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JIIK 71 ASSOCIATION t Wlf1 r 1Air 1AirMore 1AILlIor 14IiorI
More orI Inlnrmntlon from Their Agents Con ConvlnrFt CUllIn ConsInc
vlnrFt sInc In Thrm ThfI Tlmt N NfW w UrcnnllMlon UrcnnllMlonWill OrllllUon OrllllUonWil
Will Wil Mot Wart Thli HrnsonHoilen HCooncn and anilIViignnr anelWnanr andVognir
IViignnr Make 1lnk > Conflicting Cunntna statement HtatrmcnliThe Hialmell Hialmellh statementThe
The h fact lar lhat Ihll the new American AmrlAn Association Associationban Assdallnbl
ban bl bs be b been n formally lurmnly organlied or < anlt by the rlecllon of ofuUlwrs o ouWfr olo1Ikmi
uWfr uUlwrs I Ii annoying t t1m a 1 minority mln ry nl ollhe the National NationalLeague NationalLeague a onal onalLAue
LAue League men but bullhe the leaders Iaderl nUll IUI maintain an air airof airnt
of confidence And ntt are free Ir to predict that their theirnw IbelrDW theirDew
nw DW rival rial will i not n begin l > iln the coming comlna wason aNn It I Is Isthe IsIhe Iithe
the consensus runnlu of opinion oplnl n that as a soon lon as Al the Asso Assodatlon AI Ae Aedathn
datlon promoters prumoIrl find Ind that they cannot complete completeIhe rmplle rmplleIhe
Ihe Eastern Faun end of ollhlr their circuit crculI by the addition additionof
of 0 either lber Washington W6lnlon or IroTlJence IrTldnr they will willmake wl wiltke
Ike make ke an official omral announcement Annunamnl that operations operationsore II rAllonl rAllonla
ore a suspended luspnde until unll next year when they Ih hopo hopotn bop
tn tJ t make a stronger Itnjor frtmL Irunl More information Inlormatlunwas Inlormatn Inlormatna
was a sent In East FAI yesterday 7etrday from Chicago ChIAO where wherethe Ihcro Ihcrote thcrothe
the te taaguta Illu iietret Irl cret agents alenls have been ben walcUng walcUngth walctlni walctlniJ watc1oint
t th 1 deliberations delbrallonl of Quin Qun McQraw Anwn AnmnI ft Cix CixTrue e eTe
I J j True Te to their tip published publsbd In TUB UR Suv SlN St of yes yesterday ye yetirday s stra ¬
terday tra Detroit Deln was wa found Ilund wanting wanlli at a Ibo lat Iaitmoment lall lall10mnl latmoment
10mnl moment and Louisville Lulnl was Wa substituted substlutd substlutdte At Atthe t tthe
the te Philadelphia rbladlphla meeting me o a letter letlr from T F J Navln Navlnwas Nattowal aln alna
was a read showing howln that tat the Association AuQlalln had no nowronger 10 10eronler nostronger
stronger eronler city rly from lrm a financial Inandol standpoint than thanDetroit tbonI thanDetroit
Detroit Iroll Hut lu In the te past two 110 weeks lh Ihe I 1011 1011iOlln League Leagueba aeue aeuehas
I has ba gotten iOlln In com 1m oms fine fn work ui pousibly pll through throughIhe throurhte
the te medium mllul of Frederick Ieerlck 1C I Stornl Stearns NO that thatNavln IhAHvln thatN6TIn
Navln has ha been bn called cali off The re substitution substitutiono substlullon
0 ci o < Louisville Iulmle Is not no considered cnadre a more miT calculated calculatedto roluat
to firmly rml bolster blstr the new ne circuit crl In the West es especially e eplly espedally ¬
pecially plly M a that lhl city cl7 has b bn been en a big loner 10lr in th thNational the tbeNationa theNational
National Nationa League Lae em eer since sic It I first frst secured curl memo membershlp memobrblp menrrhtp
brblp bershlp rhtp In I 1881 1801 Even with wlb a crack cack team In In1RB8 in189I
1RB8 10 And 1800 180 It I failed ale to 0 provide prldo dividends for forthe lorth forthe
the th backers bAckrs of the club who sold lold out ul bag Il and andbkggage anllblAi andbaggage
baggage blAi to nttsburg Ilsbur Louisville Luivie Is also ale situ situated Illu IlluI situate ¬
I ated ate so that thlt the lump from the other otlr Western Westerndtlcs WuIrn WuIrnI WesternHUes I
I HUes d el will 11 not be b so convenient cnvnlcn as If 1 Detroit Dlrol had hadremained IHIt hadrematied
1 I remained mahe In the circuit rrcull Accurding Arrlfln to tl the best bestInformation b5 b5mlormlion besthiuformation
Information mlormlion yesterday ellero Chicago CblAlo was tottering totteringThe lolnnl totter1n totter1nThe
The leagues ISllel agents OInIS reiterated rIIrAtl this last night nightand nllh nightant
and declared dedlr1 further Ilrlber that Anson had hA < admitted admittedto admlId
to friends Irlld that Iblt he h could rOlld not raise rall the necessary necessaryfunds nrMa nrMarUnl necesamyfunds
funds Upon Upn being bln elected President lhenl of the theAssociation IheAlolxallon theAcMC1atiofl
Association Alolxallon however hOlr Anso An ngreed n red to try Ir one onemore once oncemor onesmore
more to ralso roll the wind there and If I successful successfulhe Ilrrsul Ilrrsulhe
he would give out facts Ilrls and figures fgurel at another anothermeeting enotbrmetnl anothermeeting
meeting metnl of the new organization orglnl1410n to be b held bell at atLouisville alLulsl atLnuiehile
Louisville Lulsl Should Anson Anln decide to t throw tbr up uphi upbil upble
hi bil ble hands hlndl the whole scheme would Iould fall AI through throughfor through
for there IIr Is I no other ter available AI411ble city el In the th West Welilo WeliloIAkc to totake totake
take Chicagos ChIAIOS place placeTho placfbo pIeceThe
The absence 4bnr of Thomas McCarthy lcrAlb of ollhl the new newBnolcn nownrn newRcuqtcn
Bnolcn club from Ironllhe fr m the Chicago Chlrnln meeting mUnl meetln Is I regarded regardedas rArl
as significant It I Is I true lrlhat that he hlenl sent on his hl proxy proxybut prol prolbut proxybut
but the th League 1lguo agents lenl say so that he only nnl did did this thisit thi thixIt
it th this earnest sms request rtu of McGraw Mcraw The latter latterthreatened Illtr IlltrIblllnO latterthreatened
threatened IblllnO to throw everything frlblj overboard nerblrd on onMonday onIondl onMonday
Monday Iondl when hu he h found lOlnd that Detroit Detri had backed backedout blrkl backedut
out 111 ut and that McCarthy 1Arlh had not noilhown shown up lp Hut Hutwhen 11 Itutwhen
when the thlallrs thelattcrs letters proxy arrived the Baltimore Ittmore man mandecided manftldtllo mandecided
ftldtllo decided to stick tick lck n while bUe longer long It I Is I Ii asserted assertedIncidentally 1rl ertrd ertrdtncidentaliy
Incidentally Incdenlaly by b the leagues I Auel watchers that thlt Me MeOraw Ic Icfr tcHew
fr Hew has ha concluded olrudf In play pln out his h itring strin nnl iu < far faras IAra fara
as a a It I will wi go 0 but that it I wfll wftlnuttake Ill not nOlnk lake A great gAld greatdeal greatdealto deal dealto
to make him fly I lI tint 11 tIi white hl flag tl and aeree upon uponterms upontelnus
terms of peace with wlh Hanlon Ilnlon and ad Von ln Ilr tier hoist llorstMcfiraw lorst hoisttrrav upn upntprms
Mcfiraw Mtr hai poro bcen In advised Idll of the fact lat that before beforehis rwforhis Iore IorehIs
his Ainoclation A lnUon club rubca can make use of the Dolllnion DolllniongroumlH U6lmor llaltlniortrounub I
groumlH irolm1 rounub he will I have to defend dlel1 himself hll in I a pro protracted pr protracteti ¬
I tracted Iraclll battle In the courts rourt He 10 Isi j now nol convinced convincedthat ronllnld ronllnldI convincedthat
I that thll Hanlon nnlon Intends Int nr to 1050 so tie tl up Union Ivk IMk with withlegal wlh withlegal
legal 11111 cord rd tbat if Ilhe the League VljU6 team cannot rlnnol begin beginthe beginthe Iln IlnIJn
1 the season IJn there the he Association odaUun people ppl will wi b bkept b be bekept
kept klpl out of it t for at least le 1 a year P4r in which blb event eventMcOraw fntMtrnwa
McOraw Mtrnwa and OlJt his hl friends will wi either lhr have to build buildnew buildnlW buildnew
new nlW grounds grolnd or declare derue deciaeeverythlng everything evrlhlg off offSimultaneously oU5lmullnouly of ofSimultaneouudy
Simultaneously 5lmullnouly with wlh the statement that the thaAfwoclotlun IhaA theAMociatlon
Afwoclotlun A IJIAIn men want Washington WablnilCn for their eighth eighthcity eighthcity Ighthly
city ly come omr n proclamation prclmAU n from Soden Son of licwton licwtonthat luston lustonthlt ilmetonthat
< that thlt it I has bf been bn definitely dtnl l determined dt rmlN to start Iar the theLeague the1ezugue
League 111 circuit with wlh ten clubs cub Including icudig Baltimore Baltimoreand Iltllmor Baltimoreand
and 11 WnKhlnctcn nllngtcn Soden says IAY It I was M left to tl him himto himtl himto
tl to to deal dC1 with wlh the Wagner lnr and that they have re refuwd reo reolullodn refusod
fuwd lullodn to Idn do buslneM bllllM except on condition rondlton that they theyreceive Ih Ihpln theyreceive
receive pln 405lx for the ashlngton hlKlon franchise In Inadilition InMilon inadhitlon
adilition Milon to about ahlt tZO 27000 which whih they Ihe expect t 1 to torealize torCnhi7e
realize 111 from the theai said A of their players plaTf Soden So ID says saystliit MYI saysthat
that the League WM wa willing 11nl wtIiin to pay pa about aOu 125000 125000to O
to the Wagners WOlnrr but In view II of their exorbitant exorbitantileniaud norblla exorbitantderiauiq
ileniaud ClluL It I hit hM h been Iln decided dprdl to 0 let I them stay sla In Inlh InIhA Inth
lh IhA l 1111 iasu < ruo for Ihe two years eArs remaining rmanln but In Inspite InIpiA inof
spite IpiA rl wodens S1n statement IIAlrmnl the Wagners Wlgnn gave gavI out outan outan outan
an olOclal olcla piece of news yesterday yelprln at Washing Washingreduced W S Ihlnl achington
1 ton < that the lale Ieaume circuit hld had bton n flrluoly flrluolyrrp virtually virtuallyrNiulCPI
reduced rrp to eight igh clubs cub and AOI that their city dl bad bl been beenturned beenturned n nlunl
turned lunl over to the th Hasten JMlem League These Thpl con conHiding cunfltng conflieting
Hiding fltng views vie are ar not at all UltrnngA strange considering consldrlDI the themethods Ibemtlhl themethds
methods mtlhl > used uod by b the th magnate8 mAnlr6 these h6das days daysMeanwhile daysMeanwhile
Meanwhile 1lnwhlt the League clubs dub lA are r signing their theirplayers IhelrplerH theirplayers
players as fast lll as a possible 11 hi 1resldent lresldnt Young Youngadmit YoungIdml Youngadmit
Idml admit that Ihlt 60 6 per cent of last li years Yflrs stars strs have havaholding hae haen havebeen
been n r reengaged ngllt1 And thlt that Ib bllnnt balance Ir are mlrly merely
holdIn off for Increase In the time timeIhe timethe
holding boldlnl ol an InrrI pay pa fly I lme lmeIhe
Ihe Association dllon get gets Into real AI working order oder the theLeaguers IheIIurs theieaguers
Leaguers IIurs say Sl that Ihn them will 111 be I no first class classplayers cs classplayers
players left and Ind that Ihlt the new organization or nI11ton will willbe
be b compelled r mIPI to Invade InII Ihe minor mino leagues or 11 dig digup tlt tltup digup
up green ir n talent tAn to be b developed In due dUlm time One
fact Ilcl however bo r Is more flop prominent than thln others others
The formal organization orlsnlUol of Ihe Association A < cIton has haspland hA
I placed pllrpd an obstacle Qhslnc In the he way of an Immediate Immediatesession ImmeUls ImmeUlssslon immediateI
I session of the leagues 1lluel Circuit Committee Commi and a aconference aeonlr aconference
conference eonlr nrp of the Ih magnates Dgnlt1 as a whole hol Just Justwhen JusIh Justwhen
learned learnedInterest lonl when Ih n the Ih League men will wi get 1 together lOlelher cannot be b
CI Cli CliInterest
Interest In the Intersehotastle IntNchoatc chess ches tourna tournament loura lourament tournamerit ¬
ment seems to b be on the thllleae luarease Dr Moore Moorethe Mooretho Iore Iorethl
the thl referee announced yesterday that he hewould hewoul hewould
would woul offer otor a fourth prize In the Individual Individualrnoo Ildlldu1 Ildlldu1ra
rnoo ra Tao to consist of ola a handsome hlndlome chess ches outfit outfitThis oulll outfitThis
This caused cau ed the youngster ounistlrl having hlVll1 a chance chancofor ohancGlor chancefor
for It to play 110 thn thl game Ilme of their lives lves The Thetournament Thetourlmpnl Thetournument
tournament tourlmpnl will wi end tomorrow to morro afternoon alterDoD Of Oftha Ofthe Otthe
the four games yesterday e lerdIY only onl two Ie tw wore worefinished weretiuishrl erG erGnnhhrl
finished nnhhrl Tht The game Inmo left over oVP from Tuesday Tue Tueedayor dl
for or r adjudication nljudlcaton between bPween McKenna Columbia Columbla
Grammar Ormmlr and Schlueler schlnlrhDt De La L Snlla 11 Institute Institutewas Inotlule InotluleM
was M decided 111cllellln In favor of 011 tr trhulls the 0 former Th Tho roo roobult to tobUltC
hulls yesterday Yeshrlilf follow followIrryrr 10101 10101IU followJZltir
Irryrr IU and friuff nny Openings Irllg Jovf JovfrxMlnger Joe JoefAllnlr Mo MorAttllnrer
rxMlnger fAllnlr I h Srhlueter Rbllpler o French FrDeh Defenc Denr DetenceVermuonO 20 20renninonO 28rr
renninonO rr onO Itldder ldter I French Defence leDCe 1efenceMcKenns 23 23McKenn 23McKnDa
McKenn iHlcher E Fon Evan ans Onrabll limbitituohani 89 89Diehard
Diehard Ilcha T Tnenblm Tsnenbsucn nenb m QItioco Olloro Piano 1JaDo 80 80cljcmrii9l 61
S cljcmrii9l tdjonrtielThe cljcmrii9lThe luttlel luttlelTbe <
The record of the tournament tOlroment follow followVMl 1010wI 1010wIol followvon
VMl von ol ir II i L Keti < t4 r TT TTPaihi J fl f f1
laII Paihi 7 1 I D De L8tll Ia HAie Salle Init4K Init4KColumbiaQram4 It4 1nit4 c r rCnlumhI
ColumbiaQram4 Cllmbia CnlumhI Grm4 Oram4 4 Hamilton In Inut nt t tTliaso 2 i 7 74 741li
Tliaso 1li 181 o are the thelndlvlJuol Individual records recordsYuni rlcor recorulsVwiq < s sYI
Yuni Vwiq > II 1 r I I I Vitmi VitmiRicher 0 J 7r L
Richer fllf M McKenni McKenniTaiititiAum MeKonnej 1Kcnla
TaiititiAum TalhII11 SK 5 H i Kchlletr Sciulueter I 11 l 21 4 42
Itlddor 3 2 2Ulrhard I Feruition Feruition114 erllon al 3
Ulrhard Ilrba d 3 J < IW H iJeliraff Ie Ie liraI iraf 0 I 1
Kddlmwr 1Mln t 3 8 3h atti I ITlit
Tlit tti h iialrlng lAlrOI fir r tho final tnAI nst round rund tomorrow Dlorr w In I
Richard Rcha vi K Ulinuor fIUojor < McKenni cK111 vs Ferguson < ln lnf
f Tiueiibiuin 1nlbAul v n Richter Ilddor Hlchcrvi Hlcber v vi Sclilucter Ichluclt irhluctercoritln SclilucterAciordlnetonduspatch Ftll
Aciordlnetonduspatch colnllo coritln to a dupateh 118paleh rocolvrxl from Sho Shownlterln Shoownller Showfllfer
wnlterln wnller In thlteltv Ihll tll 011 city yesterday rp lcrdnlrrl from Genrgetown
Kv Iy ho h will iil accept thn thl proposition prno8110n Oporlllawni of Janowski Janowskitn Ianow k
tn jilny the Ihl ninteh Isllh for 1000 1000 a stile II Ie under the theauiplccsof Ihl theaUepicoi4
auiplccsof aUlplCPH 01 au 01 Knallshchoit Enllih lnIsh ch choa club and hn hI will
beireiidy bl ha reluly to toiin t ln Playon pilY iay on April Apri 7 or after wi the thnconclusion Ihnconcl1810n theconcttsIon
conclusion concl1810n pi or lli II ttio Iarlalouriiiiinont Inl liurie lolrnnrolt tournuimnont Hhownlter Hhownlterintpoilri HholAlllr HholAlllrIllpDI HtiowattertntpI
intpoilri IllpDI Kalllne ollni for Knglnnd Enlnn tho week oek following followlncth
th thl rite cnbte lflblt chess lhss match tnntchJulius Ineh InehJllh1 matchJulius < loloIlnl
Julius Jllh1 Finn InvI avn imothpr Innth r blindfold hlndahl slmultan slmultant elmultanpOU4
t pOU4 > out exhibition In an al Last 1all Kiile uhess ehls resort on
Ttiftduy XUII evcnlnu Ho again encountered
IY elenlnl a ateam AIpnr ateam
< encolllof1
team Ipnr of eight ilht players plapl nnd after nltlr a connIe hours hoursames honrnl hoursof
nl rlsv ho won four ames IDmp and In1 dro drow tour with It
1 liarbor Inrhr H I Lawrence II I erow Jlaroff and 8 81ranfurt 1
Harot I
Frankfurt FrankfurtJfvc l 1ranfurtew r11 lurt lurtw
Jfvc ew w York A t C Appnlnts 1111111 SubCommittees SubCommitteesIn SubConullleu SubConullleutl
In tl Manage Inlnl Spurt SplrU for flr tlin Ih Yrnr YrnrThe enr enrrho lr lrfhe
The firet Irt meeting Ielnl of ollhn thn now nol Board < of Goy Qovernors OOyerors Goyernors
ernors erors of tho Now ow York A C at which regular rcRtilarbusiness rlula regularhomIness
business was 108 transacted < adjourned odJonred at a Into
hour on Tuesday Tuelly night nllhl rrnvious Ir81lol to the meet ¬
leg Inl of the board tho Athlotlo Alblolo Committee Commitee met metnd metand metand
and nd decided decldel on the following lolowlnl subcommittees subcommitteesand Inbcommllees Inbcommlleesand
and delegate 111latcd to take tkl charge eharlA of thu Ihl sports lu luwhich luwhich Inwhich
which the club Is I Interested InterestedCOMMIT Inler081ld Inler081ldCOUUTTYr InterestedCOMMttiis
F FrcinrC clnlC E OM ho4bue bl cLrtuiaut Dr 0 I
lUniraond ImmoDd C C CurrsntUMiielf Crral Curren MAIII 44tn11e1 fr Hn Inw tttisw w and ild C C o
Ittertcn IttertcnSbootlraDinlel iterienSbootte rn rnsbonalDDI
SbootlraDinlel sbonalDDI Sbootte Dnlel I DraJloy Drdley chlrm chttrman lrnn n II A t
W Welrh lch and SIlO ad Chris Chr M I Meyer MejrerUmi Mere MereOII11tilaJJ MeyerLaui cl I
OII11tilaJJ Umi TennltiUlph Ii111 Hlokoi Ilokol chaIrman ch trmln W s K 1 1ItII
Oilleltand Oltett sod 0 M Ilelyra IlelyraItoItiRKtwlD ItelycaKosimutwin
ItoItiRKtwlD ItII YIlu 1 Ke Ken Keane nechMrmtu chlnnu chstruisu P O Smyth SmythCroscoiintryMortlmfrlllihoprlialrraanir RmrlhD
Intl D J 1 A Miller 11r Jr JrCrouCoiintryMorUter I
CroscoiintryMortlmfrlllihoprlialrraanir CroC CrouCoiintryMorUter < nlryIortlmr IlhoV Itlihop chaIrman t C
C Crer Carteren4Etwtn rter IDl n < lElwln E I wIn J f Ke Kean KeatiSwitnmlniret n nSvlnmlncrreil
Svlnmlncrreil S1ImmIDftre J Well WI ch chrmo rm n Chirles J 1
KlnlDeranclC KIntner An C K K KnohUucb KnohUucbHu KnobAucb KnobAucbubalI Jnohluchai4bll
Hu ubalI ai4bll < Ulll C t tuber bor chairman oblnaa M P lUlnin
in4 n II 11 118 H Lyons LronnBi LronShUD LyonskitlngMsmuel lalPI
Bi ShUD < kitlngMsmuel ilDirH miiel T Montgomery Arthur n Ke Keane n nmil
mil ne 1101e tone onje D I Phillips PhillipsOfllfl Phll PhillipsGolfI tan
Ofllfl UnlI A Curtis Curi chairman J 1 II I stead and In
Jtmei D Foot Fol
HEIEOATES HEIEOATESXstlnnil InlnA IETEflATIstInnal ts i itn
Xstlnnil tn Association AlorlUon of Amateur Oir Oarsnienoorg iaen i
D Fblltlps Iblil a and nd Clurlei Chale II I Hlnrrlll 8lall alternate ltemti ltemtiAthlftlcHowllnyr 1uI <
AthlftlcHowllnyr Albllc Athtetuc Dolli Dowllui Lr L LraueFret < ue uetrll Kreil Vlltiielr VlltiielrN Vilineirtitinsl hlelr hlelrtna I
N titinsl tlon tna l Lawn 1 Teunli Ainorlitlon AlorUonlaph AmeoelItionltlrh Itilnh HIcVoi
Yacht Yab JUclnir llcnl A AeociationMsrhew ocl ntAUonMarhw ilonMsrhew W ilronion Itroio ItroioAmateur roDon Ickol
Amateur Athletic lhlIC InionW 111101W D Curtis Clrl B 1irto rtow S
VTrexi eU mil DI Charles Cale U Bhcrilli Bhcrillilltrlrm Hherll tthertjllharlem lrwR lrwReU
harlem Ilrlem Powlnu Rowlnl AuaclatlonJ ocllolJ A Miller Jr K P
B arnold Tnold sat 1 Ri I J Ke KUDo KeinM4dl ne neMlitdH 1r E
MlitdH 11414 grate ll jistt ir tt At AoeatonDO ocIationDO Brarth E
P Itenold < and n1 K t I Keane KeaneTo Jfoe JfoeTo KeaneTo E
To Cure a Cold In On One Day Daylake Da DaTa DayTake
lake Ta Laxallv Luth promo Brmo Quinine Qunu Tabltt Tlbll All dru diiistl R
IY stl rnd ratnml te Lb moue money If I It ll tails to curl a W
f111l vs a signature U on el each la boi ao aoc 3k44 E
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They The Elect Yht Oflleeri ome and Show How low the thaOntnc theOftm theBum
Ontnc Bum Laws La Ar Operated UpernteilTha Oprltl OprltlTho OperatedThe
The second annual InnuII meeting msetol of tho League Itlue of ofAmerican ofAmrfcln ofAmerican
American Amrfcln Sportsmen Blrimn was Wil held yesterday at attho ottho atthe
tho Hotel Marlborough lrlborouah Ofilcer Onl er wore emote olnctetdreport olnelll olnelllrcprli emotereportit
report rcprli of delegates dflelote wore bubmlltodnnd lubmllodontnUor lubmllodontnUoroolrnmtlt tubrnittod and alter altoradjournment alteradjotirnmertt
adjournment oolrnmtlt the visiting I ltlna oftlcers oncer of tho thoLennuo thoIeliue thtoLesgue
Lennuo Ieliue wore dln dined lnl1 d nt the rooms rooml of the AMino AldlnoClub AMinoClub MulfnoClub
Club HporUmon from all al over tho Union Unionwore Unionoro Unionwere
wore oro present prl ent and nearly nrly every ever delpgata delpgataaddressed dllllnlo dllllnlonddreAo1 delugrttoaddressed
addressed the Ihl meeting meetnalhowlna showing how the thl game gnmnlaws IBmn IBmnInw gamelaws
laws woro working worklnl In tho States tHat from which whichthey viiehutheycanie hl1
they IhlY theycanie came clme They Thl all al made tho 10 trip at n their theirown theiron theirown
own expense nroDo come omt of thorn thor coming com In from fromWashington IromWnhlllon fromWashington
Washington Wnhlllon Wyoming Montana Mootnn Montrunaanul anil Virginia VirginiaAll lrIlnlo lrIlnloAl
All Al a are re earnest workers for their Ihtlr cause CIUAI run runthe fl1 and andtim
the Ihl meeting mttlnl WAS n very Iry enthusiastic InthuAlaslo affair affairthn Rlalr Rlalrth8 affairthe
bolus heartily applauded applaudedTh appltideulThe
the speakers Apokr heorty alplllllo alpllllloTht <
Th Tht The llrst IrMt business Lu lneHs transacted Irln81eled wa watu al tho refllec refllectlotiof r reIectimu llo
tlotiof 101 timu ollhl of theoldoflloorsas the old umoor umuors 18 as follow followIrestilvBl rolowl rolowlIrehlul followslrcEieut
IrestilvBl 0 O > Shields hI < I X Sue w York ork First Vice Vicerreniilvnt Vkelreeilunt k klrolihnllr
rreniilvnt lrolihnllr Dr C Uart Ual Merrtam WanMniitoti allltou I 1 Ci CiHeciiml CIcl1 Ctl4ecomul
Heciiml cl1 Vice Ir ice Pnililenl F ij H Tiotnp TbIIIIol Thnuuiomu on New V York YorkiThird YorkThird YorkThird
Third Vkelieildenl Irollonl W A Rlrhanls nkhlrd Waililnutou llllltol
1 JI Ci Fourth Vlcclmldent W V T Uornailsy 10rlll r lied Ueilfanl Uellor liedtori
fanl lor Park N Yi Y Fifth tih iftti VlcePreilleut lclrAIoul A A Ander Anderson Atilersot ¬
son 011 New Ne York ork Secretary Herrlar Arthur Arhnr F Illce Ile Taswlc TaswlcI
I N J Jfralrer Trraiiirer f I S 1 lly Hyatt U Nt ew York York1resldent YorkIreMldenl Yorklroldent
1resldent Shields then called caled for the thercports thercportsollho reports reportsof
of ollho the dolenatcs dole llts One of the most Interesting Interestingwas Inlrostn
was that nf A E 1ood the Leagues lelllos chief clilofto chlolwarden chiefwarden
11 warden 01 Ihl this Rial State II lie rlert1 referred Ireqully Irequllyto treqUtuntly treqUtuntlyto
to JoY Itoosevells IIoeeIII me message uBO to the Legislature Legislatureand Ilgl Iegisiaturand IRIUr IRIUrond
and In the main laln heartily herllv approved 11lrollhl the rucom rucominendatlonsof rucomninendatiotta
fuoom fuoommenltntloli
inendatlonsof menltntloli of the Chief lhlef Magistrate Ho I 0 wait waitparticularly waspartIcularly n nPltcularlr
particularly pleased that the Governor Ulvoror had hadealil hadeahl huttsaul
saul Pltcularlr that thlt he would Illaed ould abullnh nboldh the present prosnl Fish IlshGame 1lehiame Fishtiame
Game and Ind Forest ComuiUslon Crrhislon con cOOlstll contstlng lstlng uf uflive 1 orlive
live men and Rn appoint atpOlnllQltllac In ii Its place one ole Fish J18h Com Commissioner lor Cornmissioner ¬
missioner Ivo one < Game lme Commistloner COlnnlMllollr and one OIIAForest 01 01Joreat oneForest
Forest Joreat Commtsslonor Iond said IIIJ the present presenterstem Ires presentsystem nt nt8181em
system of appointing pulntlnl wardens waIns was T a farce farceThe lorceThe farceThis
The wardens hn h further lurhe said Aall receive rleelve rleelveo receivelwO
1200 a I year Y1 nndmlle and mleat mileae n ana dont begin to totarn totun toeSin
tarn tun o their thtlr salary In fact they dont attend atend to totheir I Itheir totheirduties
their theirduties duties dutlel The Governor OoTrnor tiovernorhas has hl said that the thawrong thewrong
wrong kind of men are occupying oceuprllK these theseposition thp thesopoelttone o
wronl position 011 They The should be b woodsmen wodmeD and not notmen 101 101Ipn notmen
men engaged enlld In various business hUlln ea enterprises tlterrl
Ipn 1 have hnt positive l01llhlprool proof that one man of olln the tI Forest ForestCommission torlst torlstCntmllsion ForestConomiselon
Commission Cntmllsion li I a lumber dealer delilr who cuts cutsIMXIOUO eutltooO cutetiOtQdJO
IMXIOUO feet nf spruco IrruCI and IWOUU 1001 shingles 8hln I Inar a ayear aycir
tooO year He 11 holds his position positon through Ibroth the Influ Influence 111t Influmonco ¬
ence onc of his bl brother brOlht who Is I a member m utbtr ol the HieLegislature II theLegislature
Legislature LlKlllllle 1 also flis IB know kn9 of a game warden wardenwho witruienwho lflen lflenwho
who Is II drawing rlwlol hlsl2UOa his 120 1200 a year IU lam and lud mileage mileagewho mll miIea miIeawho
who deliberately got ol out of thn IA II n way wa In order ordnrthat or orderthat Rr RrIhot
that a dllberal1 friend of his might mlht violate yin ate the th law II < by byrunning b brunnlnl byruntutng
running his dogs dOilhouMlnal dOilhouMlnalWhl hounding IhounilingWhile houndingWhile
runnlnl While Whl the Statue 81al1 s salaried 81larld wardens arleD are fall fallIOK lollInl falllog
log Inl to rerfeirm llrlnm their duty however hOIvpr con continued contlnud eontlnued ¬
tinued Mr lr Ioul the Leagues ualues ofllolals who whowork whoork whowork
work ork for I r the Ihl lore of sport are doing olnl grand grandwork KralH KralHork grandwork
work ork Our warden In Essex Elsl Bpn county < which In Includes Includ ineludes ¬
eludes clud the Adirondack Alrondlek nlon territory lerrlorYr reports that thatof Ihathe thathe
he ho has arrlled arrested nile nine mpl me for kllnl kilfIn Inmo amo ou out outof
01 season PI J who ho wore convleltd convletel nDllned soil lined a total tolnlot totalof
of 545 5f No suah luol report was over made by hlhe hlhe8latus the theBlatos theStattis
Blatos Fish Ih Gam Oamf and ant Forest orelt Commission CommissionHepnrts Commllrlon CommllrlonHerrts CommissionIteporte
Hepnrts were also alA mad by the following followingchief lolowlnl followingehtefucardeneoftheLeague
chief ehtefucardeneoftheLeague Herrts wardens nf the League Italph HIIIb I B Law Lawtnn Lawton
ton ion Connecticut Cnnneelcul H I 8 1 lay 1 MimaohusotU MimaohusotU1rof MUlahulotl MUlahulotlIrol
1rof Irol M I J Elrod Elro Montana 310ntlna A W Van an Saun SaunNew Raunew Saunew
New ew Jersey L 1 H I Iteutlnuor leutnlor Ohio hub W V K KMack J l ltIack
Mack Vormont ArIOnt Franklin rnnkln stearns Htar Virginia VirginiaJ irRlnla irRlnlaJ
J worth S Htargroom Hllrroom Wyoming Washington WahlDton and 11 II 1 F Wads Wadsworth WQdoll WQd Yailsworthu
oll In his hIl nnnual report r port President rrtlhlent Shields said saidthat 1 sridthat 11 11thallhe
that thallhe the League LIKue had a membership of 2327 2327an
an Increase of 151 U l over ole that tha of last year yearAgainst yearAgainst ear earAlnlnst
Against Alnlnst au organization OrinlZlon ol 11 1 State HIAI di divisions division I IIBlols ¬
visions IBlols last year the League now has 10 10Among WSew 19ew <
Sew ew York lelds leads earh I the 0 l1t list In Indhllu1 individual memo
berhlP bersliip It ha has jOO with lth 30 31 local wardens wardonsAmnna wardensAmong
Among the Ihl Leagues aau members are Gov GovRoosevelt GovROOBeyl Govfloocevelt
Roosevelt ROOBeyl of New Nel York ork Gov Johnston of ofAlabama of ofAlobomnjnr oiAlabama
Alabama Alobomnjnr Dr Seward HIad Webb obbl Warner Wnrn r Miller MillerIresiiient MillerJohn 1 I 1 r rJohn
John S Ile Ird turd R H CotH IT n 0 U Olmnn Oilman Oilmanlresident
Iresiiient Irelldn of Johns Johns Hopkins lopklnl University Unlv rstty Dr D Dand DB
B JnrrlD Jordmtu rrtI President Ant of ttnlord tanfori1 Un Unverslty Unversltyand ver811 ver811and
and William Wilam Drookfleld DrookfleldAt Drokfpld DrokfpldAt
At the Iht dinner lnnl last 11t oleht Ihrht cht the principal principalspeakers prlnclpll prlnclpllpeakl princIpalspeakers
speakers peakl were Congressman Cnnlmun John F t Laeey Lo ot otlow 0 0Iowa
low IOv and Ind erCongrsman elConire8smm John I Wise Wieeo of
Virginia now a resident of this city oltyKttiiJnn 01 01Bn cityJJItLIAflfl
KttiiJnn KttiiJnnJlcCreery Bn JJItLIAflflMcCreery U tl tlfcCreerT
JlcCreery Defeats nelu Threshlx In the th ClBs CI CITuurnoJ A ATourney ATourney
Tourney TourneyAlthough TuurnoJ TourneyAlthough
Although for half the came thing looked lookeddark loked lokeddark lookeddark
dark for Wurman C McCroery the Bt Bt Louis Loulibllllardlit Iouls Ioulsbllar Louisbihliardlet
bllllardlit bllar < I1 ho finally nnol struck llrcL his calt and de defeated defealed dofeated ¬
feated Charles Chalei Threshlo Threhlo of Boston BOiton In the class classA
A championship ehamplonlhlp tournament of the A A U Uot UotIhe at atthe atthe
the Ihe Knickerbocker 1olckerbksr A C Clot last night nlah The New NewEnglander NewEnglander eW
Englander Englald r led in the early stages Itnlo by b 124 12 to DO DObut tO tObUI tb tbbut
but the Westerner turned tho halfway mark markfirst markfrt markfirst
first frt with wih his opponent orJonent pressing Ire 8lnl him hard hardThe har hardThe
The third thln 100 10 points plnls were negotiated neolated by Mo MoCreery 310Creer7 MoCreery
In eight innings while Threshlo Thr hle
Creery ehrb Innlnls whie prac practically prl practically ¬
tically Icaly stood sod still 11 After Ier that fha It wee WR easy el for forMcCroery lorleCreorf forMoCroery
McCroery as n the Boston 10lon man mln WAS A handicapped handicappedby
by hard hu luck and Ind rather rllhrr bad play playfor
When < pin play Ipgan M Crerf Crery wh h won the thebanL thebank
banL bank led 01 curT wlb with the while ba bail r ant M scored Icoredlor 8 8for
for his hl first r t Inning Inlna H He put inO In 0 more mOre In this thnsecond Ihnecnd thissecond
second ecnd and ant3 32 In the thl third Then Thln he had hata a bad badspell bA bAMf1 hadspell
spell Mf1 from the third to the tenth ThrtMhle ThrtMhlehad ThrlMhl1 Threehilshad <
had In the meantime melnlme gone OD to t t windward of ofhim 11 11him ofhim
him and was wa In front I by b a gooil oo margin start startIng MIMIID 4tarting
Ing ID off of of with wlh 3 i In the hl first nr t Inning Innlna he followed followedwith 10111e 10111ewih followedwith
with wih K I 18 and 4 Then Tbpl he h kept the balls ballsscurrying bR111 ballsscurrying
scurrying Jourrlnl around the table to t the tuna nf 49 40which 49which 49which
which put him hlmJn In th the lead Itad at the end Ant of the thefifth the1th thefifth
fifth 1th Inning Inn In and In the score Ire was 124 to 00 fO In his hisfavor hl hllavor hisfavor
favor when I JlcCreery went to bat for the tenth tenthThe tnlhtme tenthtime
tme tmeThe time The veteran vtprln worked work d In a run of 10 before hcorp he hequit heCult heqnltand
quit Cult qnltand and ant Threshle Threlhll came back blck with wih 11 1 After Afterboth Ater Aterblh Afterboth
both had drawn blanks I McCreery struck H Hgait I isgait
gait blh which hlch soon loon nut him tm In Illh the lead In th thplay the theplay
play pJa that followed rolowld he h kept Threshle blanketed blanketednil bllnkelod bllnkelodal
nil al the time tme The score was 1 333 to2lH when whenthe whnIhe whenthethirtthird
the thlrtvthlrd Inning InliDa opened opnllnd and It looked a athough a8 a8IhoUih asthough
though McCreery would oul1 make makl quick work wok of ofthe orIhe ofthe
the remainder of 0 Ills hi points but although Ilhllh the theIvories thl theIvories
Ivories Ivnlel were Wlr8 kind to him he dldntdo dldnt 10 himself himselfJustice himalil himaliljustce himselfjustice
Justice justce He I H however hOlevor ran the game Iame out with
11 110 In the fortythird Inning Innlnl Tho scores scoresMcCreery scores1cCrerr8 scores3tcCreery8
McCreery 1cCrerr8 8 A 22 5 I O 2 1 23110170 23110170R 2 31 3 P10170 P10170PO81345flO0714OO 01 D
R PO81345flO0714OO 0 01 H4 U 4 fl f 0 0 7 14 00 000 0 6 CI Ott In li J8 I 5 11 1 1112aso4Ia1217llofll1
13 12aso4Ia1217llofll1 SH 8 I 04 O 4 IB t 13171101 1 17 I 1 01 M Total Totsl400 Totsl400AerIetl 400 400AferMou 4UOrueu
AferMou rueu 1341 13 ea HlBb ninsAD M1811 46 4112 H2 25 25Thnsblel 2 2Tbhlen 2Tbreshie3
Thnsblel Tbhlen I P i 1844 18 4 4 O 23 186110208 18 f 5 1 11 02 0 2 O 8
2 I 8 0 01222 8 2 22 13 2 7 7321 3 2 1 4 1 0 6 111 I 110 1 O
0 110 10126 11 0 826 8 213 5 0 Total 101121 101121Anruer 274 274Averwert 24Aersett
Averwert Anruer 2247 22 41 Hub Ilb runs lDS49 runs49 49 36 322 2322nlreeeo1e 23 322ltefer 22 22ltetereeOeorge
ltefer nlreeeo1e ltetereeOeorge eOeoiY Moulton MoultonTonlBht MOllon MOllonTonlrht MoultonTonight
Tonight Tonlrht ladles lols Isuli night nl b1 Threshlo ThrjhllWI ThrehinwIll will play
Mlai The result 18Ull of ofthls this thlllnl8 game anjewilldocide will wl doclde fourth fourthsecond 10lrl fourthplace Plar I Iploce
place tmllh Smith wins third Jlaco place and the final I1Daime finalgame
game me tomorrOw night wil will doeld first rt on onecon and andsecond
second econ places placesAnother plac03Another placesAnother <
Another charter Ihoptcr In the Ih checkered eh ker1 history of ofthe 01the ofthe
the billiard biiard room rOOI at the cornerof eorpr 01 liroadwrr liroadwrrand lrol111
and In Fortysecond Forvcnd street slrlt was wal added yesterday yesterdayJacob yoeterdayJacob 181rd 181rdJacob
Jacob < Schaefer IchnelAr severed ovlrod his connection with withtint Ilh IlhIb withthe
tint Ib establishment establishment and Inll the shins AIIU conneclon b btrllK bearing aring his hisnamo 118 118nma hisnamo
namo will 11 noon lMn be e taken down rown The ne Wizard Wizardwill WlzorIwi Wizardwill
nma will make a tour of Canadian cities ell1 as lS soon ai aiho n nho asho
ho wi recovers from an In operation oner ton he h Is to undergo undergowithin uniergowithin
within a few days and after allr he returns llrns unprlo unprlowihin to New NewYork NeoyYork ew ewYork
wihin York he will 1 open oPtn an academy on Hfih Ih ltli avenue avenueHis nftnuo nftnuol avenuelila
abandoned abandonedThe Illndoned IllndonedThe ttbandoiedThe His l Iontemplated Ionlmplllet trip to Paris has In ha been beenabandoned Lln LlnIllndoned beenttbandoied
The annual Innlal annum billiard bllarl tournament tourlnmpnt for the thochampionship thl theclittmplonehip
championship of ollho tho New ew York oric A C will be begin beIln hein ¬
gin Iln in on 01 March luroh 5 Tho conditions con1tl01 call wil For two twogame 110 110IlmM twogaines
game ouch evening ovenlnl 300 points Iolnt straight srnllhl ION IONentries I 141entries n nontrlel
entries IlmM close clolo on Feb 2 211 > Ir W P G 1 Douglas DOlalM h htho I IIho isthue
tho present champion ohnmJl n and will wi lrollntlV probably enter enterthis pnterIhll enterthis
this Ihll year W Wj P loss 1os n ul Havertitraw Invere rAW Is I n mom momher mmher momher
her of the club c ul and It Is said Rall he may also alsosend nl alsosend o oend
send In n his name The clubs elnb pool poollolrnon1 tnurnnnunt tnurnnnuntwill nt
will 111 alto 0 ao tart on the aiimo Illm dote 1110 Two Tlo Twoacnines Twoacnineswill ntnes ntneswill 1mIl
will wi bo played each evening enlnl nt continuous pool poolJ
J Byron Byon Rtark RlnrL not Frank Jrank A Kceney Iceny who whohavo whohave ho hohalo
have halo been len billiard Llilard rivals rlfall for many mnl rears rar are nrancheduled areKth areechqluluI
ncheduled Kth luI811 to o play pilY n match mltch gtiine100 Irlnc gatuie8Jtpoins aOI points roln1 up
fourtpenlnch lalltllnlneh balk linn lnn nt the Hanover InloH Club Ul
Brooklyn Irooklyn tomorrow to morow night nightBOSTON nlKhtWhlt nightWluist
Whlt Whltlo Wluist Wluist1Jotin
BOSTON lo TnS Fob ob 14 1In 14In In the second match for fortho rorIho forthe
the A W V L I trophy the tb Baltimore Whist Club Clubchallengers Clubchalners Clubchiallengersilefeated
challengers chalners chiallengersilefeated defeated eeltated the American Whist WhlitClitb WhlitClitbof Club Clubof Clubof
of Boston DOAon holders by the score of 0133 33 tricks to
25 This Tilli gives Ilvl to tho Baltimore Baltmore club eilb the th4League Ihl theLeague
League LUluo certificate cerllcote for ten wins The teams teamswero telm telmero teamswere
were weroBaltimoreThomas wereUaltjmnreThoniftB ero eroDallmoreThon
BaltimoreThomas Whelan Beverly Devely Smith
II DallmoreThon A McCay nnd 10d myjdJ J Thomas ThomnsllostonH TholnnsBostonI Thomaslbototill Smlh
I llostonH BostonI I H 1 Ward 0 H 1 Street J Fletcher Fletcherand Flelcheron1 Fletcheranti
and D 1erktna 1erktnaCAMBRIDOK Ierk terkinsAMBIUIRIK In InCUIIIIDOX
CAMBRIDOK CUIIIIDOX Feb Jeb 14 Hn Tim assignment qllnmlnt of ofcouples orcouples ofcouples
couples to compete In tho Harvard Inrvst1 Whist Whisttournament Whltlournament whilsttournament
tournament has hn been announced The he game gamewill iomwil gaineswill
will wil be bl played IllaVI1 At t thin conyunlcnen ol ollhl thu con
tentants t Ianls nnd th tho > r rl results ults nl handed honeed to the com commlttDO comm cornmlttee
mlttDO mlttDOSo m mltteeo II o oo
So o 1X 8 Kelly pIY snd A JUHe JU I F 11 I Thompson Thompsonami ThnmJI ThnmJIau1 Then oy oyslot
slot C L I Hmlth mlh M C Sellers Splor and Fister M I Lang Lininil L Langml
on1 nil I lll IIke IIkeo hake hakeo ke keSo ol
So o IM 2 1 llrmsn and Ae II I II I Fat Fo M I J f Millmrn iiltnrnsiiI Millmrnu
siiI > u1 u I A D 1Inn Styinan Vrm n llryiat lrjsDt ami anllltcb fletcher r N i A Fjiliert Fjiliertsoil FhprlluI Fgterlant
soil luI L I II 1llroll Ilronii IlroniiNo liroiiu
No u aK t D I Fnllerton nlrt n and M I ft t Besman lm u If W WTairecrt WTsrmert
Tairecrt Tfllrt ml UI M 1 W V lUrher Ihr r O 1 t 1 Hcmmluu llomll slot ullil I H II
Hart H Dagirelt and A K t 1 Ells EllsSn ll llII ihst
111 aIN1
Sn t 4IIO 4li II I ilr Irr Irey y Inll anil nd A Htlckner ttcPY I II I nnrrclll nnrrcllland floirolhiciii
and W Arms rm rnmi M Krelman thMn I and ud K II I Schillcnbadi SchillcnbadiII 8chlenhAI nrrl
II I Hanson 1 Itaa eon oo mini Inll II F Nonrse NonrseCoiirlncr oure oureI ommraeoiirtiiy
Coiirlncr I I rl I Will 1 Teach TOIh tlin tim Sn Sogs SogsImiIIS Snc Ciillccn CiillccnWiniiiui Culr
Winiiiui UIII ImiIIS Hun J1 to Him HimTho lu luTho hisisuThe
Tho yotinn olnr women W111 of Snga Hlo Collego COIN10 nt Iilinni Iilinniwho Ilh Itiinetwho I Iwho
who haD bovnmu Icomu quite ul rrollcUiit Ilrolcl nt In revine revinedue rO rositgdtie II
due to a 1 few hints huls Iror from rorn Coach Courtney hnvn hnvndnclded hl has hasdocidd
dnclded decll to tl hi build blid a new Loathouse Lontholse soinotlilnz IOIOlhll1 n ndr nl nlIr f fir
Ir thu Ih < stylo of the oim Oi used ul1 by 1 b the Cornell Cornelloarsmou Cornel Cornelloarsmen I
oarsmen olrmon but on n smaller Imoler scab Icalo The Th now nowstructure nol nowstructure
structure will he thoroughly to date In
ArUcllre II throuihly up tnlA un unnauatlonensoond UI mmnqualiu
nauatlonensoond OlUOllu nqualiu lena censo Dn and < will wil contain wvernl vtrnl verni newap newapplianccs new PI np nplaMPs appliances
plianccs laMPs that thll have been bten siiticeitPd 1IIIIeI1 by b Gmrt Gmrtnoy Cllrl Cllrlnay Cmtirtnoy
noy Tliolatterslnt TlolalprllnlerlMI The latter C interest rint In Illhe the young womens womensproject wOItn wOItnprolectdoP womensproject
project prolectdoP does not consist eonll lnlroIY entirely yoUnl In suggestion suggestionnowever sumggeitt 1IIellllni 1IIellllnihOW6er ion4 ion4however
however for he has hn promised Irmlsco to devote csole some sometime Mmotime smotime
time to coaching Oehlnl oschin the Sags ROi oarsvvomen onrllomen Mnnr Mnnrciindldales In Manemmntliiiates In1lntllltes
ciindldales 1lntllltes arc doing eolnl doln light llhl work undlaturon ulll umumi allr ater on onCourllf onCourtiley
Courllf Courtiley wll wifi Mele select t Ihu gril qrue ork a4d put ut thorn at atra atreal
ra real hiM iterk ork atl
UO Ut OV THH 21 > aPKKnVTAY aPKKnVTAYThniuas aprInAr aprInArThoma P1D WAY WAYThnums
Thniuas C Kohl Mhl to II Thomas W lawson at atthe atthus
I the th Garden Garth HaleOnly IIIUII 1300 for Planet PlnnetOne IIIn IIInI Planet0e
I One Hundred Ihlllrd mill Iorl tlr7elah Inrtyelght jclght Horses HorsesI Iorl IorlI horsestiring
I firing Irlnl un sum Average of 9370 per Head HeadNathan leal headNathan
Nathan Htraus aided a notable rltable now trotter to tohis tohlA tohis
his collection eolerton of Speedway liters erl yesterday 70lterda by bypurchasing b bIlureh byturchiaslag
purchasing Ilureh lng for 1000 100 the bay gelding Querist Querist2I2 Quorlst2I2
2I2 12 < by b Marcus nlrous Dalys 20000 200 trotting trUlnllro trUlnllro3lneeot tire tireMascot sireMascot
Mascot the tbl son sln of Ktamboul 207 > i Querist QueristI Qutllt QutlltI Queristwas
I I was n ono on of the sensational APnutonol ttottorn trotof of the thei theSeliuterfl
i WoDtern Wo tern Circuit In 1 IHIH 15118 HH coinIng corlnf out green Iroel and andgaming andnllnl andgaining
gaming nllnl a record bolow bolo 215 21 In his bs first Irlt flrstor or
I Kfeond M Old raw ro Ills Is former owner was wa IUlpeded IUlpededI suspendedalong suspended suspendednloni
I along with llh tho horse hor81 on account a count of unpaid en entrancnfcoilast entrance
I trancnfcoilast trance leo fees Jut year Telr so 10 that thlt Querist Qlerllt became becamealmost belama belamaalmo becamealmost
almost almo without wllholl vnltio for racing rclnl purposes purpoel Ho Hoi 10 HoIs
i Is a bigger bllior hone h011 than Ihln Cobwebs 212 212ltlndlns standing
102 hands hlsh hllh Such lueh good loll judge as O a George GeorgeSpear Oeorle OeorleHppnr GeorgeSpear
Spear and nlll Andy nly McDowell lcoOIIIY say ho will wi bo nlmoit nlmoitInvincible almottIllncllll airnotliuvinoilite
Invincible Illncllll on thin Hpeedwiy HIelwa ns A he wear wa no noboots noLoois noboots
boots and Is wonderfully wonlllrllly fast and ald levelheaded levelheadedTho 11tIheded I Ifho
Tho raslRTlpton Inol1Ilon sale at lt tho Garden drew drewanother drewanother
another large larlo crowd yetterday The hlghost hllholt hllholtIrlc hiighsttric I
I prleo of the I hl day d was wo only 2200 yet Ylt the thenumber thenumber i inumber
number ot horses hor lj that found new 1 owne owners nt ntj atlbure 1
j fiiiurpH Ilurr ranging rnnglll from S20 200 upward wag wagunusually wal wasunusually
unusually unluualy large Ilr p Thomas Thnmal W V Lnwson I8wloo the theBoston
i Boston 1osion millionaire mllnalre not IOI the prize of the sale aaleIn Ille IlleIn salein
In the bay tny guiding Itllnl Thomas C 211K 21J by byI b byBaukdalhah
I Bnukdallnh DaukdolRh This fhll horso was wa trained and anddriven ald anddriven
driven trnn to his record by an amateur amalnr rolnsman rolnsmanot
ot twenty years eor8 and has hI shown his bl ability ablt to tobeat tobeat tobeat2ltJ
beat beat2ltJ 210 21 Horsemen IMsonlln considered cOl81dered him to tobe be b a abargain ablrllln abargain
bargain blrllln at 2200 220 H I L Ashore A her collection ooletol of ofyoung 01ronnK ofyoung
young trotters trotArs by br Alfred Alre1 G 2lfl 211 the sire alraof sireof Ir
of Charley Herr lerr 210 I 10 brought Irollrh uniformly food foodhorseshave goodprices
plcea prices t the I nvurite urnIO for twtty twepty head t bIng bIngupward oo lnc lncupward
upward 0 of lX One hlndrd hundred Ind and rorlyelrht fortyeighthoreos rorlyelrhtIIrlu
horseshave IIrlu horeos hl have been htAn sold Inld thus Ihur far la lor 54H10 an annvernge anRIernll anaverage
each eachMnudB eachMammd
average of tm 370 elch elchInld
RIernll MnudB Mammd Inld 8 208V 2U4 OM WM ltd around aound the ring rlnf last lastnight lutntlht lastnight
night ntlht at the otwnlng olalnl of o tho evening evenlnl sale 1le but butlew butfew
few persons eron appeared to recognize reelnlze the old oldtho ohlIuon outimuoen
Iuon 01 the turf lAr tier Iablo eOltlDlons ccmtnvanions 01 01Ihn ofthe
the lionnor etrifl trlntf lrlnl will 11 be bllold sold this afternoon afternoonTho Ilornoon
Tho best lc t sales ate yesterday f11ldaf wero weroCarillon weroCarion weroCariilon
Carillon 2111 c1tl il < l < b t K 1 1800 by b Chlmu ChlmuClianntr Chme ChimasCliarmiler
Carion Clianntr by II L Uambrluo Iambruo King KIUj BU lDOema Denier Oamare Denierept
e ept t New Nuwork York I2to I2toAinrun 20 20lrul 2roAmiuruim
Ainrun lrul br r ISW I by b Hron D4rU WllkesFrollo WllkesFrolloby WlkeFrlc WlkeFrlch
by h > StrathmoroiC Sirathulor C A Thompson NewTork York 400 400Nutbar 400Nulb oo ooNutbar
Nutbar Nulb b m 1 1MH5 tH 184 by NntwoodIlarbara NntwoodIlarbaraby Ntloodlaba
by Icortttf r Wilts A Trout Tr u Lancaster LaucatterMM La LancasterMacrn c
MM rl rlr aso asoCecllu 250Cpe 2OCecik
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by h Aniavoloi AIIolli J 11 Corbin New Ne yoU 560 560UarryOMZill 210 210DarT 250harry
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much mich trouble apparently npparonly In bringing brnllnl Tom TomSharkey TomHhnrktY TomSharkey
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that he will wil meet the cxchnmplon The Theexsailor Thet Theexsmsilor
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learnid 1llrllhal that Kftslmmoiifl Ft7llrUli had h lpolled posted A forfeit
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no earthly lnrLhl ehvien eh ef of securing Aeclrlnl a meeting with
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with wlh Corbett Corbet 1 will wllllv6 give him a purse pur e to fight lbt
Hharkey at Coney Inland or I will WI consent conrent to toany 10nr toany
any nr other spot If 1 ho thinks h he will wl not get Iet fair fairnlny Illr Illrrl111111ho fairplay
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the victor ink Inklil timie all the tnonny Its up to Ilob Ilobnnd 1IobIIn111I Ibobttnml
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A largo crowd was all present at the CIcrmont CIcrmontAvenue ClermontAfenllo ClermorutAvenue
Avenue Kink last Jn t night to witness tho thoCr8Cent thoCr8CentA Crescent CrescentA
A C defeat < the Hockey Club of Now ew York In a achampionship aellRmplon aclmatopionsluip
championship ellRmplon hlp Leuitun eucuo match From the themoment themomollt thenuomerit
moment the lit whistle blow thn Now o ow Yorkers Yorkersworeoutcla YorkerllYure Yorkerswore
woreoutcla wore oUlolaolI sml the tciim m work of the Ores Orescentit Cr Crccnlrl Crescents
cents being lIoln unbimtahlo The score was WIllolrl 5 5goaM 5goals
goals to U rIme teams Itl1lt1sllnod lined up as follows followsCiwtif 1011011Cul followsCrersut
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llntehnll Nul NulrsrISIITI Notes NotesCisrisvATl ioteiCmmrisTi
CisrisvATl F Fh < > li 14 JIFtllm From PauMlnir Ohio flub tlie tliehomo 111hOlllo hi hihome
homo of Miuaier tlua r Allen lIeli of the 1lnrlnnatl Club Clubconns Clullrnlll Clubroam
conns rnlll thn tim news ne that the tll man IIIMller er ban ha received tb tbiluiiatiir lb11I1I3IU the thesigmiattire <
iluiiatiir 11I1I3IU to thr thren moru contract and 1 that he h has hasKtvoti L L111oIlIlV iasmjtuemi
Ktvoti 111oIlIlV up hit Uutlis thUln In a Link to I attend ti t baseball baseballThe babllllTho baeballItie
The Indoor team tp m of flattery K Thirteenth lieu ftetlmriil lieumfliII
mriil nf llravf Arllllerr Irtlller would like ilk to arrange arrangeuanns arrallillIn arrangeuanI
uanns lIn wild any alliUlle club or sue nv regimental regimentalcompany rllIlnllblCIIoln regtmnemmtalcflnianr
company t 101111 ri in ilreater > ew York Address AddressHarry Adtr AdtrlIarrl Athireaharry
Harry lIarrl II liobcrtnon m mnllrr n Kfr 3U 2dO llalsey utriet utrietIlruoulvn stretJJrojlvn I IIJruoulm
Ilruoulvn Ilruoulvnbin IJruoulmbYMrt JJrojlvnboruarte
bin bYMrt boruarte rr > K Tib Id 14 Ucnrlle I ttoiirue N Kuntmh the Iheformer Ih thetorimcr I
former nrlllcr Prislilrnt IrI1I of the Sjruoiifn II rurII racmie Di Duo flisnbali ball Club Cluba CilibIlllt Climbears
ears a s lint thn Ih II American A Aod Aeotitinn o > litlon lIon mar Place Ibethoul a aUJiii aIcon
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KuMmli Kllhl further sacs that A < Ann Isis received rerehedaIlIolI receivedall i ian
an aIlIolI option itomm on nlllhlnral > im Ihit ii local grounds Stir Park ParkyinttfT rark1OIr ParkMnsir
yinttfT Clark of the ti Tufts Unllcjo ClIc o team I m re reeentlv reemmtly
eentlv 111 Mined unill 41 rllllor cill forcandutatea for cIIIIoI1 and nd In response reepontenfir ruponnftr responsenri
nfir Inrneil IlIrll out for f < r NIt In the C Cauls K of the theiinw Ihow theuiaw
iinw w lIuIllIcdlmllItIIJ lu tuIitd llanl urmiiiKiiin In the ahmncn a oelll of Cant CantllirclliiTi CAlli1I1lII1111 CamSlirtitim
llirclliiTi who wl1nlo In I III Saw Curtail took oharve of the theturn IheInrn theinca
turn 111111 laiiira tam with Yale iie Princeton Cornell CorneUand and ser sercril InerIi Se Secmi
cril other IculliiK 111111 collncos coll IC have been arraoiced arraoicedCiMinuwi IfraulIdnlllllrIIIO arrammme4uMmItmpo
CiMinuwi uMmItmpo Feb 14 UAhul About two hundred and andflflr snitCfiy nd ndtlCI
flflr tlCI men wereira were rient < enti nt at the meeting of the lb liar Harvard Uarvarllaoehall liarvaril ¬
vard varllaoehall baseball randlilatM thu Ihl staling Cap C > held IUI4spoke IW IWIolte heldsPoke
spoke tn the men me ami 111 outlined lIlnell the tb plans for the theyear lb lbyar tbeyear
year Ho announced annnllnellh1 that Ilamlltnn of the lloiton Botn Botniiagmi > oln olnIIaIII
Iiiune iiagmi tem would c clUlcb ch the into Inriax InM runnloc runnloculianuaoJ rueniogploLtig
ulianuaoJ ploLtig 1111 II If and baltlnir U U liars IJa WM 11 Ueonlr IIIe 0111 only ouach ouachl cuechiwsuut
IIrolOlll l > r Bt The tll battiry bait wotkwlUbtKln wOlll will begin tomorrow I f
till IIOflSEMtf IOIUrIC coxnnnss coxnnnssN CON llfl llflH
N T A J nelllltUIi > elef ntei Have flavea a Short Session nt ntthe atthus t tth
the th Murray Jlllrrn 11111 Hotel HotelThirtysix 110101Thlrtlldolllfate lintelThilrtygix
Thirtysix Thlrtlldolllfate delegates representing In person personand perlonRn1 personnml
and nml by byproxy2M7driringclubsnntl proxy prolyH7 2H7 driving clubs and air a MaO nasoelallonl MaOelations so soclntlons
clntlons mot yesterday rl terdll at the Ih Murray Illll IllllHotel Dill1Iotel HillHotel
Hotel In the twentieth t nlleth congress ot the Na National lOalIonRI a ationrul ¬
tional Trotting Association Tile voting votlncstrength votingatretigtlt ollnlstreoltlh
strength ot the ilolegatos was not very evenly evenlydivided evtlIlylIvlded evenlydivided
divided some of tho men mlln In tho front row hay having hay1nlf haying ¬
ing their pockets po lellllllll full of proxies proll s I L J Towers Towersot Ioworof
of Hprlngflcld Mass oss who was WI actively Inter Interetwl Inlerellllln interesteil
etwl ellllln In harness racing when lllnek Hawk was wasn
n colt held h hl credentials from twentyfour twentyfourtracks twolllylourIrlloks twontyfourtracks
tracks OeorseW George W V Archer who lined to be at atthe atlb atthe
the lb head h lId of harness harnt racing Interests at Hochos Hochoster noehoter Rochetsr
ter before tho gates t n of the old driving park parkwere Jlllrkwere parkwere
were closed had thirtytwo votes ac according aceorliinar according ¬
cording to the th report of tho Committee Committeeon
on Credentials Charles Charl 8 Dana Palmer tho thoformer Iheformer thoformer
former Mayor of Lowell 10 Ie 11 MUM had forty fortyproxies rort rortIroxle fortytroxiea
proxies iFrankinowornf 1 nr riilhdolphh who whowAS whowASrnKIlpllt whowaaPresident was wasPrettlilent
President uf thn liii llelmont Driving Club at atPhiladelphia litPhllodelphlo atPhiladelphia
Philadelphia before the antltrottlng lawn put puta PIliIIlItap
a IIlItap stop to harness rnclnu there hud a bunch of ofthirtylive 01thlrtyve oftiiirtyflve
thirtylive while Churl II Page who wan the theSecretary Iheteretrr theiecretmtry
Secretary of the same anti association t oclollon back In tho thoeighties Ihoelahll1l3 thoeighties
eighties had thirtyone proxies Any one on ot otthem ufth1II ofthem
them could outvote time delegate delpaleorlluclt of nuchuctlro nuchuctlroand active uctlvoan1 activeanti
and Important organizations or anlutlons as the Detroit DetroitDriving 110lroltlJrhDlf Detroit1rlving
Driving Club rcrrosonted rerrc nted by b ltd II President V VJ DJ 1 1J
J Tampan tIme Cleveland Driving Park Asso Association Assoclillon Assoelation ¬
elation by Its It President W 0 1ollock 1ollockthe Iollo iolioekthe k kthe
the New Ne England Breeder lIrel erlt Association by byHecretnry b7tper byhiecretflry
Hecretnry tper ory C M I Jewett the Empire City CityTrotting CII CIITrottllllr CityTrotting
Trotting Club by Secretary 8 S Toman Tomanand TomlinBDd Tomanand
and the Kentucky Breeder Association Associationby
by b Secretary Horace Wilson They had hadmajority I Imlljorlty r rmajority
majority of all tho votes In the congress s with withforty wllhforty withforty
forty to spare Mr Ir Campau Cllm pau Congressman Joe JoeBailey JoeDaile JoeIlaiiey
Bailey Daile and Honest Joe Blbley 8lblor1I11 all of whom whomwere whomwereo whomwere
were prominent III national politics pollIcs four yean yeanago yearsago
ago made A notable group In one corner ot the theroom Iberoom theroom
room Tim Hvpresontativa from Texas had a avoting aoUDi avoting
voting power ot ten while the Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaCongressman PtJnnyllllnlaConllrlsman FunnaylvanimsCongressman
Congressman topped tOPII 1 the whole assemblage assemblagewith 8lsemblllcewith assemblagewith
with fortythree proxle up his hilasleeve sleeve Tho Thoother Thoolherdelallts Theothordelegates
other olherdelallts delegates were W K Hohr W H Ooclur OoclurII
II M I Whlttihead W V II H Achuff J A Dean DeanDavid DlnnDoyld DeanDavid
David Bonner W V E Williams T I U I L Qiilmbv QiilmbvF
F A LhrlstlK John K 1olen Thomas II HDaron IIIII1lon IIhuseon
Daron John V5 V Amer Edward Taylor E J JUFlynr JOtlnr 3OFiynr
UFlynr John K F Cornell I R fleler W V F FHitching 10 10IIII1hlnl 1hhitshing
Hitching Frank Hubert 0 M Bundle xi xiKline M MKllnllInd MKline
Kline KllnllInd rind It H Konover KonoverPteslJint KonoerPrhltlil KonoverPrecidut
PteslJint 1 1 1 Johnston of Kentucky called calledth calledhuts
th huts meeting to order The machine was w well wellKrtn wellgremsasi ell ellIlftel
Krtn Ilftel e > l n i one of tho delegates expressed Iprelllf 0111 0111anlllIe It Itand itaiti
and anlllIe the Conitr CotmiNss ss adjourned d flftyllvo minutes minutesInter mllltlIRIlr immitmuteslater
Inter having MIln elected onicer o lc r rnvleed the rules rulesnt rill rulesof
nt hnrnefc racing approvci npproseI 1 1 the Treasurers Treasurersrvport Trnurersrelorl Treasurersruirort
rvport voted volot 1 thank to David Donnur who whodeclined whod whodeclined
declined d lIne1 neleetlon rlell lIolI n nFt VlcePre lcerreIII1I llent em empowered pmpnwerdlhll empoweroil ¬
powered pnwerdlhll the Board of o Itxvlew 1Ivlo totlxthn III the salaries oalarlesof salariesof nlarl s sollh
of ollh the officials anti listened to euaiy pleading pleadingand pleasingand lOhUf lOhUfallllearne1
and allllearne1 learned horsn talk by the members from fromTexas IromfexlI8l1nd frontfexmu
fexlI8l1nd Texas and Pennsylvania lenn rlOnln Without the croislnx croislnxof cro lIlnli
of n t or the dotting of an I 1lhp the Congress CongressrntlfloJ ConlCrurRUllod Congresuratified
ratified the agreement filtered Into at the thopence thllenee thepence
pence enee conference horn a month ago and thus thusmado thusmal thusmad
mal good the prediction 1I 1lcllon < of THE SUN nt that thattlnie thatII thattitus
titus II PI 1 Important chances In tin rules were weroadopted wroaloltp wereadopted
adopted aloltp l all of whloh were published pnhll hlll ex excluolvely excluolvply exolmasively
cluolvely In this liii paper on Momlny lonll Jan 15 15The 15rho
The fhlrllIllrnation resignation of David Bonier n isa Vice VicePresident YleePresldenl iee ieePresident I
President wits received with expressions pXIre lIlonll of re regret regret ¬ I Iarel
gret on the t mart > art of nil thu Ih delegate < Mr Ir Hlbloy Hlbloymoved Hlbloymovd Sibleymoved
moved a vote of ollhanks thanks and IInu asked the Fresh President Prcilident Freshdent ¬
dent to put puill puillrul It ItPut itPut
Put It yourself whispered the Hon Jon JonBailey JOIInoll JonDailey
Bailey noll rlultalnlt tugging nt the coutsleevo coat sleeve ot Slbley 8lbl y to toattract toAttracl toattract
attract hit 1I1 attention And n1 sure enough time thoPennsylvania IhoItJnnrlunla time1enn4ylvnIa
Pennsylvania horseman hor lIm n called fora lor fo n rlslngvote rlslngvoteIn rlslnvoleIn
In honor of the veteran New uew Yorkor Then ThenbIMry fhpnIHIIr lien lienbitley
bIMry called for a vote Iol of thank to Major Mmilorlohmnatou InjorJohntou
Johnstou for his services Icell 1111 Prexldent IreHf 1n < and andagain andagain
again there was a chorus of hearty hOllrl nye Rr for forthe lorth forthe I
the th Kentucklsn Kenlurklsn Is I t > opular In n the horse world worldNext worldNext worldNext
Next the Ih I Ieleifntes ell nlell turnol lurne their Ih lr attention to totlie tothe totime
the young Tuxan and elected him to tote tolie tobe
te n Justice 01 the Supreme Court Courtof
of the th trottlne turf otherwise known ngthtt ngthttHoard ns the thotIInard theBoard
Hoard ol Ilevlew of thn N T A Mr Iliilley Iliilleymicceed luUyIIttccetJi Daileyiuiceetl
micceed the lion John L L Mitchell former formerUnltod formtrUIlItd formerIJmmitud
Unltod States al s Senator for Wisconsin OiorgeW OiorgeWArcher Gorae GoraeArlher GeorgeWArcher
Archer having declined reCleotlon rt IoUon as a a member memberof
of tln < board John II Hhults wn was nnanlmmiii nnanlmmiiii
i Ir chosen as his hi nnccesnor IIIcppsonrlln1 nnd In place of Van VanLeer YnLfr SanLeer
Leer Klrfcraanol 01 Nashville Na hvll HunrySchmulbHch HunrySchmulbHchof Henry Hohmulbuch 8ohmuibmichof
of Wheeling wan 1111 olpetnd Intl Archer was then theneluoted thenisleetei
eluoted 1010110 to lIuccee1 uce ed David DRIhllJnnllr Bonnorns aM VlcePrnsl VlcePrnsldnnt YlcllrIctlml Vicelreelduont
dnnt ol tlio association a Alt After r Secretary On Onchi 00ehr Oschtr
chi ehr r hud rend the Treasurers report showing showingthat 8holnlIhat showingthat
that the m soclntlon > liad S114D1 511 1l 4i1 l1 In it It II strong strong100J
box the congress odJouru 11 to meet here ID IDIOU
IOU 100JThere 1002There
IOUThere There was ns the usual amount of criticism criticismamong erlllclmamonl criticismamong
among horsemen respecting the practice of ofvoting 01IItlnl ofvoting
voting by b proxy hut President Johnston Johnstonrather Jobnstonralher Johnstonrather
rather took the wind out of ollh the sails sllll situ of all the thacritics tbBcrltlclI thecritics
critics by b cutting to loa a reporter r I1rler of Tile Btx Btxalter SIINalt Svxalter
alter alt r the th congress conlcr A adjourned IIdlournclIrr
Every Irr material change mado ma lo < In the rules to IndB today
day dB was submitted for approval to every everymem elpr elprmtm everymemterofttmie
mem memterofttmie her of this association Immediately after afterth nllerIhA afterthe
th the conference here n month ago Mnety Mnetyfive Inetr Inetrfive
five 11 percent fr Cent of them th m instructed their room representutlvtM rppftnilltll roomsrutmutlvss
sentutlvtM nilltll to volt for the Ih changes cnnl we A havo havomnde haomndA hiauomade
made I believe bellpvhls this Is the solution of the so sooallvd cooaiisit o ooalll1
oallvd proxy problem When the tiu time come comefor COIIIIIlor comesor
for or the Ih next congrn < s I am tiolng tn Invite the thnoflleew Ihnolllc theofileer
oflleew olllc of th T r A to come hero for another anotherconference anotheconference
conference and nn 1 then submit every proposed proposedchwigflaerocd prOIJ Propoeni Propoenichmtnge A Aehlln
chwigflaerocd ehlln chmtnge e RlfIllllIron agrocit upon In that conference to tho thoi thommbtr themembers
members for tholr approval or disapproval disapprovalIlnclng dlsllrprovalRnrllllZ disapprovalIbirimig
Ilnclng nt New N Orleans OrleansSEW OrlnSEW OrleansE1V
SEW E1V ORLEANS Fob 14 HJohn John MeCalTcrtyfl MeCalTcrtyflCathedral MeCaffcriynCathedral rcCalTerI71ICathedral
Cathedral Is about n II poor an Insndouteras Insndouterascould InIID 1oIltOr < as ascould ascould
could b be found anywhere On la last t Saturday SatuntayIn RnturllaIn
In stake company rom pony ho galloped Kallopellrolll from enil n1 to end endwinning endwlnnlnlr endwinning
winning pulled to 100 a walk at the end en 1or < of a mile mileThU mllllThl osileThis
This nfternoun allernoonln In poor company and nt 1 to toIn 3 3In 2in
In the Ih betting ho was disgracefully dlsr ceully beaten by byProsrero byIro18ro byFrrusrro
Prosrero The summsry summsryfirst I1l1mm suimmesrylFirst ry ryllut
first Race nacoFoulyuroM Fourrearolds And 5n1lpwar1 upward on one mile mileParaVett mileIaratl mile1araAtt
ParaVett 104 10 Wedder IlIeddrtraa trand C to 2 and 111 4 tu tuwonllllfdlml1 S Swoni 5won
woni wonllllfdlml1 won HwordimMi lot 10 il IUlanell Ii < Undl rt 1 to 1 for mice ulaoesecond llrcoo micesecond
second coo Jud Judzs e Maite lot Shaw third Time TimelllO TimeI
lllO lllOS 119Ijrtlnt I I I 0 0Secnntt
S Ijrtlnt cnnd Race Racf RaceSelling PMHnc lIalI four furliinc furlongsWild WIM l1d Pirate
10 105 tMcJornt il 110 m to A and I 110 to 2 won PrlnceM Prince Mil Mil10S lIalIn3
10S Miller II 1 to 1 for forlIp place lsce second conI Een Mague Ja ce
110 iWlnkflelJ llIknI third Time Ttrn06 Ttrn06Thlrdno 0 OtS OtSThmirt B BIThird
IThird Thlrdno Thmirt IUceH ituceI3litni Blllni lllnrfi six < lx fiirlonenWatercrpst fllrlon Wllercr 107 107ClawMiu 101Claweout
ClawMiu 4tirandout 41 4 t r 1 amid Dd out won nn Iomlnli 104 Frost
2 tn I for place par tecomli onl loitm Iollmloler ter Dalloy Oo OoWaldo DOWldn LieWahitit
Waldo third Time Tim liio liioVoitrtu I 20i 20iollrlbllAeSllInll 2 4 4imttf
Voitrtu imttf ollrlbllAeSllInll Ilaoe JtaeeSttirmg Silllng ono mile 110 and ndlevent seventy yards yardsProapern var varProapero Arlt Arltrrnv
Proapern rrnv tn 1M tnolanili 3 to land I sect I to n wont OonlalheII
Catliedril 107 iCIawion out fur place second secondM Ofconrlilmah seconiylmah
M ilmah rush w5 1I1r Veh < T third Time lfV lfVFifth I r rFUth C5 C5Filth
Fifth llace IIl1ceStrllnll Selllne seven en furlongs CurlonlCIuln CiirinngeLeaeenianhi LeaMman
111 11 I < Hh4w MbJ > it 110 t to I and All12 aim 2 tn I woni won on M hrlha rth Fox lot lotHamilton 10lhmllloll io3 io31tsmtitnmi
Hamilton H 4 to n for place second nno1 Viscount Hi HiUpland 11 11tblrll
4 Upland third Time Tt tie liili liiliHith L al altollh 3 I Ie1zth
Hith H itace ce8ellluz Selliug in 1 furlong furlonlOFrollnlIhu1ltn furlonlOFrollnlIhu1ltnll1h FrulinKhiiraen FrulinKhiiraenIIIA
IIIA iCUwmn IC1 > wnl 3 to 1111 1 and net 3 to R woni won lemon nlnnl 110 110McJoynt 110mcJornU I tO tOMcjoynt
McJoynt 2 to 1 for I jtse il e second Lovable 105 105Bh to toMha batBhaw
tBhaw Bh Mha w third Time 1130 1130The 1120The I m20 m20The
The following Is the programme for to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow
morrow morrowFlr morrowFlnol morrowFirst
Flr First l n nreOno ceOn mile mil nelllncBcn pllln Dn Frost and andnillhefiil an1IIIlIhI antflhlitiful
nillhefiil llOB 110 I I 0 RmrIMII Sword ord m mismm ii Ill I 0 t looie Liver Li ocr 107 107Jim 1071 I 07 07iiyim
Jim Conway Cen and Voyaueur Vora ur 10 lor Xllmali l1l1lalJ and andPuidlan slidPbldla amidILmdla
Puidlan InO Juanetta JuanettaMecond JllanettalIonl mt mtMecond
Mecond Haee ltseems l fnrlnngii uriumig eltlneIuekr Mon Monday Menclay ¬
day and Lord Neville llnj I lii John Iloone JIM and Tom TomKinder 1omKlnley tornKmnsley
Kinder 107 Tr TrI d Lat iunslte1 tor lie ilel Olddand lilt AullIuUlor ant Humor HumorlOl
lOl 10 Nannie onle t Ivll vl Caviar Cui and nd liilook 1111 > 0k 0kTblrt Its ItsThird misTbtr1
Third HareHilf a mlleStr mUMIrpo p IM IU Illlnk Ad Adnnnr Adnnor lidflnnr
nnnr Mnses and Indlack tfaek irk Ford For ton PrlnreM Irlne Mat too toiFniirtb tooollrlb mooFimrtta
Fniirtb lUce 111111 sii liirloni o and a half b haltPr haltPrWilmalt IDr IDrIlIlmI Dr DrWi
Wi IlIlmI lm lr 10H 10 Rd rlartlaml lartlun IL II lorti IO Arskmia n nfm 141 141P I
fm P 11 Colllnn MA 1 3 IMllnuhUfsen Uli UI Silver Coin Coinand oln olnan otnaim
and an Forlinu no noFifth 10Flflh ItoFifth
Fifth Racetill furlonssCIara fllrlon IClafA M ManoKeo ManoKeoTlldee MatinKeelillee AnnKpnTlldee
Tlldee Flrlotla Oelbown Fleeting Ie llnl < Motatnts oDlnl Ja Jamaica Jamalr Jamales ¬
males IillBdrnee and anlfprlml Decimal 10 10Hl tOHlslh icStath
Hl Hlslh lh RtceHcven nce cvn fnrlnncs IlIrltlnnlnWr fmlriinesinproviclent Improvident Jrldenl < Tink Tinkler TlnkIpr Tinkher ¬
her Tim Biirllniiton Konto Domlulu and a U Hetl1I lm Iii 111Reefer 1111 1111nCor Iiifleefer
Reefer Jennlo F and lIn 1 Afra lniij Seottlih tilt and andPalirm alitlaltrm l1t l1tIhrm
Palirm 10 10S < < CLimba rlnlhaIIIII1IeIelll llanulc Ielli etia Smith Monrel Monreltoff oIollrtltoll MouieitoF
toll and SallloJ J tOll lOdAtlrnrllve tOllAUrartlvfl 104Attractive
Attractive 11st of Ntnkes for Aqueduct AqueductThe AqimehictThe 11111111Thl
The sprIng racing rocln circuit In the Metropoli Metropolitan ¬
tan district dl lrlcl Is now practically completed sub subject cubject ub ubJACt ¬
ject to the official allotment of dates The Tholatest Thelatest bo bolate
latest late t promoters In line art tho officials of the theQueens theQu timeQueens
Queens Qu ens County Jockey Tock Club nnd aim according to totheir totheir 0 0their
their prospectus Issued last night they Ih are areready nrArad arerealy
ready rad to float upward on tim wave of pros prosperity prosrllrlt prosperity ¬
perity which promise proml clI to lnrmllo the Ih sport sportthis sportthis
this season Time principal feature framed framedby
by Secretary Hohherirnr U I the Carter hnndl hnndlcap hllnlIcafJr himnmhicap
cap of 10 iu ench nch half forfeit or only r 1 If IfJlliOO IIelee ifiecnreml
cafJr elee iecnreml are1 by April 10 It The added money I Is IslO4
JlliOO t IIO and alllilbo the race will bo run is usual out outof olltor outof
of the chute over time short seven een furlong furlongooursH furlongcourse
course cour The h hnndlcan for which weight will willuud
b be nnoollncl13Inrlb annotineel March 211 21 Is for IhreteIHoll1 IhreteIHoll1owl
owl upward IIPIIarIlInll and mint other events ents announced for fortho forthe
the Ih same nm class chlsllr nr are the th Flushing stakes toke with withSIIMX withlitlI ror rorIh th th1flMI
SIIMX 1flMI added ntoiiD nl OIlIlIOIIllnd otto mile and a sixteenth anti nndthn nnlltlill antiSitu
Situ HocUawny flakes ral with f NOO MO4 1 nddedovcr nddedovcrthe 1I11Ild over overthe overthe
the same route a r 14 the Carter hamllenp hIIIlllen rh Thesij ThesijtwoMtakcs 1itesetwo tJ tJlYo
twoMtakcs two Mlokesnrt stakce mire > eelllni nflnlrs with allownneet allownneetThe nl ailnvnnyesThe ownn I Irh
The rh throeycfirold Ihroeyenr olspclnllY specialty scheduled Is the tli tlisrverIlP
Arverne srverIlP a Make with ilOOO IIM lt added add to built builtelilej bOIIted be tie tieiJied
elilej iJied ed over tho short seven t11 furlong lurlon course courseFor entirselortwoyaroli nllr
For twoyearolds l there Ihlrtro are three four nnd a ahalf nhnll ahalf
half furlong stakes provMeithn Cnnarsle Cnnarslewith Crinarelewith I
with fHiK MI added the III Hose stakes for Illlles Illlleswith 1I111t 1111kvItim I
with S7X S71 71H > added and the tlm Ozone ninkn with withiM withuS
iM added and selllncconditions etliii eonittinns Th Wood Woodhaven Stohhuseii 1 1harell
haven staliiH 11IiI milo fur twoyear Iwor r old oIls with IIIt J70D J70Dlidded 57tu 57tuimlui jl jl1111t
lidded 1111t l nnd mm mmd selling cc hllllr I I lilmI nllnwance will Wi III ii bll bn over the thefive Iho11llIrlOl t lie liefive
five 11llIrlOl furlong course Kntrles llIlrl for all alllhl the event eventnit Olnbnil enntsa
nit a t s due IIUloI 1 U toolnse to cUts on March 31a rlm f fIlohy II IIRuby I IIdiliy
Ruby Itncit Trnrk Not In I ii Ho Iprnril senci Agnln AgnlnLAPOIITI igmaiiiIAlUitTL lInln lInlnIAIOIlTE
LAPOIITI Ind Fob eb 14 14Atlvlcet Advice from from Ham Hammond IInmmou1 11ammomiut ¬
mond say that the Dotty racetrack will not b bopened be beopened
opened again Tho ito building recently do dogtrorcd doalrnnd do dostrCiytI
gtrorcd by lire IIr were uninsured John onion ConIopthe Condonthe onionthe
the principal ownern ownerof thecourne I tln Is In London Londonconiultlni Ionlloneonlultllll Lontionennuuitiii
coniultlni eminent sreolnllslsforthe ArMIIIIII for the purrosn purrosnof unlol
of having his hi sUht restored r store He I hn liRA been beentotally blMtotnllv beentotally
totally blind 1IIllllllllr lur about a yjar y Fortunes Fortun ° a have havebeen hllVfboen havebeen
been made and lost on the 1f1 historic Indiana Indianatraok Indillnatrok Indianatraek
traok which hlch was also the scene ot a number of ofprizering ofprlzrlnlr ofprizering
prizering contests and prior to the In Intrrferenceof IntrrrlnCI1 Interlorenco
trrferenceof trrrlnCI1 01 thnHtatn the State autlmrltlos backed by bytroous bTIrlJp bytroops
troops was Knvwu M th thu Monte Carlo ol the bo
crKrisnrv iff 4 A F t xouitntsr xouitntsrThe 2OUltVlJTbl
The Creek Fentherwelght Mops Murphy of oflloiburjr ofIlulburD ofItoibury
lloiburjr In Short Order at a the Iro IIrolwlI IIrolwlIA dwny dwnyA
A CA Must of Amateurs Drlllbta UIIhlIIIr u ulnria aiars
lnria IIIr CrowrtKurlher iDiots Tunlfht TunlfhtI TnnlftbtTho TnflhlhitTime
I Tho preliminary prell loa bouts of the boxing and andwrostllnB on isnitwroetling II IIwro
wrostllnB wro tllor championships of the A A U drew drewa dr w wa
a big crowd to the Broadway Dro Ioy A 0 last night nightTho nlKhtfhe nightrime
rime lentfhy entry list contained conluln d much mator material matorlal ¬
ial that was IIa good bad and Indifferent and also alsoprovided a180proylded alsoprovided
provided plenty of Amusement omu ement A bantam bantamnamed LllntamflRmd bantamnamed
named Jim Jeffrie won the first fight with withtho wllhtho withthe
tho gloves and IInl18noll1er another Jack Dempsey lJom PMO also car carried oarrled cartied ¬
tied ort Homo honors Tint feature was wa the ap appearance nleBrllnce uppeargmnce ¬
pearance of John L I Scholos cholo Jr ot Toronto the thoamateur tboamOIAur theamateur
amateur champion featherweight of Knglnnd KnglnndnndCanndn Engiandand 1 1and
nndCanndn and Canada He showed 8bowelln In thin r5roundcliiHS r5roundcliiHSwlthT 11jpollndcl11wllh
wlthT with 1 F 1 Murphy of Hoxbury Miss and andpromptly tintiirmtnptly n1 n1Iwmplly
promptly demonstrated his cleverness to lolhe lolhesotl the thetmtlxfactlon thesatisfaction
satisfaction sotl IRclion of the UI onlookers Bcholes ap appealed 01IleallJlI upicuieti ¬
pealed to bo as scientific as n many profos profoshlonolii prolosIIIIII profusionals
hlonolii IIIIII Ho put It all over Murphy in the theopening IheoPtnhlll theopeimiug
opening round tho lint punch landed by the theCanadian thoCAnadlRnputlhllllho timeCanadian
Canadian CAnadlRnputlhllllho putting time American down In thin thncecond thoecond thinsecond
second round Murphy rushed ru h1 Ilkna Ilk iikmu 0 wild lid bull bullbutHcholen Iullbut titilibut
but butHcholen McholH met him with fast smashes that thatBOOU thotoou thatcoon
coon stopped him him completely lOmlI h
Them Is n iiartleuUrly strong Indiicumont Indiicumonthold InllIcum intimicutnontlucid nt nthold
hold out to to the Ihlllonlslnnis contestants In this thl tourney 10IlrlllIIIh ns nsthe asth
the Ih winners In the Ih various arlou clauses castes will visit visitrnllfprnla vicitCnllfermiia IAlt IAltC1I1I11rt1ln
rnllfprnla C1I1I11rt1ln nt the Ih81XIIIIS6 expense of ollh time Olympic Club Clubto Clubto Clubto
to take part parlIn In that Ih t organizations tournament tournamentbeginning tournanlllItblltlnnlllif toilrrmnhmntheginniimg
beginning March II I James J 1 Frawlcy Frowl was wastho VII VIIthe wasthe
the reioree of f boxing boxlrl with Pro Jimmy Do DoForest noJoorl1ll 1nForest
Forest ant an Joseph 3 oseph O Condon judges Kach t ch
boxing bout was for three rounds of throe throeminute throomlnlllci threeminutes
minute each Summary SummaryWIIEHTMNO MummllrIIEIITISO summary5imESTTINO
lor pjnndsFint boutHarry llarber Seaside SeasideA
A C beat Robert Ctirrv HI Ueor Georete e A 0 In 4 4mlnutea 4II1IUIII 4nitnute
mlnutea II1IUIII and n 54 II seconds I Mccond bout bomm5tliliim bomm5tliliimheisnStOeorgeA William WilliamNelsontt
Nelsontt heisnStOeorgeA Oeonce A C brat W F Dddow Union UnionBoltlement UnionSettlement
Settlement A C lu M icconrta Third buutUeurun buutUeurunMelmert buututazoMstunert
Melmert National T 1 V boat A Nellion Nurml Nurwegien Nurwegienr n nT
T V In 7 minutes and 211 secuntli secuntliUSPounds secumtis125Poiiidtsirat
USPounds 125Poiiidtsirat First bout btmmtT T A Denharu New ew Went WentRid WotHie
Rid Hie A C teat P ttirphy Pavoola A C In 3D 3DiKonds 31seconds
seconds Second bout 1otmtAwtst Auunit KiirUmau HI HIItorce hiOsorce
Itorce A C licit Krnert Mranncll Kiicbritor A C Cin Cin
in t mInute and 6 leciiidn Thirl I l oulI > Niflot NiflotIM NuitatIa
IM Ia ins A C In it at J Jostqtli epli Iletuland Bt lleore leo e A AC AC
C nn tlia tti referee declilon after U mlnutea of ofI ofwretling
wretling wretlinglga
I lga A PoundsFirst rantMax Wiley Rochester A AC AC
C beat lolrn L Cluney Ciune > Union Hettlement A C on ondeclilim etaiecisimm
declilim of referee aflnr u inlnnt of vrfslilmr vrfslilmrBeronil a riettinut4econl
Beronil hout totitCharles Charles Lehren Paitlmo A C Leal K KMuller F3lulier
Muller Columbia ColurubiaTmmrn Turn Verelu erein In 44 sroonilnoxisa sroonil eeontteisotING
noxisa noxisainspound isotINGlnnPounlF1M
inspound lnnPounlF1M Flnt BoutJames Jpffrlei Klmwood KlmwoodA
A C lieal eat Robert Apprl New West Side A C In the theHieond theeond
Hieond eond round Hncoud llout ltoiit1tmry II iirr Kennov Sew SewWfc NewWit
Wfc Wit t Hide A C best Jam < Coyne to Or Sterling A C In Inthree inthree
three roinrlH on oh the reirrte tension tue Jiulnes Jiulnesdieitcreeliu iigpalisugroeimmc
dieitcreeliu Third Hunt Tht Tlmnis < nM Klllllea Union Uniontielllcipdit Cv iou iouitetilcmpelmt
tielllcipdit A C bc teit t Iforire Brett N NYork w wYork
York Cub Fourth llout ItoutJame Jamrs Hone HoneAvonl t4orieAonls
Avonl < A 5 heat J 1 Uaror Iao Now West Site A C In Intbn inttmte
tbn ttmte < e rounds the Jndves aunKliiR 111th HiutKd HiutKddl It tItlti tItltidIe
dIe dl Lovell Star A 0 bent Michael Hock loicvll loicvllOloeClub hloacoilllIce
OloeClub lIce Climb In the fecund round Hliih Uoiil 1immtJck 1immtJckDoinpecy Jack JackUempser
Uempser Pastime A A C stopped Rlwanl Darclar DarclarPastime DarelsyPsutiumw
Pastime A C In time third rmnd r imimI soveutb llout lloutW Imoutv
W v Cullen Itlnn Selllemont A C beat Charles CharlesPrior CtisrleiPrior
Prior St Harthulomcw A C In three rounds the thejudge theulgea
judge aireftnc aireftnc12r izteetitcl2aPttmtiFirat
12r l2aPttmtiFirat > Pntitiairir t boutJohn I Sholes Jr To Tornuto TortiitO
rnuto Ont itoppeil T I F Murphr Kosbury Mats MatsIn Ma MaIn
In the eecOfl eoonl t round Bccnud bout botmtIatrlclm Patrick White WhiteNow thittNew
Now West Rile A C itoiiped William Tniato TniatoP TriatoPetiimte
P Petiimte < tlme A C In the third round Third hoot houtorire hootslerge
slerge orire Wilier pjitlini A ti stopped Henry HenrrOoLtta Henryoinra
OoLtta oinra Seaside A tl In the Shirt round roundFourtii roundPoimrtu
Fourtii bout t D Kelly St IlarthoHmew IlarthoHmewA
A C topped H Lanv Pastluio A C In the eecond eecondround secant secantremind
round Fifth biulWllllain llooth Paatlme A C Cutoppnd Cmtoiipet
utoppnd John MeCau pjitlme A 0 In the third thirdround thirl thirlriuuml
round rlnth boutFrank bout Franli Farrell 1irkwac A Alopped Aiupped
lopped Oe letr > i Srree Fjula A C In tbe tl thltd thltdround thhdmound
round Seventh IHIIItC it 1 irnham Petorboro PetorboroOnt
Ont beat John Dnneiran Inlon Metiliment A AIn C Cin
In three rounds the Jiulun aitreeltif aitreeltifIt
It was liipossIM to get In llin ether classes classesbefore ciaaesbefore
before mldnlght ai in they r will be put on n tnnljht tnnljhtthe tunttmtthe
the finals nu1 to be decided In all clauses on Saturday BtturJarnight Saturdaynitbt
Nations Assembly uf the he I A W nn the theGood theGood
Good Itcmili yiipstlcm yiipstlcmPnitADELrniA JuestiminPRILADEIIUIA
PnitADELrniA Fob 14 14The Tho opening of the theIi theIi
Ii A Vf V National Assembly Is always tame tamoand tameanti
and today was no exception to tho rule The Theflr Thedrit
drit flr t hearing la by custom devoted to good goodroads goodroad
roads Forty members out ot the entire dele delegation dolegation ¬
gation congregated In room C of the Contin Continental Continentmil ¬
ental Hotel where the Good Bonds convention conventionwas
was called to order at 230oclock 2 30 oclock by Chairman ChairmanOtto ChutirnariOtto
Otto Dornan The first speaker was Chief ChiefConiul ChiefConsul
Consul C W W Small of Ma Mane < ne who advocated advocatedtho
time education of the farmer In the thamatter thematter
matter of good roads by quoting his hisown hIsown
own experience State nld had been beendefeated beendefeated
defeated In Maine by the opposition oppositionof
of thin farmers who had signed blindly blindlynnd blIndlyand
and without withoutknowingwhat knowing what they were werecigmiing werecigmiingthe sinning sinningtho
the protest sent to them by the State Orange OrangeTrot OrangeProf
Trot Hamilton Secretary of the Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaDepartment PenmisylvantaDepartment
Department of Agriculture felt sorry to have havotocontess havetoconfecs
tocontess that In splto ot the wherewithal to tobuild tobuild
build good roads roadsrack rock bottom for n founda foundation fountiation ¬
tion abundance abmintlnnceofstonc of stone asulTlclencyof money moneyto
to pay for the construction and plenty ot men to toknow toknow
know how to do the workthe highways of ofPennsylvania ofPennsylvania
Pennsylvania are poor pooras as a whole nnd to make makotheir maketheir
their case ctlll worse the 100000 miles of ofcountry ofcountry
country roads In this State cost no less than thanilOsOtlOO
4000000 por porycar year The drift of hi his highly In Interestlng Interecting
terestlng remark wnathnt the great need I Icompetent Is Iscompetent
competent supervision and that this was now uowwithin nowwithin
within reasonable distance of realization realizationDelegate realizationDelegate
Delegate Fuller from Long Island In n nspeech isspeech
speech of witty sallies told of his good roads roadscampaign roadscampaign
campaign In New York State smut of the many manyobject manyobject
object lessons he had taught by means ot otlantern oflantern
lantern slides Incidentally ridiculing the sug suggestion suggestion ¬
gestion made that If the L A W V were to give giveup giveUp
up racing It would los loan tho tli benefit ot the thenowspnp thenowcpIper
nowspnp r notices It now receives rece lsa He for forone forone
one had obtained nil the advertising ho howanted hewantptl
wanted for good roads from every now newspaper newspaperin iipnr iipnrIn
In New York and ant Brooklyn except one anti tho thoman tiittman
man In power In thai OTSO was n member of ofth oftime
th time I A W V Haclng flour ItonrlMr flourMr
Mr Harrison of f the llond Inquiry office too toohad toohaul
had n long tale to tell about the IIIMH mile milehe mileshe
he had travelled and the 2lI JilTi addresses hi > hid hidmrnln hindmarie
marie to spread the gospel of good rnails rnailschiefly rnmiachiefly
chiefly In the West Ho paid psi n hlghoompll hlghoompllinent high eompii eompiiwent
went to the New nttw Jersey tllvljon thanks to towhosi towhose
whose > pioneering labor New uew ork Htalo Sttt hail hailbeen hailbemmi
been enabled to present last year n Hinto trmtti mil
bill which was Wa in his mind the best of any
hitherto put rogothor rogothorGood tognthcrGood
Good Itoadt Chosteot Minnesota npponlod npponlodto
to the meeting In favor of cyiln putli and andmoved mmmimovmtt
moved n resolution subsequently ndopnd In Instructing timstructirmg ¬
structing time chairman to report to this thnAiKimbly thisAsnmbiy
AiKimbly that In time opinion of thU thu meeting nimetingtho
tho I A W V should clvo iso special attention and anda antInasktanen
a nasktanen l fancntothebulldlnK to time building ol cycle paths local localnnd localmini
mini interstate InterKtaloChlnf interstateChiti
Chlnf Consul H H Earle of Michigan had n nscheme ascheme
scheme of his own tottll to tell about IlehnKnrgAn IlehnKnrgAnItKil lie hte organ organiced
iced the 1 lb 1 D or bloyclo path bulMers Iny
1 has been sflcctid us 11 P day anti on that thatauspicious titttnumepicioUs
auspicious Tuesday In the present year hn hu e epoets en enpoets
poets n cycle path one foot while and f 5o > < X miles mileslong milesiong
long to bo creiitod by his army of II I1 I1thovrl I Ii Iihovl
thovrl In hand Tint consuls knowledcn of ofhuman tm tmtmmmrnan
human nature Is I shown In time tact act that the thnroutine thePontiac
routine Wheelmen are tn hnnqupt the JMrnlt JMrnltmen hietrnttmcii
men on Fnh ohi 20 that the latter cure to sltullnrly sltullnrlytreat siummilarhytreat
treat their 1ontlac brethren on March Unml so soon soi
on onChief ° i Chief ± hlef Consul Cook of Hhodo Island related
how Little Ilhodlc hn line got there without mummy nnyStat mummyState
Stat > aid but by constant agitation Secretary
Volls of Connotleut riportid what a suofvs suofvsStut CtmCies5Sttt
Stut aid had provid In time Nutmeg Stats KtnUThe StatsThe
The ilflegatn from Dover N J 1 siiggestod this thoadvisability thisamlsrieabiiitr
advisability of securing this nld mmii of time country countrynewspaper countryinwcpaoer
newspaper In favor ot good roads Conway ConwavHam ConwaySame
Ham expressed the hope thai the tht Maryland
Hood Cstti Vniniljslon fli ission bill 11 II would svau ii i goon brine hrlmi t out iii t a amuch amntiii
much nocded Improvement In lilgliwiyn there thereThe thereThin
The Oood Hondo Convention then mljnurnid mljnurnidA
A comparative talije tattle of L A W V mumborshlp mumborshlpwns
was prisinted n nu follows follnwnFHliruary followsleirmiarv
FHliruary 1813 li 112 > inO February IWip 1Si07i
70 7i 1CI4 February HWO51Wtl HWO51WtlThree 11190 51 141i 141ilhmree
Three Crew From Wisconsin In this Iliugli Iliuglikuepsle Iommghmktepte
kuepsle llegnttn llegnttnThe hlegmutinThis
The Unlvorty of VIron Visconsin ln has decided to tohavo tohave
have three crows In tho Poushkeipsln regatta regattaon
on Juun10 Juan 30 In addition to thu Varsity artslty and andfreshman aolfreshman
freshman eights there will alan bo u four fourTim fotmrThis
Tim frwhmen are reported to have boon hard hardlit
lit work sine Christmas and mmii Conihns Ila Ilaitmiti > i innd
nnd Mc Mcomm < onvllie stile announce that t thus Vitniiry l rism 1 v ran ranilldalet ti tiilicitties
illdalet will lieifin Work nt once Of I lint lintHen mistsmtsOn
Hen smtsOn ons S eight Bather amid lvinun are ro the only onlyabsuntcus onlytbetaiitmom
absuntcus IIIrclib hilrciiberg < rcnnd mmml lUikms Init viarN viarNHiibMiJtutiM vstrt vstrtsum
HiibMiJtutiM sum ttMtJ tit urn iignin vmilldnlPH toni bin Icts foraaK for mo3t In Inthe Imuthe
the nrsltr boat Among the I lie othir promisln promislnmen lrmnmieiigmdi
men In tho ho list nn > Cnwliy ot the us ircw riw A 1
AInxiinder A lmxmnl r Cnptnln ti ttn I mm of Ihe I tm o 1 17 bout t nnd mm nil Street Streetanother S I Iatmother
another arslty man mantllil manlti
tllil lti Prim ninl Atmnnnlls Unve srrcil In InUow iiiIto
Uow Ito n Week Knrllrr KnrllrrTho nrhierlie
Tho lie Varsity ami Freshmen crews o tlmliii tlmliiivnrsltyof time liui liuivorsity
vnrsltyof vorsity of Pennsvlvanla will row the tii crews nt nttho utthe
the Annnpolls Academy at Annnpoll on May
12 Instead of May II in as m originally clieilnlel clieilnlelTha
Tha change was brought about bv a confer conferinc comiltirence
inc ence between represtutatltonof of the crews tint amithe tintthmtt
the new date Is Intl Md to b be entlnilr ent lri satjsfsctttry satjsfsctttryto nti faitory faitoryto
to both Uoaeh oaeh Ward of Old IVnn ha imts nlrendy nlrendystarted uulrentlystarteti
started In to arrange his lmi tilans aicordingly
He has been putting theVar time mcdl liy candidate candidatethrough canIhltmtesthrotigh
through hard sprouts and all the nion are areworking areworkiu
working with the thorough understanding that tiatevery thatwill
every on will reeelve a chance to niuku the theIgnu
Office safes house safes bank safes jewel safes coin safes silk safes safesevery safesevery
every size and style and all of the same urn old reliable standard known alt altover allover
over the world for 60 years as the best Prices right rightT rightHalls
T T 119 C C
Hall Halls s Safes SafesYour
Your Vourold old safe ufeexchanged exchanged KINSEY RAINIER THOMSON THOMSONfor
for a rlodern Hall QENERAL AQFNTS AQFNTSSecond AOINTSSecond
Second Handjafe hand Safes for forgale to 393 BROADWAY N Y YSafe VSafe
Safe moving movingalid and repairing TfiL 307 FRANKLIN
Tim New York Council bowlers broke even In Inthe Inthe
the Columbia louraamf tournament nt hut night Th The scoreil scoreilriwT seoresiriasT
New York CoiiDOllKltclitlt 142j Snom 181 181Orunlnaer 182Orumtinger
Orunlnaer IZil Total Iot 4io 4ioKuiiiln 500Emuitr
Kuiiiln Oily CityOrosu Ornss l73iNangle 173 Nangls 18 i Bnlittd
17 Total lutalSlN 618
srroxn flAME naviNew flAMENew
New York ConncllKllolult Iflflj Rnover 185 185Onitilniir 1651Onmtmlimger
Onitilniir MX total 4711 4711ColonliilWanberer U UColonlalWamlcwr
ColonlalWamlcwr 163 A Bllberstfln 142i 142iDavit I 42 421svl
Davit 123 Total Totst4i5 Totst4i5TCtflD 41N 41NTIIHD
Empire City CitiOroS Oros 180 Naugle 171 Bralsted BralstedcdlonlalWaudertr
117 lots tlR tlRColnnistWiutlerer
cdlonlalWaudertr ColnnistWiutlerer lfl 1011 A Bllberiteln IBS IBSDarli 153Davis
Davis lltl Total Total10w 448 448Jow
Jow scores e rc wer were rolled In the AthUtleLeoju AthUtleLeojugainr Athletic League Leaguegaimmes
gainr at tIme North End Club alley on Tnea Tuesday Tuesdaynight y ynight
night Time score
riiuT nAME oaucSsw nAMENew
New York A CUrown 104 Armstrong 187 187nooth 157flooth
nooth l 363 Si KllnKlbntter 131 Arnold 188 Total TotalMtf Totali
i Mtf MtfNorth North Enl Clnbllrltzman 1S5 JUbr usher 17S 17SOloz 173I
Olozagi Oloz ua ira Reese 20H CaUli 141 Total 884 884Nw 834SEC000
Nw York A CDrown 1 135 5 Armstrong 157 157nH 157Patti
nH Patti > lh 174 hilnuelliiitfer 142 Arnold 1W7 Total Totalsrti Totalsiur
srti srtiNiirth Niirth End En ClnbHeiUman 178 riihtr 148 148Oluzaza 148I
Oluzaza 181 lltrcso 142 Cadiz 149 Total TotallISt TotallIStvumumn 7M 7MTnmn
Tnmn OAMC OAMCNew ouxrNew
New York A CIlrown 135 Armatrong 178 178Ilootb 17 17hbooth
Ilootb I4i > KliUKilhoffer 147 Arnold 176 17 Total
7 7711
7North North End CliibHstttman 171 lhr 118 118Olciiaaa 118Otrsmzs
Olciiaaa UI2 lives 203 Caillt air 161 Total 807 807The 807Tue
The tlirre lire Athletic Lraune came played at the thsniso thea
niso a seilit > lllO A A allies on Tiirmlay nl nIght ht were won by bythe bytime
the home bowlers Thuscuresi Thuscuresirinit rheucuresrmnT
rinit DAME DAMEItonrTllii SAMEtoeevIiltu
ItonrTllii A APl APiereon rson 1M Badger 171 Wood
172 ViuNeis Viti Nes lf mra > 2 Merer Me 7cr IHSI Total SM SMColnmhlaJagfr 5545olmitnhtaJager
ColnmhlaJagfr 14 I ln llaltnbwi ISIS Oells
141 14 Kimball 140 HeiuraaD 137 Total 784 784SICOSD 784atc000
no floauiil ilM A API A Pierson rson 1 1150 01adKr Badger Ifll Wood
20 20131 i Van Xe 17Oi Meyer 207 Total silo H28C siloClumniii
C Clumniii lutn > il > ClubJaMer ISS i3 Ualenl Halenbeck ck IBS IBSOclU 1511tells
tells IMjKimUII 154 KImball I88lleuiman 1811 hieumin 164 Total780 Total780THIRD Total75i1THiSI
THIRD cuur cuurRosHlll SAM SAMItoscuilie
RosHlll A API APierson ron 14fl Badger IK Wood
163 VauNeo Vau se lfl1 Myr 1f yer 148 Total 501 501Coiumttiis ol olColumlilii
Columlilii C Inl ltmbJatr > Ja < < r 181 IIalrnb hlalenbeek ek ito 110lelli itohells
hells IH6Klmball hIS Kimball 164 lleuiruan custOm 177 Total 741 741Tntsdar 741Tmieduy
Tntsdar nlshtn rime mr In tbs Brooklyn Twenty TwentyilitU Twentysixth
sixth Ward tournament rciulUJ result u follows followariMToaMiE followsussr
riMToaMiE riMToaMiETwcntySlitb ussr QAYC QAYCTwentySisth
TwcntySlitb WardJtntirn l iSI 2 niddsrhoff 1 100 100Ilakr f fBaker >
Baker K 104 > 4 Mkldmor lull Aberle 114 Total Hal HalAnnei 551AlmnoiCoOk
Annei AlmnoiCoOk Cook Hl1 Kaeiumer I27 1271 Ilafkofen 180 180Doeraph 180Doerslth
Doeraph 1R4 Kyrtne 202 02 Total 82H 82HSICONP 824ucovr
SICONP naME OtUtTwentrRlith naMETwentytbixth
TwentrRlith WaMJant ard3antien fn ISO 1 110 Ridderhofr Ridderhofr1BR
1BR linker ISUi BklUmorr 218 Merle 140 Total Totalso
Auneirxiok IBl OrotlngcrUS lUckofrn 102 102Dacrzapb 102Dcrzspb
Dacrzapb 1 138 3 Krrine 114 Total 7w8 7w8Tlie 7115TIme
TIme Kings County Wbwlmsn won second prize In Inth inthe
the th chas A tnurnainrnt of the Lone Island Lot C C Con Con
on iberullorloDTueiiJaynlKht be ruli of on Tuceily night Tlieacores TlieacoresKliiB The score scoreKing
King CMintv Wherliutn WiueeiienmCOurteflay Courtnnay 208 20 De DeNyi tieNyse
Nyi Nyse 1H4 Tttlildy Ill I Leach acb lull Cornish 179 179lliVbwIrit 174I
Total M4t M4tlmihwick
I lliVbwIrit lmihwick Whrelmenalahlan 178 Thicken 14S 14SHchrrlber 145Icmrther
Hchrrlber 137 Delaney 143 Landman 171 Total Totalllcgan
747 747Lesn llcgan Lesn WlitelrncnHchlff 130 Brush 147i Tay Taylor Tayher ¬
her 173 Oilr Ozley 13 las Kgelhoff 172 Total 700 700Tbe 7450This
This United Bowling Clubs Section I tournament tournamentwas
was resumed on TuenJay night at th the Arcade alleys alltysThe alleysTime
The scores
FIRsT CAME OAMIDefendfrnerkunsteln CAMEPefenderIleckenstein
Defendfrnerkunsteln 18 heR Resenftld 1 163 163hladeler 3 3Hadelrr
Hadelrr 143 torte 181 Meter 17rt Total TotalManahalta
811 811ManahaitaZimmormninfl Manahalta ManahaitaZimmormninfl Zlmmermann 1 153 3 Thode 13 13Pair 135 135Daly
Pair 183 Sttlnmetz lao win leo Total
SICOKD OAKS OAKSManahattaZlinmermann osxz3tanahaltaZimmermann
ManahattaZlinmermann lull Thai 130 130Daly 230Daly
Daly 16H bttlnmtU 12B Wilt 103 Total TotaloitlWal
731 731OwlWalsh oitlWal OwlWalsh > h 148 Bauer 1 155 < W Or Orbentein beoit ln 147 147Kraemer 147Kremer
Kraemer ill Mayer 14V Total IfO IfOTHIRD 750reman
THIRD niME niMEDfndern OAM OAMDetuderflitkeasteln
Detuderflitkeasteln Dfndern dteniteln 101 15 Rosenfeld 171 171Olockler I 711 711fllockler
Olockler 140 Uoett 170 Meier 141 Total TotaloirlWalih Tot
755 755OwlWalsh oirlWalih 147 147m Bauer IBB Onbecsteln 188i 188iKraeuier 165Erseumer
Kraeuier 1MB Meyer IDS Total 80S 80SUst SOiLast
Last nights North Side League game resulted a afollowa as asfollows
rmiTotui rmiTotuiPonlla rim GAME GAMEloutio
Ponlla Wheelmen Team 2 2Ebling Ebllnz 184 Steam BUarn14H
14H 14451 Bell 141 Kessler 186 Clinch IPO Total TotallariniontLeouhardt TotallgreniOOtL5OiihaTtt
lariniontLeouhardt 173 Price 128 Blanehard
100 Worcester 170 Welsktr 117 Total 7M8 7M8ClarriKunlLeonbardtKB 71i5sconsp
sconsp SAME SAMEClsremuntLeonbTdt
ClarriKunlLeonbardtKB 175 Price 121 Blanehard BlanehardlUii hlluntbardiai
lUii Vorce turceeter ter 1H3 Welaker Vefsker hums Total 7 7llorongbCantf 7511 7511ltorougtaCareteDs
llorongbCantf DB 131 Prune 17 hits Total 309 309THUD 309TIiiD
Pontiac Wheelmen Team 2Ebllnc ISs Steam
127 Bell f3 Kessler 221 Clinch 140 Total 78W 78Wlliruiuh 76513rumttiCartnn5
lliruiuh 13rumttiCartnn5 Larstens IBt Bruno 130 Church 163 163Zlmmerruau 253Zimmmmnernmami
Zlmmerruau 129 Total 60S 60SThe SasThe
The final irsmes in the Cut B tournament of tht thtLonit thsLong
Long Inland A of C C were listed lust night The TheInatrr Thetreater
Inatrr New York W V win premier honor and th thSouth ths thsSouth
South Brooklyn W St seron secant l The score scorerinsr coreet coreetmns
rinsr mns SAME OAMIlied SAMElIed
lied Hook Wtanninc 121 Aalbui 118 Worpel Worpel137i
187 Wtttponn l4 Olsmi 143 Total fl8 fl8Wllllarnabnrt 518Svllliamsbmtr
Wllllarnabnrt WDIllfln Mi 3 UoUraf HI 5 Camp Campbell Camphell ¬
bell D4 Meyer 13 Schrooiler 117 Total 622 622SECOSI 522secoon
SECOSI GAME 04MIWtllUmiburg GAMEtvilllamsburg
WtllUmiburg WDlctWn ir4 Denraf 107 107Campbell 107Canipheli
Campbell 1U Meyer l 1121 > 2t Sf breeder 12U Total Totalifeatrr Totaltheater
theater ifeatrr Sew York W Wilause Haute 168 Smith 18R 18RIlaiier 185hlaimer
Ilaiier K 152 > 2 Steinberg 123 Orauer 111 Total
741 74 ii
III1ED nAME OAMIGreater nAMEIreitter
Greater New York WUauie ISO Smith 123 123HoJ 135usher
usher 151 Steinberg 150 Oraner 212 tmtotai
1401 1401lie HoJ lie Honk W WIanuing Panning 140 Aallme llfl Wor Worpel
pel 133 Wlttpenn lot Olson olson 100 Total TotalTime 6P2 6P2The
The Independent flvo had no trouble In winning winningtwo winntngtwo
two vaiues m the Arllnuran Woman tournament lu luBrooklyn iiiIlrooklyn
Brooklyn on Tuesday afiornoou The scores acorearia scoresrimul
ria rimul r OASIS OAueIniletienlentMrt OASISlmmtipenlentMrs
IniletienlentMrt Sharps 123 I 25 Mrs Mr Dleden 122 122Mr 1 22 22Mr
Mr onilian iomtm an 112 I I i Mm Kleivlta k 111 1 I Ii Mn MnJaiXoon MrsJatkson
JaiXoon 114 Totilnva TotilnvaOulumbalMis TotlittiSiiurnba
OulumbalMis iiurnba 2Mis Bark 15 Mn8erg r lea Mrs MrsLati Mr Mriatm
Lati 17 7i Mrs llnsobrock VU Mrs Ueliter 111 111Total iiirtxl
Total 608 608Columbia 04
aScoxD nAME nAMEColmmnittla
Columbia 2Mr Mrs Hick 75i 7 Jim flecger Hit l1 MM MMLinn unLmtmo
Linn 74 Mri It 8tetbrock webrock Hi is 4 MnUeiger Mr huger n 02 Total
437 437KlnK King < CinnlyMr Wcnltch 102 Mr Ilrunnln
114 Mrs Tcltje 7H m4 Mri Innkcn H6 Mrs 31m Emken Emken14M Enmkenl4ti
14M Total 1545 < 8rt
Tiiinuaiui TiiinuaiuiKings Tiliiti OSMI OSMIKings
Kings CountyMrs Wcnlnch 107i Jo Mr Bnmnlng hininntngDi
01 Di Mr rs TillJe 6H < Mr lire Ibnken 114 Mrs Emken EmkenludepriideniKi Emumkemii4
i4 Total r5 r5lmmtetrit5fl1i5
ludepriideniKi Sharp IZrt SIrs Plmlen LIB LIBMr 135Mrs
Mr Mrs Vondran Ill Mri lci Kleielback SI l > i Ibis Jack Jackttoi Jakaiu
ttoi 141 TotalilM TotalilMTwo total ml I l lTwo
Two Btmm were wan by the Lancashire loni In Inth Inthe
th the Furs Insurance Learns on Tuesday night The Theicorfi Thescores
riltxT tilt OASIS OASISNisraraCnk UMINlaaaraCool
NlaaaraCool 141 Kiselmont 134 Wlllard 119 119Turner 110Timiumer
Turner IH7 Uarlry MIL 14 Total 70 70Iihci 705 705lsutsshieiiurliie1fl
Iihci lsutsshieiiurliie1fl hlie lliifflfld 136 Lord Lori IBS Duncan Duncan1S7
1S7 Munmr 148 Wanneinachcr los Total 790 790BEltKtD 790prclor
BEltKtD lAME OAMIIjiucaahlre lAMEIaucasimire
Ijiucaahlre lUffeleln 1R 159 I Lord 110 Uunran Uunran14U
14U Munnx Mmmc 11 Witnnnemacher 114 Total TotaliulstuueEiiiursul 7MS 7MSlMl
lMl iulstuueEiiiursul tme Kniiirajn 131 I 2 ii Kodnern 164 irving
lad Uuiall 1UO 14 Ueaither tel Total 759 759Tliinti 9 9TtslRi
Tliinti O OASIS OASISNiaureColu UE UENI3iraCanli
NI3iraCanli IH4 K Feselmont elmont 101 Wlllard 1JO
Turner t 24 Barley 1 If Total Mr MrIaLUlneUiuerwin sitlaiatinetiurstun
IaLUlneUiuerwin K 12 l hbtlgtm d rr < 174 lrfln Irving
ISii hIll llaMall 121 Mr Mcaghmr htr ir4 Total 721 721Howling 721howling
Howling Onliies ToNight ToNightAs ToNighti5stucilteil
As i5stucilteil oci laJ CyclltiB Hiib of Now ftorkMorrl orkMnrris
nhrrlniMi Illvrnule Vhrlmtn and Pontiac Wheel Wheelini Wheelmcmi
mcmi ini at i bum ¼ Kablmlnrfs allays
North Silo LtagutUnoker Dolando and an Orchard Orchardtan
at Pmirimpe atieis atieistuit
I tuit I Itowi ng ClIbsRection 2Itoeeisle tpar
tan and Lotus at th the Oermanla Awemblr Hunma Hunmaalley itonnisaiie
alley aiie Section ZNat 2ssahmoe ihne Accldtnt and Went Wide
Apoll Ale It at the Acalu all silsi i s sOitnmbla sslimnatta
Oitnmbla Loin Century Wh Whmetlmn flm n and ant Carla Corlui Corlurlinuton
t lmtafl ii 53 lii mmasiug aiit i s srlmumcton
rlinuton > stionalLtnwood atIinnl Lmnwood Kllson and Wei WeicnniosttlinArluittonalleya SeiCtlflhlt
cnniosttlinArluittonalleya Ctlflhlt at tlmn Ariauttonaiieya
Furs liiiiirjiiii lrouiif IrsgsiNortlmern Sortliern Union and
IJTuninnl lAiiiInn and Ulolie at llelds held all aitye r
l Dun nk lerkii < IaKUeChemlcal National Bank I
1 I MMn k Co ° ° sitS nl he National Dink turn 2 2at 2at
at Iteld Roils alleys aallrysNorth alleysNtrtim
North Mdr mOdeEclipse Krlps Gerard and Knlckerbocktrat at
htln sallvys sallvysCarruthert
Carruthert NalloualMoniirch Pin Knight and
Prosperity at th the Elephant Club alleys
Brooklyn Koyal Aivaunin Lravae tAslLmeDuslIwick BushwIckCuiia Coon
nl II Unmeriy Uouncll ami OeWilt Clinton Council at
Tralnor a alley allorArllniton alleyArllnton
Arllniton Wom VoniermCrsctmts nCr io nti Freundabaft and andaM
Octglmms vl uigilants < IUn tl the Brooklyn Arlington ll flail ll llw llJ i
aM alleys i
ast J New w XorkExcelslor Cbauneey and Carlton I
w UIlgLa 12e 1
The Chnnres of tile N New ur Asinrliillan Ar ArMnt Are Areilt
Mnt us ltit ltuy y ai They Shiinlil He HeOIIICAIIO lieCulcAno
OIIICAIIO Fob 14Tom McCarthy of Ilostoi IlostoiwnntliohiKtof llostoiwits
wnntliohiKtof wits thi lust of thin now American Associationdtlemmtca Association Associationdolczatcs
dolczatcs tn drift Into limb town lie i > arrived thl thlmornlne this thismorning
morning ami was mild Hiiriirlsoil lo find findeverybody findeverybody
everybody KOIIO oiie except iiorco Jtcgcr o of ihlla ihlladilplili ihiii ihiiiduiplila
dilplili who Is lion1 imor for n low daIs ilavsI
I thought theyd stick hum for or a week raak raakIng making
Ing up llmsihodiilo iii shodmilo nnd drawing up a consti constitution conetituition ¬
tuition and nil that ho unM up nt Ansoni Ansoniplace AmusonsItIace
place I got In this mornlnc Vonrcflxed Vonrcflxedall Vo nrc fixed fixedall
all right In iJoston Weyogot Vevn cot 70000 behind behindus
us a lernft on Charles Diver lark whore th the
Now England League team played last season
Well sign anybody thatll good and wants to toplay toplay
play for money I gave Mctlrnw my proxy I Idont Idont
dont know who Bprung It BO wo Were agree agreeabln agreeable
able when UiV organized Iwnntto I want to see Can
and find out how Its going along
Hound town there ar are ninny sceptical as to
the now Associations chances of starting ev even n
now A number o of men wore down nt the thoplans
Thirty hills street mzrmnimmmis surveying the pao paoaiitl
aiitl making plans nnd tlm natural assumption
wile that Annan Intended to locate there
Wherever ho locates ho will play Sunday
ball said nun of his friends If that Ithe Itheca is iscase
ca case e and the new team locates on the old 01
Itrothorhood Park time Wentworthi t eutwortim whoowa uvimo own
It nnd have always been opposed to the Hun 8mm
day game may rent this season for that pur purpoiolo purP040
poiolo P040 to Anson tli COIl
One Interesting bit of news given outtodnr out toda todawas
was that not tmtitOtio ono of time cities will Interfere wlta wit
time ot Oliur5 hen In sighing plavers That 1 is Phila IhllasIeIttil ¬
delphia will prey on time Philadelphia National
Lea Ieauo uoclub elmib Chlcniro on the tim Jim Hart team teamand learnnuit
and so on until tha clubs are organized
According to this plnn Philadelphia will get
Lnjole llelehnnty Flick and Moiito Cross Crossaccording
according ti t lleuer
Mctlrnw will get n manager for mesal < l
Hoger today lis it Kelly of course and I Icouldnt Icouidntet
couldnt couidntet gat a better man tocaptnln nnd manage
for mo The troubln Is both ho anti Delehanty
playlho play the left Hold so ono will havutomovo havutomovoover have to niovms niovmsover
over In the ventro garden I think the captain captainnnrt captainann
ann manager should bo there ant Kelly can canplay canilay
play It CiojHlms oat humus been nt me fora for a month to tosign toatn
sign him Ive iv cot Willie Kouler cinched elnohemiove
Wove ove got to hare n cracking good goo team In
Philadelphia Tlmi town will be the backbone backboneol
ol time League Why hydo do you know I think we wewill wewill
will sign Tim Iionnhuo inside ot four days dayson
You on mark my words
I have nothing to glva ivn out about rnr rnrgrounds mygrounris
grounds or Players yet said Capt Anson Ansonore
t ore In lund 1 ran Bet the grounds nil right rightow
Now ow here comes annthor IntcroMIng tangle
If the new association begins tho Ituoseason season Anson Ansonwill AimSoimwill
will havo to secure grounds the National
League will start Its club organization and
Comhkey declare war or no war that he win winplace wiltilmtee
place nn American I letigue < t < iituiolul ciuli > hero heroMeCnrttiy Inureltocnrtny
MeCnrttiy and Ilegnr bit for the East to tonight tonlgimt ¬
night Uatore going McCarthy exhibited euximibitedtype a allenltyand
type wrItten statesiment from the Now Emmglatu
llenltyand Itenity and Safe Deposit Company of Boston
that n Btook company with n paidin capital of
750 had been organized in that city nnd an anthat
thai by the terms ot Its charter the said com company cornpatty ¬
patty Is authorized to conduct a ceneralnmuso ceneralnmusoment eimeral amuco amucoment
ment and baseball bushiest nt Hoston After Aftergloatingover
I gloatlnKOVcr the document for an even five fiveI
I minute thii rhlltuHphln delegates returned
It to McCnrthy who slmoly said 1 jnst jnsti 7 7I
i brouKht till this puoor along to Dhow the other otherilelegntoii
delegates that my peoplo wero not four
flushing flushingHanlon flu slming slminghianlon
Hanlon Ilnnnlng fur Kprlni P rootle rootleIlALTiiionE ractIceBALTismonic
IlALTiiionE Teh HPresldent Hanlon I Iattending Is IsI
I attending to Ihe business of getting the haul Baltimore haulmore ¬
more and Brooklyn National Loaeuo teams In Inshape insimaito
shape for the opening of the coming season seasonAt seasonI
I At the same rlmo ho Is Ii watching developments developmentsIn
In Association circles from the corner cormierof of his hiseye
i eye Hanlon said this morning that ha does doeinot doesriot
not believe the Circuit Committee of the lie League Leaguerm Leaguehit
hit rm any Intention ot meeting In Now York Yorkand YorkandIn and andIn
In order to prevent any false rumor rumorabout rumorsabout
about the object his visit to that city cityha cityho
ha asserted that If either the Circuit
Committed or thn League meet there therathis therethis
this week he would defer his consultation consultationwith
with Elicits until the coast IH clear There Theraare Thereare
are two things which are occupying Hanlon Hanlonattention hlatmlonsattention
attention at present presentgetting setting tho Baltimore Baltimoreplayers flaltitnorplayers
players In line liii and selecting spring training trainingQuarters trainingqumartere
Quarters In regard to tho former matter h hhe he hesays
says > he tins heard from every one of the thsI theOrioles
Orioles of ofiast last years team except one and to
I him he did not write writeHelntlmate writeIiointirnatos
Helntlmate that all the men are ready reamlyfo reamlyfosign o oilgn
sign the formal document binding thera for forthe forthe
the coming seasoum ei oti As for the Southern city cityat
I at which training IH to be donelt need not sue sueprice ur
1 price any one If the old quarters at llaconar llaconarengaged Macon are areengageti
engaged again A imw ground has been fixed fixedup fixedup
up them nnd with llnnlons ltnimlonswellknown wellknown love lovnfor lovefor
for the conveniences and general ailnptabllltr ailnptabllltrof
of that city for spring training It looks like likeeasy likeeasy
easy monny nioflu that llaltlmnre will train there
The Brooklyn team may go there too hut I
Hanlon wan well plenied with Augusta last lastvear lastear
vear ear antI that city will receive consideration
He will coon take a trip over that section sectionIrenlilent sectionlreitent
Irenlilent Rohlsons Stnement StnementlUiTiMonr StatenmeuntBtLTlMOnr
lUiTiMonr Feb 14 14Presitient President Roblson of ofSt ofSt
St Louis authorized the following statement statementtonight statementtonigbt
tonight tonightThe tonigbtThe
The National League has not abandoned the theterritory theterritory
territory of Washington nor will It do so Mr MrWanner MrWagticr
Wanner Is reported as a selling nls Iii players playersHo playersITo
Ho has this tiii right and should all of them thembe thornhe
be disposed of tho National I Lenguo < onguo would wouldplace woultittlace
place another team there It would tin h hin
In charge ot other parties should Mr MrWagner MrVagnr
Wagner desire lo be relieved of his hisfranchise hisfraneimlee
franchise The its Circuit Commltoo has not notbeen notbmetm
been nulhnrlxeil to offer Mr Wagner mmgner any nnyprleo anyirk
irk for Ins franchise Another reason why whythe whythe
the National League will not abandon Wash nim
Inglon IH furnished Iiy the report that the new newnssocrtlon nosyassoci
nssocrtlon associ tituji Is I Mklns to locate there As it for for1bmitininro
Haltlmoro HPT I is no neee Iioessitv < sltv for mv saying savinsanvthlng sayingnnvtitluig
anvthlng Mr Von oim derllorstnnd ir hiorst ati Mr Hanlon
havi a vote luthe iii the league just as is I have Their Tholrstand TheirtnntI
stand Is well known and speaks for Itself ItselfMessrs itselfMessrs
Messrs on tier Ho host t nnd Hanlon nlso nls ln Inmitmrstj
dorso llin forecolni tatfiniiit It Is taken to tomean tonm
mean nm calm concluslvoly cmol mmci sly tha I hmt tho t Ito League will wi ii be becomposoJoftcn becomopovod
composoJoftcn comopovod of en If not twelve cities this season seasonFine seasonFine
Fine Dogs from Kurope fur time Cinrdrn CinrdrnMinw fitirilenlmsu
Minw MinwJ lmsu lmsuJ
J J Holbrook and 0 C A Parker who arrived arrivedon
on the Boyle with twentyseven dogs that have haveboen havebeen
been entered for the Westminster Kennel Club Clubshow Clubshow
show called on the suporlntcident James JamesMortimer JamesMortimer
Mortimer yesterday Many of the dogs have havebeen havebeen
been prizewinners In England nnd nil are ot a agoodbort agood
goodbort good sort rite string comprises the bulldogs bulldogsHomestead bulldogsHomestead
Homestead Lady Dock Leaf Carthusian Chin ChinChin ChinClii
Chin Clii n Doric Homestead I Heathen I imit bmtun nml a mitt lllrkley I Ii rk by
lleaiity the Irfsh terriers llloomllold Ardala ArdalaTopper trdaisIopper
Topper nml Lady Horrnlr the Airedale Llynd LlyndIJettle Liynt1liett
IJettle liett it Itichinoiil 1 liehi titomi Vinititiini imii tifli 11 nnd some other otherfox otherfo
fox fo terriers Ilotchln Nip m i a noted Pomeranian itrncrunlantwo t ttwo
two bull terrierConiion ttrriers C ommmlomm IrMeand Irili4 itflti Houllghan Houllghanand
and u variety or black and tan terriers ani anitoys an antoys
toys Parker brought on his own account the thegreyhound thegrevbmoutmi
greyhound Langley Squire SquireTho SIUITIThe
The late entries from Kngland antI the West Westhave est esthave
have brought t tlm i Ito total up tm it to 21 Mori U This 1 hi Is Isnhoiit iinhoimt
nhoiit ono bund liOn red more than last year which whIchhal
had previously been thn record The two twoCrokurbovH twoCrokor
CrokurbovH Crokor ious have for the first time msdfl msdflmany madiinulimy
many entries of Imported dogs HlchiuJ HlchiuJlrokiir IlichardCrolcsr
lrokiir r I makes his appearance m mu nn exhi exhibitor cxliihitor ¬
bitor of bulldogs wili a i string of four In Including Inciii ¬
cluding ciii I I flu Persimmon itri iii moon a solid iii brlndlo bin ni it that has hasbeen hasIttn
been it g real winner wirm tier in m Im Kngland ingln iii wnd ho also nlsoshows alsoS
shows S tho I tue lmiirtei I nm i ° rt ci Ireneh I rttmotm ImlldoK hit I ltlng Marauls MaraulsFrank 3m rqtmle rqtmleFrank
Frank Croker bio blossomimm < omH out as ts tint owner of ofsix o oS
six S I c Imported I till iorttti bull bu Ii I m rrmr > r < Flashlight I Iaiui I I It t a noted notedwinner nptetlvi
winner lvi II ni r Fire Ft en Chief ii it I Vorkvllle t o re si Ii Jlello J It lIe Whlla WhllaIxulgp S hilts hiltsLitige
Ixulgp Lady Nell tih anti Ainpho anti ho has also nlsoentered also1luzzlt
entered liable nnd Sinio moru Imported black blacknnd blacktinil
nnd tan terriers turrlerWlnnrr terrierssiimicri
Wlnnrr nl Tnnfiirnn 1nrk
8 555 x rHiNruro Fell Id 14 i4Thie The card at Tanforaq TanforaqIark Tenferarllimrk
Iark llils thu nflirimon was Ibo loorest orc t vter Cu cc otTcredal otTcredalthat oftred at atthat
that track the raru rat Inng nurkrd for thu mn most > t part partly parsI
ly I wofnS lark nf ii The wlniirm a were Nor Norferl Norfttrt
ferl Itnjal lti ii Prize Afidun Tempo HI Cailmere ant antmctireiber n < t tlcluriter
lcluriter TlinttliiiMlli Tirte tiiies itie fniiikiil rtt ani white of th thCurrUau tbi tbiorriusu
CurrUau tibo H t1uiietl liril nr ftrt t ii pat t the tti pn > t Afghan Afghant
15 t Cailinrreaiid Cailmnre ami thrrlitr winning fur tha former formerniitrrof foruiceimiatr
niitrrof imiatr of lUHtiiornc II as tutrmu Sohreib riud M drbutln drbutlnthilast tlebtmt in inthe
thilast the last rs rae < e and wan WA heavily playoH lloynl Ir lruze lruzeWI > 2 2wa
wa < M gooil an ID to I lu time icrnnd rae 1I wa waon was wasoil
on cdue tge tor She ArM tiint nut and Vitatoo ltat0t neMf neMfnot nesefutot
not ii chauco lo get roW tout fwilPWO toutirrilflce
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I mclii loops with pile strspe tiers and colt colthums
lars corr correspumadencu ii > oudencw solicited licltetb urlcttur racb Jlao JlaoWAN1 Jlls
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