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Tufter Scores Unexpected Victory at Empire City Track
Second Choice Easily Defeats
Whisk in Triumphant Handicap
Butwell Races Favorite Into tbe Ground and
"Sleeper' Comes On to Win in Drive to Fin?
ish : Only One Publie Choice Gets Down in Front
By W. J. Macbeth
The e-?a of the summer meeting at. Empire City is sad to contemplate.
The big blow-off comes to-day and not enough horses are left, even such
as they aro, to make a decent ?showing on Mine Host Harry M. Stevens'?
"hot dog" griddle. Yesterday'? feature, which was won by H. Alterman's
Tufter, iUu.sf rates the idea. Tufter, which won the Triumphant Handicap
at a mue and seventy yards, was opposed by only two thoroughbreds. The
stables have been shipped or are being shipped to Saratoga as fast as
the railways can provide the necessarv car?.
Tufter'.? ?.ictory wats in keeping with*?
the fag end of almost every rare me? t
those days when the sharp shooters are
gunning for the wherewithal to make a
successful getaway. These are the
days when the brakes are taken off the
?"sleepers." Only one pronounced favor?
ito ?galloped down past the judges in
front of hi.5? procession yesterday after?
noon, and this one was not Tufter.
Indeed, Tufter, which was the second
choice of his field of three, was more
or less lucky to drag down the $1,357.50
of tho parse money that went to the
winner. 'ihe r.-c(?ding favorite, the
Marone ?Stable's Whisk, that opened at
odds-on to drift to 6 to 6, was perhaps
by far the be?t at the weights. But he
suffered from a senseless ride on the
part of Jim.T.y ButwelL
Batwell's Poor Judgment
This veteran knight of the pigskin
used up hi:* mount and himself in an
early dash that would have done credit
to John Gilpin himself. Butwell went
away a? if heading for tho end of a
three-quarters sprint. He raced at
breakneck ?peed awrfy out to a long
lead, and even after shaking the others
as far as ho pleased refused to rate his
mount. Up the "hill" of the back
?t retch he flew for the far turn, with
never a "breather" for hia laboring
Little H. Thomas, on the other hand,
took Tnftcr by the head and rated him
off his killing pace until he had scaled
San Jut*.!:. He was content grndually
to make up his disadvantage around
the turn til!, ?winging for home, Tufter
had moved up to Whisk's throatlatch.
A couple of cuts of the whip wakened
up the challenger sufficiently to put him
on even terms. It was not difficult
then for Tufter to race Whisk into
submission. Whisk had burned him?
self up in the first six furlongs and had
little left when challenged. Tho win?
ner was only galloping at the end,
Moze Goldblatt's Cherry Tree, the out?
sider, was outrun at first, but closed
resolut?!;.- through the stretch.
Though, the class of horses engaged
would not pan out to approved metro?
politan standards, Han.icapper W. S.
Vosburgh liad so skillfully adjusted
tho weights that unusually spirited
cornpe? it i:>n resulted. In four of the
six trials head finishes thrilled the
crowd, and in two of them the first
four thoroughbreds figured in real
blanket finishes. One of the very pret
tlest the program, when
Pud, Irish Pat, Noon Glide and Ghost
in the order named, swept down to th?
wire so closely hunched that none but
the judges could place them with real
certainty. The winner, Pud' and Noon
f?lale, which gor the show position
were coupled as the Murphy-Louis en?
try. Ghost, the second choice, was un*
doubter y pounds the best of the field
but suffered all the tough luck.
Ghost Gets Bad Break
An assistant starter, who had thi
colt by the head, failed to turn loosr
Ghost promptly with the springing' o
tho barrier. This swung Callahan';
mount sidewise toward tho outside o
the track. Ghost reared to nvoid a col
lision with o*hc on the outside. Whei
he settled and got .to running th
colt was at a disadvantage of mor
than r?x lengths. Forced to take th
overland all th? way. Ghost closei
resolutely after further interforenc
on the turn and was running muc
stronger than the others at the end.
Another pretty finish graced th
fifth, at a mile and seventy yard
Pibroch, King Albert and Buxom, i
order, scampered past the judges bai
inches apart. Tryon put up a boat
tiful ride on Pibroch, which Just laat-e
to win. Pibroch, though much the b?s
"Sunny Jim's" Five
Selections Go Over
TT is not often that "Sunny Jim"
Fitzsimmon? pay? much attention
to races In which the Qnincy Stable
colors are not represented. But yes?
terday, as he had to saddle no
horses, he spent the afternoon por?
ing over the dope bo that,a few of
his personal friends might be ad?
vised as to the means of collecting
As is usually the case In every?
thing that he attempts. Fits made
a huge success of It. He picked the
last rive winners in order and his
admirers boarded every one: Way?
ward Lady (7 to 1), Thomhedge (12
to 1), Tufter (9 to 5), Pibroch (4 to
1) and Bessie Leighton (3 to 1).
A $5 investment, parlayed on these
five, would have yielded the hand?
some return of $29,120.
was carried away wide around the pad?
dock turn and forced wide for the*
entire trip. Buxom, which was off,
poorly and was outrun through the
early stages, saved ground all the
way. King Albert ran an astonishing?
ly good race and was very prominent
from start to finish.
Team Leading Britons
LONDON, July 28.?The Harvard
Yale lawn tennis team led six matches
to three to-day at the close of the first
day's play of their two days' engage?
ment with Oxford-Cambridge at East?
bourne. Unless the home team puts up
considerably better form to-morrow
they will have little chance of avenging
last year's defeat when the American
universities were victorious at New?
port seven matches to six. Six sin?
gles and three doubles matches were
played to-day, the visitors carrying off
honors in four singles and two doubles.
In the singles L. E. Williams, of Yale,
the intercollegiate champion of the
United States, played the best game for
the visitors, beating C. Ramaswami, of
Cambridge, and All-India international
title holder, 6?1, 6?4. M. D. Horn, of
Cambridge, captain of the English team
playing well below his best form, lost to
H. Ingraham, of Harvard, 6?2, 7?6,
A. B. Gravem and P. M. Doxon, both
of Oxford, showed the best form of the
home team, the former beating Morris
Duane, Harvard, 5?7, 6?1, 7?5, and
the latter defeating K. Pfaffinan, of
Harvard, 8?6, 6?2. In the doubles the
only unsuccessful American pair was
. Duane and Ingraham, they losing tc
Ramaswami and Horn, 6?4, 3?6, 5?7.
Local Handball Players
To Meet Boston To-day
The team of handball players tha
| will represent New York in the inter
city match with Boston on the nev
I courts at Brighton Beach this after
noon was selected last night, after th?
finals In both divisions of the elimina
tion tournament were decided. Th
local team consists of William Sakmar
former national champion, *and Sar
Buxbaum, both of the Trinity Club
Walter Schwartz, of the Eastern Dis
[ trict Y. M. C. A- and Louis Meszaroi
of the Twenty-third Street Y. M. a A.
EMPIRE OTY*RACETRACK. JULY 2!??Weather Cl?sarj Track PMt
gT?4 nmr RACE?Oalmlitg; for two-year-old?; pun*. $l,18ttH_ Til* tMiiatA**. Pwt S:M| off
*,*rw ? H Sum had; won di-lrtna: pUoa ?Mini* Tun? ltO-S-8. Wt__?r, K a, by Wr?__-~Tb?o
tjf?r> _L Q~n??r, 8 JUnila, Trainer, at, J. M?_-phy.____________
wt. r.p St. 14 % fij Fin. jrce-hey. ?*>p?-?. Sigh. ?7*a?>M. Place. Bh.
?14 ?I'.il . 107 ?
622 Irlah Pat . US 1
h-64? -Noon (Hide .... 10T 8
f'S2? Ghoet . 109 8
7>9* Jennie a . 100 3
?14 I??__du? . J08?. 7
M?H Grar Bonnot _ 104 5
i ??: Bowie '
?OJLih-ii-i . 10'. '?S 4
UJtod 1.1 the bottine.
Pud ha'l hJ_ ?peed and tuna on better thaa usual,
her* wi>;i ta Noce uiiae held an well.
Irish Pat c-loaed with a ruab _r?_ would
G-ioRt wa? running -n~7 atroog at th* ?ad.
635 ' ' *',VT> RAC36?"Por fill!?? *M mare? thre? rear? old *nd upw?rd; purse, 81.1S_.59. Atx-wl
Rlx furl^es. I'r?s4t 2.77; off 8:01. Start good) ttod drtrlns; pi?? ?ame. Time. 1:00 1-5.
Winner ' urward !.n?,s Oivner and train?. M. Goldb'aU. _._
6i>4 Wayward lUuty .. let
(4?-) Jrute* . Ill
M? Mane Maxtra .
(502) Ki ? ? ?
,17'. ?";?'.. -:tie Mnrrooe 109
StK< Wm-hw.-ek .. ?
Jockey. <">p?w?. High. Clot.. Pia?. Sit
?H 5H ?'?? 8?
1% 1? S? 6?
i l^iilj- 4?r?a rarriwi wide ail throutrh tha stretch by Jjml??*?. but closed fast ?nd won
run. away, **jnae? was uwl up raclt.g C.thiaine Marrooe Into submission. Bobbed Hair ran a good
TTTTRI"? ItA'T**?Pe?'lng: for foui?-year-olda and upward: purse, $1,132.50., One mile and a
?juartor. Post 3 271; off 'i.2-4. Start good: WOO ridden out; placo drl?-lng. Tim?. 2:07 1-5.
. iv e.. It Orra?.iij]?>- MIi.ii. fM4T4w ant tramer. C K. Moore.
It. t<?4 .?tart?.
Wt, 1' P. St
Jockey. Open. High Cose. Pino*. Sh.
603* Th,:r-;!--'.e . 11??
SS??* Lord }le:i>ert ... : 7
617a Norniil . 107
030? Matas . 105
f-o.%? Ordarl-r l?5T
24 2'% SH 6?
E. Fator. ..
Ige ?tewed up fast wlier. called on and could Have woci easily, but Bruening took no
?di_n?e si . rode I m hard _11 through the last furiwu"-. J?t?rd Herbert wa? beat of th? other?.
Normal had r;t> mrjv;. ?aiu w_? In tight quart ara going to th? first turn.
FOrilTH ruT,-K?ir thre*-y??ar-,>'d3 a-nd upward ; purse, $1,632.5?. On? mile and setentj
jarli Pi*t 8:4?; off 350. Start g?xx.l; won eaallj ; p!a??e driving. Time. 1:44 1-5. Wln
bia (., tn- Ma.Mo?.a!d I? ? Rim? iv-itpon. Crvnm. H. Altcrman. Troinsr, B? Sle*U?..
fin. ,lock?>. frpen Hl?h. Cioae. Pia?. Sh.
?5941 Tafle* _.'. 3?^ 2 1 2^ 2*" H 1**. Thomaa.... S-^
BIDS *W__* . ?20 S $ 1? 1? 2? 2H Butweil_ 4-6
025 Cherry T->? ._ __ } ?2 1 3 " S S Mrnia. 4 B 4 1_?
Tu;-.!-/- ?Ry ofr thn 9ae? ur.tu well In the atreU-h. whees?,lie went to the front Mid won ?4th
pi*nty to apa.-i>. tfbigk hiid uotUlng lctf when let ?l??-n. (Therrjr Tree dos??d faat.
g3& "nrni ?WBf}~9ea t!.rt?e-ye_r-alda and upw?_rd; purae. (1,132.50. On? mil? and aetwity
v*'? rants Post 4 77: off 4:9t. ??t?xrt gr-od; ?roa drt?1ng; p?a? ?ame. T!m?, 1:W. Winner.
b g, tn >1 ?i-^CT.a'd 11?Moi.lT. ??irr.er, T. K Sw-4. TVal-'ior. T. C. Friable._
??> \ 4-1 :i. Jtxftey. Optp.-Hlgh. Cloee. Piace. Bh.
\V? i'.P. St
tat* Ptbroc? . tes lo
5fM King Aibe-rt _ 113 8
r.ri?? Buxom '. ?S 8
MS Faye?o . 91 9
e,2* Druromond . 3'*? *??
611 Bnrn?ii s . IOS 6
W -.-h- .-.. 308 2
K-<^:li Venlli* ,.10i 4
Q . 18* IJt
- Ace?. 130 T
T-acej . 109 13
?Yaxik Water? ... ?-i 1
>*rinrrf?-or:r.? . IM
1 1* 2?
Left at th? poet
J h Trron.. 4
2"? JeJley. g
S? f-M!IL-k... 10
4'? Taylor. S
5? * Hammond.. 4
6? Moert?. /?O
TH Poo!. 89
8'5 Gantner_ ?0
t? Bell. 13
IC*? Parke.. 80
11*? McAle*_ 3
?-lbroch. s';?w to get going, caoeed faat thnnjgh
ftaxmn in th<" flaal iirl*e. J&ng A7l?ert ran an ?at
b*<* c_ the first turn, but 4-_n?9d vary strong.
th? las' quarter and outgiuDed Klag ??b?rt and
ceUaoc nu?. Fayoile wa? abut oil" and knocked
C">Q t,I7S7TH: RACE?Selling; for two-i~?r-^)lda: purae. $3,132.50.
00^ 4 45; off 4 49.
Tire ar.d a italf furkmg-. Post
Wait good; won drtiing; place aanv?. Tim?, 1:07 8-5. Winner, eh. f., by
Moore. <">wT?er ?ind trainer. K. Boseaehre.
Wt PJP a
Jockey. Open. High. doae. Place. Bh.
it'.jt B?e-le UriahtOQ.. 3'.?t I 1 4* 4? 24
- Pwu Oorda .... P9 2 8 2H 2"-? 1"
f.;,.: pater Bt .. 7f-7* ? 4 iVt'l* l"
#10a rhK_? and Drah?s 3 0?, 5 2 8? 8' 4?
? ill "mount Take All I "> 1 ? 6? 5? S1*
:,m4 -?-^ir.r..- . id? 4 a e ?*i 6
1*- l4i_rt_.. 3
?'M, Pool. ?-?
34 Tryon- 8
4? MeAr-*?.... 4
.'.?? Thomas..., 10
6 Parke.. 10
led ?n Uu
??-i ?r->vtnd on th? hmn? ta m, etood a drt?? e*t**??3/ and i-art l??to<l Punta
Oer.ia ?a_i wide _t Uu? head of th? ?trote!, but a*_*od wltls a ruah and ?mud her? se?, ta ?_
?Mer 4_r___ Pewr Brov. ?tax after uinU-c tor iuee-.
Two Winners in
Driver Also Figures in
Spill in 2:06 Pare Rate
at Grand Circuit Track
COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 28 (By The
Associated Press).?Delayed two hours
on account of a heavy shower at 2
o'clock, racing on the final day's pro?
gram of the midsummer Grand Circuit
meeting was not concluded until almost
nightfall. Four class events made up
O. P. Erskine won two of the four
races and figured in a spill in the 2:06
pace besides. He piloted Arnold Frisco
to victory in the 2:14 trot and Signal
Peter in the 2:10 trot. Driver Berry,
behind Parker Boy, collided with
Charlev Sweet's bike In turning to
score for the third heat of the 2:06
pace and Erskine was thrown to tho
Beyond some scratches he was un?
injured. The pacer, although unhurt,
was drawn for tho fourth heat, and'
Erskine turned Arnold Frisco over to
Stokes for the final heat of the 2:14
After the concluding heat the judges
made announcement of their decision
on the Valentine-Cox incident of
Wednesday, when the former hit Cox
and his horse McGregor the Great with
a whip after the filial heat of the 2:08
trot. Mr. Cox requested that Mr. Val
entire be "let off easy, as it was a per?
sonal matter." The judges placed Val?
entine on his good behavior, without
fine or suspension.
2:10 TROT? THREE HBATS?PURSE,
Slfjnnl Peter, b. h., bv Peter the
Great (Erskine) .:... 1 1 1
Holly Rood Hilda, b. m.. by Peter
Volo (McMahon) . 2 2 2
Dottle Day, b. m.. by Morgan Ax?
worthy (McDonald) . 3 3 3
Bob Bin, b. g, by Kerjolla (Mor?
rison) . 6 4 4
Louis ?Je Lopaz, eh. m . by Kln
ney de Lopaz (Armstrong)..., 4 G 5
Baka, Uhlan Brooke and Frederick K.
also Btarted. Time, 2:07>.*,, 2:08>4, 2:11?4.
2.06 PACE-THREE HEATS?PURSE.
Jackson Gratton, b. h., by Solon
Uratton (Cox). Ill
Edna Early, blk. m.. by The Wol?
verine (Thomas) . 2 2 2
Trampsafe, ro. h., by Trampfast
(Stokes) ...".. 3 10 3
Parker Boy, b.? g., by Forrest
King (Berry) .r. . . . 9 3 &
Wanda May, g. m., by Ashland
Casse'.l (Palln) . 5 4 g
May Belle, Direct, Peter Brooke, Char?
ley Sweet, Baby Glnter and Minerva Gen?
try also atarted. Time, 2:03 V;, 2:03'_,
2:1*4 TROT?THREE HEATS?PURSE,
Arnold Frisco, br. g., by San
Francisco (Ersklne-Stokes) .... 1 1 1
Mary P., gr. in., by Border
Knight (McDonald) .?. 3 2 4
Topsy Todd. blk. m., by Jim Todd
(Morrison) . E 7 2
Harry Hawker, ro. g., by Borde
lon (Whltehead) . 2 10 i
The Great Fig Deaf, b. ni . by
Peter the Great (Cox-Horan) . . . . 11 6 3
Mojolla, Laddie Boy, Alice G. Forbes,
Carlos Patch, John Spencer and Henry C.
also started. Time. 2:10?.4, L'.09Vi. 2:08 4.
2:10 PACE?3 HEATS?PURSH, $3,000
Lady Heir, b. m., by Minor Heir
(Whltehead) . 2 1 1
Jakle O'Connor, b. g., by Barney
O'Connor (Cartnal) . 1 2 4
Daisy Pointer, b. m , by Star
Polntef jr. (Morrison) . 3 4 2
Little Gratton, b. g., by Bratton
McGregor (Doyle) . 4 I ?
Harlos Damon, ch. g., by Charley
Hoyt (Perry) . G 6 5
Worthy Dolly also started.
Time, 2:06i4.? 2 :0 (i V* : 2:09'i.
R. H. E.
Buffalo ... 520 203 00 0?10 8 0
Toronto ...202 2 20 01 0? ? 13 4
Batteries: Mohart. Werre ajid Rengough;
Connally Townsend and Fisher.
R. H. E.
BufTalo .... 0 3 0 3 1 0 2?7 13 0
Toronto .... 0 0 1 2 0 0 2?5 7 1
Seven Innings: called by agreement.
Batteries: Fisher and Urban; Taylor and
. AT SYRACUSE
n. h. E.
Rochester. 028 000 00 2?12 16 3
Syraouae.. 100 230 00 0? 6 7 6
Batteries: Wlsner and Lake; Dubuc
Montgomery and Vick.
Several Young Home-Bred Pros
Have Fine Records This Year
John Farrell, Winner of Recent Tournament at Shaw
nee, Is Under 300 in Four Meets; Gene Sarazen
and George Kerrigan Also Showing Up Well
By Ray McCarthy
In the course of a discussion on golf nt Pinehufst, N. C, early last
spring, one noted golf critic said: "Our home-bred professionals, with the
exception of Hagen, have not done anything. A few years ago several
showed promise, but they have never fulfilled the promise."
We remarked that several youngsters?-?;
were appearing on the golf horizon
who showed all the earmarks of cham?
pions. Having seen Sar.i7.en, Leo
Diegel, young George Kerrigan and
John Farrell and one or two others in
action during the winter season and
having noted their brilliant perform?
ances, we could not but feel that t*hey
?were on their way. But the critic was
unconvinced and remained skeptical.
These youngsters, moreover, show no
signs of faltering. They are winning
their share of laurels "this season and
Sarazen, in this his third year out, has
captured tho national open champion?
ship, in addition to the many prizes he
won last winter. George Kerrigan, al?
though he did not do much at Skokie,
came through at Springfield, Mass., re?
cently winning tho state open meeting
there with the remarkably low score
Fine Record for Steady Golf
And now comes Farrell with a fine
victory in the Shawnee open tourna?
ment. This lad has been due for such
a triumph all season. For in every
tournament he has played in this year
he has been under 300. We venture tc
say no other professional in the coun?
try can produco a record for steadj
golf that is quite as good as that.
Farrell did not go South this sea
son until the North and South tourna?
ment at Pinehurst. He had had n<
practice and reported with an injure?,
foot. He was at a distinct disad
?vantage and withdrew at the end of th<
first day's play.
B'_t those two rounds served to pu
? him into condition for tho tournament
! at Washington and at White Sulphu
! Springs. He finished second in eacl
| of these meetings. Early in the sprini
i at Grassy Sprain a one-round profes
sional meet was held and Farrel
finished second. Later in a simila
.tournament at Wykagyl, he was thin
| with a score of 149. At Skokie h
?finished in the money with 299; las
? week at Siwanoy he finished second i
??the P. G. A. qualifying round with 14?
?and at Shawnee he le-d the field wit
Average Is 73 Per Round
He has played some twenty-on
| rounds in competition since earl
?spring and has nn average1of approx
| mately 73 per round.
His summary of the season's play t
! date is as follows:
Washington . 69 75 77 78?2:
? White Sulphur . 72 72 71 75?2:
i Grassy Sprain . 75 ?
Wykagyl . 73 76 '?1
Skokie . 73 76 75 76?2
P. G. A., Siwanoy. 73 73 ?3
Shawnee . 76 72 73 67?2
Average, 73 plus.
In addition to these scores Farre
has been under 70 playing in varioi
informal matches in this vicinity i
less than eight times. He had a ?
i at Inwood recently, 67 at Siwanoy, >
! at Fairview, 07 at Pompnok, 68 at Sk
, kie, 69 at Washington, 67 at Shawn
?and 67 at Quaker Kidge.
Of course,'Farrell, Sarazen and Ke
| rigan cannot produce any records li
?those of Barnes, Hujajjhison and Hage
| but it must be remembered these bo
i are mere youths as yet, being on
i twenty-one years old each. The poi
I is that in our opinion this trio h
I shown enough this season to encoura
j their admirers in tho belief that th
i are well on their way to succeed Am?
ica's brilliant triumvirate when it se
I fit to retire.
Kerrigan Is Leading in
Canadian Golf Tourney
MONTREAL, July 28. Tom Kerri?
gan, of the Siwanoy Club, Mount
Vernon, N. Y., with a cord of 148, led
the field in the Canadian open golf
championship when the half-way mark
was reached to-day. Kerrigan played
steadily over the thirty-six holes, tak?
ing the lead from Eric Bannister, of
Winnipeg, on the thirty-fifth green.
Bannister hail a card of 1130.
Tom McNam?ira, another Siwanoy
player, was *?n third place with 1ii3,
while L. Watrous, of Bedford, Mich.,
and Nicol Thompson, Canadian pro?
fessional title-holder, were tied for
fourth position with cards of 154. C. D.
Grier, former amateur champion of
Canada, end Jack Gordon, of Buffalo,
were next with 155. ,
Albert Murray, of Montreal, finished
with 156, and cards of 157 were turned
in bv T. Canausa, of West Ppint, N.
Y.; S. W. Ling.ird, of St. John, N. B.;
Robert MeKelsey, of Montreal, and
George McLean, of New York.
Empire City Entries
FIRST RACE?The Arbutus Purse: two
a> year-olds; selling; five and a half fur?
S98' n's Daughter.. 109i 622' Mnnnnlclla _101
B28? R.memlatlnn .1011 471 Wl!ke*,-Barre ..104
(tel) 11. of Kino R..109? 62* Martini .304
3R0 Cork 133m .. .309' ? Pompimi .101
SECOND RACE?The Xaugatuck Purse;
three-year-old? and upward; Belling;
mile and a sixteenth r
C29 Cabalan .104,' H?? "Hard GiieM .. 0!)
020 M. A. Xoonaii. .107 62!?' Matinee Idol ..110
C191 Kt. ITeatlfer_109 (-628) Aluon. .Ill
626' Huyal Jester . .. 104! 623' "Tirri Buttons. . 106
623' Uucsada.101 ? 608 "Henry U . 1)9
THIRD RATE?The Cosmopolitan Hanrtl
cap; all ageg; about six furlongs:
80S? ?Dnmlnimo _1201 55? J/Kffajm . 97
632 tWlSfliono .100 013 Ararat . P7
005' Ton Rose,.13(i! 613 Kast Vlaw . 98
tAllles Stablo entry.
FOURTH RACE ? Th? Mount Vernon
Handicap; ?4.000 added; throe-year-olds
and** upward; mile:
612? On Watrh .120!
825' Galaiitnian .102'
C23 Braro .113
818' Jaiuii'liar . 98
OU? Ran Boiling ... 98
-- Pr. Clark .110
07' Cap? Aleoek . ,.117
upward; mile and
628? Rose?:* II.114
558 Kori?t Lore ...3 34
? Rayol ...*.Ill
? Thn Colonel ...114
524 Blui.mont .114
816 Iirtrtwrxxi .111.
628' R'moiidatlon . .111!
? HIkIi Com .114
472 Spot Cosh .134
000 Fulton .114
034 Gray Bonnet . ..311
621' Bayonet .114
?? Plttston .314
pounds apprentice allowance
(YONKERS & MT. VERNON)
SIX STIRRING CONTESTS
$7,000 Mount Vernon
Arbutus Pur????The Xuiigutuck
Edgewater Purse?Adieu Purse.
FIRST RACE AT i:M) P. M.
Special Race Train? TO-DAY leave
Grand Central Terminal. Harlem Divi?
sion, at 1:20 and 1:40 R. M. Regular
trains to Mt. Vernon at short interval.?!
from 11:35 to 2:40 P. M?AU trains
stop at 32.r.th St. Also via Lexington
und Jerome Ave. Subway, or West
Farms Subway to Mott Ave., transfer?
ring to Jerome Ave. Subway, or via 6th
rind 9th Ave. "L" to Jerome Avo. Sub?
way, thenco by trolley from Woodlawn
ADMISSION? GRAND STAND, $3.85
The large plant shown above is the Peter LyalX property and the smaller
plant shown in inset at left is the Munitions and Machinery, Ltd., property..,
Two Canadian Industrial Plants
will be sold by the United States Government
at AUCTION in Montreal
SEPTEMBER 5, 1922
Terms of Sale
Peter Lyall Construction Co.
Twenty per cent (20*?.)
cash at time of sale; balance
In 5 years, at 5,per cent.
Ltd.. Plant :
Thirty per cent (30%) cash
at time of sale; balance In 2
years, at 5 per,cent. Pur?
chasers will be rmjulred to
give ample eecurlty to cover
deferred payments. Deeds
will be executed by the Roval
Trust Co., of Montreal, trus?
tee for the United States of
Roth propertlea to be apil?
as ?a." without rruaranty as
?.Th? government reserves
the right to reject any or all
THESE plants are situated in and
Rear the city of MoRtreal: Both
are admirably adapted to the needs
of any progressive manufacturing
concern. Each has an ample rail?
road siding connecting with the
FACTS ABOUT THE TWO PLANTS
leading Canadian systems, street car
serviee and concrete highways from
Montreal to the plants. One has
splendid harbor facilities on the St.
Lawrence river, and the other is
about half-mile from the river.
Peter Lyall Conat'n Co. Plant Mun?ii-?. ja* . .
munitions and Machiner** I *A di
Situated on St. Lawrence River . thr__ ?ai.. -,. . . TJa-.UT, riant
Situated on St. Lawrence River, three miles
from center of Montreal.
Sidings connect with Canadian Pacific.
Canadian Northern and' Grand Trunk Rail?
Channel 25 feet deep permita loading ocean
Four buildings of steel, brick and concrete,
built in May. 1918. Main building (two
story), 184.448 bo. ft.; forge building, 42,328
sq. ft.; electric and power building, 20,400
eq. ft., and heat tre?tlng building, 13,176
sq. ft. Floor load, 3ljp-40? lbs. a?sq. ft.
To bo fold "as Is," on premises, September
?. 10 A. M.
Gran,in|rrknP?l8n^yh8 Canadia" **-?*> and
RPlant about half mile from St. Lawrence
. three-story main building, with one
and two story additions; brick; 42,000 ?q. ft.
floor. Floor load, 250-300 lbs. a sq. ft.
To be sold -as la," on premises, September
8, 3 P. M.
All figures on both plants are approximate.
WRITE FOR FREE BOOK
A large pnospectus containing floor-plans, photos and full data on these
two plants will be sent on request. Communicate at once with
QUARTERMASTER GENERAL, U. S. ARMY, or GERTH'S REALTY EXPERTS, Auctioneer?,
Bldaj., Washington. D. C, 101 *iVa-st 42nd St.. New York
j '? A.?Z7TTI1*y\mi**\iti\l!fArr-rr'
I xi 11 is&tBSSSStsLWfmm^ -
Daily. Includlni Sunday, f?"" KJ"fi*"*?
Point, ('_fklll. ??????on and Alh?y:
Btsirner lonvm Desbrosees St., 9.-0 a. j ??
IV I'M 4?i 9-20 A M : W 129th Bt . ?_*?*?
day but Saturday.) #>*"""*c* f**L Albany
tlonS. All mil ticket? New York to AIO??ny
nn.i Albany to New for? accepts i
Dally, Including s?n,U.r. for ?"-"??*' Men?.
Kiln. ftVest Point (except *u'"'*1^.' +"\vTu
b.ii-Bli and tl'o.iKliko.p-..?;. Str. Da .-? '
Daily except Siin.lny, for fBrnr ?Mnnn
tain. ?W/tmt Point nnil tNevrbtirgh (Al?v>
Ponrhbeepslfl ?atnrdaj* O?ly?) _ ?"_' a' '
leavte Deibrosaes St., ?MO A. M.; W. ?a
Pt , ?1-00 A. M.; W, 129th St., 9.20 A. J?..
VonUers. l?."**) A. M.
Saturdays only?for t???'a^?S_?
tUW l'oint an?* fNewbuiVgh. Sty. ?il"'
Fulton leaves D<**?broMeeSt .*.??*"? ?**"*?*
*W. 42d ?St, t : r. 0 P. M.: W. 129th St.. -, '?
P. M?; Tunkerf?. 2:4 ?"? P. M
?Sundays only-JTor tBear Mooniaia
?Nev.bureh ?n?l +Pou_liUeep??le. ??**?
Washington Irrin?. leaves Desbroase? St.,
0:30 A. M. , ,_
tRetum ntenmer same day frnrn pointa
marked I*. Daylight Savin?? Time.
Round Trip Rates: -New Vork to Bea?
Mountain. ?1.15: .Veit Point, ?1.25; V*
burgh, $l.r>n? Ponghkeepsle, s:;oo; K?nan
ton Point. $3.01?; ?"'?.(??kill. $1.00; Hudson.
$4.25; Albany, $5.85.
Dien! One-Day Ontings.
Further Information at Dewbrosse? Street
I'ler, New Vork. Tel. Canal 0300.
Bear Mountain, West Point,
Newburgh and Return
Palatial Day I.ln<? Flyer
Music Restaurant Lun<-^i Room
Leaves Desbrosses St., 1 : no P. M.;
W. 42<1 ?St., 1:60 P. M.; AV. 129th St..
2:10 P. M. ; ?onkers. 2:40 P. M. Re
turning if? von ?ewburgh r, :45 P. At.
?i-.ir Mountain 6:30 P. M, fur Yonkers
;md New York. Daylight Saving "Time.
Telephone! ''ana! '<7!00
T\Hudson TT River
DESBROSSES ST. PIER. SEW YORK
Cape Cod and New Kngland Points
Dally Service All Year Round
Concerts Afternoons and Evenings
Lv. Pier H, N.J^Fulton St., 5.30 P. M.
NEW BEDFORD LINE?To New
Bedford and the Islands of Marthas
Vineyard and Nantiicket Steamers
leave weekdays on'.v from Pier 40,
N. R? foot of Houston St.. COO P. ?M.
NEW LONDON LINE?Lv. Weekdays
only. Pier W^.R^Jioustori St .,5.30 P.M.
All Schedules Daylight Saving Time
Reduced rutes on autom.obtles when ac?
companied by passenger.
Dally Sailing? from Plor 32. N. R., foot
Canal 8t, S P. M. (DayllBht Savlntj Time);
Wctt 132nd 8t.. 6-30 P. M. Duo Albany t>
o'olook following morning. Dlrert rail oon
neotlon? to all point? North, East and West.
EXPRESS FREIGHT 8ERVICE?Autos Carried,
shipment? received for -Jbauj-. Troy and points
on th? Delaware & Hudson H. R. mid Bosten
4 Maine R. R ToL Canal 8000.
HUDSON NAVIGATION COMPANY
Mlddleton ?. Borland, Receiver.
Via Cape Cod Canal
?Connectin? at B<*Mston for Portland,
Kocklaiid, Ha rigor, St. John, SL U",,
Yarmouth, ti. S.
Steamer leaves Pier 1&, N. R., (fix? of
Murray St. ) New York daily, indurilns
Sunday3, at 5 P. M. (Daylight Saving
Time). Telephone Barclay 5000.
EASTERN S. S. LINES
Soljediil?? for SATURDAY, ,1(1,1' 29
PI?* 1. N. R. ?Coney Island
4:15 lrll:2.** 5:25
I): It) 3:80
:>. : 15
Trips lHitrUci! f ?I?) not stop at Pier 1 NI
ROCK A WAY BEACH
LT? ?.' ?8? St* I ?ier l? N* R* i '"ofhaway
l? :.10A.M. 10:15 A.M. ? 2:10 I'M
1:15 P.M. I 2:15 P.M. , 5:40 P.m'
TELEPHONE WHITEHAIX 1270
Steamer Deji*htfui trip of 150
?. , j n , "iHes on L. 1. Sound.
KlCnard reck 2Iusic, Refreshments.
Lv. Pier 40, N. H? Houston St., 9:30 A M
Return due New York, Pier 40, 9-00 P m'
M,Tp.'??,tlmo, *5.r ?"Khtseeing In New Haveni
tno city of Elms.
Round Trip Tickets S 1.50
On ?ule Sunduy only at the pier
SIGHT S?eFnQ YACHTS
All Around New York
? "TOUR?ST" JA?
NEAR SOUTH FERRY
10:30 A.M., 2:30 P.M. ^?'^s
To Sandy Hook & Ocean 1:30 P. ?VI.
SIGHT SEEING TRIP
Around Manhattan Island Dally.
&.'??*?. STR. "GENERAL MEIGS"
_T8i_W_.42*' St* l0r? A- M- 2:3? r- M.. Pier
?' -7\ K-.?n?xt ?? th0 "Aquarium," Batter?
Park), 11 A. M., 3 P. M. I.ECTVRKB
-??0]l?r.S-?_?LMENTS- Tei- Bowlln? Oreen, S??
TO CHARTER FOR MOONLIGHT BXCUR8I0N?
YOUR SUNDAY TRIP
SAIL up the Hudson
A glorious day's fun out. in the op^n
1 ?jr. Cool sail on the spp.rklincr rlu.J"'- I
with ample time to visit fiewburgn
|or Orange Lake rark or ride up fa?
mous Mt. Beacon. Palatial steamer
"BENJ. B. ODELL"
Mask Rettauranl Lunchroom
ROUND TRIP? __..
i,!-*..-* FRANKLIN ST., !? A. M.i_W. 12!Rh
St ?*|S A. M., rain or ?time.
CENTRAL HUDSON UNE
DAY EXCURSIONS TO
The Playgrour. ..
boats, Dancing Pavilion and Picnio
Qroves ARK KHKK.
Beautiful Stini'- Motor Tripa and
Cafeteria Service at popular price?.
Famous I'.<*ar Mountain Inn Din
r?<*rH ?erved ;> ! ?1.75.
Fust *>ir ,,**j,r_.n| ?i.vs. Batterr Dally ">?
s,,.,.;?iitr. biermont ?-,- i ..-i s*. ? ?
EXTRA TRIP Tue?.. Wed?. * Thnrt?.
Stead Steamer "ONTEORA" leav i? PIER
A, NORTH RIVER (Adjoining Battery
Sta-el Str. -'ONTKOKA" Lva PIER
A, North River (adjoining Battery
Park), 1:30 I'M ; W. 132d ?St.. 2:18 P M.
Sunday Morning ^laiw0^"4"
Steil Steamer "HIGHLANDER."
Lvh. W. 129th St. 9:4f> A. M.
Str. '*( I.WUIOVT"
i. Pier A. North River (ufljoininic Hat?
ten- Park). 1:,10; H. 132d St., 2:18 P.M.
DAHnrfTrin Weekday? 60c. Children .'?o<-.
nOliriU I IIP .?uriM. & Hoi?. Si- < hildren 00c.
Refreshment?, Mualc, Dancing.
Pali>?aflf-i Ii?t<'r??tate Park Commlsalon.
Flume??: Bowling Green 7.*>85-707.'5.
PROVIDENCE ? 3.60
tSUaiaier li&aes Pier 33, X. li. (Ft. W. Haut
ton Bi.1, WMidays ?j.<i Sundijr? at ?36 P. mi.
(DajUa-t Buhm Tim?).
All Ojui.;? Stateroom*.
PHONE CANAL 1600.
To Atlantic* Highlands, New Jersey.
COOL SAIL. DANCING/ GOOD ML'rflC.
Lvs. Battery, *'J:30 A. M. 1:30 & 8 P. M.
Daylight Saving Time ("Trip Omitted Mon.).
CARNIVAL NH.HT, TIES., AK,l ST 1
Direction of HARRY MOSS
Fir-.- 50c e-cb way. T* 1. Bruaut 7 - ;
Worcester, )4.56. Providence direct, $3 0?.
bXATEROOM.S, $1.50. S2.25 _: $3.00?Dally
and Sunday ? 4;30 V. M., Etandard time.
From Pier 19. E. It. Phone ,700 Be-ruma?
Ticket? at pier cr Consolidated Tick?: Gf_c?e
T E R S T A T E P A R K
By Dyckman St. Ferry.
New Bathing Reach. Fan
LAUREL ,V. PIKES
Lakewood, N. J.
Open During Summer, 1922
Golf, Tennis, Riding, Garage
! SUPREME COURT, NEW YORK COUNTY
| ?GEORGE P. BAKALAS, Plaintiff,
[against SOCRATES MOSCAHLADES and
GEORGE MOSCAHLADES. Individually
and as co-partners doing business under
the firm name and style of MOSCAHLADES
BROTHERS. Defendants. Summons.
To the above named Defendants:
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to an?
swer the complaint In tbia action and to
serve a copy of your answer, or, if the
complaint is not served with this sum?
mons, to serve a notice of appearance en
the prsintlff's Attorneys within twenty
days after the service of thle summons,
exclusive of the day of service, and In case
of your failure to appear or answer, judg?
ment will be taken against you by default
for the relief demanded in the complaint.
Dated, New York, May 31 1222
SHEARMAN '& STERLING,
Attorneys for Plaintiff, 65 Wall Street
New York City.
To GEORGE MOSCAHLADES:
The foregoing summons is served upon
you by publication, pursuant to an order
of Hon. PHILIP J. McCOOK, a Justice of
the Supreme Court of the State of N?w
York, dated the 6?.h ?lay of July, 1922 and
filed with the complaint in the office of the
Clerk of the County of New York at the
County Court House, in the Borough of
Manhattan, City, County and State of New
Dated, New York. July 7 l'i*>2
SHEARMAN & STERLING.
Attorneys for Plaintiff, 55 Wall St Bor
ough of Manhattan. New York City
Dixville Notch, N. H
Seven Miles from Canai-ltsn Borda
Tha. r^fr of Whit? Mountain p,??.
fireproof hotel anega* ???.. tor -,..,, '
location?among mainric hinR L? ^
fal Inker? of ?cenlC New I la rrp.^' ?**?,???
Bt 18 hoi? gOlf liri^r Fl-^hlT, ' ?*'
outdoor and Indoor amusement? nZj*
?iva clientele. Cuisine anal ?eme. 51?
h-aaed. Attractive rate?. Ot?. .?T*
Garden City Hotel
Garden City, Long inland, N y
OPEN ,' :.!. THE YEAR. ' *
J. J. LANNIN CO.
?w F.n?r1??nd Hie Vn-atlon t*n4
Magn'tWrr? Scenery, J>~--^-...
Climate. Gaxxl Home? ??ceer?
? na a- gi ?at ReaorU mot.
ern City Rotel? or* Way it*? in-,
Rend for fr*e Illustrated roa/i
man- In color?. mihll_ti_? i_
THE IDEAL TOUR j*T
_ ,- ?ILF4
rbrough New Eng ... , -T^^
land. Ro ??? ? r'- ?..-....
U80 B * , o^'w'^
bury, Conn. '? "Ma*,
?SPRING lake hkuh, -.TT
THE ESSEX AND SUSSEX
Spring Lake Beach, N. J
\ Resort Hofe) ?T DkrtiBeti*/? .wri?ti,
Dlreetlr ob the Ocean. EacoS2S3?
C. 8. K'<???,', Man??.,
By-tha>-S?i. --..Krie J.nke riearh *f i
Aiha-riran J'lan. *??> per Day ' '
Pl.cn?. 780 Sprla* lake
BEACH HAVEN, N. i
3 HOI f: DIRE4 T TRAIN lERvirr
to BEACH HAVEN, N.j
Hotel Baldwin ?and? The Eagleji?,
MUford, V.r.-, Ca Pi. U
Hon.' ? a_d
R- R . 3JX_LET.
DELAWARE it ATES CAP
Leading Imrf-i. Capacity SM Own ?fe?
tter. High, cool to ation. Go.f, T_m
Saddle Horses. - ting Or.im
tra? Dancing. . an, tins a j
carte irrill. Write for booklet, ?at? -r>i
and Special 1122 Rate? Johr. Pardy Cep
SUPREME i OUR7 NEW VOBSODORT
?PAXTEi'iv: . EUJt oaBajrr
Plainti?. against PETF! Kl'M 3A.SXS]
& TRUST - 0M1 ANY S A., L*-if*_i__.
To the Above Named r<*i-rr.dast:
Yo-j are hereby sun.:-: ined to amr* the
complaint in this act . and ?_ terv* i
copy of your answer. -. If Ih) laMljililnl
is nor. served with this ?j^iam. te arr?
a notice o? appe i n *..*? iMat-Tl
attorney within cwnty day? after tie ?er. ?
ice of this summons, exclB?ra*? of the isy
rvlce. In ^ - - failure to t>
or answer, judgment will be Ukn
against you- by default for the relief t_
manded in the complaint
Take r.?-?;c~, tha: upan your failure 1?
appear herein, Judgmeat ?-ill be Ub
u ?' r Five Thousand Dol?an
($5.000) with Int? rest fr .-. Um Utfe lay :?'.,
May. 1922, togethei with the cost? of thlrJ
Dated, July : -ru. 1922. ]
BBT H WOMACK.
Attorney ? r P a : -.fr. Office and Pe*
office Addreaa, .r. . Bn>?i
way. Borough o? Manhattan. New Y?Hl
To Petroleum Banking <_ Trust Co-^ip??,
The : in - on? is served ?flr?B
you by rubl'.caiion. pursuant to an ?if*
of the H n Edward R Pinch. Juat?e? ?*.'
the Supreme Court, P-.n'.e and County is'
New York, dated July II, :?.:. aid ?_**:"
with the -. the office ?f ti"
Clerk of the County cf New Tori, ?t tha
County Ccurt House, In the Boroern *'?
Manhattan, C ty, County and State oi X**
Dated, N-w York. July II, !M1
EGBERT H. ?TOrX-CK.
Attorney fcr Plaint:*!
----,,-, r-\ <
CITY COURT OE THB CTW OP >"E*
YORK?JACOB FTNKSLS7EIN ?Ml --'
BERT I. FINKEL-STEIN. te-partaert 4??
ir.g businese under the firm ??y
style of Jacob F:r.ke!?te.'n * Bon. ?*??
tiffs, aajalr-st LOUIS KAPLAN. indiv.dTtt.y
a?.id as sole executor under the .??t ?r...
and testament of Abr?m or Abraham i?J
'.an, Deceased. Deier.dant?_?._.....,
TO THE ABOVE NAMED DE.-*_NDA>
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED -S
answer the complaint In tb'e action ?J?
serve a copy of your ?-?wer. or, .1 -?
?"complaint la not served wf.o thl? ?w*?*
to serve a nctlce of app?araa<? <? *-?
Plaintiffs' attorney within TEN Hi) daji
after the servi-? cf this i-immor.? ?H
yo?j. exclusive cf the day of ??r-ie?. ?"
case of vour failure to appear or **?_??*
judgment will be taken as??-? J'0" 9/.."Z
fault for the relief demanded in .?? ???*
Dated. New York, May 9,1?*
Attorney for PlalntltTa No- -i- Bowe.r.
Manhattan. Ne?x York City.
TO LOUIS KAPLAN. Defendant'
The foregoing luramom is ??rved ?.
you bv publication pursuant to aa jt*v
cf the Hon. Alexander Frr^ellte. oa?; e. ??
Jtiatlcee of this Court, dated the w?
of June. 192-, and filed wrth the -to?^.
in Rie office of the Clerk of the^"*Lii,.
of the City of New Tork. ?t ?h? Vgl
stone Building. No. S2 Chambers ?auw
Boro of Manhattan, City of N*w
^Taie of N '?'. Fork.
June 24. 19?2. _-?.rv
Attorney for Plaintiffs. Office ??
P. O. Address. 42 Bowery. Mans*
tan. N. Y. C _
"What Is The Sailing Dater
Let's see?you reach for your morning Trib?
une, run your finger down a column of the
pipping and Travel Guide?there it is!
"Singapore, July i5th, S. S. Sea Horse."
It is just as easy as that to find the sailing
aates of steamers for all the principal ports
ot the world, including coastwise routes,
?kvery day m the?
Shipping 6 Travel Guide