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FORTUNE ON ARCOLDHAM ARCOLDHAMBETTORS ARaB OLUBAM OLUBAMBETTOnSGET
BETTORS BETTOnSGET GET IT AXDTHE AND TilE BOOKS BOOKSARE BOOKSi
i ARE HARD llAnO HIT HITFavorite IUT IUTFaYortte
Favorite for the Crnlv CamlaI8takn l Stakes and Gal Gmllop Gall
lop l Home lIome In Front rontlIanlll Hands Aoron Aoronntiqualinrd AcrouDIquallnld
ntiqualinrd In the Third lUce Me MeC
C rrert rtJ i foup toup With New Mown luol Itay ItayN lly llyN
N w OBIEANB Feb eb 17Tho 1Tho Carnival CarnivalBtakes CarnlvnlStake
Btakes was the special spcil attraction atracton at the Fair FairGrounds Fai
Grounds Ord Stake d this thi afternoon afernoon It I was W at four fourfurlongs tourtuloll
furlongs for twoyearolds twolarolds and a smart smartbunch amartbunch
tuloll
bunch of youngsters youn ter went to the tie post Arch ArchOldhsi ArchOll
Oldhsi ITOB S made the tie favorite Modred ModredLaw ModredLw
Law Oll from the Aste stable etnble was waathe tho second secondchoice secondchoic
choice Lw choic There was as nothing to the race but butArch butch
Arch ch Oldham Odhm He le opened opne a I gap gp of four fourItnfftbs tQ r rItDtl
Itnfftbs in the first frt quarter and from there theregalloped thereHopd
galloped ItDtl Hopd home winning by three three lengths lengthsVelaval lenlth I IVelval
Velaval secured tho th place ns easily easiy from fromDixie fromDle
Velval Dixie Dle Lad Ld The ring dropped droppd a fortune fortuneover I
over ovr the victory of Arch Oldham Every Everyone ery eryonoor
one onoor of the twentyone twentone books book was wa hard hit hitTho hitThe
The card this thl afternoon was WI u I very ver uttrac uttractlveone atrac atractlveone
tlveone Despite Desplte the thl downfall downfal of the favor favorite tavorlt ¬
ite lt the ring rioI lost lost on the day da as every evry one of oftbewlnncrs orthtwlners
tbewlnncrs was heavily heviy played playedlortho playedThero
thtwlners Thero was a disqualfcton In the mie miet
t nndan handicap the second reoture reoturelor
eighh
lortho lor tbe afternoon Hands Across Acros the fay fayowner fa faorlteanc
orlteanc who WIA pluyed tor a klfna by hl
owner Sam Hildreth swerved Into Bon oo Mot wotin MotIn
in the tlnal sixteenth lxttlnth lidrttb and knocked knockld the Kastern Kasternhoreo 1nster
Ilul
horeo oft o his hi stride The disqualification disqualificationwas dlQualfetloil dlQualfetloilwas
was 1010 a popular one onl Fuller Fuler who rode Hands HandsAcross land8 land8AcroM
Across was In no way to blame blme The Tie racowaa racowaawa raCCUB raCCUBWH
wa won by b Huzzuh luzzal the second choice cholo by byThere bynhmath
nhmath The place WIS elven to Bon Mot Motnere
There was wa another Inuther attempt Ittempt to pull pul on ol a akilling aklUnl
killing klUnl with Mynheer MYlheer In the fifth ffb race race1 but buttoo buttheolM
theolM son or Gov Foraker found the rck rcktoo
too hard and finished fnlhed a poor fourth The Thewinner Thewiner
winner winer turned up UII in Mauser who won in a awalk awalk
walk John MoCaffcrty Mo erty pulled off a clever clevercoup
ol
coup with his hi home bred puled lllly Uly New Mown MownHay ceer ceercoup Mownay
Hay ay In Intbe the opening openlnl event New Mown loI Hay Haywas la lawA
was as good as 8 to I in the betting bettnl and won wonin i i11alop
in wA 11alop 11alopI gallop gallopflnlRaceSeven
flnlRaceSeven I n furlonisNew Mown Hay HayU fay fayD
U D IIlnrtonl IJvlngston6 neSe 610 to 1 won Leilan Lla 9 TV WlenntY Henneiwy Henneiwyto
1106 to 6 second acond McrlUni erlan 92 U Koblnsun oblns > n 9 to 02 2 third thirdTime tblr
Time rmc 13715 1 I Vounf Jeiie KJUbUjh Itablsh Ethel EthelMerUKs Ebdt
MerUKs Port Warden n nd Troiiachs also W ran ranSecond ra raItDtMY
t Second l lrc lrcn lUceMx futtonu Lady Hay M W WHenneuy
Henneuy ItDtMY 6 to I won Sparrow parro Cop B7 17 nobblns nobblnsTime obbhl
6 10 2 Mcond lhlalan 0 IXlcol 15 to I Ihlr
Time Tme lu 3 5 Cone Carlota Carola Major MAor Carpenter CarpenterFhlora Carenttr CarenttrPlior
Plior Fhlora Fhllllda Ihllda T n scarborouga nrborurb John Joln Doyle Doyeand Doyleand
and Jim Ftrrln erln also alo ran ranThird ranTlrd
Third ItoCK Itcnc One mile and an eighth lllbtblhlzzah Hunah HunahM
Tlrd
M 1 Mclntyre 17 to5 to 6 mil won Don Mot 112 1 W Hicks Hicksto leks leksI I
I to 1 second The Meiaenncr ernger 107 10 IW TV Hennessy HenntMYJ
I
10 to 1 third Time 1 At I 13 Klnlca Hymettu HymettuJudte
Judte J e el Cantrttl f i and aJ mJ Herds nld Acnxu r also r Sr ran ymd ymdAr Hands HandsAcross
Across iDultntr iDultntrFourth Ar foulnl nnlshed onlbed second scond but bU was wa tllsquallQed dlqualQed for forfoulnl Or OriDultntr
Fourth Fourh n naclClmlval ce Cimlvsl stakes four furlonrs furlonrsArch furlonlsArh
Arch Arh Oldaam Oldlnl 118 I Fuller ul rl II 1 to tr in won Delnvan OS OSUHennessy 0
UHennessy U1lnntMY 15 I to I second Dixie de Lud Ld 97 17 Bob Bobbin Rb Rbhlnl ¬
bin hlnl 0 I to 1 third Time 018 3S 3 Mo Mond Iored Lw Lwand
and nd All 1 Scarlet Scaret ulsii at ran ranKltth rant1fh
Kltth t1fh RMC nlcne One mile mie and a quarter u rfrMauser Mauser W WAubuchon 9
CAullchon Aubuchon II 111r tfiS wonPancredlttLlvln won Panerrd 10 Lvlnr ton
11 1105 in 3 second Free Admlvilnn drllnn M l Nlcol 10 1010 to I Ithird IIllr
third Illr Time207 Tmt20735 35 Mynheer Aynhler Bob ob Milliard 1llar and Joe JoeDoughty Joe1lurhlr
Doughty alsi ah ran ranSixth ranIth
Sixth Ith Race lelSI Six fiirIonn tlrlonr Jull Jul < i M I M 9 W V Ilen Ilennev Uennf
nev nf < y yJ t to 5 won Cliremont Clnemonl n 5 Llvlnntnn Llvlnntnnf
f r tn I srcoml Om Ou Hcrtdon Hrrdon 100 10 TVIInn Wloonl > tS 5 to 1 1third
i third Time fmc3 13 35 Mxmoor Exmorr L Ldv dv Free rre Knl Knlrhf ht htTriple
i I I Triple iplianoui rple Sliver Slver alto l O Overhand Overan ran Docile Docie Arthur and DI DIiplianoui D DI DIphanou
New 1rw Orleans Orlrn8 Inlrlei I nlrlr for Today TodayFIrtt Toa ToaFin
Fin Ilaee IneeSnen Seven furlonis furlonisRdlpftYounit
RdlpftYounit RalploOr iKITrocan IITroun in inArnold 11 11lmld
Arnold K I 133 1 Colin Cfln leorf Or 1J1 1J1Wautui t2
It Wautui iMlThe I 1 Thcnrwn Brtiwn Monarch lonarrInl lonarrInlUenc 151 151IJjntsOut
IJjntsOut Uenc 011 1511 1511Second 121
Second ll HAre ce Selling Srlnr nne mile milePrince mie mieJrn
Prince Jrn o Endurance Endur c ton lO Whltmore Whllmrro 100 100Jtenzol
Jtenzol 1enrel icsiPyrrlm lC5lnrhn too tooJames 10
I James JametI1 Khz 1031 103 Peer Iltrrlunl llunur 100 100PrcdlitM
G PrcdlitM Jrcdltal Son t 3 Heitlw HeitlwJllraiubm 0
I f Jllraiubm lraulu loa Eclrctlc EclrctlcCnlckOTlia EckellcI
CnlckOTlia tool 10 itedal itedalThird 1Irdll 93
1 Third hlrdltceFIc liaee Five and n half furlongs furlongsPalirlu rlrilngs rlrilngsPahrI
Palirlu PahrI 107 Presentation PresentationCarlKahkr P
I CarlKahkr l03iurXu 101rXllft jet M MLadyCuntriry
LadyCuntriry LdyCunlr f miiIMIIi < tS tSKlekliSilni Nfi
KlekliSilni tltkl In lilUedmnn IOledmn 93 93JuliaJjikln 93I
fi JuliaJjikln 1JIln lorTnmKlley 10 Tom IlcV 47 47KaRhhn 7 7KatloCilMiiins
Jlla KatloCilMiiins lOltUiirlllllc JOlr Ilr 83 83Fourth 8 8Iourlh
Fourth rtncc eco Selllnit elnl one onf mile ml and a sixteenth sixteenthravanlnm sixteenthJ
I J ravanlnm ravanlnmLeeKlair < 11 Llnon 101
LeeKlair LeeKlairMclstcrslnuer n llllUuemlm llllUuemlmtoslnaronet R t rl I ICalt
1 i Mclstcrslnuer MclstcrslnuerCaptHimm J f 5n r toslnaronet toslnaronetlOilMUt
CaptHimm CaptHimmOravlm Calt Hamm lOilMUt 101 1OIlton Melton MeltonIWIHoyalPlrnte 99 99OraIM
Oravlm OravlmLniiliKratl IWIHoyalPlrnte 101 io1 Pralt 0
LniiliKratl LII < ltrrr 1071 10IAllnnq1In Aleonquln AleonqulnVltlh 8
Vltlh Raco Hlc Selling lln li tiirlnntt tiirlnnttCenwr flrllnt flrllntCcnin
Cenwr Ill IIIdlmbrto Bud Kmbry KmbrySafeeuoid
Safeeuoid arlllord UOiLaCnrhe UOiLaCnrheRu 10 Ia Clrhe I IRuIIrth
Ru RuIIrth rtl rih 190 IOtr Vestry VestrynurnlnTliUil I Iurnl11Ia
nurnlnTliUil urnl11Ia 10R tOrChu Arrehue ArrehueKranunire 10
t Kranunire Fr nt Rke 1001 10 Dutch Carter CarterSMMlvor Carr 10
SMMlvor ld lOfJIDelieilahone lOfJIDelieilahoneSixth
lwr 101 elelabooe 10
I Sixth K HlreOnr oe One mile mileSt mie miet
t St Tammany Tllnnny i07Pr i07PrTheiunrd 07 Ar 10
Theiunrd ThcCurdmnn m n 1D7 Count Em EmOlt Out OutMacbeth 10j 10jMacbcth
Macbeth 117 11 Pronto ProntoUummer
10
f Uummer lummr U I l lo M One More MoreNimble 10
Nimble = lmMrX N IMITrti IMITrtiSt 10Th 11
1 y St 1 llarew llrcU liMlMbanyGirl liMlMbanyGirlAt tolban Grl 10
1 At Kan Franclico Franclicofi rlne I IO
fi r r Fr FrIscn NCtsco Feb 17 1Tht The liamllrap Inlrap at Ingle Inglenov IneleJ
J nov a this 1t1 alterooon Uem n retille 1lllelln 1 In n close coc llnlsh between betweenKtnllwurtli belweeoKenlwlrh
Ktnllwurtli Kenlwlrh und Modicum JUcum the former fOrler wlnnlnf Innln
i rroper HoptrIle Uic favorite aorlel ren rn unplmydand unplnl1d and lnw h doubtless doubtlesstrnlncil Iolbtss IolbtsstrBloet
lit trnlncil off The tair tairvlnntrs a enl hod lair 5UCelS 11 plklnt plklntI
I vlnntrs vlnntrsFirst I loner lonerI
< First RiceOne n1ceOne mile mUeM Fnir I Idy dy Anna nn 98 98IRoafli 9
I I I IRoafli Iocl 3 to 1 3 won WOI iolonlus Iolnlu IW 10 J Unly D11 5 to
I 1 tecoml Gold Finder 102 Il Sncchnn nrchn 15 tu 1 I third thirdTim thirdon
on Tim Imel l 1114 4 OlliVindo hUsndo Anvil AnI Outburst OUlbu Kick Kickutnboit lck lckUllxJ
I utnboit UllxJ and Arthun ArU Ray na also nl o run runSecond ranI
I Second S cond togeThrc H3ClThrr and a half furlongsSteel furlongsSteelWire turlonlsSlttll turlonlsSlttllI
I I Wire r 10J 10 iJ J Slurtln 3Julln IS I to 1 won 10n Bob Dh Ragon i
I 108 10 Uurnti lurn t 0 to 1 second seond Colden Golten Idol us lS IJ j jDaly
r Daly DA I tn If 1 third Time 111l 0ffii 013 1 BOIO 8e Kley t tf
f Oloomy Goomy GUI Gu My 11 Order Oner Tar r Flat lit Only Jlmmle JlmmleKdlth
lj Kdlth Ylllh Vice 1ro and Onondiilum On ndulum ah nl ran ranThird rRnf
Third fhlr1 Race RncSevcn Seven fiirlonjts flrlon s Ocorgo Oeorlo Herrj1 Il IOJ IOJJ 1MIJ
IJ J Martin 3 to I won un Mulfurd M 9 rfravlrl Traversl
53 to S tccrnd fnd Instrument In trumell 103 10 Connclli Coonel 20 to 1 I Ithird
I f third Time fml KVj 1 9J Instructor Iunruclr Flo ManoU 1lool and andSUndarA andI
I I SUndarA ndarl ulu li run runFourtli runt
t 1 Fourtli tourll Rice nceOne One mile mi anil a sixteenth handi handicap handlIa ¬
cap Ia Kenllworth Itliworh 111 II See 0 to 2 won Modicum 110dlcul1
10 10 TMverm frMer l 70 Z to t second 5ernd JoeUcy Jotey Club IW IWBelli lOl I
Belli elI 7 to y third Ullrl Time liid i Ixird Melbourne MelbourneJudifc IelboumeI
I i Judifc Jud c 1ropcr Prper and Kill 111 Mcfaey Ir el alsu run runFifth mi
Fifth tlfh Race nlrcilurlv Futurity course lor HendureM 10 10
i J IJuljl II tn tr R non on Vouni Ytm Mnrello loeUoIOI 101 Trover Trolr1
i U 1 Ui 1 secoud Hvrponax 11I > MS inr 11 Wlh Htln8to 8 10 c third thirdTime IhlrdTmt
Time Tmt 1113 1113 Qulzz Kiryptlun Jrlncesa lrlnce iiustlo
Girl Grl tnd John lintts I olso ct gYIn ran ranSixth ranI luMlo
I Sixth lllh IWre nA SU Sl furlonjrsCelebrat lurIIJn sCelthrate 07 0710nnrrl 0710nnrrli Donnerl
i A f to I cnl en J M 1 Hrnttaln 113 13 Seci S3 to 5 second secondI
Hrlnuiilt lif Ii > U Daly UI 4 to 1 third Time Tml 11J 11Jcrvntur IUcrulur
I crvntur Ethel Abbott and iI St Wnlred Vlnlfred also e o ran ranIOCA1 rai
I IOCA1 I TV 1 111 GOSSIP GOSSIPWestern GOSSIPr
r Western 1strr nil 01 InRllsh lnl h L 1ld d Slay II Come COIl East Eastfor Eastr
r for rcl Ilrall7allon Ilrall7allonfhi Urolhalon Urolhalont
fhi rh > much mich Inlked Inlklcl of colt 1nclish Enllh lad Iad by
t Reuuitnl RiLlltnlEn13h Kngllsh lmly 1llr who ho Is I tho th fnvorllo fnvorllofor florio floriotor
for the tlr Keiluky Iell u I Derby Dlru will wi be b brought broull East Eastafter Elst ElstI
I I after the thl American Amrlc1 Derby net n xt June Iunt to start startIn
t In the IjBwrenco Iawrtnco llculizatlon 11117alon Hlnkes SlakOs Inst Instyear 1lst
r year llr the colt colt was the best blHt twoyearold In Inthe Inthe
the West winning wlnnlnt J2looo I0t0 In stakis and purses pursesThis
r This winter ho has ha dnveloporl dlcloperllnto into n innBnlfl innBnlflcifnt Illnln IllnlnI
I cent threeyearolJ threcenohl for whom his owner ownerCook ownlrI
I I Cook recently rlClnll refused 20000 20000It Zoo
It Is I Improbable hnprolublo thnt thlt Highball Ilhlnl will wi be ll it itstarter 1 1I
I I starter In the Montgomery lontgolerO Handicap HandlCIP Tho Thoweight Thoellhi
weight ellhi Ill 16 pounds U l not regarded relnre wiih wiihfftvor wih wihf
fftvor by Trainer who iilso
f lvorby Trlnlr May Iay believes bele that thatIt
It would 1 be asking Isklnl too much Iuch of the thl colt to toBfKrt
I BfKrt Mm In such u I hard race rce HO 10 curly In the theenson tbeI
I 1 Relson enson Hlghbiill Ilhhll will wi be b seen In In tho thf early earlystnkes I II
I Ifakes stnkes here herl and will wi bo shipped shlpPpd to Chicago ChicagoAbout < I IIb6u
About Ib6u the first frst of June to start sllrt In the American AmericanDerby Arerlcl I II
I Derby for which he will wi bo especially pcl1Ih pointed pointedRichard
Richard Rchard Dwyer will wi do the starting statn at Kao Kansas ¬
i sas a CityH lh1 nnw nw rncctrnuk racclrlck In which Kd Corrl Corrlgan Corl Corlann
hand handJockey handJorkry
ann 1ms lis a
Jockey Rnnsch who rode for V K Tnnder Tnnderbllt nnderI
I bllt bil In Kriince rlnce last last year car has hl6 been blpn wintering winteringin wlntprlnl
I in California Calroril but will wlloon Boon sail sai for tho th other otherside otherIlde
side Ilde to ride on the French rnch turf turfTho
Tho 1 report r port that Jack Martin lartn who has been beenriding
1 riding rldln In fine fne form for on the Coast COUlt this winter winterhas
1 J has ba signed with V D Jennings Jcnnln for tho tho com coming comInJ ¬
ing InJ season Ilason Jiroven Irol to be b iintruo Intrul Mnrtln
has Ils not closed Io rd with wlth anybody Inbo yet but Matn MatnI hits hitsSevern
I hts htseverll
Severn everll I off Irr en under consideration clnldcr lol
r According Acpordlnl to n I report rport from rrlI New Orleans Orleansnearly Orlenmlnearlr
nearly all al of Slim Ilm Hlldrrtliji 1IdrfthJ horses Inr e nroBUf nroBUfs Irt 8uf
terlnl from mouth dlla
nrf broken down whlp with thlIXCPIUon levlrll othcl or
I Jand Acr s ic It migiic 1lt bl oe mtu lld inut that lIHUreth
h h81 A not a I homo In h hU 11 hlg hll vtnblo tlint Ildrth M fit
Although Hildreth nldrpth has hud poor racing racln I luck lucknil luckJl I
nil Jl winter wlnter ho otimdn tlndA third on the list lst of wlh wlhnlng wll
nlng nlnl owners OIPI with 11000 10 Ho will wi probably probablyv probablythlp
thlp hi whole strlnl to Memphll In tew
dara for 11 ood rlt rltC 1
v C U Jt Ellison Imon IIUK Ixsiin Ilun to send snd hln hi horses horB s say
ACvay ay from New Orleans Cant Arnold rnol J P
Maybcrry Iayorry King Klnl Croker and Hard of Avon
being hllnl the vanguard vanlard Thn Thl annual eiodus
from tlio Crescent Crp lnt City It hns hn begun begundrover tous
Cleveland Fuller I has Rn RnOrOr
drover levpJan IIr his been betn riding
In poor form nt Xew Nlv Orleans according nrrdlng to toMiverH toIveraI
MiverH turfmen who havo 11e nrrlved nrlvp hero herolie herele
IveraI lie has not been bNn behaving bluwlnA with decorum decorumand
and Inelt le It ix I said Aid his followers rol ower will wi havo hve dCCOfUI a hard hardroad hor
road to to travel trnvt to make makl ends meet If I Fuller Fullerkeeps Fuler Fulerk
keeps k tps hi h the present P rlsent rut his services lrlcs will wU not notbe
be 0 in demand here hlrl this year for owners owntrs want wantboys ant antOy
Oy boys who can bo depended dePndpd upon No Jockey Jockeyever JOCkPT JOCkPTrpr
ever had hld brighter brllher prospects upn than Fuller Fler last lastseason lat latselnn
season selnn It I was Wil freely predicted prcdlcpd that tht he hewould heould
would ould earn arn HOono 400 this tls yenr IRr But ut the vision visionof visionotlhl
of nlr otlhl Ilr gold seems leeml to have disappeared dlslppeard In tmn tmnnlr thn thnIlr
nlrIn In view of the thl present cold spell s l It Is said saidthnt sid sidIhnt
thnt several evlrnl stables slablll will wi make an earlier parler start startthan Itfr
than usual for Bennlngs Trainer Jimmy Jlmmlcallhln
Mcljaughlln lcallhln Is among those thos who will wi go I toon toonHn son
Hn 10 will wi end two carload with wih Waco RAc King Kings
M s the theftlr Btiir T Hitchcock JtchcoCk Jr has wlrea wlreathn wlrl
thn thl superintendent of the Bennlnas Bennln s trick trickthat
trck trckthlt
that thlt ho will wi shin shlJ eighteen ellbteen th horses horss from Alkep Alktp I
S 8C C not later than March l
AUTOMOBILES AUTOMOBILESNEW
NEW MODELS MODELSH
mo H l P Tourlni Tourn Car WOUO 16
1214 I H P Llfht Tonneau ilU ilULltht
B lrl tn t5 t5Tha
Lltht Hie Elrclrto ir irlrl Runabout taul KM KMThe
The horsepower horSower uf Columbias Columbls can carshonealy u uboneally
boneally honealy rated ratedELECTRIC rle
ELECTRIC VEHICLE CO COI3413013S CO1I3I3
I3413013S 1I3I3 Writ 80th tb St S Stlppole
Opposite tlppole MetroDolluo MtUOloUo Opera llouw llouwLARCIIMOXTS Ihu IhuLAROIYONTS
LARCIIMOXTS LAROIYONTS ARE PROSPEROUS PROSPEROUSThe
The To Yacht Club tlub Holds ltd Is Annual Meeting Meetingand 1lCftn 1lCftnand
and Elects Offlccrn OfflccrnThe O ctrl ctrl1he
The annual meeting meetnloche of the Lurchmont IlrclunontYaoht IlrclunontYaohtClub Yacht YachtClub
Club was held last Ilt night nllht In Delmonlcos DelmonlcosJustice DelmonlcoBJuatc
Justice Juatc F I M Scott presided as all al tho flag flagIs g golor
olor aro ya tnl Commoore llant llantIs
Is South ViceCotnmodoro VIcCommodore Bostwlck BOSIlk is iscruising Iscrlslnl
cruising crlslnl in tho Mediterranean Medllrraman and Ind Hear HearCommodore nearCommodore
Commodore Hot Is crulslns er lslll among amonl the thoWest theWe8t
West Indies IndiesSecretary IndiesSecretry
Secretary Secretry A Bryan Alley Aie In his report rlport said saidThe sid sid1he
The 1he club cub has hs reason to congratulate conlratulltl Itself Itselfon islf islfon
on a particularly partcularly prosperous year ear just passed passedand passd passdand
and the prospect prospl of a butter bcttr one TVu were werecompelled werecomplled
compelled complled last Ia8t summer to extend the con constitutional canattutonailmit ¬
stitutional limit of active uclve membership mcmbrrhlp In order orderto ordert
attutonailmit
to t admit those tho whom It was WIS to the tht Interest Intcrelt of ofthe orthe
the organization organizaton to to have on the thl roll rol and andthe andthe
the number numbr of yachts achts Hying 1lnl the club cub burgee burgeehas burgeehl
has hl now reached 415 Among monl the tbl additions additionsrecently additons additonsreCnty
recently made mde to the attractions Itractolll of the tl flub flubis
is reCnty a squash sQu8b court curt which Is proving popular popularunabated popularIntercst
Intercst In yachtng old acht racing Is Isunabatll
unabated Our commodoreelect cmmoorelect intends to toexpects totake
take he faQshlp abrold In the Iarly spring springto
to rac In Engl h and Scottsh nlns ld ldoxpecs
expects to return rttur In the th early part plrt of August AugustTho August1ho
oxpecs carl
Tho 1ho vlcccommodoreolect vlccommodorelect Is now cruising cruisingIn
In 11 the Mediterranean Medltlrrantal and expects to bo here herefor herotor
for the opening of tho yachting achtnI season seaon of
1004
1004The 10 The following rolowlng amendment to the I he racing racingrules racng racngrles
rules rles was adopted adoptedAny RdopledAny
Any yacht crossing crin the xmtlnir Iua line lnt before her herstarting htralanine
starting slpna signal shall hal be recalled rraled by tbe hoUtlng hoUtlngot hoblnr hoblnrof
ot a red ball balaUenlon attention bflnj brnr called calM to same Sme by a ashort aahor
ahor short blast ot the whistle whiste or through the mega megaphone mla mlaphone ¬
phone Should lhould more than one yacht cross CrM tbe tbestarting Ihosanlnr
starting sanlnr line lne before bdorl the sljnol there tber shall 5hal be a ashort
short aor blast of the whistle whllle ur megaphone call cal for foreach
each laeh yacht yaht so crossing crossingThe eroslne eroslnefhe
The regatta rtgata committee commlte Issued its 11 report reportand reportand
and tho thl prizes won by the yachts chts in last years yearsregattas elrs elrsrelntal
regattas relntal were ere on exhibition Ehlblton They hey are very veryhandsome cry cryhandome
handsome handsomeTho handome handomeTho
Tho election electon of officers olcrs resulted rl8uled as follows followsCommodore rolowl
Commodore Cmmodore Morton 3loron K t Want Ilnt schooner ahoontr Incomar Incomarsteamer InlOm3r InlOm3rateAmlr
steamer ateAmlr Parthenla Partnla vicecommodore Albert blr C CBoatwtrlt CBtwrk
Boatwtrlt Btwrk schooner Ihontr Vergemtre rear commodore commodoreFrederick cmmodore cmmodoreFnderck
Frederick Fnderck U Hoyt Ho sloop rrpemert Isolde lsl < e secretary stcretaf A ABryan
Bryan Bran Alley Aie treasurer trAsurr William Wllol Murray Muray metaurer metaurerJohn mtasure
John Hyslop fyslop trustees trslets WlllUm Wilam II I Jenkins Jacob JacobHabtMd JacobUalled
HabtMd Ualled to t serve sere three years yearsFAST eau eauFAST
FAST BOAT FOR on MOORF
Atlantic AUantc Yacht neht Club ub Commodore Plaow PlaowOrder
Order for Speed Spld Launch LaunchCommodore Luneh LunehCommodore
Commodore Harrison B Moore of the theAtlantic theI
Atlantic Allntc Yacht Club has not lost interest interestIn
I In fast boats and he has hal placed an Ardor brdlr for a aspeed aspeed
speed launch with Henry 111r J Olflow of this thiscity thisrty
city rty The boat bont Is now being built buit by b the theElectric theElectric
Electric Launch Company Com pan in fiayonne avnne and andshe nndsho
she will wi be bl ready for service nlc by b the 1st of ofJuno i iJune
Juno Her principal princpal dimensions dlmln lonK are as fol follows rollaws ¬
lows Length latth over all al fiO feet length inlth on load loadwater
water lino ll 58 feet ftlt beam bca 1 7 feet und Ind 3 fret fretdraught rretdraught I
draught Thero three cockpit the theforward
draught lpro aro or tIC lokpi j i
forward one for steering stering and observation observationtin obstrmton obstrmtoni I
i tin middle mid e one for tho I machinery ranhlnrry nnd nlt the theafter I hI
after nlcr one on for owners olQrs und Ind gucstn IUl8tS us U In Instead InI ¬
stead of the tIl fixed fxed or stationary Ktltonar prats rltl usually lualy I Ifitted I
I fitted tld In boats of this IhlF typ rattan ratan chairs chairswill
will wi be b provided providedAt I
At tho tl forward end fnd of the boat bo t there Ih r will willbe wi I
I be b a turtlebaclt tntlbnrl deck d ck the Ih samn Rn ns usually usuallyseen uSlnly uSlnlyspen
seen on torpedo boatn Tlier flr U 1 a cuddy cu h I Ideck Idpck
deck aft af and thn th boat is decked dflkpfl between betweenthe IhH IhHthe <
the cockpits cockpi thus Ihls making makll rigid rlll connection connectionbetween conlleUOliKbetween
between tho sld Ids > s at at regular rlulor Intervals < Tim Timhull 1 1huH
hull Is divided tm into nevtn KVt1 compartments cOIIartllntl by bymeans i imeans
means of six watertight wnttrlhhl bulkhead bulklfld so 10 that thatthe
the vessel vpIsd would remain nllout oven wn though thoughany thoulh
any anyone ono compartment should be stove in and andfilled andI I
filled flpd with wih water waterThn wuterTh
I Thn Th plunking pllnklni will wi bo 10 double dnuhII redar dar on the I
Inside lde nnd mahogany on tin outside oulldf No XoHttlmpt
I attempt Httlmpt has hn been n made Ilc to obtain extreme extremellghtnrui
I
llghtnrui rhnls at lt the oxprnsn of strength Ktfnrh and anddurability anddurabll
durability durabll Tho lines 10s are arl very pry even pvrn and andfair
fair but but differ rllrr very Iry considerably n ldprabl from the thererent
rerent e pt rcm m raring rndnl model moel in that thn thAwater I Iwater
water lines forward flrward are ar very vpr much fuller fullert flllr
t and rounder Inls In II fait th model shows shoWI no flat flator I
rouncfr tlt tltholow
or hollow holow spots IpOtS nnywhrrf ih motlvn motlvnpow mOlhApOer
pow pOer r will wi be bl a CM ral IB gasolen Insolpn engine llln of 175
horse horK power especially e ppdalh designed r lllrd to inpft tho thoeondltloni t I I10ncitolQ
eondltloni 10ncitolQ of service IPnhl In II a bent belt of this tyn tynWhen > I
When asked about th ti ppcril of tlli 1ls boat boatMr hoatIr
Mr Ir Oiclow G lo her designer dKllner said sil OW V hear hearso lr
so much of twentynine nnd al1 thirty mile mil boats boatsand h0111
and even greater upeeil PP lut latlI lj lint 11 1 frel frelreluctant ff
reluctant r luclant to wiy 11Y anvlliini alvthlnl about nbult th r al alpp I
pp p ed ld of this boat other than that we will willnot wi
not bo the lastin la t In the I he rno >
Princeton PlnlCton Wins 105 Chess Match aleh Vrotn Iror Co Columbia 0 ¬
lumll lumbia lumbiaAdjudluatlon
Adjudluatlon Adjldllllon of r t tIO < vo cnmefi Ioml unflnislird unfnished in inthe Inthe
the PrlncctoriColiimbU Jrlncrtonolumblr chrss chr 5 mutch has hasgiven hasIventhe
given Iventhe tho victory vllorr to thi tIl New 1 Jersey Irrse pliyen pliyenfor pllrrp pllrrpror >
for the first fr t time tlml In II four rOlr years Columbia Columbiahad ColumbIahall
had the advantage advanlul by one on gamo g00 when h play playwns PIl
was finished tnlehed Ilcl nd It wns wnl expected cpCfrc thnt thn thntwo th thtwo
two games amcs remaining remllnlnl to be decided would wouldbe wouli
be declared drawn The Tll matches were werebetween werl
between Solow of Columbia < ollnhl and Unnlop Dlnlol or orPrinceton orPrincton
Princeton Princton and Inll Turker TIkrr of Columbia andScboonmnker and amiScboonmnkpr
Scboonmnker of Princeton Both Prlnde Prlndetonlnns Prln Prlntonlnns
tonlnns wern wer led inM to hnvp tho hplter hplterpositions
heier heierposltouA
positions posltouA This fhl mnlCPB Inls the thpnnulsror flnul score Prince Princeton Prlncpton ¬
ton 5H Columbia 41 i The fe cornileto corwlel sum summary 811 ¬
mary mar follows followsBoard rolow rolowRoard
Board t Schoonmaker r Prlrrrton Irlrerlon licet hc 1 Tueher TueherColumbia TUek r rColumbia
Columbia board 2 t IP > betfteen Jlowry Iolf Hrtneeton Hrtneetonand Prnrtton Prnrttonand
and Sehroder Colimbla Cfl1unhla board boa ri 3 tie le between betweenTVurd bttwel
Ward Irliiceton lrlellon and Tulchlnsky ulehlnI Columbia Celllhln board boardBrasher
1 Brasher irahcr Princeton Pracelon heat Lazln 1llo Columbia Columbiaboard Columbiaboard
board 5 tie te between hetw ea Hleliards nlcIArd Princeton Irnrrlon and andDrown nndlrw
Drown lrw Columbia board bOMI 6 Stlefel ttr l Columbia Columbiabeat Columhlabtal
beat Browne 1rowne Princeton Prnectnnboard board 7 Nelson tl on Princeton
beat Dlckler Ueklcr Columblc board 8 Dunlop Prlnee Prlneeton
Prnce Prnceton
ton heat S Sulo lo f Columbia elumbll Ixiarii boarl 0 Comatnck ComatnckColumbia ComMoekColumbia
Columbia heat hell Christie Chrl tr Princeton Prl1relon board 10 Law Lawton Iawton
ton Columbia beat bel Thompson 1llmpson Prlnretcn PrlnretcnIntcrnallnnal IrID etcn etcnInlCrnllolal
Intcrnallnnal InlCrnllolal Chess Chessvf Cls Clspulnl
vf pulnl > fciat Cubit Cnht nnpiiteh fllrh I In THE Tnp sii siiMONTE I
MONTE IOST CArio CI Teh FII 17 IjTlo Tho eeminnal eeminnalround eemlrnl eemlrnlrould
round rould of o the international IltlTullonal cheMS ch R totirnnnient totirnnnientWHS tourlnwnt tourlnwntWAi
WHS WAi played pllld today Gunsbcrg Glnsbprl nnd Schlcch Schlcchtnr chlcchtpr
tnr drew their game IUlp nn did Marconml Iarco nd Mar Marshall rlr ¬
shall hal Mnrocny llroc7 got ot a I ouprlor UIrlfr pocltlon lo lton ngalnrt Ilallrt
HwlderskI right riht from Irm tlie thl ptnrt and although rlthollh
the thl lattiT Iltlr mndo nle a stubhorn tuhor rcalptnnce he hI had hld
finally Innl to resign flln the I he game le Tlicsci TII result rceultsbrought
IJouet brought about IIolt a tie 111 between Iel ppn Maroczy luroc7 nnd 1111
Marshall Inrshnl each having halnl won OH 0 points plnts as aswill ni
will wi be seen fton from the scorcrt scorcrtIVon rOFel
IVon Wonl06r Last iron lait n61
Marshall Marhal tH 14 ljlunsterg lillnsltr 3 1
Maroer Marcr n < 2Mareo 2 arrr s R
Soblechtcr Shlechter 0 ISwIdersSil 11ldpr3 2 I 7 7Llloninirdlcii 7IJonllldlcl
Llloninirdlcii IJonllldlcl Takes Take SOOflOOut 00 Olt of Ken KenliicHy ltn ltntlel
liicHy tlel > Ioolroom IoolroomIKXINRTON loolrpoD
IKXINRTON IFXIWTOS Ky 1 Feb fpb 17The 1The first r t visit visithero I it ithere
hero of thn tho plungur plunlr Stophcn IHorrmodieu IHorrmodieuwill 1lorrl1dlel I Iwi
will wi bn b long lonl remembered rmembered by the sporU tport of ofthis I
this fils city clt and Purls Inrll Ky 1 The Clilcagonn ChllagOII
In company with Claude Browncll ownellnd and Trainer TrainerJ Triner TrinerJ
J G Millum llur of this city clt went welt to II Purls this thisafternoon thl thlnftrlloonl
afternoon und when the
nftrlloonl Ild whel party returned
t I he hI pool 1100 room rlom In the tll Bourbon Iourbol county countycapital
capital elllt1 was IS minus lu 11 bankroll whlla
tllkrol
Ilpmincdleu 1 fOIlledleu wns al a llttlo lte loss IIS than soooi Ihll 6J
to t tle he good lood He I mad n 1 killliiB kllnl on Irene
Mmtscy Imiley and Peeper lit New SIW Orleans bettlne
000 O on the former fnrm r at II odd of n tn tl bttnl 1 a nil nilplaying
playing Illarlnl the latter Illtr through thlulh the boards bfrjA Jioi Jioiwch SIII nl <
wch lch way at odds oddl nf Ir 10 1 4 und 2 to i He
alxo ul hud Military nt Ins I le
o lltnr Aiicelex AurleH at t u onc oncprice
price playing IIIylnl him 11m nil I three thr wnyu I Inli Tho I
room took all al the money IHItY offered oIlrcd by b thn thnplunger
plunger making Ilkhll an vltort ror tn tl lay tho money tho
off oI lu II thn I ho Covlngton ovllgton poolrooms poolrooll hut bl lony the
t the
latter IItpr had been advised by their thllr Paris man
and ald they thl refused rtruHPd to tike takl much of the tholnole tholnoleJolmson Ilrl money moneyiloluuon
iloluuon Names Schedule Sclrtule Conimitee ConimiteeBan onllllrl
Ban Johnson president of the American
League LCIIue hns named u 1 committee commltre consisting consistingof cn l
of Klllllea KUUea of Boston Muck Mlck of Philadelphia Philadelphiaand fhlurelphla fhlurelphlaand tnl
and Coml CrlHkef key of Chicago Chlello to confer with tho
National SnUo I League committee commlttet tegiirdlng lglrdlnl non
conflicting contlclng nchedulen The pen en agreement agreementstipulates
111
stipulates tl1lnteH that th t this thll meeting mrltnl 1Ilco must IllrlrlPnt bo IPI
IUSt
by Feb 31 no thu tu committees commlttl have not Jt much
time The National NnUonl League 1la1UO bnn three threeschedule threeIchedulO 101 mich
schedule IchedulO ready rlad nnd nd Itn 11 Committee ommltp can he
brought brohttolther together nt II short notice notcl The com
mltteemen mltteemen are Drnyfiws Kbbets Jbhet1 and Hurt
Dreyfunn holds Drlyru Harts I and anc proxy proxyNuorli prnxylprt Ebbets arc ort here hlrl and Inl the former
Nuorli lprt s at Durlandc DurlandcThere Jurland JurlandThere
There was wnl an Intercxtlng Inllrcltng prngrnmme of ofequestrian orequ8trlan
equestrian equ8trlan sports alort nt tho Durland Durllnd Hiding JdlnA
Academy ACldemy In Teat 11 Hlxtyslxth IItY8lth street ptrlt last laAtnigh I Inigh
nigh The events events were ro n manikin race racehlch
which Wil won by Jack Inldeklr n of
Jeu de blrrl In which hlch tho the honors wern gamt carried
off al by Marshall Iarhal Cliipp ell and a rteeplechasn rtecplechl wpro carrlec
race rle which was won fP by Iy Charles CharlC Oeyer Pre
eedlng celnr the games pmf there was wnl a clam cll ride PP1 in
which some and I
flfty Ity men women took part prt prtJ
J
JERSEY JRSnYGOi GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP CHAMPIONSHIPSTATE MPIQHS811 MPIQHS811STITE
STATE TOURAMET TOURXA1ET fTILL fTILLHELD iILL
HELD AT AI EdLEnOOl EdLEnOOlEntrance IGLEOOI IGLEOOIEntrance >
Entrance Vtn 11el Will B D Charged Orcm This T Ve Yfar YfarIn r rIn
In Onlrr to Keep IffP the lie Field Feld I DOl > own to toReasonable toUesulable
Reasonable Uesulable Proportions lroPrUonsGoulp Gossip From Fromtblnnrouck FromIblnnrcock
Iblnnrcock tblnnrouck IIIIU Ils and Lake Lkeood Lkeood1lonl1 wood woodLionel
Lionel 1lonl1 11 Graham of Unltunrol lllurolws was re reelected ra
elected president pre ldent of th the New Jersey Jerey State Statelolf Itlte Itlteolr
lolf Association Associaton yesterday ycsterday and later Ilter on onho onI
I ho will wi appoint appoit his aids It 1 wua WUI decided decidedto
to select the Knglewoo Eglewood Golf Club < Iul for the theState
I State StltO championship which with the te North NorthJersey NorthJcrsey
Jersey Yountakiih Yountoklh and Montclalr coif clubs clubshad cuba cubahud
had asked Isked for the tournament tourilnen The hc con conditions condions ¬
ditions dions will wi be the same us last year except exceptthe excepttho
the clubs must IUSt name nlle their players In the theteam thetelm
team telm contest In advance The 1he event will wi take takeplaou takeplaco
plaou on June 2 3 and 4 An entrance fee or orwi
32 will be charged Inthe In ant the individual and of SI 1 1lu I III
lu II the the wi team telm championship chalplonshlp the events events havlnir havlnirhitherto lunin I
hitherto hlthtrto been free fe to the membership memberhip This Thisaction hi I Ineton
action Is taken takel to keep the tl Hold 11ld down to toreasonable I
reasonable neton number A handicap list lst will willbe wi
be brouirht out on the same slme lines Ine8 as 1 last lastyears Ilst IlstYtars
years par system The Ihe Golf Gol Club of Lake Lakewood Lakewooel
wood and the Senbrlght Golf olf Club have re resigned resigne ¬
signed lnt and the Country Club of Lakewood Lakewoodand 1lkewoo
and signe the Canoe Cano Urook Drool Country Club Iub clectel clectelto eltcte1 eltcte1to
to membership membershipNewbold lelber lp lpewbld
Newbold ewbld Edcar Edlar of the Shlnnecock Hills HillsGolf Hls HlsOoI
Golf OoI Club having declined declnrd tho tht vicepresi vicepresidency vieprul viepruldency ¬
dency of the Metropolitan Metropolan Golf Association Associationthe A8scaton A8scatonthl
the thl committee mllitee has hl elected W V Fellowes Felowl8 Morgan Morganof Iorlal
of Baltusrol al tusrol to II 111 tho tie vacancy and he pro prosided prlsided
sided at the the first raeetlnir since tho th annual annualheld annualhld
trst IIetll
held at lt F A Snows office ofc last last Tuesday TuesdayJames Tesay TesayJRDe8
James JRDe8 A Stlllmun Stiman of the Garden ad n City Golf GolfClub oolrClub
Club was elected eleced to the tll executive com committee commitel ¬
mittee mitel to take Marians Mor anB place plac It I was voted votedto vottd vottdto
to hold the championship In May to begin beginwith biin biinwih
with wih a thirtysix tblrt slx hole qualifying Qualrylng round roundcups roundthlrttwo
thlrttwo to keep on for the Chmpionship Chmpionshipand
and the remainder In con lxteen lxteentor
tor cups ClPS A committee oftwo olaton was W8 appointed appointedto appinted appintedto
to arrange the th details and to secure SIcurt If I pos possible possibil ¬
sible sibil the Garden City Golf Gol Club course courseThe cnrs
The he action of the Country Club of Lake Lakewood Ile Ilevood
wood In announcing Countrr the M O A cham championship championship ¬
pionship investigation Inllslllllon Innllcnq dlsrlosed dsrlosed was wal based basedon basd basdon
on a inlsimdcratandlne mlslndlr8tandlnl James Jamel A Sttllmnn Sttllmnnand Stlman Stlmanand
and C F Watson were wtrt appointed IPpolntld on the tour tournnment tournanwnt
nnment committee commiteI and Ij I H Graham Orlhlm F TV TVMenzles Wlln7lls
Menzles committee committeePINEHIIRST commUteePrSEn1l lln7lls and L V Bayard BIYlrd Jr as the handicap handicapcommittee bandiap bandiapcommUtee
PINEHIIRST PrSEn1l r C Feb Jeb 17 17A A handicap handicapmatch handicapmutch
match play tournament tourament open to men and andwomen andwomen
mutch pi OPI t
women was benun b nun today toO for the Casino Casinotrophies Iaslno Iaslnotrophlls
trophies trophlls Thesn ThlfR players qualified qualifiedMen funUle
Men IenJ J S Greene Grtlt Huntingdon lunOldon Valley Valey Phila Philadelphia Phla Phladelplla ¬
delphia 8 8 1177 177 M I C Parshall Parshal Warren Warrn Pa
90 0 081 W S North Norh Riverside Hverslde Chicago Chlcalo M 0 a
871 87 I H Irvine Iring Nassau Sa9u 101 1487 7 TV C John Johnaon Johnaon
aon Canoe BrooU Brok 100 10 13 SS L TV Johnson Joblon Pox PoxHills FoxIlls
Hills Ills 101 12 89 F J Bailey Daley Kearsarire Klrsrre M H I
102 IO 1200 I O 1 f Pre brey Mount ouot Pleasant Ptpa ntl N Y Y1M Ylo
1M lo 100 IrI S H I Ordway Orway Nassau MSI 100 10 W00 1I A AJohnson G GJohnon
Johnson Ardslev tos IS 00 1 D Foote FoteAIAwaml Apawamt1 Apawamt1M
M 0 B00 80 J A taker fllc Olnvlew 101 1100 n M B BIlyrne Alyme
Ilyrne lyme < New York 109 1O l IMOI II A E Lard lr Colum Columbia Columbl ¬
bia bl Washlnston a hlntn wi n02 J Henry Htnr Hentz llntz Jr JrMount JrIount
Mount Air 10 Philadelphia Pladlphll 108 10 1002 t62 I B John Johnson JOhn50n ¬
son Ardslcy KM 1202 1202WomenMrs 1202Womrn
WomenMrs Womrn I B Thomklai Tbmkln Baltusrol Ilunol ino 10 25 25H 2
H f MlM IM C C Chirk Ch Ev EII Oranie Oranal 105 10 2 103 103MlM 10
MlM MI Helen Barnett Aamtt New Nfw Haven 117 17 12105 110 Mrs MrsM r rM
M D Pntersnn Knirlewood fnaleood 10S lO 0 011 IM Mrs M B BByrnes BHlmes
Byrnes Hlmes New York 1S515110 13 5110 Miss 31 M Mlettlnnrtr MlettlnnrtrMlnntlpol Heflelnnirer HeflelnnirerMinneapolis
Minneapolis Mlnntlpol < 135 13 M110 Mis I C Mnrtnn nron Albany Albanyiss Alb ny nyI
251U 2U iss I M113 13 Sirs Ir C H TVheeler Baltusrol Balunol 140 140251U 14
National aton Leagnn Lta nl Onlletln OnlletlnPresident Buletn Buletnrrl
President rrl ldrnt Fulllnm Pullnm of thn National alonnl League Leagueyesterday Lale Laley
yesterday y trd issuer s 1f1 tho thl following foloIDI bullftln bll tn of ofrmochnii orhn
hn rmochnii hnll oonirartii onirnrt and releases approved approvedand arpoed arpoednnd
and promulgated polllg d
CONTRACTS CONTRACTSWith onACS onACSWllh
With Brooklyn Jrnokll E P E Van an Burn Frank Prank E EDillon EOllnn
Dillon Philip Nsdean James Sheckard Charles CharlesE Cbalts
E Ollnn lxnid 1ld Phlp nM Itr ir I K t Kilter Hter Emll Emi Batch lcb M J JMrCotinlrk
MrCotinlrk 1Irnlnlrll Oscar L I Jones Vlrcll lrll I Oarvln OarvlnWith OlriD OlriDWlh
With Nl Louis Llt DanM Shay Sha John McLean McLeanJohn llcLeanJohn
John Wlh V Dunleavy nlllral M 31 W GradY TTHUam Wilam Sanders SandersWith SandersWUh
With Plmburr PIIblr John Pnester PnesterWith Pftsttr PftsttrWlh
With Wlh Hiwton Bolol conditional rondilonal Wlrt lr V Connell ConnellTKRVS Coooel
TKRVS nt s 1CFPTEf rcrpTED rcrpTEDBy
By D Brooklyn W V J I Retdy RetdyREiiKAtci ReidynlryUEP
REiiKAtci REiiKAtciBy nlryUEP nlryUEPIW >
By St Sf Imils 1011 In Ianscs tans City John B Ryan Ryanriy Rranr
r Ulrlh UlrlhH
riy H Ilillaiirlphln hl drltlhla to Jrrvv Jer city CI William Wilam Klester KlesterUy KltsttrU
Uy U St Ioiiti L I De llontrevllle JUonlrn lt James Hackett Hackettry lacktt
ry r Cincinnati Clnclnnal to W 1 lovls IAlul J P 1 Berkley BerkleyFr RtrkltrFrpc
Fr Frpc < > d Clark f1rk tlio tll rnnnnprer tnnl r of tho tl Pittsburgn Pittsburgnapparently Plt burl
apparently intend Intlnl to Kftfpt nff1pt the Princeton PrincetonrflVr Princetonnlr
rflVr aplanl to oarh From Idnll Knn Kin he hI tele telecrnphfd tlle tlleIrnphed
nlr crnphfd Irnphed Barney Harn Driyfuss yesterday 3eltrda as 81 fol follows follow ¬
lows lowsIIsvR low
IIsvR lae oR orr r to Ir eoniMi eo h Pilnieton Prlnrton from 2Slh to t March Macb
10 no In you OI ohlecl Answer AnsIer nulck nulckXo lulck lulckXo
Xo objection ohjprlol whatever treyfuss reytl tele telegraphfd telegraphed
graphed in reply replyClrrnmnt rrpl rrplJermont
Clrrnmnt Slcatlns lUecs lUecsT
81Itn
1 1In
T rnmpbell Camlhpl from Xewfoimdlflnrl NIIfolndlanc entered enteredIn
In the leading IrrllnJ kitlng kalnl event last night In the theOrmont theI
Ormont I rlont Avenue AInle Kink Brooklyn and stnrt stnrtInc trt I IIII
Inc III from frol prrntrh frofrh mowed down emrn every eer one onl of ofthe ofI
the I hp contestant nntr InH with th thl pscrptlon pcpptlon of Harold HaroldMcKeefrey larnld larnldlcJrrrl
McKeefrey lcJrrrl who liet 11 I Mm Ihl out In the th sprint sprintnt
nt tlir tl fml fll h Pliillii Phl J Kearney1 Ktanr the New NewYork tw twYork
York A C crack fell rel In II clasi lI I n TV M MTaylor I
Taylor won Them Ir was u I hie hll Held 1tld for the thenovice theno
novice no rncc which went to J Lloyd
OneHilf OneII Mile 1Ue Novice Won ty J 1 H I Lloyd LloydA
A Zulvcr second K I A ticolt col third Time Tml I Iminute 1mlnule
minute 41 seconds secondsOne rrtnd rrtndOne
One Mile lle Handlrap landlrl Mother Io her trophy 1rophy Contest ContestClflM CoattlCB1
ClflM CB1 A Won by h Harold MeKeefrey lrKtetrtr 1M IZ yards ard J JCampbell r rC
Campbell C mpbtl seraUH second eolll Orris Orrl Elrtridce Eldrdge 80 yards yardsthlrii nds ndshlrS
thlrii llcrc 3 mhrites mlljlls tl seconds secondsOn strondOn
hlrS On Mile le llanillrnp IlnUrnl Spaldlnj Spallul Trophy TrophyWon Won by byTV byo
TV M Taylor IW yards II Hanson M yards yardsiseroml
iseroml o i 1 K W W nnckeUcr J kj 1r 40 yards ttlrd ir Time
3 mlautes 1 3S 3 seconds secondsCurlers second secondOlrlrf
Olrlrf Curlers Off OI for Montreal MontrealIllt UontrnlITI
Illt ITI A X Y Fob 17 Two T10 rinks rln of curlers curlerstho curlenth
tho th ftlcas Itcns of this thi city cl and tbc Thistles Thite of ofNew ofNpw
New York went pnt to Montreal today and andtomorrow andtomOrril
tomorrow tomOrril will wi contest contlt in tho International Internationalmatch Internatlonll Internatlonllmalch
match for the the Gordon medal Ilda The Thlstl Thlstltram ThleUt111
tram t111 will wi he made mad up IJ of the followlne Colowll David DavidMorrkoiif DalldIor
Morrkoiif Ior ol A F Dickson Thomas F Wllt V tt ttJnmert I
Jnmert JnmpH Thaw 1hl fklp The other players from fromXew fromXrw
Xew York and Yonkers who ho wont lt with the thepirty
tie tieplrty
pirty were John Johtle Leslie le Forrest FOrlsl McVee 111 Rob Robert RobIrt ¬
ert lloyd lord C Edward Gcorco TV Fcene and andJ nd ndI
J Irt I F Conley Conh In thf thl mntcn porll for tho tho Craw Crawford Crnwroe ¬
ford roe trophy In thU thl city 1int 10At night nlJht between betweenrttca betwlcn betwlcnItl
rttca n nd XPW ew York rinkw th score was tied tiednt
11 t nl
nt Itl midnlulit mlrl1lht < An A the thp deed delc of sift git provides providesthat ted tedlt
that lt tin trophy shall Khal remain Ip1allin in this city prolir1 with without with without ¬
out lat rcenni rClll1 to which hlh t iii 11 of curlers wins winsit winsIt
it It the tie tio wn wal not played plarrc off offPublic or orIuhle
Public Iuhle School Athletic Athlelr Lenpno Plans PlansThe Plansh
The h iniblic Iublr client Athletic Lmgiift IIIIUI has hasannounced hal
announced nnnolmcll that it ndvncntw ndlncatt Sunday S1nda school schoolnthletlc sehnolnthletc
nthletlc nthletc < ami Inl with this Ihl cnd enr In view lll the theleague theleuJu
league leuJu Is I tn make mu e a move this tIIA penson It Itprnpopos ItIlropn
Ilropn prnpopos ps thnt cnch fiimdny Hlncl school shall bal give givetwo givetWO
two tWO Nft fft of eamea Iam om > in II the spring sprlnl and one oneIn I III
In II tlm th fnll rnlIach ench year IAr Till < It U thought thoughtwill thOllht I Iwi
will wi havi In HIP th effect rlfct of lirlnKlnc hrlnrI1 more 10ro boys boysto bO8In
to school nnd Icclilentnlly IvriJpntily take them away awayfrom a1IY a1IYrrom
from mischief In PITK Ilntmly ticvilly all al of the Sun Sunday Sun1y ¬
day 1y school thero may 11 lip lp found a couple couplent COl pie pieIf
nt If m O > familiar r llbJr with uthlotics thltll und thy th y no nodniibt nodoubt
dniibt doubt would lirlp the work wfrk nlong nlonl lly I their theirfodpiTiitlon theircnflrnUollt
fodpiTiitlon cnflrnUollt It is i nsrt > rti > d that thnt cheap grounds groundscould Irounds Iroundsould
could ould be hI Hpciirid eclr1 iiml it prizes offered olrd Then Thentho hln hlntho
tho tho Fehfol snhoolt offering olTrrlnt a fft HI of ff games am1 could In Inpcrt Inrt
pcrt rt nn open opln tIlt vcnt In the the programme Irotrmml which whichwould whichI
would I > lld h > a grmit Irrlt Indiicempnt to the other otherboy othlr othlrhOA
boy hOA Aniithlitic n thlto Iragiic 10aJlp nmong nmonl the 11 Sunday Sundayschools Rlnday Rlndaycfols I
schools cfols has hccn fstnblinhcd stfhllhed in Philadelphia Philadelphiannd Ihlad lhla lhlaInd
nnd Ind has proved pro I ed a I pnccess pnccessWomens PICCCH PICCCHolrn
Womens olrn Trnnls nt Plnrlmrit PlnrlmritPIVEIIUIIST rlnrlnutPrRULIST
PIVEIIUIIST PrRULIST X C Feb 17 Mian 1B Fanny FannyHeffflflngpr fanny fannyIllefllrr
Heffflflngpr Illefllrr of Minneapolis MllnrnpolR today toIlay won WOI the thethird thethird
third event In II tho winters wlnterl scries lerlcs of tennis tennlstournaments tennistournament
tournaments womens womPIs Mingles Hlnllcl for the Holly HollyInn Holy HolyInn
Inn cup ClP defeating dr lltnl Miss 1s Edith dlth Burnett of ofNew ofcw
aret
New cw Haven Haven1lrst Ilvln IlvlnIr
1lrst Ir t Uound HoundMI Ml Fanny n Heltelrtniter Jclclin er Mlnnonpo MlnnonpoHi nnCPo
Hi 11 beat belI Mlw MI Klornce tlor nct Bradbury Iradhu Providence ProVldtncto
0 1 63 6 a MI I Iamb I mb New York beat Mljs 13 B BKddy
Kddy Union 1lon 03 04 14 Mli MI Htlcn Hrlcl Barneit OartL New NewHaven SewHaen
Haven bent MlM MI Kalhrrlne Iwmb New ew York
03 6361 6I Miss MI Kdlth I dlh llarnelt JmI New Haven a bye byeScml byl
Scml emHllal rinal Miss m Hcildllnicr IITrllaaer beat Miss MIs Lamb Lambn3 Lmb
n3 13 n2 12 MM I Kdlth 1lh Marnctt lare beat Miss Helen
Ilarnetl larnrl ln 1 62B3 62B3Final c 713
Final 1101 Round nnund111 ULu HeUeinnser lltelloger beat Miss 1 Bar Barnclt AMnet
nclt net 53 03 tl tlHarlem 11 11Jarlcm
Harlem Jarlcm Yacht aclt Club Cut Chlnlu Changes Its N Namt Namtfhl me meThe
The fhl members memblra of tho Hnrlpm Ilrlem Yacht Club Clubnt Clubat
nt a recent meeting mllUnl decided to changn chanJo the thename thenille
name nille of the club to tho City CII Island laIn ld Yncht YnchtClub YdchtCilh
Club Cilh Tills Thil was wal done becaunn blcauo the head headquarters hrRdflarl ¬
quarters flarl rs of the the club are now at City Island Islandnnd Isllnd Isllndnnd
nnd the th Harlem Harllm quartern IIUrterH urn Iro only used u ld as asn a8 a8n
n nliib Itlll etntion ptton The 1h twentythird twntthlrd annual annualrcgattn annualrlJutta
rcgattn rlJutta of the club will wi he sailed slled on Decoration Dpcorltlon
Day Power boat racing rncng Is going 101n to bo bl tnken tnkenup tnkpnup
up by the thl members mrmhprs this thll season SlIS0n nnd Vice Ice
Commodore Commorop Hlohnrd Rlchlrd TVebber has his anc offered o erpd a
handsome trophy trph for races raCtA for these boats boatsClcn boatl boatlrn
Clcn rn Monnroli onartI Champlnn Dulldoc D Dlad DladOSTOS d dnosTox
nosTox OSTOS Feb 17 17Gln Glen Monarch the theAmerican theAmerIcan
American champion bulldog blidog owned by b
Thomas Thnmal TV Liiwuon LwHon is dead The announce announcement announcempnt ¬
ment mpnt was Wal ent nt out 011 from Drenmwold the
Lnwson Block farm
tonight n nM follows rol
The Ameriojil AmrlfI1 champion bulldog Olen Olen < wl
Monarch lonlrlh wn w shipped shIppe from the bUldog New York Yorkshow YorkAhow
show on Hunrtny flmdn In perfect plrlct condition but on
the arrival of tho train triin at Drcamwold Drllmwola conditon ha was
found dead In his
hlf box Olen Opn Monarch won
bred by TV C Codman Cod mAn of Providence Povldencl from fromwhom WI
whom Mr r Lawson Lwson purchased him for 3800
I
OJfXS OIFS TO 10 JEWISH CHAniTtES CHAniTtESDeqne OHAITIBS OHAITIBSDequHUot
DequHUot Deqne t of Mbre l Thkn Ta ttO 00 00 Mode Mae tr trthe bJtie
the tie WIot Will of lx Lul > al G Gans GansThe IM IMThe
The will li of Louis Qana Gl vfhodled ho die on Feb 6 6was 6wafle
wafle was filed orLu tpr or probate yesterday ye ray It I dis disposes dl ¬
poses po of a large rg osUte O te much mloh of f which whob goet goetIn ge
In charitable bequests mainly man to Hebrew Hebrewinstitutions Hebrw Hebrwllttuton
chrltblebut
institutions llttuton The principal principl bequest buet Is I of
1250 25000 to t the Monteflore MontOor Home for Chronio ChronioInvalids Chnlo ChnloInvids
Invalids Invids The other oter charitable chrltble bequests bequestswith beuet beuetwth
with wth their amounts amout follow followMount fQlow fQlowMoutt
Hebrew Mount Moutt Slnol Sina Hospital 10pltl 12500 Hebrew 125 250ft Shelerlnl United UnitedOuurdlan Unied UniedHebrew
Ouurdlan UUlrdlnn Charites Society 1250 25ix > Hebrew Orphan OrphanAsylum Orphn OrphnASYlln1250
Asylum 12500 Jewish Theological 1heololcal Seminary Seminar
ASYlln1250
12500 S25 Home for Aged and Infirm Jnlrm He Hebrews 11 ¬
brews 11000 Hebrew Technical Institute InstituteStOOO In8tlutt
StOOO Educational 10 Alliance 1000 Beth BethIsrael etl
10 Alanc 10
Israel Hospital 10Plal talatonll JlOOO 10 Lebanon Lbaon Hospital HospitalDthlcal Hospial HospialSO
Colored rp n Afylum SIO Opme Opmelh
lh SO CheBd Mocltl Uo and lodety tor I IIthlcl
Dthlcal Ithlcl Culture Clur Uo 1000 1000The
The above Institutions are ar all alln in this th city cityThe clt cltThe
Te
The following rolowing Intuton bequests beuest are ar made mae to In Institutions Instutons ¬
stitutions stutons outside outide of New York YorkHebrew YorkIlbrw
Hebrew Ilbrw Union College ClegoClnclnnal Cincinnati Ohio Oho OhoS25
2500 Hebrew Widows and Orphans Home HomeNow HomeSew
S25
Now Orleans OrieM Lu LI IJOOO 10 Ladles Auxiliary AuxiliarySociety Auxiary AuxiaryHoCet
Society Tnnpe THnp1 EminuE1 EmmlEI Helena Mon Monvx
HoCet vx > and Hebrew Hebrw Henevolent fnevolent Society Socety Helena HelenaMon Helen
Mon 100 100The o
Ilon The he testator directed dirte his h executors eeutor and andtrustees ad adtrutees
trustees trutees Isaac Ia Oppenhelmer Oppneimer John Franken Frankenheimer Frnen Frnenhelmer
heimer and anl Edward Ewar A Merdian llerln to dis distribute di ¬
tribute in their discretion disrton 120 2000 among amongthe amongthe
the deserving dorvlng poor of Helena Mon 11000 11000village 11000among
among the Jwisb poor oUlr Ganss native nativevillage
village Neustadt Bohemia and 1500 1500among 500 500among
among the deserving nonJewish poor of ofthe ofthe
the same village The Rev Drs K Kohler Kohlerand Kohlerand
and 8 Schulman both of this city are left
1500 500 each and a number of the employees employeesof
of Cans Jk Klein of Helena are remembered rememberedMr
Mr Oanss wife Fannie died a year ago agoand agoand
and in a codicil he loaves 1Z500 3500 more more to the theMonteflore thelIonteJlore
Monteflore Home to found a perpetual bed bedin bedIn
in memory of MID Cans Canspected OansThe
The ball1IlCO of the estate which Is ex expected
pected to be about 500000 is divided dividedamong dividedamong
among numerous relatives of the testator testatoran testatorand
an annow and his adopted daughters Sarah G Hackes Hackesnow
now at Munich Bavaria and LoUie O OHoufner GHoufner
Houfner who Is living IIvln at Leipzig Saxony SaxonyNone SaxonyNone
None of the testators relatives seems to tohave tohave
have been forgotten The residuary estate estateis
is I divided Into ten parts of which four each eachare eachare
are bequeathed to Sarah G Hackes and andHackes aidLottiE
LottiE G Houfner and two to Everett L LHackes
Hackes HackesOIlJECTED
OBJECTED TO Ill lIlArEn AVER
Why by the Walters tnlon Left the National NationalAlliance NaUonaiAlIIaneeSeiueDllnt
Alliance AlIIaneeSeiueDllnt Settlement Turned Down DownIt 0011It
It developed yesterday after a stormy stormymeeting stormymeeting
meeting of the Amalgamated Waiters WaitersUnion WoltefsUnion
Union in Schuetzen Hall St Marks place placethat pla e ethat
that this organization which formerly formerlybelonged fonnerlybelonged
belonged to the Waiters National Alliance Alliancewas
was expelled from the alliance because becausethe becausethe
the latter insisted on < opening its meetings meetingswith meetingswlthprayer
with wlthprayer prayer and the union wouldnt have it itThe ItThe
The meeting meetln was called to ratify the thesettlement thesettlement
settlement brought about by President PresidentCompere PresidentGompers
Compere of the American Federation of ofLabor ofLabo
Labor before his de departure rturo for Porto Rico RicoThe RicoThe
The settlement was turned clown on the theground thepround
ground that it did not provide for the theWaiters theindhichial
indhichial recognition of theAIIUII amated amatedWalters
Waiters Union and that it directed that thatall thatall
all per capita taxes owing by its members memberssince memblrssince
since the unions expulsion should bo paid paidA
A committee was appointed to make counter counterproposals counterpropoMls
proposals proposalsThe
The question of opening the meeting meetingwith m llng llngwith
with prayer was not touched upon in thoterms tho tMterms
terms of settlement but nn A the alliance alliancecontinues alllRn e econfinues
continues to observe the rule if a seitle seitlerrtent ApIlitn1lnt
rrtent is reached the Amalgamated waiters waiterswill lIllerswill
will have another kick to make makeFIVE maklFI1E
FIVE PERISH ix 1 A i rim rimMother TImUolher
Mother and Her Children Ilnrnril at the theNew thlNewtornell
New Newtornell Cornell Dam Dtmnoof noof Falls Falllln In on Them ThemCBOTONONHDDBON ThemCJOTONNIIUDBON
CBOTONONHDDBON Feb 17On Tues Tuesday Tueday ¬
day night an Italian family living at the thenow thenew
now Cornell dam two and a hulf tnilea tnileafrom millAfrom
from this village in a part known as Little LittleItaly IhlleItaly
Italy were ere awakened and found Co nd the lower lowerpart lowerpart
part of their homo on fire The family familywhich familywhich
which consisted qf James Currettl his wife wifewho wlCewho
who was about to become a mother and andsix andsix
six other children and some Italian board boarders boarderll ¬
ers lived In the uppor part of the house houseand houleand
and tried to escape The fire had Rained Rainedsuch
such headway that escape was impossible impossiblevay hl1ro sihle
by wa vay of tho stairs talr and the boulders bouldersjumpea bOaldeljumped
jumped from windows windowsThe windowsIM
The father taking one of the children in inhis inhis
his arms jumped from the window calling callingto
to his wife Ie to drop tho other children to tohim 10him
him Before this could be done the roof roofcaved rootcavld
caved in carrying the mother and five fivechildren fivechildren
children down in the flames whero thoy thoyall thoyall
all perished The house was burned to the theground thoground
ground This Thi morning the ruins wcro wcrosearched Vcrfearched
searched and the bones of the victims re recovered reo reocovered ¬
covered The father was n skilled mason masonon
on the new Cornell C < rnell dam damHOCKEY darolIOCKEr
HOCKEY HOCKEYColumbia lIOCKErtolomblai
Columbia Team Wins a Fast Game aml From FromPrinceton FromIrlneeton
Princeton PrincetonColumbia IrlneetonColumbia
Columbia and Princeton met in a hockey hockeymltcti hocke hockemlltch
mltcti In the St Xlcholna Skating lllnk List Listnight L18tnleht
night nnd Columbia won on scoring 3 goals goalsto Ifoalsto
to Princetons 1 The game was a rather nn nnerratic IInpn
erratic pn tlo one At times the Princeton players playerswould plntrBlrould
would have things nil their own way ll but butwould butwould
would fail nt tho critical moment This Thiswas Thlewal
was largely due to Von on Bermutlis good work workIn
In front of the goal oal Columbia showed up uppoorly lippoor
poorly poor at team work but Dudtn Cook nnd nndCallaghan ondCaUuihan
Callaghan made several hard attacks on their theiropponents tIelropponents
opponents goal lion I and among amon them succeeded succeededIn
In winning the game With coaching both bothteams bothteam
teams would do better The men nre all alleood allroOlI
eood skaters and have lots lot of nerve Cn Cnbut Columbla
lumbla ehould hllo medl > a Inrcrlr ACOrtl ACOrtlbut
but Just Iu t when wanted trie the anchor wns WII not notIn notIn
In front of the cage and Chlslett was ablo ablllto abllltoknock to toknock
knock tho pucU away awayDiidcn a wt
Diidcn and Purnill fared off and In less than thana thanIIlUlnut I
a IIlUlnut mlniitt Duden secured the puck nnd rushed rushedIt
It toward Princeton goal He 11 shot Chls Chlslett Chisleft ¬
left stopped the puck hut boforo he could couldgot couldIIct
got It away awn Cook rushed in and pent It Into Intothe Intothp
the net This his made mil de Columbias rooters very veryenthusiastic Or Oronthueiasflo
enthusiastic Then the play PiA was w very Ir open openfor oplntor
for several minute nnd Akin and LevU LevUy le legetting
getting too MrrnllOlIA were 8Pnt to Iho hrnch hrnchb
b y Heferce Rusflell RusflellShortly HUSACUShortlY
Shortly before tho end of the half Lnvins Lnvinsshot ltl11ISshot
shot for a goal Von Bermuth stopped thn thnpuck thopuck
puck and then left tho cage to try tfto to sr > nd ndtho ndtho
tho rubber away awa Before he could reach reachIt
It Purnell sent it Into the net and the score scorewns scorens
wns ns tied tiedIn tlpdIn
In the second half ench nch side Id had rhnncen rhnncenscore rhllncflto
to score but the players were setting trp Ifrld IfrldPrlnclton < j jPrlncetonn
Prlncetonn men showed the effects of the thework th thwork
work and Columbias players being fresher fresherkept rrlhtrkppt
kept the puck In Princeton territory tlrrltor most mo t of ofThe otthp
thp tImf
The winning If oil 001 I was scored by b Cook ook after n rter
Jludin had taken the puck up Just heforn hefornthe hlfom hlfomthe
the end of the game Cook again scored on a apass apails
pass from Akin AkinColumbia AklaColum
Columbia Colum II PotUMn i Prtnrnon Prlnrrlnnon
Von on Ilerauth Goal Chlslett
Benedict Point K1 KIIIII
Jackson Cover point Zahnelser
Akin Forward iM JllIke J
CalUwhan Forward torward Purnell
Uuded Forward forward ievl
Cook Forward J riiillmever riiillmeverCalUuhan JlIlInle er
Score ScortColumbl5 Columbia 3 Princeton I Oo OaalsDy ljuy
Cook 3 Pumell Refere < vW W Iluuell Hockey
Club of New ew York Time of halves o minutes
A hockey came wn wnA plnypd lust III t nlslit nllrht In n
tho tle Clermont Avenue Ulnk Brooklyn ronknln In which whichtho
tho t If St Paul School seven ciimo up II from
larrten City nnd crossed cro ld Btleka with W lh tho
Iolytechnlc Preparatory School team The
first half ended with tho score 2 to l In favor favorof taloror
of the Oardcn City team Try after try belnir belniretopped
etopped In thenecond the pcond half thorn th rn wan imother imotherncore llooihlrscore
score period and St PiiiJln won by n sinclo sincloffoal elngleIroal
ffoal ffoalAt
At Mount Ternon rnonMount Mount Pleasant Acad Academy Academy ¬
emy S Mount Vernon Hlnh School 2 2H 2nlillard
nlillard
H Schroeder IDS In his game with J JKeanc 1 1Kl4ne
Keanc n scratch man last night established establishedtwo
two new records In the nmnteur handicap
14Inch balk line tournament nt the Knicker ¬
bocker bock r Academy Brooklyn llii UI average prage of
41338 13 38 Is the best single average made Hinco
the tourney began and his game was 111 the
fastest played as he defeated his opponent
In thirtyeight Innings InningsSchroeder InnlnlrlScbrotder
Schroeder 1852 168 J 00 O O S o o o t u 2 14 18 i
1 0 2 Ii 8 08 0 > 2 U IS I 0 I 8 10 8
J Ii 0 li 1 2 8 4 4 6 D 2 Total 16S Average erart 4 ISag1 ISag1Hlrh 1338
J Hlrh I < h rumid is 14 14Keane UKtaoe
Keane 3001 20011 11 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 0 2 4 20 2 0
132 I 8 2 I1 112 2 133 18 8J 14 1 10 I o 00 o it 0 1 1 07 o 0
l 0 Tot TOIaI 72 Xvernge Aerart 1 34si 34S Hub run run
14 19 7 7At L LAt
At the Broadway Billiard Academy last
night George 81oson and Arthur Townsend
played an exhibition content at 18Inch balk
line tneki tnekitwo two twoI shots In Slosson won tlie gnnn
making ma n his h I soo points bi fifteen Innings Innln Slo
ion Icored scored high runs of 75 1 65 and SO Towns
tnd endj M total wa 12 126 nolnts and his average
II A run of 85 tI points was his highest t
Scores all over
UNITED CIGAR STORES STORESWEVE
One always in si si1EVE
WEVE 1EVE received more than tha thaperfect n one nice nIce compliment com sell r rample nt about thefull the theperfect
perfect condition condr 1 of the cigars we sell Its 5 Just just an experfect ex example ¬
ample of the care we w take e to please the smoker to give him theVI the thefull
full enjoyment and solace so ace of good tobacco tobacco Our cto ur methods an anperfect arpge
perfect and we invite in VI t e you to be the judge J Ud ge
Gen BraddockDlplomatleos Braddock BraddockDlplomatleoa
Dlplomatleoa DlplomatleoaBox Box of 25 25A 100 100A 1 00
A mild delightful smoke smokemade made by hand handSumatra handSumatra
Sumatra wrapper 6 for 25c over our ourcounters ourcounters
counters The usual 3 for 25c cigar cJ r in inquality inI
I quality qualityPalma qualityPalma
Palma de Cuba CubaLondres CubaLoDdreS
BoxolOO Box Londres LondresBoxolOO 01 GO GOClear 300 300Clear 3 00
Clear Havana Londres of this size and andcharacter andcharacter
character arc sold the world over for lOc lOcstraight IDestraight
straight Our price 6c Worth double
Palma de Cuba CubaAlmost CUbalSOaq8e111
lSOaq8e111 1SOc 01 10 10Almost 050
Almost a Puritino in size exclusively of ofCuban orCuban
Cuban groWn tobacco of the better grade gradestands aradestands
stands right out as worth a dime dimeLillian 04 04UlUan
Lillian Russell RussellThe
The Genuine Highgrade nickel cigar C aar Our Ourprice Olrprice
price 3c each
THROUGH OUR UAT MArDt Thnt T1It pricti Mid good anytehtrt In < n Hit th Unittd State t Send e ea eaORDERDEP < u uORDER
ORDERDEP ORDER DEPARTMENT BTIlEYI check or monty order to th FlaUron Fl flron SuildtAg Am York YorkMention TokMlnllon
Mention ituuU Qf cigar prferrccl prferrcclUNITED prerre prerreUNITED
UNITED CIGAR STORES CO
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Or OPE V LETTER TO PALLAS PALLASMunicipal PALLAfIInnlelpal
Municipal Art Society Soeet Telli Him What bat It ItThinks ItThInks
Thinks of Advertisement In tbc Parks ParksThe ParksThe
The Municipal Art Society ban written writtento
to Park Commissioner Pallas publicly publiclyand publiclyand
and strongly condemning your short shortsighted shortsighted ¬
sighted action in granting a permit to place placescreaming placescreaming
screaming advertisements on the boarding boardingon boardingaround
around the new ublic library and abutting abuttingon
on Bryant park Beauty says the society societys soclet socleta
s not a politica 1 question and it goes on onYou OUl
You l as Parfc Commissioner ommis loner are intrusted intrustedassMs Intrustwlwith
with ollhli t e care or SOIDt or the chief lIt hello helloaM
assMs aM ts of the city You spend millions to tomake tomake
make the parks beautiful If they Iht were weremeant wcremtant
meant merely for breathing epaecs and andcrrounds andollnd
crrounds ollnd for physical pxercltw thero I her would wouldbe lrollidbe
be no m nd > cd to lay layout out lovely loel lawns la lIs woods woodnand woodsanlt
and walks alk But what Is the food of pre preserving pr prtin ¬
serving andJtnprovinir fine tin views In the thePllrks thePllrksIf parks parksIf
If ull around Moun them arc ar clarlntr advertisements advertisementsof
of giant siz slJ that commit assault and battery batteryupon batteryulIgn
upon tho pyos YI s sThl8
This IK so so evident that the power has actu actui
I nil been ghen la retuso
yo II by to per
i i mlwioa for the erection of advertising signs signsI signs signsI
I adjacent to any park PltrkI
I Your first Important act under this power powerI
I I shocks all those who tak n patriotic dpllght dpllghtj
j i in Improving tho city You not only fall fallto tallto
to defend our treasures by attacking tlm Iheld IheldverU81nll ad advertising ¬
bjlIttacklnl
vertising horrors that still exist within thlll the thearea thenreA
area you ou can c n protect but you actively en encourage n ncour4ie
courage disfigurement dlsI urempnt by undoing uo olng tho work workof workof
of your predecessor pr < JrCIRSOr lou nr 11m appointed appointedto
to prolerf instead you abet the enemy enemyAnd
And what eioiiso do O yonoffer A picayune picayunei picayuneIncoma
i Incoinu to the city cUI Was IIS ever i more penny pennywise pennI
I wise and pound foolish pollpy New tJl York Vorksir YorkIIlr
sir is rich enough to dispense tJ with Ih the cop copl
I l pers of th vulgarians who would rOld llko to blot blotj
i j out the sun Itself It lf with hideous announce IInnOllnrlment8
1 rnents of their medicines corsets and whis whisi
I i keya keyai
ker3We
i we are specially disappointed with you as asa a aa
a labor man By this act you 01l have given giveni hen hennound
i ground for those who carp at wage alfe earners earnersns
ns too narrow minded and uneducated for forImportant
Important positions po itlon You seem to say en that thati
I i you havn hnvAno no eye for beauty beltnt no CAre for seem seemI KeemInllls
I llness 1011 We W had hoped you would represent representthe reprp pllt plltth
the th best wntiment of the wageworkers in inI Intitter
I fitter fashion fashionMMIE rl hlon hlon1ltIIXE
MMIE INTELLIGENCE INTELLIGENCEI
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FOR UPTOIT HEADQUARTERS HEADQUARTERSCommissioner
Commissioner McAdoo Wanted tn Have HaveIt
It nitllt on Some Public Square SquareIt
It has been known for somo time that thatPolice
Police Commissioner McAdoo docs not notfavor
favor the site selected for tho new Police PoliceHeadquarters
Headquarters According to the present presentplans
plans tho building is to be at Broomc Grand Grandand
and Centre streets on tho sito of the old oldCentre
Centre Market A story tliat Mr McAdoo McAdoowould
would oppose the plan caused him yester yesterday ¬
day to issue this statement statementIf
If the site selected is final nnd irrevocable irrevocableand
and that is the place where this building
is to be erected then 1 would officially accept
the plans approved by the Art CommiMlon CommiMlonand
and would not dealro the question reopened
If tho question of site liowBverj IB open openthen
then 1 am In grave doubt ns to tho wisdom wisdomof
of putting the Police Heidiuartt < rs In the theproposed
proposed locality
If a new site Is selected of course new newplans
plans wilt have to be made to adapt them themto
to the situation My doubt ns to the wl dom domof
of selecting thn present Site Tias restrained restrainedme
me from asking tho Aldermtn to act on the thematter
matter or issue bonds to pay for tho pro proposed ¬
posed bu Idlng Personally 1 would prefer
16 have the Headquarters erected on or near nearsome
some of the public squares preferably Mnd Mndson
son Herald or Iongacre IongacreSUWMERFIELD8
SUWMERFIELD8 REFERENCES REFERENCESPhiladelphia
Philadelphia lien Whose Nanifs He IttA IttASay
Say They Acver Saiv Him HimPUILADELPIIIA
PUILADELPIIIA Feb 17 Detective DetectiveTinker
Tinker of Xew York was in this city lo loduy
duy investigating tlio Philadelphia end of ofLarry
Larry Summerflelds latest swindling swindlingscheme
scheme to defraud William C Luther of ofGeorgia
Georgia It uppwirs that Summerfleld in inhia
hia correspondence with Luther furnished furnishedtie
tie names of A A Hayden troaeurpr of ofthe
the Consolidated Exchange and Addison AddisonO
O Potter of this city as reference They
told cho detective that they had never neverseen
seen Summerfleld and that he hnd used usedtheir
their names without authority
As a result of tho detectives visit to this thiscity
city an additional charge of using thn mails mailsunlawfully
unlawfully will be instituted against Suin Suinmerfleld
merfleld merfleldDrlck
Drlck Frit on lib Head 5WK 5WKSimon
Simon Troll a carpenter got a verdict verdictfor
for 5500 yesterday in the Supreme Court Courtagainst
against tho Pelham Hod Elevator Company Companyas
as compensation for Injuries ho received receivedthrough
through the falling of a brick upon hia
head headAlways
Always Remember the Full Name Nameaxative
axative axativeCures
Cures CoW in One Day Grin in 2 Days DaysG
G j en v ry ryHORSES
HORSES AND CAIIIUAGK9
Established 1867 1867TAN
TAN TASSEU A KUARMETX KUARMETXAuction
Auction Sale SaleOr
Or HORSES ASD CAItRIAGES CAItRIAGESARE
ARE HELD REOULAFtLY EVHRY EVHRYTUESDAY
TUESDAY AMI IIII DAY DAYCommencing
Commencing nt 10 oclock
AT THEIR HORSF AUCTION MART
130 and 132 Eut 13th St StBetween
Between Third and Fourth Aves New York
Catalogues ready morning of each sale J > iir iirehasers
ehasers will always nnd a large and Interesting
list to select from fromThose
Those desiring to sell c n make rarlei t tay
ay time up to S P II the d y before the tale taleSIKMS
SIKMS 4LSO ItniMTUIlK VANS AT UKn
FOIID WAGON WOIIKS 754760 nEDFORD
AVBnOOKLT TE 1311 WiXUAMS WiXUAMSGREAT
GREAT SLAUOHTEIt SALP In horse blanket blanketrobes
robes and shaft bellsnow going on at PETERS
HAIIVHSS SADDLEHY CO fS Wwt Hroadwiiy
near Chambers St upstairs They rauat be sold soldPLItUC
PLItUC NOTICES NOTICESDEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT OF STRFET CLEANING
New York February A 1004
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEBEUY < JlVli tliat
written applications for noncompetitive examina ¬
tions for the following positions on the steam lump lumpen ¬
en Cinderella Asclicnbroedel and Ceneren
tola pursuant to a resolution ol the Municipal
Civil Service adopted January 27 11XM approved
by the State civil Service CommissionFebniray
a WM will be received at the Main Office of tho
nepartrnent of Street Cleaning on the fourteenth
floor of No 1321 Iark now Room No Hi o
ednesdaya of each week at 2 1 U
3 Masters
3 Mates MatesA
A Marine Fndnemen
13 Deckhands
12 Firemen FiremenNljned
Nljned JOHN McGAW WOODHURV WOODHURVCommissioner
Commissioner CommissionerMEDICAL
MEDICAL MEDICALr
PUBLIC NOTICE
r Dr L E Williams 16S v 34tb st the worldn
freatest specialist SueceMfmiy
continues w cure cureand
and all Mens Disease nU 30 yenrit of sucreiifui
cures Is your guarantee Consult him free to dis disAj9uiyKEST
Aj9uiyKEST PERMANENT CURE In dliease dlieasethose
those deslrlnjr only ilrat elaw aclentlilo treatment
should call The leading specialist Ur BONSCHHR BONSCHHRJi1
Ji1 SCHROEDEH female specialists specialistsprivate
private MO East Wib it
FOR SALE SALEKDII
KDII TOP TOPDESKS
DESKS DESKSnnd
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T O SELLEW
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w nIin Ves afesboutat afesboutatNEW
NEW PlIIIIfHINK HILVKH COINSBe utlhiI utlhiIplerrs
plerrs Sent by rezlstneil mail In exch nte for forT
T O Jinx yfi Manila t tnilllinr
nilllinr and l > ool Tables 6Uillr 6Uillrmudo
mudo lilfUrride good I4 nt ntnlnj
nlnj rnurjTe durable cuialoas
1 lerler e t IsSO IDS K < 1 lfr St StSl
Sl FEET OAK SHOW CASES 110 each or I
for 58 JKNKINP 4B7 Mh lv lvTYPKlVniTER
TYPKlVniTER M standard m Uw rented rentedand
and kept tn perfect order Ribbon and Und Undfree
free Mavhlnei hl from twenty to fifty percent
Ic4 < than manufMturcrs prices and covered witti wittiour
our usial yearly piftrtntee Cash or montalv montalvnoymcuts
noymcuts F Vebster Company 311 Broadwty
TM SJin Frnklln
All Make MakeMil
Mil I irLlllllll110 Lowest Price
CM An > siylc nrbullt Guaranteed
tLLL TMo Tyocvvritor Exchanga ExchangaIt
It IlarcUr ht Telephone 1131 CartUndt CartUndtI
I SIKClALOKrERTypewrlters ny
f MJII rentcJ 1260 to 4 All rent rentapmica
apmica If bought within li months monthsGENERAL
GENERAL riPEniUTEI riPEniUTEIn riPEniUTEIEXCHANGE
EXCHANGE
a n Dnudwiy Cor Pnrb Pl ie ieltulni
ltulni Oolltsei OolltseiBUSINESSJb
BUSINESSJb BUSINESSJbSHORTHAND
SHORTHAND If IfAX
AXnMILLER MILLER MILLER1I33IJ3S
AX OLI SCHOOL AXn
1I33IJ3S linOADWAY Cor J th St V T TUAACINO
UAACINO ACADEMIES ACADEMIESDONTII
DONTII A WALLFLO1TEB WALLFLO1TEBTU
TU leap year younc man
Arid nobody knows
How soon some weet Ctrl
May brace up and propoii propoiiPrepare
Prepare wolle y6u e n
Dont mlaf a ood chance
The zlrls have no us
For a man who cant dance dancePerfeet
Perfeet tilde waltz ialf time and two step pojl
lively euaranteed In six prtvite lfwon wltb music musicror
ror is The lessons may be taken at your con conVfnltnce
Vfnltnce any day mornlnir afternoon or ev evHOWES
HOWES Prime jlanclnt School SchoolHARVARD
HARVARD niILDINO niILDINOI1ETWEEN4IST
I1ETWEEN4IST AK 4ID ST5
HARVARD ACADEMY
116 AM 111 If ESV as
ED JFINNEGAN DIRECTOR DIRECTORThe
The Ifadlne dunrlnj academy of all Nei York
Accessible attractive spacious jmpular and al alwajs
wajs the best patronlxed Extensive atleratlons atleratlonsand
and Improvements have Just been completed completedre
re IIy enlartlnc the door apace tnd lncre ln lnan
an < 1 Convenience of our pupils
Glide and halftime wIUea taught taughtMISS
MISS McCABES
Danclne School 112 114 It it West lath St StDI
DI s 2 ° Uot th Av L autloa
Private tnd class lessons dall B nn an n nntSIEW
ntSIEW CIIANCCH CIIANCCHwho
who will consider tlio Invvstment of tnelr funds fundsm
m manufactiirlnir or commercial business when whencement
cement amp capllal and a welUictermtne1 welUictermtne15t
5t K DI ln M Investment should re reSI
SI 1 f ° w iiP e ured by a preferred lien on
tb a < witfl or 10 when the common risk of thf thfto
to slocknoldert In canh have been JMono wnlrii wnlrii5J
5J SSf llout lyiMinuallw tho rasli dividend dividendwas
< > was lli CASXlLS M IAINE Com Commerclil
merclil Investments s Ilroad st room im imA
A LIVERV IIUSIVESS centrally located trtth trtthan
an Investment of about I2000 anrt no debts whldi
has been earning over V annually desires to tooil
oil mme treasury stoclt to enable the company companyfrty
frty biislnes ei eimoney
money even 7
UELIAIILE box tl Sun office officeriR
riR CENT 1IONUH FOH SALEA Urge
Southern siiitar concern offers A limited amount amountwill
will bear strict Investigation best of coramerclnl coramerclnlrofcrcnoM
rofcrcnoM furnlihwl VartiJars t ton
on the market to iln tills properlj must h iarit iaritcapital
capital will cither borrow or take as partner tfios
Interested E F AllUOUR 102 McUoujkl t tl5
urooxlyn
l5 INTEREST INTERESTurooxlyn
PAID ON iposrrs iposrrsm1
m1 2t nitr < VPouml < rt semlannunlly noUITA
DLE rtANKINr ANI1 IXAN CO Mafon ia iaWATCHES
WATCHES A D JEWEIlt Y YAWEhKIA
AWEhKIA payments flni diamonds watch watchguaranteed
guaranteed lowest prlrei hinlnew rondd ntlsl
CJ wrJ or nhone WATCH SVIPIV CO
Tlue Maldrn Lane LaneOENTLEMENS
OENTLEMENS CLOTHFNO to ordct II wteklr

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