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the sun, monday; august 9, iois.
Frank Moran Returns From Abroad and Asks News of Jess Wtttard Eastern Steamship Lines All-thc-Way-by-Watcr MORAN LANDS HERE WET WE A THER GOLF BRING I NATIONAL GOLF LIST YACHTSMEN WILLING TO SPEND IDLE DAY r-.- i - - -f -j i sfSn-mw in iiiitiripmik'iJsiuID BOSTON TO TAUNT WILLARD EN DURA NCE TO THE FRONT Unexcelled Service to Finest Equipped Steamships In the Coastwise Service HAS 47 NEW NAMES Y,h llciivy Suit He Tan Force lleKiirnilioii liy Urnting All l'lTli'iulcrs. C0.MKS MINTS MANAGER WANT HP A live wlro for a man seer Musf ! "f thn Willis Hrltt che.nl of pot up nml Bet. When Fr.inti Mnrnn, Hip lilr Monti ritt'hurc lirBvywflKht, Just In from HnRl.ii'li walked down the Rntiftplnnlt from the Ht. Paul yesterday lie. didn't hate that nil written items ills broad cheft. Imt It vn on IiIh mind. The shifty foot runnier Is without a pilot nj If you should cop u young nrmy jolr.R down llmadway toward Storm's hotel this morning you'll bo sure to count Binonc Its numbers such innnn UPrlnl lights ns Pan Morpnu, Hllvy Hume, pick Curley, 1-Torrlo Harnett, Jim Shorten, Dan Mclvctrlck. Willie Lewis. Yoiiiik Willis Ilrltt, Sam Wnl lrh, Moe Smith. Ilnmond I,otv Bailey, jack Henner. Jim Huekley mid Iko Dor tan, all of them looklnK for Moran. The, job won't bo by the board If applicants arc to be considered. "It's creat to be home nenln. What's doltiK In my Hne7" asked Moran ns ho honk hands all round. "Plenty." was the chorus. "Tou're Just the fellow to stir up the heavy melRht situation. Wlllard Isn't worrying kit head over title seekers simply bo cause there Is no one around who can f'.st him an nnrumcnt." "Well. 1 didn't coto over here to challence Wlllard," said Moran. "I don't want to no around tootlnR my horn when I know he Is busy with that cowboy turnout. 1 want to meet him of course, tut I'm perfectly wllllnn to llKht tha rest of the heavies Into a corner until Willasd closes with the Wild West show. If lie lenorcs mo than I'll do my best to force him Into a ehamplonshlp battle. I'll play fair, however. What's rhe use of bothering him now. Just srive him time anil then If he doesn't come down elt his hlith horse, spurs find all, why the public will Jeer him out of his shell. "Hy the time ho Is ready to tight I'll be on hand. If ho wanta to meet me richt now I'll bo ready In live weeks time. I weich 200 pounds and a month or so of training would lit mo for n world's title bout. I think Wlllard was luckier than I was. I foucht Johnson In Tads after he had trained for a whola ear. You all know that ho didn't cet more thnn u week's solid work for Wlllard in Havana. "Everybody who saw the bout In Tarts will tell ou that Johnson was tired at the end of twenty rounds. Had It been to j tlnlsh I would now be champion of the world. The cut over my pye bothered rfls a streat deal, but I knew ho was wIlllnK at the c-d. Just my luck to get him for it limit d bout. "As a matter of fact Johnson was doomed the moment he slsned for a finish fight, especially with n man who wai strong and could take It. I might hive bfen that man Just as well, as HTl lard. "I Intend to trim all the CofToys. Levim-kyn. Smiths, Cowl rs, Hclchs nnd Ahearri If 1 can't wipe that crowd out I won't even look Wlll.trd's way. The public will be so convinced of my ability to slve him a light that Willurd can't very ell duck tup. I'll stay here a few diys and then Its mo for I'lttsburK to t . tb, folks." Jimmy Johnson has found a card to ttk t.. placo of tin. Ounboit Smith Jack llemplo Irtut. which was called ofT on account of the illntss of Hemple. On WeJncsday ' night Hippy Littleton, the New Orleans middleweight. Is to shaw his wares at the Illnk. Mttlelon meet Johnny Howard. Down In the cotton belt they think Happy is another Ketchl Littleton brought along n hnk rolo it J 2.300 that he Is willing- to put nil t)p to prove that 'he is the best mlddle e!rtt In the world. He comes branded O, K, by two such good Julgcn as Pom-nlck Tortorioh and Tommy Hums. Ho hw kr-x-keil nut Steamboat Hill Feott. tlr liuskle who helped Jack John son fain for Wlllard. Somebody ouRht to pin Victoria Cros-sis. on the three boxing cominls lom rs for havlnir tho courage to call a halt In the matter of yelping In a Hunter's corner during a bout. Only those who nre forced to sit near the rlntr ran have any Idea of the verbal filth that It. poured Into tho ring In tho ehape of taunts. Very little ndvlep Is shouted Generally It follovs a smashed neRe with cnmctliltig like' "That didn't Hop yau. kid. Ynuso ain't hurtod. ItlKht at him ntta lioy." Over In Hrooklyn tho other night one ffconil was coaching Ills man nnd telling him to u.-o all the foul tricks In tho world, many of which Jack Twin Sulll ian had never heard of. SQUALL HITS LITTLE STARS. on is llnninged, but Amntriir M.lppi'rn All It ! Shore. I 'CRT Washington, I. I., Aug. t. N'ne i. Iiih of tho Mr la.su were omhi m Miualls In an interclub race over thn trlan:ti!.ir cntirei III Man ila, in Itay thlK atteinoon and only two su e -iiHl in fliilMhlng. The race was replMo uth thrilling Incdcnts, and vterao jaelitsmen illarl tho squalls wren tiio worst they had ever sn here. A squall from the south w.ir followed ly another from tho southwest. The Abair owned by iCilwnril Mannard nnd Hllbon Willis, wnm struck by Allan Walkir's hlttlo ll.-ar. nultliiiR In the loss of tho former's mainsail nisi causing that boat to withdraw, The Mlra. owned and sailed by C. I. I'eets, suffereil the loss of her mast. Several of thn yachts wero daahod to the khore and damawl, WIiiIp the snujll was nt It height the yachtsmen were almost powerless to (nililo their oraft. Soveral of the tnernlxrH on the club franda went out In power boat and brnupjht nomc of the sailors nsliore. Several claims of foul ere made, and the fommltte will bo sKei to cs.ll tho rnco off. litjrco W. Corrv's l.ltlle ninner aind Charles K. Hjdc's Hydra wero tho oiy two that llrnshed. Htnrtlng at 15, the I.lttl.i Dipper romploted the K milo run rno In 1 hour and 35 minutes, Forty minutes later tho Hydo on, which cast anchor whllo Uio miuall ws fJglng, finished, Botlli of these lights fouled tho south mark. '" II. l. VI. Ilaa Fine Time Trial. Alkxanuria IUv, N. V Aug. 8. P. Q. VI., a liydroprnnn belonging to A. Oruli.ini Miles of Alexandria Hay and Mn Henry Deverrux Whlltnn of How l'"s. I,. 1 had a trial spin In the HI. J-invrcnco Hlver yesterday. Her speed Was fl nleilHnnt MirnrlM in Mr Mllen I D. Q. VI, Iiiih been entered In the fold cup races nt Mnrihansct Tiny. Mr. Miles is shipping the flier to Now York it cunesaajr. Player of Slight Stature and Small Strength Is at Dis advantage When Course Is Water Soaked Hagen Is Good Mud Horse. By JOHN fl. A.DF.H)tO.V. What makes a good rolflng mud horse? Tiro weather with It super abundance of moisture breaking all rec ords has Interfered much with Oho big golf tournaments of the. year and ha glen us an Inkling of the prime requi site needed by the golfer who must slosh his way through mud and WTvter In open medal or match competition. Tho Massachusetts open on tho final day was held In the worst weather In which It has been the undcslrcd prlvllcdge of any of the attending pro. fosalonals to compete. In the morning before Btartlng there was a vote taken among the professionals as to whether rho play should be htld or not, and those who voted for and against did so on account of their opinion as to their own chances for a good or poor round. Walter Hagen, former open champion, who won tile Massachusetts title, was all In favor of playing, for he always has taken a great pleasure In combating and defeating the elements. Hagen's great strength and ability to stay firmly planted on his feet In all sorts of weather glvp dim an advantage over one less favored In this nopect, and many of aho proreslontils conceded him the title when it was announced that there would lie no postponement of the play. From personal obnorvation, I should Judge that Hagon's alance, which Is right angular and gives a Ann grip on the ground necessitating little toe elovatlon. helps him considerably; he has good, strong hands and wrists nnd a powerfut stroke which claws through the turf and does not sink In. He Is a good golfer on a rainy day, for his drives and nppronch shots call for no run, of course, and havo a wonueriui carry. J. M. Barnes Is anouher good wet weather player. Wo would expect It. for he has the Blre and the build nnd the powerful carry on his shots, whltfh means In a round of eighteen holi something like 100 yards, advantngo over the shorter driving player. Tom Ander son wallows around, never botlherlng about the conditions, but the slighter built fellows, men like Wilfrid Held, Iouls Telller. i:imer Loving, Herbert Strong and others, cannot keep up the persls'tent cannonading necessary when heavy rain is falling, To bo a good mud horse requires strength In large quantities. It Is n different matter playing on s n-ir.lv itnv. for It seldom happens that a golfer will have to flght the j heavy brezes all the way, and a roll of the ball can- be had. Frd McLcod won Uho open championship whllo a gale wns blowing at Myopia, and yet he Is one of thp smallest nun playing the game, and Louis Telllor has gained notable victories under similar conditions. But In extremely wet weather the whole links undergo a drenohlng bath nnd It Is difficult trom tno man V' v'n finish. The wise man alwiys would back the player who had the better physique If It came to a pltjoff under such adverse conditions. It sometimes happens tlhat a golfer's game Is wholly unsulted to play In thn rtln. One who plays for a long run on the ball, who puts a slight hook In tr hope of getting distance, will find hlmsolf left many a time with a second that Is too long. Almost every player would profer to have a mashle rather than a mldlron shot, for the results am uniformly lietter nnd Oho extra dlstanoi to b carrll makes the scores mount a little almost without fall. It Is the same In the high wind too. I'M ward Ray at Hoylake gave up some of the hope which tfu had of win ning tho championship when he saw that thero wns a strong wind blowing, and he knew at once that his high niblick shots would get hlui Into trouble, whllo the mashle play of his nearest rival, BOROUGH PARK WINS AGAIN. Dents Crescent A. '. In Itrlnrn Tennis Match nt nay Hldge. The Borough Park Lawn Tennis Club team defeated the Crescent Athletic Club nt the Crescent courts in Hay Illdge yesterday by a score of 6 matches to 3. Tho contCRt was a return affair, the IlorouRh Park players having won earlier in the seawon on their own courts by a score of 7 to 2. All of the matches wero started cn turf, hut n heavy shower of rain softened up tho court so much that elifht of the nine contests were finished on clay. S. H. Voshell of Borough Park nnd Charles M. Hull, Jr., were the only players to finish on the grass and Hull won the match by a score of 6 3, 3 C, C j. The match wns anything but nn exhibition of good tennis in spite of the fact that It brought together the strongest players of the competing clubs. Vosliell should have won easily had he been In any kind of form, but prior to tho match he had spent about three hours in swimming. Then ns they started to play the shower broke, but the men stuck to the court and finished, nlthough they nnd the court wete drenched thoroughly. The summaries : Klniles Chnrles M. Hull. Jr.. Crescent A C defeated S. Howard Voahtll. Hor nuth Park. 6 J. 3 . 6 1 : I). Van Hrunt, Crescent A. C, defeatod Chester Hhubert, floroufh Park. 6 2, 68, Dr. y. M. Jennlnira, Ilorough Park, defenud ft. W. Page. Crescent A. C. 3 f. 2. 75: W. A. Ilartye, Jr.. llnrough Park, defeated J. W. Ivlni, Crescent A, C, 0 . . I; w, M. Holt, Borough Park, defeated J, H. Wnlkley. Crescent A, C. 79. 64, C 4. Doubles C. .shubert and E. A. Ilnvls, Dnrninh Park, defeated W. C. Perkins anil Otto Ilelnlgke, Crescent A. C. 10, 3, R 3j rr Jennlims and XV. 8. Holt. Ilor otigh Park, defeated W. II. I)as and J. Ft. Moore, Crescent A, C, 6 3, 6 Jt H. It. Voshell snd W. A. Hartye, Jr.. Dorouxh Prk. defeate.l P. fi. II, Annrewi and I. Van Hrunt, Crescent A. C 63, 63; J, II, Wnlkley snd K. V. rf. Crescent A. ('., defeated 11. Donaldson and J, Kress, HiiroiiKh Park. 61. 6 4. Hcore Bor ough Park, 6; Crescent A. C, 3, TENNIS STARS SEND REGRETS. Wnrd nnd Tallnnt Phone Late, Dis appointing (lathered Gallery. , Kdoemkhe. L. I,, Aug, 8, The two matches scheduled to be played In the Invitation singles at the Kdgemere Club hero to-day were postponed until a dny this week not yet decided on. Hugh Tallant and Vnndcrbllt II. Ward wero to have met In tha semi-final and the winner was to play Walter Men 111 Hall who advanced to the final yesterday, for the trophy. The gallery waited until late In the afternoon, when word was received from Wnrd and Tallant, who have been play ing In the Connecticut Htate champion ship at Norfolk, that they oould not get down htrt to-day, J. II, Taylor, was not harmed In any way by the elements Taylor won, im Itay predicted ho would, long before the start of the last thlrty-tdx holes. The winning player on a wet day often may be found In tho golfer who hits his putts for the back of the cup ami docs not try to cut tho stroke. Thete is a great tendency for tho ball to swene off on wet days when It roaches the side of the hole, duo no doubt to the fact that many lmprelons huvu hem made by heels and other means, nnd a sllco or nttll ntl fttft ttllftArt t.ltl tt.lll tnnvn n..M.. be affected. One Is quite likely to change his style of putting at such a time, thinking that It is necessary, but such Is not tho case. The man who will ro boldly for the back of the cup on a wet day will nnd the green usually running true to tho mark, nnd there Is no need for deviation In style. Not long ngo I was talking with a prominent professional on this subject nnd he said that ono thing In particular helped him to win a sectional champion ship. It was raining hard and the lies wero quite bad. Ordinarily ho played quickly, with never a practice stroke In the wholo round : on this occasion ho tried out his stroke to be In a practice swing In oruer to get the turf hit In tho exnet spot essential for success, and al though his partner nt tho fourth hole said "Look nt tho amateur 1" ho kept It up and won the ohamplonshlp with three strokes to spare. Ho laid It nil to the extra care. Perhaps he has tho right secret of this success concentrated carefulness. So longer ran the members of the professional clan of golfers say with aoenilng bitterness that there Is no ap preciation of their talent for exhibition purposes, nor ure the best professionals able to nssert truthfully that they can make more money at home than by taking part In the tournaments urrangea especially for members of their slon. The sums of money which have been donated by clubs or offered by fitate associations have been far beyond nny previous year, and I feel sure when 191f. has gone the amount of money given for this sort of competition wilt be four or Ilvo times that of last year, which nlo was a banner year In this regard. The Southern tournaments began In earnest In late January, and until the middle of April hardly a week P.ised by without a professional venture of some kind. It would be placing the number nt a minimum If wp said that twenty events wero held, with purse for tho tried experts which averaged around 1100. I may have placed tho figures too high, but I am sure that there have been more than twenty such, and tho total sum of money, somewhere in the vicinity of 13.000, is conservative. Then came the big affair at the Panama-Pacific Kx posltlon, where f 1.200 was given to tho professionals, and the recent open cham pionship of the Pacific roast at Seattle was worth over JS00 more. Other Cali fornia affairs of this kind hae netted several hundred dollars to the favored winners. At Denver not nn Inconsider able sum was paid out to professionals, while away down In Texas competitions havo been held and matches played for purtex. A most convt vntlvp oetlm.ito therefore of tho prlzo money offered south and west of the Mississippi so far this year would be nround J5.3U0. If we odd now the money which will tie offered nt Glen Echo and In tho Western open wo get a sum approaching If not surpassing $7,000. Turning to the East we find that two tournaments have been given at Shawnee. Masichusetts gave more hundreds, In th State nj-n championship, and the profemlonal tour naments nt Winchester and Common wealth, nnd the nntlonal open tourney at Valtusrol presented nmrly $1,000 to the wlnnciH. The metropolitan open wns not far back of tho national In the prize valuation, but tho State championship of Connecticut, held nt the new course nt Kastern Point, the Fhetinecossett Country Club, set a high standard with over 11.200 In prize money for the pro fessionals. The total to date of the dif ferent sources mentioned reaches a sum In the neighborhood of $10,000. MAY HOLD DRAW AT NEWPORT. All Kiitrleai for Xatlonnl Tennis Must lie In by Angust UO. That Newport Is Pndlng It hard to realize that the Casino is to have noth ing to do with the national champion ship lawn tennis tournament Is made evident by a note i-ont out by C.eorgc Adee of the executive committee of tho United States National Lawn Tniuh Association to the effect that the draw ings for the event probably will be mailo in Newport next week. The national association has sent notice to all club secretaries that tho entries for the big tournament, which Is to be held at the West Sldo Tennis Club, Forest Hills, L. I Martlng August .10, will rloto August 20, ten days before the event. The erection of the stanJs at the West Side club is now well under way and it Is likely they will be completed In a couple of weeks. More than half of the seat reservations fur the i-ntlrn tourna ment have been subscribed for mid the tickets will be mailed to tho subset Ibers this week, No single day tickets will be Issued except nt the gate on the day of play. Tho turf has been froftenivl a little by the heavy rains nnd has given the groundkeepers something to worry about, but they say that a week of sun shine prior to the tourney will make (he courts the fastest and finest In the world. GIL NICHOLLS WINS TWICE. Marts Well In Series of IMntrhrs Against Krnser nt firrnt ek. Gilbert Nlcholls of Wilmington, the metropolitan open champion, won the first two of n series of ton eighteen hole matches with Jamea Fraser, the homo professional on the links of the Great Neck Oolf Club yesterduy, The match was followed by a largo gallery, A purse has been provided for the winner and in addition several largo bets have been matlo on the outcome, Tho backers of Fraser figured that his familiarity with tho course would make him a dan gerous opponent for tho champion. Nlcholls has bet that ho will return a card of 69 or better In one ot tho ten eighteen hole matches. Yesterday on his second attempt he registered a 70 and would have mado his till If ho had had good luck on t Hp Inst hole. A bad lie there cost him a 4 for u hole, which under ordinary conditions would be an easy 3. He won by S up nnd 2 to play In the morning, scoring 75 against 7K for Fraser. In tho afternoon, when he mad 70. Fraser returned a card of 76, Nichols winning by 6 up,and S to ilay. If. M. Hnrrlmnn, 105)9 Clmm jiion, Ono Who May Piny for Atnntcur Title. If. It. DAVIS ALSO ADDED The national hnndlcap list, that rolt of honor which Includes nil American golfers eligible to play for tho nntlonnl amnteur championship, now contains .118 names. When the list was announced last spring It contained tho names of 271 golfets, and n supplemental list of forty-seven hnM bpen announced by Howard F. Whitney, secretary of tho Flitted States Clolf Association. Under the rules governing the hnndlcap list It must be complete thirty days before the beginning of tho nmatcur championship, so the forty-seven new names aro tho last that will be ndded to the list this yea r. Those who are familiar with Ameri can golfing history will nolo one added name that will revive memories of by gone days. Herbert M. Harrlman, na tional champion In 1899, the first na tive born golfer to win tho nntlonal title, has decided that ho still belongs nmong tho good golfers, and evidently hns proved ,tlmt fact to the satisfaction of the U. S. G. A. executive committee for "II. M. llarrlmnn, Piping Hock," may bo found among tho elect. And Piping Hock Is not n courso on which it Is easy to mako three scores low enough to convlnco the U. 8. O. A. offi cial' that tho maker Is entitled to a national rating. Just ns every ono expected, tho name of Harry K. q. Davis, tho winner of the Panama-Pacific tournament nt San Francisco, Is nmong thoso rated. That he was left off the original draft was duo only to tho fart that Ids club did not make Its report In time. Many of thp tournament winners of thp present season havo been added to the national list, and a number of met ropolitan golfers are nmong tho new comcrn. Oeorgo H. Hatch, president of the Western 5olf Association, and Ills son. Dewitt C. Halch, who won tho Western Junior championship last week, are both listed among the new names. The supplemental list follows: Paul Moor, Nntlonal: H K. It. DaMs, Prestdln. T. S. Handle)', HlKhlands, lienllt It. mich. Cincinnati. (iore It. Halch, Tin' tnnatl; Sterling K Kdmunde. St. Louis, J. K. llanns. Jr. and Daniel V Altl.ind. Detroit; Wllllim Alden Smith. Jr., Kent, 15. H. Jackson. Jr., U.iUUnoro: E. Tyeun IJltlcntt. llaltimnre; cs, II Walker, .t. f.null. llaymon-1 Itlleeetl. D'trolf. t W Hs. Portsmouth. A. Morris Crosby. Ilrie Hum. . II. M Harrlman. I'lplns" Itock; (I. V. Kohlcr. ni'lcewood: O, If Lyall, Hellevue: V K. Iloherson. Uochester: ll. V. Itolan, Pine Valley; Hay McAullfle. lluffalo. C. I, Dexter. Jr.. Dillas. II. L. Munser. Dal las. Collet Muneer, Dallas. Howard Mc call. Merlon: Ililirt C. James. Merlon. Charles J. Ilellnmy, SprltigHeld: II F. Keltnn, 8prlnsnldi U. D Pierce. Ilrao Hum, Howard W. Maswelt. Jr., Nasiau, rhirles Comstoek. Blepy Hollow; K. II. Palmer, Detroit; T. Warden Hunter, De. trj!'' H nose, Allerhny; It I. James, Alteshcnr. .t. C DPnorth. Allegheny: J. H. Kendall. DalUs. C Law W.itklr... Apt w.iinls. Henry Crlnnell. Kent. K. H. Crow ell, M.onvtd. U. V HayiM. ."an Franilsm lluch VUKhn. lltoomneld Htl' K. Klls wortb Cities. Ojktnont. J. i'. Parrlsh. Na ilomli I' " Uolion. Jr.. !a)llM. Marc M Michael. Tountakah. 11 P Hlngham. Ma field. On tho courso of tho Glen OaJt Coun try Club ni-ir Chlrugo tho open cham pionship of the Western Golf Associa tion will bo played on Wednesday and Thursday of this week. It will consist of the usual champlnnhlp test of seventy-two holes of medal play, tho Western fiolf Association having given up sev eral years ago the plan of deciding its open championship at match ptoy. Tho scheme was tried out thoroughly, but It was not popular, nnd n return was made to the usual rtylo of play In open com petitions. llrst prize money Is $300 and the first five will finish In tho money. There will bo a number of special prizes, and to milto things moro attractive for the professionals the Glen Oak Club will hold a special tournament to-day nnd to morrow. The competition to-day will be an nmntour-profesMonnl best ball affair, with money prizes for the professionals, and to-ninrrow ti thirty-six hole medal round will 1h played In which the first ten will Mulsh in tho mney and the first on the list will reap a reward of !2f0 for his lalxirs on thn links. The Western open hn been played eirh ear since 1S0D except In 1900 nnd tho list of champions contains a number of names that lire known tho nation over. Tho present tltleholder, Jumps M. Il.irncs, Is nt present stationed at nn Hastern club, tho Whltemarsh Valley Country Club, near Philadelphia. A llt of the Western open champions follows : M!. Willi" Smith. 1301. I.anrence Aueh lerlonle. lo3. Willie Anderson ISO:. Ales. Nnilili I9'H, Willie Anderson. 1905, Arthur Smith. I HOC, Alex .Smith, 11107, ltuhrt Simpson, ISOk, Willie Anderson; 1505, Willie Anderson , IttlP, Charles Kvnns, Jr., ISM, Itnliert Simpson. M'.'i:, Mardnnald Smith, 1913. John J. McPermott. 114, Jurnes M ll.irnre In 1511 nnd 191! thn championship was derided nt nntrh play Owing to the war, (lolf Illuitrntetl, thn HrltlMi golf magazine, of which liar old II, Hilton Is tho editor, bus been compolled to glut up tho publication of a weekly issue nnd until conditions are morn favorable will appear only once it month, The magazine h;i been pub lished ns n weekly since 1SJ0, twenty tlvo yearn ngo, hut thn war hns killed tho Interest In the game of golf In Grent Hritaln, and there Is n dearth of I golfing newH on tho other side of Hjo Atlantic, in fact, for tho last threo or four' months American golfing newa and reviews of the lives of Hrltlsh golf ers killed In action have occupied most of thn fipaco In Its columiiH. The programme of tho New York Golf Club'H annunl tournament, In which tho ilmtltl cup Is the principal trophy, hns been Issued. Tho tourney will bo played at Van Cortlnndt Park on Wednesday, Thursday nnd Friday, August 18, 19 nnd 20, tho same week In which tho annual tourneys of thn National Golf LitikH und thn Stockbrldge Golf Club will Im played. All amateur golfers who nre bona fldo residents of New York city are eligible to play In thn New York Golf Club'it toiirnoy. niitrlcs should bo sent to Harry K. Hack, 24 Walker street, New York city, not later than Monday, Au gunt IK, Knch entry must contain a statement of tho legal resldenro of thn entrant. Members of tho Women's Metrnpolt tan Golf Association will play at thn Spring Lake Golf and Country (: uh on Friday of this week, and another ono day tournament for tho women golfers hns Just been announced. It will bo held at tho Fox Hills Golf Club on Tuesday, October 19, and will consist of the usual olghteen hole handicap and Koveral less Important competitions. Doth at Spring Lake and Fox Hills a number of prizes havo been offered, and I both tourney should attract good field, Itcst in Mnrblchcnd Hnrbor After Their Week of Fog and Storms. ARE WEARY BUT CONTENT MAnnt.EltKAD, Mass , Aug. 8. The yachtsmen who have been taking part In tho cruise of the New York Yniht Club hud a well earned rest to-day. Somo of tho stcnmeri nnd motor craft left the harbor fur a short run outside, but tho majority of the vessels remained at anchor and dressed ship at coluis. Tho picture was a pretty ono nnd thou sands or visitors c.imu from till points to se tho yachts. It wns tho first time that the cup yachts Itesoluto and Vanltlo have l-en north of the Capo and they naturally attracted much nttentlon from Iwth ex pert nnd novice. It wns particularly gratifying to those on the Jlesolutc thnt she should have led tho fleet In yester day becauso this Is the homo port of Charles Francis Adams, her helmsman, ami this In a measure wiped out the sting of tho defeat of Friday when the Vnnltle led Into Huzzards Hay wheie Manager Holet-t W. Hmmons 2d and John Parkinson, ono of the after guard, make their summer homes and do most of their yacht racing. This Is tho home of the small yachts and hundreds of the mosquito fleet, sail nnd power, sailed In nnd out and around tho big yachts all day. The cruise s far hns been a trying one for all. For n week the yachts men have had storm, rain, fog mid strong winds. When many of them left Oyster Hay a wee kngo In the Pea wanhuka fleet tho wind wns light from tho east. Tho next day for the rac to New Ixmdon tho light easterly wind continued and many of thn lato finishes wero In a heavy ramsqunll. The next day the New York Yacht Club fleet proceeded to 'Newport 'n a strong caster nnd rough sei arid the race will be talked nbout for many years as ono of the hardest ever sailed. The storm Increased to a whole gale of wind on Wednesday nnd thn Astor cup races were postponed. They wero sulW on Thursday in n nortneastcriy wind. On Friday tho wind wns again strong nnd there was fog nnd rain and this lasted until yesterday after noon, when the sun shone for a few hours and the wind went southeast. This morning It was south and warm, but In tho afternoon tho northeaster camo back and there was fog outside. In spite of all this depressing weather tho yachtsmen have not lost their en thusiasm nnd only wish for light winds and warm weather. This keeping up ot spirits Is due largely to CommoJoie George F. Hakcr. Jr.. wno never n"os heart, takes defeat as gracefully ns ho takes victory, nnd who Is one of thn most popular commodores the club has had. He worked hard to mako the cruise n succos this year, and succeeded In getting together a fleet larger in aggregate tonnage than ever wai gathered before. He planned nnd car ried Into execution tho trip through the Cape Cod Canal nnd ho had nrranncd for nil sorts of novel entertainments, which the weather has upset. Next to the big s'.erm the most talked of featuro Is the success of the SO footer Pamurl. owned by William Hurl Dodge. .o far the worst that yaoht has been Is second, nnd six prizes have len added to her trophy loi-ker. Thero aro five more that sho may nn nex In tho next three days. Including the King's cup, to bo sailed for next Wednesday. To-morrow morning the yachts will go to Gloucester by way of Host on light eisel. On Tuesday they will race back hero nnd to mako tho course longer will go to thn Capo Ann whistle buoy nnd HoMon light veswl. Th Vico-Commo-dore's cups are to-morrow's attractions and tho Henr Commodore's cu will Iw railed for on Tutfcday. Tho Queen Mab. winner of thn Astor cup for Hchooners, won thn Commodore's cup In thn tecond division yesterday and tho U'na, Ogilen Mills Keld's thirty footer, won In the second division of sloops. W 12. Iselln's schooner Kn chatitress so far has won two prizes, the Navy Challenge and tho .Uutiml I' .. N. Challenge cups. In claes D 12. Walter Clark's Irolltn has won the Com modore's cup and two class prizes. Hear Commodore Harold Vimilerbllt s Vagrant has won one first, llcudon Chubb's Queen Mali has won two firsts In Clacs F, as well as thp Astor cup. The Hfsolute has won threo firsts and the Vanltlo one. In the fifty foot class of sloops the Samurl has won the Ator. Navy Chnllengo and Commodore's cups, two firsts In her class and n second Harry' Payne Whitney's Hirbara won the Alumni Association F. S. N. Chal lenge cup nnd one class first. Vice Commodore J. P. Morgan's Grayling Is credited with two seconds, and tho Iro quois, Spartan and Carolina hao won a third prize each Thero Is much talk of a new class of forty footers .for next yenr. These boats will bo similar In model to thn Comet, owned by Cornelius Vambrbllt. which was built by HerreshoiT. Three of tliefo boats were built last year. They am short end d und high sided, being of thn raised deck typo, havo plenty of beam and moderate sail spreads. They will makn an Ideal cruising diss. Their building will depend on business this fall and lhei war. Among those interested are W. Hutler Duncan, Gynrgn II- Pyn chon, Johnston Do Forest, Georgn 12 Hnoacwlt, Addison J. Ilanati, Stuyves- , nit Wainwrlglit, W. II. Clulds, the, Mu-iks brnthcis, W. A Harstow nnd W 11. iridic Henry. The promoters want a class of tw nty yachts. Commodore James It. Ford is the only yachtsman of the real old school left. He came ashore this afternoon in a ' four oated gig, Tho motor launch h.n , supplanted tho gig with Ills fellow I yachtsmen, Thn Hoop-La, Harold Wns son's high speed cruiser, has m.nlo the runn from harbor to hnrbor In six hours nnd twenty minutes. The total distance for, tire three runs is noout i:.ri nines, so she' has averaged better than twenty knots fast time considering tho rough seas sho has mot. Tennis In llenin nt llrls.li ton. Rntrlen for tho tennis tourn iment which stn.rt at the Hrlethtnii Heaeh pull He tetmlH court to-duy have Ihomi re eelvrd from every rluh In the city. I'"nrly rariuet wlelders will utart In the men's Hlnclrt) and a Unit half hh many In the women's nliiKlen. Thn event li.is been railed a sunset tourney lie.iviusn all of tho first nnd strond round tii.iti'hen nre to Im plnyed Into In the nftenuHm On the name principle, must of the tnuriiu metits held tound nhout nilKlit ho called nioonrlse tourneys heeause ninit of thn matches have ntnrted early In the evrnlnB. Three Oakland (inlfrrs Tie. Morton O. IloKiie, S, H. Thome nnd nonlnii (Inrdon tied In 11 li.'tiiillr.ip nt the Onklnnil tlolf ('lull yesterday, each re turtilrif: a net score of 7G. The le.uiin,. seures follow . Morton (J. Uouue, US -U, ri. H. Tliorne. 8tl 11, Ciordon (lotdon,. 90 20, 7.1 : llenrj- 1,. lloifert. DS 17, "fi; Dr. V S. Hroiiii, Sn' 9, 77. 11, M. Popham. 92 14, 78, J. p. Kir win, S 1!, II; Clarence R, Dean, 106 29, IS. METROPOLITAN LINE Steamships Mnsnrtitiet Is snd Hunker Hill leme I'Iit 1R, N. II, foot of Murray fUreet. elery tlsv nt fl no P, M. Ksnie service reluming Duo HoVon nhnul h A. M I nsuni.issivl facilities for expeditious liandlliiit of Automobiles. Morses and I'relsUt hiprv-s ,ierlre. Main Deck Dining Rooms Excellent Services Tare, l.oo. Inside llnoms with F.lerlrle Fans, SI. Outside llnoins, 3. To PORTLAND MAINE STEAMSHIP LINE Steamship MlttTII I.AM) and NOItlll SIT A It Ivn. Pier 111. N. It, fisil arrrn Ml .. Tuesday, Thursday nnd Saturday. .1 P. M : also .Mimdar, III .10 A M A ilillKhtriil aiKi-.Mlle y.llour Trip to Portland, the CITV lll'.Al'-TII'I'I, Tickets and Informitlnn at Piers, also all Tourist and New York Transfer Co. Dltlres, or address Passctnrer Trafllc Department, Pier P.I, N. !(.. JShw York. Weekdays and MumUr. Lss. Uattrry U:IS, West 23d til. W.45. Vontiers 10'fl A. M. PANCINti. ltl'.:t'I.AIt IIIN.NP.R. Oo. Str.'MARY POWELL" Ztf&ZSi HI. IO.su, W. istttth ft. 10:40 A. M. (Sun ilijs and Holidays, Str. "NKW IICIKIII") Hound Trip Dally, floe. Children. 25s. Hiindays A Holidays. 7.1r. Children, AOn. MrAI.I.ISI KIt HI HT CO. Tel. llmad 032. Jt Marr Punell Hlh't Co. Tel Hpslait 4141. FALL RIVER LINE TO BOSTON $4.00 l.. PIKtt 14. N. It., ft. Pulton St., Dally Ciao P M M usle. I'nuldenie l.lnet Ptrs. I.T. Pier 14, N rt. l'uliuii Mt., week da)s only, u.on P M New London fXnrwIrh) Line, st New tondini iA Pier 40. N It., ft, Houston Mt tick das only, fl at) P. M.; Pier 7U, K. It . ft. K- -'2d M . n.uu P M. .N.'M lleilfiinl line! Sirs. I.v, Pier 40, N. It . ft Houston street, week days only, at 0 00 I M CONEY ISLAND ROCK AW AY BEACH Sirs. Itiiseslale A Clnilirtii today leave West !.: ft 3 0. West :j M, J0;K. llatlerv. 111 (5, ' 'nev 1st., b. Ho ka'Aav, t. Pxeurson tl kets. Doe Sight -Seeing Yachts l.se. llattery Pier 10.30. 2 Jli. Trl.Uroad AIM, III SAM) V IHIUkmiUthrOCIlA.N lilUl-.U. TO NOUTII JHItSKY COAST ItEPOIlTf. Snndy HiMik IConto .Sew Jersey L'i'lilral. i:t t itsio.ss. A DAVS PLEASURE HARD COAL-NO SMOKE Atlantic City $2.50 NEXT WEDNESDAY X.T. W. 2J.1 St., 7.S0; Llbcrtr St.. 8.00 m. Lt. Jjckion Art , J-ney CPy. 8.17 am. Lv. Bund St., t;esMik,7.M m, via New Jersey Central SP MM 111 ItlXlllTS. XKW .lt:its;v. Why Not Commute from Netherwood ? llOTri. NTTIIKKWOOD VnAff r..'w iimnacpm',n Oiien all ar Tflrphoti" mt n't1 nd prlvftt" b.tth in o li rtxnu l'.in-lr; cwr rvtnlni; in j tu Hull linn tn We .. irr to priitt f.iti i Ip anl Kii' p.irtlr .n m.itn uinrAitntn in. I t f I'rln ni .inv ! ! $1 Ilnnr witli mifl' cr. gSiiudnr from 11 1 M In nuiln Din ItiK lloom i,iitlnt J.'y ArrUn up jia-s p ire pr nn n.iter Itat h l? nn. up. AmiTlf-an p!n .1 mtmitcn walk frotri Svherw uml 2t ntton N .1 ' It. H. 9 j trln- ilut v 4mmui.itfon J" 60 hVAY .ir.KSKY spring Lkt BmcIl THE NEW ESSEX AND SUSSEX Hotel and Colludes, I)PII:i"TI V (IV tiii: OPIIAN spitiMi i, am: ni: t ii, .v, j. Tin le Luxe Hntl tr tip AM.naMr Cosst. Hot nn I rnid Se ..ter In Ilathrootns. DAMII II. Pl.I'MLIt, Mummer. HKIV JKIP5KY Atlaatle nty. tilt UADIMi KtSOHT IIOTtl Of THE WCRIB ATLANTIC CITV, N. 3. OWHCSlHIe HtStdlMrsT JOSIAH WHITE A ftONS COMPANY TRAYMOREv unuuir ruirrtiutir iumiht iiiitvl A Bold Original Crastiort ithtl.s l.sl I'ol. r f Jitlslillf His Wj NUIIMAMINI C.HUt tuc i noiiuc st. Charles Place and nt hunnint Peach. resh bint .ei nrtrr Ixtllis. ruiinliii; Mater In rtnim. ilevi.t.ir etiii.'rlur ialli), t'nai'ti hi trains. A I. WAij NKIl, I'ropr. W. 11. LAU)N, ilk-r NKtV .IF.ItSK.Y Aslmry Park. HOTEL Whole ricjuare. On Ocean and Lake. All oulsldn rooms. ams M ass American .mil Klirnnean ntsn. U A 11 lleadiiuarters fur auto tourUts, r laiMfcisl ('.ipicity .100, apicity J, KKI.HKY, Owner A- Prop, I'l-NN.SVI.VA.NIA -Mount I'ueano. MOUNT PLEASANT HOUSE Mount I'm nun. Penna, Paterlnt; to a illentele who npprrilati the best, l'rlvale lialhs, Tree Karaite, open all )rar. LltiratuiK on request. ii. b. A II. M I.LI'.llII. AUTOMOBILE EXCHANGE AUKLMOIIII.il MlUTI.ll. .. -nP.4IIINIi.S- Ntw Departure KerWi'o Mu. I'lio (iwlllUui On. 213 W. e Hi. lit u:wy). Tel. oJitf Udlutobiu. I Str. "HIGHLANDER" 4ft.rgilffriirali aO East of Boston Tiirtiliu-drlveii stirl steamships from llnstnti to llwnr ami IVtiohsrnt llav und Itllrr Points; also to Portland and HI John, N II Fifteen Md-atmhlp Lilies. eoiinei tliiK New ork and llnstnn with I Im prltr'lpal iltlra and Hummer resorts alimn llm enasi and In tho In terior or .Maine, New llriinsnlck nud Nolo Sent ,i Miw tork ai.iiant iuov a Ml th Milt I II. . Dally. Including Sunday. Capital c ity Line Pier 3j. N. It.,' foot Canal Ht.. J:.lu I1. M.. V. 32, St., MM P. M. Iae Troy oiOU ., m Albany Minor. M. rare! I.XI. .., ,. New Mght Ftpresa Pier ;":nfl".; :K) P. M.. Wtl i:d '".Vi.',2?i. m Leave Troy (eicept Hundajl U.UO I . M.. Alhany. dally. Includln HuntUr. II.M P.M. Karo2one T4J,B0Hi?llliV Teoplo's Lino l'ler 2. N. It.. :"" M. v i.l'i.i mi m'to r. M. Ieave Aioany. i:! ,v y,lr r.r. t2.ou ono riy. IJ 60 round trip. Sunday mornlna; heat for Newimrnti. Point and Al hany leaves l'ler :i2. N. It., til.Hi A. M.. V. lU2d t.. lOltsI A. M. Leaver Al hany. 10:0(1 A. M. Tel. Sprlnu 0400 day or night. Largest ICIrar Klranislilps In Ilie uurld. S. S. "MANDALAY" Moonlight Sail Up-lhe-Hudson Fll'-Jr. BROADWAY STARS and CELEBRITIES Tueil.i. Thursday and SuuU iv Nlchta. 'Illr-di Ltetllliu, AUL'. Ill, .MISS 4.11 Vt t'l.X It PL. l'.imous .Musical Cntneilv st.ir Le.tvlnR lultery 7 ill p M Wesi l'tlst St S 'l'l P. M. II4NCINU i iti.i:. S.S." 41Id-.,," W'eeltdays and Sund trs To ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS New Itoute to Jersey Coast Itesorts. 25Cts. 1 iae.1. Ha. l.a. . l.usi si . naiti a. .m. " Hattery Pu r ID 'ID A M. " Atlantic II kill's A P. M. i.ut h Way. Itrt. to llattery only 7 P. M. EXTRA TRIP z Saturday Afternoons Uatc llattery 2 P. M. Tels. Pier. Morn. 43'0. ilrnad 1711-32(13. 3rnmJ$t0atttboat Cte IILI'.P SKA riSIIIMi S I II. "I Al'ltl s." Dally at M. from Pier 1. N. It . ONLY. SPECIAL NOTICE NO LANDING AT W. 23D ST. Patrons are enutloned th.il the IIM.V tliket ulflce cT the lltOV Ml MIIOtr '(. at HI'.M' 1 -: I MIILI.r Is on Hie lltlHMllN Mill, of link Iron steAiiiltii.tt- to C iiite) Island and Str. "(iraud ItepiililU" tu ltnek.mn Itearti, li'itn . I '.:m Ii st. anil Pier I, X. It. Full Time Tabli's nre on INSIIII' of liacU imernf Telephone I llnt'torles Tel. Itrrtor enl TACHT CLIFTON 7e V SICHT SEEINC i O AROUND Lts notH' 42dM.Trl.Uryant3S.31 MANHATTAN ISLE fcU 4 fa. Mt. adOL Tho public ha pleas. BOSTON $2.80 Via Heat and Hall, It O UN 1 1 1KIP 1.1.40. PROVIDENCE i',Ct $1.75 KIIL'.MI 1U1P ti.ao. Colonial Line I'lrst-class tervliv. raterlni; to tho liest nenplii. )Wk iU)s and Sundays ut ; .IU P. .Nf. from l'ler . i, ,V It . fu.il it II iiiston St. 411 On ( slate idioms, st.iai to b.'.ini. Wireless liilpuirnt. Uptoun ottlev, liroad y and 23d bl. i'limiu .-priiK UIUI. "ThoWor.d9Pra e uroundft" iLfBi r.i.e nihifip in p uivnr i " tt2 "IMt i.rtplt -lnti ml tlPf ii tlaiclke ti n nrr in4 t ll cttlridiQitrk Klln He t i Ur.r'iTf H-iry Mrimriiitit fVaMfrtf ml. II." A M..MU I'M'. T .t aitti I 1 nt If 'll Hound Trip &Oc sla Itoal end 'Irnllev S'LV.V VVorrestrr.f J.irfi: I'rui l(lriiecitlrcct.t..M s i Al i.ittxiMs, si. no, si ..-,o and :.. .ills , ImdiidliiL' Siindat, Ai.tn P. M. From Pier pi, P II 'I'liulie JVtH) lleiknian, I'lty 'l li ki t ottlie. Sim HriMd..iy, N. V. llpiunn Tlrkit tilllee, ll'way and S3d HU Virile tor IMintrateii folder. III ll-IIN lilt I II 11 1 Ml. II I MANHATTAN LINE $1.00 TO ALBANY lllnllii; Itoiiln M'rtlie n la ( arte. I 1 1 II 1)1 1. 1 1 I l lil' I S AMI II tl.li KiiV. III.) hi I) III Si I I'lllN M. 4llliis snd llnrsrs ,it l int Itatcl. Mestners Ia il.uly Pur ;u, Nnrtli lllvir li.i.l iiesl lloustnn i ' .111 p M ii'esf l.ll Si . 0 I l 'I'rtetiiiinie U'J2'I Sprlnit 'CASTllTOV'FAREI OCtS. 11l1111111l1lles I nrtlrdi cap.ullv .111 ears. IhM (Mine tor ill Jersey l oa-'t Ue.iri 1 M..HII It iihln 1 vs.Ailanth imid&tiU ballot lietl tiit-nulh 11 4."i A ,l ,', I' M Perry in M J I'M Ti I. Ilrnid I7u or :t.'i, I. Ptski-iwer eaivielty Is llmlleil In I IM) DAILY AMI M'.MIAT lltll'S II) I nterstate Park Land ings lAI.IIM. 'I Hi: l'il.s)l si. Mil. kl.M.nlO.N Leaves ii' IV'itll ft. al to i M .i fi I M I niel.ii ts. Hmiiiil If In -I OI'ltH. I'irt 1 I ivt Th k. ' MM lllllt III (Mil OH MA nnd re' iii'n. ehui Uhiimi n.nr ..I'll ;ui I'll VMt TOI lllsT I II. ,1)d Ilrn.idw.iy New i ink TI 1 1 T' 1111,1.11 TiaveI" Free. hO-p.itfi ln:,kiel tiunillier Tour, and I'rulsin. jlrjl.-i. KWn:),N.y, Up the Hudson Bv Daylight All Herilre lullr Kteepl Hundny. UlrectItall Connections to all points In the Catskllls, Haratima, the Adlron. larks, the Wist and North. All through rail tickets between New York snd Albany reepted. Musle. ltestaurant. Ileslirosses SI.. R:4il A. M.: V. 42d St.. 0 A. M.i W. P.'uih St., u:2ii A. M.: Yon kers, ii'4fl A. M : lanilinc at West I'olot, Newburih, PoiiKlikecpslr. Mnsstou Point. Catsklll. Hudson and Albany. Also Drstirnsies t n.411: W. 42d St.. 10; v. IJUtli St., 111.20; Yoiikers, It) .Ml A M for Heir Mountain, WeM point, Cornwall, Newburuli and Pnimhkeepsln. One lis) Outturn In roiiuhkrciisle,.eis. iMirsli, Meat Point or Hear Mountain. Afternoon Boat for Pear Mountain, West Pntnl. Nsw. ii'irsn. Poimlikecpsle. Klncstnti and way landing, leave. Dcsbrnssos HU, 1:45 P. V 4M 2 P. M J W. I2l)th St.. 2 20 P. M.; Yonkers. 2:4 P. M. Dally Jirept Sunday. Ideal outings to Dear .Mountain and West Point. rtturnlD bf Str. "ItOIII'lt r PULTON.1' rHudsonT River fay iiine Deahrossri tit. Pier. Tel. 4141 Spring, N. Y. HARTFORD LINE rrom New Pier 20. Past lit er, foot nt Port Sllp.dally eicept Sunday, at fl P.M. for Connec. Prut Ulser landings Write for Summer folder. CUNARD Established 1840 EUROPE via LIVERPOOL Orduna . . Sat.. Aug. 2!. 10AM Tuscania . Fri., Aug. 27, 5 PM Saxonia . Sat., Sept. 4.10 AM 'Cameronia . Fri., Sept. 10, 5 PM Orduna . . Sat., Sept. 18, 10 AM Tuscania . Fri.. Sept. 24, 5 PM Saxonia . . Sat.. Oct. 2,10 AM r.v itonr. n tw.asnow. ROUND THE WORLD TOURS Thnititi liunLlncs tn nil prtticlpal ports of tin, timid. COMPANY'S tll TICt:, '.l-'.'l State nt., JsJ.T. FRENCH LINE Comiiaiculr nrnrrnlr i'rnim.itLiiitlauv i'osi ai, M'in n r. Sailings for BORDEAUX ROCHAMBEAU. . . .Aug. 14, 3 P. M. LA TOUKAINE Aug. 21. 3 P. M. ESPAGNE Sept. 4, 3 P. M. CHICAGO Sept. 11,3 P. M. roil INTflltMATION- API'I.V COMPANY'S OFFICE j3,,;,;A American Line AMERICAN STEAMERS Under the American Flag N.Y. Liverpool, Pier G2, N. R., Noon SI. Paul . .Aus. 1 1 New 1 urk . Ann. - White Star Line N.Y. Liicrpool, Pier 60, N. R Nooti Lapland.. .Auk. r.MUItle ... A.ic. n Azores Gibraltar Naples Genoa Cnnnplr August II, ll) A. M. orriCE. UIPii AY.N. V. lel.uoun Itertor. Ol.ll IIDMIMOV UNI:. To all polti'a Suiith nd West Kvery week. Uy S P M., Pier 25, Nurth Liver. Tel. SO0 Pranklln. Tn Callfnrnln Lipuslth,fia-Ke Junislca. Hn.ann. Panama c'.mal en rou,. sr 1 tor tioi.ki l iilted I'nilt I n., IT Pn rv I'lics City Tlcka Oillce, lSSi llro.idway, N. y- ' M1KAMSIHP1II KLTM III but port. tutlrtal Ari nt all lines. ' Hajniond A ii liln iniili .i.,'.':.i .itli Av..N'.T Atlantic, (liilf nnd i Vest Indlen Slrsinshln Lines). l'l" de .Mi .ot W . i I' r', mLU Lines. JJO llruu.lw.i). Nvv V rk 'Itj-. iiritii's nun. tiiipi Low l .ires m ill t'.ilnt. .-.OI'TJI. (in: VNMI.i.ilMIII' l.ll 5D1 in, Av,.N Y. CO TO HKItMI'DA IIVS. H. IIP.IIMXTOI AN"' llookieisyVi-.lli:CS..S.C0,I.id..!I.H way.N'r 1S liar All Kniense Northern Cnil. I0 llo.iklet fr., lte l Or.iss Line. S'i inrk. KritnoiATi;s no nccM. IIOWDOIN. TKMPI.K. In pursuanc. ot an ordsr of IIcnoniHl" .tohn V Cohalan. i Murros'K of th" Cunty of N, york, NuTH I. Is hereby alten tn all persons halnc claims air.ilr,t Tsmpla Powdoln. 1st' nf the County of New York, deceased, to pre-ent the same with vouchers thereof tn ills subs rISed. .it their plnco of trans iui.uk buslnsss, No. 16 Bread Street, In th i'lty of New York, on or before the 1st day ef Ie ember next lUfit New Vork. tlin ! d:iy of May, ISIS. J. PIPHTON'T MiilPIAN. rAVli:l. P KINOSrOHD. Hi. H'Jnn STKTPOV. J HNNINtlH A TllH HEI t Atlornsvs for i:secut3r, II Uroad Btrset, city of New York. RANDS, TAYO. In pursuance of Rri order of Ilonor.ibls John P. t'ohalan. a HuiroK.iie of the County of Nw York. NOl'H'l. Is hereby nlvn t. u.l persona haMtiK i'uiium jKalnst Tj)D han.ls, iate ot the l ountj or New York, dierised, to pre ,cnt me iin,e with vomhers thereof t tne eul ' i ll e-, nt pla e nf traiinirtln bu. 1'iesi. No. 15 liroad street. In the t'I'y of sw nik, on or before, the 4 tit day iif ! ili f Murrh. lull. i!):N l.t VINltevi)- MILL.". Kteiumr P TUTSI )N, J LNN'lNlPI ' .t LfMoPLL. Attorneys for P.leoutor, 15 It run I .-';'t. Uoruuul, of MtDliutun, City of New York. rt'LLi:N. IIAIIIIICT A In pur.mnr. nf an order of lion. John p. r .hi,: n a Hun .Raie of thn County of N Y k N HU H Is hereby then tu all ier.. -,l liev.ni; .'lalm. nnalnst ll.trrle a. n I 1 of the r.inh' of Ne.v Yo'k e - ,.,l' t.l p-e:,. I th ...line Wll. 1 SOU' M'-r t.ie .' x to thn sabsi'i Ihera .it their pUm "f tr'ir-. nri'..(- lijsleera. No. 15 ll'jai, I ' ,uBh of Manhiittan. In tho r-ltv of S.-w Y.-rl.. oti or lufi.-. tils tlri,t .1 ty i.f Ji.. nui l.er 11.1. I'Ki'.l. v.w Y rk tha 7m day .f.M.v l'l Am.1.1: JUiitin y.. i" mux, iilt.tliM ItufirH IS11N. ii'll I AM 11 I LLIfcuN P.iei ilors. PLI.ImiV .V I I I I8n A"..rnevs for Kter..rn . j Pie uturs. 15 llroadnay, Manhattan, City of New York. Pii.iUUJi. M.iltY LDN.i. In pursuan. s of an 01 l r . f llonur.ible John P. 1 .1. ha an, n .irk'ate of the Cou:.ty of S'..w , i' 'Ii, .N'i'1'" I' I- heiebv itlien to al, pr. stit . tun. 1; . . ' t , .iKa.i.st Mart 1. Ii.t I !'. i.itu. ij'" tl Hi" Cuant) of i.il i .1,,, , oe. mei, tn ie iit the sume n'ri I 10 1 In r theienl t th.- ml" rlhers at their I 1 .1 . ut ii 1 111 1. t -. I' m.i. j,i, jn j- 4 I Mi. t In l'l" H'T. .Kb uf .Matih.itt.,i). r 1 ,if S.n i.-ik 1 11 or 1 I'fore the tl',t d , of u.'ob'-r next D Uf d. ,,w y. 1 o 17tl .In. of M .r h t J 1 .1 It iM'ltl ll , P11MI.11Y. IIKMIV K POMItOY. t:i". 11. tors - iTTi 111. 1.1. CA'.'PIKI.Ii It ST'IMI. iltiirneis f.r I'vi'Utors. 4J ii'a 1 'ireet, 1 Uuri"u:h of M.iuhiittun. Nsw Y'ork City, II iii luilV. .H'l.l.i lUVINO ll!llNNi:i I j o ii 11 r 1 .'11H..H1. .1 r innirnte of the 1'ounty ill Si w ink. Si ll Ii K l III sebi k'ten o ,nl tierMi'is h ii'lui; ililms hkhIi s' Julia I'tl'.R III In tie-1 1 11 'U lclli. Lite of the t'ounty I of S.ii York de. eased, to peint Mis lunu' Willi loiji'heis thereof tt the mjb- t ' el ' ' til"!' j. 1 1 1 , ... , i ' . K 1, ,y I,.- S'.i ". pi 1 I .reel, n the City nt t Vi-w ink oil ii l.ef .re Ihe 1st ilty of Ds. I ictiiii r lie-' I hi I Sew York the ii , ' ' M 19 riHTM tl Itownniv. Dtspt p KlNOxpniiD. Ixe'Utors. FT 1 T."OS' JKNS'lSiiH Hl'SSULI.. At. I tornevs for Psecutors, 15 Ureail Utriit, City of New York.