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THE SUN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1912.
SIX DAY RIDERS LEAVE
flVnms Slill Kvhi at .Mi-lniirlii,
ttiH-lt With r,;,-j Miles and
! liHpS Covorcil.
Ml SPRINTS rx.WAIMXfl
(iiciida and lvc Make lliflil Try,
Itnt Spill Knds U Cnnvd
lltinirs on Stc'adily.
Twrnt) -fifth Hour Nore.
fa... 1 It....... 1
lurk uml lllll
(Irrtidi and Pe
I'mtlcr ,nl Hull
Knot ,nnl llchlr
KMn and Thiitllii.s
Krk uml IVrrhH nt
Him i ii mill Hrrihi.'t
''.iniirn tiiiil Lottos
Iiedell . ml Mlttrn
." 5 2 4
Wtilttimir ntnl I'nmrruii. . , , rr j 4
nrntmili hihI f'niiin !,: 4
Laurrtitr , iiiii m.ikIii 4
Walker and Well. H2 4
I'nrtnrr mind Ml iniirn i l.ip. nude 1
Hull Hllll fl'il Hi M.
After travelling twenty-five hiuiin Ihe
fifteen t .1 m tli.it st;i rtt il In the six il.iy
bike i.irc at Mndl.soii .square (linden Mop
(I. iv nim-nlm; were still In the (trlml at
liildtilttht last nlKht and all vvete on even
tiuiii". IN mil tlir ricond hour tin- record
wis kt 1 html ami at 11 o'clock the
firlil was nine tnlh's uml seven lain uliv.nl
of tin- "M murk. An hour later they
in P' jat a lap Irs than eleven miles
nhe.id of the lecoril. The entire ilay hail
turn d'-Vonl of i' i 1 ti t .. hut nt tilKht tlieio
nmi.i a seih.s of attempt at lap stealing.
.ItiiU a tin night crowd Kot settled
Cl.irriicr Oilmen, nnIio Is HiIIiik his llrs-t
ss cln 1. lei', slu'ted a series of sprints
11 I i-t ! flout '.i IS until s.hottl lieforo
li ii'ilool. I'.irtncli nude thii" efforts
i'Io-oi in ilt 1 to lose tho Held, hut tho
nt 1 liv eonlil tin nn.is to K11I11 alioiit tvvitity
v.ml.s htfnii' li.'itu: overhatili'il Itroeen
nil In the 1 Iiiim h time. The Italian
iiimi Hulled the lle'il later ivheii tirenil.l
.mil I'yv, Ins p.iiiiiir, tn.nle a eoneerteil
ffnrt ttf et a nn 1 1 n from the lniin.li. This
.print nn.ih MopiHil hy I'.ni- m ttlin: a Hat
.'re At 10 ii'i lurl: Cl.itl. ami lllll vveto
Imliltin: 1 ie lielil ami NN.ie Just rinlit
11. li. s t laps ah. ail ot the recotil of liil
utlli nut 4 laps
Tii" hlrl 1 en I splint 1 . '...e laee storied
at I0.su I'. M. N,ti 11 i:.uula anil I'.ni
litinh thi Ir 'cioti'l atteiiipt nt lap Me.illni.
ilurlliK Hi" IllRht. liletllla Htlllteil a
teirltli sprint ami hail a nood le.nl on
the held Nihil I've lelleved hllll ami eon
tllilllil lh" wild ml''. Iltfol" the I'M'.le
niei.l h.ol -iil.jddeil. Ilehlr. Itool. Mill.
Mm mi. I 'l'tl' 1 atal IJr.iinii- hiol mail' ..
hid fur .1 1de.1l At oil" tlt't" the thlity
lldtrn NNete uii tie truck. Win 11 1-Vuler
nml f.irnnii i.dllded nniIIi liutt. who nnhs
KiiIiik 011 to the Hat and fell, the sprints
wore topp. d Til" raiiiiK lasted tint"
t)lnutis hut lh" siiii i' "as tineh.inci'il.
Win n the may of iIiinnii erept throiiKli
the fanllKhls In the raff rs of the hlir
IjUlldiiiK Nislenl.tN then still nniis a larce
itonniI Niiti hlIiK tin evellsts on their weary
liidalhiiK. II nniis tsiiinatnl that there
Nitre alioiit ."iiiii" pi'rsons In the Harden
at that hour uml a dnary veil hunch It
NNrfs ThoiiKh the riders li.nl heen tiav
vlllliK nt a pare that gradually plaecd
them nlnad of the niiiril. III" r.ie" nniis
niouoioiioiis. then- In in low sprints anil
tin mishaps to stir up 1 eitemeni. The
,H..llery Rods NNele umlnK the rldcis In
siari sotneiuinK aim oecasionanj
Itiocio. nnIio apaln has provid to he th"
most popular of th" fmvimiers, Nvonld
eotnply Nslth a nmrt that hiouirht the
lh Id around the saui er at a dlzzj Riit
Vi'im t"e tari it nniis s... n that on" of
thi milk teams nn.is the .sup r Prutlieis
ci'inliliialiiin and NNlniieN.r Tlroreo spurteil
inn of thesi ttd is i.'t nt-rally uas left In
the Hake. Tlip.ui:h"ut thi day the Sutcr
reprvsi ntuth " NN.i.i lontiiit to trail the
Th" first spill ot tie race occurred Jut
liefore the 1 1 o'clock truro NVas i.isteil.
The field nv.is ro.istlnu Into tin TNVciit
S"N"iith street stietch at li:Rf. when nim
of Thomas's tires nv.is pimctund. Ho
3N"rViil dlrectl.N Into the path of I'usler,
nnIio nn.is immediately haclt of him. and
both riders NVeiit (Ionnii with a crash.
Itertln t of the I tallan-l'ii'iicli team in at
tempting to aolil slrlkliiL,- the fallen ltd
'S irin Into ot.e of the uprights at the
toi of the Hack lie nniis thioNvn fnini
his NNhcel and slid iIunnii the inili.mk
mi ni, hut iii. 11 rs.iiulriatiou it nn as foimil
that he had sufTeieil only a sllt:htly
t lted ankle.
This ,is the only im ldent of nnte that
01. lined diiniiK the Hist twelve hours of
' T 01 loci! l.it n!ht the rider? nnito
7 mil. s and !t Inns ahead of the record
of 1 1 miles f, latis mule In ll'l'l hy Meiter
and iPnillei. This nniis the fiiithest they
h.id hetti In advance of the rccoid up to
that point. I'loni the first hour, when
the ili mark nniis cituulled. It wu Krud
u.iIIn h ft hehlnd.
While th"i" was little dolnc on tho
trai l., thincs were liappenlnK In the tralti
mc c.'itnps and hasement tlmt made fur
pxi'ltoiin nl I'ratik itiilNln, a fi i im:' sl"
thiy ilihi. had olio of the htislest peilods
In Ills lif" nhoiit S o'clock, (lalvlri
has cliaici of the 'W'lilthour.f'aniroii
camp I.asl niitht one of tin- rnntp ioiks,
a htnly ncKio. infuued to folluu In-tiuc-tinns
and was told h" was ilf.nl. lie
Qould not see thliiK that wny mid Im
tnedlatel) commenced to chute iinlvln
thiriiiKh tin canlps with 11 laive larv
Iiir kntfi tlalviii f-hoNMd some former
m day endunince and escai.eil n slish
Imk h seeklui; shelt-r 111 the cafe. The
in Kio finally decided tic q il. his y,,.
Winn a raid was made jii ,1 cliipii. of
thrie caul 1110I1I" iiumi In I he h iseiii"iit
thr iiiinmI hud another oppoi tiim'.v of iw.
.lis mi c.NCltiiiK cliase. So -trrcsts were
At 0 o'clock the riders wer elirhty.
four miles iihrud of tlm recurd Nvlth a
hcorr of If.S. miles.
Th" steady Krlnd hail tln effect of inak
Iiik the rulers sIionv a disposition to iiult
ttn race, nml curly last night wonl ctiino
fioni Krauier, f'lark and It tut that they
uiiiild lll;e to ill op out. Th y inplairifil
hat this rice Is unusually severe bccntiMi
of 1 In hick of prints. These three rldets
I. "lined that ihey would, rather han
onie sprints uml the customary lull that
follows than tho monotonoiH crlnd that
has marhid this year's race tip to date.
Xnle Loses nl Chess Aicaln.
Yale'H chess players contested tho. thltd
of a herles of team matches In this vi
cinity ut the rooms of tho Manhattan
I'lnt Chili yrsleiduy. and us In Hrooklyn.
s'lffe ed defeat, this tlui" hy 11 score of
I'j to 1 A. unzlnHk, ronuiT (.oiuiniiia
an.itN Player, heuded the .Miinhattmi
team, hut lost to Kodeilck Ilench, tho htur
oliNcr for U d Kll. Quarles ut the sixth
.lima was the only other Yale plajer to
tcoic. mid he drew his Kume. Tho sum-
MANHATTAN C. C.
, 1 1 Ijirliisk. . . ()
. a l.lthliint. . . t
, 11 3 Hrrymbore I
, 11 4 Mror.... .. t
1 llrnch .
I l.liihtnrr . ...
, I oh
, u 6 Ulan I
li I.ynn ,.
PI rut White Sox Contract In,
Chicago, Dec. 9. dcorge Murphy John
son, tho Wlnnobago Indian who made n
reputation last year us a pitcher on the
Ht. Joseph team, of 'the Western league
and wan purchased by tho Whltn Sox ut
tho clone of the scuson, has sent his signed
contract to Manager Callahan. It is the
first ono of the season received at the
Houth Hide grounds. Many of the scouts
who watched the wor of tho pitcher lust
summer say h Is sure o make good In
Us big league.
COLUMBIA CAN'T USE RINK.
HocLc? Tram (11 He Idle Vntll Final
Decision n to I.eriKUr llnlca.
Cornelius (I. Fcllowes, president of the
controlling Intrnsts of the St. Nicholas
SknthiK ltlnk, barred tho Columbia hockey
temii from further mo of the link yes
terday pending action that Columbia may
take on certain rules of the Intercol
liRtato Hockey LeitKUe to which It offered
"Nceptlun at lliu last tueetltiK ot the
league Thi! rules refer to eligibility of
plaers mid. although Columbia has slm.
liar rules of Its own, It decided to tefer
the new regulations to a coiunilttcu of
the university athletic association.
Inasmuch 11s this conimltlre meets to
day, it is felt that the action of the rink
uialingemeiil In ban hip the Columbia
players fiom the Ice was done lo show
(lie Columbia iilllluii Itlei how' helpless
they were NVlhtiiut a place lo practice.
The Intent to foice Columbia tn take
ullltni.itlNo nttlon Is evident, although
Mr. I'ellowes denied that this nniis the
case last night. The lnterrolIcKlntc
ttfitftic at piesent Is composed of Co
lumbia, Princeton, Cornell mid Dart
mouth and the defection of practically
any one of these teams would mean the
disruption of the league and the conse
ntient los of games mid diawlnir feat urea
for the rink.
At tin- meeting of the league at which
the trouble brewed Columbia said that It
would be willing to arrange games with
the other trams In tho league and would
prepare a team for the games. The prac-'
tire went along uninterrupted until the
other night, when Mr. Fcllowes s,ervrd
notice that the team would not be per
mitted the ue of lliu 'rink until suth
time as the colleges authorities agree to
approve the rules passed by the league
l-'uitheiniore,lie cancelled the dut-'s which
had been assigned Columbia for leagm
games, so ne said Inst night, and would
consider Columbia In the league. And
If by chance It should drop out of th"
league, he said that It would have to go
elsewhere to play.
Harry A Fisher, graduate director of
athletics at Columbia, said las, night
thut he had no statement to make at the
piesent time, hut would present Colum
bia's) side of the case when the pioper
WHY NO IEAMIN BIG RUN?
(olimililn Indents .k Dnrsllon
Through Thrlr I'llhllen Hon.
Thr Columbia fiurctator raised tho
iliiestlon .Ni.sterduy why Columlil.i was
inn represented In the Interco leg ate
truss. country championship at ltluuii two
weeks ago. At the time no announce
ment was made by the athletic associa
tion further than that the team would not
compete. The Spectator, however, has
Just aw likened and wants to know why
Columbia wasn't 1 presented and also
when Columbia Is to rank in cross-country
tunning this year. It calls on the
athletic association to answer the Hint
iiuestiun, and piactically Infers that the
team would hate been Inst had it com
peted In the run.
This Is what It had to say yesterday
"Tii" season of outdoor athletics Is now
practically oNr. and we hiiNe not the
slightest idea wheie Columbia stands In
cross-country running. Last ear, the
Columbia team won 11 dual race with C.
C. N. Y. lust to I'rliuetoii and finished
last in the Intt rcolleglates. This year C.
C. N. Y. again was ln-aten, rrlnceton
again defeated Columbia, and we were
not lepresentcd In the Ir.tcicollrgl.ites.
And not n NNord of explanation has been
given tther to the public at large or to
thus" who ur" most deeply Interest! d.
th" student body, to explain the with.
1lrnu.1l at the eli-vrnth hour of th" Co
lumbia tram from the big race at Ithaca.
What dues It mean? Have 'the power 4
that I."' decldid that cross-country tun
ning Is to b" dropped nt Columbia V The
student tsidy has talked and wondered
and waited, but not 11 wind of evplana-
111111 mis pern cireim. isn't it about time
for ui to know what nv arc at?"
COMPANY B OFF IN LEAD.
cores 'J( Point tii I(J li !' In Clrst
if Trnly-rrolurs NlrrU,
Twent -second Itcglment athletes com
peted last night in tlm Urst of it series
of monthly games to be held during tho
winter to decide the supremacy of th"
different companies in bports. At the end
of the season the Hotchkiu planue will
be presented lo the company scoring the
most points, and prlzis are awarded in
addition to the placed men in each com
petition. Company II rim led off the honors Inst
night, scoring L'o points to lii for Com
pany F. M. Sket; won a double event
for F, but In exteuuutlon of his victory
with the I" pound shot It was stated
by one of the oltlclals that the nriginal
package of twelve pounds of buckshot
liHil leaked so that when the competition
took place there was little more than
nim pounds of the fchot lift.
.I) Y.ir.l ll-isll. Jlsnillcsp Wnii ,y .1 F
IP Krnni. 1'iittlpiliV II. 1.1frt. IMNN.'ird I'rylr
i'ittntnl II. 1 fet. nfciinil. J ssriilir, Com
p.nn I-' 1 re!, thlril Time, tlt'-ft secntiils
jon y,ira NiiNtie Wen by M Itrennan.
iNonifiny II. .1 A Itovlnspm. Company M,
(..eimJ, , liunlrN), Company A, third.
Time, 3; i-S Mfrunds
linn Mile Ilundlrap Won by M Pkra,
IVnniinny I'. SO sril. V Vnlarn, I'ninpatiy A.
v.trds, si'cunit, .1. r Iln-en. Conipmy I,, 90
y.ir.1, third 'I'ltiie, 4 minutes 4C Mionds
410 Yard llimtlc.lli Wen bv K.twaril Cnylr,
Company 11. scratch; .1 Hirut.r. Coitipanv F,
I-' .irds, sicoiid; K. I.ohsre, Company 11. 2
.ird.. ihlnl. Time. S3 -& fronds.
l'utlltit,- I: I'nutiil Shot, Handicap Won by
M SUea, Company I", 2 frrt B Inrlirit. h
actual put of M frrt a Inchra, N. Ilronks,
Cullipaliy H, 2 fret it Inches, sernnd. NVlth
43 ftet .1 Inrhf; S Sutherland, Company K,
: fert. third, with tT frflt 1 Inrh, II Crn
I liter 5 frrt. put 56 fret 3 Inchrs, but '
Il.i'f Mile Heavy .Nt.irchltii Ordrr. Prratrh
Won b .1 l!rn. Company K. I5d I.ohnrr,
cotntian M. second: It .Mann. Cninpany y,
third Titar, : nilnus I 3-b ononds.
I'olo ChnlleiiKr Arrives.
An International do match Is practi
cally assured fur next year by the re
celpt In jestcrriay's mall of a formal chal
lenge for the cup now In possession of the
I'olo Association of America. Notification
bad been made by chale that the Ilur
llngham club, which dominates the game
In Knglmid, hail despatched n challenge,
so that th" receipt of tho formal deft was
a matter of form. The communication re.
reived by William A. Hazard, secretary of
the I'olo Association, mnkcH this sugges
If rnnNenlrnt in thr I'oln Association of
Amrrici It would suit beat to play thr
injuries as r.irly In June ua putMlblr, at tne.
Hus'llsh pliiNrrs would thus be able to rrturn
to I : nn In in t In time to cunipcle In thr cham
pion cup matches, which h.ivr l,.--n rixnl lo
romiiii'iicr on .Vbniday, June tlir final to
Lo pljci on .siaturday, June .'S.
(Jould llorsr Ilrats -Vovrlty.
.iptciul Cabtt DrtpotrA to The Sr.v.
I'AIHH, Dec. It. Contl la llelle, owned by
Frank .lay Could, won the I'rix tin Doiinn, a
Jumping race, at Saint Ouen to-day .Nov
elty, owned hy miolher Anierlcnn, Cliiirles
Holder, llnlshiil secouil. .Vine htiises ran.
Jockey Chiipmau rode the winner und
W'illlauiK was up on Novelty Twenty
frillies on the winner brought in return.
The race was for fnur-yeor-ohls and up
ward and tlm illsmnce was 3,300 uielers,
The slakes were 4,110 francs,
sitoiirs, owned by Thonitis III 1 1 licocU, -Ir ,
with Williams up. Ilnished third In tho J'rli
du llarrois, a hleeplecliuse of 5,000 francs,
for three-year-olds and upward. Tin
distance was a.OOO meters and eight horses
ran, Vlcoiuto d'llarcourt's In Fortune
won the race and M. I'r.ne's (iildii was
secoiid, Jockey Hawkins rode the winner
uml llerteiiux huk up on the second horse.
TRACK AND FIELD NOTES.
Only onr nimr has been pouted 011 tha
bulletin board of thr New York A. ". In 'op.
fionltlon to the tlckrt aelrcted for tho num.
nallnr rnnimlttrr hy thr Insurgents. Henry
W Trrivllltgrr la turned hy an indrprndrnt
body of twenty-five inrmhrra aa dricrvliis
plaro on that Important committee.
A member of the Mohawk A, C, announrrd
yrstrrday thai allhuusli thr club hail not
rt applied for nanclliin thr camrs of the
club wnulil be held on February li, whrn an
rffort would br made to nut on an all around
Jumping rontrat In which tha club cham-
Clou. I.eo (loehrlns. would mart the Adams
rothrra of thr New York A. C. Still And
of Uronx Church House.
MATES ASK RESTORATION
OF INSIGNIA TO MOORE
Three Petitions Oimilnted h.v
Clinton Students to Have
His 'T' Given Itnck.
ALl'MNT too takk action
Their Petition to lie Stiirted
To-ilny Desvemine Writes
The sympathy of I)e Wilt Clinton High
School students ti tul iiluimil for t.'ipt.
Hilly Moom of the foothnll team III his
present embarrassment became crystal
lized .vcsteiduy In the drafting of p ti -Hons
usklng that his varsity "(."' be to-
stored mid that tlm Samuels football
medal, for which he had been the logical
candidate, he awarded to hllll. These pe
titions each lind 11 number of slgnatuies
sulllxed by the end of thr school day,
and last night several of the ulumiii
drafted a petition, copies of whlcit will
U- put In cltculatlou to-day.
IE. 1-:. Ucsvernlne, prominent mnnng
the nlumtil of the school and mi old
Clinton uthlete, express! d the general sen
timent of the school's graduates Infk let
ter to thn sporting editor of Thk Si s
'Tin! attitude toward Moore a.4Uiuiil
by the authniltles of Clinton," he fabl.
"Is in my opinion nlisolutel tinwutauted
mid uncalled fot, nml I might even say
Indicative of lack of appreciation of the
kind of student Hilly Moore ty plfli-i.
"When ou take Into consideration :he
character of thn telloNV mid also the cir
cumstance that Moore had made this a p.
polntment for the Friday night ,1'inie at
a time when he believed that the Clinton-Commerce
game would be pl.tynl on
Thanksgiving Day and that ho w iu'..l be
absolutely free to make nny social n
gngenieiits whatsoever after that time,
the game having Is-on postponed an I It
being absolutely Impossible for him to
break this engagement, I believe that en
Impartial and unprejudiced oplni m would
wuriaut his acquittal of tjio unreason
able charge untile against him.
"I sincerely hope that definitely statins
my position will encourage many other
alumni to take sonic definite stand on the
The petitions started at th" sclMol yes
terday were three In number. Oil" of
them, probably the must Important of all.
was that to Nvhlch It Is expectid all of
the students will nlllx their signatures.
The second Is among "the ten niot active
students," an honorary dbitlnctloti at Clin
ton. The third Is confined to members
of th" football team which Mooio cap
tained th" past season.
Sunday presented an opportunity for
many of the alumni to get together and
talk over the plnns for Moore's reinstate
ment. Ideas were discussed In a gem ial
way as to what should ls dope If the
petition" failed to brine about th" de
sired ii-siilt. Such a thing as a "Hilly
.Moore mass mritlng" was hinted at. but It
was tlm almnt unanimous evpcetatloti
that such measures would be unnecessary
and that Mooie's laliiels would be re
stored to him liecatif" of th" petitions
BRYANT MAY GET TROPHY.
atlonnl Hide Itnlltii: Cllrd nn to
Why Iteahool Is I oncceaaar.'i .
The latest development concerning thr
time mutch shot last Friday betwien tho
Hryalit and Morris rltle teams In th" racn
fur the Whitney trophy points toward .1
division by the IsLird of itile i.i.um.s
awarding th" division championship to
Coach Mann of Mcrris - n no .i.n
in a n shoot, nor can the Hr.i.mt ,iu
thorltbs. Ur. 1' I. Uem.irest. prltnlpal
of Bryant High School, dts'laml that ac
cording to the national rill" ruling Hry
ant Is the victor The ruling awards the
match to the team Nvlth the highest indi
vidual low score Cenovrse. Hryant s
lowest man, shot 30, wheieas Mcllutfh of
Mori Is shot only SO.
It Is almost certain that the Hryant
authorities will declare that In shooting
with Morris on Friday their schedule nniis
completed, giving them a record of five
won, one tied and none lost. Morris's
record on this basis stnnds four won, one
lost and one tied If the board, however,
decides that a tl" inati h Is no match then
a reshoot will Im nccissary. The Inter
estisl parties b.iNe mil bri o notified as to
when the special meeting will he held, but
ixpect such iiotlfii atlon to-day.
Onlo'a Injury Mill Hot hers II Im.
TWO fnnth.il! lil.lV.'IM fitinnilc 1. ......
made thr Commercial basketball team
and ono other Is practically sine of mak
ing It. The two already on the team are
Cln.lnn f. . etc r. f .1 M.. n-...ln 1
...JKI... ......UI.., ...li, l.-lll)." KUIIIII.
Onley, who nvuh the tegular centre lust
je.ir, na-s uui yvi necn nine 10 report tor
practice, as he has not recovered from
Hi.. 4tt liteli.se In blu .lAi- t 111. J. I... ......1 ',.A
In tlm New York Military Academy font
ball game. 'Tlm present lineup Is : Mc
Gown arid Clayton, forwmds. Wall, cen
tre, anu uu icmpic anu uuttzeit guarrts.
.Vovrllles nt Mnnunl linnim.
The Manual Training trail; team will
hold Its fifth annual Indoor handicap nicit
at tlm Fouiteenth Ueglnient Armory on
the evening of December t)f thr
eighteen events on the prcgrammo four
teen are closed to Manual students and
ur" handicap lacrs. Two other on cuts, a
seviinty yard dash and u mil" i uu, am
closed tn members of the Fourteenth
Kcglincnt, Thu others are the intert.cho.
lastlc football relay race) and tho lelay
rucn between members or the Anvil club
and foimer Mnnunlltes, Such men ns
Cozicns. Snyder. Lynch. Danb lsou, Stev
ens, Harding and Snnford arc expected
to compete lit the latter race.
r.rlleh In Critical Shape.
Fillch, n foimer Mnnunl soccer star
and Cornell varsity player, has been laid
uii for over a month at thu Cornell In.
Urinary with blood poisoning. He was
kicked In the shins about six weeks imo
and blood poisoning set In.
npnnrtt a Coming Wonilrr.
Tho perfnrinuiieo of liltln Dick Dennett
nl Ht. I'aiil'H hi lln- swimming meet with
Hoys High stamps him ns a promising
youngster in scholasiio nuntio sports,
lleiiuett swam the filly in Stl seconds,
iienrly u second llow the I'. K. A. 1,, record,
and the hundred In i 11111111111'.' '.'.I seconds.
Couch Wake, is of tho belief that" If really
pressed he could clip two-fifths of a second
on" Ids time for the llfly.
Three dales have been added to the
swimming schedule' .Inniinry, II, with l'oly
1'rep hi (iarden City; February I, Mont
Clair at Motitclalr, and February '.'.', Iloracn
Mann at (hirden Clly. The l'oly nnteh
will bring l'ldy, who is ronsldensl the best
schoolboy swimmer in tlm Knst, arid lieu
pel, the new iiiatcel, Into adlon together.
. Captain ' Kcouuli Iterlrelcd,
T.iul Kcoiigh, the Indlvldu.'il winner of
the I'. H, A. 1 1, niinuiil cioss-counlry rim
Katnrdny mid caijtniu of the Morris team
I hat wop the leaui honors, hits heen elecled
to succeed himself for the coming year,
Keoilgh is by no menus nil upstart His
career started at llolyoke, Muss,, high
school, where ho was, known ns a mller.
Kcouith has done that distance in 4 minutes
47 seconds, Kcoutli says be Intends cointr
McDERMOTT BEATEN TWICE.
Willie t olllns Trounces Him, Then
tie Loses AVnuer on Score.
.lack McDermntt, the national open golf
champion, played over thn eighteen hole
rout so of the Oakland Oolf Club on Sun
day and the following day on the new
nine hole circuit at Oreat Neck. The
cltntnplnn took on Willie Collins, the Oak
land professional, for the round nt Hay
Side, hut the home man was unable to
hold the visitor, who reeled off a 70,
which equalled the terord for thn links.
Some months ago Collins was credited
with the same score.
t'pon moving on to Oreat Neck McUer
molt, with tieorge Smith, one of the mem
hvis, for a partner, took on K. S. Me
Knight anil Jim Fuuer, the club's pro
fessional. In a four ball match. This
untied all suuare. It was the first time
McDermntt had seen the course and 011J
tne strengtu ot mat seveiai wagers vveie
made that he would' not be able to re
turn an eighteen hole score of SO. Mc
Derniotl gut Into tumble on two occa
sions, uml us these) penalties cost hi in
soveirly he was unable lo get better than
2 McDerniott returned to Atlantic City
The (Jient Neck Oolf Club, by the way,
Is pniKiessltiA snllsfactotlly, something
like fifty new .members having been taken
In dutlitg the Inst two months. There Is
no doubt now that the additional jilno
holes will he ready by spring. A new
rallro.nl station also Is In course of erec
tion. This will lie much nearer the club
hous" than the present Gteat Neck depot.
EDDIE FISH TO RACE AGAIN.
CineU Amnlcnr 1'iirelinses One of Hie
.N-w Yiirt. MO Footer.
I'dmtmd Firh, rim of the late Latham
A Fish, Is to take nn active part In
yacht incuts pgaln next fcenson. He has
Pin chased a New Yoilc Yacht Club 30
footer mid Inn nds to sail the ym'ht as
often as possible. .Mr. Fish, whui he
sailed yachts some ytnrs nso. wna n
gin di d ns one of the best amateur snllois
In these Nvateis. lie nnus partlculatly cood
when lacing on the lower bay and was an
expert on tides itlitl currents. He learned
the game on his father's schoonm. trie
famous old Oiayllng, which has ("apt.
Teir ns Its ii ii. 1 ums.ii. mid nfter
vvmil lMtnund F s took to small boat
rnclng mid won 1 ty contists. 111.4 net
yacht was ptoP.ibly the t'11 loci sloop
Dilemma, built by lli-rrciihaff, which was
Piactically ttnls'iitablo mid was reganlcd
by man) experts us the fastest vessel of
her length nfioat.
The .Hi foot clr.s... In which Mr. Fish
will make IiIb reentry Into the smrt. Is
still the best of the one design classes.
The yachts are able and fast nml tne
skippers nil are expert sailors. Some of
these yachts have oh inged hands recently,
as their owners are having larger vessels
built, but the class still u popular and will
furnish lots of fine sport
C0CKFI0HT3 AROUSE STATE.
liotrrnor Hull Instructs Ofllcrrs to
Mo.ST.oK. La . Iiec. 9. Onv. Hall Is pie.
pan .1 to us" State Hoops If necessary to
pieN.nt what was pioposed to be the big
gest cocking main In half a century and
which was to stmt to-night Just outside
tii" clt)' limits of Monroe. Tlm F.xecutlvc
alieady has busied himself to pievent the
big chicken lighting contest mid 11 spirited
legal battl" was begun to-day. The pro
motets have asked a temporary Injunc
tion restraining Shetlff I'arker from In
Ni.nl a thousand birds arc here for
the vent, which v. as Intituled to run all
this week, and the Ionnii Is crowded with
men fiom all over th" South. The nglta
Hon became heated .vesteiday. when Oov.
Hall was In New Orb-nns. H seems that
the plans were laid quietly mid pracllcally
the first Intimation the (lovcruor hail wan
the lecclpt of a Hood of telegrams from
MotiHi" citizens, accompanied by hur
rliilly pri-patcd protests from represent!!
tlVfs of the S. F. C A. and other organ
izations. It Is said n former Attorney-General
holds that, a chicken Is not an animal
NNlthln th" iiK'!ii.nK of the law preventing
cruelty tn animals, th" statute, under
which action is proposed.
ABBOTT GAINS SEMI-FINALS.
Forced to Three Sotm In Ilrfratliij;
T. It liens.
Oeorge Abbott of the Heights Casino
Club gained a place In the scml-tlnal round
of the national hmullrnp sijuash tourna
ment which Nvas continued yesterday on
the courts of tlm Heights Casino dub at
Montague stmt lrookl)n. Hit was
foried to do his hist to defeat Iloyal K.
T KlugH, a young player who managed I
to take the -second Let. There was only
one other match that went tho limit of
three sets; thut was In the second round,
when 11. Hulkley. the former Columbia
champion, won from Fred S. Kecler after
losing the first set at 159.
The summaries :
Nationil llaiiiltrap. Hquash. Srron?! Round
AdillHiia I'atmnurk, plus 6 iters, drfrntril
1'r.ink H Ildgue, plus 5 srrs, 16 12, IS 12.
Third llnund llnyal B. T Hls, plus i
acrs sad unr-hnlf hand, tlrfratrd M. I.. Cor
nrll. plus S acrs ami 1 hand. II 13. IT II;
Jostah O l.o, scratch, drft-utril Frank I'agr,
plus .1 .vers and : hands, IS 13. IS II, It.
t. llulklr). srratrh, drfratr.l Krrd 3. littler,
plus f. Hl'es, 9 IS, IS 15, IS 5,
Fourth Itnunil (IrorKu Abbott, plus S
acrs, ilrfratrd ltO)Hl K. T. HlKK. plus I
ucci and bim-half hand, 167, II IS, IS S,
Williams-Camp! Iloot Certain.
I'miMKU')iiA. Dec, 8. Sammy Harris,
mauagrr of Kid Williams of n.iltlmnre,
has confirmrd the report that his man will
meet Hddle Campl, who has been causing
a tensatlon on the Coast by disposing of
rveiy bantam In sight. Hnrrls says the
date of thu bout will be January 14,
llnrnrss I'lirsea Over 90,000,000,
Kktuoit, Pec. S. A local harness race
enthusiast has made nn estimate, based
on n ports from many meetings, that
over $3,000,001) in purses was paid to
owners of irotters nnd pacers for ruces
during the season of 1912.
A sleeping car on rubber
tires would cost a fortune to
drive. Excessive weight in
an automobile costs money
to buy and infinitely more
to maintain. The comfort
able Ford has more strength
and power for its weight than
any other car.
Kvery third ear is s Ford. Nearly 180,000
have been soltl and delivered. New prices
runabout $525 touring car $C00 de
livery enr $025 town ear $800 with all
rquipmcnt, f.o.b. Detroit. Get particulars
from Ford Motor Company, 1723 Broadway,
New York ; also Jackson Avenue and Hon
eywell Street, Long Iiland City, or direct
from Detroit factory,
REEVES RETIRES FROM
0. S. M0T0RC0. SALES
Takes Office With the Hurl ford
Suspension Company. Ac
ISOTTAS IX 500 31 ILK HACK
Three of Them to Start Will
I'se Aeroplane Motors
New Jersey Numbers.
Alfred Heeves, general sales manager
of the Ctilted States Motor Company, Is
to leave that .concern to laconic vice
president and general malinger of the
Hartford Suspension Company, which
makes Truffault-llartford shock absorbers
nnd other accessories for automobiles.
Kver Blnco the announcement of the !
organization of thn V S. M. C then- has
been interest along automobile row In
knowing whether Mr. Heeves was to ie
main. It was expeited he would leave
the company, but there was no Indication
of his plans until yesterday.
Mr. Iteevrs Iihs been a prominent figure
In the automobile business for some years.
As general malinger of the American
Motor Car Manufacturers Association and
then of the Assotgptlou of Licensed Auto
mobile Manufacturer:! he was connected
for si mm years with tho administrative
side of affairs. About a year or so ago
ho went with the Vnlted States Motor
Company, dividing with Horace de Llss-er
to a large extent the management of
There are thtro Isotl.i-Fraschlnl cars
to be entered In the Sun tulle race nt
Indianapolis, all of them tho property of
pilvate owners. The ears will lie ciiulppcd
with n typo of aeroplane motor that will
he near tn'tlie sjO cubic Inch limit that
has been set for piston displacement In
next Speedway meet. The biggest of
the regular Isottns Is too big for the class
and tho 7U-80 horse-power car has a
motor that is considerably smaller than
this limit. ,
It It said Hnrph dn Talma will drive
one of these Isottas. (jut that would Inter
feie with his nppatcntly cuttlvd Met cedes
The King Sine built truck that the Ie
pnrtment of Slieet Cleaning has beep
testing is hardly n serious rival In mu
nicipal service vi hide construction for the
regular automobile concerns. Tho motor
parts and the transmission. dllTercntl.il.
tc. were bought and assembled Into the
chassis In tho prison shops. The original
Idea Is In the lsjdy. which was designed
by a convict who expects soon to bo out
Inasmuch as the complete wagon took
nearly three years to build It cannot well
make violent Imoads on the stmidaid
trade. Furthermore, such trucks must he
supplied by public bidding, another oh
stacle In the way nf any general adoption
of them. The present use Is to demon
strate the desirability of ash and garbage
haulage and removal try motor.
The new automobile plates In New
Jrrsry which will ls renily soon for dis
tribution are to have red ntinmiuls mid
letters on a Nvhlte background. It Is the
New Jersey custom to have colots corie
sninilliig to those of educational Insti
tutions. Thus Princeton. Stevens ami the
Statu Normal School havn been honored
In turn. Tho color of Itulgers Is scarlet, m
this may be intended for the turn of that
One plan of the State Automobile Uu
rrau, according to f bsirge Strobrldge, chief
examiner. Is to look up 'all leferences
given by appllc.intsnr chauffeur's li
censes. This Is mil to apply to men who
nlready have hud lleensis ami are milk
ing rrappllcatlotis. Mr. Strobrldge told
this recently at the West Sldu .V. M. C
A. Automobile School.
If there Is any reason at all for ask
ing leferences It certainly appinrs to be
for the purpose of determining the fitness
of anynppllcant for a place. Therefore
there doesn't seem to be nny particular
reason why special annoiincenii nt should
be made that references nre to be looked
up. If they haven't been hitherto, why
have asked for them at all?
In order to determine Just what part
of the money collected from automobile
licenses should be distributed to each of
the counties In New Jersey tho State
Road Commissioner, ICdwIu A. Stevens, Is
having a set of books made so that each
county will have to keep u complete rec
ord of the cost of all repairs.
"In times gone by," says Col. Stevens,
"this olllce has not been able to get at
the estimated cost of any road lepalr
Mini this has made It dltllciilt properly
to apportion the automobile money which
is pledged to road lepalrs. One Hoard of
1' reeholders wants to repair certain roads.
I agree to it and send along the money,
hut I have not been getting the estimated
cost' of repairs ns things go along, and
I Insist that this lie done so that I may
know whern the State funds stand at any
minute. Wo may wnnt to withhold from
repairing some road and let it go to an
other In worse condition. Without com
pleto data I cannot properly apportion
As he gives It Col. Stevens's plnn Is
"Before I will give a cent of automo
bile money for road repair 1 must have
tho estimated cost of the repair of such
road. I will put this down in my fee.
ord ns 100 per cent, for tho work, 10
per cent, for extras unfoieseen, C per cent,
for engineering and 4 per cent, for ad
ministration, thus adding 20 tier cent, to
the estimated cost for safety In appor
tioning tho nulomoblle moneys to thu
points where they will do the- most good,
as I am obligated under the law to do.
In this way I shall have always bcfoie
mo n complete record nf what Is going on
as to the finances of road repair nnd
how much money I have left und tho
applications for mopeysj for other toads.
"Verbal promises when Inspecting u
road needing repair will not go. Tho
estimated coil cmrful estimating, too,
for my engineers will go over them In
the oljlce and check up In the field
must be stlbiiilttid nml passed upon be
fore the irpnlr money Is allowisl. No
money has been wasted In tin- past; sim
ply when tlm enr was nbout Up some
linpoitalit toad needing irpnlr would
have to stiirer. because tl'e counties did
not kicp good rrentdB or we either"
John M. r.niisden. who Is the engineer
of the "lietrlc side of tleneial Motors
Tiucl: Company, mild ycstiiilny that the
facility was now ptoduclng at the' tat"
of eight) -eight n niuiith Production
slurled last November L. aboul a jenr
since Mr. L.insdrn toik hold, lie ns
the first deliveries' weie tweiitv -three
trucks tn the .Vilnius Cvttm.u !....', ........
ten to .1. (!. White . Co. in the I'l'illlpJ
i on" uii 10 unison, I'li'lc, f-co'.t At
Co , In Chicago.
An nrtlve publicity cnmpnlgti hai hern
stalled, iippatenlly with the Idea of help.
Ing (inc. Sulzer when he takes olllce, to
najic a new Superintendent of Highways,
A Herkimer county man Is much men.
tinned In the Hems that appear limn
time to time.
Howlers lo Meet In VevvnrK.
The next it nn in 1 tournament nnd con
vention of the National Howling Asso
c'ntfoii will take plire In Newark, March
1." In Aptll S This was drcldul upon
yesterday ut a meeting of tlm boaul nf
directors of the association. The place
'elected was the Tuxedo Howling Acad
emy, and ten new alleys will be erected
for the event. V local association to
liunlle the aiTalr will bo organized In
New.uk within a couple of weeks.
TheTORTURES of DEAFNESS
IF you nrr nlblrtcd with llrafiirssor Nnlscs
hi the i;.ir. iln.palr mi Iniiarr l)r falsim
. .'I:,.'. ,nrl'' ul" "lw' '" Krntiilti.tniy an
Infallible vrt simple nml lne.pt iislve irrlpo
whl' li rndlinllv cures lids sad lulirmll)
hlmply wrllc to
Dr. SAIS0N, 84 RUE D'HAUTEVILLE,
I'AKIs, I'll.tM i:,
Wr make n sprclalty of rrpslrlne stitnmo
bllrs; in addltlnn lo our farlllllrs for dnlne
flir re.vrh work vir havr a wrll rqulpprd
machine shop to overhaul motors; established
'W4J. M. QUINBY & CO.,
Newark, N. J.
owjjfins ANf) SKu.nits or au.
TOMOUII.F..S, COUMKHOIAI. VEHI
CLES. OAllAGKS. TIHP.S. P.OU1P
MB.NTS. Al-SO ItKI'AIIt COU.
PASIP.S. VVII.I, ALWAYS PiNtl
SOMKT1IINO Or 1NTEHEST IN
IIISCO M.I.I ST A 1 1T I '.IIS.
Itetlalilr. sliTiplr. eas tn nt on nny rnr, 4 A 1
rii i..vi ft Hu.oo. Mildrcrulnrl) forSliitoSl
Xnt forrdunr bo-llrs, Sloo. C.iirt work and
liiibli. rrgiilarl)' fii Now itolne while llir
Hork latsnilioo. tSuuic nooU used Podlci, S ti
.spei lal cliislnir o-it a lot of Si) A suprrlnr
made wlndililriils our plrl; lit $.. raeh.
MAtiM'TDS it cjlltnlrri suitable fur Motor
Cvrlrs Vlolor lioals lind would Improve Mime
of tlieold "one Punters '
TOPS- llrand new from SIS tn San.
LAMPS- llmdllilits Si.Mt.SM.iAtR.no prr pair
VKo ltii;r nssortineiit of side and tall llshis,
n.)i:s .sy. ,t to co., t;w t;is ur.ii.i)v ay
mi:, vt io os.M:it
N'o'r Is tlir iippciniiir due tn sell your Car
The local drmmd has slact.recd sime. tint thr
Southern demand Is now Ner large. You tan
rr.vP.7c i ceoii iirlre fur your car tor this trs.de
If 't Is good Vve "ill srll our car for fi. rom-
iiii-s'tin miu rut Mor.iirc cnarnrs anu pinc -iiu
J artlon Immrdlatrly Nainr your own price and
I wr will en li Wc srll more cars on this hs.sls
man an me outer uratrrs couiuiiicu. consuii us
and wc can die voti results
Mii.int Mitisncv fo.'.s
:iii.:i'j-'i4 wi st i.titn T.
'Plume t:i:-i:i3 Columbus.
Uon't !ase lime nr Throw Away Money
Avoid both bv irnlnc dlrrri to thr
iti:i'iniMzi:i) iii'.Aiigi'Aitriiits ron
tin' ni'sii i.di or At nix
thi: i-im:si mm of iioiiii:s.
I III: IIHitil-M MOCK OP MICKS
aetl all ilt the
i.ovvi:sr "itoi'K iioviom" iMtuis
.MMIOttt- At KIMOIIII.i: CO.,
il and (I W (Cd, nrar H'way.
STODDARD MOTOR CO.
In ordrr lo make rnimv fur our 1011 Mculrls we
arr rloslne out a frw ot our used cars at rrmark
ably low prlcrs We havr what nu want. Thry
are rrbulit. tilled with furrdoor bodies, and fully
rsiin r,n piipt . west nd.
Al T(l1(ltll.i:s sold for prlatrownrri,.1
ronimlsston. .i nthrr eharcrs. It. M. WKIL.
IHJO tt'way. lrl. 7US.O Col.
I'ACKAIII) 30 landaulct; prrfrct condition: full
iriiarautec; u decided bargain. STORAGE. S3
V. B3d st.
lll'DSOV, 191?: In prrfrct order: great sacrlOce;
call at once. SlOHAi:. 32 W. Ud 6t.
At'T(ivionii.t:s run iiikk.
VArKlltl) I.IMOCSIM'.S. nrn- cars fnr
mnnilily srrvlrr; sprrlvl tn thratrr oroprra. with
privllrKC of stnpplnir our hour for supnrr. J10.
I.ariirst rcnterbui Packard earn In .NrNviork,
AUTOMOBILE AMI MOTOB TBUCK IN.
aart . S4th Nt.
Uooklrt rxplvlns WHV
our cimrsr Is BKHT.
lnsprrt our plant
and ho cunvlnced.
W EH I S IlliS Individual road Vfork. Small aht
X.lttCA. cliatrs. Truck petition NialUnf.
beed (or Ilooklel. 315 W. 971a at.
Phono ;iko Colurabua.
PIANOS AMI OIKiAN'h.
That an old Piano Is good rnnugh. Unter
laln n hlglirr oiilnlon of yotirsrlf "Used
Dig llarg.ilus." arc mostly "Big Sells."
BUY AJEW PIANO
liuaranlrnl hy nn old established house,
liming llolliUis wc sell
New Upright Pianos $150
(.Not our own make).
New J. & H. Pianos 250
New Player Pianos 350
New Grand Pianos 450
(livery Instrument warranted.)
Old Upright Pianos
$50 and Up.
Art catalogues mailed on request,
James & Holmstrom, Mi'rt.
a:i r.nst 14th Street.
(Kstatillflied isu)). Open llvcnliics.
oi'i:N pvlnincs ru.i. (intisruAS.
l(i"i IHsioiiiil on our I'tiiir regular Mrcs and
Ktylrs N'rw Pprlght Plifios.
Player I'lnnos, (irand Pianos, Ulenirlc Combina
tion l'lacr Pianos. Plaiitisfurllniltrdspnrrs. liar
gains In used Instriiiiieiils at all pilces nnd Irrins.
Cotuplrtr Hue Vlclrnlas. itrcordu, Cabinets and
MAillCSIir.K. Ilrnailway and (7th SI.
Phone W17 and iHH Hryant. Catalogs l'rce.
Hen ling, luiilDg. ilcralrlug,
XfW Vnrk fimirrtnr Cimrl. Ww V'.l.- f'n,.ni.-L
Helen Mct'urdy Chaniilne, I'lnlnlllT, utzalntitLQUfi
P. llraiin. -Mar)'" llrauu, Ids wife, tho name it
"Mary" brine nrtltloirs. Ihc true first name Wf
Mid ilrfrnilitnl brnK unknown in ihr plaintiff;
Henry 0. Ahrcns. Samuel Colin, Itoilc Colin,
Aleiandrr llnlinnii, John Jaburi, Hugo Jabdrg.
Cnarlrs I'. Klrpprr, Ucht Mnrhlnr Company, ,
lliatlis W Miles. Miissglllrr Mangels Coinpany;
Hillary llralty Company, t'ornrlliis llannlfan,
llrlt n llnniilfnn, Harry O'llnre. Hannah (l'llarr.
Adam Mclmlas. Dnirlla Mrluil.is, Vlnrenio
Slitionrtll, Itoslna Kbiiotirtll. August Tliurctt.
I.ucv Tlioret: -.Inhn" VVelnrr. "Mary" Welnrt,
his wife, the inmrs of "John" and "Mary" brine
lletllliitis, thr true Ilrst names of said defendants
bring unknown to the plalntlll; "John Cor."
"Mnrv Cor." ".Inhn Floe," "Mary Hoc." "llrnrvt
lliu', ' "Mury Hoc," ".loliii Poc" nnd "Mary Poe,"
Hie nnn.es of Ihe last eight nanird ilefrnilants
tielng netllloiis, the true hatnes of said defendants
being uiiknniNii, In the plalntltt, I In- tirrsuns In
tendril bring trnnnts of thr inortgnrrd prrnisc-4
lii fi'ii hulls. .Miinniiiii. Coiiniy Clrrk'a Indrt
.o. 311511. Vcnr 11.17.
lo Hie .iljove-ii.iiiHil Drfendants nnd each ot
You nie hereby siinunonrd lo ntiswrr Ihr cnni
Plaint In this artlon. and to serve n mpy of lour
iiusucr mi thr pl.vlnil.t's nltorneyi within twenty
(Tin (lays aftrr Ihc service of llils Mimmnns, ev
eltislNe of the day ot serNlcc. mid III rust? of voilr
failure to appear, or answer. Judgment will hp
token g.iliii von by default for Ihc ullcf dc
lll.'ilitlril In Ihr rottlpl.ilut.
Haled New York, .turn- lllll. 111?
CAItY ft CAIIKOI.I., Vtlornes fr Plahilllt.
tinier .mil I' (I address Ml Wall Street. Horoucb
of Manhattan. Vew Yolk. N. '
TO Till'. AIIOVP NAMIlll l'ITi:.NT)A.ST.
CIIAIII.KS C KI.DI'PKII
The fiirrgnlng stimtiiiuis Is served upon veil
by pithllmtlon pursuant lo an nti'rr i.t Hon.
Simm! Srabiiry, .In-iler of the Suprnnr Cour'
of Hie suite ot New York, dotril the ?7lh dav nT
VoNrnibi r, 1912. and tllid with the eotnplalm
In th- ottlec ot the Clerk oP rw York County
on tlir 21MI1 ilav of November. IRIS
Hated New York. Hi rrtnhrr 2d 1312
Yours, rtc . CAItY t CAIIIIOl.t.. tlnrnrvs tor
Plalntllf. Olllce and p. o. address. Kl Wall Street,
lliirntigh nf Manila I tin, New Yolk, N". Y.
sri'llKMIl COl'IIT N'KW YOIIK CHUN'TY,
11 ilVP.V S. HAUTJ
Vt 111 '1 : 1 .1 . and
:Y. llliWAitli N
AI.MIitA n. J
rly Altnlra i:.
stratum of tliv I
VVhielerl. as AdmlnMrat
John w. wtii:i:t.i:it,
(il Y M
to Tin: aiiovi: .vamiih diii'iinhant'
YOl' Altl'. HMHIJIlYSt'MMONun to ansivtr th
cnitiiilalnt In this Action, nml lo serNe a copv of
jour answer en tlir plaltilltls- Allnrnrys within
twenty days after thr ".crNlcr of this Summons,
exrluslvc of thr day of service: and In lasr of your
failure to apprar or answrr. JUHtiMUNT will be.
taken against yon by default for the relief de
manded In the complaint.
Dated. October 1th, 1012.
CONKI.IN' ft ttllll).
Allomrya for I'lalnlHTs,
OtTlcr ft P. O Address, 31 Nassau Sheet. Bof
ough of Manhattan, N'rw York Clly.
TO (il'Y M. SPIiAll'
The forrgolug suiunioiiH Is vrrNcd upon you bT
ptiblle.iilon pursuant to an nnlrr nf tho Hon.
I.duant I' McCall. our of the .lusilers of Ihr Su
preme Court of the Slate of New V,orW. dated De
rrmbrrSnd. 1012. and lllrd with thr summons and
complaint In Ihc oltlrr ot Ihc CIrrk of tho County
of N'rw- York at the County Court Ilntir, nnrout9
of Manhattan, City and .State ot New York, thi
third day of llrrrmbrr. 1013.
Hated, New- York, Ucceinhrr .int. I12. v
con'ki.in ft iti;irt. i
Attonnjs for piniiurts.
Offlre ft P. O. Address, si Nassau street, Hol
nurh of Vlanhatlau. Clly of N'riv York. "
M lH(l(I.Vri:'H CITATIONS.
I'I'ltNAt.ll. I'ltANCIS P. Till: I'KOI'I.H til'
TllKSTATltor MAVMIIIK, by thrtiriwrortiml,
1'rer mid Indrpriidrut, To Sarah i:il.v I'lirnald,
Trusters nt Cnlunbln Collegr, I'riflii icrlan llos
pltal In thr city ot Nrw orl;. Thr lirthany Hay
Ni:rrr, Manhattan vVorklug (llrls Sorleiy, Kmr
line A. IMiIn, I'miii.i t.oulsr Olmstnl, I'.ihrl earn
llnr Olmsird, llussrll Hutchinson Olmsted. Cllf
liird Siunrt olmstnl, Ingcisoll Ohnstrd. Jr.,
I.IoniI I'dilN Ollllstrd. Kill l.onlsr Olmsird, .1.
rthur t'ddy. 1'lntrnre .Ic.Nrll. Iltissili (ranr
leurll, llarr Cllttotd Kilil;.. Snniurl 11a) mend
I'.ddt. I.llll.ni I'.llnhrtti Kddv, I'mdlnr Virginia
Itddy. l.lrle Vlabel I'ddj, Henry N'atsrh. Marlon
Cr.tre llrnrdlci. Ilowrid Courtnry llrnrdlct.
Ctiarlrs Kt.p Itrnnllct. (irorgr C Krrp, Juliet 1..
Cross, Douglas 1.. Cross, Susanna Plvtl, Martha,
I P.cnnrit, IrNlng l.eltny Herineti. (Irarr Maria
Irnr lltiseliy, C.rorglaniia Powers Kgnrr and 'IliO
Clilldirn's I1 smlrty of the cit of N'riv York,
(Hid lo all prrsniislntrrrsird In thr I stair of I'ran-
Is P I'lirnald lottierwhe knnw-n as Prancls P.
I'lirnald. .Ir.i, late of thr (n'jtit nt N'rw York,
ilerrasrd. ns crrilltors. nrvl of kin or olhrrvvlsa.
send (irrrthig You and rarh of you air. lirrrh
rlu it nnd rnpitrrd prrsenully to tir anil apprar
before our surrogate ot thr Countv of N'rw ork.
at Ihe siirrcgair's Court of said County, held &
tlir Hall of Itrnnds In thr County of New York on
NJtli day ot January, ti. nt half past trn n't InrU
hi Ihe forenoon of that day, thru and thrrr to
.lilt lid a 1 mill lal srlllrmrm of the annum ot prnT
nnlliigs of Sarah r.lla Purnald and lllrhard H.
h'rlly, as'l rustrrs undrr thr bast nn 111 and Trsla
mrnt ot i'rnnrls l i'lirnald lotherNNlsc known aa
rr.'incl P. I'lirnald. .Ir', deceased, and such of
j on as are hereby riled, as are under the ago of
twrni) onr rars, arr rrnulrrd ttwipprar by jour
guardian. It vnti liaNe one. or If ou have nunc, lo
appear and applv for our to be appointed, orin
Ihr rvriil of our neglei I or failure lo do, so, At
guardian will he appointed bv thr Surrogate lo
represent and art for vou In the proceeding. In
TllsTI VIONY WHKItPOP. Wc haie caused the
Seal of the surrogate's Omit of the said County
of New- York to be hereunto nthvrd Wllnrss.
Hon John P. Cohalan, a Surrognte of our said
County, at the County of N'riv York, Ihe 3th day
of December In the ear of our Lord one thousand
nlnr liiindrrd and iwehr
iew York Surrogate's Seal. I
HANII.I. J DOWTINHY.
III. P 11. Clerk of Ihe Surrogate's Courl.
SAM-. ir s'AI.IFOItN'IA siovi:.rir
N'otlerls lirrrby glvrn that Ihc ll-iard of Water
Supply of tlir Clly of N'riv York will offer for sala
nt public auction on Tuesday. Decrnibrrtoth. 1911,
at II o'clock, at ttirClrarSlrrum pumping station,
Vallry stream. Iran Island, a CALIFORNIA
SKlVi:-lIPK.T:i.l-ll()lllN(!-ltl(l for sinking
12 In. to 24 In drrp writs, drilling and hoisting
gram, pnrtablr lh hp. uptight tubular boiler, IS
hp vrrilcal rnglnr, Marsli steam pressurr pump,
hydraullo Jacks, cable, rrvolvlng prrforator,
sand hurkrts, It In. x 14 In. 12 In. Ingrrsoll-ltanaV
alrcoiuprtssor and rrcrlvrr. Iron tdpr aiidfltUngs
and various olhrr m&ehlnrry and loots.
Thr proprrty will tir sold as ono lot to the
hlchrst hlddrr. who will br nipilnsl lo nay tha
full amount of tils hid In a rcMltled rhrck or,
rash at thr time of thr salr. Tho propel ly ran br
srrn at the above pumping slntkin at Valley
Strram. U I.
The successful bidder must remove the prop
(rty Ntluiln two tnnnths from Ihn date nf thn
sale: If not so removed, Ihr property will bo
considered as abandoned, and hr shall forfeit his
right of owntir&nip thrrrln and tlin purrhato
miinry shall bo retained to' the llnard, as liqui
dated damages. In surli ease the Hoard rrsrrves
the right to srll the property over again and thn
money recrlvcd at burn sale shall be the aolo
property of thr City. Tho Hoard will not be re
sponsible for any loss or damage In thr property
briuren the time of Ita sale and rrmoval.
bids In writing will br rrcrlvcd by the Hoard ot
Water Supply nt Its otllics, IM llroadway. N'eWr
York Clly, accompanied by rurrrnry or rer
tilled chrck drawn lo tho order of tho board nf
Water Supply of tho city of New York for th
luil uinouat of Ihe hid.
(TIAHI.HS N CHAllWICK,
JOHN P (iAIA'I.V.
Commlsslnnrrs of the
Hoard of Water Supply. .
JOSEPH P. MOIlltlSSIJY. Secretary. '
sr.Al.lll III IIS will be received hy ihe llnard of.
Water Supply nt Ita nfTlres, srvrnlh floor. IK
headway. New York, until II A. M. on Monday.
Hecrmbrr 23. 1012. for Contract 1(2, fnr tho rosy
niovnl of chestnut growth around thr sltr of Km"
sii-o reservoir. In the towns of Mt. Pleasant, North
Castle and Harrison. Wrstchrstrr county, N. V.
At thu above place and time tha bids wilt be
publicly oprned and rrad, Pamphlrts contalntns
Information fnr bidders, unit pamphlets nf con-i
met drawlnim ran br utitalnrd at the above ad-
drrss by depositing Ihe sum of live, dollars, (tfil
rur cacit pampnirr. ror luriner pariicuiars aco
Inlurniallou for lllddrrs. ' ,
CHAHI.I'.S N. CIIAHWICK.
JOHN 1'. (1AIATN. .
Commlsslonrra of, the Hoard of..
Watrr Supply. t
JOSnrit P. MOHIHSSKY, Secretary,
lilarssri, lair or nie iuuiu m .ni-w iuik, ue
ceased, to present the same with vnuchrrs thereof
111 tne SUOSCriorr nl ins inner tn iini.-'ii.itii, t.w-.-
nrss at Ihr omre of his attorneys. 170 llroadnay
Clly of Ncnv York, on or before tho loth day ot
t . . ini'i
LAWUiYnCI': ll. OI.AKSSIIL. Administrator, i
OM1ITT. CiltlJDint. IIONVNHi: & McMANUS.,
Aiinriievs rnr Adtiiliilstratur.
New York City
I.At'Illll'.IM. MAt'ltlCi:. -In pursuance of an
order of lion. Hubert Ludlow; low ler, a Murrogala
of thr County Ot New Vlirk. toiler ninnn i..ii
"o ah persons having claims against Maurice
liubtie m. late of the County of Newr York, de
cTaird. lo presrnt thr same with vourhers thereof
in ihi iiUserlhrr. at Ihelr p ace of transacllnf
imslnrss at Ihr orflr? of A. M. Waltrnterg. No. Il5
BTo Y, fi i The Clly of New York, on or befor.
"UAJ. LAUIlHr-illVnd HOSB "U"fjlt
nf'Stt.ffiol M.btt.n; N."
York City. .
. ...... II. n will .-II IIP.
MIM. .CCVUd bsUiMiunltun;
Iflt.llAlilt. i'l..' ..... - ... l-ilinioiiiv w
an ordrr of llobrrl Ludlow Powder, Surrogate of
tho County of New. York, notice Is hrrcby glvrn
tn nil persons having rlalnm against llinjiiinlll I