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THE SUN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1012.
C. P. TAFT HERE TO CLOSE
Ciiirinniill Mnn AdmitR Coming
Kiisl Willi .h Mutter
Xnu Owns lliilf Inlofpsf, in the
I'nrmor World (Uniniplon
SALARY LIMIT 18 ADOPTED.
I'luht (Ivrr Vlnlatlnn Prnnlly Uom
On K Trnrtm Tnlkrrf Of.
Milwaukee. Nov. is. The National
Association of Minor leagues, after ninny
hours of discussion of a healed iiiiturr, to
night decided lo Impose n milmy limit
upon nil the leagues mihjcct to the Hp.
proval of Ihn National Commission, lull
when tho association adjourned for tha
night tho question of pcmtlllcs for viola,
tlon of Ihn schedule waa still tltiK-tt If rl.
Til" Schedule N fnllnns! I'lnu. A
S5.&00 M tnritilli : MIum 11 ft r.nn ..........I
(O.NNH: .MACK A MA(;NATKM,,r.Norf,w""i-n. Loimue, which horallsn
. "x sue i allowed 11,000 moro than
inn ciuea rule', ('limn ('. N.400, except
malingers, and Class I $1,200.
Tho Class AA limit waa irot fixed, hut
will prohnhly bo itgrrcd upon at $,000.
Tho penalty schedule, which la a hang
over for discussion to-morrow, la sixty
days' suspension for Htiy player cnterlnt;
Into argument with his malinger to itroept
moro than tho scheduled pay. a tltto of
$100 for tho mnniiRor and a tlno of from
$100 to 1200 for tho rlub. Tho pimlxhlnq
of tho player ta tho stumbling block which
preventa an agrce-moitl.
To-dav Pitcher Covuleskl waa sold by
Connlo Mack to Hpokann and tho hli af
fair of the day In tho trading lino la
the three cornered combination being ma
nipulated between Iho Chicago Cuba, tho
Cincinnati Iteda and the i. l.nnls ..r.ii.
nals In an effort to irach a settlement by
which Joe Tinker can manage the Hods.
Cincinnati hux offered Intielder Photun,
OiitileidKr Mitchell and Tnllelder Orant to
thn Cubs for Tinker, but In vain, as Mur
phy wanta u fourth man. Thn Cuba mean
while, am planning to send Orant Hnd
I'helan to fit. I.ouls for Shortstop Mauser,
tlotrolt to-day sold Catcher Charley
"""'i i no lormer iiiRinanoer, to Mobile.
Oosslp In the lobbies s.ij-m that Chance
eventually will r.i to the IllRhlandera. All
tho magnates take thin for grunted.
BOSTON TERRIER SHOW BEST
IN HISTORY OF THE CLASSIC
Conduct nnd Arrangements Are
Nemo the Star.
i ia lr, I'. Taft of Clnrlnnnll, who is
Aid lo be vitally Interested In tho affairs
t-t the Philadelphia National 1-fHRiio Club,
Put the day heto yesterday on business
furelKii to hisob.ill. The tumora Involv
ng ihn possible sain or tho Philadelphia
diih n.itiirally created thn Imprctialon that
r Tuft suddenly had comn East for thn
purpose of considering ono of several
propositions that may lead to a change of
ownership and tho election of V. II. loekn
lo the presidency of tho club. Last night
Mr. Taft was located by Till! Sun and
thli question was asked :
"ll.li your trip Kast anything to do
with Ihn sale of tho Philadelphia club?"
"I will not deny that It was ono of tho
thlnza I hail In mind when 1 left Cincin
nati," leplled Mr. Taft. "Rut I am too
tired Just now to talk about matters In
connection with baseball, so pleaso ex
Word came from Philadelphia yesterday
that the Uairour-Clllmnrn ndlcatn had
derided not to ro throunh with tho deal
for the club. It la reported that thn price
asked for tho fianchlse and Krounds was
rlo.e to $1,000,000, IncludliiR HOO.000 said
lo ho tho tlRtiro nuked by Mr. Taft for tho
imrk alone, with morn than JSOO.000 de
manded fur tho franchise, (layers and
nutstandlitK obligations. It Is stated that
Mr. Taft desires to retain tho property
Investment, hut In his efforts to Ret rid of
the club ho ha consented lo removo thn
restrictions on the option which would bo
c.irrled by a transfer of tho franchise.
According to reports from Philadelphia,
the llalfour-Gllmoro syndicate called off
nr-rotlatlons after nn Inspection of the
elub-s books, which developed tho fact that
the profits of tho recent season had fallen
oft to 30 percent, less than thoso of 1911.
As stated In yesterday's Sun, still an
other syndicate Is dickering with an agent
of Mr. Taft In Philadelphia and something
may drop In a few days. It Is thought
thAt Mr. Taft 'will keep In close touch with
the situation while remaining In this city.
Former Manager Harry Wolverton of
the IllRhlandera was hero yesterday with
a rumor that Connie Mack, the manaRcr
of thn Athletics, would be engaged as his
successor. There la no truth in the story,
however, for tho excellent reason that
Mack has Just mado a deal by which ho
lwcomea tho owner of half tho Athlctto
club's stock, having secured 2S per cent,
of It within the last ten days. Mack, It
l true, had some dltllculty wltlr the
Messrs. Shi be after tho recent champion
ship season ended, but the trouble was
amicably adjusted. Mack's holdlnRS In
the club are said to be worth nearly 4250,
000. From a, low salaried ball player as
catcher of the Hartford team twenty-live
jears iiro Mack has become n real mag
nate. Ho had practically nothlnR when
he managed the Pirates in the "JOb, but
got In on the Rround floor when Ban John
son assigned him to thn post of manager
of the Athletics. Mack's success as man
ager has baen phenomenal, producing
enormous profits for the club and a big
salary for himself. In view of the yact
that he has become a half owner of' the
franchise and Krounds there. Is no doubt
that he will remain In charge of the for
mer world's champions as long as he cares
fur the job.
Wolverton came nere yesterday to ap
pear as a witness for the Highlander
club In a suit brought by Dennis Mulca
hey, who acted as trainer A part of last
season. The case came up before Justice
Blake In the municipal court at Broadway
and Ninety-sixth street yesterday morning
and resulted In a dismissal of the suit.
Wolverton declined to say anything about
his release from the Hilltop management.
Hero ts an official statement by Garry
Herrmann, owner of t,he Cincinnati club,
regarding the status of the pending deal
for Joe Tinker of the Chicago Cubs, who
Is wanted to Jecome manaRer of the Ileds:
"While It has been officially rumored
that both Charles W, Murphy, the owner,
and John IJvers, tho manager of the Chi
cago Nationals, have agreed to allow Jo
seph Tinker to come to the Cincinnati
club In the capacity of player and man
ager, I hae not heard from either of the
officials of the Cubs and until I do I
cannot tell Just what trade will be made.
"There have been all sorts of rumors
current about thn deal for Tinker, but as
jet none of them lr official. I cannot
tell the names of tin players who will
be sent to the Cubs in exchange for Tin
ker, for I do not know what players they
n III fleet. It Is sufficient to say that if
the Chicago people aie willing to allow
Tinker to come to Cincinnati the deal will
"I do not expect to make any trade
until after Murphy and Even return from
the minor league meeting In Milwaukee.
As toon as they get back I think thAt
the trade will be made, for I am confi
dent that the Cubs' owner and manager
will not stand In the way of Tinker's ad
vancement. I believe that everything will
h. settlfd in u few days."
In Chicago It la said that Herrmann
hs submitted tho names of seven Cin
cinnati players, three of whom the Cubj
lan have for Tinker's release. The play
en named hy the Cincinnati magnate are
nld to be Mitchell, Orant, Phelon, Suggs,
Knlsely, McLean and Bates. Under no
circumstances will Beschcr, Marsans and
lloblltzell bo allowed to go.
Herrmann Is quoted as saying that he
prefers Tinker to Frank Chance because
of the Reneral belief that Chance Is not
n condition to continue his brilliant work
of the past few years. If Chanco were
hitneif. Herrmann says, he would have
'he call, as he Is vastly more, experienced
than Tinker In handling ball players.
Barney Dreyfuss seems determined to
secure Bnger Brcsnahan to help tho Pi
rates behind tho bat next season. Ho Is
trying In Induce Chicago and Cincinnati
'o waive claim on Bresnahan's services
ard says he Is prepared to pay Bogcr a
'a' salary. .Mlko Donlln, by the way, pre
d'ets that tho Pirates will win the world's
championship next fall. "I feel confident
that Hre;nahan will be with us," says
Dnnitn "and then we'll walk away with
the National League pendant. Boger Is
the best lead oft man that ever played
b-i'i I know, for I played several years
with him. Plltsburg has the best team
,r the major leaRttea right now and with
"rennahan added thn next championship
caon will he a romp."
The Athletics have secured a crack out
fielder In Daley of tho Los Angeles club.
Mark has traded Pitcher Crabb, Outfielder
.MtiRgrrt and Infleldcr Fahey for Daley,
hoce batting average last season ex
Miller IIURgtns, the new manager of the
St Louis Cardinals, Is trying to secure
the releam of Catcher John Kllng from
the Boston Nationals. Kllng will not be
stained by Manager fitalllngs In the Hub
Hid Hugglna wants the former Cub
catcher to take Brcsnahan'n place.
Mnthenaoa Brines Down Deer.
'.'maklotti!, N. C, Nor. 1J, Chrlsly
Mathewson, left Newbejn to-dy for New
Tork. returning from bunt In the easl
rn North Carolina swamps. He reported
MIendld time during the two weeks
"r"tit In hunting big game, having 'been
fortunate enough to! kill ' law deer.
Hatty wan pleased with bis trip, bejnf
eu treated that urgent nuins aions
Boston. Nov. 13. The annual Boston
Terrier Club's show opened at Horticul
tural Hall to-day with the best repre
sentation of this breed of dog that has
ever been shown. From far away Pasa
dena, Cal., Freeman Ford sent Arroyo
Aigrette, better known by her old name,
Heilborn's Lady Dainty; from Clevelund,
Ohio, comes Mrs. J, F. Smith with Llllls
Crib, and so on eastward they came all
bound for tho Hub.
The show never waa so well conducted.
The building was IlRht and airy and the
benching so Bet up that the'erowd could
get around well without discomfort. Tho
ring was spacious with a double decker
on one side, a great Improvement over
pust yeurs, for while one class was being
Judged, the next class was ready waiting
and thus all delay was avoided.
The Judge, Mrs. F. A. Dallln. started
with the Junior dog puppies. The best
class of Junior nnd senior puppies was
brought out at this show that has been
seen for many a day.
In junior pupplea Hooker's Star, owned hr
Louis nudilntky. on: short fare, wlili
h. avy while marking', his worst fault uaa
In his feet, whlrh .re nmuhat open.
Heeond was Donderoa Smokeball, and third,
Senior pupplen Introduced Mrs. J. W. Min
ium's nockcllffe 1'laybov. Thl doe hail n
Kreat day, h Inning In thin clans, alan mlir
dlawrlshts and tolnr to reserve Inner".
Second In senior pupplea waa Auburn Itunl
ver. Third aa the Demon Pilot.
In novice llshtwelghta Ilooker'a Star, the
winning Junior puppy, acored, followed by
II ri J. V. Champlon'a Kllawortli Prince
PI PI. Third waa lira. A. J. Bourque'a Lit
Limit lightweights had only too rnn
tutants Joaeph F. Oarrlty'a Modge Boy
beat Mra. fhttmplon's Prince El!sAorth.
In open llghtuelghta Mra. (lllibj'a Hpetter
IN. won. Tlit la a good Uok all over. With
more uhlta on him lie would be hard to
beat. Heroml. Mra. Ueorgo II. I'ell'a well
knon Cricket K.; third, Benjamin I. Klm
uall'a Major Ulbl.
Nolce Mlddlewelghta Ftrat. RockcllrTn
Play Hoy; aecund. Auburn Itenlver. third.
Limit Mlddlewelghta Klrat. Auburn Ilenl
ver: eeconrt, Mra. M. P. Uowera'a Morning
Star; third. II, tl. Hiinter'a Hunter's Star.
Open, Doga, Mlddleueighta Sudbury
Nemo, a dog that alwaya haa been clone up.
won. Thla la a good dog and was looking
very Mt to-day; heretofore a had ahouer,
hut on this occasion showed for his life.
Second and third, repeat of previous class.
Heavyweights Dondero'a Victor took nrst,
a good one In color, head and markings;
aecond, Brighton Prince, loea to winner In
muxslzee. eyea. bone; third, llleller's Jerry,
Limit Dondero's' Victor won again; sec
ond, Kweena Karl, from heait bark best In
class, muzzle too short; third, Daniel P.
nichey's Ilevllo Itlp Jr.
In open heavyelghte, first mi Dark
Gengl Dlo, nlte dog, good color, Hell sta
tioned; second and ilwrd, Dondero'a Victor
and Itetllo Itlp Jr.
Winners, Dogs Sudbury Nemo, first. Mrs.
Mlnturn's RockcllfTe Play Boy, the winning
puppy, reserve. The older dog iron quite
easily, won In head and station and out
showed the puppy.
Junior Puppy Bitches First, John Dletsch
ler'a IlexelU; dark hrlndle, uncropped;
might have a little more muscle.
, Senior Hitches First, Mrs. M. P. Bowera's
Geoffrey's Patience; mahoagany brlndle;
wen easily; beat the second In head and
Limit bltrha brought together beat class
yet. Keen Mrs. D. Allen took plenty of time
over this class. Arethuea won. She is a
beatltlful Boston and won easily from Lady
Ringleader, which did not show as well as
usual. Third, Mrs. M. P. Ilowers's Llerre,
a nice soft, which Inst In color and markings.
Open bitches waa the grandest collection
of the show and worth going mllea to see
judged. Arethusa again won. beating Mra.
Mlnturn's Beautiful Doll and Mrs. Peel's
celebrated Queen of Ilearta. It Is only fair
to say that Beautiful Doll would not show
for her owner, while Arethusa and Queen
of Hearts showed for their lives.
The winning bitch. Arroo Aigrette,
owned by Freeman Ford, was nrst. This Is
a beautiful' bitch, with brlndle head and
white body, and she won handily from Ever
green tivelyn III., owned by Dr. Norman
r. Harris. Third, John Dietschler's Lady
Vrrna, which was quite outclassed In this
Open Bitches, 17 to 13 Pounds Freeman
Ford won again, with Arroyo Aigrette, with
Evergreen Evelyn second and Sudbury
Queen third, Nothing much In the heavy
weight bitches from the novice to the open
Winners, Hitches This brought out all the
winners and some of the second prize win
ners. Tho competition was tery keen, hut
there was no denying the beautiful Are
thusa, which again showed in perfect form,
although she had been In tho ring pretty
i. early all the evening. Again Mrs. Mln
turn's Beautiful Doll refused to show her
self, Mrs. Dallrn, after giving her plenty
of time, finally gave reservo to Freeman
Ford's Arroyo Aigrette.
The Judging through the day was ery
gnoil anil this Is the II rat time In the history
of a'Hoslon terrier club show here that the
classes all hae been Judge-1 the first da)
quite an accomplishment for a woman.
CROSS AND H0OAN READY.
Will Settle an Old (Tim rise at Forty
fnnrth Street SpnrllnB ('Inn Tn-nlKht
Leach Cross and Dim Hound Hngan
will settle their differences In a ten
round bout at the Forty-foutth Street
Hportlng Club to-night. After another
long wranglo yesterday they agreed to
makn 138 pounds ringside, which means
that both will bo In tiptop condition.
That the meeting will be a grudge affair
Is generally admitted. Tho boxers have
not forgotten the last time they clashed
a year ago at the Madison A. C, In Har
lem. In that affair Cross and Tlogan were
lighting furiously when tho teforee.
Charley While, suddenly toro them out of
a rough clinch and disqualified Hogan
before the first round wiis ended. Both
sides claimed victory. Slnco then many
fruitless attempts have been mado to
bring these yoyng men together, but Jt re
mained for tho Korty-fouitli street club to
clinch tho tnatcji. Cross and llogait will
be In the rln at 10 o'clock sharp.
It is probable that tho duto of tho Mike
Olbbons-Kldln MoOoorty match In Madi
son Square. Garden will be changed from
December 3 to the day following owing
to the fact that ine arena win nui im
ready n the original date. The chango
wllj oak no dlflernv to the boxers.
Borlon, Hnth, Johnson nnd Vitt
Shown in FipnrPH io Be
ATHLETICS LKAf) CIRCUIT
Hod Sox Second by Fractional
Point With Highlanders
a Hnd LiiHt.
Tho ofticlal fielding aerages of the
American League for 1312, which are
printed below, show In a measure tho
fallacy of nppfylng figures to baseball.
For example few persons well versed In
tho national gamn would select Uorton,
Bath, Johnson and Vltt as an JnfleM If
that person had his choice of all players
In tho clicult. Yet these men lead the
league In their respective positions on the
Tho appended figures speak for them
Ho. ton .
Wash. . .
Clrve, . ..
N. V . . .
Ttorlnn. t'hlcsco .. l
Collins, rh.lcs.cn... 4 IU
Johnson, Cleveland 4X Vfl
Oandll. WHshlngtnnt17 l,te
llradley, lvston . I lit
l'ournler, I'hlrago.. !. It
Morlsrty, Detroit... 72 o
(Irlgga. Cliteland.. Fti !
(lalnor, Detroit.... (I HI
Kutlna, SI. Louis.. SI 4K9
Mclnnes. Phils 13 1,633
l.ajole. Cleveland.. 20 17t
S'tnvall, St Louis. .IIS Mi
Hrhaefer, Wash.... 11 i:i
Sterrett, New York. 17 159
Stahl. Boston 13
Chase. New Vork..lS3 I.MS
Zelder, tlhlcngn.... ! (13
Engle, Boston S3 203
Plynn. Washington 20 17
K. Onslow, Detroit. 33 401
Hath. Chicago 167 333
l.ajole, Cleveland.. 97 241
Collin-, l'lilla.a....lS3 3
Iouden. Detroit... 3 200
Vltt, Detroit 15 2
Simmons. N. V P3 MJ
Pratt, St. Louis. ..121 S"2
Yerkes, Boston 13t 144
Laporte.Wash-St. L 47 143
Morgan. Wash.... s 1&0
Ball, Uos.-Cleve..,. 63 lot
Schaefer, Wash.... 1 30
Delehanty. Detroit. 45 93
Knight, Wash 3S (3
Oardlner. N. Y ... 43 93
Englr. Boston 13 23
Johnson, Chicago... It 23- 37
McMillan, N. Y 41 74 10
Wallace, St. louls. 37 113 271
Mcllride. Wash... 132 349 491
Hush. Detroit 144 317 347
Harry. PhlU 139 233 43
Pecklnpaugh. (.'leva. t9 127 III
Wagner, Ilostou...l44 332 391
Olson. Cleveland.. 6 111 110
Weaver, Chicago. .1(7 343 423
Chapman. Cleve... 31 70 72
Martin. New York. 61 127 217
Pratt. St. Louie.... 21 43 73
Slump. New York.. 27 4t 70
Derrick. Phlla St 27 67
Halllnan, Ht. Louis 27 41 :
Daly. St. Louis.. ..17 S? 41
Vltt, Detroit 24 30 66
Turner, Cleteland. .103 IS9 199
Olson, Cleveland... M 12 74
IWI, Detroit 41 41 113
Haker. Phlla 14V S17 321
.elder. Chicago.... U 67 101
Morlarlty, Detroit.. 33 42 70
Gardner, Boston... .143 167 296
Corrlden. Detroit... S3 21 30
Foster. Wash 164 1 341
Austin. St. Lnula..,149 219 293
Harttell, N. Y St 92 100
Mldklrf, N. Y 21 21 62
Lord. Chicago lot 137 172
Paddock, N. Y. ... 4 2 49 19
iHJUden. Detroit.... 27 22 lit
Dulan, New York.. 17 13 21
Jantren, St. Louis.. 31 63
Hendryx, Cleveland. 21 44 1
Mclnnre, Chicago.. 43 37 2
Hunter, Cleveland.. 21 33 1
Strunk, Phlla 120 273 lti
Crawford, Detroit. .149 tea It
Muttlrk, Chicago,.. II 164 6
Oldrlng, Phlla VI 214 3
Hogun. St. Louis.. II 229 14
Sterrett. New York. 31 tt 3
Collins. Chicago. ...107 177 11
llodle, Chicago 137 201 It
Hooper, Boston. ... 117 220 22
Junes, Detroit 97 141 13
Lellvelt, Now York. 3 73 4
ltan. Cleveland 93 17 11
Shanks, Wnh 113 119 14
Speaker, HAaton. . 133 312 36
(Jranry. 'leeland.. 71 14s 11
liril. Chicago 43 tt 6
Birmingham, ('lev. 107 19 18
Jackson, Clct eland. 132 273 30
Cree, New York ... 60 123 3
Lewis. Iloston 161 301 23
i;. Murphy, I'hlla,. 33 41 a
Walsh. Phlla 31 70 1
DanlrlF. New York. 133 277 13
Moeller. Wash Hi 227 26
Lord. Phlla 94 148 16
Shntlen. St, Louis.. 164 331 20
Cnbli, Detroit 140 324 21
HurMrlt. N. Y 55 101 9
Callahan, Chicago. .Ill Mt 3
.Maggert. Phlla 72 103 6
Milan. Wash 164 Hi 31
Williams. St. Louis, tt 94 12
Ml It. Detroit 27 60 2
Veach, Detroit 21 41 6
Malonry. New York. 22 61 2
I'ompton, SI. Louls.100 139 9
Butcher, Cleveland. St 43 3
Henrlkson. Iloston.. 37 10 0
Laporte. H. I.. 4s W. 33 40 3
Schaefer. Wash.... 19 14 4
'Ann. New York lot 158 9
D. Murphy. Phlla.. 31 39 1
Delehanty. Detroit. 33 63 3
Walker, Wash 33 33 t
Coombs. Phlla.... 64
I'lank, PhlU 34
White, Chicago.,.. SI
IUumgardnrr. St. L '.'
Cashlon, Wash.,.. 33
Uulnn, New York. M
'ood, Boston (3
lledlent, Boston. . . 34
Dubuce, Detroit. ... 3t
Knhler, Cleveland. 32
Brown. Phlla 30
Johnson, Wash 53
Kngle, Wash. ... 1
Collins, Iloston 2
Hall, Boston 3.'
lUskette. Cleve 19
lllandlng, Cleve 3
Bender. Phlla 2
Ford, New York... 34
Steen, Cleveland.... 22
Peters, Chicago ... 23
O'Brien. Boston... 3i
Wllletl. Detroit.... 37
i:. Broun, St, Louis, 21
Lake. Detroit 33
Caldwell, N. Y.... 39
Vaughn, Wash. ... 22
lloiak, Phlla 23
Hamilton. St Louis 36
Mullsn, Detroit.... 37
(Jregg. Cloeland.. 33
Powell, SI. Louis., Jt
JtiCnnnell. N. Y. . . 12
Fisher, New York. . It
Walsh, Chicago.,,, tl
Allison, St. Louis. . . 27
Uronnte, Wash.... 42
Lange, Chicago 36
W.irhop, New York 37
Hughia. Wash.,.. 30
Works. Detroit .... 22
Buna. Chicago 38
Mitchell, Cleve, ... 23
Cady, Boston,..,.. 43
Nuuatnaker, Boston 35
Thomas, Phlla,... 4(
Carrlgan, Boston., 8 7
Alexander, St. I.ouls 37
Kuhn, Chicago,,.. 76
O'Neill. Cleveland. 68
Masterly. Chicago.. 93
Krlchell. St. 1-ouls.
Strcel, New York.
Sweeney. N. Y ... 110
Stephens, St. louls 74
Carlsch, Cleveland. 24
J. Onslow, Detroit., 31
Adams. Cleveland. 20
Stanags, Detroit ,, ,119
Williams. N. Y 20
Srhalk, Chicago,,, 13
Kocher, Detroit,... 24
75 1 1
FIVE TEAMS SEND IN ENTRIES.
Irish Anierlcnna K.iieclril to .level I
I.Ui for Hill mill llnle Title.
With the possible exception of tho Irish
American Athletic t'lub entry, till those
Intending to compvtn for thn first of the
eiasiin'H hill and dale national champion
ships had sent In their entries 5esterday,
It Is expected that the Irish club's entry
will be In this morning's mall and If sn
It will make six teams to compete for the
Junior event which will bo held next Sat
urday over the Van Cortland! Park couise.
For tho llrst time Columbia University
ban entered a team, one of those named
being It. M. Bonslb. the Blun and White's
cihcU middle distance runner. Those who
wilt compete Individually Include Hasten
Htrohlno, the South Paterson marathoner;
T. Harden, Vonkers; M. A. Iltiysnian, Irish
American A. C, and K. Jordan, Navlcr
A. A. The team entiles follow:
Mohawk A. C- A. Itoth, P. Wilson. T. Porpori,
It, Diddle, II. Masterson, J, llrooks, A. J, Savage,
Mnrnlnnlde A. C, O. Nelson. J, Williams, II.
I.uras, r. UcCann, J. Maler, P. Coulter, (I. Moons,
lxng Island A. (V S. Ille. II. Kramer, .1.
W. Plant. A. A. Illrhmond, T. Carroll, W. Islle.
M. Wald, W. Ilrorkwrhl.
Columbia University A. A.- II. 11. Dvana, It.
M. Ilonsll, ('. P. Browning, 8. 61. Janney, W.
Durkee.S. Itclchard.N. Mice. ll.Zvlrln.
New York A. P.- O. (ilhhons, M. Hughes, T.
Neiindorfer, D. V. Nnhle, J. .1. Plsherl), II. R.
J. Dlrkmaa, U.M. Crllrhtey, F. Smith.
MERRY LAD ROMPS MERRILY.
Ontetrlpsj Talent's Choices anil Wins
Norfolk, Vb., Nov. 13. Tho fall meet
lug of tho Jamestown Jockey Club was
opened here to-day. The feature, tho Lynn
haven handicap, was won by Merry l.ud,
an outsider. The talent put their money
on Hilarious and II. T. Wilson's Alta
maha. Kormnck mado a try near the
wire, put was beaten by a half length.
First Itare Two. year-olds: selling: ne
end a half furlongs: Insurance Man, It:
(."mall), even, won: Ancon, 109 (Turnerl, 2
to t for place, aecond; Province, to (Hus
ton). 2 to 1 to show, third. Time lios.
Willis, Sand Hog, Mamma Johnson and Cor
onet nlso ran.
Second Usee Helling; mile -and seventy
yards: Mollle H., 112 (Falrhrother), to 1.
won; Senator Sparks 102 (Teahan), r, to 1
for place, second; Sldnn, 103 (Buxton). 4 lo
1 to show, third. Time 1:41 4-5. (1 run la.
Bearb Sand, llenotlc, Cheer Up and Mnn
tagnle and Absconder also ran.
Third Bare Selling: six furlongs: Sher
wood, 114 (Small), 2 to I, won: Itousseaux,
101 (Mtnton). 7 to 10 for place, second;
Spnhn, 110 (Turner), 3 to 6 to show, third.
Time 1:13 4-6. SI rex Is. Thrifty, Callwo.
Kims, Union Jack and Chilton Squaw also
Fourth llace Lynn Haven Hotel llandlrap:
for all ages; one mile; setting: Merry Lad,
110 (dam), 20 lo 1, won; Korniack. 110
((Haas), 2 to 1 for plare. second: Hilarious,
113 (Smalt), out to show, third. Time
1:40 2-5.. dates, Altamaha. Warhorn. Ivauel,
Blackford, Elro and Whttewond also ran.
Fifth Hare Mile and seventy yards; soil
ing: Question Mark, 109 ((Haas), 3 to 1,
won: Nlmhus, 112 (Turner). 4 to 6 for place;
second; Supervisor, 107 (Teahan), out to
how, third. Time 1:46 2-3. Hatdeman,
First Peep and Lad of Langdon also ran.
Sixth Race Mile and a sixteenth: Pard
ner. 109 (Mundon). 8 to 1, won: Donald Mac
donald. Ill (Small), out for place, second,
Chester Krum. 114 (Butwell), 2 to 6 to
show, third. Time 1:lt 3-5. Sir Cleges,
Hedge Rose, Deduction, Pliant and Manas
seh also ran.
LOCAL DEALERS TRYING
FOR VANDERBILT RACE
Men Who Rnn Brighton Meets
Think They Can Swing
FosKatru'TtK salt; f.
rORKCLfttniE BALM. .
BIUSCOE'S SMALL CAIt
Kx-PreHident of IJ. S. Motors
IMniiH to Build an
The group of local automobile dealers
who lan tho two race meets at Brighton
Beach this autumn are planning lo
branch out. They Intend lo get some
morn dealers Into tho company and to
try to swing the Vanderbllt cup raco for
next September. A meeting will be held
soon to talk things over.
One of these dealers said yesterday
they could get a course on Long Island
for the race and military protection could
he at ranged for. This latter Is Important,
because without such guards to keep spec
tators back from the danger sone they
cannot bo sanctioned by the A. A. A., or
hy common senso either.
Havannah Is In the field again for the
Vanderbllt and Orand Prlsn races, but
the Influence of the local dealers will be
urged aglnst that city getting both races.
They say that with two races of this
sort run st one meet ono surfers or both
suffer. Milwaukee has no chance for the
rnres again, chiefly because drivers and
cars ar a needed feature of any meet
and neither cars nor d rivet a will try It
again out there.
The Vanderbllt was raced first on Long
Island, and -very year save one from
1304 to 1910 Inclusive. In 1911 It Went
to Savannah and this year to Milwaukee.
John B. Matis, who was New York man
ager for rioodyear, now Is with the United
Htntes Tire Company as assistant to O.
H. Tweedy, district manger for the Kast
orn territory, Wilbur llobbs, late New
York manger for the Mlchelln, now Is In
charge of tho Goodyear place.
JOE O'BRIEN TO RETIRE.
Giants' Nrrretarr Needs Rest, flays
It amor About Town.
An unconfirmed rumor gained circula
tion along Broadway last night that Hec
ritary Joseph I). O'Brien would soon be
succeeded In the business management of
the Giants. It was said that Mr. O'Brien
had found tho duties of his position too
arduous and was forced to withdraw by
order of his physician.
At the club office it was stated that
Mr. O'Brien was resting up at a resort
away from the city. Mr. Brush Is 111 at
the Hotel Imperial and could not be keen.
O'Brien succeeded William Gray In the
position and It was generally understood
that his work had been highly satisfac
tory. He combined One executive ability
with a pleasant personality nnd an abil
ity to smooth over the thousand and on"
minor complaints coming to a man In his
Welner Ilrop Kicks In Sljle.
Practice In goal kicking marked the
practice of the NVw York University
eleven yesterday afternoon. The team
after running down punts for some' time
was put through signal piactlce. while
Bib Welncr was drop kicking. He con
sistently placed the ball lietwcen the goal
posts from thn 35 yard line.
NOTES OF TRACK AND FIELD.
Inspection of the "W. .1. Kane" letter that
charged the colored champion. Drew, with
professionalism shows It to he written Mck
handed In an attempt at disguising the
writing of the sender.
Capt. Malt Hatpin of the New York A. C.
sent out aliut fifty letters estenl.iy lo
games officials to verify the two records
made by the club's relay team and the 660
yard record of Kddlo Krlck, One relay
record Is the four men Indoor at HufTaln and
thn other la tha Ave men outdoor at Traers
Two Americans and two foreigners will
be the leading figures In the-race of twelve
miles, styled the Crotona Derhy, at tho
Twenty-second Regiment armory on Satur
day night. William Kolrhtnalnen. holder of
the world'a Marathon record, and A. B.
Wood, holder of the fifteen mile professional
record, are the outlanders pitted against
Billy Queal and lUns Holmer, Thure Jo.
hannsnn. John Sanherg. Jim frewley and
Carl Nlemenln are the other starters.
By mall Note the Metropolitan Association
of the A. A. U. has derided lo Increase tha
number of members on the registration com
mittee from three to five. This will have
to V approed by the A. A. If. next .Monday
before a meeting Is called for the election
of the new members.
Home automobiles have made an ap
pcarnce recently with license platen read
ing like this, for Instance: "A 15. N. Y."
The "A" puisled many folks. It Indicates
that the number plate Is one of a new
series. The Htate bought 105,000 or 110,
000 sets of plates and has exhausted
these. Therefore the additional plates are
Tho car thnt Is registered: "A 1, N.
V." ought to he a Joy to the publicity
man of the concern that sells It. He
can say the car has the ofticlal approval
of the State
When Benjamin Briscoe, ex-prestdent of
the United Htates Motor Corrtpany, re
turns from Kurope some months hence
he will bring with him a complete car of
a model that be Intends manufacturing
hrv. This marhlne, for which tho draw
Iiiuh nnd t lans am pretty well along. Is
Intended to bo the "do luxe" car of the
t)le In and around $800 In prico
Mr. Bilscoo will not get to work
actively on this machine until after the
first of the year. He will be motoring
around the south of France and there
abouts, just loafing. Thin he will set to
and hv the car built for htm abroad,
Just one machine as the pattern ear of thn
line. When he returns he will be ready
to get going on plans for manufacturing
C'eoign I.. Sullivan has been appointed
manager ct the Chicago branch of the
Alco. He went with tho company little
moi than a year ago as travelling rv
rescntntt'.e and later became supervisor
if titanches. Hulllvan at one time was
automob:,c editor of the New York
Tribuur and has many friends alonr.
thi rcw In this city, who are I based at
A contract for twenty Garford threo
ton trucks wus closed last week by J. T,
Halnler of tho U. & I.. Companj-, Eastern
Garford agents, theso being Intended for
the new piucels post. Tho order was
placed by II. F. Hardesty, president of the
New York Mall Company, contractors for
the mall service In New York. This
makes a total of fifty-seven Oarford
trucks purchased by this company this
C'lnar Gamp Tails to Mayer.
ritIi.Aiiit.rniA, Nov. 13. Joseph Mayer
of Philadelphia defeatid James Shea of
ChlrHRti to-night by 50 to 45 In the closest
match of the Chicago-Philadelphia ser
ies In the national three cushion bill
iard league. Neither could gain a lead
until the latter part of the game. They
were tied at 24, S5, !7, 32 and 3. Tho
Chicago player then ran 4. making his
score 40. Mayer followed with a run of
4, tlelng the score again. Mayer then
tan 2 nnd Shea followed with 3, but after
that Mayer forged ahead and won.
J users nn nruvaijn syrcawsr,
Ocean Boulevard, Brooklyn, otherwise
known as the Speedway, was the scene
of a late season harness race meet yes
terday. Of the five contests decided, the
most exciting was won by Cuban, with
George Van Snedeker up. Bert Hall's Dr.
Thrcet presseit the winner closely In both
heats, The times were 1 :03 and 1 :06.
'COUNTRY Lin WITHIN A HALF HOUR OF THE GRAND CENTRAL
llunln a Theatre Owner.
PlllhAPKU'iltA, Nov, 13. Charley Hooln
plana to graduate from u performer In
vatidrvllln to a theatre owner and Is
reported as having bought u playhouse In
HOTEL GRAM A TAN
LAWRENCE PARK, BRONXVILLE, N. Y.
OPEN ALL THE YEAR
r 1'ilhfr quUt
. dncinc ami
I our own farm.
klft And full InfnrniH
HOTEL CRAMATAN, INC., Preprlr.tors
IN Till'. UNITKI
for the Sou I hern
, ri.nr.lU! JAiAr.
i 1 '"""Tj roWPM'nani. .versus i..i M , r.iim. ! ,Y .,Vi..,.i- V ..14 ...... .a..Ml
rANV ua , "thin defendant, ,UUM,OA" mMm The iVrllnrsU nf the Mid I Th. farmers' t,nn
lrVuVnt Yo a deVrf ine rireiilt Court of tho .d Tru.t Company that It hold; beads M therein
Belted States for the Southern District of New
vork, made In the above-entitled caue, bear
ing date the lath day nf February, 1011. nnd filed
In the office of the clerk of said Court on or about
Ike same day, and foreclosing the mortgage made
In ine said Tha Farmers' loan andTrtut Company,
; Trustee, by the said Central Park. North and
lat Itlver lUllroarl Company, dated December
first, l72. the undersigned, the Master Commis
sioner In and by said decree appointed for Ihe
purpose of telling the property therein directed
to be sold, will, on Thursday, the 31st day of Octo
ber. 1012, at Twelve o clock noon of that day. sell
t plhllo auction to thn highest bidder therefor,
the said property, a brief general description nf
which Is given below. In accordance l(h tho
terms and prnvldons. nf said decree, at the norl'.i
main entrance nf the County Cntirt House of the
Counlyof New York, In the borough ot Manhattan,
In the City of New York, In the Stale of New York.
The following Is a brief description nf Ihe
property to be sold, helng the description thereof
contained In the said mortgage and decree (the
words "party of the first part" In said description
referring to the said Central Park, North and Kast
Itlver Railroad Company, nnd tho Act of the
legislator of the Htate nf New York menlloned
Is sjld description helms the Act entitled "An Art
to Authorise the Construction of a Itallroad on
South. West and certain oiher streets In the cMiv
of New York.- passed April Uth. Isfln: and the
Certiorate mentioned In said description belnir
tle.crlhed subject to the order of ihe panr named
therein, said certificate hrlnc by such party
transferred tn the order of said Waster Oarnmls
sinner, will be accented tn lieu nf such bends.
Any parly to said cause and any bolder f
holders of any nf. the bend so secured by th
Urn nf sold mortgage dated December 1st, tin.
as aforesaid, may hid and purchase at such sals.
Within thirty days from the oosarsuiiea nf
soon sale, or seen farther tlm as ah Cnrl
may allow on application of the purchaser, far
good rati.n shnnn, the purchaser. Ill luceeaaeri
and assigns shall complete Payment nf the entire
amount inn tt. tne sain Hatter t ntntnistioaer;
and on such payment Ike said parcsaaer, hi
successors and assigns will be entitled to receive
a deed nf conveyance and nlll of sale of the prep-em-
purchased from the Matter CommlsalostT,
nnd from the other parties In said cans a In aalej
decree provided, and to receive poaaeadoa mt tap
property so purchased from ths parties ksidni
possession of th lame.
The purchaser at such sale, bis iiircMors fld
asslgna nlll be allowed one year from tka data
of confirmation within which lo fleet, adapt or
continue In force, or to refuse to adopt, any feat,
traffic or irnrkage or operating agreement, of
other executory contract nhlch may be Included
In Ihe properly sold, or may constitute an Inci
dent or appurlenanre thereof. Such tleetlen
shall he made by an Instrument In writing rub
scribed by such purchaser, his successor or
slens. and filed In the office of the Clerk of salt)
tne certiorate of Incorporation of said Central ' Court, and no conduct or user of right by ear
Park. Norta and Kast fllver Railroad Company i such purrhaser. hl tieeeiaort or atlrni.iVthHi
filed In the office of the Secretary of state of the! surh period of one year unaccompanied by tkf
8lala of Nw York on or about the lth day of
"All those thirty-four certain lots, pieces or
parcels of land, situate, lying and bring In the
Twenty-second Ward of the City of New York,
wh'eh taken together are hounded and described
a follows, namely: beginning at the southwest
erly coiner of Fifty-fourth street nd Tenth ave
nue; thence running westerly alontr the southerly
side of Fitly-fourth street, your hundred and
twenty-live feet: thence southerly and parallel
with Tenth avenue. Two hundred feet ten Inches
to the northerly line of I lfty-thlrd street! thence
easterly alonr the said northerly tine of Fifty
third street, Four hundred and twentv-flve feet
to the southwesterly corner nf rifty-thlnt street
and Tentn avenue- and thence nortnepy atone
Ihe westerly line of Tenth avenue, Tun nundrcd
ire. ten inones. io tne nisco or nertnning:
geiner wnn tne Depot windings then
rrrcien, ann an nno singular tne tenements,
hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto be
longing or tn anywise appertaining, nnd the re-
version ana rev. (inns, remainder and remainders,
rents, Issues and profits thereof, and alvo all the
estate, right, title. Interest, property, possession,
claim and demand whatsoever, as veil In law at
In equity of the said party of the nrst part of. in
and to ihe tame, and every pari and parrel
thereof, with the appurtenances. Also, all nnd
singular the rights, privileges, franchises, au
thorlty and posters held, owned and possessed
by the said party of the first part, as aforesaid,
and also all and singular the lines of rallinad now
constructed or hereafter to he constructed nn tne
streets and avenues described and.set forth In Its
Mid eeftlfltate. and In the said Act of the legis
lature of the State of New York, anl onsuch other
treets or avenues as the said party of the first
rartmav at any time hereafter bo permitted to
use for thai purpose: with all the franchises and
rights, power. prlvle-e and authority which may
hereafter be acquired by the said party of the
nrtt part, to use ttrh other streets and avenues,
and all rails, ties, strl:iger. chairs, and all struc
tures and materials for structures, now apnur
Knant or belonging t the said ra'lrovl, or which
miy be, at any tlm hereafter to said Itoal ap
purtenant or helontlng, by what name soever
designated, and all rolling stock, horses, harness,
toplt. Implements, t.iap. surveys, pronlci. and
all nther personal property of whatever name nr
nature, now belonging to said party of the first
part, or which may hereafter be acquired by It.
or Its successors, and also all real estate. Denot
grounds, and grounds for storage now owned,
pr nhlch may hereafter at any time be acquired
by the partv of the first part, and all shont and
tables, and all other erections now owned or
herealter to be ooned or constructed hy the
Carty of thersl part on said real estate hcre'n
efore described, or upon any other real estate,
and all other property of every uame and nature,
real, personal, or mixed, whlrh may hereafter be
acquired by said party of the first part or Its suc
cessors, and all other property rights. Interests,
privileges, franchises, authority and powert of
what name or nature soever, now owned or whlrh
may hereafter be acquired by the said party of the
nrst part." e
Including the following parcels of rest estate
acquired by the said Central Park, North and F.ast
River Railroad Company subsequently to the date
of the said mortgage and now sublect tn the lien
pf said mortgage, a!' of said parcel, being situated
In the Rorough of Manhattan, city. County anj
State of New York:
"(a) The parrel of reap estate conveyed to the
said Central Park, North and Kast Itlver Itallroad
Company, by John A. Morrison, by deed dated
March 10th, 1871, and recorded May 11th. U75. In
Liber 1KS of Conveyances of the Itertster't office
for the County of New York, page i et seq. and
In the said deed described aa follows: All those
certain Ion. pieces or oarrels of ground, situate,
lying and being tn the ttd Ward if the City of New
ork and bounded and described as follows: Be
Inning at a point on the south side of Uth Street
In said City distant Sn feet easterly from the
southeast corner of the 1 1th Avenue and Mth
Street, running thence easterly JS feet alcnr the
southerly line of Mth Street: thence southerly
pra"el to nth Avenue through the centre of the
block tn the line of pronerlv owned by larrlt H.
Striker 11 feet IPs Inches: Ihence northwesterly
along the line of said property 55 feel sn Inches:
thence northerly parallel to 11th Avenue ISO feet
ani Inches to the rlre of bcrlnnln".'
"lb.) The parrel of real estate conveyed to the
said Central park, North and 1'jist River Hallroaii
Company by Jennie McDonald and John McDon
ald, her husband, br deed dated November 15th.
lasl, and recorded November Mth. IMt, In Liber
WM of Coniervanres of the Register's office for
the County of New York, page IM et seq.. and
In said deed described at follows: 'All that certain
piece or parcel of land. I Ing and being In thojmd
Ward of the City of New York situated on the
north side of Mrd Street between loth and llth
Avenues and known ss IjoX No. 7S9 on a certain
map of John Hopper estate Pled In the He rister's
office of the City of New York, December 31, IMt.
XMan No. soO. and being bounded and described
follow: Reglnnlng at a point on Ihe northerly
side of Mrd Street distant 450 feet westerly from
the wetterlv tide of Tenth Avenue and running
thence westward! along tho northerly side of
SSrd Street M feet: thence northwardly on a line
parallel with Tenth Avenue 44 feel lo inches:
thence southeastward!- li feet or thereabouts
to a point In a line distant 41 feel 4'( Inches north
wardly from the north fide of Slnl Street and
thence southwardly on a line parallel with loth
Avenue 41 feet 4t4 Inches to the northerly side
of Mrd Street to the point nr place of beginning.'
"(c.l Th parcel of real estate couvevel to the
tald Ceulrai Park. North and lit River Rail
road Company, by Xtargerete Kampfuer and
August Kampfner, her butband, by dent dated
October :7lh, IMI, and rccordel November 1st,
IMt. In Mber 1STI of Contevanoes. of the Regis.
tw' office for the County of New York, page sw
et seq., and In said deed tleM-rlbed aa follows:
All that cerUIn lot. piece or parrel of land, lying
and, being In tho Shin Wanl of the City of New
V ork utuaion on the northerly side of ."Jrd Street
distant 411 feet westwardly from Iho westerly
aid of mth Avenue, running thence westwardly
along said northerly side of Mrd Streel ss feet:
thence northwardly on a Una parallel with loth
Avenue 41 feet '( Inches: thence southeast
wardly 23 feet or thereabouts to a point In a linn
distant 37 feet imi Inches northwardly from the
northerly tide of Unl Street and thence south
wardly on a line parallel with loth Avenue 37 feet
lots Inches tn the northerly side of Mrd Street
to the point or place of beginning.'
"id. I The parrel nf real estatoconveyed to the
tald Central Park, North and Kast River Railroad
Company, by John Poersch and Theodora, his
wife, by deed dated September 2;nd, IW)!, and
recorded September 2Sth. 1N11, In I.lbnr 0 of Con
veyances, Section 4, In tne nfP.ce of the Register
pf the County of New York, pages 7 et seq., and
n said deed described as follows' 'Certain lots
In the Knd Ward of the City of New York bounded
and described as follows- beginning at a point
on the southerly side of S4th Street dUtar.t Sit
feet easterly from Ihe southeasterly comer of stth
street and llth Avenue running thence easterly
IS feet along the southerly line of .Mth Street,
thence toutheiti- parallel to the llth Avenue
through the centre of tho block to the line nf
property owned by Uarret II. Striker .tg feet
( Inches: thence northwesterly along the lino of
M property :.1 feet and 3.' Inrhc. thence north
erly parallel to llth Avenue H feet to tho point
or "lace of beginning.' "
The asm premie and properly, real, personal
and mixed, rights, privileges, muniments and
franchises, wheresoever situated, will be sold aa
an entirety, and without valuation, appraisement,
redemption or extension, at public auction to. Ihn
highest bidder therefor. The said premises and
property will he sold subject tn all taxes and
assessments and llena prior tn the lien of Ihe said
mortgage existing In favor of any person or per
son!, corporation or corporations, not a parly to
tald reuse: but the purchaser at surh sale, his suc
cessor and assigns shall have the right to contest
ny claim for which priority of Hen over tho Urn
of said mortgage upon talq premises and property
thall be aisertel.
The Master Commissioner will recede on M,i
front any perton until turh person shall have de-
mini of such written Instrument, shall be deemed
to conclude tt.e purrnastr, nn successors or te
Irns. in respect. of such election. In Ihe treat
of the failure by sum purchaser, hit successor or
assigns, tn tile a statement of election to refuse
to adopt any such contract, lease or agreemtai
within the period of one year above allowed, h of
they shall be deemed to have elected to adojM
such contract, lease or agreement and to ac
cept the same as part of th property purchased'
In the event that surh purchaser, his succeattrt
nr assigns, shall elect not lo adopt any euch
tease, contract or agreement, he nr they etiall
reassign and reiranster all his or Ihelr right, tits
and Interest In thn same lo the Central. Park;
North and Hast River Railroad Company without
deduction, however, from thn rum paid or payable
by tald purchaser on account or his purchase
I'or a more detailed statement nf the terms na
conditions tinder whlrh ssld sale wilt be matt
reference It hereby made to the tald decree.
Dated. October 2nd. ion.
New York. N. V.
tiKl.l.HR. HOUSTON k HOllAN. , '
'-2 Kxrhange Plare.
New York, N. Y.
Solicitors for Complainant. ,
The Interning sale Is hereby adlnurned utH
Thursday, the llth day of Nnxember. ISM. at wa
o'clock In the afternoon, at the same place de
scribed In the foregoing notice.
New York. N. T. -
w.t.i.v.n. rouston a horan. a
Solicitors for Complainant,
22 Kxrhange Place.
New York. N. Y.
PCni.IC NOTICES. 0
NOTICK TO CREDITORS.
IN THP. IMTATK OF DANIF.L ALBKRT MTU.
ART. Isle nf Hot Springs, Arkansas, U. 8. A.,
MiTlcr. Is hereby given pursuant to I George V
Chapter 2. Section U. (Ontario) that all creditors
and others having claims agalntt the estate of tha
above named Daniel Albert Stuart, who died on
Nntrmbcr llth. 1103, at New York City, are re
quired on or before the ISlh day of December.
1IU2, tn send to the undersigned administrator
their names and addresses and full partlculara lo
writing of their claims, with statement of their ac
counts and the nature, of the securities (If anyl
held by them. .,
AND FURTHER TAKK NOTICK that after
December lMh, 1012, the administrator will dis
tribute the assets of the deceased amonr Ihe per
sons entitled thereto, having regard only to tha
claims of which notice has been given, and thai
the administrators will not be liable for such aa
sets, or any part thereof, to any creditor or other
person of whose claim notice has not been then
Dated at Toronto. November nrst, 113. '
Till: UNION TntJST COMPANY. Limited.
Temple Building, Toronto, ,
By their Solicitors. !
MACMURCHY DENI50N. '
DRILLING for Marine Corps. Quartermaster's
Department. Washington, V. C Nov. IS, ISU.-i
SI'.ALED PHOPOSAI.S, to be publicly opened la
this office at 11 A. M..Nnv. it. 112, are hereby
Hulled for furnishing the Marine Corp wlti
ISu.000 yards of white cotton drilling. Proposal
blanks and other Information can lie obtained
at this office and at Ihe office of the Depot Ouaiw
formatter, 1100 South Dread Streel, Philadelphia,
pa. Thla office reserves the right to reject say
or all bids or parts thereof and to waive In
formalities therein. C. L. McCAWLKY. Lt.-CoLi
Asst. Quartermaster. In charge oi Department. ,
WEST l"OINT. N. Y.. November !. IIU.-
Sealed proposals. In triplicate, subject to tha
usual condition, will be received here unlit 1
o'clock P. M.t December 4. 1012. for constructing
an oil house and wagon shed at this post. In
formation furnished on application to Quarter.
r posited with mm tne sum ur i my thousand dol
trs (tVl.oOO), whlrh deposit will be returned In
rase the depositor's bid be not accepted: but li
MILLER, ADKLK D. In pursuance of aa erdar.
of Hon. Robert Ludlow Fowler, a Surrogate of
Ihe County of New York.1 notice ts hereby glrtar
to all persons having claims agalntt ADfcUJ D;
MILLER, late of the County of Easel. SUM of
New- Jersey, deceased, to present the sauna with
vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at hi pUoe
of transacting buslnet in th office ef Wolf 4k
Kohn. No. 203 Broadway. Ilorough of MuhatUO.
City of New York, on or before the 2tlh day of
November. 1913. baud New York, the Mth day
of May. 11)13. ALEXANDER CRAY. Jr.. 1
WOLF KOHN. 1
Attorneys for Executor. u
203 Broadway. Msnhatun J
NEW YOlftt New Vera Cttf
g Bath asset.
MISS CHAIRES' SCHOOL
W.st IM fttreet.
OPRN-AIR WORK A HFF.CIAL FEATtTRH
Kindergarten and Primary. Rots and atria
from three to ten year. Tutoring Afternoon
Cs.e ts""s-s. - atnf ns"e,.;
l-aagwag Itoth Beset.
Superior native teacher.'
'Irrnit Reasonable ,
TtUI k-saon Irfa.
Thn Rest Method.
Day and Evening Session.
At School or Residence,
cusses and Prlvato
Madison Sauare II12J llroadw'avi
Harlem Branch, 313 lnox Av., nr. lllta. L
Brooklyn " 2H-220 Livingston SL
New class eeattantlj foraaiag. i '
DOt is) A NO ItlRDS.
BIRDS SING NOW
Warranted Singers. S3 and It-
Soft singers, is, y is, tin.
iiomen Lonirums, ata. sai.
Parrots. 125, UD. (7$, 100, $30.
Don. Cats. Fish. Bird.
Milium e iiihik un nirus. ism, wi uuu. u.-
inc: rare, feeding: mall, izc. in stamps.
li. w. iioldi.Ni : wei
Vest 23d St., ntar lib av.
SITUATION" WANTED MAfcE.
Tha Meat Attractive Country Hstal
Adlacsnt ta Naw York City
GARDEN CITY. L. I.
Spuial Wlntt-r Rati
Oae nt ihe mott exclusive country hotel
In America. Enlarged and Improved Capacity
doubled this year. A combination nf country
life and inelrnpnlltan hotel luxury fldom
found, Every nutdoor and Indoor amine
nient. 1H inllet from New York. Krcquonl
electric irsln tervlre. St minutes.
Write (or Illustrated booklet and rale.
J. J. LANNIN CO., Props.
his bid be accepted, then such deposit w III be held
by such. Master Commissioner on account of the
Tho purchaser, when the .properly Is struck
down to him and his bid appiovrd by the Court,
thall at once pay the Matter Cnmtnltsloner. on
account of his purchase, a siurclent mm to make
up with hit deporit ten per centum of his accepted
DIU. .no . .in,, ... ,.w.,,. u,i,i,,iiK sunn ,
be paid In United Stale currency or In surh cerll
Beef draft, certificate or chenue at may be tails- 1
factory to tn ustier I ommissioner, said fur
i..r navment shall ba made either as afnretalri
or In Ihe bonds teeurrdKby the said mortgage '
dated uecemoer isi, isu, iauc
A SALES MAN ACER of executive experience
with two of the be. I known natloaal products,
systematic and efficient, diplomatic and re
sourceful, successful In getting results bots
through the otfloe and on the road, thoroughly
Intimate with all branches nf advertising, will
make a change on or before the ttrtt of the year
for reasons legitimate and without nrejuolee.
A high grade proposition only will be ot Interesw
l ullcst Inquiry expected and will be made. m
box 117 Hun ofBcc.
HBI.r WANTiat MAI.E. '
WXNTBO First clas-, mechanical draught,
man. Addreas chief Clerk, Engineering Depart .
mini. WESTINCHOUSi: ELECTRIC a ffrO.
I (., Rest Pittsburgh, Pa. i
A MOOKR's HOTEL
Noted for a Hotnallk
i uooa tjjcaiton.
I NOW OPEN.
Fall Winter Hrasnn.
Host selrrt location on the ocean front:
ta water In all baths: orchestra; Illustrated
booklet; oprn all year. NEWLIN IIAINEg CO
ATlJtN Til) t;n Y, N. ,1.
iloaisli Mblts Sons Company.
1 eoual to th3 amount said bonds would he entlileii I what you wanl.
to receive In cash oul ot Ihe amount bid fm the , 00
paid INUI11J. i i' ' " - ' " ."li, (III,
virmiri' I .nan and Trust Company that It holds
boads a therein described sublect to the order
of the prly named therein, surh rcrlinctio bclnir
hy such party transferred to the order f tald
Matter Commissioner, will he accepted In lieu nf
such bondt. snuiuu asm mnnrr pavnieni not pa
m.ri ih. nronerlv will be forthwith resold u.lih I.
' tuch further advertisement as the Court may".
direct, tne touri reserving inc risni in consider
tuch resale made on account of such successful 1
bidder al such prior sale or as an original sale:
and In case of such resale, the depn.li received -from
the tald successful bidder will be applied
n p.mnt of Ihe liiirfhase nrlce. Mileh furlh.
, poi llnnt of the purchase price thall bn paid la
money aa the Court may from tlnio to tlmo direct.
the court reserving tnerigiu in resen me. premises
and properiv py sain nerre- tiureirii in re tout
MINING PROPERTY for sale: gold, silver,
lead. Iron, ropper and vanadiums writ JS
u, at, i-cfcuii. uu?pe, snsi
upon Ihe failure nf Ihe purchaser, his suci-estnrt
nr tsslrnt lo comply with anv order of ih Court
In that regard, and In rase nf any such resale, or
tne rauure ni inn .iu t"'
nr assigns In comply with the terma nf ihe hid,
ts- nrriHtnf the fniirt lejatlve to slleh ArinT.
tlonal payment, the said innnev and bonds sn paid
In aa aforesaid shall br forfeited a liquidated
damage, and thall be applied Inwirrts ihe ex
censes of any resale ordered, nr towards making
, rood any deficiency oi tu-s In case ths properly
I .. . ...s -..! .hkll ttrlntr letui than al Ihn nrln.
tn pl4icc vi me vuiviiaes yuvs uiay u
OFFICES , . Evening'
Advertisements and aabscrlntloat aBas
he left l these nfflce. where tne raws ar
Ihe same a those charged st mala
New York City -Wall Street men mar tear
KiibscrlptlonaandadverllseRiesMst tn wsii
hirret omce. m nroan oi. iriepncmn
lieekraan. tsol Diuadway. near S7 ta) St
IV nt! l"Mh SI.
irnogijat iw ui ms.mii ati dhi vwi.i.
Newark, N. J, ' Frederick N. Somoier. in
llroail St. Telephone saw M.K.
Iinsinn. stass.llonRi ta uiuuq siiuiuiaiK.
U'a.htnvtnA Nt . .T. P. Harrison. :
hlcga, III. -BIO fltegtr BulldUig-ChM. P.
Knll" . '
Mlaatlc 4'ltv. N. J. -Walter E. rds.
London. I'ngland-Dorlaod Special Agency,
:i Regent St.
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