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THE SUN,' TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1912.
OWNERSHIP OF PHILLIES
imp ft's Syndicate
orrivit A ROUT $050,000
XiiiiH's (if Aspirants to Bo Kept
Secret l'n less Transaction
1 4 Successful.
v new ileal In on for thn purchase
of tin' 1'lill.nltlphiu Niitlon.il League club.
A Nnv v, i K syndicate, through un agent,
imitiiutilcutlon with a man In
,1m vi-strrdity, said man having
f t until. irll, It was mikl, from
I i s l Talt to swing thn ileal. Accord-
f . Iiifoi niiitloti learned by Tub
i .hi, the deal Includes the rule of
tub's slock together with the prop
I upon which the Philadelphia bull park
, located, u ml the total sum Involved Is
net far fiom i 6x0,000. I
The property was purchased two years
tKu hy .Mm. C. 1". Tart for 1280,000, and
1 Ions teim lease was granted to the ball
eluli at a rental of J IS, 000 u year. It
In ttnilorsttsiil thut Mr.". Tuft Is anxious
to cell and that .Mr. Taft has Included
tlie nroperty In his offer to dispose of his
liol.ll Thn nanus of the men who
inKn ii)t the syndicate will not bo made,
known unless the cluh Is sold. It was
aid that something definite would be
r ule public within the next twenty-four
)oits Those who are directly Interested
in the ttunsactlon said last night that
l Taft had taken thn affairs of the
Philadelphia club out of the. bands of
riiililetit Fogel, but this could not bo
.leiTerson Livingston of Cincinnati re
ef lly offered I37fi,000 for the club's
fleck, but the proposition was teftlscd by
Kegel. Another offer of UOO.000 was
turned down and Fugel announced that
n'l further negotiations would be Ignored.
1 i believed that when Cliatles Webb
Muiphy of the Chicago Cubs was here
)i t week he saw members of the syndicate
and leached some sort of an understand
ing, which ho communicated to Mr. Taft.
BRIGHTON HAS 45 ENTRIES.
100 Mile- Uncc KxprctrU tn lie Feat
ure at Automobile Meet.
Forty-llvv entries have been made for
the automobile speed events to-day nt
Btlghtnn Bench truck. Home of the fast
est cars built will compete, especially In
the 100 mile Election Day Derby. Tho
cars will lie driven, among others, by
uaipn Aiunoru, epenccr B. Wlshnrt, In
land Mitchell, John De Talma,' Dave
IxjwIr and Armour Feraruson.
Mulford will bo Been at tho wheel of a
Mason and another fast car. Wlshart
will pilot the Mercer. Special as well as
his Urand I'rlie Mercedes, ljwls will
guide the iamo Stutz car which finished
ward in the Grand Prize race at Mil
Waukee. Mitchell will guide a Mnsou
nnd Armour Ferguson, Carl Llmburg, Ed,
I'ullen, P. O. Thebaud and one or two
others will pilot Mercer mounts. A pair
or Kline cars will bo seen In competition
In this district for tho first time. One of
them will bo driven by Mlnker. Bill
Chandler wll lhavo an K M. P.. Tommy
Costello nnd I a. Thebaud will buzz
nrnuud In G. .1. CI. racers and Jack L
Cain of Boston will handle a Stutz. I.o
Culn won the 100 mllo raco with this car
nt Old Orchard Beach lost July. John
l)e I'almn, brother of Italpli l)e Talma,
will drive a Hi) horse-power Klat owned
by p. S. Hodson of Philadelphia.
The 100 mile at Brighton has alt tho
above mentioned drivers entered. Kpen
cor Wlshnrt holds the world's record for
the distance, 1:49 111. This was made by
Wlshart In a Mercer car not ns powerful
us tho special he will drive to-day.
The races will sturt at S o clock. Au
tomobiles will be admitted to tho truck
free of chnrge.
JOE MANDOT OUTPOINTS
CHAMPION AD WOLGAS
rhoy Wfflit Ton Romiils, "Lc.ivo
It to flic Newspapers,'
in New Orleans.
FRENCHMAN HITS HA HI)
Leads Clearly in Tom' Hounds
and Scores a Terrific Knock
down in the Ninth.
CUBS WANT BRESNAHAN.
Nkw Oiuxans, Nov. 4. Joe Mandot
outpointed Ad Wolgast. the lightweight
champion, to-night at Pelican Park, ac
cording to tho newspaper verdict. Three
of four papers gave the local tighter tho
verd'et and tho fourth called It a draw.
The agreement was to leave It to these
four papers. Tho biggest crowd In local
fight history here saw the battle, the re
ceipts exceeding $31,000. Once Mandot
llnored the Cadillac flvthter, but the cries
of "Knockout" were far from Justified by
Hounds five, seven, nine and ten were
MHndot's. Bounds two, three and foftr
wero Wnlsast's and the three others were
even. Moret than hair the time wolgast
u'iiu fAi'i'lmr flu, flirlittntr In thn tilntll
Wnltrnst's aircrcsslvn tactics sent Mandot I
to the ropes after tho champion hud been ' Kg
knocked to his knees by a vicious right '
swing. Just before the Ron;,-, however,
Mandot sent In a series of body blows,
that forced Wolgast to clinch to save
Throughout the mill both men took a
Why hot have
u best. Famed
world. First in
ever since. Inm'ton
BOAltD OK ELECTIONS.
MT W. Bind st - .Shoes
flaunt nt Rleoilnna of The City of New York.
General umee, 107 V. 41st St..- Borough of Manhattan.
.Notice it hereby given, in pursuance or rnapter
22, section Ml, Laws of 1900, constituting chapter
1? ,,f ii.m r'nn.,kll,1lil l.asra. nf Ihs himilrtsrlrs nt
each of the election districts In the Counties of W
Mew York, Hints, vticena ana itiriimonii, or ine .
t.cJlrnMlon of the place nt rrtlatratlon, Ortnber J i
II, I:, IS anil IV. anil nf the polling place fnr the I ;;
election to be held November 8. IMS, In rrh of ;J
the election Ulttrirta In Mia counties, at unions: ;
COUNTY OP NKW YORK.
tlOltOtlOII OF MANHATTAN.
rrrnf Anem(K Dltlrlcl.
Tnkrs (iame Prom Chaiiiploti Alar.
drr of Illcr Clicss t'lnb.
A. Kupohlk. winner of the general
tournament of the New York State Chess Rrcat jcat f punishment and nt all times
Association, Is coming to the front In tho lp Hntt0 was f.,st and furious. Referee
ranks of tt new Progressive uness ctuo. i K(l imth'B decisions generally were sat
Kupchlls defeated A. Marder. champion of , sfaptory unJ wprp applauded liberally.
the Bleu Chess Club, In the nrst oi a m,.1u1o1 wa, ,. overwhelming favorite
series of match games at the rooms of
tho Progressive Chess Club In the Cafo
Monopol yesterday. Kupehlk was white
lt n four knights opening, which devel
oped Into a double Buy Lopez. Although
the players enteied the ending with
equal forces Marder had the Inferior
position nnd was forced Into a mating
net nfter thirty-eight moves. N
Chailes Jnffe will shortly begin a match
with Tctienwurzel. former champion of
the lllce Chess Club.
Sn tin tit" IMrutr", lull llronklyn Una
Not Yet I'ileil n ('lnlin.
l'.ogcr Ilresnhnn. who has been uticondl
nii.illy released by the Kt. l.oul Ma
i nn.il l.pygue cttlb, will not be allowed to
t i tn the American League. President
iiirpliv of the Cubs has put In a fornal
inn for lire nulrans act vires under the
mini t u 'lays optiusi. .Mlirih's claim
Ims hern niod In I'icsldent I.ynch's otllce,
tcigi'thcr wtlh another by Barney Dreyfuss
of the Pittsburg club.
Murphy'u claim has been made at the
suggestion of Johnny ICvcrs, the new man
ager of tho Cubs, who thinks that Bres
nnhan will strengthen the Cldeago team
behind the bat. lloth Murphy ami Drey
fuss must he willing to assume Uresnu
ban's at. I.ouIk col. tract, calling fur $10,
t'OO a yeai. Otherwise liugt-r will be a
fret" aqetit at the end of thli- week.
JrtBdcnt Ebbets of the i:ruokln club,
contrary to report, has not yet Hied a
claim for Biesiinbun. and U not likely
to do so.
BENEFIT FOR AN UNKNOWN.
HUGGINS IS NEW MANAGER.
Ofllelnll)', riunll Mini Aelnnllj Sue
cecits Itimer llresituliuii,
Pt I i is, No I Mllli-r James Hug
gins li the new manager nf the (.'arillual.
At a conference to-day with Mrs. Ilelene
Hathaway. Itnblnsun Brttton and Attor
ney I.on Mocker the little second baseman
signed the papers that make him the
successor of lloger Urisnahan.
The terms' uf the contract call for Mug
gins to manage the Cardinals for just one
year, 1913, this news being delivered by
Attorney Mocker. "Kverythlng has been
completed. Muggins Is manager and Mrs,
rtrltton Is satisfied as well as Muggins,"
Almost since the day It was announced
that Hoger Bresnahan kvas dismissed It
has been hinted thut Muggins would be
the new manager. MuKifms refused to
injuries, and although It Is thought the
BULLDOG ENTRIES ARE MANY.
onrl.v Hundred !o nt Show
In tirniiil tVntrul I'nlucv Tn-ila.
In tlv annual open show of the Bull
dog Club of Ametica nt
iVntml Palace to-day
have, made P6 cntriis. .motig mene
are jilKiut every well known bulldog m
th'.- country. Jaun-a .Mortimer is to jiiukc.
Among the prominent dogs entered ate
Baron Beaming, who needs four points
to complete his American championship ;
champion Hewlett King Orry, Bayardo.
Deodora, Monarch and Princess Merlow.
The Judging will start at 11 o'clock in
L. I. MEETING DEFERRED.
Kennel I'luli Memliem Will Gather n
Wi'i'l. I'rom To-iiIbM.
The tegular itieelltnc or th Long Island
Kennel Club, which was scheduled for to
nlijllt. will l- bfl'l "''it Tuesday evening
nt the eliibrooint In llrooklyu Instead, us
theie nre too many lounter nttiactlons.
tkl.t., from th- biihlues. of votiliK and
watdiintr li-turns there Is the bulldog
how, whii h all fancier will attend.
The muni oi'ii xltow will be lieui at ine
Ccrtillnly .Vnt for the tiiiuineii, lint
Wtio's the IVIilotr l.mlyf
It was reported on the lower Kast fide
the past week that the proceeds from the
boxing benefit held at the Kordun A. C.
last night were to bo divided among
the gunmen locked up for Merman Itosen
Joe Knnlim, one of tho Portion brothei,
who hud the Hour In the Intermission be
tween twu of the bouts, denlid this. Mr.
I'ordon announced that the l tieflt was
to help a poor widow of the neighborhood
who has a family and no tne'ins of sup-
ninety-two dogs I port. When asked the name and mi
mes oi me wuiiiiin .nr. riiiuim sain lliai
he did not know It. '
The benefit wan well attended, but the
performances were poor. Jack llrlttou
wun advertised to light an exhibition
bout with Wllllo needier, but .lack was
not there and Beechcr had an Injuted
ghund. Bunnlng away nnd stalling weie
the styles of the different bouts wtth one
exception, nnd that was thn final bout,
when Joe Sieger dropped Young Kid l-wls
In the third round with u light to the
jaw. Young O'Leaty met Johnny Keyes
and Bobby Mouie Uuxed oung llyland.
Mar Re Cuba for Tubs.
CttlCAQo, Nov. t. According to
latest "seml-olllclnl" announcement,
Cubs will not train In Plorlda next spring
but In Cuba. The spring ramp propo
sition seems to have developed Into
guessing game, The latest word sas
that President Murphy regards the ell
mate of Cuba better for baseball pur
poses than that In tho Southern States.
A bowl from war correrpondents lias gone
up because of the cubic tolls that would
have to be paid on press reports from the
JIM C0RBETT COMING HOME.
Flutiter Survives lllnesn Doctors
Told lllm Would II r Knlnl
James J Corbett, who was supposed
about three weeks auo to be uInir or uppeti
dicltls and peritonitis, is coming back to
New ork to-day. CotlK-lt leaes th
Jefferson Hospital In Philadelphia this
cloee of tile meeting next Tuesday nnd 1 morning in as good condition n can lie
i.nrt Willi WI1II1H 11 1 II11CI1 lirruilUT-u nil ,-rM. i. ....... ..-v..,.-..., uv..
h U faor tn liieed has only to telephoiie to nnei tlons. ,
ti.u k..i.r..i irv I he doctors told Corbett when he went
'"!?.."' !' Var -. 1..- 11... I I" II l.nlt,.t Ih.t 1... . .,.,l,l,.'l tlv.. I.lll
''li I . tn :i ir ph , . inns iiiiik'i tin- i ... , ........ .... ...... .... ........... r
nnnleiMortlie Iximr Island Kennel Club will the lotistlttitlou of the x-chainplou tighter
r ' m i - .1 . I I ... I t . . .... V... .nn ui Wll4 kt t-flllirur I Il.l II I flPV
IM IieUl HI I III' IHJll'l WMK'H tills I'll yw i "- -
16. Admission is by inili.llon only ' he so and he pulled through
show's, like the llrooklyu matches, will lie
open to alt. several iiuihimiiih.- iiuiiiur.
tnu particulars in wim.n nm huwh...
UinP u-lll lu. ,nttm liirfiiniistit Kill. those
nei looked in the mailing nt Invitations am
iisked to cotninunicaie wun one o jnu
tolliiwing- I). P Itltcliey, Charles A. holly,
iiresldents; .! V. Dt .Mi.ud, viio-presldent,
llcnry W. ("noun, secretary, John M. lerk,
liasurer; Kingsley Swan, vk-e-presldent;
Alva II. itosenlieig, A. A. Host, Mrs. C.
Ilauman or A Herfeld.
EX-AMHERST RUNNER WINS.
ItMlTley, Now In Teachers Collrar,
Coinpet llor for Van Amrtiiae Tropby
O. It. Mawley, a sophomore In Teachets
College, won the first of the Van Amrlnge
trophy cross-country runs at Columbia
vesterdav. The course was approximately
'four tuid" a half miles on lllverslde Drive,
with the start and finish on South Field.
Mawlev, who was a long distance runner
at Amheist. finished In 2& minutes 10 sec
onds and his handicap of minus 10 sec
onds made his net time !!G minutes 25
SIX DAY RIDE IN BOSTON.
Thirteen Tennis CompelliiBrI'j'r
anil t'ereblciit Lead.
Boston. Nov. 4. Thirteen teams of six
day bicycle. liilets started at 1 o'clock to
day In a week's grind at the Arori.i. To
morrow and Thursday the race will not
statt at I o'clock, but tho gun will be fired
at t P. XI. This will miiko the ilders con
tinue until 2 o'clock the following morn
This evening at 11 o'clock the day's
riding was brought to a clone by n special
mile spiint, which was won by Perchjeot.
The teams each had ridden 23V miles
laps when the racing ended.
The entiles are: Jackie Clarke. Aus
trolla, nnd Pied Mill, Boston; Joe Pogler,
Brookllne, and J. P. Monui, Chelsea ; M.
Bedell and J. P. Bedell, Lynbrook. I.. I. ,
Krnlo A. I'M. Australia, and Andre
Perchlcot, Prance, Floyd Krebs and
Mruest Jukus, Newark; IMdle Boot, Bus-
ton, and P. O .Sullivan Jlehlr, Australia;
I on every bottle.
I'Brcwcd by Guinncss
i& Bottled by.Burke
t nroaa at. ....
1 28 Fulton st
a Madison st...,
ins I loose vr It at..,
r 40D Pearl at ,
(I to Miillfon st....
7 4 liatllnon st. ..
s toil 4 cherry at
9 JW. Water st
to M Madlnon at....
It 02 Henry at
12 112 Henry at
tt U I'lke at
It 34a Clinton st
I& 2U Madison st...
in :ii Madison at....
17 221 K. Ilroadway
Occtinled a a
BASKEIBA1L LEAOUi: SHAKY.
ttH tlretnwleh st. .
i;n Oreenwlch at. ..
Mulberry at. ...
SM tlrrenwlch at. .,
431 I'annl at
Ml Hudson at
:34 Hprlnr st
1110 Mprlne at
1.11 Thompsoa st.
ton I'rlnre at
3S1 Hudson at. ....
1M VaiieU at
140 V. Houston at.
17S IV. Houiton at.
14.1 Dleecker st. ...
Second Aiumuy Dlitrltl.
location. Occupied As
TMrd AtsimMy IHstrlct.
E. D. Location. Occupied As
1 114 Leonard at barber
2 It Chatham aq Barber
.1 27 Ilowery Ruber
A 7S Ilnwerv IlAlr.rv
6 IRS Uranii at rtcatauroni
s 134 Bowery Pool Tables
7 77 Chrraue at Barber
s 1U Bowery barber
SM Broome at Barber
10 it Prince at Barber
It 782 Bowery Mhoea
12 243 Ilowery .....Barber
13 41 2d ave Undertaker
14 4 Wrecker st Itarber
ir 13 Cooncr aa Bnrber
240 6th st barber
237 nth at.. Tailor
10 Ktuyvriant at Hata
&& 3d ave Itarber
ins 3d ave Barber
138 li. 12lh st, barber
Fnurta AttemMy DMrlct.
4n V. Und st Barber
341 W. &2nd at - Grocery
34S '. M th st stationery
stn 10th ae Barber
314 I mil ave Confectionery
N4.4 10th ave Barber
h72 sth ave Heal Falate
mi win ave..,., ...Cltnrs
MS Bih ave Barber
mi 1 1 1. a c Itarber
UX1 w, Mthat Barber 1 14
24 Cnliimbita ve.,., Barber 15
im w. S2nd at, narnrr
st Amsterdam ave :T lor
?0I W.etatal Barber
MS W.Mrdtt Barber
201 W.Mrdat .Battier
139 V. Knd ave, L'ndcrukcr
I'ourUtnlh AtumUv Dtttrttl.
location Occupied Ai
41.1 inn ave .,,
317 K. 24 that
420 lit ave ,
404 2nd ave
S3 3rd ave
207 I'.. 21th at
1M K. 23th at
422 3rd avc
6IS 2nd ave
67 2nd ave
412 3rd ave
3.M Y.. 33rd st
338 R. 31th st
244 V.. .15111 St
330 K.SJth t...,
s;o 2nd ave
CM 2nd ave
3M K. 311th' at..,
sal 2nd ave.. .,
23 3rd ave....
710 2nd ave,.
Bakery , 2 0
Barber 1 27
,,, Barber 31
,.llay and Feeil 29
Barber 1 It
Barber 1 13
,, Barber 34
.. .. Bird Store
. ... Undertaker
PlMetifh Atttlnblu tolitritt
Location. Occupied As
1 113 Amsterdam ave.
2 147 Amsterdam ar.
3 IM Amsterdam ave.
4 2117 W. Roih at
it 231 V. nath st
n IM) Columbus ave...
7 M W. 72nd st '
D 20M Broadway
in 234 Amsterdam ave.
tl 323 Columbtia ave...
12 333 Amsterdam ave.
II 3M Amsterdam ave,
14 21: W. slat at
is 390 Amsterdam ave
in 4lt Amsterdam ate.
17 IM v. Mith at
is 73 W. Knd at
142 w. ura at
With Yn.tr Out, C'nntlnuanre l.ooka
The liileivollea;ljte Basketball LeatfUn
on account or the withdrawn! or tale
has lii-eii badly shaken and Its itcoernphl
cal centre hns lieen so deranited that tho
continuance of tho association Is a mat
ter of doubt. Pennsylvania, Princeton,
Cornell, Columbia and Dartmouth ate thn
lemalnlnc members of the league and only
three of the five are what can lie called
cloce i'oiuietltors, 'from 11 geographical
point of view.
11'li.m ll'irV!ii-.l YV1 In tilt l.iril. Til.
teams In the southern end of the organ!- 1 '
z.itlou could work 1101th day by day In i
the plaltiK season und lomplete tho ir,
srheduli' with a minimum of trarl, 17
loss of time and expense. The loss 4f JJ
(11 Montf ornery at.,
41 J sou son at
340 Madison st ....
320 Henry at
23 Wlllett st
v.1 ltlilite at
127 Hldie st
47 I lit at
r.: Columbia at....
73 Columbia at ..
312 ItMnfton at...
3:;3 iminirtnn at...
30 Lewis at
f,64 Grand at
tM Cherry at
'. D. Location
Firth Atltmbly DlilrW.
. ...I'.ioren Offico
. .Picture Frames
MiilMtid in 1P0S made the leaRtio com
pact, but with the takltiK In of Dart
mouth last heuson and the dropping out
of Yale this year the organization Is
The trip to itnnca, wniclt has to uo
taken by Columbia, Pennsylvania and
Princeton. Is not marly ho rlaorous us
the ut day Journey to Hanover for the
Dartmouth frames. The nrst ttutn out 01
Hanover after the (fame Is about 2 o'clock
In the mornliie. Last year when the
various teams went to Dartmouth they
found thut they were badly broken up
after the trip. Pennsylvania In pattlcu
lar suffered seeiely and nearly every
member of the team was taken down
with a bad cold, biouRht on by the long
wait for tho eaily mornltiK train. Other
teams found conditions piactlcally, the
"utile as Pemis)lvanla,
If the leauuii Is to continue It seems
that reomanlzalon would be the only
letnedy that will save It. This would
mean thn dropplnc out of Dartmouth nnd
poslbly Cornell, although there never has
been a complaint about the itnaca trip
from vlsltltiK teams. A leas-lit whose
members are more centrally located and
wiiii arc tiatuiut rivals In all branches
of tport would undoubtedly bo a healthier
orKutilzutlon thnn one which is spread
out as much us the present association.
The leuKiii- otuYlals will wait until the
close of the coinlne season before de
termining 011 any changes.
103 l.eroy st.
M Bedford at .
33-40 Commerce at.
237 Blreckrr at..
313 Bleerker st...
302 Blercker at..
r.43 Orernwlrh st
374 BleecUer at..
us Hudson at
e&2 Wat.lilnr.toii at
737 Washington at
"M Washington at y ....
&w lludJon at
4vt) sth ave
t3V Hudson at
100 Mil ave
2.v v. 13th at
tai 7th ave
I M nt nih ave
21 irt vth ave
22 1)3 lull ave
.Vlrfn AHtnM't District.
V.. U. Lrsatlon
1 24 t:. Housten at
2 223 :d at
3 321 K. Houston at
4 413 1:. Houston at
.' 427 V.. Houston at....
a 4C 1:. Houston at
7 23 Ave. 1)
8 211 K. 3d at
U.S. W.Mth at., 30 ft. W. of West Lnd ave. Booth
;03 Amsterdam ave,,
6C4 Amsterdam ave...
rA2 Amsterdam ave..
sou Amsterdam ave,,
Ml Amsterdam ave..
r.42 Amsterdam ave..
KB vv. 7itn a...
sirtimtn Auimblu Dtttrlti.
Location. Occupied As
724 3rd ave..
C37 3rd ave,...
4n 2nd ave ..
027 tat ave
S4D 2nd ave....
704 3rd ave....
oea 1st ave
Ill 3rd. ave....
1 1:. soth St..
us 1st ave . . .
tun 2nd ave...
004 2nd ave....
t 3rd ave
249 1:. uth at
313 li. 34th St
1010 lat ave
N. K. of W'kh. H k. Bl. lsl.
Srrtntrrntli AntmDIV DUlrlc
E. D. Location.
1 303 Columbus ave...,
2 303 Columbus ave...,
3 027 Columbus ave...,
4 AA3 Columbus ave...
3 703 Columbus ave . .
712 Amsterdam ave
Lenox av Ta or
421 Lenox ave .Tailor
!S W. 141st at HrP'
2444 7th ave Barhtr
24 w. 144th at ..Barber
1471 7th nve Laundry
241) W. 14Slh at illorbff
rr.0 4 7lb ave Ta or
272 7th nve JFl"'
1120 lib ave Barber
2143 Ith ave Tlakery
tin sth nve Itarber
2773 th ave Itarber
320 W. 143th at Laundrr
lOf.5 Amsterdam nve Tailor
1430 Amsterdam ave Tailor
112 Hamilton pi Itarber
lit Hamilton pi Tailor
Ml VV, 143th at Expreas
Id W, 145th at Itarber
1732 Amsterdam ave .Itarber
497 IV 143th at I.iunrtry
6 St. Nlclinliii til Vacant
3340 llroudnay Confectionery
IT! Amsterdam nve. Itskery
. .Ileal Kstnta
. . .Undertaker
... Ileal Bstats
717 St. Nicholas ave..
3fi&2 llroadwny ,
1144 Amsterdam live, .
1447 Amsterdam ave. .
1193 Amsterdam nve.
1922 Atiisterilntn ave,
1932 Amsterdam nve,
337 W. 137th at
931 St. N'leholaa ave.
Sin w. 140th st
2081 Atnsterdsm ave..,
2011 Amsterdam ave...
10l SI, Nicholas, ave.,,
3174 Amitrrdam ave...
81 Audubon ave
1242 St. Nicholas nve...
22SS Amsterdam ave.
2366 Amsterdam ave..,
2390 Amsterdam nve..
1313 St. Nicholas Rve.
830 V. 179th at
1104 St. Nicholas ave.
333 W. 181st at
1444 St. Nicholas ave.
423 Audubon ave
4803 Tlrosilway ...,
433 Lenox nve
27 St. Nicholas pi...,
-040 Amsterdam nve.
2090 Amsterdam ave..,
1334 St. Nicholas ave..
730 VV. 191st at
624 V. 207th at..
TtcrntvlourtK Atitmbly Dintriet,
204 K. 39th at
1393 3d nve
1368 I.exlncton ave.
347 K. 92d at
Itfil 3d ave
1844 Sit nve
1497 Id ave
299 n. Mill st
1986 2d ave
1371 Lexington ave.
Till 3d ave
1374 Lexington ave.
1643 Lexington nve.
1673 Lexington ave.
202 R. 101th at....
2030 2d ave
Tvtnly-fllth Atitmblt Mftrirt.
. . .ltarncr
, . . .Itarber
. . . Ilarhsr
, . .Itarber
. . . DarbT
B. O. Location
1 91 Christopher St.
2 187',, llleecker at. ..
3 413 llleecker st. ...
4 9i-99 Greenwich ave.
B 642-44 Sth ft. .
10 il Alt. II
11 U3 Sth bl
12 02 Ave. II
13 8MI K. eth at
14 423 Olh St
13 t24 K. Uth at . .
10 111 Ave. 1). . .
Utttnlh Ammbly Ulllrlrt.
... . Furniture
.... . Itarber
. . . Barber
7 k m. rnr vv.ind 4 Rlveralda Urlve. . Basement
S 272 VV. tmth at Tailor
u mi VV QAIh at Tftl ur
III 743 Amsterdam ave Undertaker
u 7A7 Amsterdam ave ...Barber
i. 7jo rnlnmbua ave IMctU
13 30-41 W. usih at blallonery
14 783 Amsterdam ave .....Barber
13 732 Amsterdam ave... ....... ...Undertaker
in P.S. Wlooth t.,7S f t.W.of West End ave Booth
17 202 W. tooth st Laundry
is 0J3 Amsterdam ave ...Tailor
lit 393 Central Park Weil .Tailor
2D 73 W. tooth at .'. Barber
21 lot) W. lout at Barber
22 tJ Amsterdam ave Barber
23 74 W. 103d at To lor
24 20 W. 104th al. Tailor
23 103 W. 104th at Ilaiber
M 103 W. 106th at riatbrr
27 130 Manhattan ave 'labor
Klentttnm Atumsw unirici
Lefty Oeorare Under Kulfe.
York, Pa.. Nov. 4, Pitchea, Lefty
fieorge, formerly of the Athletics, Browns
and Naps, who the last season was
shunted back to the minors, bus Just
underBone an operation hero for an in
jury nuffered In a game several years
rnro. Mb 1h recovering rapidly, and his
physicians say he should bo able to pitch
better ball than, ever next season.
Autlpodean Toarera Choaen.
Pan PnAN'ctsco, Nov. 4. Cal Ewlng, the
Parirlc Coast League magnate, has se
'ected thirteen of the fifteen players of
bis league who will make up the all star
team that Is to tour Australia, leaving
hrre November 19 and returning Feb
ruary 1 Among the former big leaguers
on the team tiro Catcher Jack Bliss nnd
Outfielder Klmer Zacher.
lliiKh Daffy llaa Offer of 117,000
St Paul. Nov. 4. Mughoy Duffy,
former manager of the Chicago White
Sox, has had an ofTer or 7,oou io man
iign the local American Association team
i.evt vnnr. according to a TCPOrt In Clr-
,dtlon here. That figure would be) the
largest ver paid to a St. Paul manager.
White Sox Trip to Da I.onsr.
Chicago, Nov, 4, President Comlskey
of the Whltn Sox announces the dates
for th training trip next spring. Hpeclul
'..fi boartng tho players will leave for
Pao Hobles. Cal.. on February 20 and
will return about April 10,
tVrratllni; Tram t Columbia. Marls
vWeRtllriir nrnctlce at Columbia got
under way yesterday, a squad of thirty
candidates reporting for thn team. The
ut ians will not begin work for another
'k A, W. Carruthers. '13, and U. H.
I. iii'rabiT, captain and manager ro-
'Ktlvely of last year'B team, put the
' w mon through their paces, ns a regit
r roach will not ho ilutlnltoly decided
u on until after tha directors of the ath
! ' r association meet next week.
m..i(iiii1s. K. Zvltln. 14
The trophy will be awaia.it to tlie man(ivter Drobach. South Boston, and Percy
making the best score in u M'nus oi cihiu . i,awience. Salt Lako City; .Martin llynn,
races, lour OI wnicil will ne urm
spring. Only men who nre not members
of the varsity squad can compete. Fif
teen men started in jesteruars tacu.
The summary :
C. It. llnnlev.T C. .
II. M. Klie. 14
it. St. Di'lkee. 13..
II. Duchtniklrch, 14.
L. II. Gllmm.13
11. U tlss. 13. . ..
Nnwarl;, nnd Lloyd Thomas, Salt Lake
City; Oeorgo C. Cameron, Now York, and
Jake Magln, Newark ; Jumbo Wells, New
Zealand, and Worth L. Mitten, Daven
port, la, ; Clarence Caniien, Jamaica, L.
L, and It. II. DlefVnbacrier, Newark.
Aitgelo (lardelllnl, Italy, and Alvln Luftus,
Bobby Wnlthotir, Atlanta, and Blmer
Collins. Boston, were two lupl behind the
P. Whitney's Klllr Hons Second.
'nrcinl dibit nttixitch ta Tnu Sun,
' vioi.n, Kmtlnnd, Nov. 4. If. I'. Whit
r Ullv by Piter out of l.adaslno was
nl tu day lu tho lllankney Nursery
which was run at the autumn meet
o nre Tho dlstunco of tho racu was
itirinngH. Sixteen horseH ran. The
vvms won hy Miss McLaughlin's For
"ard MI, and J. Harrlsott-Broadlcy
Cnrlstmai Carol l thlrtL
WESLEYAN CONFIDENCE HIGH.
Sfoat PronilaluK Team Since lima llx
pects More Victories.
MlU!l.KTiwN, Conn.. Nov 4. Not since
Hilly Calder's nuecessful 1902 eleven has
Wcsloyan shown up so promlhltigly on the
gridiron as this full, and If achievements
thus far can be used ns an estimate) It looks
o. thniiirh tho Cardinal und lllaclc would
win tho two big games leinaliilng on her
schedule), with Williams at Wlllliinistown
Saturday and with Trinity on Andrtis Hold
In this city the following week.
Except for the Yale gamo SesIeyan has
cored a victory In euch oontcst, and she
held the Klls to 10 points and registered u
tally for the first time In a score of years.
Wesleyau'H ends. Kustlo, Diamond and
Nourso. are playing a very aggrow.lvo game
and ure getting down iimler punts In great
shape Capt. tlacon Is punting and hnndlluir
punm rloanly und axiMulltlously. ' he mttl
riina of Bacon and Lairgten during tho
season have been notable, and they have
beort aided greatly by good Interference
gTven tho runner Spine of the tiluniul an;
expected to be on tho fie d this week ami
next to aid CohcIi High. Uwlfl Cordon of
lliirtford, the best punter esIoyan over
turned out. Is particularly Interested and
motors down frenueiitly of an nfternooit
to watch the pnictlco, Bearboni ami
( node also may spend some tlnio in Mlddlo
ovvrT. A apodal train, will tako near y tie
entire widcrcruduale body to tha Williams
Mandot Kama Over 20,00O,
Oiu.xans. Nov. 4, joo Dinntiot,
lied Sox at Hot Sprlnas Aunln.
Mot Si-niNos, Ark., Nov. 4. The Itcd
Sox, who ptep.ired for tho 1012 American
League race here last Mnrch. will make
this city the permanent spring lioniw nf
the Spued Boys. Manager Stahl Intends
leaching the training grounds In Januuiy
ur the first week In Fcbruuiy. Carrlgan,
Kngle, Charley Wagner und Mall are some
of tho veterans he t-ontempliitea bringing
on In advance.
LEDOUX CHALLENGES C0UL0N.
Frenchman Arrives Cnlllna; lllnsg
elf the Ileal Champion.
Monsieur Churlesadoux, bantamwelghl
chanipl'in of the world that Is what he
calls himself, or rather what his spon
sors, Victor Bteyer. Manager K. Uulller,
Llttli Toby und otheis, claim for lilw.
M arrived from Paris aboard, the Ito-
chambeau yesterday, accompanied by his
manager and the latter wire ana an
atgument. Little Toby, famed as coach
of Knockout Brown, vouches lor me
validity of the plea; Me lecalls the de
feat of Frankle Nell, tno lormer Amer
ican bantiim champion, by Joo Bowker of
lhrtlaud and the knockout of the latter
by l-dnux In eight rounds, Just by way
of clinching his title Ledoux defeated Dig
ger Stanley of Imgland In suven rounds
Johnny Coulon, the present American
king of the division, Is the, only bantaan
that stands In the way of Indisputable su
ptemaoy for Ledoux, his followera con
tend, unless Kid Williams of Baltimore
has something to any. Ldtiux nays he
will makii llli pounds ringside for either
of the two. "That Is why he came to
America," added Little Toby,
103 Din avc naruer
loo Kih ave Barber
182 sth ave Barber
204 sib ave Barber
228 sth ave Stationery
243 Sill ave Barber
189 9th ave Laundry
219 etli ave Barber
213 totli ave Dry Goods
L'ort sth ave Barber
.18.1 W. 25lhat Barber
:t4 9th ave Barber
:r.'7 W. 27th at Tailor
ar.' w. 28th tl Barber
323 loth avr Butcher
371 sth ave Barber
23D VV. 29th at Datbrr
204 VV. soth at 1'lowera
319 9tli ave Barber
Stt 10th ave . . Shoes
KIqMI Antmblv District.
V.. V. lcatlou
l I2S Division at
2 20 I'lke at
3 11 I'lke at
4 10 Suffolk st
6 ut Norfolk at
5 2V Ludlow st
7 41 Orchard at
I t6 l'orsylli at
9 293 Broome at ,
In 33-37 Dclancry at
II 131 l'orsylli kt
12 87 Stanton st
IS 1M Kldrldse st
14 4 i.uuiow at
12 nroome at
VM lllllnxlon st
.YlnM A uimom District,
I .oca Hon
lira) 2nd ave....,
loss lat ave ,
1074 1st ave
1178 2d ave
1030 3rd ave
1218 2nd ave
1134 lat ave
1218 1st ave.. ..
404 K. 69th at.. .,
128'J 1st ave
net 3rd ave
not 3rd ave
1318 2nd ave.....
220 It 70Ui st ...
238 I:. 72nd at
413 i:.71stat... ,
1381 Avenue A ..
303 it 72nd at ..,
313 L. 73rd st
K. D. location
1 2880 Broadway
2 S72 Amsterdam ave.
3 203 W. 104th St. . .
4 U48 Amsterdam ave.
477 Central Pk., W..
70 W. nwttist .
1008 O ilunbus are,,,,
333 W, 110th at ....
318 W. 113th at
.Ylnrnlf! .tjjrmofy District.
. ... name.
tho local lightweight
has saved up a
Pays 1 2, .".1)0 for a Yearling.
Lexington1, Ky., Nov. 4. The world's
champion yeatllng trotter, Airedale,
ICUi has been sold liy Jetry L. T.trl-
ton to J. Howard Fotd of Stony Ford,
New York, for MZ.COp, the record price
for a yearling In Kentucky during tho past
decade. Airedale Is by Tregantle, out of
Mitts Fanny .Summers, and Is a full
brother of Lord Allen, champion two-year-old
of the season of 1U12, which
horse was putehased lust full hy Mr
Ford from Turlton for $6,500.
Cornell Ont of Swimming,
ITHACV, N. Y, Nov. 4. Cornell
served notice upon tho Eastern Intercol
legiate Swimming Association that tt must
withdraw from membership In thnt body.
Luck of a tank in which to practise Is
tho reason given. It Is believed pos.
slhlo that Cornell will reconsider niul
agree to compete In the open ulr swim
ming events, as there Is a movement on
foot to have an outdoor pool fenced oft
In Cayuga Luke.
ALL DROP OUT BUT TWO.
little more than 120,000 this year without
counting his aharo from the battle with
C.0.UnlV-iTa.t. in his first battlo of the
.L,r with Pal Moore, ho mado $1,000.1
Hlnce then he ban met Jnck Bcdmond.
nwen Mornn. Jake Abel, Young Buy tor,
ltnrrv Trendall, Bay Temple,
Bltchle, Tomplo again
Nov. 4. Itlcharrt
Artist. former cnumpion hiiiiii.i
srtiller. who lost his title recently to
Krnest Barry, the Engllah champion. In
tenda to retlrav and settle on farm In
naillliiK Nelson tn Box Here.
Battling Nelson hns been signed for a
bout at tho Forty-fourth Street Spotting
Club In a couple of weeks nnd In all
probability his opponent will bo the win
ner of tho Johnny Lore-Young Itellly bout
of Thursday night. Another contest of
ten founds that same night Is between
Harry Thomas of England und Pal Moore,
Yon Slailr anil Horn lllsk Tlarknraa
In Knd llraa Hunt.
Misr.riM, li. I.. Nov t.-A good faat
run was liiul by u number of tho members
of tho Meadow Brook Hunt Club this after
noon, but ho long was the line that it was
nearly dark beforo the nm ended and the
marry was thtowu to me iiouikis. no
iIhtIc did It grow that nil but two of the
riders pulled out liefore the run was over.
The meet was at East Wllllston, the
hounds bilne taken to tho Trcadwell farm
vvhero the fences were very stiff and hung
the Held for tt few minutes, then over the
W. II, 'lovvnsend nnd liobcrt Miicon places
to thnt of Mrs. W. O. Pork and tho McDonald
farm, to that of Haniuel Velsor and on to
tho check at Old Westbury.
After the check tho hounds were put
In on the Watrlss placo nnd crossed the J
lUilmid nml K'n.inrd .iHCOhs estntes nnd
I'liinn tn the stlrr iiimns on tho (leorito Bomi
estate ami over tho double Jump to the
Whitney estnto racetrack, wheio the hounds
....olvoil thn iiniirrv. The onlv two to
llnlsh were F. S, Von Btade, David Dowe
and the two wtiips,
'I'n.miirinw It In nxnonted that n fox
hunt will Im held, tho meeting place being
at llogart'H gatr. If tho weather should !)
clear und not too cold, a polo gntno also
will Im) pin yen on tno iioimti iiitcon pinro,
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HIUDOWHKOOK NTHKI'LI.t HA9K
BELMONT PARK TERMINAL, 0 TO"'
TO-DAY, ELECTIOJ DAY
Steeplech.. Flat Hace. and Pony .tacea.
l,8petal train leaves Pennsyltaala BUllon
y &$fJk ?d?i& iSife
. Cleaner ( 211
Lunch I loom ;i
Barber 1 23
Barber 1 24
Barber 1 23
. Umbrellas 1 27
Tea Hoom 2g
. .. .Barber 1 2
Coffee Bouse ' 30
Barber I sn
LocaUon Occuoled As
ten W. 34th st Barber
408 W. 34th at Undertaker
281 W. 34th at Laundry
440 loth ave Barber
433 vth ave Barber
488 10th ave Barber
334 vv. 37th at Barber
218 W. 30lh at Barber
492 tith ave Laundry
438 W. 38th st Piumblnic
(08 W. 39th st 7 Shots
C09 Bill ave Barber
:33 W. sum at Printing
337 W. 40111 at Undertaker
430 W. 40tb at Tailor
402 W. 4lat at Tailor
CM lOthavr Undertaker
138 llth nve Shoes
437 V. 42d st Clothing
398 Vth nve. . . .Barber
Ttntn Autmoiv unmet,
1 123 It Houston at.
21) 11. I1DUBIUU ai. .
100 lat at
78 K. 3d at
138 It 4th at
402 Sth bt
190 It Id st
CIO Sth at
lot Ave. A
330 8th at
84 7th at
73 7th at
943 K. Ith at
13 Ave A
278 It 10th at
238 It 10th at
343 It 12th Bt
218 1st ave,
.. . Barber
. . . Tobacco
... . flarbei-
. , . .Laundry
It . ciatemoni ave.. 10 icei souin
of VV. 119th at Booth
3040 Broadway Tailor
3133 llroadwav... Barber
87 old Broadway Barber
324 W. 131st at, Barber
82 iJiwrence at Stationery
8180 Broadway ...Stable
lot) W. 123th st Upholsterer
44(1 W. 123th at Tailor
1233 Amsterdam ave Barber
1273 Amsterdam ave . .barber
N. S. V. 114th St.. 160 ft W. of
Amsterdam ave Booth
110.1 Amsterdam ave Barber
411 Manhattan ave Barbrr
303 W. 117th at Laundry
2181 sth avr Barber
231 W. 116th at Tailor
280 W. 113th st Barbrr
2M VV. 114th at , Barber
3U0 V. 113th at Tailor
2080 Btli avr Barber
300 W. tilth at - .....laundry
Mctiown's Pass. Central park
103th st. and 6th ave Dwelling
tot VV. 108th at Plumber
800 W. tilth at Tailor
N.W. eor.W. 1 llth at. andClartmont ave. omco
SOi VV. 123tb at Tailor
401 W. I mil t Laundry
rurntnw Ainmniv uisirtci.
6 1 Terry at.
8 CO Oreenvvlch ave.
7 41 Christopher at..
8 87 Cth ave
9 4C Cth ave
10 C2 cth ave
It 27 W. 9th at
12 73 V. llth St. ...
13 174 Sth ave
14 113 tireenwlch ave.
16 113 7th nve
18 24 Union sq
17 212 3d ave
18 309 4th ave
19 13 W. 18th Bt
20 272 tth ave ,
21 107 W 2CII1 it. ...
12 412 4th nve
23 111 Ft 21th at
Twintu tlitK A$tembln District.
15. D. Location Occupied As
1 10,4 sn nve snoe mora
1418 3d ave Clrara
1404 Madison ave Cigars
1507 Lexington ave Itarber
1409 Madison ave. Itarber
1472 Madison av. .. Itarber
48 K. lOId at Tailor
1622 Madison av. Barber
1390 Madison are....... Clrars
1337 Madison ave. Itarber
J620 Madison ave. Tailor
1123 Madison ave, Barber
1434 Madison ave. Barber
ii.i msuinon sis. .
23 K. llr.tli tt.
1743 Madison ave.
r.0 K. lllth at.
1 1 . s aianison av.
is 3-is r.. listn st.
20 1844 Madison ave.
r.. D. Location
t 810 8th ave
2 2C3 VV. 41st at. .
3 71G 8th ave
4 804 Sth ave
C 7US Tth nve
f Ith nve. .....
7 9sT cth ave
8 921 Cth nvr
9 1SU Ilroadway . ...
10 103 W. 4 Cth at. .
11 414 (Ih nve
12 120 W. 43d St. .
13 110 W. 37th at...
14 331 7th nve
15 CO Cth nve
K. 132 R 32d at. ...
17 630 3d ave
18 164 It 40th at. ...
l- 110 K. 41st St. ...
20 934 sth ave
21 820 Lexington are.
-5 7 qui nve.
, .Sign Painter
:::::::: y.rb$ I
tembtv Dlttrict op ti
. . . .Undertaker
. Exprere OITIcs
Tieenty tighth Atttmblv Dlftrlel.
K. D. Location
I 172 It 107th st. ...
3 201 Tt 107th at. ...
3 239 Ft 109th si, ...
4 17C9 Lexington avr.
3 132 It 110th at. ...
8 1791 Lexington ave.
7 2031 3d nve
8 2047 3,1 ave
9 21C8 2d ave
10 2210 1st live
11 1S1.1 Lexington ave.
12 1C13 Park ave
13 2231 2d nve
14 204 ft HCth St. ..
13 18C2 Lexington nve.
II 1103 Lexington avr.
:renia AMitmblu District.
K. D. Location uceuptea At
1 air vv. ju ..... m via
2 827 0th ave illcal Katate
838 vv. 44tn si ...naruer
t.30 0th uve Real Hstale
844 10th ave Barber
wo W. 44th st Shoes
847 10th ave ..Clrara
841 llth ave Harness
887 tuh ave 1 .Cigars
884 Bth ave uatoer
888 tuh ave ... .Barber
872 lOUiave Undertaker
B16 V. 47th at. .Candy
701) 10th ave J Barber
418 W. Will at Undertaker
4.13 W. 4th at . .Itarber
732 tub ave .Undertaker
433 W. 4uthst Undenaker
731 10th ave Barber
uu W. Slat at Candy
461 IV. Slat kt Barber
:16s W. SOlh at .Tailor
784 bth ave Baiber
783 V1I1 ave Barber
rulUi AiMroMv Clilrfcl.
It D. location Occupied As
l ini AiniUDA.tHHMMMM 1 iuinurr
3 187 Avenue O Stationery
3 1S8 Avenue B llrataurant
4 223 Avenue C Ileal Calais
6 unit mil at Undertaker
8 231 Avenue A Ladles Tailor
7 409K. 14th at Priming
s 243 1st ave Shosa
B ib9 3rd ave....... Barber
10 297 1st ave Butcher
11 298 1st ave Barber
it luu It 16th at Barbrr
1:1 261 Avenue B Fruit
It VM It 17th tt Harnett
16 321 1st ave Barber
l 311 2nd ave Tailor
17 319 2nd ate Barbrr
ta iatind avc Undertaker
19 131) It 51st st Barber
u 333 1:, 23rd at i.arpenter
21 177 2nd ave .Undertaker
TAI rMcatft AMI silky District.
JS. D. Location Ooeuplad At
a MT W.IUIV..---------w.r4ji4i
K D. IKollon
1 i:,9 3d avr
2 240 It 76th st
3 1440 1st avr ....
4 490 it 74th St...,
3 1421 Avenue A
A 1472 1st ave
7 1488 2d ave
8 liuo 2d ave
9 1368 3d ave
10 1607 1st avr.,.....,
11 1510 1st ave, . .....
12 ism Avenue A,,,,,
13 1307 Avenue A.....
14 1315 Avenue A ...
13 1330 Avenue A....,
16 1371 1st ave
17 312 It. 80th tt....
19 183 K. 80th tt...
IB 1419 3d ave
211 223 It 82dlt ....
21 1430 3U avr. .
rirentu-flrit Al'trnMy District.
.... Under taker
S430 Broadway na or
41 nl. JVII'nnias iciimvc,,,,. ........ .. tnuur
416 Lenox ave Laundry
1 11 location
1 31 lit l.twi a.
sia 1. KOMI !
2401 CUhtli avc
234 sth ave
2136 7th ave
2173 7lh ave
83 W. 128th st
390 Lenox ave.......
2208 7th ave
3434 Ith ave
2436 8th ave
34SO 8th ave ,..
2249 Ith ave
2138 6th aye
sj W. 1.14th tt
103 W. lild tt
;su3 am ave
288 W. 133th It
123 W. 133th. tt
2318 7th ave
2331 7th ave
3694 8th ave ,
3834 Ith ave
2811 Bth ave
1821 Amtterdain ave.,
1431 Amsterdam ave.
1447 Amsterdam ave..
1302 Amsterdam ave
3343 Broaduay ,
16U0 Amsterdam ave.
TVenn.afOonal AttsntsV Dhfrfct,
K. ij. Location Ocoupled At
. .Orslar House,
, ., Darner
. . .Tailor
tictnty ntnth Antnbly District.
Location Occuoled Aa
14 W. 44th at
43 Columbua ave..
I to!umbua are,
912 9th ave
1019 Ith nvr
116 K. 9th at.
713 Lexington are.
1018 Id ave
61 It lid at
1148 Id iv
1SI Lexington ave.
1141 S,l ave
10(4 Iwxlngton ave.
1114 fir-ilngton ire,
1140 Lxtnrton avt.
141 Park avr
127C Leilntton ave.
46 Ft 83th st
1010 j'srlc avc. ,.
1190 Madison ave.
101 Ft 84th st. .
1125 Madison ave..,
1127 Park av
1269 Madison ave. .
1414 Lexington av.
71 E. 94th st. ...
. , iiarber
. . .Cigars
. . .Grocery
Thlrtitth Aiienbty District,
E D. Location
1 2246 1st ave
3 420 It 119th at
I 211 FJ. 117th at
4 110 Ft 119th at
6 3360 2d ave
4 417 Ft 119th at
7 2141 lat are
8 2186 2d ave
I 1464 2d ave
10 2494 2d ave
II 2079 Lexlnston ave.
12 260 Ft IZStll at
13 208 It 122d at
14 2023 Lexington ave. ...
15 1717 Park ava
14 1747 Park avr
17 73 Ft 120th at
14 69 It 126th at
14 1143 Park are
20 2967 Madlaon ava
2t 2094 Madison av
22 2111 tth avt
21 47 V. lttth at
34 1 W. ISCtll st
18 110 Lenox are
2.V 4!l Lenox ave
27 N W. cor. Ft ISJth at.
....Dry Good a
isia lat ave
488 K. 81d St.
1680 Avenue A
1368 Avenue A
401 1'.. 83d St
31 K. Mtb It
Jf K. 83th It
1632 2d ave
16no Avenue A......
611 K. 88tn tt
IMS Avenue A..-..,
1671 2d ave
IVM rt 7 III at
447 P.. 67 Ul St......
1688 Avenue A
1688 Avenue A
1883 Avenue, A
17DI tat ave
lit! :t ave
1734 2d ave
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E !. Loiation Occupied As
1 19 nt. Mchoiaa ave
2 1134 Ith ave ,
3 1341 r 'i ave
4 42 Lenox ave
. 6 78 Lenox ave. . . .
4 65 St N'leholaa avs.
7 87 L"iiox ave
I 1112 Sth ave
9 66-1.7 W. 116th St. ...
10 129 VV. 114th at. ...
11 123 Lenox ave
12 164 Lenox ave
II 1444 Ith avs
14 144 Lenox ave
13 261 W. ltllb at, ...
10 2217 Ith ave.
17 193 St. Nicholas ava,
18 3134 th ave
11 3177 1th ave
30 24 VV 133d tt
I 219 Lnox av
2 1484 6th ave
23 2378 sth ave
24 134 W. 134th It. ...
16 1064 1th ave
34 3111 Ith ave
37 126 lnox ava
21 1931 Madison avs. .,,
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COUNTY OF NKW TOMK.
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