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VEAKLIXG BRINGS 810.000 LIVELY BIDDING PROMISED FOR THE TROTTING STALLION, DIRECTUM, WHICH WILL BE SOLD TO-DAY. ■n, e attendance at the horse sale at Madison ~ iT d Garden yesterday compared favorably with %X of the opening day., "The Old Glory Sale" U « serve to bring: many horsemen to the city t&S a!" parts °* the country, and the prediction Fj been made that more horses will be disposed **« and higher prices paid than at any previous sal© ° 4 this city. The big amphitheatre -was thronged last night. The feature of the sale to-day promises to be DIRECTrM, 2:or.it •VTorld's champion four-year-old trotter, to be sold at Madison Square Garden to-< Say. famished when the well known trotting stallion Dlrectum. belonging to the estate of William E. Spier Is put up at auction. Directum has a record of la% and pome people are of the opinion that ta« Srotnate bidder who secures the stallion will ■arstany rtHmaausd dollars for the prise. It lb •aid that » veral commissioners nave been in- SrSrted to bid for the animal- Dire-turn arrived at the garden yesterday morning, and seems to be rtrildng U incldent yesterday was when Mil* Previous whs put up for sale This hand «me yearling daughter of Ponce de Leon-Prelac> is credited with trotting a quarter In Oik seconds and a furlong in 15%. seconds. She is a sister to Prelatess. 2:15«.. the champion two-year-old of the year which brought $4,600 at the morning sale fier dam. Prelacy, was sold yesterday to Thomas W. Lawson. of Boston, for SUM. ™<*?s**™l man. of Lexington. Ky.. started the x bidding for the youngster at 53.0>'»>. Then John H. Shults. of Br^klvn and C. A. Willis, of Red Bank became Interested, and the brds came fast and thick. The final hi.! was *10,300, and Mr. Willis took her. Ac cording to rumors. Mr. Willis was bidding for Jacob Ruppert. jr. Mr. Ruppert said not. This is iht- highest price of the sale so far. Richard Crokr-r was a visitor at the eale. but said he had sot come to purchase horses and that he had none Some of the best prices paid yesterday were as follows: Prelates* ar. m 2 year*. 2:l**4. by Pone ••'.'■-.„„- Lean— Primacy; Charles U>lU-s. Bed Bank. N. J. $4.«ort Csrpet. b. m.. 2 y<>»rs. by Prodipal— Annie Hilton; Ebtover Fsnn. Rochester. N. V ■ 2.000 Improbabi". b. m.. 2 years. 2:20. by Pro<H|B»l— qUsti V,Ukp#; John H. Bhnlte. Prooklvn. S. T. I.WO Peace Coonnlesloner. b. b.. 2 years, by Pro-.is.il - Rgche!: J. W. Palley. Gainesville Tex ..... 1.000 Piwirsor. b. s., 2 years. 2:*\ by Prtxilgal— Lady Acacia; J. I- Butt. Getty?burs Perm ......... !'-•• Great frirlt. b. m.. 3 years, by Prodigal— Rachel; Samuel McMillan, city - ----- I™" 1 Anrie. br. f-. 2 years, by ProdlGai— Oblique; F. I. _ fe??^ buL*£"* ye^T^"Suroo*WUk«i^BeU«B ' titm i Oeoice B. Incfi*.. 805t0n..... • ■■■ ■arta Allerton. b. in.. « years. 2:2s* 1 ? by Allerton —Marie Sanchez; Progress ctud. Milwaukee.... .GO Eiiicbei. b. t.. 2 years. 2.27. by Prodigal- Marie Sanchez; James Golden. jledford, Ma« -- '-'-O BHHfel Me . b. m.. I yearF. 2:2>J?». by Ponce de Leon— SicCar: W. H. Orr, Reading. Perm 600 Euchr- Prize, hr m.. 2 years. 2:26)6. by Ponce de ■— Haz 1 Ann; M. Fraissant. city...... B» ; BBk Weaver, b. ?.. X years, by Prodigal— £ilk - D. C Moran. City •..••SO PrcdirM Son b. s.. 2 years, by Prodleal— Hollne; A. A. Houferaan. city :"U" -- ' V ti" p — S ■■■HBMr. b. c.. 2 years. 2:2<;'«. by Prodlsral— Her- Bso- Charle* G. Moses. Parkville. Long [stead... i.wo OoiW Com. b. «. 2 years. -:-'■,. by Prodigal— Caciiola- A G Deysber. Reading. I'.-nr. ISO Nat Giver, » «." 2 yeans, by Profllaal-Bttlß Bum. J. W. Bailey. Gainesville. T?x »™» An»k i,. jr.. 2 years. 2:24 by Miiroi — AnagallL«; T> Osirle* iiabrey. Mafiiscn. In 3 -- " S«*t Heine, b. m.. 1 years, by Mllrol— llelcotne Hem*; Elmhurst Farm. Ivxlncton. Ky -- "-*-' l=w«ctlsal. br. ■ . I years, by Baron Witt**— Prac- M: lubiier Farms. Rochester. N. ■ ■■;■ *■'■ Tim Abroad b. 8., 2 years, by, Baron W likes— Prwtienl; A. A. Houseman, city '• '" YEARLINGS. Jilts Ft*, - : = », f.. by Ponce de I>>on— Prelacy; C k. Willis. Red Bank. X. .1 W.""; 10 - 300 lTn»erttß». br c. by Prodical— lmperious; jaistover Rochester. ST. V •- - -- • - 1 -**° O»rsi, I c by rrodlgal— Cameola; Nathan ■a* dtr " ' bM Mr. Siicfcn b c ._ by Prodigal— Marie Sanchez; r ■Jaaaaa. GuttenbUrg. N. J • ■■■-■ < * >U *JHa. br 1. by Prodigal— Annie -Wilton; J. W. **2*7, Gtla«s\-il!e. Tex •,•■„,■ AKJSIWIy. b. f, by WUkes Boy-Antilla : H. I -.ftwtoa, Hornellsville. N. V ••■••- --- • • 2 lj4 ° I lajßßMr b. c, by Prodl«al— Brown Silk; R. C. ..Staot. Kansas City. Mo '."'~.ZT.'o '■ WQ tlr £fflc. br. r . by Ponce de Leon-China >-i!k: R. _C Beniwa. Kansas City. Mo .......... ] — 5 »li«. b. r., by ProdTifaJ— Eollne; A. W. Sznlth. &j •'•'" in PJc=rer"*b"c."bv Ponce de Leon — H*rier.e; __^ _ A E. Park' r. Bedford. Maa --•• •-••• •'-' EuiT. Filly, b. f.. by Ponce de Leon— Helen T. ; &*£?£% byVoncV de I^>n-£iiV WUtoa; „ .■■ael McMillan, city ;; & -° **==. b c. by Ponce de Leon— Lily Keene; J«fes Tanner. Cleveland. Ohio -- *•-" *«» Tcrney. br. f.. by Prodigal— Miss Turney; £ Stabrtrhu Wheelinr. VT. Va. «w > x,«-:i;-L;*.x ,«-:i;-L;* . br f., by Bpnce de Leon— Myla; B. fctbr^.- Wheeiir-K. W. Va ------ flo ° *«fc)C Hoar hr. T by Bow Bells— Rosy Horn; Jtkit Uoinine. Ky - ••••••"■ 1-'OO1 -' 00 '•Woucder. b c. by Prodigal— Rachel : B. »>• Frascae. BellvQle N. V -•-- -** J ■»*en; br. or b. Y. by Ponce de i>eon— Re- Wlluu; p. F. Hamlii, city **" I FRIES D SHIP match at voxtclair. Sontdafr. N. J.. Nov. 26 (Special) —On the Mont '^ Golf Links to-day there was a friendly match * «en "Tcm" Anderson and T. T. Reid and A. L Fowler and Stewart Gardner, the well known C?«»Bionai of Garden City. The latter team won • I op in ihirty-Eix holes. It nourishes and invigorates during convalescence. Always helps— never hinders— puts the whole system right Sold by all druggists. It is one of the perfected products of the Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass n St. Louis, U. S. A. Brewer, of the famous Budwciser, Mlcbelob , Btack & Tan, P«ie-U«er. Faust. Aaheuscr-Standard, Export Pale and Exquisite. AVTOMOBITJyn. A SCHEME FOR A NATIONAL ASSOCIATION T'NDER CONSIDERATION. An interesting meeting of the board of governors of the Automobile Club of America was held at the club rooms. Fifty-eight h-?t. and Fifth-aye., yester day afternoon. Several questions of national scope have come up in the automobile world recently, and an affiliation of clubs seemed to be necessary. This arrangement will in all probability be c?rried out. for a plan of affiliating the prominent clubs has already been sent out, and it is thought that most of the clubs will readily agree to the suggestions made hy the governors of the local club. Many of the plans, however, are merely sugges tions at this time. Many of the owners of auto mobiles believe that there should be a national as sociation, somewhat on the lines of the League of American Wheelmen, to which all national issues should be referred for settlement, and which should also look out for general legislation affecting auto mobillng. This association could also draw rules for track and road racing. BILLIARDS. DE ORO WILL. REFEREE COMING TOURNA MENT. The six professional billiard players who will compete in the world's championship tournament at Madison Square Garden Concert Hall next week met yesterday to arrange the details of the con tests. Echaefer, Slosson. Barutel. Sutton. Morn ingstar and Howison were present and conferred with Charles Miller. They decided upon AUred De Oro tbe pool champion, as referee. Charles Mat thews, the veteran Chicago marker, will be brought on to mark the matches. It was agreed to use polished ivory balls, the two sets to be selected fcy in S r c^e d^Ss-haefer met .and defeated Fpectlvp scores were: Bcbaefer. 300 polr.tp. a i.v high run. SI. Ortiz. 124 points: average, 4 Bchaefer. 400 point?; average. IB 10-26: high run. 65. Ortia points; average. ". practice but In «Saon omitted hi* afternoon practice ..but .ln the evening defeated Albert G Cutl-r bytn. score of #90 to 162 points. The winner? a\"rai,. »d 8 Hf-S and his high runs 65. 5-3 and 41 Cutler made an average of 6, with high runs of o3 and & WHAT BWGLZBH OARBUES HIST DO. •TRUTH" SAYS THERE IS A NEWT HEWLETT. WITH FOREIC.N COMPETITION. London. Nov. 26.-"Truth." discussing the effects of the decision of the stewards of the Henley re gatta to permit foreigners to compete in the Henley contests, which was reached last Saturday, de clares that the old Henley is gone and a new Henley reigns in its stead. It must be recognized once and for all. says "Truth." that It I* the busi ness of English oarsmen to defend the Grand Challenge and the Stewards cups from foreign com petition. The Americans arc interested in winning the Grand Challenge Cup, says the paper, and will spare no effort or expense so to do. and If, as it is believed to be certain. Pennsylvania University adopts the Knglish style of rowing, the danger of defeat will be appreciated by all oarsmen. • ' lt _ The article argues that the marvellous results obtained by the American college crews is due to the fact that while the English train in ill ntted and heavy boats, with prehistoric oars and worn out buttons, the Americans use the best or every thing from the start. Henceforth this must be changed; the jealousies between the fcngllsh clubs must be ended, and these clubs must Rive up their beet men. adopt the best appliances and train for one event instead of rowing in several. Ineciuo crew and the club entry must al«o become subordi nate to the international crew and the international entry. TO SHOOT AT INTERSTATE PARK. The first shoot for the metropolitan championship at targets will be held at Interstate Park, Queens, Long Island, to-morrow. The conditions are fifty target? a man. Any Shooter who lives within fifty miles of the City Hall is eligible. There are four other contests on the programme Shooting will begin at 10:30 a. m. ■lIT/r AXI> JEFFRIES MAY MEET. The National Sportinp Clab of England, througn Its American representative, Dr. Ordway. is try ing to arrange a limiting between Jeffries and ntaabnaaoas. The club will offer a good purse for a ten round hout between these pugilists, but will stipulate that the contest shall tnko place wilni-i thr.-.- months. When aeen ireaterday Fitzsimmons aeemed willing to listen t" the proposal, and ur. Ordway telegraphed to Jeffries last night. G. V. T. I. ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION. The Greater New-York Irish Athletic Association ■will celebrate the anniversary of the breaking of ground for its spacious and well appointed cluh bNMSe at Celtic Park to-morrow with a reception and entertainment in the evening, to which pr<-;m! nent officials in New-York have been invited. The last of the games for the outdoor season will n.' played on the clubs Rround-= in the afternoon. RFTEyTH KEGIMEVT <7.41//; S. The entri.s for the fortieth games of the 7th Regiment Athletic Association, which take place at the armory on Saturday evening. December 7. dosed last ni?ht with a total of fUS. This is the largest entry ever received for a set of games by the athletic committee. Many national and intercollegiate champion? are numbers of the 7th. and will compete in the games. Irving : X Baxter, of Company C. the worlds champion hifrh Jumper Rnd pole vaulter. will attempt to break the indoor rr cord for both. Gordon Brown, the Riant captain of last years Yale eleven, will compete In the shot put." ANHEUSER-BUSCH'S The Malt Tonic Aids the doctor to cure you. NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 27. 1901. WOODRUFF. PENNSYLVANIA'S HEAD COACH. RESIGNS BECAUSE OF DISSATISFACTION. Philadelphia. Nov. 2<v— The dissatisfaction which had been manifested throughout the student body at the University of Pennsylvania this fall over the poor showing of the 'varsity football team cul minated to-day in the resignation of George W. Woodruff, the head coach of the squad. Mr. Wood ruff in his letter of resignation sars: I beg to tender my resignation as coach of the football team and as financial secretary eu t«e Athletic Association, to take effect November _, with the distinct understanding that I am noi a. candidate for reappoimmcnt to either position. Agitation for a change in the system of coaching at Pennsylvania, has been carried on for the last twc years. Woodruff, who had played guard for Yale, was engaged as head coach for Pennsylvania in ISO 2. He developed a magnificent team and in 1894. when Pennsylvania defeated Princeton at Trenton, the Red and Blue took her place in tne -Big Four" and for the next three or f our >**£ the continued strong. Then the standard of the team began to lower each season. Abrn^ three weeks ago the undergraduates held a mass meeting to consider a new system It was re?ol\ea that the undergraduates should have more r< pre sentatlon on the board of directors of th« Athietlo Association and a ticket with several anti-Vl oodruff candidates was nominated. The election Is to be held in December. "PENN" CONFIDENT OF VICTORS. Philadelphia. Nov. 26 (Speclal).-Pennsylvania's football players took their last practice this after noon on Franklin Field. Contrary to precedent, there was no secrecy about it. The men did not line up. but they were sent through a long signal and forma tion practice. There was undoubtedly much more "ginger" than when the men left here last Friday, for Atlantic City. They lined up fast, and the plays were run off smoothly and with an entire ao sence of fumbling. Donaldson and Snook were the only men no were not out. The former's shoulder is so injured ■ that he is through with the game for this season. j The vacant position was taken to-day by Brenton. and he did good work. He is strong, and will De even an improvement on ™ they have done at any time * hlB . «** Simost ot ilfSiltli men are confident thP J *" I ,A < lt „,, be expected WSSiSSSS? y ey C^e%K at any time this season- CORNELL DOUBTFUL OF THE RESULT. THE TEAM LEAVES ITHACA FOR PHILADEL PHIA-COACHES NOT OVERCONFIDENT. Ithaca. N. V.. Nov. 26.-The Cornell football sauad. composed of the regular players . sevr|Uc«i substitutes Reed. Starbuck. Davall and Griffith, coaches -Moau.ey. trainer, and Manager Norton and his assistants, left Ithaca at 11 o'clock to night for Philadelphia, where. 01. Thanksgiving Day the Ithaeana will line up against the uni versity of Pennsylvania eleven. The final practice on Percy Field to-day was de voted to signal work. For the first time since the Columbia game all of the regulars were in their *uits and took part In the work. The roaches are not overconfident of winning, as they fear the men have not had enough work since they playe- in New-York. Purcell. Hunt and Coffin are in poor condition, but they will undoubtedly play, at least for Dart of the game. The lineup was not given out but it will be practically the same as In the C^«endfTau^ S : f lefttecW Lueder: left guard. w '-' r V, r ;' •.:.,•.,, &nt: right >L^,.'- 'ri^ht^ ■" dL^ B [n^mftuartSb ?A£& : W*i ha'fbT.V Purcell «Sneperd: npbt halfback. Plnu to 7 Sat Cornell would win. but the prevailing odds were 10 to 6. _ YALE'S BIG RECEIPTS. THE SEASON'S EARNINGS FROM OAMK6 LIKELY TO REACH I7MK. New-Haven. Conn.. Nov. Yale's receipt* for the football ?-ason. It is announced, are likely to prove the largest ever taken In. From the big games with Harvard and Princeton about 130^00 S realized. Receipts from the minor games will bring the total up to about 170.4 M. NEXT YEAR'S OUTLOOK ENCOURAGING. New-Haven. Conn.. Nov. » (Speelal).-Tho out look for next year's football team, as published in "The Yale New» this morning. la encouraging. Only three of the men who played in the big games will* leave college by graduation, though two more will probably not return, Captain Gould and Swan. ends, will bo graduated, as will Kunzig. substitute tackle. Resides" 1 these men. Olcott. the guard will not play next year, and Hart, half back win not return. Francis. Fox. Ferguson Easton and Phelps. of the substitute list, will also bo graduated. This leaves, however; a splendid Set of eligible men. Of this years- eleven the fol lowing will be back: Goss and Hosan. tackles; Gli" Hamlin and Johnson, guards; Holt centre, D Pa. lie™ MetcaH and Walton. quarterback*: Cbadwlck. "WilhetaH and Owaley. Hal backs and McClintock. Weymnuth and Vanderpoel fulibark^ Bloomer, last year's great tackle, will also be able to play. N. y. I*. BTUDEXTS CELEBRATE. Th" students of the New-York University turne.l out generally ai University HelghU last night to celebrate the termination of the most successful fotball season the college ha? ever known. The Intense excitement caused by the dose game with Union College on Saturday, which resulted In a :-,-orf of l! to 11, was revived and manifested with yells and songs, the latest of which is to the tune of "They Were On Their Honeymoon." as follows: There's a college in New-York town That's the best for miles around. And especially in athletics Hasn't very great renown. For Captain Blunt 1 * all right. And his team la out of sight. They always make all other teams "Go "way back and Bi< down." Many old and young graduates were on hand and marched in the long parade up Jerome-aye. and through Fordham. returning to the scene of the big lire behind Gould Hall, where speeches were made by Captain Blunt. Coach Parke and the members of the team. . This closes the football season, the only other rame being the freshman-sophomere game, whicn is postponed until after the Thanksgiving holidays. The election of a captain for next year Is to take place soon, and the hon< r is apt to fall upon Harry Connelly '03. who has played on the 'varsity for two years having bven the captain of the De l.i Balle School team before he wont to college. J3lnnt will return to college for a post-graduate course, so the team loses only Cleverdon. the star halfback, and Weinberger, one of the ends. The line will remain intact. It now averages 19;. pounds, the three centre men averaging a» pounds. HARVARD STILL CELEBRATING. Cambridge. Nov. 28.— Harvard celebrated its recent football victory to-night. There was a large mass meeting at the Harvard Union, at which speeches" were made by President Eliot. Major Htartnson Colonel H^'owr-n. Captain Campb*" 5 tfae football team.^eid and t~*£>23}S?^ A f; ..r this there was a torchligh P™j ■*»•„' Vis Soldiers' Field- where an immense bonfire w.is lighted. . COLUMBIA'S LAST PRACTICE. Practice for the Columbia 'varsity eleven was again brisk yesterday, and Sanford had his men fined up against a strong scrub, that included Owen, of the '99 team; Larendon. of the Orange Athletic Club, and Brown. Hllihouse and Good £Ka% we.t to Van *££**«&£*& SUMS ftfWs^st^S?S» f Co,unTbirwou.d < Kit ?L cc tt a <p ri L,r I S at the Polo Grounds to-morrow. BERKELEY SCHOOL WITHDRAWS PROTEST. A special meeting was held yesterday by the New-York Interscholaslic Athletic Association for the purpose of taking action on the protest made by the Berkeley School against the Dwight School. The trouble arose from the football game between the schools last Friday. Berkeley declared that FOOTBALL. (Enropran EUROPEANS AND TRAVEL LERS will find the London office of The Tribune, 149 Fleet Street, a convenient place to leave their adA'ertisements and subscriptions tor The Tribune. LONDON SHOPS. THE Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Company, Ltd., 112, REGENT ST., LONDON, W. Choicest Stock in the Wond of DIAMONDS, PEARLS, RUBIES, SAPPHIRES, EMERALDS, OPALS, Sc, AT MERCHANTS 1 PRICES. Gcldsmittis & Silversmiths Company, Ltd., 112, REGENT ST., LONDON, VV. ENGLISH CORONATION NOTES _ _ _ i ___ i _ i % FOR LONDON* MANSION? AND HOUSES. Furnished or Unfurnished, In the neighborhood of Buckingham Palace and In other fashionable parts of Town. Apply- to Messrs. ROB'T W. MANN & SON, Auctioneers & Sur veyors. 12. Lower Grosvenor Place, (near Victoria Sta tlon). London, 3. TV.. England. Telephone 40 "West. foreign Resorts. 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Only two favorites, ICcGratfaiana Prinoe and Barouche, won. Scratches left only four starters in the sixth race, Alfred Var grave defeating Carbuncle, the li to 20 favorite, in hollow style. Track k<"'J. SUMMARIES: First race (purse $400; one mile and three-quarters) — McGrathlana Prince. 124 (Helder), 6 to 5, won. Roysterer, 117 (Donett) 0 to 1. second; Dick Furber, 143 tßutler). 10 tt> 1. third. Time. 3:ISH. Jim McGlbbon, Flaccus. Bettlo B. and Tankard also ran. Si ■■• :i race (purse $:;<>■>; six furlongs) — Geneseo. 104 (Cochran), 8 to 1. won: Flying Buttress, 107 (Shea), 7 to ~L second; Courtnay. 107 (Slack). 10 to 1. thirl. Time, 1:1»H. Equalize, BCMeader, Carroll P.. Rightaway, Goldaca. Cornwall. BrufT and Iyird Badge also ran. Third race (purse $3<X»; one mie nn.f forty yards) — Brisk, 99 (Reafern) 7 to 2. won: Charley Moore. 117 (Doggett). 8 to 5. second: Little Daisy. »'.% (Cochran). B to 1, third. Time. 1:50%. Warranted. Flara. Philma Paxton, Curtsey, Idle Ways and Punctual also ran. urn: race (purse $400: ?U furlonsrs)— Barouche, 102 r\v..' lerly) ;i to B. won: Honolulu. 103 (Cochran). 7 to 2. secnn.J; Andy Williams. 106 (Smith), 4 to 1. third 1 . Time. 1:10*. Colonel Bill. Trump. Slater Juliet. Wild Be?» and Quixa'la al?o ran. Fifth rare (purse 1300; seven furlongs) — George. H»> (ReOrern). 2" to 1, won: Death. 102 (Write). 6 to 1. second; Shoreham, 103 (Wonderly), 7 to 0. third. Time. 1:32 TenderlMn, Alpaca, Federalist Ordeal. BaKTilu. Miss Dart, Ka;if. Morokanta. Give and Take and Rough Rider K\f> ran. Sixth race (purse $400; one mile and a sixteenth) — Al rred Varicr;ive. 97 (Redfern). .1 to 1. won: Carbuncle. 11. ochran), 11 to '-'". second: Handioapper. »S (Creamer). .*. to 1, third. Time, 1:.'.2 H. Ben Battle also ran. ENTRIES AT WASHINGTON. Flrft race (nix and one-half furlongs) — Shorehara. 107: Mnnikanta 107: Ohnet I<K; Kitlif. 104; Prosit ICH; Le<» X dx 104; Baatlla, 104: "IV>ddy 104; lifter. 104; Scarlet lily 104: Alpaca. KM; 1v.r.l I'epper. 100; Oud»nard», 100; Himself. Uiu. Tour. 92: Lady of th« Valley. 02; Ra bunta 82 Srcond race (five am! one-half furlnnw>- Femejole. 1-": FontOluCa. 117: Waswift 115; BIJou, 116; Lux Canto. 114; Dewey. 114; Flora Pomona. 118; Anak. 112: Trump, Ill; Rosa of May. 110 Blanche Herman. HO: Hololulu. i"0: Tenaan 1"7; Prophetl . 106: Par Excellence. 1C«; Early Bye. 106; Flying r.uttre*«. 1".">: Red Damsel, 104; Swamp land*. 102: Man»trlf>n. !i*: Cocoa, 96. Third nice (mil- and Bftj yards) Tyrshena, 112; Mj-n h»er. 100; Uellesley, 107; Death. 104: Marothen, 104; Annie Thompson, 1"4, Lady Chorister. 00. Fourth race (seven furlong** — Pigeon Post. 12S; Lamp o' I>-e 128: The Puritan. 188; Andy Williams, 1O3: Ex tinguisher. I".V Bessie McCarthy. 102; Lady Oodfvs, 102; Little Arrow, M Fifth race (fix and one-half furlongs)— Lamp o' Lee. 120; Satire 129; BUott, 1""; Red PamFel. 100; Lady Qodiva. US Illuminate, 01; Last Knight. 91; Locket. SO: Clearfleld, B5; May J.. 65. Sixth race fmlli «nd one hundred yards) — Curtsey, 100; Althea. PS: Marnthen, 90; Annie Thompson. 00; Cheriehed. ?o. Plan 90 Klngstelle % ."'. Guesswork. 96. Seventh race (five furlongs) — Sir Ellerslle. 12.1; Lady Teazle. 102. THANKSGIVING Is .tm American Institution. Why not use .111 honest American Champagne, made by the Pleasani Valley Wine Co., the oldest company in the U. S .? The H. R. K. Yellow Label, dry, is the highest prade. Price $14.00 qts., $16.00 pts., less than half t!ie pi ice of the imported. Worses nn& Carnages. I* a 3 Lj ij WATCH FOBS, BLACK or BROWN Pigskin with Gold or Silver Plated Buckle and Monogram, 2 or 3 Letters, $5.00 CAN BE SENT BY MAIL. §Viark Cross Co. 253 BROADWAY, N. Y. (Opposite City Hall.) 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This famous hotel has long been a wjn. mrjai f XA'^^ViL^l.u'^i. favored stopping place for American vis- tt«ra»ii «im. J «£ w ■•tfl bmustu is. M itors. Most central position for the West nota^.m* ) .._„ hwi iEre»pniK. -vm aiIA End and all the chief places of interest. ctuHc"a»m \\ m ™ " rEL miL utitt ■ I'M GORDOKT JBIOM.--tiiJLigl IjlMlT^©^ European Trains de Luxe and Palace Hotels. FROM LONDON. FIRST CLASS HOTELS. Mediterranean Express to Nice. Mont* Cairo I Ghexireli Palace. Carlo, etc ' Shepheards" Hotel. Rome Express to . Genoa. Rome, and Monte Carlo .. Riviera Palace. Naples. Nic « Riviera Palao*. Accommodation mnmt be reserve* In advance for trains anil hotel* at International aleeplnic Car Co., 14. CocU»pnr Street. London. 3. Place He l'Operu. Parla. LONDON HOTELS. SAVOY HOTEL, LONDON HOTEL DE LUXE OF THE WORLD. The rooms are bright, fresh and airy, and delightfully quiet. Bathroom to every Suite. SAVOY "RESTAURANT. The most famous Restaurant in Europe. The Orchestra plays during Dinner and the Opera Supper. /^LARIDGES HOTEL, The Centre of Fashionable London "The Last Word" of- SModern Hotel Luxury. Charming suites with private entrance, bathroom, etc.! Over 300 rooms. Nearly 100 bathrooms. A magnificent Royal Suite. CARLTON HOTEL, LONDON. The perfection of Modern Hotels, with the finest location In London. The World wide reputation of Mr. C. Ritz. of the Hotel Ritz, Paris, who is Manager, and of M. Ksonffier who Is acknowledged to be the most expert of European Cfaers, and has charge of the Carlton Cuisine, assures perfection In each Department. THE LAN6HAM HOTEL, LONDON. 1 srlvallnl Situation In Portland Place. At Top of Regent St. W. Convenient for the Bent Shops, Theatres. Etc. Every riodern Comfort and Convenience. Moderate Tariff. HOTELS IN ENGLAND. HOTELS IN THE BRITISH ISLES LONDON MIDLAND GRAND HOTEL LIVERPOOL .... ADELPHI HOTEL LEEDS QUEEN'S HOTEL * ' MIDLAND HOTEL MORECAMBE BAY . 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MIDLAND RAILWAY OP ENGLAND. The most interesting an.f picturesque route itom No"" to South through the centre of England. EXPRESS TRAINS LIVERPOOL (Central) to LONL-OX and PRIN CIPAL TOWN* Also LIVERPOOL (Exchange> to »cot hM THBOCGH TICKETT3 to LONDON. PARIS and all parti NEWEST TYPE of Rolling; Stock on Expr«M Trains BAGGAGE CHECKED through front hotel resi dence or pier In New York to any part of London. Obtain guides, time tables, maps. &c. at the MIDLAND COM PANY'S AGENCY Oieasr*. The*. Cook * Son). Ml and 1.185 Broadway. New York. TRANCE AND BELGIUM. Hotel Chatham, GRAND HOTEL de I'ATHENEE, H BUI SCRIBE, OPPOSITE THE GRAND OPERA. The Modern Hotel of Paris. A. ABMBRUSTXB, Manager. Hotel dc Lille ct d'Albion, Paris, 223 Rue St. Honor?, the finest part of Part*. Near Tuillerles Gardens. Place Vendoroe & New Opera. Ist class Moderate terms. All home comforts. Free light and service Large Hall. Ladles* drawing room. Res taurant Dining room. Lunch & Table d'hote dinner at separate tables. P«*t«ct sanitation. Electric light through out Lift Baths. Telephone. Bedroom with steam heat If desired. HSNRI BADIE. Proprietor. rißlS.— D"ACTRirnS lorant Yon;). XI, fin* d°lUntrnl!e * Cue dn r«iff»-EfnriM. Sbmullt rff.xninfiiJfii to »>nfrkn«s. Every modrrn comfort. French * Vifaneit r,irtki.ir. »an"nh A. Burs!. Pilsner I!p«r. lift. Kooms with fin: brtalfast, inrl. li:Ut aad servift— i*r .lay. nnimqri O LE GRAND HOTEL UnUOwLil-O Grill Room. American Bar. ITALY AND SOUTH OF FRANCE Monte Carlo, Hotel Metropole. Close to the Casino. Overlooking Public Garden*. Rome, Italy. Grand Hotel. The most beautiful and comfortable Hotel in Italy. Electric light throughout. American elevators. Charming Suites with bathrooms attached. Underthe same Direction as THE SAVOY HOTEL, LONDON. manager j of "fld. Hotel National," A. Pfyffen' Lnceroe - /orriqrt Rr sorts. ITALY AND SOUTH OF FRANCE. Rome, Italy. Cd Hotel Quirinal HiVhl) rcpat'd »nd Mkarik EW-flm Hotd in the hei!tsle»t md Cant part of Rome. Electric luh: is eTery rtnm BMntifu: bard's rail %:ith. Cna4 iUil. Sew tad met fir ir.t sioitirf arruur«mrEt<. HIGH CLASS FRENCH RESTAURANT. STEAM HEAT THROUGHOUT. CAP I iARtI N~ HOTEL Reopens about 55 Tft II 1 5th .November. Hi iL I U II C • Those who Intend making a stay on th« Riviera thli winter will find every modern comfort at this Hotel. Patronized by the best families^ — situation is unrivalled, standing alone on the coast amons- Pine Woods In Its own rounds and within easy access of Monte Carlo and th« tali.in Riviera. Address MANAGER CAP MARTIN HOTEL. Mentone. MENTONE. Tlie GS-i-£t23LcaL Hotel. Beautiful lofty sunny rooms. Certified sanitary fittings. Lovely gardens quite sheltered from cold winds. I. H. BLILICK, Proprietor, also of Hotel Baumgarten, fhun. Monte Carlo GRAND HOTEL, 10. Ist class house, 250 rooms with baths. Smoking lounge & verandahs. 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I Pa in Italy. I til 111* A. Painti, Has a Frontage of 300 Feet on j Manager. the firanii Canal. ' HOTELS IN GERMANY. Frankfurter Hof, Frankfurt A/ Main. FOUR SEASONS HOTEL Munich Cd Hotel de Rome, BERLIN. HOTEL BELLEVUE, DRESDEN. Distinguished House of old reputation. Uoiqa. position. R- Ronnefeld, Gen. Hanager^ AUSTRIA AND SWITZERLAND HOTEL BRISTOL Vienna .»—- INNSBRUCK-HOTEL TYROL. COLD SUNNY WINTER RESORT. , fr( ,_ tost and »ne:tereif from a** Dtt «}??}'■ .^J™. "id A£omu>«nded by medical auttoorlH««. All »ort» or , h"~,"h "~," bil;i , conc.rta. mta. ££**£' £&£?£*!? as&BK. Hot- TlMk 9 Gran! CanaL Splendid View. Electric light. Two ' . . ' •_*. Steam Heat. Railway T!ck«M.