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THE EVENING WORLD, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1920.
m 05 j Turf News Tho Belmont Stakes, one of tha classics of tho American turf, a race for three-year-olds at one mile, und three furloncs. will have, a valua of (60,000 In 1U22. This announcement was made by tho Westchester Racing Association yesterday and unless the Maryland Jockey Club sees fit to boost tho value of Tho l'rcakncss or tho Ken lucky Jockey Club that of the derby tit Churchill Downs, to match It, It will have the distinction of being the richest race for, three-year-olds In the country. Th Futurity of 1923, too, will take Its placo us one of the richest fixtures for twwyenx-olds In tho country. Thin race w.ll have an added ViiIub of 110,000, which will brim; It a Ions way back to money mark of other years. Last year tho race hud a guaranteed vuluo of 130, 000 and exceeded thU su muiti that Step LiKhtly'a alitiro was more than J35.000. The Autumn Gold Cup was euch u success lust fall that It was decided to renew It and combine It with tho Jockey Club Stake, a llxturo for three-year-old at one mile and a half which was n. failure The event for next year will be known ad the Jockey Club's Gold Cup, and will bo a weight for ago race for three-year-okU and upward at two mites. It will have an lidded value of (10.000 in addition to a gold cup valued Ht J2.50O. The Ijawrenrr lleallzatlon Stakes, an other autumn clastic, has beun material ly Increased In vuluo. tho 1923 event liaV Ing an added vuluo of 7..r.OO. C Bowling Strikes A and Spares) The Hutherford Moose bowling quintet, composed of Shaw. Wlllianm, fj',.r'1"; l'or,ro !Jnd Walters, defcatod both tho Floral Holghts and Algon quin teams in the American Nutiunul tournament when they met last night at the White Elephant alloys on hroathvny. In the opening game tho .Moose bowlers tallied 836 to 8S7 for the Moral Heights bowlers. In tho second game the Algonqulns rolled away below their usual good form, registering only 695 to 836 for the Floral Heights team, and In the final game the Mooso tenplnncrs scored Amateur Major Belmont, tho President of tho Westchester Uaclng Association, has announced that In all stakes the fourth horao shall save his stake. rjALTIMOHE, Nov. 6 On Watch's trip 'to ihi- South was not wasted dvn though Cleopatra beat him for the J. .noma c hnmplonsnip. ine nig son of CoUn won tho rimllco Autumn Handicap for thrco-year-olds at the riinlico track yesterday afternoon. He carried 123 pounds, conceded lumps of weight to such colts and geldings as ' I'aul Jones tho Kentucky lerby win ner. Yellow Hand, Dr. Clark, Donna conna nod Mazes. Well handled by Sande, ho won first I money, worth J3.70O not. by a neck I from Yellow Hand, with Dr. Clark hlrd. six lengths away, but In order n nrcnmnllsh tills he was eomnelled lo step tin mile ami a quarter course tn 2 04 3 5, which smased the track ecord of 2 05 2-0, hung up by Omar Khayyam on Nov. 8. 1017. P1MLIC0 SELECTIONS. First Itaoe ntter ratter. Sir Clar ence. Donado. Second llace Iloudlnl, Ivry, ilaf locker. Third Ilaoe Deacon, Itoss entry, Toreodnr Fourth Ilaee Hltdreth entry, Ross entry. I.eooliares. Fifth Race Lough Ited, Two Pair, 1 Jlosa entry. I eixth Itace Alibi, The Porter, Dam- I ask. I Seventh Rare Moroni, The Deci sion. Ills Choice. nnxlna- at Nerr York Athletic Clnb. An amateur boxing tournament will be held at tho New York Athletic Club. Central Park South, on Thursday, Nov. 11, and Saturday. Nov. 13, The following classes will b con tested: 108-pound, 115-pound, 125-pound, 13."i-pound, H5-pound, novice. A pelnt trophy will be awarded to tho club scoring the greatest number of points, on a basis of live to tho win ner. three to tho second, and one each to the losers In the seml-llnals. Entries dose on Monday, with Paul H. Pilgrim, New York Athletlo Club. Central Park South, Franklin Lead for I'oeUrt Milliard Title. OHICACIO, Nov. 6. Walter Frank lin, the youthful Kansas City star, has gone Into the lead In tho Watlontl pocket billiard tournament hero by de feating Charles Seabaek of Torrlng tnn. Conn., by a score of 125 to 68 In 3J Innings. Franklin has won eight games and lost one. 810, while 749 waj the best tho Algon qulns could do. To-night's) play will bring togother Hpurtan, Orotonu and the Uroutlway team of Brooklyn. Thu Broadways are the lenders anil the Bpartuns and Crotonas axo well up In the running. n Tnnctk CM fofflpanr Mwllni tturtiamrnt It to totn thli lunlni l llllllr Cordfi'i Orinit Crrjiil Howl In Aodrmr. niooklm Tht allot r. la tiptop tiilt lot lb ocwuuiufri aud food acorra art npcifa. Srhwirx rnhuh lftiiv fVniran. v.ttimMt . thin tlm. lnnt In thu silk llonllns Iaaua it i Tkum Ii.t tilnkl. ahro iht) m l the Imalrri from ' H. V Mallhon jt Va Th. xtte s, hit arrinba' h 1 Co. JJ, HQ, J03, it. p. u.uiioo Co.. TM ' 711. til. I W. II. it. Uojd Company bowlrfi won Itarre I tloarlj rootritl strata In the Wall Pap! 1ama i lut tmlii( from tk Robert Urifdn turn. Tho , fc-rw wttt low, but tti( lamM 't ill tn doutit i until th lut Irmil. Tlir xnrrl W II M Und ! 032. tit. 61C; Itobcrt (Irirrin all. S1 1. '(11 KRAMER BROS.,INC SELECTED MEATS, PROVISIONS, POULTRY AT A SUBSTANTIAL SAVING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SALE FreSll HtfUtl Cut from Corn Fed rirjs . . Boneless TopRd. Roast Beef OFFICE AND WAREHOUSE, 517 WEST 1GVH STREET : f Grtr.ith St.. neat Ealttft F ) I Cor. Gre.nwich At. & ChriilspSerSt. 132 Broad St., nr. South Ferry vnrnnnhnri J 93 Amsterdam A., nr. 64tS St 920 Ninth Av nr. 59th St. ( DIUIIblluu 1 135 Columbus AV., nr. 60th St 777 Eighth Av nr. 47th St. J I 947 Third Av nr. 57th Sti RESTAURANTS, SHIPS AND FAMILIES SUPPLIED best know well. i you II me THE AVION B ROGUE 1500 PAIRS NOW SELLING AT Men who go in for style want this shoe. A full brogue made on an English last, with all trimmings, of heavy cherry-grain leather. Vaktiep 170 BrMdw. 1173-ld 113J Broidwtr iei r ruiion hu Ri.,a irifth Alt. Yorkn, N. Y. T N. HrodwT. Patinon. N. I lit MatUt St. N. Y. -17 una nt. tt32 moadwa? '"isi w. mth m. ' u"t a w. mat su Bro- 63T ltlro Alt. aiawark. H. "'Xri'JS. Full line of Phot nix and Van Raalte Wou'ery Unless you see the name "Bayer" on tablets, you are hot getting genuine Aspirin prescribed by physicians for 21 years, and proved safe by millions. Say "Bayer"! SAFETY FIRST! Accept only an "unbroken package" of genuine "Bayer Tablets of Aspirin," which contains proper direc tions for Headache, Earache, Toothache, Neuralgia, Colds, Rheu matism, Neuritis, Lumbago, and pain generally. Strictly American! Handy tin boxes of 12 tablets cost but a fewcents. Larger packages, jjiplrln Is U trade mark it Barer Masuf actur ot llonaacctlcacldesur ( SallcjIlcaclA STRICTLY CUSTOM TAILORED I buy over 100 rnds of materials. that were meant to produce $10 to $45 values. These lengths are .suffi cient for U-piece -units ; some are over cout lenglliH, others .suit and extra trousers, and oonsi.st of fancy wor steds, herringbones, tveed, blues and blacks that come up to from l-l to lti ounces in weight. My price, irrespec tive of your t.izc, suit or overcoat to order mm Extra Trousers Free lerge I buy 20 pieces of genuine imported English 15 oz. weight all wool Blue Serge. Every piece contains the original stump from abroad. I include these line serges in this two-pants sale. Suit to order SV V Kxlru Trousers Tree Uncalled-for Suits and vercoats Tr Tn jl T.ytr nn nm a tt I luivf a miinlit'i' of iiiidaimed suits on hand tt no at priors as rSk low as . Also a iiiimliir of ow-mints tnadr in my own da workrtuiiii-. djiriiiK 1 1 xi -i past dull m-umjii to o at prices as low a.s 118 NASSAU STREET Between Beekman und Ann Streets BROOKLYN: 44 FLATBUSH AV.NeXT. Open Even in gs 3 CHURCH STREET Near Liberty St. NEWARK, N. J.: 186 MARKET STREET Daylight Workrooms, S05 State St., Brooklyn, N. Y. We Carry a Full Line of "Pictorial Review" Patterns mum L. A. RRICB, Pres. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Promptly Refunded West 14th Street Between 5th and 6th Aves. Saturday Will Be a Day of Sensational Values Here The Best Posted Judges of Values Will lie Most Enthused When Theji See the Stunning n ' Fur Collar Coats We Are Featuring Them in This Challenge Event at This Ridiculously Low Price $1K All thought of profit or mention of comparative value haa been eliminated In order to Induce you to come in and compare values and judge for your selves the. merlin ot thin extraordinary offering. T"i. HINTED words, no matter liow eloquent or (till of ho. (ail lo convey nny adequate conception o( the merits A o( those superb garments. They must be seen to bo truly appreciated. A special purchase together with our entire Btoctt o( high grnde coats with huge cape collars of self material or large Sealine or Coney (ur collars choice of Milk plushes, nolo cloths, surdenes, silvertoncs, tlnseltonea and velours In Burgundy, beaver, taupe, brown, black, green, navy and mixtures. Ages 16 to 20 years and 36 to 4(j Hiust. Mothers Will Not Only Admire the Style, but Will Become Enthusiastic Over the Value in These Girl 9 TTphvv Winter Among them arc Superb High Grade Sample Garments as well as regular stock Coata of unusually fine appearance Coats that sold everywhere at nearly double this price a few months aco some havo large cape collars of Furtex or self material. All we ex ceptionally well made of fine quality Zih lines, Silvertoncs, Cheviots and other fancy fabrics -plain or fancy trimmed with wide belts and fancy pockets; size 8 to 14 years. Girls' Better Grade Winter Coats styles in the better I SSpyi H3.89 All (rom the same (amoiw maker, his best styles in the better quality (aurics hamwomo, stylish gar ment ol polo cloth, Bilverlone and wool velour, full lined with full llaru backB; i7.es 8 to 14 years Coats IJO.Hl) That 'The Seemingly Impossible Is an Established Fact You Will Admit W hen You Have Attended This Sensational Shoe Sale A manufacturer's eagerness for a quick cash turnover placed in our possession a large quantity of the better grade of women's high and low footwear which we offer at Half and Less Than Half the Price Similar Shoes Sold For a Few Weeks Ago Women's shoes for street and dress wear, smart brown kid, tan calf, black kid and black calf footwear some with cloth tops all sizes at All Sizes and All Widths Military, Cuban and Louis XV. Heels Also patent leather spat pumps. Theo ties, Co lonial and strap effects in a pleasing variety, with turn solos and Louis XV. heels. Original Value Disregarded Entirely in the Pricing of These Boys' 2 Trouser Suits 7.95 Uttilo. material aiuT work manship identical with dij Hint nf flic nreat ma'toritu r ' selling elsewhere at $10. VALl'KS that stand out so !....n.H..tl)llF ttiot ik.rntiv IV WJ1II V-'roi VI. 1 Hill. uvvri mother who sees them will be tempted to purchase several suits. Fall and Winter's newest and snappiest style in an assortment of good serviceable fabrics that will sat isfy the most exacting. Sizes 7 to 17 years. Corduroy Junior Suits Priced Enticingly Junior Norfolk models. Fashlonod from a sturdy, rich looking Corduroy that will withstand the roughest sort o( usagtt and still look drrasy, also mixtures in gray, brown and blue; sizes U to 10 years Low Tomorrow 4.49 Store Hours : 9 A. M. to 5:30 P. M.