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8 , THE SUN, SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1899. j BROOKLYNS PLAY A DRAW. DAItKSESS STOPS A Vi-INXIXQ a AM IS AT ST. l.OVIH. New Tnrks Shut Out the l.oulnvllles -Hostnn lllnnks L'lnrlnnntl nnd Washington If hltevr nshes ( litcaxo -llnltlmnre Hrtlrri Cleveland Without Rons-Quakers Lose. llrooklvn plard a rlrsw of twohe Innlnes With St. Ixmls yestordiw. diukneaa puttine an end to the haltle In four of the otlinr Leasun I ,. iraines the losom were whltowaahod. Now B j York blanked l.oiilivllle. ItoMon treated Cln- 'cinnatl similarly. Washington nhut Chicago , out and the Baltimore", retired tho Cleveland ' without a run. The Bontona have a clear tltlo to third ilsco New York passed Louisville ! aealn. The results: I Jirooklrn, n, Bt. I.onls a New York, .1, Loulsillle, 0. Huston, A, Cincinnati, 0. Baltimore, 12. Cleveland, 0 Washington. 2; Chicago, 0 1 nttsburg, 7; Pailadalphla, , THE IiEConti. ' I'tr Ptr Clnhl. irin I.itt. C'nl. Cluhi. Won. Loll. Ctnl. nrnoklrn 1 10 Ton rialtimnre ih je ,R2 Rt. Louis .22 11 ,(W7 New York .12 20 .17.'. F niton .21 12 rlAA I nulstllle 14 21 .3il4 hllartlp'a2n in ,on Pittsburg .12 21 ,n l hicsiin. .211 14 .'.HI Washington 1 1 21 .124 1 Cincinnati I" n .f'"l Cleveland 7 23 .23 III100KMN. il, BT LOUIS, It. ' Br Lotus, May 2l - A battle of pitchers that Blight have endured Indefinitely eae for dark ,i neSRenthtii-ecl tho fan here to-day and found '' IJrooklynand thehometeam, the leaders In the rennant race, tied at II to 3 nt the end of twelve Innings. Powell and Dunn were on the twirl ing rubber, the latter doing the better work. Bten7el vent to flrnt on balln In the first Inning , and was batted home, hoorlng a tally. Casey i walked to first, thllds missed Heeler's fly and Casey ratno home on some snall , like plavs by the Infield Teheau was at 1 abort, giving MeKean a rnst. but this did not help matters No runs were scored until the ninth, hut a great row aroe over a decision In th eighth Iteldrlcu hit clear Into the right bleacher'. It looked good for a home run, but , . n "sun god '' tOhed tho ball to Keeler and Ileldrlck only got to second. O'Dar would not allow the home run. In the ninth Tebeau hit for two. lllakn sacrificed, and Powell scuta skimmer by Dalilon. bringing Tebeau home Dunn wnlked. Keeler hit safe, Kelley started on balls and Dahlen drue tocontre, bringing In two men and tlclne the score. In the I tenth llrooklyn refused to goon until Tebeau , and the police had denied tint diamond of fans ' who came In to protest against O'Day's Held- I ' rick decision Kennedy twisted the sphere in the last inning The game was repleto with good work. Including Rome brilliant base run ning and stealing In the ninth McOarr'sde 1 els'on calling Dunn safe at second on a beauti ful throw byCrlgerwns disputed, aim a huge liowl went UP nhen O Day said' Keeler was all right at home. The ball had been fielded to i x rriger.and a lolcnt collision between hlmand Keeler followed, in which both bit the dust. The score" ! BBOOSLTf. ST. LOll. I b. k. m. a. r n. u, ro. a. k. Casey. Sh 10 0 4 1 8tc nrel. If 2 O 4 O O ' Keeler. rf .1 I 4 o o o (nnnor.lho 2 11 0 0 Kelley, If .. o a r. o u lleidrlcli, rf o 4000 Sahlen. m o 1 11 11 Cilgi r, c. o n .1 1 o Anderson.cfo 020 1 Chllds, 2b o o 1 1 I 1 JlcOann.lb.O ci 17 11 O Wallace ab O I) 4 4 0 Dill . 2b U12 4 o Tebeau, as ..1 2 8 4 2 Farrell. c . O 1 0 1 O niake, cf O n 7 0 o Dunn p. ii o o 4 i) Powell, p .02110 lonos 100 00 - Kennedy, p o o o o o Totals 3 10 Still s Totals , 3 H ml IK 2 j "Halted for Dunn in the ninth inning. Brooklyn. 1 00 11 0000200 0 a Bt. I.ouis 1 ii I 11 o o o o 1 o o o a Two base hit- Ileidrirk. Sacrifice hits- Stenzel, , Hcidrlck, Make Hrt bane on balls-Oil Powell, il, I , off Dunn, .'I. Double pla Dahlon and MiOann. I Btruck out Ily Powell, 2, 1 Dilnu. 1, by Ki nnedy. 1 rltnlcn laea -Mteuel, Ueldrlck i2), Dakleo. Ca- 1 pey, Anderson, Daly, lTnipJre O'Day and McOarr. Time- 3 houra and ir, mtnates. Attendmuce 3,000, I ( NKW YORK. 3; LOUlSVlLI.r. 0. Louirmi i.e. May 'JO. New York took revenge on Louievllle to-day dv returning the compll- l went of ashut-out. Tho game was won in the tlrst two Inning", when the visitors touched up Cunningham for half of thoir total number of hits. The Colonels could do nothing with Car rick, who waa effcctUo and steady at every stage of the game. (Ileason and Davis, by fast work, cut down inanya promising hit around 1 second base The visitors started catting Cun ningham viciously. nn Hnltren led of! with a double down the right-field foul line Grady ," dropped one back of first and Van scored on i t Wilson's grounder to first. In the second " Ilartman led off with n single to centre. Fos- JL ter singled to left. Carrlck struck out and Ynn i JIaltreu filed to centre, but Grady's double , ,' brought in two. The score: HFW TORK. L0CUV1LI.K. ( i h h. ro. a i. b. h. ro. i.. J ' T.HaHren.cfl 1 !i o o.IIoy. cf ...02700 , Qrady, c. o 4 2 2 n Clarke, If 0 0 2 0 0 ilon.lb. 0 18 0 u Rltrhey, b 0 2 2 2 0 Davi, , 0 1 n B o Wagner, nb o o 1 0 o I it Oleaon,2b..O 2 4 3 0 Decker, lb 0 2 10 0 O I O'Urlen. If. .0 o 2 o 0 Woods, 21 o 0 2 4 o 1 fi Hartmun.sb.l 1 1 2 o Deiter. rf. o o o 1 o i C Jonter. rf 1110 o Kittrtdge, c o o 8 o o I i Oarrick, p. o 1 o 2 ocun'ham.p 0 0 0 2 0 I ! 1 Totals . ..112 27 12 0 Totals o il 27 R O I B Kew York 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-3 I J J,oul"llle . ooooooooo-o it Left onbafes I.oulsllle, .1, ew York, 7. htyuck 4 out By Cuumnubam, 1. by Cariick, 1. Two-base J bits Van Ualtrin, (Irady, Itltcbey, Stolen liase J Toster. Double play Oleason. Davia and Wilson. P Umpires Kznslle and McDonald. Time 1 hour and I 0 minutes. Atttndance 2,000. a 1 BOSTON, tl CINCINNATI, 0, v 'i Oicivnati, May 2D. The Cinrinnatls were ileeld- I sdly weak at the bat to day, and although Illck man was Houiewh,it wild they failed to score, and ' Mcured but three scattered bits, Not a Red got as ) far as third base llkkman reieUad excellent sup port. The scon-- j IXCINMATI . BOSTON. I R. 11. 10. A. K. R. II, pn. A, K, ' Blbsch. cf. ci 1 .1 ft o Rtabl. rf t a 1 o 0 J Smith, If 0 0 2 0 1 Tenney, lb 0 0 1 1 0 0 3, Mackler, lb n 111) O O Iong. as .118 2 0 i I Btclnt'lilt.bo n n :i o I'olhus, nb l 2 :t 2 o i 3 Corcoran, as 0 o o o Duffy, If. 1 l :i o o : Hlller.rf n 1 3 o oioe.2b .13 2 7 1 f Mri'hes.Sb. o o l 2 n Stafford, cf. 1 1 H 0 o nh Pelt?, c . o O 4 o o Clark, c 01120 , Uabu, p.. 0 0 10 0 lltckiiian, p.O 0000 f Totals ,0 8 24 11 l! Totals e 12 27 13 T ' Cincinnati onnooono o o t Uoston .10011003 a Two-base bits Lonir. Collins. Lowe, Glark, Duffy, : Throe-base hlU-htabl (.'), Collins (J). Stolen bases ' , Selbaeh, stabl Houble plnj s Long and Tenneyj 1 Lowe ana 'Unnew First base 011 balls Off lllck- , man, 2 lilt by pitcher bteinMdt, lieckley Struck out By lllclmnii, 1, by Uabn, 3 I,eft on bases I I Cincinnati. 4, Boston, 0. Urst base on error Clu K 1 ttlnnati t'mplres Hunt and Conuolt), Time 1 t hour aud 40 minutes, 1. , ' BALT1M0KC. 12; ClrVELANn, 0. . 1 CiivrLAn, O., May 2(1. Budhoff aud Enepper 1 , X Were batted all 01 ar the lot 10-da by MeUraw'a t warriors, who won aa they pleased. Th score. j CIEVHA'.n BALTIMOUK. 1 n 11. po. a. r. r. 11. vo. a. r. Dowd. cf . o 1 a o 0 Mcflraw, 3b.2 20411 t , M'.Mlister.lf 0 11 2 o 0 Holmes if 1 n 3 0 0 On. mi, 2b 'l 2 1 ,1 Ollrudle.rf ..O 8 2 0 0 " Cross 8b. u o 3 0 1 Bhe kard. rt.o 2 2 n 0 ' JKkhead.sao 1 H 1 1 Kelter. ss. 12 2 4 0 yiminer c, o o 4 1 11 I.achanre.lb'l 11 10 o o r , Tucker, lb o 1 r, o OOllrieu, 2b II o 4 II (I j ! BullUsn. rf o 1 2 o o l(oblnon, c 3 2 4 10 I- BndhoS", p 0 o 0 1 o Crisliam, c o n o o o B f hnepper, p o o o 1 o Kitson, p 1 2 0 0 0 II I Miller, p . 1 o ii l o 1 . & Totals,, o e2tl 7 2 g ' Totals,. 12 1H27 13 0 ? I- 'McGraw hit by batted ball. 1 Clei eland . 00 0 0000 0 00 B ialtimire 0 0220420 2 1J S 1'irst base on errors Ualtlmore, 2. Left on bsses K Cleelaml, H. Ualtlmore, 10. Three. base hu rt lioliocs Iwo.base hit Lachance. Double plaja (ft oulnn, lickhead and Tucker. Miller. O'llrien and . , A Lachance. Tirst base en balls OB Hudhoff, 4, off B. Knepper. 2, off Kitson. 2, off Miller, 1 Struck out If. Di huilhofl, I; bj hiieppcr, 2 by Kitson, 3. by Mil. m ' r ler, 1. Stolen bases Dowd, Mittraw, Holmes, Kt Is ft, ter, Kitson, Lachani e passed ball Zlmmer Um. , plro-Kinlth and Durns, lune 1 hour and 4ri B, raluutes, M i riTTsst'iio, 7, run AnEiruiA, 5, T l l'liTSBt'RO, Ma 20. FIQeld received a sever I If I dnibbing to da, but Philadelphia fielded In cham- fp I plonahlp style and ket the score down In spite of H & the eliigging the score ririsBUiui. rnii.AorLiBiA S p ii ii. ro. a. r ' r. u. ro. a. r. W' m Donovan, rf 1 j o o o Thomas, cf, 1 0 .' o o B W McCarthy.lf 2 I r o (iCo.ilej. lb o o ir o o It R- McCreery.cf.l l 1 o o Chiles, If 12 0 0 0 F K, Milllaras.ab 13 2 4 1 I.sjote. 2b 2 1 2 4 1 i M I Clark. Ih 1 1 ir, o Ol'luk.rf 112 0 0 1 f T Itowerm'n.c O 1 8 o o Lauder, 8b o o 1 4 0 ft I Iteitr. 2b 1 2 1 it Olloiulass.c 0 2 0 10 ' S, Fly, ss ,0 1 O ft 1 Crn.s, sa il 1 2 fi O , . V ', hlnes. p u 3 o 1 oilfield, p. o o o l o ft . Tannehllt.p o u u n u Delehanty 0 0 il o n t" l Wcrarland.o O o o o ' K Totals 7 14 27 I'l 2 , i t Totals r. 7 24 If. 1 ' jf f "Dclehant batted for Thomsa and McFarland for . a J Conley In the ninth inning, k I Httsburg. . 0 3 a 1 1 o I o -7 ! Phlladelphu , O o u 0 o I 2 2 0-6 'j j; Stolen bases-1 ross. McCarthy, Donoan. Ralti, I ; ; Douglass Two base hits- Wllllsms, Uc('reer, Iji is Joie lhree base hlts-KI), Donovan Sacrifice hit ' j ' McCarthj Double pla) louder. Cross and C'oolej j , Btruck out-Hi llhints. 1 first bssn on balls Off , i ltlilnes, i on Klflelil, 4 lilt by Pitcher-Flli k, . ' Clark. Diuplres-tlattiio and Andrews. Attendam e g 1 -I,.',iki lune 2 hours ami 10 nunutrs. t P , w UIIIMlIO, J rill! AOO, 0 i ntrAi,o Mar 2it McFarland pitched gilt edged I? 1 all for the rVnaturs today and managed to keen ' , I tbe sli hits made oft his delivery well scattered, V Taylor did excellent work, but received poor sup. Ii , It pert, and aa a result Washington shut cut Chicago. Attendance nOO. The scores CRKAIIO. I WASBTHOTOH. r, h, po. a. e.I a. n. ro. a- Ryan, If o n 2 o o81gle, cf . o o 2 p o Oreen, rf n 1 o o o Mercar, b 1 o 1 1 1 Wolt'rt'n.ado 18 4 1 Ronncr, 2b .1 0 2 fl 1 Inge.cf o 1 8 1 o'Cassldy, lb 0 1 In 1 o K.isritt. lb o out u o.Mululre.o o 0 1 1 o Dniioiit.ss o 1 o a I) Freeman, rf 0 o I 0 n Mcc'nrk,2bo 1 n 4 o Padden, sa o 1 4 2 o Chance, c. 0 1 6 O o McFrrnd, po o o H o Taylor, p. 0 0 0 8 liO'Ilrlen, If 0 0 it O o Tolals M 27 14 "51 Totals, . .2 2 27 111 2 Cblcsgo . ,0 0000000 00 Wsblngton . . 00020000 o2 First base on errors-Chicago, 2i Washington, 2. Iftmi bsses -Chicago, 8. Krst base on halls-Off Mclarland, 3 Mruck out-Dy Taylor, 2, Tnobe hits wolterton Cassldy, sdden Hacrlllce hits -llnntier. Wolierlon, Lange, Kverltt, Daniontrevllle. Chance Stolen bases 1 aiue Chance Double plaj s Lauge and Welierton M-Firland. Cassldy and Tauileu lilt bypltcbei-lly McFarUnd, I. Passed balls UcOulre. 2. t'nipires-swartwood and ear ner. Time- 1 hour and 411 rainutt s. Atlnnllc Lrngiin, AT KIWARK. R. B. X. Kawark . 20002001 0-6 a 4 Patarson ..01000000 01 8 2 Dsllsrles-Logan and Roach, Ilowsn and Duncan. AT RCAniNU, R. U. K. Raadlnx .. 04106000 0-10 11 2 Wllkesbarre.. 00 0 0020002 l!atteries-Oar1n and Hnyaler. Voorhsss and Smith, AT UtlOABTIR. a n. x Lancaster! 0401180100 0-11 14 6 lUchmo'd-.' 4000031 too 1-12 1, 2 batteries- Schmidt, Miner and Wente, (Donotan and Hess. AT ALlXNTOWIt, a, n. x. Allentown 20080012 3-11 14 rt Bcranton 100000400 a 82 Dattarlet McOlnBts and UcMannsi Hodson and Thackera. Rastern League, AT ITBACIISX, SL I. Syraoust .... 00014002 07 11 6 Hartford. .. 04000OO0 0-4 9 4 BatUrlas Tillman and Williams, Johnson and Boyd, AT ROOBUTXR a. bt. x. Worcester 0O100000 1 2 72 Rochester 0 8 10 2 2 0 2 10 15 1 Batteries Vlau and Yesger, Decker and Snilnk. AT MORTRrAU r. n. . Toronto .00000000 0-0 2 O Uontreal 00100010 -2 88 batteries Alloway and Rockfuss, Bonders and Moran. New York State I.engue. At Rlnghamton Blnghamton, a. Utlca, 4. At Oswego Oswego, u, Schenectady, 4. At Cortland Cortland, ti. Rome, 4. At Auburn Auburn, 4, Albany, 3. Western I.engua dttnies. At Milwaukee Milwaukee, rt, Iluffalo, A. At Kansas City Kansss City, 10; Columbus, 8. At Bt.l'aul-M. Paul. 6, Detroit. 10. At Minneapolis Minneapolis, u, Indianapolis, 8, New England League, At Nswport Pawtucket. 6: Newport, 2. At Brockton Brockton, 0, Taunton, ft. At Buuth Boston Mancheater, 8. Cambridge, 6. At Portland Portland. ; Iwrence, 8. Connecticut Stnte League. At Norwich Norwich, ft: New Haven, n. " At New London -New London, 0, Bridgeport. O (forfeited). At Derby Derby, 7, Meriden, 6. At Bristol-Bristol, 6; Waterbury, 8, Other flumes. AT MIDDI XTOWH. B, H. . Wealeyan 00000002 24 6 Tufts 2 0 10 0 0 0 0 0-8 (J 4 Batteries Townsend and Inclis.CurTan and Kelly, AT J.XWTO. B.R. X. Tale 11000000 0-2 8 6 Newton 2O001OO0 882 Batteries Robertson and Snlllian, Dowd and Ms loney. At Vlllanova, a. Vlllanoia College, 16, Back nell rnlTersltv, . At Crotona Park Department of Bewers, Bronx, 2; Department of hewers, Manhattan, 20. At Carllale Dickinson, . Franklin and Marahall, 5. At Burlington University of Yermont, 6, Cuban X Giants, in naselmll flames To-Day. NATIONAL LXAOUr ANP AHXRICAR ASSOCIATION. New York at Louisville. Brooklyn at Bt. Louis, Boston at Cincinnati, Philadelphia at Pittsburg) Baltimore at Cleveland, W ashlngton at Chicago. rSTERU LEAODr. Toronto at Montreal, Hartford at Springfield; Worcester at Providence, Rochester at Byracnse. ATLANTIC LXAOCX. Paterson at Newark, Richmond at Laneaatan Bcranton at Allentown, lMlkesbarre at Reading. OTHF.n OAMKR. Harvard vs. Princeton, at Cambridge .Manhattan College ve. University of Pennsylvania, at Jasper Field. Phillips An clover Academy vs. Yale, at Andoter. Bt. John a College vs. University of Maryland, at Annapolia. l,atyette vs. Odumbts, at Kaston. Cnlte 1 States Military Cadets vs. Cornell, at West Folnt. Amherst vs. Wesleyan. at Amherst. Holy Cross vs. osorgetown, at Worcester. Carlisle Indian tichool is. Gettysburg, at Carlisle. Franklin and MarshalMs. Bucknell, at Lancaster. Fordham . Pennsylvania State College, at Ford Gailaudetvs. Western Maryland College, at Wash ington. Newark Academy vs. East Orange High School, at East Orange. Newark High School is Plngry School, at Newark, Montclalr High School vs. Montclair Military Arademj , at Montclalr. Pnmeum Preparatory Bchool vs. Stevens Prepara tory School, at Princeton. Uuleralty of Michigan vs. Chioago University, at Ann Arbor, Belts Academy vs. Waterbsry High Bchool, at Stamford maten Island O. O. vs. Knickerbocker A. C, at Lttlngton. Williams vs. St. John's Academy, at Wllllamstown, ColuinUanGlub vs. Knickerbocker F. C, at Pros pnit park. South Orange F. 0. is Montclalr A. 0., at South Orange Brooklyn Boys' nigh Bchool vs. Pratt institute, at Rrookh 11. Dickinson vs. Vlllanova, at Carlisle. Yale Freshrasn is. Princeton Freshmen, at Nsw Ua-eu. Rutgers Preparatory School vs. Erasmus Hall High School at Now Brunswick. Beton Hall is. Manbattanvllls A. A , at Bonth Orange Jew ork University vs. Rutgers, at Ohio Field. Crescent A. C. is. New York A. C , at Travers Island. Biown vs Dartmouth, at Providence. Bt. Francis's School of Brooklyn vs. Invlnclblss of Fordham College, at Fordham. Trinity vs Hamilton, at I'tlca. Manual Training Bchool vs. Jerssy City High Bchool. at Jersei City. Cnlnn 1 ii. Mlddlebury. at Schenectady. Polytechnic Preparatory School s, llrooklyn Latin School, at Brooklyn Orange A. 0. vs. Lehigh, at Orange Oval. Bronx High School is. Manhattan High Bchool, at Bronx Park Tyros of Fordham College vs. Bt John's Bchool, at Fordham Knickerbocker B. B. C. vs. Englswood T. 0., at Cloter. University of Vermont vs. Harvard seoond team, at Burlington. Morrlstown F. C. vs. Nassaua of Princeton, at Morristowu. Hollywood Inn vs. Fordham College Reserves, at Yonkers. Marions vs. Murray Hills, at Perth Amboy. Little Olants vs. Puritan A. O , at Newark. Brighton A. C. of Orange vs. Washington A. 0., at Montclalr. Uit.i sslng vs Roseland A. A., at Wataessing. Verona A. C. vs. Emeralds of Newark, at Verona. Orange B. 11. C. vs Nonpareil A. C. of Newark, at Orange, Morris High Bchool vs. Boys' nigh Bchool, at Oro tona Purk Hempstead Athletics vs. wantagh, at Long Island. I'ultcil States Battleship Indiana Bluejackets va. United States Marine Corps, at the nay yard. Cranford A. c. vs. Prudentials at Cranford. Borough laik vs. Monuuk A. C. at Borough Park. Adelphl Academy v a St. Francis College, at Adelphl Field. Triune A C. vs. Brookljn nelghta A. 0 . at Long Island. Sacred Heart Academy vs St. Ambrose Arademy, at the nav lard St Louis College v s, Psclllcs, at Jersey CUt. Irilngtou A, C, vs. North New York F, C. at Irvington, Gretupoint A. C. vs. Arlington, at Arlington. West Side Club vs St. Catherine's, atvveat llergen. Institute A. I., is. Little Falls, at Little Falls. Tarrytnwn vs. All Collegiate, at Tarrytown, I Buburbans vs. Commercials, at Crotona Park. Dewey A. C vs. Rlvlnginn F. C , at Long Island. star Athletiis vs Brooklyn F C, at Newark, Decoration Day Games Wanted, The following clubs want to srrsnge games for Decoration Davt Barnards A. M and P M.-Willlam Weldman.Siith avenue and Pai itlc street. Brooklyn. Neptune O . Greenville. N. J , A. M and P. M. John L. Cox, .1 Jackson place, Jersey city Prospect F. C -..M.andP M.,Ontof Town Joseph Schnepf, 871 Johnson avenue, Brooklyn Yale Oarsmen at Annapolis. Annapolis, May 20 -The elglit-oared crows of Yale and the naval cadets wore nut in their shells this afternoon practicing for the two-mile race on the Severn to-morrow afternoon. The cadets, having lost all their races this soason.are not as hopeful as Yalo. hut they expect to civn the sons of Kit a good rub. In weight it will be seen by the following ilguros that the visi tors have a decided advuntage, The crewa are ' Yale- t, Atkinson, tun J, Greenway, 172, .1, An chlncloss, IH7 4 Brock, IK2 5, Cross, 182. ll, Alcoit, 1KB 7 Mitchell, Int. K Cameron, 1111 cot swain. Chlttnideu, II.'. Jiaial Aiadrmy l.l'arkei, 142. 1, Freycr, lrt8. 3, Ibiiiitng. 1'IH 4, Jlutchlns, Iftl, r, vvilliams, irt.i, N, Frciuniit, ins, f, Gsiiium, Kx 8,Tlmmons, 1'IH. coxa sain, Bingham, V2. I NEWS OF THE WHEELMEN. IinlDOK AVTUORITIES BVnXtlT KO vi. as ron a mctct.r. vatii. The L. A. Vf. anil Good Iloads Association of Urnoklyn Call Upon Cyclists of the Greater City to Take Action flov. Koose velt Applies for L. A. XV. Membership. A meeting of representatives of the I. A. W. and of the Good Iloads Association of Drooklyn was held at tha L-. A. W. headquarters, lll'J Nassau atroet. yesterday afternoon to dlscusi the problem of the cycle path over tho bridge. Coiiitnlsslonor Bhea was not present. Aftor tho various plans wero discussed. It became apparent that a sentiment prevailed that It was useless to submit further plans only to have them picked to pieces, and that It was theduty of tho authorities to obtain plans from compe tent onglnoors, colne outside of the bridge de partment If tho engineers of that structure aro unable to supply what Is wanted. This brought matters to a focus, and the following was adoptod: Whtreai. No cyclist can at present cross the Brook lyn Bridge, except at peril to life or limb, aa In stanced by many serious accidents, and that further delay of action on the part of tho bridge authorities will result In loss of llfeor uvutllatlonof otherswho, for reasons of economy or convenience, wish to use the bicycle In crossing the bridge, and, further, as much delay Is laid to the fact that the cyclists have not yet submitted plans meeting with ths approval of the bridge engineer, therefore, be It Haohtd, That the united cyclists of Greater New York urge tho Bridge Commissioners to at ones se cure plana from the bridge engineer or other en gineer and begin construction of a cycle path across the Brooklyn Bridge, In order thai ciclists may cross at their convenience and In safety. The meeting adjourned to meet on June 7 at 4 o'clock, at tho same place, and It was voted that the Ilrldge Commtsslone r and en gineer, the city officials and all whoelmen In terested In the project would be Invited to nt tend. According to the reports of the New York Division of the I.. A. W.. tho roads In this vicinity are In good repair, but In need of rain. On I-ong Island, as up the Stato and In New Jorsoy. tlio dust is hoavy, but the cycle piths In tho territory beyond the bridge aro Inline condition. Cyclists should lay out their trips over those macadam roads which havo the lightest travel. Instead of taking the Mer rick road or the Roslyn turnpike, try Hillside avenito from Jamaica oast, running into tlm Jericho pike oast of Queens, or by the Bunken Meadow or Ilocky Illll road to Flushing. Ilny sldo and Wlllets 1'oliit, or tho Floral l'ark road to Little Neok or the Hyde l'ark road to Lake Success A new run over a road only lately completod and having light travel Is to turn to tbe right, a little less than a mile beyond Lake Success, running Into Itoslyn. The grades aro easy and much shade is found on this routo. Tho Jericho plka Is good, and from Jericho the run to Oyster Hay or to Hlcksvllle. Maasapequa and Babylon Is better than by tho Merrick road, with Its hoavy travel Much work has been done on tho Cross Island cycle path from Patchoguo to Tort Jefferson. After the next rain it will havo a thorough rolling and be in ovcentlon nliy fine shape. The nrentwood-Hmithtown patli la still kept up. and. while much narrower, and not as carefully surfaced. It makes a de lightful woodlaim trip and carries the cyclist away from the roadways through tho plno9. Among tho applications for membership in the L, A YV received during the week was ono from Gov. Thfodoro Roosevelt and one from William J, Youngs, private seoretary to the Governor. Besides the weekly jaunt of the Century Road Club, there will be an open century run under the auspices of the Prospent Wheolmeu. starting from the Bedford Fountain to-morrow morning. The regular division, paced by Tom Ward o' the Crescent Wheelmen, will start at tl o'clock, while the fast division, paced by W. H.Anderson of tho Century Wheelmen and J. Ilemnrest of ths Prospect Wheelmen. will leave at 8 o'clock. The routo will be to llath Beach, Coney Island, Itockaway (dinner), I.ynbrook, Hempstead, Jamaica and back to tho fountain. Regular club runs scheduled for to-morrow aro given below. Captains and secretaries of clubs should send their runs tor June and later to The Sun early next week. Club Start. Drtlinatton. BstterrW New York City Island. Bay Ridge A. C Brooklyn. .Bergen Point. BrookliuB. C Brooklyn ..Photigraphrun. Centaur w New York Rockaway. Century W New lork New Dorp. DefeiidcrW Brooklyn .allej stream. Evergreen W Brooklyn. Tottenvllle. Eureka W New York Rockaway. Fennia B C ... New York I.ynbrook. Foresters' W .. .. llrookljn .North Reach. Garnet W Brooklyn. "Blindrun." HowardW Brooklyn .Ainltyvllle. LantglroW New lork Bheepahead Bay. Macon W ......... Brooklyn .Hnguenot Beach. Madison W New York Tarrytovin. Manhattan B.C .. New Y'ork Highland Mills. Mecca V . . .. New York Coney Island. ameleW Brooklyn .Pleasure Bay. National A. C Brookljn .1 oney Island, Newport W New Y'ork. Ilossvllle. 8. 1. Pcnn Glenn W .... New York Ocean Side. PlaxaW Brooklyn -South Beach. Prospect W . New York. Century. Riverside W ... New York Far Rockaway. Royal Arcanum W.. New Y'ork. .Coney Island. St. George W . New Y'ork. Random run Tattan's Rough Riders New York. .Coney Island. Union ( ourse W ,. Brooklyn .Rockawav. Vigilant B C . . .. New York Lvnbrook. Waverly W Brooklyn ."Antique run." N0TEB. J II B. No. To ride In any L. A. W. race you must be registered with the Racing Board. Tho riders named use gears varying from do to 110. changing them according to the character of the race and the wind conditions. The American Cycle Association has been organ ized, with headuuaiters at 2008 Third avenue. The officers are: William Alfoiuo. President; Philip Bplna, Mcc President; Sol Dreyfuss. Treasurer, A. Di Mariano, Secretary. The association has secured the grounds of the Standard A. C. at Fair View sta tion. Guttenburg. N. J., aud proposes to lay out a five-lap track on which to hold Sunday races during tbe summer. Two hundred entries aro announced for th"go aa you please" double century of tho Grester New York wheelmen, which is to bo held on Jims 4. Tha course will be from Bedford Best to Oakdale, L I., and return, and over the route a second time Tha onl checking place will bs allay stieam on each trip, going and coming The ride will be practically a race from start to finish, as there are pries for the clubs and individuals who finish first at 100 snd 200 milts Entries close with the Captain of the Empire Stato Wheelmen, S. J, Roche, at tha clubhuuso, Jld Nostrand avtnue. Brooklyn. Tbe Madison Wheelmen will have an outing on July 9 at Glendalo Park. In the morning they will play a game of baaeball with the Lanlgiro Wheel men. The afternoon will be devoted to athletic snorts and wheel races. Ihe new extension to the Madison Club house will be finished about July 15. Preparing for tbe Crews at l'oughkcepsle. PounuEEsrsiE, May 20. Chairman Booth ot tho local Regatta Committee says that the Columbia crews will be the first to go In train ing on tha Hudson. Thoywill arrive on June 5. and will live at tho Wstterenu House on the Houtli road. Their boathouso, which Is a half mile from their quarters. Is ready for them. Hevoral members of the Poughkeepsle High land Rowing Association were in the city ysstor day and went ov or tho course. It has been do clded to leave It practically as It was two ears ago. Ahoatnouse Is being built at Highland for the University of Pennsylvania crews who are expected soon after the New Yorkers. Baseball Notes. The Brightens have May 80 open. Address N. Brickfield, 437 Cleveland street, Brooklyn, To-morrow afternoon tbe Genuine Cuban Giants will play the Jerasys at International Park, Jersey City. Owing to cancellation the Empires have May 24 opsn. Address Henry Adam, 1170 llalsey street, Brooklin. The Willows challenge all teams averaging 17 years. Address Charles Bwan, 812 Fort -seventh street, Brooklyn. To morrow's game on the Bt. George cricket ground will be between Jim O'llourke's Bridgeport aud the Uobokcu team. Tim Hurst will umpire the game at Weehawken to morrw between the West New York Field Club and the New London team of the Connecticut State league. The baseball team of the Seventh Regiment will play the auditor's office team or tha N. i.e. It. It. this afternoon at Van Cortlandt Park, Tho lattsr team is made up almost excluslv elv of ex- elleglaus. CAMnainur, May 211. Ths senlera won tie ass championship from ths sophomores rather easily on Soldiers' Field thlsatternuon by ascora of 18 to 2. The crowd was confined to the bleachers, and conse quently the demonstrations ot ths preliminary games were lacklug. PnlNciTox, May 2fl -The Tiger baseball team left town this afternoon for Cambridge, where tbey will meet Harvard to-monow in the game for the cham pionship between tke two universities. The univer sity freshman team will play their first big game of the season against Yale's freshmen at New Haven. The Orange Athletics will play the Lihlgh Univer sity to-day at tbe Orange Oval, aud on Decoration Dav with the Georgetown Uuiversity, two games, morning and afternoon. The nsw pitrher for tbe Orange team, Lawsou of the Lnlverslty of North Carolina will probably pitoh to-day and also Deco ration Day, Dawson comes North with a great repu tation. G, J, D'Arcy, manager of ths Tyros of Fordham, writes to 1 ur sun that his team was not defeated by the Adelphl Mldgeta on Wednesday, II ssrs that the Tyros played a picked team composed of mem hereof the first, second and third teams of Adephl Academy, and that only seven innings were played, and that the score at the end of that time was a tie, each team hav ing scored ten runs. At Jasper Field To-Oay at 3i34i, Ilasehall. University of Penn. vs. Manhattan College, Ait. STKKtt TOO MVCII FOR HOStVLVB. The Strong Man la Arrested After He Falls to Throw tha Animal. The attempt of Romulus, ths strong man, to wrestle and thraw two wltdUtoers at tho Wast Now York Field Club's grounds. Wee bawken, jesterdav afternoon, resulted In a fiasco. After tugging with one animal for more than an hour without success. Romulus was plaotd under nrrest by order ot Mayor John K. Otis In response to a complaint mads by George McCarthy. President of the 8. P. 0. A. The nrrest was timely. In that It camo to the rescue of tha strong man, who was prstty well exhausted. In fact, many thought that the stser should havo been apprehended In stead. Th era Iwore a brass band and about 1.000 ourlous spectators on hand when Romulus made his wuy to a circular pen forty-eight feet In dlamoter. which had been erected on the turf In front of the grand stand. The steers, that cam from Kansas, it was said, ware locked In a little lahed. the door ot which opened into the arena, Romulus, In llesh-c orsd tights and a slsoveless jersey, received some applaust, principally because ot his flno physique. He Is a Hiolllan and has been In the bull-wrestling business for somotimo. At 4:U:i o'clock the strong man took a flar ing red and yellow cape In hand and tho Ilrst steer was let loose. 'Ih animal did not rush out with fury, but sauntered fntth, chewing his cud and looking around nt the crowd. Tho band plated furiously, and Romulus waved tho cape. 'I ho steer lookeillnt him in apparent ninu7etnent. 1'or nearly ten minutes Romu lus did his best to excite the wrath of the steer, but to no avail. A ground attendant then got over the whitewashed fence and the steer made n rush at him. Then he turned upon Romulus and dashed at him, horns down. The latter, by tbe way. were swathed In ban dages and two big knobs protected tho ends. Romulus dodged behind a buffer placed about eighteen Inches from the edge ot the ring and escaped. After a half hour's work of this sort Romu lus grappled with the ster. II got his mus cular arms around his nsok and the crowd yelled In approval. II put one hand on the steer's under law and then, gripping on ot the horns'wlth the other, he slowly t wlsted the animal's head around, at the same lime trying to trip htm up with his leg. The steer's eyes clotjsd. but his teeth wero set and he stood up In spite of all Romulus could do. Tho man flnallylreleascd his hold and ran for ths butler. Ills shlnt were barked and he had a cut on his arm. He was covered with poreDlratlon and dust and gasped for breath. "Water! Water!" was theory of Romulus, and he got a pailful, Then alter another long wait he got tho steer by the horns again. Hut he could not mak him budge. It was halt Past fi o'clock and the crowd was tired. Sud denly a tall man with nv,Uuht hat rushed through the gate. Just at that moment there was an alarm of fire from a neighboring church boll and halt a bundled tolunteer fire men, who were wntehlng the "bullfight, skipped off to "run with the machine." Th man with the whlto lint held n hurried oonfali with n policeman and the latter mad a bee line for Romulus, who was outsld of the pn bathing his face and arms. "I want lou to stop this tight here!' said the oflluer. "Notvotl" replied the strong man. who climbed quickly Into tho pen and made a rush at the steer. "Uo In nfterlilm'" was ths advice of tho crowd to the policeman. Rut th latter was possessed of considerable wisdom and waited. Romulus again failed to throw the benst and was then placod under nrrest as he jumped behind tho buffer lie looked rather relieved as he walked to the dressing room preparatory to making a trip to the lockup. At last ac counts th steer was still In tho pen ready to tackle all comers. Manager of the Wisconsin Crew Visits Poughkeepale, Manager Lewis L. Alsted ot tho University of Wlsoonsln crew, which will compete with Cor nell. Columbia, and Pennsylvania nt Pouch keepsle next month, visited that city yesterday IncompunvwIthC K Lambert. Fred II Port meyer, and C (' Hughes of the Poughknepslu Highland Ron Ing Association, who hav cchargn of the local management of the regatta. Mana ger Alsted has engaged the Cannon houso. I ornnll's quarters for the past two years. In speaking of Wisconsin's chances ho said they Intended to he well looked after regarding boats. Ac A new Davy eight will be shipped direct toPoughkoepsle to meet the men, who will reach there about Juno ID. Last year, nt Baratoga, they were compelled to go from a three days' rldo on the cars to tho starting line and row. They lapped Cornell out for socond place. Ths work necessary for tha big regatta on June 20 and 27 Is being rapidly pushed to com pletion. Columbia's boathouse is all complete. Tho remaining nnei will be flnlshod by the first week In June Large posts have been placed every half mile along tho west side of the river, which arc plainly marked with tho distance on a largo disk, and a mllo has been slaked off. thus giving four miles straight for practice without passing the ferryhouse. uortnmnn'fi &ao&t. Jfportiamn'j. (Ooodr.'. DECORATION DAY Opens the outdoor season for vacations and sports. Are you prepared to enjoy your favorite sport? It's when you're away, ready to have a good time, that you appreciate what it is to be without the article you want or worse still, to have some inferior article that fails to give you satisfaction. Baseball, Tennis and Qolf Supplies, Bicycles and Bicycle Sundries, Uniform, and implements (or all sports. The Spalding trademark on what you purchase is a guarantee of quality. Insist upon Spalding's, and don't accept what is offered as "just as good." White Duck Trousers, ... Per pair, $1.00 White Duck Knickerbockers, . . Per pair, .50 Crash Caps, Each, .25 Navy Blue Worsted Serge Coats, . Each, 3.00 Cycling Breeches, Elegant Black and White Checks, Per pair, 1.50 Cycling Suits, $2.50, $3.50, $5.00 up to 10.00 Cycling Shoes, $1.00 1.50 SPECIAL College Striped Jerseys, . . Each, 1.00 Caps, Every Possible Style and Check, Each, .50 Leather Belts, Travellers' Sample Lines, Extra Floe, Each, .50 Cycling Hose, .... 25c, 50c. to 2.50 At downtown store only. Store oren until 0 o'clock. A. G. Spalding & Bros., SpaldingB.dweIl Co., 126, 128, 130 Nassau Street. 29, 31, 33 West -4 2d Street. Uptown store open evenings until 0 o'clock. Have you seen the new Wit patent Wkj "Wishbone" JK Bracket liF for "Search-Light" Bicycle Lanterns? Go to any denler's and examine it. BRIDGEPORT BRASS COMPANY, 19 Murray St., New York. FAPLF H wrm a good reputatiohIH Our New Double Rear Frame Construction is the result of scien tific study. RTnONf !:!.. LIOHTEIt. HANUbOUUlt ,. . . . . We build the IIkMcU road wheel whioh I fe safa to ride. Do not fall to examine It before Jp. R M,ro c0 ;u6 mtOADWAY. Ftctory Tornniitun, Conn. mcyaEOPPORTUNITY A lsrire iport order which has twen cancelled, owing To late delivery, will lie IH-.TAM.KD at KXl'OKT prices, and ou are iuvllr.l to take ad vantaueof the circumstance Ihe lot consists of aliont 2.0 Ladles' and dents' 1HB models of a nrst clan makeT 1UI' I'ANNOT .It'ltOK T1IK tVUKICI. lIVTIIKl'KIC'Ki OV MUST Si; KIT. 17.70. Open all day Saturday SKALLER, COIIN & CO., Exporters, OO Hlui O'J Ilroadnny, New York. 1JH0rXlitAlTn' -DeTdoplns, Printline, aud mounting, special rare, no delay, mall orders promptly Mlid DU'ATI'R PHOTO CO, 11 How. ard sl Kew lork The Chanrrs Are Very .Murh More Than favorable for filling j our hotel or hoarding houso with desirable patrons, if you place jour advertising In The Si'K'a columns, Alv, WE SELL BICYCLES Crawforda, Stearns, Wolfl-Amertoam, Kajtons, Darnei, Hunters, Alio the Favorite PREMO and VIVE CAMERAS AND EDISON PHONOGRAPH,. $tf DOWN I PER WEEK, or I'roportlonata Monthly Payments, so nnoAnwAT (Columbia Bldg ) um nnoAnwAT (Townsend llldg., :MhsU 187 MONTAMJK ST. (llrooklyu). Open Evenings Except "Uturdays Hsrlem-288 W, 125th st.-Open Every Etsning The Eunilalile General Proyifline Co "K. a. p. co.") KfcTAm.isnun i89i. Stiortjsmim'jJ (Sootl. portjmnn'ji (Sooto. 1 67 CORTLANDT ST. ...a stoiwss... pf I" HASSAUSTri j MAILoiinKRH iMjft4rCy;Z ...SPORTING GOODS... RARE OPPORTUNITIES UNTIL DECORATION DAY. . Fire-Ball Lamp. I The Ingcrsoll Gas Lamp, -IU, If qusrler price is the When nn'o tried all it, JFs2ftmi rnsrk nf a bargain, then the othel gas 'lamps, ,yCi. yM Rvityn this event l tha triumph found their hidden '"''. Pi tyiTh 1 I "f lamp ealr The I'lro f.iults and Iniperfec- yJtriIiT XOV L sL "s" '" a drawn limns lions, just before jou BUl" TtvRJ 53?i " Obk lamp, helh nickeled, have lust Nllh 1." fUftB T Gftrcfift Wt abonlutely without snider I lamps entirely, try an I jtULfeaM PI WtVeisT nd h" always been $2, Inifersoll. u'HOl'Ut aWjEOPimn T&k W tttJH bnl ,or Hatur- AS1FK11. We take the RlHji'RWlft iStOvSr da's sale, as risks, ynu take Drrfi viTJf" ITCffSa IgQSB long as they last, AQr I ,h" cnnifnrt. J Qg fijnjgl vaOMp 99 M. & W. LAMP . . . 1.19 CT Klectrle Stroke Pyramid Dell 10c I Eclipse Graphite, regular toe kind n o Now Departure Dell, worth RBc jh. Korsythn ljiinn llrai kl t. regular 2fo -m no Cnrkflrlr. I .t .ii. .7. . Ingcrsoll lMd.I. d Bsddlcs, worth ll.BO Mo lork (irlps.t est uuallty, pair 8e Hchraedir ulvrs . 10c Aluminum Hand rumps, brand new. . loo Strong Hteel rem h 10c BICYCLE SUITS. g IMITATION' (OVKUT CLOTH HClTrl. excel- rh 4 rQ stir. lent wear. Iinndsome iriKjds.. HtylMi cut. well worth ,n L .70 yf doulilo our prli'f. Haturdny .. ' I JrpjV'X Now nortmont of nil-wool Knits, In plaids nnd tf'O OO L L f)SJ chocks. Ilom-st coode. well niudo. Btllslily cut. h J.. 7U V X xV Actual mine M 00. Saturday's snip. . . T-"wl L rfW 100 Suits, strictly nil wool. In tlio ery nnwest dMena of P 1 CJ olieckfl. plaids, mixtures and genuine tan covert cloth, N ) Hweliost styles, superbly finished. Ilonestlv ou ft" A OO A 1 can't got more real suit alue for $10 00 hatur- rh'VO h I day's sain . . ... . T "w -fl 1 TllOI'Sr.riS All tho odds and ends of last week's sale and Sfci y& several now assortments of hicycle trousers hao 4 1Q wf Vm been placed In ono lot for Saturday. Ueforo they J) I ,7 W w . were bargains at $100. 'J.0O nnd $'.'.50: now. . TM" Wi Sweaters. X Jerseys. J&& BOYS' ALL-WOOL SWEATER, ff FIN1! COTTON JnTlRI'.YH. In , , ., . r'TJv white, nny, maroon and black in white, navy, maroon and Jzf l'nt colors, perfect fit to black, plain mid striped, roll or ffiSsaa.t Worth just doulilo our OOC cape collar. Last chance CQ A m ' "llc',0, Saturday Zj Z h j Jt With nthlctcs' pnuts to 7r fSjl ? nintch, per suit ' J MFVS WFATFR all cnlnr- I "jA 1 F I COl.LrrH', ,li;RSKY8 of tlin very mtlN : bf.AlLK, ail colors, ijl I7 finest woislcd. in all the combl- plain roll, cape and turtle-neck Q(S iar nation colois Willi the now "J1. enlhr- strictlv all wool full fash- Tt?i. s. . -"W Inch college (.tripe. Roanrulow of collars, siricny an wool, luniisn Krr'' r price, you can't eet n better loned sleeves. Value up 70 tvWsT'W unrtuant. whllo jou t i QQ to $2.50; Larly Saturday, 7t fri i.jajlnstf mint liae nn to lm J)l.70 ' "" ' "In thi'swini."onlv t Cycle and GolFHose. BICYCLE SHOES." A phenomenal bargain in all wool Dlcyclti and (lolf Hose, with fancy ,. f. ... - -- S . tips and plain legs of all colore It lltS well, this H.09 vj, .-, Every patr Is In a choice pat- rr Shoe, and it wears and oS? ffi """ J tern nnd worth fully 7r,c. yvflrvnlc .11 Vv aZJ Tl bale price, per pair .7Ci00kS well, too. fWjXjgy A Other Uose -Special Bargains at ' Hlch cut. calfskin. - SSV' M .worth $'.' fttl-ouly 100 "Ty ihmii'IT 3?c,48ct 59c, 69c & 89c'ftalr9. ln.V.lla 0. mCf A fUr-liour anlo of Ilo-I'eep nnd Foro Cnmersi nt n special discount of 30 per cent, off list price, on Saturday. For those who want a OOOD, low- A M priced wheel we liavn one handsome, a B stroncnndspeedy.wttlithopopulartwo- il . . II M la TT1 afn Piece lianuor nnd up-to-date in every fe. T A aTtt sk sfA Bill iutall. Wo mmln It; wo cuarantoe It. mf fl B Bffll aaSs JsWAJLsfli and this lot will hardly last throuch vl J- &J. Vj Monday at T T AND REMEMBER THIS: " Most any old store " is not an INGERSOLL STORE. Success breeds imitation. There are a number of skeletons "dressed" to look like our stores. Don't get twisted. REMEMBER OUR EXACT STREET NUMBERS! g 67 Cortlandt St. .sJM 1 I "Nassau St. - ' f Order your CRESCENT for j I DECORATION DAY j price will not be changed dur- AfNLiRM0DEls, $80 ing the season. ADULTS. We ihoold like to send you our Catalogue CHAIN MODELS, .. . 00 j X eontatalns "Cm. of tht Whttl." Prtt. JUVENILE MODOLS, aae $ Jj$ AG13NT8 isvEaUYWiusnis. (24-inch Whceli) . . 5siO S L WESTERN WHEEL WORKS, Makers, 36 Warren St., New York. W v X Hsl H iiiH Wheels are perhaps the most 4Wu H HBHI t afl H& ss remarkable product of the year. U, J jPBt HHW 2 H B KM pH They have always been sold at Ty HB jH Hj 2 T H H H L the lii'liest top-notch price L fi ssastfV lifalis X B HH L'sedbytheswellestoftlie'MOO" Tl WKL Wwk Hj H B H Now by discirditi a multiplicity of Bft H S sH H.n Hais. st'las anJ rl'ttii)pr the whole factory on HJH jkJM x HMV HHj but one model, it can be sold at a small v HHf l profit for $35 It's the bigfestJiS worth B T in New York. All sizes. Sold on Weekly Payments if desired. Henry C. Squires & Son, 20 Cortlandt St., 8o'" 't;1?l,.r""n ABOUT LAHPS. I There is one oil lamp that ap proaches perfection as years of j usage has proved. I '99 Model, M.&W. $1.25 I It lMnfMifumln .ze, l.tttiUn watght, ) irnituftrlcul In .1 entail, veil -enti Ute.l, with jnijiln ppacH for nerfoct 1 tnmbutit.n.i, dnt tleht tod wtud tight ItilocHunt etnokfl, M. & W. OAS, 51.95. ' 1 Some gas lamps are good, more are bad; play safe and buy the 1 leader of them all that's the M. I 8. W. 1.95, not J3 50. I The cenerator is scientifically con ' slnictKl All isai ernrratcil Is usfil In light, none ofit stastcit In heat With a full charcc Kill hum otrr tit a hours One itoiuul o( larbldo will 1 Kle 20 hours' Itstit IN. Y. SPORTING GOODS CO., I 61 Nassau Street, near Maiden Lane. I "CRESCENT - ORIENT lllcjilcs lii Muck No WnltlnE. Kusy I'nyincnts. No lint Tnpo. HERMES CYCLE CO., 181 I.H.IITII AX., ear I nth st ' 84 ;itl''.i:YCII ,4., Near litli st 'lUNDK-M I OK 8ALK Orient, 23 inch Uoulile .lla tnouit, irfrcl cnndlimu still iiniler makers' giiarsntee unmeillste posession C, II. JOHN Us, 330 Bridge st , BrooVlra. -I.OOK ATTIIIIMI LOOK AT THKMfu MONARCH, e pm CRAWFORD. w J9 , FEATHERSTONE, J (thon modki.s nrRiMi-isu iihesi m 4VsV"iTlier uret tithttrs," too. tisori thai loititvfiiie listi roliimtiin, istfiinn, Kemlncton, Mimiirrli, , Diiltnii, llrlvidera, Irfenlor, lrr .lohnsoli, I'lerre, 'rnri,rl, I l.lilrl.lKe. ICrlliiso, Unrtfonl, I'entliflistnnr, Tiger, Ac. CASH OR INSTALLMENTS. Old wheels tukrii In exchange, hecondhjanct Jlotiiita for suln henp. Sundries slauctf tered, Depurtinent store prlrea outdone. S, B, DAVEGA, 32 East 14th Ann 802 Third nv., nenr 40th. Until Mores Open Evenlnars. TMltEl, SI 4.'. each, new goods, no secondsraT ranted perfect. J. s. HUCKLEY. OH Warren st, aXhf Jurf. B rookly n J ockeyCI i ub Races. Mar 27. 2. so, 31, June 1. 3, 6, fl, 7, 8. 10. 15. II, 14, If, ttnj'ea KimIi l at 30 1". SI. Music by Ciinterno'a I'mumis i. ert llnnd. To-dii), Sutiirdii), "lnya7th, BROOKLYN HANDICAP, $10,000, KXl'KfTATlOX STAIii:s, IjCi.OOO. a ... ,VW'i h"''l M 'nfn' ",r,K " '2'1" 12 211 IJSO, w r,ni Mi.parliirrarai 1.08,1 m, I ',o' M IaieWlllTKIIAt.I hT V V .Ma I.Mlist. Ilmnllyn. err,l.'i.u 1 40 im. i jm i ,o..'(K), . .mi 1' M IIIIOOKI ' i'u.iK.. I.eair, HUOOKMK Iiiuuoe, Ms, Mil av. Llevatsat ana r. r. and C. I. U. U. ei.ry 6 miuutei. ''""