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1 THE WORLD: FK1UAY BVISMWU, MAY IE, lttU4. ' " ' . Ifl I SWING THWSBBOUT. Playors Liablo to Bo Movod Frc- quently on tho Diamond. A Mlxlnjr-l'p of the Tcnin Tlircul- 4 cnctl, una Why Not V 3 One muset be prepared to see knleldo- 1 y sccplc chanm from day to day In the fk ptrs onnel of the New York b.ill team. t now that the .llicctorliil cIk-sIkwi.I lins fS presumably been brought to Unlit The f first move win made yesterda, 11s told ?, In "The KvcnlnB World's fi o clock 1MI- l f.on last nlRht, when I'onnor ni ex- i? tused from playlnK nrt and llc sub- Btltuted. And rlKht hire "The i:cnliiK n Wcrlrt" will Klc a bit (r cclnslc In formutlon that the cnrpliiB irltlci "f N the mornlns ner, who had "Krld- P Ironed" Cap! Ward, may benefit l. m$ Itoi-er cnulil have cneted his old pol- ft tlen In sfrdi's ni"" hid lin-i-hnsm Kg to to do. When Wind le.irnel that K( Tlernan would not nport for duty. It Wtt as imperative that ("minor should play K In tho tiani The fcorK- caids had Ek Dole down for llrst and Tlernan In hit 'Ejl oM place at rlRht Ward and Connord ere In the 1-cri-lnK-room when the '!. writer niked John as to the team's ilS makeup I -tt -I really don't know Just yet,' replied t 1 "(Vara, Then turning to Connor, he In- j i Quired, "Where do you want to play. ' C Iloger?" , Vt The latter answered "On. I'll K" Into i, fr rWht. I can play thit as well as any of f 't them." 1 S Now, If any directory Influence has I it been brought to heir upon Ward to re- f tire Connor from llrst, h It likely that i M Johr.ny -sul 1 hive rIw-ii llouer llrst ft '$ cal' on his nil pi ice-" The question cir 1 rlcs its own answer. WhileMT clniiRes f ffl itero made anil are In be ""de, lipt. I S? Ward was anl will in- re sponsible for. so 0 long as he remains in unset f the teitn f S When he shall lnu 1. tired from exer IRi CIsltiE the function then nlll somebody SRrt else have to stand for fuilhci moves 1111 fim-Si the (tlantV chessbmrd ?1? Kxperlmental work with the team Is iUJh problematical In Its results An tuim VK& ber or local enthuslnsts sa Ho on, &K bottle up the whole lilouiiiin tenia, jffu shake 'em well and tUrow em out into Jl the diamond li.iphn.irdH, and ts a ! moral certnlnt) that wherever thei 11 8 8. land, they can't pla iiiin worse Iliat ji Is cntlrel a niatUi of iimjeeture No ( S difference of opinion exists as to Con El S nor' Inability to do si nl "'able work n A jS the llelil He should not be asslpiml to ! S a fielder's position Htaffiiril. who Is n l jS fielder, would beter have le'. 11 where K & he should bo. at any time, wh.-n 1 lerimn 5 f Sannot play Dovle n'l no' n fc- ba.ie. He sas so himself, and It would It & have been excillent pollc V to have ha, 21 Connor guard llrst ycstcrdn and shifted K tole to third He would have covered 8 S that base no worse than he did llrst t f yesterday. ) -w Uut Uo)le Is a catcher and a Rood one. J To-morrow HeorKe Davis thinks he will J1 ft be In shape to return to third base m That will eliminate one bone of conten- i'Mti tlon. Some criticism Is advanced that iftK Tlernan, too. should be laid off for a UWA apetl. His battlmj Ih nntty low. and as yji for that matter, very few idavers on the 4iB& toam have nny license to throw boiuiueta PiiBfi at themselves ror slkk work h not, SfHw 1' the dictatorial ihcss-board must be xVV( kept free from dust, pla Htuffunl at 5(lft rlKht? Dovle's battliiK Is an extremely ?tfe' valuable factor, and he shouldn't be Mi? permitted to be Idle In nil) liunip Tor 't'Jk 'his reason alone Jack mlttht be re- lli t talned at first. Ills errors there could it fc ')e counterbalanced by his timely hits. ?ii pterin Bros, To-Morrow 5pecaa3 5a'Je of Boys' Double-breasted Suits of All Wool Scotch Tweeds. , ," f Casslmeres and 9 Jl Jf Navy Blue jj) a J JL4 Cheviots, sizes 4 to 15 yrs FArmerly $5.75 to $6.90. Yomtlhis' Suits ! of Scotch $ T Cheviots. J 0S)j) Casslmeres, Blue and Black cj-vv - 7 r"' English Serges, (V)) 7 K sizes 13 to T9 yrs J d a 1' Formerly $11.50 to $15.75. West 23d St. A Urge Importation of CUCKOO CLOCKS. (Ireal arlftjf of unique drulitnB, at try attrar thi liiw prlrm hplt-mllil AMKurtmrnt (if lnmt.itle aid Imported Hi FCiiUiorn Mantrl Clocki, c, lni'cllnu auMcllP'l LambBrl Bros., 3d ave. cor. 58 th st. rnmCH L. BROS. TO-MORROW We nil nil place on Male the following IMMENSE BARGAINS In MISSES' SUITS AND CLOAKS. Chihlrrn'H Fnncy Duck Outing Suite, Kton Jm-kot and Skirt, II to I QQ U yciirn, viiluc $3.50, ut liPO Chiltlrrn'H RwfT Jiwkclp, in iini) Liulit'H' Clotli, with braid tinri Iimi trim iniii(r, 0 to 11 ynirH, I QQ valuo $4.00, at I.OO MiHRrn' Jnckctn, in Scotch MixttircH, full hIocvch mill nvcrH, 12 to 18 n QQ yVnrfl, voliin (i.00, ut.. . 4iIO MIkhoh' Sorpn Outing Suit, Uliizor Jnckot, lnrgo xleovcH (intl full Eipjilo lmckn, 12 to 18 ycniH, A Qfl Miluo $8.50, ut : 5IO INFANTS' WEAR. Intliii Linen GuiinpcN, cir culur uikt'H, full hIwivch, tith line enib. cd'crt, 2 AQ. to 4 yi'iu-H, Miluo 85c. . . "f wbi Childri'ii'H Coiitu in fancy nuxtiiicH, liiitidHoini'ly tnuiuicd with clct and laco triininiu', 1 to 5 Q QQ yearn, aluo $0.00, at. . . OnoO Children'H Capn, in finu India Linen, hand tucked, full laco ruche. Qj Miluo 05c, at ItJGi CHILDREN'S OUTFITTING A SPECIALTY. SIXTH AVE. & 23D ST. EHRICH BROS. TAKE THE ELEVATOR TO 4TH FLOOR -.. FOR Men's- Boys' Clothing For To Morrow we Hindi oiler SIX GREAT SPECIAL BARGAINS. During this hpiisoii we hae had many special viilui h in thcHu (lepartmentH, but the ofTeringH for To Morrow art) far beyond anything ever before made. Boys' Clothing. BARGAIN NO. I. We bsTd sold durinc lha pa.it month moru SfGtk than J.000 of tlieno out- V.3 liti : Imt tboso offcrcil c f to-day ro by far tho wS-n Greatest Value fRZJ Yet Sold. rffeV-1 Pt-dfX More than 3W) BUITSH M ItTip') and Extra I'antn, In Hill 1 KW JC Btylen of UbsTioti, I I . R ' fj worth B.0O. at 1 .' f 2.98. ro BARGAIN NO. 2. -ap- Y'wo Htylen Cawl. TWl moro and Chnvfot r, V SIT1S and Kxtrn ifej. l'anls, imiita inndo ftyji with double scats tdeaj ffJ,V Bn knoos.wnrrnnted Jv CaA not to rip, worth U " Uk) tC.60, at TO 3,98. BARGAIN NO. 3. 1,000 complete Kailor Outfits, uiftlo of bluo medal flannel, fast color, 5 A collarn and pants trimmed fnf7TL with throo rows Sontacho S lyHrj22i braid, occh 3 to 10 yearn. . , ) Suit, extra pants. Co- I II III lumbian cop, lanyard and 1 I wbibtlo. Entire outfit !JU worth 2.50, for IV 1.69. l SIXTH AVENUE BARGAIN NO. 4. "nk 2M Vlsb Suit", made C-J in Zllllao or Pailor Si Hlouso Mylo, of Oalatoa A -mVI '-'l0'u l'li'n ,,r stripe, Wy-yjy' Salt, Lanyard and Yl iriiMIe, "S3 Worth 1.6'J. BARGAIN NO. 5. 250 Youth' fiuits, for Hojb, acos 13 to 19 V? T years, ma.Ie of all. wool S tT Cheyiotn, trimmed and , mado equal to the best. V C7 v Salo prico ljnflu 6-50. ji Made to bell at ? 10.00. Men's Suits. BARGAIN NO. 6. ") Another largo lino of thoso yfi. olecaut all-wool Choviots, in T? cucc'", an mixtures, of A r I which wo bayo sold moro o e tbnu 500 durine tho past JjYi A' week.woll mode and trimmed. 1 1 Y Sale prico yi $8.90. y Made to sell at $13.50. & 23d STREET. WE GIVE EVERY PURCHASER OF A SLIT A PDCCIv HANDSOME $3.00 DERBY T WJSXm 1 BARGAINS i PANTS. BOYS5 SUSTS. K 82.00 Pants at 98c. PFfilAL w S2.60 Pants at ffil.25 SI &- . Ut $3.00 Pants at si.5o FOR TO-MORROW. Handsome DoublF I Ifc Don't Fail to Get One of Our Brighten Suits. Breasted Boys' Suits. All-Wiol Material lil.. LONDON AND LIVERPOOL.! OPEN EVENINGS. 86 & 88 BOWERY. SEE WINDOW DISPLAYK M t , , HB 1 I El TtiUESDELL,SPRETERdC0. mm I GREAT SATURDAY SALES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. I I; I 5 cases Irish Lawn, 32 inches wide, regular price I2jc; from 9 A. M. to 12 M. only .05 1,000 yds. Swiss Embroideries, very fine goods, worth from 35c. to $1.00 .25 I I 100 pes. All-Wool Henriettas and Cheviots, regular price 50c. to 65c; for Saturday only . 37 1 lot of Black Bourdon Laces, all silk, regular price 49c. to 65c .251 III 2 cases F-ticv frene ftst colors reduced from vc n. 100 doz. Pure Silks Mitts, in colors and black .191 2 cases bancy Lrepe, last colors, reduced from I22c .062 100 doz. Taffeta Gloves, in colors and black . 251 II 10,000 doz. Ladies' Handkerchiefs, in colored border and embroidered, at .05 Buttercup Soap 1 Oc. a cake, or 25c. a box. I I I carpets S1 oo $n qr "rT mrr Jt JjT A A 1 JL KECKWEAR SALE- m t ism I'i'liriMsrjs lir.UMMini ntix ' UIU'Q PIIIT If llll- (Wlillllllllllllllll!lr '"LLl IWwmffflK (ttl&NskB C!0ffc' Ask allllllittVni r'jvyv 31 do?', moro of those Tecka for men' H iM ! wiiMn.100 mii....f ni, sln-i.i rn e .1. t mOllO OUII. Jf VUUJ (III llPf I MWtXmth WKSljM -?Cr7vJ 3W4S SXiSW Wt. X?lA V?rVJVlVK lS3' and l.i. lies' wear, Incluil- f) 1 Axmiiister Moqiiottosi' tfft alltiMn ut'-'T BARGAIN B9 WW ' Hi Ml v'"'.K "Mt f I JU f fo liml Otilfl' Ill-lit (luKimiH ) (f 1 UIIIIrIL UCII III W W I I L Illyr-' ll1l,llkWMm ' V "'. .l' -inn nnlpl.rnteil Rtn'nlpv Shirts with Mt II AIL OUR REGUUMI.00 BRUSSELS, W W t J (U3 W WliW it'''' ""'' S " yd. tt Will' lilll.,lthll $2.00 Kfy ! ("J" . 'J Ju reived k M0 Galatea Wash double"- br.uS! ' WOi- ' JIIomIps-' and now" fart IM IE ,,. , . ,, , ,, ,, I i I liul fni I P Htrii'tlV All Wool fresh lot of Suits, fast colors, ..ith Urue neail . a, in .JJ 1 i' m- black Derby, nlso 1 and 1 rib .fcO Jl L (Jnif, ( 7I(I Lined.) Illllliru. SI . 8uU deep sollor coU "' ' 1 rh rl'nb!' I'a'1leS Cl" '" fl"e ) hose, 0 to 9 1-2. at, pair " I r-nnil IllM'WVm J 1 . 1 I ' ext.ra I'ams: lw?. with rm- buttons, rolling quillty broadcloth, richly ChlldrenWoah Drecs Confirmation SJ m tiUUU ISICLSJ'.IjS, , I , lllllt' la,'l Kra.V "l, "",e ' ?o0l J-roldereil anchors collar, richly trim- embroidered rullle around w., ,11f,l3 , . , . DresioH In line lawn ' " MtAI M. ."!. II hC A ftf W L, '" nii'MirtH. worth n'eTt nltle"" 'tlSMar "ll Eo me,l with braid. the neck and ihouldwa with rullle and leg of and 0 dor J.idlc.' VeU.. Ltale lhwad.1arti lit 29 VH L Uk '(j F S.00, for ih.ssuli, lU tTFor .Vl'mlaT"-0 value DO. For worth ,7.90. a. mutton sleeve,, worth w.,t. full sleeve. rlbTo 5d?l KiltSld; '" g if dfe yO. , I O H ' fl a. -. l t'-' ' ' M.98. at woith J3 9", at a beautiful "e"t for 39c. i spe- ,,n fiRffe1 19 1 --- - -vvv LJ!C t-rJUr BVB B B H'.P oo lot Men's Merino Shirts OQl i ENGLISH LINOLEUMS, B'GGEST BARGAINS OF THE SEABQN. " A I ffifr I $fe H'f""""""""'' 1 HbM MATTIWCS, 2,000 l.all.-s' DmiKolit ami fi"CSr5. Jtt&Lw MM !itm Jf mwt T I '' ""J'n'S 'in'ecn.'"''.! 39 H-rft 7C" ...i onuniiiiVifti -,rT. .7!,!::' " fflIIffi f wU 1 fSSiiifirjssi'e Hate wmu1. .""...' " ITKbM K VO- JminIiii-ss, to-morrow at about "00 Lnilli's DomkoIu lltitton wims twiim my UBIIIUltSll S ElatSi , . , ,., JSO IKf TTTNTTAV nmnriTr flOo. oil tlioilollnr.at Shoos, Jiati-llt tii. st.lNIl llltllcc. WaEH No. 4fiA White llllll Drab Cor- a fine assortment for Children In fancy ''VjJj.Su.l white ami ecru ... ,fU B IIUUllI l'"u'D V Wlirtll 1.7.1, joiirs at VtitliliilOl- straw Hats, all colors, trimmed with line ' ",ru'"- """ ,. . Bk Mr Mil I 111 I Pi K I CKCit- k. v . - hptH ,11IU' ' ll hllC (llialltv of wild flowers, also folld coljred wreaths There are about 20 dozen ' I'a'",c" ,,e. Mt UlilUlJUlljRl i5JC3 99C. cooWuWhof tbol.PstM.Hrii.rn,. 10 A.M. TO 3 P, M. IWh CoutiI . .. .' ami nndf,,kr'SL"L,l!,sn, l?,' 7V'Knt,,1tl,eii;c"mcio?e wk Ann r,7rt LaitU-s' Fr.-ii,.h Doni'ola 200 pairs I.a.ll-s' Vh-I Don- i r n , t ti , MnNDAY ' S&Sin- tho lot" this ale t. ,)y HiLLW TfttTiriTKT 'lr.iuuovhlXTO ,, , ., 1,ost l"y Frcm-h horn ami S3J5 each .. ; , - , ' " ' ' tap W jO JtjjiJtJl l t -g- ',' I'IIIIjADKI.IMIIA 'roKcoim.if.il Hfimn htitton.Volid, with rufllo mer Bhouhlrr worth 100 iloz. Mel rlmno Print Wrap- t ,.,, . , , . arcatest barBnin8 in the city of i'n- im dps. i'iif V-, ' "maV nC BW' KW"w Shades, each,. 1 TB Tf r J.rtdfe-ato 140 rilllcillouslj low prlCO OI l ' TW CB. - -, Get a souvenir with jnur purchase at HIHV iylWow J-oleg eaci. JK i,S-ofe6, 7 Missm DoilKOhl Pntfllt j n v SMk. n U Xll fc. n . II PC3 tionlary counter. With every palr "a'e Hft .'- :" wrorobter:. 3.88 3 u 8. 7o x-2t& OCv SSFci 3 P, 1... &fiB 3 p. m. Ws- ioc. isc. ana sscIthis sale only, 25c Hose.