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Him Inw to o Provide Polde Transportation Transprtaton for Hal HalSfltlrtl laJ iiir4ltIetl
Sfltlrtl Areai In The Bronx Oronx One OneThin of of11lIt ofThttiiEait <
11lIt ThttiiEait Thin Kait and West elt Side Hldl IloutM RatH No NoInrirr Notnffr NoInder
Inrirr tnffr Comlderatlon Conlderaton by b n T Hoar HoarThe DoardThe HoardThe
The announcement Announcment that the Interurban InterurbaStreet Interuban InterubanBtrft InterurbanStreet
Btrft Street Railway Riway Company Qmpany will wi bid on th thconstruction the thoI thecontruetion
I construction contructon of future futue lines Inel proposed by th thJlnpld the theJApid thItepid
Jlnpld Transit Commission seems BO o far a acould as as011d aaould
JApid Tanit Cmmlllon sems 8
could 011d bo learned lerne yesterday yr8trdy glad gla tidings tidingsgreat tdings of ofweal ofgreat <
great weal joy jO to almost almolt everybody Intereste Interestein tntcstedIn
in rapid rpid transit with wih the possible pllble excel excellion oxceplion xceptln
tln lion of the Interborough Intrborough or Belmont Dlmont con conpany cor corpan coinS coinSany
pany pan any Mr Belmont Blmont nelmonthad had a few things tings to t sa saabout sy syab011it say sayIflUt
about ab011it IflUt It and they tey were ere not cordial cordialTlie crdil crdilTh cordialTiii
Tlie Th Rapid Transit Tanalt Commission mml6lonll is d dlighted de deJghled delighted <
lighted Jghled at the announcement announcment Several SoYer c cthe of ofthe ofthE
the commlHHloners cmmlllionerslnilmato intimated yesterdajrUu yesterdajrUufora yesteda weA tat tat1ma
fora nr it long ong time tme they had been hen trying Lryi zig to fin finMMbbdy find findusbody nd ndboy
MMbbdy boy who would bid against aglnt the Bel BelnonlMcDonald Bl BlmontMcDonld BeluontMcDonald
nonlMcDonald montMcDonld syndicate for propose proposeMansions proposd proposdlons proposed proposedtnelon
Mansions lons to the subway but until untl Thotna ThotnaF ThomaHP
F J KyanV RyanlannouDement Byan annonncemont of Thursday 1hur y the theJisd they theyI theyJad
I Jisd Jad about Aholt given givn up hope of any rival bid biddors biddorl biddor
dors dorl to the builders buldere of tho present sub subway subWR subway
way wayThe WR WRI The I he question fulton generally grnlrly asked aske by citizen citizenInterested citizenit
I Interested Intrste In rapid transit tranllt after afer readlni readlniMr rldlng rldlngI rpndlngMr
I Mr ro Ryans statement sttment yesterday morning morningwas moring moringI
I was al What territory teritry Is It proposed prop6d to cover covelijr coverexlenlon coverV
V lijr extensions exlenlon of the subway Those Thos wh whasked who whoiis3ed ho hoa
asked a ke this tl question quelton were also al8 curious CUrolS t tknow to toknow
know knl If i it la I the intention Intenton of the ts Rapid Hlpld Tran Traneit Traullt Tranit
eit llt it Commission Comrllonto to anticipate antcipat the needs nrds o othe of ofthe ofthe
the city ciy for ten or fifteen fttn years easln In the future futureor futuroor
or or whether it Is the intention Intenton to build buid up onl onlto only onlyto
to the present prEent needA need ned needsA
A person I rton who Is in a position psiton to know knowabout knowIho1 knowslot
about Iho1 all al there ther is to know of the plans plan am ampurpose and amiI andpurpoo
I purpose purp of the Rapid Rpid Transit Commlwioi Commlwioithrew CommiAlon CommiAlonthlew CommiMionthiew
threw somo sor light on those thos two uuostion uuostionytftvrday uUOtlon5 uUOtlon5I uueationaytvrday
I ytftvrday f ttray afternoon aferon Ho said saidIt sld sldIt
It Is I ip freely frly admitted admited by everybody evorybodinterested oloryby olorybyInlcritd everybodyInleretet
interested Inlcritd in New e Yorks rapid transl translproblem tmn tranRltproblem lt ltprohltm
prohltm problem that the subway systems ilter now novunder nowUnlltr nowumlor
under Unlltr construction cnltruclon do not by any mean meanfill menusfl meansfill
fill fl me requirements rfulrmtnts of real rapid rpid transit transitWhen tmJllt tmJllten tranitWhen
When en the present prfnt subway is completed completecthere completedthord
I there will 1 be 0 no real ral rapid transit trnit between botweerCentral btwon btwonthltgrt betweenthatgreat
thltgrt thatgreat terrlory territory In rpd The hn Brnx Bronx I between betweent > twen twent
t he New York and Harlem and New York Yorktlntral Yorktentral
Central railroad rlrad and the lower end o oManhattan or orMRnhatan ofManhattan
tlntral te
Manhattan MRnhatan Island Illand Nor when the presen presencuhway prsnt prsntny present presenttiihway
cuhway ny U L ii completed cmpleled will 1 the people peopll 01 01the on onI onIu
the I tu Iu East Side from frm mat Fortysecond ForYtnd street streetay stret stretar streetay
ay to UQth 191h street ItJt and Mott avenue have havinny haveInVIrr haveany
any InVIrr very rapid transit transitU trslt trsltI transitIt
U I in ii the desire dellrE of the Rapid Rfld Transit TransiIommiesion Trnsit Trnsitt Transitommisslon
Iommiesion t ommltlon to glvo real ral rapid rpll transit t tboth to tobolh tohoth <
both these thel sections setons At the same me time timetho timethe
tme tmetho
tho commission tmlSlon known perfectly prely well wel that thato thatto
to get Iet two or more bidders blddlr for any exten extenhiuiis extenI extenihus
I hiuiis 101 to the thf subway system Yltem under con conHtruotlon cont construction
Htruotlon t rolon It must lay layout out routes routel which whichrrilher whichrri whichrclther
rrilher rri ht the Interurban Intenlrbn nor the Interborough Interboroughlat Interboroughppopll
ppopll opl want the other crowd 10 hule huleTat bUild bUildiThat
Tat lat is the commission comml8fon must mul propose a ai alOlII aPotato
i lOlII Potato out for which both these the corporations corporationswould corprUonl corporationswould prp
would 0111 become bme competing compting bidders biddersThe biddersThe biddersTho
The commission desires to provide for formo fortile
Hp tile mo need nerR of as distant dlant a future fltur as a possible possibleLtit plble plblelUI
hut it cannot Cnno expect either of two such suchcorponitionH suchcorprtions suchcorporatione
corponitionH corprtions as the Interurban Inlerrb and Inter InterI
I borough borouph with Ih obligations oblgatonR to its Is stock stockholder stok stockhollers ¬
holder Iolder to become beome a competitor for the thocountry theIItlporation thetrausportation
1 IItlporation trausportation from a lrgely largely compttor undwelop1 undwelop1I undeveloped undevelopedeountry
country oUnlr to Manhattan Ianhattn It I takes takei money monEY to torulld totuid toIuiId
I rulld tuid a subway and it I takes lakel money to en enable enIble enbIe ¬
able Ible bIe a corporation corportol to pay its ls fixed fxe charges chargesTherefore chargel chargesIhvefore
Therefore 7hrefor any extensions extrn810n p proposed by b the thecommission thelomml8lon therommisslon
commission lomml8lon must mUII be such prpa as will wl return retur a aprofit ail ajrof1t
il profit Ilrofl to the builders buldel and operators oprtor of the theproposed thep theprtposed
proposed p routes routesIwo routestwo
1 Iwo wu rapid transit extensions extenlons have al already already alresdy ¬
ready been bn favorably received rehe by the Rapid RapidTransit Rpid RpidTraMlt RapidTransit
Transit Commission CommiSlon One is 11 an elevated elevatedatriicture elevate elevatedstructure
ia structure Itructure from fror the west Wet hank of the Harlem HarlemRiver HarlemIve HarlemRiver
River Ive about ablt opposite opplltE I55th street stet straight straightup straght straghtUP
up Jerome Jerme avenue In the heart heartof of the Bronx Bronxand Bronxmidway Bronxmidway
UP midway btwtn between the New ew York Centa Centaand Centra Centraand
and the tie New ew York and Harlem roads to toVonkers t toonkers
Vonkers Yonkei or more correctly speaking to tothe toIh tothe
the Ih city olt line lne In this rrecty territory teritry there tere are arepractically aropralcly arepractically
practically pralcly no transit tranit facilities facite not even evenHUI evenKi evenv
v HUI Ki ui face fa lines Inel other than those offered olere by bythe byL i
L the Ih two railroads rairoas on the east and west westborders Wet Wetr westborders
borders bordersTo I
r To 0 give real rel rapid transit to the people peopleof pple I
of the East Et Side it has ha been bn proposed proposedunit proposedend
unit the proposition popsiion ban met with wit propse the com commissions om omml cornmissions ¬
ml missions ni lons favorable consideration cnideraton to build builda buid
a 1 Kubway from Fortysecond Fortcnd street stet and andPaik andPai andPaik
Paik Pai k avenue to connect cnnect with wih the subway subwaynow
1 now there and run east along Forty FortrMeond FortrMeondIlrPt Fortysecond Fortysecondr econd econdwtfpet
r wtfpet IlrPt either to Lexington Lxingtn avenue or First Firstavrnue Firstafnue Firstavenue
avenue afnue and north under ulder the Harlem to toconnect totnnet tot
t connect tnnet with wth the present prCent subway subwa at 149th 149thRtrest H9thIlr 149thstreet
street Ilr et and Mott avenue The present presentwiliway preselt preseltuhay presentsubway
subway docs doC not tap this Ihl territory teriory at lt all alland al alland
and 81rl the people are absolutely ahMlllelv dependent dependenttor
for 101 transit Iranll facilities flcltil on Oi au the elevated and andrmiface andclii
rmiface 111 clii fac ra lines lneR except exetpt where whlrc some 8me few are areHfole areIhle areshie
Hfole Ihle to reach the te New York Central Centraletations Centraletationsin stations stationsin
in that territory terior
The western wes rM spur Bplr of the present prnt subway subwaygoes lubway lubwaygOllp subwaygoes
goes gOllp up to 150th street Rtrt and strikes strlkel the went wenthank Wllt Wllthunk westhank
hank of the Harlem Exterior
Harel at Exleror avenue avenueThe avenueThe avenuertie
The Interurban Intnubn people pople have a surface surfac line linerunning lne lnerunning linerunning
running up Lenox JJnox avenue to about abut 14flth 14flthstreet Hmhwher 146thStreet
street where wher thev have ha a power house houseThere hOUMThr houseThere
There Thr would not be b much mich rapid transit trall in ina Ina ina
a proposition proposiion to connect cnnccl the line lne running runningup rnning rnninguplhrough
up uplhrough through Jerome Jlrme avenue alpnut with wih tho Lenox LenoxBvppue lnoxI Lenoxspnh1e
Bvppue I pnle surface line lnt Th The Interurban Interrban peo people pcopie ¬
surac po popip
pip could culd however give glvf to the city cty the moat moatrapid m0t m0trHpid mostrspid
rapid transit tmnHIt of any of the lines Inel existing exstng or orproposed orprpt orprepots
proposed prepots d by b becoming bcming successful suc ful bidders biddersfor bidder bidderefor
for this Ihll prpsiion prpsiionBuid proposition propositionBuild
Build Buid a tunnel tlnnel under the Harlem hn hninnlng beginning H HKinnlng
ginning at a point pint about ahut midway between betweenMBth Llwfn Llwfntnlh between146th
MBth tnlh and 185th streets ftrtl and then tln const cnltmct cnltmctnn conatnict conatnictan met metnn
nn elevated nlolated road rod or subway If It Is pre pr profnrrei1 preferred ¬
ferred frlr up Jerome Jerme avenue to the city llY line lineConnect lne lnet lineontiect
Connect t QnncL ontiect the lower end of this thl tunnel under underthe underthe underthe
the Harlem with lh a subway down Seventh Seventhnvetitie SoventlLaventile venth venthrlun
nvetitie rlun to o Itoth 10lh street thence thlno under the thonortliwrut thelorllst thenorthwest
northwest lorllst corner eorer of the Park to t Central CentralPark Cntral CntralPar CentralPan
Park Par I k NVst ft and straight Ilrght down thatthorough thatthoroughfsr that thorough thoruhfl thoroughfars
And to Greenwich Greenwichnvenue Greenwichaenue
fsr fl fars Eighth avenue GrmVoh GrmVoha
thence to Wooster Church ChurchRlroeiand Churchlltlnd Churchstreetand
nvenue a nue Ihlnc t street elret to
Rlroeiand lltlnd to the Battery BatteryKnoll Bter BatterySttoh
Knoll 1loh a route would ould involve going under underin Inder Inderth tinderthe
th the in present pllt subway slbway at KMth l > th street srt and at atFiftyninth atfltlninth atViftyninth
Fiftyninth fltlninth street streL but there ther are ar no un unFolvablo untnh tinnlahkt
tnh Folvablo hle engineering englnEring problems prhlems in either eitherof tihlr tihlrof
of the IhOl theeo i propositions In n fact fat it would wouldIf wouldli wouldis
If li e very very propitonl easy IIY route to t construct Cltrct and the thepxtremities thetrmhe thePtremitkA
pxtremities of ofit it above the Harlem and andbelow andlow andbelow
below low Greenwich avenue have already alreadyipid
Grnwch alray alray11n
11n been llrPf proposed h 13 the Chief Engineer to the theRati theBaicI
Rati BaicI ipid Transit Tranl1 Commission CnmmixsionHit ommlllon ommlllonnlu
Hit engineer anllntr has hi fiupgostod ujgrltod an elevated elevatedttniitur elevat elevatedtrlittiirt
ttniitur rllltlr above the Harlem HarlEm because bcUR it Is IBmilch Ismud ismitch
mud cheaper cheapr to build hlld can cn be b built bl ll more morequickly mor more1ui1cki
quickly 1ui1cki and will w1 serve Irc that territory trrtor quite quiteKM quiteI
I KM well wel as R a subway Ilhwa The TIO cant and west westnds westnds westends
nds of the present prfnt subway subwlY in the Bronx Bronxste Bronxate IJnx IJnxII
ate II now elevated etlvalod structures struIWns Such luch a line linewould lne lnewQllrl linewonldgive
would wQllrl wonldgive give ghE rapid transit tralsit In tho fullest fulclt mean meaning me8ning meanleg ¬
ing of the thl tenn and the familiar famiar prphes prphesfrm prophesy
from frm the Battery Bter to Harlem in fifteen fifteenminutes ften ftenminuteR fifteenminutes
minutes would bo b more mor than an easy cosynccompllithinent ony onyncompllhment easyaccomplishment
accomplishment nccompllithinentThe ncompllhment
The Interborough company would very verymuch veryruch verymuch
much ruch dislike dislke I fanoy ompnl to BOO 8 the tnt Interurban Interurbnnppopln Intrrban Interurbanpeople
people ppl8 build buid this thi line lne and for forthat that reason reasonIf rln rlnJ I
If J there Ihert were wer no others the Rapid Rpid Transit TransitfommiMtion Tnsit Tnsitfommilonwl TransitCornmisslon
fommiMtion fommilonwl will be 0 most likelv lkeh to t auk auknoonor Rk Rklonrr asksooner
sooner lonrr or later latEr for bids bldl on such luch a route routeThe routeTbe routeThe
The Int InWrugh Inerborough or rborough people pplo could culd build buid the thnelevated thAp thesevated
elevated p sevated elale structure Itrcur through The Bronx and andconnect andrnnot andconnect
connect rnnot it with their tl lr own ow elevated elovatf structure structureat
at 155th Irlh street 8trt but b1t the rapidity of the thetransit thelrnlil thetransit
transit lrnlil could culd not be l compared with wih the other otherline otherlne otherlne
line lne because bell the tht elevated elevnto cmpe linen InpH have al already nlrtt already ¬
ready rtt reached rme their capacity cpacity and more marc than thancapacity thn thnMJdty thancapacity
capacity MJdty during durnr the hours hour of the day when whenour whenoir whenour
our oir people pepl require reulre rapid transit transitA trnsit trnsitfor transitAs
A As for the East Et Side SidE it has hn already alfady been beenproponed bn bnprJ beenproposed
proponed to the commission commllon and acted actedfavorably acledfaorbly actedfavorably
prJ favorably faorbly upon by it that a subway should shouldgo fhould fhouldgo
go under upn Lxlnjtn Lexington avenue and an i over the theHarlem thoHarlem theHarlem
Harlem to t connect connot with the present prent subway subwaynt
nt U9th 19tb street Itrt and Mott avenue It I is isperhaps I IJrhap Isperhaps
perhaps Jrhap improbable that the 110 Interurban Intonirbanpeople Interrban Interrbanpopll Interurbanpeople
people popll would like ikI to bid on such a route routeli rOlle rOllehii routetait
hii tait I it II Is prctcal practically crlaln certainthat Ihat they theywould theywouldlike would
li 11 like 10 o bid on a subway which would run rununder rn rnuntEr runtinder
under untEr First FIlt avenue to t 149th 191h street Htrt and Mott Mottvpnim MottarnolD
arnolD 1 It I is L also all practically prctcly certain ornln that thath thathe
h he Interborough ntrhorugh company will wi want to tohid 10hid tobid I
hid nn 01 the same route compny There Ther wo have haveIdrnl haerul haveiIfHl I
Idrnl rul conditions ondilonl again a aln so 0 that the com commission comIli cornmniboit ¬
mission Ili lol will wi morit II0t likely lkolr invite bids in the thni thl I
i vir lr nr future lutur for the route or ono very verytlinllur crr crrIhlil
tlinllur tlinllurIfcsldi Ihlil I 1
Ifcsldi llld these tllI north and alllllh south soul h lines IneM the thnllspld thlopc thehtapd
llspld opc Transit Hoard loa nl now has hl tinder In r lis lit disUtICiOfl listutmion
1 tutmion ulldon a I four traik subway ubwa from frm the
Mlllamshurg Wllamhlrg Uridgn Iridgn through I hrugh Dplatiiey Dplatiieyml III I
umi ml ni Spring Sprlli Mrrotn Ilrwtl to Centre Centr entre street Itrt nun amid nndCltr amidt
t I down Centre Cltr to the Iht Brooklyn rkln Bridge BrdSt with dtbI
a spur east along along Canal Cmd Canattrbt street t ibMn ibMnhata the Man Manliattan Maniattan
liattan hata IPu e Bridge rd 8uch aBubTrtijrwouU aBubTrtijrwouUsolve a luly uby flu1d flu1dsolve 1uld 1uldIIe
at the theBrokly theBrooklyn
solve IIe tho thoproblem problem of thecr the crewil
Brooklyn Brdge Bridge and the ot othertWo crow erw b bri4gee bri4geeacross
8J across Brokly the Et East River I ItwoUIdAe oul be b posslbl posslblthen positlilethen
pnllo pnllothen
then for both bth the elevated eleva aim aud rsurfacBridge surface surfaceBridge
Bridge trains trin to tolop toloop loop tho loopaontlie loponthe Man Manhattan Mn Mnhatan Manhattan
hattan hatan side Ilde and have a continuous conUnuoul i run rurfrom runfrom runfrom
from Brooklyn nroklyn to Manhattan Manhattlandbck ManhattlandbckInasmuch and andbaok andbaoklnaamuoh back backInasmuch
Inasmuch as a the Interurban Int mrb people peoplewould M p ple plewould plewould
would be abloto able to tap suoha subway Vitlall Vitl wttliall ih ihal
all its downtown dowtown surfaces i lines In8 it I Is sun sunthat surothat
that al 11 they would want furace to bid for forthat that work workIt ork orkI
It I seems sem to me and I believe bblovo it i seems sms t tthe to <
the Rapid Ulpld Transit Trnsit an Commission Comtlllon that sine sinethe sincethe
the announcement announcment of Mr Ryan yan New NIw York YorlIs YorkII Yorkis
Is II much muh nearer nearr to real r1 rapid rpid transit trMlt than thaiIt thanIt
It has ha ever been before beforeAugust bfor beforeAugust
August Belmont bn Imont president prident of the Inter Interborough Intr Intrborough Interborough ¬
borough AURst company aQpany offered oter this thi comment commenton
on Mr Ryans announcement announcementIf announcmcnt announcmcntI
If Mr Ryan Is II so anxious about transfei transfeibusiness tran8ferbU81nes trsneferbusiness
business bU81nes I to 1an his cross cr01 town lownlnel anxous line why vh doesnt doesnthe do8nt do8nthe t the
he try tr to make luke with 1ih us Uf an arrmniterpcnt nrntment foi foisuch for foruch foreuch
such uch transfers He has nov n ner cr r dlscussettransportation dlscusset dl8c8ed dl8c8edtrneportaUon aiscusedtransportatIon
transportation trlllfrl matters le with tiie e It wIll wil be txremembered berertmbred berenmienibered
remembered trneportaUon rertmbred that mattre th tht the Interboriugh Int broulh re Inhfritec Inhfriteca Inhtrttdd Inhtrttddatrnefer inherited inheriteda
a atrnefer transfer agreement lrrert between btwen the he Third Tnrcavenue Thlrnlenl8 Thirdavenue
avenue surface and the Manhattan n elevated elevntecsystems chltedIY8teml elevatedsystems
systems IY8teml nlenl8 surfnc The Interurban Mlnht potpie pOple InherIted Inherltetthe Inheried Inheriedtl InherItedthe
the other end of the iiKreferaeutwhoh ex explres expirPR oxpires
tl plres next xt April Apri The hfntturban Ilreeemolthloh Interurban people peoplinient peoplehave ople oplehlllde
hlllde have tisude no effort to rpuew thi this lare agree agreenient
nient lent or to tt extend alteld It pending tho comple compleion cmple cmpleton compleItoh
ton Itoh ion of the Ihl subway 8Iba which Is tour or five year yearIn yearsIn llr
In the t future futureIt f u uI
It would seem 8tem rational ralonallnvlewof Invlewof invlew of Mr than lljmnstatements 1yanl a astatements
statements IUlempnt I that thlt such Illh nn arrangement urrnltment o otransfers OIranlffrs ol oltrinsrers
transfers to crosstown crolslown lines as Is proppsec proppsecfor proposeqfor
Iranlffrs Inl RI 111
for the th purpose plrpoe of relieving ulcl1nl tho lotif lonFilamli lonFilamlion on liau liauon hal
on the surface Imfllco roads to make mlkerol maKe room for ror tinsliortrldlnK tin IheIhorlrldlnl tineshortriding
sliortrldlnK Ihorlrldlnl pussenirers If I edtantageous edtantageousnnil ednnwieoueAnl dynntegeoUaanti
anti Anl practical pus8enlr would result rf ult In an effort elortnow elortnowto now nowto nowto
to relieve that ronRestion by n transfer trlMrer ar arrnnKeinent 11 arringeimient
onlestoo 1
rnnKeinent rllleltnt on 01 the vrosstown lr loWn linen Illel with wil the thepresent thepre thepresent
present pre ent rapid rlpld transit trlllit system sllm If 1IUCI Itauch such un 11 ar arrnneeinpnt nrrnnlpllnt arrangemneint
rnneeinpnt rnnlpllnt Is II good oOI at no cost at at nilIt ni sill It cannot cannotbe cannotbe
be bad at a reduced rtlu cost CO t6t at present presentTO presentTO rlent rlentTO
TO SELL ALVOMA 410 RAILWAY RAILWAYReported R lU 1Lw4r 1Lw4rRfportl ILW4Y ILW4YReported
Rfportl Reported Plan of Speyrr SIfr tt I C6rEITort C Jtor EITort to tonrnrcanlze tontorsanlu toflcorganlze
nrnrcanlze ntorsanlu Noo 00 Company CompanyPrilLADEirniA Co CompanyPHflAnEiJJITA p
PrilLADEirniA PJLDEtPJA Dee De 18 18Itlsld 18ItIns It i said that thatfipeyer thatApeyer thatSpeyer
fipeyer A Co have ankedoll asked al all banks b hknd nkand and In Individuals Individuls Inilividanle ¬
dividuals dividuls having an aulnteret interest in the 5050000 50f0000loan 5050000loan
loan lon made to the ConsolidatedLake Conoltat Consolidated < Lke Lake Supe Superior flupenor ¬
rior ror nor Company to pledge ploge themselves thortelve to t pay paynn payAn payan
An additional additonal sum if I neceesary uP ptoAone ptoAonethlni to toone toonethIrd one onethird
third of the amount of neeerl the loan lon This Thl plan planwould planwould planwould
would provide llrvldo 116113 1083333 making mkllthe makingthoagre makingthoagregate the aggre aggregate a gr ¬
gate of t he loan 80733333 107331 107331Member O733533Members r rMembers
Members Member of the syndicate lyndl te have hVe received rewlvedcopies rcive receivedcopIes
copies copl of an al agreement aKrment which whlor they are areasked ar areasked
asked Aske by Speyer SpoYlr A Co C to sign IlgnThl This agree agreement agr agreemoot ¬
ment authorizes authorzt the bnnkera banke todspO to dispose of oftho ottho oftho
tho various arou JJroperl properties > of the Consolidated ConsolidatedlAke Conoldated Conoldatedlke ConsolidatedLake
lAke Superior Company as they theYle pee ntItis nt ft ftIts fitItis
Itis rumored rror that the bankers bankerontemplte bankerontempltethe bankerscontemplate bankerscontemplatethe contemplate contemplatethe
the sale Ile of certain of the thecm companys lY1 prop properties prp prprte propertles ¬
erties which need not necessarily nellrly belong belongto blon blonto
to rte the Consolidated Cn odatet nt I Lake ake Superior SUlror Com Company Cm Cmpny Cornparty ¬
party It I in reported rporte that the Algoma AlgomaCentral migoniaCentral IgomaCentral
Central pny Railway Riway which is I I nosy no a part prt of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Lake Lke Superior property proprty may y besold besoldto be sold soldto
to the Canadian Canaian Supror Pacific PBclfc Railway Raiway Company CompanyAccording Cmpy CmpyAcring CompanyAccording
According Acring to the plan submitted 8ubmlUet to the themembers tbemembr themembers
members membr of the syndicate eyndlcte by Hpeyer Spyer A ACo d tCo
Co tho latter latlr are ar to receiv reivi authority to toreorganize tororgallzI toreorganize
reorganize rorgallzI and liquidate lCldnte the company companyGE companyCLN py pyCfW
He le Urged trse Vermont Ytrlont to Raise Ral1 a Million MillionDollar JUllon JUllonDlar MillIonDollar
Dollar Dlar War arund arundBURLNGTON Fund FundBURUNOTOK FundBmmuNoToN
BURUNOTOK BURLNGTON Vt t Dec D 18 18Gim < 3eni Stephen StephenTliomas StephenTloma StephenThomas
Thomas Tloma died die this thil afternoon afteronat > at his hl Home 1ome in inMontpeller InMontpler inMontpelier
Montpelier Montpler from the result of injuries injuriescaused Injurie Injuriecus injuriescaused
caused cus by a fall fnl about three 1 tiyce e weeks wek8 a ao aoWhen ago agohen O OWhen
When hen tho Ihocvl t ho civil war broke out Qeu Gn Thomas Thomaswas Thomawas
was wa a member mcmbr of the Legislature Lglaature Legi8iat roOf of Vermont Vermontand Veront Verontand Vernontand
and wan Wa responsible for the appropriation appropriationby i iby
by the State of a million miion dollar dollrvr appprlton mr fund fundother fud fudother fundother
other legislators legisltors advocating adotl advocatlmi only half halfthat haUtlt Imatfthmmit
that sum SUI Ho was wal made Colonel Clonel of the theEighth theEighth theEighth
Eighth tlt Vermont Regiment and ad was wastr wastrwanl after afterward afterward ¬
ward commissioned lonod BrigadierGeneral BrigadierGenerl of ofVolunteers ofVolunter ofVolunteers
Volunter Volunteers comm He HewaIH HewasO4 was 94 years yeartold yeartoldObiuar yeareold yeareoldObItuary old oldObituary
Obituary Obiuar Note NoteWilliam NotNWllBm otcs otcsWIlliam
William WllBm T Black who dledyesterdayafUr dledyesterdayafUrnoon dlldytllerayaftr dlldytllerayaftrnoon
noon at the home of hid lml son 801 Frederick Freerick A ABlack AJlck AIflack
Black Jlck In Aleihony Allegheny Pa1 Pa was wasl an old New NewYorker ew ewYorker ewYorker
Yorker who wan wli closely coely identified Identled for many manyyears mnnyear manyyears
years ear with the growth of this city clt Mo 10 te was wasA wa waI
A I civil clUcnllncer engineer and for lwenty hventylght lght years yearshe jenn jennhe yearslie
he was wal surveyor to the Tax CommlMioner CommlMionerMr
Mr Black was of Quaker descent dl8cnt His Hi father fatherJob fatherJob
Job Llpplncott Black was a I friend of Henry HenryClay HenryClay enry enryClu
Clay Clu and an Mlcthe active Baek factor rlltrn In the political pltc life lifeof lfe lfeoC lifeor
of this city et sixty years YPlr8 art serving fr1nl for fo some someveard lome lomeeHrl someyears
years eHrl as 18 a Huiwrintendont al of Public Plblo Buildings BuildingsWilliam Bulfdlnl BuIldingsWilliam
William T Black ack wan waf born hor In what is now nowdowntown nol nowdowotowl
downtown downtoV llam New e York In II 1533 1113 After Artr flttlnc flttlnchimself Ittlnq Ittlnqhll fitttnehImself
himself hll el as a civil engineer enllllr lie was W appointed appointedtreasurer appinte appointedCIty
CIty It Ilrlpyor tftirveyor Mr lr lackued black lIved In Eat East Slxl SlxlIr SIxty SIxtyfirst
first t Ilrpet street and he wos OS for mlny many year years th tht the thetreasurer
treasurer Ir t of the Hepublcn Republican organization orlnl7ton In Inwhat Inwhat Inwhat
what rpaslrer was wa known t ha because > eraui UI < of Its il wealth weath as the theDiamond theDilmond theDIamond
Diamond Dilmond Back Twentyfirst district distric It was wasfrom wasfrol wasrout
from frol rout this district dltrl Twntflt t that ThiodbreRoosevelt ThiodbreRooseveltentered Tho Thodore re Rooselt Rooseltenlered Roosevelt Rooseveltentered
entered public plblc lll IO Ills > Mr 3r Black nnck was an inti intimate InUmlte IntIfltate ¬
mate mlte personal prMonl1 friend frleld and warm political plUcallup sup supporter supIrnrter ¬
porter of hester htMtpr A I Arthur Mr Black BlackKBVO Dack DackIR Blackgave
gave IR f up his hi professional profeAIDnRI work orklfteen fifteen years yearsHga Ytar YtarI yearsugo
Hga go II He I I Ixcamo 1al1 luterested IQterstP In the manu manufacture nianufaetiirm anu anuftelr ¬
I facture ftelr of typewriters typwrlEr and Ild he was the thf flnan flnanrial fnan financliii
rial 111 backer of the th Yost oompanjr 001pany He le was 01 a adirector aIlrpclor adIrector
director In several lwcrll corporations Mr Black Blackwas BlakWIM Blackwas
Ilrpclor was WIM one of the ti oldest ode orpratons t members nltbr of the New NewYork NewYork ew ewYork
York Historical 11torlli Kouiotr 101111 He 1 married lRrrlrd Jose Josephine JosPphiIP Josephine ¬
phine H Applebv of Now York In InI8 1817 7and and she sheAllecheny ehl shemitid
phiIP Ild mitid three I < chIldren luren Yredprlck Frederick A illsek lack of ofAlelhen ofAllegheny
Allegheny William T F Black Jr of New NewRochelle NewYork ew ework
Alelhen acki
York ork 11m md Mrs Wilam Ir Oporgo n Mellon alon or New XewRoclelp Newftocmelle
Rochelle Roclelp survive 51r11v him himMrs himIr hintMrs
Mrs Ir Iuclnda Valentine aleltne died in Mutamoras MutamorasPa
Pa lit 11 time ti home h01p of hi hr 1r > r niece Ipce Mrs Emma Ernmarine EmmaCrlnl Emmarifle
Crlnl rifle ypstcrdiiy IIIrdl of pneumonIa pnclmonla nt n the are naenf nlo nloof areor
nf ST ytars arl Mho was a real daughter of the theevolution thB1olulon theitetolution
evolution 1olulon 1 her fathi Cathfr fathrr > r JabeK Jaber Rockwell Rokwpl hal havlnt halInl hayIng
lnt Inl served HPr serve In 1 the Ih AmerIcium rprICl army llv 1f five rears rearsunder yearstinder earl
under Oen cn Washlnaton WAhlnltn She h he Insurvived 18lnrvled by bvmm byoe bynile
mm sister IIAter Mr Mrs IlupheOalnsford IIphpnllnRfordJI ihee 6alnsford 9 Its rears TfRrl old oldAnother oldnother oldAnother
Another nother sister Ilstpr Mrs lrs Catherine Catherlnp Bowr1 Bowr1in uowien Ilowden died dlpdIn diediii
in Matamoras lnlnmorll Jan n 1 inu1 1113 The three thIl sisters sistersin sltlrl
in II their old ac nI ace lived IVfd tonethnrand tOIItlnr and unti until untildeath untildeath
death dtllh entered pnlprld the family circle Ilrolo bore bre the dis distinction distncton dl dlunction ¬
unction tncton of being bllnr thoonlr the rRmll only three living 1lnl daugh daughters daulh daulhIpr daughters ¬
ters Ipr of the American lprlcan RevolutIon jwoluton having time thasame thBIlle
same Ille father The Tht surviving Rlrvlvln children chi dr1 of Mrs MrsValentine Mrstiilentimms frl
Valentine llpntle are lre Edward andGeorge ald amid OfOrlf George Valentino Valentinoof Valentno Valentnoof
of N New > e w York city clt nni nniMott and MnUle llhUe wap wife or E H HIol 13Mott
Mott Iol of New ew York city ciy i iwriter the well knolvl known dialect dloleotwrler dialectwriter
writer writerEdward wrler wrlerBdwArd writerEdward
Edward Everett Flrlt Underwood tmlprwoo who was 11 for formany forman formany
many man years employed Ilployf In the pumping pumplnl station stationof etaton etatonof
of th the Brooklyn Water Department Deparment died diedsuddenly dllt dlltluddlnlj diedsuddenl
suddenly luddlnlj In 11 his homo hor at 220 Westminster Westminsterrond Wetmlnster WetmlnsterrOld
road rOld FlHtbush Itbush on Tuesday 1UtI night Ho Hi was wasapparently W wastipparently 8 8njPlrpnty
apparently in time til best besthis of < b health fIUIhen when he left IpftI lefthis
njPlrpnty his I work at lt 1 oclock At to oclock ocack h hn was WHSfound wal wasfound
found dead deld in his hil chair Jlart H 4r disease dleale wan waneiwn wasgiven n n11n
given 11n as n the tlp cause CIIRI Me le bad been ble attached attachedto oUachl1
to the Water WiIer Onpnrtment since 1872 H Hwan I lIe lIewas
wan Wil 60 6 years years earl old and was Wil a I sergeantmajor ergNntmRor In Inn Inn ina
n New XEW York ork regiment rl lment during rurlng thecivil the civil war warJle warlIe Rr RrHe
lIe was nl a I member mprber of the Ihl Ancient AnclnOrder Ancisn thetchl Order of ofInlted ofPnlpd oftnlted
Inlted Workmen and other fraternal
Pnlpd otlrr fratlmal organ organizations organIntonf organIzatton ¬
izations Intonf tin 10 leaves Iplnl a widow vldo1 andone ton tonErnst sonErnst on onErnlt
Ernst Ernlt n 1 t Asmus smll a horticulturist died diN on onThursday onThurln onThursday
Thursday Thurln at til his homo on the Hudson Boule Boulevard Bouleyard Olle OlleMd ¬
yard Md West p e5t t Hoboken In his hil sixtieth 81 teth rear rearUn yearlie nr nrUA
Un made u 1 specialty pc I of nyse growing rowlnl l He Heexhibited Ie Iepxhlhlte lieexhiiitpcj
exhibited pxhlhlte many mnn specimens Ipelmpnl ofhybrid of bbrld roses rosesnt r0111 rosest
nt lt t the flower shows IhoW8 In Madison flquaro 8lU48 Oar Jar
den Mr Ir Asmuss Aamul handsome hand80le rteldence and anderounda andIrounds anderounds
erounda Irounds were points of Interest Inteftol on the t e Hudson HudsonBoulevard Huson Huson10ulevnrd HudsonBoulevard
Boulevard 10ulevnrd H I lie rolnt owned owne considerable ronsller ble real realestate rpalftnte realestate
estate ftnte In North Hudson and was WI reputed reputedto
to bo worth nearly narl a million milon He leaves lea v a awidow awidow awidowand
widow widowand and several fvernl children chidren Funeral FunerI8 le services serviceswill serviceswill r
will 1 bn held at Trinity rllly Episcopal Eplcopal Church ChurchSeventh ChurhRIvpnth ChurchSeventh
Seventh RIvpnth and Washington WlhlOllon streets Iret Hobolien Hobolientomorrow flobokentomorrow
obknn obknntomorrmlarernoon
tomorrow tomorrmlarernoon afternoon nt 2 oclock oclockCapt 0 oclockCapt clocl
Capt Nelson Ison Bronson U 8 Si Aretired A retired
died dlNlln In his home at 38 8 East Elt Fifth street Itrettark retred Vflrk Vflrkvilln ark arkyule
yule 111 on Tuesday Tueln last lalt JIe He was Illln In his hil seventy
third year ear He enlisted enlsl us Ii sergeant lereant of orCom orComIlnny Com Company Coinniany ¬
pany E r Connecticut Connctcut Volunteersfor YoluQteJlorthe the civil civilwar clviiwar
war For gallantry lalRntn In action naion he wan made madeFirst mRdl madeFirst chl
First Lieutenant 11tltenant In the Sixth U 8 8Jnfantn Infantry
Hn I participated partclpale In the battle of Jloihoke JloihokeIsland nOltokn nOltoknlllnd itoinokeIsland
Island lllnd Newberne ewbern Fort or Macon Hodth R thMoun thMountHin th Mount Mountain Mountlain ¬
tHin and Antlntam Intlam being belnf severely le1prely wounded woundedin wounde
in the last Ho wa was > burled blrle yesterday eICerIY after afternoon Rfternoon afternoon ¬
noon with military mliary honors a detachment detachmentof etchmnt etchmntof
of troops tropl from Fort Hamilton laml on and Governors GovernorsIsland JovernorsIsland oernorl
Island participating participatingFather plrtcPtlll plrtcPtlllJnthpr partlclpmmtinigFather
Father Jnthpr Aloysius Curiotho Clrlo7 Curio7 thl time oldest 01de8t Jesuit Jesuitpriest hlllt hllltpriest lesuitprIest
priest in America died yesterday tlt ldaya at Urand UrandCoteau Urand10tRU GrandCotesu
Coteau 10tRU La aged nlP 87 7 Hehad Jebmt b b bev n a priest priestof prlplt
for 68 years ARr and B rPlidelt residemt or Louisiana
for t 5 years Plrs le lie wlsulllor was superior or the CUIle CUIleof College Collegeof
of the th Immaculate Immlculate Conception AncAplon at New NI Or ¬
leans Ilanl In 1834 and ane reopened rpopnd tho Jesuit elult College Collegent CoUPIO CoUPIOnl
nt Grand Coteau CoteRI La LI He Je was WRlt at various rarlouatimes varioustimes arloul
times Imel president prplldpnt or professor profelor In Jesuit Jelllt col ¬
logos IpiN In Mobile Ioble Chicago Chlca o nnd nndother other pltlosy citlesjCaster Hllj HlljI I Iattrr
I Caster trr Plants ctniMnrd ctniMnrdA Cembnt
A mortgage morgage for M1200 121 covering cOVrng the theplants theplants theplants
plants of the Universal Unherl Caster Cattr and Foundry FoundryCompany Ju FoundryCompany dr drCompny
Company in favor of the Fidelity Ti Tuet TuetCompany ist istCompany
Compny 118 fldtlyTJt fldtlyTJtCom
Company Com pn of Newark was a filed flefn in that tht city cityyesterxlay el elYllerdar cityyesterday
yesterday Yllerdar This Thil indicates Indlcate the completion
of the consolidation conoldaton of Jqhn Toler Sons Rm RmCo A ACo kCo
Co with wih two other othlr Jq11 manufacturers manufactur of offurniture offurniture
furniture furnitur casters CMlr Copt ap1 apt John Toler of ofXewark ofewark
ewark was WI1 one of the earliest orltt manu manufacturers mnantmmnctiirers ¬
facturers fnclurl of eastern o tel in this thi country counlr when whennearly 1 whenIteary hEl hElIEarj
nearly all al such hardware harar won WII imported importedThe Imprt importedThe
The IEarj Toler Tolerahopln shops in Newark NIar ho ble lmivo ve been hl groat gnltr gnltrnltndll greatly greatlyexteiidtd ly lyextended
extended nltndll since IlnC the combination cmb1nnton linn IUH lieon lieonassured ixenassured
assured nA111 and the thf New IW York and fnd Brooklyn Brooklynconcerns Brooklynconcerims rokly
concerns cnCtr will Il remove rrof to Xpwark eWarklarl ewarkearly rarly next nextypnr nExt nextear
ypnr par The mortgage mortl41 covers CuVIN not only the theoperating theoperthll theoperating
operating operthll plant but a quantity quantt of real realcdtnte rl rlClzle realestate j
estate Clzle lu the lower part pr of Newark le ark
IMMEDIATE 1UIJDIT ACTION ACTIONrircominrndi AOTI AOTInreonunrnfl ACTIONflecomniendi
rircominrndi nreonunrnfl Gettlnc Getns a aooOOOOOO amOHt OOOOOO Callo CalloSupply elalon elalontlpply liahlonSuppi
Supply tlpply From Fom the Catskllls Catlkla at t a Cos Cosof COlt COltofHOO Coatof
of ofHOO rWOOOOooo for nrscrvolrs RflrrolnNeW RflrrolnNeWdnlnlstrtlon IrrrvoIriTets IrrrvoIriTets4ttnhlnlstrilon New NewAdministration
Administration dnlnlstrtlon to Deride Ilrlc This ThisTho ThisTim tl tlTho
Tho Commission Conunl810n on Additional rdlolal Water AVateiSupply WaterSuppl WaterSupply
Supply which has been hen at lit work for r r a year yeaifinding yearfntlng yearfinding
finding fntlng new sources IUrt1 of supply Rupplant and pro proparing pr prparng proparing
paring parng plans planl of the work hat to II necessary necessaryto necesar
to bring such supply to the city HUbinltted HUbinlttedits lublltle lublltleIte
its report rprt to the Bonn of Estimate Elmate yes yesterday yeaterday t ¬
terday terda As forecast forcl t in Tin TI Him SU a I month monthago monthag monthago
ago the commission cinrl Im recommends rcmmondl the thetapping Ihet8ppln thetapping
tapping ag first flt of tho watersheds w6 erhol of Flshkllland Flshklll FIshkl FishkIItand
and Wapplnger creek crekR and ald Jensen Kill Killand Eliland
and of the streams stnaml like lke the Esopun Eopua and andHondout andHondout andRondout
Hondout creeks crckl flowing fowing from frm tho Cntskllla CntsklllaFrom Cntskl CatskillsFronm
From Frm these sources SOlrl 300000000 00 gallons gallonsof galonl galonlof
of water a day can bo b obtained obtainedWhen oblalnt obtaInelWhen
When the needs ues of Jhe the h city cty require ruir It Ittho IItho itthe
tho Hudson RIver water wateiotiould watershould
commission crlllon says eY8 ludsnUer aEr aErlloui
should lloui be b taken by pumipng pulpng It out of of the theriver therver theriver
river rver near Hyde Park up to t suitable reser reservoirs rer rervoll reservolrs ¬
voirs voll on the high land east 8t of the river riverno riverM
no as a to t deliver delver It to the city at the required requiredelevation requiredeloratlon
elevation elevaion Tho commission cmml lon believes blOVC that thatfiltration thatfltrlan thatfiltration
filtration fltrlan of Hudson Judan water will 1 leave lelve it itentirely Itentrly itentirely
entirely entrly satisfactory ltstator for all Ai purposes purposesAn purss purssAn
An additional adllona supply of about abut 00000000 00000000gallons 00000000gallons
gallons galone daily daly from the Flshklll Flshkl water waterHhe watershed water watershed ¬
shed Hhe can cn be b secured lur within withn five fve yearn yearnThe yearsThe eal
The To cost ost of building buiding the necessary nor reseT reservoirs rer rerolr reseTvoire ¬
voirs olr aqueducts aqueuct and filter flter plants Is esti estimated etl etlmae estimated ¬
mated mae at 1300 30000000 To provide the 300000 30
000 0 gallon galon supply by procuring prcuring water wat r from fromthe frm frmthe fromthe
the Catskill Caski creeks crkl would require rui a further furtherexpenditure furher furherexpeniture furtherexpenditure
expenditure expeniture of about abut 121000000 12100 making makinga makig makiga
a total of about abut 100 00000000The 00000000 00000000The
The To reservoir rnolr construction ottrcton for both bth the theFishklll theJlhkl theFishkill
Fishklll Jlhkl and Catskill Calkl sources BUJI can be b com completed om omIJloe odinleted ¬
pleted IJloe leted within five fve years year but thocomims thocomimsslon thocmmls thocmmlsslon
slon explains that the 600000000 600 gallon gallondaily gaon gaondaly gallondaily
daily daly supply suppl made mae possible pllble br pumping pumpingwater puVIg puVIgwater pumpmgwater
water from frm the Hudson Hudsn River Rver would in increase incra Increase ¬
crease cra the thf total outlay outav to I9UOOOOOO 100 and andthai andtha andthat
thai tha the needed reservoirs rroir and dams das could couldnot culd couldnot I Inot
not be b completed cmplete nee before befor 1925 192SIn 1925In
In arecapitulation arapltulatlon of its report rprt the com commissioners cm cmml8loner cornmissioners ¬ I
missioners ml8loner say sayThe IY IYTe sayThe
The general sanitary condition cnditon of the thowater thf thewater
water ater Te at present presnt supplied 8uppled to t all al borough borou Ih is isfound II isfound
found to b be not entirely ftrely satisfactory Itl8CactrJ al ala aithouah although
though a the I b typhoid II death t rte rateof or New Vw Vrfr VrfrAmerican iork iorknnd torkand
and Brooklyn Ie lower thln than In most large largemerlenn largeAmerican
American cities The ho supply In general Is Isfound IIfound isfound
found to be clte carefully safeguarded IfeluardP from the thestandpoint theltndp timestandpoint
b larpulr
standpoint ltndp lnt of health although llt hough ooconlonally ooconlonallymended ooalonly ooalonlyturbid ooeamsionmdiyturbid
turbid and rare rarely lalodorous mitalodorous I It II Is recom recomIPldP recoinmended
mended that thlt works orl8 bo b Immediately begun begunfor bll begtmnfor
for IPldP the filtration of time t ht Croton Crotol supply mid midthat amidthat nd ndthat
that all Ilrtol tho now supplies 81pple8 be II filtered tltered It I is isCentral 1 istilso
1110 tilso ul reOlreldedthat recommended that tim Jervolrl reservoirs In InIentrnl Intentrimi
Central Park he h cleaned loned and Ind that Ihll th tl tlnv lw lwcovered h hcOIEred lacovered
covered cOIEred as al soon a a as the Croton roton supply IIPP Is Isfiltered II isfiltered
filtered filteredThe ttpred filteredThe
ttpredTe The Te commission camlSlo says s1s that the waste nBe of ofwater ofater ofwater
water ater has been b1n largely lrgely due to defective defectiveplumbing defectve defectveplumbing defectiveplumbing
plumbing and fixtures fnur The Te leakage IMkge from fromstreet fromstr fromstreet
street str mains mins is less 1E1 than supposed sup The Thowater To Towater Thewater
water waste wale problem in 11 extremely extrml difficult difficultand dlmclt dlmcltnnd difficultand
and it is recommended rommende that tha the investiga investigations l ivestigations v0tlga v0tlgatonR ¬
tions be continued and extended by ¬
b contlnuo exende per permanently permnenty permanentiy
manently tonR mnenty districting dl rclng the city cty cityand and ascertain ascertaining ascertaining raln ralnIng ¬
ing the inflow iowandoutfow Infiowand and outflow for each ech district districtThe ditrc districtThe
The Te commission cmmslon also al recommends rmmends that tlat the thehouse thehous timehouse
house hous to house hous inspection be b continued continuedand cntinue continuedanii
and extended and that more stringent stringentplumbing strngnt strngntplumbing stringentplumbing
plumbing pXlendeiand regulations be enforced enforcedAll
tone b enor
All boroughs rg are in need of an increased increasedsupply Incrs increasedsupply
Al broughs ar ne
Hlpply supply of water says ers the commission commissionto cmllion cmllionTe
Te The prent present IUPP Y I is aldy already drw drawn upn upnto upon uponto
to an extent exent that might rght lead led to a dangerous dangerousshortage dangroul dangerousshortage
shortage shorage in a year yer of drought droughtFor drught drughtor droughtFor
outside of Manhattan Manhattanthe
For or the boroughs brough8 Mnhatan MnhatanIhe
the commission cm lon recommends rmmends for Brook Brooklyn Brok Brokly Brooklyn ¬
lyn and Queens an immediate Imeite develop development development developmont ¬
ment ly of the Qens ground grund water sources 8Ur of Queens Queensand Qena Qenaand Queensand
and Nassau Nasu counties and that Ilat all a111ura surface surfacesupplies surfacesupplies
luppli supplies be b cunte filtered tler also al that tt ultimately ultimatelythese uhlmtely uhlmtelythe ulirnatelythese
these the Long Lng Island Islnd sources 8UI be b supplemented supplementedby Ipplmente
by a branch conduit cnduit from the proposed
600000000 600 brnc gallon glon aqueduct aqueuc from the prps north northof norb norbof northof
of Manhattan 1lntth For Fr Richmond the com commission cm cmmlon cornmission ¬
mission approves apprve a ten year yer contract ontrc with witha wth wtha
a mlon private company for the immediate Immeit Intro Introduction Intr introduction ¬
duction ducion prvt of ompy filtered fltr water watr from frm New Jersey JerseyAfter Jery JeryAtr JerseyAfter
After the report of the commission ction had hadbeen ha hadbeen
been bn Atr read the rpr Mayor Myor presented prnte a letter ltter in inwhich 1 inwhich
which r he advocated advote immediate Imite action aion to toprovide t toprovide
provide for now water wate supplies imppUaeincoming Ipplf suppliesI
I ventur venture to urge thi this mttr matter upn upon the theIncoming theincoming
incoming authorities authorte said sid the te ltter letter lettersecond a aa aasecond
second Rnd in importance Imprnc to nothing notb1g with which whichthey whlcbthlY whichthy
they will wi have to deal dealwith del dealThe
Te The Mayor delt dealt at length I in bi his letr letrwih letter letterwith
wih with providing prldlng the money lengh for the im immore 1 ireprovement
prvemnt provement Tle The prott profit on prnt present ern ernIngs earn earnlogs
logs from water revenUe revenues he sd said would wouldmor wouldmore
more mor than pay fpr the new enlargement enlargementup enlrgment enlrgmentup
up to the extent extet py of 320000000 gallons and andho andhe andho
3000 glon
ho believed blolr that the new water ar supply suply wi willpay will willpay
pay for itself Islf as easily esly as the present prnt water watersupply watorsupply watersupply
supply py does doesTlie dos dosTle doesTime
Time received without dis discussion dlscussion ¬
report was dil
Tle W8 rive
cussion cRlon rJr It I will wl be b left for the next nu ad administration a administrationto ¬
ministration mnlmton to deal del with withRAIDS withIAIDS withRAIDS
Dillon Dion Gets Grt Into a Poolroom After Af r Hiring HiringIlls mrln mrlnI HiringHis
Ills I Own O n Sleuth SleuthPolice HleuthPolee f4leuthPolice
Police Polee Captain Dillon Dion felt fel mighty well el satis satisfied al satlafled ¬
fled fe yesterday Yrterayateron afternoon when hen he and ad his hiadetectives hl hisdetectives
detectives detetves returned rtur to the East Eighty Eightyeighth Eghtr Eghtreighth Eightyeighth
eighth street trct station statol with three thn prisoners prisonersthe prnel
the result rlll of a raid with wih axes R on an alleged allegedpoolroom altge allegedpoolroom
poolroom plrm at 09 011 Park avenue avenlo Capt Dillon Dillonsays Dion DionMY Dillonsaysthat
says saysthat that the place plae had been bn too to much for forhim forhlmllncc forhim
him hlmllncc since last lat fall fal and hat I none of his men mencould menculd mencould
could culd get gtt any evidence fvldence against it I That Thatexasperated ThateXlqpemtr Thatexasperated
exasperated eXlqpemtr the captain capltln so 8 much that thatfinally thn thatfinally
finally fnaly ho I personally peJnlr hired hir and paid a private privatedetective pratt privatedetective
detective detttve to get glt evidence alder against the place placeThe plaeThl placeTIme
The Thl alleged allgtd poolroom poolrom was wa in what ap appeared appare appeared ¬
peared pare to be bf a private priate house houf liouseand and those thof who whoknew whokncw whoknew
knew moore morf about aholt it Raid Id that the Willis WillisAthletic WIII illls illlsAthletic
Athletic Ulleta Association ARllatol hung out oltthfrp onitthore there Copt CoptDillons Cpt CptDilonl CaptIillons
Dillons Dilonl detective August AuguRt Prince PrlnC of 402 402Kasl 402JRt 402Iast
Kasl JRt Seventyfourth SvEnlyfolrth street tret got a member memberto 114mlr
to vouch vOlch for him joined joine the Iht clubnnd he hesays haRaYI hosays
says RaYI made madl some Iomo bets hlls on th the < horses horl at New NewOrleans NewOrleans ew ewOrlrll
Orleans Orlrll Then ho went before Magistrate MagistrateZeller MaglstratAIn MagistrateZeller
Zeller in the Harlem police polce court and got gotwarrant gotwarranln gotwarrants
warrant warrantCapt warranlnapt warrantsCait
Capt apt Dillon Dion and an twelve oops Cpl in plain plainclothes plin plinclotht plainclothes
clothes clotht went WEntto to the basement hement door dor of the thehouse thehOle thehouse
house hOle yesterday Yelera afternoon aferon and naked ske to tobe tobe tobe
be admitted amitt They 1 were told tld that they theycouldnt theyculdnt theycouldnt
couldnt culdnt comoln Cmo come In no FO two axes axe were Wfre put putin putIn putin
in use Two Tvo other doors dooJ had ha to be b chopped choppeddown chopp choppeddown
down novn before the tie police plc reached rethe the back backparlor bk bkprlor backparlor
parlor prlor Then Ten they were confronted cnfrnt by bytwo bytwo bytWO
two bic hlF tIIJ folding foldln doors nor Thece Tfe were weresmashed WMe WMeImah weresnasimed
smashed Imah In tool too 00 and fifty tfl men were ere found foundPrince fOUid fOUidPrncl foundPrince
Prince Prncl identified Idtntll1 three men men as the th mana managers managpt mansgore ¬
gore gpt of the place plact and the thf rest r t were ere allowed alowe allowedto
to go goCapt goCapt
Capt Cpt IoCpt Io Dillon Dlol says eYF that tht an effort eron had been beenmade bn bnmade beenmade
made to burn several verl racing rcing cards and andthat andthat andthat
that they had been bon soaked foake in oil 01 cn and putIn put putfor putin
In the loe stove but they wer were I fished hed out b be before
for fore the fire tte got to tn tom tomAt them themAt m mAt
At the station sttlon the prisoners prlner said thy thywore thyWlr thywere
wore Wlr John McKeownan IlcKeownan insurance 1Iuanc man mn of oflOIS f
1625 Second Scnd avenue Frederick Frderck Hard Har also alsoIn alHoIn alsoin
In the Insurance Insurnc business bulne6 of 1711 1t First Firstivanuo Fllt FlltaVlnuo Firstavenue
avenue aVlnuo and George Gorge Allen Alen a builderof bUidr of 1499 1499Ixjxington 1 149 149Lexington
Lexington avenue They TfY were wer all al released releasedon rlead rleadon
on 510 1000 boil boilCopt bl blCt bailCapt
Copt Ct Dillon Dl0n hopes hOJI the city cty will wi pay back backIho backtho backthe
the money he paid pl to the detective deteive py for got getting gottn gottirig ¬
ting tn the evidence evidenceFOiD evidonc evidoncmJ evidencePOfNI
Six I of Them Restored nNtrl to the thl Actress Attrf by h a aTtieatrr a1tr aTheatre
Theatre 1tr taher taherMrs sherMrs ln lnlr
Mrs lr Fiske the tle actress ncr went to wee The TlieMarriage TheIarrlage TiieMarriage
Marriage of Kitty Klt II e t I Iht lii lie Hudson HucFo Theatre Theatrenn Teatr
nn Thursday nlra night At the thl conclusion cnclu lon of ofho oftho oftime
time ho performance prormalc she 11l > wont onl away from the theheatrp Ihethetrl thetheatre
theatre thetrl leaving lelnl on Uit 1 tim t t meat at 1 HOP Ihe she had hl occu occuied ocu ocupitl occuCII
pitl > ied un opera OIJr glass gi hag hg holding her purse pursemd purR purseand
md six Ilx diamond dimond rings rlngl She didnt di di3over dlccr dis discover
cover ccr her loss 10 until untlHhe she reached rhe home homeAn homeAn homeAn
An usher found fould time IhO bag Lit with vth its iA contents contentsntact ontentl contentsintact
intact Inlac before the theatre tleatrl was closed clos for tho thoilzht thonlthtlnd thenirht
ilzht nlthtlnd and ho turned turne his hi find fnd in at the box boxUlof box0111cm
010 0111cm Ulof Harrison Harin Orey Om Flake illkl the Ih husband husbandf hllbant
of > f the actress acrC called cle lt et t the It theatre Ihlstr yertw yertwiay yptrdo yestorday
day do morning 10mlni to sw If i his hil Iii wifes wife jewels JEwll hall halleen hai
ben 1000 een found When Wen he recovered rcverr them he heoworded hercwae herewarded
rewarded the usher
rcwae uae
Took Tok a Ixm 1mpT Long Tramp TrsmpTrid Tried to Sleep ep In i iDarn a aD aBarn
Darn D bat bt Were Frozen Fozn Out OutSouBimiAB OutSou I IBOM8fVL
SouBimiAB BOM8fVL Sou nvnaa N J p Io Iec c 18 18FQur Four little llttliboys tte ttebYR littleboys
boys bYR in knlckerjoookern knckerak 1 were werploke picked up 01 01the oi on onthe
the street strt here her today tay by County C unty Detective DetectiveTottent Detetve Detetveoten DetectiveTotten
Tottent Totten oten They ToYl1d said they were wtr tramps tramp front fronNew frm frmNew frontNow
New York They Tey were wor footsore fot8r and hungrjand hungry hungrand hungryanti
and suffering suerlng from frm tho cold cld When taken takenbdfore takfn takfnbor takeitbefore
before bor Justice u8lc Sutphen they said KI they wer werJohn er erJohn ere ereJohn <
John Hickey Thomas Toml Loree Lr John Lore Loreand Loreeand
and Daniel Loree L all al aged age about abut 12 years yearsThere year yearsThere
There Ther was wa a striking string similarity slmla1ty In the sIze slziand s7e s7eand sIzeand
and appearance appearanc of the Loree Lr Ldr o boys by When Wherquestioned Whenlestone Whenquestioned
questioned lestone on cm n the thesubJ subject t they said Id the thewpre they theywlr theywere
were triplets trple The Tf brothers lrther finally fnaly con confessed cn cnfel confeared ¬
feared wlr fel that they had bo run rn away from their thelihome theirhome theirhome
home 1171 U Second Snd avenue Qvonuel New York city
They Tey saffl sM sai they lived lve at a this tnll address adrS with wltltheir wih wihtheir withtheir
their father who was wa divorced dhore from frm thelimother their theirmother theirmother
mother Their Teir mother other had hamare married again agalrand againand againand
and lived lve at 19 East Et Lafayette Layetto street strt Tren Trenton Trn Trentoim <
ton 101 Her present prsnt name nlO is Mrs Mr Elsie M MLee l it itLee
Lee L Their TelrobJo Thoirobject object in Inrnnlnl running away was wa to topay toay toiay
pay iay ay her a avlt avltJohn visit visitJohn
John Hlckey Hckey who says 8S ha Is a cousin oulin It Itthe to tothe tothe
the Loree Lr brothers brther told toldJustce Justice Sutphen Sutphenwith Sutphenwith Sutphenwith
with much spirit eplrt that he was wa the manage manageof mann managerof er erof
of the tour and ad would see s the boys through throughAccording throughAclng throughAccording
According Aclng to Hickeys story stot the boys bpyileft oys oyslef boysleft
left lef home yesterday yestoray morning 10rlnl and ad tramped trampecall trml1 trml1al trampedall
all al day over the country cuntr ootmntr y roads ras Last night nighthey nightthey nightthey
they attempted atemple to t sleep slt in a barn ban but found foundit foundIt
it so 8 cold cld that they again started stre but and andwalked andwalke andwalked
walked walke most of the night When the thearrived they theyave theyarrived
arrived here tonight tnight they were wer almost amost ex exhausted exhauste exhausted ¬
hausted ave hauste They Tey were wer committed cmmitte by Justice JusticeSutphen Justce JustceSutphen JusticeSutphen
Sutphen to the county cunty jail Jal wher where the thewere they theywer theywere
were wer placed plae in Intno the womens ward war After Afteieating Afer Aferetig Aftereating
eating etig ravenously rvenousy of food fo placed plae before beforethem beforethem
them the theystretched theYltrtJe themselves the lvl before bfof the thefire thefr thefire
fire fr in the corridor crdor and were wer Boon Bn fast fat asleep asleepThey alop alopThey asleepThey
will be held until their
They wl b unti parents parnts are areheard nreheam areheard
heard from fromTO frm frmTO fromTO
Wife 1e and Daughter usbtu of thj Rich Teacher TeacherPlan Techfr TechfrPan TeacherPlan
Plan Pan a Contest ContestMrs CntNt CntNtMr ContestMrs
Mrs Mr Julia Jula Vail Val Du Bois Bl8 the widow of ofAlpheus ofAlpheus ofAlpheus
Alpheus D Du Bola Bol the aged age principal principalof princpal princpalof
Public School 3D whoso will disposing disposingof
of Pblo Schol 31 whol wi dlsPllng dlsPllngof
of a personal pernl estate estt of half haIfa a million milon with without wit without ¬
out mention menton of his hi wife wan 1 filed fle lost lt Tues Tuesday Tue Teesday ¬
day visited vlle the law offices oc of Mannlerre MannlerreA Mnlee MnleeM MannlerreMannierre
A Mannierre M nler at SI Nassau Nau street etret yesterday yesterdayIn yetrday yetrdayIn
In company with wit her daughter daught Mrs Ms Blanche BlancheDu
Du Bois McKee MoKeeMrs McKe McKeeMrs
Mrs 1 McKee cKe receives reive 1100 10000 by the to will willin wi willin
in which her father spoke spke of her aa a Mrs MrsMoKee Mr MrsMcKee
McKee McKe or McGee McOeeIt Mce r rI
It was 11 announced by the lawyers lwe after aftertheir attertholr aftertheir
I br
their call cUl annWc that tht the will wl is to t be b contested contestedbut cntet contestedbut
but thai theYl0lne declined declined to t say ey upon u n what grounds groundsNeither gune guneNalthO groundsNeither
Neither NalthO Mrs Du Bois Bl nor Mrs M McKee McKe would wouldtalk wouldtalk ould ouldtU
talk to reporters They are ae living lving with withMrs wih withMrs
tU t
Mrs 1 Du DI reprtes Boles sister IltMS Mrs Martin Matn Freligh FrelighMrs FeUgb Fr Ugh Ughat II
at the Orantley 557 7 et est 12tb 124th stot street streetMrs
Mrs MoKee McKe baa h two grown children childrenElsa chidren chidrenEl childrenEisa
Elsa El 1 and Paul of whos whose gwn existence existenc their theirgrandfather theirgrandfather I Igratather
grandfather gratather was wa apparently Ignorant IgnorantThey ignorantThey
They do not benefit bne1t1 apparentrlgnorant apparentrlgnorantThey in his hl will willRACIXG wil wilIlCING willRACING
Stewards Lift Suspensions Imposed on onThursday eD1urD enThursdaDr
Htnl Lf 8apltonl Impe
Thursday 1urD ThursdaDr Dr Stephens 8tpe Wins ln Handicap HandicapNEW Jdep HandicapSaw I ISEW
NEW ORIKANB OILtl Dec Do 18 ISTe 18The The stewards stewardsof Btwars Btwarsof
of the Crescent Csnt City ClyJockey Jockey Club this th8 after afternoon afternon afternoon ¬
noon non lifted It the suspension 8u8pn810n ordered order yesterday yesterdayagainst yesterdaynganst eteray eterayagn8t
against agn8t the stable stble of ofe C E Durnett DU ett Co Coand Coand CoandJockeyUviiieston
and andJockeyUviiieston Jockey JockyLh1nnlon Uringston but ruled rle that Living Livingston Lhia Lhiaston Livingston ¬
ston will wmnot not note be permitted prmite to ride rde Bengal In Infuture Infutur infuture
future futureLivingston futureLivingston
futurLvnlton Livingston Lvnlton openly opnly admitted admlttd when called calledbefore cae eaRedbefore
before brore the stewards stwards after afe the race rac that tbathe tbatheInd he hehad head
had Ind ad been ben instructed Inatmcte to take a strong stron hold of ofBengals orHonpl ofBengals
Bengals head Today the stewards Itewars had hadLivingston hadLITlnltn hadLiingston
Livingston LITlnltn and C K Burnett before bfore them themBurnett themBurnett
Burnett Burnet who trained traine Bengal nenlalolere offered to pro produce produc produce ¬
duce duc witnesses wltnlesthat that the son of Ben Strome Btromewas Stromewa Stromewas
was wa a heavybended heayheade horse hor and bad to be beridden beridden beridden
ridden according acorin to t the thelnltructon Instruction that he hegave hep hegave
said that he had never neverridden neverridden
gave p Livingston Lvnptol Ild tbt ba Deer Deerridden
ridden Bengal BelPI when he bewon won and that he never neverwanted Deverante neverwanted
wanted ante to ride rie the theeldID celdlng a but bt was al forced lor to toas toas
as 1 he was wa under u r contract CDtrc tc to C E Burnett BurnettA Burnet
A Co CoTwo CoTwo
Two Cowo wo favorIte won WOI today tay and the book bookmakers bok bokmker bookmakers ¬
makers mker reaped a harvest hanes The Th six s furlong furlonghandicap fulonl furlonghandicap
handicap bandlcp rap the feature letu of Cf tlie Lb eaerO afternoon re resultvd r raulto reulted
sultvd aulto In an a upset Dr Stephens 8tepbeJ one of the theoutsiders theoutalQr theoutSiderS
outsiders ID up the betting was u returned the thawinner thewlnnr thewinner
outalQr i th bttnI rlUe
winner The public publo could ould see le nothing nothillQ nothingin In the therace tbersc therace
race but Ascension Ascnln and ad backed bcke the tb Eastern Easternmare Eetr Easterntears
rsc mare from even money to odds on Only Oly at atthe atth48tlt atthe I
the th48tlt lare start was the favorite raTorts oc prominent She Shegot Sh Shegot
got off in front frolt but but after atr that tlt cut lt no nofl figure figureand gure gureand
and finished a poor fourth rouh Sharp Shap Bird Bir was wasthe WI wasthe I
the pacemaker InlhP to pr the head of the stretch stntch when whenhe whln whlnhe whenhe
pcmker t and lead to toTravers toTavr toTravera
he backed up turned the lea over
Travers backP from frm lP the Ooldblatt Goldblatt tlmP stable ltble Coming Comingdown Comnl Comm Commdown
down Tavr the theltr8toh stretch th It looked loke as I if I Travers Taen would wouldwin wouldwl woul woulwin
win but at the seventyyard pole ple Dr Stephens Stephensand Stpbens Stpbensand Stephensand
and wl Van mmii Ness Se caught him blmthe the trio tio fighting fghtll It Itto Itto itto
to the finish It I cauat was wal such a tight tght fit lt that tUt only onlythe onlythe onlythe
the judges judle tnlh could culd tell I who was wa the thl winner winnerFirst wnner winnerFirst I
First B RaceSeven e 8 v n furtonrsUountebnk IIS IISW us1W
ll lll
r lo
1 1W W r Fisher 1 to 4 won Tslhaaet ito iNibisek Nlblaek la lall
1 12 to t second Jim m Lenin II ItS Landry 35 1 to I Ithird Ithird
tIU tIURye
third l I l Time di 138 12 18 1r Csybon EstablUh i Bill BillHyo BILl BILlRye
Rye anti nd Tmmtrti ilw ranfiecond ran ranSecond r
Second ad Tmlra Bace RaceFive Five and rn rnd onehalf funonr fur1onsSad fur1onsSadducec Sad Sadducee
ducee d 114 Ooehno4 Cochran h 4 fdt to 1 won t Palmist f 107 t Rob Kobblnj rg rgbln Robbins
bins bln > to oZ 2 second ald Tommy Tmmy Foster Fater HE 1 H Ihll IhllUpstTtol Jbl Ibiiilpa
UpstTtol Ups7 ilpa I t to J third bir Time TmeI 1 O 71i Ir 1S Sid Sd Silver SIer Delia BellaMahone DeliaNahone le leabone
Mahone abone Sly Boots Bt Qu Gus Lanka Lka Camber Carber Helrw HelrwLvable Real Hen aw awLovable w wTnlrd
Lovable T51I 81 H and Khaki siso ran ranTlrd ranThIrd
Lvable ThIrd Race Hacne RaceOils Taly One mile mie Khki and ad as oneelfhtn onelrhtbSr onelrhtbSre oneetchtbSarah oneetchtbSarahllaiIm Sarah SarahUaxlm
Uaxlm Tlrd 104 H Phillips Mo 6 won Beione B9 B9tW 99W
tW W HenoesAV O8 40 to 1 second t o ISi Sidney Sabatb I 107 107Pollakl I II 107Pollak
Pollakl e It to O I third r Time Ids Ji 26 2 5 htC Calcutta CalcuttaKxapo CaicuttaRoyal I IEup
Royal I pirate t OB B Stoimewafl n Medal J l Airlight Treacy TreacyEsapo
Kxapo SbOfrun and ad Bodul Rdul also ran ranFourth ranro ranFourth
Eup Fourth Sborul Bare Raceitti ti furlongs a handicap handicapDr D S Dr Steph Stephens Stepliens ¬
er erFlaber
ens 107 C liven JS to 1 won o Van New 103 I w wFltner WTmaber
Fltner ro 4 to 1 second Travers Tnver 100 tO Crawford
30 a to 1 thirds tblr Time Tme 114 11 Ascension n Stand Pat PatDemurrer PatDemurrer PatDemurrer
Demurrer t Sharp Bird and Stah also ran ranFinn ranYlnb ranFlab
Finn Bace RaceOne One ne mile and one on quarter aching aeltlheThe s1I1neThe achingThe
The Bobby IIobb 110 Minder 4 to I won Man Moore
102 Auhuchen 100 to I second Hayward Hunter
102 R R Johnson 11 to 0 5 third Time 210 Jack JackDoyle Jacktloyle Jack1oylc
Doyle Charles D Slddonj Havlno Ida Itinunce ItinunceWater IcnunceWaler iCnranceWater
Water Tower and nd The Wizard also ran ranSixth ranSixth
Sixth Bace RaceSIX Six furtonrs furiongsootlirhts KootllrhU II W Favorite Favoritemom
10 mom HIggins rrll i a to I won u Mordeila d too 07 Fleheri
7 to 2 second Overhand 100 Bobbins 25 to I 1third IthIrd ithtrd
third Time lU MisanthrOpe Ethel Serous SerousKllvermeade ScrurIfSr Seraggaiivcrmeade
Kllvermeade Rachel b Ward a Step s tr Aside Algonquin AtionqulnEchtnste AlgonquinEchtnate l n n nAt
Echtnste r Pilgrim itr itrb Girt I and 1 Bondmaid I also ran ranAt ranAt
At San Francisco FranciscoSix
Six FnAKCisco 1IIlClaco Dec 18 l 18The The feature event 81e at atIbe atIbe atthe
Ibe Inglesldc track thin afternoon was the handicap handicapover
over the Fulurtly course Shot Gun the h favorite favoritestart favoritewith e eMan
with f W ii9 pounds J ii In the saddle dc took b be load at the theStart
start and von eally eaII from Kenllworth with San SanNicholas Sanilchola SanNichoia
Nicholas > third The steeplechase was a very BUS BUSplclous su suplclous sunpielous
plclous sITalr sITalrFirst aITalrrlr afTairrlrat
First rlr l Bace Itacefiz SU furlon furlonesSourrt s Soufrtere re 10 102 An Anderson Anel Andersont
derson IS to I won Young Pepper 04 Kline KuntK
affeto to
K el to 1 second e l1t3 ha Harbor ihmrbor 87 70 Travera i affe 1 to I third thirdTime thirdTime r rr
r Hoeso Time I Doria lils FtTmMcnce The e1is HawaIian rian Wlatarta roltec I t Se SearDhd Seima Hofarth HofarthSecond HogarthHoeso arDhd arDhdColsIJ and andCotatl
ColsIJ aiM ran ranecond ranfecoOd
Second Bare Rareone One Mile1 O U lOfl Larsen LarjenS
S to 2 won Mountebank 10 tOl Hlldebrandl s to I Iiccond IeoDd Iaccond
iccond Merwan W J Booker 12 to I third thirdTime thirdho thirdTime
Time 144 I 44 Past Master Billy Moore Bvander BvanderDoutonnlere Evandorfloutoiinlere or orThird
ho Doutonnlere f n i Theodora r I a and Constable ctti also aJ ran ranThird ranThird
Third Bace llaeeStecpldlue Steeple base hon course DunePoor DunePoorl coursePoorlands Poor Poorlands
lands Its McMsDon a S to 2 won Phil Archibald ArchibaldTullvl
r rw alh alhmll
r1 l
l 130 df Archibald I iS nl to I second c Indlin 11 HA HAFully
Fully R to 6 third lr Time Th e ejump 339h4 Loyal S and sndThe andThe
mll mllo The Scot o turned un off ir the course at a the second secondlump secondump
lump lumpFourth ump
Fourth nace naceFuturttr Futurity course ClIuueShot Shot Gun tit titJ tI tIJ 119J
J Martin 9 to 20 won Kenllworth US See SeeKvea Seeis
18 10 6 second Ban Nicholas Ill C I mtrfly fhrl a to I IIhlrd IthIrd
thIrd TIme ltI 11114 Abumada Joe Lesser ana anaEna and andEves
Eves G also ran ranFifth ranFlflh ranFIfth
Fifth Bace RaceSeven Seven furtonis furlollraAread Arcade 103 J Jartln JMartin 7 7Martin
Martin artln 10 to I won Jockey rocll Club tie iW W Waldo Waldoto WaldolIS
IS to t second Halnsnlt Halna111I06 10S Hlldebrandl1 Hlldebrandt 4 to I Shlrd Irner1 Ithird
third Time 12S Mlmo Bill Maaale Louis LouisVainer LouisWavier
m WJd ro rolenc
Vainer rner1 sterilnc Sterling la Towers w The Tlie Stewsrdeaa and d Inso Insoence I nao naoience
lenc ence also ran ranSixth ran111h ranSlatS
Sixth Bare fon On e mile and M ysrds yardsForest rcllForest Foreat King KInrlljirifn Kingim
100 UllidebrandU I I a I won The FreIJer 115 115taraDI io4lArsen
lArsen S 10 I second Achilles Mblll US J Lewis LewisIrllai LewlslIS Lewisis
IS 10 II third TIme I 154j OUllar 51111cbo 51111cboHella EtlhtchoNellie
Nellie Illowaho and The Way Wa also ran ranNew ranNew ranNew
New Orleans Entries En 1e1 for Today TodayFirst Toada ToadaFir TodayFirst
First Fir Race naceIII 3U furlongs furlonriiverAtaln furlongsOverAtatfl110
Over OverAtatfl110 iverAtaln Araln 110 Mayor MayorJohnson Johnmn 107 107cket 107Locket 107Locket110
Locket Locket110 cket 110 Hands IIsDdsAcross Across Across107 Across107Major 107 107alor 107Malor
Major alor Mannlr 107 JoeGoas Joe Go 107 107scenslon ln7Ascension
Ascension 107 Neither NellherOn One 107 107rank t07Frank 107Frank
Frank rank Bell 107 Van Ness 107 107Second
Second Baco RaceSevell Seven furlongs furlongsoreslrht turlonrAFoslllht furlongsForesight
oreslrht lit Shortcake Shortcake100 Shortcake100Montebnk110 ion ionomebank tooMonlebank
omebank Montebnk110 110 Ore McKlnney McKlnneyioo McKlnneyiooileitetta100 loo looIsUil 100Platol
Platol IsUil 104 Sextette ileitetta100 ileitetta100Clystlt 100 100y 100fllJI
Clystlt y tle K Kady 104 Always FaithfultOO FaithfultOOladyWalter t
19 V I IElrl
ladyWalter ady Walter jji r 1041 Bye vai 100 100xrlamatlon
Elrl Exclamation103 xrlamatlon mallon lOSIOverHand t03 over OverHand Hand 100 100Third tOOJo 100Tided
Third Bace RaceFive Five nirlonia nirloniaoaette hiriongaJosetle
n f iwt
Jo Josetle oaette Ill Hban 107 107lisa 107loll
loll Miss lisa Gould 117 Irene Mao 107 107Soody t07GoodrTwoSboea
GoodrTwoSboea GoodyTwoSbOSu107 Soody Two Shoes 107 llary liaryAtinette107 liaryAtinette107Georgia Annette 107 107iconic J07Georrle
iconic West 107 Hymettus 107 107Style tn7Slrlr 107511e
Style 107 Latukee 107 107Hanr 107APpir
APpir Hanr Bloom 107 Sweet Nell 107 107Fourth 107Fonrth
Fourth nace 8crNCent > Crescent City Handicap one mile milend miles maltaand
and nd a quarter quarterfines quarterTrilies e
Trilies fines s wm Hill IMIBondaie IMIBondaieItlle lIal ondare t07 t07tllllrSout 101LittieScout
tllllrSout Itlle Scout 1151 III1IAI6ddln IltlAladdtfl101 IltlAladdtfl101LtttleEiktn102 Aladdin AladdinVltful 104 104I11uI
Vltful IHIUUli IHIUUliilhlcs LtttleEiktn102 LtttleEiktn102FIhicn Elkin t02 t02j
ilhlcs 114 1I411lIlIe Capt CatArfloid Arnold Arnoldnthecn 95 95Potheen
J Petir t
nthecn j > n lOSISsfety Light LightIlfth tT 90 90Virii
Ilfth Race J1acrHandlrap Handicap one mile milequallzu mllpl mIleVquahzu
quallzu l IMlClsss IMlClsssluti M MlIuII noiluzza
lIuII luti lutilicazkr IMIOurNueect IMIOurNueectc 1 03 03III 037W
III c Flutlir licazkrevliorsey IttlManscr IttlManscrluti 110 110I ieiev
I iev evliorsey evliorseySlith irey iOlh iOlhSiatim
Slith fr Hace IlseeOne e One r ml mlfrocudero mid mile and IJd an eighth elrhlhrlOClldern eighthrrocmderoIflioriawaha
frocudero rrocmderoIflioriawaha rrocmderoIflioriawahaMeisteraiacr frocuderoileliierMazcr inmrlawana inmrlawana1O7Pait IOfI IOfIMelslerl
Melslerl ileliierMazcr ileliierMazcrIn cr 1O7Pait 1O7PaitIMKuirrnlr PI PIlOIn inninsprai
lOIn ninsprai In Spray IMKuirrnlr 104 Youcnle n nFtll en enFeil
Ftll < IU hurl IUr1loe lOt I I Antl nll1rul nil Tru lrumat t tlOIIThe 111 111Jne 97Joe
Joe DouclitV 1 0ullIl lOIIThe 101 ITh Wizard 111 111Dadeer 97Badger
Badger IOIjLee lqijLeeKliig Klue
HEX 111 22 TO TIJO TIJOFlstM 0 0i 0KlslH 0Flats
Flats Hy Il and Some of 0 Them Lnd IAlleIUnll IAlleIUnllPlaer IAiHltlli Om OmPlayrr u uPlayer
Player Plaer Hrtlren Irtlr With a Drokrn ThmnlKnlckcrlioekrr Thumb ThumblinllkcrbotJrrFttld rhumintiinlckerboeker
Knlckcrlioekrr linllkcrbotJrrFttld Field Cluti l Udeata UdeataI > rfrat rfratKt <
I Kt t Ieirr letfrIIJeff1I Blrvru by bya Score ti re of 23 t O OTWO 0Rood Olwo
TWO good football BUIIIC were playcct playcctin I1la1J1In
in Madison Square Harden last lUaht 1 lIht TinoiKTllntf Tin IheolltlIlnll limeopening
opening game was l11 between the Knicker Knickerbocker InllJklJrboeker lCnlckerbocker ¬
bocker Field Club Iub mid tho tim Ht Peters o oBrooklyn of ofI ofi
i Brooklyn to decide Urn th ownership of utslcoud utslcoudprize secoui secouiprize secoud secoudI
I I prize In the series for the th local championship championshipOn
On the I he first kickoff the Knickerbockers Knickerbockersrushed Kllickerbocklfiruehed Kiliekerbocker4rushed
rushed the bull straight down till field for foia forn
a touchdown Home taking the ball over ant antLeahoy mind lndJelltiO mindLeuthi
Leahoy JelltiO kicking tho goal Not long after afterwnrd afl attetward r rwnid
ward 3 J J J Campbell mad mudla a run of thirty thirtyyards thlrt thlrtards timtrtyyards
yards ards jumping clear clPllrover over Hagims U rIlIlshIRd rIlIlshIRdon head headon beadoil
on the 5yard line and making another touch touchdown tallchdOII touchtOWim
down from wliluh no lOll goal oal I was wii kicked kickedliilioy kickedldlW kIcked1eutime
liilioy mado the third tourhdown and also alsckicked nlsokicked alsokicked
kicked tho goal after Hoven mlnuUs of play playIn plu pluIn playiii
In the th second half He scored again In Inside InIde inside ¬
side Ide pf Qfne live minutes and also goalcd loaledthe loaledtheHlOre the thescore thescore
score being 23 to 0 the final sccorn sccornKnickerbocker 8ecorrrltr sceornvs
vs Peters PollIon Knickerbocker KnickerbockerDalley IncttrboctrMrCarlh lnlckerbockrMcCarthyLeft
MrCarlh McCarthyLeft LptL end Perez PerelIalle Perezguard
Dalley lIalle Left tackle CalM katnsllradlcy CalMIIradler
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Murphy Centre entre J C CampbelKrthW Campbell CampbellYrlhln CarnpbeiiErihin
KrthW Yrlhln niehtirunrd Right Wrlihl WrlihlWalters WfirMWallers
Walters aiters Right tackle Stelnert StelnertHrnrKlutz SclnertHenriquez
HrnrKlutz HenriquraRight Itlrht end J J Camiibel CamiibelHuron CampllelllI CamibtiiHelenQuarter
Huron lI HelenQuarter lfan Quarter back Fordor FordorCorfey ordoncortey
Corfey Lnfl half back Corbcli CorbcliDavis CorbcnRriJ
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SroreVKnlckerbocker S3 23SI St Peters PetersO 0 Touch TouchdownaKalne TouchdownsKaine Touchdowns3aimmc
downaKalne J J Campbell l lcahe ahey a 2 loam Cloalf CloalsfronloucbdownsLeahe loamfrom
f fronloucbdownsLeahe from roni touchdowns Leshey II 3 Heferee lIerereeLllloker lIerereeLlllokeralu ltefereeL L HlnUey HlnUeyYalu IlinkeyYale
Yale alu > Umpire UmplreIlalbburn Ilsthbura Colgate TIme of halve balesO
30 o minutes nilnuteaBefore mlollle8fore minutesBefore
Before fore the game ame between the Orange A 1 C Cand Cand Cand
and OreoB A 0 teams rind been under way waythroeinlnutmJImmv wn wnhroo waythree
throeinlnutmJImmv three IIIlnUIR iiminutesjiimmmuy 4IIIIII1Ifughcstheold < Hughestheold hughes the old wrestler wrestlerwho wrIIIItrwho wrestlerwho
who wan piny pllllnll In Inbad rlllht tacKle for Orange Oranebnd Orangehad
bad his left tmim tmimtook Ihumb broken and retired Orange OrAnlletook Orangetook
took the bnll on the kick off and worked I Ibuck It Itbal itback
buck bal gradually until Jerolhura was pushed pueheiover pushtdofr pushedover
over for a touchdown Truax missed th thfifteen the Ihegoal thegoal
goal ulllhles penalties wrangles and 1 1lOnlltllnt aconstant
constant shifting oC the bah took up the liszt nadnrtten lisztfifteen
fifteen minutes Finally Orange punted puntedand puntedand puntedand
and one of the Oreos ranoutof ran outoC bounds There Therewan TheroWRII Iherowas
wan a long kick over the play the officials officialsfinally ollcllllnnllll ofticialsfInally
finally nnllll ordering orderln the play to be made over overLeggctt overLeglltt overLeggtt
Leggctt punted back and Trunx was thrown thrownon
on the IIIyard line There was a hot scrap scrapOil
011 the next play pIli fists sts flying through the aIr ailand aIrand airamid
and some of them Undine lndln lndlnOrnnlfell
Oranges attack In the second half was waswas wasIrredl waslrresistlbiem
Irredl lrresistlbiem tlblej and In eight minutes a touchdown touchdowna
was a scored by Prltchard I > rltchllrdhthe the goal being bt lng kicked kickedby kickedby kickedby
by Truax which made the t e score U to o Sev Several SIIVeral 8everal ¬
eral of tho Oreos team were so completely completelyused completeIlIIed completelytimed
used up after this that they had to toII1e give wr wrto way WIrto wayto <
to substitutes 0ran Orange so was again unstoppable unstoppableand
and Schaefer made another anoth r touchdown Truax Truaxbut Truas1I0allnll fruaxgosling
gosling neatly This made the score 17 il to too tooOn 0 0On
On time kIckoff the ball was fumbled > but butLeggett blltlJlltltelt btmtLeggett
Leggett fell f 1I on it A few short gains were weromade weremade ero eromade
made by the Asbury Park team who also alsoreceived al80rpelved alsoreceived
received a twentyyard penalty but the ball ballwas bal1woe
was lost on downs Then It was the same old oldstory oldslorr oldstory
story Orange tearing things thin ITS up for another anothertouchdown anothertoucbdown anothertouchdown
touchdown made by Jerolhum JerolhumOrange JerolbumOange JerolburnOrange
Orange A C CShrtlbrr PoiMora PoiMoraLeft Ores 4 C C7J CShrelhrrLeft
Shrtlbrr ShrtlbrrIrttchard ShrelhrrLeft Left end endLeft
Irttchard IrttchardDaly PritchardLeft 7J Left J tackle tackleLeft l tackleBUderoc tackleBUderocWstt ei BUdcrock BUdcrockMayo I 1 1Dah
Daly DalyWatts Left ruard ruardCentre Mayo MayoRoiten MaroRi
Watts WattsMiller Centre Centrenitht CentreRogers CentreRogersguard Roiten RoitenCoble
Miller MillerHut Ri nitht guard guardRlcht id Cook CobleTen CookHUghr r rIf
Hut HUghr hw hwClark Right tackle tackleIMfht tiokleTen I ITrua Ten Brock BrockBennett lirockend
Clark ClarkTruax IMfht If t ttg tg end rndTruax Bennett BennettJones BennettIniaxQuarter t
Truax IniaxQuarter Quarter back backSohwenn Jones JonesNewman JoneSohenD
Sohwenn SchwennLeft Left halfback halfbackllambachrr half back backewnuan backewnuanllaxnbacher Newman NewmanHaljht XewmanlIambacher
llambachrr Rleht half back Haljht HaljhtJerolhum lIalrbtJerolbum IlaightJerolbumFuU
Jerolhum JerolbumFuU Full back Leffett LeffettScore LereeUSooreoranre LeggeutBoorsOrange
Score Sooreoranre Orance A C 22 Oreos A C 0 Touch Toucadowns TouchdownaJerolhuln TouchdownaJemlhumn
downs downaJerolhuln Jerolhunv 2 2 Prttchard PrI bard Schaefer Goals Ooalafrom Goalsfrom Goalsfrom
from touchdowns tourlc1oWIUITrua Truax 21 2 Hefere IefeL L Htnkey HtnkeyYale Hlnke HlnkeYale HiakeyYale
Yale Umpire UmplreRIIlbburnColrate RathburaCollate Time Tlme20mtn Tlme20mtnUle 20mln 20mlnut min minute
ut ute < halve halveThis halveThis halvesThis
This afternoon there will be two games am In Inthe InIhe Inthe
the Garden the first between tn thti TrInity TrlnltrSchool TrInitySchool TrinItySchool
School team and 8ndaplcked a picked eleven pI ven of Brook Brooklyn Brooklyn Brooklyit ¬
lyn school boys After that the Regular Regulararmy RejrUlararmy Regulararmy
army teams from Forts Totten and Hamilton Hamiltonwho Hamiltonwho Hamiltonwho
who played a 0 to 0 game on Wednesday Wednesdaynight Wednt8dAYnlaht Wednesdaynight
night will lock horns again a ln Three games gamesMohawks gameswill ames ameswill
will bEl plaed tonight KnIckerbockers va vaII10hRwkll vsMohawks
Mohawks watertown vs Orange A AC ACandtbe C Cand Cand
and andtbe the OConnells vs v8YoUng Young Ireland Gaelic Gaelicrules Gaellorulee Gaelicrules
i Hobart Football Captain CaptainGESKVA CaptainGE iptathGEEVA
GESKVA GE EVA N Y Deo it 11 lThe The election for fornext fornplt fornext
next years Tear8 ars captain of the Hobart College Collegefootball Coll CollegefootbaU JJe JJefoot
football foot aU team held today resulted In the thechoice thechoIce thechoice
choice of George or 8 Gutchfs a sophomore lopbomoreHe ophomoreHe
He plays tackle tsckleandhi and ht bIB home lain in Crqton CrqtonAVTO CrqtcnAUTO
VIOBtctUn U Chaileactd CbaUMPd Chalthi S d and the dial diallenier 0laIImser thaIkaiger
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The first match for a race between auto automobile alltomobile suitemacbile ¬
mobile boats was arranged yesterday when whenA
A D Proct Procter r Smith accepted the challenge challengemade challengemade
made by 0 H Tangemui for a race Mr MrBmlth 1IrSmith MrSmith
Smith U the owner olVllerof of the VIn VlngtetUn tetUn which whichmade whlobmade whichmade
made a mUe In 2 minutes I 26 seconds in a trial trialon trialon trialon
on the Hudson recently Mr Tangeman is ishaving Ishavlnll ishaving
having a 35 3 foot boat built at Bayonneby the theElectric theElectrlo theElectric
Electric Launch Company with Ith a 24 i horse horsepower horsepower ¬
power Italian engine and made his blschallene blschallenefor challenge challengefor
for this boat on Thursday by posting a forfeit forfeitof
of ISM roo with Hecretarr 8 J Butler of the theAutomobile tbeAutomobilfl theAutomobile
Automobile Club of America The chal challenged challenlled challenged ¬
lenged boat Is of 21 hor horsepower horspowArllr power powerSir
Sir Smith said yesterday YllSl rdo that he was waswilling wasiIIln waswilting
willing iIIln to race and would accept the challenge ohuilengefor
for any distance from twenty to fifty flft miles mileson
on the Hudson or the Sound He said hn hnwould bewould hewould
would want the race to be under the rules rulesof rule8ot rulesof
of the American Power Boat Association and andwould andWollid andwould
would prefer that each contestant contribute contributefSOO contrihuteIOQ
fSOO IOQ or SI000 toward the thllpllrohalle purchase of a trophy trophyrather trophyrather trophyrattler
rather than race for money Mr Tangeman Tangemannamed TRnlemnnnamed Tangemnannamed
named the th time for the race as somo someday day
between March 15 and May 15 next and Mr MrSmith MrSmUh MrSmith
Smith said that would be satisfactory to tohim tohim tohim
him him
Columbia Wins 1111 at Basketball naiketballColumbia Dalketbanolllll1blalI BasketballColumbias
Columbia basketball team opened Its Itsseason 1111epaijon itsseason
season of college e 1tegp games In the Columbia Columbiagymnasium ColumbiaIymnallllllll Columbiagymnasium
gymnasium last nlcht br b defeating the Wil Williams WIIHums IVIIhums ¬
Hums team by a score or of 1 IS to 9 Th The game gameproved gameIlrolpd gamemroved
proved rather easy ea8 for the local team and andwas andWAS andwas
was very Ipr satisfactory In view of the fact that thatWilliams thatWlIlIamll thatWilliams
Williams recently rectntl defeated ales five by byz
2 z to II Columbia victory wits never un uncertaln uncertdn Uncerimln
certaln and the bull was utmost constantly in inthe Inthe inthe
the vicinity llclnll of the visitors goal goalColumbias 1r081ColumhlafI goalColumimbias
Columbias team ulay ulll was good and the theblocking thoblockllllr theblocking
blocking and defensive play pill excellent excellentVon exoellenlVon ezoeiiontVon
Von Hholly IIholl though he scored but once onceplnytKt onceIIln1 oncelllluxi
plnytKt about the Ih best for the local team teampassing IpamPIIhllf teamprussing
passing so well that almost Ahno nil of Columbias Columbiasscores Colimnibinsscores I IscorplI
scores came us I a result of his passes pne e8 Mc McIHiichlin Mc1siighhin i i1III1
IHiichlin 1III1 hlin was WR good In blocking Mol kin 1 while Hurler Hurl HurlIho HurlerI
the I he amateur tmfllttt stir bicycle champion and OConnell OConnellthe OCollnIIthp
the raptaln did the tic hulk of the scoring Co I ¬
lumbia got seven Reid goals and two from fromfouls fromCOIIIR fromtommie
fouls white hlle Williams iliIanis got two field scores and andflve andne andflve
flve from rom fouls foulsAthletic toulsAthltlc foulsAthletic
Athletic Meets for Middle MiddleANNAPOUS MIddlesANNAPOUS lIeldINA
ANNAPOUS A 11APOL1I1 Md Dec Jt 18 18llidllhlpmlln 18llidllhlpmlln101l0ph 18Midshipmanloseph Midshipman MidshipmanJoseph
Joseph H n Williams William of Now Jersey Jersll of the thesecond theIIPcond thesecond
second class who ho is captain lR taln of the Naval NavalAcademy NavalAcademy avlIl I Icadpmy
Academy track team has arranged for u utrack IIIrack mutrack
track meet with Lafayette It will be beheld 00hpld beheld
held at the Naval IIIRI Academy dtIIY In May Capt
Williams has received an invitation from fromthe fromthe frontthe
the Georgetown Athletic Association A oclatlon In Inviting InIIUII Invitin ¬
viting IIUII g the midshipmen to enter the In ¬
door track meet to be held In Conven Convention Convention onven onventlon ¬
tion Hall Washington on Feb 20 It Is Isthought lathauRht Isthought
thought that the Naval aval Academy athletic athleticauthorities athleticauthorltiell athleticauthorities
authorities will grant the midshipmen the therivllege thlprlvllelle theprivilege
privilege of entering this tint meet An effort effortas effortnas
1181 as also been miide by b 15 Georgetown to have havennapolls hallAnnapollll imaveAnnapolis
nnapolls and West ent Point send relay rlla teams teamsfor t tennisfor RII1I1 RII1I1for
for a special relay relll race on the > same date dateThis dalAThill dateThis
This matter Is bnltur considered by the au authorities alltborlliea anthorit ¬
thorities tborllieaIardaer thorit thoritiesGardner lee leeGardner
Gardner and Hart to Meet In Iloiton IloitonGeorge nOltonGeorge floitonGeorge
George Gardner has arrived at Iow Lowell 10111Mall8 LowellMass ll lllass
Mass lass his home and Is preparing for a match matchrlth mlliehwith matchwith
with Marvin tIHr ln Hart of Louisville The battle battleras bl1Ulewae battlewas
was ras arranged a few days ago but yesterday yesterdayhe yslerdaIh
Ih the he date > was WII announced The pair are to tonret 10 10mlpt tomeet
meet In a fifteen round bout before the Crl Crlerlon Crlt Cr1tenon
tenon t rlon A C Boston on Dec 20 11 This will wille 1011he willbt
he > e the second encounter between the two twonslde twoIn twoinside
inside In Hide of a year ear They met last spring al aloulsvlllo ntLouIAVIl1t atLouisville
oulsvlllo and Gardner won because Hart Hartiroke Hartbroke art artbroke
broke one of his hands and could not con conInuc continue continue
Nrlion and Daly Dal Draw DrawA Dr DrIt
A fast twelve Ihe round go was decided at atho attllo attime
time ho Chelsea A C Boston last Thursday Thursdaylight ThurlldRnltlht Thursdaynight
light The principals were lire Jon Nelson NrI on of ofhelse ofChelRell ofChelsea
Chelsea helse and Tommy Tornm Duly of Brooklyn and andhe andth andthe
th the he outcome was a draw Daly was the ag agrressor RIfKreMor aggressor
KreMor rressor In the party rArl rounds and looked lookedIke look lookedlike Id Idlike
like Ike oil winner winn r but In the ninth round Nelson Nelsonorced NI Nelsonforced on onforcAd
forced things and hanged his rival all over overhe oprI overthe
I the he ring in the elexnnth and twelfth rounds roundsoth rOllndllholh roundsboth
both > oth tried hard to land the winning blow blowsclson hlowrl blowNelson
Nelson rl on seemed to be the worse punished punishedt punl hed hedIII
III t the windup windupIways wlndupAlways wimidupAlways
Always Iways Remember the Full Nam NamCures NamLaxative 4ams 4amsL
Laxative L omo mo cSinine One OnecuresaCodMOneDaYGrtl3 I
Cures CureuCoWinOne curesaCodMOneDaYGrtl3 aCoM fa One Day a Days Dayac
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Next Meeting ofthe oi1 American M L ape apetoDelleld aguetofle w wto
to toDelleld tofle De Held Here lIereJebnion JebnionGetf Get Gets a Raise lUUeCnicAiio RaIleClllcAlloneo RaiseCIilcMlo
CnicAiio ClllcAlloneo lIen 18 18Pre 18President President idllnt John Johnson on o othe of ofI ofthe
the American League JenlttuJwlIl will draw drlwtOOI 10003 > a yea yeahereafter year yearherrllft yearhereafter
I hereafter r Instead of I75W the amount h hreceived he her hereceived
received r last season oo on Tho American Itsgu IesllletodllY Leaguetoduly
1 todny of course reflected him president presidentwhile prp9idenlhilt preaidenmtwhile
while hilt Charles Char Its Homers wasagnln elected vice vicepresident viceprt vicepresident
president prt > Hld nt These Jtems In brief summar summarlcd lIummarl7ed sumamarhued
lcd what the League 1 nlrul did on this the theflecond theflecondnnd secom secomnnd second secondand
nnd final day of Its annual session The Tinnext Thenalt Thenext
next meeting of the thelealue League will bo held li liNew In InSe inNew
New Se York on March itiurchAn 3 3An 3An
An earnest desiretp keep up the best 01 01relations of ofreilltlon8 ofreintiomme
relations with the National League was shown shownand sholInud shownntid
and although the long Ion schedule adopted by byeach b bcnell byeach
each organization will 11111 practically end al alpost 1111 1111IIOlt ciihost
post season games on only onI the kindliest of sen sentiments lienthnPJltl sentilmienits ¬
timents were expressed by tho magnates ol oltho of oftho ofthe
tho circuit drooltCI circuitCleveland
Cleveland CI 11111 d New > ell York Chicago and Phil Jhllndelphla Philadelphia IhmiIndelphia ¬
adelphia were mndedlrectora for next season seasonIt II on onII
It was 118 decided to give President Johnson Johnsonfull Johnsonrull Johnsonfuhi
full power POWI to close the deal by b which Wash Washington WlillhInllton Washington ¬
ington Is to pass into the hands of ofnew new owners ownersand ownerllAnd ownerscud
and Johnson will go East In about ten days daysto dasto daysto
to fix up the transfer It was decided also alsoto alsoto 1190to
to give Johnson full till power In the appoint appointment Rppolnlrnent appoitittiment ¬
ment of the schedule committee and also In Inthe Intht Inth
the th selection of a committee to revise the thoconstitution theLOnatitution theconstltuticim
constitution so ii its to conform to the now nownational ne nenntlonlll micenational
national agreement It WAS wn decided that thatafter thRtnCter thatafter
after June I no club should carry carr more than thansixteen thanIIlxteell thansisteemi
sixteen players one more than the limit of ofList ofInst oflast
List season seasonMcOraw 81a90nloGraw seasonIoGraw
McOraw simi Jerry err Nop NopJerry SOJlIerr Nopslerry
Jerry Ierr Nops who pitched for the Baltl Baltlmores Baltlmores Baltimores
mores several years ago then thondropped dropped ou ouof out outof outof
of the game and was WBS thought thouwhtto to be on th thSlcOrnw the thebnaeball thebaseball
baseball shelf has beset resurrected by byllcjrnw byMcrnw
SlcOrnw manager of the New York Na Nationals Natiomlahe a atlOralll ¬
tionals His signed contract was received receivedyesterday receivedyesterday
yesterday The pennant is safe safeNO
Colombia Sophomores Win Five Out of ofSix ofSIx
Six Boats In Annual Spree SpreeColumbias SpreeColumbias
Columbias annual cane spree wu held heldIn heldIn
In the university gymnasium yesterday and andresulted andresulted
resulted In a sweeping victory for the sopho sophomores sophoniores ¬
mores They won five of the six bouts boutsThere boutsThere
There were about 1000 spectators of the thecontest thecontest
contest and the visitors gallery waspacked waspackedflye was packed packedBYe
BYe deep The bouts were fought on onthirtyfoot oil a athirtyfoot
thirtyfoot mat In the centre of the gy gynaslum gym gymcuatulum
naslum naslumThe cuatulumThe
The first lightweight contest was between betweenHopkins betweenHopkins
Hopkins a freshman and Peters a sopho sophowon aopbomore
more lIopkine had all the better of it and andwon
won In the second round This warlb warlbfirst wa the thefirst
first and last of the freshman victories Ten Tenney Tenney
ney u soph In the very e flrstround overcame overoamSlgerson overcameSigeson
Slgerson his freshman opponent opponentJohn opponentJohn
John Thorpe thorpe of the football tram and th thdleweight the thefreshman
freshman aciepce representative in the mid middlewelgtit
dleweight made things more Interesting andit and andIt
It required three rounds to defeathim The Theother Th Thother
other middleweight bout gave victory tohorn to toKorn
horn a sophomoreover Collins a fresh Treshman freshman
man In the middle of the second roundThe round roundThn
The hearywelghtboUts heavy weight bouta attracted the roost mostInterest roostInterest
Interest and theSe came next Kruger
06 and Algelthlnger 07 had a desperate desperatestruggle dssperatstruggle
struggle and It was not until after manyinlimuteethat many manymlnut
inlimuteethat mlnut sthat Kruger finally won by a clevertrick clever clevertrick
trick The last bout was between Spenser Spexteerand Spenserand
and Itejall and Spenser won As A a result resultof
of their defeat the freshmen mar not smokepipes smoke smokepipes
pipes or carry canes on tbs campus thisyear this thisyear
year yearHsnlon yearHanlon
Hsnlon Objects to Oraney as Referee RefereeEddie etereeEddIe
Eddie Graney will not referee the contest contestbetween contestbetween
between Young Corbett and Eddie Radon Hanlonon
on Dec 29 if the latter can possibly help It ItGruierls itOraneyiathe
Gruierls Oraneyiathe the official referee of the Yosemite Yosemltatreat YosemiteA
A C but RanlOn thinks that Oranay did not nottreat
treat him himfairlyin fairly In the fight with Benny Ysn Ysnger Yanget
get Hanlon is satisfIed to have Dlok Walsh Walsher WalshEddie
Eddie Smith or in fact any other er man act actnbwn actSmith
Smith and Walsh are well nbwn CalIfornia CsilfornlsThere CalIforniasporting
sporting nien nienThere
There was a report that Champion Corbett Corbetthad Corbetthad
had Injured hhuright his right arm and would ask askpostponementbut askfor
for a postponementbut postponement but upon investigation inTMtlgatlonThe investigationit
it was found that the report was untrue untrueThe
The rumor started startedfrom from the fact that Corbett CorbettJarred Corbetttarred
Jarred his hi funny bone while boxing with withbis withBIa
bis sparring partner partnerFollowlnc partnerFollowing
Following a Victory VetryRuhltn Ruhlln Hurls Chal ChalI tbaIlenSes
I lenSes races Recklessly RecklesslyOus
Gus Ruhlln has won another anotherftght fight one which whichwaa whichWM
waa more in the nature of an exhibition than thananything thananything
anything else but Rublin hsxia chance to todisplay todisplay
display him skill His iii opponent was Charlie CharlieGreenan CharlieOreenan
Greenan Ohio heavyweight and ther theycame came to together together ¬
gether for six rounds st AkronOhio on Thurs Thursday Thereday ¬
day night ThebsttlSUstedonlyfourrpunds ThebsttlSUstedonlyfourrpundsGreen The battib tasted onhyfour rounds roundsGreen
Green aulttlng quitting Ruhlln announced that he hewas hewas
was ready to meet Bob Fitulmmons or George GeorgeGardner GeorgeGardner
Gardner and would undertake to knock knockeither knockeIther
either tn nml n ouflnsldeof twenty rounds He Heano Healso
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