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18 TH EVIMNQ WORLD, FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1912. SPORTING PAGE IN NEW YORK UP-TO-DATE EDITED BY AND NEWSY ROBERT EDGREN FRESH GLIKP3ES INTO FISTIANA Copyright, 1312, by Dm 1'rrsi rubllslilng Co. (The New Tork World). Ahe Attetl In Great Condition and Now Weighs 135 Pounds Stripped, According to Billy Nolan's Letter. Oaprrlstt. IBIS, rr tha rrnt rnbUahlof Oo. (Th. Naw York WnrUI. A HE ATTEWj disappeared a eoapU rt month Ro after hla twenty round nght with Tommy Murphy. H didn't eend out any bulletins cover tat M movement. So the following letter from Billy Nolan, former manager t Battling Nelaon, wai something of a arprlM: SUddtatown, Lake County, May It. Mr. Robert Bdfren, New York: Thla la the fourth week that Aba ttall has passed In the mountatna of Lake County. Tho flrtt two weeks were apent on my ranch, now flrlah tng two week In a camp fifteen mllea from the ranch high up In the pines, where we aro out In a forest where plenty of gamio and llsh abound. Abe i has become quite accustomed to th utdoor life. Hornnback riding, fish lng and hunting la tho way he passes most of his time. TJiat this new life has worked a wonderful change In the little Hebrew la best ovldonccd by the continual Increase In pound a- a certain aign that he la in per fect fiealth. Abe's wind and stamina have been thoroughly tested here on many occa sions. I am aatlafled all he needa la a good rest. Two months In the moun tatna will tend to put thla wonder ful little fighting machine In prima hap ready to meet the beat of hla laa and again demonstrate that he la the same AJM Attell who for year waa the classiest ring man this coun try could boaat of. Trained and In Ms present Improved form, no fighter f hi poundage can defeat him. Whan Johnny Xllbane has taken th Km and reaped the benefits of ls bard earned victory Aba Attell will be rsady to go after th throne. We ar ready to put up any kind of' wager that Kilbaa or hi friends feel Ilk ovectlng; In fact, we are ready to prove that Aba Attell waa defeated by ill own carelessness, lack of training then It was a close aWcislon at that AtUll will not enter the ring until late In June or probably early In July. We did try -to close a match with Wolgast up to tan rounds from Jones's) oft repeated declaration that fee Intended showing hla man with My ona where the money was sll light Wolgast was offered (7,000 to asset Attell for six rounds In Ban Franclioo. However, he thought It wiser to hook up with Ritchie for lets than 11, MO. It certainly was a -rise move, considering the showing that Wolgast mads that night. Abe la doing everything that I ask him. Of course, he has quite a few Idea that w do not agree on. An occasional disagreement or row Is the rasult suoh little things aa these are to be axpocted. The mode of life that I insist on hero In the country Is U foreign to Abe Attell as It would to to -one or our saddle horse who has never been asked to drive be tween a pair of shafts, then to try and drive him In a buggy. You can Imagine that you would have a task to perform. When you are told Abe. ha not trunk a cup of Java or tea? let alone pastry of any description, you have an Idea of the careful life he Is now leading. Seems miner strange for tba boy who lias been used to the cafe and bright lights for the past ten years. Ills sincerity can b reckoned by his' actions, nd the re sult from his now rugged and much Improved appearance. Instead of the frail look he la as chunky as Wol ctst, and when he hits San Francisco , will -Kale over 1JJ pounds strlpnod, d good, healthy, hard fleali, ac cumulated by hard work In tho open fir, plenty of rest and a wonderful Improvement in appetite, which has been appeased by good, common waa food. Uk the horse, Attell has Improved with the change of paaturo. Not wishing to take too much of your valuable time, believe ss sincerely, BILLY NOLAN. AN Abe A'.tell weighing 138 pound! la flrst-clss fighting condition would be a new factor In the lightweight situation. I'd like to see Abla hook up with Cross, Murphy and th old buneb of New York llghtweuchte Without havlnj to fflva Ihem n.'.hi handicap. Tbere'd be tome good fight- CAJtPBNTIEn, the Frenchman, will fight Billy Tapke In Tarls eoon. Papk 1 to get S per cent, of the gU If hs Tins, SO per cent. It he loses. As th French sporting public loirs In terest in fighting when the hot weather strike Paris, the gate may not be very larf. sad Carpentler, who has a con trast (or 19,000 for hi end, win, loss or Craw, will have th beet of It JMwever, Tapke will be satisfied If ha M knock th French mlddlenolsht chasaplon out, and o prove that ha Is Halls' coming baok Into championship (arm. It would be worth while to go , through the fight, under those o!rcum stances, even If he received only ei paaaa money. AWIBK from Las Vegas Informs ui that the promoter of the John-aon-Flynn affair has rer.lv.1 a t tela gram from Palier, ssylnv that he wfll be at the rlngBld July 4 and that ha will ohalltng the winner to fight Mat at any data after July4, and that ha watt havs backing to t extent of mat. af-a.XfciJi tmim'.w munr s "COZY" DOLAN TO ROCHESTER CLUB Former Jersey City Third Baseman Fails to Keep Up Pace Struck Last Season. COZY DOLAN, the Hilltop third baseman, who at one time prom ised to accomplish wonders In the major lengiio baseball world, has been ent to Rochester, leader of the Inter national League race. If he ahow any thing while working for the three-time Class A. A. champions, Manager wol- verton will protnbly haul him back Into fast company. Oolan did some great fielding and batting for the Highlanders after leaving Jersey City toward the close of last season, but this spring h was badly spiked in the training caap and never has been right. Th chancea ar mat wnen n regain nis proper i condition he'tl electrify the Ed Bar m tMii iiA will nrobablv h a areat ' help to John aanaell' boys In their at tempt to win their fourth penant la a row. Cuba aad Pirate la Biff Trad. Tin Cube tad th TlnUi htre Jut earapleud a Ms tilde. Tti Cblcstn club ou wipiad uUlltj aus Artlt Uodntn ssi lltcbcr Kic Ool for Uit two uUrtu, I-ltcuer Mrtj MirwM nJ ouuitUM Tommr lMofa. Uafnua U M 4a snj tnel. Uoa oa uit aiisusa onwkit un oil try, dui K U at ftrei bus tint U sum, and It will us OaubttiUr be law when In'lt bt pWS. Coli m tla UkIIoi tot man is u muoiui uim two jws ssd. but uses uira a tUD't Uta ol ay iitat. It tu Um Um iimm1 lmcmdaa Uist boW UUIfM od lmcb wtn "thrautu." M it H tiui to now u; u rton oi eertvc m th Cbtcvsai, aba our their riuon tar ntklai tin tuiJf vti tb arnultr of luilnj a illiil MUth. paw win. lovai nay naaasjf tirorras. There la a ttrani nimor tnrcHtns till rouodj lhit Otam Blotill. tin Ms tint Iminu. will uerl nabVy Vusc. tin tvtcria liorUtop. uuutfrr f till lliuwot itltf UUi Nuon ui nuon, mouu niiDAsru in .aui !( .via, oa rtr an tit Tfrjuojr womltiM IJ tut rlub itlln t n. triu hlui Indar iualraJ of arcurtaf llirrr ttla troa tar AtliUUw. WiUiro hu bn luioutr of tha )H. loula AauaiMni for to aaaaora now, but biui't Ixrii obla to do anjibiDS wltb Hum. Vaalaaia wita ninneapoita low, Dob Uotfiub. wa at Una cloml fl wba at Una pUrl flrtt tail aiutal .utoo AOMHrane. and iwj, rear ruMKrU Ua UDWin (a'D.i mm oi ui ivralrm tauua. bat txn lrird hj Mlnntaiolls of tin Aaertosa ociauon wnm at a uiuiij lonrMrr, Collea Baseball Rranlte. 4. r.hM.4.tnl.Ult..v.trf 9, lnMl...l. 1. At I'nrliktioa Yala-UruB tm coneafl!: rain lotion, Vt. Tufts. 41 VmiKiat. 0. At Worcratar Hair uruaa naruaouta. 4. At liatou. Ua. lioJola.I)lti mmm int. AVt'IilitJa Cstladle Loliaraltr. Bj Mount At VKlat'own, Cona. Wfslajtn.Trlnltr gaua aauad In aroontl Innlnti tain. 5,000 Patterns from Which to Select $20, $30 and $40 Suits If you come to us, we are never forced to tell you that the cloth you like cannot be had in the size you need. You select the cloth, we take your measure, and when your suit is finished, it is your suit not a suit made to fit some one else and altered to fit you. Blue serge coat and trousers as low aa $17.00, made to measure and tailored and finished aa well as moat suits that cost double the price we ask. Our guarantee hai forty years behind if. Arnheim Broadwciy and 9th Street The Largest Tailoring Establishment in the World JJtS. , .f r. . -T.lrt.. taaHwl- 1 sO BKClWM t-EMItr CROM, AOff A5 A UdKTVIEt6HT. ATIEU- I IJR0rt)WV Columbia Crew Shows Promisingly for Big Regatta at Poughkeepsie Blue and White Varsity Eight Makes Good Showing in Harlem "River Event. TUDOIXO by th. form h -pIv':"t SKinWft S w- - Aoh4 iVvM BiKrvw w-lt In thai aquatic claawto at Pachkpl n.xt I month. Th work of th three Blue and Whit eight, was th. feature of tho BUmoriU Day fixture Comm .. wa. easily the star of th day, Its thre. bails having little trouble In sweeping all nerore tnem. that of tho-Ioscra was 157. Tho Malta Doat Club of Philadelphia was the second victim of nice' speed boys, tho Columblas defeating tho Penn sylvania by eight lengths In the Inter mediate iiliells. In that event the second varsity crew carried oft the honors In t.0t 3-6. Although Columbia's crows outrowod their opponents in eacn race', it remained for tho varsity eight to ahow their ad mirers classy rowing. The Blue and White eight was plttod against the New York A. C. In the senior contest, and the race was the fastest ofj th. three in the Junior race Jim Rice's fresh- SS tt! W.iS'SlW! men eight outclassed tho Lone Star yw on tae rliar in tlm nornlni ant aftrrnoon crew and won"by more than ten lengths. VVV' ibiulnTS1,' l''r! It wu a walkover tor tho Mornlngalde waa a luk(u,i in tlu' frrhm.in ere lii ttia itlr collegians, their time being 6.S0. while ?"Vrt,So'! sin" iM??'1 " "' AK.tr VMOKKINCb HRt fUr.. MONAV REIURillKti fRort A HUNT eights, the collegian crossing the finish line in 5.40. Brooklyn Celtic, mid Newark l'lay . Tic. J,Vll'??ura Celtlca. l.,c-a of Ui Aaieclcan i.mf011.'," 1 Jllb-. lh' ",nn" '!'. iJawl a II !I?'r., . f'umi'lownlu arrlra of llm Niw York V.'lu1" '1" trJt at Uan.u.4te Oral. llti.okl)u. J.acb aiila acoinl a Ial. Hi. rr.irlt l,m'ht almiil ?.V,.JorJ"t.l'I: Ularrn thr llronlln Ctlllca .arjmni ILT JC (ii ,Hf rO lUHCf, Kirkliy fiuoil rinir-r it. f. iin.i. WXM ffWSlT bn tl. ato-m l.mke al.mt unon moit of Sjlrtt? qV.OTtoA.u,J 'ilT.-".'."'.::; wip'Uf' wai t"i.i Tirti. f(! i:'..'!.. atar. Ktrkhr wrnt rmil m and lu.t ha not ftp S5fAl;.,fieV,. "'r " -""" rritnutiir mi Tlinuics Pel I Defeat a Wliltiunii nt Trnnla. ...7!"""" .ISojao'lt . I VII tl-fcatnl Malcolm l. H hltuun. Ill ttlLinil rli.nii.l.t, an 1 allit, in ttv trnDU toiirnatnnt nf tba Itwkjwar Ilimtlns Cluti at Vt.irlmrt. I.. 1. r,ll (l.-o;,ird tila alioli alnkat arrllruljr fi:n lark roiirt and nan i,j -ci.rr 01 o i, -. m and c -a, riaylu n fut thrurliout. Wilttr Mrrrltt Hill Jl. I'larrd Ma b(at furui and difralrd N'ulu-.l.l w Nllra by rt- L". S 11 and 03. IKan Matlirj of yau, of itot,,Tt u rt.v. im acora h,u u .', p, IN NEW U NEILL-ADAMSLO Sixth Avenue, 20th, 21st and 22d Streets Today and Tomorrow at O'Neiirs 2,000 Men's Panama Hats At a Positive Surprise Price Genuine Colombia South American Natural White Bleach Panama Imported to Sell Regularly at $5.00, $6.00, $8,00, $10 and $12 $3.65 Very in all Every hat absolutely fresh nncl.new hnrdly off the steamer. Bo sure to come to O'Neill's to-day or tomorrow for these hats, as we hardly expect the supply to hold out beyond two busy days and it is not likely that another suJi hat proposition will be possible again all season if ev.r! 1 Or Salvia CNeiU'i Store for Did and the Boyi j' NIGHT. Giants Home After Reds Administered the Only Two Defeats New York Suf fered in Foreign Fields. BY BCZV.MAN JWI.Gr.K. AV1NO flnUhcl tho most remark- ablo road trip in the history of a New York club, tho Giants return A Nc to the Polo Oroumls this afternoon for a month of warfare. If they can make us good a ehowlne at home as they did on tha road tho National Leaguo race. to all Intents ami purposes, will be over by the Fourth of July. While such an occurrence would be an artistic triumph it would be of conritlernblc financial loss to the club. With Interest gone from the race, fans do not, as a. rule, attend the games In large numbers. When the Giants returned from a West ern trip after winning tha pennant In 1903 they drew on on occasion less than 201 people a record breaker for small Attendance. People are willing to pay to see th horn club fight when thoy have all the best of a proposition, but they hesttats when It comes to an absolute etneh. On tills recent trip the Olants played every club In the league with the excep tion nf Uoaton and lost but two nmai Those two were to tha Cincinnati ileds by one run each. The- made clean sweeps In St. Louis, Pittsburgh, Brook lyn and Philadelphia, and the worst thoy got In Chicago was a protested tie. STANDING OF AUEniRAN LEAuulC Club. W. L. PO.I Club. W. L. :l! Chlcaio ...'. 1J .100 Clarrland ..IT IV ItAitnn "n 1.1 .ti.iVWatn'ton 21 Drtrotl ....20 lS .813 St. fiOuU. . .11 28 , 29T RESULT'S Or YESTERDAY S GAMES MOKNIS'tl (1.U1E3. PtlUdalphla. T: Nyvr York, 1. rtt. louiv ii: uairuit, u. llmton, aj Wublalton, 2. CtiUKO. 3: ClrTrlawl. 1. .tn'iai.siioX oAMxa, Waahlnzton, fi; luton, O. t.latflUkl. 10: Chicago, 8. Detroit. 10; nt. buuu. 3. Nrw York l'ullateUlila fame poatpooad. lUin. GAMES SCHEDULED Detroit at Bt. Loula. YORK'S 8HOPPINQ Soft, Fine, Featherweight Panama the Wanted Shapes, Including Alpine, Racquet, Telescope, Cleit, Opti mo, Full Crown, College, Etc., Etc. i aw r r i ui Pal-zur. akd to Play Cardinals Remarkable Trip Abroad Iurlng the present stay at home alt' of the Western clubs will appear, be ginning with tho Cardinals to-day. At the end of this Invasion the fans will have had a fair opportunity of seeing whether there Is anything In tha league that could hold the Olants In chock. The only team that Is regarded by the Players as ait all danzcrous Is Pitts burgh. In their opinion the Reds blew up ten Unys ago, and from now on will not count as a serious contender. The loss of two games by Cincinnati vester- day drops them for below New York In percentage. As the weather get warmer tho Giants appear to be growing stronger. MdJraw has six pitchers, any one of whom can be relied unon to win. Tho Giant manager has adopted a system of wonting nis twlrlers In regular turn regardless of the teams they are to face. In the.past he has been com pelled to maneuvi'e hi. pitching staff so ai to bring certain pitchers against certain clubs. Kor Instance, he would use Marquard and Wlltse against such clubs as Pittsburgh and St. Louis and Matty and Ames against Chicago and Cincinnati. Wlltse waa also used ad vantageously agatnat the Cubs. The Olants are so strong In th pitching department now that ho can take them as they corns. Rltba IfArautrd addd ta hla wondarful aorln word jrtaiunUr br dtfnUnf the I'ulllloa In tli moTDlnc rlau,iir. xaau. This masaa hla twtb. etrtUlit m oniT oca im oas it Da nnrmaajT to femora rilmuoxa tho box. In a iiom aalnat rbkUOrlprua be ins taken out vrtth tu aoort a tta In the ninth, Hatty wast la to rallare htm and waa bMtra. Tha cams waa ceooroed a dafMt for Mathewson, Tli lUfhlandcra ltft for IMrolt last BUrht and will tait ll.o kmcnt trip of Uie aouoo bWott r. turclns tn U.e Hilltop. Mr. Parrtll waa tvxlj liai,ioinlad orrr tba fallurt to su In on afternoon ame at tbo Pulo Urounda. uid ha and the Alti IaUc manajtf waited unUl tha lut mlsuta ba fort railing It off. The' postponement of that THE CLUD8. rii.i. ti t nn i rinh W T. Dtfl NawVirk..srf O ,2l St. toula...l 2T . (Jlnc!nnatl,.'.M M I.ILO rwla'phla .,14 ID .421 Chl.-art ...111 IT .ti." rtoitoo ...lj ij .831 I'ltUhunh IT IT .MO'ltrooHrn ...10 .413 MDItNlNQ 0AMB8. Nw York. T: I'hlUdalphU, 1. Itrrxtklrs. 7: Boston, tl. Cldtaso, 8: Cincinnati. S, bu umim, e: vvwivavx, . Now York. : fiiUaolpbU. 1. rtttilnirsh. U: St. Uwla. T. Cluuwo. ; CUveumatl. 4. Ilroourn-Uoatoa SW poett'oaSB. FOR TO-DAY. St. Loula at Nrw York. lloaton at Ilronklrn. Two ssaMS. Cincinnati at ritiaburfh. CENTRE $3.65 K'CAPrrr If Giants Continue Their Good Work, Pennant Fight Will Be Over by July 4. ileh rati nit b rrcalnrd throtuh i1m ru tilt urn nf tiotible-heart ?n, A holiday it&mt U alwtyi cuoJ tj .!out 1.000 praple la St York, n1 In Uif IVla UroiindJ thit oiUd mu upvrU of $1&.ii0 In nxbcy. INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE. Standlnv of (lie Clnlis. Clnb. W. L. l'C. Club. V. U RnrtKitrr ,.V I'J ,62A nalttmoro ...14 IT ittfr L'lt7..:i II .eib Montrral ....14 IT llufftla ....14 Vi Naark It in Toronto ....IS Id .484 froildeac ..12 IS PC. .4.U .4A.1 .4.'! .400 Resalts of Ycsterdsy's Oarurs. ItOrt.NI.VO OAUE3. Jrraar C1W. b Nowark. 4. HililaMrr, e: rrortdroca. 2. Tormto. 1 : Ttocbeater. 0. Ituffalooloctrral same nottroned. Rati AITKIINOO.S UAJlaa. Ntwark. 8: Jecwr City. 2. Ilnftalo. 4; Unntfal S. lUxtmUt. 6; Tiwnnto. S. t'rorlilrncUalUmor (ama peftpocad. Hi In, Games Scheduled for Ttj-T)r. l'nirjlfnoa at Jrnrr Cltr. HaJUmora at Nt.ark. Itootroal at BuffjUo. Toronto at Rocbatr. ..Baseball, rlo Orounds. To-dar, 4 P. Sf. Olaali ra. M. Loula. Adn. 60c. FfelrlPrraBlVlHLa If you haven't trrn tham vou don't know LOX-1T-ON 7oat Hhlrta Knee Drawers. They're different therVa bcttar. We aouaiit tha bail they're the anawar. " Bold br iM metropolitan ilmlrrs. Nainsook ...... Pongee A alt your dealer. KA.HN ft FRANK Wholesale Distributors. uiiaia wiiiiii Thnm'a White, hapt Bowllnf Alters and nilllard Parlor, itlst Bt. nroadwsr. AMUSEMENTS. MSyTTSgyi" I.KAI)1N(I THKATBKS Otis Skinner in Kismets l'LA3r 3 Mr.3 tlUUOUn !.at Matlnra Hat. I TIMES. WHITESIDE TYPHOON l.Il.CUmTl.aa.,,niar. . it. 2.M ill. OO MAUVUU.Ol'8 MOTION FICTDHRS, PAUL J. RAINEY'S African Hunt 10 111K UE KOVKN OI'KRA OO. tN K U UI IN HOOD QHK&T CAT or GRAND OI'KKA rffAKil ZIEGFELO'S MOULIN ROUGE fe&i Ira) OA uriMCAMC UinrtU" Witt Wrd n niiwuuu. it aw ir y u.t ir 1 1RFRTY "- " )'"n. ta. at a. is. jcauntta wai, ai...ia. HENRY MILLER nVilfltW fAIPTY H'wfr, 46 it. r.rtnlnsa,s.30. OFFICER 666 With Ororia Nah and Wallare Kdrtlnrrr. OI ORF B'ar. 46th W. Kim. at .it. uLUDC taUar Wed. A rial., i.li. Th Rom Maid''fM''!' STEEPLECHASE CONEY'S FUNNY PLACE 6CUXXCK BB09. PALISADES Park wPfiofuHt. CiaOCU. BETTBB. BBIQBTEB THAN KVCH. NEW Dally atatln BRIGHTON J JKW Dally Matinee. 3 Do Amelia Ulnsliam rm vv. .inHi Raw .'" loa 4s AammT I. Badlnl aa Aiviar. uonnauy m Wabb, Hoar A Lae, others HENDERSON'S kvV alma, Collins Hart, Crouch Welch. Uobba Dala. Durion A Utryksr oth.ra. 1 THE NEW PLANET i VI A herrimentJI Ni A I HAMRRA VALKtlKA HUllAtT LnnmOIUi AOo..'CabarttslaCaita,' 7th ar. ISOtl. at. JlfvltNILC VlNAl'Oltk Mat. Dally. !c CQ..llAUHr FOX k oth's COLONIAL .u-. C0LUMBU lLMmmmftt Trials To-Day and Finals To Morrow in Annual Athletic Meeting in Philadelphia. (Special to Tlie nrenlwt tVorldl, PiriLAnRI.PHIA, May 31.-The trial will bo held to-day In the Intercolleglars track and field championships at Frank lln VMd. Tho finals will be heM to morrow, and before the last event 1 decided It Is exprvtcd that many now records til bo nunc up. It la harder to pick the winner of thl year' affair than any that have been held In a tltvnde. I Pennsylvania Univer sity Is represented by a well-balanced team, but, tho mtnnr colleges have o many stars entered that all calculations may jro for naught. Columbia xhntild rut a blc figure, In tho results. The lllue and Whlto team bnasl.t of many rtar performers. Harry llabcock, who created n record In the pole vault laot year, Is counted on to spore, but he'll do remarkably) well If he wins, ns In tho past ten months many stars have come Into tho open In this event. Jacobs, th Columbia eprlntlnp: mar vel, ran the "hundred" In 9 Us. Iast wrik In practice, and If lie repeats no one will be nble to toifh him. ITonslb. tho half-mller, and Orndy, tho hurdler, are hIso relectrd aai probable point win ners. With Tel Herna and John P. Jons entered, Cornell should have all mark from the half to two miles at her mercy. DAWSON WINS$35.000 IN BIG AUTO RACE. INDIANAPOLIS. Ind.. May 31. 'Tra heanl the call of the ranch. I believe I IH buy one." Thl.i was the statement to-day of Jos Dawson, winner of the second annual SoO-mlle motor car race of the Indian apolts Speedway. Tho darlns; younc Iloosler driver, who htirled his National car around tha f00 miles of track at an average speed 'Of 78.72 miles an hour, was 3.,0"i0 richer than he was yesterday. Tho first prize offered by the 8pecdway management was SO.0OO and accessory prises added 315,000. "It was hard luck. That' all yon can make out of 1t. It was a hard race to lose, but lt'H all In the. game. I did my best and since I've lost out, I'm for th man who picked the prlxe," said Oalph Do Palma, who led the racers In his Mercedes entry from tho tenth mil to within five mllea of the flnth. Cylinder trouble, due to a fractured piston which affected the engine, forced tho Intrepid Italian-American to quit the race after he had maintained an average speed of SO miles nn hour. BiiMMirrAa AMUSEMENTS. (If . r"-1 " w I in l F. n r. a o nc m nr.BiJf eoth fit. Tel. 4U Cclumr-SLlI aii. T:n r. si M") MI1I1T ,,nvv. Broad !lrt ii.. u '1 rttu..i ixr J 1 ... I't k ... .."- .:" '. . (Ira. so. Hlnsins hUrrr. MAMA'S BABY BOY 39 'i h a i . lu"v,;'"! " i-i-r. ita. r.n .ir A mrrrcDrt "teW.0'?". 2.J?. " i m itib WHEEL I. v IJ If LAST it TIM KH ifW' To-Morrow, 2.U. I. ; ,' 1 ""o'row, 3.18. r A i 1 t IN C E Star Hfilrnl of PLA V HUUiit iTJivr C,'. t'V ""MoT Bummr ainu paid CASINO11 X,Jf4h-.?A PowERsx;"ff,;,r C01V1EUY iVt'&'PoS BUNTY PULLS t'HE STRINGS jiiai.f I ai. a. pvt. it way k tt At KI.IJOI 181 H.20 iliL To-MorTOw ZUH tiyf II Irturra.lluntliUHrllJ animal. atNoctliPcC Manhatlnn On. Iloiiie I S4ita rtt. A nth Ar" Ur.nWSTWl'S MILUO.NS lOc.'JOeMs Stxl Waalc TUB WOUT lien i...ru.iuB bim UU3. nni!.rnii ua.&b HAMMERSTEIN'S u L-aa- Kl TH ta.ll. l aUt H Kna. 15 iiioa RTMeJ AtrrH. Emmett Corrina A Co.. (mum & lltvlify, titun chip ft Mw (loula, Co Tin ruin A WUbar, Tott. tiK. COHAN THEATUB.U'wv, 4 GRAND JAMES K. HACKETT "!8gm I ls? 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