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THE SUN, MOWDAT, SEPTEMBER 29, 1919.
Football Teams Show lower and Keen FOOTBALL OFFENCE " IS MOVING SWIFTLY Second Year of the Added Down Points to More Decisive Scoring Work. A DJVEKHITY OF ACTION Outride Kick Still Remains in Raekfrround At the Va rious Camps. Wnat little the football seeson has brought out thus far makes It appear that the team In general are stsrtlng out with more knowledge of what can be ae oompllihert with the additional atrwn added last year and are accomplishing more. With one or two exceptions In the games that have been played, the team with the naturally Wronger attacking imwer have reallaed more points In a mora derterre manner than attended the greater part of the aeaaon of 111. when the pre eent rules were having their first text. . The aeaaon starts aa If the experiences, the lessons of laat year, are being put to itnod use this fall, as If the men who are directing the campaigns at the various college are etartlng In where they left off. There Is a clearer Idea of what to do and now to do tt and leaa of the feeling out state or being. All along the line, and even though the cloaaea of opponents In a game may have been wide apart, ther has been much snap and decision In ,rrTnlv play this year, more Impression of familiarity with the possibilities of the rvile and less of a feeling of uncer tainty. There has been a good deal of scoring hy long runs from suddenly srialng oppor tunities, due to individual opening rather than team displays, aa witness the field length runa from a klckoff by Harvard; and Penn men,; but those happenings add excitement and variety and do not detract from the fact that there Tie been an ex tensive amount of pretty team rushing. Any quantity of gains tor ten yaraa nave been made 1n a varied and cleancut man ner ; ana Ir mat common noias. u im attack permits of commensurate returns when well ra atoned teams come logemer. the season will be one of more clearly fa nned attainment than last. Lots of action has attended the ltlt playing; and with results, and the means of gaining ground have been diverse, the play being well opened out. The plays that have been tried, while for. the most part simply as befits early aeaaon, have been accompanied by a fair degree of skill In execution for so early, have been of liberal scope with a bit more epryneas and precision In forming Interference than la usually found In the opening games. The restored onslde kick ha been kept tn the background so fan or If used at all has received scant mention. A an occasional device thla used to be an ex ceedingly attractive one. No team aver employed It more akllfully than Penn dur- na- the days when uan wuiiatns piayso. nd if the .Quakers, a well a others. don't use tt to good purpose thla fall It rill be surprising. Without frightening anybody Into de feat beforehand, tt I nevertheless a fact that Harvard opena her sisson with a rich array of material which any other camp would be, delighted to have. A wis writ ing the Harvard prospects are certainly the boat, and yet Harvard ha no monop oly of, likely timber. The Yale material haa considerable noselbUltlss, mora so than laat year, and la extremely likely to K hotter handled. Among the 1 ale eanet- date are numerous type fitted to the game physically and the men are going about the redemption of Eft. prestige with Urtneaa and rim. also with a view to turning out a well rounded and roxourt ful team such as Coy led. Cornell, although catching a Tartar la Colgate, which haa been In the Tartar business before, promises to be a bigger factor In football than for some year. In both of the games played there have been signs that football there Is on a, room businesslike basis than for some time and that a good deal will grow out of the reconstruction of laat year. Prince ton got the stiff game from Rutgers that waa expected. The Tiger promise to be a hard fighting team and a schedule which will produce fewer of the one aided Hcorea which they generally run up against for the first month ought to do them good. Penalties and poor tackling were prominent fault In their first game. They are the only big team that haa been scored on. Meanwhile If Rutgers can go ahead and Improve on Ita drat game Koater Sanford will give that In stitution the beat eleven It haa had In Pennsylvania Is stronger apparently than laat year and has an excellent chance of a conalstent season. In addition to their sameness which they alwaya have the Quaker look to be equipped with a bet ter balanced supply of material. Ths Army and Navy are strong In material and with the veterana they have ought te be better than laat year. Vnder the circumstances they should produce more finished football when they come together at the Polo Grounds than they have been In the habit of doing when they tackle eseh other. The Indians are sailing along at their usual apeedy clip, a great team every year for scoring Ifayette was held to a tie by Muhlenburg. but is encouraged not withstanding. Lehigh's score against Albright was the biggest In ths Bast so far and promises a fit opponent to take ths Army's place on ths Yals schedule. Dartmouth' work In the opening gam was very faulty, but a strong finish was aa encouraging sign. A inhere t and Will iams both won handily aad Brown was ths only team which unexpectedly stubbed Its toe. This thins; of making a strong finish, of playing best la ths last quarter, had been a feature ot Yale's two games. Ths Yals otfoace is freer than last year, not a rraraned In ft lateral scope. The back flsld looks prstty proficient, ths ends none toe good. In their gam against Wesleyan they were not quick enough at falling on a loess ball aad not good at getting down under kick. The centre la strong and rn each of her first two games splendid decsnsrve work was don by Yals with ttxa ball cross to her goal Una after oppo- noats obtained opportunities by ths Blue's moor dlaarnosls of opposing forward. aaaaai. The Quarterback situation Is I bit better than last year, aad Inoiden italty Wilson la a brother of ths former fits stow guard. I mt with Guernsey. PumpsJly aad ffajgoi the Yale team ha a pretty good tot of Makers, though when ok looks over ths Hansard array of to artists all (Other material In that Hue looks ordinary, by comparison at any rat. Felton . Is hut yet no squad ever nau me Harvard has thla fall except past year' a team. It has Briokley, ths bast eat all drop kickers: Mohan, a long distance punter who drives a low ball. ,W!xtxJU. a punter who wasn't much be hind ratten, and MllhoUaad, a clever drop Maker, not to mention Hardwlck. iwboal eaa beet the ball tn first class aTssnisa F. 47. So see Five Times. By a score of five goals to none ths Hamilton F. C. took ths Montauk eleven Into camp at Van Cortlandt Park yester day afternoon. B. Kay and J. Wbalen a ror tns winners, eacn aeonng two while W. Wbalen tallied tas fifth Side Lines Danger Zone in Football "CARLISLE, Pa., Sept. M.-Oddly enough th only Carlisle Indian football player hurt In yrtrday'a Bam batween the Indiana and West Virginia Wesleyan waa Bruce Ooea beok, who didn't even wear a uni form and who was seated along the side line. A spill over the line threw a bunch of players over Ooesbeck, whose face was badly out. The progrsss shown by Redskins yes terday was enoouraging to Coach Warner, who will devote the squad's energies this week eiolnsivoly to preparations for the Lehigh game next Saturday. Attention will be paid to practising a defence to meet lhigh's strong offensive game. TOM 8HEVTJH OW THE JOB. HeSVISaaree aad Other Coaches . wet at Yale. New Havbn. Sept. SI. The coaching staff at Yale received an addition to-day In the parson of Tom L. Hhevlln. who cam out of the West after a conference with Harry Williams and who will be here for ten days or two weeks helping to get Yale in shape for the garoea against Brown. Princeton and Harvard. Heffel- fmger la expected to-morrow and addt uonai coacnes later in tne week. The Yale team came through Saturday's game agalnat Holy Cross In good physi cal shape, but eome changes on the Yale lineup wni result from It. The Yale line didn't come up to expectation, except Capt. Keteham. who played a amashlng gam, aad waa all In when the contest was over. Avery did not play up to his usual form and will get a few day rest The work of Guernsey, Knowlea and A In worth In the bacttneld pleased the coaches, while Wilson showed sign of Im- The varatty men will have a signal drill to-morrow and the arrival of Hhevlln and Heffelfinger will result in secret prac tice, so tt wss rspsrtsd to-night Howard Jones to-night had high word of praise for the Holy Cross team, which he says Is the beet teem he ever saw that college send onto a football field. He thinks Holy Cross Is on of he strongest minor col lege teams In the country. CHOOSE SITE FOX FIELD T1IALS, Caaae City, Va Feaad to Have Via Netarol Advantages. - The Pointer Club or America Is making great progress In ths perfection of ar rangements for Held trial to be held around Chase City, Vs., commencing Friday, December t. The committee con elating of Jay Gould. Harry D. Klrkover, W. Stealer. Jr., and J. C. Waller has Secured through the untiring efforts of Charles B. Cook of Richmond, Vs., the excellent country In the neighborhood of Chase City and the meet there promises to be a large one. Thar will be run a darby, an age and membership stakes to be confined strictly to amateur handler. In the membership the winner euro a leg on the George J. Oould MOO cup, and receive a painting rn oils of the dog portrayed hr the eminent 'animal artist O. aTuas-Arnott. Qood .accommodations have been as sured the member of the club and other visitors, and there are stables where saddle and harness horses may be hired at reasonable rates. On the invitation of a few leading clt liens of the town a member of the Pointer Club committee drove some thirty miles through ths country with Mayor W. H. Jeffries. Capt. R. A. Jeffrie and W. J. Gregory, end found sn excellent country with plenty of birds and fine cover. Hunting mey be had within a mil of Chase City, which Is out to wel come the Influential members of the Pointer Club of America and their friend. GOIHBJJG CABBIES OFF HONORS Wlaa Two Jasapta Contests la oasaee of Mohawk A. C. Lao Ooehrlng. the all around Jumper, carried off the honors at the games of the Mohawk A. C held at Westchester Oval yesterday. There was one open event on the programme, and in this Ooehrlng naaotlaed the three standing lumps for a dlatance of It feet 4 Incites, beating Ernes or Bronx unarcn nous oy inreo inram Ooehiing also won the running broad Jump. The summaries: ISA Yard Dash - -Won kv H Cohan J. Mr Andrews, net una; B. Blahop. third. Tims, II 1-1 sscoaoa. lis Tsra nun Won by H Msckar: W. Bovls. secosd: H. Cohen, third. Time. It aernnds. Three Mile Run wan ny jamaa atrooas: Jim Malory, aeesnd; Harry Middle, third. Time. 11 mtnutea ssronoa. Running Bread Jump Won by Lee Ooebrlng. with 24 feet 4 Inrhaa: U. Blmonda. ae. nnd, with 19 feet Inches? Louli (lomai, third, with II feat 9 Inches. Three Standing Jumpa, Open Won by Lao Ooehrlng. Mohawk A. C with 21 feat 4 Inch , Kdward Emaa, Bronx Church Houee. aacond. with 92 feet 1 Inch: O. Hl roonda Mohawk A. C, third, with 21 feat I Inehea. ABEEK BBEAES COURSE RECORD Olaaaeopola Doea Moralaaeld A long etandlng record for the three and three-quarter mile course of the Mornlngslde A. C. was broken yesterday as a result of a keen race for first place, which waa wen by N. Glanaoopolus of the Greek American A. C. ESddle Jordan ot the Xavler A. A. led for the first two mile, when the Greek and Joyce of the Mohawk joined In the atruggle. Joyce was in front when the turn Into fit. Nicho las avenus was made at llttb street, but 1a the last quarter the race waa between Glanaoopolus snd Jordan, the former win ning by ten yards. The nrst ten nnlana as follows: Time. Paa. Name and Club. M. 8. 1 N. Olanaoopohw. Oraak Amer. A C.ll 41 mt, v.iu, , tr. Joyce. Mohawk A. C ,. 4 V. Votadetas, Oreek Aasr. A. C. 4 D. O-Toole, Mohawk A. C 4 D. Oarelll. Italtea Amer. A. C... tn , , VauImM A A .11 41 .14 14 .1 24 0 ll io to .30 24 !io 29 T W, (lover, Moralngslds A. C . . 4 K. Byrne, Bronx church House. s r. Kaatiaa. i Irlsk Amsr. A. C. 14 J. Williams. Mornlagalde A. .20 II pea Sessoa With Scoreless TI. Prying off ths lid of ths 1911-14 soccer football aeaaon, the Brooklyn F. C. and the Clan McDonalds mat at Marquettn Oval, Brooklyn, yesterday afternoon and battled ninety minutes to a scoreless tie. Ths rejuvenated Brooklyns outgeneralled their opponents In the art of passing and only the sturdy defers) ef the McDonalds prevented ths former from scoring. The first half was Brooklyn all ths wsy, but In ths second period ths McDonalds dis played much better form and spasmodi cally made bray rushes down the gridiron only to be turned back by the well bal anced baokfleld of ths Brooklyn. , Be Ora Praotlsos at Doyle'e Alfred Do Ore. champion pocket bllt lardlet, will play practice matches at Doyls's Forty-second Street Academy this afternoon snd evening. D Oro Is to de fend hi title In a three nights match with Bonnl Allan, beginning Wednesday eve ning. The men are to play 104 balls each algbt. Chart Petereoa of SL Louis la to referee. LANGFORD TO TAGEEl JOE JEANNETTE AGAIN Ninth Scrap Between Colored Rivals Will Be Staffed in Garden Friday Nlffht. APPKAR EVENLY MATCHED Winner Probably Will Get the Long Deferred Chance to Fight Jack Johnson for the Title. The Boxing Commission cannot throw an obstacle In the way of the ten round bout between Bam Langford and Joe Jean nette In Madison Square Garden neat Fri day night for the reason that both princi pals are colored. Aa a matter of fact If Jeannette I right this match la expected to be more exciting and better balanced than Langford cancelled- affair with Gunboat Bmtth would have turned out. While competent Judges of pugilism be lieve that Smith would have been Jolted Into Dreamland tn two or three rounds by the Tar Baby, It la recorded in prise ring history that In eight fights with Lang ford Jeannette has made a remarkably good showing. I Jeannette during the past year hasn t done much real fighting because danger ous opponents couldn't br found. But when he learned that Langford had re turned from Australia Jeannette began dally exercise In a Hoboken gymnasium. He was busy there yesterday boxing with Prank Moran and he told his visitors that there would be nothing wrong wrth his Physical makeup Friday evening. If Jeannette Isn't shamming, therefore, a bit ter scrap Is looked for, as Langford will- be fit and furthermore be is eager to set tle a grudge. It appears that Langford blames Jeannette manager for having a hand In the scheme which resulted In the erasure of the Tar Baby's battle with the Gunboat. It was In 1101. when Langford was a legitimate middleweight, that he mat Jean nette ror the first time. The bout took place at Lawrence. Mass, and Jeannette won In eight rounds. A year later they came together for the second thrte at Chelsea. Mass., and Langford got a de cision In fifteen rounds. The third affair took place In 1107 at Lawrence and waa called a draw at the end of twelve round Another twelve round draw In Boston was fought In March, lfOt, snd In September of the same year they boxed a alx round no decision bout In thle city. Three years ago Langford handed his rival a fierce lacing In fifteen rounds at Boston and received the referee's verdict. Jeannette demanded another match and In January, 1111, they clashed again in Boa ton In a twelve round battle. Charley White, who refereed, declared Langford the winner on points after what he said waa the greatest glove fight be ever had aeon. In September. 1911, the eighth combat took place In Madison Square Garden. It was the usual ten round no decision contest, but as a thriller It was a huge success. Jeannette for a part of the way outboxed Langford with hi clever left hand, but near the end the Tar Baby began to ur his heavy artillery, and In the last round with a terrific blow In the stomach he had Jeannette flying igi of dletress. Both men are eager ts meet Jack John son for the world's championship title In Paris next December. Johnson got a de rision 'over Langford In fifteen rounds at Chelsea In 1904. when the latter was a welterweight, but the Tar Baby haa been studiously avoided hy Johnson ever since Jeannette beat Johnson on a foul In two rounds and atood him off In a six round bout in 19U6. Thsy met four times In 1906. Jeannette losing a fifteen round bout on points, getting a draw In twelve and holding his own In two six round no de cision contests. But aa In Langford'e case. Johnson has declined all of Jean nette's challenges In the laat six years. Johnson, however. Is In need of money and will fight the winner of Friday night's affair In Parts, provided he can Induce a promoter to guarantee $10,000 for his end, win, lose or draw. Matchmaker Gibson of the Garden A. C. haa practically arranged a ten round bout between Gunboat Smith and Carl Morris for the night of October I. Morris hurt his wrist while putting Al Belch to sleep recently and couldn't keep up his hard training. But with nearly two weeks In which to get ready for Hmlth. the Okla homa Giant says, hp will give u respectable .account of himself. Morris has learned how to hit with some degree of skill since His return to this part of the country. He used to confine hla punchea to overhand wallop which were neither accurate nor powerful. But now a change can be seen. Morris hss developed a clesn, straight left ab which with his tremendous reach Is a dangerous blow. He also has perfected a right uppercut or hair hook to the jaw Into which he knows hw to put his great bulk. Better still, the big fellow lias dis covered whut hla feet ure meant for snd Is moving about with surprising agility. Morris U 4 feet 4 inches tall and weighs 210 pound. He la two Inches taller and forty pounds heavier than Smith. In view of their quarrel, which haa re ceived wide publicity, a ten round bout here Ix-tweeen Willie Ritchie and Fred die Welsh would draw like a mustard plaster. Ritchie, who has been charged with cowardice by the British champion's manager, cannot very well Ignore a chal lenge from Welsh when the latter follows him to this city. The place for fighters to settle their differences Is the sqaared circle, not the sporting pages of dally newapapera. t If Al Palsi r I wise lie will retire from pugilism and rent for at least a ysar on the farm In Iowa, falser Is only 21 years old and has tried to rush to the front rank too quickly. He looks well in training, but when he finds that he mua be governed by the clanging of the gong at the beginning: Him end of each round his stamina gradually leaves him. Palter after a long layoff might come back with much of the old fighting ability. But not now I ' Charlie Miller, the California heavy weight, who heated I'alaer the other night, didn't make an altogether favor able Impression. He ssemed slow and awkward, although no fault could found with hla willingness to mis things all the way. He la clamoring for a atruggle with Gunboat Smith, Carl Mor ris or Frank Moran. Somebody spread the report recently that Langford had been barred from taking part in bouts In Philadelphia be cause he faked when he met Al Kauf. man there several yeara ago. The facts are these : Langford was matched .to box Kaufman In Philadelphia, but at the laat moment, owing to a personal quarrel with a promoter, he refused to appear and the match waa declared off. The promoter then went to the nolle and h Langford'e nam placed en the blaeklleL This Battling Levinaky person keeps on whlpplnk all comers In the middle and heavy weight class with surprising regularity. If he is handled properly there's no tolling what he may accom plish. He weigh 140 pounds now and when he haa taken on more avoirdupois he ought tu whip many of the alleged white hopes, Early Speed 110 TTJEHOUT ON SFEUFWAT. Heat's Horses Take Bath atoro Kvoats f all Statlaeo. There waa a goodly turnout of both horses and spectators on the Speedway yesterday when the Road Drivers Association Of New York Uv augurated ita fall matinee season. I. V. Hunt' parses won bath class A events. Several new horses appeared and three of them took Mas. They were Prince Kdward In the Class D tret. Re gent's nhoat In ths CI K trot snd Vermont Bellnl In the Class C trot. The summaries : Claaa oaaars: Tas Aristocrat, c. f. IA. Mallear) 1 1 oik at. ij cnaisiewns). S 3 I I 4 it Direct, b. f (C. atom .. O. g. (F. Hi Tl-l:ll 1:44. Class TJ trotter : Pwnes Bdward blk. a (fleet 1 1 s. a anrurhllr. b. . W. Wilson) The Dream, b. m. R. Clarksi... 4 2 sweet Battue, o at. (P. lurnsi.. 9 4 asocial or. b g. (H. Ilenr) Itlr Time 1:U, 1.1 J. Class A Dace - ' Clover Patch, br. m (I. V. Huati Bertha b. a. (William O'Neill) Master MrMerron, br. g. iE J l.a Flare) Time I.NV 1 Class B tret: Bella lata b ra lOeara OlleWi Rlppewa br. r (C. Fendti The Trip, k g. L. Smith) Tlase-lient, l:!. Class C pacers: Hiram AbilT. b. c iH Clarki 1 Oonniston, sr. (. (George MsmburrarV anwiDN, or. g. I a. wnnte Onward Patch. b. g. J. Conner)... lo-l tvk. i:HV UU. ... tdr Til O tret Varment Bellnl. h. a. IfliiiaamajiJ Francis Milrel. b. s A. MuUady).... BUT Barron, b a. iC Caenenterl C. C . br. g. to. oafi) I Ass It. b. . (W. Boett) Tiate-i!, i:i4 Claaa D nace: Banner cb. (H. Mlmphlus) Funatln. h a. l Caraentert Plachem Wilkes, b. g. (A. Vistateyerl Beero, ch. g. c P. .Martini Cells, k as. (W. Wilson) Time -i u i n l ltu Claaa A teat i Fair Maiden, b as. (I. V. Hast) 1 startle, o. g. tx. baemakar 2 Kva Taaguar. blk. m. (W. Soettl i Tlakt-l:. 1:01 Claaa E trot- Bsgem's Qheet. kg. (W Msag Jennie C . k m. W. Munxi Oeort-e Olcott, k . Theodore Ysuaarv Jeasa Chester, b. m i w. Wltsell) Bergen Winter, b. e. is. Bass) Xatelle Card. b. m iT Olppi Jach. b. f, iF. T. leddyt .. Time-l:U. 1:17. 1:14. VTPEB HEW aVEEB OF BIYBB. Wins Tltl Hold for rear Year by the Voloe. HaCESNSac-a. Beet. II -Trie motor boat Viper le the new "Queen of the Hack- en sack River." capturing the title this afternoon, when aha defeated the Vetoce In an eighteen mile ecratch raca The rase waa run under the aueptee of the neckonseek rover Boating Association over ths Little Ferry-Secsncus course The Vetoes, owned by Charles Vermorel, Hr ., or the Hackeneack Boat Club, has been In possession of ths speed title four years. The Viper la a hydroplane, having a- 40 h or-power engfne rn a frame weighing about BOO pounds. 8h devel oped a speed of about ti miles an hour. The Vetoes and the BUou. owned by Richard R. Herbert of the Hackeneack Boat Club, had engine trouble The eigh teen mile course was covered In 47 min utes 14 seconds. The victorious craft 1s owned b Thomas Lannlgaa of the Over peck Boat Club 09BBELL BACKS SHELVES. Phtlllpl a-d Mcllvaloa fAaJleOl to Ithaca, Sept. SJ. Changes tn the Oer ell backfleld are expected to-morrow as th result of unsatisfactory playing In the Colgate game. Phlllppl at left halfback and Mcllvalne at fullback will be sup planted by new men and a further re organization Is not Improbable. Sharpe was disappointed at the fumbling of hi backs and the failure to maintain a strong defence. It la expected that Charles Lahr, the regular fullback, who has been out of the game with Injuries for a week, will be back In the lineup to-morrow, replacing Mcllvalne. while a number of men will be tried out for left halfback. The playing of the line and enda was fairly satisfactory to the coaches and no changes .are contemplated. The spirit of the team and Ita fighting determination pleased the coaches. On account of the poor condition of the gridiron on Alumni Field football practice will be continued t Percy Field as long possible. Deehe Faroe Whit to Last Hole. Fi.ushiko, Sept 14. Gardiner Whit de feated A H. Doches in the semi-final round for the club championship at ths Flushing Country Club to-day and will meet M. 1. Lewis In the final. Dochei surprised the gallery by the manner in which he held to his opponent and forced White to the lest hole, the latter winning by I up. Plav In the preliminary match rounds for the president's cup was concluded to-day, the results being aa follows : E. B. Mitchell best 8. J. Flrnh. I and .': Gardiner Whits beat C. Wall. 3 aud 2; M. P. Lewie beat Charlea A. Post, 2 and 1: A R. Dochei beat J. D. Hacked. 2 and 2: R. A. Ken worthy beet B. A, Doches, 4 aad I: A s Andrews beat E. F. Oatee. 7 and I; U Ksu worthy bast C O. Potter. 4 aad 3. Le.l.h reep.rr.. f.f lag!.... SOITTII liBTH i.khkm, Pa. SSpt. 28.-- The reonrd score of 14 to 0 thst Lehigh ran up against Albright yesterday shows that Lehigh la thirty points faster than at this time laat year. To-morrow, with the Institution of secret practice, will begin the reul hard wurk of the year and for the series of very hard games, the first of which Is with the Carlisle Indiana next Saturday. The only midweek game of the year, that with Western Maryland, also comes thie week. t'eltlea Troaoce Anslo-aaxoaa. Playing In mldseason form, although It waa only their flrat time out. the Urooklyn Celtics trounced the Anglo-rmxoiis at Celtic Park, Brooklyn, yesterday after noon by 4 goals to 2. At half time honors vapre even, each eleven having two point to Its credit. In the second ses sion, however, the Celtics had much the, better of the plsy and by combination play scored the tallies that ended In victory. St. Oeorae Makee I. R. T. Step Lively The St. Oeorge F. C. humbled the I. K T. Strollers In a soccer game at Van Cortlandt Park yesterday afternoon by t goals to 1. The battle was nip and tuck from the first whistle to the laat and the big crowd was wuU pleased with tho result. Burns and Charlton each scored for the winners, while Mulligan saved the Bubwaylte from being blanked. Two Rangers Seer oa Oroeapeiat. Th Rangers went after the champion Orssnpolnt team with a will yesterday afternoon st McCsrren Park, Brooklyn, and In an uphill game wrested honor from th Oreenpolnters by 2 goals to o. The team from the Point had many chances to cor, but tripped up when In fine position. Balrd and MrChesnle each found their citadel for point -- After New Swiss aila Laarets. The Montclalr. N. J Academy swim ming team, which made a record lest year ta winning twenty-three consecutive meets, will try to continue or. this season tor a still greater record under the guid. anoa of Coach Masai, with Taylor and Spencer as recruit on the team. raw Maa Coaches Montclalr. Victor A. Bwarts, a graduate of Brown University, hss been engaged aa coach of ths Montclalr. N. J . High tJcbooi looteaii AUCTION SALES THIS WEEK. Velnatary aad Foecedi 0?rlajs la Manhattan and The Breast. MONDAY SKPTEBBEB T (AT 14 VBSKY STREET.) By Henry Brady. meet lu en aa m S. .. A Simon siakJP M Comiioek, atty-.'i A Paler. ret; a, m.b.n. miss. ae. mmIm. .TUESDAY. SKPTP.UBKR to. (AT 14 VESBY STREET.! By Joseph P. Day. MADISON AV, 02. n w cor 21th st.l4.UM. 11 sty hotel M S f Martla art 1 T Smith et ak Kruorr R, attva: A S Norton, ret: mrmM. ID NT, 1J.1S W, ii, aw Mercer, 40XT4. 7 sty toft aad sir bkli- Albany city Savm last agl TtoMlu OorS et !: Roaendaw, H.D "iSttrs; MM Miller. ref; due. B,?44J4: Mies, c, M40.40. I14TH ST. 171. . ISO e Park iv. 16nl0O.il, I sty dwlg Wm linden et al, In la, agt Bsee dirt runkelstehi et al: It P Cydtm, atty; M n Bovias. ref; due. M.-S4: Mtss. Ac, Wat TH AV, ilia, w a. 14 a IBM at. 17x7. 4 ety tarat - Kuiberfurd Healty Co art F . Moattomerr, Jr. et aliWelh) a S, attrs: MCMItsor, ref; doe, Huma am, sr. bh.it. I1JTH ST. 140 K, s , 944 w M ST. 94atto.lt. 4 sty lull Almee Rosaltaot nail Almee Houltnot. fdn, set E A (Jones et ak MrKeen. BAM, attyi; C W I)a St al; Mi due. IIS ytoa, ref; aue 9.I44.M: Mies, Ac, ISM.41. III ST. SIS1IK V a. J7S r ?d a v. fcOHO II. 4 sty Hut A htn Stair Beak act C R Delia Paell et ak J A Kohn, atty; I M Wilkinson , ref; due, 411,071.04; uxes, c, 11,40. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER I. IAT 14 VKSEY STREET. i By Heary Brady. MD ST, 71 W, a s. 124 e Columbui av. MaiosJ. 4 ity dwlt Hrodlr Reslty Co set 0 E Edgar et al: H tf Babbsie. atty: J O Sale, ref: due, 44.4M.99: Mxea. Ac, 4M3 0 By Joseph P. Day. 44TH ST. 94-44 E, a a, IM w 1st av. 4414.4. 9 4 sty umts A strs-w. U. Ms hi agt ABdrew DkVht et al. J J Ftti (ieraid. atty; A S Nortoa, ref; partition. IAT SMS THIRD AVENl'E.l By James L We Da compaay CRESTON AV. 2S0S. w s. M n 14M St. ia i ouipur 7 a ISM st, IS SaltT e. al art w S Becker et tt: 5 I! Moore, ref: M14J0 4 sty dwlg -J J It van et alatt W 8 Becker et ai: smith wilHamaoa, an due. 17 AM 7: aim. Ac. 1.1 TRINITY AV. &M-US. e Ml 2 USth at. U.2HO0 4 sty rami A 9 aty rear bkl( Adeline Drlppa act Ren Smith et al; Smith wiuiamion, atty; c T. Moore, ref; due. 11.1744. WALTON AV, w i, 40S.S a Hunukte av. M.llx 104.4x74 4U01.4. vacant HearlsMa Rensasw act J E flcharamlth et si: Smith Willlamnon. ato-. 0 K Moore, ref: due. 11,971.44: MStSi Ae, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9. IAT 14 VE9EY STREET.) By Joseph P. Day. 71 H ST, 149 W, n s. 904 e Ami eve. MaMSt, four aiy dwlg -Charlea Fechhslmer est K 5 Foye et SI; Elosteln. T A O, sttyi: L S Man. ref: doe. 4n.M.oi, taxes. Ac, 471024; sub to 0 rat mtr. 41 s oon 127TH ST, 2M W, n s, 409 4 w Seventh eve. 17 Jx it, parse siory uwit v c user ot ai, iraws, agt H K Smith et al; Davleen A f. attys: J T Oulnlan. ref: due SI3.U7.4S: loaaa. Ae. tlaS.IO 4TTH ST. 444 E. s a. 40 w Finn ave. Mx44.il. Bra stery tnmt and etr Lambert Suydam aft Samuel Lewln at al: W R Adams, atty: J r Curneo. ref; due. ta.S44.40: usee. ae. San. By Henry Brady. NORFOLK ST. 141. vi,li Hauat OS, 24x494, Ave aturv tnmt and Ktr f1erce I nrennsa waek. allv: ag Max fJoMstetn el si: L B Hssbreaek. at J A Lynch, ref: due. 47,009.41: isxes. Ac. MM OS; sub to snt mtf , K2O.S0O. (AT 994 THIRD AVENUE 1 By Heory Brady. nXLt.T ST. 941. w s. IM n Longweod ave. 40s 999. In story tnmt Max Bemateia agt E E Beraay et al: Loeb, BAA. attys: 1 r con nell. raf: due. 44,741 04; uxea. Ac. 474470; eub to a mtg ot 427,000. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 4. (AT 14 VESET STREET. By Henry Brady. 100TB ST. 900 W, a a. US w Bway. 94x140.11. Ove eiery dwlg R B Borwlck act M A Doanegaa et al: Whurldge. BAR. altys: J J Curtln. ref: doe. 444.10444: Mxea, Ac, 4447. By Jossph P. Dsy. 49TH ST, 294-09 W. s S,l49e Eighth ave. Ult9.4, 9 four story mmu sad Mrs. 1 sty ext A R Cope land agt M I, Sire et aU Lewkowtts A S, attys: R R Murphy, ret: due, M1.2U.44; taxe. Ac. 41.444.40; aub to first mtg. 471.000. tmi ST, 29IB. n s. 2M w Second ave. 24x499 4, five story brk tnmt sad lira Lawyers Men- aase Ca act wirhrlrntne maun el aruery C, OAtyKTT E, Hurley, ref; due. 421.991.20; 2TTltUST. 444 W, s s. 14 Tenth ave. 2134.9, five story tami and stn Al Kayavsn at al. rates, agt M L Rnbeoer et al; Cary a O. altyai Fraskkn Brooks, ref; due. 414.731.42; taxe., Ac. 421 II. TKANSACTIOrfB BC0B3EB. (With name and - addreaa ef owner and atteraey. Whan attorney's name ta emitted eddreaa party ot sacsad port. I (South ef Fourteenth st.) NASSAU HT, n w a, II 4 a w Maiden lane, 11.1x10 to Liberty pi X I 1 X Irreg Henry Brash to Alma Hoaanbers at al. 41 K loth at. Bept 21; attya, Htrook A 8, 10 Broad Ot. 1100 WILLIAM HT, 111, a a a, 17.4X24 1x17x7. .-. a w e Jnu 0 and Wm A Rtlmla to Roaa A and Sarah K Sttmla wlraa parties firm part, 112 -William at, mtg M0.000: aua. Paakus. 0 A H. 2 Rector at II R1VINOTON HT. 111. a . !txl00 Weet SMe Holdlna Co to Hton Avenue Realty Co. 24 Court at. Bklyn. mtg 111.000, Sept 11; .tl Ahr KArkmar. IS Court at. Hronk. Ivn' 1100, East Mde (East ef Fifth sv, between Fourteenth and 110th st i 1 100TH ST, s a, 14 a 1 at av, 11x104.11- D Clinton Mackey tu I'latro (landolfo, 402 is itn at. q c, mtK :i.ioo Hep' 26. atty. C'hSs M Klefer. 116 Hnay 1100 SAMK PROPERTY Piotro Gandolfo to An tenia Oandolfo. 42 E 104th et. mtg 121 :,oi. Hept 24: atty. earn 41 Weat Hide. tWeat ef Fifth av, between Fourteenth and 110th eta ) I1HT ST. 11-49 W. n . II 1 1 II I 0141400 Martin to Durham Itealtv Corp, 240 Oth av, mtg 1201.100. itept 20; atty. T O Co, 10 Bway . .l I plows. i Manhattan laland. north of lloth at.i 121 MT HT. n a. 100 w m ..inn Morris av, 20xl0.ll i f oracloaura, Aug 27) Hlchard .1 D Kastlng, ref, to N V Life Ina Co. Hapt 21; atty. Oeo W Hubbell, 141 Broad way 111,600 12ITH ST. 117 E ii a. ldxll 11 (forai loaurr. Hapt ! Warren Leaiie, rsf. lo Paul 13 Lamarnha, 1120 Mad gv, aa dn of Marie T. Klhel A. 1'ail K Jr. ami Francla Laniarvhe. Sept ; attya. H a I". .1 u'Oor- AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE our. aARAoexi TiBBS. wqmr Matter a. also rbfair com P ANTRA WILL ALWAYS FIND SOMETHING. OP IMTRRFST IM THIS OOLUMM. Rebuilt Cars Guaranteed Kour cylinder touring cars sad roadatrra. 4100 to Mou mi-cylinder cars. 4490 t 11,490. Every car guaranteed. Servles'tEai la real servlos. Mitchell Motor Co. of N. Y. BSbadway aad aiat at. . Tolepboae 4410 Columbus. MANUrAt-rl RERS- RKBt ll.r t'ARaT JJJ modsU of all makes and stykw. fully guar. Nsw York slty. 4JBKAT BARGAIN. Seven Maeo(r Hooker llmoualaa body, Ilk. NukMar'iocor KHANKu dA! g3?J 29 eeettlel risuta WRf I.R PA DENT Inspect sad be j,ir mil rXW IS BUTT. ear ptsal . oth at. viaesa. " MRrnttK SB "i ere. j School. Ill W..i RfiX " MllllSai BSTATB AT AUCTION. CONTINUATION of PoarriTB AUCTION Wtlrwwt Assf ftMOFrv SATURDAY. OCT. 4 at 20 p.m., on the premises, rsls or sains 86 Rockawiy Shore Lots niREOTLY ON OR OYF.RLOORINO JAMAICA BAY la the NEW SECTION nf BELLE HARBOR WITHIN SHORT WAIJT, OF OCEAN Of the above 94 lot, 4a were not offered at the ak oa Sept. 90th. aud the remaning Mare en Norfolk Ave. Itil Situ hr hraxpvisivi Srnir if Ml Ytir IhN ferns VERY SIMPLE RESTRICTIONS VERY LIBERAL TERMS , MONTHLY INSTALMENTS. TITLES INSURED without riper," OMPLIMENTAHY R. R. PASSES Msps snd further particular from JIRI JONNSON JR. CO. .sTmVS:: ra. Or The Belle Harbor Kd timer Realty Oo . lac, 1170 Broadway, New York. man, 41 Chambers st 11.400 1I1ST ST. lflW.li. 91X19.11 Danl L Kora to Aksarben Realty c. 112 W 48th at. Aug I; atty. Edwlo R Spurr. lit W nth it yo 171TH HT, 111-104 W. a a. 10x44 Be,l tihaptrn te Marknew Realty Ca, Inc. ID Naaaau St. Sept llj Blty, Albert I Hire. 1 Naaeau st lion Al'DUBON AV.n w cor 171th St. (,0x10--Alsx McDowell tu Oswald Berla. 11 Kim at. New Rochalle, N V. mtg 117. 500. Kept 24; stty. T O Co, 174 Bway .pi (Borough of The Bronx. ) LOTS 12 and II. map 111, lota Varlan aetata Henry C, (Julrk to Matilda A Quick, 471 Tf.th et. Hklvn. Sept III atty. Wm Brunner. 110 Bdway II BRYANT AV. 1411-1412. w s. 40x100 - Am broee Realty Co to Jennie M Reatlle. ;.: Henry at, Bkln. Hep: 12. ally, II H Itt: tsrhiMch. 14 Mslden Isn 11 CATHARINK ST, e . 211x100, balng n of lot TO, map Souh W'aahlnftonvlll Mary Spear to Thomsa MrOrsln. 4411 Carpenter av. q r. Sept 7; atty, T O Co 171 Rway II MOBTOAflRS. (With name and addreaa of lender arid lender'! atteraey.) (South ef Fourteenth st ) WILLIAM ST, 111, sea 17.4x74.4 Sarah B etlmla to Roae A Pleper, 102 William at. pt 1, due as per bead, pr mtg 422.714; attys. Psskus. C A O. 2 Bettor St It 340 West SMe. (West of Firth av. between Fourteenth and 1 10th ala. I4TH ST. 21 W. lsasshold Adjustment Rlty Co te Osrdsn S V Klaebarg. 110 W 71th at, Sspt 31. ! yr. 4 p r; stty. tlordon H P Kteeberg, 144 Bway 11.000 7TH AV. 711-44. s w c (0th St. 41.1x10 Ckartsr Ceastr Co to Walter Blumenthal and ano. 2170 Ba'ay, Sept 24, due aa par bond; attys, Ulna a B. in:, bth av . . III. 000 I'ptOWB. (Manhattan Island, north ef 110th at.) AUDUBON AV. ewe lTOth st 10x100 Oswsld Bsrls to Alex MoDoweil. 01 Mornlngslde av E, Sept :t, pr mtg, 117, S00; ettye. P-restlnser A N. 10 Wall st .10 000 (Borough of Ths Bronx ) HIST ST. 211 W Clements B Oravenberet. admr, to David Porayth. Oreena, Chenango Co, N T, Hept 21, I yr. :s p 01 atty. Title O T Co. 171 Bway 41.000 FULTON AV, a a , 411. s a w Koeauth av, 40x114 Martha P Frank to Moaes Nusa baurr, 141 44th St. pr ml. 11.100, Bept 21. 1 natal. I p c; atty. Mosee J Folk. 01 Nassau st ins SOUTHERN BOULEVARD, w s. 114.1 s 114th st. 14x141.7 Arthur O Muhlkar to Victor Stolt. Ill W mat at, Hept 21, 4 Ca 0 p c; attya. Wasaelman AT K. r.r, berty at 11.140 SIMPSON HT, w a. 100.7 n Hid St. 114.CX 221.7 Podger Realty Co lo city Mtg Co. 16 Wall at, pr mtg 911.000. Hept 21. demand. 1 p r; atty, F A. Hnow. li, Wall at . IC 000 ASSIONMRNTS OF MORTOAORB. BBRLA OS w A 1,1), to Alax McDoare'.l 911 SAME to nam 11 LINCOLN. LINCOLN A. to Henry Powell io Pl'RDY. WM MAC.V. te Anns C Wiener 1204.444 CITY MORT CO to American Real Eatatn Co It CITY REAL ESTATE CO to .toaeph Krueeer IS jio STAHI. WtLBBLMINA I. to Herman c Htahl ll.SOO 14,00 I SAME tu name I SATISFIED MONTtiAGKS. (With nsmeand addreaa of lender's attorney ) FAILS 8T. 1017. w a. 40C a Bancroft at. 20x100. Hept 24. 1901 Leila YV Kapp tu American Real Estate Co: atty, 3C Mevera 127 1th av 12 .'.0(1 ' 71TK ST, n a, 104 e Amirenlam av. 11x102 2. rer ten tvatn ro to I naa rein helmer; atty, D L Orllten. 1 7a Bway ,l ooo 130TH ST. Ill W. n a. IT.4X144.1I, Mar 14. 1141 Anna and laabel Oavldaon tu Met -resolltan Throat Hospital: atty. T n c. 171 Bway 13.000 STRBBINH AV. 1031'-, Ixt4 IxlK lx , Sep 17, 1102 Jaa A and Mary M V. uolf e: nl to Edith R V l'ooe: atty. Floyd Prlre 10 Broad at 12. ODD CTH AV. 2190. w a. 26x46, Aug 7. 1H07 Joa and Minnie Hhonk (u Jonaa Luxriihcrs anil ano: attya. Morrlaon m Schirr. 920 Broad way 12,000 MAt t, ay A v. a s, too e y.eresa . in txioo July 10, 1007 Daniel and jln i - J Uallv et al to Marv a Karqiihar. atty, Seward Haker. Wostohastsr, N Y 700 SOI THKRN BLVD. w a. 114 3 a from a w cor 110th at, 10x144 7. Dec '14, 1110 Ar thur u Muhlkrr to (ieo S Runk: attya, llummrl & Holbvt. lH 2d av 13 000 RECORDED LEASE. 137TII ST 100 W. all- Hupklnaun Ralty Co to Paul V'rleiiiand. 431 Lenox uv. :i vra from Hept II, lllll att. Abraham A Hllher lierg. 251 Hwsy 12,100 1I7TI1 ST. 101 W. all -.la. - ! Hlaunel tu same. .1 ra from Oct 1. mil;- attv. aame 12.141, 11STH ST. !)-IJ W, 2 hldaa - Merlita Rlty Co tu Jennie Fulirer, 210 K H4th at. 5 yr from Sept II, 1D1S 112.00 HUTU ST. 119-11 E. all - Nathan (llaaahi-lm to latne, 2 yn uml 2 mnntha from Sept I. Ills 14.1100 D4T1I ST. 414-11 K. all Same tu SO ma, 3 yra from Dec 1, 1H13. II. 400 137TH HT, Ill-Ill W, all -Oavld II Drxrl to Paul Krledland, 411 Lenox av, 1 yra from Oct 1. 1H13 am. Abraham A tail -berberg. 251 Bwav 13.721 40 2D AY. 543, n W ror Hat st, rtnre nint base merit -Joa Wllaon to Slimm Lev, aid, 104 I-: Slat at. 2 vra ami 7 mnntlia from ()! 1. 1113; attv. Win Heuser, 100 William SI 11,200 In . I'll ST. I J 4 -k K. all- Qoldl Cohen tu Sarah lli-rnataln. 70 K ll",tli ai 5 yra from Aug 1, till 15.000 WASHINGTON AV. 2043 5. all - Adolf Deutach and anu tu same, 3 yra from Pen 16. lilt I5.S50 to 14.000 31TH SI. 21 W. ah- Rill I' Robblno si al to Adjuatmrnt Realty Co. 153 Ita av. 21 yrs from Nov 1. 1012. atty, Oordon Klee )er, loo Bway In. ooo Oft and st. in 20. id Boor Adolf Prince to Louia llllrod el al. 3, S nth at. Hklvn vrs and 5 months from Oct 1. 1113; atty, Herman J Ituhenataln. & M- km.,,, at 14.000 to 17.500 MS PENDENS HIM-ltRA AV. w . 200 ft of tilth ' 50x 17.4 Hudson Woodworking Co n(l Kisro pesn construction Co et al (a,-ilnu to ton close mechanic's Horn; att, ii T Hlern. ai.INTON AV. w a, part of lot 7, map of villas.- of Mt Hopr. Bronx -North Side ttavlrig Hank agt Hmello Kramer et ! iforecluaur of mortgase); atty. A Uutgaall. WILLIS AV. a a. 110 ft n n( 142d at. 20x 100 Haary Wallner est Mary C Mohony et al (ferecloaura of mortgage); atty, F X Kelly. Ill) T, 114 to 120 K. and 2M at, 111 to 110 B Klbert Hkannel est Frederick 0 Maa Oh et a! (amended action tn foreclose mv 0210108 Horn, attya, Wnacjiltr A Ivolui. ROWI.A-VI) AV, w a, 207 a fr n of W.-at cheater av, It 11x127.6 Fran via P Jlr Nlchol st al est Msrgwrat Flynn taction te recover posssssioni; atty, II ti K Heath. &H1UCS AV, n a. 121 ft e of 4th at. lift! I lots 21, 27 and 21. mop of Thompson Roae rstats, Bronx Chss V Hallsy. Jr. list Hosa Lavouccl et al (action to oat aside transfer): atty, M Bandit. . I4TH HT. Ill and Ml W- Herman H Cam mann at at agt Horace Ingeraoll Co pt al Iforeclesurs of tnortgsge); atty. II Btvaln 72 D 8T. 14 B IT 8 Trust Co of N Y agl Martlndsle Reel Estate On et al (fbre i Insure of mortgase . attya. atewart A rillTH ST. s s, 15 ft w of tth av, 2ir,o John r iiaiated t in agt Auranum lie' -rent et al ttorevluaurti uf iniirtsaxu, atty, c M Camp VALENTINE AV, a a. 21.7 ft ll of U.'d al. t lx Irreg Julius M Conn at al at mma Loaerua et al (foreclosure of mort gage); atty, Hamilton, Gregory a Proa-man. HBAJv BgffJ APARTMENTS TO LET tJNFtrRNIBHSD. 202 WEST 78TH ST. 1 and 1 rooma and bath: steam heat, bet ter, hall service; 'phone; lir.-py). MARION J419 B-wsy i99th): 4 rooma. bath. 972.M to 404; fireproof house: sll Mint elevators, all lmprovemeaia;exprei subway station oothai. IRVINQTON Off Central Park West, factor Park (100th t i: large room A bath: 2 tolleia. all Im provements; elevator, telephone; 177.40 to IM. CARROT. I. TON 401 Weal lMth ft- eppnalte aubwav station; 4, 4, T room. 12 hatha: llehi rooms, larse closets, ele va tor . 'phone ; re Iden t a ttr n t j e t nth -ern rxjxoeure; cornrr apartment: 4470-11,010. COURTWOOD i West 148th at., cor. H'wai" modern ele vator house; all Improvements: 1. A, 7 rnoiim, 1 A I baths; 24 hour service, lono-li.tw Broadway REMCO Mt Street. PHOVK. 1200- -HIVE RSI DE. Reed House Broadway at 1 21st Street 7 rooms $900-11.140 Thla hoim ' manafed by owner llvine. on premise strictly M1LAIMU FIRRPROOr 124-127 We; Mth. Seven larse. Ilrht riemniil bath. extra maid i ,ml U.lh : eoallauoui hull and elevator eer vice: all ie.prnvcnu.nt: complete! ' rennvrtirti ami li iiiatt possession: 11.400 Broadway, REMCO. win street. ' w STRICT! ,T NEW tNuLr'tNU rixpfltfio. 43 to l ast MD -:i -, ).,st yj.,, ti 7 room,, iiatlih . 41JO0 to 91,411 All nifii' etovator. hall, 'Pjkono m'iv.ob; all Improvements 'ltesfcleo asrot, Uroa,ly REMCO 862 WEST END AVE. .Nc.l VTth -St. ii i.oti lis if a I lis ELECTUS T. BACKUS SIMM mtOAIlR A i A I r.4.H i. Tel 4ni Sehuylof 36 CENTRAL PARK SOUTH Nsw u oterj iiitrh riuas ssroof a part men i house; tlnt'st lucatlnn iiu the 1'ark. n fee ir-inalniiigattrai-tlve Apartmcnta. flOO up: con cessions for fminedlato oorunsaoy. APARTMENT ot 1. i. I mama aad bath No 14 West 4.td at. end others. Apply D. H JAMIRBUN Bupi . No 'tu "ih av. BOKOt (ill )K RICHMOND FOR HALB 35 Minutrs from Ratlrr). Aulo Service to Ferry. Trolley 4 Minutes Walk. All rear round homes for university crartuntr- with young famlllea; a Montrssotl "Bouse of' Childhood" and primary- rlaaaon premises, hoartl ui nne Old manainn; u tiny, lib wren, rnr wlnfri monrns. Aoiirras i i a Qrymei Hill, Tel 040 Tompklasvllle. BBAL BSTATB FOB SALI -Weetebester e. IlfMtt His t Ci w.tn:.J.rMr 7 E. 42 LONO ISLAND REAL RSTATE FOR s Al E PLOT of about H acre, directly on Leas Island Sound SI North port, sandy beach; beautiful views: reatrleted ane-tlnn. i, Ii T.11 rntx'is. N. ROWLEY. Northpon, L. I. HELP WANTED MALE. ACCOL' NT ANT ANO FINANCIAL KXBCV Ti vi iiim be hirh stado maa, ibormghly ra per ten red In taklni charfi' ot aoooaatlag, Saal clal and contract driuiriiiirnts fur larirr depari n.ent stun-, salary $5ihxi to xa.ixiii. Aushoi 111 SI NESS BKHViCK t'ti bog it-' sun office , SALES HY AtTTION. BY VIRTt'E Of rverutlon I Rarnataii, suetloneer. all Sept .-, 1 ! 1 3, I A. M . Ill Broadway. Manhattan lot uf uaort,-,l leather Kouila, Or,. I M,ii()NiiI.17. Murshnl.. BY op.hei, r Wllliaat Knsbs A Co.. I Berrateln. aitotloneor, aella aept 19, 191IL 9 A. M . at ICnabs VY irrrooins, 4.17 6th av.. Manhattan. Doctor's Playsr Piano No I -oio D M UjONlULB, Marshal. j. s. APPEL, stwitloaeer, Mils renin 9 at 101 Delancey si. JaiMine-, art ir,t,,(s .-uh! tun- a-liine alRRIIUATK b Mil It la. MBRKAI.t,, KHA.NK 4 In ptirsuSOee nf an srdrrof Hon. Robert Ludlow Powlor.S SurrogStS of that ounly of New York. Notice Is hereb) riven to sll persons ItavlrMj sjalina agalnat Irani, A, Msrrsll. lateof theCounty ufNev I'urk.ilereuaed. ts preaent the aame alth vnurliera thareuf 111 ilia subaerlbera at theirpiaee u( Iranssrtinj buslnOMj si ths offices of their stiorne).. roottl '7. .So. Ill Brosdway, Mauhattati im ' In Ttie City of New York, ou or befurc tne ttti da uf tn .utior son. Dated New York, the I'Mrt day of Mareh ton. WALTER li. MEIIHALL ALBERT B MERKALU Eisrutors of the I att will and lratamsai of FrankA. klerrall. deeeaeed. CANNON CANNON, Attys. for I ir; Mora, lis Broadway. Manhattan Rerouch. New York City. i.kk. FHEDI-HICK fl In pursuance of an order of linn HuIhti LudlQiv Powlsr.s Burroiato of the County 01 New YoraTnotlcie is nereb) xlven to all persons liaMiia claims stslnsl 1'ieili rlcU H. tee. late of the Countl ufNe Vork.decesried, to preaent the same ith vooohers t)u-"-,,f tn the Kuliscribersat ihrir pises ol Irsasactlog business st the office nf Harry M Euekerl, No 27 Cedar Street. In the Cliy uf New i'urk. on or la'fure the 11th day of Mareh next. Dated. New York, the nth 1 av nf September, 1411 CHARM'S N 1.1 K. MAlll.AMI I tlRKIOS, V Xet-'itor. H A H KY M SITKFIIT. Attorney foi Rxrcntort, No. 27 cedar Btroet, Boro ih 01 Maabattah, N'ew T01 w City, MErilANlCS' LIRNR BVDSON ST, 70lu It Ward Co Ht Helen it Ruhinaon. owner. Newtown ltuihiintt en. lessse and ountrniinr 1147 10 Mf rIOPB av, ;7;: Antonio 1 iii lioiiiiuhio lannucnell, owner and eon traitor S2I. WtXarTBR ST. gtsnllna Collins ttnd leitliinir Co at ,a':it of James .1 1 omi r f,it, owner an,! onntractor 1 Jaooh Flomei felt. David I Flout. -rfelt. John M FlottlSr felt. ai.hrlait riotllerfell. Mjrln i llruvrn, Sarah Metl, !i. Zinnia Cole, lt.i,-h,.l Smith, laiultat 1 '--.i tiler. JOSephlns It l-'e-eenilrii, Anne T c.nylnr an-l John .1 K,,-m owners; David J Cols and Lavl a Fea aellllen. eont r,i ,'tora (reiowall. ... fj'j:. 44TH ST. tt W Philip it.iilv a it t Fred rick J Htn-. h. Sam N-1's..it wi :i ,m liituKii and ItlsJjaril Call, iiwnsrs; H.-nry c Smlt-h. coiiiraeinr i:",' 10:ili ST, 150 E -Star Marhle nnil Tile Works, 'n. aa' Jacob Vogei f an ,-r. owner, a m and rti Beraian, ton-s tractnra 1107 kiATI SPIED IE( HANK S' UENH. BROADWAY I It! t., !.', iffirl v.-.ier iiuiii agl CMkitswn Rsslty Co et ai. July ft Hull t7SS It Lyman PL rt'ii, .1 Resoablutn i Co .,t I. mure Iteaity ' et al. Aug 2b, llll,T NKW BRALTV t DltPOll ATIONS. ThA follnwinir rtjltv rorporurvtlonN wrc ehiirti-rfil nt Allmnv on HHturilv: The AlU-n Uol-Mnpr I'nm HBfi Inc., liro.ih hrni MptUl, ? ooo i.irVi iin, mii 'J'--P' 1 1 . Jtiiiiiit' Tt pLtiz u hi 1auU ( iuu.it. lirnoklyii. Tiif ctonoofdltti Contra rtltif CteiiiBtnyi (no.. Brinklyn, iltul, $10,0o0 Dlftetort, louU Ooiti, Hn-'.kivn k. h Know lion 4.1H1 k. .1 For 'in, Nv Ytirk Thf HarUlnhiiiii P flopment and Bull I Inc ComiiMny. (bo., Manhutinn ; rupf il i-,000 i1rv.ttor.. Iuvia Rubin, New aSaiiiiitl Mitchell, UroiiK ; JuliiiH It. ; s Brooklyn. The TtiiilnKod RtftltV 'ornyany, nc 11 ' in hriitfin, capital tt, 0).V ' Dlrootori, TT- i. P Thorn. MU hal H. i'urnin and Rwrr' ' l.unnun, Ntw York. The Vltkln 'lfvt-lan1 Itcaliv ' Mun4Atian; capita., $1 "00, 0n HHrflfltJ, Itnitiklyn; Jootph W 1 N' 11 ,r Kuttle, Nw York city. Th 133 Wci Thtlty-th'-M r- l ' pnratt'u. Manhtittim ; cup! rrt tor-, QrtrUoi A" Vul.il 1 :. (mm M It r ami .lame , i t - York CUsf oupltul, 1600, Dlraotor Kn-I KVbt' ijullu atenuTti ana Nwi H it. rf-... 1 " city.