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Hockey S> Billiards & Golf *& Other Sports
Goes Down Before St Nick in
Extra Period Hockey Game.
Frazer-Campbcll Scores Win?
ning Goal Mter a Lively and
Bitter Struggle.
The champion Crescent Athletic Club
seven got a bad start In the Amateur
llock.-y League series by losing to the St.
Nicholas Skating Club by a score of S goals
to 2 at the St. Nicholas Rink last night.
The gam? wns unusually fast nnil so keenly
tont.--.tecl that an extrn period was neces?
sary to settle the combat
A large crowd filled all available space
by the time the teams took the Ice, ?and it
was not Ion* before those present realized
that a real g,-?me was on. It was such a
rontrst as Is sometimes seen after the ese?
H ?has we ? advanced, but rarely at this
early stac.?. Both Fid? s fought hard
throughout, first one team and then the
other carrying the puck Into opponent's
With Krnser-<\"in?pboll at right wing. W.
IVMow.-s M ?ri-an. Jr.. ut rover and A\'%-h
hi?- - N :as has a trio hard
to duplicate. Morgan, who when a stud?-nt
Harvard, g few seasons ago, was r?>
garded us one of the most promising of the
? golfers, btda fair to become
?i more brilliant on the 1-e. His clever
?Til n.vtirate shots at the n<-t were
? beet fern at the local rink in a
long ? Wiit-hl'urne. the former Colum
1 player, eras the most reliable kind of
a g his work comparing favorably
? th the redoubtable Mil!??, who guarded the
Creecenl i
The i n in lively fashion, and In
1? ?\ tnlnutes of play St. Nicholas
?arr^d the iui?l>?r to the champion team's
I ? Tl > Crut count came after 2 minutes
. -i.'s. when Stanley, the local
? a p?-?'il f"r Ft, "Vich?la?. It
? >?. \v
It? - .'?< th*? lr<- of the t?r?ok
lyu - for ? time thereafter
fast, likewise a trill.? rough
'le the next few mlnutea w? re l,..rren so
I was concerned, yet the puck
I In the vh Intty of the
Ht Hal ;t not been for eev
shburne, there would
have i>? en u ? tory to te,i Whefl
In.1.is team boean
Ulfiton, the fast centre,
? in th?- ralddl? "f tin- rink, unas
? the time being ?*> C
to th? ' ? 1 of the first
? ?ile.l in ?aping the
pock, sit ' rpati barely missed on
?i?n< Frnser-? ampbell was pen
I two mlnutse for fouling Shirref in
| tie si?!?"* wall toward the
If Th? sturdy Dufresne then
? ? 0 Of se,,line for the
?. but the alert "Washburne
ej oiled th.
From the fa? e-off to start the second
Kraser-i'nrnpbell worked the puck
- ? the opposing cage an 1 a goal
tain, i?'?t mils bio -kni
beautifully Campbell then mad* -
effotts tr> score for th?
and. although ho had g?>o?l < I
lably went wide After a
rea mlttutes of play
:i fc.rfd the seeond goal
ilas I!.- ?lid the trick In rait
retrying the puck unassisted fr.,m t,ie cen
Tlie ?ame ??layer I
- ? -.-aln. b'lt WHS
A'\. r 1 ' -i t**?o
from a
o<rtnimaKe In f -Ming goal,
. :?; ft Dui ? "then
t ? . A the cany "hen
' '
t ? ? il
I ?
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.; ? .
? lunni ?
Ttkvo Amateur Milliard
Vlayers Are Suspended
Magnus and D__nkleman
Incur Displeasure of the
National Association.
Two of the amateur billiard players, Leon
Magnus and John Iiankleman. who have
been representing New York In the Inter?
city three-cushion billiard league, were sus?
pended yesterday by the "registration com?
mute of the National Association of Ama?
teur Billiard Players. Charges of profes?
sionalism against both were lodged on the
ground that their record was not In accord?
ance with the long standing rule of the
national association defining an amateur.
Both were informed that tbey would be
barred from further competition !n tourna?
ments under the jurisdiction cf the associ?
ation pending the final action ns to the pro?
tests mnde against their amateur status.
Forms of application for the removal of the
suspensions were sent to Magnus and I>an
kleman, who may be reinstated upon refuta?
tion of the charges.
The committee reviewed charges made
against a number of other players, but did
not record any other suspensions. They
were not properly presented, and conse?
quently the suspensions were held In abey?
Considerable opposition has developed
among the roomkeepers of this city as 10
the enforcement of amateur control and
protection by th?? national association.
Maurice I?aly. r.eorge Slosson and John
Doyle haw come out openly against It.
Accordln??; to one <?f the roomkeepers, a
meeting w uild be held within a few days
at which a series of tournaments would b?
launche?l without any sanction or supervis?
ion of the national association. It Is their
inti-ntlon to prove that the amateurs did
not wish? the control and supervision of
the national nssoclntlon, an<l that that
organization was usurping powers for?
eign to Its sphere in the sport. On the
other hand, officers of the national associ?
ation declared and proved their contention
by showing letters from many cities In the
country that Its work of relieving billiards
of the. taint of professionalism was duly
appreciated. They ?nld that there was no
contest for the control of amateur billiards
and that all who wish to play In the room
keepers' tournaments were welcome to do
so. except that before they were eligible to
again play In a national association t-ourna
ment It would lie necessary for them to be
It was said that William TT. Klenke. the
preeldenl of the national association, would
Issue an open letter within a few days as
to what the organliatlon Is seeking to ac?
complish and that the position of the na?
tional association In the sport will be made
clear at the annual meeting, which will be
held on the night ??f Monday, January 15, at
th?; I.lederkranz Club.
Captures 100-Yard Swim Aft
Hard Struggle.
Richard B Prlselle, the former West'
champion, now of tlie City Athletic Cl
opened the ir?i2 swimming season by
feaUng a strong flel.l In the 1f--ynrd met
poiitnn ehamplonahlp in the pool of i
N>w York Athletic Club last nig
FYiaoIle Captured the race by one yard a
a half from Nicholas Nericb, ihe mid?
distance champion, and James H. Hell
the one-mile national ouldoor champ??
both of the New York Athletic Club.
Kellly wnn a yard In the wake of 1
elnhmate. Tl IS victor completed the d
tace "? ' n.ls. which was n eplcn?
performance In the slow pool.
Th*? race was hard fought from the stai
er'l gun. Prlselle using great discret!
rind showing up well in taking the tun
Vor the first fifty yards ?Prlselle, Nerich a
Rellly were atcsraast, bul th? Bret nam
soon gained a slight lead. Which he 1
creased when he used his crawl atroh?
good advantage in the last length of tl
The s-immarles follov. :
uni-.-,.! ..... iMetropolitar a *. !" chai
I ionehli . Wort bj Rl< hard K Kii/? lie, Cllj?
?. 1 Nl ' >'s? %'? ?: h, ttOO TorS A ? , fri-nn
Jain?? II ?.?.Illy, N.?v York A. ?*., third Tim
?i r,??
i,V) xn-i .??itn thaadloapi Woa h?
\ ' ' '.!. an ends); M Bmll
? C i2a ????*??_), aacon_; .1 T M.oii.
Vent Side Y II. C A (13 ??rond?), third Tun
1 7.7 I ."?
l'an, y ,:lvlnK-YVon bv K Bchrena, Cltv A. <"
with b?7?*>-il jmlnts; \ McAleenan, jr. N<
a ?', 1??T 1-rt points, ?eeond; l-'rfink Mu
?? v.-i. i. .- . ?n i : ; ointe, ?hlr.l.
Henri Pt. Yves, the French distance rui
ner. easily defeated Alfred Raines, th
local professional. In a return match at ??
miles at the Metropolitan Roller Blnk lai
Raines became ill at tlie end of th
eighth mile, which allowed Pt. Yves to in
crease an enrlv lead t?> nine lap
?1 the line in Bl:lg Rain? j, aiihou-l
In great distress, succeeed.il in tlnlshini
the distance. Pt. Yv?-? seined a lap Ol
Bain? s at the end of the sixth mile.
Hartford. Conn., Ian t Beveral change
in the constitution of the Connecticut Btat
,11 League wer? made at ? meetlm
of a committee here to-day selected fo
that i urpo ?
Hereafter the word atate will be omitte?
ami the league ?rill be known as the con
? i League l", u h club i- t<
the paying of player?' salaries and othei
? a club h- for? ?'?1 to th?
Tl a salary limit IS Set It I
? h f"r foip ? ? rs.
Members Believe Shipping Association
Violate" Sherman Law.
Mil?- ' Western I
it ion one "f th?
? ? ?ti the
led by
' It was In
vu?? law
' ?
?r? of Mil? l'a I,
" ?
worklni .
? and stat?.
bv 'i _ i
Gets Better of Johnny Marto in
Slow Ten-Round Bout.
?Tack f'oodman, the West Side welter?
weight, litd a little the better of Johnny
Marto in a ten-round bout at the Xatlonal
Sporting Huh of America last night. Tt
was a poor contest to watch. ?Joodman re?
turned to the arena after a prolonged rest,
an?! while he retainer! much of hls'old clev?
erness his stamina seemed to be gone. He
was unable to tight at ?lose range with the
Italian lad, and when the latter closed in
Ooodtnan clinched and hel.l on for dear
Goodman had several pounds the hetter
of the Weight but Mart?, ?lid all the forc?
ing, and It was th? consensus of opinion
tii.it had it not been ror hi? willingness
Hiero would have been no 'ficht at all. At
long rang?, (ioodnian was easily the hetter,
and ns Marto rushed 111 to close quarters
Jack used his fancy footwork to good ad
vstiago and, staving his man off with a
fist left jab to the face, beat a rapid re?
treat abOUi the ring.
When cornered Qoodman lashed out with
his right hand and then dove Into a clinch
and hung on until Haley, the referee, pried
him loose. Marto took his medicine and
swung with both haruls In the effort t<> land
a finishing wallop, but Qoodman ducked
pr.-tlly or, swaying back, made the Italian
<;..oilman was careful In the first round
and after landing g few Jabs ran away or
. liiicheil. Marto forced the pace und won
tli?- honors on his aggressiveness.
In tin- second period, however. It was the
old Jack Qoodman who toed the mark.
i'?-1 and clever, he met the rurmes of his
rugged oppf.n.-nt with bis fast left hand
lead, and by making the Italian miss shook
him up with a right hand cross to th?- Jaw
Prom then ??n until the fifth he boxed
Marto into kinks, and did nb?iut as h?"
pleased with him. Th?- latter, however, was
always willing to force the pace, and (rood
man winced and h? Id on under the gruelllnx
punishment which Marto forced into hi*
Mart" took a brace In the seventh and
eighth rounds, and fought like a tiger. He
made (?oodman hop nroun?! th<- ring while
he landed hard punches In the pit of the
stomach. A l?-ft on the solar plexus and a
right on th?- jaw weakened him In the
eighth round. an?l Goodman bioked to be In
for a drubbing. H?- called his ring gener?
alship to his aid, however, and kept out of
In the final round Ooodman returned to
his r]i'v?-r work and maintained an udvant
ipg to the end
In the tir.-t Athletic Bowling Lcnguo se.
ries ?i the week last nicht the Elisabeth
Club team won Ihl odd came on the alleys
.,f the Columbia Club in Hoboken, ?Both
sides i sased the MO mark In the tlrst game,
Elisabeth winning by 21 pins, despite
Tlie licores wen- as fol
Hchuit-.? .'.'?i IBs a? n w.si . pu im 1*0
. ,- 17-. )-?? .'"? N"lt- . . . 14S IM 191
-J l"i IM Whe.-lwr't IM 11'-'? 103
it 906 172 ' lausi .. l'l" IM 171
i?.'.i 141 9M v W? I i:-'? is:t IM
902 -:?? 99A Totals .. fft s:-.' ??.?,
?-a ? -
M.-Mled anywhere in the United States
for $2.50 a year. _
Economy?2247 Merchants use
Maxwells in 173 different lines
of business.
Durability?91 per cent of the
Max we] is registered in New York
?even year.s ago, are registered
again this year.
Reliability ? There are 51,000
Maxwell owners; 16,000 are phy
sicians who must have a depend?
able car.
Sec the 1912 Maxwells at the
Automobile Show in Madison
Square (?arden.
Government Disapointed at Evi?
dence of Armour Manager.
His Testimony Will Be Compared
with His Statements Made
Before Grand Jury.
Chicago. Jan. 4.? Counsel for th* gove.n
m?-nt were disappointed at the testimony
to-day of William P. Mil*?, formerly man?
ager for the Armour Parking Companv, of
Kansas city. In the trial of the ten Chicago
??ackers charged with criminal viola?
tion of the Hherman law, as It was expected
that he would reveal Important secrets of
the alleged combination.
It was reported to-day that counsel for
the government would make a careful com?
parison of Mlles's testimony with the state?
ments he made !>efore the grnnd jury, and
that If any Important discrepancies are dis?
covered the pr??secutlon may ask Judge
< ?arpi nter to art In the matter.
By-products yield 97 per cent of the
profita in the packing business, according
lo figures given by Mr. Miles on the stand.
He g?ve the Armour Packing Company's
net profits for lltl as $202,875 IS In the
dresser! beef department, based on the
slaughter of 2O4.S20 animals.
An ?nalysls of these figures showed that
the company ma?lo but three cents profit on
dressed meat of each steer killed, while
the fit of ?ach animal yielded a profit of 42
cents Th?? profit on hides was 37 cents
a head and IS cents profit was obtained
from the ?lue manufactured from the hoofs.
The pmtlt from the fat was fourteen tlm<*s
thai yleldeil by the dressed meat, and the
profit from the hides was nearly as much.
The money made from glue In the hoofs
was sit times as much as that made from
the sale of the fresh meat, according to Mr.
The witness gave a summary of the net
profits M the Armour Packing Company for
1 -.fll?, divided as follows: < ?leomargarlne and
other oils. $84,27.'. 21 : dressed beef, $6,
HSSg; hides, I7MI171; glue, |S?S,fttl 38.
Total, I202.K75 1R.
Mr. S'he.-an. special counsel, spent several
hours In an effort to compel iho witness to
admit that these Apures wer?? obtained by
bookkeopjnc methods devised by the pa?*k
ers, but was unsuccessful.
The witness was even more deliberate In
answering questions than he was on the
previ.?us day. He weighed eacn question
with gr?at care and spoke slowly In making
his answers.
Mr. Miles reiterated his ?le. laratlon that
the sole object of the old packers' pool was
to contrai shipments, with a view of pre?
venting the glutting of the market with
fresh meat. He added that the use of uni?
form tent cost was absolutely necessary.
Arthur Colby, director and n?s|stunt sec?
retary of the National Pa.-kin?- Company,
will h*t called as the government's fourth
witness when court reconvenes to-morrow.
Accused of Extortion by Wife of
a Rich Merchant.
The trial of ?;e?,vge KlnK. ? private ?1e
tectlve, charged with the extortion of $."?.W>
from Mrs. Kay Tyson, wife of Robert II.
Tyson, a rich merchant, liegan yesterday
before Justice Davit and a Jury In the
Criminal Branch of th?- Supreme Court
Emory R. Puckner. Assistant District At?
torn?-;,, read a stenographic record of a
tel? phone conversation between King and
Mrs. Tyson regarding a demand for money
by King for smothering evidence a.?rain.it
Mrs. Tvson whll?. she was at Atlantic ?City
with Henry White, her lawyer.
Kinc: was employed bjf White to secure
divorce evidence for Mrs Herbert Hnrk
helmer, whose husband is I theatrical
agent. The detective became offend, -d at
Whits on account of an unpaid bill for
services, and nfter felling Horkhelmer that
,d lie,.h shadowing hint he Induced
Horkhelmer to Introduce him, through Mrs.
Horkhelmer, to Mrs. Tyson.
Aft.-r the Introduction King called up
Mrs. Tyson, at the Prince i leorge Hotel, In
2Mb street, on April g, 1906, and told hot
over the telephone, It Is charged, that he
had evidence against her In her affair with
White, but if she would give live 11,008 Mils
to Mr Horkhelmer to hand to him h?>
would keep thr?"? witnesses and his own
evidentre ?>ut of the divorce case that had
been ?brought by her husband.
Horkh.-lrner said he gave the bills, in an
envelope, to King in the lobby of Bam?
burger <v Co., bankers, No, iaa Broadway,
on April 8, 1906. Just as King was opening
tin- envelope Detective Pltssimmons, who
had tapped the telephone wire an?!
listened to King's conversation with Mrs
Tyson and Horkhelmer regarding the
transaction, stepped up and arrested him.
King threw the money ?m the floor, but
Horkhelmer Identified the marked hills yep
?, il,,-, in ?"in t.
McAneny and Prendergast Ad?
dress Business Men.
At the request of James O Cannon. Henrv
P. DavlSOn, Victor Mora wet/.. H. -Fulton
Cutting, ?larence If. Kelscy, Henry Mor
genthuu and Krank I.. Folk ?i large num?
ber of in.-n weil known In the Rnandal and
business world gathered at the Waldorf
last nlghl to hear ?Borough President Mc?
Aneny and Controller ?Prendergast talk on
scientific management In city affairs and
why the taa rate Increases.
Among thos?- present were Irving T. Push,
Robert W. de Porost, K A. d> Lima, John
It. Ininlap. Amos K Kno. BtuyvesaM Klsh.
Robert Ooelet, B. J. Qreenhut, William l).
<ii till,-. John Havs Hammond, Jo oph W
Harrlman, il. It. Ickelhetmer, WHIard v.
King, Darwin P Kingsley, Adolph I., ui
?Ohn, L P. I/or,-.-. William ?1 McA< o
Edgar L Marat?n, Bradley Martin, |r.,
'bailes i>. Norton, Hoheit Olyphant,
Oeorge \v. ?Psrklna H?snry Phipps, s ,
Rsa, Daniel Q. lt.id, Isaac N. Beltgman,
Albeit Shaw, Henry Smith. Jam.s Speyer,
Proderlck K. Bturgis ami P. W. Woolworth.
Henry Morgenthau ?started the discussion
by asking tb<- question, "Why do tasse In
??'"' Ills own answer was that it ?ras
th? new era in Ideas of civic duty that bad
st.irt.-d a m-w social programme, an?! he
said the gain thai had bssn mads must not
i.? lost if N? w Voik e/era ?made the ??du
cational, amusement and manufacturing
rentre ??r th.? country, sai.i Mr. M ?rgenthau,
tin- Income would Increase with the burden
of ???st f'?r a population increase of I'ruin
1,069,060 to 1.666.666 Milla
Borough President M< Aneny offered three
tessons for the Ihcroasc In issro The first
one was thai lb.? present administrai-,u,
came Into office with n erystsllsed mass
,,f n,ooo subordinates protected by the civil
.-, i \i,. He said thai the heal results ci uld
not be obtained from ?'?' ?? *' 'vl ? eta
ployeS. His s.-. on.I reii-?'ii was the ||m|t
i?iseed on salaries for dty employes, while
private corporations could paj i r.i man
what he was worth The thlid re-ason was
that private rapllal could emploj the con
tractor it thought could do the w??ik best,
while Hi. elt) was ?impelled bj law to
tak.- the low?-! bidder un?? i > ? could
be m. de oui against hl? thai would
in th? courts
(m. of ? outil.il? r l'i ?nderg? it's i.is
,.., -,,;,, ,.? ,,. ?,, j a ? ontlnual d< mi rid
foi high? i ' "' ' " i'1"-' ?. ???'?'?
thai ?? hi i. i.i" i I AM I '.? sal
?actes mandat? n ?.??M."" " 'rom Albanj
? on,p. lied the high? ? i,i,v "'' i*v* i
Instance the t?-.. ?' "' 1'1"- which he
? l,.i i? i. il/, | as th- ..-' o??i? h.m ? I,HI thai
?had . vi i j.?. h pa:. "i "? ' ' l uun in
I ork.
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In Rule 7.
7. The t'me for receiving answers wlil nave no ?feet
upon the awarding of prizes, with this ex?-e.,tlon. Ail
answers must h-> delivered at the CONTEST POPART
MENT of THE TRIBONE, or bear postmark of malins; ot
not lhtor than midnight. Saturday. Mae h 9, 17.1
8. Prises will be awarded to the contestar?a. In order,
according to the ntimlier of rirrert answers seat In to th?
entlro series of book Illustrations?
First Prlre?Ftearn? Touring Car. to the contestan?
?ending In the largest number ,,f correct answers.
Second Prize- W'ilte Automobile, to the contestant
sending In the second largest number, and so on until all
the pitres have boon awarded.
In the event of a tl" between two ?-_> or more per?
sons, the contestant sending In ?he largest number ot
correct answers with (be smallest nunih?r of duplicate
answers (not coupons) will be declared th* winner. Wher?
two (2) or ni'.'? contestants submit the same number of
correct _nsi??>rs and an equal number of duplicate answer-,
the ono using ?hu least number of coupons will be de?
clared the winner.
l'or example; "A" and "B" are two (2i contestant?
?nd send In the following number of correct an*wer_
duplicate answers and coupons:
Correct Au?. Duplicit? Ans. Coupons used.
A . 130 18? 241
B. 130 188 2*0
"A" wins the pr.ie because, although he used on? (1>
moro coupon ?han "B." he r?r.t In '?n'y 18'! duplicata
answers to "B.'s" 188. or 2 less, and displayed gr-ater skill.
In case two (2) or more persons lunml? t'n?- ?.mi? num?
ber of correct anawera and the same number of d'ipttcat?
answers for tli" entire series of pictures, together with
the same number of coupons, ?he value of the pris? a?
tied for will be divided equally among thus?! t'.cing.
0. A Board of Three (3) Judge? will be selected by
The Tribune from disinterested cltlaier.s. who will tait
charge of th?; answers and i.v? ird the priz.-s strlc-tly la
BC'-rd.ince with the correct ?.'onstru-tlon of the titles Illus?
trated and as given In The Tritium- s Huokreader?' Contest
10 Where a set of answers Is securely fastened t?_
eether, the contestant will be permt;??-d to ?tj;-ip with
rubber stamp ot abbreviate his or her name udod th?
?pare allotted for same, and omit the full name and
address from the majority of coupons, provided that ?uc_
full name and full address are plainly writt n upon th?
last six .?71) coupona of the set, where space for ?am? will
be provided In due course.
In sending In the answers at th? clnse of the contest
It Is Important that contestants ?eal all pa? kage? con?
taining sets of answer? and see to It that postage theraoa
Is fully prepaid at th? rate of two cents (2 enti) aa
ounce or fraction thereof Tell your Postmaster that your
park ige of answers contains written matter and must b?
mailed at the first class rate.
All communications or letter? of Inquiry concerning
the Book^eaders' Content reust be addressed to th? CON?
Street. New York Cltr.
The cartoonist? will not ?van Know th? anawer? to'
th? PUSSI? pictures they draw._
i The Book read-is' <'<int>'?t Is open to all readers
a,?- .tie Dally .""' .-"un.lay Tribun?, excepting ?mploye? and
., ,? of their familias
' Conte?l?nt? n>u?t writ? the names of the book? rep
r,..,Mit,..l y ?I??' lUusii.iitous upon the coupon provided
,,,,.,f?r ami which will appeal oil Page 2 of Th*
Tribun?'(Bally and Sunday? ev.ry day during the period
of ?ho ? ..mpeilt'ot? Answers may b? written with pen.
DCDCII ?r ''?? typewritten.
v r ?? '? picture lepresent? the nsme of only one (I,
hook ?.'??.I <oiile?tiintB will /not he required to give th?
,.',?; ,,f he author, neljr ?"?? till? or ium? of to? book
?. ill Hi-* w"1 be required. Where contentants are not
a-r.Miii of the correct name ?lt.-y will be permuted to
l live ?&) aiisw.ra to each l?.o_ picture. If th, oor.
fact an?W?r !? *<"?""?. Incorrect answers will not ouuu'.
?gain?! th? contestant.
4 only two ? - ? answers may be written upon a sing!?
?mi.,on- extra coupon? must be used for additional an
.? Vi, ?nd ??il eeupena of the same number must b? kep?
i ne el her U? makln? up ?he ???. Where 0OB.4Mt-_.ta wish
to ?ill.irIt ad.tul?????I ?'-????? ?? ?he same book Illustration
,?,ev muy do so without filling out ?he entire coupon,
v ..?iires nwv b? suhmltt.-.l with the answer? If contestants
o d.?i>e but ?hey will not count for them.
B fllff?-.?-nt member?? of a fninllv may compete In the
but Mil ?'?e I'll'? will be awarded to any on?, fain- I
1?fgjggO, I ive 1'j?im u?,? r ?l.irn? Autont?*
bile. The F. II. -t.-aru? toinpaiy.
Hroadwav and ?7th _t.
e??f-.-'to? White Touring Car. Th? Whit?
<Oui).any, llroadvvay und ". '?I St.
S.10Q ii.ieeker Art Player Pianos. $1.03?
each. 1-7. lloecker. 26 ?>?i :4Kth St.
n?SIMIO Frunc?s Ha??n Art Plauo. Bacon
Piano Co., 118 Kant 138th tit.
??$8041 Ander?..n Player Piano. Th? Ander
neo Piano Company, 370 Pulton St,
7?$7.M) l'r:in?-i<? Bacon Player Piano.
1,200. Two Wing Pianos. $600 each.
Wing & Non. Ninth Ave. and 13th St.
10?11?$1.0?J0. Two lloecker Art Pianos. $600
and $100. respe,!Ivcly.
$:?,*>0 Kinlng l.ooui Suite. Lennon a
( ?..ni.any. 1..1 Fast 23d St.
is??too reek.
14?Sino Solitaire Blamon?! Hing.
15?1$?$110 (luster Diamond Primes? Bin??.
$00 and ?~0. respectively. L. W. Sweet
A to.. 170 Broadway.
J7_$",0 Ca>?h.
Ill?lg?$<io M.i-ter !?i imeiiil Prinre?? Bin?;?, $45
each. I . W . Sweet a Co.
to?29?S in?? 41? en Kodnv Leather Bed?, $40
each. I? T. Owen ? oinpany. ',;4 East
2MI St.
no?si??jm) e_ab, $'?.% e??-h.
St?:m?$40 i-a-h. $10 each.
10?ti?,??son. Men? ur ludir?' Cold Watches,
$10 each,
n???Tf.?$10 .??b. a.", each.
?8?1?J7?$7100. Ameritan Therme?. $3 each.
Am.-ri.-an Thermos ( uu.pany. Ml West
1711. St.
jliS?267?$300 Indies' or Lent temen? Silk Vm.
I.relias. $:l ra.'li. M. Steinschneider. XI
Maiden lane.
t6f?? *>67?$7.10. Wilterm-tn's Ideal Pnuitaln Pens.
$-"?n ea.h. 1.. R, Walrrman ( ompany.
173 llniad??a?.
SQg_1067?$750. Twelve inniitbs' s.ihat-riplion t?
"P?-ar???n'i? Magudne," $1 i\0 a year. Th?
Prar??n Publl.lilng tompany. 4 ?> I .?I
2111? St.
Place an order with your nearest newsdealer to begin serving you with a
copy of The Tribune every day and enter the Contest at once.
Bach number? of the Book render??,' Contest I'l-tims and coupons may ee had at the oflle? of Th?
Tribune, Me. im Nassau utreet. -h? price in .New Tork City, J?mev t'uy and Hot-token i? i ? ? m f??r th?
1 ?.-it|y an?! & cants f??r th?? Sunday. Klaewhere the price is 2 cents fur the L?;i!ly ami 5 cents f??r the Sunday
beck numbers sr? ordored by mail 1 cent additional for every 10 numbers :nu.?t b- remitted f..r
...-tii?*?*. au ?'f ?h?? lui'k numbers trova ?Decembar 4 will t.o mailed to say addresa in K??.?t.-i- New v??rk
,,,,,! reeslpt "?" -I cant* ?>i?t.?nle rteater New v..rk and Jersey ?Mty upon receipt ?.f ?3 cenU In orderlna
lack auaibsrs eoatostaata ?.ic -eaatloned to order only by the number which appears at t...> of the coupon

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