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Says He Paid Them $250,000 on
< m* to Avert Exjmure.
Chicago. April ST.- P"ter Van vitestaEen. klwm
confession imm winter that he had forged mort-
Saites to the ex'*r.t of J1.000.W caused a great sen
utlcn ir> O-.icam. mrb-pe he Ka<l »**n known for
twenty years ai= a ieadtag tchi *>s«tftte man. ex
pJ'xi^i a lwmfe*h*U in the bankruptcy court -'.ere
to-^Jav ■rhen l.c Fiai«-.l t!-.at his confession a few
months «?.. v as nntf«!ate<i by four yoars by » con :
r«wfon made pHrmtely to two wealthy < hicago
m*-n wh<-« hew $400,406 of his uparioua paper.
Var; Vlissinjv n's » n*«Kton and hie conviction on
t plea of Buflty last winter all occurred within
fnenty-f<»ur liour?. He «a« troupht back to Chi
c»ko from i-rison to-day t,. tf-stify before Frank
L. WVan. refrree in bankruptcy, who is ■• mpUne
to ascertain thf> valid as.-^-ts of the prisoner. Van
Vllsririg^n declared that in l^M he was compelled to
conf«=« t- Mauri.-e Roaenfeld. at that time a
C'rector oC «he defunct Chlcaso National Hank.
and Dusisaarii RoaenbeTß a r^al estate dealer, that
the Tnortpas held by thf-m and ■ ail: :at J400.000
had lieen forped.
"They discovered some irrPßularitios in the paper
In that year." ?aid the witness, "and mm to ray
oflice for a conf.-r^nc«-. 1 admitted the forgerieF ani
' 'I r.r.". £o Ixfon- th»- SiateS Attorn. .-. tell him
ju*t srbsi I have related to you sentl»-men about
Cbese wholesale forgi-ries. plead guilty and £•> to
prison like a man."
** - w <■ want our money." they said.
•■ 1 rant pet it.' ; told them, 'but 1 must dupe
others as I have duped you men."
■\v had another conference *** after." con
tinu<-<i Hm mUmum "Finally 1 proposed to settle
with them. I promised to i-ay them from ■•" to
fj.OXi a week. Altogether I paid them approxi
mately £s(U<«t.
•■ -We don't want to loaon how you get th*
money.' they told me at ««n- conference, held in
December. Hst.
"I told Rosenfeld at least twenty-fire times and
RaaMSßfcecs half as often." vaid Van Vlissingen.
•lhat I could reimburse them only throuph illegal
business operations.*'
Van Vllssinßen said he transferred life insurance
jolicles aggregating HS,<MO to Rose&feld. delivering
them to hfan. and further state.l that sir.cc turning
them «vr to Rosenfeld he paid the premiums on
the policies.
•'RoFe:ifeld and Rosenberg, particularly the for
mer."' the witn*--- slated, "kept crowding me ! ' : "
money until 1 f^ai<-<5 the Etrain srouM kill n»e.
Finally I warned RosenfeSd that if he didn't cease
1 ■ a ill! become so nervous that I could not dupli
•■ate more noi?s Bud that 1 Ibsa couldn't make
money to }>ay him.
"I said 1 feart-d the end was near, that I didn't
intend to go to prison, and— well, he knew u!mt I
Hrre the witness we; t. but when the referee sug
gested that tne hearing be adjourned Van Vlis
singen protested. "I want to K et through. 1 can
etanc strain. Go on." Recess was taken, how
Maurice RosenfeU is a well known capitalist and
real estate dealer, with offices at No. in Lji Salle
*tre«rt. He has be«-n , ngaged In the real estate busi
ness a ddoawa since IST. He was a director of
the Chicago National Hank and the Home Savings
Bank two of the John H. vralsta institutions which
failed boom years ago. He was vice-president of
the United Hebrew Charities and a director of the
Chicago R«-!i.-f and Aid Society. In ISM he served a
term as county commissioner and is ■ prominent
member or the Standard Cluh.
Bernhard Rosenberg ttkesi has been prominent
In the real estate business and in Jewish society
circles for many years.
Ros-nberg and Ro^nfeld have engaged an attor
ney and refuse to discuss the testimony. All in
quiries they referred to their counsel. t^asias;
Term* Which Both Sides Will Prob
ably Sign Thursday.
Scranton. Perm.. April =7.-The tri-district conven
tion of thr anthracite mine workers, which will
ratify to-morrow the- _..-•■■ ■ tween the men
and the operators, wWch it is espec.ed will be
Bijrneu in Philadelphia on Thursday, met bere this
aJV-rnoon. organized and adjourned lAitil to-morrow
morninp. when the committee of seven will lay
the apretmeiit before the delegates.
The only point that lias not been definitely cleared
up is President lewis's attitude with regard to
sipr.ins an screem.-iu that does no: officially rec
ocr.ize the unkn. Whether be will s.isn the report
as plain T 1. Lfwfe. or wbether he will l^t the
district presidents alone affix their signatures, he
■will r.o*. say.
The terms of the proposed agreement have not
Ken made public, but It is known that they ar
futsiiintially as fellows:
Ilenewa! at the o!j agreement for another term
° nVw v. -': to 1^ p-t^ tat ct the same rate as old
work under the strike commission* award-*-
The risht of men to ' to th<« < ..nci..ation
Board in ca=e they are- discharged with or without
■^Co7THßen<V»nx the union to i><-«t notices and <-ol
lect dues nt the coHierieß
Oivini the niei! the- r:=ht to talte up grievances
•*it nii;v f.ffi' :a!s ix f ore appejtlins to the Con
riliation IJojrd.
rrovl<l:n:r for Uio !s«ui<iK of uniform pay state
m^itf- to t*-e men.
Some of th«w terms are already in force In a
majority of ti.* collieriei. it is practically a»s'.:r*-d
thtt this ac-r-enicnt trill be signed by both sides on
Thursday, ms-uiin^ Industrial i>ea<.-e in the atuhra
«lte m Bl region f«r an.ither three years.
[a »n r.ddr«^s to the delegates to-day President
Lewis said that the executive boards which i.a''
tlie responslWlltfes <>f den.ins with th* operators
kaew probably bcttei than the delegates the weak
nesses of the -union, and that tiie representatives
<.f Use men h*d obtained the best proposition pos
sible under the circumstance*. The tenlis were not
all they liop«-d for. ami th" re>:;K>ns!hility for what
they <Jid n<>\ get. bm said. < - <iuld lie placed <in those
nen who had railed to become memters •f the
unior or permitted their tnembersbip to lappe.
Justice Trr.a*. of the Supreme Court, issued yes
terday an Interlocutory dorrre cf divorce to Dr.
Reynold \Vehb Wiloox. <.f No. 679 Madifon avo..
from his wife, Mrs. Frances M. Wilcox. Will
lam M. BeaborT waa maOe ref.ree of tlie suit m
January last. «n>l reported to trie cot;rt in favor of
the plaintiff. The pswrs In the case are sealed.
Horse' Show I Racing I Billiards I Indoor Games
Judges Reverse Decision at Opening
of Brooklyn Show.
Those who were present last night at the opening
of tb , horse show of the Brooklyn Riding and Driv
ing riub were forced to idmit that Manhattan has
not a. monopoly on fine horses or fair horsewomen.
The first harness cla*s of the evei Ing brought Into
the ring lUsa Emily Bedford with her enampion
chestnut mare Hildred an.l William H. Moore
beauuful bay mare Lady Beaton. These two were
singled out from the remainder of the entries and
sent around the ring together. Hildred showed re
markably well, but !>ady Seaton did not Btaj down
in the Jinal showing, and the lodges picked Hildred
to wear the Mue ribbon.
liiklred-s triumph, however, was ahori lived, for
m >ias:- S. when the horses were shown before a
phaeton. Lady Seaton turned the tables and car
ried rerything before her. She has wonderful ac
tion, and In the hands of Mrs. Blaisdell It was Im
possible to beat her. Hildred showed none of her
customary «Bap In this class, and it was not a sur
prise wnen cbe was picked ti wear the red rosette.
with Mr. Moore's mare flaunting the blue. Mrs.
I'aul Borg'a Manhattan and Dignity took the third
and rourih prizes, tile former In the hands ol his"
owner and tbe latter driven by Mrs. Belle Beaca
Bmile Antony brought out ■ wonderfully perfect
piece of horseflesh in tbe maiden saddle class It
was the little bay mare Charlton. owned by William
p Howe. She beat Mrs. Charles F. Hubbs'a big
chestnut mare Fantasy and John T. Spratley's
popular White Oak Maid
Mrs. J. E. Davls's baj mm Vesta Tllley has
been a consistent winner this \ear, an.l in the
women's saddle class she added another blue '" her
string. She wa s shown by Mrs. John Gerken. S.
Taber Wlllett's Indian Flower carried off second
honors, and Mrs. 1.. A. I>. PercivaTs chestnut
thoroughbred, ltockln. which proved »uch a elevei
j winner at Atlantic City, had to be content with a
*In Class ?i>. for mess ho -■. William tieurse
Foster's beautiful bay mare Sporting Duchess was
a:i easy winner. She made a splendid showing li
the ring* defeatins Miss Emily Bedford's Snapshot.
which took a second, and Mrs. Charles F. Hubbs s
Oakdale. which wore the yellow oui of th< ring.
The awards follow:
.■; s «s 37 m-.aiJen saddle class; for Chalmers Dal« Cup;
ir.are* or <r«-ld!nes. „v-r M.-Sbanda: eujP '« Z r^l i- iVsi
by the wine o«:.er lv>f,re It become* his PW«rt^ ' "* l -
Mrs. rharles K. Hnbbss eh.ni. raiaa^y. ridden > by JamM
HMisen eecond. James a. Farrrfl'a eh. m. -Alda r ™™-
Hnbba'e th. p. <">M Ught, ridden by Hu K h UYElwam
Harness horses, over 15 and not • : - Un« ,^ "^
fir« rrUr. *50. second prt»e. *-<•• thin ,rl «• 5^
Wll lan H U real i
Ea^gr: fourth. i>a U i A. Sorg'» b. «•
IChuZ X> (harness horsee. not exceeding 15 1 hand.;
BntTri» cup)— First William r.e.rge Koftera X m.
ISoffi: uSrSTfilr^ Charles F. .Hubte'. br. g. Oak
<ia!c :ourth. Jamea A Karreirs .-h. m. AHi.
,-ia« v^ gnMm n I l« claaal first r .rize. »•'": sf.-..n ; l

c Am
in Fantaa; J«" »a
sireurer third John f. s;rai • i '■ Oak
MaM • fiurth. .<- Taber WHletts eh. in. In.lian Flower.
Claw 8 ihsrness hones; to be «l!O«n to a woman »
nhfteton- conformation, quality and action rejjuirea; w.im
en w drive; Itrst prto $30: ***** PH». l»: l*>ir%^^
s?o,_First. Willlan H. Moor.', b. m. I-ady Peaton.
driven by lirs Hialsir!!: second. Miss EmUy IVifor.! s
eh m Hlldred: third. Paul A. Sorg'« X «. Manhatum:
fr.jrth. Paul A. SonjTa b. g. Dignity, driven by Mn
15<i'e I>ach Ilaln.
rin«s l"0 ij^ry Fa Idle rlass; n,a-» or s<"'.dir.g. not ex
crrdinz 14 hands: Oral prUe. KB: aecond yr.z* S.o;
third prize. $.')-F!rst. Eleli Farm rh p. Defender,
ridden by Harvey L*..ew. second. Georce rhlp.-hase s rti.
m Vanity ridden b| James Swelger: third. Mis IJelle
Hearh Rain's b. g. Jack Touiien; fourth. U Hastings
Arnolds eh. r. Koslyn.
(-'ass 12 (tandems- arbeeler to te over J4.2 inda nr»t
prise CM Mcood pHae. $20: third prt* JK'i— First.
William II Moore'a b. m. Iji-Iy (lav ar, i b. m. Whitehall
Ariel; second. I'aul A. SorK> b. m. Vanity Fair »nJ b
m. ■se.
Clays M (aaddlc boreea I.'. 2 hands and over: women to
rifle- nr«t prize. $.v>; secor.d prire. $2«»: third priie. $loi—
First. Mrs j K. Daris's b. m. Vesta Tllley. rid Icn by
Mra John O«rkra; acctmd. S. Taber %v:l>if» eh. m.
Indian Flower; third. Mrs 1. A I> I'erdval - I eh. B-
Rwkin; fourth. H. 1.. rratfs br. m Duchess.
rrize. J2.": third prize, fini — First. William H. Moore's
br »r. I.r.nslale: ae«>ijd, John T Sptatley's eh. it- Knrrey;
third. George Vl'atsao'a b. c RoyaJ Blood; fourth. Will
iam H. MoeWa b ft. Dimmed.
Rule Adopted to Prevent Violation
of Speed Law*.
Pursuant to tie recommei latfons made by the
Manufacturers' Contest Association at h meetiiiß
on April 6, Rule 3. governing the changes of parts
on "rit«-stinc cars In the New York t<> Seattle nuto
mobile contest hr.s b<-t-n changed to read as follows:
Ther* will be no observers on tbe cars. The tech
td.'-ai committee <>f the Automobile Club Of America
will stamp the cars before departure as folloWB:
Tl;e -. le members of the fnm,'. front and r»;ir
utl's. engine l.a«e i>.rd cylinders, transmission cr>.P<'
and Meerin^ s'-ar. Th'- winning car must bear Hie
stamps on arrival at Seattle. All other pnrts ear.
b<- changed at will.
Any contestant havlnu to replace any of the
above parts can continue in the cont?st, and on ar
rival at Seattle will ho awarded » certificate of
performance. tUt not Ik- ogible for the prizes.
in ..r.5.-r that there may he no <-.-tu^e f<n- criticism
«_>: i account of undue speeding, and In order that
the contestants may be kept under control and at
the Fame time «'t adequqate rest while t '.•■ drivers
ari- still soft. ttK following resolution hue l.e-h
Pursuant to Kule 1. regarding checking station*
and Rul* 7. which ..." with t!:e regulation of
the contest, it .-.•■•■ announced: Contesting
cars will be controlled el ween New York :m<i fit.
Ixiuis, and =lx 12-hour control .-itatioiis will b<?
established :.: Ye following points, viz.: Pough
k>€pßi*\ Syracuse. liuffalo, Toledo. ClilcaKO and
St I>3uiP. * Thr- transcontinental reoord made by
tiie winning car will be credited with the ■ iree
d»vs cxmrunied by tl . control neriode.
A I ■hedule. wlil^h li;ts due repaid for th s s?e«»il
laws <:i" t!ie various states, has |..><mi laid out. ami
no contestant will be allowed to check out of the
iiiplit control points before the advertised time.
Any o:: which p.rrlve* at a control i».lnt late will
pot be. allowed to leave until the control period of
twelve hours has psed.
Albany. April 27.— The Meadow Itrook Bteepli
chase Association, which will induct r hunt club
meeting a] the Vnt'e-i Hunta track, opposite Hel
mont Park, on Saturday, certified to the Secretaty
of S:nte to-day that It had been granted a license
for the propose.' meeting hy the 3'ate Racins; Com
Beats Cohklin in Final Game for
Billiard Cham, ; onship.
Highest Be»t
«<m. LoM. Run. Ave™f£
H. A. Wrhrht * « «» IS IS_I«
r. F. (onklln 5 I 75 1« l«-?«
C. JacfcMi 2 - £g 10 20-38
ftr. M £. r L r3iiai:::::::".::r 3iiai:::::::".:: - ■ " 14 >8 23
Dr. 1.. I Miul 0 * '* '
H. A. Wright: of San Francisco, won tbe amateur
billiard championship tournament, at tbe u
kranz; last night, by defeating C. F-ConkHn
of Chicago. 400 to 317. This gives Wright a . clean
record of four victories «nd no defeats. There i, a
triple tie for -second, third and fo urth pr Uej be^
tween Conklln. Jackson and ««»r^.^
won two and lost two games. ;Wrf«ht .won the
K rand averag- prize, with a mark of 14 46- H
Wright settled down and flnlsned out his strtnß
b«rt MlUarda of the "- » He s
S^ns'^si^r: ss
a comparatively easy draw shot.
The score follows
IS •> 3 ft :i '■'-' "■ " , i- r, Hiub run, r.T
';. 14 Total. «*■ v •'••«- 1' '; V- , § 'I' I. B.
, . < ..... .-<ro won the afternoon
game by a score or 4 ■ row fl , urt een «f
vidual Hven.ee „f the tournej MM -'
„, vial played one -r his studloua games. nur«
ln^' B p"ndldy fo, lnnl» B of rour. rort> Bye
ihe lialN OUt «>f liUIK. JacK-o.i > n'ft
lix.y. forty-three and forty-two. Mtal'a average
was 13 S-23.
Tlie score follow?:
„ , i n ••.; ii 2 2. :«. <»>. ». 0. 27. <». 23.
•>,/ aa o ks n. ""I% .'Ja. ?i'. «* -a -» :t T " utl - 4< " A¥ " B * e
16*16-24. Hl«hnin6o .. „ ... (t n. 0. , fi 20. 4i
lilgl)' nin. « __.
Wins Half -Mile liace in Pretty
Finish at Indoor Game*.
The feature last night in the games promoted by
Compaq F of the 2M Hegim.nt was th€ half-mile
run handicap. Irving B. McDowell, who had a
start of ten yard*, ran a stirring race and won tn
the good tlnw of 1:581-5. A lap or so from hotn
he »■». twenty yards behind Phtl Lorz. who had a
handicap of r£ yards. When the -'■'•■ rang for the
last lap McDowell went for Lor*, and. gaining at
every stride, pot up In time to win l>y » couple 01
yards. The BummaTiefl follow:
Severn , .tandleapi -W ;■ . "*<*"
GrVawn. imid: Corporal H. P. •»■•':«. .""^
tme-mlle bieyrla rin'r (handicap) — W<m !» "'■«■" »■
BuckTncham ..V. van!..: Private .T rj, (SS , ar; .. --conl .
,. o , nnra . jj p o»1»ll (SO yanl«i. third Tlm^. _.^- l ».
EUhtlhun-lrcdnn^-^lcht^ V«r.l walk ;'•"•■,.■.,„; . \..,
by Private B. Mor.n (scratch): Trtvat* D. <.re««.n .!<M
yird»" <-orporal F. X. Flood t«W y»rJ«.. thirj.
"S'rn-^l^vr rar- (flfty yard. »n1 r*tu™»-Wnn l.v
lVlvatr M M. Dwn; l*rtv«t« J. Peaman. Mooad: 1 rlxntr
t;aiV.n«r. thlr.J. So tlni» t*k«n , - „ .,. -
■<aloni« ra.»- (M rard* «r..l rrturni \Un by Prlv»t# B.
j/.Trnkins: .orporal B. P. (Well, frooni: Prtvat. n«r<ln»r.
third No tlm<* taken
On*-ml!» rolay rmc*— Won bj a teas c«tnr«wl "f
Gnuon FTo«d Uon Odell »n1 i^.n;-!n: -.»-nnJ l*«m com
p<wrd of WTat< Conlln. <;ar<!n«r. "-"'' an.l humn^r .
thIM te»m eomiMWPd 'MM Dunn J. Bchaeffer. Ma
r.ry N!:ni* and Sruith. Tlmo. 8:30.
Capablanca Wins Hi* Second Vic
tory in Big Che** Match.
The fifth Rame of rh»> chess match between Frank
J Marshall and J. R. Cmpabhuica was played «'
the M»nhaftan <"hes* Club yesterday afternoon and
evening, and aff-r fifty-two moves Capablanca
■cored I la »e< ond victory .
Marshall adopted the Queen'a Gambit, which ' at
adversarj- declined to accept. The game went
alonfr on ■omewhat similar llnex to the third of th»
series, but later both players adopted different tao
tl<-«s. Unite keeping the atta< kwi in hand for ■
time without, owev< making :iu:<-h ; eaalon
upon Black's position. Eventually. aftei twenty
one moves, Capablanca pressed •■'■■ attn< k. and
Marshall, lacking tiir.e. made a mistake which < % <>*t
a piece and eventually the game.
The (>core no > cadi Capablanca, 2: Marshall,
0; drnwn. 3.
g^attle. April 27.— The Alaska Yukon-Pacific !•:*
position has offered a prize of $l." ( .««»'i to Frank Goteh
and leorge Hackenßchmldt if they will meet.for
the n-restling chumplonshlp of t,..- world. Sixty
P<t cent of the gate receipts, guarant 1 not b< l<-ss
than 85.000. and a half Interesi In tlie picture rishts
and travelling and training expense?;, nr.r tisrd as
the bait to blind the eyes of the wrestlers to the
0 ({ ( rol J2-'.,((i«i fnisn Australia whl is Paid to have
b*»on made.
Thomas B. Jeffery * Co., agenta for the Rambler
automobile In this city, luis fallen Into the spirit
of carnival we*k, and decorated the Rambler
Building, it N". 38 West •- • »tr«-et. Inside Hnd out.
Tt will be <'r>rn house along Automobile K"w t<i
day, hp.l i-lsltora ran count on w»-e!n« n full llik
of Rambler cara. Including a sevei passenger 45
horaepower touring car, % clone coupled 16 horse
power runabout, :• i><3 touring cars with various
type? of bodies riinKlns In price from H.IM to $2..Vn.
The l*coration« are npple green and white, fea .
tooned in apple blossoms, oleta and lilies.
Gallops Home in Steeplechase Like
a Good Horse. ,
[By Telegraph to The Tribune.] |
Baltimore. April 27.— Some five thousand persons j
tried to satisfy them«elv«a that they were having i
■a koo(". time to-dny at the Pimlico track, but their
looks and actions belled them hef.ire the third race
was run, as a cold, Weak wind made a day in the
open air anything but enjoyable. The racing Itself ,
was Interesting, but winners were hard to flnd. and j
few words of regrei were heard when the red board i
went up for the last race.
Prince Hampton, a cast-off from the Duryea |
ptahle. running In the name and colors of J. W . |
Colt, won the Klkridse steeplechase for hunters i
like a good horse. Lynch rated him along In third ,
place most of the way. but comlna. to the lasi '
Jump gave the horse his head, and Prince Hamp- :
ton galloped to the front and won cleverly by a I
■cant length. Young Blltzen. the rank outsider,
which made most of the running, beat Tellfare. the j
favorite, four lengths for the place. Tommy Wad- .
dell, the onetime pride of Mike Clancy's stable. ,
made hia appearance ns h jumper, but came to ;
grief early In the ra< c.
A good looking two-year-old named Dull Care. ;
Kaid to be the best youngstei in Augusi Belmont'a |
barn, waa a hot tip ror the first race, bul finished
far back In the ruck. The colt ran greenly and
suffered from some Interference, so it Is still too
early to pass judgment. The Monk, a well turned I
black colt by Fatherless, owned by Billy Garth. |
showed his heela to the Held and won driving by |
three parts of a length from Our Hannah.
Sea Wolf, on the strength of a fast workout,
was a lukewarm favorite for the second race, at
one mile, but be finished a dismal last. Belle of
Jessamine closed with a ruah In the Btretch mil
won driving by half a length from Lally.
\V. T. K> ait's Effendi. the fhu>h) looking son of
Previous Hatasoo. made a show of his Held In the
Xifth race. il>- was heavily backed from 2to 1 to
7 to 5. and never gave bis followera a moment's
uneasiness. i
riill.l' SUMMARIES.
M ea'.i.^i clttir. rrack fa--<t-
FIRST RACE. For two year-olda. non lnn«ra c-f wore
■!.,i two rar.-s S3UO added. Four and a hair nil
loii«s. .Start KOod. W-»n drlvlns;. Time '■>•-.
I:,:,-! blh r . by Falherlru Kllia Ruii-ell. owu.-i.
\\ Uttaaa Garth.
Horse Wt. Btari Str. Finish. Jockey, betting.
The Monk l« 8 1" l\ Mclntyre... U-2
ii.ii ■ liur.nuli . 101 ■» l'» 2* >" •■••• ,*
Inspection I"-J •-• 3 3» GoMateln. . 15
H^j.or.»cful 102 <J T' 41,4 l , ■..-..... «
T!.- King . . IMI 1 ■'■ : - "' JJ- 1 ' 1 V,
Kranh Pureell . 106 S '•' '■• I'- r»«i ... 10
Dullcare 105 •» •' "' IHtgau ..-•• -
Rowhaniptoii , lUi » B • »' i^nic '■'
FearnauKhlli . l<>.'. i- i- » llarty ... .'-
Kyral ..... lirj 7- »'* lo Jjeverlch.... :>: >
The Prophet l'>l' 1" II 11 Hnyn«-» .. }■•
lireuFaradr 11... 103 1 1 10 l- •allahan . . -^
BECONP RACE Selling; for thr*e-y«ir-old» «,nd _UP
w«nl: $.'•"' »■! '•■ ' One "• "-"' K"<xl _won
Jruinr , lm« !*2 ii.!.. ■, bi m.. by Si i.»-or«e
_oue?n of I.mrs Owner Mrs. H. W Walden.
' ' •"•losing
Boneandaga Wi Starts Finl.h. Jockey. bettln«
li or Jessamine 6 ■" 4 *• I '- Qnldsteln .. IJ-s
I.«ih. :..: 100 1 '■ r -"» » ! Wlla«in . .
Wilton Lacsaye 5 lit 3 B'i 8» Mclntyre.., 3
Olive Ely. 8...... ■•- <l T 4' '<■■ ' ■ 10
Aniri." •.. :»: : 'H 5< ("reevey .... -'{
Hmvrr. .1 1"1 .t ■'<'» «' <:«>nt 1-
Font :« . ••• m s -" "** Haynea . ■*
Pta. Wolf. .'. m •, s •. Williams.':". 5 2
TIIIHI' RACE.- Sflllr.it: for f.-ur u«r <•!■!» an-1 upward;
|4ii<> a.Meil. Six furloriK* Tim*. 1:14. Winner br.
in. bj Galore Conjectrlx. Owner, 41 r«. H. W . \\a!
Horrc «nJ age. Wt. Start. Ftr Finl«h. Jockey, betting.
r.ir.«!i>i»nt •■ I<V. 2 212 1 I 1I 1 Oolrt»tein... 4
B..t»n-t. « 1««3 3 1H -"■ V. W1180n... ■
Neoskaletta. ■ IOC i »' SH Mrlntyre... «
I>oll> Sfnnkrr. A. 106 fl 4'i 4-i Crrevey . «
Rarto* II n i"T B « •"■' l»u»t<»n •■
« ir:iani*ntatl .n. 4. 100 7 : 1 ■•■> Hlncbllffe... *0
Critic « 1"T m B : : Hartj 4
Jnhn ■ irner, a... l'»T i <> »»» Hums •
<Jr«»n I»ai# 4. . . 110 1" 1° » Orana .. 4"
Don Ilnmlltrn. 8.. 107 12 IS l'» Crowley . 80
Laura A. fl •■"> II II II K-.m:«- .... 4-|
Star Kmblra. 4 . H>2 4 B> 12 Davla JO
f..r hunt»r» a\- y»»m nI.J anl onward; *.»> sdded.
About twr. rr.ll'n Btari (r^«) Won rlererly. ,Tlm«.
134 Winner, b. r, by >an.lrlnifhani- lViruthy Ilamr I
t'.n owner. 11. B. I>ur>en
I! •«. »nil bb» "' ■ Start. Ptr Fln!%h. Jockey, bfttlnc
Prln." Hampton. a 14fl 2 3" 1\ I.yn.h •'■ -'
Toune Bllten 5.. 1.'.l 4 I' V Sullivan.... •Si
T^llfur-. a |M •« 2' S»»« Savi.c- 11 B
Tr.urn»v n .... 141 1 4 4 William*.... 2
Timmy Wa.M.ll. a IM Fen. I"": 7
Recruit.' ■ I *' I fl Refuned. J. Tucker... 12
FIFTH RACES.— For niai'l^n* ihrre y»ar» <»M and ii[>
ward; $4"o ■ Ida . six ' .-•>■.• Won
r^»ll>-. Tlw. 1:14 Winner, l>r. c. by Prerlous—
Unto*'** imwr. W. T. Ryan.
' ' «'r- -
H«rM an.l ag» Wt Btari Sir. Finish Jockey, bettln*.
Effendl •> inn 1 I 1I 1 I* Doyle 1-3
Crordon 4 ■ . io7 2 C* -• Hartv ■
Aunt .in!" .1 <•' * 4" s'4 rrowley ... IS
WIM Willow, 3... W 4 -<i 4' t*| ton 13
riarqu* 3 1W " 7 .".' Jln%n»« . . IC
Endyralon, a if« . « * Berg* a — 12
Mrloripcin. 3 .1 In « •'•" " I>u««n 1"
Xanry Lynch. 8.. 05 I" '1 i. Deverlch.... ."!■!
H»|.hie. ."i m a « « iMd .... I<»
HuthJ.v 4 100 11 10 10 Krau«- . 2^
Pally heti 4... I«l 12 It 11 Pnvlii M
11 of Phoenix, 4.. HB IS IS 12 Kennedy.... 4o
Trnn.ltlnn. r. 107 S Bled OoMstrln... 8
PIXTH HAcn.— For thr" year «M« nn«l U|>wartl. roii
wlnnera rrf thr«-» ra. ••■?•; >•'•»' .■!•'■!••■! On* mil* and
forty yards. Stnrt K'i.-I Won eauliy Time. l-4.">.
Wlrin*r. l> <r . ty Waterbury— Thuanclla. Owner,
Kelso Stal»le.
llnr^" nn-'. Ip- Wt. ?iart. Ft. Finish. Jockey, betting
Ilont.lp Kr|«,,. S.. -■• 1 4> 1« fpton .7 2
llurloek 3 B7 2 S» -." l>-arh Vr.
tiuii Helm .1 s-2 ■• •' •'<' Brady X
Klnc Pol 1 II H 1- 4« tMi .iI: . 8
Oeorreft Hall. 5.. 112 4 3 k B' Oowley B
Ph Galahad 1 . til ( s 7 fl« '.■-'••
nixie Gold. 4 10*1 : ■• 7 Harty 3't
si i NTii RA«'K Pellini:; f'>r four year <■!<!■ otnl ui>
t ,ari!: .«4<V> nl.lctl S!x fisrlonpti Start X".i.l Won
ilrtvlna Tin •■ 1:15. Winner. l>. m.. by I >lKifiii!«---
Heartburn. (>«:.. r. .1 W. <-„:».
II rM '.Vi Stnrt. Ptr. Finish. Jockey. 1..-;t!nn
Salvolatlle !"■'■ : •-' ■ l>i I^r,™ s
Halifai I-" - '•'■' '-' Hlnohllfr*.. •<
.ifnni.. Wells.:; . i<«> s 1 1 •'" |„,. -h 40
Klmple M'li. \im. . ii ; 7 ■• 1 1 4' i,.m*r .a
•l.ai ...' Langden: UKI ■'« h ■•'■'■2 Prowler 'i :
•E«cutch«on M 7 ." « 6> Mclnt>re... IS
!-i.lv Knrma li>.'. 7 '.■ 7"i Wllaan .*ii
.tohn •.-,-• I<>7 4 7 S I.iebert . SO
nvf 1"7 |3 1" '1 Hart: 10
Raelnette I<>" IS 12 li» T. Hurna 4<>
Andalu»la 105 10 B 11 WeI D ley . r..»
Hmoiior ... 110 0 11 IS Chandler.... l."
Wm K'7 ii is 1a \ 1..- . n..
Del, Ptrome l'»» 1- 14 14 Deverich.... r..«
Raquel 105 11 IT. ir. !>i: R nn 5
•R. F. Watklna entry.
Newmarket, April 17.- Harry Payne Whitney's
ijuf-u of Hearta gelding won v Belling race al live
furlonga here today. t»u( ' 'i" am ■ •■' n< i ■ Over
llgllt wa* unplaced In n stake for two-year-olds.
won l.y A alnn< he 11.
August Belmonl i Rurgman vaa unplaced In a big
Held "i* maiden Iwo-year-olds.
PRST RA^E— Selllnx; for m»M two year-olds, Four
Bu»j .. - •Ktoblng ..... 103
mil! kit 107|rompton liv_>
•7.3'-nt'.-«t!i(i in.".|«Hp«rkllnK wmi- lift
•Fauntl^i • ■ 11»T.|«.-*>inl.-,-.|..n i ii
f.r- .- Hr •■•.'. lA4l*Mls«ourl ri'-lli? ...... ■ 9
Tool Milton . km
BEC»IND RAH * Illi - for three-ycar-oldi ami up
w«r<l. On* m!lr.
. OiM 107" Hurt Inir . ..... 102
, Oll#» l«>7:in<iliiii Hunter ISO
! Ft. loMph lO"lKuiit«i-hloß ... . 117
! Vhlf. Tnp 1"' '■ '•!«■•!.• M 03
j *K»miiton I<i2l*Qu»ntlcn . i..1
Th*' Wreattor li>2 tMindei fir.
•'>mpaJ«rner to2|Pourt I.nrtv Pa
•i.Ti ■ f i.-. ig ton i' - -• I 1 "2
For ttieo yrnr old I mii upwaiil. Six furlnnga,
I> Mm..! . .... ir.n'An,i,,lf..U . Wit
Nltl^ll* ll* IS: JMnn« <JH
' r.lve \\lr<» llSlTanley !.r.
' Piii'TFtltl.^n I^!ra;;Hhlrn ST,
i Royal Onyx '' •"•■
I r«>«I!TH ItAi-R-VATAI'SOi STKKKn,i:ni.\S;: : f,.1
i foil' >^«r .-•;-.: upwHii). y t two mlle«
i rtilvtlfxlala . . ■ is3inran«ra ... i:.a
I Kam llW|*!lr \V'»*trr .., Ml!
j Oanctlug . 1531'
! FIFTH KAfK- I" 1 " thru your old». One njilr.
I PorotallKn .ii" \. I . |H7
| Indian Hunlrr 1" '■'.» Klvrr H>T
: jmn'lT 11i>li||;i Top I, -.
! n V. KM .... lrM'iranln ■ • :,
! Focomoke I1«i
! FIXTH RArE-Fnr thre<- >«»r olds an.! upward, On*
mllo an^l *!xty jrartli.
■ Tu«-K>r Ifcllnnmi Ffnton ins
! Pin* nn<l NVd>« . l2S|rt«tMm«n 1".">
j Q.i^.tl Mark 121|Rwcton . 07
■ BBVENTM RACE Etottlnc: fi-r two yrnr-olda. Four fur
; culrp'r ll«lMh»« 0"Toole 14
I.™* 'IVatrh*'!! HiliU.urcita lvi
, Mystery MM ) »e«ilra „ 104
Pn«»t SlmpMctty liU'*Mnn Anil 102
fotton Mali I«4|*MI«» tjnrim 101
Mlm naffnfllo .104t*Phoncrla in)
•Apr >r * >r " " < ' allo«aBea. _
In the annual sprlnic track enmes at New York
' University yesterday the seniors won the class
' championship with a points. The freshmen were
i second. wltli 2s ints, and the sophomores third.
\ with 17 points. The law school finished fourth, with
U yulnts, while the juniors scored 7 points.
(Old Stewart Building). Stote Opens at 8:15 and Closes at 6P. M.
ADressGoods Display
That is Characteristic of Wanamaker's
The Dress Goods Store enlarges its boundaries this morning
takes the Main Aisle within its limits, and presses all the windows
of the Broadway front into its service as outposts. All this room is
needed for the superb display of new Woolen and Cotton Dress
Materials, that is admirably, absorbingly presented. The exhibit
will rivet the attention of every woman wba v. ishes the "last word"
in the fabric fashions of the season.
Only a store that sends its people right into the thick of things,
and secures these beautiful blossoms oi the loom where they grow,
can compass such a showing. It is part of the policy of this reju
venated Dress Goods Store to have a fast flowing current of the
best goods as soon as they come from their source.
A special showing is made on the Main Aisle of the particularly
desirable SATIN-FACED FABRICS, in luxurious qualities, and a
full range of colors. •
Among them are —
43-in. French Satin Directoire Cloth. 47-in. Silk-warp Satin Serge,
S3 Yd. 53 Yd
In a superb, high finish, in tussor. helio- /^ material especially suitable for smart
trope, peacock blue, rose, smoke, catawba. ' two _pj ece tailored suits with long coats,
gray, mulberry, cornflower blue. In tussor grayt nay blue, taupe and
43-in. French Satin Directoire Cloth. smoke
High finish, a beautiful silk-and wool i 47-inch French Silk-and-wool
fabric, in old rose, peacock, tussor. olive, j „ t « , n , v^r^
lilac, gray, navy blue, smoke and corn- Bengaline, $2.50 a Yard
flower blue. A wonderfully attractive fabric for after
39-in. French Satin Directoire Cloth. noon and evening gowns In new shades
at $1.50 Yd. • o{ ma i ze> tussor. prurelle, gray. pink.
In navy blue, tussor. three shades of i b cornflower blue, peacock, navy and
gray, smoke, taupe, catawba, pink, light | Dron^ *-
blue and peacock blue. i l! g ht b ue
Also the following special offerings J And these fine lots of Summer Cot
of this season's woolen materials at tons:
reduced prices : $2 Cream Striped Serge at $1.50
$1 50 Cream Striped Serges at $1 a Yd. Another group of the favorite cream
t , i co . m - -Mtv, serge, with effective hainine stripes of
JZ&SZZttSgZ »4 or gray ' 50 ißChes w ' d *' a ""
distinctly stylish. ! wooL '.-,,,. oc v A
r _ , * rft VJ i Applique Swiss Muslins. 25c a Yard
$2 Cream Bedford Cord at $1.50 a Yd. j %^^ in spite of the name . fine<
The popular Bedford cords, in the j sheer quality> w i t h applied designs in
equally popular cream ground, with , all . over bordered cr flounce effects on
gray, brown and black stripes; 52 ; whhe and tinted groun .
inches wide. Warp Eoliennes> 33c a Y ard
Mercerized English Voiles at 25c a Yd. A charming group of silk-and-cot-
A crisp, pretty Summer fabric, with ton fabrics, for soft clinging gowns
the silky finish that comes from mer- for afternoon and evening wear in
cerizing the yarn ; a variety of striped Summer. Lustrous in quality, and in
and checked designs in many color- : a variety of plain colorings,
ings. Main Aisle, Old Bldg.
Of course, the chief showing of Woolen and Cotton Materials will be
found in the Dress Goods Salon and the Fabric Concourse, on the First floor.
Among the Cottcns the beautiful Swiss Muslins are worthy of particular
The Vogue of LACE COATS
The coats that most women seem to want, to wear over their pretty
afternoon and evening dresses, are the coats of black or white Renaissance
lace and applique net. The smart and practical coats of black taffeta and
bengaline are a clcse second in popularity.
We brought from abroad a great number of beautiful Lace and Silk
Coats, in almost as many designs as there are garments, forming a rich and
very beautiful collection. American manufacturers have contributed rr.ar.y
handsome and less expensive styles.
Among them are some stylish 36-inch Coats of black taffeta, richly
embroidered, at $12.50; Long Coats of black taffeta, with collar of bengaline
silk, at $12.75; and extremely stylish Coats of rich black net, handsomely
appliqued and taffeta-lined, at $22.50.
Other Styles of Silk Coats are $11.75 to $125. Imported Black Lace
Coats, at $25 to $85. Unlined White Lace Coats — especially effective when
worn over lingerie dresses. $15 to $35; and White Braid and Lace Coats, in
various lengths, at $28 to $175.
Second floor. Old Building.
John Wanamaker
Broadway. Fourth avenue. Eighth to Tenth street
Art Exhibition* and Sale*.
f/S In the
Fifth Avenue Art Galleries
#ln the
Fifth Avenue Art Galleries
B??si^ 546 Fiflh Aye i 45th St.]
Wi3^ > rir. James P. Silo, Auctioneer.
\\ 11. 1. ?FI.T.
Rare Old THE SPLENDID Armcr.
Persian COLLECTION OF Meta ]
and Art Objects J**
Potteries. BY THE HONORABLE Collection of
Magnificent r»«ji r^ Oriental
Textiles Sidky Bey Rugs
and f formrrh Peeretarj <>f the imperial <>t:<i- 1 an(*
. % man Embaasi n> Washington «nd H.-tmx- _
Embroideries. [consul General <-f Turkey nt n>w Tork-J Lsrpets.
1 Krtmold, 'Cellist, Tells Police, Who
Arrest Alleged Robber.
In the arrest of ■ man who saiil lie was George
Kennel, twenty-two yeara <>1-!. a plumber, ■>:' N'i>.
■ :; East ;•:■■: street, ibe police at the l-I»».-jt SSth
«<tr»>Pt station believe thai they hnve the <>:n- re
sponsible tot Ihe numerous robberies In that pro
ilnrt or iitte »n«1 for the attempt lo rob H.ina Kro
n oid. ':•'■ ■l"-i. of No. US", Lexington nvt-nue, on
I Mon<lay mornlnp.
Kronold told the j»»ii •«• thai in' waa at work «•!> n
musical composition In his bedroom. on th. sreond
floc-r of th l<exlnjjton avenue house, us Into n* 2
o'clock on Monday morning While he ant :>t his
cle»k, he declares, he saw an enormous band
prosru.l ;iL.:!:iit the wall <>( the adjoining room,
wlieVe ho keeps many valuable Instruments. Al
thoueh lit- payi It 'torn not the famous Black
Hand, still, its «>xtta Blze :"': "' •' than mriii* -.:p '"•
its lack of sliaUtng. and for an insf.int ba was un
.,... i.ie.i"
His courage Boon returned, however, and h<»
leaped from his Mat, Intent upon capturinx the
| JOP i«r the i
I Pension: Kuuiu A: Full iioartl Frui
e« A« sMs2 ®s&fs \ B£QUIRIMO HO CAR/HAOE THE
f&giS&gr^^ XJtT m j OPPOSITE i—
Pension: kooui * Full liuurd h'rom *»i. IJ. llubcrlamJ, Proprietor.
Art Exhibitions and Sales.
ovferrown digit?. The owner of 'he well «eT«toped
fist suddenly bethought himself of a prior eRK.i*?
ment. nnd went away from there, tarrying tl'*t I *
fingers nnd all with him. He landed in the t>* c '*
yard, .tr<) iroxa there "MarathonM" over the bat*
yard wall. When Mr. Kronold roturn.M to his r<»rj
he found that lirs valuable Vlltauine *€•«£*»»' «W«*
fee parted with J.V*"> twenty years aspx bad b<?( " !
removed from a closet, preparatory to appropriat
ing v: .
Uennel. t\h--> was arrested I.lst week i:i the ne'*ll
h.,iho..,l. is bHi^vci to b« the leader of a gan S t!i»t
I,'aa been ..p. ratlin oxtrralverjr. Hla plctur* adorn?
Ihc Rogues" Gallery, according to the police, wt
say hr has a lons record.
Hammond. In*. April SI -To quench the ar*«
of the auto wor.-hcr. whos.> favorite stretch is W
umet avenue. « nel.l telephone will be *B****
midway of M>« thoroughfare, which will be workea
by ati offle?r, who will sen.l information to tw
furthest Mi 1 oa the approach of a riolator "f "»'
«pee,l ordtaaaee Here will be established ■ wml r
K un with ft three-Inch nozzle an.l 10> pounds pre-s
ure to ,i,,. i,,. h It la «laim*d the stream *V
lift ■ oliaurreur out of his machine without in.lJc:
lnic al lllli injury.

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