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I I Tbm n Ioin 11 I the Veil OUt GI of the LAW S SJustice Sal SalJI S1I
I JI Justice J JUoe Gaynor and Yet It Ii I JV JVAverred Not NotAverred
1 Averred In Any of the Afllclavl Afllclavli AmdaTitaCOurt dvlti dvltif
f i < Court Asks the Lawyer for BriefSupreme Brief DrletSupreme DriefuI
I Supreme Court Justice JU8 oe VrTUlain J Ga Ganor Oay Oaynorln OayS
S j nor norln In Brooklyn yesterday beard argument argumeiin argUment argUmentin argumentlit
in the case of Frank FrankDlUon Fran Dillon and Edwai EdwaiFoole Edward EdwarcI
I Poole membors memborsof of the Brooklyn boaebateam boaeba b8oballteam bMeba1J
J team who were charged with violation violationtie 01 01Sunday < r rthe
tie Sunday law 1LW by participating par olpatlng in tfc tfcgame the thegalnatW8h1ngton tbgamG
game galnatW8h1ngton at Washington Park on Sunday Ma May Ma2aTb1a1a
2 2aTb1a1a This la the theoaaewhlch case which by an undeistanding under understi understd1ng
standing sti idfng was to bo made a test of th thlegality tho tholegauty t1if
f legality of ball playing on Sunday whe whemoney when whenmoner wheri
i money is required for admission admissionBernard adm1ssionDornardJ adxnIionThrnrd
Bernard J York oounsel for tho Brook Brooklyn BrookIllBoa Brookr
r lyn IllBoa Baseball ball Club moved for the discharg dischargof disohargoor
of tho accused on the ground that there wa wano W8noallogatlon wano
> no noallogatlon allegation that the peace and ropose o othe of ofth8 othe
the Sabbath bbatl1 had been disturbed by thi thigame thor
r I game game He cited Justice Gaynors own doclalpn do dQ4cWonln docWon
clalpn cWonln In which ho held that such an olio olioRation aliepa nileI
I Ration pa on must appear la the complaint andy anc ancalso and andals
y also als cited a II similar decision In a like cast castby C80by oaoby
by Justice Barnard sixteen years ago agoJathere agooJ agoathem
oJ Jathere thero no nnallogaUori allegation In the complaint complainthat complaintth complaintthat
that th ttl1oro there baa been a disturbance of the thetranquillity thetranquillity therauquillity
tranquillity of Sunday Bunda asked Justice JustloGaynor JusticeOaY1or JuaUooftnor
Gaynor GaynorWe OaY1orWe ftnor
We cannot successfully maintain thai thaithere thatthoro jia jiathere
there Is 1 1srep1lec1 replied District Attorney Clarke ClarkeI
I amso Informed by Police Captain White WhiteBO
t BO If tfthia this complaint ia to stand or ortali fall by that thatw4hedtlt thatw thatwueoutot
w4hedtlt w It dutocourt of court for wo are absolutely absolutelyunable absolutelyunbloto
1 unable unbloto to show by tho people in the vicinity viclnltjthat vicinitythat vicinitythat
that they are disturbed by Sunday base baseball bas basebails 4 4ba1l ¬
ball bails bailsI
I ballJusticeGaynor JusticeGaynor sold that he had abso absolutely absoutelyno abeohitely ¬
lutely utelyno no Intention of differing with the de decision d dcWonof docWon ¬
cision cWonof of Justice Barnard In the Dennin Dennircase DenninCBe Dennincaa
case caa but on the contrary intended to stand standby standbyit standr
r by byit It being forced to do so vfhethor yhoth hoLhr r he hewanted her bewonted
r II wanted to or notMr not notMr DotI
I Mr York contended that the mere fact factthat factit factthat
it that Dillon and Poole were ere paid for their theliservices theirervioes
services mode no difference for to declare declarethem dlolare1j declarethem
1j them guilty would be in effect to hold that thatthe thatt thatthe
the Sunday shows at Conoy Island were un unlawful unlawful unlawful ¬
t
+ lawful lawfulBaseball lawfulBasoball lawfulBasoball
Basoball playingsaid Mr York to tostead inst 1nstead
st stead ad of being injurious to morals has e egood B Bgood ar
good influence and goes toward botteicitizenship better bettercitizenship bettorcitizenship
r
citizenship We now recognize the neces necessity DOC08lIit necossiW ¬
sity lIit for innocent recreation n on Sunday SundayNo SundayNoono SundayNo
Noono No one in the vicinity of Washington Park ParVcomplains ParkoomplAlne ParkI
I complains that their religious liberty U Udisturbed Is Isdisturbed
4 disturbed and it i tis is necessary to go mllce mllcefrom nilicei nlllMfrom
i from the grounds to get some one aa a awitness awltn088 ar
witness In this proceeding proceedingDistrict proceedingDistrict procoediugDistrict
r District Attorney Clarke said that the theonly tbeonly theonly
only point that interested him as a proseoutlngofficerwaswheretho prose prosecuting prOBeoutlngoffioor18 ¬
cuting outlngoffioor18 outlngofficerwaswheretho officer was where the playing of base baseball baseballonSlinday baseT ¬
T ball ballonSlinday on Sunday was a violation of the law lawthe lawtilO
1 the complaint had b bPen > en mado and It ithiaduty was washlsduty 1188hlsduty
hlsduty to see that the law was enforced enforcedWhat enforcedWbat enforcedWat
What are you going to do with the Dennin Dennirjcase DenninCMe Dennincase
case asked Justice Ju tloo Gaynor GaynorThere GaynorThere GaynorThere
There was no admbwion fee foecharnd charged in inthat Intbat inI
I that case replied Mr Clarke Baseball of ofitself ofItselt ofp
p itself ia not a crime It Is criminal only onlywhen onlywhen onlywhen
when carried on in a business way war way on Sunday Sun Sunday Sunday ¬
day Then it becomes unlawfuL unlawful11Those unlaflfu1 unlaflfu1ToolOO unlawfuLI
I Those defendants said Mr York are arenot arenot arenot
not charged char d with conducting a game of ofbaseball ofbaseball
1 baseball for profit If an admission fee feowas 100was feewas
was charged these defendants are not notresponsible notrespon notL
L responsible respon lble for It Mr Clarke Mid that thathis thatblscontentlon thathlscontontion
his blscontentlon content ion was that baseball conducted conductedfoe
foe an admission fee on Sunday was pro prohibited prof prohibited ¬
f c hibited under the statute statuteI
NI I understand said Justice Gaynor Gaynorthat Oaynorthllt Gaynorthat
that some people cam forward and In InRtigated InItl In4igaed
Itl Rtigated d too police In this matter Is none noneof nonej noneof
j of them willing to swear that the repose re of oftho ofthe
11 the Sabbath was Interfered with It la a avery 0VCry aI
I very ntrango thing If they wont It la lavery lstry Ise
e very try strangn that ministers ln1nU < ters who want this thislaw thisi
i law 11 enforced ore not willing wilUn to swear that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the repose of tho dar la 5 interfered with withTiltJff withJIltJ withE1
E1 TiltJff we bIte very gist of the law lawXawter lawLaw lawF
F Xawter Law r John M I Perry rcDrewntlng the theHabbntn tbeHabbAt theHabbnih
Habbntn Association said that he h under understood undertoad underI ¬
stood the church people were WI willing to toBwcar towear
7 1 I wear that the game at Washington Park Parkdlsturl ParkdlAturh Parkdisturbed
dlsturl disturbed > ed < < J the peace of the day
I could get no such evidence as that thatMr tbatMr thatMr
Mr Clarkn Mid naldJustice MidJl1I saidJustice
Justice Jl1I < tlce Gaynor laId that h h9 would take takethe t3ketM takethe
the case under advisement directing coun counsel counIEJ counpel ¬
sel to look thoroughly into the law l w and andnubmlt andAubmlt andI
I submit briefs briefsTHE brIefsTHE briefst
t THE THE KIND OF MAN POUCH WAS WASURht WASJJ WASI2It
URht JJ b on o the Character of the Father Who Whokilled WhoKUltd Whohilled
killed hilled Ills Four Children ChildrenELIZABETH ChIldrenELIZABETH ChildrenluAnirrtI
ELIZABETH N J June 7 7Albert < Albert Pouch Pouchwho Pounwho Pouchwho
who was shot by his father Joseph M MPvuch MPuch I IPeuch
Pvuch at a Kelle N NJ J yesterday after the thelatterhad thotatterhlldkllld thelatterhad
latterhad tatterhlldkllld kljled his other three children childrenbjrpotoon childrenbyyolson childrenbypolson
bjrpotoon and pistol shot died this morn morning moming mornlug ¬
ing He was 14 year old and the oldest oldestof oldeetor oldcetotthe
of otthe the four children The four bodies bodiestogether bediosto bodiestog
together to tog tb rvith with that of the father who bo killed killedhimself killedWmeelt killedhimself
himself will be taken to Brooklyn tomor tomorrow tomorrow tornorrow ¬
row for burial In Greenwood Cemetery CemeterySome CemeterySomo Cemeterysome
Some of oftlte the letters left by Pouch which whichwere whlohworo whichwere
were brought to light today showed the thepremeditation IhePrtlml4ltltion theprmc4Itation
premeditation with which he planned his hismad hismad hisI
I mad deed A letter to his brother Prank PrankE
t E Pouch an undertaker of SOS so Adams Adamsstreet Adams8treetj Adamsetrdt
street 8treetj Brooklyn gave directions for his hisburial hisburial hisburial
burial designated the kind of flowers he hewished hewitlhedto howIshed
wished witlhedto to be used directed how he and the thechildren tbechildren thechildren
children were to be dressed and where wheretho wheretM wherethe
the clothing could be found He Hespecified He8peolfled Hespecified
specified that white carnations be used on onbis onhis onhIs
his own coffin explaining that these werebls were werehi werehIl
hi hIl wuea wUes < favorite flowers He said that thathe thatbe thathe
he told his wife who dlejl die dIeI under suspicious suspiciouscircumstances 8uapicioUBcmumstance8 auspiciouscircumstances
circumstances a little more than a month monthago monthaRc monthago
ago that ho and the children would be with withher withher withher
her inside of three months He wished to tobe tobe tobe
be buried In his Moronic apron and desired desiredthe desiredthe desirerjthe
the funeral services to be held in a Presby Presbyterian Presbyterian Proebytorlan ¬
terian church churchHe churchHe churchHe
He directed that the hymns Nearer NearerMy NearerMy NearerMy
My God to Thee and Gates Ajar be besung be8ung besung
sung and left Instructions that all of the thedead tbedead thedead
dead should be burled in the same plot in inGreenwood InOreenwood InGreenwood
Greenwood Cemetery Ho had written writtenan
an inscription to be placed on the tomb tombstone tomb8tone tombstone ¬
stone of his bl l wife It contains only the thedates thedatee I Idate8
dates of her birth and death He wrote wrotethat Wrotethat wrotethat
that he was prepared to meet his God that thathe thathew8 thathewaa
he hew8 was a Christian and had done a Christian Christianact ChrIStianact Christianao
act ao
actBe Be complained that a B Roselle minister ministerwvo ministerwIIo ministerlo
wvo wIIo lo had badpromised promised to call to see scehim him again againafter a againafter aln alnafter
after a B first visit I lt had never done so The Thepeople ThepE TheI
I people pE ple of < > f Roselle he said wore not Chris Christians Christians Christines ¬
tians orthey or tbey would have called to inquire inquireIf
If bIB children had attended Sunday school schoolNeighbors schoolNeighbors ohoolelphbors
Neighbors threw some additional light lighttoday lighttoday lighttoday
today on the character of Pouch Ac According Aocording AccordIng ¬
cording to thorn he was perpetually wall walling wallIngapalnlt ¬
1 ing Ingapalnlt against what he termed the greed of ofcorporations ofoorpomtlol8 ofcorporations
corporations He constantly asserted that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the majority majorlt of men did not got their due dueIn dueIn dueI
I In worldly goods goodsHowas goodsHe goodsHowas
Howas He II the sort of man said one of ofhis ofhili ofhis
his neighbors n who If ho were getting ettlnp 110 it itt 10 10ness
t 0 a week In the employ of n man whose bust 1011nC811 bustf
f ness netted a profit of 125 25 5 a week would wouldgrumble wouldgrumble Wouldgrumble
grumble because hec use he did not receive 11250 11250JrANI 1250 1250WANT 12ioWANT
WANT ThOSE TELEPHONES TEI P1lOYES BACK BACKMr BAOKIr BACKMr
Mr Ir McAclon Told by b by Lawyer That Ui UiPolice the thePoIIe UlePollre
Police Just Stole Them ThemDanlnl ThemDl ThemDaniel
Daniel Dl llnl ORollly ORI > l1ly and Maurice Meyer Meyerent Meyeraent Meyersent
sent ent a Joint letter to Police Commissioner CommissionerMcAdoo CommlS8lonorMcAdoo CommissionerMcAdoo
McAdoo yesterday In behalf of the Now NowYork NowYork NewYork
York and Now Jersey Jer ey Distributing and andCirculating andCirculating andCirculating
Circulating Company whose offices were weret
t included in the sweeping raids raid of May 20 20The 20The 20The
The lawyers lawy quote District Distllot Attorney Jerome Jeromeas Jerme JermeM
as saying Aylng that those tho raids were Illegal Illegaland tile al aland
loga
and hen ask Bk Mr MoAdoo Mcdoo to surrender surrenderfromtha surrener
thlrt thIrty tlephone telephones which hloh wlre were gathere gather in inrm
fromtha rm the companys quartersI quarters
I The Th letter lettr ompy quotas quot quaers sootfona IUOns of the Penal Penalused
Ce Code inrereenceto In reference to the sizre seizure of property
used u ingamblng ingatnbltng In gambling and ad expresses expre conviction convictionwho cnvlotln prJrty
4 t1bt that none of the them cover covers the telephones
Itthorefore ttherefo appls appeals to Mr Mcd MoAdoo Mone as one oneI
I who has always awaY In the pUblo public nr0 roas pro
feed fcedaFatresOtfortbelaw art r0ptor the lawto totortb totortbI forh
I 1 with caus cause the Id said prper property to te b rtured returned returnediL
iL to the New ew York ork and New howjersoy JelY lersey Distribu ¬
Ditribu
ting t11 and Circulating Crlating Company Compar from frm which whichl
l It t was stolen Itolen by the police whch
Plle PllebMrMcAdo
bMrMcAdo Mr McAdoo is i further invited Inl to regard
the t e letter letr us u a formal for demand demandwm dean demandi
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FULTON SUBMERGED SUDlEROED ALL NIOUSubmarine NIGhT NIIIT NIGhTSubmarine I ISobmarle
Submarine Sobmarle Remains Remaln Under Water for over OveTwelve ovr overTwelve I ITwelve
Twelve Hour HounTlal HoursTrial Trial Successful SuccessfulNEWPORT Sueeelrul SneceasfulNEWPOIIT I INEWOnT
NEWPORT NEWOnT R I Juno 7 7There There was wa a aInterested an atinterested I
Interested interegt crowd cowd gathered on the dock a athe at at atthe I Ithe
the torpedo torpo station stton this morning to see 1 what whewould whatwould I Iwoud
would woud take te place when the submarine tor toipedo torpo toro
pedo o boat Fulton Fton come ce to the surf srace surface ace afte afteher ate altoiher
her po he submersion submrsion of tho night she contalnlnbesides containing containingbesides oontaininbesides
besides the members of the crow Navs NavsConstructor Naval NavalCntcr NavaConstructor
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Constructor Cntcr J J Woodward WoodwDd a member c cthe of ofthe 01the
the Naval Nava Trial Tial Board BoardIt DDd DDdIt
It was 8 1110 110 when the Fulton Flon came co to t th thsurface the thesuao tinsurface
surface suao AU night long she had bee beewatched bn bnwated beerwatched
watched wated by members membrs of the seaman seaan guanerclass gunner gunnerclass gunnerscl
class cl to see 8 that she did not come toth tothsurface to th th thsurface
surface for air these the men being bing in charge cge o oLieut of ofLeut ofLieut
Lieut Leut C Nelson Neln It I was a long night nigh fo fothese for forthe forthese
these the men but they saw the electric Ugh Ugha Ughtburnng lightburning
burnng burning In the cnnlnl conning tower of the Flton Fltona Fulton1 Fulton1a
a signal signl that tht thatnli all was well wel For over twelve twelvhours twelvohours twelvehours
hours tho Fulton Fton was wa entirely entrely submerged submergeto submergedto >
to a II depth of from four fou to ten feet feetAs feetA feetAs
As soon as the Fulton was wa awash the hate hatewas hatc hatch hatchwas
A 80n a Flon
was opened and Capt Cable awa in charge chgo o othe of ofthe ofthe
the boat bat came out on deck followed b bNaval by byNaval byNaval
Naval Constructor Woodward Woodwad and mem members memh membars
bars of Contrcr the crow nine in all al It was then theilearned thln thlnlee thenlearned
h cew
learned lee that everything everyhIng had passed p of ofnicely or off offnicely
nicely on board bard the boat bAt and only once onciduring onoeduring onceduring
during the night was the foul air pumpo pumpoout pumped pumpedout <
out and fresh air let in from the air pump cham chamber chambr charnher
her br and this thll only being done as it was wa re required required required
quired by tho board boardThe boardThe beardThe
The members of the board ba would have havnothing havenothing have havenothing <
nothing further to say than that the trial triawas trialwas trialwas
was most successful suclful in every every particular particularTomorrow paicl particularTomorrow
Tomorrow Tomorrow several sveral runs r everr will wil be b mado b bthe by bythe bythe
the Fulton Flton over the measured mlaued mile mie courwin course cous coursein
in Narragansett NaaganflCtt Bay for the purpose ol olascertaining of ofartaining ofascertaining
Dy
artaining ascertaining her speed Thursday Thursay pups mornIng morninjshe mornng mornngshe mornIngshe
she will wi leave for sp New Suffolk Sufolk L I ILAWN ILAJN ILAWN
LAWN LAJN TENNIS TENNISStephen TENNISStepben TENNISStephen
Stephen C Mlllctt JUlctt Beats Det II I II I lUcket lUcketla HackettIn t
In Metropolitan Jletoplan ChamplonihlpTourney ChamplonihlpTourneySome Champlonlhlp Tourney TourneyBome TourneySome
Some good 10 matches matche were witnessed wtnese yes yesrday ye yesterday
tray terday rday in the second secnd days play pia for the Met Metopplltan Met Metropiltan
opplltan ropoltan championship on the te West Side Sideourtt Sidecurt Sidecourts
courts curt liath 6tb street stret and Amsterdam Amstrdam avenue avenuen avenuoIn avenueIn I
In n the te meni men singles Stephen ftephen C Mlllett Ilott Cal Caloun Cl Clhoun Calhoun
houn oun Create Crall and Ross Burchard Burchar all al of the thelome thehome thehome
home lome club have passed the te second scnd round roundn roundIn roundin
In n that round roud Mlllett Miett defeated Harold UHackett U Ulaoltett nHacett
laoltett the te old Yale champion in straight straighteta 8tralgh straightsets
Hacett sets eta the second lecnd of which was at love Th Thtrong The Thestrn Thestrong <
set strong strn te play by Mlllett Miet baa somewhat 80lewhut of t turprbe I a asurprise
surprise On the opening set the score scorereached sorereacl scorereached
Irprl reached deuce several averal opnlnl times tme8 before Mllletttook Mlllett Milett Miletttok 3liiiotttook
took tok reacl the two necessary necS8ary games lame Ilacketi Ilacketiweakened Hacket Hackettweakened
weakened te after the hard fight on the first frst set seland setand setand
and weakene could do atr nothing notll te bar with tht Mlllett llett fastdrivein faotdrlvei faotdrlveiIn fatdrivl
In a close CI00 three thee set let match math Calhoun Cragln Craglndisposed Cralln Crallndl Craglndisposed
I
dl disposed of Wylie C Grant Grat of tho New York YorkTennis YorkTenni YorkTennis
Tennis pos Club Wyle the Indoor champion Grant Grantthawed GrantIhowe 0mm 0mmshowed
Idoor
thawed Tenni up well In the second secnd set which he hetook betok hetook
Ihowe took rather easily elUy wel at 8 12 e2 2 The first frat and ad third thirdrent thirdwent thirdwent
tok rater
went to Cragln on better allround alround work In Jnthe Inthe inthe
t Crall
the same round Ross Burohurd Burohld scored score an anlasjr an8a aneasy
easy win over J Bteinacber BteinacberIn 8tlnaoher 8tlnaoherIn
8a In the doubles Robert L La Roy Ry and Harold HaroldI
Rbprt
H I Hsokett the had no difficulty In defeating defeatnr E ED ED
Haet ha
D 0 Roberts and Smith the latter later pair getting gettingut Ietlg Ietlgbut gettingbut
Robert
but > ut one g game me In the two sets 8et played plae nThe nTheind The Theteran Theveteran
veteran teran Iame Claenc Clarence Hobart paired Wth with 8 8Miett t tMilieu
Milieu took two straight 8et sets from JI J ii Hall hailand
And Miett Lombard tok 8trRlrht Hobart was abroad abroa last lastummer lastsummer lastsummer I
summer and ad his hi reappearance on local courts courtsTOO courlsWM courtswas
TOO an a event of Interest Iterec This Thi team tam seems seemsasUy semslalUy seemseasily
lalUy easily tho strongest 8tronlest combination combInaton In the run runilng running runnlng
ilng nlngMetropolItan ilngMetropolitan
ningetrpltan Metropolitan Championship Mens Singles SinglesIrst snrl snrlFlrs SlngleaFIrst
FIrst Irst etrpltan round roundHenr roundHenry Henry Mollenhauer Kings County CountyP Cunl CunlT
T P C defeated Louis J Grant New Knl8 York ark T c cir Cb Cb
b ir default decatd Calhoun Lu Cragln CrgIn West Side Sde T C de deeated d dteated dteated
teated H J F IlpUbrookVcstSlde 1oUbrok IloUbrook We1 Scat sde Side T I Cby C b by default defaultalwey deaul default defaultWyLie
WUe C I Grants New ew iork lork T C defeted defeated Charles CbarlsOalway CharlesGaiway
alwey New Vork aork ork T 1 C 0 1 04 1 12 12Second 62 62Second 2 2Second
Second Round RoundStepben Stephen C Mlllett Miet West Side SideC Sde SdeT SideT
T C defeated Harold H Hacliett Hac1et Weal Side T T1Ier I C CT C5T
5T T oO Calhoun Crarln West 1 Side d T I C c2 defeated defeatedVylle eicated eicatedWylie <
Vylle 1Ier C Grant 8 New York r T C 8 64 I 2 26 tet4 tet4Ros 54 54fleas 4 4loss
loss Ros nurchard West Side T C defeated J 3 Mrln MrlnCher ltln ltlnacber Stelnarher
Cher New York Yor1 T C 6 11 6I 1 6 6S 3 Mens Doubles Doublescratch Double DouhleScratchFirst
ScratchFirst cratch First round roundRobr roundRolwrt Robert La L L Roy New York YorkC Yor orlc orlcT
T SratchFrt C and ad Harold H I Hackett lac1el West W I Side T I C Cefeated Cdefeated Cdefeated
defeated E laold I n Roberts 10hrs and ad Smith 0 10 60 0 e 6I 6IStephen 1 1tephen te8
Stephen C Mlllett l and rarr Clarence Hobart West Side Sidet SideT jlde jldeOn
T t e8 C defeated f t J tl M Hall and Lombard r 8 6I 1 a 6i 6iOn I IOn
On the NewYork New York Tennis TpnnlR Club Cub courts court 123d 123dtreet 13 123dstreet
street treet and Manhattan avenue aVlnue tba th mens mensand menshandicap menshandicap
handicap and leap Mn singles lnlel Manbata tiles was the event eVlnt of ofthn the day daylecause cay cayBCIIUs dayBecause
Because of the largo number of defaults a aarK alarll alarge
larll BCIIUs large arK calendar cl ndl was a8 disposed dl posed of ofMens oftens ofMens
Mens tens Handicap Singles SlnrlePrelmln8r SInglesPrelIm1nar Preliminary round roundBtscb rund rundrf rounda
a Btscb lanllcal half 16 t defeated W P Rlazden owe ball
rf 18 by default t ll F P I fF Fox edh half r 15 5HJfe defeated r oflrM oflrMUol1ln William WilliamloLiton WilliamHotiton
loLiton half 15 e 12 02 2 6 11 61 1 H W Warner owe owelalf ow owhalf owshalf
Uol1ln half 15 defeated hal C W V V McMullen McMulen scratch by de desuit defaul default
suit Robert Lc Roy loy owe bait hal So 3 defeated J t F Futz f FLutz
faul Lutz utz half Rob1 16 111 8 61 1 3 31 3S 8 6 6I 1 J Stelnacher half haf 1C 1Clefrated 16dtated ISdetrated
lefrated Lut fault taullFlrl Henry Uer Mollcnhaucr oleDhuer owe half 30 S by do doFirst dotaull dofault
First Round floundJ J Stelnacher SIlnaber half hat IS I defeated defeatedVllllam dete8td dete8tdWlla defeatedWliflamn
Vllllam Flrl Stlckney half bal 15 by default deaul N O John Johnon Johnsnn Johnson
son Wlla on half Slcl1y 18 defeated F O C Anderson Andron owe SO S by bylefault bydetaul bydefault
default haf W V J SchlosJ Shlo half hal 15 defeated C C Keller Kellerwe Rele Releowe Reliryowe
owe detaul we 30 by default 0 H I Mlnck Inck owe ow half bat it I de deeated d dtald detested
tested o Wyllo C Grant o rat owe half bai SO 3 by h default defaultlobert deaul defaultRobert
Robert Le Wlo Hoy owe half 80 defeated H W V Warner Warnerme Warnerowe
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me half IB org 7 15 5 80 F i P id Foi halt 15 I IE defeated defeatednasch detestedn
E nasch erltl erltlorg half 15 by default deault A J 1 Block scratch scratchlark scratchdefeated ratch ratchdetcated
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defeated L I I H Trer Turner scratch by deaul default 35 35k MtS MtSClark
Clark lark k scratch defeated O Sollnger n half IS 1 1C 8 8I
03 < 97 7 P I > bD ii n tla Hawk 1r scratch a t h Hmtaitt defeated a1 rh rhbb Charles CharlesCobb h r8 r8Cbb <
Cobb bb half IS 6 11 ri ii 1 8 14 64 4 W M Hall Hal 16 defeated defeatedKaatncr defead defeadF defeatedF
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Cbb F Kaatncr half haf 15 6 11 83 8 S 3e 3C 63 13 R W WIlkes Wllkwialfl5 Wll WIlkeshalt
halt ialfl5 IS defeated Oscar OS8r Chlld Cbld halt SO S 61 I 64 64r7c 4 4f
baf 1 r7c C II Traak defeatO ew bwe halt 15 defeated L I W Iltcker IltckerI Iteckerhalf
half ftl Ii by d default f I IaM aM C H gt Stem egalI half 16 defeated defeatedIt d t tI
f It I H Palmer owe half hal 15 by default defallt Jos JosJhavei Jost Joa4 Joa4Chaves
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by y default defaul hal Charles Cbals Galway half bal 15 1 defeated H E ESecond EStr SStem
Stem half IS 60 6 6Second
12 12Seond
Str Second Seond hal Round RoudJost HoundJoa4 II Jos6 E Chares Cbnr half hal 15 1 defeated defeatedIharles dteatedCarI defeatedCharlea
Iharles CarI Galwy OaW Jialf hal halt 1SS 1k 11 6 1013 00 0 68 7SE E Hsternv H Slern Stern hal halV bai half halfIS
IS defeated t T C IrasIr owe halt III 15 by default defaultv t i
t V M f Hall 15 defeated tll d R h W Wllkes nail h IB n 3 3M
64 M S Clark scratch defeated p B Jfawkscratch Hawk Hawkcratch llaw1
scratch 11 aratcb 6 01 1 Car 6 12 02 2 Robert Robr Le Roy owe half hal 30 30efeated 30m 30defeated
defeated 11 J J Stelnacher er half is 6 6I 1 n 52 2 W O Othncnn 0Johnson
1 1I
m Johnson thncnn fA IK 18 sJ riiffAtpd defeated W 1 T fs SfhlnKfl I halt hlllf IK fl 0S 0SCI R RI
CI I O II I Hlnck Hlnc1 owe half 15 defeated Kenneth Kennethulkley KennelhB KennethJ3ulkley
ulkley B scratch 6 62 2 s 86 86Third e eThird
Third RoundK J2il H Stern ir half IS defeated defeatedos dfalda1 defeatedT04d
T04d os E Chares half II 6 26 6 S MS lS Clark Cark scratch scratchMf scratchdefeated tlch tlchTho
defeated a1 Mf V etbN 81 1 1111 Hail Mlt IE 15 A 64 t tThe 0 0The
The Morrlstown Moristwn Field Club continued contiue pla plapBtcrday pia18terny play playyesterday
yesterday for the Kahn cups In the fteml ftemlnals mcmifinals emlfmdR
finals 18terny nals of the mens Dtn8 handicap singles sllIe8 E L LIp I IKIn IKiru
fmdR KIn Ip defeated ddlattd George Olorle Henry Icnry two nets ft3 to one onend onpAnd oneand
And nd C W Throckmorton won a two not It match mstchrom matct matchfrom
from rom nigelow Dlelol Both sets setl on this latter later match matchrere matchwero matchwere
were deuce deuceSecond deuce8end deuceSecond
Second 8end Hound liundOeorce HoundGeorge George henry lenr defeated P lAtchOdd lAtch LltchICScm1nna Llcb Llcbfeld
Odd SC 78 78ScmICnai
feld ICScm1nna Semlnna I HoundK L Kin scratch rltch defeated defeatedirorge dcfetdOole defeatedOmega
JoundF
Omega Henry Hnr 9 6IR 00 0 6S r 6 64 ICW C Throckmorton ThrockmortondcfcafedHljelow Throkmorn Throkmorntb Tflroekmortonmcrtcb
Oole mcrtcb 80 80JEFFIUES tb dcfcafedHljelow drfraled lcelow lilgelow Watts Wals half bai 1S7 II I 76 76JEFFRIES 5 5EFFillES
EFFillES WAXTSFWHT WA WANTS TS FIGhT IG 1 I PUT 1JT OFF OFFhamplon onChampion OFFChampion
Champion Not ln InCondltIontlunroe Condriliin CondltonJlunroe Slunroe Be Befuse Refuse
fuse to Postpone l iattle iattleSAN > attlc attlcSAN
Iattc IattcSAN
SAN FIUNCISCO FJNCISCO June 7 11 7It It leaked out last Initlight Illt Illtnllh lastnight
nllh light that tht Jim Jeffries J trits had made proposals proposalso propsals propsalsto
to o Munroe Muroo to postpone pRt pone the flght flht fixed fxed for forune forJune forJune
June une 17 on the ground Iround that he found It I Im Imlosslblo 1mp08lble impossible
p08lble possible to get let Into I to condition conditon In I tho short sbort timeremaining time timecmalnlne tImeremalnina
remaining As the story Boe goes Bill I Adams AdanmL
a L clot friend trJrld of Jeffries JerrllB who returned relured from fromarbtn tromHarbi fromliarbin
Harbi liarbin arbtn Springs Hprlls last Katurdny HaturdaYl approached approachedlames approachedJam approachedJames
Jam lames s Coffroth Cfroth manager of the Ihe he Yosemite Yosomlto31ub YosemiteClub YosemiteClub
maaler
Club who made the match and Ind asked Ikl him himo himto himto
to o use UI hi hl8 Influence Intuence to have the fight flht post postponed p08tponed postconed ¬
coned poned He le told tld Coffroth Ctroth confidentially oontdcntalh that thatjettrlea
J leilrlcs frlel began belu training train In I too to lato and that It Itra ItWI Itwas
WI WIalhlmpo8Slbleforhlm was ra alhlmpo8Slbleforhlm Impossible Imossibleror for him to get et Into condition conditionn
conditon conditonn
In n the t e little lte time tme remaining Coffroth Colroth would wouldlot wouldnot ould ouldnot
not consent conlnt as al he declared declartd he had mode all allirrancement allrrangements
lrralement irrancement for the 17th and ad wouldbo mae a aleavy I aneavy
bavy leavy loser if i the fight Ilht were postponed postpone
Then Adams Adam went to Munroe and ad broached broachedTJ
TJ JetTrieVs rrl a s proposal propoll to postpone the battle
T rho ho o Butte uutl minor grinned clnnf when whe he was as batte tojd tojdj Id
Jenrle culd could notlet not get Int into cnditon condition but bume bumea tld
laid a d be e had slged lied arlcle8 article to Ilht fight on the 1 1and 11h 11hand
and 1 if enrles wu not Insbp in shape It wa was th thCtlhampion the thecham0Ionsown
Ctlhampion cham0Ionsown 1 ow fault as he had had plMtyof plMtyofme plenty of
time me for plparatlon preparation Solt1 So j Its up to JeffrlM JeffrlMget JeTrIeeMm
I tnt Mm get Into I to condition conditon In I I the ten tn d daJ1 day r left leC to toI toI toL
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VANDERBiLT V ANDERBl T AUTO RACE OPERESTRICTIONS OPE OPEN OPENRESROTIONS OPEIRESTRICTIONS I
RESTRICTIONS RESROTIONS PLACED ON Til T17FIRST TilFIRST THB THBFIRST
FIRST TWO CONTESTS CONTESTSCup CONTESTSCP
Cup CP Mutt Ilnlt De Competed COnpett For in This ThI Conntr ConntrTwice Coutr CoutrTwice CountrTwice
Twice and Will 1 Then en Become a Real RealInternational Realy RealyInternatonal fleall3 fleall3luternatleusl
International Internatonal TrophyFirst Trophy TophFt Pint Comrx Comrxtltlon CouipetltIoa Comp
tltlon ttOD Will U He Held eld On October otobr t tOn 8 8On 8On
On Oct 8 the first great c at automobile roa roarace road roadrace roadrace
race that for the to trophy presented presnt by W WVanderbllt K KVanderbi I IVanderbilt
Vanderbilt Vanderbi Jr will 1 be held In this country countryand cuntr countryand
and the cars cnr that that were not permitted permitt tog togabroad to gO gOabroad gcabroad
abroad wlU wit then have a chance to prove provitheir pr provetheir ve vethei
their thei abilities abltf This was va settled sette upon upn yester yesterday yesterday yesterday
day afternoon afteroon after a final tnal conference cnference between betweeMr betweenIr betweenMr
otr
Mr Ir Vanderbilt Yanderblt and the racing raclnl board of th thAmerican the thoAmerican theAmerican
American Automobile Automobie Association Asociaton and i imeeting a ameetng ameeting
meeting meetng of the executive eecutvo committee committe of the A AA AA aA i
A A at which blcb the agreement aleement was wa ratifiedThe ratified ratifiedThe raife I
The J articles artce8 of the deed dee of gift Ilt have been beeifinally beenfaly beenfinally
finally faly approved and signed 81me and the con condltlons cn cndItons conditiona
dltlons dItons drawn up The condition condltonl of therace theracam theraceare
am In outline outlineThe outlne outlneThe otitlinerho
The trophy will wi be officially known know as a the thiWilliam the theWilam theWilliam
William K Vanderbilt Vanderbit Jr cup It I Is t tbo to tobe tobe <
be Wilam raced for annually anualy through the AmerlcurAutomobile American AmericanAutomobie AmericanAutomobile
Automobile Automobie Association A6oolaton or 1U It successor successorand SUCCe80rand successorand
and the Automobile Automobie Club of France Iranc will wi be the thiforeign thotorelm theforeign
foreign representative represntatve of the the American Auto Automobile Automobie Automobile
mobile mobie Association Asociaton Tho date of Oct 8 hoi hoibeen hA baabeen
been fixed fxed for this t s year yea and tho entries will willclose wi willclose
close Sept 8 but In future years ears tho datefor dat datfor date datetor <
for co8e the race will wi be between betwon Aug UI 15 and andOct andOct andOct
Oct 15 and the entries will close cose on March 15 isThe 15fhe 15The
The distance distnce of the race will I be not less lel thau
250 2 miles mies nnd Ind not more than 300 30 tulles mils It I must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be held on the te highway hllhwny and In no part upon upona
a track trackIt IrackIt trackIt
It will be an open race from the beginning beginningbut
but It wi will be so restricted rllrlote during durII the first firstterntttionnl lItattwo ft fttwo
two years ear8 wi that It will hardly rank M an In Internatonal international
terntttionnl tat race until wi IWW 1I During Durlnl 1904 1904and l0i l0iand 1904and
ternatonal unti
and 1005 1 the race must be held hlld on American Americansoil Americansol Americansoil
soil Thereafter Thereaftr It may lay be held here or abroad abroadat abrad abradat
at sol the option 011 of the holder of the cup All Allmembers Allmlmbef Allmembers
members mlmbef of lon clubs recognized reolulzd by or affiliated affiliatedwith aflatd aflatdwith alililatedwith
with tho American Automobile Automobie Association Associationand Asoalon Asoalonand Associationand
and all clubs recognized rlcolnlzed by or affiliated amlaltd with withthe withthe wIththe
the Automobile al cubs Club of France will wi be eligible eligibleto elgible eligibleto
to compote Automoblo This opens oplnl the race rac to all al those thoseto tbos thoseto
to whom the Bennett ennltt cup race Is open opn Not Notmore NOtmore
more than ten cars car from any one ole country countr can cancompete cnncompet cancompete
compete Every challenge and entry must mustbe mustbe mustbe
compet be accompanied accmpnnle verJ by chnlengo a fee of 1300 300 tntl for each eachcar eachcar eachcur
car half of which whic will wi be returned reture J0 II I the thecar thecar thecar
car actually starts startsWhen elnr elnrWhln startsVhen
When Whln actuILI the contest in held In the United UnitedStates Unied UniedStntes UnitedStates
States tho American Americ Automobile Automobie Association Associationwill Assocaton Assocatonwi
will select the course cours secure the necessary necessarypermit neces8ry neces8rypermit necessarypermit
permit wi assume all al expenses except excpt the per personal personal personal ¬
sonal ones of competitors decide the awards awardsof
of places In the compettors order of finish nls attend attnd to the thepolking thepo1clng thepolicing
policing of the the course curse the appointment appointmentof
po1clng
of onicials o the t4ie charge of neutral zones or orcontrols orcntrol orcontrols
charle
controls fi oal Ao 0 to When the race Is II held abroad abroadthese abrad abradthes abroadthese
cntrol
will devolve the Auto Automobile Automobile ¬
these thes duties du te wi upon upn te Aut
mobile Club of France FranceTho frac FranceThe
moble Tho commission cooml8Blon governing goVrnlng the contests contestswill contest contestswill
will be in 1004 tho racing board bOlrd of the Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can wi Automobile Association racng of which W K KVanderbllt KVAnderbi KVanderbilt
Vanderbilt Automobie Jr Is Asoclaton now a member In In1005 IDOl therllnl the timracing
VAnderbi 1 AL 1 A i W V TT K Vanderbilt VanderbiltJr Vl I IIr
racing board boatrdoftboAA of tbe AA nderoll nderollJr
Jr rllnl and one member of the French Club tce to tobe tobe
be e named d by Its president During the future futureears futureeaB futureyears
years ears lam that the Is race Is held here the commls commlsilon cotmls cotmlslon commissloe
eaB tht
In During the therears theyenr timeyears
lon will be the same as 1005 100
years rears wi that it It la held h ld abroad the the commission commissionrill cmmission cmmissionwi
wIll rill consist of the thl race rc committee cmmitee of the Au Auomobile Automoble Automoblle
omobile wi Club of France ono onl member of the theA thoA theA
tomoble A A A A and W V K Vanderbilt Van a erblt JrThe Jr JrThe JrThe
The competing cars may ma be of minT Iny hors hnrsopowcr horspowcr horsepower
powcr but competnl must weigh not less les than 8Sl 8 1 pounds poundsnor poundsnor
nor more than mU8t 2204 22 pounds Each competing competingcar competll
car must lust carry carr two passengers plMSlnlers weighing wllghlui not notIcon notIe notics
Icon Ie ics than 13 la7 pounds POl lds nuirop nuiropNumbers A111 snIemeNutnbers
Numbers will bo assigned A8slgnld to the cars ars by lot lotand lotalt lotand
and the thentmherdmwl number wi drawn u 111 1 represent rfresenttheorfr rfresenttheorfrof the order orderof orderof
alt of Its start In tho race The cars will wi be bestarted beIlarted bestarted
ls
started at one minute Intervals The car carcovering careoverlnr ar arroerinl
Ilarted covering the tbf cours In tbr th tI > least lelt time tme will wi be bethe bothe bethe
roerinl the winner of tho cup rim fh first tr8t car will wi be bestarted beHIArted bestarted
started In the raco at daylight daIIh or as al soon soonTho BoonIherparer soonthereafter
thereafter a as the cormllon commIssIon defml deems propfr propfrTho proper properThe
Tho Iherparer races rACI In thin tbll country counlr will wi b be governed governedby 10Vmr
by h the rules rulfl of en the thf A A A abroad they the will willbo wf willbe
bo under undlr tl the rules rlt8 of the Ih French climbsThe clubs clubsThe clubaThe
The course for the race rare has not yet et been beenselected hepnlplpctec beenseIeted
selected lplpctec COlrl hut It will wi almost beyond doubt doubt be beon beon beon
on Ixmg Island IslandThe l IslandTime lnnd lnndThe
10n
The cup ClP I offered occred for the tl race has been hlpn com completed cm cmplctfc cornpleted ¬
pleted and Is i maid to be a morn morl costly o ty one than thanthe thAnthe thanthe
the plctfc Bennett fnntt cup In a few days dallt It will 1 bo put puton puton puton
on exhibition exhlhflon at Tiffanys Tlanys for a period periodAnnn periodGOLF periodGOLF
GOLF GOLFAnoal GOLFAnnual
Anoal Annual Annn l Tournament of the Eastern Trade TradeAssociation Tade TradesAssociatIon
Association AssociationThere Anoelatoo AnoelatooThtre AssociatIonThere
There Thtre were twentyseven hrtnty8ven entries Intries yesterday yesterdayIn
In the annual one day tournament of the theEastern theEastern theEastern
Eastern Trades Golf Gol Association Assodaton held at tho thoNassau thoNas theNassau
Nas Nassau au Country Cuntry Club The players were wereall wereal wereall
all al out for fun save a I half dozen doz n who have havea
a standing 8tdlnl on tho local links lnks and of this tis set settho settho setthe
tho best be lt of the morning mornlnl scores sorel scares were re 88 8 by byF byJennJngR byF
F 0 C Jennings 80 by b Percy Jennings Jnlnls and andFrank Rndank andFrank
Frank ank II I Slmmonds and 03 by Frank Fruk BIlarrctt B BBarrett BBarret
Barrett Barret Slmmonds improved In the after afternoon aftpr aftprnoon afternoon ¬
noon and won on the chief prize his own gift giftas Ilft Ilftas giftas
as president with 80 S15 56176 6 175 There Thtre were werefourteen werefourten werefourteen
fourteen fourten prizes prlzl In all al The players being beingdivided bewadivided beingdivided
divided Into classes cla Res of four each ind there therewas thereas therewas
was as also al o a hanilicapNassau handicap handicapNiBsau bandkapNassau
Nassau nomenclature was as not good 100d enough enoughfor tnougb tnougbfor enoughfor
for the fun seekers lekcrs and they rechristencd rpcbrlsUned the theholes theholll theholes
holes holll In this style l Up and Away 2 Presi President PresIdent lresldent ¬
dent Simmons 3 Duffers Dulerl Cinch 4 Chicken ChickenCroquettes ChickenCrOQuettR ChickenCroquettes
Croquettes on a allusion alu810n to the tbl mound bun bunkers hu bunkersj ¬
kers kersj CrOQuettR 5 jCondencer Cndenplr Condenser Head Jlnd I o Has las Been Beenl 7 7Washer 1Wastmer
Washer 8 Back to the Woods 0 Down the theAle theAlley
Alley to ar and Sure Mike I 11 Nisn ason Trap TrapI
Ale 12 I Drive i > rlvo jar and Put Put 13 3 piitlet Oultt Outlet 14 Up Uf to You YOI
16 Slow Freight Frelht nnt 16 I A Peach 17 Half nai and andHalf andHnlf andHalf
Half 18 All Over OverThere OcrThfre OverThere
There Thfre Al were also special 8Pclal ruled r1lel mostly mosty ox oxplnnatory IX IXpIRtator cxpialiatory
plnnatory pIRtator or condemnatory borne boml of the therules therulllI therules
rules rulllI were wereNo wemeNo rl
teeIng No restriction restricton upon the quantity quntly of sand ad used inteeIng In Inplayer I
If a player pllr miss mis the hall bal and nd strike atrke his caddie caddiethe cddie cddiethe Caddiethe
the I caddie will wi be disqualified dsualned and nd sent home bore at the theThe Iheparera theplayers
players epense epenseThe expense expenseThe
parera The player thall sbal drive drve from the tee until unl those thoseIn tho 8 8In
In front are at a safe sfe distance dlMacesy distancesay say 80 8 yards ardsr yardsorhave ardsrbne or orhave
have played at least seven svn strokes strokesAny stokes stokesAn strokesAny
Any An player teeing Itlnl his ball bal In a bunker buker will wl be bedisqualified b8dlsualncd bedisqualifled
disqualified disqualifiedIt
dlsualncd dlsualncdI It Is permlMlble prlMlble for a player pIa er to toaslchls ask ak his hs partner partnerthe partnerthe
the I line but buil It Is left 11 to the Ih discretion dl5r1on dIscretion of the prDer prDerthe player playerto plara
to asked M1ed lne to give the rtiht rrht line IDe or not notWhen notWhn notWhen
a When partners parnes ct 50 far separated as to t be beunatilr beunabl beunable
unable to count one anothers anothe strokes toe score scorehanded 5ore 5orehaded scorehanded
haded handed In by each plus four shall 8b be taken ke u ucorrect escorrect
correct correclThe correctThe correctThe
The results r sults In the class clls events cventl at t thirtysix thirtysixholes thlrtllx thlrtllxholeR thirtysIxholes
holes medal play pIa mounted mounte up to stupendous stupendousncores Itupndous Itupndousscore8 stupendousscores
scores for dome Iome of the joinders Joller The sum summary lum lummar atmmmary ¬
mar marClaM maryClaM mary maryCUM
ClaM A Presidents Apreldents cup cUIFrank cupFrank Frank H I Slmmonds Slmmondsnaltusrol Simmond SimmondsBaitusrO
Dallusol naltusrol 1 80 W W 1176 59176 176 P R 1 Jennings Jnlnls Garden City CityW Cty CtyiJ Cityso
W B2 s21B1 181 K C Jennings Nassau 88 8 08 ejse ejseFrank 188 188frank 18 18Cla
frank iJ II 8aflf Barrett Fox f e Hills lf 03 J BS 53180 53180CIMs fA 1WI 1WIClass
Class Cla HK np C Ualthy Malh W 0 85184 618 F C Mo MoLane YoLe MolAne
Le Lane 116 16 108251 IOrl C B P Mclnnes McInne Ito 19 120239 120239P 120 127 239 239P
P H Seward 125 1442OH 1442OHClass 142 1448014ClaM
Class Cla CJ C R J McMahon 128127255 12 123 127S 127253 M D Flsk Fsk
120 1302W 132 A A Alnsworth Mnsworb 1SJ 13 180283 112 C A ADrldrman ADrdrman Allnldgmnn
12
Drldrman Drdrman ISO 13 142 12272 12272CI 142272 142272class 272 272Class
Class DF CEckhardt141t C Eckharl Eekhardt U 141 148MO 112 l483 OM O Y YDrdtmn 81llnldmn
Drdtmn llnldmn CI 7 I 144 11272 128272 O G lcDuft cDul 16 165 17 72 72ConsolatIon
27 27Conslaton Consolation 7Consolation Conslaton Class ClusF F A Duckman Buckml 131 1 IS 16 15 15fMChew
3 IUI 91 fMChew 1W8W 1W8WThere IUI F M Cbew 153 1 180342 16W W Appleton AppletonThere APpletn APpletnIUI
There were lr two prizes In each class clas The Thefternoon Theafternon Theafternoon
afternoon afternon handicap was won by Frank B Blarrett BRrt BBarrett
larrett Rrt It I was a 1 blind blnd event nt to whoever whoeverhould whoeor whoevershoild
hould coma nearest to so R and Barretts Barrettsard Barettl Barrttscare
care ard WAS 03 neBrel 12 1211 1281 81 The organization orlanhaton U Uompoted I tmcomposed
cr composed oompose of wholesale whol lle dealers deaer In heating heatingnd healna healnaand heatingplumbers
and nd ventilating ventlatnc apparatus plumber supplied suppliednd suppliescape
and nd auxiliary auxlary lines linespe Unel Unelcp alpratU plumbn
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Sptciol Spcl Cable C4 Diiptteh D41 to Tn T IRS Snr SnrCOWKB si SVfCowam
COWKB 0181 June 7 7TeCap 7The The Cape May cup cupecpttcbed Cp wee
dtPthe desptebdoi ecpttcbed or on It Its way to t New N York 1orlt tod today todayr y
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