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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, APR1K 5, 1910. SAYS U.S. SHOULD BE WORLD BANKER Cooprpalidii Hip Onlv Witv, Plcn nf Nnlioiml City Hunk Off iditl. COTTON MUX TO AID IT-AN Atlanta. April 4. Beverly t. HiirrlK. vice-president of t ! National City Hank of New Vnrl. tnM the Ameri can, Cotton Manufacturers Association here' to-day that Krriit opportunities. Ureal responsibilities linil possible ilali Itcrs Ho ahead of the United States nt the present time. Hp ntlrlbttted this condition to the war. "I-Vw of us realize fully the tre mendous potential resources and encr Rim of this country." lie raid, "Cow of us fully comprehend the tremendous do. nicotic and foielRii commerce to which the United HtatcH bus already .ittalned. 'Die total estimated value of the domed, tic and forelmi commerce of the Polled States for 191 1 In approximately forty four billions of dollars. Thin moans all merchandise fold once and at wholesale prices. Of this total nppnixliniitidy f ftrentv lillllnim Is ri'tiicselited hv maun- , facturcs. Hut while our mannfaoturltiK capacity, as the almvo IlKUrrs Indicate, tins so preatly Increased, and billions of dollars of new capital have hern em plovcd In manufacturing lines In recent years, figures on our lorelKii commerce, are, not proMttloiiato and arc dir.ip. pointing. P.ipnrli Mirinlil lie l.nrarr. "Out of n total of forty-four billions of dollars In the car mentioned our Imports coin-luted of ll,S94.000.nut find our export.- $:,3:!i,non,000. a total of f 4,2:.1,000,nnO, or less than 10 per cent, of our total commerce. Of the exports of domestic products crude inateilals for foreign manufacture form 34 per cent., foodHtuffa 18.3 per cent., manufactures 47.2 per cent. Kiom this It will be seen our exports are not as large as they should he nnd that they have lieen In too large proportion of crude or semi crude material, with comparatively little labor In It, as, for Instance, copper and Iron In pigs and bars, raw cotton and the like, rather than In manufactures representing the value of skilled labor , mul better profits in the selling price. , "We sell cotton at 12 cents n pound. Tilth linrdly.any labor In It wo buy It ' back from the thrifty Sw-s at $1" a pound. In fine handkerchiefs all labor. The large and outstanding considera tions at the (present time ore that our continued welfare is largely' concerned 1n the scientific development ! of our manufacturing and Industrial re sources, and In the extension of our for eign commerce, and particularly the sale of manufactured goods. It Is not suttl- ( Cieni mill we are Hfovp nil uue-i o.inuos favored with great natural advantages of location and materials water power, fuel, capital. MnM rinsed New Trade. "It was iirovldentl.il that the reiterai Iteserve Imnklng system came Into being vh.n .till, for while It cannot et be . rwinlF.l us tierfect III all respects and . In the procem of tlmo wilt undoubtedly be chanced, elaborated and modified In various respects, the basis is there for a system suitable to our needs, ami It has so far afforded us a degree of safety and protection which has been Invaluable under the extraordinary conditions fol lowing the outbreak of hostilities in Ku rope. and It has given us a means of ex tending our bajiklng operations Into for eign lands, without which our foreign uommercc would alwaj's have been under the most serious handicap. "The greatest advantage, ns I see It, that we can take of our present tlnancl.il position will be In shifting o far as pos sible the Indebtedness of debtor nations from Kurope to this countrj', and by In ternational financial oix-ratlons to put nil countries In our debt, so far ni prac ticable and expedient, thereby safeguard ing our gold supply which Is the foun- ; datlon of the credit we. can extend- fries and protecting us from the loss of commerce which we now hove. Further, It is by running at maximum capacity nd with effective organization and co operation that the percentage of oxer head cxpensft is reduced and protlts through economy of production realized." lierinniis Work Totfctlii-r William .1. UarrK Federal Trade Cominlisloner, pointed out the necessity i of cooperation. C!ermany-s Mircess as a commercial Wasiiimito.v. April 4. Charges have world Power if- due very lurgelv to the1, . . Policy of o.ganizlng and cooperating."'1"'" """ T-e.'Vnry Department h said. "Mir business men lnve!"",t il number of deputy collectors of worked to:ether. They luive established j Internal ieenue In New York are in communities of Interest among them- Uolved In the fraud- connected with tho , ' , '7.1... i ".. liovn n.sTa,,l...l I., .e.- I , I... - ..I'll-., It. .Ill' ' ... . " , ; ' "" , , ........ j ... I.... i.,,,wn,, ..oi, lino these are ainereii ,,. per cent, oi tile manuiaciurers engaged in the respec tive Industries This bus proved to til ths very backbone of Ormnny's Indus trial and rommeicial achievement''. More than lino nse-nclatlons nf miimifac turen,1 rmlm-eis and merchants exist In (.ierinanv to-day, and in addition to these there ate about O.nnn subsidiary business organizations, Tim ileinmii ftovcrnmcjit nut only f.mrtions those In dustrlal organlzationi., but assists them in many ways. "Acting with the Secretary of Com merce, the Federal Ti.-iiln Commission has recommended to tlie President that legislation to pievent unfair dumping b" enacliil, It has been the practice of somii Curnpeiui inanufaciurers, who control in their linn a Ihiec pHrt of the world maiket. In destroy competi. tlon ahro.nl by ii-duelng prices In the markets nf their competitors to n point below the cost of production, While not necessarily contrary to business ethics, this ptactlce usinlly is unfair. Competition to-day Is international in character and the American manufac turer Is entitled to the sailln ile.-ice of protection from unfair methods, sought io no Jierpcinueii ny foreign rlviilu as i be lecelves fiom unfair cnmnctitlnii n-o,,, domesllc eouipet Hills I "Konn, countries ale already protect-, lug their iludustiies against tii form ! of unfair i-ompi titlon. Ilngland. fol-1 lowing their examtde, Is considering the enactment of stub ,t law to protect ' Its newly estiilillslied djo Indiurtry. This ' country, too, In tlm Judgment of the commission, should declare dumping I In foreign tnnle t., be in, unfair method 1 ' ' " "'" einijei-t i, tH. fUMo lutiictloiiH as aie placeil upon similar praeihes In domestic trade." CITY'S DEATH RATE LOWER. KiU'h llnroiiah Sliovis tle.r.s.r 0cr l.imt !,.., FlBr,.,, Tl... I, ... Its ii.- i "-p.ii ii cm or iieniii, i.. Wtrklil Mm-liilihi Hulbtin Issued Jeslej. j .V,i ' V. 1 . . "'" ' I"1"" died In (his c-Itj- during tlx. wick ended .Salur- day. April 1. In II rr.-M.ondlmr vve.-l: of last year tlm deaths tolnllril s-m Tho report shows a ileriensr, In tl, e'ilv'rt death rule of 2.117 f,- ,.,-ich l.ono of ,,. illation, ' ' Tlio death rate In every borough wn.i ,o,,ii .Hiring me week of l!iG, Cllle,lnl. Ilesuiu In rnast Icarus. .'""T1'1.""?' 4. 1nrt land. Hi Salt Luke ..ii i- i-i-o, i-nrutnii, mi 1. OikJand, , tyi. Angee,, g, v' Vernon, 2. PACKERS WELCOME FULLEST INQUIRY Slock Kiiiscrs Insist on Fcd o rn I Trade Commission Conilucfinsr Tt. TIIKY ASSAM, "TRI'ST' N'ASilt.vuioM, April 4. Assurances fioin repicsentatlves of the beef packers that they wouM welcome an tnvcstlw tlon of their books In Hen of an Inquiry by the l-Vderal Trade Commission were, ejected by the representatives of the Mock raisers at the hearing to.ilay bo-foi-o the sub-comnilttoo of the Hous .Judiciary Committee on tlio ltorlaud resolution providing for an Investigation. Walter I. Fisher of Chicago demanded that the Information regarding the cost of production ,.r bepf be given before a tilhunal and under oath. "We will give ou nil the Information ou waul," suggested Arthur Meeker, vice-president of Armour Co. "Authorize the Department of Acrleut Hire to employ accountants nrul they can go through our books from Mem to stern." "We want a tribunal wbleli can ad minister mi oath," demanded Mr. KiMier, "Wliat Is the value of an oath?" asked Mr. Meeker. "This Is not n question of oath", but of books." "We want to be In n position to prose cute thee witnesses ior perjury If neces sary," retorted Mr, Fisher. J'or n ('oinprclit-nialTr Inquiry. Hoth the packers and the stockmen aimed that If any Investigation Is under taken It should bo comprehensive. In scope and hould Include the price? of beef lo the consumer as well as the prion paid the Mock raiser and the cost of production "The consumer." said I'epresentntlve Horland. "Is Just as much a sufferer nt the hands or this combination as the producer." l.x-liov, . I. Stuhhs of Kansas, W. 11. Wallace, Kansas City, represent- lug the Cattle, Swine and Sheep Hired- crs Association, and l. I.. MeClure, president of the National Ptock Hv- change, all described the iniquities of the ;illrged puckers combination, -Mr. MeClure said that live stock was the only" pioduct that hud not advanced In pmo since the wnr lagan. "The Ucs to piMdin-eis of cattle," he said, "have been caused by restricted coniiietltl'jn nnd a decrease In the num ber of huyers. While the packers have been rolling In wealth the cattle farmers have been sutTering. Last year the beef truM did a bulue.- of more than ll.ono.noo.nou." Mr. itubbs advocated an appropriation of 2R(i.OrtO to be expended by the Fed eral Trade Commission and lidded ; Jrcrrt Work Chnrtird. "Forty er cent, of the feed lots In the Southwest are empty because of the un- certainty in the beef market. Nearly every stockman I know Ijelleves there Is a- PackerV trust, but Its members re as sly as a fox. They carry on their wcl'n 111 ocorot and successfully cover up "their tracks." Judge Wallace said the only thing the cattle fanners get out of the packers for their product Is a free ride on tho catxa.se, of a freight train. "The packers." he s.ild. "are robbing the fnrmj-rs right and left. They own everything connected with the meat bus! ness. They have built up a hjilr.iheaded monster and are swindling in- country men. Tills committee Is after a woio crowd than the James ls ever thought of being." Mr. Wallace suggested that the commis sion should gather the evidence nnd lay all the facts befire the Pepartment (if Justice as n basis for criminal prose cution. . DEPUTIES ACCUSED OF TOBACCO FRAUDS Cliiirjrcs Filed at Wisliin"ton Tlmt Some Withliclil K'cYciiuc Taxes. withholding of tobacco taxes. An In I'ulltll'.lltfl,! iu .' r o.ui.- o, ..oiirsior III .internal Kevenu, I.OUH of New York. T ie c)i:ir?.-M l,ii,lost ,-.-rliilo , ion-. .,,,..1 ,ril,,c ,.u tors wen- tll.il with As sistant Secretary of the Tieasury Ma. burn b Carl I;. Wlutmy of New York, counsel for se,r,il cigar manufacturer. The tiling of the charges Is a new phase of the receutlv oideieil nation wide lnvestIatlon which Commissioner of Internal Ueventie Oshorn piedlcted wold .hsclo-e h.-cs of apirolmately ln.nnfi.dllil to toe ilovernineiit through the withholiliug of revenues due on the manufacture of cigars and cigarettes. There ale inn Heputy i-ollectors 111 New Yoik, The n. lines of those involved in the chin ccs iniilil not be ascertained to night. According In Tieasutj olllclals Mr. Whitney ebnigcd that collectors bavo not nub been leceivlng regular remit tiunes weel,l fimn manufacturers but lu some cases have nppi oai-hed lii.inii factureiH who wen- not evading Un law and pointed nut the ease with which they could isciipH pa.Mnent of revenue duties and ollend to cooperate with them to this end for small weekly con siderations. The alleged frauds were unearthed, It was said to-day, thiougi'i a transfer from N'-w York to Philadelphia of John Sln se, ; revenue agent stationed ut New York for some time. Mr Slnsel was suc- ceeilnl at New York by N. I,. Nutt, wlin soon nfter iif-suiiilng nillce became ncqilaitited with the iilliged workings of the manufacturers and deputy collec tors ami made ail Investigation, As sistant Seciet.iry Malhurn made It clear to-day Hint Mr. Slnsel was In no way Involved, but that conditions In New York hail simply escaped Ills nnllco, I'lirdliMin lo Piny llnrl 11II1. I'ririlliam will open its basrlmli sea son to-ihij, when I . ii 1 ikii 1 1 Ii plays the Maroon nine on l-'oidliam l-'iclil" ,. tholle;ll the l-'l il'dha III Mill.' has I, in f. legiilori liiini last kii'iiii this join's team giver- pliitulse of helm; ,1 wiuillllg Ml'sllv. I'olilh.llll lilu v H Priiicelnu nl Hie iigein' Held lii.niori'inv. nnd If Joe Martin does not go on tin- mound agnlnst 1 -in tuiouth to-day he will dn the lu-nii.... ot I'iiiii clou. Desei-ls llnsbenll In Me I'nj innaler, HosTiiS, April I -Del liiilner, Ited So Hist lian-iiiiin. has ilcchled not to plaj ban-ball Hps .ve.tr, ncconlliig n 11 lepnit ft 011 1 l-;il,lns, V Vn 1 1 1 1 m after- n i. 'l'i'" runner liettolt slur lias been nppoiiileil iiajmasl f the Wont 'r. KHHii C.utinl Uailw.iy and will devote lue Ilnie to that ,oltloii n wiiui.i 1 ro.ov,"i;iiiii-rrM riKi,n. IIroc4ct 11 v. ,N, Y. Amirleuiia, 3 r. M. .lit-l Giants Beat TESREAU FINISHES LIKE A WHIRLWIND Allows Only 10 rollnins to Fnco lUm in Last Six In nings of Gnme. (HANTS FAST IN KIKl.l) Nkw Oni.RANM, April 4. Tbo fllauts prpieezert out another victory In one of those close HnlMi gamrs for which they are becoming noted. The New Orleans Pelicans, champions of tho Southern Association, bowed to the prowess of big Jelt Tcsreau this iiftertinnti,, but the (Hants did not boh up with tho winning run until the ninth Inning. Tim score was f to 4. . Tesrc.iu Is tho first of McOriiw's pitch ers to go the full route this spring. The Pelicans made tbo game close be, caiiM! big .leff got away to a poor start and was hammered for seven bits anil r....M ...,.., i.. it.- o..ut .I... i,.i,,- ...... ..or. in ii: ....... Il. .1... 1. 1.. ftl..,,. r.,11 I., 1,1. .1,1.1. however, ho mowed down the batsmen 1 ","'"t '" 11 ,,'ricH ,,f ,hrco B""e tor the with amazing eae. Though he struck Manhattui championship tx ginning Krl out only tliree, Tcsreau permitted but , l.v afternoon. one man to reach tlrst base after the Capt. T. I.. JIuMon, secretary-trcas-third Inning. "rer and half owner of tho Yankees, did The (Hunts supported their pitcher 1 not come Jn with the club yesterday with an enorless game In the Meld, j morning. Ho cut out the Junket to After Kjlvcster had driven home the ' Wheeling nnd remained In Cincinnati last two New Orleans runs In the third Inning onlj- nineteen hatters faced McXiraw's slabman. In thn last six In nings the Pelicans sent only three men to the bat In each round. Stanstmry singled In the ekluli but wns Immedi ately eliminated fi a double plaj'. Assuming otilb- a haiidlcati at the beginning of the' game, the illants had to tight mi uphill battle. At the end of the third Inning the- were three runs behind. Tliey tied In the seventh, and but for ii doubtful decision In the ninth the game would have gone Into extra Innings. Most of the l.."0ft spectators came out to see Itenny Kauff, who was advertised in the public prints like a circus per former. Ilenny did not make a hit, but be scored the winning run after walk ing lu the ninth Inning and made three hard catches. Including a one banded clutch. MctJraw's Federal League talent fig ured prominently In the day's doings. Housh hit Kauff In with the big run anil made one catch (hat spoiled a pos sible home run. Hill Harideu contributed a single and a double, scored two runs i nnd displayed excellent Judgment In handling Tcsreau. ' Ueforo Tcsreau could get up steam ' the Pelicans were going strong. Stans- t burj thu first man up. toie off a two bagger and scored on a hit fly Massey, . who went to third on Kdmonson's single' and counted on a double steal. The urn- plre ruled that Dooln did not tag Masey at the plate, but tho redhead was so badlj spiked that he had to quit the game. ! IJIulim opened with a slnglo In the . second, but a double play stopped the ' Pellcnns. Ichen and Massey singled j with one down In the third, advanced on an Infield (Bit and scored on Sylvcs- ' ter's single. After that the Pi Ileitis i might as well hue batted with tooth- j picks. I Harblen got a run for the (Hants In the third when he singled and was I driven over the plate by Dojle. In the fifth Itarldeu doubled ami scoicd on a single by Hums. A double play stopped the Oiatits Just i a they tied the score In the seventh. Merkle made an infield hit and scored I on Fletcher's double. Fletcher advanced ! on ltluhm's. fumble of Itoush's grounder the onlj- error of the game and car-1 rleil in the needed rim while Karlden and Itoiish were being eliminated In the1 double, plaj". I The game was lot by nixie Walker. I who started In the eighth lie gave the game's only base on balls to Kauff In the ninth. Merkle grounded to Mnsxej-, who thought he made a double play, but I the umpire called Kauff safe at second base, claiming the Inflelder missed the ' base as he ran oer It An Infield out ' put Itenny on third and Itoush's clean hit to right field scoied him, The score' NKW YORK. NKW Oltl.KVNS e .iti ti ti s ab It ! a Hums If l . ,i o M.in-n rn 4 ; n j 1 1 I 0 hen.ef 4 I 2 ,i 1 c 'Ma-5-. 4 ; (I il 2 0 0 Kilninrii. u.rf (lie 2 It , c Mliest.rJf 4 1!i, : 0 i,'ln.iii,i..ti o i 1 1 .' 1 0 lliiihiii.lb .: t l: 1 n 1 (i (i liehrrrj e :i " : : : 3 olsiintli.p. ; il t : i 3 e Miller. I (i i llo)le.;b . Iibert.nb lf.iun.ef.. M.rMe.lb. KW elirr.su itntih.rf.. Iiooin.e . Itarnlen.e Te "reiiu p. . i . Wallier p iv ,i o 0 Totals si ? 13 Total- 27 16 t tl.itlr.1 for Smith in the wcmli tnninr. I New York . n I e. 1 rt ; n i , New Orleans j e ft ft n ft i Hlin- Kailll. Merkl". Fletcher. It. m, I, ii ' S'lall'bllrv, Kx-iien Jtaasey J llillliu-s plli hcl I Itv siiutii, in vvnllier. . Ilun m ule- off , smith, I: off Walker 1. lilts apportioned i Oil smith. Two lie nil- xtnii-lmry, Mrrllle. Kiirhleu Fletcher Stolen h,ie xt.i.ey Ktloioiieon. Houli Struch out Ity , Tesreau. 3; hv Miuth : first has.- on halls I Itv Walker 1 First Iiim on error -New . Villi. I U'ft on h.li-es. New York. 3: New I Orleans : Iloiihle pl,u s Fletcher. Unite. I .iii-l Merkle-. Mnfy Knaupp ami llliilini: i llmisl. .nut .Merkle I'liipne- llollv Tun,' i i linn .' lii.inii i-s, , POWER FOR HARVARD COACH. ('opinio of Crew I ! e Vln lime to lilte nlborl. 1 VAlHIIIInif, .MUSS, A,l 1 ..t wu learned otllelally to-day that for some tlnio flic Harvard athletic committee has beep considering 11 scheme by which heir nfter III atlih lies tlie final power of authority shall lest with the head loaches of u. teams i.itlier than with thn i-aptaln.s, l-'or years this lias been the case uiiotllclnlly In Insehdl, foot ball, hockey ami track athletics, but In lowing the captain always has been su premo Willi the advent of Hubert I-' lleirl.-k as gradunln rowing roach a movement was started to make the conch all powerful in tin- matter of selecting the ineii who should row on the varsity clew. In older to do Ibis It was necrssnrj lo nicd Harvard's strong rowing tradi tions, and the matter has U-eu taken tli In the closed meetings nf the ath letic intmnilttcc for some time, No ihilnlli' action has 1 11 taken, but when It was learned to-day that the effort was being made to have tho conches control all the spoils the Harvard undcigr.idu ales wcic up in aims. April I -It Miss Seellmiinn Wins NIsHllnic Hilcf, At Hie Ice Pnluoe last night sMIm II, Siellgnniii won tho quarter mile skating II1111 bj two yauls from .Miss H. Ashe, wlio bad the lead up to Hie Inst hip. Tho lime was I minute ii l-.l ikvoiuIh, Thn Mathe'l M:,!,'l ,;,i uu fojij- (,s. f,.r oiie.elghth of a tulle by half a yard, In lilt si coiiils, Wluliiiiii Lose I'rro Mntchra. II. II. Wlgham lost two mulches yes trrdu In the Columbia I'ulverslty (iuh round robin squash lentils toui uametit. He was defeat, il bj Kn-dei Ick S, Keelrr al l.r, :, I. unit then lott lo 1. If. Cornell al Hi- 7, 1.'.-- 9. Onnle.Soiilnr Mulch I'liKlimiird, Tile llntilev-- I'll ii.Aiu.i.i'iiM. April I Snuiiir acquets milch which was schnl uled hme to.ila.v wns postponed until Saturday owing In llm irsiucsl id sev enil prominent clubmen who could not attend to-day. The two profesouits am red to the postponement. New Orleans; RAIN INSTEAD OF GAME GREETS RETURN OF YANKS First of Ante-Season Series at Ebbets Field Postponed Until To-day Capt. Huston Says Team Is Stronger Than It Was Last Year. Cold ami rain yesterday prevented tho Hrooklyn National and -New York Americans from playing tho first gamo of their ante-season scries for tho Inter city championship. Weather permitting this necessarily abbreviated champion ship will begin this afternoon ut Kbbcts Field. Tho Yonkees arrived early yesterday mornlirg from Wheeling, W. Vu., primed for ii real tussle with Wllbert lloblnson'a team. The Yankees took the measure, of the ledgers In a similar series u. ear ago and Manager lionovnn Is conllileut bis men will repeat and throw a scate . ...... . nun .MI'UUW K UahtS. i-, which they will an extra day, but reached hern a ll!tiln of hours behind his expensive team. Tlio captain, as well as Manager Donovan and Seout-Coaches Joo Kelley and Duke FarreJI. are enthusiastic over the show ing made by the men during the training trli. "The team," said Capt. Huston, "sizes up much stronger than that of cnr ago. There Is a future to this array. J-ist spring thetc wus little but hope, now there l real promise. Frank Maker nnd l.ee M.igee. veterans, have lidded unquestioned offensive and defensive strength. There are manj- joungstcrs who have measured up above expecta tions, Frank Gllhootey appears to 1 a , real unci In the outfield. (Jedeon, at second base, has more than tilled every , requirement There arc so many tine 'looking joung pitchers that it will bo I hard for Donovan to trim down to a minimum. Hut I liaxe been In baseball long enough," c-outluued the captain, "to realize that with jouug material spring Hues do not alwajs furnish the proper gauge. 1 shall.be greatly disappointed greattj fooled If the club does pot prove crj muJi stronger than that of lt'lS. "We lme made Improvement in every department. The outfield l well bal anced both offensively and defensively It possesses exceptional tqieed. Peckln paugh has l-cn hitting brilliantly for the tlrst time In his life. We have a couple. KAHANAliTOKU HERE FOR A SHORT REST lltiwaiiiiii Swimmer Devi New Koiitc From Pacific Coa to Cliiciioo. cs Duke, Kahanamoku. the Hawaiian I swimmer who Is making a tour of the Tinted States, appeared unexiK-etcdly at. the headquarters of the Amateur Ath-1 letlc I'nlon jeterday for a ovnference with Fnilcrick W. Hublen. chairman oft i the championship committee. He was accompanied lv A A. L. Commissioner ! lluu llVm of Honolulu I Hawllns of Honolulu. ixauauiuuoMi win nave 10 no sunt smart wotk in travelling to k ep his engagement to swim 111 a special I ale at . oii.'S" """" in-.... mer left last night with Itawlms fur Hrlilgenirt and Is due to take the Twen- .,.,.1, iwiin- I.liolt...! fills ..fl..l-Iio,m 111 order to reach Chicago in time to coin - o I pete In the Illinois A. C. race. l-rooi Cliu-.-iL'o Kahanamoku will go to Pittsburg for the 10n yard chamiiionshlp ? d the A. A F. Tile oi.ly N'.-w York swimmer l.e will meet in the title race Is Fred C.inn. the Hamilton Institute .schoolboy, who also Is a mi-mher of the I New ork A C C.inn recently won the .100 yard Junior chamiiionshlp In r." Junior championship In l,., i-,, In that race he threw away ,e of the turns and lu a trial rx'il tlio 1"0 y.irtN In S3 3-S j seconds, . iMc- on one later turned S I nei-.mil s which fs K-tter than the tiresent I miinl. Vollmer. who bus m.iile n hliri.' leputatlnn as a swimmer this winter. , unable to take the trip to Pittsburg. PRINCETON CANCELS GAME. I'nii'l I'lny Holy I'rosii To-dn. Iinl Mn licet I'rirdliniii To-inorroiT. PitlNCKTriN, N J , April 1 Owing to tlie recent Inch-mint ,vcather and the consequent soggy condition of iishonie lield tin baseball game between Prince ton nnd Holy Cross scheduled for to morrow has l en cancelled. It Is still hoped that Hie grounds will be In good enough shape to allow the game with I'orilhaiu to be played Thursday Itepeate.l rains have maried the prac tice of the ti inn the last few days and Coach Clark has been compelled to keep the men In the cage, The coach Is now working particularly 011 developing a strong nut Held combination. ,t picsint Hov t at centre seems tu be tlie only man who Is at all sun- of his position. Ham- 1 1110 ml, l.ec, Keating and Coiy nre light ing for Hie two other places. HOT SPRINGS RACING RESULTS. Tlrst ltiire - I'.ir four .venrs-nhl un. I up wiinl, Felling; ,.irre lino. in., and 11 half fUllollgN llllt.lcoii II, II'.' ll'.i..terl, It I.. 1, I to f. ..lid '.' to tlrst, Yauiplre, ton Kl'lllh lll. K to I, 'A to I I -ft to -J, o-conil; Hehitgo. I oti inherit. .". to t, s lo .-, unit 4 lo ;,, third, Time. 1 ;os I Mlltuii lt,.h l,e. Si-ra,.el, Mi.d.Hto llo. The Wnlf, Ida Splw-y, Hi-lour nnd Snn.k- li.m abn run. Second ItiH-s l-'..r three-j, iir-ohl" and upward, purse lino, live and a half fur Iotiks Itntliia, III 1 W'ii rrtneton) . s to I 1 to 'J and I to .,, Ural, I't.ele .lll.imle, 1111 1, -moieri. 1 10 1, i 1.1 ,. iuh a 10 ... sei'iiii.l. I.vii.t.ira. n.'t il.tkel. If. t 1. II in I iindlnard tt in 'I. tlilr.t Ttiue. tin" 4 5. n.nple. lln.,i o.ilr, Ml-s rriiuces, liiHiirerut and llidllslrf also tail, 10.10 11 . ,'..i- iiir.-e irir-.nilH iiii.i up- ward, s.'llliii; p.ir.n Mfioj e m In nnd .11 sIM.-enth lilliiHiiy, In l.-sillllllltl. 1 10 1. , rl 10 .. ami out, tlrst .C,,llt.lgrHtlntl. lit I 1 vv arriiiun.iii. to 1. 1 10 ., a-. .1 ..ni. s,-, mid, I1.I111 liriiliMin, tun tl I'm lent, 'J to 1, I i r, and out. third Time, 1:47 4.,-,, 1.1 M-.d. an.! .Murine I r., Fourth llm e lliiii.lh iip for thrreji-nr nhls nnd iip 11. 1, puis,- train, slv furlongs Vliirs CasHldy. Ito niherll. .', to I, K to ,', and .i to ilrit, le.ftns, it.", ni'lirh 11I, tl to 11 V and I lo '. seenniti I ir Larrlek, I '-'.', iMiirphj). it lo r,. I lo a unit 1 to Ililrit Ii in.-. lii:t I-.".. K.nfhiiKe Kiel .Mitiirth-in I'erci iiImo ran Fifth lime For thiee-sear-uhls and up ward: Milliig; nurse I lint; one mile ami emity jiinls 1'nlrly, nil inhert), h to :: to ', and I to .i, llrxt i trlulnutor, I lo 1 1 1' Mule ill.') I. 1 In I, to . Hint II to s,e. nnd, Cotebrliy, lo:t is. rarnill), lu to 1, 4 to I and B lo I. tlilr.l. Time. I.-III -J York I. id, Tiijlilu-e, Mils-, Middle, lilooirr, Anna llniel, l.achls and .Vtiirnar also ran sinh Hue ',.r line,- 1, in , .his ami up wi.r.1 eelllug; purse lino; one mile and evenly Mllds I'nllsnler, tll'J U, t'lurnllf, tl 1, 1 I. H to .', and .i m ;,, tlrst; Hev.ily .lame., toil nt. I'Mrrnlll, I,". to I, f. to 1 mii.I J to I, second; Slaiiley H lit (ll'llrhn), a to I, even and il to f, third, Thin'. l :4o I a. Blnat, Barf tlavla and Kllduy alio ran. . Rain Prevents Game Between Yankees and Dodgers of reliable left handed pitchers to out tho right banders, of merit, heli and Alexander and .Walters are two young catdiers -who liave shown few faults so far. t Isdlevo the strength of material Is there. It remains to bo seen If the collective tcmiH-rnment Is mivli as can be welded quickly Into one harmonious whole. I think It can. "t iiiii satisfied with what the boys have shown mi far," said 11111 Donovan. "I think Impravcmoit has been made In practically every position, linker. Mngee, Ollhooley and Oedion will prove a for mldablo quartet of stickers If fortunate enough to escape serious Injuries. Our defence has been Improved Just as much as our offence. Our aggregation should be a team of rare, hitting power and un usual spcid. 1 iiiii not worried a bit aliout the pitching start. We have plenty of competent twlrleis. Nunamaker, the veteran catcher, has Impiovcd greatly over last season's form. Alexander and Walli-is are joung men who may be de pended upon to Improve Vlth experience. "1 am somewhat disappointed with this wcuthtr, Donovan continued Ili.t iiui Is part of the break. I do not believe tho Yankees wilt suffer greatly fiom the change of climate. We found It rather cool lu Macou. Throughout our tralhlug this spring we wn- preparing for Just such leather as this. The mid raw at mosphere will not set us back so much ns It will the teums that enjoyed warmer weather at their training camps." The ltallroad Y. M. C. A. offered Donovan tho use of Its gymnasium for training purposes in case the weather continues too rlgoroim for outdoor piac- tlce. lu case of a protracted deluge It Is likely that the Yankees will ask per- mission to ne tho old Twenty-second Iteglnietit Armory nt Sixty-seventh street and Hroadwaj-, which is spacious enough for the big yqu.ul to perform on ,i illit floor. I.at night Donovan .Hid bis thiity three athlete were guests of Charles Dillingham at the Hippodrome. Agnes MrC.irthj-, the smallest member of the "Hip Hip liooraj-" company presented Home Hun llaker with a bat. The syndicate which ! trjlnc to force Fred Fulton on the New York fight fans has selected Al Itelch as the first .sacri fice A promising bantamweight match ha been arranged for to-night by the Pioneer Spotting Club. Pal Moore of -Memphis will box t.-ii rounds with Ilenny McCoy of H,iltmior. FAVORITES LOSE AT BOWIE. Cireeilnus mid Wnl.-r l.llj Onl First ( holers to Win. W.VSIUNOTOS-. April . Four favniltes were beaten to-daj at the Itowl. track, and us a tesulr' foim plajris lecilved a eveie Jolt. (Jieetings In tile until evitit, a l furlong d.ih, rewaided her backers by Ixatlng IMIth Itaiimau lu n great drive in the .-tieteli. Hob Kedtl. Id. which was In.ivilj pl.ijeil. closed up fast In the ttiml drive old lamled third uioiu.v. Water l.ilj-. In the fifth, was another favorite to run true to fotm. She won by a head from Supreim." 1 1 ii.miiai inn had enough left to capture third lionois fiom Handful. ( he final event, a -illltig race at one mile and twenty yards, wa captuicd by Hairy Lauder, which piovnl to he the good thing of the day The suinma. n-s : i I lr: II - l',r four vir M ml up " , S"?. n ' "''''" 1'irioiit.s ll' . 10;' I .Molllll ill. . $ K 50 :in, 13 90 'won. II l. ll.nsr. ten i Forehand t:.m,0 ' ami i. mi. if, m i .vm-ioi. IK tj Mi Tag I gr . t. s n-irrt T in- I Iievi' i ." J-lii'r'"1. . "'lr "i.e. A.U M'll I're.fa J.ilinsnii : ....... M ,., ,. . .. .rs. r.it. I- iitiil lip turli.nps , seotiii K.c . -,,r f.iur -,ir t 'ward. eini. i mi one half I sir Dyke tr, i vn-li rs.ni .. v . n .o ami II in ami ? ll . .Ali.lV 1 1 1.'. I.Met.Hlfl 1 itnr-1 Time. l':,i: li'rlt.i'i.ie n-l. True ( .1.,. k II mover. Suleget ..II I Tile I,.,rl. u s. r-" riir,l;Jtg, , M an .in-, r i ur nil" .,ir inn-. s; ilreefo.iE 1 il.', I At.tltlitHlti I I I 1ft and 'io. won. Itihiii ii..iitn.,n lift i .vnitiru-e i to Hn.l lt e. ,,i,. n.n, i ''in-ui. u. u vn-1 ku-im 13. thlr.l J',--J : ' .Vj,,,!1 a nd'Tlp.aphV":, ran ' rmirih Hare- fr tlireel,eir-ol, nnd I ' I mirih Itare- Fir tlireel,eir-old and I '"'.""V 'i-""."; '"'. ""e-liatf fur'niie. ; K.ft"" wn,,. WeVnr,r.",Vi iMrtr.ilf U'.Tt) utnl fj.no. i"mihi... .Turd 1 m-Miih. Ill illiivtoni, :,ft third. Time. i :i i j. Duke r I TrMi.vill li.r, rnn - .1 15 "ike of llllllbar It'll- .mil I riftii Ittir Tor lhr-f.ir tuvi up ! VV liter l.iiv. Ill (Sihiiitlnseri 3 si 13 tn .and l-'.'.n, wnn; supreme. 1 07 rrutiel ii; and 17 30. .c, mid. Iltiinlll itl.-n. till 1 lltiv i-ni 3 i third Time I ::t ; ;.. Hand In! ttalrsw In'.he. I.llv urine 1, ml T.uk ii: ran svth Itio-e- t-'nr four ve.ir-.il.U and up ward, seltlng. one mile nnd twentv v.inl" Serviceiice. ft; illrnwtll. fy.3'i. $3 ,i,l and i: Id. w.,:i; licrr.ir.l. tl.' 1 llallmiini 13.tr. and 13 30 sei-otid. Itti li.ir.l l.angdon 11. (.1 .VI-Tnemrt' .'.ft third Time 1 I', . .'. To-u llaniock 1111. 1 Nannie Mc Iiee ,1 so ran Seiemli lt.i-e 'r four j ear ohlfl and upward selllnc, one nitle , and twenty v.ints llariy I. under, IIK 1.1 JteTnggarti. I'. .Hi. 13.3.1 and l: in. wnn l.ilterp,-. lit I lleiiiilsoii 1. (131 and S3, second, Kneeiel in; iVteAleni. 3 Mi. third. Time I . I ". Afters!". Itc hourne. Y.ilns. Muxauti aim Satiirnuif n'.so run TO-DAY'S BOWIE ENTRIES. Fust Itais- Millie.-: Hire.-year nl fa; file and .1 hall llilnti , l.l lll.'lslrt- . tin I toad l'ollllel. Ii Slillirllie . il. Me,ea i II. of the Uilchen I'd Huh ItedftcM.. US, Suittlsli Knilhl .. I'd I sreoiul Knee Silliu:; tliire yrnr olii and lipu.ir.l; m furloiias Ar.ini) IP'. No M, mater. . .. 113 I lli.b It 11.1 li'iliMlou . .. 113 F.I VV.-l.s Ill 'llllhe Ihhbs... HI Carl.iveroeU . ... .,' '('....ilia .. .. im I Third Itair Sellm.-. thir- ear olds ami up I u.ir.lr sit fiirlon.s. JtoiSlec.il . I'll 11con ... . m I Heinle! lirKitidi-rtou tav IV.- ... l-M.Kililh Olg.i tin l.i (c . . ... 1") I'iiiii, tie p,) I Fourth Ita.i- The Wooilard llan-licnp: HilH' jear old" an t upward; ell I lirl (11114 h . ; tint-nul l . ... II.' I'lemimiuiiin .. in.t liliiaiulng . 10. .Iii-lt,- Wrlsht 1ft. 1 ,.,1 on 111, 1 . -, sillies saion e't fifth Itin-e sellmz; four vi-ar nlrl and m.. one tulle ami .1 sivteenth, J.il.nt , ,. ttr ll.ii.j Hiih.ird l.aii.iliiu tiV, Hlvei 'Jllke Cohen l(v M. Sister. . ' lime Waters siil. 11 w lint- 11,. ..i.i ... ,. alll, ',,'.,, ',,',' i.V" """ i',i,i. ,,f 1 ,,iiili.,r llo'lirv-id 1.1; l.iuiihs Tall.. . . l'M,L'.i,i Pan illii.-i Hue.- irar oM and twr-iity jrard: h'-i vi r Wiirrrn . I'" llcllitct .. n.:'M.ir.-ani Miise Pit I..11I.111 pi-i j'restoii I. tun Seienth It.ice iiliwuiil: one niite l.iiitironU .. . M.'ulljhuiik li.iiilKirou.'li 'baintioo Cat o' Nine Tails Apprentice allnnaiiee el.iiineil I'rlnceloii (iuh I'lnii-r, win. The I'rlllcelon Chili .lcleatc.1 th v.iln iiiii 111 no impromptu sipuish tt lr.,s sirles itslerilii' ut the I'rliiceiou ch, three iimlchcH to mit IiIiir. The vIcIhiioih 1 I'l'ineeloii 10, -li wein John Tajlnr. lu ll It, .Mlvsell nnd II I'aesiii'' Tnyni siohsI the llrst Iriumpli for llm Tlirer-t li ilercallis; A, .1. Cordier ill strnlu Kunies nt la II, I,, lit M.xse.t iils.i won 11 siraiKhl kihih- lualch, het. IliB It. I'ieice fit 15- 1.1, IS IS, hut It tool. Cuesar three emnei lo dispose nf Ur. McUuiro at S 15, 166, is 16. ROCKAWAY HUNT IS TO RON EXTRA DAY Vetoriui Orprnnfzatlon Takos Over Moot Si'liodulcd for Mritdow Hronk. 1MCH PIMZKS OI'T till til) Thn Hockaway Hunting Club, one of tho earliest promoters of cross-country racing for amateurs, will open tho season of 1916 at Hewlett Hay Park, Long Isl and, on April 20. Other meets will fol low leading up to tho regular racing season, which will bo set In motion at Jamaica on May 18. In addition to the meet oi Igln.illv fdieduled for April 'J tho llockawav Hunting Club will hold a second day of raclii(- on the following Haturdav. M.iv nt Hewlett Hay Park. Long Island. Tho latir ilato was assigned to the Meadow llrisik Ktceplechase Assoc'a tlon, but this organization lias decided not to hold a sprlntr meeting this season. A formal sanction fur (be n,l,t...i .l,ii will bo given In a few dajs by the limits , Committee of the National Mleeldeebus.. 1 and Hunts Association. The application fnr mi ..vie,, .lu. t. .......I. III,, , m.. .in- n-.-utl il u oxjnitc Assurance that sufllcleiit entries inoiuii ue lonucomitig to inae a suc ... - .. ; j cessful two day meet. It also would seem to prove that this Is to bo a ban ner season ror amateur thoroughbred racing. A programme of six- events for the second day's racing Is being nreoared in i icoige v. (hill, the racing seeretarv and will be u-ady hy the end of the , week. Three of the events will bn steeplechases nnd three run on the Hat. '-ffoits aie being made to include among "e former a race for the Meadow Hrook 'uni cup, a long established iiu-l '"oious siccpiccnaso classic, which was 'Jn,t raced for In 1RS3. The programme for tho lacing on April '.'9 was recently published. F.ntrles for hnib III close on April 10. i William Morris. New York: 13.", pound Amateurs have proceeded tills year on , hiss. Tommv Murphj-. Kansas City, a more pretentious scale than ever bc-j ITS fsjund class. Patrick McCarthy, fore and the outlook nt present Is that i Itoxbury : heavy weight class. Carlo Arm the meeting of the t'nlted Hunts schd- strong. Hoston. men inr lieimnnt Park Terminal on I May 13 and 17 will be the bluuet tbliny! oi us Ktnil ever held In America. Tin gruwlng Interest In amateur sport of this character Is shown In the Incre.i-e In -trmliership of the l.'mtcd limits Haiiiig Association. Fiom ton on J.m. ii.il j 1 the association has swelled In melnlh is dp until at the latent leport there w.ie lvrt organizations in l.ne. Tlie tlrst step toward aildlug In th lmpoitar.ee of these tltute was taken early in tie ,..ir when the members of th Fnlteil Hunts subscribed to a i ;."..iinii guarantee fund In siipnoit of Itie spilng iinrtlllg. As usual plate w ill j pl.ij a pin miieiit part in the pilzcs di-l Iriliit..,!. but the guarantee fund made it possible to offer $1.1. .",0(1 In f..r tin. thirteen events to be run off on the' two das of the Helmont Terminal tl- tine. Tin- l.aiiner event will be fa.. Ireat I'nited Hunts Steeplechase, which will be run on the Hist day of the meet-1 Il g. For this chase Ki.'Min N nffend. i the biggest a.Otint ever put up for a' race at an amateur meet. i M u prominent In social and bu-liies .-'nies ni. on the roster of the Fi:.-,li Hums and ever) man has ,,,,,e ).i shale for the continuance of ia-,ng n, .NVw York State. A few of the leiding, meuil-ers are : I I I.. At. Illet, in. 1 .-itlreni-.. An- i gusi Helmont. vv . Could Hrnkaw (' 1 K. ell IV i! Hillings. John McF. Howman. II i. li.-n. neitiar.i ,M. llaruch. J 1 ill. ciiana-i iirauy. Aiiilin. F. "l.ti I;. I Cirin.tn w It. i Vie. Paul n ( : f ath. aosepii r. imvis. will am nupoiit. A J V Deverenv. Hobert A Fa rbalrn P.-t.i n deir.v liobert I,, ilerrv ,1 Temple (iwM'huiej Thomas FPii h -n. k I'l. r-e i.nn lam. i n-ieri i l.ewiolm (' H. Mi .1 ence United I IN ' Chain 'Trul One of thai Fi BOXERS FALL THROUGH ROPES. Double Tumble Kiuls Welnert- I'ljnn Boot In Tenth Ilnnnd. Tho ten round bout between Charley Welnert and Porky l-'lynn at tho'Hroad way Himrtlng Club. Hrooklyn, last night came to an abrupt end more tbun a minute ahead of thn scheduled time and never will be Mulshed. With u little inoio than sixty seconds renminbis 'Welnert lu rushing Kljnn backed Porky (against the ropes Willi such force that fastening. Flynn fell backward head foremost Into tho laps of several writers, v.hllo Welnert turned a complete somer sault. Fortuimtcly neither was Injured, The referee wisely halted hostilities right there. Welnert had clearly outpointed Flynn up to tho time of tho accident, but Flynn Is about as tough as they come and weathered Welnert's full placed blows well. Time after time Charley would hrlnir opr the right hard to the face or Jaw when Flynn seemed to be wearying, but Porky always covered well. Flynn seemed In a rather bad way at the end of the seventh lound. lie realized then that he had to score a knockout to win. In tho eighth Porky stinted wild haymakers In the hoie of stopping Welnert. One of them almost cloed Welnert's left ej-c. NEW YORK BOXER BEATEN. Illcell l.tisrs lu lr-r In Final of ION round '! nt Boston. Hosto.v, Mass., April 4. Semi-final and final bouts in tho national amateur bcxlug championships kept n throng of spictutors at Mechanics Hall until a late hour toqilght. Tho first title to be de cided was In tho 10S pound class, Tom Darcy of Hoston, tho New Ihiglaud champion, taking national honors by de feating Issy Wlescl of Provldsnco In thrte rounds. Darcy reached the finals b getting the decision over Oeorgc Ktcell of New York lu a clo.se affair. One of the finest mtMip of the eve ning was the semi-final go between Hoy Kelton of Kansas City anil Kugene Hrosscaii of Montreal In the 1 1." pound class. Hoth boys fought haul, hut the Canadian had a shade and got the d"- Others winners were: 11.". nound clam. lit..,, ivi.,,. v..... vn,L-. i"-. nnnn.l i-l.m. COLUMBIA MAY PLAY TO-DAY. XVrnther Permll tlnic. C. C. V. V. .Nine Will Mrc nine nnd While. If the weather permits, Columbia will open Its base'iall smson this afternoon with City College, on South Field in the tlrst of the games among the local col leges that w 1 determine the ciiy chain pionship. Judging from scores of past seasons Columbii docs not expect milch o-Iiltlon from the C. C. N. Y. chin, although the strength or the Ulue ami White nine Is ill doubt. No practice was held vcsteidoj . but Don Heck, the southpaw, wanned up with lioodmuti. -a substitute catcher. Heck probably will Mait this afternoon, "lioeniiiUer ( Vlny To-nlitht. J. Howard Shoemaker, national ama teur icket tillllard champion. wlU go so P.-idgcport, Conn, thl. afterr.o.m In company with Cecil M. Munoz. a ilub-mat,- of Ills hi the Amateur lillli.ud Club of New- Yotk. to let Omiiei tl. ut niliusi sts s.e Jut what -i leal ihampion looks lilx. He nnd Miinoz, who finished third in the recent national champlnnhip tournament at the .Vhvv York Athletic (lub. will play at the Algonquin club of HrMgepurt to-night agalnt local amateuts Webb ie. Ilnie Hiiro ii en ne; , I'.-istov. pi-d 4 -n (' lUt try i'Iu.i has c-ios,-i n Warren II Weill,, .in Kli: Hiae Hum iinitract with I'sh golf pro- fesslon.il. ti till Hi,- vacancv- llse, l,y thi resjnaion of Mex. ..irlve heie on Fridaj lts. He will Sturdy Marching Feet for Your Automobile A soldier can march as far as his feet will let him. Like a soldier, the feet of an automonfla must be carefully shod. An automobile no matter how ood it will give satisfactory service only if it has the particular tires adapted to its particular uses. That is why there are five United Stntes 'Balanced' Tires a tire to meet every need of price and use the only complete line offered by any one tire manufacturer. One of the five is made for your car made to give you the lowest cost per mile Atk tin ntartst United States Tin Jecier for yoar copy of tho booklet, "Judging Tinrt, " ahieh telU how to ehooeo the particular lire to eart yoar need. United Stattslire Company Nobbjr 'Cluln' 'Uaco' Ror.ICord' "INDIVIDUALIZED TIRES" VETERAN HACKNEYS COMMAND HIGH PRICE Lntl.v Dillijim mill tiliriinl hj. hum Mi-ill"; KI.HIHI nt Auction. Old wonders of the .Mow put on sale at Durliiiuis ,- brought irnwiknbly good pr , . Polo mounts ami hutiti-i t Hon of the sale wus the pi . paid for the champion In, ,t, Dllhani and HU-gaiit Dllli.i i.. Constance Vnuclaiii of I'liil.m, , spile of the fact tint l..nl i years old and her in.il oi v Milliliter the pall lllspl.iveil ., ml I I Mil) l.idv M ' I ' I. r i i I nrc wncn trotting ai-outiil lie inu Dcnotii ()f ,,rKc. , . , perlf. .Miss V.uicj.iiii was in tin . the moment Auctioneer c.i asked for bids, and It , McCully, acting for :iin.iii. . d I. who kepi the bidding sp.i ti I i A'miclalii III .illy Ki ,. , , , duel, Tile Dllham m!i- f.,. ., , or the lonsiunim m of , Clean, who Is making io..n , foi a tiuinher of newly linpi.,,, , , Another old favor.te '-. .1 t . Clean was Nala, chanip.ni u , his day, mid who went .M i. W. I I.t 1 1 1 ii i:i n. for u'iiiiii . . "ses. M i'h chief successes, and for t n- ii ii k ox -,ii". .sumo e.-el. ,t i,., ., H.ulilleis also were sold K r August Helmont i out ui, , good sdo mounts ami in, . . llirougli their paces by ,.,, , son of the consignor ,, tin- up f world and ,i, . ,j , the show ring won- ,i, kh B atteudeil the sale, mi ml 1K C, Vnnilerbllt, II. I,. ., i'Iea. W. I.. Pnmi-s, I. s Charles A. Hauiloliie, II S J. Campbell Thotiipsrin i ' A. J. Keating. Join, M ; Thomas J. licg.ui, I: . Koch, II, K. IHoodg mil. i llllline, S, K. Jaiob-., Aug i-i I. I; I, I: .reward cnr.v. An hi.. i Id v U J. foils and dull ,ntho v Tlie horses which luotigi t prices : POI.O .VtOI'NTS. Pltlil-KItTY i IIIII.JIONT Wade, h g. aged, 11 lleeK.ui 'rltlc. ch g., tv s c.i-i itreybfiiin.l. cr g. hkc-I s H I'nllface t, is. HUlll. .V P ee . (loldell Plover, til HI. I" F I l :t ia. b. in . r j )',,. Vsiuplre, t, iii ,ti-el. s flr t A l ,fs Lariiy crl-tnlM-l. h- m ng- t i-ree.e Lola I, ni , Factor -I.-iii CONSIIiNIIII j thoro'is-iu i e 1 y like, F .1 II ira II Y litANlls Mr HttUVVN in AM Anna rid, U-ee;. r illrt c - h. Ill ! 1 '. h-ii VI A-, li v Vamfki. Iiaii Is, I, . II"! Vv H.I.nTIA CONS II i.V Lit i Charltoii. hunter Ii. g '. is 3 lm- ,., hv Mahonie-, Oenree fl, ri nni ,. f.( l1lNSIIiM:t IIV A II l'i ISDI.N, lligl" llird. eli k.. T. I,', hind", saddle In, rue; l,m la-ahy ONSKJNKIl HY COW AltH II M :.K VN. Nala. h am d. 15 3 bar. 1- ., m, ploll gle llor-e. ,1. VV. llairltiH-i f ) I.iidv lillli.iin. I.r. in.. U-. H ;is iutil nun i;iegant im;iihhi. hr g.l i '. ha i. d. oatiipiuii uackney p. Mies , oilstao, m Valn-lMlo. I -'ir Itmvtnn. uMler. ch. ir , hands. ,v t'psnn Ititvel,.,, hunter, . ti, g , s. 11 . h n i A. II Waring 11 ,d AI .1 r tin '. tuin-.r 1, g, ; 1- hands It. Iiurence Sinltli. Wiisp. hlk-h Jumper, h. g . nged. ! hunds; A .Vlejer Siniheiiiu, hunter, h. ni., j, 16 hr W. F. ll.le l.T' i: in Mum llentft Cooli-r Ihisfli. Jo.ph Stone, New York s t, live in the Interstate Three Kill ard l.'.igue, defeated Hn o' Ini'.atiaiMihs, president nf i . in Thnm's las' n-s'" "-a t "' made tan illi-s of f,, the ' ni.ii' on the s ty-tlft i Fl" atne Coolers best rue was t PUin'