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THE SUN, TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1916.
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MOHANSIC BOARD IS
NAMED IX NEW BILL
McMorc Ts Political Mnkosliift
and Will Not Suit N. Y.
Clly, Says Wnner.
UK A I) Y !'() SEW A OK FIGHT
CUT ASKED IN PAY
OF N. Y. EMPLOYEES
MAYOR SEES PLOT
IN GARBAGE FUSS
IVIrss Titles, Too Many
Workers. CivU Service In
quiry Report Shows.
riiAX to save 2,000,000
Am.ast, Miireh 17. A enmmlaton
vested dh power to make a thorough
llu tidiKiitloti of the onuses of Now
York cIi.v'h complnlnl ngalnpt the con
tinuance of uorlt on tlic .Mohaii.il! Slate
llorILil itml Die Vorktotvn Heights
TrulnliiK School for tlo.VK, to eelict new
f.ltf.1 for these Institution If Mich a
i!nii It itdvl.siiblv unit to determine,
whither In tin- eient of their iilundon-
incut llu' city of Now Yoik untild be
tiinlrr obllR.itlnns to the Stitte Is I'm
vldnl fur under tin- terms of u Mil In
trudtlrcil to-nlitht by Senator Kloii It.
Wroiin. majority louder of the Senate.
The Introiluellon of this bill Is the out
come of the limitation by Mayor Mltehcl
to compel the removal of lhe.se Institu
tions from the, Croton watershed, whero
there Is danger. New York city contends,
of contamination of the elty's water sup
ply from hpwtiRp. flov. Whitman favors
the abandonment of these Institutions.
Up to the present time the State hits
expended more thuli Jl.30CI.n00 upon
them. They were fhst aUKKesled by
New York city to relics o the over
crowded conditions In the InstltutlotiH
on Ward's and Itandnll's Islands.
Senator Robert K. Wagner, minority
sadr, (aid :
TSils bill will not be acceptable to
New York city. Its Introduction la tin
attempt to appease the clllzeim of New
York city and to satisfy Hie Westchester
county Republican organization, which
Insists that legislation Intended to pro
vide for the abandonment of these In
stitution shall not pass. I liiflst with
other leRlslutoTS wlio have the Inter
ruts of the city nt heart that political
expediency vhall not stand In the way
X the itooil health of Its residents."
3, n, P. t.endera fict TVarnlnir,
Representatives of the Merchants As
sociation t-ald to-nlKht tJiat Ilrooklyn
Republican leaders had notified the legis
lative Republican leaders that many
Republican votes would be lost in New
Tork city If the Leclslaturo did not
recoitntito the city's position on tho Mo
hanslc nuentlou.
Assemblyman Iiw, Republican, of
Westchester, also Introduced the Urown
ttlll In the lower branch of the J,eclR-
lature to-night It creates a commis
sion of three members, one to be ap
pointed by the (Jovcrnor, one by the
temporary president of the Senate and
'iie by tho Speaker of th Assembly, to
Investigate what disposition should lie
made of the sites at Yorklown for the
tate hospital and the training school,
whether the sites arc available for other
Ft ate purposes, whether they are avail
able for any purpose by New York city
and whether If abandoned by the State
New York city Is under any pecuniary
obligation.
rending action by the Legislature no
xpcndltures are to be made for con
struction and no Inmates are to be com
mitted to either Institution. The coin
mission shall velct anil nrqulro a site
for a new State hospital within a reason
able distance of New York city, but not
ttpon any municipal watershed. The new
He is not to cost more than ttO.nnn,
The members of the commission shall
serve without compensation, but nro to
act necessary expense and may employ
clerical assistants. An appropriation of
IS. OKI) Is made for expeii-cn. The bill as
Bt first prepared empowered the commis
sion to determine whether or not the
Sites should be abandoned, hut at the In
stance of the Merchants Association it
ws changed to provlle that a new site
Should be M'lccteil for these Institutions
nml that the commission should deter
mine what dippo-ltloii should be made of
li- present site.
At.tiANT, .March 27. Waste and In
efficiency result from the r, eetit Tlvll
servlco estcm. necordlm; to tho Senate
t'lill Service t ommlssloti, which ren
dered Its tlrst report to-night, suggest
ing economies which would bring a
saving of nt least 2,f)on,O0O, the com
mlttee believes. Here rn omo of the
conditions set forth:
Irregularity In rates of pay, with
large overpayments ; multiplicity of ficti
tious and unnecessary titles, luadciUate
and lneuullnble methods of advancement
and promotion, unnecessary duplicates
of work, Inch of proper qualifications
and preliminary training of employees,
lack of standards to control output of
employees and lack of "esprit de
corps."
To remedy evils of tho present system
of employment control a bill wis In
troduced to-nlglit cnrryJiiK out recom
mendallnns of the committee for a eye
tern of standards and regulation. This
bill provides new salary and grade
standards. It recommends that efficient
employees who now are overpaid Be Pf0
tected to the extent of 1 per cent, of
the maximum rate to which they would
be entitled under sound standarils. Pro
poml Is made that the finance Com
mittee use the committee's flndlngM
with respect to the reduction of unnecea
sary forces and that proposed titles be
applied nt once to existing positions.
The bill does not affect the salaries of
present employees, as the committee be
lieves that the readjustment of rates
of pay on the proposed basis should be
made the subject of legislative action
Tlie teport says that on official ap
pralsul made by the committees exam
Iners established that State employees
are overpaid 3xM00 wrM that the tin
ilerji.iyment amounts to 180.000. It says
that J500.000 may be Immediately saved
by the elimination of unnecessary iosl
tlone without retarding the State's work,
In 1911 the average salary for em
Ployees In the administrative depart
menus was J1.473 and In 191.1 $1,84,
an average Increase of 3"J, says tho re
port. The committee adds that there are 950
useless mvl misleading titles. These
have been created as an excuse for es
tablishing unnecrsary service or ficti
tious rates of pay, the repot t sets forth.
Fells Harvard Club Special
Interests Try to Block
City's Finn p.
Mrs. Hurd and Mrs. Barlow Win Their Matches at Pinehurst
TWO FAVORITES WIN
ON PINEHURST LINKS
IS DETERMINED TO EIGHT
Mrs. Hurd Gains Easy Victory,
but Mrs. Harlow Has to
Work Her Hardest.
PRICE OF FURS TO BE
HIGHER NEXT SEASON
Fifty Per Cent. Increase Indi
cnted In Demand for
Dress Trimmings.
Mayor Mltehcl, who was the guest
last night of tho Harvard ('lub, where he
was Invited to discuss his city adminis
tration, charged certain special Intctcsts
with attempting to block every effort
on tho part of the city to accomplish
the economic, scientific and healthful
disposition of Its garbage.
'I do not nronoso that tins city snail
he thrott ctl by any clluuo ur contract
ors. said the Mayor with fervor. "If
Ihcro Is any means or preventing tnem
from holding un tho clly. oven to taking
the gurbagc out to sea and dumping It
there. It will be tried,"
TJie defeat of the Hiker's Island pi.in
of gaibago disposal, he said, was a lost
omiortuu tv for the city to own us
Plant and reap the benellts to
derived from It. "This was accom
plished," he continued, "by the acceler
ated public opinion of The Hronx op
posed to It because of the belief that
it would be a nuisance, which would
not have been the case. The acceler
ated nubile onlnlon was created In the
Interest of the present contractors, who
havo 51.000.000 a year pront at sxaac.
These special Interests have delayed ac
tion in the matter or garnage tnt-posai
plans by every obstruction legal and
otherwise In the hope that the city
would be forced to lenew the Irksome
contract which expires on January 1,
1917. because thern would be no time
left to build a new plant.
"Tho present garbage d.sposal plant
constitutes an atrocious public nuisance
and Is besides unsclcntlllc and un
healthy. Yet every obstacle Is thrown
In tho ay of the city making any ad
vance In the matter of the odorless, sci
entific and profitable disposition of Its
garbage."
The Maor illgiessed from hl subject
of the city administration, he said, at
tho request of Joseph Oioatc, who was
a guest with him, to discuss national
preparedness for defence. The Mayor's
ttleii for universal male mtlltaiy -er-
vice as the only d'-mooratle solution
of the problem of national defence mrt
with an enthtHastlo reception from the
mcmlwr.M of the Itariard I'luh.
Returning to clt problems the Mayor
said "An organized campaign of mis
representation has lecn waged :igalnt
tlie Investigation of the private IliMltu
tlons to which publlo chaiKes lone
been committed for the purpose of tP.
crediting the Department of Charities
liecatis It cares more nlout the condi
tion of Its charges than about special
Interests which would not bear Investi
gation. We haxo been threatened by
owerful Interests that havo tried to
Intimidate the city administration into
stopping the Investigation, although our
only purpose Is to raise the standarils
for' the care of fhe deiwudents. The In
quiry was not alined at any particular
Institution or religious faith, but at
every Institution which falls below the
standard, and what is more It Is solus
on to the end."
PLAY EACH OTHER TO-DAY
KEEPING ABREAST OF
THE SPORTING TREND
Pi.vniL'nsT, N, C, March. 27. One
match round wan ulaved by all eight dl
visions In tho annual North and South
championship for women on No. 2 course
to-day. In the first eight the favorites.
Mrs. J, V. Hurd, ('Ittsburg C. C and
Mrs. H, II. Harlow, Merlon Cricket, both
won and will meet In the seml-Ilnal to
morrow. This match shouldMecldo the
winner of the tournament.
Mrs. Harlow had hard work beating
Mrs. (leorge Roope to-day. They were
out In 43 each and were all even at
the turn. Tliey alternated winning and
be I losing up t" the sixteenth tee, where
they were all sqtme again. Two per
fect shots on the sixteenth. 3S7 yards In
length, left Mrs. Harlow with a putt for
a 3, and she easily won the hole. A par
.1 on the seventeenth ended the (natch,
Mrs. Harlow winning, 2 and 1.
Mrs. Ilunl had a much easier match
with Miss Prlsellla Heall. The formet
champion was out In 41, with one stymie,
having one putt only on six greciw and
was 7 up. She ended tin- match on the
eleventh green, winning by S and 7.
Mrs. M J. Seammell, oakmont. who
ae Miss Mary T'ownes, was r former
North and South winner, had n hard
Il Wll.t.tAM It. HAN...
One of tho most far re.irhlng experi
ments In the history of the world Is now
going on. Jim Thorpe Is batting left
handed. Ills object Is to master curve
Imlt hitting, which he couldn't ilu letting
right handed. Jf successful, what will
bo the result? The whole question of
biology will bo Involved, and that Is con
siderable question. Kvery right handed
batter who In weak on curves will shift.
That w-ltl produce a big Increase In the
demand for left handed pitchers to coun
teract tho spread of left handed hat
ters. What follows- Nothing less than
this:
The right arm, through the evolution
resulting from disuse, will disappear
eventually. Just as the appendix and thr
little too are doing. Then we shall have
a race of one nrincd pltehcis nml they
fouthpaws Anil a men of one left
handed pitchers will mean an earth en
tlrely covered with nut.
Walter Kchcrwill rlte that competi
tive athletics fit a mm to meet the world
They do. Such speed as wn shown nt
the A. A. t. Indoor games would be In
valuable In eluding creditors
ls Darcy. the vustralinn pugilist, gets
rid of superfluous flesh, so It Is said,
by shovelling cool at gas plant. If he'd
shovel It In the pas plant he'd get rid of
Just as much flesh, besides seivmg n
more utilitarian purpoe.
'The Yankee's training season," ac
ts as successful as these predecessors,
then serious consideration will liavo to be
given to the question whether the Crim
son's great success In thoso live years
was because the captains camo from
Greater llostun or In splto of It.
:ia games on Api I H it i
il
im.ii f-,,11- of the ('inlr.il ltr.incli Y. M. Ieaii'
Soi K. (' were choeti to serie on the Timlin! ' I'eg metit Anno" V
C and (i. W. l.iittlmoie of the Sm'itt tallies II be 20, 410, .WO ri"rl m.,. n, ?
teulstratlou committee. A th'rd member I
uiil 1... elected at the next meeting.
The constitution as drawn up by the
tneclnt committee im approved.
It was decided to nsk (Sen. tleorge .
Wlngate and I'.irlt Commissioner Inpei
ml of Ilrooklyn to help the league pto
cure training quarters.
The Smart Set A. C. announced that
It would stage a special medley relay
Tho clubs piesent and the i- iepre-1.
tallies were: lng Island A i. 11
Newcomc , Htnok1n A . ue .
man; SI. Aii2Utati A. A. Oon ri . r
Presentation Cluh, AndyWaWli; 1,'ni un.j
House A. A , Jimmy Cliil'l. I! inl A i
Harry Weglier; Smart S I A. (' , iliviiv..
W. ttuttlmnre, and Itnmk'yn rvnti.i' i
M, C. . IMdle Carr The in were ,i
race, closed to
the members of the many "H"i' ''lub m-ml.eis.
Tho Slnnlsilppl Clolf Club Is no more
It Is defunct, gone. The only "Isslppi"
we think of not numbered among tne
extinct la Miss, and It gives promise of
running on for a long time.
On the same day that Mlsi RJurstedt
won the women's Indoor tennis cham
pionship In singl-s and doubles Mrs, J.
V, Hurd beat Mrs. It U. Harlow, former
Rastern women's golf champion, at Pine
hurst for the Silver Foils championship.
Miss HJurstedt came from Norway and
Mrs. Hurd from Great Hrltaln. Cnnslu
crfng which, the American eagle, decid
ing that It wasn't his day to scream,
turned over and went hack to sleep.
John Overton, Intercollegiate rros
country champion and a rplendld runner
generally, travels low to the ground. In
getting close to the fliiMi he Is helped
by getting cloe to nature.
Brakai I hat' I another ptact where th
Hvpmobile engineer wouldn't accept the
cattomary, and they built the brahee over'
tit: Some time during the eeaton you ar
tare to tome to a place where you will have
n warm feeling tor that healthy excet nf
potitive control. Looking down tome hill
yoa wil Iremember theie dry Hupmobilr
ttatittic! A tauare inch of braking turf nee
for every eight pound of weight
1
und nt weight 0
uphill tight with Miss minor Gates of,n,nB , M,lcnn p.,per of March :Mi,
NanHu She was f. down going to the , , 1T.K,tiv ,)U,,
eighth, but won the eighth and ninth 'vi'i,i-. i i i.l i- Inn Irvif
holes and turned only 3 down. She won sn"B ' 'lo P- ' - '"'
four and lost one of the next five holes ... ,. , , ,
and stalled all eien on the eighteenth.!, "alt" 'ohnson I" " eom fete ,n a
Miss dates found the bunker on lierl nm mmi i,.-,,, . ,
third shot and had trouble getting out
fhe llnaby gale up the hole when Mrs.
Sc.iinniell's ball was dead for a five.
The summaries-
tl.e sire of ball he hould In- compelled
to pitch. A baseUill as liiiown b' Walter
Is tho size of a n arid" wln-n it reaches
the batter, und ,i bow ling lull would be
tho size of a ba-ebail.
The favorite winter p.it.'ne of Charles
Nichols, one of the greatest pitchers of
Ills time, was imwllng, and hit arm
lasted a long tunc
HAD TO BE DEVILISH, SAYS BOY
To Vet 1.1, He Telln nf Flolilierles
I'hr Year Ao.
Stamfomi, Conn, March 27 ""I Jut
sjouldn't help It when the ftellng came
ever me, I had lo be devilish. I simply
Purs will be up from 2T- per cent j
to r.O per cent, next season, from inuica
tlons at the eeoond fur auction, which
opened jesterday In the Masonic Tem
ple. Sixth avenue and Twenty-fourth
street. The sale will continue all this
week. About twice as many skins will
bo disposed of as at the January sale
and more than $1,500,000 will bo spent.
The demand for fur trimmings on
women's dresees Is partly responsible
for the higher prices.
Heaver skins cstcrday were up I A
per cent oier January. cros fox In
creased 50 per cent. : red and gray fox,
otter. Ilher skins and others had risen
proportionately There were about fi00
buyers representing the manufacturers
from this country and abroad when the
auction opened at ift o'clock with mi
offering of sixty-six beaver skins that
were knocked down to G, Gaudlg
Ilium.
To-day 102,000 mole eklns and I,000
raccoon skins will be sold, also 234
leopards and Mini- nutria and angora
u1.l,iu fillip of the furs to be auctioned
1 Ills i ..ff rttirloL this sale ure tiffer. ti-tl.'ir.
couldn't resist the temptation.
was the explanation gli en by John Ruck- pHther. monkey, wolf. Unx, bear, polar
limit, who will be 1." .icars old on April
J, when h" confessed at polloo head
quarters here to-day that he had robbed
the Htltumi r home of William M Ray
mond In Newlleld avenuo and returned
atolen property valued at $50, He said
he entered the house thne times In
March and that he helped In two other
burglaries In Newlleld about five years
MO.
The noy was arresttd after footprints
hi the snow led Detective Hcffernan to
trie house, near tin Raymond place. His
rubber overshoes fitted the footprints. He
ta a big boy for his years. He In a
aophoniore In the Stamford High School
and lie rank high In scholarship. He
has taken prl::cs there.
bear, wildcat, bouse cat, ermine, lamb,
chinchilla, opossum, hyena.' puma, Jackal,
deer, goat and squirrel, The goods are
on show at the warehouse of the New
York Kur Auction Sales Corporation,
4S Great Jones street
STATE POLICE BILL FAVORED.
"INSPECTORS" CALLED THIEVES. ;
Vwa Arrested After Attacking
Woman In Flat.
Two men were arrested yesterday and
charged with burglary after they hail
obtained admission in the guise of gas
Inspectors to a flat nt 422 liist Seventy
second utreet, occupied by Mrs, Rose
Maran. They attacked Mrs, Maran, but
she kicked and screamed and caused
them to flee to the roof.
There they mere captured by Patrol
man Crutty nml taken to the Kant Sixty
aevcnlh hired station house. They gave
the names of Henry Meyer. 4tS Knst
Peventy-elghtli Mreet, and William
llolup, 1441 Avenue A. Hoth men wore
gat company badges In their hats.
SAYS T,EACHERSTABBED HIM.
POLICEMAN FIGHTS FOR LIFE,
Attacked in Dark With Ttasor by
Ilia Wife's I'liplr.
When Paul tiermer, a policeman, ec
compaiileil by tils wife, reached tins ec
ond Hour of the apartment Iioumi nt iiC7
Kiutt lilllil sttcrt, on their return from
the theatie last night, William Orr,
Mrs. Szenner's uncle, leaped out of the
daikucs and attacked him with a razor.
The two men fought down the Htnlrn
nn1 into ttin Httept before the milleetituii
Schoolboy seeks Arrest nf Aliened . v.Tonehed the lazor from Orr's grasp.
selator Wlelder. i Meanwhile, Ills wife inshi ,1 Into their
. , , , I apartment and (lied neieral revolver
Thomas .Sheridan, a fourteen-year-ol, ,,, of , wln,,0Wi ntlr,tB i.
BCl.ooll.oy of UMi Second avenue applied,.,,.,.,... .J,.lll i .. u'hen Orr was
Merchant io to Albany To-day to
Mapport Measarp.
delegation from tho Chamber of
Commerce, the Merchants Association
and from the American Game Prntectlic
Association will go to Albany this mom
Ing to support the Horton-Wells bill for
a State constabulary when 11 comes up
for hearing tills afternoon before the
Senate Kinance Committee and the As
UMiiblc Committee on Ways and Means,
Tho members of the delegation will be
Major Prancls Oiitcrbrldge, 1'nlon Jf,
liethel, Anson W, Hurchard and Alfred
K. Whitney, Jr., from the Chamber of
Commerce,; Frederick de llerard from
the Merchants Association and John
Hurnham, president of the American
Game Protective Association,
I'hsmplin.ldp r!i.!ori Mr". J V Hurd,
ntt-lium, teat MI1 I'rlxil u Heall. fnlnn
lorn, ii'i.l 7, Mr-, It. II Italian', Merlon
I'rirkel be.it Mr. tlsorice fionps, Hrae
tturn. I and t, M' J Itaimnnct Price.
OHkniont !"'it Mrs. K It, ll-lir-iul. Hrle.
3 tind Mr M. J sr.itiimf'i. OJkmont
bent Ml.. lVltior ilates. Na..4ii. 1 up
Second Right Ml" l.oul lllklns. r)k-mini-.
Mr. i tl. Itol.ltisswortli, Itren
1'iirg Mrs l.awren"'-1 Sn'fi Ynhnundn.l..
Ml., l-fia liltt.oo. V-onia.Mwn
Third lllrlit Mr. T It l.'mer. r.-ls i .,, , ,. ,.,... .
Ml.. OUra Murdei k Navnu Mr. spneer '" ' '"" ' ,'.',"'
Pour straight defeats for the Cubs by
the Phillies must make Wilbur Good
feel fearfully bad. Good was turned
too-.,, by the Cubs and taken up by the
Phillip. Ho feels as bad as the firm
who was guillotined did when lie woi.e
up and found that It was only a tight
collar.
CLARK PRESIDENT OF
L. I. ATHLETIC LEAGUE
Funnel' Marathon Kiiiiiiim'
lliniorotl ly Itrooklvu
Atlilutlc Clnht.
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Our service adds to the life of your
Hupmobile and increases your enjoy
ment of it.
We believe no one else offers gratis
such complete and valuable service as
goes with every Hupmobile we sell.
Let us explain fullv what this ser
vice includes and give you a demon
stration of the new Hupmobile..
Chas. E. Riess&Co.,Inc.
ItM Broadway, at 3d St. rbn ClrfJe
HUPMOBIX.K COMPA.VT or NWW TORK
Wholesale Wsreheu. W nra(!w.y
rtv.pjniir Teurlnr Cir er To.pa-nir
ur. ft. on sin-p.i"ngr Tearing car, l .-j.
Prlom K ). B Detroit.
J
.1
Herbert Wdtiiir. Coluinb a's great
sw-1nitncr. h.i- been elected a cheer leader
for till- e:ion and !,- t, bu' .is lie him
Wair. pn' ami. . tr. 11 H Johnpen,
Ursa Hum
WOMEN WIN" IN STRAIGHT SETS.
MANY WILL ROLL DUCKPINS.
nla Kntry Mat for Atlantic Coast
Tnarney In Washington.
Wasiunotov, March IT Tlie to
coinmiftees of the Atlantic Coast Howl
ing Association, which holds lis second
Ig annual tournament here at camp
Pinery, starting on April h.iie been
working over time during the last thrfe
days arranging the schedule for the tin
men teams, the doubles and singles m
the three clawes of events to tie bowled.
National Secretary I'otiovan or lloston
has been here for ten dais helping the
local committeemen. The committee ex
lvts to be able to announce the schedule
In the various cients and classes by
Wednesday noon.
In summing up tne nnni prize pgures
the committee announce., that this in the
larcest llt of money prizes ever offered
b the A. C, II. A The entry of the
liH-al five men duckpln te.iin. which Is
12.1 Hi number, I- the largest ever
entered In a tournament under the aus
plce.i of the A. C H. A.
ASHEVILLE TO HOLD TOURNEY.
Mountain Clan Will Provide for
Ttvr Mstrf-ne.
The annual spring tournament of the
Asheville Country Club at Asheville, Jf.
C, will be plajed on April 12, 13, 14
and IB this year the week after the
I'nlted North and South amateur cham
pionship at Pinehurst This arrange
ment of dates will allow golfers from
the North to take part In both tourna-
menta with a minimum expenditure of
time.
Five sixteen and an equal number of
beaten eights have been provided for anil
the tourney should attract a big field
as many golfers on their way home from
the I'lorlda courses probably will Hop
off at Asheville this car. The Asheville
course has graca gieetm and Is well
trapped so that It will furnish a thorough
test of golf.
TO REPLACE SALISBURY LINKS.
JYn Close Matches In Tourney at
llrlalit Caalno.
Straight sets were the rule in the
Heights Casino women's eliamplnnehip
tennis tourney on the club courts ye-
tenia), Mlrs Chapman after winning !
default from MI?s Itarclay In the tlr-d
round lot to Mrs. llett In the second.
Th (.core was K 3, i 4. The sco-es
VJr.i ltouii'1- Ml.. Ohapnian defeat-1
Ml. Hnrclay by ilrfmilt
H-cond Itound- Ml.. Tailor ilrfale.
Ml Cburfh hy default. Mri Ilefs ile
fali-d Mlr Cbspiii.in, -1 .' 1 I Mr.
Hill: d-fenlnl Mm. I'erkln.. t.
Ml"" Weber defeated Ml". H-eclier 1 e
- a, Ml". Cnii'ln. ilcfe.neil Ml". I'et'b
:. 3,
MRS. J. E. DAVIS MEETS DEFEAT
l.mea to lire. I.a Montaane In I lose
Mnteh at IUen.
AtKRN. S. C. M irch IT. The third
round of the women's cliauiplonslilp wasi
played to-day at the Palmetto Golf Club.
In one match In the -econd illil-lon Mis
P. i), lleach c.irred her opponent Mrs,
llerheit A. Scheftel, tw enty-even hole
before defeating her, 1 uv. Mrs J t'..
Uail", runner tip In the women s metro
politan championship hut year. 'mi
beaten by Mrs. 11 W I.a Montague
Tin- niotch went to the home hole The
summaries
Championship Third Itiund Mr" C
Tappln ilefenie.i Mr Ji-.lah i Thaw- I
niel 3 .Mri. II 11 I.a MoM,iKie defea-r I
Mr. J P. tuw, 1 iip M r I'll p 11
i.hrriiiore won frem Ml-"- Tllarlier l tie
fault. " II. I. I'urll" .efe.le,l Mf
IViM-dwanl H.tti'otk 3 un ' Z
Prcend IHillnn, Third IPiund Ml-. Per
ler 111 deff.ile.l Mr., i Oliver fee n (l
t' up. Mr ile-iierneur Mnrrl. (eirmchi
-vmi fr oii ilr. t.liin 1 1' 'ij- def.u'i Mr
r. O lleaoh (5) ilefeateil Mr- llerler ,
,-Jcheflel (131. 1 UP l-'T holes! M'.
'.eorg'- T Smith (i deflated Ml .ban
lllnkle Gi. ' up
Amatrara tlntplny Pro.
PiNfttrnsT, N. 0., Match IT -M J
Ttr.idy. Oakley, and Tom Mae.Namara.
New Vork, were beaten In a four ball
match by a 3 and " margin this after
noon by two auiateuis, Philip Carter,
the Junior Metropolitan champion, and
If. J. Topping of Greenwich. Carter
Irid best scoie. Tl, with one approxima
tion. Ilrady was the best of the losers,
with a T5.
Jlinin) Clark, the former maM-hon
runner, who now Is In chnrgo of the
athletic activities of the lau.muel House.
w.im e.Ckitcd the tlret prr'ldcnt of tlie
newly organized leone Ilsnd Athle'ic
to be careful let he swallow a lot of 1 League, at a me-tlng held at the Tr n ty
""ef- J Club lust night Th- other olllcers
The rating of the college water polo elected wi re .be Sherman, Hrookl.Mi
teams according to their tiua'.ty Is asjA. A., vicc-preslden: Ultoti llogers, St
follows; Princeton. 1 Augustine A, C, sc retari, and Andy
It 11. n.idmun. IIari.ir.l- ew football "'. ' '-'"" """""'f
cafitaln, : the tlft'i In suci-j-ion to com
from Greater lloston. Hi lore him were
Mahan, Hrl, ktey, Stoter and Wendell in
that order, wi o-e te.ini- piled up a grand
tjtal of 114 point- on Yale If Dadmun
Harry New come nf t ,. l.unu Island
A. C w.i- elected . l.ii.rman of the hand.
i ap committee Hi- wol be ass h'
two othe. - who will be cho-"H at the
m:t meeting of the league on Apr.l !0
Hupmobile
Setrn-I'assenier mtm
eiinng MnUe,
Price
AMIMIMKM-,
WiyTFQClRnPUl -. lt- To-day
.ii in ibii vnimbii
at - '.lie to Jl 3n.
ROBINSON II With AL
CRUSOE, JR.Il JOLSON
AMP-.KMKNTS.
MAXINE ELLIOTT'S v??,,hA'5r-.
Itll.lVMNt- HI-MI. Ill II -;:il.
Ii,ri lion Mi- l.tt-oifiii M.irOnrc
. IJIII I II ! II a I
oiiiii mjjTt' 3 111 Ittl
AMI IKMIIMI.
amikui;m-.
Dl IVUrlllCC W est tslh-t Hrvsnt '.'..
rLAinUUOC Kis.- r. Mat. We.l..VSal J IS
Bcc n TO-MUKKOW NKillT
GRACE GEORGE
will pri-M'iil lli:uMltl sll coninly
" CAPTAIN BRASSBOUNO'S CONVERSION."
Sfah ,n.l'hii rltfapiiTiniluht fur rtiit.rvU
Oprr.i
$1.50 Mat.
To-morrow
ii-i i i.r ii wmi dig. - l-,,
t -,o Mallne- l'o-da- .' 1
COMEDY
niche
I'
ll Itll l.dllllllld llris- l.ii. I llatM-h llamio
1 1 unt s r -uIim -in Id- D- Witt .leiiiunn-,
HmB
48th ST.
Tilt' i r.a-t i.r ii ., r.ts k ii.
Mala Tliur- .V sal I ,
Hy
Klieene
Walter
pnnTH l-'t'l W. ol Una, 1 I- - '
DUU I Tl ,, -at Matlnis' To-Ill wtf ,:o,
with Irene l elllcl.
and I Imeiit
rrall'i
IN
CUIIQEPT Thea " onritav i.i-- t...
StlUDKnl Mat- Tihu'b ,( S.ii 'J 1.
JOMKPII IIIHHIb" Pre-ents
II) t', ll.'iild.in ( 'bauilN-r-W'ilh
an r.itrnordlnary star Coniblnat Ion,
I'hillls Nrllsmi-lrrr) Mnrte lempesi
HrtlieMillae buries lierri
Jeanne Taarls i inthU Rrooke
W. t.rabain HroMoe MiioIiikii line
THE HIT OF HIS LIFE
A KING OF NOWHERC
A R.OAAANTIC COMEDY
By ido L AoVier M&pherson
39STMEr'TilEAM
eves, a ia -mats.wco o -sat f. is
t fr rsnrBfsffrTii
44th St. 'nHJzrJ;, j::l'l
Jl Ml Matinee
l It-111 IT
Mote- nex- Mondn) lo I rlv
'I llvlltre
I VOlr l"d. W orll'ua) KlK- S '.'II
1.1 nib tl .VI .MatlneeTo-lil'n L'.'.'O.
I aat
Week
PaCIIJA ll'way A. .mill M IlK- - I.',. IT.'th
wnwiiiw
' $1 eO.Mallltee 'I'tem't- '.
vealirday lo MiiKlflrate Ileuel In the
Vorkvllle police couit for a warrant
for tho iuri'et of Ills teacher, John II.
RlnufT. TliomitF. who Ih a pupil In I'ubllc
Hihool IB, IJ-ihI Kifty-llrat tnreet, wim
ricompaiiled by Ilia father, Andrew
Hlicild.111.
The boy Faya that la.st Friday the
tearher became angry durltifr the brui'h
rouklnK i l.i-!i and htruck Ida pupil on the
hetil witli a pair of nclB.'ors, iiifllctlnc
n Kiit'ht cut, Masletr.ite Deuel referred
the mutter to nuk-er McI.aUKhlln of the
Child ren'H Society.
B. AND 0. GIVES BIG ORDER.
It Contract for 7fi,ooo Ton of
Steel Italia.
ft m.tim or, n. Manli 7. 'Hie Ilaltl-morr-
and (duo Itallroad Ii.ih ordered
Tt.ftOO toils of kteel jail- for l!i" de
livery, Approilinalilv f H,sr.i),fUM nU
be Hpcnt on thin older, which Ih distrib
uted nn f'lllowh.
Cambria Flcel Company, 1.1,000 fona;
40,001 with the CariH'Bic Steel Coin
panr, in.nno ith tin, .Maryland Hteel
Company and 10,000 with the llllnuii
Hteel Company
The n.illlmore Hnd Ohio also placed
an order for ri.ooff tons with the 1111
nola Hteel Company for the Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Dayton road.
Tito Seml-I'nhlle t'onraea Will Re
Conatructed A'rar II).
The eale of tho Kalle-bury links to tlie
new Cherry Valley Country Club docs
not mean that the neml-puhllc course
h to disappear from the neighborhood of
Garden City. The same company that
constructed and has been riinnliiK tint
Salisbury couie lutenda to lay out two
rlRhteen hole courses nut far from the
nie.sent location.
AVorU on tho two course will begin
n soon an possible and the courses will
be opened for u-e as noon oh they are
In plajable condition, In recent years
Salisbury has been crowded and the con
Ktructlon of two semi-public courses to
take its pluce will help to relievo tho
confteMlon.
overcome a revolver was taken from him.
Sr.eruier received rovernl ruts on the
shoulder and back, but was not dan
gerously hull, lll.s asallant, who la 33
)eait. old, nun locked up on a i:har'c of,
felonious ntssault. lie was cnnllued III
mi Insane us)luin live years ago.
BOWLERS MAKE HIGH SCORE.
Marino anil lliimniell Hull !,!tl2
In Tnn Man I'.vent.
Tlie National IIowIIpk tournament at
the Giand '.-lit nil I'.ilacn ivaa restimetl
last uiuht and I.. Marino and C Hum
mell shot to the top In tlie two man
division by knoi'klng down 1.313 pins
This Is within twenty pins of the world's
ma ik. The loading scores;
Two .Man Tenuis .Marino and Hum
mell, 1,31'.': .Maker and I'eaiie, I.ISl.
Slnuli's -I,. Marino, 1133 V M, l'urdy,
r. 7 d i C, Hum II, Mi".
Traila In Improir Sleep) llolloii,
The SUi-py Hollow links which were
laid out a few years ngo liy Cliatlca II.
Macdoniilil will be imiiroicd 1 1 1 Its rprlng
and Waller .1. Travis Is going In do most
of the Improt Ing. Tlie Metropolitan ama
teur champion will look oier tho course
its soon iih tho aiiow dlriappears and
probably will unguent a number of
cnani
5
I " I
nllTMUMR F
I nUIUIIIUUIsaiBa I
II EXCHANGE I
II
EKWAN0K ANNOUNCES DATES. -
Ft rat lrealdeiit'a Cup Tourney tVIII
Br I'layed I.ate In Jnly.
Tlie llkwanok Country Club of Man-
rhester. VI., has announced the ilntes
selected for its piiiuipal touriiameuls
during the coming season. The big tour
ney of tho year, that for the tlrst presi
dent's cup, will bo plued on July 2li, 27,
28 und 2!. The list of events follows.:
Jnlv 4 Independence Day cup,
July 'J. 27. 2S, 29 Fit st president's
cup.
September 4 i.anor nay nnniiiciip.
September 14, 1.1, lfi- -Fiiulno cup.
Slmrl Schedule for Steiena Tec It,
Steiens Teh has nrranged n shorter
basubiill scheilnli' than usual. The nel
son will oien April .1 ii Kit 1 1 i.t SI, .lohn'H
Collegn at lloboktn. Iho most umor
tant games are wllh Worcester Tech. on
May 13; Columbia, on .limn 3, alumni
day, and Itulgcrs, on .hum H, commence
menl day,
NT4iiii'M IIINUITTAN "I'kiuiioVm:
atii. ci.i'B. Biwiniti inn .n hi. a n ite.
J.'.r i .Vi WILLARD-MORAN .e.
Coutiuuoua from llu II l. M, Dally Knupt
oiarvaau.
IIHC(( -"'lb near II uai Km-, nan.
rrllllWE Mailnet-sTo-inV A "at a an
A .Stw .Mu-kal Conud) That Is DIITrrent.
VERY GOOD EDDIE
Ha)onne Club I'.lecta Oltti-era.
The Newark Hay Club of lta)onne,
one of the oldett boat lug orEanlzatlons
on Newark Hay, has elected the follow
ing olllrcrs for tho ensuing ear. II II.
.lennlng.s, prcnldent ; 11. H. J.tcger and
F, H. Heckiiltb, vlce-prelilenl , i:. N.
Kyle, sicretaiy, and S. II, IMward", T
M. Ten IJrocck and Clarence Vrceland,
ti listers.
Kcotl EnBsaeal It) Moiitclnlr.
William Scott has been engared by
the Mtintolalr Golf Club to take the
plare of Tom Anderson, ,lr who was
t.llle.l III fi,i u lltitturilklle uei-idetit last
" ... . .... .... v v i-iiii ii ainiiixif iini'iir-iiii
icar. since Atitierson s iieaiu .nomeuiir i ii-i- ViiiiviKV lYixii .hiii
has been trying to get along without a i Ti.-ucis m n t orriee sieinaav pianu
jirofesslonal, Scott ban been In charge i
of tlie .Mountain lucige course ill .ew
Jersey. I .,rnllan Hall, Friday All., March .11, at I.
Tli-Letx i l i t I I UK 111
lWrnirlERIC FISHER WOOD
on the BATTLE OF THE MARNE
Introduction by
Henry A. Wise Wood on th-
MItdnm of t'nltrrsxl .tlllltary Iralnlni.
la Time
Hi'h
( eill
I ran.
..l.M,.ll K4IIM.4 from Hill 1 Tbealie "li"r" " ' 1 '"
II Olll. II (IIIMI'KIN l t. Skill. IIS
Aitin. fre- 0 lo u, Dinner, 91 Ml .V a la carle
Hkatltig and Daiu'lnx al Dinner A supiu r
Table rc-ert Minns Dm, .V Sup. Tel .v.i l.i Hi)
Mill 1 Illlk'S l.t.illl.Mi llll.l I Itt.S AMI St i;.SI.'s.
It'way. tost Ktes.H an
l.T 7
n.Mi.-
runinr
tmrint Mit-Tom -t. sat a an
ELSIE FERGUSON
v,.,,.,:'-,,e'e,,.;; Margaret schiller
MA I I I IMHI . Se.us Nei llttirs.
RIO GRANDE Af-T.
i. in: on tiii: muxicw mntiiKi:.
hy Al lll S I I S IIIOMlS.
NEW AMSTERDAM 1
Tree IficnvyVlII
ill! Kdltll W vim. Mai llivei I '.,i 1 1 .trill
t'llltles Dalliui.il llletli- Ittistlan l o of
ll'W.W.sWril ST F.v
Mats Tlillrs A Sal an.
IMI'lllllt SI I.SS." Sl..
- no i
li a) t d i i
I o-iii '.i. - it !
LYCEUM
The Heart
of Wetona
' COHAN'S
Mitzi in "POM-POM"
I I i -thirl ofji ilisi) win. I lie I ii" 11 Mi.rlil
FULTON m Op Tinriv a' t
It'''!" Tynan'' lrlh 'innt!y
W f MELODY 'YOUTH
Mir '11 Willi l.lll.'lltee Thill'.
HARRIS M ,,
AFTCW THE PlfiY V1SITUtcM.,H':.ftMaW vfi??
Or T Ml sw't I ft
(
flICTV H o' in "i l'- - -'i1
UHltll MalsTo-tonA -al .'.''I
MKS. FISKE
l colli I 1 II. I, lllitl I
nn ri ss 1 1 im in ii ii
is nn-. i i i i i r 1 1 1
lull S nl ill IMI m IV, c
Erstwhile Susan
CRITERION
A tllll.l
LLEN ,s,
I tm I op a - I
Gl
"111!
I'red Mlilu u-
1T331
llolllilal."
I flNRATRF wtMii-t iiryaitt a.i r.t- - in
.i.Usi:.rsi:LTsJdi:M
in hi- triumph "Mil. I. III. II ltlll.lt."
II war as -t t,, ,
In" -a' Mai i
CIII'MIII I I
ROSMAN
line-, i u isi .,. i u -1 m i
Ci M 1 1 i-U 'I Of ,iii-t
I III. Ml in: t 11 II I. SIM IMMIMIi:
I IRTDTV e-l r.'iMi l.ias - I . -Ii c
LIDCnlT Mailn.-i- To.im.r -a
41 I I I IIIIN II II Jll-I I'll
MMII,lstl lllll IN IMIIIllKS
III the l rillllillalll C D I I
Mll.lial I'oiiiisly 3 T B I U
r.is at - .
lie- l.iiiiiauiii I'l it-in I ,,r-' I M
unntnu u K.it -tub st
nULIJUn m,,,v T.,r p,, A -al
IV ta t Kles at H ao
.M it- Tom .Nil .' an
,st;
I IMl.-
CANDLER
iaia.iiMijffwrcCT
Mart K.tiill.l. 'I he l, real Ml Ainericati l ,,-t
NKXT MON.-SEATSTHUR.
jiiiin i; stun: i ii v-.
m s i i: it r i i; i i
The Cinderella Man
, Ne ( , M il. i I hy i:,i,nl 'Uiil-I a '
rfi tenn w c-t -tath -t i.teitiiu.-. -
i i it Mil iM.r i ti.ni i
THE BOOMERANG
Mfllinrtw
51
ELTINGE
ist ' l,
Mal Tutu w i
REPUBLIC
ii't-t ad si
Mai- Tom
I'n mtic
pup ,1
Cartirglellall, lo-ntorrnw (Hed.i fl..at:i
PADEREWSKI
CASALS
lots- Removal Sale
Our Tires & Sundry Store
Mniet to Uuartcn- Anrll l-i.
.BargainsThisWeek-'
All lilml i lire i iiim" piiirn', tc
At "Way Down" Prices
Till) MANY ITI.M.i II) I.Nl'.MI.HVTi:,
Buy Your Season's Wants Now
"fJlr I'rlcii i .( i- Our I 'iimpe 'Hum '
Jandorl Automobile Co.
1764 Broadway, cor. 57th St
I'nrkunl. tt-At, r, pat,.., line t-oiulltlun,
HirlppM lloiith, run rl"ieu huinlrrd miles.
White Timi'lURi I'd), ll 1 1 i'M t I'limlltluu
('aillllaf rieilun, 1'JlS, line aluipe, eslr.t Mine,
Ntttli'iml Ni'ipml, has run 7,000 mile,
tine rtiii'llilim
)Yrlm Ittiulli. li'. rrialll eolni
IIKHS, '.'.'! tV. ID. Ill i ant I:;4,
METROPOLITAN ll!,','
i.tsr hi.i:k or omit.
Med. at - 1.,, Itlielniiithl, Kurt, ialiold
tiber; Senttiach. lleil i.uritz, IJei-s. Ilraun
Kti)-iai'l t'tiiid IliHlaiwUy,
lliurs. M il al J Jl toV, , lint fprtls . I'.trr.te
rornla- llotta lie laie-t ll.itla fond I'olieco
llllirs.al N 1,1, HlKtilrlln, HarrlentiM. Ilome,-faru-o.
Aiiiato. Kotlilet. ( 'mid Ihiwutiinii
I'rl. al s I,-,. I tit la, llairlenio-. .Msrtlnelll,
De ,uei Coihler. Ilsdt fond llaiariiull
Nat. Mat al I I,',, t iiriiirii, I'arrar. Ma-on
(ani-o. Aliialo. Itotllier. Ilada I'onil , 1'olareo,
Sal, nt 7:1,'. i7.',c lo $1 , Siegfried. imilsWi,
Homer; l'rluv le . Ilraun, linrlti. llut-dtil
I 'olid, IlixlaiuU).
, BEGINNING MONDAY, APRIL 3
Kienliiss il:cepl Tnesila)) at S.JHI.
Miitui't- Widne-ilay A. saliirdav al a ;io.
DIAGHILEFF'S
Aeolian Hull
ORIS
I burs. 4(1 Mi ll. ,10. ut .1.
HAMBOURG
rut: n i' s s i a t r. 1. 1. 1 s i
linabe l'latio. Met. Ilaen.el A Junes.
It Klectrli-t'oillie. 7lK), lUili'll.l. I.sni;
I'our I'aienger I'oiipe 7.VI: Jn-I ovtrhaiileil.
1IAKK.
'our I a -iib' - "ni"' !'., jii" - '"'-:'."7-.
Kitaraiileed liatleryi sv III ilriuoti-iralo. Ill K I lit
It, I,. New York 'orporallon. 17-10 Central
Park neai, lei, in.
ADTOMOU1I.K AMI MUTOK TKILK IN-rtlHLlTlON.
Ilooklet tiplalna WIIT
our coura la neaT. Impact
TF.'.BT
AIITII
MlHOOIs. lir r-nt " b convlucts.
lUW.tllkill. Ls illts' slsssts.
t'ornegle Hall, I'rl. i:tc. Mart It III, 8:I.V
l'latio llerltnl SleliiHu.t)
LEGINSKA
TifUeia .Ml Us. lo fa. Mgt. Ilat'ii-il K Junes
t'ABNKtilr. IIAI.I., Nun. ft
TifkrtK 7.V to f .1
limes CM) K f.Ml.
Now at hot office
prll II, at II.
KREISLER
l t nnier t III nltl nf lleslllille Mtisltluiis.
Music I nil hers, .Music Students' tit all
Nationalities huh sllanileil In tlrnilu.
Dlrts lliiii C A. Kills, steliittuy I'lano l,'-cd.
BALLET
RUSSE
inues ti, tl mi sa, 3..ni, n.i ,.
TirUct- No till Sale
1IAHDM AN PIANO USKD,
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Mat To-day a.V 4c Mli-, I U" I HmL
IRVING TL. THEATRE
Th n la t i in. Hi, In i
I'rl en full uiHs III I
"DIE PRINZESSIN vom NIL"
I'rlniess Iheatrr, Ibis sflerniioii nt ,1.
MAX HEINRICH
Mgnient. tntoiiU Sattjer. Knalie I'lano.
AIIH.IlN Hill.
lo-nUbl l Hilt
CHARLOTTE
SONG RECITAL
LUND
Tkkela fill eta. to fa. .Milt. Ilarnael A Jones,
. I'unt h Judy Iliaatre.tOth ll.nr ll y.
TREASURE ISLAND
B:jo.IaU,rrl,-8at.aao. CirdtllitiU.
sssax SB. til' Till:
Uiil ALLIED ARTS oj
mtw sn sjsa bsjbj
HIINIIITT
THE
Xi'Tiills"
FHUATRE
ri'Nit
NEXT THURSDAY NI8HT
ii mi: mini isi on
Xuspli't- or the SI.STl I'l.l'll
Tlt'lir. I S fi.at Kooill lllln Aeollalllliillil.
ing. 1U IV tad SI . or al elllu-r I. MIIH or
ritlAIIM I'l.t'llllllt'SI'.s and at lead
hit; luili-ls. Hoses Sinn and S.MI,
JEWISH
WAR SUI'FI'RI'RS'
BAZAAR
Open 1-11 I'. M.
BROOKLYN DAY
GRAND CENTRAL PALACE
Lexington Av.-46thSt.
AdniifMon 1) t tnta
6S
laif.u-iMaasinssjra
lAf.M'aiiiimji.aiTfcTa
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pOLUMBIA'i",";,,, !'r.'"i"
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REEVES '' BIG BEAUTY S '
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. Akti ut Hiaaou, Magical CM
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