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THE SUN, TFIURSDAY, OCTOBER 5. 1911.
5 CURRENT SPORTING GOSSIP ro.vi nous and nonius inn His BOX Hint: NhXWHT. n n right Meet at National p.irt Ins I'luti lana;fnrJ and Capnnl llso Hatched The nnalnit llcil da 1 1 a f several wtrrllnr Mew Players. I I i Hotirk will entertain patrons of r lial Kportlnt t !uli to-night with ft .1 glove bout he i ween heuvyw eight-, li -- thn New-castle Italian, ami ii the Philadelphia netro. ai- h have heep put to aleep by sun I in loeal tins' theae log men iu I to provide h Irnr raising scrap i , or,.t. paty Haley latTI phyaleally tear them apart ahen clinched. - ihe pugilist who i .iim ilef?rteei n. linn the same phyaltpie, the nch, t ho ame facial eipreaalot, ani gh a- mtich a iIh hollermeher did a mh the champlonahlp of the world i nheri Kitxaitntnons at i one island. there'a one thing lacking, tttrea foi i doean'l know how tot ne niabint with hlttlnt. if he knew J h aboui that end of the game aa ri t.i i'r instance, (i i btltsttd thai 1 ild develope Into a hampion - fi tan enees l;os has nniirrior. He took 1c beatlDt from i.nmrford before the I : i 'p w a administered, for which h r. ted much praie Al a matter of fad .. ah' illd not have be-n pitted ngutnt ti Ur Baby at all. aa the Intter's experience BiaatK certain defeat. It; n.e':tig ll.irrla the Italian will try to Yi vor again He ia aniloua to win ( that h tiiay go after tint Flynn, Al Kauf- r. ii ind Albert Patter, Hsrrts la a veteran boiet who has heen up against practically II -i. hcf nien in thin rlaaa. He ran ruah aa I aluti alao stand up tinder a hard n au!! and alwnv trlea If action a wanted tb match 'ttfht to aatif- Yi moat critical rati ttiatta, it ia beHetred, for the rivalry between 'he principals appear to he inter-. in agree,, to mat. h Langford With Tony r;"iii lor ten rounda at the Twentieth Cent iry A C. to-morrow night loe Wood- mr.. the lar Hahy'a manager. ava he lan't rirk'.ng out a aoft mark, although he admit roar I'apont will he onu-laaacd He aaya i arni i a ahlfty fighter of more than ordinary ability who helievea he ha a ihan.e with Ingford In view of the twelve fund draw which they hoed at Winnipeg !iit spring i aponi arrived here yeaterday witr hi managerand trainer and announced that he aa In excellent condition. Ilia t::'.iz rei orri howa knockout at the hand o' I apke. Hugo Kelly ami the late Stanley Betchel. I'reaidn' flil Boag of the Madiaon A ' ava he hsa Iltiea out to curp the eervicea of Matt Welle, Pack? McKarland, Ad w0l- gast, Prank Klau and other tara and ' 'e'lila to arrange hig matches dutint the winter if Welle and McFarland are an- I i to rt'.eet here do hilinea tvith ii i ictoher 19 they can Boag, who saye he w,n ivithirl hi rivala Walter Coffev. the much talked of Call-I rnia middleweight, who ha i-oti.e tael 1 coking fiir matches with Kiau. i e Houek 1 r nrybi"'d" in thia i laa. haa hegun light ralnlnt at a suburban resort several; remoter are trying to indme Klaua to I iet Coffey the laat of Una no nth In alif'Ttua they l.-liee Coffey I a coming I fea ted Mi RTsabth Hunee and Mia Kdna champion wiutsy, a 4. a- a. Mr wmiam h Pouch and Mi-s I'dlth handy defeated Mlas i lorenre Sheldon rommv Olntv the Hcrantnn lihtwelhl and Ml- He-le w right, e 0, A I: MtSSHestl lommi i.int , inc scramon ugniweignt, fjotchkiia and Mis- Adelaide drowning defeated who outpointed Bert Keycs In clever faahlon Mlta Johnaton and Mlsa Buds Stepbeaa, t l.e I a tiip 'i.antieth lemur- 1 fueada) 'I Mlsed Doubles i lrat round Mi-s norethr m-H i. hwin de'..-i ir ,.,l lhati .v.,r ii, I rrcn and rnlhoun t'ragln. a bVS! Mlsa Klliabeth ", 5I. W 11 I r ,, ,. ', . .. ir. r fa.S H Mooie and fi auler) defeated Mlsa Kmllv lerpeK ) 1 r.. an Inti a n lett 1. here Olnlj riM and Itichard Couater. e 1. t. Mra Fred dsmonattated why Brown failed t" 1 , r ,s, hmltisnd Boi esdefeated MlasTlorncs 1 1 at 1. .111 iie. '-isei iu Hcranton on Jul) 1 s .n,.n a nVxiaiek a. a 2. a-s. utn i d ie anxious to -how New , ..rkei- mat , 1 an a l..p 11 e iittu Dutchman In round cm test Meenwhlle ninty an- he 1- read) UJ meet an. f tin' ottier light uipet an 1 1 I t he "t tier untgtita iu tin vicinity, including the win iiei 01 the Fal aloore-UIck Hvland boul si ihe Empire A. c. of Harlem next Mouda' nlfht. lthoigh ouiig Sa gnt waltnt, ame I- a-t ion. lew 111. if -harp ,1 ' il he v. hipped cattlin mind hattlp 111 Boett lor, t! Indiana nth a big tej uta nok him aetiouaiy Nes..n in a t . el p 1 I uesilay mgt.t outboxed and light It..' t lightweight .l.ampl.ili tl- t-i el- triere a no chain e to lose the decision j l-'.n wa in good phyalcal condition. I nugh ol couree hp "ltd not possess hi, I skin He tried the usual rough tact: to f.nd to his aurnrlaa that the ung ' Booster w aa perfectly at home In I' .-ei-.-ii ni 1.1 " K.iiiir. -gnal victon1 placing him the front -auk Naturally the local CIUDS are now ar.gling for Sa lr aerv ice an.l 11 1- prol al la that be Will be seen here in the near future. W'nlgaat aava he la going to California i pa,rr in eeveral bout before ta- k- ,mg r reddie Welsh on Thanksgiving Day. - means that Wolgaat doesn't intend to entertain propoaltiona from l aeky Merer and Mat' Well or K ) Brown, each of I horn would like to neef him 111 a local Woltast, it i -ani, waa secretly grau- ' sd when the Milwaukee authorities pre 1 anted In- wrati with Mcf'nrland la-t month, it i.p realized. t.o late that he bad roade a tin-take in allowing Paoky to weigh 138 at 1 o'clock. Kvar since hi bout with I.angford in .arrien -Tennniole has l.eeu . Inmorillif :r a longer tight, also charging the 'lar i a- with . owarili' p Tom Mi 1 arev of rr. ..n 1 il rw l.nnu. in, an nltmr fr u up und hatle between these rival 1 and 1 angfont pas accepted It II Jeannetts mean DUsinass Iu . his bancs , , r, n . Z T , , , I I he Boston Red S"i have pi kpd up spi - ; er sterling young players in J, Lewis. I ' ' t"! W"i I om.",r,nJ" ,h"l S itl Henrickson. the right fle der. n ITiaiuci ..I trie New 1 uglaiid League., hen, a tir-t class right banded pitcher m Denver, and other- ihe material : Jamsa McAleer will have at his di--1 .i..'-ii he fte-uine the nianageiuent ' the li.-.j Sox in the -pnng will compare ' -i rably with that 01 any other ma'.ir team Pat I'onoian. who will he ed by M' leer. may taae hold of the v o.gtons, it ia Aaul. Ihe e.Tatulili' for 1 atiagarlal bertha in both leagues tin ' ids fair to he rle. id 111 gly interest ing i ; era ' orne and go but Tri Speaker, X Red Sox ' entre Holder, aeeina to be in 1-- . htmseif I here 1 no more - ien- stainan. while in covering ground I . throw ing long d latum e- this y . ojng man the top of the heap Hi- even tempera LOiped with hi all around -kill. - - linn a more aluablp team worker Ills lamoiia v Cobb t le.iwt that ia ' , . .:i ol Boefon ' ritlcs it I levi lands and Cincinnati! beirin utifiiial post -eaoll aeries lor the II alnp ot Ohio 011 October m under i. - .. if .' National 1 oni mission ihe Hr.o A l ml Cardinal will .struggle lor Louis and in I -- hs and Whit" Sox will ha k horn ut-IMttgburg seriea iia been di-- there's itothlnt doing. nt 1 arrel! has notified Hal ( ha-e iha Highlanders at Wsshinglon mlai to play in sxhimtion game Brooklyn lor ihe benedi id John len, a crippled, sporting writer ne will L. gui at :i o'clock 1 1 1 - I i-t daah on r'iud between. den and the lodger I both teams 1 '-ii regulara ! , tlli.O Mftf'h i- i ermlttlni 111 U' n-MiDIIHIlL' .,HMl- .miii". he i- keeping tii piuhrl nui rjiinuot go HiaU it la ' .-it lie intpiiir to lirt iiU nil I.cmuVi . ml I'iank in Mir ane With I : "i" th'-M j it hoi are working l.i' l. -h lh w n llq low i'li'tr 1 - .I th"' should reiim u mn . . r '"ii tin) N' w't-ls th ill bi aume ii.til oih ii in a: amen .Mti. . tfrei - all liar I .-. i.i.ii'- will UQe a 1 1 1 1 ' H 1 1 1 1 h i ih.i lI. tt,.-. ni'i-l i 1 ii ...it il,.- I lit'M IliUl il.i l()rUW I - i.intiari oil Hdge with dally :-t. will h.iw a h.iiii t-i i,iliti ' ''nig on tin world a prat one) wall known iportlna a iihnij f'tr Ahe statametii thai i n i ..ii,MiM 1(1 lit plttL'af) OM 1 lit- hi1 vi lai no' a Qtllwr 01 1 lio ii i - Ttaan nla ,pi akitlni hi"' n rn-nighi. ani h half r ' I rt r itiatlni rae for atonal sra - ' h ri iiierl for t in ishrr in the i.ifinjz fH,'n at th . 'poiitajl Hcilei RiUlt, lira'lway and LAWS TKSStS. line Progrr In ofn' Tenrnament tetplte Poor Weather. ThC women's metropolitan championship on th courta of tha Wnt Hide Tennis Club had it niOtl active seaajon yesterday, and despite lh nutty weather capital prosree made In the four event on the pro- grsmtns. the mi rni of the woman a singles a straightened out, and to Judge f row 'he ttttt miiim which, are bracketed there should he ome amart work this .,.., ,, nB tha ten aaatlrn Mlsa Masai Hotchklaa la coupled with Miaa Florence' button, the pair hing the challenger and defender of th womeo'a national title ;thia year Mll Hot'hklaa gained her. poaltlon on Ttteoday, while In the fourth ! rotfhd yeaterday Miaa Sutton met Miaa I KloreBst Ilallln, the acore in fayor of the I I allfornlafl leing e I, t I, the lower laectloa of the draw la OOCUpled by Mra ! llarger-Walltii h .nut M.. I dith llandy. . Mr- w.iM.i h, a former tiatiotiai ciintnplon. 1 wtin her place over Mlai I dna Wlldty In J a three aet ettgagement . the f.gtirea being I rl, n ii. a i Mlatt Handv fated Mrs.' A t.ehmaii in liei inatrh and though the rornter set Itred the nrt aet eaaily ahe had to brint tier heat ihota into play iu the hhi oml. whi' h wiw a nutage one Ihe score in favot of Mlea Hand waa S S, 7 &. Ihe women'a rhampioiiatilp doubles oc cupled tlie most of the day, and the tourna ment committee worked With such expedi- Hon lha me semi final, round waa reached 1 Ihe top section is occupied by .Miss Sutton, 1 who ia Paired with Ml Doro'hv tlreen of 1 Philadelphia, and thv will meet Mra oaiiai'ii an.l sirs, t napmau. The pair in the lower aectlon are Mra. W illiam H Couch, who aa Miaa Helen ilel w g won ihe national ainglea champion ship -oni years ago. and Miaa F.illth Handv and MISS Hot chkUM and Miaa Browning It will be -een that Mia Hunce and Mia I Clreen, 'he winner of thi title laat year , nie nut paired again. Mi Hunce had alias W ildev ,1 a partner, and in the aecond I round they had to how before Mr W'allaoh and Mis i hapnian, though the latter com-1 lunation had to work all the way to keep 1 111 front Ihe mixed double were put under way' and several matchea were played, the j longest being between Mra Frederick BchtnitX and Arthur Bovea again! Miaa i Sutton and A Boat w Irk. It waa played In the court at the end of the clubhnuae aUSSTUS a, , ,,, MlM Sutton won the net at a -'. and with matter even In aeta hegan aome of the warmeat mixed douhlea work ever aeon on the court At every poaalble chance hoth men and women came to the net for mahea. and aome very fine kill were broutht off on both aldea. Ho hot was the encounter that one of Mr Rchmltr.'a aiuAhe hit Boatwick on the temple and i apun him around on the court After a apell of cloae Work the paira drew level J at t all I hen it wa a all. wnen Jira alohmit ami Sovea won the next two gamea and the n;ach at a 1 he aunimary Uetropoiiian Ckaniplenshlp-- Womea'i its girt. fourth rounil Ml- Klorence Mutton defeated Mlsa I leretu i-Ilallln. A I. a ; Miaa Kdlth Handy d-feated Mra Lehman. A .1. " Mra Harger 'Ualla. h defratd M- i dna U lldry ? A ft o A I Wor et a Double t'lrat round- Mr Frederick i SehRllI? and Mia l lara K'.troff. a bye Miaa Clor I rticf Sutton and Mia Dorothy ,rfrn defeated' I Mi- Humphrey! end partner bv default. Mra ! M.n ger V nllftfh ai.d Mr lieorge M t bapinan I detaated Ml Klliabeth il Moore and Mlta KISN Little a ,J s. a '-' Miaa KlltSDtth Hume and Miaa I dr.a Wlidej drfeatrd Mla Marie Wagner and Mi-- lannie i ish a aa 1 Mr- William ll Pouch and Miss 1 ui'ti Handy defeated Mra. Ilium and Mr- Lehman. A '.' A V Mia- Florence Sheldon a-vt Ml lie I Wright defeated Miaa He-sir Hidden and Ml Marian Vanecrkof, A 4. 3- A. A V Ml .Johnston and Mlsa Hud Mephen- defeated Mi t lorence Haliln and Ml MayballlB.e . hi. a 0; afiss Hatel Holckklst arn Ml Adrlaide Hr.'wnlng. a bye Hecoad Ro nd Miss riorenre Sutton and Miss Dorntto lirreti defeated Mrs Lrederlek S.'lmdt? and Mhta i lata h itr.id. A 1.7 V. Mra llarnip Srailach laa UN i;enree M t'hanmande 1 gc utile and Richard it Palmer defeated Mlsa tiles Latllag and John Lattlng. 6 , A 2; Mlta Man I Hotchklaa and i nrlton B. (.ardntr defeated Ml lle-le Hollen ami t Sc an le detatlll. Mr ami Dr Humphreys, e bye, Women'a I'aaiolalton singles Flrat ro iad Mlea RuUI Harper defeated Mlsa Marie Wagner b , ier.i.. m 1-s i iara nuiron oeira'eu .wis n. r.- . im el, a . a .i w, 11 tm i n s RACE yir.r.T to-pay. even F.cnl to lie Decided at FlklnaJ Park. ,1oseph F W 'Idener Will entertain turfmen at 1- Ikm Park, Fa . In-day with the annual race meel ing. which coneletoof aeven events ai ross country and on th flat The entries in hide aome flrt cla horea and good The Central Bailroad I ftpor' 1 promised v.- lr-,,. u.l mtnr, tl. tein Ipavin West Twenty -third etreet at I0.&O o'clocl K at th track The flrat race will lie run St ; o'clock and the managera say vleitora will lie at.le to arrive in thia city at S P M The entrlea follow First Race All agea; all furlongi .tohn A Munro 1X4 Ana-he .ra 1:: 1:1 11 117 117 hi 11a llomecresi 1 i' oralBger ;i ned l Bluer rea 125 The Raaeal 173 Helfast Section Seriion, Itnyal Vane. 17 Draehme i'eeliia H . Ua Willing . She-wood 117 Mayor Head loun'rv fjuy . 117 Dixtana Belle Seeond Race Chel enham Steeplerhaw: two miles and a half: iKild 1' ate 1M Aiha 140 Prince Hanip'on ISO .T W. Frye 117 ehedee 14S Smelter 117 Third Rare I'ollgny Steepleehaae; two mttet 'rnlleny oola 144 I Prince Hampton , lar west 1X5 Supplement 190 Sliove, . . . ISA ,iu lx 192 upward ! I.'lll lOIIOIl I4A Flower OUP 144 Melionere Three year olds and Knnlsklllsn loirlh Race Mtttlemen r tiers one mile : 1..-,. ian n.ideraft 11: m nd 14a Selena 1 143 J" 144 Th- Rascal . 140 f ining in' Fifth Raee Lvnnewood rhallenre Cup. two ,.;J"nn(1 : T las dventurer 1A0 IA7 IS7 mllei 147 1S7 1&7 kennswlck 1 rank S'agg Hlglh Race 1A2 l,enape 1A2 Zetiedee Btesplsehassi Army and a half Kn'ght of RlWSy 1A2 Miaa Hynea Tampieo l2 lireat Khan K tft2 Kemiier Aths se-.enth Itace flat Staseula'or I'rank stag Tmld; Bk)aaom Far Weal 1A7 one mile and a quarter on iha 1X7 Oddrraft. IU Renault S faun 147 Shove 147 147 140 140 SPEEDWAY UATXEE. II. llntlme Wine the ( lata A Pace After l.oalng One Heat. Four light harneaa events made tip the programme for the matinee meeting which the members of 'he Road Drivers tooo- elation held g'eaterday afternoon at Sa.'ed Far., instead of the raoea acheduled tor yeaterday s card the remamder of last Ktinaay'a programme, which waa tailed off on account of the rain, wa run off Hugh 1 Ri lily's bay gelding H (Intime won the 1 Ins- pace in the third heat after losing the second fo 1 v Huut'a Olover Patch N ( it unfelder a Triphammer. I known to his admirers aa Sledgehammer on account Ol 111 ai7.. wow ine i iaaa 1. ra 1 in atraitnt lOUBI I 1 ' hRt. dMs.t ins I hoditrH ami 1 N Morgan a gin Hell The summaries 1 "ia i . trotilngi Triphammer, in g H. Orunsfslde? c c . br e. T oung oiieen itel h in IU, MorfaD' 1. la-iic to 'wc I Ime i l... A. pacing I U. I Tl II 1 nil I ire. i. I H 1 lot ft Pstcb. h. m The Arlsiocral. hlk Uclll ) J, Hun 1 1 I .V MullA(l I 1 TW. I . l.OI'v S S 1 i :ri aldinr. irr HC iimr lat !. pni-iiu Mniutgnt Inrset, if m IW. 0lH.Mll lial Hell. h m. (fl Morgnm I'booograpfti to ffl ' orkeryj Time i I w I iaH i . iro- mik ' Avrgr.i i a a V. T'fhan Mi !i ni h Ml ' A M III Ad ..'.Tii,!. T ill Baiiilvi MtV,ue"'h v if Kregsn. . Hamilton Hi'W th rriifrut'ounlr) Running, i i. in ;r. N. V ., tu t 4 Hamilton College h i revived eroag-ooUBtrT running, t.'tpt . Kg Hi us ton has doxtn man daily at road worl i Two dual runs have !tnn Hrh"duled with 1 1 nlgal - hi Clinton, Oi-toher 14, and With I i n Ion if heneotady, Octobar -i WPHiorn l.rasuc Al LlacolS Ktri fame I.lnrnln. l; Omaha. 2 Srrnnrt (nmr ilmah. :': I.lnrnln. 1 w st Jasspti st Jaasph. Pussla. 4 ... i sir.ii oft Usovar. t. SfnBs city. I At !e HOlnSS Tiipek. 3, Dr Mnlnen. 1 AVWOMO BUYING a motor truck is like hiring a man. You are not interested in the c olor of his eyes, the tilt of his nose, or his height and weight. You want to know what this man has done and what he can do. Just so with the motor truck. It's what a truck will do that interests you. Price alone sells few trucks. It's what you "get for the money" that sells them. In other words value. Four things determine value in a truck. One of them is good design. The only sure way to tell good design is by results. If a truck is not well designed the owner soon knows. If it is well designed, and if he can use more trucks in his business, he buys more of the same make naturally. Thus you may judge a truck by the number of repeat orders or re orders. In the case of the Alco Truck fi2 per cent, were purchased on repeat orders. Nine tenths of this number are in the service of firms and corporations listed in Bradstreet s at over 11,000,000 Before purchasing, many of these large firms carried on extensive experiments to determine which motor truck waa best. If only one Alco h.td been purchased by each of these concerns, its place among motor trucks would be clear. But each . of these bought more than one. The American Express Com pany has 0; the Gulf Refining Company 16; AMONG THE ADT0MQBIL1STS TROVBLE ABQVT OFFICIALS AT FAtRVOtXT r.4TK. Most Hmt Wagnrr. Ss fnalrman But1 ler. t)0t Phlladelphlans Don't grrr No Rare Otherwise Is A. . . t'U I tlmatunf Kpeed Trspa OttMlpt, i hairman Butlo? of lh onto,t Rnaid of j the American Automohllr? Ansoriarinn U awaiting from th Onaker Cltjr Motor club of Philadelphia a reply to an ultimatum ' Waned by Mr. Butler to the effert thai Fred j -i Wagner is to art a starter at the Kaii iiiouriT Park rB''eB on Saturday or else there will b no'met Ph Phlladalphtam want C Hilton c.antert. ho M.-irted th" race lat ) eat . alleging that h does his work for nothing, and aa the meet is for charity they ran t see their way to paving Wa at ner They aay in Philadelphia that Wagner I asavn pmo ior ma nrri--. om ai''r I s4ld vpaterday If asked l?oo if he were ex part d to May there a weok and devott that much iim1 to the raees He added "Tbara is just much rhirlty in m an then la In the (Quaker City Motor Club, and if i' . ihnc ni thnf nil Mia mrtnov irripa to charltabla Inatitutloni and none to the ben en I f the ehlh I will give my aervir.'H I free. " 1 It appegra the saiution for the mttl I was conditional on f be ompiovment tm I oflli il of men of national experlenee. a, j was recommended to tho Contest Board I by the Manufacture!! contest Association 1 tjarll'T in th' year should he dnn- in all j important mrt. The men in charge of j rut'ing believe it is iircpi-ary to have officials I who will ho aho to handle aitnnMons that I may arine They reattc too thut the future I of rue i n may he endangered if incompetent men are in charge of racing events. It is a iueation of judgmsnt, however, if the men the PhUadtlphlana hive aelprtrd are any the less able to handle th meet than thote who may come from other cities. Apparently the a. a k bellfrea they are, and hence the ultimatum ChSrlSS t Km. of lh IOSlar Motor ( onipany. who ha hrcn looklBV thorn over in IhS early mornina prSOtlco at I'hiladrl phta, wa in limn I'SSttrtftl Frd Wagnrr pi. n to lar on S'indav for Kanta HOSlea, har h will h an ofTlr ial a the road rsc-s With him will ao l.oui At TOMOBII.KS ALCO Motor Trucks How to Judge a Motor Truck AMERICAN LOCOMOTIVE Builders also Movers of the World's Goods since 1835 Disbrow, who in to drive an ('hi of th r-vents car in 0M Not ice of a sped trap at Scarsdale. Y . , Is given by the Bureau of Touraof the Auto motive, Club of America I he trap is on the New York Post road about &on fet after passing the public school on the I ft and the tiarwln etate on the tight roming from the direction of New N ork At thus point there is a clump of tree on the rorner. u.ed by the poliemen for a hiding plae The t raj- starts from this orper and eatenda about 3,000 fet north along the trolley line over a good macadamized road which hHs been oiled recently . I here is antiflty against smoking aut(. moblle tu Brooklyn too. a poli mun at the Plaa side of Prtiapert I at -i shooing rats tliat emit the slightest vapor off to a side t.t reet In New York the poIjrmen' continue to hold their own ideas on what ia dense smoke One ofttrr who was handing out 1 summonses v-eitrdav gave one to a driver w hose machine certain))' wasn't em jit ing dens., snioke bv a whole lot The deusitv tn 'he neighborhood Isn't always in the matter of amoke The Baker Motor Vehnle Companv has I started SUM against the Raucn A Lang Carriage Company and the Uroc RlectriO Vehicle i ompany, alleging lufrinvamenta of patent on shall driven itlectrloa. telegram from Pr chariest; Percival. dated Vancouver, b c , announces that ne aucceeded in reach Inn Dawaon. Uukii in an Abbott -l)etrot( making the furtheet north ever accomplished by an automobile, he as He intends trying o get acroa Ifthapraatnl cold s'sathsrcuutluuss. I publlcstlon n..t davotad lo autotnobllaa racantly publlahad a itartoon showlnii a fHrir.tr horsa and U'asoili With llt hors.. , fr4litcaly pauinir; Ihs air ovar in tho urn at the sine nl tha roatl sliilr SUtOlllubllPS i of all sorts rushad hi In aitltsr dlractlon( ' ttii-nm liouda "f QUSI. The nitt'erlnu cap lion had to do with State toads for the , tanner, who pay the tux lnummh as ni. I, auti.inoMliat pay a diret-t tax koii- 1 erally more thntk the f.-irmer iI.m. the nln. 1 tnre seemed a neat the rlBilt side of thlDSS as QOSa the fanner' horsfl in it to (he side of the road he Hhould tie on. i It I obsarfsblS that the car advertised 1 in the lit itlsh motprlna publications are now 1 very fenerally ot low Viorse-povier. that i ' a train! to fixed rutins What these machines mav he viewed Ironi the point of cylinder content Is not tMolflad IS.it I there miiat lie a demand loi low poe)-aor else thov would not ho so advertised. 1 he nialorlti of cms aie aotiiawhars Italwaan 14 and 90 hore-power and even some of the i I niunem appe.it inv Pnassas are rated low Tn aome caaes the ratlnfS appear tidicn- IIOUS Most peraons fx pen to find a i eyllnder car w th a good sized motor ,en ' the ace advert iixed u 1'5 31 horae power car AtrroMonn.KM. (iimbcl Brothers 13; the Long Island Express Company 10; and so on. Among some the Alco has been accepted as the standard all future purchases will be Alcos. The second joint on which value depends is the experience of the man ufacturer. . Good design means little unless experience in building is back of it. The thing to know is "how long has the manufacturer been building trucks." "What does the manufac turer know about the problems of transportation?" For the American Ixicomotive Company, builders of the Alco Truck, the experience began in 100j. The Alco Truck was marketed 111 1008. The experience of the American I.o-omotive Company in problems of transpor tation dates back to 1 8 .5 as movers of the world's goods. The. problems of the locomotive and the problems of the motor truck are parallel. One is a power driven vehicle running on rails. The other a power driven vehicle running Without rails. The experience of the American locomo tive Company, as builders of the Alco Truck, is rare. Value is again determined in the way the truck is built. Little docs it matter how well a truck is designed if it is not well built. It becomes a consideration of factory and factory equipment. The Alco factory represents a very large investment in equipment. In it are built P.S per cent, of the parts of the Alco Truck. It has the most complete heat treat ing plant of any motor truck factory in the world. It has large chemical and physical COMPANY, of the Alco 6-Cylinder and 4-Cylinder and Alco Taxi cab of lig ylindersTthey must believe that It is being underrated In conntrtea where the road HVHtem is good and where grades are not great small powers do tine work In Prance, one motorist says there are al moal no grade of more than 10 per cent 1 hose few that are more are on roads so finely made that the car has only the height to overcome and does not have to Light against the roadway too. These are teasons why In this country a man must still have a hlsh powered car to tour handily He will encounter many a place otherwlae which Will siirk him. But III the rities ,tnd for local driving there is no reason why foreiarn prat lice should not be followed It will menu comfort and greater ronvemenre to use small powered machines for town car In organization which devotes time of which it has plen'v. and influence, of Which it has fortunately little, to showing that automobiles cause the largest percent age of deaths in various communities can hardly be regarded as friendlv to the cause of motoring or motorists. Al.HASV. Oct. 4 Secretary of S'ate laaraneky announced to-day that heoanse so lew favorable responses have been re ceived to his Invitation to attend a confer ence of the officials having charge of auto mobile matters in the various states it ha- DOen neceasiry to post pone t he conference HARVARD ATHLETIC EYS. Oarsmen Mart I all Work Three llsseliall nates for Princeton. raMBRjuug, Oct 4 Poach Wrav of the I Harvard arsit crow hiv started the fall I work lor ids oarsmen and already has three eiuhts on the river ( apt Htroni ha . ailed out only 9 pet i.'iu lad men. KavAolds of the freshmen osrsmsjl heinc the only r.ewi omet in tha flrst eight There were live shtlts, however. Ill the varsity Newton i. ein.: moved from I to 7. where Hogar t utler lowed, and Meyer, who. rowed on the winnitli' four oar lust .Line, bains placed at 4 Meti alf has heen mover! to Wit hlnfton's phc e at -'. flom No :i, m which sent lialch ha-- baon placed llali , fornierlv wa how oar Raynolda was the how to ctay, (ioodale strOKS and Htratton ( apt Htrons rantalnlni hi nts usual place nt a t the meetinit of the athletic committ..R three hasehall dates were siiuifested to Princeton, one of them bains Mav as it Is not expected that the dales will i... n. iept.ihle to the I iners Not until i,w Nal and I't iin eton li.isehnll dBtON ate dot ided will arraniffnisnts ba made for even one game with the I niversity of PaimsylvsnTa, ihe Harvard hookay team will no) tie a nie-nhnr of the lUlStvollaglSla leuu ie th. lull Ihe uianacemenl . how e ei . has sailed to he allowed to pa three games tm, ale and three Willi Trim etnn. It is nut likelv that the athleti' lommiitee. will grant this remiest Including tbs lawn tennU dajers 300 la AtTOfiin-r.. laboratories to analyse goad teat the metsle that go into the Ako Track. In gpecfcU and automatic machtnerjr the tuveHiuent ia particularly large. Many of the tools ere not took in the ordinary sense of the wsoreL, but are fine instruments like these mt a surgeon and are kept in flannel when net in use. In thia factory is the Largest drop hammer in the world. It weighs 250,000 pounds. The fourth consideration in deter mining value and one that is most decisive is the responsibility of the manufacturer. The safest thing in the world to buy is reputation. Baying track from a manufacturer without rep utation or responsibility is like making a loan without security. The American Locomotive Company fa capitalized mt $50,000,000. It dates back to 1855 aa movers of the world's goods. It has built 50,000 locomotives. Its reputation is indelible. These four considerations Good Design, the Experience of the Manu facturer, Good Building and the Re sponsibility of the Manufacturer provide an "acid test" for judging a motor truck. There are a few trucks that can stand this test. Of these the Alco Truck is one. You should investigate the Alco for one vital reason, if for no other : the latent experience of its build ers in manufacturing power driven vehicles. Write for an appointment. 1886 Broadway. New York Motor Cars Capital, $50,000,000 a fair estimate of the number of athletes now part I'M patina a very afternoon in various sporta on Soldiers Field. IjAI'REL racks. i roalea VI Ins Bine Point Stake for Two. 1 raroids. BaLTIMORS, (let. 4 The track at T.atirel wa in falrlv (rood shape thia afternoon and although the field were rather light there were many cloae finlehe and quits a few upaets Lahore, the odd on choice, for the handicap at alx furlong, aulked dining the race and was had lat of the lour that ran. the Hlue Point Selling Stakes, for t wo-vear-old. stood out as the day's feature and it WSS won hy the Schorr entry, Krogleg Starter Dads set ingfleld anil K.atep down 'or two dav each I he suininarle limt RacS ti' furlong uto Maid 107 iDyrash s to I. won, Satlir Shapiro. 113 iGordoin. 0 o I. aspontl: Irlshtosra, 1,2 lAMrssai.il 10 a, third Iim I :ns r t. ftod and Qua, Kfflrlenrj'. t.race Mr . Pfcasta and PrlaBdO Lady alo ran. Sei .inil Karr Sli and a half furlongs- Double f he. lot iqordon), 4 to 1 won Ben I.nmnnd. IM iDlffffUlSl' s ' I' SSOOndl llanule. 107 (WUspB!. ,'. to I. thlr.1 Tlmr. 1J7 Mlndtnette. POOUIfbtS, MlM.lnnah. tack Burden and lmn II aln ran Ihiin iiac t turnings- apmr. 103 iKnre hand' 13 to 1. won; pern. IOC iHyrnei, erond: U.-rmal. S iDlgglns.. IS 10 S. third. Iimr. lis 1 nherr also ran 1 ourth Hare live and a half furlong -Frog fgv 1 18 iWIISOBli II t 1 2. won; Mnlsviut. Ill livrne an. .1, saoOBdJ Llslito lif Lift. 109 I nig (Inst, to 1. third t ime. 112 2 1, lima. Marv t'nilly and Dttvaj also ran. fifth Itace One ndlr and aevrnty yard HattaraSi I'd .llggins. IS 10 ;.. won: Kniifmnn. 101 iMopkhiRi. 1. to 1. second Torn Melton. Ill (Qof UOOfi JO 6, thlr.1. Tlmr. 1 M 1 y Joe llosr, liiara v Irl and Hang also ran. Sixth Hare One mile and a lt i'i My tial 10s iwlncnsldl. 1 in .s. won. (iranl. tus iBelli in I. iiri'iind: i'roy Wright, log iHpkin. a to third, iimr. I si 3 Merman and lalswslss alo ran. rr.Tr.R tiiohpsos's rvtVMtY, Nnprano Wins leSoell stas.es I'hlan'c fast NUr, LilSIMOTOK, By., Oct 4 Peter Thomp son, a aim of I'eter the Croat, owned h A II loxe, Paoll, Pa, won in stralfhl heats to-day the three. year old division of Ithd lU.iMio Kentucky Futurity, which race 1 waa continued from yeatsrday. Mainleal, a sou of Miiinshe'-t . having two heats to ' his credit and xtlanuc Express one. Hostile 'the continued Fututitv Hie McDowell I stakes for t In' two year old division of the Kentucky futurity were feat 111 ed on the laid. Tha format wu cleverly won hv hit I Midden's game little dausflltsr "i llellinl. Soprano, who aasti) defe-itcd ..lace, the Kentucky liitmiiv winner of last sen son, troll ins the flrat heat in joy setting a new record for the race Th tw o year old Futurity w a a walkover AiTOMomr.va for Mlsa Ksthryn L. Wllkea's Kentucky Todd fllly l'rincea Todd. This 1 th second time that the colore of Mta Wilkes have been piloted to victory in this event. The world' champion trotting gelding t'hlan started to lieat the track record. 2tli, which he eaaily did, going the mile in I ..st. tinder circumstances not at all favnrahle ti record breaking. I hlan will start again during the meeting to lowar hia own record of 1 :sa,4. The summaries: Kentucky Futurity; three-year-old trotters: value, n 1 mi Feter Thompwon. h g. ij Peter inr t.rcvat i.ynia inompaon lisrrsjl) 1 Malnlraf nr. c . hy Malnthret - shief iikc tcurtui 1 Atlantic Rsprass. h c . by Bel Hal RSDrsssivs 'Olrkeraont S Mart am Parrish. b f lAodrswslJ BOS. I'll. 0 iVoungi 4 2 2 111 1 a S 4 4 1 8 S 1 die llarlun. b c latooral.. 7 dls I.ettle l.ee. h f .White' .1 dl Tim.- 2llV liOS't 2:0"V 2 07tj. 2.1 . 2 in,'. 2rl, pacing; value. S1.000: Bill Hallev 11 1 by .tavfntt Amy iMsDonaldi .512 It 1 Princess Hal. b. m.. by Star Hal-- Alramedla iHedrtrki. 7 I 1 t S 4 Flla M . blk. ai., by Pro Bono - 1:11a H.i loaon 127 22 . 1 The Shakepearr. br .Spears ItOlllQfS, h g. il.oomla- (lame Maid. b. 111. iSnowi Alberta, b. g. (Haagi : lieorgr Prnn. h g iHlgfti rir M ih n iWalken ; Ralph Patch, h g. 'Lynch iold Seal. eh. m Kern. . ItBOl It.. Bl 'Stornveai... 2 7 11 S 4 .1 rn 4 8 rn 5 a 4 ro II 1 m , 9 in n rn .in a rn S II I'i ro dls Time i-M. 2 i. 2:07. :UH, 2 1'v. S:13S. The McDowell; 3 OH elaaa. trotting value U.iQS: Aopranii. ch. in., by Bellini Operetta udrewi . ..Ill iracr. ch ill iMeDSVlttl S 2 1 wiiiy h s ipanaocki.. 214 Hon latbor. br g iKImlintl I ! 1 Arlo l.ryhnrn. b. 1 i.tiiuet1. A S Time 3 .OS. laws. 2;(ta14. The Kenturky Futurity, for iwniuro4d Irutter V nine. BS (Km: Princes Todd, tilk f . by Kentucky Todd liiaee llenyon 1 ndrewac Mahomet Walla, hr c 'Chandler! t Ktuncy Mac. b. e. d'urr ' . Baron Pester, bill c 'Nolan1 Dandy tl.. eh r i llllams' sister Monica, blk f iBenyoni I lime 3 HV 2 I3'. I 11 linas. pacing. i'.re. II.0U0 lunAoltbsd) I Hctr nt l aw hlk . In lliir at l aw 1 1 3 2 .1 4 4 5 . .VMs nllkr Hoy taltscsisioni I I The I Inr Ii ii 'arei 7 3 ll'.rll". V l.r tn 1 I .OOm I ' ' .1 .) 2 1 1 3SJ .'.si 1 3dr S am 4 fro 7 7ro s dla I Judge Ward, b t iHennrleki I I Mav lllllon. ch. ni ..lunes. . S I Lucius T ild. h. a. (Wslh S : Hsltsn. ro a ICOQH I... 6 Lairrletts. h m iPatlersoa)" 2 Time ? OS'v- ?td'i. 2 '?. 2:07'. 2 14 rlasa. trotting, value. It .000 I Ullllnishrd). 'ni". nt Asworthy, b. . hy Asworlhy- My 1 Trlnl.el tNuckols' I 4 ' Robert K . hr g. tT.Kid' . . .31 1 llentntore. b a itMimlsi ... s j Martha . h. ni iWrlfhll S I Catttsdnm, b i( hannirr 7 $ Pltlr i ralg b n- (llarnabyl. . 4 7 Billy Duck, h s iShrrryi ,,,,4 a Tltna-a.0S. lilt, JOSH. I