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fight to Lower Tax Keeps
Assembly (?oing Until
4:06 A. M.
FOL! V COMPENSATION
pro\ldes Payment Only for
Actual Injuries Canneries
Rills Not Revived.
A determined but
the Aesemblv on the
?t of liquor
? fourth throughout the
Ijournment o* tho
ill finally about
??SSemblv at 4:06.
">?('?? ?>f New ".erk.
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.?> the added ai ?
v to have
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v. of Erie, took
.? '", ?con.
Sei ate early in
\ntend Compensation La*?.
to Revive < i Bills.
ready ? o
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>rs, Vt a
the new In?
la, a Demo
I. a member.
is Take Cape Haytien.
-ter to the
on the ground
LAW REVISERS WILL
Constitutional Convention Like
ly to Meet at Saratoga
Albany, April ?F.. In the wnk* of da
parting legislator? ?lelrgnte* to tiY
Constitutional Convention heunn t?
arrive here to night. The ronventioi
will reconvene In (he Assembly Cham
!?rr to morrow night, after n rece?? o
two uoeks. 1,? ?it probably until Sep
tember It I.? probable the eonventloi
?ill adjourn to Saratoga during th<
President Root ha? not completed hi:
committee assignments to night II,
will no; make his tin?! selections ontl
to-morrow. The rumor persists thn'
George W, Wirke? sham, former Altor
noy (ieneisl of the I'nited Slat,
airman of the judiciary commit
tee, but the president has made no an
noun?*emenU of aaaignmenta whatever
Edgar T Brackett, of Saratoga, ??l?,
:? spoken of for the place, but he Ml
he does not expect to receive it T_<
judiciary chairman i? expected to ht
the Republican floor leader
Cleaners were busy throughout to
day preparing the Assembly Chambei
for delegates. It was littered ?ill
newspapers, copies of hills and wilto?
I, left by legislators.
HINT AT SURPRISES
Continue?! from \tnt,e 1
in the Tennessee Coal and Iron Com
p was taken E. H
Gary, chairman of the board of thi
Steel Corporation, wen* lo Washington
ai d got Presiden! Roosevelt's approval
? for. The? wanted to know
wheth?i the den! would ho com deTed a
combination m restraint ?>; trade. Op
! Roosevelt have hold
.;? as a surrendei to the corpora?
tion inter? it he has justified his
country from a furth
v\ en Colonel Roosevelt leave? the
Stand as the fir for the de?
y they will have only
opened their case. Just what will b?>
the order of the further testimony is a
. 'uro. but among the
ex-Senators Fi ederick
M Davenport and Harvey P. Hinman,
to what they told
about tiie defeat of ihe
anti-racetrack bill and '.ho direct pri?
Ex-Senator Josiah T. Newcomb will
ive to the Colonel la^t
summer of what he considered a bi
? eel Jotham
r. All lern of the Sen?
him after charges of
briber) ' against him.
Ex-S? nal ? ? fe H. < ?h, of Wa
tertown, majority lender
in the seco tration;
Senator Horac? Wl
r Eloi R Brown,
10 under subpoena.
leport? ? ? n. as
? ? ?. blj man Jess e < . Phil
? ill l?o asked to testify eo
::g a decisi?n r, ? ? : i - ?? l ??ht in the
of M r. Ba 11 i Albany, that
? ' on of Thon;
Motf Osborne, an anti-Murphy
United State ?en
Ma?. ? all Murphy.
irph) be put on
the wit : he defence ? This
ntimated by counsel for the Col?
onel thai they have not sub] i
mmany Hall boss,
? cou o be pi oved thai I i
pcretarv of Tam?
il, ill, has been here under sub
pneiui for three days. It is hoped bj
? i -ident.
und '?'? on, treasurer, of the
.T. B. Lyon Printing Company, and a
-, ? are
th? '*' ?' ? : Life Insurance
? | ? It is
? d they ai ?? ? ?'' ion with a
certain matter in which the name of
Mr. Bt ? into the life
? gation in 190fl by
lei bit '
? on de
or not the de
tiff will not gel
:. ? until nexl
William Barnes will ? ! wit
Eager to Hear Rarnes.
Next to the testimony of the Colonel
who are watching thii trial a??*
looking forward with interest to the
ony of the man who has been in
ted with almost every
move of the Republican organization
since the days the Colonel was (iov
'way back in 1898,
Friends of the ex-chairman of the
Committee intimate that he has
?onie surprises to spring that will take
the edge all off anything accomplished
l,y the Colonel. It i? evident that the'
diary ?ill play an impoi tant
part : ?! h? I' i test nony. Few I
knev intil il was brought out
Roosevelt Alone Wins
the Eye of Syracusans
No Other Figure in the Big Bam? 1 .ihrl Case Arouses
Interest of the Thrones That Wat? h thr Colonel
Come and Go.
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A striking book of verse.?Boston post.
JBELL and WING]
I By FREDERICK FANNING AYER 1
What the highest authorities say 4
of this remarkable book ol verse U
Absorbing, astounding, inspiring, baffling.?London Aeademx i
Fundamental and vigorous virility.? Yorkshire Observer, lin?. *;
(jcnuinc aspiration and power.?Occult Review, England
Great originality and depth of feeling.?Boston Times
The rarest verses of the time.?World Wide Bureau
Power and originality.-?-^ Examiner ?j
A virile work.?tost?n Globe Price $2.50 ?;
A great work. Boston Herald [.*
Near the Stars.? The Ore?onian, Fortland. Ore. H
THE BAKER & TAYLOR CO., 33 East 17th St., Agents, New York ??
I from ? Sur? ? ? ., ? t. , , ,,r s i . i ..,:,,, 1 ,
Syracuse, April ".'.'? A youngster aal
on the curb fumbling- with the ?trap?
of hi? roller skate? A fr<iss-?l bound
courtsvard trampled psst him. "Say,"
he remarked nt interval??, heedless a?
in who caught the query, "Barnes ain't
gone past, ha? be ?"
He waS the SyraeusS Barne? rooter.
?\ hether it was mild chickenpox or
in^t plain hooky, the bov loafed for the
better part of ar. hour. Waiting to ?ee
the plaintiff in the famou? libel suit
Not all the martial glory "f the Colonel
nor hi? exploit? m Africa and South
America Iih?I stirred that boy's Imagl
nation. Me wanted to see Harne?, ami
he sat right there on the curb until
the big man walk???! I?y.
in the meantime the Colonel "hn?l
i and elicited only a ?lance. A?
ti?r the rest of Syracuse, the ?olonel is
the man it svants lo see The erowd
Hiat gathers daily in front of the
Courthouse is Waiting to see Colonel
Roosevelt It has been that svav finni
Both men got off the same train last
Sunday night. There was a crowd just
outside the train shed, and n burst of
handclapping ran through it when the
Colonel Walked out With Horace Wil
kinson. Newspaper photographers
tagged after him. Harnes svas not far'
behind Roosevelt, Hi? height an?t
girth, adorned svith bat and overcoat
of a striking ?hade of brown, would
have held the eye in most throngs
Hut not in Syracuse with Colon? l
No one realised Barnes had arrived
until most of the crowd had dispersed
r.fter the departure of the Colonel in
an automobile. A fesv curious glances
were casi lus way, but there sva? no
general movement of those eagei to
get b closer view.
\li Want lo See Houses e!l
rtvice a day both men walked from
the Onondaga Hotel to the courthouse,
two blocks away. Colonel Boosevell is I
slaying svith Sir Wilkinson, but his
attorneys are at the hotel and he ;.
there daily to confer with them.
lor hall an hour before the session
. persons loiter in the street and
of the courthouse to
wait for the Colonel. None of them,
- the little boy with the roller
skates, wails ;,, ?ce Mr. Barnes. This,'
doubtless, suit? both men. Mr. Barnes
?t i^-ht feel embarrassed if Syracuse
dogged hi- footsteps as it does those
Km'?? veil. and there is lit
'le doubl the Colonel would com
arrassmenl n? he ever did if
the admiring throngs were absent.
Little i ? to be s? en of Mr. H
He does not even stay in court during
' ilt There is something
almost uncanny in the ease with which
n man of his bulk slips out of
crowded room, (?ne moment be is ap?
? ?. !"rp in thought, stroking his
it anpears that bis reflect
\sill hold him though an earthquake
lo-ks the building. The next moment
? vanished. Without a ripple he
lipped through the crowd and
; 'be ?loor.
( olonel Roosevelt's comings and go
are hidden from no one and are
duly noted. After seeing him tread
? : i eel ? and publie building
Syracuse, one gets the notion thai de
? of even the boj with the roller
indirectly by Mr. Isms on Pride;
Mr. Barnes has a diary ?vhtch contains
?ce to Ins political activities
from day to day. The reference b) Mr.
pertained to information in the
Ha? ne? diary of only two years 1H'.'.?
and ItHM) but h ?b understood the;
leafier has continued his custom of re
cording his movementi in s dsilj
?ournal dowi to th( present.
Most astounding political secret? are i
? ly contained in these diarii
.in I how much of their contents will be
? ? or speculation. i
Utelj i nth nig ha.? been hinted |
ai the character of the Bai n?
It i-? Known, however, th
IS BUbjMenaed Senators Hinman
and Cobb. Ex-Senator Henry J, Grat
tan, "r Albany, ii likely to testify for
Mr. Barnes in regard to the assertion
m tlbany lead? r forced him to
change hi? vole on the anti-racetrack
The plaintiff, his friends assert, is j
worrying nol at all, and smiles when
he IS told thai the Colonel belie.'
icceeded In cheeking his po
ambitions for the United state? Senate
and 'he selection of a national ticket
Harnes (.oing In Convention.
Mr. Harne? returned from A
ftemoon by motor. He had been
there to confer wth ex-Senator Klihu
Root n regard to the eommittei
the Constitutional Convention. He in
?n return in the morning *
tend the convention until needed here
a i a \? '
Several attorneys lepresenting <-"i
porations mentioned in the testimony
an- here to get si first hand what is
aid about them.
It is understood that the trial is'
costing ?he defence about |8,<lKrt) a
'.seek and the expenses of ?be plain- '
nol be much less. Naturally,
both sides wi-,h to finish the trial as
""Ii :, DO! Bible.
Already Utters have begun to pour
in on ?olonel Roosevelt in regard to
?katr? would mnk" the Colonel winee
lAoner than the mint ?rathinir ,
examination Mr. Marne?'? counsel eouid '
devi?r. In nnv one slsi hi' mnnner
would be theatrical, It's friendi are
ureeted with a rousini cordiality that;
inspires m the casual onlooker the Idea
that ench is the particiilai joy of the
? olonel's heart.
Trailed bv s Throng.
Trailed by a devoted throng, the
Colonel, hi? lawyer? ami Senator Neu
comb were marching to cunt Colonel
Roosevelt ?a? haugntil) in advance of
Senator Newcomb. Ha whirled on in?
heel with a BUddennOSJ tnat quite
paralysed a humble Byracusan ?In? had
edged his admiring way rik'ht into tho
b?sarl ?>f thi- Roosevelt pint?,. Aghs ?.
this man found himself all at once
faeing th?' Colonel, Roosevelt had not
a ?/lance for him, He was looking for
Senator Newcomb. Spying him some
twenty or thiry feet away, the Colonel
made for him and linked his arm in
his while ho energetically expounded
the idea that he whirled h''n on hi?
I i ? i to the eonaternatlon of the
In court, the Colonel take? almost
entire charge of the pro,,,,lui?.?'.
Juatiec Andrews li the only auf
he recognizes Lawyers, whether hil
own or those of Mr. Maine?, he appears
to regard as meddlesome inter!?
assuming th?' inn?! "ano uni"
of legal methods, tho Colonel h
ignores counsel and addreaaei in I
quiries to t#i?* court. When his re?
marks 'like him Bl part iculnrly good, i
h? i .?? the itenogranhei to make him
a eopy of thai part of the recoi ,1
Croat examination hai been an
especial delight to the Colonel. There
is just the element of strife in it that
appeals to him. It urges him to his
best efforts. Despite ins guilelei
lertlona of deep ?gnoranoe, thi
formel of courte hai k?' mon- ,?f ins
own conclusions before t V i * - jurj
ing hi? cross-examination than a lawyer
m a similar position coul?! do if in* had
studied the problem for days bt or?
taking the stand.
Justice Andrew? curbed 'he Colonel
once with the luggestion thai h?* ?oui,1
have plenty of time for explanations of
??oh'" exclaimed Roosevelt, "I
thoughl tins ?as my in I
With the grave I attention he listened
while .1 i tice fcndrewi explained tha'
Ever) Question an Opportunity.
opportunity. If he doei no! hap?,
have right on the tip of hii tongue the
am ? ??!' that fit that qui ition he
in on other information, doubtle swith
!he i,|ea tha; the proper answer will
occur ?? mono
logue. Ver; ? i
refu?ge of the wei : don't
know." Prol end of to?
morrow's ??? on the Colonel will have
had hii say,
?lifter the delightful time he hai had
on tha ird to ie<
Roosevelt ? coin rol l
terest in the n cussed. At
any rate, ht hil daily prom
< nade i to sola? e hi ? : f, and it mai be
that lu ? .r the yo ithful
admirer of Mr. Marnes.
the ?uit. and particularly nic own ?e?
timony. For the last two day bis mail
?.mounted to sevei i hundred le(
R. went " rhurch
? ? Rev, Dr,
.lohn F, Dobbs ii Reformed
Church. In tin
? el conferred with hii co
I ater i mem
of theii fam ? ? tained
\. am S. And r? i
BELMONT DUBS T. R.
'FRIEND OF TRUSTS*
Says Colonel Did Nothing to Aid
Legislation for Campaign
? onal ? .?m
P I m, in pro
because < lolon? i Ro?
that he could not remember Mr.
Belmont'l part in the I? ?
viding for campaign fund |
Mr, Belmont. n a t? legram to Will?
iam M l\ ins, to da) d
? did Mr. Roosevelt do nothing io
promote tl II | : ion, bul thai
I aie certain pillar? of the finan?
cial system who have supported him as
Governor and President, believing that
they could count on him with
certainty and advantage than on any
other politician m public '
"The published report of Mr, Ri
volt's test inion;. I , '.lud .1
sayi iti?' telegram, "coi
the following statement in reply t?> a
question from you: ii ?a- durii
last years ?,?' my Presidency that the
campaign publ i
passed, prioi to 1908.' ', ou -1 en a?k, ,1:
'If that is so. what wa? the nee?
of your hir.
<m ihe subji i Roosevi it j
'Bi e 1 in* publicity of cam- '
|aign expenditures was only a feature,
;?V?l only a small feature, of the ?
against which I was warring.'
"Mi. Roo ?veil cou!,i hardly be ex?
pected to be accurate undei th? c i
cum a tanc?e. Congre did not enact
the tirst campan.' iblicity law
until June !<">, 1910, During Mr. R
volt's Presidential torio the executive]
committee ol the National Cai
Publicity Aaaociation, re ponsih i
the initiation of thii legislation in
1905, became convinced that Mr. R
\elt did n<?'?! ng to promoti
islation. In response to public -?
he did ?end h me i iage to < ?on
gr?ai referring to tha subject, and that I
"The list of contributions just pub-'
lished is sufficient evidence of Mr.
Roosevelt'i n lat ion to the tm it
it is therefore not improbabl? that the
? pol it ?cal d'uni.i h ight end in a
liation between 1h>- .
whom he venture? to call Dr. I
Marnes and Ml ? ? f in
) ? dual cap i
Cleary Adherents Forget to
Pay Taxes, Examiners Find.
Examinen from State Conti
T ravi a'a oll er the
iccounts of all of W, V '
l.crents in office in Haveritraw, ?her'?
the political bos? shot hii ion-in-law,I
Eugene N?'wman. dead, reported yeater-.
dav that the village li badly in .
Politician? owning property have not
paid their taxes, in some instances, for'
several year?. The village hi I
. Including mounting to '
s i ?.noil outstanding, which the reform-]
? ' ?. ho called in th
?.-ato!? beheie the village aril] bl
Laid job collecting.
Brother of the Angle,
by Willis Boyd Allen
in tho MAY
win -make?you look over
your rods and fly-books and
probably start you swapping
fish stories with your friends
33 ("ill. <^AII Sett, n.ttnd;
STIRS JEWS HERE
Big Meeting in Discord on
Question of Urging Gov?
I-..1 a ! m., ' ? tarda y
in Madison Square Garden alternate
? peekei i waged lioned fight
for m ' ediencj of c II ng
the 1 sited Btate
to influence the national government
t?i intercede in behalf of the persecuted
finally both side?
i a compro
m t i,? eon? enl ion area adjourned
?nr a n
I.oui ? Mu' Mi :. p?.' idi nt nf the
American Jewish Commit*>e, of which
Ihe Kel illah i? h hraiiih. was 'he
champion of tin- Faction againal the
convening of a .1 I In hi ?
side svere ei Con re man Henri M
Goldfogle, Judge Leon Sanders, Cyrus
I.. Sulzberger, Judge Otto Rosal ky
ami b hosl of mi in" prominent Je i ;
?.gains! 'hem ven majoril; <>?
Ii of Net? York, championed by
ess, C? mmissloner of
mblf man Sufrin. I
? week a sp? .-..il eomm.
?if the Kehillah deeided that a J?
congres? ihauld be called. Dr, I. V
Hourwich, chaii man, 1 end his
? M ? ??
lion. A congress, he said, would an
the p pinion ol the American
I Co gn man Goldfogle em
? of doing some?
thing for the Jews of Eastern Europe
and ?mm 1
11 g t?? Cnil 1 il States in any
rseutralil I udge Ro
m ? he J? ?'? could not
jump headlong into whal might become
each of diploma! ?e re?
In reply Mr. Barondess urged the'
to belies?' thai while the
? ? ' m of ??'?' ?' cons reas abould
. 1 there was
0 do !?.?? thai * waa absolutely 1
; ? .1 the com
promi iducing I he resolution
that the conven' rabie in a
Mr. Mai hall pointed out the lack of
el her a eongi ei ?
**We ' he added, "a
question v. Inch could nol be decid
? ?? Jews in
America, e\??n ?f all 1 in the
?.\ orld srere
wish and pray. We cannot command
the nal earth to do
thing for u -. K?.t all the 1 l,(HM),OO0
Jews in the world came together what
could t mi", ii? mand "
"\\ ho will presen! our dec
States g"'- -
1 ruinent lo do thai '?' I ? ' i be
, : keep <"u feet ;
upon the earth and stop oir beautiful
dreaming. If you base
a cone. " t help distu
the neutra I country.
1 >r. Mai ... 1 re iden of the Kehil
? ? ion thai ?1 a a?
-.. wan until the American
Committee had taken lome ac
'I'),,. were elected to ?he
executive commitl ? until
s. I. Hyman, Adolph Lewisohn,
In. .1. I.. Magnes, Dr. Ii. P. Mendes, F.
M. W ' '
It I., hman, .lutin Co , I. M Ste1
m, J. J. I W illiam
Abraham Ei lai ..????, ?' icob
? 1. Mi el, \ ' " Scl
.1 M. ?'? achman, I aac AI and
RABBIS HEAR BRANDEIS
Boston Man Chief Speaker at
1.0,1- I? Brendeia waa the chief
spanker nt the ??-mi-annual convention
of the Eastern Council of Reform
:,' Temple Emanu-I
Mr. Brand?is sooke on "'The Organiza?
tion of American 1 reel," and showed
the neceasity of combined elforl on the
pari of all tl ?? J? in Amei I 1 to a in
Jes. 1 ih rigb: - abi >ad.
Marcus M. Mark; presided at the
meeting. A round-table di CUB on was
\ ..m I. Elkus and Dani? I I?.
Hays on the Jewish iiu?-s*ion :n '.his
? v and abroad.
? of the convention will
coin?' to-day. Dr. Joseph Silvermai .- i!'
speak at Temple Fin inu-El and ,? II
urge the necessity of the institutional
?ynagi . Rudolph Gross' un,
president of the Board of M ?
' ?irk. will discuss the work of the
of this citv. After a
ton ?? ' th? I' i'- '?? d .haft Club.
given by Abrara I. Elkus, the conven- I
tion "? II I.ear the reports of ral bis
from other cities.
LIBEL SUIT FAILS
TO AID DEMOCRATS
Party leaders in Washington
Disappointed in Testimony
So Far Brought Out.
in, April 25. Intereat in
the B libel suit here i?
? , ? are ?sorth
in Washington, while
scores of Democrats abound, priM
through the aid of fat jobs.
? 1 a lot of mud .?ling
ing and vituperation, which could be,
mn?le a rea?ly asset. Thus far, they
the suit ha? resulted in nothing:
? ? ?e ?Iiscusaion of the
tirelj lacking ii 1 1 for campaign aur-1
? ? ?
? olor,, nnlied
r?1 nailv a? wi tativel
and leaders ei the Democratic party. ?
Spedalttfs tn Arv?rel for Men. Women and Children
Braided Saks Suits for Men
as produced by the famous Saks Tailoring Or?
ganization and sold exclusively in their Store
at $20.00, $25.00, $30.00 and $35.00
are very distinctly in a cUuM by themselves. They are not simply Suits with
braid around the edges, ruffs and pockets, but are designed and tailored in
styles especially adapted to the braid-bound finish.
77/r* fabrics are especially selected. So are all of the trimmings. Nothing
escapa nur idea of "the fit nest of things. "|
The manner in which the braid is tailored on the coat and waistcoat is an art
in itself. Only highly skilled craftsmen can do it to suit us, and of such men
is the Saks Tailoring Organization composed.
Oxford grays lead in the color tone. These coats and waistcoats are much
worn with odd trousers "for a change.'' Rich, dark blue and pencil stripes
are close seconds. The coats are half-lined.
Saks and Company claim to sell more fine braid-bound sack Suit, than any
other store in New ) ork ? a fact backed bv a moral.
Beginning Today, an Important Sale of
.Men's Shoes & Oxfords at $4.85
our regular stock price is $6.50
A group of 505 pairs from our regular lines. The size range is broken, so
that there is not every size in every width of every style, but you will find
your size and width in one or more styles.
?Tan, mahogany or black Russia calf, black or broun vici kid, patent calf
or patent colt, button, lace or Blue her model.
Today, a Clean-Up Sale of
Men's Derbies and Soft Hats
at the remarkable price ,JK 1 M^
our regular stock price is $3.00
By tonight we shall have room for our Summer Hats, for this clearance is at
a price that will mean quick action. No seconds, no imperfect or out-of-date
Hats; our regular high-grade stock reduced.
The lihel suit l?td every
. even in the executive office?,
mid in the latter, it is understood,
there il i feeling that the onenme oc?
cupant of that office has had the bet*
? i of the bat? le up I ?? date.
On the whole. Dem?crata are frank
to sav tha! nothing has been g
for th? iuar- I
rel between Roosevelt and Barnes. The
Democratii are hoping the tide will
turn next week, and that Mr. Harne?
? ?'ii un a Hood ?if nia'orial on the
ee more <?r'
Republ ' ? ow almost ce
Leading Democrats lay the Legislat
? nded in the Empire
' afford? them far morn hope of ?ucee???
! than !he Marne? suif The feeling
aroused In New York by the ? I
; the Legislature ha? cheered the llenio
I cratic faithful, and it ii a*??erted that
were an election to be held this fall il
on a? to 'he size
r the Democratic can
trmm fa |-*% p? I TV /f AY marks the real beginning of the year's golf, a game
|"?y ?f\U( . ') IVA which, because of its great social and recreative pos
( )tf) sibilities, is rapidly growing in the favor of men and women.
In the interest of golf players, of both sexes, who wish to
begin the season in good form, this week will be
Devoted to a demonstration of the world's
best clubs and how to use them, and
the correct clothes to wear on the links.
The demonstration will be held in the Men's Store, on the
street floor of the New Building, Fourth avenue side, and will
be in charge of the following proven experts:
Iron Clubs Will Be Shown From
John D. Dunn, whoie familu have hern rn
nac/rd ni golf continuo uni . I ? time <>' W ? o
Janet VI, of Scotland, and
Jame? Crabbc, tif Montrotf, Sent?a'"!.
Frank Noble, of Aberdeenahire.
lames V rot tan, of Trauntore, Ireland.
William l.undberq, of Barton on the Sea,
lien Nicholt, of It ilmington, Del.
Elmer T-orina, of Quaker Ridge Country
These driving courts have been erected
where the golf specialists named will illustrate
true form, and where visitors may try out
Galligan. the boss clubmaker, will have a
bench nearby where he will shaft clubs to
order, making weight and length an?! ?balan? !
!?> suit purchaser.
Choose your own club head and the shaft
that strikes you as best suited to your atyle
and speed of swing.
Wooden Clubs Will Be Shown From
In hterlonie, of St. Andrews, tchote. rluht
are considered bu experta to be the finest
? ?mili n \ubs made todau.
F organ, of St. tndt
Cochrane of I, on /Ion.
.Simpson, of I urim
Sauen. "i S o? 'i 11- -.
It nit mi, of Txondon.
Speeiu! modelt ?H*/ Harry J'ardon, Ted Ray
an,i II. II. Hilton,and our men tpecial Tat
and .1. Il Findlau modelt.
The prices of these clubs are $2.50 to $4.
George Nichols, of Fife.
Ionian, Cochrane, Winton.
Gibson, of Fife.
Si ecial designe bu B-n Sauers, James Braid,
I ardon and Ran and our oun special Taploxv
tud I. ?I. lindlaii models.
Prices. $2 and $2.50.
Golf Suits in the Best Models,
British and American made, in sizes for men.
W?I be shown, priced $20, $22.50. $24,
$27.50, $35; some with knickers, some with
long trousers, and golf coats at $15 and
Golf suits and separate skirts for women,
just from London, will also be shown.
All the other needfuls, such as golf halli,
? addie bags, sweaters, shirts, shoes, socks and
Please Feel Free to Ask
Any of the specialists above-named to help
you in the selection of the clubs you require,
and to advise you generally on any points of
information you desire.
This golf week is for SERVICE to those
who play the royal game.
Burlington Arcade floor, Ne? Bu : |
Broadway at Ninth Street, New York