ * ___*i_i* *A***_"
KOO Helllnl. gr m. bv llelllnl (T. O.
Ulndsi .????. I .
I___>. b m (J U Futonl. --nu---. 2 J
King Audul>on, br. s. il rank Small).o j.
Wand. b. in U'harlea Seaman).. - o
Tlme. !_*??, 2:26
TROTTINO - CL.ASH B.
Edward f? b. g . by Cordova (Samuel
Susquehanna Maid. ch. m. (Frank
Hmall) .?????. I ? S
Olenmere. b g. (Wilson Rald*. ???????? ' J ?
Money lloy. b. g. (Dr Joaeph I*"'*'-- * _ _
Mlas Wllkle, blk m. (8. O _art*?*a*-J 5 4 4
Tlme, _:!_, 2:2-'.. 2JI"*.
AUSTRALIAN ORICKETERS LEAD
Harnllton. Bermuda. Oct. 12-The flrst
game between the Australian crlcket
eleven and an All-Bermuda team was
piayed to-day, the weather Nlng Ideal.
The A-strallana acored IU in thelr flrat
lnnlftgB. whlle the homn crleketers put
toaether ? runa bafora darknaaa atopped
Wins the Blue Grass Stakes in
JUDGES DECLARE BETS OFF
Bad Acting of Dr. Mack Makes
Victory Easy for Jack Lon?
don at Lexington.
I-rxlngtnn, Kv. Ort fl Tn splte of tha
.nol an-l thraatantng weather, a falr
cr.'wd 3tBB rM baad for the flfth day of
,i 'i.. Ketitu.ky Trotting mMBO
itton thie Hfternoon.
Ihe Card ?i> of three racea, besldea
th" IJM trot whleh was left unflnlshed
I Ifoal Interest was shown In
tin* Uli . Qraai Stake. \nlued at $_.0?X for
|*_f elaai paeafl root Marters faced the
n-u; In tbl>. wltb loa l'ntc-hen II standlng
out over ibe other three The game llttle
son -if j..e Patebaa proved too much for
the Beti nnd taofe three straight heata.
wlth ManMteid dropping In aecond place
?Jack Landaa, drlven by Tommy Murphy,
ciptured the unflnlshed rnce ln the fourth.
? ..t Aftir the race the Judgea declared
off on ac-courtt of the bad aetlng
of l)r Mnek, the winner of the flrst heat
reaterday afttrnaaa! Thls big gray ?rei<l
Inp would not score prcperly, and flnlshed
laal in th.- last three Mata
Tha thlrd and fourth racea went to
Mllrol and Pllver Dlamond, re
epe< tively. both tn three *unexcltlng heata.
Th?* i iimmarl'S follow:
ura i*aa class fvwsw. fS**aoa*?
thi;i:k in FttkX
M nflnlsh-*.* hem Frlday.)
Jaek VeaAon, eh b . by Conateraro
? Muri,lc> .. 2 1 1 1
Pi Mack, tr t . bv lt.ibby llurne
.2 e a 4
MyjiL- Uianett, b. m c M<n<*-nald>.. IIM
Peuelieafer, l Ik ti n*oxi...- 8 (1.3
Rjftnv rr.irck, b K (Oeertd.8 4 3 ro
liuron ielrer, 4*r b. iHodney). - 8 4 ro
Tlm*.-. S-QP-W. -'?7V _.10S. 2:<-*..
TU.rr- hrXAM BTABWA 2 10 PA-'ims
vm.i i*\ $_'??> TiiHKt; IM FIVK.
Jot Ntehen II, b h.. br Joe I'atchen
rriemlna). 1 I 1
Manafleld, b h umi. 2 f *
trish I-i-i. b. g '.Mall-*w*i. 8 ? 4
M.ilcei ll 1. m i.lrmetn. 4 4 3
Time, 2:U5?-.. _:08*V _0T*?.
tkottim; -i i. i'Lato- rt'RHE. ii.ooa?
TIIKKK IN FIVE.
Rnt,. r: Mllrol, b Ba by Mllrol (Jaml
,*nrii . ? . . ? ....... 1
Haron Aher-Wn. br. g. (T>r-ipeey)-8 8 2
Ccaintry Iremp. eh. *. (-Horlna).3 1 Sl
j. *.*-?[,.?. blk h. (Shenk).2 fl 4
feter Mc-Tormlek. br. b. iMrPonaMi. . 4 4 3
Whlt.?(??>??. Ch. b -*Nucknls4. . . S 7 ?*>
* tn Coaat, b tn. iD.mi-eyi. ? ? "
Mitllne. .h tr .Ilsrrlnonl . J *_?"
JoM. Kuiler. blk h il_-.n?i....... 9 dls
Tlme. f:llH. 2'*1*-. 'iM^x.
BBCmHQ _1*.c.i.ass iTithK.-Hwa-THREE
Niyar Ptanead, ra ?. b>- Mtiton *
t Mti ikftfl I . 1
1,,,-iiie Brooks, h in H'nrtiai. 4 2 3
T.mv T . i s rt-eavena).. ? 4 4
Vr'.. Pefcir.nt. ti b ohandler). n 0 8
Qraca Hlckann. b m ill.-.lrlrk). 2 MIs
Etner tirant. blk na il?na>. 3 3?ll
Tlme, _ 10%, 2 11V.. 2:10*..
BEAUTIFUL PICTURES FREE.
The Tiibune has secured a aerlea of
twelve hiind*-ome and attractive plcturee
i c pi. s.-nting famoua characters in falry
Ion (hut are known to every chlld. One
picture from ihls series la being lsaued
eu.h week wlth the riunday Trlbune, and
form*** one of the most pleaaing and at?
tractive features ever Introduced by any
t? a soaper. lt wlU be found lnaerted in
the Magazine Section.
Tlu* plcturee lusued so far consiat of
\,> l, ilnderella. No t, Jack and the
ioaaalalt and No. 3, Llttle Hed' Hldlng
Ht id. The picture lsaued to-day repre
eents the well known lines
Uttle dropa of water,
I.lttle aralna nf aand,
Mi-ke ih" rnlahty ocean
And the pleasant Und.
To the ordinary newapaper reader lt
mlght seem a llttle difflcult to flnd a
character typlfylng the llnea. but Mlaa
M L. Klrk, the famoua palnter of pretty
chlld figures. haa suceeeded admlrably.
A eharmlng baby girl. wlth lovely face
and form. laughlng in glee. aita on the
beach near the edge of the blue aaa and
poura aand lnto a Uttle water hole aha
has made wlth her toy apade?almply
that and "nothlng more, yet the artlat
has put ao much life and aplrit and hap
plneaa into the tlny glrl flgure that you
..... on lt wlth pleaaure and enjoy Ita
every detall. The colorlng la exquiaite,
ma-tlng lt a moat cbarmln* atudy of
chlld life and well worthy of a frame.
Among the plcturee to coma In tha
aerlea are Llttle Boy Blue. the Queen
of Hearts, Jack and Jlll. Mary. Mary
Quite Contrary. etc.
ITALIANS HEAR SULZER
Candidate Tells What a Great
Thing Columbus Did.
FOR NATIONAL HOLIDAY
Congressman Calls Sons of Italy
Friends Because They Vote
for Him, He Says.
Congreesman Wllllam Sulzer, Democrat?
lc nomlnee for Oovernor, addreased an
audlence that fllled the large Harlem Ca?
sino, 127th street and Second avenue, last
night. and told them amld cheera how
much the dlscovery of America had done
for the beneflt of humanity. The acou
atlca of the hall were po.r, and there were
many who had dlfflculty In hearing the
speech. Magistrate John J. Frescbi ln
troduced theapeaker. who sald in part:
It In a real pl.nsure for me to greet to
nlght so many of my Ita.ll in irlends?
and I know they are my frlen.ls because
they always vote for m* on electlon day
and that ls the real test. We celebrate
to-day the dlscovery of America?a great
world event? by Chrlstopher Columbus,
one of the .>arth's Imniortals.
ln my Judgment, the greatest thlng ln
a thouaand vears, the hlstory of civlll
aatlon and for the beneflt uf humanity
was the dlscovery of America by Chria
topher ColumbUM, on the 12th day of
Octoher. 1492 It wrote an epoch In the
earth s hlstory, changed the map of the
world, revolutlonlzed sclenee, llfted man
to a higher plane and pushed hlm for?
ward a great step ln the march of prog?
ress. It swept away the cobweba of the
dark ages. destroyetl Buperstltlon. re
vlved learnlng. stlmulated indlvldual en
deavor. opened the doora of opportunity
and gave to the Old World a New World.
You Itallans know that 1 am the author
of the measure In CongreBs to make Co?
lumbus Day a legal holiday. This hlll o(
mlne to make th. 12th day of October a
legal holiday, and to be known as Colum?
bus Day, was Introduced by me ln re?
sponse to what I belleve to he a patrlottc
sentiment prevalllng throughout tne coun?
try. Why should we not flttlngly com
memorate the greatest event ln ?he an
nals of the Western Hemisphcre?
I belleve these holldays make better
men nnd women, accompllsh much gen?
eral good and are beneflclal to our coun?
try lt ls an old saylng that "All work
nnd no play makes Jack a dull boy,"
and a holiday now and then should I*
welcomed hy the wisest statesmen ln
the Interest of the toller and hls famlly.
It wlll be a patrloth* day?a ioyous day ?
without a recollectlon of sadness, Thia
holiday wlll come in the fall of the year,
at an opportune tlme. after the hot
weather of the summer. when the leaves
are turnlng and nature ls beglnning to
put on her winter garb, atid lt will le
well for nil our people. especially those
who toli. to take a day off and go with
thelr wives and their children to the
country. Whlle communlng wlth nature
they may contemplate all that has heen
aceorr.i'lished here ttlnce Columbus flrst
slghted land on that fateful 12th day of
i icfober, 14**2.
The Itallans In America deserve oom
mendatlnn for thelr effort to make tlus
"Dlscovery Day" o great natlonal holi?
day. New York has made It a legal holi?
day, and It should be a natlonal holiday,
and it wlll he, I doubt not, when Oov?
ernor Wilson occuples the Whlte Housf.
The record of the ltallan race from the
dawn of time down to th? present day ts
the hlstory of the march of humanity
gktng the hlghways of progress antl tbfl
avenues of civ'.ll.atlnn Al! hall Columbus
-world figure?epoch muker and great
tllscoverer! All honor and all credit to tha
brave Bons of Italy! tn trial and In
irlumph, ln sunBhlne and In Btorm, in
nr and in peace, on land and on sea, In
all eras and tn all places, the ltallan race
has written Ita endurlng name and eter
nal fame all over the pages of human hls?
Magistrate Freachl spoke r few words
of welcome to the ltallana, who predom
Inated among the audlence, and then he
hustled the Congressman Into a waltlng
autnmollle that whirled hlm away t_ tM
oth.r gatherlng whlch waa awaitlng a
After Congressman Sutrer flnlahed hls
speech at tbfl Harlem Casino the danclng
that had started before hts arrlval con?
tinued. It was estlmated that there were
two thousand persons In the hall.
SONS OFJTALY MARCH
Cheered by Vast Throngs Along
The parade of 15.000 .nembers of the
Sons of Italy through the heart Of New
York yesterday afternoon and evening n
honor of Columbus was watched by thou?
sands of New Yorkers who lined the
Mdevvalks ln Fifth avenue. The rarade
started from Washington Park, passod up
Fifth avenue to 59th street and from there
westward to Columbus Clrcle. where the
stntue of Columbus was decorated. Each
branch of the Sons of Italy waa headed
by a band, and every one tn llne carried
an ltallan or American flag.
At the head of tho parade waa a _**?__
of mounted polleemen. They were foi
lowed by a large automoblle, which was
decorated wlth llags and flowers and car?
ried two of the grand offlcerB of the or?
ganlzatlon, C. I'ltocchl. venerable grand
prealdent, and F. Olovannl Sorace, grand
secretary and treasurer. They were
.reeted wlth repeated bursta of applause
ulong Ihe llne of march, but probably
the greatest cheering wa* for QOMf-l
Cordano Fellce and Sergeant Domlnkk
Messlano, the only survlvlng offlcera llv?
lng tn New York of Oarabaldt'a cam
A company of the ltallan Rlfle _-_?__
wns next, and the remainder of the llne
was made up of the many branches of
the Bons of Italy ln the followlng order:
Corto Fellce Cavalettl. Soclety Sartl Ital
lano. Soclety Olovannl do Frocldo, Soclety
I/ulg'l Vanvitellt. Soclety Oustavo Faro.
San Cataldo. Santa [____, Soclety of Bath
Beach, S.il'tv Mari and the ltallan
pemo.'ratlc Club comlng at the end of
what was known as the flrst dlvlslon.
Among these were many magnlflcent ban
nera and floral deooratlons that were later
used to place on the monument of Co
lumbuB at the end of the march.
Followlng thifl at a diBtance of one
hundred yardfl eame the aecond divlsion.
headed by many earriages, in whlch the
mlnor offlcials wero driven. Each of the
many socletles had thelr prlvate carrlage
in whlch the offlcers wero driv?n ln
The mercantile housea along the llne of
march were thronged wlth people who
vlewed the alght until lt became ao dark
that th?y could no longer Bee. Whlle one
end of the llne waa at Columbus Clrcle
the other waa Just leaving the Btartlng
Oompers Announces Decision
After Conference Here.
Samuel OomperB. president of tha
American Federation of Labor, aaid after
a conference wlth lome of the other of
flcialfl of thfl American Federation of
Labor at the Vlctorla Hotal yeaterday
that the declalon of the United Statea Dis?
trict Court at Hartford. Conn.. ln the caae
of D. E. Loewo _ Co. agalnat the Unlted
Hattara of North America, would be ap
poaled at one. to tho Federal Court of
Appeals, and then, if neceaaary. to the
Unlted States Bupreme Court If the high?
eat court ln the land suatalnad the de?
clalon of the lower courta. he added, then
the matter would be taken before Con
UM M" 10IEK
J. J. McNamara's Former Airf
Verifies Alleged Notification
of Dynamite Payments.
Former Union Employes Becog
nize Communications Present
ed by Government to Show j
Indlanapolls. Oct. 12 ?Mlas -flara F,
Smith. h stenographer formerly employed'
by John J. McNamara, now In priaon In
Callfornia, identlfled at the trial of tha
alleged dynamite < onsplrntora to-day a
circular letter as havlng been addresaed
to all local unions of the International
Association of Bridge and .Structural Iron
workere and nottfying them of a tem?
porary suspension of a detailed account
lng of the unlon's flnancea.
It was in this letter, the government
? -harged, that the exeoutive board. headed
>y Krank M. Ryan. the president, In 190-$,
began allowing $1,000 monthly to Mc?
Namara that he secretly mlght carry on
the explojions whlch continued untll hla
iirreat, ln Aprll, 1911.
The government asserted that the ex?
plosions agalnst bullders of vladucta,
bridges aad offlce bulldlngs who had de?
clared for the open shop ln the employ
m*>nt of lronworkers prevlously were few.
but that after the regular allowance to
McNamara a pald "dynamitlng crew,**
composed of Ortle E. McManigal and
Jamea R. McNamara, and directed by
Herbert S. Hockin, was put to work and
was kept working untll after the Loa
Angeles Times Buildlng was blown up.
Mlaa Bmith was the flrst former em
ploye of the irofiutorkers to testlfy. The
purported circular letter announclng that
the executlve board during the flght
agalnst the open shop atnployera had de
ctd?d to auspend the rules was handed
to the witnees.
"Idd 5"U ever see that paper hefore?"
asked James W. Xoel, counsel for the
"Yes," answered Mlss Smith, "lt was
malled to all of the ninety-two local
unlons hy dlrectlon of J. J. McNamara."
Mc.Vamara was secretary-treasurer of
the unlon. whose heado.uarters then were
Mlss Sylvla C. Smith and Mra. A. J.
Hull, of Omaha, also employed by Mc?
Namara as Htenographers, Identlfled let?
ters taken from the lronworker?' flles
after the headiuarter-* were removed to
Indlanapolls Many of the letfers. th*
wltr.e*ses testlfled, sald. la M< N'amara's
handwrltlng: Referred to er_e*-lt!ve
board" or "llr-ffrrrd ro K. *-__ Ryan." They
were the letters which the government. In
Its openlng statement. said wiuld show
that a dynamlte eanaptraay waa conducted
through the malls. and which s>how the
defendants to be "llnked together la
The wltner-ses Identlfled letters as hav?
lng heen recelved from XV. Rert Brown,
of Kansas 4'ity, Ho : Bdwaf- Smythe. of
Teorla. 11! ; Paul J. Morrln. of St. I/-*ula;
Fred Mooney, of Puluth. Minn.. and Moul?
ton H. Pavis. of XVftt Cbaatar, Penn.. all
of whom are defendants. About -wven hun?
dred letters are stlll to be identlfled.
Thelr contents will he madr known when
other wltnesfies testlfy
Vlslts to varlous cttles of men nccuaed
of belng "advance agents of the dynamit?
lng crew" were traced through hotel reg
Isters bv wltnesses. Referrlng to a bulky
register. K. L. Shlpp. a hotel clerk at
4*lnclnnatl. told of the arrival In Clncin?
natl on May 1. 190*. of Herbert 8 Hockin.
charged wlth being one of the men who
"went ahead" to arrange for exp'osions.
On thls occaataa Edward I'lark, who has
pleaded guilty. sald he was Ir.duced by
Hockin to dynamite a brldge at Dayton,
Ohlo. The explosion occurred three days
after Horkln's vlslt.
When Clark was locked up after hls ar
ri-^t on the federal tndi.'tments. Hockin,
according lo the government charges. via?
lted t'lark in Jall and asked: "Ate you
talking?" t'lark replled. "N'o. but I un
derstand you are." I-iter Hockin waa
charged wlth havlng "betrayed" hls fel?
low dafendanta by giving Informatlon to
t_i_o_c ar *__?*: j
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