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Contestants orr it 1204 O4 Thli TIll Mornln Mornlnanil Morninir llornlnand
r j and nd Kramer Leads at First 1IIeCor MtIeCory title 1IIeCorbltt Coi Coibelt
y belt bltt Fires Starting tirlIn Gun GlmRoullil Houilis Catu Catua CaUlei
i a Plturblnlt flisturbsneet Disturbance A Large Lale Crotvi CrotIAt CrotviAt cowd cowdAt
At just ju Jt t 1204 1 < oclock oclok clock thin thll morning morln a plsti plstinhot piltol piltolhot ptohot
nhot hot was IM fired In Madison Square Garde Gardeand Oardcnand ardor ardorand
and fievpnteorii vlnteln tre more or less gaudily gaudiy cla clablcyclo cad cad1lcrco datbicycia
blcyclo 1lcrco riders rJder each a member of a tearof tear teamcf tearrof
of two t o started at a racing mclnl speed about aboutsteep abut aboutpher a a1p
cf Itart Ip
steep wuteer Aur uer like lke track trak of boards bordl an anho and andtho ant antthe
the ho eleventh ele ellh annual annualllxday Hlxday cycle race ml mlhluurated wn wninaugurated wait
inaugurated inauguratedThe
t The suoro uor at 1 oclock oclockOnugoltn ocock
Mi Mites LaM LaMC LQPJoUgoltafld
C Onugoltn oUgoltafld ugoltrid itid Slmar Slar 21 21lie ZIlulrhand l lIetlrh
lie lulrhand Ietlrh rltch and Ilcaugcndrc l aug ndr 21 21iVinttnct ZIlnt 21Inntenet
51 51Sinivni t tI 6 60OIn1
lnt iVinttnct Drtluld OIK oLnI lltrlon Irrton
I Sinivni iniqi 0OIn1 mil VnnderMuyft lndnotlI 14 14lundui1 2 r
4 lundui1 1 1uid andIHnIIIIH unit Ituiler 21 2ti I IKr j jKrrbo
i Kr Krrbo Xrhca < bairt nlll lit Prlcrwm lrI 24 24NYpliCrk 21JJlrl 2 2kIrI
NYpliCrk kIrI tnrt nrlaobon Inrotnon COhOtl 21 4 4J 4nIlI r
J Hf ld1 nIlI < lollnnrl aol tflrl M llnlll II I SI SIKrrbs I Il4c A Att
l4c tt Krrbs Irhslnr rhs And Barclay BarIA IaI I1 I1I 31 31Root 21i
I Root nnotlnd ind > Dnrlnri 21 21rialvln 21Cohlnand 4 4alvIu
i Cohlnand rialvln alvIu and HiinUrtl IHrd I i 21 21hVpgau A Agau 1 1I
hVpgau I gau mid Uc Turvllle TIrII 21 21Hauler I IIwlrranr 1IwIr
Hauler Iwlrranr find Fl nhr uer 24 24Dove 4 4flo A AT01
Dove T01 flo e and nd lledspeth ld HdswthiIIhour plh 24 24Willhowr A AWllhour
Willhowr Wllhour and Munroe Iunror 24 24Kramerand ZIKr30 4 4t
t V Kramerand Kr30 rand Fenn 24 24Mnranind Z4oran 241lcranInd
Mnranind oran nd McLean Mc al ill illThe 2tThe I IThe
The score at 2 oclock was wa 49 miles mie 3 310p9 310p9J8m lap laplame lapaI
I j lame s J JCorbe Corbett Corbe tt fired fre the shot that thastarted that thatIare
3 started Iare arted the long mill mi that tat grinds notsWIj notsWIjbut not Rlowl Rlowli owiy owiybut
i but with wih exceeding Eccelng pains plM A crowd o ofully of offuly olfully
fully fuly twelve thousand spectators Ippcators stood up upusing upu upIi
Ii using u lng sentu fntH ent for pedestals when possible possibleRnd p08lblp p08lblpRnr posaibieF
F Rnd Rnr nd yelled y pUed lled frantically frantral as al the race mc began beganIt heganI
It I was 11 the wild wid tumuluous I tumultuous crowd crowdtlmtonl crowdtlmtonlthe crowdlhutonlythl that only onlyth
the thl th sis Ii si day taco IC brings brll to town townthn tOWI towiF
F tim men lined lned up UI for tho start foil foilabreiiM four fourI ronif
f I abreiiM ur IHd on 01 Oh Ibo track at tho scratch Icrthon on tin tinTtvnnlysevpnth the theTnentyevrnth I ITenlFvpnth
Ttvnnlysevpnth TenlFvpnth street sldo shtl of tho iarden GardeiiI iardeneach 1 1Iach
I each Iach ch with a I man mal to push him off otTI offOwing or
I 1 Owing Iwlnr l In thin ne lec < ws > itv ir ol a I straRglini straRgliniMnrtldue straggltntnrtiiie lr pln plntnrt
Mnrtldue tnrt due to thin big field ffllllt and thc ho width width o othq of ofI olIt
It I thq Ih track trce the management mllagpnnt announced alnOunl th thruling thc thorulng thcruling <
ruling rulng thttt thlt the entire bunch would b ballowed bo boalowe <
1 allowed alowe one mile mie i in II which to settle etlC Into the theplaces their theirplocrI heirplaces
places plocrI and ant that list no laps lap gained in II tho firs firsmile flt fltmile firstmite
mile would count to the lie credit creit of any au rider rideand ridernnd riderand
and that no falls fal I during curng the tie first flt mile mie would wotilccount wouldloill
9 count countA loill voljflte
e A second colll pistol pi tol shot was wa fired fre after t tmile a amie
4 mile mie had been hl > n ridden and then t the 1m ruc rucwas rlce rlceRI race racewas <
was on In earnest tarnll The 1hiscoro I score of tho race ractbegan racehogan
began RI an al with the first pistol JItol shot howovcr howovcrana Icowoverand
b ana on the men will wi fnt rldn rilic until ultl 1004 104 oclocl ocloclnext oclochnext oclocknext I
next Saturday night to make It I a con continuous conI ¬
tinuous for 142 hours hoursThe lcoti lcotiThe
i race fol i houn
I nIe
The representatives reprllntntel of the four European Europearteams Europeant I
teams t amA got away nwa In il front front The he start tart was waswithout wa waswithout
without mishap > and at the end of 01 the first firstlap flt fltlp firstc
c lap lp the riders rderl wore wee well strung Htrln out ouI At Atthe Atthecnd Atthe
the thecnd end of the second lap they were ere all al Inalnhe In Irelnele InIln
elnele Iln le file fileThe III tilat
t The 1 1 he first trst accident of the race rce occurred occurredlo olcurd olcurdI
Jed Xewirk Xewirkfell Xewirkfel Norkfell
to the wearer of No 13
I fell fel in the wearr eighth lap and was replaced bj bjJacobson b bf byJacobson
f Jacobson Jachson Kramer Krmer got to the front frnt early earlyn earlynd earlynd
> n nd l was leading at the end of of the lie first firstnjlp Irt Irtnif firstiiil
njlp nif iiil The time for the first frt mile mie was 2 2minuteR 2minutes iminutes
minutes 23 45 seconds secondsA conds condsI
i I A hot pncu PUL began as ni at soon loon as this thil mile milewas mie mieI milewas
if the lie crack crackeprinterf crackr
I was ended It seemed Mmti as le I
r f eprinterf printerswho prnter enef who are likely lkely hikelyto to quit early eary were wereout wer werert
rt 0 out to wear ar tho men down do n The partners partnersf parner
i n I 01 f the men who started stnrte tho race raO were all allkept al allI
I I kept lpt at tho tracksido trck5ide during the first frt hour hourto hourto hourI
I to replace rplac theirmates their mtes in case C of emergency emergencyKramer emergencyKramer emergencyKramer
Kramer led at the second secnd mile mie also The Thetime riceUrne he heme
time me was as 4 minutes 43 15 seconds secnes Floyd FloydHiaba FloydItrebs FloydI
I Hiaba led at the third thir mile mie Uistimewae ls time was wasI
I 7 minutes S 15 seconds lEtxmds Root led le at the thefourth thei thefourth
i i fourth fOlrh mile mie In 0 minutes Ininulf IntrcuteR32 32 i5 5fCrI 5fCrIXewlrk r seeorcks seeorcksNewklrk < eond eondXewldrk
Xewldrk who returned rturned to the track trackright trackI I Irght
I right rght Xewlrk after affr hi his fall fal led le at the fifth tth mile mileHis mie mileU I IHIl
U Bl HIl His time was Wi 12 minutes minute 2 second 8eond At ten tenmiles tent I
t t miles tme Slmar Slmar led le The time tme was 21 t minutes minutesK minutesrnl minutespr
nlc K k > fl j jAt
pr rnl At cfe ten minutes before lo midnight Jn ht an in incipient inT ¬ I Icplenl
T cipient riot took tol place plac inthe in the lobby oftlic oftlictickets of the theGarden i iGarden
cplenl rot
Garden I A Ine line of persons waiing wahtrng to bly buy buytickets i itckets
tickets extended around urund prons into I Iwonty Iwontyri nofltysixth
ri tckets sixth th street str t A Acrwd crowd crowd of roughs ruI attempted attemptedto atemplOd atemplOdto I
to forc for their way through the fine to tic ticbox thet I
t box office The Tht police tried t rild to closed eloR elo the thedoom thodol
ofC polc
I f doom dol There Ther wan WIK a I rough houw hoult1 for a afew afe aI
I few fe minutes and tho glow glaR Pa pnf panes ° o 01 Mp Mpvestlhiilo tho tim timt
before thepolice the thepolfcj theIle
t vestibule eltlhu doors dorI were wlre smashed eWhcd llfor I
police quelled the disturbance disturbanceTh
Th Ile < tlueltd names of the thl riders ridef who started startedtho ItarlEd startedthee I Itho
Ih nAmCI 01
I tho race areSlmaj are Simar Ketllch Itch Breton Bretonton Bretonnnderatuyft
an nnderatuyft Butler Fod loyd Krpl Jlcb JlcbFn Jacob JacobI
prIIUf Buter
KncK Hoot HootBard Hooardpetti ItootJ3ardgett I
I ton Fn John Joll Bedell Bcdel Franz Fruz Ktd
Bard J3ardgett etU Kcegan Ke an Fisher Flther Hedspeth HedspethKramer HedspethKr
I Kramer Kr ardpetti mr McLean Walhou Vallhonr Thf Th seven seventeen IfCI sevenr 1
r teen men who started each nch iprescnte iprescntea Itpresntle Itpresntlea Rprebefltdt Rprebefltdta < I
ten wit with withth withthe I Ithe
a team nato the official list of teams
the th numbers mte allotted nlolt olclllst to and wprn wIm by b tin tinindividual the theidividual thet I
t individual idividual riders rldlrR being blng t a aa follows followsII folow folowIan
II Ian Gounod GOIiolr and m Ctesar C Mr Mmar MmarI3i iuar iuard31
I3i 31 Hectlcli and 4 4 Ueaugendre UeaugendreId
Hectcl nnl
Id l 1ontcnct Cont nr1 and id 18 0 Hreloa Hreloaii Irelou
ii 71 Sampion and nd 81 N I VnnderMuyft Vndcrtu I
101 5 Grurgc Onror Lcander 1 aDd nd Il 10 Nat Int Uutler UutlerIll Dult iJuUerticl
ticl Ill Flojd YloJ Krcbt rb anIH and ald IZ IS Petersen PetersenIl8i PtersnlS PetereenIs
I Il8i Is Jed VowklrK and IHI 14 John Jacobson JacobsonIM Jacobson1M
lS cu IM John Bedell and IGI UG ICi Menu ncdcll ncdcllinr Ordet
inr 1M Franc 8frt Kribs Hr bs and IlKI U li C I P Barclay DarclarP
17 10 uc P K f F Root Rnt and 170 Oliver Ollrr Purina Dorlontill norlonIn PurinaI
till Frank Calvin nnn In1 2i 2 2 Walirr Hardirett Hardiretttai HardKet
I I tai Patsey Keewi and nd 74 14 Charles q Tiirvllle Tlnle TlnleI
t 4 121 I 241 I James PaC Howler llwier KrIn arid nd M John T r Fisher tlshH tlshHn FisherI7I
127 n MMvIn T Ilov icc anii nd KSi t2 Woody HedsnctaPjbliy ledJtl Hedsncta
1ln 10 ni
129 > Pjbliy iVoithodir Vnllhonranrt and 131 SO Bonnie mnlr Munroe MunrocJU
IhJ lholr Anr
1311 2 JU i Frank fran Kramer ir rscicr ler and 131 3 Mllli 111 liii Fvnn Fvnni I < nn nnI
i s s i Jimmy Jim > Moran and ni 131 M Huch lugh MrLcan MrLcanOf MrLan MrLanOf MrLanOf
Of these IhffP tlsml teams the first frlt four are Eu Europeans EurCplana EuI ¬
ropeans The others aro all al Americana Americanaeither Ampricnnsher Americanseither
I rCplana either her by birth or adoption Dove and andHrdspeth andHfdepeth and
1 Hrdspeth Hfdepeth nro negroes nE rOI Adam Boyermnn Boyermnnand Beyermln Beyermlnand
and A W McDonald were the only onl ones oneschterod oneschterd oneschtercd
chterod chterd who ho did cld not start Hcyerman Hcyermanit Icerman IcermanIt
it was as wild tid saldconcludcd concluded concuded to withdraw withdaw becuuhO becuuhOhs
hs hr t did not think tim Ih team could finish Inlh in intho Intho inthe
tho money moneyWhat monp monpWhat moneyhat
What hat the Inducement inducmout is II for these theR men mento mfn mfnto mento
to rooj continuously contnuousl until unt next Saturday Saturdaynight Saturdaynight aturca aturcanight
night night rc is told in II tho following foloing list lat of prize prizemoneys priz prizeFitat
moneys moneysFlt Jonlo Jonlot1rt
i Flt Fitat t l iriZr irlc > l flJoo fldl second 5r ond prize 1101 1111 1051 third thirdnrltr thirdfrle thirdprize
prize t1rt VIM fourlli vitt KtO lUih IUII prize prll > > Io 35 o sixth sixthprize authprize lUhprl
prize prl frle li VO o seventh prle prl fHifl fHiflThewjprizes fJJ tub tubTliese
t Thewjprizes 1hel Tliese prl7A1 Pri7a represent reprelnt the I h he amounts at atptako at atpinko
ptako tao for the first fl seven places Several Severalof Serl Serlof
of the thI teams lmR roccivo rll o bonuses honule > liecaiirio llcau o of ofbeing ofteln ofLdog
being teln Bttrnctlons nrt110n and there are art various variouslittle varioduslittle lriouf
little litp fide Ido sources HOlrs from which their t gainsare gains gainsnrn gins ginsaTo
are aTo augmented nlglnlntld In all ni tim management managementpays mlnagerlnt mlnagerlntpaI managementpays
pays paI ot nOnt nboitt > out 20000 200 to 1 the riders rldpl including includingexpense Includingfpenff includingexpense
expense fpenff money mone and Ald guarantees gia rnt et It I is II not notan notOR notas
an It I it was WAi in tnn the old days nI however howPlr when whenthe whfn whfnI whenthe
the thE men mllln all received e I c handsome hanLtoml sums lmR from fromtho fm fmtho Ironithe
tho maker mikerI of tho thl bicycles they th they rqde from fromthe fromthl fromthe
the thl makers nakE1 of th tim tiros tfrts on their wheels wheelsfrom whlIA whlIAfrom wheelsfrom
I from the saddle Nedl makers tnkel tn and nne and even the th t ho handle handleliar honlo honloImr handleteur
liar makers Nowadays the money mone de derived d drhld derived ¬
rived rhld front such uch hourtvs fur R Is II slight Alght but the thowinners thef thewInners
winners Inlerl of the thl tIi race IC still 111 get a prestigo no nofix 11 assir
fix fl X day dl champion that I hiI is I of direct dirc peCulIiary pecii peciinjary pecuIjl
f njary Ijl value to them thlm throughout t hrglghout the ensuing ensuingwa eneuingNMon ensuingeaoui
wa NMon NMonI eaoui eaouiI > on onreform
reform thin Mart Iar of tho race rr there Ihlrl was wasthe waf wasI
I I the ciiptomarv I tOlnf theatrical thlrlrl Introduction Inlr dlcton of ofrac ofrh ofI
I I rac ekieh rh team tnn 111 he nnnoumvr 1nOI0r Collins mln their theirnflmes1 IhelrI theirnames
names nlm and the Ih two tlO 10nteRtlntl ontestunts riding one oneInp oneIlp oneI
I I lap Ilp around nrolne th track troee carrying flags fW om ombl cmtilernatic m
bl 11 tilernatic matic of the IhO country countr or section secton or orclub orcub orclub
club they were representing representingThe rplfentlnj
cub The Thp Century t nt Iry itoad Hoar Club cllb huh Association Associationriders Aspniationriders podalon podalonrldet
riders rldet Nnwkirk XoI < lk and lUd Jacobson JlcohRon carried carriedhugo carrlP carrlrdhuge
hugo yellow 1101 ohrysanthemuins elirysani hrYlonlhtmul hsinuuuiu About two twohundred 10I I we weI
I hundred neiiil nClhr nicuuuisrs > rH of the Ihl C K I C A 4 were werepresent weret tr trJrEInt
t I present some 01 wearing Iatin their thllr yellow Yllow sweaters sweatersand sweatersstir WealErR WealErRane
I JrEInt and ane stir all al having hs viuig In yellow ylow yoltov chrysanthemums chrysanthemumsThen chrYMtlhpmlmR chrYMtlhpmlmRThro
Then Thro was M trem tll ndr nclll fliout un cheering Cplrlng and yollhiK yollhiKby yln ylnbr yblhiOgby
by the 11f vast nt nst rrovd as each fnch pair pllr of riders rideiscircled rid ridclrCINI
1 circled clrCINI lh I h tit Ihl platttrof pInt plattr r of yellow Ilow pine pineThe phI phueThe
The Tl crcxrdwtm rrd n of complex rmpex and motley motleycharacter mollEYI motleycharacter
I character chnrnclo anti Ind Imbued Ilhued with Ith the ln noisy 1011 en enthusiKHin entlU5IRHI entlusiasuct
tlU5IRHI thusiKHin I that hat hnt is I known 1101 to the Iht Garden Garen only onlyat oll ollJ onlyat
at six I day dlr cycle cII rnceo CC That Thlt the thl crazo is isof i iof Isof
J of tins same Iare i qJi ld brand brnd was al evidenced eidenrl byI by bytlio h ht
I tIle fact that 11t although alhourh the race rac was wn not to toetart toftart tostart
t start ftart until unli after afpr midnight the band con concert In Inrt eoncert ¬
until oclock and the thedoors theI
cert rt not ot to start unti 10 lud thedoors
I i doors dOOM hot to open opel until unti 730 73 oclock there therefts thr tiusreI
I crowd dof of two hundred
fts fl a cr hundr waiting out outride outFie outI ¬
I I ride Fie lde the dixirs IIIll at 630 63 oclock ocock About aI a adozen nI
I dozen women were Ae In the crowd crwe too 10 tc It Itvan I ItI
I I van tfl5 n not 10t Q merely m rb a hoqdlum horde hordeBrno hordeBy
Brno Rvln By a otldck clock the second EcOII and nnrthlnl third galleries gallerieswhore gallerieswhere aleriel
1 whore tnre tim tm free frl seats IR ar art are were completey Implely
flllwl and HIM arrivals after that
tlt tl1lrrall ar r time tme round roundstanding foule retinat
t standing aUndlngron1 room only 011 unless tnl they bought boughtreevved houghtreerved
1 reevved reerved reserved seats The 1 I h lit arena boxes hox and andmats andMt andits
mats Mt being belnj all al reserved did not fill sri sriarl7 o oearly 0Ilnly
rPeret fl
early hut they thl were onefourth filled bv byI
I Ilnly 10 100 oclock 0 cLck ecock In the infield on the thl main min Ole floor floora Ioor Ioora flotha
a great throng thrng surged lurgfl and It was aR next nextM
M to Imprlble > Impossible for or one to moo acrossthe across acrosstlB
the t 1 18 enclosure encolure on the main Door Oor
All Al Al th the lunch lunchml men and mi faklre faklr of former forer formeri
i aj J
rtun and some new n ones ones n had h d itandfc modlabt modlabttbe standkaoi standkaoithe a athe
111 the main min mainfloorand floor for Ime and inthe In the te basement hmont Fran Franfurters Frn FrankfurterL
furters fur lemonade lemone plea pie ice tc cream cem po pocorn pp ppcr pop popcorn
sod soda sodaIed
corn candleo peanuts and w wother we
cdll put I
cr I Ied whUebl while ball rolng rolling rnto ringtoes plat plat platpitching
pitching knock the bblN babies down and andother am amother
other games Joined te with a couple of shoo shooIng Ihot IhotIng shootlag
joine cuJle
Ing galleries one tent show and an andapalrntet andapalrntettent n palmist palmistcountry pmlt pmlttnt
tent In lend lendng ng the plctur picturesqueness ueness of a aount i icountry
country tnt fair tpthe to the bl blp big show house houeeof houe
ount te
It w was e 1 11 oclock when the rel real turout turoutof turnou turnouof
of I humanity began lJKan to t pour In oa I if floeir floeirfrom nelg nelgfrom floeinfrom
humaniy pur
from pursuit and continued cntnued until the houi houiwas houle houleWI houswas
was filled filledThe filledThe
WI The 110 track on which the men are rldbis rldb ridig ridigII rldtniis
is II a great girdle gildle of yellow olo pine laid in i iovnl an anovol ai aiovnl
ovnl 176 yards Ard In circumference crcumferenc and andfeet 20 20fet 2 2feet
feet wide on Its It faoo rao In contour contur It r rueinbles re reBemblcan reaembks
ueinbles Bemblcan fet an oval 011 meat platter plattr that has hi be bebadly bn bnbadly bee beebadly <
tl tlsame tbo tbofame tic ticcaine
badly warped vnrped In baking bldng It looks loks just jUlt
waro but titer theiare there therear titerare
same as tho track trlck of last 1111 year yer
are fame a a few important differences dlTerenc In it it Its d dtaiU de detl detaih
ar taiU To the Imprtant eye the slope of the trac tracat track tracknt traciat
at tl the 10 two ends of the Garden op have tl tlBamo tbe tbeMie tic ticearcie
the in inpossibility tm tmIJlslbity tm tmpossibility
Bamo Hheer I look lole that Baggests slgges
flu >
possibility Mie of a rider staying on it itbanking Tl Tlbanking The TheJanklng
banking IJlslbity at the I ends end id not so high hov hovover how howtwer however
over ax It was WI last Ilt year and tho turns tUr a aeasier are arepOler ar areasier
easier pOler B to t4 make In the straights ttralght tho banlIng bank bankIII bankhug
hug is t 17 degrees dtlgrff and at tho ends it is isdeprees I 43 43dl 4 4degrees
degrees dl III rt In the straight 6trJ ht the outer olter pdf edgIs pdfIs r e eIA
Is tli 4 feet fot higher than the inner edge Idge and andthe nd in int ii iithe
the t ht turtin it in I 14 feet fEt higher This hll is II tw twdegrees two twodlgr twbdtcgree4
degrees dlgr formerly formerlvIn ttr less le8 banking at the ends emI thnformerly thai thnn thnnformerlv thairornceriy
In tho Ih t he approaches to the thl ends 0011 the grodin grodinhas pra graccun graccunhas ing inghaR
has been an done don no f0 that thlt the rise ril is If now I Iiuiches 1 1inched 1
inched Ilehls In i feet instead 11lead of 13 inches f fformerly as asformerly ni niformerly
formerly This Thl Increase Increol in the grade grde t tthe of ofthe o othe
the turn tur has the twofold effect ofect of oarryin oarryinthe carrylnithe
the Iht riders out of the straight strights stralghtninto into the Crryng CrryngIht turn turrmore turs tursmor turnmom
more rapidly and imperceptibly Imprcptbly to them thenand themand themand
and mor of throwing them In toward tho pole ple a athey as asthl ai aithey
they thl leave the turns turH The black line lne of th thpole the thepoll thbpolti
pole poll extends all al about the track 18 incnt incntfloor Inches Inchesfrom inchefrom
from wher where the Inner edge rste rests upon the thefoor thbfloor
floor foor and the distance dlstanc from the pole polemarked la lamarked ii iimnarlced
marked off of in plain figures fgurs every evry 10 yards yardsA
A notable fact in relation rlatol to the track yrl th thyear this thisyear thu thuyear
year Is that it Is a little ltte too big It Il la sur surposed sup BUPposod supposed
posed to bo just ten laps lapl to the mile mie or 176 176yards iii iiiyards t tyards
yards but when it was surveyed on Satui Satuiday Stur Sturdl Saturday
day dl it was wal found to bo 170 16 yards 4 4inohes 4inohesaolnd inohearound inohe inohetaround
aolnd around on the pole This Thll makes it 4 4inches 40 40Inchel 4inches
inches Inchel large Ilrge to the mile mleand and when the scor scorof ecor scoruor
of the race rnct Is II 1584 l H1 miles mit nullesttie the men will wi havridden hle hleridden hav havuridden
miles milesTho milestIm
ridden actually actunl 1R85 J > 5 mieI
Tho riders In II tint 1m racn are lr provided proldpc fo foaljout for forIhoul louabout I
about Ihoul the lie sumo oume as ni ever so roc an I the room roomused monu roomniused
used tfd are lr concerned c < nllled but hut In Bome ome respect respectt
here is deference toeomfort and eve eveluxury everluxury
t helol more rnol defelle tocomfor ald etn etnhuur
luxury huur t t hnn hal formerly furwr Tho idea of spartaitreatment spartan spartnnI spartantreatnwuct
treatment I rtotment for such events ho has been IJ dia diacarded dl discarded
cllldld carded Comfortable soft beds and ad toilet tollearticles toiet toietarllnl toiletartkles
articles arllnl that a few yearn yel ago would have havcaused ha havecaused 6 6c
c caused ue1 ridicule nun 11 now to Vn found in tnemuytf moir moirrf muny munycf
rf cf the training trlnlnl quarters quarter The preparation preparationfor prparloO
for feeding the contestants conteetantf also alt are ar more monliteral moreIberl moreliberal
literal fedlll The he men m 1 uu nowadays nnwndlYH have a much muclwider muchwider muchwider
wider Iberl range of diet than thal formerly formor Ever Evertraining Every Everytminlng Everytraining
training camp has a station of its Is own OWI a aI at atIll atthe
the Ill I ho trackside trctlldc whore whor tables are nr stationed stationedrrom statlonetfrom statione
from frm which tho men will wl get refreshment refreshmentas
as they tl0y demand demnd it while whle riding rding rlet i iKramer IJrmel iKramer
Kramer Jrmel and Fonn are lre in a large largioom largeroom largeu
room u in 11 tho basement Ftnn on al tho Twenty Twentyicvcnth Twent Twentscenth Twentseventh
seventh street side Newklrk ewklrk and Jacob JacobKill JncobIn Jacoaeut
In Kill Hhar stun r strt < the room Jack Jnc Neville Nele is ishandl ii iivindl I
handln vindl TIE the former forer pair and Bobb BobbThompson DobbyThompson Bobby BobbyThompson
Thompson the latter It I was gathered gatherarom gnther gatheredfrom
from rom whnt Kramer and Fenn had to sa saefore ey eyh say saybefore
h fore > thestart the str of the race rce that they toy bad haclot ha hanot badriot
lot entered with the intention of staying stayingut 8tanguut stayingbut
but > ut were in only to make pace pnc for about abouix nhoutsix aboutciX
six ciX ix hours hourI wtr Dave Coburn is il 8 training tralnlnl the tinJedell theltll theliedehl
Jedell brothers brotheJ John and Menus and their theiliwrters theirqllrterlre theirrjwirters
ltll qllrterlre liwrters are next to Newkirks and Jacob Jacobions Jacobens Jacobtons
ions tonsEli ionsEH
ens ensEl
EH Winsett Win tt Is in in charge of Walthour anc ancilunroe and andMunroe onddunroe
El charpe
ilunroe who have a a large room room on th thnain the themain themain
main floor foor at lt the Fourth FOlrh avenue end Fisher FisherS FisherI
S i d I Bowler also are ar on tho main floor foor a aho at atthe atho
I the ho east eRt end They have hle John West for foiminer fortrlner forrutlner
trlner miner Peterson Petelon and Ind Krelw lrelJ are nr another onotheiair nnotherpair anotherair
the main floor Joiudge Joe JoeJUdge JoeJudge
pair > air with wih quarters qurter on toor
JUdge is their trainer lrlner The four our teams teamiif teamsof teamsci
of if foreigners with wih 01111 alvin and Bardgett Bardgettnd Brdgett Brdgettand liardgettmd
and nd forlpnol Drive and Hedspeth Hespeth are ar all ni in charge chargiif chr e eof
of if f Tom Eck Their Th ir quarters are re in a a sort sorlif sortf
of if f mezwnine me7tnine gallery jllcr gallc qnrel under undtr the arena oron boxes boxesm boxe boxeon I
Ir Irlie Intie
on m the Twentyseventh weltIeenth street trt side n ntle
lie mnzznnlno mcz7lmlne gallery Ilry on al the Twenty Twentyixth Pwentyixth ent
tle plxth ixth street ftret Hi side < ie are lr Hoot and Dorlon will willtig wih wihhlgJm withclgJimn I
hlgJm clgJimn tig Jim Rtcluirds mchlr for trainer and adjoining adjoininghem adjolnll adjoininghem
hem are Leandor L ndo and nd Butler whose whosl care careoker cr careaker
oker Is Frank Butler liutlerUpstairs luter luterU ButlerUpstairs
Upstairs U in tho drreslnc 1flsBifl rooms back of oflie oftl ofIce
lie balcony hllcn tn boxes bXP6 are ar Franz Krebs Krbs and andJarclay andBrch andFarclny
tl Jarclay with William Wllinm Armbruster ArbMter In charge chargeiloran chnrgeMorn chargeIoraii
Brch iloran and nd McLean with Jim Ingraham Ingraharror Ingrahamfor
Morn McLan
for or trainer and Keegan Jee an and ad Turvllle Tnme In irare Incur inare
are of Charles McCarthy McCarthyThe McCahy McCahyThe
cur The six day da race rle always nlnI is a magnet magneilint mgnt mgntthat magnethat
lint draws dmwf the veterans Meran of cycling cyclng to th thlardonaud the theordon thearden
lardonaud arden and td the event of lf this thl year Ylar is no ncsxcoption noexmption noexception
exception to tho rule 1 Ie Albert Albrt Schock Schockhe Shock ShockIhl
Ihl he rider In several eral six Ilx day affairs alalr anc ancho and ondI andho
I ho winnerin winllf winner In 1893CliarU 1893 Chlr Cliariey > Murphy of mile mileiminulo mle mlemlnul miheatniucuie
iminulo mlnul fame flle and a score t ore of If well wel known knowrild knonold known1d
old ild 1d timers tmol who are ar seen len at cycle tracks only onlynce onl onlonce onlynce
once > nce a 1 year ar were 11 all 11 on hand handThe handThp handThe
The niles Mllc of the race rac stipulate Ktlpulte that team tearrnatea tenmnlateg teammates
mates may relieve one another at will 1 BConr BC f sohong
hong onr ns la neither TleE rides more mor than twelve hour houni hourl hourlI
ni ne1hFr
lonr a i day but bulin in changing han in places on the track tractho trackhe tracktie
I ho relieving man must mUlt mount in the home homttretch homeetreteli
tretch trllch relelnp on the Twentyseventh street Rtrt side sidtif Ilde sidef
of if f the track start Itlrt ahead of all al others other and andho andtho andlm
tho ho one to he relieved relEed must come up ex exictly exactly oxwtly
ictly abreast abrMt of his hil relay rela before beror ho may maylult ia iaeull iucuiytult
eull lult the lie track Other Oher important Imporat points pinte Ir Irho int tnlie
t ho lorulc rules are as follows followsAn folows folowsha
An accident In tho ti form of o a puncture a broliei brolieiiaiirilrt brotceniadieIar
ha iadieIar iaiirilrt I I > r a h broken r chain hn or r anroUea IC pedal d may mayn ma man
In n the Iud tudtnccnt mcnt of the tl board IOrd of referees rrercs result r u a Ir Irbe in inIe n ntbe
tbe be loss 1 io of no laps In the score scoreOn seoreOn scoreon
On the uonrludlnc onrludlnl day da of the th race from frm 3 p Mo M Ma r
who meets with say ur mlshnjmarhlnr mishap mishapto
to a the flnhb folb a rider rdr mrrt wih
to marhlnr mlrhlnl mint remount and andcontlnue continue connul or be b beirvcd re relexed
1 lexed 1d by h Ills hi partner before the leaders I adrr have ridden riddenvn rlddoII riddenflvr
II flvr vn lap lamhalf half a mllr mllrlnra mil muirin
lnra In rar ear eof 01 hal afallc a fal fali cu caused u edby rd br accident a eldrDt orfoulrldlne orfoulrldlnehe or foul rldlnr rldlnrth
th he board h03d of referees r lr or their representatIves represenlatlvejnny rprrenlatv rprrenlatvma
ma nny decide clde wlittlier the ronteMaot shall shl havrrdltcd have ha hardld havereditid
rrdltcd r to him on the wore rl sheets 1 ets any number ol olip of oflap ofaps
lap aps ip rdld which whl h may hae been lo lot lotThpre ioeThere l lThere
There are so 10 many malY possibilities poslbltc In a ailxday a asixday acixday
ilxday team race whereby helhy a rider may mayDSP mayose
1011 DSP his hil partner parnernnd partnerand and this thl too after afer havingidden having halngridden havingridden
ridden nearly the whole week wckthat weekthat that it i has hasleen haseen
hfen leen considered conlidere fair to all al contestant contestanto contCtonts contCtontsto
to o make provisions for riders rldel continuing continuingif contnin contninwho
who if ho have lost their thflr mates These Thle restric restricions rPtrc rPtrctlon restricions
of broken brokenearns brokentea brokenearns
tlon ions will wi govern gover such combining
tea earns earnsNo
earnsrider No 0 rider who ha been bcn out of the rare officiallyor officially omclal
for or over four hours hour will 11 be permitted prrltpd to resume r sUle sUlethr
55 11 the thr partner partn r of another anotherIn
In combining the Ile remnants remnant of two teams t am the theiwer Ih Ihlower theower
lower iwer score rorr must ml t ho taken and should the tie teams teamn teamshI teamsV
hI V n tied td with 1h the tlr leaders the reconstructed Ieconstrrt d team tramwl trainsiii
wl siii 111 be penalized prnalzed one lap lapOlItT lapCO lopotitr
Johnson Iohn on Wins From Irol White nll t In the tlr Final FinalTuxrilo at atTuxrdo atflixrclo
Tuxrilo TuxriloTtXRtio TuxrdoTlxFlo flixrcloTrxeim
TtXRtio TlxFlo PAils N Y DPC e fTht 0The The final nnll o olie ot otthp oflie
thp lie home IIOIP and home court COlrt tennis mntchei mntcheietivecn IBtCIS IBtCISbpt ncatclmeetween
Johnson foh of the Princess Club Clubrondon lab labrondon
bpt etivecn wpn Ted l umson on PrlnCKR llb llb10ndon
10ndon rondon and Tuxedo Tlxed and Ild John Iohl White Whltl of the thilew thep theSr
Sr lew p v York nnt Ilatqtiet acfult nnd Ind Tennis TNll Club < Iuh but btrjrmerly butformerh bittorinorhy
jrmerly of Huniptnn II mini litimu Court England nllnnd was wnieclilrd WI wasiccittid
eclilrd today todn Iln1lon in favor flvor of Johnson Iohn on who whcnlnpil whollnrd whoiitid
dlclId nlnpil llnrd n h3iid h hmirloCiime oni > victory tor over OPr Ils Ills opponent opponenthere opfoIPn opfoIPnfhrp opuboneiltthere
here wm W S lrfI splendid tennis tlluls bi Ij by both profw profwlotmls prf prfIolnls itrofesijotmnis
lotmls Iolnls White h I suede IndP n IOOI rood tight tRht whIch whlclroved whIchprod whtchiroved
prod roved successful 11R fll In the Ih secanil rlon1 set I Thli Thliut Thil ThilI Ihislilt
I ut It lolinison Iohnsol on J his II uiPttlPnnd INUr Ild and wns WI the th meiini meiinif mcnnf mcnnfof mactinscI
of cI f hrtiiirine out tlie I tie severity MlrIU of stroke Irok whirr whirreIIOSSCSSPH whlchheIJOIPlld which1CtmOI5Ci4EubmiIihIC
heIJOIPlld 1CtmOI5Ci4EubmiIihIC eIIOSSCSSPH hrliriur and llt he went through White Whl b best bPBtIn bestair nt ntip
In ip him two t 10 love sets t NotwithstandingIhltiM Notwithstanding NotwlttmtandingVhltis otwlthtandlnl
Whlll IhltiM 111 coiKtant effort lort to attack lohnconitli lohncon Iohlson IohlsonIh tohnsonT
T itli tt Ii Ills Ii is miiHtiry tr of if f the thr t 110 gil nino IIP mat l kept ppt him Ii Ira on onth oillie
th lie Ih 9 defiiue rEfllP II but White wan 11 plucky pllck and anc fought fouKlitard foull foughtard
Inrd ard rollovlnc Fnlowlnl Is I the I hI score siorenhnson scorelnhnson I rc rcJohnson
Johnson lnhnsonihltc 8 f 6 n nWhlr A Ahlic
Whlr ihltc hlic i 8 800 800Amonir 10 10Anconir 0 0 0AIonl
Amonir those t who occupied the sednn sednnnd prAn prAnIme erjnamod
nd AIonl galleries were I1 I I lorlllard lrilarc P J 1 Ixirlllord Ixirlllordr rlare
Ime Ir r InltrllR 1 Draper Wlllinm In nl Post Io t Mr lr and Mr Mrrplnn Mrs MrsIt II
It rplnn 1ehmfleld < rrcr lcl Mr II and fnd Mrs lr W 15 DlnHitinrp DlnHitinrpr Dlnllorl
I Ir r DPlltpll Mr lr nnd Ann Mrs lrA1 J 1 Frrd Fro Pleroon Jr Mr Mrrid Mrnl Mrintl
intl rid Mrs Dfrhnm Mr lr Krcd FrP Foster Fnltr Ilichiuond Ilichiuondulbot J IchmondTolbot hchmnoncifolht
nl ulbot Ir I Jprhnm F Cnriy nrf nrmy W R Onrrlson Cnrrt n II I W Wliinrof WIlnrop W WIlmmnros
liinrof Ilnrop 0 DoiiBlns 1011111 K J A Inenlls InIAI L 18 I S Chnn Chnnrl hAI haim haimCr
l Cr rl r I Tnlmnue llmall I Tmrld rownPiid Irvine8 InlniI Gerard GerardJI prrd prrdI
I E JI il I Post I ot nnd W V II I Stewart StewnrtKrveiith 81wnrllnl Stewarttevcmtil
Krveiith lnl Regiment nl lmelt SltoottnB SltoottnBThe Slootn SlootnThp SlmntlnThe
The following foln1lnl niHlche Ill I were rl decided dlCldld at the thepventh Ihf IhfRpenlh tic ticeventh
pventh Keclmcnt 11lniCnt Blue Club on Saturday Saturdayvenlng S Saturdayventng turn turntenln
tenln venlng
2 00 ld gd fi 500 60 irfj ds Total TotalComorsl TotalI TotalCorporal
I Corporal n rp < H I II I 1lnner Ilnnr Co 11 33 3 33 3 66 66orJt fl flrp
orJt rp J R Htewart I t Co II S3 g gDurIC4E SS S M MLLClarke ISI
5 LLClarke t1 I L Clare tr c Vet I K 31 MDUPLICATE M 66oCriIC4TC
I Corporal H V Wilson 0 D
I 1 1 Sercl er t B I JWIn U Leask Co o 0 I II r 1
J I A t E I I Wells Vet VetI ct S s
2 I Private Irht 1 10 C Meyer Irr CoanAiteasoorm Co C Criv CIniRooTlo I
IniRooTlo anAiteasoorm Qlunrrlols OLAUrTrATloss
2 200 wits teJ va Tornl Tornlrh1 Totefrivat
rh1 riv W G S nourlas Co < C Crporal lds 3 5 1 s r rorpral cc ccorporal
rporal orpral H Pinner Co C tl tlr 31 713 3 3errl 33 66 66iergl
errl r l W II I trans rn Co O Orirt 3Z 3 33 3 M MS Mbarn
S barn rirt r tJ J H Stewart Co II IIrporal 3 a3 66 66tirpora1 f fCIrprall
rporal H W V Wllwn In Co n nrivMe 11Ii 31 31 31lrAte 3 55 55rtate
CIrprall lrAte rivMe W It V C Melwner Co o K KPatton f 3 33 32 66 66P 65Patton
Patton P ton Football Foolbll Captain at mba InlonFrederick InlnnJrllrrlk mbaFrederIck
Frederick Jrllrrlk Curtis nrt la Pat Pilon Patton ton OS 1 of Rrnsselapr RrnsselaprY RlnRllfr RlnRllfrX
X Y has hl htvn h1 olcctct captain of the Union Unionalien Union01e UnionoIleg
01e alien football Cootbal tpnm lInm for next Ixt year ear Fatten Fattenlayedleft PIOI Pattonhayed
111llf hayed layedleft lsf tackle this sensoR < ason
Jockey JoekeyCubTap Club Trap Layer LN by b byflettthk > Betting DetUnr RXOfl RXOflnd S200iand o oand
and nd Chanilnc Collns tangIn RIders bn DlvJna Dh1naDook Dh1naDookmarr DIylnaI3ookmaker Bool Boolmaker
maker marr Davit DaT Then 1m Hub Odils OdDaI OdDaIAdkna dtisDali dtisDaliAdkins D vl vlAdklni
Adkna Adklni and Hall Ilai and Ferrell Ferrel Haled Uolld Ofi OfiSAN Ol OlSAN Of OfSAN
SAN FBANCISCO FnANOISC Dec D e BTe 6The The grea greacat grt grtct great greateat
cat ct racing roig conspiracy cnplry In the history hltor of tl tlCalifornia tho thoCalfori tb tbCalIfornia
California Calfori turf tuf was waexe exposed late Ite last nigh nlglwhen night nighthen nighwhen
when hen after afer a session Ion of three th hours hour tl tlCalifornia the theCliori tlnCalifornia
California Cliori Jockey Jokey Club ruled rle off of the trac tracfor tmok tmokfor reel reelfor
for scheming shemig to pull p l horses hor bookmaki bookmakiJames bkmker bkmkerJamee bookmakoJames
James Davis Davi and Jockey Jokoy Adklns Adkin Ha Haand Hal Haland
and Forrell Ferl D J Lynch Lych who was WI recent recentbarred rnty rntybarr recenthbarred
barred barr from frm tho Chicago Clcl track trk was as abs absfound als alsfound al
found foud to be b In I the thoombiatonbutthocub thoombiatonbutthocubc th combination oombinationbutthe but tho club clucoiled cluboo
c oo coiled ld d not reach rh him as he hol Is already alray barrc barrcfrom bar harrofrom
from the turf tu by b the Western Weter Jockey Club ClulFor ClubFor ChubFor
For two weeks wek I the te stewards Itewards have bee beewatching ben benwatchlg beeiwatchlbg
watching watchlg certain certin Jockeys because bauso of th thfailure tho thofaiure thm thmfailuro
failure faiure of favorites favorit to t win n When Diyhi Diyhiyesterday Dlvlm DlvlmYPtorda Diviniyesterday
yesterday lost 10lt the handicap and with withthousands It IttholAnde I Ithousands
thousands of dollars of tho publics publol rnone rnoneevidence moneeldenco tsioneevidence
evidence tholAnde was dolar secured which mode mae th thconspiracy the theclplray hi hiconspiracy
clplray conspiracy plain plai seure Davis Davi took tok all l tho mone moneoffered moneolero rnoneofforec
offered on Dlvlna and the Jockey Club set setin eent eentIn senin
olero in 2000 2 to bet on Divlna Dvlnl Then at tli tlieleventh tho thoelovent titieleventh
eleventh hour the stewards stewas substitute substituteJockey 9ultuted 9ultutedJockey nubatitutrsJockoy
Jockey elovent Martin for D Halt Davli Dav r rboard re reveale revealed
vealed hIs Matn hand by wiping lal Dvlna Divina ol off the theba thiboard
hi bYwltng
board veale and refusing to take any more morE be beon betl betlon beti betion
on ba the horse hore refulnp As s luck would ould have 1ve It Dlvlidid Dlvli Dlvlna Dlvlnadid Dlvlnudid
did not win BO a If DavU had ha contlmu contlmutaking contnue continuectaking
taking ting bets wi he I wouldhave would i Davl hav have euchred euche tl tlclub tho thocub thiclub
u uDavis iiThe
cub cubThe The club leared learned thrugh through detectves detectives tht thtDany thai thaiDanny
Danny Dany Lynchruled of olYat ot Ohcgo Chicago fordopig fordopiga fordopin fordopina
a horse Lychruled has been In daily cnlultton consultation wit witDavis itl
hora h ben dly
Davis Davis Horses HONs which whch were wr slated to lo lowere iol iolwer iowere <
were picked out the night before bfon and tr trto the thethre thuthree
wer thre three jockeys who War were rled ruled ol off wer were hird hirdto hirec hirecto
should loi loiIn lose loseIn
to pull pul the animals so P that they los
In every case Davis laid against the hon honridden holS holSridden horsem horsemrIdden
cee Davs lid aginst
ridden by these thele jockeys Davis avis mad madremarkable madermarkable unadcremarkable
remarkable winnings during durng tho last lnt tw twsoanonftand two twcsoasonisand
rmarkable soanonftand Ofad is inning now a number mHllr of the Metro Metropolitan Metr Metrpoltan Metrepolltan
politan Turf Association of New ew York Yorkr YorkHe YorkHe
He poltan r has ben been operating A8ocatlon i a syndict syndicate it i bok book i iSacramento nt ntScmmento atSacramento
Sacramento opmtng The jockeys jockOIHuledol ruled off are ar ni niwell a awell al
well Scmmento known in Chicago Chicgo and St t Louis Ha HaIs lal hat hatis
Is wel a protege prot g gtS of Barney Darey iiarneySohretber iiarneySohretberSEtSOXS Hohrelber HohrelberSEASONS Shreibr ShreibrmtsoS
1 W C Whitney 1blnr Heads Jud the list With SOO40 SOO40Father 80O 80OIlather tt94OFather
Father lllUii Di flood Showing ShowingWith ShowlnWil ShowingWIth
With Wil the th closing of the Washington Washngton Jocke JockeClubs JoekpClubs Jockey JockeyCIubs
Clubs meeting mletng cosng at Bcnnlngfl BcnnlnK rack rac last Sat Saturday Saturda Saturday
urda urday came the end of the racing raclnl seasoiIn seasoi SlaOI SlaOIIn sensoumin
In the East EM under the Jurisdiction Jurl dlcton of th thlookey Ihe IheJ tictJookey
lookey J ooke Club and below vrlll 1 b b be found i itable 1 1table a atable
table showinp hoil the principal winninm wlnnlnl of the thiseason tholaln theseason
laln season The ThO list lst not only Includes Includel the track trackibout tracksabout trockiabout
about New York but also B1c th the meetings mCtnB a aBrookllne lt ltrooklac at atBrooklIne
BrooklIne rooklac Baltimore BBllmore and hunt meetlngaround mcetine mcetineiround meetng meetngaround
stand standit standsat
around New York W C Whitney
at the head of the list Ist In tho matt mat matter r of win winnlnga wlnnlli8 ceinnings
nlnga nlli8 aa I his horse horsel were wlre flrittwcntyelgh flrittwcntyelghlmes fIrst twenthrht twenthrhttmcs twentyeight twentyeighttimes
and third seventeen seventeenii
times second thirtytwo tllrtytwO seventln seventlnhis
tmcs his ii winnings amountlna amountnl to I9940J 10940 but W C CDaly CDal CDaly
Dal Daly Father Flther Bill Dil holds holls the record of having havlnihe havlnl havingthe
the he most number of horses horsC In the money moneylie mone monele moneyHo
lie le hud thirtytour firsts frsts fiftyfour ffl > folr second secohdl secohdland secottdand seconduid
and flftytwo thirds a remarkable recon reconwhen record recordwhen recordwhen
when it is taken Into consideration eonslderlton that hi hiaorses his hishore hishorses
horses hore aorses are a I very ery ordinary orcinao lot totJ lotJ lotJ
J B Hagglns Halrlns colors colol have hae been ben In front fronilxteen frontsixten frontalxteems
sixten ilxteen times tmes second ieond thirteen and third thirdIfteen thtrdffen thirdfifteen
ffen fifteen 8 808 Sydney > da y Pncet Paret had twentythree firsts firststwentytwo frsts frststwnttwo firststwentytwo
twnttwo twentytwo seconds and thirteen Ihlrten thirds thirdshe thirdthe thirdsthe
the he Hampton Stable nineteen nlnelen firsts Ilt sixteen sixteenceconds eixteciseconds elxteeaecond
seconds econd and eleven ele thirds thlrl Other promt promttent promlnlnt pronctcent
nlnt tent owners owers on the list Igt w were re > John Madden Maddennrith Mmcddemcwith Iaddenwith
with eighteen elihtecn firsts Jrals twelve t seconds am amhlrteen and ondIhttteln andthirteen
hlrteen thirds Jamei Jame R Keene sixteen sixteenIrsts slxleel sixteenfirsts
frst firsts twentytwo twentl twcntytsrooecondaaad wo oecondg and fourteen fourtetn thirds thirdsyoxhixll thlrdHFoxhnl thirdalioxhall
Foxhnl yoxhixll P Keene wcnty firsts fntB eighteen eighteeripconds eighteenacconds lthtpI lthtpIal
ipconds ond omit uII nineteen nlnllp11 thirds Ihlrll August Bel Belnoul Bel10nt Delinoiit
al noul eighteen firsts twentytwo twmltVo second secondind secondsand
10nt lnd and thirteen third thlrdl trts Frank 1ln larrell Jarll seconl thirty thirtyIgtit thirtyiiguit
Igtit firsts t thirtylive seconds slcunds and twenty twentyno IWlot twentyOtto
elnlt tr tml who heads thn tim list listf lIstor
Otto > no thirds 1 W V Colt Coi HIt HItofnwlPrs
011 or > f Owners of stcepleohiisers twenty firstsseven firsts firstslewn
ofnwlPrs seven PI seconds conde stetJIIJbIRlrs and eleven elln t thirds Ilr ds The lot foiowinc following lotlowing
lowing won on ISOWor 1500 or more moreOimfrj mort mortOltrS moreOwners
Owners ttlnl In Ounr OunrMliemerleStle 01trs Ins InsAIIrmArie rumsjtibemarie
MliemerleStle tibemarie OltrS St1e UC3 ti43e4t 1436 J l 1 > Kmner KmnerV Kller tt ttA u23t u23tA
A AIIrmArie V L Ante 1S35J 1 i33 3 it UUwlt UUwltIV Olods ii iredt iredtw 302
IV M Ae HarricU 7MJ 7 76 P JLurlard Lurlllnrd LurlllnrdVIIell 55151 55151L
L WMBarrck I VIIell I ikil 1 If3 15315 3JO Lobs Stable StableHelmont itoblcA 8 8ABrlmat
ABrlmat A Helmont lel rsHJ IH IKMaddrn IKMaddrnJUtltnont I addn 5J4IPI 5J4IPIp tW tWP
P Belmont 10090 100 AO 0 MrCTlty MrCTltyfl4 MeClrt 5HO 5HOJlennet 5441J
J A Uehont iiennet fl4 f4 S4m t P ltlrCarreu U MrCarrcu iss2 iss2N 13 isscambemsningtofl
Jlennet N ° IlennTnitbn 1J61 t8M J LMcOlnnls I llllnl loiso loisoI 100 iOto iOtoJ
J I Ilodcn 7 7810 10 JMc J MclAurhln mic1authiIu Uhlln 87 87S 670 07151 07151ss
Jlldcl S ss S Hrown 30230 3Z3 23cl ItFMeyer I Ii F Aeer Meyer tlK tlKr 6 6I
I r llurlew Uurl Urwn 14795 U15 Mexican MJI n Stable Sthl K95JUrChamblet K95J 2025 2025Mr 22925Mr
Mr UrChamblet Chamblrt 28890 6 WItJlldirley WI1Id it it SuldcIey lrr 5J4 5J4IV SZ5W 5745v
IV v Acrmnler A Chanier S034 50 Andrew Miller ller JSOM JSOMIMCIvlll 260 25055p
p IMCIvlll M Civiil 1840 lllMorrt 11 II 1 Morrs MorrIs 64W 64WI 640 6415F
111 1 F I A Clark CII 824ft 87C U t IIMorrln I mm Morris 1261 1261PClarkwn t5tS t5tSf 12515F
F PClarkwn 11HO MMurpby M Murphy u 170flr 170flrIVoodfordClay 17015Woodford
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Woodford IVoodfordClay f Clay 19715 I n W VLOllvcr L Oliver l r 17531 17531LiWColt 17525J4v
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ClAngor tin losa Seasnart Slam 10 10tine 10
tine RingCharm Charm I IO 104Moniebflflhcsos 104MoniebflflhcsosSecond < MI 1 Montebonk fontcblk 105 105Second 10
Second S rond Race Raeene One mill tlo and a AIU sixteenthIienChsnce sixteenth sixteenthlen rntb rntblen
IienChsnce len Chance I07ijlucena Jlplucena 10 10otheen 111 111Potheen
Potheen len 107 Hen Hcmpstead l mpste d 10 10lladdln IO met metAladdin
Aladdin 107 lO Past Iat e ealrbury l cia ciaIalrbury
lalrbu alrbury r 1011 1011Third lOt 101fblrd lOtlamed
Third RaceSelling a one mile milereeAdmission mit mittr mileFree
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Wi larkdmore fhlr 100 Jove Joveholce 02 02Clolc 152holce
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ilendon Ola M t Sarah Sara SneahMaxim Maxim I IFourth M mis misFountS
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Maltr iSiVter 120 12Id Lady Free rr Knight iriS 1WIloderalor 1MModrator iriSCyprienne
loderalor IIS lS Cyprlenne Cyprienneniuc 106 106lluelllsze 10
niuc lluelllsze lIlaia 112 12 Agile Lewis 1M 1MAorthloKton
Worthln nuelue AorthloKton ton 112 112Fifth IZ IZIlh 1121 1121llftit
Fifth Ilh llace RaeeSrIIC RaceSemblat Selling six and a bait baf furlongs furlongsevlathan frlongs frlongsJlalhau furionrsIeviatban1151
evlathan Ieviatban1151 108 tO Zyra 7rra 1W 1WVJUeboe IMBurroJn 104St
St VJUeboe 7 Iieboe 108 Imrgoyne BurroJn 103 103akr 10 tosMaynrJobnson
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lalmotGllead toe 10 livable fAllble 102 102lard 10 io ioRard
lard nf nfAofl Avon 105 10 MltleJack 1lleJack Horner Honr IP Itsitipaca IPJpnca 1
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lacbeth arIeth 107 107 Ida V 5 103 103lddara 10 102blddara
lddara 109 IO 10Siiamact llironet Uarnet 102 102ImmaAM 10 102immaAM
l ImmaAM mmlA I0 101oe m06ileelbg Lee King 8H 8HlollleT 9 9mW 95MailloT
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nitlonnl natonal Racquet alqtrl Tourney TourneyBOSTON TourneyBOsTON Totrnf TotrnfHOeTO
BOSTON Dec Dlc B fThe 6The The International racquc racqucoiirnarnent racquet racQucttOlrnnllnt racquetlotirnament
tOlrnnllnt oiirnarnent between members memblrl of the th Mon Monreal MonIrnl Montreal
real Iliicquet nlCQUlt Club iub and Ind the th Tennis Trnll imcl imcltacqupt Inl InlHnrQupt indItiteniset
tacqupt Club of this thl city has ha s been com comilpted 101 consiietrd
ilpted by r the playing of the four double doublesnistehes doubleiiHlchen doublls doubllsIltrhl
Iltrhl iiHlchen nnd in nil RI these thtsf contests onteI HS In th thIngles Iho Ihofhllll tlmsumsgles
fhllll Ingles thin Americans were vlctorioun Jtorlous M Mlint sothat o othnl
thnl lint they Ihp made Ild a 1 clean clPln HWPPP In II time burns tournaHPiit 101rl 101rlIpnl burnsnient
Ipnl HPiit With the exception xcppton of of one of the thiotileotK Ihl IhlrOltpI therotpsts
rOltpI otileotK the doubles douhl were ErE rather Tthlr one sided aldemithe sidedhe 8IdpIthl
thl the he Boston lo ton players plnrlrl helni being go much the sti stiicerior u ulerior u1Erlor
1Erlor lerior of their opponents opponentsThe opponntK opponntKTh opponentshits
The Th first nrlt contPft contest found fould H 1 Bartlett Bartet and IV 1 P 1 1real I 1 1Ilaimetimon
Ilaimetimon Ilalrld untrod together for Hoeton nifhlt agaInst agaInstI
talhtn I 8 Gitluspie Ind mind tOfIthEr I W V MucDoulAI Mmtcbougasll of Mon Monreal Ion Ionlrn
18 lrn real Glhspll The1 ltue h Americans Atmrlcal Von wontn won ln straight gctn gctnVtl til Sifsicti 1
Vtl lSx lSxOtilS IAO OtilS I iss 5 The Thl scrondjmUchwnx scrondjmUchwnxr second mutch wn wnhtwn was washctivrfl
htwn 1r1 n h FearIng pnrlnl Ir eCIt and O A Shiny ShuwIr
Ir r rfpr rpprfKenlll representlue Bcntliie Boston lOlon and A i L L Mnrtler Mnrtlernd Mactiersnct
snct nd W n Miller llpr of Montreal lontrt11 The 1hl Boston Bostoniitr lo Bostonputtt ton
Inl puttt iitr 11 har h8111 ha a very yefIIR verycssy easy victory 1cor icS t5 l5r3 IS ISS ISSfh B BTh
Th third match lIth was WI a I filiislilnc Ishlnl good ood one onrnd 011 onesnd >
snd nd kept k thn IhF cnllerv llef on Its Il toes 10lS throughout throughoutI IhrouJhoUI IhrouJhoUII
nnl II I Bliuichnnl Bllnchnr1 11 nnd In1 O s O 1 s below ln lol reprPhenlPd reprPhenlPdloRton rpprntpdJOton repraieniedItnaton
I loRton nnd W 5 W V Skinner and fnd A Mnpkln Mnpklnlayed llnekiniinyed Inrktn1ln
1ln JOton layed pd 1t for br Montreal The Til lli lotHi 1011 pair nlr took tookheflr tok tokth tookhe
th he heflr nr first t net IpI li IAI 1512 12 but lout 10lt the thl second IInr in 1015 1015Tho mnISflc is isThe
The flc third pet 11 went nt to Boston Mlon 18 13 otter nftPrdesmrnte nftrdrnte otterS
S desmrnte resistance rt lllan on In tho pnrt of tin tinniuidlBnu tll mliimiumndinns
niuidlBnu The Thl rally rll on lice hl part of tIme tholisltorn I tImerustlers h hIorl
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on 11 Skinner Sklnnfr nnd nd Mapkllji MACkl anti Inr they I hl hs Ml f1 pnty pntylotlms mmIsyclctims
lotlms Icllml In bite I fifth nfh and deriding dtdrlnl ret 1 taking takingut Inkln Inklnbul
bul ut one game gameP
P Stockton lll and Austin iiitt llalln Potter for or Boston Bostonad nn l3nmitositad on onh8d
h8d ad compTfltlvply llttfp It difficulty elmrllt In rilti riltioclng c1 c1olni milmitoeing
toeing olni coltrAlhph of 1 11 1 Jl ana ana n K f Maodoiigul IRollJ of Mon Monenl Momireal 101
real enl the thflorel scores bring tln 15 1511 AI 11 150 and 15 167 7
Rich Suburban Renewal Rrnfwal1Un mil Be B ReRun Run R N NYear Nso NsoYear I IYer
Year Yer al i the theCommowealt Commonwealth CommonwealthThe
The Coney Island Jockey Club announithe announi ann announcuthe unce uncethe
the closing cl0ln of a number of Important Importanttake Importanttakeon iUl iUlon
on Jima Jln 4 next for the June meeting meoUnioflPG of in inChief 190 190Chief
Chief of these are the Suburban and Co Comonwealth Cm Cmmonwealth Corn Cornmonw
monw monwealth alth the latter Int r being beln Seln a arew n new w sti stiwhich lt tili tiliwhich lke lkewhich
which U practically a renewalof the th Biibtban Biibt Suburo Suburoban Subuubam
ban As I practlcII already Intimated IntmAted the value pf t tBuburban thb Hi HiSuburban
Suburban him hl been increased IncrtIed to 120003 20 T TCommonwealth l Tb TbCarmunonweitlth 0 0Cmmonwealh
Commonwealth is 110500 10000 addedand lnd the thetlmuted em emtlmuiutecl <
1100 adde hthe
tlmuted Cmmonwealh value 1s II8000 118 18 000 the weights tl 1 1this t ft ftthis or orIhll
thnuttd valul I 0 weli
this Ihll race rar to be announced nnnoulcd two days darlafter darlafterthe aft aftthe afttime
the Suburban hm hl been betn run runrOH rUI runFOR
FOR Fi THE TH JUNE JUN UEETINO 1804 1804The I IThe 1004The
The Surburban 120000 a handicap handlraJ for tbr tbryear Ibrea IbreaY thriyear
lurburban 1200
year Y olds and d upward one mile mie and anI a quarter quarterThe quarr quarterThe
The Commonwealth 110000 1100 added estimate estimateViua estlmalvalue estmat estmatvalueS60 e
value 118000 Cmmonwealth a handicap haaicap for three tbreeyearo year olds a aupward and anduPhad18VD an anUpwardl
upward valueS60 one mile and a quarter quarterThe quarterThe e
uPhad18VD The Advance 115000 lmMuf lmMufe lmMufr for three r year Nrold otdJ a aupward ad adupward an anupward
upward weight for age e one mile mia and tore toreeighths tbra threeel
eighths eighthsThe elll el The J scODe ConeyIsland bland 12000 10 addedj added a handicap handicapThe badicap tor torthre ft ftthree
thre three year ar olds and aD upward six 11 furlonrs on the them theel III IIInmalnttaclu
nmalnttaclu nmalnttacluThe
The el Sheepsnead beld Bay lyII 12500 2100 a h bndearfor haadIcsIfor ndlc p for tbr tbryear tbree tbreeyenr tbre tbreyear
year olds and upward one mile mileThe mUe1be ralieIhe
The Long Island 1 land S3000 0 a handicap bandleapfo for thr thryearoldi tbre thu thuyearolds
yearoldi yr rold and upward one mile mie and an eighth eighthThe elrltb elrltbTho elbthTim
The Tim Kiiuallty 1 ltualt 3oon 0 added estimated slmated vil vil4UOO vaue vaueI valu
4UOO 6 isle for three e year olds o and upward m one o onrmlle onrmlleVlme mile mileThe
I The Thistle I 12000 2000 estimated I value Moon f fthree i Ic Icthree r rthrr
aD three rl eighth eighthml year hth Iar olds and DI upward upward selling lbr one Oe mile mie ai aiThr an anan I
Thr 1 Swlft SwH J3000 3 0 000 added estimated rtmnted value laOl laOlfor 10 805 805for
for thrcoyenr thrro r aids foals of loot lOt seven furlongs furlongsFuturity on onFuturlt 0 0Fumulirity
Futurity course cournoTho courseThe our ourTho
Futurlt Tho Splndrlll 53900 3000 0 added add d estimated stmltrd Vati VatiIflonu valua au
1000 Iflonu 11155 for three thre year rar olds foals of 1801 181 handles handlesone bandleo
one o mile and an eighth eighthof eighthThe
The IIbr Great Trial 25000 for two year old olds loala loalaof foal foalof
of 1802 ll last six sil furlongs of Futurity Futurty course courseThe coureThe courseThe
The Double Event 120 20000 20 far two year oli olifoals oldl oldla obdifoals
foals a of 1002 first event v to be run on the brat r d dhalf da daof a ahal
bgv bgvr
of the to Juno J rneetinF r 1904 mo last Ave sad sadhalf
half hal furlongs nerI nerIv of futurity r course rur second sonl eve event eventsio000
110000 100 to be run on the laafday of the June me meIng meet meetIDr meetlug
lug 1804 last six sixturiongs lx furlongs of Futuritycourse FuturitycourseTha I > uturty Curse CurseTbe
The Zephyr Zeplyr 53000 110 added add d estimated estmatd value lue ISC ISCfor I I0OI I0OIfor O
for two Vfur yeAr nld oll olds foaLs foal nf of 1007 1m l last t flvf Ove unci and a balf balffupg bat batfurlonof h ha
fupg furlonof She a Tiprlng tap Spring r luturlty 12000 wa added course courseShe f estimated slmaled value al a tii tiifor 605 605for
for two year bids foals fonl of 1902 last aS six all furlpnps furlpnpsFuturity furloDp Jo 01 01g c cPuiVrlty
Futurity course courseThe courseThe
The g Vernal e g 3000 added adrd estimated eatntrd value S30 S30for I O0i O0ifor
for two year rar fiio old miles 1Us foals foal of c01902 1802 10 lufOve tllOve fu fulongs fur fur10D furIons
longs 10D S of Futurity course courseSteeplechases eour courseStccplechasesThe
SleeplehaseaTle StccplechasesThe Steeplechases luturt The Beacon ratol eaeoc MOOO 10 estImate estlmatvalue eltmted eltmtedr estImatevalue
value ss000 for four year olds and upward fi fisteeplechase lu luaurtpiechase
steeplechase r I I course g r about tuat two t tlg lg miles mllcadd and aUJr aUJrTho ahalf ahalfTho ahaifThe
Tho Independence I 12100 17 O added estimated ulmatedalue ulmatedalueHO val valllooo valu valuuooo
llooo HO uooo a handicap haldl ap for four year yesrolds rrplds olds and upwar upwarfull upwd upwdfuli
halt full lul steeple ste ple chase chlse course coure about two miles mlp UPlul and andhalt andhail a ahalf
ron THE TRF AUTUMN AUTV MEKT1NO MEETfa 1904 1904The 191 191Thr 1904The
The night ight MOOO 10 added estimated stmatPd value Mrx Mrxfor 10 8015 8015for
for two t1O year car olds end upward seven sel n furlongs c cFuturity on ont a auturity
Futurity t t course courseThe courseTue J
The September 6 r 13000 10 added estimated rol mated yal yalMooo valu valu1dec10 alue
Mooo 10 and Ind tbrceelglUhx tbrceelglUhxThe for three thl year ear olds foals foal ol IDOi 101 qne qnemle qnemleInd qnemil qnemilanuS ml mland
The Autumn outumn J000 added add d estimated ttmatd v value li li50on
160 50on for two year rlr 10 olds foals foal of 1903 10 Inst six sIl fu fulon fur lurlonls furionu
lon lonls s of Futurity FutlrW course rom romhe coursetue
The tue he FaUiuih tlOwn for two year ycarolds olds foals foal i of a
1003 10 seven svrn furlongs flrlongs on Futurity tuturty course courseThe cur curThe couraSIhe
The Great Gra eastern Ester S7VX1 S7r for two tlO year old oldfoals aIds aIdsfoals oldsfoals
foals of 1003 lO a h handicap ndicap last la t six furlongs on Fi Fiturlty Fu Fulurt Puturltj
turlty lurt course courseroa tour vourcYost r
The Tb Futurity Futurt Ilnmo in 0 added ldded estimated tmated valt value
17 MX 10 1750011 Ix 000 furlongs furlolCs she thl Coney Cnr Island Jockey Jock y Club to add 110001 110001aiX 1000 1000MX 100
Annual Election of lirooklyn Irookln II I C CGatsme CGatsmeat Cimi Cimit a f
at t Egan Ka and nrt Tarrantn TarrantnOn Tarant TarantOn
On account of it being heili the Ihl date of the aimui aimuielection annual annualfleetonthl annuaelection
election fleetonthl the Brooklyn Handball Ilndbll Club men menbers mel metmsbers
bers bEr gathered lother < Ip force at the Degraw sIred strpicourt sIredCourt Ir t tcour
court cour yesterday slrda Several closely cloley contested contestcmatchc contlsted contlstedmatche contestedmatches
matches matche were played the moat 10tulltresln 10tulltreslnbellg uiterentln uiterentlnbeing Lztteresttnibeing
being bellg between betlllen Dr Oillen Olln and James Jnlle Dunne DunnSr DunneHr DunneSr
Sr The tmwbones Hawbol proved provet a little Illte too faifor faa fasl faslfor faafor
for the tht veteran ACrun and won wonctwo ctwo two same Iaml to otu otuMcAvoy one onelcA oneMCAvoy
McAvoy lcA VO and Proudfoot Proudoot set the th ball rolllnt rolllntand rollna rollnaIc rollingmind
and the Ih former won three straight Th Thfollowing The TherolowJJI Thifoilosclrcg
following Ic officers were werl elected elelted President PresidentJanme PreildenJames lrtsldenl lrtsldenlJUlt
James JUlt rolowJJI Dunne Dlnnlh8r onCtN Sr vicepresident vlrepresldlnt Dr Oillei OilleiJohn UtIca UtIcamiecretarS len lencrtuf
miecretarS crtuf C Cliarlee arl1 J Ralelih Raleigh treRutr treRutrIohn treattrer treattrerTohut
John Donoluip serieantatarrniv Rrltnntlam sergeantatarms Him HimHenry Simot Simothenry
Henry Htnr Board DoarC of trustees Phil Phi Casey Cae T TDunne I JI JIVunne J JDunne >
Dunne anti unC Thomas Tho maR Meeban MeebanM
M McAvoy 31 2 21 21L 2 2I 21 21I
L I I A Proudfoot 18 181f IS ISTlerney 1 1 1Tierney
Tlerney Tlrrn and Mallon Malon 12 21 21McAvoy I ZI ZIMcAoy 2 2McAvoy
McAvoy and ODonnell 21 17 17Dr t IiDr II IIr
Dr r Oillen Olen 21 17 17James 1 2 2James I IJame
James Dunne Sr 19 21 1 1J t8 t8J Ii IiJ
J Murnhyand Iurph and P Corby Corb 21 21 21John I 21 21Jobn 2 2John
John Murphy Murby and Dr Shay hay Id 17 7 1 1Thomas II Ii IiTlionuas
Thomas TboOa Dunne 31 31K 21 21t 21y
K t Shelley Shel 16 18J 1621 1
J 1 Collins and 1 Dunne Jr 10 21 21T 21 21Uunl 2 2I
T I Dunno Uunl and P I Corby Corb 2t 2 18 1 1The II IIThe Ii Iiihe
The Jersey Ier5e City Clt Handball Ilndbol Club elubm member memberfathered membarmgatimered mbtrs mbtrsgalhered
fathered ut lt Eftan8 EInt court where Mlku lku Egan Eganplaying Kirnrplayinjr EKOI
playing against lalnt Tom om Jnckson Jockmi and Bul I P Flnhertj Flnhertjwas tlahEr Iatiertywas
was n the tlu trump card ord They The played aBcrntcgaiM aBcrntc ascratchinlA amtcratctgaigce
gaiM and by b close work EC Llnl Egan M won on two t1O ou ouof out outof outof
of inlA tim tht three thro Kamna aleI eope MiinKMn ytuing llnlan mn and ondT T 1 Wlinlei Wlinleitackled WMII Whaheitackled
tacklod tackled Casey Cap and W V V Whnlon haietu In a fouririmi fouririmirubber fourKnl fourgamnirutbtxq
rlbbe rubber and tho result rFult was n draw dr each aid aidtouring aldo aldoerllf sickseoritu
erllf touring two t to gRItted gninoiM In113
M 1 Ksan J nA 21 IS 2 2r 21 21T 21T
T Jackson I e olau aud out P 1 I Flaherty 1I 10 U 21 l lr If u uF
r Mccabe and n E 1 Healy 21 IS r a aP r 21 21p
f P t llahcrty s and lT T Jackson J 12 21 1 1R 1F
R Manly nnd W OKeefe 15 21 2 21 21C 21C
C 1 Cannon Cnnon IADly and Ind G Nels els Is 21 1U II 1 1lohn 18 18t It ItJohn
John Fgan and P Uyrnes 21 IS 2 2I 21
t 1 I h8yr Uyrnes na and dJ Joe McCourt l 18 21 i ikl
kl 1 ManganandT Mangan and T Whalen 21 21 20 l lP 18 18P 11 11p
P Casey CaI and W 5 Whalen 18 17 21 7 a aAtTnrrants 21 21At 1
AtTnrrants At At Tnrrantf Tnrrants court In Jersey JprsfY City Clt Cits there ther WBIi was W wasa I
B i disappointment as 01 tho mntun mntel betweei betweeiKePfe hetwNuOlef IietceeeuiOEeeie
OEeeie KePfe nnrt anr Foley Fole Mid Lymnn L mnn antI Uunni Uunnivas Punacteas
vas Olef 111 not nll played on account nccollt of Dunne Ounn not notluttlny not notpullll notputtIng
pullll puttIng In I sn appearance npplltAlce But there thtre wen wenIsappolntnipnt w wereseveral < ro roveral
several veral Bplrller spirited laml games to make 111 up for tht the thedIsappointment
dlsppolntmlnt dlsppolntmlntHopllns dIsappointment dIsappointmentit IsappolntnipntHopkins
it Hopkins Hopllns and J Flaherty labrt 18 I 21 ZI l If IS 2 2J ZI ZIGod 21IS
IS J Gooden God n and M Tarrant 21 18 17 21 t 1 1f 17 17JCrlerandMM 1S
JCrlerandMM S f Cniger niger and M McMahon Mahoo 21 17 I IFlaherty IJ II IIJ
J Flaherty Flnhrr and T Meaekle 18 21 2 2r 2 21 21F
T r Healy and nd T I Clynes Clyn 21 IK II 2 2UMearu 2 21 21J
J UMearu OUrar ItlV and T Welsh W lsh 17 31 t 2 2I zt ztn 21it
n I Hahensteln Hah H henatein nstln and O 3 Carroll rrl IS I 11 2 2i Zt ZtH 21H
H i M Greery and JJ J 1 Flaherty tlbtW 21 31 1 1At II ic icAt
At 01 lurphy8 lurph court 122 l2 East Ea Eat t 12Sth I2jstli streetestercIay street streetfere tlrl tlrlyeatera
estercIay nfternoosl two InlereMln games gameswere
were yeatera played Rfernool A match game for 125 12 2 a gmA gmAwre sid eidiptwpen sidbtvlen ida idabetweest
btvlen betweest ptwpen Cody and Gallagher Oalhllher resulted reluled In i iIn I is iswin
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Only Onl Six Ix Players In Tills 118 Chess Chra Tourn Tournament TonrnamrntSptral TournamentSpecial ment mentSpecial
Special Sptral CaW Dripatttt IJsparrh loTRK o THK RIfle SDKPARS RIfleTAritus 1
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manager mnnllfr of the coming comlnl International Internatonal clipsnastors clips ehlll ehlllma chestniamiters
nastors ma tlK tournament nnuounced nnnouncd this 11th morn mornng mornIn mnornlag
In lag ng that Ihlt only on six Ilx players plaeI8 would bo b Invitee Inviteeo Imild Imildto invitedto
to o take part plrt In the Ih congress whIch whl h Is isbegin ti tiDegln to tob
b begin the first creek wpCk In cnlref Fpbnmry and d to em emn end endIn endIn
In n lln the tlrst trt week llk In March lnr h the exactdatei exactdateio exnctdallB exnctdallBto exact dates datesto
to o he announced announCd trAt later Iltr The TnI following folowlnl < > x xert9 XJrts xParts
Parts > ert9 have so far been linked u kd to to enter enllr la lacer Inl las lasker
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iilttco will have hll to decide deld about Ihout the flnHompopltlon final fnHI fnHIompo finalcompositIon
compositIon mitto ompo wi of the tpnm tll Them Thlro will 11 be h two twillstlnct twodl twodistinct
distinct dl events Inl a contest conlsl for n 1 challenge challengirup chAIInJI
rup UI lncl and llftoo nn in money mon noel nnl nn international InternationaJice Int internationalP1cc r tonAI tonAIPI
Jice PI anr gambit Ilmhllolrnlr tourney for which whih Mr lr Rice Rce h hfftrpd hia hiaomret hum humotibreit
fftrpd omret fsoo Jw 504 In prizes prleROVER prlI prlITil prizesT11t
SI tew cw Conrtiietor nndullnr Full Ful Programme rolratnt and and i ilnrfip a aIRJ1 aLarge
Large IRJ1 Attendance AltrndanppSunday AItndanlI AItndanlISunda AttendanceSunday
Sunday Sunda nighters nightcl had hne the pleasure of F FIrsl a afMt afirst
fMt first American AmCrlcan performance prformanc at the Metro Metrololitnn Mltro Mltropol Metropolitan
pol politan lolitnn In Opera Opr Housp House last evening epning anc ancilso and nndallo andabuse
abuse allo enjoyed Iujoyo the tlA first flt appearance apparano of the theJBorous theltorols thevigorous
vigorous ltorols nnd effectIve ellUe Arturo Artur Vlgna YInla YInlaClduclor an asa ani
a i oonductor Clduclor at the Sunday Sundlv night concerts coneortPVhether concortl concertsWhether
Whether it it was these IhF or the vogue vou of Mrhe Mrheiembrich MmE MtheSeunbrich
iembrich or the plenitude of tim pro prornmnie progmll prograunnte
gmll graunnte rnmnie as is it had already a rrd been Iln announced announcedvhich nnnotncd nnnotncdwhich annotumtcedwhich
which prove pred procetl < i tho strong attractionthe attractiontheiecond atmcton attraction the theRecond thesecond
second of Mr ConriedX Conrlel concerts concrts drew drw avery a aory a aor
very ory or large lar audience audienC The Thcltand Thcltandthrnlpd ntandeen ntandeenhronged standucesthronged
thronged thrnlpd the ppnco fC allotted aloted to them themThe themTh themllie
The Th novelty 10vply of theprogramme the programme was an or orneutral orchlltral orchretral
neutral chlltral number by Catalan Cnlalanlof of whom whomho whol whrnnthe
the ho proRrainmes furnished furnlshP the Information Informationlhat Informaton Informatonthat informationthat
that prprammfl he was M once onc know In Italy Ial ns the themodern thnnodern thprodpr
modern rodpr Bellini Bllnl Belhinilanza Danai della dela Ondlne Ondlnei Ondinl
n i composition which pleased the thl audience audiencen audllnC audllnCJn
Jn so n compsiton greatly rntl that Mr Vigna pIIA gna repeated rPtpdal all of oft ofI ofit
I it t except pllpt tho introduction Intrducton in r response responseIt spons sponso
tn It o the t hI hearty har applause nppl IR which It I met nII rspnl The ThelumnrouR Thohumoru Thehumorotme
humoru humorotme lumnrouR Hnherzo hplo l IA lt t Poule Bolzoni Bolzonivhich Bboni Tlolzoniwhich
which followed folowr provoked prooko the audience to tonerry tomrrry tomerry
nerry laughter Inughtlr which they held hlld somewhat Fomewhatiiihducd Imlwhat ImlwhatIlbdulr somewhatsuubcdued
iiihducd Ilbdulr but did not attempt atempt to restrain restrainThe rRtraln rRtralnThl restrainIhe
The Thl Hen Hfn and her spirited Iplrt interpreta interpretaion inerprta inerprtaton Interpretathen
then ion under Mr r Vlgnas Vlgnal baton would not notillow notalI notallow
allow alI ton nny other feeling feelingMme feElng feElng1mo feelingMnw
Mme 1mo Sembrichs Smhrlchs first fi st number tn r Cavn Cavnina CavnIlna Cavatirin
ina Verdi Veldlof of course cOlr made mde the the audience audiencelemand eudieneedemand
demand demane an encore plorl nnd the singer cheer cheerully chrfuly cheerfully
fully fuly responded rpndd with wih the waltz lz song Rng La Laoce taVete
Vete oce Ot dl Primaveru Prlmnvll Mme Sombrioh Qbrleh appeared ap nneared apparfd
peared > eared again oRal1 in selections Iectone from Ernani ErnaniVerdil EmanlYrdl ErnantVerdfl
parfd Verdil Yrdl with Iiiie me BrtuprmriBter liutrllttcr nnd MM MMampannri MMCnmpalnrl MMCampusnnrh
Cnmpalnrl ampannri Dippel Dpl Journet Jonrlt and Rne Mnsiero Mnsieroind Mlsitro Mlsitroaur Masicroand
and the full fiI choriiH and orchestra orchestraIt or ItrR ItrRI
aur It I was wa an evening Inlng largely larpEh of Italia lalarlullo lalarlulloTho ItallanmusIn ItallanmusInThe n music musiche
The he other niimberH nlmlJrK on onlhe the programme programmerere
rere re nn al arIa rla Don Tarlos Verdi by h hJolrnet1 M Motirnetn Mlotmrnetn
otirnetn Jolrnet1 roman roman70 a from Lea IIA Huguenotti Huguenottiiy
h iy iy M Dippel rpppl the overture Oerture frorn fromo fromFra fromFraDiavolo > Fra Fratlavolo FraDlaolo
tlavolo and tho closing clOlng orchestra orohEtra the theirandole thetarandolri
irandole LArVpienne VAII Ilenne Bizet M Milppel MDippeh
Dlppll ilppel was W obliged ohlgP to respond rllpond to the dernand de demnd dl
mnd for an encore and sang a German Germanong Oermn Oermnfong Germantong
fong tong 6
I When you wash washwith the hardest part partthe pa partwith
with withMillers of ofMillers ofMillers
Millers Soap Soapmade the work is in inA inrinsing inmade inmade
made madewith the thewith thewith A
with Naptha NapthaAf rnsing rinsing wringing wringingand wrnging I Ithe inghig inghigthe
the Af Afhalfhour and andhanging andhafhour andhalfhour
halfhour hafhour soap hanging outJIJJLLEIIS out outCILLERS outILLER
Made with Naptha Napthadoei
I does doe the work of the washboard hbd while you yo wtit watb waitbut but without withoutwearing wthot wthotwemi ithouti
i I wemi wearing the clothe cote It always alway leave leave the texture of the cloth clothsmooth coth cothsmooth clotheiis4
eiis4 t smooth and the whole fabrwIrongeven fabric fbrc ttrong onrveD even stronger than t everAll ever everAll everAl
All Al about it printed prited on onthe the te inside of the te wrapper wpper The Te biggest biggestyet biuestyd biestyet
yet and ad the price no more than th usual U Sold Sld at all a 11 grocers grocersFor loe grocersFor
For everything everhii but clothe use ue Millers Ifies Powerine POlernw4 POlernw4Ammoia wiik wiikAmmonia wiIhAmmonia
Ammonia the quick quck cleanserTUE cleanser cleanserTHE cear cearPsVA
C F V Takes Takt no Heed leed of a llcqueit t tPut to toPt toltut
Put Pt Out a Walters Wallrl Delegate DelegateThe Drlllate DrlllateTe DelegateThe
The Te Central Federated Foerte Union which ob obtnlned obtine obtamed
tamed tine a charter some timo tmo ago alO from th thAmerican the theAmerion theAmerican
American Amerion Federation Feeraton of Labor Lbor raucl rauclagainst ruch ruchIgalnBt mudsagainst
against IgalnBt the wishes ehe of a number nuber of the dele ddegates delegates delegate
gates gate may now cut loose lOe from the Federa Federation Federaflea eera eeraton
flea ton At yesterdays yeterdaye meeting metng of the C F U tian Uan Uan
an order from the Federation eer t n was practi practioally pmct practically
oally orer defied defiedAmalgamated dele defiedAmatgamsted
cy Amalgamated Ammamate Waiters Waler Union Xo No1 No1which 1 1which Iwhich
which fc recognized by the C F U t wrote wrotto wroteto wroteto
to that body boy complaining cmplining that tbt the Labor LnboFederation Lbor LborFeeration LaborFederation
Federation at its iA last convention cnentlon ordered orderecthe ordere orderedthe
the C F U to seat set the delegate of a rival rivnunion rivalunion rivalunion
union and to fire fre the delegate of the unloithe union uion uionthe unionthe
the C F U had hd chosen choen to t recognize recognizeThe reco recognizoThe nlze nlzeTe
The rival union was organized organize sovera soveraweeks several severalweks severalweeks
weeks weks Te ago by a man mn named Bauman Duman who winstarted whostarte whostarted
started starte to form for unions un lone of all 0 the employee employeeof emplot
of hotels hote and restaurants r tnumnta After flr severe severemeetings seerl seerlmetings several severalmeetings
meetings metings the agitation agittion ho created create died die omit oulnnd Olt Oltand omitand
hit hitunion hlRunion hulaUnion
and the C F U refused to recognize regnize
union As the representative rEprlentnte of a national nntiormorganization otonal otonalorganiztion nationalorganization
organization organiztion to which all al the waiters uniowbelonged unions unlo1 unionsbelonged
belonged Olono lIneman uman then had Waiters Wulel Union UnlorNo Ulion UlionNo UnionNo
No 1 expelled expele from the te national natlool body hoy and andpersuaded andpelusdo andpersuaded
persuaded pelusdo the A F of L to take the action actiorit acton actonIt
it did didWhen didWhen didWhen
When the te letter leter from the waiters walel union unionasking unionwlnl unionasking
asking wlnl the C F U to stand by it was Wl read readthe flad fladthe readthe
the upholders of the Labor Lbr Federation Federationpointed Feerton Feertonpintd Federationpointed
pointed pintd out that the C V U charter might mightbe mightbl
be bl forfeited unless unl it obeyed oheyo the mandate mandateof
of Sam Comperes organization orKanlzaton This drew drewan drw drwan drewan
an indignant protest from frm the other dele delegates delegates dolegates ¬
gates gatesIs
Is the American Federation Ftdtrton of Labor Laborgoing LOr LOrgoing Laborgoing
going to run nl this thil body blh demanded demandt1 Morris MorrisBrown MorrisBrown lorr
Brown Brwn of the cigarmakera cigarmakeraI
I would rather give up our charter than thanhave thanhass I
have the thl federation federton dictate dlctto to UH u said saidanother Iald Ialdanother saidanother
another delegate dtlegate What hat has the Fedora Federation Fedoratiomi edor ¬
lion of l ahor Labor > done tor us tl anyway Inyway I Idont Idont I Idont
dont see R that its il charter t an do us u any nn good goodand go goodand d dRnd
and if it is going to boss things here we wewould wewOlld wewould
would wOlld be b better bter without witout its I charter charterThe charIerThe charterThe
The C F IT rfnaly r finally ignored iglol the fedora federation fedemton fedoration ¬
tion ton altogether nlt ether and appointed n 1 committee committeeto committ
to try to effect tret a settlement tttement between btwen the thntwo thetwo thetwo
two rival rhalunloM rhalunloMIRO unions unionsIRO unIonsIRON
No io More Men Ien Out Utt luutof of lobs Itl to He AdmItted AdmIttedAfter AdmlttciAfter AdmltCd AdmltCdAfer
After Afer Tills flb Weik WetkHarl itetkflard Hnrcl on Old Union UnionSome lnll lnllBore UnionSome
Some Bore time tme this thil week wClk according accring to an anannouncement anannouncment anannouncement
announcement announcment made yesterday the books bookiof bokR bokRof booksof
of the Hpiwesniith HOlesmlths Union of Now 1e York Yorkto Yorkto Yorkto
to which whlchmemh members r of tho old Parks union unionhave unionhae unionhave
have bt ln beout > en flocking Rocltng will wi be closed coed against againstnew alalnAt alalnAtnew againstflew
new members membr From 2000 20 to 2500Iron 2500Ironworkers 250lron 250lronorker 2500ironworkers
workers orker are expected expcted to be 0 idle this thll winter winterbecause winterbcufe winterbecause
because bcufe work on a number numbr of buildings buildingswill buldlnH
will 1 be held over Oer until unti spring Housesmiths House Housesmiths Housesmith
smiths smith weather permitting prmiting can work workthrough workthrough I Ithrough
through the winter When the St Rt Paul PaulBuilding PaulBuldi PaulBuilding
Building Buldi was al being bing constructed contmcted the house houxesmiths hou houImlth housesmIths
Imlth smiths were wer working there thor night and day daywhen davwhen daywhen
when the th thermometer therometer was M at zero There Therewill Therwi Therewill
will wi not bo b enough work this winter how however however however ¬
ever to make overtime oortlne necessary neCIn neCInPrsident
President Prsident Buchanan Bucha of the International InternationalAssociation Intcrnatonll IntcrnatonllAeeoclton InternationalAssociatiort
Association Aeeoclton of Ironworkers Ironworleet will wi lx > back backin huckIn hackin
in town this week wek to muko a desperate desperateattempt dcapcrte dcapcrteatlmpt climuiporateattempt
attempt atlmpt to induce InduC60mo sonic of the other trades tradesto
to cooperate cooprate with wih tho striking strldul menibern menibernof mem rt
of his hil locl local union nnd to try tr to raise rlse tho thospirits thespirits I
Ipirll spirits of its lR members membersSeveral mlmbl ntembersSeveral
Several Sveral weeks weks ago despatches from fromChicago fro fromhticago 1
Chicago Chlogo and other nfo cities said that the Na National Xistional Xnonal ¬
tional onal Building Bllding Trades TrdeR Alliance Alalt was wal going goingto goln golnto goingto
to rail al out tho lie trades trdes other than the liouv liouvnmiths hou housmltl huuuaesmiths
smiths all al over olr the country cuntl in support supportof IUJport IUJportof
of the thl strike Itrke against the Iron league lRagul and andthe unr mtndthirs
the George Oeofto A Fuller Fuler Company It It cainn cainnout eamAout caineout
out yesterday ostrcy that tho National Natonnl Building BuildingTrades Buiding BuidingTrados BuildingTrades
Trades Alliance Alano is If not yet et in Il existence existenceTho IxlstenLt IxlstenLtThe existenceThe
The question qU ton of forming formlnF It It has Jwen been left leftto Ifft Ifftto leftto
to n referendum refelnCul vote otA of 0 of the thl national un unions UI mmions ¬
ions lOl in tho building huldlng trades and and it will wi l h hmonthl ho homonths > o omonths
months monthl before bfor tho result rsult of such a vote votewill votowill ote
will 1 bo known kmmownIlilhsiocrs knownFiii knownllllnfr
Fiii Ililhsiocrs llllnfr > Iijpr Ilrst Irst at Organizing OrganizingThe r rgauil7jngThe aI17Jnj
The delegates deleJltp8 of the Boxmakors oxmakorf Union Unionat
at yesterdays yeltlraRmeting meeting of the Central Fed Federated FlI FlIemle Federated ¬
erated emle Union complained compline that it is very ery
hard har to get the boxmakcrs to organize organizeHo orgunl7p orgunl7pHo
Ho declared decarr that the II employers Implo lrR knew I thin thintrick ho hotrick hotrick
trick of organizing organizng better bltfr than llnn thn lln unions unionsnotwithstanding Inlonl iiniouumnotwithstanding
notwithstanding all al the he experience the theunions Ih Ihunions thteunions
unions had hadSHOT hae haestOT hadShOT
SHOT ACROSS THE 7lE COtTKR COtTKRBtorrkppppr COlTfll COlTfll8tnrrkrrptr COIXTEIIStorekeeper
Btorrkppppr 8tnrrkrrptr Ttlnna Tlnna TrinutaFices Klpps llrl to the Wood Woodbut uoIls uoIlshut ootishut
hut U 1 l Capttirrd CapttirrdHACKENBACK Capttrrd CapttrrdHACJENIACK tapIiirrdlHACgENSACK
HACKENBACK HACJENIACK N J Dec DeIIuIA n flLouis Louis Trinna Trinnawas Trlnnl TrlnnlWI lriminawas
was WI brought to jail jaillt last night charged charped with withshooting withhootng willsshooting
shooting hootng Egidlo Fernando at at Itidgewood ItidgewoodFernado Ildjolood Ildjoloodprnado HidgowoodFernado
Fernado was waf watchman and Trinna More Morekeeper stompkeeper torl
keeper for sewer sewlr contractors contrctor and them themwas thema themteal
was teal klJ a bad blood bloo between betwrn them thel It 111 is alleged allegedthat n1llet nhiegeclthat
that Fernando went ent to the store and asked askedfor nskld nskldfor asked askedfor
for a bottle btte of beer ber when Trinna ex exclaimed P1 oxclaimed ¬
claimed with an oath Ill 11 give you a beer beerat beerat r rot
at the same time tmo picking up a gun un mid midfiring Ind Indfrn andfiring
firing frn
Fernando ernndo by a quick movement turned turnedso tmnr
so 10 that thlt the charge chargl of shot Ihot cut across ncrOff rather ratherthan rtllr rtllrthan tat her herthan
than Into the abdomen but the skin Ildn was wasbadly WH WHbadly washadlytorn
badly hadlytorn torn t r and andhtsscas he h wan taken tothe tlthp Paterpon PaterponGeneral Pltrrfon PltrrfonGEneral PntcreuntGeneral
General Chief Pollen Pulls Pullscaught lmmhiacatglit
GEneral Hospital Io pll of 101 co 1ul
caught c ught Triune in tho woods wooee near nllr the Erie KrlaRailroad Jrle JrleRalrond Erieihaliroad
Railroad RailroadInlon Ralrond RalrondInlon ihaliroadtnbon
Inlon CollPKe nlrli Alumni IUlll Dinner DinnerThe Pnnrr PnnrrThe DlnuuerThe
The Union College Coll e Alumni Association AMoiatol of ofthis ofIJ oftttis
this IJ city et will wi have hn e a dinner next Thursday Thursdayvenlng Thulday Thuldayenln Thursdayvening
venlng enln at the tht Hotel Manhattan Manhattn Madison Madisonavenue Madlonenul Madisonavenue
avenue enul and Fortysecond ForYItond street Itrt Itrtt
Caremont Claremont Park Pak Congregation COlreaUon in Thi ThiBronx 1e 1eBronx ThuBronx
Bronx Opens Opns a handy land Edifice EdificeThe Fnce FnceThe EdificeThe
The Claremont Clremont Park Congregations CongregationsChurch Conggtionl ConggtionlChurch CongregationalChurch
Church the Rev John C Whiting Wiig pastoi pastoiyesterday ptr ptryceteray paatoryesterday
yesterday yceteray took tok possession pssession of its it new build building buld buldIng buildlog
ing at Webester Webcter avenue and East Et 167U 167Ustreet 167t 167thstreet
street stret In I The Bronx Brnx Since Sinc it was organizesmore organizes orgnie organizedmore
more mor than a year ago the congregatloi congregatloihas cngrgton cngrgtonhn
has hn worshipped In a store str in Webster Webtr ave avenue avelue aveflue
flue lue worhipp The attendance attndanc Increased Icred so 8 rapldl rapldlthat 1Jldly 1Jldlytht repldlthat
that tht a building bu1dlng had hd to bo b procured prur Wll Wllliain Wi WIllama
llama lim F Havemeyer who owns OW a largitract largi lrge lrgetrct largctract
tract trct of land lnd in the thE neighborhood neighborhod offered offereethe ofer offeredthe
the te growing groig congregation cngrgaton the te use u of a site siteand lit siteand
and upon this the trustees trute have hve erected ert i ii a aportble a aportable
i portable portble church churh structure etrcture at a coat cst ol olabout of ofabout ofabout
about SI800 SI800The 1800 1800The
The new 18 building hul dig is made mde of yellow yelow pine pinewith pie pielh pinewith
with lh walls wnli and floor Ioor lined lie with builders buildersfelt bulder buildersfelt
felt fel thus thU making it weatherproof wMterprf II IIbus It IthILS Ithas
bus an auditorium audiorium 44 by 24 feet fet 6 inchescapable inches Iche lnchee1capable
capable of accommodating nomrodtng 250 25 people peopleTho pple ppleTho peopleTim
Tho roof rof is L covered coerd with wih asbestos asbeste thus thumaking thus thusmaking thusmaking
making that tat part of the building buidig fireproof fireproofService frproof frproofServlc fireproofService
Servlc Service was held prt in the new edifice edltc In I In the thimorning te temoring themqrnlng
morning a Sunday Sundy school shol session in the thiafternoon te teaftron theafrernoon
afternoon aftron and a service eric In I the te evening eveningThe evenig evenigThe eveningS
S The building buiding will wl be b taken tken down dow and nd re reerected r reerected
erected on another site when it Is I i neoesesrj neoesesrjto ne r
to ert t vacate aet the anoter Havemeyer plot plotWHERE plot plot1lERE plotWhERE
Showing by Protestants Proteltanl In 1 the Middle or ofTown o oTown 1
Town TownChurches Tow TowChurchIl TownChurches
Churches ChurchIl in that par pars of Manhattan Manhnttalying Mnbattn Manhattanhying
lying between Fourteenth p and Fiftythin Fiftythinstreets Fiftythirdstreets I
streets are attended by more yeopUv eoplo li liproportion in inproportton
proportion to population than are churches churcheon churcheson
on the east and west sides of Central Park Parkin Parkin
in Harlem and on Washington Heights HeightsMore HeightsMore
More than 32 per cent of the population populatloiin
in tho first named district were found to lx lxin be bein
in thin churches last Sunday week when i icensus a acomics
census was taken by the Church Xewi XewiAssociation XewsAssociation
Association This number is fully 8 peicent per percent
cent higher than those above Fiftythin Fiftythinstreet Fiftytlclrdstreet
street streetThis streetThis
This table shows the attendance made madiby madeby
by the various denominations in the dis district dist
riot trictDcnomlna t riotDeuomina
Dcnomlna DcnomlnaIan Kaaf N of Mimbtr Atttntt AtttnttChurchti Attendlion
Ian IanRo Churches hip tntt Men Menno
Ro Catholic CatholicKplsiopal 24 H5750 M612 Z2W 22397lplstopal
Kplsiopal KplsiopalMvlllOlilSl 13 17079 1S073 SM 3884Methodist
MvlllOlilSl MvlllOlilSlUnitarian 12 2107 241B M MLtnitarlitn
Unitarian UnitarianHaptlst 2 4iw 4 466 < M l lin 500 500Baptist
Baptist HaptlstConicrrEallonal in 4120 SS16 113 1131congrrgatianal
ConicrrEallonal ConicrrEallonalLutheran 3 Sits no 119 119n 892 892Lulberaul
Lutheran LutheranItrlormcd n 4115 2220 74 747 747Reformed
Reformed Itrlormcd1rtsliyterlan 7 3211 4901 17 1751 1751lnshymerlan
1rtsliyterlan 1rtsliyterlanMiscellaneous 15 71S3 SeiK 200 2501Miscellaneous 200M
Miscellaneous M 7687 71SS 3B9 3B9m 2095Totals
Totals m iiwTo 193220 12MH M21 M21MfiR 38211IIGR
Attends the 40th 4Othminnlversary Anniversary Service ol olSt of ofSt
St Francis Xavlcrs avbers Sodality SodalityFour SodalbtyFour
Four hundred and ten members of th thSt the theSt
St Francis Xavier Sodality among whom whonwere whomswere
were five Justices of the Supreme Court CourtPresident CourtPresident
President Forties of the Aldermen and W WBurke WBurke
Burke Cochran met in St Francis Xavier XavierChurch XaviersChturch
Church nt 730 oclock yesterday mornln mornlnfqr morning morningfqr
fqr the fortieth anniversary mass of th thsodality the thesodahity
sodality Mgr Falconlo the he Apostolic Apostolic1iegatc ApostollDelegate
Delegate was wisapsesont present In the sanctuary wil wila with witha
a Inrao numbT of prominent clergymen clergymenFollowing clergymenFollowing
Following l thin ho miss there was a break breakfast breakfast
fast to the Apostolic Delegate In the gym gymminium gymflIiMilIltt
minium hall of St Francis Xaviera College Collegent Collegeitt
nt which i70 giinHs a were present presentAfter presentIipu
After Iipu the breakfast there was a solemn solftmipontifical solemnpriuuiflcah
pontifical high mass in St Francis Xavier XavierChurch Xaviershiiuichi
Church at 11 oclock Mgr Falconio pre presidtxl presicksl
sidtxl on limo throne throneSoliimi throneSithtunui
Soliimi print Iflcnl vespers were sung sungthe by >
the Apostolic Delegate in St Franon FranonXnviniR FrancusXusviemie
XnviniR last night A further celebration celebratioiof
of 51 the anniversary will be held in the Catho Catholie Cathohue
lie Club tomorrow night nightIllshnp nlgbmtIllshnp
Illshnp nalirlplft Home Front RomeBishop Rome RomeBishop
Bishop tabrieln of Ugdensburg who hatbeen hat hasleelt
been abroad for the last six months re returned rettimitud ¬
turned hero yesterday He visited Arch Archbishop Archbishop ¬
bishop Fancy at the See House and then thenbecame thenbecaino
became the guest of Mgr Edwards at the therectory therectory
rectory of the Immaculate Conception in inEast InEast
East Fourteenth street During the theBishops theBishop
Bishops s stay in Rome he had several pri private priate ¬
vate ate audiences with Pius X XChurch NhurIi
Church hurIi Appeal In Holiday Shoppers KhopprrnIn
In all the Episcopal churches of this thiscity thiscity
city yeHtordny appeals were made to the thecongregations ticscongregations
congregations by the clergy on behalf of ofthe oftime
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