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THE SUN, SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1912.
11 PUZZLES HIGHLANDERS 41 - M' I i ptI mid rontfol With ox MililMirt He i nil lliiu. ro! (TKVKS I'OL'XDKl) Jill,!' mill Sots Kvniiiplo ( luirircs With Four Soliil Urivi's. For , nilas b.lllliltlj lir tll Alili'llcn tl ! iir tiMiti- nit" lied for llm place lo r adorn the second division with mm .is yel 'l lu' s.unn tcmtiK Hint i. i uivnliiit Kiune won it irn In yostcr mei iiI'iik the ntiusiinl rondllion ot Martini: out with two Rlralcht re- 'II"' llklilnndors sucouttihcd u 'hf lied Sox. tin' Athletics trimmed Nationals ctii more, the Cleveland rpe. o,i h' I 't nut e.ponse mid the ox ni'iim Inld the Hrown low X rsleiiln's Results hoiton Ncc oi ii V. nir phii, :i, Washington, I iru mil. I, llrtroll, ?. ihlcagn, St. Iiuls, I (ininnlngxi siilliilluu of Ihr Clnlis. I.. IV W. U IV. i i tun) New York , .0 2 .(ml itlripM - n I im Washington...!! 5 .on) Hfhinl - n Dciioll ...0 7 ,a) 1 u I.imi SI lamb. ,0 2 .J To-ilnj'a Melirilule. (i- i .n r Vork. u i-j' in In Philadelphia pm- i n i lexclnnd I I ., Ill lll".lp Hrien lll pitch for u to-day', i it I hirdlv III, ' wild I'reldeiil MoAIecr . t . 'on lied Sox lioforo the Biiino with ,e I .".I imlor. w hi lost by a score ol .1 to ,ii Mii'-rnMii l.easrue PurU yesterday. Mr t Hrlen was In pour trim, what will e h .imiplish when In absolutely perfect . .n 'l.m- I he dir!( iluy probably aide I i in j llo-lon boxinan, who had terrific . c I lul -neb excellent ion! roll hat he iravo I x incle bane on ball Wolverton'ii e,. t tut him for i sire drive", two ot ei three linisiier by Wolter and Cree. -niri il llie only runs for New .ork, if iitnl O'llrien the Snv pluycd errorless 1 hi'v wure brimful of pepper and ,,'tlciue and looked like winner nil the i a Hi J lake Stahl, who huh slretiKthencd ii- Ii.iiii immeasurably, walloped the e ' ci tor four bine lilts. hll' Dully I ewln l f i out three more The hlitireHt lilt of f .mil1 n.i a lour bairifer by 'I rit Speaker, made the ilrcull by tail -prliillns In the it iiitiiiw I ueM l ord pltrhed hi" flirt champion- I ciime He didn't have the usual peed, m b.ihly hecuu-e he wasn't anxious to run rK with his salary wlnir in such chilly tii" fphere lie was pounded heavily n ,u iuiis ocras on, but iiiaisnlllceut fleld l.l I x li.iiiiels helped to keep the visitors' iure down I'ord, however, satisfied the in'i'o that lie will i:omn uluiiu' with his 'rnirr skill when Iho eninpalmi if.Uswell r.dr w.tv llarlell made two glaring rrrer at short field, but they cost nothing Wohnrton wag loiistAntJy on the roach n." I nf, waiting for tho ild to turn In his ( -ir, but he was doomed to defeut und 'ook i philosophically. Hut h showed his c'l'mc -plrlt when he went In to bat for lar! i.nnlniT In the last inning. The lligh- .1er and the crowd applauded the new .in.icer for his nenc and he promptly wed that h" hud not lost his eye-laht, r he drove a tremendous liner in deep . f centre Sis-aker, however, sprinted r , p't under the falling pill and gobbled t v it coiisumm'ale eae, ctiditu; th" game. V, erion put Sinimons, th former lioclies "r t iver, ill to but for Kurd In the I'lghth ir, ang, but the iihw recruit struck out on vi pltrhed balls. Then little Jack War i I'ni-hed the task In the box and xvas i i get by wllhoul allow ing n run. I rnii.ilily i,ixi fans turned out to see ond HiKsle of the series, In spite of the New x.orks' dowiilull on ine otieiimg dny. rl lieg.m otioeutlotn by hunding four s. ' liooisir, but Verkes went out on n 'P-iin'iHlnus lick to Cree, Ss'aker followed eli ii wicked line drive, to right centre '. w'.iili Hooper scored. The ball was a'nii 'il .rapidly, but It took u bad bound ijv from Chase, and Speaker, who might 1 1 niiileit at llm plate, scoreil a home r in s'niii also received u tree iickci, nut i iniii.'i iniii-ii nun mi it mi lu I ii 1 1 1 . s Miiiie to time with a rattling two 'never in dei centre and Cardner ran in - " Hilrd run. Kurd tightened upon W ilier and the hitler popied to I'.arl i -i.r iner II .rrv Wolter ofs-ned the last imlf with r j, snorting three bagger to left centra II" ,- un th wny to Hie plute when Daniels it" i .i "Wif ijiouiidur to Verkei for the r-' i ii' s Wnlier cross d the plain the f.-o J t raced up and howled for Joy. Chase it.'! ( ue, honiixer, could do nothing with 'i lirl 'ii s smoking curves, l' mi's clean liauilliug of a clow roller " " i i ii ll'm.er's bat was the font in h of Hos co" Mum 1 inning llurtzell started New i-k's huif with a scratch hit and Dolan or-ed 111 .1 line snerillce, hut again O'llrien 1 n sipieine the next two batsmen going r ' mi My balls t -ii iMA double play by Tail (iardnet ..tit s,i helied to blank the Sox in the ' . ri .un i it after Verke had received u I' - ri, Ibirielfn low throw, Stahl made l- ti-t n ' then, hut wiiB left. O'llrien Hi-i-.s... l 1 1 tt. Hlllmen In regular order In 'on inn! McAleer'n face was u smile i ' I .reneurt m chin. Ii rl v. .is going along smoothly lu the o -Mi lor niter Iewis began it with a -ri'u, ,ui,l W'uguer suirlllced Daniels nil- j .sturtllng catch off Carrlgan which liil n possible triple Kord knocked 'l'j"n O'llrien s hot amash with one hand ij'l !. was lelt. Hillllant catcheb by il""wr. I.nwls and Speaker settled the lui . iii.leis n the last half, Chase, Cree ir t IUrtei raising the leather tor three ..i row I "fi.K cite hes by Daniels in the filth "ti'il Hooter and Yerke of long hits, . Sr'jkei' hard ground hit was " ; 1 ( l.arl Oardner with much grace 'n.e.js Doi.ui began New fork's turn '. ,ili' Sf ralc h .uul got as far as third An x x ri cm and an Infield out, but i'ord i t . ion loui lor Carrlgan. fi.ii i. -rce grounder In the sixth inning rt! " ftad b.isix and bounded twenty feet -truji,' ip in the air. It wt the big fel low -eeoud blngle, but uHer stealing 'fonf by a hair he xvas left. Hooper pro', d' clepilved W'olter of a three bagger ' ' UH hair with a brilliant catch while Jp'i'i :i' at top srieed toward the centre " i ".C her, l :i ,j..poser of tho Hoaneaters with "' 1 1 lu il balls In the sexenth and the v ' . tt.en U'gan to call for u rully. Ulnlle '' up tli" neighborhood with a long i:r.' r N, r'sl.t tuutro that notted throo bags, i ii, r tla mop. excitement when he scored 'n H.ivill, rinash for a single to, right. !!' !ii aid down a sacrltlrn bunt and, with tlnr. -.' on i-vcond, one run wuh needed to , (l I!, ""ii didn't make n balloon ascension. n,. r i, r (, turned on more steam and rsri iiiriuerS lly was pie for Speaker. 'iido I. nod; the ball out of tho lot. , ' mtiiciiIIv oxer the plate and 1 ' -an .T.mbeil t for the third out. "i .in ertii'U iwo men 111 I no cigiiui (I atir c.iiiie. Sfnbl lulnmeil the 1. r I s mini single anil lumbered to 1 1 'i I iiurdiier's smart double bagger ' I hep old Hard I.uck got In tl : ' 11' made thn -crowd groan. In ' ii . high inshoot Is-wls threw up 1 ,md 1 111 In 1 ui lonu I ly knocked 11 . ,'p r lowaid I ho. The hall slid " '' s ti notion 10 shoot, at nn obtuse x Hal leiii liml mil to stop It, with tho mi lulled into right field, (lanlner ' ' " ,.' un, bill he couldn't make the "ic bag quick ly enough to get u i 1 so Imih Slahl nnd l. Oardner ' -s the pi mi wiih the runs that ' 1 'orv "1' ' I ic.1 a limine to force lwls on "i - .'tuuriiler and then lost Wagner 1 'I 'I Him ball ten feet over Chase's " f 11 rr gap was lilt on the head by a '1 I ill but wasn't even Hlunned, " I'n ill three men wern left on ' l.rn - shm to 1 base Daniels scratched ' N"B ork 's half, but was anchored. 1 .u Mnlil foil ml Wurhop's under- 'rliuli n ,,, j.,, p u. fx, y Aineil. I' ion Amer league Park Adm, c. " Ws.lilnsinn Park. Iii'dai, ; I". M. 1 is to ii' tcfr hand delivery for singles In thn ninth, httt I Mahl w,i, nipped Menlln for the third out before ltirke could reach thu pAn. Croo started the lllllnicii's turn with n tree pass, Mien initio two force hits and Woixerton's , plucky iittetnpt to lilt the hull beyond the 1 limits of the i:ld, The acorn! . HOSTO.V (A. .NT.W YOIIK. nw. ii, p. a, c. , ltooiirr.if. I ii ;i ii OiWoltcr.rf.. o, n. p, i. r I I I 0 II Sprakc'r.cfia Hi iinniri" ,4 I I o ..l l u miiFr.io., I 0 Cree.lf.. ..1 U.llartt'l.ss. .4 n Iminn.sti 2 0 i:.iarctnT2h2 (i Wolverton.l 0 Htrret.e. . ,s fiinni.lll, . I.Cnrd'r..Hil I.CWIsJf, I , Wagner.sx :i i a t t .1 2 0 2 O A 0 II I o tl .1 o o n i 0 l 0 n o II nn icari.c.:! O'llrien. p I Tolalx .MI0 57 0 0',Sliiii'ni.'in...i W'arhup.p. 0 ., I Tunis fl 11 11 2 Mulled for I!. Cnnlncr In the ninth Innlnc. tllatteil for l'oril In the rlshlh Inning. Ilostnti, . 3 o o ft n o 0 2 o-r. New York I n u u ti u t u 0-2 Itunv-lloMnn-ltonprr, Hticaker, Stahl, L. (iard iicr.2. New York W oller.Crrr. Two bane hit Jjewlsli. tinrrtnrr. Three base hltt-W'oltfr.Crrr. Home run Speaker, Xocilncr hlt Wagner, )n an, 2: I:, (lantner. Stolen banes-Stihi, llulan, 1 Irst hac on error-HoMon, 2. first base on balls-on OTIrlr n, 1: olf Font, 2. Struck out-lly tl llrlen. I: by Font, l. Hit bypltrlicil hall- lly t'lirct (Carrloni. lilts OfT VorA. a In right Innings. Lett on bf s- lloxton, ; New j orlt, i I inutile play- II, Gardner and Chase, t mplre In rhlrf -Connolly, Field umpire-Hart. Tlnie-2 hours. INCIDENTS ON THE HILL TOP CarrlKan was willing to admit after the mine Hint his hescl wss made ot lignum xltie. One of Ford's spiders struck him sciuiiri'ly oxer the left ear In ths rlghth Innlni;. It sounded as If the bull had enl llcli'il wltli the but. I'utrlKtn nnk In Ills knees, while players n Imili trums rushril to his Hsulmunie. Hut the next moment when I nrrlBiin saw a 111 n 11 apprnachlng v.lui ml, I hr '.ins a iliiitiir lie (cramblrd up and made his wny to llrst base, refuting to get out of the game, Two strangers wnlked tipnn the field be fore thn aanie und stoml deli 1 11, 1 Ford s he warmed up. An nttendsnt naked them whnt thry wanted. "Just ns sncm as we see the mstery ball, we'll go," replied one of them, "Let 'em stsy!" sild Kurd, and they stuck until thn hell aiiunded fur play to begin. Hut they didn't see whnt they were after. Oeorge ltrnwne, the former (llsnt, was there and said Hint h hud signed n eon trnet tn msnsce the Vnlle.l states League team In W'nslilngtnn. "Hnn'l laugh!" he rxclslmed "W'e turn Ruing to start en May I, and t think ve can so through the senson." Vulerton may not be as fast In base runntnr ntid fielding as some nf the regulars, but there's no doubt ubont his hlttlnK. If bis drhe In the ninth Inning had gone over Speaker's heail there would have been trouble perhaps. The lied Sox look like n real hall cluh. McAleer sajs they will he up near the tup nil the xvay unless some of the men un hurt. A new species of fan disclosed himself In n tiox near the llostou bench He stood up and shouted "Cpl t'pl Up! Cp!" In sonorous tones, evidently bellMlng that It would make O'llrien get Into the nlnhlp. As O'llrien kept his toe weights on the "Cp! Cp!" person soon becauie an object of much good tmturcd Johlnr. Street threw to bases, xvhen he had a chance, with great speed, but he was oft his balance each time and the ball was a fraction of a second too late. The TVtston outfielders, collectbely, in a clues by themselves. are MORGAN PETRIFIES SENATORS. Jaat I. Ike Stone Men Before Ath letics' .Slur. I'll 1 LAiiKt.ru : a . April 1:. With Cy Morgan allowing Washington only one little hit that really was not a hit tho Ath-l-tlcs won to-day'e game by the score of 3 to 1. This one hit. that carried Harry off his balance so thnt he was not able to return thn ball to first in time, happened in the fourth and was mixed up with a base on balls, u wild pitch and a sacrlllcv lly and was mnde to count a run. Dixie Walker was also In good form nnd In only one inning, when tho Muck men hunched three singles, together with a wild pilch nnd a bulk, were they able to score, (iriftlth shook up his batting order, putting Foster ahead of MeBride. Foster put up n very deter game at third. 'J he scorn. WASHINKTON I'HII.AHF.J.I'HIAA. I..t ab. h p. a. e.' ab. h. p. a. c. xlllan.cf. 4000 I'Ktrunk.lr. 41000 Schacfer.rf J 0 I 0 n.oidring.cf.. 1 .1 0 n Mnrller.lf I I .X 0 u CnlllniOti. I I 0 1 u Flvnn.lb. 3 o II o I llakrrJb . .1 2 .X 0 o Knlchtb ,2 n 2 2 0 Mnrphy.rf. 3 0 n o o I'n-ier.rli a o i 5 u n liuir .lli a 2 s u o xtrllrlcle.ss 3 I) I 3 n Hal ry.ss.. Julio Henry. e 2 0 a 2 o Thomos.e j o 12 o n Caslilnii I o n ii o xtnrgnn.p .1 0 n e, o W llllams.e o o n n 0 - W'alkei .p. 2 n t 2 0 Totsls 29 7 2? u Totals. 27 1 24 14 2 Hatted fur Henry In the eighth Innlnt. Washington, . 11 0 0 1 0 0 (1 a 0 -I Philadelphia 0 0 u a 0 11 0 11 - 3 Huns -Washlurlnn -Schaelrr. Philadelphia -(IMrlng. Collins, baker. First baxe un errur-Plillndi-lphla. I.cll on La -is- Washington. 2: Philadelphia, 3, First bate un balls- Off Mur gan, 2. Siruck out- lly W alker. 3: by Morgan, tl. hacrlflee till parry, San Hire ru Knight. Double play rosier and Fit tin. Ilnlk Wulker. Wild pitches Walker, Mnrran. empire In chief W estervell. Field umplrc-iv I.ouehlln Time I hour and ir. minutes. NAPS REPEAT 0N DETROIT. T Cubit Hltleaa In Second Defeni nt Cleveland. ( m.vi. x.mi, Apiil 12. lly bunching six of Its seven hits off Wlllett ill three inning" Clex'eland won Irom Detroit to-day 4 to 2, Iluskette, n recruit fiom Toledo, pitching for Cleveland, onlv u Unwed flvo hits and bowed great steadiness lu pinches. For the second successive day Ty Cobb was. kept from getting a safe hit .Foe Jnck hon of Cleveland again led in the hitting with two doubles cult of four tunes up. Hush, Detroit's shortstop, played splendidly afield. He started two lightning lust double plays. Un was weuk at hat, hnwewr, in his llrst time up, grounding in llaskette und striking out the other thiec times. The score: clkvi;i.an). ii:thoit ab. h. p. a, r ab. Ii p. a. e llutcher.lf 4 1 h o n Vltl.lf 4 1 3 n 11 Olson.ss. ..I 1 .".2 0 !.ouden,.1b . 4 0 0 0 1 Jacksun.cf.J 2 2 0 1 Cobh.cf . ,.x 0 I 0 I LaJole.2b. ..x 1 0 1 0 Cr wf'il.tf.. a 0 I n 0 llian.rf 4 1 n o o HTirty.2h 2 0 110 II nh'bt.lb..3 0 7 2 O.O'I ear2b..l 1 2 1 0 TuineMb. 3 11 2 n 0 Ualner.lb I oil t 11 Fttntrrly.c .1 l a 2 u.Iiuth.s.... 4 0 a a 1 Paikette.p.'i out o,.Stanage,c.. 41321 . Wtuctt.p a t 1 2 0 Totab .31 ; 27 s li'I'erry 1 1 u 0 0 Total... 31 fi 24 12 4 nailed for O'l.rary In the nlnlh Inning. Cleveland, 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 2,-1 Detroit, .. uuootouul-2 Itnns Clc eland 01on, Jackton, 2, l.'alerl Detroit (ialner, Perry. Twobase hits Jacksoa 2: I'errj". Saerltlre tile Oalner. Stolen base I'attrrly. First base on balls Oft Paikette (Crsu . ford. Cobb, (ialner); oft Wlllett (Lajolcl. First ba on erior Cleveland, a. Detroit, 0. belt ou bases Cleveland, 4: Detroit, e. Struck out Dy Faikette, i by Wlllett t. Double play Hush to Gainer. Passed ball Kaxterly. Umpire In rhlef Dlneen. Flrld umpire I'errlne. Time 1 hour and no minutes. WHITE SOX IN TEN INNINGS. Melntyre llaTiia AVallaee Protrata Plrat Game, Chicago, III., April 12 11 took the White Sox ten Innings this nfternoon to beat the llrowns. The score xvas 2 to 1. Callahan und Uodle hunched Idle In the seventh und tied tho ecoro when KrlchcH's xvlld throw permitted Pint? to callop home, Callahan was caught nt the plato In a previous attempt. Mcltityrc, the Sox outfielder, who has H, .... Iw.l.ltnrr ,nl 1 1 unrlnu ulorw.l hla ! contract with Manager Callahan this mornlnir. The gamo of yestciday between the Sox and Hrowna haa t-en protested bv Manager Wallace of tho St. l,ouls team because of a decision made by t'mplin Kgun In the fifth Inning when Lake tan Into Weaver fielding a grounder from Austin's bat and the umpire, culled the runner out at llrst. although Weaver 'fulled to get the ball. The score: CHICAHO (A. I..I I ST U)l IS (A. I,.) ab. h. p. a. e,' ab. h. p. a. r ltalh.2h 4 ii 4 2 n Sfiollen.cf, 3 3 2 0 o l.orcl..1b 4 0 4 0 O.A'lMln.Jll.. 3 12 10 Callahan, lf.4 I I I 0 Nloval.lb., .3 2 13 4 0 nndle.ef 4 2 10 oComptnn.rf I a 0 0 Mattlrk.rf.t I I n ti Hogan.lf 40100 7rlilcr.ll .4 I s I n l'rall.2b. 4 2 S 1 0 Weaver.. 4 n i I, 1 Halllnn,t.,4 10 3 0 nioek.c, 3 2 3 n.Krlchrll.e 4 15 0 1 Sioll.p. 3 0 0 2 I'l'owcll.p 4 0 0 10 Total 31 7 30 14 2 Total .40 llt2 ?J "i Two nut when winning run was made si l.ouli oionnnonn n-i Chicago 000000 1 on 1-2 lluns-Chlcago ftndle, Uatllek, St Ixiul Pratt Two bae hits- Pratt, .rider, Matllrk. Ilniime pisys- ,Sioll and Fratl, 2; W'ravri, Haiti and Zelder First base on balls fur Sean, 3; oft Powell, I Slruckoul' flySeott, 4 (Compton, llalltnan, Austin, Hngani; by Powell, 1 iW raver. 2) Hit hy pitched ball-Austin I'tnplres Fian and Evan. Time- 2 dour and fi minute. DARKNESS PUTS STOP Doilgors Turn Tiihlos on Oinnts in (iitlici'iiii' (Uooni Ovof tho llrltluc. SUAKKK T1IRICK OHLIUKS Substitute New York Shortstop Fails on Every Chiincc ronilno; iris Wny. I'llsl place III Hie National League Is shared by the llolon Wardmen ulid the Cincinnati lteds The llo-lims won another gnnte front the (Junkers, nnd the lleils triumphed oxer the Cub in a ten Inning lilt The (Hants were worsted by thn llruoklyns nnd with their neighbors nre In fourth place The St Louls-I'ltlsbiirg came was pievenled by rain YpaterilnV ttraulta. flrooklyn, I; New York, .' Ilostnn, I; I'ldlflrlphia, 2 Cincinnati, 3; Chlragn, 2 (lu lunlaa, At St. Isitils-ltaln, Mnndlntr nf (hp Clnbs. W. 1,. PC.' W'. 1.. IV nnsmn s n I nn,i,n.nni.i. . . t'lnrlnnatl.. ...i n r.miPlttst'uirg'!.. ,0 t Into A" -'i us. . 1 ii 1 ills' riiiiAcieiiinia. .0 2 .0011 .New 1 ork... t 1 .nil Chlratn. ..02 ocxi To-iln' Sehednte. New Vnrl: In tlronkhn. Philadelphia In Itoston Chlraro In Cincinnati. Pittsburg In St. Uiul. Another came was called on aintutit of dntkneSH In Hinoklyn yesterday, nnd when It was called the llruoklyns wete ulienil and consequently the winners. They floored the proud Olnnts by a score of 4 to I. It xvas n game which dragged, which nlso had Its moments of excite ment nnd sharp flehllnc. and In xvhlch two Irrltnblo xvartlors were removed for cause by the umpire. The playing Held xvns still littered xvlth bits of paper from the fiasco of the dny before, but It xvas still more littered by error. The Cllatits plajcd n fmwsy came of ball, nnd nung Mr. Shnfer, xxho ns n ball plnjer Is n fast t miner, strewed three mlaplnys nrouml the mottled scen ery. Jefr Tesreau. the modern Hercules, pitched In the manner of n pitcher who hns all the equipment of n star. .Ills aplt ball was hard to hit and restricted tho llrooklyn lunibastets to three scutit safeties; but two of these safeties xvere timely and Tcyrenti suffered from poor suppot t. Knetzer kept his wIMmss In curb suf ficiently to render New York lilts seal re, but lu tho seventh be was taken out of there, after he had Issued two bases on bulls and allowed a hit. tilling, the bases with nolsndy out. Pahlen then called on Schanlt, xvho pitched well the rest of the game, nlthouuli he forced In a tun by lilttlm: 11 batter. It was on this play that Dahlen crow led him self out of the game. He contended that It was a slow ball that did the hltllnc. and Kleni dissented. He backed up Ids dissenting by pulling his watch until the fractious Hill had effneed himself. Stark xx'as the other ejected athlete. A decision by Hush at second base moused his Ire, nnd his reinatks thereon moused Hush's lie. When two Ires ate aroused something hns to clxe, wny, und In such cases It Is generally not the umpire. The light wns so imioi lu the seX'cnth Inning that there were demands from the stands that Ixlem call the game, but Klein made them go Into the ilghth. Through the opaque b.ickiitound dozen of impel Hashed Into flame. United by hollow headed rootet who think that sort of thing the quintessence of smart fiesH. When nnj body dees a fool thing thete Is always somelsjil tcj.l) to fol low suit, and some deadhead speotntnts In the rooms of the ter.etnc tits tx-ynud tight tteld also flout I shed burning brand. Double plays pulled the l!tookIns out of squally situations. The Supniha.i had a saving faculty of shutting down on the. (Hants Just when the hitler were on the verge of runs in cluster. In Inning after Inning they squeezed out of trouble. Th Inileld came actus llncly In emer gencies, and the Ulunts nten't likely to again have o many tlpe oppoitunltles to win turned Into failure. Foitune knocked at their door tepeatedly, but so often did tluy give her the mitten that she finally turned her back. Two ot the llrooklyn double pluys were niade with three on bases und one with two ou bases, two of them rtidlug an inning. The Hrooklyns died In the llrst Inning, with thtee on bnsea, but worked a lun over befoie thev did so. Moinu trundled down llerzoa's lane, nnd the ball lilt the bag, going fot two bases, Dnubert sac rlllcod, Merkle making 11 one handed catch of Tesreau's thiow. Smith grounded to Shafer. The ball skipped between the hitter's legs, and Mot an scored. Two passes then filled the bases, but Stark grounded out to llerzog, Metkle's n'rutch hits, Herzog's pass and Stink's eitor on Shafer filled the bam"! In thn second with none out. New Yotk rooteis threw out their chests In anticipation when Me) era came to bat, but the Chief bit ut slow ones and fanned on 11 luiy drop. Tes renu hit the ball solidly, but lined to Hum mel, who doubled llerzog off second. The liner split Hummrl's hand, and he gave wny to Downs. Devore opened the second with a base on balls and stole second after Doyle had filed to Northcn. SnodBraas gtound rd sharply to Smith and Devote xvas run down, but not until the Brooklyn had momentarily turned their attention to Hnodgrass nnd nearly lost both run nel a. The third xvas tho big Inning for the Hrookl.sns. The accommodating Shafer messed up Daubert'a grounder. Smith waited for four balls. Northcn deftly sacrificed, poking the ball to Hot zog so that there could bo no play for a force out. Wheat heatd the appeals of his friends and shot a safety ovet Shafer's head. Daubert came In and Smith, too, mado trucks) for the plate. There wus n flue chance to nip Smith at the plate, as Devore made a splendid throw, but Tes reau perpetiuted 11 dull xltted play and wrecked the wholo shebang. Ho Inter cepted the throw nnd not only didn't got Wheat going to second, but pre tented a tally to thn HrooklynN which wouldn't hnxo been made If hn hnd let the bull come through to Meycta. Downs fanned nnd would have been the tliltil out, with otil yone run In, but for Tea reau'a tragic Interference, Stark banged a single to centre und brought Wheat to tint bin. The (Hunts mado one run In the fourth and thicateited to make a handful. With line out, llerzog wuh safe un Stark's fumble. llerzog took second on the play, the hall rolling to the out Held, and took third when Shnfer made an Intleld alngle. Again Meyers wns unequal to the no easlon. He hit to Knetzer, who nabbed llerzog on the line. Passes to Tesreau and Devote filled the bases, but Do)le Hied to Mciian. llerzog opened the sixth xvlth a single and Shafer jolted a safety to centre, Hopes were dashed as usual, for Meyers missed his third chance by hitting Into a double pit)'. The llruoklyns couldn't do anything with Teareau after thn third, nnd the (Hants had their hist rhunco In the sev enth. Devore led off nnd wns passed, Doyle's scintch hit and a pass to Snod grass tilled the bases with none out. Dahlen sidetracked Knetzer for Hi-linrdt. Schanlt poked Merkle In the side nnd shoved Devore over the pinto, but Im mediately settled down to oleer pitch ing. Mtirtuy preceded Merkle by lifting to Tooley. ami when Ihrrng hit hIiuIkIii to Hchnrdt them was a crushing double play, pitcher lo catcher, to llrst base, man. Meyers squeezed In a hit In the eighth, but fichnrdt struck the other three' batters out. In felling Shufer, Ilecker and Devote on strikes he wan aided by 1 the gathering trunslucetice. t 'ine spore: .T.V OHK. IIP.OOK1.YN 1 ab, h. p. n. ' ab. h,p. a, r I lievorr.lf... 2 0 10 0 Mmsn.rf. 4 I 2 0 11 1 Doyle.21), .1 2 0 2 I ,l)ubert,lb..1 0 a 0 0 I S'ilgrass.rf..a n t t n'Siiilih.3ii.....i n 0 a n ' Xturrav.if., 4 11 0 0 0 N"lhen.rf...J 0 I 0 n 1 .xiirsie.in. .a 1 a 0 1 w nrsi,it..,..i 11 o u I llerog..'ib.,,3 12 4 iMirmel.il.. n n t I 11 Shafer.xs., .4 2 11 0 3,iowns,2b...2 0 12 0 .xieers.c, I 1 a o o.Mark.fs. a 1 2 4 2 'I rsr ran, p. 1 11 11 1 n Tooley ,x..,0 o I 0 n llcckcr, , 100 0 (1 Frwln.c. .10710 . - Knrtzrr.p. 2 0 110 Totals Hi ' 21 13 :. .Vlinnll.il. 0 0 0 1 (1 Totals., .'ii .1121 13 2 'Hatted (or TfTc-su In the rlihlli Inning. Hiaine called en account ot darkness. New York.,. , .11 0 0 t 0 o I 0-2 lltookh n... 1 0 a 0 n 0 0 . t Huns New York -Devore. Shafer. llrooklyn' .xtoruii. Iiaulierl. smlin, wnent. nrsi nnxe on errors New N.nrl(, 2: llrooklyn, 4. Left on bases New York, It; llronklin, n. First base on halls lilt Knrtrrr. 8: on 'lesrenit, a. Struck out lly Tesreau, 3; by Knrtrrr, 2: by Schanlt, .1. Sacri fice hits . tiatihrrt, Nnrtlieii, Knrtrrr. Stolen bases- Devore, tlotlr, Stark. Hoiible plajs Hummel and Stalk; Downs, stark and Dnubert; Selinrdt. Crwlnand Hauhrrl. Hit by pttched ball llvSchardltMrrklr). lilts OR Knrtrrr, Mn six Innings: tut Schnnlt. 2 In two Innings. Umpire In rhlef- 1,'lrm. Flrld umpire-Hush. Tlmc-2 hours and A minutes. STRAY BITS AT BROOKLYN GAME. TisriMii pltrhed 11 highly rredltnlde gnuie. He did his shiire by holding the limekilns to three hits, Downs sunt n lly to the right fold line In the thlid which rrt-iited much discussion ns to whither foul or fair. Merkle tried for H on fair ground, but his hands wrre uiross hip line, urn 1 runs, snici 11 1111111 1 mutter, tlut tho hit was fair, because .Xlerkle's Test were lu fair territory. Non sense! If his hands were across the line when the bill struck them und fell foul the hit wns foul, Something of a record this, having the first tw names cut short on account of darkness. Half past three Is late enough to bi'sln nny ball giiinn nnywa). Stnrk fouled off a ball, which enrotned up snd lilt him nnnsty crutk on the side ol his hend. It Riuc him a lUMidnche, but h went en playing until elicited by the umplri llrnln wns slow In getting the hall nway In trying to Intercept steals of second base, Mirkle'r error was a tnbs of n throw from Do) Is In trying to head off a mini try ing 10 get back to flrst. Smith and Herzng handled hard hit ground balls well, but the rest of the Intlelders had nil sons of trnublo gauging hounds. Th enroot;!) ns almost made a fourth dou ble play It was lii the fourth Inning. With Hiring on third und Shufer nn llrst, Meyers tippid to KnctJer. The latler ran nur tn touch Herrog en the line. The lit ter ran nut of line and was nut. Had KnetKer then thrown promptly to third he would have nailed Shafer. but he threw tn rjrwln nnd the time Inst in getting the ball to third runt, ltd Shafer to make, the hag. PHILLIES DROP SECOND GAME. tloMoii ntlniinls Continue tn lie a llltr Surprise, j IIiihton, VpnH?. Ward's braves trnv-! elled at high speed lo-day nnd again de feated the Phillies, Die ncore being 4 In J. Tyler pitched great hnll, allowing but threo hits lu eight Innings. He started nut badly In the ninth, passing the first two men up and tlie bnses xere tilled when he threw too late to third on a grounder, A single scored I'.v-kort. but a double plav at the plate and llrst follow cd by tiraham'n strike, out ended the vlsl'iir-' rally Hard nnd timely hitting by the loenls in the Inurth and eighth Inning- netted thm two runs in imcIi session. There wns some brilliant fielding by Knabe, Doolnn, Miller. McDonald und Spratt. The seore; ItOSTO.W .V. 1. IPHILAIir.LPItlA.N. h. ah. h. p. a. e. j ah. h. p. a.e. s.weer.e.:h 4 i .1 .1 1 Knabe .rh. .S 15 2 1 lNilllpts'll.cf.2 OSO 0 Tttus.rf S 0 : 0 o Mlller.rt. . .112 1 oVaskert.rf.S 0 I 0 n Jacks. !f. J 2 I 0 0 Crax atli.ir .l o I o 0 llouser.lh . 3 I 12 0 0 l.nuen s.iii 2 A 0 0 Sprntt.ts. 4 0 11 n.Walfhjh... 1 n 2 l MTViflJ.Jb.J I n 1 niDiiolnn.js. 4 12 3 0 Kllng.c ,. .a i a 3 o'Kllllfer.r. ,10 2 10 'Dler.p. i .1 o 0 s Uitiralisni.r 3 0 6 2 0 - - 'nirnnan.pj 0 0 a o Totals :a u i ; I Total. .50 S 24 13 2 Poston 00 0 20002 4 Phllaclclpiiia o n 0 u o 0 n 12 Huns llnstnu-Swrenci . rsmpbell. Miller, JacLyiin. Phllanclplila I'asVert, l.udertis. llrst ti.ise nn erior Ilostnn. I Philadelphia, 1 t-s-rt on tisso llostmi, ,x CtillndelpMn, s. I Irst sse nn halls oil Tvler, ': n't Mreniinn. 2 Mroikout lb T) I'T. !: by llrentiaii. . Ten tmse tit McDnnalt. Jniitson. 2. .Miller "acrlllce hits -t'unipbeli, llnuser Stolen liases l.uclerus, Miller, Spr.itt llntible plays Miller and hllng: Tler, Ming slid lloiiser. lilt b pltrher -lty Hrrnnan, .larksoni fmplrrs Itlgler and llnncran. Time i hour snd is minute REDS AOaTnDEFEAT CUBS. Cluster iufe llrlves fur Hun In irn lVrlnil. 'im.in.s-atI, April 12. Cidleetine n clustet of imfe drives In the tenth Inning, the Clnclnnutl lleds hlilided liliother de feut to the Chicago Cub, the -core b-lng 3 to '.' I'p to the ninth Innlnc Mclntlru was a puzzle nnd twirled great ball. Cxttu base hits by the locals lu the early Innings kv thetn their two runs nnd Placed them on ecn tonus with th Windy L'lty iiggtegutlon. itube llelltnii was n punlo to the Cubs after the sixth. lie ulloxxed but eight hits nnd lu the last font tounds he w.is tuutid fur but otic sufe drlvi Tim score . CINCINNATI I'lIICWiO ab, Ii i a, r ab h. i c iii-'iner.u. i . o u i.ers,i;i i too llales.rf. 1 It lilllz'l.lb j n .x a o sh'Uanl.ir, 3 u :i u u l.x u u 'Im'rmati. 1 0 o u o Marsnns.rf I u KituiUb. I 0 I'hclan.Jb I I i:snumcls 3 o Mrl.can.o I I Ilnuon. p i I I ii Miller, IX. 0 u n n u 4 o.Scliulle.if. 2 u I'hance.lb . 3 . u l.rniniA.:iti. 3 0 Itofiiisn.ef 4 ii Tlnker.ss. I o o 1 13 o I o u 4 o ii o 4 n ii 2 o Arrhcr.e 3 I Total :U 7 3o So I lelntlre,i a o Totals 33 8'2S Ic) "J 'Halted for Sliecktrrt In the tenth Inning 'One ma when whining run was uisite Chicago. 0 0 ii I 0 I ii o o ii--.' Cincinnati u o n I u 1 u n u I Hun -Clnilniiatl-ltrsxhrr, Tlenton. 9. Chicago Mrhulie. Chance llarned run- Cincinnati. 3; Chicago. 1 Tu base bits -Hufinau, lli'Leon, Kvers. Three bsie hits fichulte. Hescher. Double plays- Lennox, i:eu and chance: Phclaii, i:nn and lloblltrell I'lrtt base on balls Oft ilenton, 4: cut Mclntlre. J .Sacrifice fly Hate. Left on baxe- Cincinnati, 5; Chicago, a. Wild pitch Mclntlre Hrt be on ettori- Cincinnati. 2. empires- Johnstone and llavin Time -V hours and to minutes. EBBETS MAKES STATEMENT. Sns I, ust for ISoliI Waa Not Cause of Disorder nt llrooklyn. Charles Ebbets, president of the Hrook lyn club, declared yesterday that the disorderly scenes xvhlch marred the base I ball openlnflr at WashlnRton I'aik on . Thurtday xvete not due to nny lust for cold on his putt. , "Conditions came up," said the Brook i lyn tiiiiKiiiile, "which no humnn belne could suard airalnat. Thero xxcte less than 2 1,000 persons on hand, not 25,000 or 35,000, nnd we have handled crowds of that slzo tiefnre, There were not more pcoplo In tho prounds than could bo handled, If tho crowd hnd been orderly, i "l'rohably S5.000 persona came to seo tho Kame, and I tried to nccoinmodnte ns many ns I could, not because I wanted the money, but becuusn I didn't wunt to I disappoint any more than wan necessary, our Ntnnds hold H.ooo or 15.000 und the field will nccomnindntn .1,000 more, i One blit trnublo xviw that the Kteycnnt I police weren't intlal to llillldlllli; the 'crowd, und I nsked tho leuulur police ciiptuln, the cummlssloner und tho Mayor l to send us bluecoats to xcl IIiIiikh , slrBlKhleiied out, I "Th cifflelal utteniliuice flKUies show that the Ib id xins not overcrow di d. There were H.l't'.i fifty cent patron, l.ai'S twenty-live eentets, nnd about 000 dead heads. Some spectators Rot In when the fence wan broken down, but there wan room for everybody, nnd there'd hnxo been no trouble If the crowd hnd been orderly 1 or If the nr.iyco.its had been equal to the occasion. "It was I xvhn put llrooklyn on the ' bin ledKue baseball map, mid If I wns ufter money I wouldn't bo ptittluu .ill I've not Into ii new plant of xvhlch Hrook Ixn baseball patrons will bo pioud, What o'llKht to bo done ut nil three New York bull parks Is tn tiiiitt thetn with teitulai' police. I would b wllllnu lo pay the police my share nnd let the money ko to the police pension fund. .Xnii I wnni to n piHt thul we inn handle 1 ,. , i . i ' i inn'iis in inn etiiHcis und fi.0i.in mote un the tbld If the latter will stny where put and not ovttrun the mid." AtTOMOnll.F.S. One. nf a fleet tf ?o of our v Uurni Ilros, Mack Saurer Hewitt Proved by 12, 17 and 10 years of service "Leading gasoline trucks of the wprld" There are about 4200 motor-trucks running in Greater New York. Of these, 1 in every 6 is a Mack, or a Saurer, or a Hewitt. Capacities: 1, Vu 2, 3, 4, 5, b4, T,i ntl 10 tons Put your transportation problem up to us. Call or write or information International Motor Company (ieneral Ortices Works j;th and lltoatlway New Yotk Allentown I'a; fUinfield N J .-ale and Service Station i New York. Cliit;n. Philadelphia, rto.tnn, Cleveland Cincinnati, llutfalo, llaltlmnre, Jenev Ucv. Si Loin., Atlanta, Kai-M' Lily llrnver, S.'n 1'ianclice, A-ilt iiut oilier larse e'tit Watch for the Motor Truck Parade Broadway Batten to 125th Street tc-day at 1:30 o'clock. Look particularly for the G. V. ELECTRIC TRUCKS. 1019 'G. V. Electrics sold already in New York. We sell the big Motor Truck Fleets of the Country. GENERAL VEHICLE COMPANY Principal Office and Factory Long Island City, N. Y. New York Office, 50S Fifth Avenue T FOR ANNUAL PARADE Slioultt lir Throe Mill's of Com nioicinl Vi'lticlcs in tho Lineup To-day. Neaily four hundred trucks ;ue i n-( tered for the seeoncl utiliuul I'lU'uile ot the Motor Truck Club to-duy. Almost every typo of commercial vehicle that tp-es power for huulnsto will be on view, und the "trucks" will b" of nil elzes, fiom puckaBe xxaaons up to ponderous mil Inn ten tonnets. The pnrnde will foint nt the Untteiy between 12:30 and I o'clock nnd 1.30 promptly xvllt move up Uroadwny as fot ns Twenty-third street. At this point It xvlll work over toward Fifth avenue nnd then on up to Fot ty-eluhth stteet. where u tuin tuxvaid Broadway will be made tiftuln. This will tnke the trucks atone Automobile row. The trucks will continue up Broadway to 125th stteet, where thu pmudo will break up. I The stretch of trucks will be some thlnK more thnn three miles In lcncth. The parade will move In threo sections, tho ti ticks belnc nrranced alphabetically according to the names of tho entiants. Trafflo reuulatlons havo been mado so that the line of tho pnrade will not be cut In on, nvoldlnft confulon In the ranks of the puraders. The A. Klllott Ranney Company con ti acted this year for 1,000 Hudson cats, but the factory xxlll rot be ahlo to supply that many, accordlnn to what Hamuel K Toback suld yesterday. He was of the opinion thnt not mote, than 700 would come through, rn that the demand will not be met. In order lo come up to the flfcure allowed the factory xvlll ship nt the rnte of six n day from now to the llis-t of June, ho Hold. Iteports on road conditions ou Loiix It-land ut Klvcn by thn Ilurenu of Touts of tho Automobile club of Atnerlcii for the benefit of week end motorists. The wny to Coney Island via the Queensboro Hildipi Is not recommended ut pti.x ent bicuuso TrnttlnK I'outsn lime. Dry lliithor road, Ftesli'I'mid road hiiil Cy press nvenuu ure In poor roiidltlon. thouKh passable. On the road to Jamaica via Ilrookln thn asphalt and macadam on Itedford nvenuo and Kaslern Parkway ure In a nod cotidltliui. Jnniaici nvenuo la in fair lo Kood condition, with a few iciiinh spots. The route via HldKewoiul nvenue. I.llierty nvenuo nnd Hoeknwuy road should bo uvoldecl. Houte No. 7 via Man hattan llrldko should be avoided, on no count of tho ut melons condition of the approaches to the bridge at each end. i'rom Flushlm? to .Inmaleii, Hooky Hill toad from Itroadnny lo Hillside avenue is In hoc nl rondllion, This routs In l onjunetli n with Jackaoii avenue to Flush, tttu trinket I'ufut alleinate to the trunk inule xla i 'mini bniibxard mid Hill side avenue lloln from New York to Dreenpnrt xU the south ahoif, Hoffman bmilevard ACTOMOnlf.F,. to nton truck la the r ic of Ntw York City Republic Tires lliere are thirty imitations of the Republic Stnggard Tread tackling now the problems we solv ed Years aao. Re public Hub- IXT Co. of I.XiTKxrd Trcil," Pat N. Y. J29 V. 58th St. .Sept. l, 22. 'OS. lTMnTtTiiAr motou company. HfSfildJaUa leT.i U'way. cor. Ud St. Tcliphune. 7liV)-7l87 Columbu. ill Uabat nouiht. Fold and Kxchanrrd nil niana Times Sq. Auto Co., 1710 Hroadway, Bp M sw Auto Import Co. of America C. IV Mm Vll-S-S Wett 64th St., N. V. BOSCH JIAfiNKlOS INNTAI.I.Etl selenltflrall) and reaonshl, II. M.I o, 'J33 W.4mhMI IllilC Motor Co., U'way, between Mth Ic Ulwn jiih Sts, Phone 4u:u Columbus. fiinil 1 Aft ''irs. Part, llepalr. 'Cxraie. IfMUILkHW cciumbus circle. Til. sail Col. FVFRITT Self-xtartlnircsrs. Shepherd Mo c V crvi i lor car Co., U'way, near tut St, U HftV Knox Automobile Company, IMIVft iftMi.tusa liruadwsy. Phono 41M Col. 'llAXHfFII MAXItKLI-nitlSCOE line, . mHAilSLb 3 uctt eUt St. Phone 4tin C Col, NATIONAL l"c,.nr"cio1.0,or HEIWESHOFF lii.'J llrna.lw ay (Altli St.l 'Phone M Col. I Is rough and pitted, but bettor than last year, to Jamaica. Hlllilde nvenuo Is Rood. Th first mile and r. half of Mer rick road la rough : balance unod to flprinuftold. xi'alr to good via I.ynbrook to Rockvllln Center. Qnod niacadiini, with tho exception u fa rough spot m-ni Ilaldwlns, to .Massupecjua, Good macadnnt to Aniltyvllle, Main Mrret vety bad i balance unod mseadttiti, tn Habylon. fxtreei through town x-ery bad, full of holes, Ilalnnce fair to (tund innisdnin via Uai Shore, Isltp unci Miyvlll" i l'iildigii. Kiilr dill I ouil xla llriiokbaxeii lo I'enler MoilrhoN. ln I r I" poor dlit road, xla i:.il Moilclus to Knstport. Ulit road mo If in MOTOR CAR I DIRECTORY At TOMonit.KM. ' I ,AMl 1M0 ' PIO "W Sl'nplex, oicrhn'ibd nn:l done up like a! run only o.uw tulles; sexen pasenirfr body new: and ton. IWI to' Simplex, overhauled nnd put In ftn order, at only Jl.aoo, lo male menu this . n good rar at n meat hsriraln. I. .11. M INIIV A CO.. Newark. N J : sbn l?nt llinadwny. .Sew Vork t,'itl and rnilorsrd by tl.c Iruiilin! deal' i . So! I all over the world, tiro. W. Huffman, Mnfr., In rllanapolls. Ind. .N. Y. timre. I Park How, AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE mmm and aaxxjiM or a HOHMIIJit. OOMallMMAL mi DM ARAOM, TIMM, mm JUsflO REPAIR OOat rANIBA WIU. ALWATI PlkTB omrntiNO or imiiir is TsTM OOLUIOI. AI'HIM Ar "AI ITIO I'HK'IV New or;i' Automobile lla'cnln establishment "Par Micellenic." lor Cash- Or On Kus I'sllnenls, Classiest and llest Conditioned I'nrs In V. V om.v hih'ni; mni :nr iacioiix. tlepslr. Trlmir.lne. Palatine, etc., by cxperi Workmen. Usamlnatlor. Invited: Detnonstrallors Chrar fully lllen: "Scpiare Meals." Six C Under Pierce Arrows. I'arkar.ls. J.vi to l:.N"i: i'rrrlesses, Jl") to il,.Ml. Mercedes, S.V) to II. N"); Chalmers, ll.'iO. .Vl lu it, nn. Flats. JMoi.sin. Stearns, Jiollo J1..VX1: llilil sons, $.v to txnn: Marmoii, 11,250. ilaxwell. 9171 KMi lo I.X0: Oldstnoblle, S.1.V1. Ilulcks. sriii to Situ. Itetiaulls ifore door), si, Ind up: Cadlllars, 3.vi. jioo. ?;.vi. Jl.Un: llnrtforiU tl'.X, I.1.VI. t.v), JVi to tt.10.1 l.olers. four nnd six cylinders Isll sl'sftt. 9701. V, i-i, St,:io. l,.vi. Pulliiines. Models "Ten and 'Dleven." $1 VI. .VVi. SS.V). tumi. Ilalas. S.VUI to l.(i; Italnlcr "Klflv." XV "P.. M. I' "s." M,n, stm, mi. l4inrla Town Car ll.soo. Itoysl, 2ii: I'snhanls, 'ir). iioit'UKisees, sicai, i noiiias riiaty. di. ncrat "UndersUinir," .XMi, A lias Lul. MVi; Other Taxis Pont. "Mix. M7.V l'nnl 'linir." .X1IRI. IttrstdAril M). well Itacers, Itntiaboiits, Toy Tonnesiis, Town Cars and Closed Cars. No reasonable orTer refused! rionrers in this piistnrss and acknuwicciioci leaders. .lAMtOltf At IIIIIOIlll.i: 1(1.. Successors to the "Hroadway Auto lixchanfit." ef Address. 4'J A 44 West Wait Sit. AtlO IHIHIKM "T IIIK nun sx.mi."- l.ariicst Stock of N W, Itellalilc .Makes In this Couriiryi Hicry and all styles; almost exery stake Itf'AI l-a Valnel ttf'At l-.t Veins: Second hand I'ackards, Pierces, I'rerlcsSea. rtiAimers, Mrari.s, rials, Mathessous. In laci ull makes at rrt's.m m sun-tvi IIACKItS. Ill'.N'AIIOCTa. TA.MS. I.ANDAU. I.irrri:. I.IMI)II.SIM:s. Ac. by tne hundred! We mount, tinlsh and iialut whole Job complete nnd trim to salt any pockettiook. beats, Wtndsiilelds.Tops, Slip.,, Ac., lowest prlc Tires 'rubes, fill", to 511 Maxell. I-argct Stock ot llest Mukcu. rrh lioals Also I.OIIO Shoes nl 4. is. 7. s. Sl. Jin eacM. .iamiokk At; roMiiiin.i; co lioily and Tire Department, 17M nroadwsy, 11-tweea .'slih & ftith HI. " i nn" pcod.Tzi-:r "IIOI'.HK 4IK IIAKIiAINN.' l'TOMOHI!.I.H, iota, ion A IU12 Model, l.arite stock all Slandnrd Xlakrs and atl runranlrrd to be exactly a represented See ns before deciding. TIRK9 at Sd?i id iriiular price. All tire, and lust to ft an lura of the Immtate suxlncs we ittiote herewith a few: . tH.o i aanij... .tiia.no yen I . 1 5.u i 51x4 . .. a.i.im X'xi I7.04lift all other ilzei at proportionate prices. WInitllKI.Is. ftlit. reeulsrly toll at Ml TO I'M, brand new. am & MS. noniKsi, Tourlni! 4k Toy Tonneau, IID un MOTOKH. 4 cylinders at ..x of cost. kl.MTHII! HORNS. Kt'MlILi: HKA19. ni MI'KIW. PI St PH, etc.. all at Saorlacs 1IMF-S SQI ARI. At TOMOItll.K CO. 1 7 tn-ts u'way Phone "ISS Col IILDSOX. t.'SKD CAlt IJKPAHTUnXT 1810 AND Ull HUDSON'S. Forcdoor tourlne torpedo, pony tonntaus and roadster modrU. 1U12 HUIISON landaulct, almost new: xery reasonable. 1912 Ht'UhON llmou:lnc, uej a5 dem onstrator. linn MUDIll. 17 DCICK, encellcnt con dltlcn. C. (i. V. TAXICAII. Cheap. AH of these car arc In excellent cfndltlon. Price are tinusuillx aitrsetlxr. tin: a. i:lliott ka.nney cosii'anv. J. A. Mrlllkh. Cued Car Dept.. 1700 Hroadway. cw Vork HlOflllxlttl DA l ION (lur sreatest adtertldna 1 done thrnutli satlsDed customers. We have the tlnsl nortmcnt of useel cars In the United Stales. Thry arc rebuilt and sold with a cunrantee. inn, into, tun models In all 'l'". prlres r.inflnit from H to 53.oi i skii exit iir.i-r., MrOIHIItI MOTOR CO., WS W. 57lh St., near H'wnt IIIAI. UAIttlAINN IK CSi:i CARS. We have accepted In trade as part payment fo. ncw Alcos very desirable cars of other makes. These cars have been put In first clas rmiiilnir order In our own shop, and they are now read for sale at extremely reasonable prices. They Include: Packard I rlmer-Sliurcr Pierre Arrow Mmplea Peerless lioyal Tourist Stearns Thomas Amer. Tra. Premier Wluton Chalmers AMKttlCAN I.OI OMOTI Vi: 4'OXIPANT Tl'.l,. CtlL. .Mem. ISM HKOAUWAT. KKXUWKU FKFHLKSS CAIW. No ear better at any price. All aie overhauled and repainted, nnd carry the New Car Guarantee: all models on exhibi tion: ready for delivery at xery attractive prlcex Prerlei Motor Car Co. of S. V. 170 Hroadway. N. Y. City, llrooklyn branch, USI Bedford A v. Newark Ilranch. 37 William St. MAXWUM, COLb'UUIA HKI1UII.T ANT) fit! ARANTfJUIl CAH3 Maxwell Runabouts 1175 to MM Maxwell Tourlne 3S0 to 750 Columbia Tourlnii lOcrj 13 210) S-S-7 WKST 0 1ST STniiCT. UAKKIt I'.leetrlc Intension Coupo: lust over hauled and painted: In excellent condition: dem onstration will be riven. Maker Vehicle Company. I7D9 Hroadway. ?iia Columbus. Automobile Instruction. FOR OWNi:nS. propectlxe owner, chauf feur, thoroughly practical eoure. day or eve ning, booklet on requel, WKST SIHK Y. U. C A.. 3IS Wet 57th st. Telephone 3800 Columbu. Bookie! explains WHYOur 0our It UIIST Stl.WART AITO ACADKMV. V38 Wet Mth St.. near Hroadway. "Founded on Honesty. ' "Prosper on Merit. rilil!t"tlltADKuied cars are a better "buy" than cheap new ones: see our line of terond hand car. FRANKLIN MOTOR CAR CO.. 73d M. and Amsterdam av, Automobiles for Hire. nilAUTIFUb. Urge, private appearing touring car, 11 to per hour: expert chauffeur. LAMENS IKHIF, Columbus SSS0. "pAcixARuTevcn pascnecr touring car by day, week or month: reliable service. POI.UOT At TOMtlHll.HCO..J5l W. Wth Jt. Columbus Sin. AutODiobllr Hupplles. A I 'TO Standard makes, 21x3, 7.4X TIKK. I'uxsi, Iioic). aixi, Jli.t . UAIIliAIN'S. Akron Tire Co., Lisa R'y, 1678 Bryant. GWILLIAM CO., Sn??; 1:i W. Mth Si.. Cor. HVa. 4 l. nag' Uft 1IUT AtTHl7.KH IN STOCK HEIS nllHT tiii: iirat uricht to.. HAM. Br-AWIWHsl. ltT4 HltOADWAT. The Waif Street cdlllon'of Tut Kvsmmi St x rontalns all Uie ftuanclal new and the as: aot bond quotations lo the close of the market The doting quotations. Including the "Hid and aikfd' price, with additional Btwt matter, are contained also In tae night and fiialedlll'.n of Tnr. r.vn.tMi St'K -A. ivm vetv ircwd, hut passable, to Quoira 1'eie lo'u'sl ptnrttdnni. Wmr and nar mw. to Itlverheact. I 'lit nd n jar. fine eon.llllon. recently s'rsp'd I Cut rhniin to tlreenpott,