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??ockcy S> Golf s Other Sporn
GARDNER WIELDS Fishing-H tinting Yarns
A WINNING CUE Hoid interest at Show
Makes Top Run of Class A
Billiard Tourney in
Beating Heddon.
?BREAKS CiO AGAINST
MICHIGAN PLAYER
lorincr I it le Holder Docs Must
of Stallini" In ?Early frames
and 'Mien Plays Safe.
; ?? ' Ion Bocl?
i : ? smplon and -frown gray
?n?i : ? : . .. ? tourna*
* 2 balkllne b 'l
? ' ating ? ii.iti.r-?
H?>ddon. < ' - Of 401
? ? to ? ??'* Ihe Amateur i:
?
West the veteran
M in liis fourth tu o
th? biggeet c!
the tournament
Idon it 1 i H I ! o | ,i..|
\fcat all i him.
'. man sd so brilliantly i n
\\ cjneeday In Ins Kam?* with May? r
sense cf
and never could
?
When fter tha s
. :" Conn he
torn hi strokes
cushions, which ?are
and that I bis ? ntlrs
?
t thi . th? hails ere
sdij.?-i ' s Ith .i smile, "but d I
?ou ? _U seem to pick on
up their avcragrs c
'
attt " Heddon missed
ins ? -thereupon Gardner pro
.. .. In the i
in in ? total up '
? ?
play b? ing ol <i high
In tli" ir" ?" i me, had
? ?
al?.?
tvidclv -
Having eetabllshed ?n ?almost Insur
niouiitahi?: lead, the veten i to
I his opponent a
i lllui tratlon of
. . fourth
he tallied only 74
points, but let' so
that Heddon could only ?tot nts In
liod.
ir follows:
?
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?
) seventh <
f Poggenburg, I
-,
r E. Uffenhelmer wlthoul dlffl
tl Irty
?IXtlr
?
? ? 11,--, r]|dj either man
form, although In tl
teenti twenty-fourth
- .
ilnts,
.
! the thli
ig ?'ii .i simple
[a
n his
? : ' 'It.
? ?? ?!. li"
Hows:
'
1 : 4').
?
i' Broa
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il??Won will meet In the
SMITH SWIMS FAST
IN TRIAL HEATS
Hips Over Seven Seconds from
the Schoolboy Record for
220 Yards.
.
. . i ? ,
aft? oon. H?
which
? ? ? irk of
.Ian Lv CI burn, <?r
.
'
. Smith v..
Horn
?
l
?.-. iMi i'?i.? n.
? ? -li In
the final I
Harris
H?*yei
Hall.
? ?
i
I will
? ? :?
? .i t -.
..m. Town
-
' lal
G.lmore Back to Chicago.
i M lam
|Y.|? ral i
Hit| ? ., ?
o. In pprtUM trsteing
? ? igo head
Shooting by "Moonlight"
Goes On with Rubin
Making Top Score
for the Day.
? ?- ??''' "??n In gen? . . , ? ed In?
?rool enthusiasts and those ??.be hope
:?iy i?. ri?.it the deeda of Issak Wal?
" Id B little m. etlng al Ihe, Travel
?Sportsman's Show yesterdsy ?after?
lo awap ?Ashing
"i th? ?riesrpolnl of the average
' itoi it was moal Instructive and In?
not t?. -.. amusing, in -<,me
a fes ?among lh<
? - a ho wi re nol in,'lined t.. ?>
?II the talcs at fa.-e ValUS- hut uhv
* i ruction for a few feel In a Hah '
? ,:'n?' in for their innings
when hshlng stories died s natural death.
and ons could nol h? M? but non.ler i.'
t all s ?i?? to h.
found In the f,.?
**? ? "'? I ? j told a tale, whli h never tail :
? the crowd, a out the cos
?i the ?ranges ??ho took s dellghl in
I up t.Ivea and, gra ping their
would snap them over his bead
narrator -wont along famously ui m
?.?no youngster remsrked, "Some hull
thrower, eh, BUI?" Thai broke up the
ting.
The shooting by "moonlight" continued
.'.v m popularity. The Iji-ht ,
DE ORO RETAINS A
BILLIARD TITLE
Defeats Hames in Final
Block of the Three
Cushion Match.
ado Do Oro, ?if ?'uha. successfully
i defended his title as worl I [don al
cushion billiards by taking the tinai
points from I'rrd ?Kami ?B, Ol
I ??-ti?? r. ai i ??? I? \ ad? my Is -t nigbl
wai M to '
? bampion h d .? big margin In the
? for the three nights' pi ij.
I..- ?,. o, ISO; rlsUnes, 107.
th?) longest ol th?
?? ding ninety sis li
owing t?> th". much asf? t> piny on both
i ?? 0 mfortsble sdt antage
?fter the op? i | shot, ??? l" n. pis:
.. ?? 17 ?arr'-'ii , ??
the lirai twenty-live Innings to Uamea'a
I ? ?gan t?i dreg.
i Oro electrified iho crowd when he
. cuihlon Bhot, The < ?uba
mad? aeveral other torn- und live cushion
I
?Sames a much applause ?sitii
t ?a r, ? th the two
mer he appli? d
? ? erae "Eng ' to go al<
?l count, lie secompUshed
The i?. ? \? r challenger | I hard In
t> . i...t: g m- ? orna m
s hlch Included a 6 for the
: un of the conti I Do Oro gsttu ?? d
ms in the ?nlnety-tourth Inning and
bla final one two Innings later,
and falling on a dim? ? I
effort.
. ui ?? ill retain pt rn anent poo
i. imberi trophy if ) i d? .
? ? ictober.
? by Innlnfl
? " "
4 ... ? 1, 3, 1
?
1, ?'.
,,-,,, ,,, ,,. ].
?? 4, a, 1; total, I
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g ,, e- n ? e, ,.
; fti n . . .
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BOWLERS ?AME OFFICERS
E. J. Ryan To Be at Helm of
American Bowling Congress,
t. ffalo, Ifsrch 18.- A4 s ?meeting of
?i-.??- ?committee of the Ameri
,ali Bowll ' *?'? ' hla at?.
i;-i\\ ?i?! J. Ryan, of Detroit, was nom?
for president to succeed Judg?
Howard, who n Igi afti r flft? sa ]
? ? e.
A. !.. Lsngtry, Of Milwaukee. WS!
nominated for another year aa aecretary.
Robert W. Brown, of Loubrrille, \?... I
? -, ? ? ? ? t ; William !
a-, ?if ifJleveland, second rlee-presl i
.lohn T. Smith, of BuffslO,
vice-president, end r**rsnk t.. Pssdetoup.
of Chicago ?'? '- '
'i be following ??? re recommi nded foi
the ? ?? <?? tlve oommlttea : ' liai les M
r, of SI Louia , ? lar? tice Bi Ightman
? 'olumbus ; Dennla Hun;.!. It, <r 11
'.'. ., ? ook, of ?Phllad? Ipbla ; A. G
i l??- ling, Of ?Mont! ? al . William .1
. -, of ?Chl?caso. ? : O. i "raJiciaco, ..r
Denver; <;. A, Ualbraith, ol ?Bay ?City;
?;,,,.??? c Lowe, of Kanaan City; William
i. Mar?,'?: ??t i, of Cincinnati; D ?'.. hfoi*
?-. . r Whi ellng . Carl F. htu? II? r,
i. |?n .mi 11 My? is, of iii'i
olli, ? ? c. Ryan, ol Keno ... ? ?scar
w. Hchmldt, of Chi? ' Si im? li?-.
?r .??'.lutii ?Bend; >i O. Schunk, of Sious
. ?? iier, of ?Pittsburgh,
, ,,,. -, . trots, of i" i hfcdiK a, ?and A <?
?i.,.-.., of i '? - i ,
QUEENS PARK RANGERS WIN
?
; Changes Coming in English
Soeeer League Standings.
' l ? MB !
i.-?? ?son, Ifsrch i 2 Two Impoi tanl
I im? i i?? ' :??..? ? '.? i- to
,:?. ?t ?a hi. h ?make tin i
for promotion In tba second league and
: ? ? ithern I i
?
?Qui ? .. Park Rang? i entei lain? ?i
Hwtndon, li ' - ??. al Park
I toy a
lead? Hog thi m b s score of 4 I
iiuii citi had '?> j--???? m t" i.m? "in t'?
pi.,-, the ? ?'Ity i- ?am, when ?? d
,<i, wbk h i em ansbh ? Hull City to ? ?
v ill, \\ ..?.'?' ich Ai. ? i I foi I ? '?.' d :
In ti.? ?
i . Hi? Id Wedn? ..... a remov? d
? ? . ?p . otnpetltlon, played s poeti
-.? Mi I ? thy ' '?.uni | , and ? a? !,
i ? m ? i on? '
A serration ??., oau ?d by ?Blackburn
iring the train ?ihr ol ?Dss/son?
In I'llW.-ud of lle.ilf ..i
Mldlothl ?o < luh foi * I ?."?'?". Wh... i?,
v. Ith In ?? and h i?? . - ? ?? ?
m?*us Itovera $?? ?.000
plie-] ?-.y several BtVkllewatl lamps, snd
the marksmen returned several - ?
A ii ibin ws - high gun :
'?"mi" tition, v? inn ? i" ., ;i el .? j."
CO -bird ." II. li. Bhoov? r. \' \ Bak? i
l.dllcVey w< ? ? ' t li line, with
?? in'?? M ". Allyn and 'i'. if. Lewren? ?
byougbl :?? tars? I t.? ? ?
Tin? amateurs m the chan ptonshlp inur
nanent continued their | snd
rather outshone th*? professions
da* s n?,i k T 11, i an rtrnce snd *s >
rch led with "?47. m hile i
Blackford and It*, S, Bllkw-n*th ?? ? ?
deadlocked for second honors, with i<'>.
The other scores returned were ??h fol?
i"?' s:
P 1 Rak? ? 16; A. T.. Burn . ??? K. B.
Richards? n, I . v j. Ifcllanus, IS; J. H,
'"n 'h. 44; J. ii' ndrickson, t?. H. Boulton,
o. H. Webb, 44; W. i>? Raj ' liver, B;
?la? i. R? ? 'i : . \ Ru In I Mrs v. R
\'????? I, 41. ?nd .Mir-r? .1 'I !n
.i. .M. Hawkins, the professional, main?
tained hit lead In hi i lai ?. and broke I ?
out ol :i possibl gel I
brought d? ' ', ? t. i lin? hing i econd he
while n. II, Bteveni ?? m third, ? itb a
total ol ' ; tu i It cr? 'lit.
Hawkins led ti,r Held among tl s i>rn
' I? nais, with the total score to date <>f
atS oui .m .t pot iibl< BO. He I I ah? I <
n. ii. Stevens, ??lo has SU t? hi credil
Seat Apgar, with .."-; Ward Hammond,
u?ill SI; w. B. Darton, with W; E R,
Wilbur, with .-??. and Jack Planning, aith
215, compl? t.-> the Hi t
PELL RIVALS'HOBEY'
I BAKER ON THE ICE
His Goals Win for Union
Club Hockey Team in a
Slashing Game.
The Union Club, *\nli ?'. ?'. Pell rival?
ling the deeds of "Hobey" Baker, down d
the hockey team "i the Knickerbocker
Club nt the Si. Nicholas Bkating
i iri?-i night "lh<? score was tt t?> I, and
h fors r< il sent the rubber whisxing |
the guarding stick of ??. Mllburn for the
final goal th? crowd saw some swift
citing hockey of a brand thai might have
gra? ? 'I any "i the games of the Amat? ur
?
Three periods "i" ten minutes were
played, and the -?core was tied until
within two and one-half munit?-:! of the
end, when Pell made certain ti,?? victor)
by caging the puck twics in rapid
i eselon.
of the ?game s i fa I and
furious, but through tir?? thick ol
lighl - - lean Morgan ;?n'i Tw? I,
? ?r the Knickerbocker team, were penal
i iaed, the former for roughing and th?.
for tripping, ami left th? I? e i"r
minute each.
Outplayed in the firsl period, ami with
??ore S to ' against tiifni. the Knlck?
ker ni'-ii took the Ice for the second
i ready t'? flghl the uphill battle
which confronted them. They checked
? ?? i m->n team, snd tun?? wss ?-ailed with
-rtanding t to .; again t them.
Morgan ti? I ? liter Uve minutes
;tn?l live : ? ?> tli?? final I
ter, and then, an the sa>nig goes, "the
tight etas!? m
"1 hard play, which ? I
enlivened by a<?\'':ai brilll , Pell
got th" rubber and slammed II thr
tl ' Knickerbo? kernel foi the t-'nai whl? h
could have been d?
???i lustily, snd ?with t-tetoi ?j ? -
pi ?h'-ir grasp, the i nlon men s< t about
.lui? i ? rdlct Tin . hsd ""t long
' t.i wait, f'-r- presently Pell took the puck
down th" I? and shot ?t ii"' ? I
11 t goal ol the game. A m?nate let? r
ti - ?gams wai fli
The line-up foil
nciu
i ? ? ? ?
<;. Uvlng ton.?'...?.? ' ?iitn?-;
? ?:? ' 1'.11
, , i tu.i: . I".
V.. Irvine .?' ."*"? l:"
1: Prentlc? .. .. I. v. . i Mo ??
J. ?i <in.ui. tl \'..R M?
. . i ?. ? i. ,', ' Wants** (1 ' ?. Twee i
l.'.i, P? ,'. ?" ?. ?? i 'if
... Union, 3; K r, 1
Hock? li M
III, Pell ,',. ::i r-t ?,?-?> at snd Ol ? ? ?'<:? i I
? ? i - lod y.
?? . ,-, ,..,...,. pel] ?. :Wl i ? il " r ?
.????i. 1 ? ? ' t. ?; Mori
minute f"?- roughing; rwesd i mlnul
? s i:?*;rr. o ? i Rapp I " i Ir? i'. ihr
?r:',,' M. Ascher All e?*B?*1als fresa * ?
i ? mi , : ?m ? ? '.
HARVARD BEATS YALE CLUB
Gains Second Leg on Trophy in
Annual Chess Tourney.
?? Inning the retui n mat? ?i at their
th? score ??f *?*-i t?> i% with one
unfinished, the ch ss playei ol th?' Har?
vard ? .lub "f tins I'ily ?.-,, || ? t\ \c^
?m tin inter-club trophy In a match wl h
the v.ii?-' ? luh yest? ids 'i h< firsl matt h
was also won by the Harvard club
team, '?nt by the overwhelming iroie "t
..??. to ?....
The summary f? Hoe i :
TAJUS ?'i.i H. HARVARD l un.
I
i a. p Jame in J '? ? larli
? .1 u. \\.,'. r, ... l C. M Nixdorff *
i m irgai ?i . m !? M" ? ? II. 1
, hltt? :. I.ri " W . II???? Inn.I 1
i " K. B. Barn? .. I
| J. B. "??'"I ? '* A. <?.IH|,I?II. '.
IM Tetsl
?ri,.. .,;,. nil ?? ' ?""???I ' '
TV ., Kr.i. it? I" ?. . ?. '. I?
? , ? ,.:.'" 1 '
?
Jameson and Clark *?iH play their game
linish In the course ot the week
Their same from the Di st match ?
in a ?Ir.?"
,? m
Athletic League Bowling.
r iwllng m ths Athi? tic la ????? m Is I
night was confined to a -ring!? -?ries, In
which Montclalr -?prong a sum '
winning three garni al North End,
Individually th? re wai "o i'n-,ht p ??
i . liai perform? r, ., - l_? ?ka.I.
th? Mont lair hip hoi. In? res ied hi ever
ag? tnaterl
'I'll,. SCOT? l": 0
NOR in i.M? ?n '.'?"i' i." m
?i ?
... . ' , ? ,
; -. ' ?. , . Hlglei
II rp? ? ? ? ? . '
' r. ' ;
retal
Irish-American Team Win:-,.
i:,, ion, March 1J 1 he Irish-Ainsrii an
m i,i. n? a ,,. i.?in,m boeki | t?-.*m ii?
reatad ths Sherbrooke Club to-night by
.i , i"
Big or ths local tssgg s gooJj von
,,,,,i by sin.iii. Both th?? Merbrooks
taHleg were the >? ""Oil st "Broeink
Baker's i?hf>ii
TELLS WHY GIRLS
WEAR SUT SKIRTS
l?arne of Husband Winning
Is Cause of Fashion, Says
Miss Vida Sutton.
URGES COEDUCATION
AND MORE FREEDOM
! Bul Quotes Viennese Women Who
?S-tj "Io ?o Fashionable is
To Be Inartistic."
whom Mi?? viiiH
? In her afternoon of mon
? la] at the !-nt
? i-, the Isle of one col
**ho starved r i er hua and to
'?"?'"i in ordi r to msrry the lad of h? r
asid, "that that
flit, hill I. - i ?i- . i!'- ., y.,r\
IS man or ?>. .man t: | ?SOSS
* ? ara) .-h,ne."
? ?1 v. iMi the old ?onian
tter of mei
thing si
i" ana? t attention, ' sh? ? : ??in
will ? The tro ible is ?aitb our
artil ?>, whi? h . ?
?and girla t ? ?ses es? h oth? r m nat?
ural wa] ?-. if v
?\e wool i n??i t ? ? : .. many silt skirls.
"kl ? - ??? ; ?? - antsgonlam of the
? :it tune i ? a if. .It .?f th.' >je|
tion of men and women so that th? ? ?
?i?>t understsnd each other. The >-*:.i who
'? i - ?? brought ?m ??.ith a large family
of bl 01 i ? man who hss h? i n
ni atlon -1 oolk ge, gets along
much mon ? lly with the other si \ than
> never - its *a\o In b? I?
oi the ballr
"I think ?A? ??iii nava to restore the
Iple of ?^-education In o ir Bai toi n
and resrrsnge our public
o that llttl? i -riria ?sill
? * ?rib? PI ' ? I?? Ing done in
Europe to a Isrge extent i ?risKed one
\ery li t. i?- ting m boot in ???'rni-jtiv Wh? re
the eirls and bl I tOgethtW,
e\??ii in the professional schools
"Ai f?r the .-'.it ?skirl Itself, the wrnr.n
l- "- ah,,i:t It la that <.??' all have !?? \?. ? ?r
ii. whether n ? appropriate for ?os or nol
? hould ??e i?.- slaves of the ?lit
.??kirt?
? n ahould near what is becoming
t i themselve . nol s bat tu f i
in Vlenns they are learning that
a ?'int? ?\iih three thoussnd mem
whose motto Is To : ?? tax .?.nuble
i i.? be Inartistic.' The Intentions of the
?it i tlrt dou tii were ?all right, only
got mlsdlri
monologues were a series
repres? nting 1 i of ths i artous
tries of Europe, from th?' militent
y girl of ?London t?, ths old German
,- a ho held o? i r ?tions wUh
th.-, ,,.,..- ? her gsrdi n snd learned
from them what ?-?.?? the 01 ?it? r ? ith the
\v ..rid.
"The. militants of Ekigland ara brave
but mlstsken," said Hiss Button. "Thei
- m their flfcht for fraedoi
methods win? a ?women wsnt to abol?
ish when they get ths vote.
"As for this Isst a-t. the atsshlng of
the Venus, it i?-: just anotker mistaba
Their motive is honest They want to
carry on s wa?- without Moodshed, and
n . got tun oui of riettni ?? They h iv<
t.. break something, snd they <s*ouM
:. ?pli ture ; ?than P? opis."
rr; lire
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INCORPORATED AT ALBANY.
i. ??-graph toThi Tribsna l
Albany, Ifarah 13 The following Incor
poral.?? wera Wed to-day alth the ?So? -
I ?State:
.. I !.:? ' ' '
Lavera J?
T B
. luthariM B
.
;:. i.'iai., Amlty
' ' ?, 1 ..t.n- r.
We : 47th ?
*. v. ? " ?
?
II. fa
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',,-. !.,?-. No. , ?)
; ..me 1?.
I,|, r. New *"':'?
ik.yn; ?tru? ?urai atyi
I
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Broo Mat ". v"rl ?. . ,,
?.,_ Mini,altan:
:. ?Katfman. ^iillaui Hlr-ach
1 a h, ? . . ,w.
iy Lo fomi my, Un I :?tan, ?j-.o.o?w;
-. ??aat 1731 street, Th??
Anas ' . . " off, l?t>ul?i *?\ra- , Tha
Drug romrany. Oneida;
U. :!?-:. So 74 Rro.ii atreet,
-. . | . Myers, M tanta A Myers,
?
Bnsi.inns Cox
. ?..'.'. i K ??User. No. 149
\- liai li Ooull, New
, : \, M'-?"!
op i .ti.ii,. ? Makers, Mentis)
|r . No '-'"-' Rivers! I?
\.? . AJolus Montaaara, I". I
1, Til tl N< '?' I
a\ M ? .. ty Pi ? ? tnpany, JUn
i eltner, Ne I ?
"?..- V. ?-'Ii'-i i-l.ui,
. i m. \. ?* ?i...
? , ?-leal
! trim; ISMM; llenrv
., (,!? ..' .1? ? ? ?>?
' ? co. Levy, Hfaneo Beichinan. New
Lit! . .i ri?a-? Com-oany, M ?? ' ?J
1100,000 Ne ?Ml i-aiil?l???ll
New i'.l: I.la IJrnieii, Meni'T ?>?
?del :..
M, ' .,,p.inv. n.jfTalo;
\'. Uli mi K. Mi Clurg, -lames M. 11 '.
don M< ? I iffalo
..ir ' >. i, u?, ?a- , M.i ii!. at tan;
4 Wo ft Tlnr.l avenue,
I
kly n
i: ? v. . ? Mi i-ir.".ns
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\ McBvi ?Ma
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;. ... . _? , , ,
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i , Jr.. The Br
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I 11? ? i;;i 8. \v.,i -
? et, New Torli ; <*harl,'s
M T .ria-r, New v
... fi
'- v. Illlam H M? ''lui -, Ala M. H
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?Manhattan: t>ut>
'?:?-. l'avl?
R3U Rldgi '. .! ,
' ? "il Krneat,'
.
? ? Brool !-. n; depaxtmetH
? I30th
:-- - ' ?ork
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I ?A,.-!?., Th? Hr??tit
' - lent* t. No :? !:.,.
M i- ?? ? i lii genbeck
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INCORPORATED AT TRENTON
frent?n, March 12 Thi following New
? ha? ti i w ? i ? - tih d to-u s
W.Iwanl lieu . i.
i..,, ? ist? . *-?".'??? i*. ?? r i - Morrla
,?
ralde M ? bine ai l 'a ? ai.--.
Pet? t?-?.'.. li lUIi ? ' j ?? in.,,
.
i i . 'i '
| .? i.Ilj ' i en ?-*lrm. fur
i n i PI.ACI i-?? the Mes! - i - - ?
1 ' .- : ?.i-i Dl inion . ?
Perl. i"- m . i ?MM. ? m. ,r
. . . .,i . ?? . |
BUNTY'S DIET HAS MADE
HIM FREE HOSPITAL PATIENT
loo Many Tin Cans and Posters Cause Goat to Undergo
Treatment at Institution That Cares for Injured
Dogs. Cats, Birds and Horses.
-??__?____???_???????_?_?_____?__?^_?????4?d"_?_?_????-???l
BUNTY, A VERY SI-CK PATIENT \T THE ?FREE HOS?
PITAL ??< >R ANIMALS.
Bunty is s goat ter would take
tli* time to 1 li-t'h. nzt? 'us food Tin
Kutu rs?any an?t every dainty
he ?-ould gnat? b went Hrht down at a
I ?? | ' r Bunty dwell not In Har?
lem but Ml ?hiii ?' gtreet, Where 111
precarious, ?and 11 Is safer to nnt whatever
you Snd In the way of "eats*1 right down
in ? our i tomsch as fast ss possible, lest
?some freebooter gel it away treta
exiuently, Runty was s rapid f<
when n?-- had snything m feed m, snd
:.???'. see the result: Bunty Is a patient at
tho l'rc ? Hospit.ii and rJtepesjsary for
Animals, al No. 380 Lai???rette street, and
r Is a very sh k goat, indeed.
Tes, ?t in ins throat, ??ompllcsted, -.=
rnlght be expected, ?with a stomach d' or
der. Dr. Eruce Blair, resident p_j***lcian,
is uncertain whether Bunty was lnf?*r>cted
by t?)o much Futurist coloring, or whether
his poor Insidoa were scratched by an un?
digested, rusty tin ran. But he bas put
: him In an observation stall in ths horses*
ward and Is treating htm for laryngitis
?and ?gastiilia.
The tonnai opeving of tho hospital.
Which takes place to-morrow, will tln?i lif
topri patients besides Bunty already In
Bd 1n the warda Most of them aro
dog t'ior, little Mascot, alas: win not
be there, for Mascot Is dead. Dr. Blair
l ?! to put Inni to sle.-p In the death
chamber on the top floor, for Mascot wan
i"" badlv Injured tob? ? sred.
t'r. Blair triad hard to pavo Ma
wir?.u wasn't his name -?leu ho
there, but which was bestowed on blra be
cause they hoped to keep him for tli* b ?
pttal i?. ,r. gg he was a dog of on
usual Intelligence. Just a little stray ter?
rier, but when a hii? automobile, kno? !.. 1
niture; $75.f?O0: William M. Donnelly. William
T. 1 ? ' ? ? ? ?n
Bloomal - Company, Blixt-nsbury.
gra -., ? ? ??? ' R Wohrertoo, I Is
los ,.',', ,. ' \\,,-.rtnii, .(?!...v City, Jo
U Do ?? ? ? ? . .-? a " arfe i Ity.
TO PARK_ IN_ BATHROBE
Mau Found by Police Wan?
dered from Sanatorium.
Patrolman Cavaglio gaw a man clad In
bathrobe and slippers to-day la ".'entrai
Park West, near nth streit. fJavagllo
??u? r tloned hin* and the man sai?l ho was
out for an alfil
rjavsgHo led the m.?n to the West Nth
street station, where a few rniautss later
a physician front a private sanatorium si
No. HO West Bd Street bald the wanderer
iras Robert Bwalnson, of No. ztl East
Btfa street Bwalnson was taken back to
the Instltutloo.
a
Army and Navy Orders;
Movements of Warships
[From ThS Tribut:?? BUI
Washington, March 13,
ORDERS ISSUED-?These army and
navy orders have been issued:
AKMV.
Ueutsaaat Cvtoaal MSNRT A hhaw, pmaU
? al corpa from Bostas to West l'oint, .Inly
i, i prsfssser er military
hygiene, ?i??? Lieutenant roior.??i trank rt.
k?....fi:i. "PS, to Kort Sam Hooa
ton. a ?ctor, Boutbani I'???'i_rt
Isloa.
Major GQORGE \v. GOOD-, retire**, to Amy
., . N.i. General H"?-pttai, Hot ?Jprlru
Name ot Major EDWARD R CHRI8MAN.
i ? ? ? ? pla-*ad on Mat , I.? 1.
ama of Major DANIEL B.
DKVORE, Infantry, removed therefrom.
Mnfor WM.l.M'.l? r. TRITBY and Ueutenant
Colon? l GEORGE D, D?SHON, in? llcal
une arga temporarily st n i II ??!
rt M
?"..?I GEORGE D. DESHON, lo Ancoa,
' , ?i Zone, May I, o.* luperintendent An?.-on
l!" plUI
rjaptalu ROBERT "?f BRAMBILA, rniarter
Froni veaeeutot kan
t?, ? tant depot quarter?aster.
WOMEN
ARE ALWAYS
INTERESTED
IN KNOWING:
How the Self-Supporting
Woman Lives in New
York When She Eman?
cipates Herself from the
Hall Bedroom.
I" acts and figures drawn
from the personal experi?
ence of many will make in?
spiring reading for the
women who desire to fol?
low the example of their
more adventurous sisters
IN THE
Sunday Tribune
rim down In the afreet had his
?PSW lit? did! i,i ;, , inner arid
whimper. No; he picked hlmsiilf up est?
hobbled "t; there are s*itneesea to ?oiich
for this to tha hugs ?loois si No I u?
fa trotta atn > t, snd thi i <>n th.*.
step , holding up the ? rui bed paw until
. ?i him i".
ah through ? ? trastraent,
i end. Id ? ihowsd tho most
toui hli g ?gratitude
are. of course BOeOfBunodSCtSBSl
for many more patients than are there
extrem? -.* -.-laii-s for rick kor as,
. w: rds
and s wi _- birds. But
they hi?, n t really been ready until now.
howevi r, la imw shlpshspe.
The big operating room for horses, ?-?ith
its table, which can be swnng to a pets
pendiculsr position whilo ihe animal is
strapped on and then dropped hi place,
hor.?,e and all, is In ? rder.
The kit.-hen, the lahor.Uory, the operat
Ing ?room for the smaller ?anlmsls are
read?/ for u i and the hospital in e\
i"-- ted t?. be ' ?'! from now on.
Then?- will he ?-?io.-< bet ^hen the op-vnna;
tskes place to-morrow afternoon a? :::?
o'clock by Dr. John If. l-'inley, George
UcAneny, Hugh I ?rayns and Miss sadtc
American, Dr. William T. iiomaday la
? mlng down from Bronx ?Park to present
the compliments of tl mais 'n the
Zoological Garden to tl Is <>f Sew
York ? i?y for thi ; good fOrrtttna in hav
UfUl and well appointed
hospital placed at ?their disposal.
Mr.?-. Jsmes Bpej.r, president of the
New York Woman':' l.eaK'ie for Animals,
? ijiisatton that built and equipped
tha .hospital, will preside at tho opening.
QEORGE J or??-:*,-, vb o.vajrv, rraaa
? Service Bchool, Fort Rlley, to I I
i RANK- s BOWEN, Infantry, aa
. '-?th Infant? >,? laepector
tla of ? a.lfo:
? i - - ? ?
PATRItTK v.. GU?NET, Sd '-avahy,
?t quartei-meater*s i?orpe, to Port Hu
?:?! JOgN A WAGNER,
,.-??????
WILSON B. 1
-?'? orsaniicd
,..-.. . -
First Lieutenant PHILIP R.HMINOT?N. !2?h
? tor wltlj
,i ?. to lii.li.-iiiarolls.
? '. r.
U iteaast E. a \*? ??"'?worth, to the ? b ?
Und
?i EDOAR THOMPSON, ?-l-ia'-he.i naval
' ' ?. '? .a::-.-i:iaa.?j, to naval ho-&llal,
teen \ m U'CLtBLLASV, me?l
Lal reserva corj It?
io th? Hertl
Machinist R. B. RUCKER, detached the
al, Wo??.I?i;;
KOVEMENT8 OF WARSHIPS The?.?
?uta Of navy vessels have beeB re?
ported.
Anr.ivi'D.
Mar-h II Ihe Bytrph, at AnnapolU.
BAHJ50.
Ms *> The. Justin, from Maza'lan St Han
M.? P>lph, from Annapolis for |
Washington; the Yank! Qnaataaamo
for Hampton Re t !..
March 13?Tha ?.'allao, from ?aritor, for eruli? I
up West Hiver.
The ?? ? '. ? Didered placed la ?-eterve on!
H--. ,:. ? !. Mar-? bland, early In April, j
The Saturn ordered pieced In fut? nervic.
. : ;, Pllget Hu^n:i. a't?-r the. N*
: : reeenre.
CHANGE OF CORPORATION'S NAME
NOTICg is HEREBY GIVEN ".HAT B.
BRISKMAN <?? .-ai.-jM'i.v. INC., a dotneetto
- 11 -. ptintHpal ? '.. ? .,
nette In the ?3o?rotish of Manhattan. .:-.i-. ofl
Ni ???? ' f New 1
? . - . ? Rate of New
York at .-? ??? ? ? ?be held la |
. r.juifh
of Ma f New 1 .-,-.?
I, ? rty o'clock In
a of that Say. ? ??' ??
tiling '
erperatl n to ehaase Iti corpetmte neme
t., BRISKMAN. - - ?L? ?MON. I*
L>at?i<l. N? ? Tor M ?- I ?14
B. BRI8KMAN .<* SALOMON*, tNC
BAMCEL BRISKMAN. Preald??nt.
SURROGATE'S NOTICES.
IN PI RSI * ?-N ORDER OF HON*.
o| the
i'ojnty of New I elv-ri
t, n;i j.?---?.'.;. ba .-..;
Prown, late ' ' N? S V? rk. ?le
!, t?i present the ?ana-, wii'u \ou,.hei?
', to the aubacrilur^ at t... ;r pla
Bella Rit
I, No- 17 William Street, in The ?'l'y ol
New V.rk, on cr bet r?s the 1st day of June,
1S14.
late?! New Tor',;, the "th day of November,
1S13.
P. BOLI? RITTKRBAND. I EMCUlortL
MAX ? .V .. ':_> '* Jl0r*
SUMMONS.
BUPREME COURT OK THE BTATE OF
Nam i ork ? ' - taug Xtmeai ?,
plalntltT, aeainet ? nckle-jr Robblna,
, and Robert William.?.
Wood lal u?'?lrcd
? of .?-utf'ilk
?; . named !>?.fer.dant-?: To?i ar?:
ituplalut in
I to i a eepy of
aaewer on the PlalniUTa .ttoraey within
twenty dare aftei ? . ? of ihla ?nus?
..,-?? of ?ervi.-??; and
in cuy* of ?-our tn'.'.ir.- t.i ?r*l? ar, or anawer,
? ..it ?rill be taken ????iii'it yea by ?i? -
fur the relief demanded in thu com.
;
I, July 30th.
WILLI ?M SlIl.A.
Plaint i ft '?. Atternev.
?Ofllea and Tort Office Addreea, No. Km Wlll
lasi Btreet, Ooi-oubIi ?j' Manhattan, i'ity
of :? - I ''
To the eho*-?' DtfandBBt, Thomaa ?Imclilev
Robblna: The forei ne le ? -?red
.-???'., n
1 ,.. ? ? \ m. Bl. lea,
.n?? of th? Juettcw >f tha Suprema ?
dated the, Hth d.iv ,,i December, 101 ?I. and
13th .!av of 11 .... isiS i .
. of : Ik County al
the ?'??' '? ' iri Hotia?, RtvertMad, New
Veik. tb* ??riain.ii romplalni harisg been
Bled in '??e ??id ort.? o ou tl,? iNt day of
? .
1 .1. 1 . hruary 15th TOI?
WIL1 1AM sin:?
Vhiliuiffa Att,.rne?'.
c- ? ? ? I'e^t ftf?e? t.? a? .--. No. Im? Will?
iam i .mil ?,f Manhattan, rity
1 orh
_____ SUMMON*.
SUPREME COURT OF THE ST ATM OP
New Tork, Baa? \ County?Emily 1". Cohen,
Ethel r,. Cohen. M-ry Cnhet*. <J"hra K. Cono
?cr, Frederick ?J. Coboa, alao 1.11044 n ua Fred
ertcli .;. Coen, pUiatlffa, against .'??tin T.
Hall, if livlas, ?lie helra at U??. del
- ? I???-?.. 4 a.? ig nee a or n.-xt of kin of ?aid
John T. Hall. If any. arid their raapeotlvO
v?!?.?-* and ai ) .?Il ot ?rliom ami
. ? ? ? unkt ' u u t?i pi ?rntiffi,,
?ai i j. Usadsrahot, widow, ami Helen ??
Patter, daughter of ?'harlr?, B??ard?ley. slee
I? iioi? u aa I'harKi BeardsLce, *i?-?'d; i*,e??ri,'?i
C N^irth, t hvi"<. t! .' li.tr* at law. do\
- - next of kin of
?aid ?'.-Mr?:,? C. North, i' any, ?m:>1 t mir r
speettve wives .mj ?rj>t>un<i>. if any, ait of
when and whose sarnie ara unknown to
plaint:?"'?,. The Mutual t.ifa l!i*ur<4hee Cam
. M in W. Br?'USlite".
Qas B. ?-pr.4-;ii>'. \lden Pangea lntiaH M
Mo'- ? and Albert K. Breugbton, n
Burdlck, ? i wife of J.
c, Bu Mime "lassie" being Brtl
rial :.?n n.iliie of i-.ud ?I? ?
. an ws to plaintiffs;
ward J Hirri.it. i;. .1 H-.rl.er. and all other
Or ,-luiniin*; to ha\e aS
In ,i I ? i up??n 11,?- j?- ? t il" i
pi t!.?! complaint, d?fendent! Trial ?esired
To tlie auo\e named d?fendante and eacl?
or tl:-.
I Boned to an,?*r ?lie
'-??i: : ilnt In tl . ad to aarve a <
Ot ? nitllT*' attorney
4? i tli i n twenty ? 3 servios ?>'
thla - the dsy ?>f ?er
,.r rallare to a|
or s . ?? ? ' gainst
???ii ? f demai led m
? ?it.
Da _r .:? IS14
HATCH .< Cli IK
Plals ? No 100 R oadwajr, uor
oui;li of Manhatti n, N ?i
TO tl r Hal', If II? It?-;.
tha h? ??n?'? *
Off aesl Of km of -..!?l .?.?lm I II ill, If an?
: ' .?'
tap, all ui unos aro un
'..i.i lendemhel
Ig lot of
\f Uvtag, th.?
hoirs .?t : ? - . losa si - gases
\ rth, if
i Pu
baada If aay, a? ol whom sad whose names
aro unknown to plaintiff* \\ Ills a? "?>
M Mor
1 Albert E. Bi I all other
perso ' ? m
? m or lien upon the I dee
? ? .? I apea pee
by publication, purauant t.. mu ordo* of tli?,
n ? of the
NOW ?lork.
114. and fl led a ?
? i
In ti ' Const) of
s, at the ? ? i ? ? . ? m i.
?? V-'lk
,. ? ? ?-.II
H -. ? i ? ? i 11:.
Attorneys f ind P? itoate*
i" ' Manl atlas
i ? ougl ? i I ?. ' ?
PUBLIC NOTICE.
bt PR < . " I - ? : t. I. v i K l>I\
i'n:-l ItKPARTMK.N MAT
TKR f M AMI'
.'.'? ".V ?OMPAN
? ?
i '
..i?
"
of New '
ight I I
.. ? it Tri
: ? . ?
pursua
win
? ? ?
. ? ir ti ??
to be
llou ? ."?: i .?i ..n \ "i th?,
, ? ? ol '?
.? 0f Marcl I 111 at 1
m f ? ... ?. ? bete
? i
i
titled i r?, eedlns sfter
. .
? ' the Ninth A
? .
for the First I. ol New
I ? . ? ? ?
The ' ? which the .
tion will be
? n Rail? ay ? ? (
papers
?? a office of I
? th day ?if ]:
tn addition there!
? lourt by en< ?
l*he ?
.. ?
i >'
i. ? ....
?
1 '"? the Ninth Avenue Una, additional
- referred to ea NINTH
NIK ADDITIONAL 1 RACK re: A
track fron n paint nt ot near i
ri..' ..- | Groenwl '? .-?"? t, through Ureos
? ich Btn e< Ninth Avenu :
10 1 ?til SI?' el . tl en, ,. ? ?
r
? ? . .
Al "3'i I i
ordi r t'? pi,,i le for ? r. - - tth Avenue
. m ,
' ?
? : . ' . ?
' ' i injf
?Una of not *?.???-?? iir;j |we
era.
Int ?>n Eighth Averno st sr asa
lljth Btroet lo n point *t or ne*
? ? ? -'re..| to a
? . , .
lur stru, lurea may be 4? ? ?
I the ?/ be
, , ,,
loiatlng or r ... , . ??,.
and known
?r.-?. and the * ? '""*
? rut ?
und
I'l-al train.? ? . IhOtT
? , .... , ?r,| ,,.,i?nn
t>lai ? roen < pota) , ?asp I ? ? on
itructed <?n the preeenl level
object ?.f the afar lea M *pi>iP*'ion i* to
.? ????mnilaefonaia
aha >?'.,*','? ?!? ?? .-???? r ? the
? ? ?
-, : ot i i a
?? taken lo .??'I Appellate Dlvli on "?
?? on.
ahlch report, if In favo? of tha i ? - ? r i-? ion
.nl operation of t-riit addiUonal tra? o? trashs
lea ?.ii 1 Mai *?-?>? ? 'on, ?
any will a that It ? ? i. when.
ronflrnned by 1 :' ' of "',*'
? di the Un?,
,: ?aid I
New York, Februa? t ??th 1*.*.
MANHATTAN RAILWAY COMPART.
JAME - U 01 A? KENB1 BH,
Attorney. Ill Broadwap, New Tork ' Ity
LIMITED PARTNERSHIP.
SIMON ASCHER ft ?COMPANT.
W***, Oserai A Harris Jallea '. Hants and
llmon As t.avln-/
I ti ?h?,
iroviiions of tl ? ""oneolldated Laws o* ths
N? ?v Tork, do hereby a
? Ich ?aid par' ?
? .
" and U?e county wh? re the i
:-i' ?. of busltn - '
.-. York ii the Itati
-. ! , ' ?i\ tn?: r'-neral nature of th? hua! ?
neee Inteaded to he transact ad by ?aid partaei
ihip li tha manufad
a;. l ,.i other kind* at araarlaa app?tai.
Tiurd?That the aamweof nil the eeaaeal a???i
rpeclsl partnei I therein and l
reap? -tl?' " e are h?i f
Oofgo A. Ban , a ? resides at Ko. SIS >?>??
tro? t. ?3orough of Manhattan
New York, .-?ate M BWU Y.ik ??nd
j,. u a Harria abo i I ' '?,-" w
llltl. Street, B 'rough of 1 '
New Tork, State m Mow Tork.
are tl?, and
^.r.?-0ll Al St Hbtel A
Boroush of Manhattan. Cltp ut Now Torna.
(,; New ?i
Is tha ?pedal pal ?* r.
All of t?r ! pera? na .ire of f ..1 *?e
Fourth-That the ?aid ?petal i?rtn. r
A?" ?.er. has contribu??''! tha aun?
fifty thou ? ? to th?
common I f the
.'??.!?: that the tir:... i,' which ?.n limited
dp ?? lo i ? gis
ISM, an ! i ' time at *
limited partnership la to et.d 1? the Mat ???> o[
Ot ember, lui-..
Dated, thla fTth day of Januaiy, |St4
In preaen.-o of;
HKR
'.1 ORGE ?>. HAB
JULIAN A HARRI
State of New I :. . : N ?
Tork, I
- ( ? isry, | SI 4, bel
ipMarad 0sorge A. Harria JallM *
? kaowB SB !
to me to te i nie.i lu an :
wn ? ssoewted the : ,r^K"::.?{ Inatruweat, and
?i^y ssvsrallp duty sckn*?wlodj?(od to ?
tl.ey SSOOatOd ; toff l1.?. it-ea al. 1 ? U
poaee thersla enpreoeed
LSeaJ.l MAX SP1TEBL, Notary l I
Nea \ N "
Plate sf Kew York. ? Ity und County of N-w
T? ri-. ? ?
A. 1 larri?, botag duly BS
i , i of ths general partner! n.nn'1 In the
foregnin? ?-eiiin.-aie of ?Imitad
The sum MseHsd in ..ail eortldeata ?>? h?\e
tad to the ' of ii ?
limited partaoraats et Simes Aael er .?. i i
pai,y by glasea kseher, the apectal
therein named, io wit: One bundn
thousand iSlSS.esO) dollars has I
sad in s?"?'! faith p?id in cash to aaid eoaaasa
?t'K-k by ??M ap?ela, ??umr
RGB A it ?nuts
Hw.iin to l?efora ma this 6th day Of I PtU
pry, mn
[I eel I MAX M" i. Notary I*uMlv
New Voik Coi.iitv N T.

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