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THE RUN. SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1913.
NEW YORKS SIGN UP
PITCHER RUSS FORD
oiler mill I.elivell
ln N'llil III I'oillr.iels
for This Year.
J i;lfi;i.l. AFTKH LV.KIIK?
II Ji Meltreen lo Sell His II, 'ill'
Inleresl in Jersey
(it chili.
Wiil -
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1 I h.eii mule and that I ' .-.-Mi lit
: the Naps wmild erlins enn-
If th. I.' Is 1 1 111 h In the lepttlt
... ha., hecn tari.c.i un otrt tli'
11,111 11,." 1:11111, nliam It I
t' I'a lei: and en, in, -e iga i.ath
- ufptif. foi l.i;olc and ai w III
. him the stme eahiiv he has
. 1 K from tlte I 'lev el. Ill, I t lllll f.e
a:- Wt'h l.ajnl" i'ii.entii sec -
f..' Ihe .New Villi,. It Is hell. e,
1 held wiuilil pine a stone wall
. -aid In he dissatisfied with his
i.i;,ii,'.'ilii ill, due tn the fact t:i tt
: - iniiit-'tijin tin nut hitch
.r..s jst rdca.-cn t'. tv net mil
- that the slump of the Tlreti.
was due In fltl'tloll hetWeetl
l.tinlnus and the tiMer Junes
s I. .ttlillKS With elltljel'tlllli the 111-11
--lstnial aliusc. rrrsldent N.uln signed
l; to a two year contract In'. Ati
Mthotiuh the iietroltH finished In
ii.i. c In tin American I.eaitue race
..iitdtew all the other teams au
I. mi,. N.uln nttrlltiitetl this fact
e itarkahle populirll uf JeiinihKi
I' C.ihh. mid th.reti hunns u tale
a Inni'lle uf neeH m.d a star
hiul mnii' wrmiuU-s with the lie
..icis last M-asoti As he was the
- musd v.ilu.ihle acset tt was pulu-v
nnltiKs tu take his end In almost
nnui. Jentilnics. for that reaHon.
., ich friction with the men who were
i nf Cohb. nmotiK them helnu Jones.
Cnhh's oliltilon. should luiv, heen
i loose a year hkci Whllr It Is true
Cohb In holdlnK out for u 1B U0n
. there In reason to b'llcxe that h
sicn ii contract an noon un he decides
1 1 ik business with Navln.
a day or two a deal will be put
2h by which Hugh McHreen will sell
e'f interest in the Jersey City club to
e York man Terms were practically
m .ed upon yesterduy, but there was
n-.h iiis for publication. Pending the sale
ef Maureen's stock the affairs uf the flub
n at a standstill. President James J
i s ho iilsn owns a half interest, will
rn M ".miner Hchlafly as eoou as Mc
I fr, steps out. The Jersey City team
it train In Itermutla with the New
1 tks, but will not leave here until about
Mcih fi McIJreen, foitnerly secretary of
tf HnMon Hed Sox, purchased Ilia Jersey
(..' ptik a year aeo, but he was dtsap
minted with the venture, for the club lost
nonv In 1 912. It Is raid that McHreen
td receive about 115,000 for his holdings.
WHEN WILL CHASE CATCH t
Haeb .lew Ha mar SllUea Him
Am mid Sinn ' Past Cosalp.
If Chance plays first base Chase Is
t-. play second base, but If Lajole
e. unes to New Vork why then Chase
will have tn r;o to short. Hut Derrick
is pUy short, so Hal will have to
tnote nn to third. By next week he
ir.i I,., pushed aiound until he is be.
hind th bat.
!raw Is proof of the fact that
's iiiii necessarllv synonymous
s ticer and alertness, There Isn't
... iei man on the loachlntf llnea
M.'.raw He Is keenly observant
teter loses his knack of havltiK
. en on their toea, but he has little
t . no the lines. When be does
' ir.ll It la only now and then
' Rive a few emphatic, terse dl-
is or to Inject a little extra pep
. to his men. He Is In no sense
wont a r.intlnc. noisy coacher.
l.ur's loss Is Philadelphia's
n.t lieics hopliiK Harney Drey
.11, a.s able a lieutenant as Hilly
.nil said successor will have to
. . tor in 1 epcrt to dress the part
-1,1. HS lllll Hill.
Lnil of the Whit" Sox Is rolliB
. ..lllplt' Of Weeks K. IllllaSlUtll
. ,1 preliminary tu the spring
.1 1. ireful canvas of the opln-
' all the niaiiaiterH It appe'irn
.. 10111I11K National Leaguo race
... amoni: New York, I'lttshurir,
1 Philadelphia, Cincinnati,
i 11, St Louis nnd Boston,
news despatches have It that
! will play first base for the Ited
tti's jnar, Here's a more startling
"f news llnniis Wagner will play
ir". for the Pirates.
I looks Wlltse and Larue Klrby, pitch
"s have signed their New York con
'acts, same belnkT received by Hecre
Ury Foster yesterday. That makes four
tiants who have come to terms. The
others are Crandall and doulalt.
Weaver Karnes His Owra Term.
Chicaoo, Jan. IT. President Charley
Oomlikey of the White Box haa allowed
Buck Waavsr, his young shortstop, to
name his. own terms for his 191S eon-li-aeu
Cotniskar asked him io nam fig
ore without any vufteatlon by tha club
wntn aa to tho amount. Weaver named
a rtaaonabl figura and his .term were
, "nft Ootalakay la oonldarln uslni
ttiM Uadtw wlUt all BUyon who ln41-
ARTICLES MAILED TO WILLIAMS.
lllr
Itet In Vonlnr listen U.noil
llui'li. InHeml f mill,
I'lin pi, , J,,,, i; .In, u Himf nr
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tills iltv. iiml i'hiut. llll.iiiiM nf
I - I J III. II til il 11 h.lv. m.ltclll-ll 1,1
, Mill ii hnme iiml Iiiimim iii.il. Ii fur tin'
,1111m nf WulMx ikiii. t hlillipiilll fill'
f '.'.f.iiii ii Klilc. liite.itl ,,f S.'.iiiiii a .Hlil..
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In Wllllum. iriinlln,, tn the iti t
llli' IlKt iiuittli m tn . ,1iim, t tin.
l:.iriiut I'liili Ii,.,,. t r I tin- t-t ,il nr
vliliih Tli,. M.iimil ninti'li l in I... nl:i v .!
at I'rliui.'x Chih, l.niiiliin, l.,,i,. tli.. ..ml
nr Mm Sliinilil ,i tlilul Mt-rift nf 14.1 iih- i
be in i.il. il tn ,1,., ,,. t. , hainpionslilp tli, v :
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I'i itu Chili In l.nmliui I
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,1". ullovveil U1U11 nxtieiiat-i and St.utiir wr,
l'i - .Hl.iu fil nnij tnr lilt ,.ii.isi'i In i:iik I
"in ,1 Miniums Mas Ih.ii iifiii.il evtiv
lliiltueluent In p,,) ih,. til Mt nf tli. M.MIi-i
hee. nut 11.. tin, hnldi'i Ii.. h.11 ,1 nrbl
ti illt'tittt.
SCHOOL ATHLETES IN
FOUR SPORTS TO-DAY
I'ol v mul Kiistern Truck Meets,
A No lliiskellinll. HocUex
mul Sw iiiiiniiin On.
Ti ai U. 1. 1 - I. . thall, w itiiniii z ainl In,, ke
jlluuilsli annitiK the Miami athletes tn-din
with two ttiii'l. mt't'ts, uiie dtiai sw Itntmii;
jiiiiiteitt in,, I mini. 'inns mat, hes un lie iiml
j -III t Pill. I'lei will 11,,:, I lis llllhlli.
I Aide ui.n 1111, 1 ,,t the I'uiii te.nth II.Ki-
1111 tit Annul, this ..111ln1; ,,l,,l Kt-teiu
thtllt'l will h.'U c a mule 'tllttlv Iiiiine
.man nt in. 1 i.i l ... 'nth K.imeiit
V I 111,11 tills nf tet liunll I;mi ...'ill III
I th I'nh names is .i.eii and the nti
list has 111. unit, tt up in uvei .'i.iii. which 1
lame fin a pup mi I meet The ptlVllle
plfparatnt si tlutiis espi,.,,- mw.us ,,te
' attinci.'.l l.v this set ur Kani. and mnurif:
I the te.illlN that will he -eel, l.,'liii;lit me
th,t f st I'auls S, I Mitckcnzle
il I. Tscw 1 ul K Mlhtar.. tailttll..
ruiiKhke. pslc IIIkIi S.'.n.il. Il.ii 1 lliu.'i
Km;..wuud and I'.'iiniiml.iii Seiuinait
There ale a tllllllh. I uf ,1,11 e. pel fill luel s
.'il' eai-h e..,l mill it will tint he at all
sin pi iln- if the affali Is piuiliutne uf
I e. lit its
A , ttlH pmiuhiiit, f ,im winners
it seeiii liKelv that t'o' Oam It-elf.
width ha' b.n cle.uriiK up tinphies. w il.
win Its nwti tup. but !" tl.t use the I line, j
Hid 'luiv iitlilttis will p.i-s the trnph. ,
.. 1.. .1... ...s. I,,,. I,..., ...I. I'h... ..Ill
"" '" ' ' .....'
he II hasketltail li.llll. T.etWeell ltlslWltk 1
ami Pulv Pi-n tliiiim; the n.uu.s and a
d.ii.i
if tet wal il
La-terti I'l-tll.t has a metllet lela ,
i no, tn, In-1 ' li ic the i'.' i 4 In ard. half '
mil. and up. i tn u.li and pi. p i
si houls. ami a iiu.iitet mile i.-1h late
Iuf elemental m huols The retumiiiiif;
llllie ee,t.s Wlli I,.' Il.t I 111 tt'U IS ClU-eil tt.
L.i.stetn lilstrnt iitld-tes A f.uHiit nf
the unit will be twit basketball sanies In
w hit ll L.isl. l'll llli-tli't will le pitted
aliaitist Cummer, nil and liuvs llllll
.iii.tln-l Lt.iMutis llai!
1 tr . .nit meets I'liistilrn; at tiaskethail
at the Columbia Club (.-. nina-lum at S
n cluck this jftertHion and TowtiNetid
I In i Mm is scheduled to plav lie Witt
I'butoti nt the City College at N i" P. M.
All InterestlliK competltlnn ll likely to
deielop between the amphibians of Man-
ual Ti.iimIiik .Hid St Paul's School at
Uardeii Cltv this afternoon
St Palli a Is
the fsvuilte
CLINTON SEES NEGROES BOX.
Ted lluiikl and 11 Mnllh li Three
11, Minds lo a limit.
The bitiinK ''lull nf lie Witt Clinton
Ili(!h S. until lield a second tttlc exhibition
t,rdn afternoon anil staffed two Ititet
estliiK bouts They weie of three rounds
mid both resulted In draws
The ttrsl contest, between Istrlck and
Tullman, failed to furnish many thrills.
slthouKh each man fought well The other
bout was between two colored bovs, Ted
Hooka and AI Smith, whose superior
knowledne of the game delighted the
crnftdrd g. miMslum. Hooks had things
bis own way in the second round, but In
the thlid tuhbs turned in fnvor nf Ids
antagonist.
HAMILTON FIVE TOO CROWDED.
Can't (ie( I sed to Harnar4 Caart
and Loses, 42 to -7.
The Hamilton Institute basketball five
lost u hurd Kama esterduy to II. nurd
Schteil In the latter's gymnasium by a
scuie of 4J to Tim Hatiillton bos
weie at .1 dlsadvalitrfKe on the small Bar
nard court. U'Lougllllll utid II. lloeber
were the stats of the game, each caging
the bull nine times.
The lineup .
Hainard
I'a-llluiii
l.etl forward
1(1(111 forward
centre
I. eft guard
Kltrlil iruard .
IU111III011
Murnane
.liaunufrstrlD
Harris
Karh
II. Ilurber
Moiuluyttar
(ri.tiuehltn
A Hoelier
( ileniilr
nrltl-
Senre hsrrianl Slhni.l. 4:. Ilallllllull lllklltlll
ileitis froiti ttnnr II. lluelier, H. li'l.ouglilln.
w. Ileniilr, l" llaiiiiurrstrlu, 1. Muirane, :.. Ilnrtt
r (Inals from foul Miirnane. . llatiiinf rstelri
1 O'l.oughlln, 3 H llueber, I. Krferee -Janlliie
I mplre Uldniayer. Suhstutiift srherly fur A
llorher. Illlswurth fur (1't.oughltii. I line id
ballet limlnmrs
Vale-Prlarelnn lloeker To-algbl.
The first of the big college hockey
games will he played In the St. Nicholas
Skating Itlnk to-night. Yale and Princeton
will meet In the first or a series of three
contests, Princeton, with Honey Haker
mid Kuhn, Is known to be a good team,
but reports from New Haven say that thu
Yale team baa detetoped The teams
arrived In the city yesterday arid each
bad an opportunity for practice Inst night
durlnir recess. W C. Itusseil, president
of the Amateur Hockey League, Is to
referee the game.
Kaal Oransje Kllmlnale arrincer.
Harrltiger High School of Newark yes
terday afternoon was eliminated from
consideration In the basketball champion
ship of the New Jersey IntcrscliiiliiMlc
League when Ihn K.'ist Orange High
ulntet defeatetl the Newarkers by the scorn
of 31 to 16, The titlo now lies between
Knst Orange and .Montclnlr High, these
tenms not haling met this season, Har
ringer already hud been defeated hy the
Monlclilr Wo).)
Morris Haiti Wires Ibe .,it.
riticAiio. Jan. 17 Morris Itntli. the
White Sox UKUlm second boseman, to-day
wlied tho glad news to Manager Callahan
that his baseball contract, duly signed.
was on ta Journey (Jhlcagowarn in a mull
car. Hath Is one pluyer Coinlskey seemed
through the draft process who made good
in the major league,
Defeat Will Finish Flushing.
Bryant and Flushing meet on the basket
ball court of the Columblu Club, White-
stone, this afternoon In ii league con test.
Flushing has to return victory or it
will be out of the nice, entirely.
llrynnt has been practising on the slip
pery dance lloor of St. Mary's Lyceum,
which is similar to the Whltestime court,
and with a regular lineup feels certain
of victory becausn of Flushing's close
shave with Jamaica on Thursday.
Jaraalra Slay alt Lraaae,
Th league game between Far Itock
itway and Jamaica, which was scheduled
for this afternoon, was called off by
Jamaica. The team is undecided, whether
to withdraw from the league nr not and Is
awaiting the Indorsement of tha general
organisation and basketball coach before
I
FINAL WITH PURVES
OiiUiiml iiml Wnoillmul I'Iii.mms
Win Knsily on Ke of
Deeiiliii"; lliiltle.
I'AltKKK AND IM'TTON TAII,
j
rrceiitmi, From Sernleli. Is
Vii-lor Over .Mrs. .MINon
liy :t mul I.
1 I ' K 1 1 1 lis". N'. (., .tun IT It I
Mi, t mIi.i II WhlU.iti'h of llal. land wish II
.Mint. i. Ciitves nf Woodland In tn-iniii-'iiiw'm
limit for the ih.itii.loii.lili ttn.hv
In Hie AilwitHiiK llolf Tiiill li.iin.'iil
I'lirves won hv .'. mid 4 fioin Hon .M. 1'iit
Kff nt Harden I'ltv. i,,i Uhltlalih ,1,-
re.lt.d l!i ill i, C. iltii nf IllllllrV h
I mid In Hi.' fnii'iiliilliiii C I. Ii.iM
.r Mlilliilhlan mid I' S Sum, nf lum-
Wllildle l.'llllllll
T T l.tl'liinni f nf (.allien Cltv wun 11
I. ei 11 ni.it Ii In the 'i i'iiiiiI ilUIMi.n mid
in. .'s ,; n. I'i, .mil nf Ilia,. Hum in
tli. Ilill.l It N X II Tre.ltlwell nf r1llt
W.iodle Mini II. llllll'liel nf Altlll. -t
the r.i'ii Hi V U Manning nfl'inr Mont
.l.iil lilnl A S MlniTllis nf SI Alldlew-.
in the tifl Ii, I'.iul Mlntilok nf Htrat .Nei U
mul .lain,." Mather of l.tiKlfWii'ml
1 In th Wnllleh''. I'M'tlt MN M Kleimnl
rieeltlitll nf ll,ir .Me.ldllW ( KOI II tell I win.
I.. It 1111 and I tu t.la. from Mm I lei Let I
I. .lillon of Hethl.liein. II , r. Miss
riteniati mailt tin t'ltn I. un mid st,.. t
inrdttl 1, tn lilt fur her nhi.uiieiit. In
the , tills, datllill. Mis .1. ,. Moure nf Seats
il.il" def.atiil Mis C W Unit uf New
.Il1u.11. 7 up nnd 1. tu il.,
111 1 nllliei tiiill w.th tu-iiinrrnw 's pliu
tlieic win .c a li.iiili,',i, in Mir loll s,, ei,.
i.llts.
Th Mimmmle
I'n-t iijitin
Sean lili.,1 Kttuti 11 M
l'ur,e- , nuill Hid tte.il tl M I'urker t: ititett
i'u . ami .M.nli..ll Whillinli, (I.1UI.1111I
1 .-.It I I' Dlltlllll (I Iklev. I .111,1 i
' I'.nis.il ttiitii !.-iui Mini iieorke Wright. Wol
'la-ion l 11 II I'.itti rvm I'lr.uitield 4 an. I
I T A A-lilet IVn.idluid lie. I .1 I) I'liilu
me. .i nufi. Ill t. .ted
sei.uid li,, -mi, sent, tuul i; 1 t'reti, h
Hr.lt Hurll lrJl -I A Miin'e seailile 3 jlnl
. 'I' T Kt.sliinuie i.urtit'ii l,'it. l-al A Ii
, I'h.ii.ller Hill kiiiI ' ii.
I'oti-nl.ltitiil setn, ninl It V tVi.ii h.tlMis
nil W.tt II It Mamln,. Kit It'll- . it ii. I 1. i
' A S,e IkIU.Iii sivtaniu I..,! C I. li'.-M-ll
, Ard-li l I and l
Tllltd llll-ll.ll Sl'llli tltl-ll 11 V llltnatve
. Mt.tlit he.ll ,. IV Wjiis In.rhtti - mii.I j- t
,11 lle'lilwell ll.UIMutjiiie, .e.tt
(nii. - utii t. and
i..
('uiisel.it inn. .. nn fiu.il W II Kaherts Halt
"W!V ' " i 1 s;i''"i" Miklenod. ami
- . ........... i'i - i. turn ,
w nueiiiarttll I ll . Illljesl
Klllirttl tllll-IIJIt s, im nn-tl X s Hintni,
M . 'lr-i. w l" Ninth, line lii.rn :
ninl 1 (,iiitai-. I'lits-r Moiite'.iir bjt
J Tl 1,1.1 It. t.i.t I 'II..I
l,ins moil s. n.i tu Kdwlll Hud' llllll
'"lic let .It Tjrttell v,litiurv . un 1.
l''e'i liiin..od.e Is-at Ii M sieitan
Kitih iii-iini .fnn li ti a 1 l'id Minniek
Cre,.. St-.k l.e,.' i' Kremin litk
Meotlon t Ml"! 1 Jh'iii. Ii.trl.er. Kt n e vt u.sl
In itl Walter t.e .Ml ai.1t. fin 3 and .'
C'titituiuiiitn. ,.rm fm.,1 c Imii- Mid
lot Hun best T W Weeks Mm m Hint.
llllll 1 P V,lt HllIlAtl.l,. le-at 0 W
Holt ..'. II t en o and 4
Kratiuus In He Walcheil I Intel. .
. i'
Ti e Huvs 1 huh-Lninmis baski-tball
, Kuine this afternoon nt the irlv seventh
, Keminent Atmor duiliiit tlie L'aMetn
Ilii.stiici meet. Is loukeil forward to by
I the followers of basketball In lltookljli.
liushwick. Hoys llluli and Krasmua ore
i considered to have the stronest teams In
lirooMvn, und this game will mark the
first time that KrHsmns will have to ex
tend herself In the p. s A 1. liushwick
defeated Hms HlKh two weeks ngn bv
the cinse scire ,.f 5 tu 10. and the fans
now ale waiting in s,e what Lrasmus
HI.! I- able tu tin ituiuiist 'his team The
uthti P S A 1. guile nf this meet. Coin-
met, ml vs LaMein ntrlrt. although not
of much (mi, i, 1 1. m. e a r.n us the cham
pionship Is mm erne,!, finds the teams
well matched The Commercial team will
l.e somewhat crippled, mr It will not hnve
the services of Its star forward, Irwlne.
Irwltie has b.eri suffering all season from
ii sprained ankle und last Saturday he
put tt computet) out of business hy
ripping a tendon Infection has set In on
the ankle bone and thi doctor was forced
lo lame It esterday He probably will
be out of the game the lemnlhder of the
feejsoh
Tea ( nrlls Managers tre Sealers.
The executive committee of the General
Association of Curtis High School ut a
meeting held on Thursday elected the
following malingers for the various teams
for 1C13. Malcolm Carroll, baseball
Frank Stelnrock, football, Vincent Curr),
wrestling: Victor l.vmati, soccer football
Waldo Hortori. track Heuben Hernsteln,
lacrosse . Curtis H.-cker, tennis , Joseph
Howies, rifle Harry Starkey. swimming.
Ldwln Sadtier, g miijsluiii , Hurst I.eede,
chfss, mul Miss Agnes Kioss, glils' huche)
i if the twelve newly elected managers
ten are s, nlors and two Juniors.
IVbllehtll tie (a 2.1
1'hls TlDie.
Passaic, N .1, Jan
17 Itutherford
High School's basketball team followed un
n victory ur Wednesday ovir Passaic
hy decisively defeating Hncketira.-k Hluh
at Itutherford this afternoon, 47 to 11
("apt. Whltehlll himself more than
doubled th Ilackensark total, retting
23 points Play centred about the sensa
tional Itutherford centre the greater part
of the game and he succeeded In running
all who opposed him off their feet and
carried his team to an easy victory
Heal Potrder and nail Now.
The Commercial title team now Is orao
tlslng daily with teal bullets and powder
In i en I guns, Instead of linaglnaty bullets
from Him sub-tnrget gun They have se
emed the rifle range m the Twenty-third
Hegiment Armor.! for use In the after
noons ntnl lire becoming etiick shots. The
irason for the ihnngo Is that they are
desirous of winning the school champion
ship at the coming sportsmen's show.
o-ra-Clliilnit .N it 1 tn Postponed.
Tin swimming meet between He Witt
Clinton High School nnd Hoys High
Si hunt scheduled for vestetdiu afternoon
lit the sixtieth streft baths was called off
by the Hrooklyn team yestenlny at the
eleventh hour. Inability to get the team
together was the reason given by the
oys' manager. An adjournment to March
I was agie, d upon by Un two manage
nintH.
Old tiiorr Can'l Let II Ink.
The managers nf the hockey teams of
Ktuyvisaiit High School mid Irving School
have decided to postpone their meeting
f i oin this morning Indellnlteh Tin usual
1 1 ilf-nii. llliiiviill.il. Ilitv of St. Nicholas
Itlnk, cnustd tin poptpoiicini'iit.
II no re Has Pair nf (hiinces.
Hilly Moore will have twu dinners to
day lo win points suillcii'iit n, rcsture his
sihonl Insignia, which wen diprlved lilm
nt the (ilose uf the football sciison, Moore
will i un on l)i Witt Clinton's mile relay
In both the KiiHiern Listricl mid Poly
Plep meets.
l.on f'rlwer NIIII III Ihe (Same.
St. Ixitits, Jan. 17 - The veteran
catcher, Iiu Cilger, has not passed en
tirely out of tin game yet The battle
scarred warrior has signed up to coach the
St, Iaiuls Hniwns' young pitchers In Waco
during the spring training trip. Oeonra
Ilaumgardner and L'arl Hamilton will re
ceive a larye pert of rr!sr's tint-, and
Stovall, who is In California, has sent
word that, they ought to he league sensa
tions when Ihe veteran Impart) hli kuowl
edge to them. After the training season
Crlger will hie himself Intu the underbruak
to aoout for ntw material. '
CAR SALES AS BAROMETER.
1 11 d leu 1 1 r uf Ciitiiilr,'t t'riiiel II .
.. I'. It. s.iirnt.
Nil 1. il . n.t ' t i.i.i I,. .1. tr
'I'll . 1 1 I. til it I ,. ilSl' III ll til
t'lt iin.iiihh .i,' nf iMiUtniiili.lt.. ai
'itiilliiu t,i !' I! Sialic pi eti.l. nt nf 1
the I' II Mt .uny 1 ' . in 1 1:1 n . Mr. StialnM,
has Jui 1 el iirnt'il t.t tin iiulnniolill" t
MitiW after .1 Iriti thitniuli the Wetleili
.Stat.- When Het 11 l.iMt ti 1 li t 111 the
hnitlli t.f the Stent 1.1-KlllKlll ftlf 111 the
Mi, tl Iv. ill Stiiiait ilniileii he Hiilil (hat
the n it-pel ill nf I In foil 11 ti v will ma I. e
ti.N n,.. ,.. e,i ,v.i k i... ii j
fl'illll .1 ltllsllie lew Imlllt I
" A 11 1 I'll toll i ! Illilllllfai.tllfel 1 will lie
ies-i t haul in uelliiu Ihelf iinli ir. fur
si eel flclll till mills illlllliu the teal.'
Mini Mr Stenrtiv "I tiiiietl tT nt
I'ltlslnii 17 nil III V WilV eilMt anil llt the
nteel mills th,.,. tnld 111 h that Kiev
Ilea. I. had iiinre niilers than Ihet
run t..Kf fiir nf fur u year to 1 miie
Mtli'h nf till" liilsltie.ss in, nes fiotn thi
lllltnllltil lie tmiMlflirtlirer. nf Alllefli
Jh fiili.:it for the ciinltiir e.ir Im I
that il will In line of lee, ml ht", alln 1
liroMiei Ilv . In nuiklm; mirh a fureeiiHt
I feel the pitlr of the en tmnuh lie i
llllslll.'-s Sales have 'IlK r.eise.l tine. I
nnill. tit, run: the In.st v.ar mul the
ratio of lllrrense Inis heell tcalllltlK si
ehati lead hlhee tin llrM uf Hits xear
Mell 1,11 ailtllllllllllleH 1, lib when the.,
Hie lli.l lillli; 11, nil. MIk liiii eases 111
Miles itieiilly liiilltiite that men 1,11 tin
lucrum an mnklii iiinti,. This ,mi
illtlini hhuM-i Itself i learlv In the ale
of tais Kin Ii as the Stem n.s-Unlijht.
tnr Install,,., mid wc nr. u ei,i 1 ed to
lucak all lei'tnils In the 1,1 t n,,hi.
Illltllllis "
PRICKS APPEAR REASONABLE.
l Ichlun ii MiiUer h
lie, Hum Cuti Inn
lirmli
of
iiuti.
Th. ie
illllti! 'ill
fun . f.,11
s tun tlutm n Ii, n r this ii'tn's
. eln.w that stilkes me must
a, s 1" I! I.a . 1, p itcl
tletil nf tl.t ...ht-'.in M..tor Car Com
pii'u I'h. it ,s men no loimer n 1
piu a 1. 1 pt It e fur the best t.us InHH
In I'. I'L a tu-lllU
'With kieat.-i lirotluctlon the tost
uf iiiaKUm .iiitninnlilles has come down,
mul w.th It bat dropped the prlte At
the '.t in time the ciiltstructloh nf the
cm l,..s he.ll ief. cled mid tl iiulp-c""1
iii. itt has I, . ..ti nt.i.l ,i
i. -n.. t t that nf il, ..if
i ar nf a eat ur tw n nun
' I hiue I
ell thrniiirh the bilntbs uf
th- .il I..U- ii'ititmublle makers rent...
il- III
this
,,, . .,, Mi,,. ,1,, . , ,
II)' ,UM ur lltllitriliili les linu ,',,...
down tn in. l.tel 1 1 f 1 1, ,, ri t ,,-.,'-., ,..... '
111.' ers .,r It,.. 1,111,1 III, pi , c.lls"
'llllt
Lit II I PletP
lnj llean tlarh.
t tiii..ed '
tl " phr.ise used In
lilutnl
ti m.iiteis tie.tls to 1... an. ill 7il
S.I S I '
I .1
.rir
HI' i
It, II. I,,
em ii: '..
tulUlt t 1 tt
s i: Mi: er. p. suppH tiuter
i !' nt niir liiiuth after
i ji n.titje ,,iil If 1 1,.,1,,-hi
'I'",1'", .'I'"' ""'y," 1""""-" , u' n,i their llrM visit In .veins' Lieut vice nnd manufacturers whn will Incnr
"'oil,. '" '':,r'" Sluan. win. is attached tn the Lb-ventl. !l.rate It In their output,
un iMillul I Nil, I In them examples uf1,... .,'... ,. ,. ,,,.,,i , ..r the l -
i.tusti u. nun mid . liulpineiit w In, h nut-! r ;,. posts, uthers presuit wete I -.'IO,(MIII,000 for ( adlllar Oalpal.
,,.M,,,.",;":.r"f """" " 'l,'HM'ttl""M "Mure than 130.000.000 will be ex.!
.tu e i.r e .i th'nc ou huw- malie .1 s Hurley was the winnei or
i, n , ir wniiiil nut be bluithe must sales prize, hut In hud tu follow
mi ibei iiiiiI it wnuitl UP the ibis lit-t prnspect tu th Pennsylvania
. .riluw tii; Jst.itlnn and take his order when he was
DOMINATES
AT AUTO SHOW
Thirty-five out of the eighty-two manufacturers exhibiting at Madison
Square Garden and Grand Central Palace are showing either Firestone Tires
or Rims.
This remarkable record is based upon merit alone, as Firestone has not
offered any special inducement to encourage show equipment.
Following is the list of manufacturers showing Firestone equipment:
Alco
American
Bergdoll
Case
Cole
Edwards Knight
Firestone Columbus
Follow the lead of the foremost automobile manufacturers, and insist on
Firestone Tires and Rims on your car.
The Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. of New York
1871 Broadway, New York
Distributors for
The Firestone Tire and Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio
"America's Largest Exclusive Tire and Rim Makers"
'ONE PART OF AUTO
SHOW ENDS TO-NIGHT
I'tlsseillier f'lir.S Will Move 0
Then lo Mnke loom for
Hie Trucks.
'X" 1 1 K A l' IC I C . Ij FOLK ATTEND
' -
S iul Invitntlons for Them lo
Come lo Ihe I'alnee Olher
Noles of Ihe Exhihitors.
When it ronies n-ir 11 oVIotk iti-nUlit
tilt t'XhlhltotK 111 lOtll hulls of the atlttl
niitlill. kImiw will Im-kIii tu mil their vara
'"It "r iiswlRnetl siares. mul when Bt
Hint ln'"r the 01 y nr "All nut" mine the
wink nf dlsiiimil line 1'nrt I of the
thirteenth annual nnttmiuhll- show In
liatilt'li nn. I Palace will hcidn
II Is the etui of the passeiiKer car part
ami It Is hcci-siiy to rush the exhibits
out to make iead for the Installation of
the in, .I" r trucks, which will litilil the
.untie uf the Ht.iiji' next wiek.
V.sltrtlHy was nfllclallj theatrical mati
nee dav at tin Uratid Ccntiul PaUce illvl
skill uf the, Nallunnl Automobile Hlinw.
Imitations bad been Issued by the mall
at. ., lent tu many luufeNslunnlH, and they
wet. much In evidence In the afternoon,
William Collier. Uenrite M Cohan mid
llminet CutllKiin were toKether ut
th. Pal.ire. Muster Ciitller iilsn belnc In
.the nartv. Sume of tllu uthel!l llldtldetl
'Miss Certiiitlt. Iliifltiiaii mid Miss Louise i
. I Hi-user, Cytll Scott, Miss lOmtiia Trentltil, I whoNt territory IncltlileH twelve l',ant
I.MIss Vivian l'.uhinoii.. Miss June Cowl, ern nnd Southern States, that It lias
i I lunulas Steveiisnii, I '.u e MontKoiuery. , sold Its entire allotment of Mitchell
. J.i ut. t MoiitKomt'iy. KiiKeiie Waller mid1 cars fur 1913 and will take un no
his wife. Chiirlntte W'.ilser. I'i auk 1 wane, mole iiKeiit.s tills ear The only earn
.lohii I'nlthank. Leslie l iiher, Wnrbuitoti 'reserved arc those needed for the com
Humble Miss Laura Hope Ctews. Mr ami I pany's retail business In this city.
. . .. . .l.... s,.. -I.-
.,ir.s jnnu iwii r iiiui c, ..it-, .u.Kw,-n.r
Claik, liatilel I'ruhinan and Lm.lseVrbii
Then was mitither laifti tldeKiitlun of
s,iiiet full.
.esierda. iit Lot II tli (inrden
Amoni; them was t!cn. Net-
'"""
i ""'ii llcnr
whusc miii. In-law. Motion
Mm i K
has re.entlv emhatked In the
' niiitur business and has clitirKf ur imi
iuf the inhibits us the jirlnclpnl salesman
'.' ' . " 1 ", '".", , , '.'
i i ... .-..i. ...... it.....,- i .u
aniillli.r sull-in-iaw nun iiatiKiiu-i , i.iei...
... n ..I
. !. . Mrr: r I....'
!, Il...r Vllu Mi.rvtiret Andrew's
: , --- ,, , . , , .,i
Ititv.il Chi, ill. Mis. Hubert ' lim'ersoll
LiiiiI Mr anil Mis. Clm'rles It Alexunder.
rrili'i neie uiteren ny t.rtirrji caies
II I' r "l I muni' t iiiiiii ..-. I j . al.i ...... inJIII,.HB )... " j
(Mmian"r I'ldd uf tli Hambler fur the . AmotiK Western arrivals at the show Is
""I sale nnd the lajest number uf sales.. H. Myers, factory manajer of the
made bv any lntllvldit.il mlesin.iti uf that ..Marlon Motor Car Company Mr M.rrs
Havers
Haynes
Hudson
Jackson
Kline
Locomobile
Marion
itcttlnti on tli train tn rot-onl nix nli
fur th wrrk.
Hxery milinmun made nt lcat nn unli.
1 11 ml notne of Ihem wrro tu wonifn. Othr
I... I,ll.t...u .1... -..I..- .1.. M.ol ,..
Ill .11 1," 1 r I , ,, I III,' -.ll"- ,11 ,IM "r,-,
l.e iiime ntitneiniiN I tin it lat iii ' . lull tin
snatli.r has had 1, I. ml. he, tu lnKe the
i'lllk lillt uf the ttlellliell
laiiirrns Emm. pr-slil-nt of the Anifil-
t'Hh A 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 e Ahc latluli. mul Dal II
ll.i'WlH, MMTeluiy nf the Alltutnohlle Clnh
'nf ItlilTalo, vlslleil Imth litlllillhrs , ester
Itlay Then wile 11 niiinlier uf latin?
UltUers Nlnlllnif the chnw estmliiy. HtnniiR
tliein lielhK llallih II" 1'iiltll.l, l.uills Ills.
iituw, Hull Hill mall. alili .MuHnnI,
llunhle IIiikIhh, I'ratik l.ctcanlt, .Mortimer
Hiili.rls, lllll Chandler, Nell Whiilt'ti mid
.lot Matsnii
The flint ehttj for the ItidUlm Muntl
fai'tiirtr AK-oclntliiii tour tn the I'mHHu
ruuM next Minnner wan nniile jesteiday
liy I). S, Mena.srii, vlifiield,'ht nf the
Aniertoiiti Mutots Ctimiutiy. .Mr. .Memseu
'litem two iindeisliiiii; Ainerlinn tuiiiliix
ram mid will iiiiine the tlilvers mul
tiindels Inter An unon hh the entry hlank.s
were handed to him hy W. Mi'K. White
uf the Mm Ion Molul Cat Ci,l,,..ny .Mi,
MetiAKi'ti Insleted on iatne canh and
enlerlnr tnitnher olio mul two.
()ne of the NtrlkttiK chts In the tlmden
Ii the l.x c) Under Inside dtlxi, cotipo
littnliitil't In the Premier space nn the
elevated platform. It Is Mulshed In nrlKbt
Kteen, with a hroait led hand mound the
middle of the body utitl ted iltns on the
i. lie wheel,. The Interior woodwork Is
blrdseye maple nnd the gents ale up.
holnteicil with buff colored leather. The
(ellliiK Is covered with Bold brocade,
It bun left bund drive, like nil the ml 3
l'temler models,
Mltckrll Kin da Hhow Ha
Helped.
An a result of the exhibit at
the
the
Harden show It Is nntunincfd by
Mitchell Motor Compuny of New York.
I lrfnrd HtHTtrr tnr old Cmrm T
Apart from the electric stnrtlnK and
IlKhtltic systems deslRiied tu be Incor
purated In the car when It Is built Is the
ii.iritnrii eiecinc starter tinu UKimnu svs-
ufu. it is iioueru mi utiHt-iiiiii-iu n. u.
jriir, old or new. It la adaptable and use
L..,P. r ,i,. ii,nir,i ti.m ilt
.iul ill ttirti uireiiiii iiwitittir cars. I iiih
Isiiys Sales Manairer Hownrd. "Our lf13
of which we have dealers orders on llle.
iiinti ine aieraRe price is in excess oi
I ,., . .
.11 t era of the Marlaa Here.
was formerly In charge of the various
Maxwell plants nnd then of the Stoddard
P.iytnn, before making his present con
nection In Indianapolis.
Matheson
Mercer
Michigan
Mitchell
Moline
Moon
National
Packard
Pathfinder
Peerless
Pope Hartord
Premier
Pullman
R. C. H.
BUSY ON MAXWELL PLAUS.
I'landert nnel MrCnlre WnrUlnaj ta
( I'xlntillth Mnnnfaettirtna;,
Th. fact that the I'lnnilerii and Mm
well spaces nit side by side nt the rlr
deti shiiw has helped to mnke It sim
pler to show these urn both lire of th
prndiii I uf the new Mnxwell Motor
Cnmpmiv. sufcesMor to the I'nlteil
Slates Motor Company. Heenttse there
hiuit been so mnny other tblncs to ha
done In connection with the, nffalrs (
the new tlrin, ndvertlslni? nnd other,
HnnuiincemetitM have not been forth-
culllllIK
As tn the plnns of the F lander
Motor Compiiny, now h part of thu Max'
well .Motor Comimny, C F. Redden,'
Lantern district mnnnKr for the Plan
ders orKithlziitlon, says:
"I know uf tin one In the orjra,nlia
tlnn, aside from Mr. Flanders or Mr.
.Melinite, uhn can discuss that lub
Ject with nulborlty ntnl I ilotiht very
much It they would nlve n Interview
Ht the moment, because thav are mora
than busy perfecting plans at the varl-!
nus factories to net ftilck action on'
their new manufacturing scheduU,
which the trndo already reeoRnliea II
KiilriK tu be ll blK line.
"A Kiutlfylne Indication (a afforded
by the marked enthusiasm of both tha
Maxwell ami l'lntuUrs nKCtits who hava
visited our exhibit here at the show.
They nil seem to realize that with tha
facilities, the resources nnd the nrr an
imation of the new rompany It Is onlr
reasonnbln to assume that this Una
will leap Into u comtnandlnc position
In thu industry.
"In otilei Immediately to extend ta
the present owners of cars manufac
tured by th t'nlted States Motor Com
pany every service facility, a lara;a
plant will be dsvoted to tho manufac
ture nf repnlr parts for these various
cars and complete stocks will be car
ried ut the branches and supply de
pots of the company."
"FABRIC CORD" A NEW THE.
Oatarr ( inpaar Pradaet ."aid la
Have Ureal rtestlleacT.
A new variety of pneumatic casing,
known us tin fabric cord tire, haa
been brought "Ut Century Tire
Coinpunv t'nllk. other shoes which
use a diick fabric with the threads at
rlk-ht atinles nnd the warp and filler
of equal streiiBth the fabric cord tire
Is made from a fabrbt which Is not
balanced, most of the strength runnlntt
one way These strong; threads are
placed so ns to r.cslst the actual stress
In tho tin
For this construction Is claimed that
it makes Internal friction Impossible.
A heavy blow causes the small cross
threads to Klve way and allows the
heavy stralsht threads to separate tem
porarily. These heavy Htralsht threads.
It Is said, Immediately come together
n..l. ,. l.l...... ,,... Ia. ,,f eeP1i-.lt-.net'
i ,r, . , ..!,'.,-',. n.re.i. .,.
equally strong both ways. The fabric
1 . .I.... I. I ., r, 1 .1 B nn .n I lal'
till tl ten. up,. ,t ,r cm.., .- vwa.ii'n. u.
Illinium to stone bruising. Also great
resiliency Is claimed for It.
Ilent developed In a tire means de
terioration of rubber. Tho Century
Tiro Company alms to produce a nov
elty in this way. As resiliency means
low casolene bills the tire Is thought
likely to prove of great value to mo
torists. Selden
S. G. V.
Stearns
Velie
Westcott
White
Winton

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