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Kumagae Easily Defeats
Johns on Tennis Court
Harlem Club Begins An?
nual Tournament Un?
der Threatening Sky
By Fred Hawthorne
The annual open tournament of the
Rarlem Tennis Club began on sodden
jlay courts yesterday afternoon, and
In spite of the threatening clouds and
th* occasional showers of light rain
ibe p!?y continued until long after a
ieandallzed sun had "gone into the
i%y.H The members on the courts
showed a great keenness for "daylight
#aving" and as a result of their in
custry the seventy-nine starters In the
,?ngles reached out all through the first
round and almost completely filled the
The outstanding feature of the day
tras the speedy and powerful playing of
Ichiya Kumagae, of Japan, New York
state and Metropolitan champion. The
little man from the Far East simply
gwaraped Van Dyke Johns, the Califor?
nien, under a score of 6?0, 6?1, in the
opening round. His drives through deep
court carried such tremendous pace and
were so accurately placed down the
sides of the court that Johns was com?
pletely baffled. Not only did Kumagao
overwhelm his opponent from the back
of the court, but he also excelled when
he went to the net position, volleying
with more success than he has shown
in many months. It was evident that
the Japanese star has his "eye on the
ball" once more, and with this came
added pace in his shots. The state
champion looked yesterday as though
he will take a lot of beating in this
Another favorite to come through
the opening day successfully was Frail?
?is T. Hunter, recently a lieutenant in
the navy, and twice winner of the Trib?
une Challenge Cup for the North Side
championship. Hunter, showing no
trace of sea legs, won in straight sets
from Norman Johnson at 6?4, 6?3.
Hunter always has been noted for his
powerful forehand drive, and this was
working well yesterday. Johnson
found it dangerous to try for the net
position while Hunter was in a driving
mood, for more often than not the
young man from Uncle Sam's "Navee,"
scored the points on fine passing shots.
Edwin Bry, chairman of the tourna?
ment committee, and his brother
Louis, besides attending to their one
thousand and one duties in connection
with the running of the tournament,
found time to take the courts them?
selves, and both were victorious. In
the second round Edwin triumphed
?^over G. Ronaldson at 6?3, 6?4, while
his brother took the measure of K. L.
Johnston at 6?4, 4?6, 6?2.
The Harlem Club, which has been
holding this tournament and opening
the officia! season of play for years,
Was very unfortunate in the allotment
of weather dealt out. The play was
scheduled to begin last Saturday, but
the all-day downpour so saturated the
'courts that it was utterly impossible
to play on Sunday, thus necessitating
yesterday's intensified activity.
Two players advanced to the fourth
round, Paul Martin getting a default
in the second and defeating J. Keyes
?at 6?3, 6?1, in the third. The other
to move out was Ingo Hartman, the j
hard-hitting left-hander of the New \
York Tennis Club, who defeated Sig- ?
m und Spaeth at 6?1, 6?0.
One of the most bitterly contested i
matches of the day found H. R. Hath-1
away, the brilliant one-armed player I
from Westche8ter County, the victor i
over Harvey O'Boyle, the Pelham Bay I
ex-tar. The sets went at 6?3, 5?7,
8?6, with Hathaway driving beautir j
fully and with splendid depth.
Ken Yamasaki, the latest of the j
Japanese players to reach this country, i
defeated \V. P. Fischer at 6?1, 6?2. |
The Jap made full use of a chop stroke j
in winning his way through, but he
did_ not impress as a player of the
calibre of Kumagae, his countryman
St. Paul's Makes Clean
Sweep in Tennis Tilt
St. Paul's School scored a clean
sweep over Richmond Hill High School
in a dual lawn tennis meet on the
former's courts at Garden City yester?
day. The victors won all three singles
and two doubles, each in straight sets.
The summary follows:
Sinjloa?Vail, St. Paul's, beat Siegel,
Richmond Hill. 6?0, 6?3. Hobbs, St.
Paul's, beat Jones. Richmond Hill. 6?0,
<???? Htnton, St. Paul's, beat Jenkins,
Richmond Hill, 6?<). 6?2.
Doubles?Vail and Hinton, St. Paul's,
beat Hubert and Meyers, Riehmond Hill.
Jr"'., 6?2- Stevenson and Hegekln. St.
SSrtt b*at ''leeel and Jones. Richmond
Hill, 9?8, 6?0.
Beats Manhattan Prep
AH Hallows Institute won a loosely
pltyed game from Manhattan Prep at
Olympic Field yesterday by a score
of 8 to 4. Lennon, the All Hallows'
Pitcher, was invincible until the sixth,
when he was found for four runs. He
fanned ten batters. O'Connoll, at sec?
ond for the victors, snuffed out two
Manhattan boy? at the plate.
The score by innings follows:
111 r, .. R. H. K.
K ?lllm. 9 1116 0 8?? ? a
?**nattan . OtMoi 0?4 4 I
? :.l?r!l3?T-ennat? and MacFeak; Hee
?>?? ?nd Welah.
Brazil Beat? Chile
For Soccer Tit!<*
WO DK JANEIRO, May 11.?Brazil1
wcat?! Chile, C to 0, lr. the opening'
W"? of the tournament for the soccer;
??ampionship of South America here
to-day. The game roeulted in on? of j
t?e bipgeat ?porting events In the his- ?
t?T of Brazil.
Thirty thousand person?, including
Z.C00 from other parts of South Amer
?ea, attended. The Acting President,!
Members of tho Cabinet and diplomate
. ? ?...??.? ?? .
E?Mi? Shevlin Mulched
LONDON, May 12/?Ertai? Bhevlln,
?e ehamp-on welterweight of the
Bnit?d State* navy, has been matched !
I?? Rddio Beattio a British fighter.
?/t??n rounds at the National Snortim?
C!Bb en May 10. The men will box for
??or?? of $4,000,
leading Hitters in
Big leagues to Date
'&?? (?Trj.... 1i M 7 28 .472
*???**, ttlr?k.).. 11 40 ? 1? .400
*Wft (?Teak.)... II 8? 11 ? J73
tSgm ?a4 ?i?>. a A.B. ft. H. P.C.
? <CfcUw??>,. 18 ?O 13 27 .460
V* <Pk9t4*ivhi*>. 11 48 8 18 ,400
^?? (Detroit/,. 14 83 12 20 .377
M (tt, Lv?U>, 13 48 '0 'S .378
"VttM'at, ill?, by Al Kunr? Klla?.)
Army Soccer Teams
Make Record in
Long Title Game
COBLENZ, Saturday. May
10.?The team o? the 6th
Division won the soccer
championship of the 3d Army
here to-day in what is believed
to have been the longest soccer
game ever played. It took the
boys of the 6th three hours to
take the championship from the
team of;,the 5th Division by a
score of 4 to 2. The longest pre?
vious game is said to have been
two and one-half hours in San
Francisco in 1904.
The tennis championship of
the 3d Army went to the team
from the 3d Division, headed by
Lieutenant Paul Treanor, of
Boston, Mass., by defeating the
team of the 7th Corps to-day.
The tennis championships of the
A. E. F. will begin at Paris on
To Be Referee
At Big Bout
TOLEDO, Ohio, May 12.?Reserva?
tions for seats for the proposed heavy?
weight title fight between Jess Willard
and Jack Dempsey here on the after-i
noon of July 4 have been aggregated
$75,000, according to A. Q. Thatcher,
matchmaker for the Toledo Boxing
Commission, who is assisting Tex
Rickard, the promoter, in arranging for
Rickard arrived here to-day and an?
nounced that prices for the bout would
range as follows: $10, $15, $25, $30, $40,
$50 and $60, with 2,500 on sale at the
highest namod figure.
Rickard estimated that from the de?
mand for reservations there will be
47,500 others ranging down to $10,
which will be 260 feet from the ring.
The Toledo Athletic Club, the com?
mission's official headquarters, has
been turned over to Rickard and his
assistants as headquarters for news?
Bids were submitted to-day for
nearly two million feet of lumber for
the building of the arena. All material
will be purchased in Toledo, Rickard
Battling Nelson, former lightweight
champion, wired Rickard to-day offer?
ing his services as referee for the con?
The telegram said: "Open for posi?
tion as referee of Willard-Dempsey
bout. Price optional. Would do it
for you for nothing. Put it up to
Willard and Dempsey."
Rickard has not replied to the mes?
First race (three-year-olds and upward;
claiming; purse. $1,000; six furlongs).?
John .T?, 109 (Howard), straight $8.20,
place $4.30, show $3.50, first; King Bello,
107 (Garner), place $G.10, show $5.80,
second; Senator James. Ill (Thurber),
?eld, show $10, third. Time, 1:13%. Huf
faker, Sandman, I.ady Longfellow. Circu?
late. Humma. Blllie B., Mabel Trask and
Captain Burns also ran.
Second race (two-year-olds, maidens,
colts and geldings; purse, ?1,200; four fur?
longs).?Spice Bush, 109 (Morys), straight
$11.30, placo $3.70, show $3.10, first; Bur
goyne. 109 (Willis), place $2.20, show$2.C0,
second; "Wilson tho Great, 112 (Koppel
man), show, $3.20, third. Time, 0:48%. Jim
Hartlngs, Inspector Hughes, Farol, Melvin
and Overbold also ran.
Third race (three-year-olds and upward;
purse, $1,200; on? mile).?Free Cutter, 109
(J. Groth), straight $3.60, place $2.40. out
to show, first; Hodge, 100 (T. Murray),
place $2.90, out to show, second; Spearlene,
106 (Crump), out to show, third. Time,
1:39%. Cerinus also ran.
Fourth race (three-year-olds; purse. $1,
200; six furlongs).?Linden, 115 (J. How?
ard*, straight $3.50, place $2.80, show $2.60,
J3rst; Joyful, 106 (J. Williams), place $6.30,
show $4.70, second; Texas Special, 106
(Lunsford), show $4.10, third. Time, 1:14%.
By Heck, Lady Fairplay, W?r Tax, Betsy
Lancelot, Allah, Belleaolar. Sam Reh and
Joe Stahr also ran.
Fifth race (The Debutante Stakes;
Allies; two-year-olds; $4,000 added; four
furlongs).?Talisman, 110 (Groth). straight
$15.10, place $9.10, show $4.10. first; Ruby.
110 (Warrlngton), placo $9.10, show $4.10,
second; Busy Signal, 110 (L. Gentry), show
$14.70, third. Time, 0:47%. Viola Gaffnoy,
Martha Luckett, Emma Weller, Miss Je?
mima, Viola Park, Sweet Liberty, Mys?
terious Girl. Springvale, Miss Minks, Fur?
below, Pop Eyes, Lady in Black and Star
view alio ran.
Sixth race (three-year-olds: claiming;
one mile and seventy yards)?Brimful, 104
(Brown), $7.60, $4.10. $3.80, first; Sans
Peur, 2d, 104 (Garner), $4.20, $4.20,
eecond; Leap Frog, 96 (Murray), $10.50.
third. Time, 1:46 8-6. Parking, Daymon,
Lackawunna, Dancing Spray, Buster Clark
and Rotta 73. also ran.
Seventh raeo (Four-year-olds and up?
ward; claiming; one mile and a sixteenth)
?Lively. 109 (Poolo), ?6.50. $3.10, $2.50.
first; High Low, 104 (Xayle), $2.70. $2.50,
second; Bogart, 109 (Crump), $3.40, third.
Tlmp, J:45 4-5. Kentucky Boy, Tanlac,
Redland, Brynllmah. Irregular, Baby
Lynch, Flapper, Lottery and Chcre Leader
FIRM RACE?Calming: maidens; three
yonr-olds: six furlongs
TO? Tom Fool .lo?,isi Marie Conn?n...lOJ
l'A l*'1?" !?;??? ?J -- Cowdano .103
512. I6r<Luato r't-..-10S'l71? Joe Joe .IM
282 ?i,.i!? *>ntM...*Mn?7? Ch?usug* ... ...ios
? *ttllfreed? .... Ml 171 Veio .108
SECOND RACiC--Claiming; maiden
three year-old?. ?lx furlongs.
?7? 1*7?*' .y?"??-??S| ? Bisrehllfht in...10*
?12 8f*& '?*.... I.>Uix Twwcei? .10?
}!? iv iv*Sr! .15? in Hoh.>ku? .lo.i
m Lloyd Oeor?....loi - Helen 0. . .108
214 Au.riloneer .108IS14' 'Melancholia "..M
THIRD RACE?Tho (Henmore Steeple.
cha??: selling, handicap; for four-vear
?."sv?n<l ""w>ir*, two miles and n quarter
13? Margery JaW..IV.? 183 lE.rij t.lfht ..149
ilia l';"\..n%\ "7 '*'??'? Horn ... Un
Si* ?'borab .ISS 213 Reddwt . j ht
t.). K. Griffith entry.
FOURTH HA<r<;- Two-yew-olds; ftv,
pi' 'Vattay Coojf., 1001 '2391 ?L. Bltuet l?t '
?M ?.Ml?, S,?W',,|M 1*7? Edith ? . S?
(M5) W.oiy .Ifl.', ??39 Midden Shin lof
<f?, *\tttt.::M?:l '"^ ? -^
ISO Straightforward 103 J02 franklin i<u
2?2* iBwitfa?, '.v.::: u
UiU'aw ...... 1H;
2S2 l Foreground ...IIS
21?* folk? \><a . t*
207 Bond*?? .107
81XTH RACE Th?. Annapolis Handicap
three.y*y.old?, and upward; selling; one
rrlle ?nd a furl'-ng
M? Bar Coy .?00| ?17 *Tr\n*a in?
U3 V&Zmal,.. U (24J) 4irir? un," "ill
? Blue ThlslW....!? 22? i(i. of tneLil?i?
VU fPuu ?nd Calls. 10?i . TO
SEVENTH RAOB-CUlmlng; handicap;
?hr??>-y??r-olrtB ?md >n>w?r<1 ?W furlona?
(2241 The D?1tl?9...11?2i* fort 1111m in
(211) 'AUnaral .l?e 211 Coral . J?
i!? ??""2 .m 'iU *???'?r H?ad.:.'.iM
237 ttWHr.t? .11*231 Elu? lltrt)or^.,::io6
IT. t?, Wilson entry, I
*Apj>r';ntlco allowance claimed.
A sevensome was played at the
Shackamaxon Country Club on Sunday,
in which Peter O'Hara and two ama?
teurs, H. S. Baird and Donahue, played
against the best ball of Jimmy Crossan,
the Wheatley Hills professional; Al
Williams, the well known course con?
structor; Jack Clark. Sam-O-Set links,
and Wiilis, an amateur, and beat them
by 4 up and 3 to play. It was really a
case of Jimmy Crossan playing against
the best ball of O'Hara. Dqnahue and
Baird, as the other three never helped
him en a single hole, while Donahue j
helped O'Hara by winning the ninth !
hole, and Donahue and Baird won the i
twelfth hole jointly. The individual]
peores weret O'Hura, 77; Crossan 82
Donahue, 83; Baird, 87; Williams'87-'
Clark, 89, and Willis, 89.
The Wheatley Hills Golf Club at
present has only the last nine holes in
commission, but it hopes to have the
first nine in a playable condition by
Memorial Day. The first, second, third
and fourth green? were made over
early in the spring, while the fifth
green was raided about four feet, at
the cost of about $1,C00, and it has
1 built a new locker house, at a cost of
Richard McDonald, of Yonkers, has
? beer, engaged as the professional of the
Jamaica Country Club.
Joe I'Anson, one of the old profes?
sionals in this country, has been en?
gaged to superintend the construction
work on the new courses at Baltusrol.
Favorite Wins 1,000 Guineas
NEWMARKET, England, May 12.?
The One Thousand Guineas was run off
here and won by E. Hulton's Roseway,
ridden by Whalley. by six lengths from
Lord Brassey's Britannia, with Fox in
the saddle Lord Derby's Giwciale,
Colling up, was third, half a length
behind. Fifteen horses went to the
fiost. The winner was the favorite and
ed the way during the race. The bet?
ting was: Roseway, 2 to 1; Britannia,
4 to 1, and Glucinio, j tu i Sherrard
trained the winner.
PIML1C0, MAY 12, 1919.
?Apprentice allowance claimed. Weather clear; track slow.
O/fiC FIRST RACE?Two-year-olds ; maidens; selling; purse. $1,000. FOUR
?^JbU AND A HALF FURLONGS. Time, .58. Post, 2.31; off, 2.33. Start
good ; won easily ; place same. Winner, b. f., by Theo Cook?Bacchante. Train?
er, J. T.Kermath._
Index. Kors? ' Wt" HP. St._% % Fin, 'jockeys] St ~Pi Sh.
184 " Bibbter.102 2 2 1? 14 Is ' Ambrose 81-20 7-5 ~T3
239 Vhe Wit....105 11 24 24 2? Johnson ? 26-5 49-20
239' Little Alexander.110 5 4 64 6* 34 Corey ? ? 11-10
228 Fastep .102 7 6 B>. a1. 4* Walls _ ? ?
120 Toucanet .107 3 5 44 34 5" Rice ? ? ?
176' ?Miss Stathem..l02 4 3 34 4a 6' Fator ? ? _
? ?Orma Rco_ 97 6 7 7 7 7 Riehcreek ? ? ?
Mutuels paid?Bibbled, $10.10, 5.S0,~4.0_0; Tho Wvit, $13.20, 6.90; Little
Owners?1, Mrs W A Prime; 2, R Parr; 3, W S Murray; 4, Dosores Stable;
6. S Ross ; 6, A Neal ; 7, E HutchinB.
Toucanet wore blinkers. Bibbler broke fast In better going near rail, held
easy sway throughout. Wit, always closest in pursuit, easily second best. Alex?
ander closed fast in stretch. Toucanet forced wide rounding turn. Stathem
SECON DRACE?Three-year-olds ; claiming; purse. $1,000. SIX FUR
LONGS. Time, 1.17. Post. 3.00; off 3.02. Start good: won driving;
place same. Winner, blk g., by Mushroom?Crepe._ Trainer, H. E. Porter.
Index. Horse._"_Wt PP. St %Z3_ &"% Fin. Jockeys7~ St. PL "SET
177'? ?Toadstool".99 6 5 "" " 1*1? Is 1? Stap?eton 27-10 "6-5 ?7-2?
(214) Balarosa.112 8 2 2? 2? 2? 24 Ball ? 93-20 61-20
214 Syrdaria.110 7 7 7? 3* 34 3s E.Hayncs ? ? 37-5
183 Padua .97 2 8 8 7? 6? 4> Mooney ? ? ?
232? ?Sylvano. 97 3 4 64 4" 41 5? Coltiletti ? ? ?
225 ?Surplice .98 4 1 3? 5? 5? 6> Fator ? ? _
281 The Desert.112 13 4? 8 2 7' Ambrose ? ? ?
123 Wisest Fool ....112 6_6_5=_6? 74 8 Rice_ ? ? ?
Mutuels pai?^Toadstool, $7.40, 4740, 3.70 ; Bal?rosa, $11.30, 8.10 ; Syr.Jarla,
Owners?1, J Trov ; 2, E F Whitney; 3. R McKeever ; 4, F A Tansor ; 5, J O
Talbot; 6, Mrs H Bowen ; 7, S Louis; 8, J Farrell, Jr.
Scratched?Oath, Fleeing Sheik.
Balarosa, Padua, Syrdarya, wore blinkers. Toadstool raced to a command?
ing lead, tired in final sixteenth, bore wide and Just lasted to withstand Balaro?
sa s challenge. Latter was carried wide by winner in final test. Syrdarya, near
rail, was gi*ng fastest at th-i ond. Padua showed improvement. The Desert
suffered much interference.
O/iO THIRD RACE?The Emerson Steeplechase; four-year-olds and upward;
?dLXO purse, $1,000. TWO MILES. Time, 4.08. Post 3.29, off at 3.80.
Start good; won easily; place same. Winner, b fc, 4, by Arc de Triomphe?
Royal Brook, Trainer, W. Garth. ^_____ _
Index. Horse. _Wt. PP. St. % ' % % 1 % Fin. Jockeys. St Ph ShT
(206) Royal Arch ....145 4 2 2? 2? 216 24 1* Crawford 23-20 1-2 7-20
206? North Star.147 9 9 8= 6? 1? .2" 2" Keating ? 19-20 13-20
206 Candle .149 14 4= 34 3? 11! 3"1 Campbell ? _ 8-5
220? Corps-a-Corps. .140 3 R 9" 8* 4? 4s 4? Smoot ? ? ?
234 Ocean Prince ...154 5 7 5? 76 5? 6* 5? Palmer ? _ __
? Pioneer .147 6 8 7s 9s 7l 7s 6* Tucker ? ? ?
306 The Dean .145 10 5 3' 6' 6 6s 75 W.Tavlor ? ? ?
206 Glory Belle ._14S 8 10 10 10 8 8 8 Blake ? ?~ ??
? Smithfleld .149 7 1 l1 Ia Lost rider H.Williams ? _ ?
206' Decisive..140 2 8 6" 4" Lost rider Nlcklaus ? ?_?
Mutuels paid?Royal Arch, $4.30, 3.0?, 2.70 ; North Star,' $3.90, 3,30l
Winner fenced well subdued North Star final turn, drew away easily;
hit spectator after crossing finish and fell. North Star hart no excuses, went
well. Smithfleld showed speed for a mile, lost rider at eleventh jump. Others
always outpaced. Decisive ran out at ninth jump.
O/fi. FOURTH RACE?Two-year-olds ; purse, $1,000. FIVE FURLONGS.
<_/?37 Time, 1.04 1-5. Post 4.00, off 4.03. Start good; won easily; place
came. Winner, b or br c, by Colin?Rubia Grande. Trainer, M. Hirsch.
Index. Horse._ Wt PP. St. ^?r"Fl?77focTceys: St"~Pl Sh.
2"?0 On Watch.110 1 1 1? 14 1? ?' Kelsay ?1-20 ? ~
144 Dr. Hall.110 3 2 219 21? 210 2>? Nolan ? ? ?
? American Boy..110_2 3 3 3_3 3 Rice_? ? ?
Mutuels paid?On Watch, $3.707 out7""out r~Pr7~Hall, out, out ; American
Owners?1, G W Loft; 2, G W Blllerman ; 8, Quincy Stable.
Dr. Hall wore blinkers. Winner, a grand looker, fractious at barrier,
broke well, raced D. Hall into submission oundlng turn, drew away easily
in stretch run. Dr. Iinll had no excuse. American Boy broke slowly and
was not persevered with thereafter.
r>_"i"\ FIFTH RACE?Three-year-olds and upward; claiming handicap; purse,
?iO\3 $1,000. MILE AND A FURLONG. Time, 1.56. PoBt 4.80; off 4.31.
Start good; won easiy ; place same. Winner, b. g., 4, by Fitzherbert?Man
ganlta. Trainer, J. Arthur._
Index. Horse. _ Wt. "PP. St. M V? % % Fin. Jockeys. St.' pi. ShT
245? ?Lord Herbert". .99 5 5 6 44 4? 141* Riehcreek 41-20 4-5 3-10
217 N. K. Beal.108 3 1 Ia 1? l1 2s 2* Corey ? 29-10 5-4
88 ?Waukeag. 96 1 3 3? 2? 24 35 33 Fator ? ? 13-20
(231) ?Broom Peddler.108 2 2 2? 3a 34 4* 4* Wessler ? ?
209 Monomoy .109 4 4 4? 5 5_5 5 Ambrose ?? _ ?
Mutuels paid?Lord Herbert $6.10, 3.CO, 27C0 ; 7?. _?. Beal, $7.80, 4.50 ;
Owners?1, Mrs T Francis; 2, J H Shreve; 3, P J Sullivan; 4, J W
Bean ; D, H S Koppin.
Lord Herbert and N. K. Beal wore blinkers. Herbert, slow to begin,
moved stoutly on outside rounding final turn, drew away easily at end under
mild urging. Beal showed good effort. Waukeag can do better. Broom Ped?
dler, in close quarters throughout was repeatedly blocked and weakly ridden.
Monomoy lacked speed at all stages.
OC*"l SIXTH RACE?Forest Park Purse; three-year-olds and upward; ciaim
?0? mg; purse, $1,000. ONE MILE. Time, 1.43 1-5. Post 4.59; off 5.00 Start
ood ; won ridden out; place driving. Winner, b. g., aged, by Martinet?Druid,
alner. F. Musante._
Index^ Horse._Wt PP. St. H_^_V4_Fin. Jockeys.. St PI. ShT
"237? ?Hauberk .113 3 2 2a V Ia ?3 14 Fator 3-5 3-20 1-10
230? Game Cock_117 2 1 1? 2' 2? 22 23 Walls ? 7-20 1-5
(237) Midnight Sun ..120 7 6 51 44 34 3? 35 Ambrose ? ? 9-20
207 ?Mother^n-law.. 92 1 6 2? 3* 4' 41 44 Riehcreek ? ? ?
? ?Qu'n of tho Sea.108 4 7 61 5? 5s 5s 5s Stapleton ? ? ?
217? Miss Bryn.112 6 4 7 6' 6s 6? f>5 Kelsay ? ? ?
230 ?Bachelor'BjBUssm 5 3 41 7 77 7 Murphy ? _ ??
MuTuels paid?Hauberk, $3.20, 2.8?, 27271 Gamecock. $2.70, 2.40 ; MldnighT.
Owners?1, J F Sweeney; 2. H L Pratt: 3. J R Skinner; 4, W M Roberts; 5
W Forman ; 6, Mrs E 3 Gavett : 8, J Lumsden.
Gamecock, Bachelor's Eliss, Queen of Sea, Haubert wore blinkers. Hauberk
broke well in moving start, was rushed to early lead, but was doing his best at
end. Gamecock, always closest in pursuit, came wide in home turn, bore out in
stretch run. Midnight Sun showed good effort under weight Mother-in-Law
tired in final drive. Queen of the Sea can do better.
f?ri) SEVENTH RACE?Four-year-olds and upward; selling; purse, $1.000.
__?)__ MILE AND A SIXTEENTH. Time, 1.50 1-5. Pest 5.34, off at 6.35.
Start good ; won easily ; place handily. Winner, b g, 5, by McDonald 2d.
Trainer, W L Oliver._
Index. Horse._ Wt PP. St. hi ^ % % Fin. " JockeysT'_St. PI. ShT
(166} Kilts II..11 f 3" 6 "2s 2*" ?* 1? 1? T.Haynes 39-20 17-20 9-20
224? Sister Emblem. .flO 1 3 1? 1? 2s 2- '.'.' Walls ? 9-2 39120
217 ?Prunes .110 10 8 74 7* 7? 34 3? Rldvreek ? ? 9-10
238 ?Alma B.105 2 2 53 34 3? 4* 4? Stapleton ? ? ?
238? ?Sky Pilot.110 6 10 10 9s 7l 54 51 Wlrfa ? ?- ?
233? ?Soslus .110 7 5 C? 64 8? fiJ 6? Fator ? ? ??
152 Capitol City _115 5 7 41 ll 64 7s 7? Kelsay ? _ ?
203? ?Virginia Yell...110 8 4 3' 4a 6a 8? 8? Swart ? ? ?
? Blue Thlstlfi-1J5 4 1 9=10 10 10 94 Johnson ? ? ?
168 ?Wood Violet..105_9 9 84__8_4 0'J1 10 Wegsler ? ? ?
Mutuels paid?Kilts 2d, $6.90, f 8.70, $2.90 ; Sister Emblem, $11, $5190;
Owners?1, W L Oliver; 2, G W J Blssell ; 8, C E Fountain ; 4, G W Atkin?
son ; 5. E K Bryson ; 6, C R Richards ; 7, M Smith ; 8, J P Jones ; 9, W Cahill ;
10, J B Dahlgren.
Scratched?Ben Hampson, Refugee, Lady Vara, Unc?a Sand, Sleeth.
Blue Thistle, Capitol City, Sky Pilot, Alma B, Wood Violet, Kilts II wore
KI1U? indulged Sister Emblem in the early lead, took command half mile
ground, drew away to easy victory. Emblem showed good effort Prune? was
niepsed about in early running. Sky Pilot ssuffered Interference. Capitol City
First race (purse, $1,200; three-year
olds; maidens; sir furlongs)?.Tortee, 107;
Kluezy. 107: May Bonero. 107; DJlnetto.
107; Lucinda, 107; Allas Manage, 107;
Dolly, 107; Hand Blue, 109; War Idol, 112;
Honderos?, 112; The Gallant, 112; Bill
Rendered, 112. Also etlglbl?: Mint Cat,
11J; Jim Dudley. 109; Frank Mattox. 109;
PUarro. 112; Oourmond, 102; Lady Wal
Second rs.ee (purse, $1,000; four-year
olds and upward; six furlong?) ? ?Sandy
Lad, 104; ?Arch Plotter, 104; Blue Para?
dis,. 107: Souvenir, 107; High Pass. 107;
Big fimok?, 109. Mather, 10?; Brlnghurat,
10?; ?Port Lifht. 110; Buttor Scotch II,
112: Leicester, 111; Squeeler, 118. Also
eligible: Manganese. I ft? : Stevenson, 1QB;
Sandman II., 109; OUIpner, 109; ?David
Oral?. 104; Happy Oo Lucky. 112.
Third race (purse, $1.000; claiming; two
year-olds: four and a half furlongs)??In?
quiry, 100; Bright Gold. 103; Spice Bush.
102; 'Maivln May. 104; Mni-/,, 106; Miss
Purnoll, 10S; Boonevtlle. 106; Clear the
Way, 10s; Director Jamos, 107; Music
Man, 108; Ztiiz, 109; Bone Dry, 112. Also
ellglblo: ?llosa, 110; Purl, 110.
Fourth race (purse, $2,000; Wattorson
Handicap; three-year-olds and upward;
one mile and a sixteenth)?Fern Hand
ley, 98; Omond, 99; Herald, 100; Hanovla,
104 ; Oreen .Iones. I0?: nuford, 110; Court?
ship, 110; Viva America, 112.
Fifth race (purst-, $1,200; two-yoar-olds;
four and a half furlongs)?Move On. 108;
Fun, 106; Hosui. 10?; Py*. 109; Convoy,
112; Chlsca. 112; Motem, 112.
Sixth race (purse, $1,000; claiming;
thrco-year olds and upward; one mile and
an eighth)-??Sun Gold, 100; ?Alhena, 104;
?Aldebaran. 104: ?Miss Gove. 104; Bene?
factor, 106; Maud Bacon, 107; Parr, 109;
Night Owl, 109; Thanksgiving. 108;
Gtumpy. 112; Chick Berkley, 114; Tito,
116. Also eligible: Sata Namy. 103;
Dlseorlde, 106; Fair Orient, 109.
Seventh race (purse, $1,000; claiming;
three-year-olds and upward; one milo and
a sixteenth)??JlfTy. 10?; ?Kewple O'N'Icl,
107; ?Sun God. 107; Mistress Polly, 109:
?Whirling Dun, 110; ?Hocnlr, 110; Ernest
Jl . Ill; ?Hands of Pleasure. 112; Jamos
Foster, 112: Wise Man, 118.
?Apprentice allowance claimed.
In cutting our shirts we do not
"hooverize" on material?we're
generous in order that you may
For style, fit, color and satisfac?
tory wear, we give a money back
Twenty-three shops for . your
The largest shirt specialists in
Fine woven madras shirts with
Russian Cords in the newest
effect, unequalled anywhere, for
Olus Union Suits
Hotel Peiin.H.v l>ui
20 Curt?an?!! St
139 Nassau St.
110 Chum'er? Si
?IK l)ftunr<M St.
...'??. v o nun? (lore
(401 (i: oarl .vny
1 ?84 Broadway
Near 4?d St
(? E. 14th 9t.
204 VI. 125th St.
tta: Fulton St 431 Hilton St.
NTH ARK ?HOP. 170 Ma-kft St.
Bridgeport Walerbur- "rranto?
Officer a Marvel
On Coast Links
DEL MONTE, Cal., May 12.?One of
the sensations of the local golf season
has been the visit here of Captain F. A.
Sutton during the past several days.
Captain Sutton is an Englishman and
has been prominently identified with
golf in the Old Country for a number
of years. He suffered the misfortune
in the European conflict to have his
right hand shot away. ? ?
Captain Sutton grimly bore his loss
and reached the conclusion that his
golfing days were over. Only when he
recovered from the operation and was
back at his home once more did he
turn to his favorite pastime as a sort
of recreation rather than with the idea
of playing the game seriously.
He was a star player before the loss
of his right hand and understood the
technical points of the game thor?
oughly. By study he managed to per?
fect the stroke with the single left
hand and arm, until to-day he is pre?
pared to hold his own with the ordi?
nary rank-and-file golfer.
Captain Sutton has been engaging in
exhibition matches on the Del Monte
No. 1 course, and has made the spec?
tators who have been watching h?3 play
marvel at his ability to drive and putt
the ball with one arm. Recently he
paired with Jack Neville, former Cali?
fornia state champion, and defeated
Georjre Turnbull, a local professional,
and Carl Stanley by a score of one up,
the latter pair giving the handicap of
Releases Two Pitchers
TOLEDO, Ohio, May 12.-?Release of
Pitchers Ted Turner and Paul Zahn
iser was announced to-day by Roger
Bresnahan, president of the Toledo
Club of the American Association.
Turner was picked up from the semi
pro ranks of Chicago and Zahniser was
obtained last season from Columbus.
Neither could get into condition this
spring. Turner and Zahnisor's release
followed the game of Sunday, when
Columbus defeated them 10 to 0 and
in which bases on balls were numerous.
City College Cubs Win
The freshman baseball team of the
College of the City of New York yes?
terday defeated Townsend Harris Hall
High School by the score of (5 to 2.
Raskin and Feinglass divided the pitch?
ing honors for the college first year
men. The high school lads were only
able to hit safely once, this off the
delivery of Raskin.
A man or woman In a position to make
an Investment from $5,000 to $15,000
In a legitimate scientific business with
absolute safety of principal and a re?
turn that should yield 50 per cent an?
nually on capital Invested. This Is an
exceptional proposition, and will ap?
peal to you after a thorough Investi?
gation. Box B. I., 71 Tribune Office.
Garage Owners, Attention !
Private party will buy garage; 50 cars,
with or without building, at reasonable
figure. Hill, 1111 Broadway, Brooklyn.
TO LEASH, THE BEST SODA AND
CANDY CONCESSION AT THE LARll
EST SEASIDE RESORT. OSTEND
BATHS, INC., FAR ROCK AWAY.
SMALT, HOUSE, Bergen County, for sale
or rent; easy commuting distance. 165
West C-lth st.
ISAAC DENBOSKY. OF 664 WEST 161ST
St,, New Yoilt City, wlihea to notify all
concerns that 1 am no longer' responsible
for i he debts of Mr?. Blanche Denbosky.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
NEW YORK MOTORISTS MUTUAL
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
The undersigned, pursuant to Sec. 34,
Article 10-B of the Insurance Law of
the State of New York, hereby publlBh
notice of our Intention to form a corpora?
tion for the purpose of malting insurances
on the mutual plan, upon or pertaining
to automobiles, against loss or damage
resulting from accident to, or Injury suf?
fered by. any pemon, and for which the
person injured la liable; against loss by
burglary or theft, or both of such hazards;
against lose, or damage t.o automobiles
(except loss or damage by fife, or while
being transported In any conveyance by
land or wator), Including loss by legal
?lability for damage to property result?
ing from the maintenance or use of auto?
Dated, New York, May 10. 1919.
Signed by Incorporatora:
A M. Umal.ed, Daniel E. Storms. Frank E.
Turner, William J. Finn, A. W. Perel
ritrous, P A. O'Loughlln, Newton W.
Gilbert, L. B. Roborts, J. B. Taft. Joseph
T. Fanning. C. F. Skehan, Edward E.
Babcock, Philip H. Sima, John W. Paris,
W. J. Sharp. John Wolkoff, James Came?
ron. J. W. Hart, C. A. Flynn. Philip Gwlse
ler, Jr., Alfred B. Dalbeo, C, W. Kin?.
R. J. Simes, Jr.. Everett Wagner, F. O.
LOST, FOUND AND REWARDS
OFFERED BY MEYEROWITZ BROS..
170 BROADWAY FOR 'rHE RETURN
OF WALLET CONTAINING I.AROE
AMOUNT CF DIAMONDS. EITHER LOST
or stolen' Saturday, may ?o. isi9.
NO QUESTIONS aSKED.
5350 REWARD?5 STONE
diamond rl.-.g. lost Mav 6th. Ast or Hotel;
no quesiior.s asked. Phone 389-J Tomp
UEN'EROUS reward, positively no ques
T.i.:Tfp-s asfred, if return?*! at once. SIL?
VER FOX SCARF ?eft in Astor Theatre
I Saturday night May 10; parting gift of
! brotner wounded in France. Return to
I 4B Riverside Drive. Ph.me Schuyler 4306.
LOST.?Cray Persian cat. strayed Thurs
day 6S Weg- STth at.; pleas? return
(reward). Adeie Rowland.
LOST.?Bankbook No. 488,358 of the Union
u.nie savings Bank Is missing. Any per?
son having a claim to It is hereby called
upon tc present the same within ten days
or submit to having the said passbook can?
celled and a new one issued.
LOST.?Bankbook No 789,539 of the Untoa
Uime Savings Bank Is mlsstng. Any per?
son having a claim to it Is hereby called
upon to present the same within ten days
or submit to having the ?aid passbook can
cewed and a new one Issued.
LOST.?Bankbook No. 742.653 of tho Union
Ulme Savings Bank is mlbsing Any per?
son having a claim to it Is hereby called
upon to present the samt- within ten day?
or submit to having tlj? ?aid passbook can
ce.led and a new one Issued.
LOST. ?Bankbook No 565.930 of the Union
Dime Savings Bank Is missing. Any per
son ha\?lng a claim to it is hereby called*
upon to present the sam? within ten days
or submit to having the said passbook can
celled and a new one Issued
LOST?Bankbook No 631.507 of the Union
Dime Savings Rank Is missing. Any per?
son having a eUln'i to It la hereby called
upon to-present the same within ten day?
or submit to having the said passbook can
celled and a new one Issued
LOST.?Bankbook No. 700.?27 of the Cen
tral Saving? Bank In the City of New
York. Payment stopped Pleasa return
book to bank.
LOST?Bankbook No. 616,930. Tho Green?
wich Savings Bunk, 246 & 24S Slath
ave . N. Y. City. Payment stopped. Please
return to bank.
LOST?Bankbook No 464,369, Tho Green?
wich Savings Bank. 246 & 248 Sixth
ave.. N Y. City Payment stopped. Please
return to bank.
LOST.?Book No. 75,529. of the United
States -Savings Bank, N. Y. Payment
stopped. Please return book to bank.
LOST?Bankbook No. 720.632 of Bank for
Savings, 2S0 Fourth av.. New York; pay?
ment stopped; please return book to bank.
HELP WANTED MALE
I will interview men and women who de?
sire to equip themselves to earn the salaries
paid Expert Income Tax and Cost Account?
ants, Auditors and Svstematizers, 1. e..
$2,000 TO $10,000 A YEAR
Only those willing to take special train?
ing during their spare time at home under
the direction of leading Certified Public and
Cost Accountants need apply.
ADDRESS OR CALL ON
E. A. MANCHESTER, REGISTRAR
110 WEST 40TH ST., NEW YORK.
Telephone 1981 Bryant.
AUTOMOBILE INSTRUCTION, $10.
Unlimited driving, etc., guaranteed, including
machine for state examination until license
secured. B. M. Co.. 1303 Lexington av. (S8th).
LEARN TO BE A CHAUFFEUR?Pleas?
ant and profitable work; ?Jay and even?
ing classes. Send for free booklet and
visitor's pass. West Side Y. M. C. A.. 317
, West 5 7th st.
HELP WANTED MALE
for mall and messenger service; must
be 16 years old; good opportunity for
advancement along engineering lines.
Employment office open 9 to 4.
WESTERN ELECTRIC CO.. INC.,
57 BETHUN'E ST..
Near West St., 6 blocks south of 14th St.
Wanted?Several boys to learn Jewelry
trade: salary $9 to $12 to start; must fur?
nish references. Robert Stoll. 12 John st.
BOY wanted; good opportunity: bring
references. Ginsberg & Basin, ?6 West
HOTEL HELP WANTED
BREAD AND ROLL BAKERS
KITCHEN MEN, ETC.
ONLY FIRST CLASS NEED APPLY.
HOTEL ASS'N OF N. Y. C.
EMPLOYMENT DIVISION, 44 E. 29TH ST.
SALESMEN, high class, in New York and
other cities, to sell preferred stock of
lar?;<: industrial corporation on liberal com?
mission basis: leads Tarnished and pro?
ducers assured very large earnings; at?
tractive salary and commission after two
weeks' service to those who demonstrate
selling ability; opportunity for permanent
connection with investment house. Apply
Mr. Scott, Suite 205, 309 Broadway.
SALESMAN.?Lumber and wood preserv?
ing; college graduate, 25 to 30 years of
age; one having knowledge of chemistry,
lumber and wood preserving preferred, but
not necessary. Reply in own handwriting,
giving age, nationality, whether married
or single, experience, references and
salary expected; only men of exemplary
character will be considered. M. H., Box
21, Tribuno Office.
SALESMAN, for subscriptions on high
grade trade journal; territory and in?
structions supplied; liberal commissions.
Call, .George Slnberg, Room 406, 200 6th
SALESMEN, soil our new monthly health,
accident policy; pays $50 monthly every
sickness; cost $10 yearly. 156 Filth ave.,
Two high calibro men to sell preferred
steck. You can earn from $200 00 per week
and up In commissions. Complete co-oper?
ation and live loads furnished. Reference?
required. Call Vanderblit 1290 for ap?
SI PERINTENDENT wanted by St. Jnhn'u
Guild for the floating hospital season.
June to September. Apply. 103 Park Ave.,
New York City.
SALESMEN.?Intelligent, wideawake men
to take up advertising proposition with
(?plendld future assured; no coiv.petltloii.
Film Advertising Service. 145 We? 45th
at., room 1206.
HELP WANTED MALE
for mall and messenger service; must
bo 16 years old: good opportunity for
advancement alonsr engineering lines.
Employment office ope? 9 to 4.
WESTERN ELECTRIC CO., INC..
57 BETHUNE ST.,
near West st. (su Mocks south of Hth st.)
HELP WANTED FEMALE
WANAMAKER BEAUTY SCHOOL
383 Fifth Ave., N?r 36ih Si.
LEADING SCHOOL OF AMERICA
EARN $25 WEEKLY.
Marcei Waving. x
All branches taucht; register now for
high elass positions; we cannoi supply the
demand, reach out for snceess in an en?
vironment of wealth and refinement; day,
evening classes. Tel. 1176 Vanderbilt.
Do you know that you can lncreas? your
earning capacity and efficiency, also make
yourself more valuabt? to your employer,
by learning The IXctaphon? Method of
dictation. The cours? Is free and can be
mastered in a f?w hours Operators are
in great demand
For further Information require at The
Dictaphone School, 2i0 Broadway.
_HELP WANTED FEMALE
CANVASSBR8 wanted for Parko cleaner;
salary and commission Write or apply
in person. Parko Sales Co.. 32 Vesey St
with Metropolitan Hardware Co.
DRESSMAKERS, finishers, on waists and
skirts; also helpers, bright daylight
workroom, half day Saturday. Coughlin.
17 East lath at.
CLEANERS < night or day>
(WITH HOTEL EXPERIENCE)
rOR NEW YORK AND OUT OF TOWN.
ALSO MANY OTHER GOOD POSITIONS
HOTEL ASS'N OF N. Y. C.
EMPLOYMENT DIVISION, 44 E. 29tb ST.
Beautiful figures, refined, young; no
stage experience necessary; good salary.
Apply every day. Including Sunday, Gus
Edwards, Astor Theatre Building, Broad?
way, corner 45th St.
Experience Not Necessary
HUYLER'S, 508 5TH AVE.
EXPERIENCED AND LEARNERS ON
MEN'S COLLARS; NICE. CLEAN WORK;
f?OOD PAY; STEADY. GOODMAN COL?
LAR CO., 68 BROADWAY, BROOKLYN.
WANTED?Several girls to learn enamel?
ling and polishing In jewelry shop, also
Cor clerical work; salary *9 to $12 to start.
Must furnish references. Robert Stoll. 12
LADIES.?Several refined ladles to sell
preferred Btock of large industrial cor?
poration on liberal commission basis; leads
furnished; producers assured large earn?
ings; attractive salary and commission
after two weeks' service to those demon?
strating selling ability; opportunity for
permanent connection. Apply Mr. Scott.
Suite 206, 309 Broadway.
Instruction free in the use of Edison's
latest dictating machine. Good positions
secured without charge. Apply 114 Lib?
erty st., room 703.
S/LESWOMEN to handle a specialty every
woman wants on sight; great seller for
city, country and seashore. Ladles now
earning ?50 a week and more. You can do
tb> same. Call after 10, Room 409. 1482
WANTED. A STENOGRAPHER AND
GENERAL OFFICE WORKER: MUST
BE HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATE AND
PROTESTANT; APPLICATIONS MUST
STATE AGE. EDUCATION. SALARY
AND QUALIFICATIONS. BOX M. 76,
WANTED.?Young woman to manage small
multiple letter department ; should be a
rapid, accurate typist; a knowledge of
Hoover automatic typewriter is desirable;
she will supervise the inultlgraphing and
filling in of form letters and will be re?
sponsible for accuracy of work; a real op?
portunity for a girl with executive ability.
Write, glvin? age, experience In directing
other? and salary desired, F. E., Box 307,
WOMEN FOR OFFICE
CLEANERS WANTED BY
BEST SALARIES FOR
APPLY AT ONCE.
56 GREAT JONES ST.,N. Y. C.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
YOUNG MAN, 81, high-school graduate,
pleasing personality and appearance, de?
sires position with advancement. Aren
vrald. 1155 Vyse Ave.
SITUATIONS WANTED, FEMALE
A.A.?COOK.?Young Finnish woman; ex?
cellent cook; good references; $76. T.,
Miss Kofmayer's Agency. 10 East 43d ?t.,
third floor. Telephone 89?7 Murray Hill.
CHAMBERMAID?Young Irish girl: city
references; $45-$50. M., Miss Hofmay?
er's Agencv. 10 East 43d st.. third floor.
Telephone 894 7 Murray Hill.
CHAMBERMAID, waitress or light house?
work : small family; Protestant; neat,
competent. Martha Collier's Agency, 457
4th Ave.. 31st St.
CHAMBERMAIDS. 3 girls, with one <?_??_7
willing tojo to country. Call Louise Pot?
ter. Endora Dyer, Mrs. Gibs, 2229 5th acve.
CHILD"S NURSE.?Child over two year?
old, city or country; good, long refer?
ence. $50-$5S. o.. Miss Hofmayer's
Agency. 10 Bast 43d st., third floor. Tel?
ephone 8947 Murray Hill.
CLERGYMAN'S widow wants position a?
housekeeper for gentlemen or charge of
motherless children; highly recommended.
Miss Shaughnessy's Agency, 860 6th Ave.
COLORED COUPLE?Chauffeur, house
worker, good cook: nine year?' refer
anon, $110, country preferred. Miss Shea's
Agency, 6 B 41st st; Murray H?! 8774.
COLORED WOMAN, takes washing horn?,
Evans. 108 W. 141st s*-., apartment 86.
COOK.?Excellent cook; good reference?;
$5B-$65. Cedarhurst preferred. R.. Ml??
Hofmayer's Agency. 10 East 43d st., third
Poor Teiephone# S94 V Murray Hill.
COOK?Capable young Irlvh woman; $55;
city or country; excellent reference?
Miss Shea's Agency, 8 EL 41st st; Murray
COOK, very pleasant. Irish; excellent cook,
nice disposition, $55. Miss McLoughlin
Agency. 321 Madison Av.. Murray Hill 3971.
COOK, middle aged English woman, wants
place in city. McLoughlin Agency, S31
Madison Av., Murray Hill 3971.
COOK, neat, economical, excellent family
ccok; good baker: best references. Martha
Collier's Agency, 467 4th Ave., 31st St.
COUPLE.?Hungarians; butler. useful;
cook; apartment preferred; $120; fine
references. Miss Shea's Agency, 6 East
41st st; Murray Hill 6774.
GIRL, colored, country position or half time
morning. Piper, 212 West 141et st, Audu
GIRL wishes half time mornings, no Sunday.
Bailey. 258 West 136th st.
HOUSEWORKER. middle aged, ?mall
adult family; $40. Miss McLoughlin
Agency. 321 Mdison Av., Murray Hill 3971.
HOUSEWORK, neat colored girl wishes half
time morning. A. Ellis, 162 West 144th ?t.
HOUSEWORK.?Colored woman; no wash?
ing. Call all week, Robinson, 223 W. 140th.
INFANT'S NURSE?Very capable, hos?
pital trained: $66; country preferred;
fine references. Miss Shea'? Agency, 6 K.
41st st; Murray Hill $774.
INFANT NURSE, 3 years ref. from last
placo with city lady; ready now and
will wait for baby. Colonial Agency, 26
W. 42d St. Vanderbllt 3696.
LADY'S MAID.?Good seamstress and
packer; excellent references. L., Miss
Hofmayer's Agency, 10 East 43d st., third
floor. Telephone 8947 Murray Hill.
LAUNDRESS.?Capable woman. 50; city
or country; excellent references. Miss
Shea's Agency, 6 East 41st st; Murry
LAUNDRESS.?Expert; can launder shirts,
fine lingerie, etc.; good city references;
$50. N., Miss Hofmayer's Agency, 10 East
43d st., third floor. Tel. 8947 Murray Hill.
LAUNDRESS, good, wishes washing, starch?
ing at home. Irvin, 228 West 140th st..
NURSE?Bright young Irish girl; splendid
references; infants only. Miss McLough
lln's Agency, 321 Madison Av., Murray Hill
SEWING wanted by tho day by colored girl.
Carr, 204 Wrest ISCth st.
girl; good silver cleaner; very neat; $50.
A., Miss Hofmayer's Agency, 10 East 43d
st., third floor. Tel. 8947 Murray Hill.
WAITRESS?Respectable colored gi?l wishes
position in tea room, restaurant. Mltchel,
US West 142d st.
WOMAN, colored, wishes country position;
takes care children. McConney, 108 West
141st st., apartment 35.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
northeast corner 25th st. and Lexington
ave.?Nicely furnished single and double
rooms; all hotel conveniences; faultless
service. Special rates for permanent guests.
30TH ST.. 123 EAST.?Beautiful, largo,
double room; running water, bath ad?
joining; telephone; gentlemen.
64TH ST., 165 WEST.?Clean, large rooms,
suitable for two gentlemen; hot and cold
65TH ST., 104 WEST.?Modern private
house; heat; rooms, $7.50, $4.50, $2.
106TH ST.. 61 W.?Beautiful front room?;
$9, $10; elevator; kitchen privilege; con?
venient. Apt. 17.
86TH ST., 58 BAST.?Large room, $10;
medium sized room, $5; permanent pre?
70TH, 200 WEST.?Nicely furnished large
front room; also small rooms; elevator,
lavatory. Apartment 12.
122D ST, (130 Ciaremont Av.)?Well fur?
nished room, with washroom: gentlemen;
elevator; $25 to $32. Apartment 62.
FURNISHED APARTMENTS TO LET
ENTIRE SECOND FLOOR private house.
80s, to Oct. 1; 2 large rooms, newly
decorated; 2 dressing rooms; private bath.
Schuyler 4593. Call 6 to 7._
PARK AVENUE.?Handsomely furnished
apartment of 8 rooms and 3 baths to
October 1st, in high class house. Address
George Henry, 120 Broadway.
?6TH AND LEXINGTON tcornerj? At?
tractively furnished apartment, 4 room?
and bath, kitchen; from May 1 to Octo?
ber, or 3 months' leasw $176 monthly.
Phon? PERRIN. Plaza 6501.
APARTMENTS TO LET
FOR RENT?Corner apartment, tenth
floor, 420 Riverside Drive, 114th St., with
wide views of the river, south, west and
north; cool and breezy; fully furnished, 8
rooms, all outside. 3 baths, large drawing
room?from June to October. Phone 6238
CAREFUL CARPET CLEANING CO*.
PANY.?Cleans by compressed air, steam,
hand or on floor. 419 East 48th st. COB 4
BRANDT,. Telephone 132 Murray Hill.
WESTLOTORN'S Detective Agency?Shad
' owing, confidential investigations, eto.
89 East 42d. 'Phone Murray Hill 274?.
DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY BOUGH.
FOR CASH, estates appraised, purchased.
BENNETT, 175 Broadway, upstair?.
HIGHEST PRICES PAID FOR FCRNI
ture, antiques, pianos, bric-a-brac
books, art. etc. GABAT. 88 Unlv?r?ltj
Place. 'Phone Stuyvesao? 2S77.
Multigraphlng. stenography, typewriting;
all hours; reasonable. Coyne, 118 Nassau
St. Beekma.i 473.
ORIENTAL RUGS ^rmffg^m
for highest cash; appraising a specialty;
call or writ?. Basnajian, 30 Wast 46th
St. 'Phone 6101 Bryant.
ORIENTAI, RUGS wanted, highest Brie??
paid; rugs washed, repaired; established
1* year?. Tatoslan Broa. IS East ?id at:
Murray Hill St5?.
Oriental Burs cleaned, repaired, dyad: re*,
sonable. Kantslan Co.. 93 Lexington av?.
Madison Square 1276.
ANT ONE knowing whereabouts of Phil
t O'Connell pleas? inform J. EDLKR, La
. Soy, Minn.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
BUTLER or Becond man. well recom?
mended, nice appearance; wages $70;
city reference. Colonial Agency, 25 West
42d Street. Vanderbilt 3696.
COUPLE, Alsatians, butler, useful; wife
excellent crook and manager; both thor?
oughly experienced; can do entire work;
splendid references : city and country. Miss
?baughuessy's Agency, 860 6th Avenue.
COUPLE. ? Gardener-useful, houseworker;
capable people, $100; excellent references.
Miss Shea's Agency, 6 East 41st BL Murray
ENGINEER, day or night; licensed; sober.
steady; dvnamos or ice machines; 1st
class reference?. E. Ferguson, 611 West
181st St. St Nicholas 2964.
GARDENER, expert, desires position on
gentleman's estate. Entirely familiar
wrth all the detail of such a position.
Splendid reference?. Wages $60. Colonial
Employment Agency. Vanderbilt 3696.
HOUSEMAN. Hollander; excellent refer?
ence?. McLoughlln Agency, 321 Madison
ave. Murray Hill 3971.
YOUNG MAN, 18, DESIRES
INSTRUCTIONS IN MILI?
TARY HISTORY, MILITARY
SCIENCES AND MILITARY
TRAINING. BOX R 24, TRIB?
PORTER, colored, wishes position in factory.
Jones. 108 W. 141st 8t. Audubon 9110.
USEFUL MAN. Irish, middle aged, obliging;
excellent references. Miss McLaughlin
Agency, 321 Madison ave. Murray Hill S971.
WANTED.?Lady wishes refined woman, col?
lege graduate preferred, seeking permanent
tngagernent f ?seist education two children
10 and 12 years, assist management house?
hold: good remuneration. Answer, giving full
particulars. M. C, Box S70, Tribune.
WARD MAIDS?Apply Training School
Office. N. Y. Hospital, 8 West l?th St.
l'OUNG MAN. 31, college education, pos?
sessing Initiative, tact and executive
Utility, desires connection with responsible
concern. T. IC. 232$ Pltkln Ave., Brook?
lyn, N. Y.