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THE ,SUN 'AND,, NEW. YORK 'HERALD, THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1920.
1 huge iplnnalwr. mainsail blloonr n runnin aown 100 ut-'cTn DOln closer Into-Mw wind than 'Mn the Biuunroc. . - - . .-M I nrv n I niL fwbrfc- .he led the Irish IM at uio outer mark, fifteen nitlejj to wlndwartl ox the start, by a jiuarter of !a .mile. with her neater reread of canvouW a am-a a nit rfnwn ana flruuiy obliterated that ahort quarter of mlto leatJ, bat she hs to run n- - tera miles before ehe was atU to do the t trick. Handicap 9fUm I rraUed. That, boat for boat, the race ended In . ht unon flawed time waa Cited In New York Yacht Club circles as demon.tratlne the scientific P"1'10" f the system under which auch effeetlYO handicapping la achieved, PoMponcment signal flown from Ui commltteo boat In the hope of a better breeze delayed tbo atari 01 in -the llko of which It U riven to few yachtsmen to sea In their Ilfetlmo from noon until 1 o'clock. Though the morning houra had hinted of another day of light and baffling aire, certain of the weatherwleo fishermen oft the Hook had predicted fair breetas In the afternoon. Their rorecaar wnn cotcd. By 1 o'clock there had crept out from the southwest a steady cur rent of air, which was perceptibly fresh ening and under the mpulse of which challenger and defender were gliding to and fro to windward of tho lightship, not yet rapidly, to bo sure, but sedately and steadily, like sentinels on patrol The observation fleet was tho most meairo of the week. There wero not nearly so many private yachts follow ing the mm as on previous days. Even Mr. Morgan's Corsair, which was at her poet throughout the day, had u much smaller complement of guests aboard than usual. It looked ni though yachts, men of tho clubs centring In New York already had conceded tha Cup to Sir Thomas. If such there were who thought the right wag all over, and who had seen enough on Tuesday, when Shamrock won her victory, they prob ably will regret all their lives that they failed to follow the raco which men who love the salt sea will talk about for many decades. Fifteen minutes past the noon hour the naval dirigible C-10, destined later In the day to become a wreck, came gliding along out of the amoke screen and the curtain of morning hare. She was seemingly In One fettle as she soared and ducked "and poked her sli vered nose above the racing yachts while they manoeuvred around the red light ship In the freshening breexe. The biplanes and the monoplanes were In evidence as usual, though not In such largo number. Like angry hornets they darted hither and yon,' sometimes cut ting capers too close to the observation craft and the naval guard ships for comfort, and occasionally charging bratenly directly abovo the cup yachts at an elevation of only a hundred feet. It ml Ilnttle of Skippers. With the course laid south by west the start came at t o'clock. Then en rued the battle of the skippers, the de tails of which are described In another column. The Resolute In her windward work demonstrated the truth of all the best things her friends have said of her. When the two yachts had fought their way, hammer andtongs, to a point just off the Atlantic Highlands, the Resolute had not only the windward gaugu but ohe had worked ahead of the Irish yacht. As Burton went on the starboard tack, while Adams held to port, the rivals ap proached each other rapidly, and It was possible for the first time to estimate with accuracy their relative positions, fihamroek evidently expected to cross the 'bows of the American and blanket her. Capt. Adams let the green sloop come on until scarcely 200 yards separated them. Then he tacked right upon the iShnmrock'g weather bow, and, as he (went about, It was seen that he was leading tho challenger by several hun 'dred yards. This was the beginning of thf.sklp pers' duel In wlndjammlng, In '-wJileh .Capt Adams appropriated all tho hon 'ors. Once he had taken tho weather gage on the Shamrock he never per mitted the Upton craft to tack out from under his lee. Answering tack for tack the Boston skipper Increased his lead hy good headwork. Every time the two boats approached now It was clear the (American was gaining materially. With a wind, the velocity of which had Increased to 10 knots, white caps twere cresting every wave. Camp chairs tstandlns on the deck of the Scmmes, tone of the press boats, were bowled pver as she thrust her sharp prow Into the wind and followed the fast moving "yachts. Both the racers showed their lee rails under, while their crews clung In serried rows slanting on the weather rail, and spume bolted at the bows of each boat and beneath them from stom to stern. IUce Clrea a ncnl Thrill. If, as had been widely heralded. Shamrock IV. revels In Just that type of weather, die had a sallful of It yes terday as she bowled along, close hauled, off Long Branch and Asbury Park. Yet there never was a 'moment of that stirring beat down the Now Jersey coast, so close to tho shore that hotel guests could see easily this phase of the race, while sightseers afloat following the contest could ueo plainly the surf, driven by tho brisk wind, dashing high upon the beach, when the men aboard the challenger had not a perfectly good view of the stern of tho Resolute. At times, when the atakeboat was clearly In sight and tho chaso was headed directly for It, both sloops were heeling over so steeply that yachts men, remembering the mishap that tended Thursday's effort, held their breath and watched for something to snap or crash. But gear nnd tackle stoqd the strain bravely. The rivals rushed on toward the outer mark. At this stage of the race William Gardner, designer of the Vanltle, who sat on the deck of the Semmcs close abeam of the cup yachts, said that In none of the races sailed by the Resolute with tho Vanltle had he seen tho de fender bowled over so she showed so much of the radiant magnesium bronze of her underbody. The Irish craft, too, .though she seemed to stand up more 'stiffly, displayed her green underbody almost down to her keel. Tlfe sun, piercing through tho shore ward haze, tipped every whltecap with liver and flashed from tho mirrorlike meiainc Dottom or tho defender. The mils of each Craft, taut as though cut nut of old Ivory, cast thalr l fin rr raflnsv Uon over the sea's surface with some thing of the effect of moonlight Before ihe bow of each contestant a fountain of spray curved back, cascading, upon the wet deck. , Speedr Work on Itesolnte. From the bridge of the Scmmes Capt Norton announced the Rcsolute'a lead ever the Shamrock as. she ncared the turning buoy as 765 yards, or about one-eighth of a mile. The Yankee cham pion rounded handsomely and broke; out her spinnaker and her big ballooner.aa she straightened out for the sprint down the wind, carrying her mainsail to star board and her billowy spinnaker to port Shamrock circled round only about two minutes later, but her crow were much less sprightly in setting her big head ealls and her spinnaker for tho race home. As the tlghtseelng craft rounded the "bllrrp." which had foil.., every phase of the cflrllpr ,. .,.. ' dropped out of tho liaU I Picture and ap- patently returned to her hangar at the Itockaway Point Naval Air Station. No body in the race fleet Imagined she had uch -jirocuea, , EVpt for the fact 'that throughout fhe toward the finish lino the Irish ,j Windward Battle in A I f k f ( shncwsbukvV If 1 hoc, II - (i v ' i 3$ long V If ji .BRANCH y ' i ' ' I ' SHAMROCK- 1 Ji RESOLUTE 11 asbury park yacht steadily, though slowly, was cut ting di'wn the Resolute s lead, the lee ward leg of the race waa devoid of thrills until In the final half mile. From the moment the run down the wind be gan It was easy to see that Shamrock, though she might plod slightly ahead in the fifteen mile Journey, could hardly hope to overcome Resolute' time allow ance. Except for accident, It was the American's race from the moment who distanced her competitor In the wind ward work. But Interest was tense from the In stant It appeared the racers wero des tlncd to run across the line practically abeam of one another. Men stood upon tho decks of the sightseeing vessels spellbound. They could not talk until after they knew the outcome.. As the Irish sloop crept slowly ahead there waa i. moment wnelC she "was wholly behind tho white silhouette of the Resolute and, so to speak, In eclipse. Then, slowly, so slowly as to be almost Imperceptible, she crept out from the starboard beam of the victor, moving forward to make her final bid for prece dence Thore was "open water," as they say In shell races, and little moro beiwoen victor and vanquished when they slid llko twins across the goal amid such a bedlam of noise as drowned the hu man voice. Only by seeing that snen ordinarily staid and dignified were slap ping one another on the back and mak ing wild gestures could one understand that each was .oiling his neighbor how wonderful It all was and how we should never seo Its like again. , HUNDREDS WITNESS FALL OF DIRIGIBLE Continued from Pint rage. proper landing could be made on land with the blimp's bag in a partly In flated condition. All Hands Are Saved. The climb that began as soon as the accident to tho valves became known had taken the blimp to' an altitude of 3,000 feet from the 1,000 foot level from which she had been watching the chal lenger nnd tho Roaolute. Xow she had begun to fall agayi. More gas had been lost from the bag and, despite the fact that alt the sand ballast had been used, she continued (to go down. When the Rockaway station was directly below and she began to drop even moro rapidly quick thinking was done by tho officers. Simpson In writ ing about it said: "Evans stared overside at the field; then the rudder swung, and th airship, now tipping down by the head and sink ing fast desplto her roaring motors and the angle of tho lifting planes, turned out toward tho narrow bay. The corn mander camo climbing back again. "Throw over your batteries!' he called to the radio nan. With a knife slash the operator cut the wires and heaved the heavy box to the cockpit rati. It went hurtling down, to land it went hurtling down, to with a splash In the water. The sur- face appeared to uo leaping upward. The ship was dropping fast but there was little sensation save the rush of the wind. It was a swift glide down a steep slope. ' 'Life preservers!' Evans called above the dying roar of the motors as they were cut aown. The passengers began to struggle out or the parachute har ness in which they had been rigged tor safety's sake and the engineer leaned first to let .free all the gasolene In the tanks, then reached out the Jackets. "Foot by foot the slope of the fall steepened. Then; with a final rush, the nose or uie big gas bag struck water. the front end of the car plunged down into it up to the cockpit rail, a lurch shook her and the gas bag went top pling to one side. But the toll of tha bag was full an the stern of the car still rode above tho surface. "'Well, we're down.' said Kvans. 'Stick to the ship.' " They wero taKen off In boats from th n.ava! alr. tatIon- Then the work ?r..Ba'va?ln th8 enK'"e- what waa loff nf V. K V, 1 r to some of the officers 'at fh UnMnn the loss of the bag alone involves about 135.000. The engines and the radio set, If the latter can' be found, may bo salvaged, little damaged and -none the worse for the duckg in the waters ot Jamaica, Bay, S Yesterday's Race AMBROSE I.1HMTOHIP STA"KE BOA.T Time Made by Yachts In Three Races for Cup tjERE are the offica time rec " ords for the Gist three legal contests for the America's Cup: First raco (fifteen miles to windward and return). Elapsed Time. Turn. Finish. H. M. S. II. JI. 8, Shamrock IV. ...2 36 01 4 24 48 Resolute 2 52 14 Disabled. Second attempt called off; no race (triangular course, thirty miles). Elapsed Time. First Second . Turn. Turn. Finish. H.M.S. . H.M.S. Resolute 2 47 14 5 IS 01 Called Shamrock IV.. 3 38 28 5 40 14 off. Second Tace (triangular course, thirty miles). Elapsed Time. First Second Turn. Turn. Finish. H.M.S. H.M.S. H.M.S. Shamrock IV.. 2 12 40 4 10 41 5 22 18 Resolute 2 16 15 4 19 10 5 31 45 Thifd race (fifteen miles to windward and return). Elapsed Time. Turn. Finish. IL JI. S. H. JL S. Resolute 2 20 40 4 03 08 Shamrock IV.... 2 22 44 4 03 08 On corrected time Resolute won by her time allowance of 7:01. . $1.55 GAS HEAEING ENDS. The Public Utility Commission re served decision yesterday on the appli cation of the Public Service Gas Com pany for the establishment of $1.53 gas rate, after closing the hearing of tho case which opened last Thursday. 'Cross examination of fhe company's witnesses by counsel for more than twenty-five municipalities was com pleted. William S. Barker and Harry O. Whltcomb of the Public Service Gas Company were questioned concerning the cost production of coko oven gas. Ideas as to Safety Differ This is Ours: MERELY claiming that a bond is safe is easy. It's done every day. But proving it is safe is another matter. When an institution publicly pledges N every dollar of its capital and surplus to guarantee the safety of a bond that .is already safe as a deposit vault, believe us, that is Safety! And that is Prudence Bonds! y ' Backed by first mortgages on New N York income-earning real estate, paying 6, and guaranteed 100 secire, Prudence-Bonds are as fine t a security as can- be purchased. V.E PY THE :. NORMAL FEDERAL INCOME TAX Stnijor BookJei J-53 ReAlty Associates Investment corporation 81 Nassau St., New York Phone Rector 2181 162 Eenuen St, Brooklyn Phone Main 680 GUARANTY TRUST COMPANY OF NEW YORK, Truileei of This luue SOCIETY'S INTEREST IN RACES DWINDLES Fourth Day of Yachting: Events Attract Smflll Num ber of Spectators. H. P. 'WHITNEY HAS PARTY WHlys's Emerald Carries Sev eral Guests Highlander Does Not Sail. Business almost got down to the roa tlno of an ordinary day at the station of the New York Yacht Club at tho 'foot of East Twenty-third street yesterday forenoon so few In number were the parties that left that point for the outer bay to attend the third of the races for the ""America's Cup. Depression over the failure of Resolute to live up to popular expectations may have brought about the very evident lack of Interest nmonir owners of private yachts in the doings of yesterday and, then, there was the very reasonablo explanation that yachts men also are business men who. In these practical days, use their swift corfft for commuting purposes , between country places and tho metropolis. But, whatever the cause, there was only 10 per cent of the animation at the yacht club's station that had marked that Important point on previous racing days and the same want of life was evl dent at the neighboring dock at Twenty- fourth street, from which the New York Yacht Club's steamboat, Highlander," started each forenoon on the first three race days with about 600 members and guests on board each day. Yoaterday the Highlander did not go down the bay. Harry Payne Whitney was one of sev eral yacht owners who anchored their craft off the Atlantic Ya;ht Club Tues day night and he and his guests went to Sea Gatu yesterday to go aboard his power yacht Whllciway. Jtr. and Jlrs. John N. Willis had ar ranged to go nbroad on board the France yesterday, but the postponed de parture of the liner gave them a chanco to witness yesterday's race on board their steam yacht Emerald.- Their guests included tho Duchesse dc Chaul nes, Miss P'rances L., Sullivan of Phil adelphia. Jlrs. Chrysler. Jamea B. Clews. Francis Burrall Hoffman, Jr., and Jlr. Jncksoa Jlr. nnd Sirs, Willys will sail for Europe torday and will be ab sent several weeks." The Little Sovereign, Frederick W. White's steam yacht, which has been acting as a patrol boat, ran against tho local coal problem. While the few other parties wero getting under way from the station the yacht was tied up to one side of ftie basin awaiting the coal, that did not como until noon. She then got away. James Cox Brady, entertained ono of tho few parties that left the station on board, his steam yacht Atlantic. The Fordell and Concwago also started from tho station. NEW MEASUREMENT ASKED BY SHAMROCK Challenger's Plates to Be Ex amined in Dock To-day. There will be a romeasurcment of "the Shamrock before Friday's race, It be came Known last night. The rerjueit camo from the chnllcngor's representa tives and was made public by H. De Berkley I'nrsone, chairman of the re gatta committee of the New York Yasit Club. uie snamrocK nas oskcrt ror a new measurement, and It 1ms been docldi-d wt wvre Informed, to take down the hljr tnnsaii," .Mr. P.irsons said. "In this event tho handicap will be six minutes forty seconds, unless nnothcr change Is in In the meantime. Shamrock will be towed from Sandy hook nay to the yards of the Statin Island Shipbuilding Company and hauled out on the ways this morning. Sir Thomas Upton's representatives will in spect the lead plates on the bottom of her keel and at the same time she wl'l be scraped. When the rcmeasurlng will be none could not be learned. REAL TEST IN STIFF BREEZE. Liverpool Pnper Sn7 'Wind Fa vored Ilcsolnte In Secoml nnce Liverpool, July 21. Commenting on the result of yesterday's raco for the Americas cup, won by Shamrock IV., thjj Post eays the weather tho yachts en- countered was certainly of the sort for wwen mo iiesoiiue was designed? "In the circumstances," continues the newspaper, "Shamrock's win Is tho more significant. We should now like to see now tne yachts behave In a good steady nreezc. niai wouia do a test of sta. blllty and gear such as would almost in. cvltably be Imposed In British waters If Uie cup has to be sailed for here. Sham rock has now shown her dualities In a light breeze, and Sir Thomas Upton nas not mucn reason to rear a more ex acting test." Yachts Cover Third.Race in Same Time; Resolute Wins by 7 Min. 1 Sec. Allowance pOLLOWING is a nummary of the third race for the, America's Cup. Winner, Resolute.. Distance, thirty miles. Course, fifteen miles, a beat to windward and fifteen miles' free run before the wind, .South by West. START. Resolute 1:00:41 Shamrock IV 1:00:22 . FIRST MARK FIFTEEN MILES. v Resolute... ...2:20:40 Shamrock IV 2:22:44 , ' " FINISH THIRTY MILES. Resolute '.4:03:06 Shamrock IV 4:03:06 SUMMARY. s Elapsed time. Corrected time. HiM.S. H.M.S. Resolute , 4:03:06 3:66:05 Shamrock IV 4:03:06 4:03:06 Both yachto wero even on elapsed time, but Resolute won by I her timo allowance of 7 minutes VICTORY GIVES DEFENDERS HOPE Continued from Fittt rape. Ing. was not thrilling nnd first one yacht and then tho other seemed to liava tne advantage. Jib toDsalls were sent un In stops on each vessel, and Just beforo the starting signal was made at 1 o'clocK ueeoiuie took the starboard tack and headed about tast Shamrock, too, tacked, nnd hauling- the wind stood for tho Una near tho lightship end, and she crossed at 1 :00:22 with n baby Jib topsail Drum-n out and sheeted down. Ilesolute held further toward the committee's tug and gathering good headway sho hauled sharply on the wind and crossed at 1:00:41, or 19 seconds after the chal lenger. On this tack the two yachts were heading southeast and south. Resolute was leading in the direction In which they weru salting, with Shamrock on her weather .-uarter, a poor position, as Ilesolute waa spilling tho wind on the challenger's head sails. This was not to tho liking of those on the green yacht and In less than a minute aftor cross ing sho took the starboard tack and Ilesolute spun around almost with her. Resolute had broken out a No. 2 Jib tnnn.ill shortly beforo crossing, to which some of the experts objected, but it was doing well. WHcn the wind comes rrom tne west or south It la always well to get In .as close to the New Jersey beach ns quick ly as possible. The wind draws a point or more freer off the shore and while it mnv head a yacht on the port tacK It will let it up when It takes tho star board tack. Mr. Burton knew this, and giving the Shamrock a rap full ho let that yacht foot fast and the wind hav ing freshened a little she moved fast Rcsouto was pointing higher anu Bteadily ato her way out to windward. After half an hour of sailing the wind dropped and was patchy, but only for a few minutes. It backed about a point and let up the Resolute, giving thit yacht a Httlo luck, out was soon back again In Its original quarter ana men freshened again. Ilnce llecomca an Even .Thing. At 1 :50 o'clock Resolute changed her Jlbtopsall for u small one. Up to that time it was qucsuoname ir sue coma cross the bow of the Shamrock when that yacht should stand oft shore, but Uie change made a big difference In her sailing. Shamrock stood In until tho Navcslnk Highlands loomed up nhead and then took the starboard tack off shore. Each skipper was watching the other or better perhaps cacu snipper was watching his yacht, but the eagle eyo of Mr. Emmons never lost A move mado oivthe Slurtnrock, and an equally vigilant eo on the Shamrock was not ing tho methodical precision of the wovk on the Resolute. The yachts were so near to each other that the order "ready about" on one could be heard on the other, and the orders wero given by signal. They were a little more than two minutes on tho Inshore tack and then both were about again standing out to sea. The Resoluto still had the Shamrock covered, and Mr. Burton gave his yacht a rap full, let her foot, and whilo she sagged to leeward he was ablo to get her In a position where she had the wind clear. He soon drew clear nnd then luffed and settled down on the course. Thefv Mr. Burton tried a hluff. Ho FRANKLIN SIMON MEN'S SHOPS 2 to 8 WEST 38th STREET Clearance of Men's Bathing Suits Radically Reduced The proof of a bathing suit is in the Atlantic. We warrant these fine quality and fast color. The reductions follow, and they are worth following up: , Two-Piece Bathing Suits BIacl or navy with white or red , Formerly 9500 Two-Piece Bathing Suits Black or navy with white or red ; also brown with, white Formerly 7 One-Piece Skirt Model Bathing Suits, black or navy, with white or red Formerly 9$so FIFTH AVENUE . I i 1 I second. started to nut the yacht about, and the Instant her Jib topsail began to flutter air. Adams tacked the Resolute, but the oiiamrocK, instead of niung away on the starboard taok. fell off again on tho port tack headlnr in shore, and for the Resolute fell off on the port lac wiui ner. At z:is o'clock both took tne port tao,K heading .In shore, and again a series of short taeka inUnneeA. Pcrhaps those on the Shamrock thought iey migni una a weoKness In the Hcso liito's spars or rigging, but they did not. Thn little boat stood tho strain Just as well as tha big challens-er. ami h. was putting up the best fight of her victorious career. At ,2:25 both were heading offshore and a minute later the two heading In, this time toward the big chimney at North Long Branch. This tacit wai new for less ahan a minute ana tney stooa orr again, and tacks fol lowed at less than minute til 2 :31, when both settled down on the starboard tack, heading out toward the turning mark, hidden in the haze out to sen. uesoimo was leading In) tho dlrec tlon they wero heading, with Shamrock about a quarter of a mile away and to weather of the defender's wake. The wind had freshened to about ten mile strength. Tiny whltecaps flecked the tups of tho waves. Resolute, with her rail down almost to tho water, had her crew at the weather rail. She heeled about 5 degrees more than 8hamrock. Both yachts were sailing fast. After a quarter of an hour on thin tack Shamrock luffed sharolv to trim sheets flatter. She waa sagging down, nnd shortly after 3 o'clock was dead astern of Resolute. Her gaff swung off more than that of Resolute, which ac counted for her being unable to point wan mat yacnt. Tne positions taken with range finders on board tho de rtroycr Semmea showed that Resolute had a lead of about 3 minutes at this time, and then Shamrock was luffed fcharply again to trim sheet. After that (.he did much better and steadily gained on the Resolute. ofnt Itesolnte Best Asnlnst Wind. Tho mark was seen In the dlstanre f.ashlng In tho BUnllght, which waa burn Ing up tho haze. It had to be left on the starboard hand, 'and both yachts erc ablo to fetch It Resolute tacked lust at the mark, which she turned at 3:26:27. Her sheet was eased off to Htarboard, but for a few moments she field to the west to keep clear of Sham- rocK, mat yacht having tho right of way. Shamrock passed to leeward of the Resolute, took the port tack and eased off at the mark at J:28:H. The Resolute had taken 2 hours 25 minutes 15 seconds to sail the fifteen miles to rindward. while Shamrock's time was 2 hours 27 minutes 52 seconds, showing that itesoiule had a sailing lead of 2 minutes 6 seconds without her time al lewance, which to this point would be 3 minutes 31 eeconds. Both squared away pn the course, Shamrock to the eastward of Resolute. Spinnaker poles were lowered to port, spinnakers quickly sent aloft and broken out. each srew handling tho big sails smartly. After this Jib topsails were run down and balloon Jib toosalls (bowsprit spinnakers, tho British call memj, were run up ana DroKen out. Then the Jib and fore staysail on each yacht were taken In. The tack of tho spinnaker on each yacht was not hauled down enough, and a big gap was made between tho sail and the mast Through this wind was spilling and not into the balloon as It should, it was worse on Shamrock than on itesolnte. The racing yachts made a wonderful Picture. The sun snono on their I'gnt canvas which was bellied out $4 85 M85 In the wind. It shone on the ehlncy surfaces of tho spars, making; them look like metal, and the aluminum blocks of the Resolute bright In the (sunlight looked llko brilliant Jewels. On each yacht the crews wero gathered aft One lono masthead man was aloft on 8hamrock and two lookouts wero for ward. The vessels In the following fleet formed two lines, one to east and one to w.st of the course, and between them the yachts raced home. Shamrock Orernuls Defender, Slowly but surely Shamrock over hauled the Resolute. Only ao, accident could' give the challenger victory,, but all Interested In that yacht wished to see her finish first even If sh did loss, and theadmlrers of the Resoliato wero hoplng that she. might be able n finish first so that the would win the race without the time allowance. Inch by inch the green hulled visitor closed up tho space. There wero no faults' In the wind, which held steady and true, and nt :B4 o'clock the tip of Shamrock's bowsprit was even with tho tern of the Resolute. On she went, Inch by Inch, until the two yacht were side hv ma ni nnt utonlns' there, she soon drew clear, and- by that time the finish ing line at the llghtsnip was less wan . mile iiw&y. Btiamrocn bhii ibu m nondi to eain In order to beat Hcso- Hute on actual sailing because sho had started 19 seconds ahead or tno ue fender. - A sham toot of the whistle on tho committee's tug gave the time of Shim rock's finish at 5:03 :28, and Just 19 seconds later another toot announct-d that Resolute had finished, bo that each yacht had taken exactly the same time to cover the course, -1 hours S minutes 6 seconds. Considering the weight of tha wind the race was n fast one. 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W. corner of 14th Street and Fourth Avenue, in the center of New York's greatest industrial dis tnct, it is dedicated to the convenience of the thousands of busy people who daily pass its doors. Busy people these are the ones .our new store will serve! There will be no delays no waiting but prompt attention and rapid, pleasant service for everyone. And the Candies well, if you have visited the World's Largest Candy Store on West 42nd Street-our "Jewel Box" in the Hudson Terminal Building our stores on Broadway and 35th Street and Broadway at 80th Street or our other "corner in Heppiness" at Fulton and, Nassau, you know just what a varietv of delicious candies you can expect to find when you visit this new store today. Fittingly to celebrate the opening of this "corner 'of Happiness," we offer the following SPECIALS TODAY and FRIDAY At ALL Our Stores Louisiana Rice "Brittle Just the thing to carry with you on the boat ride these warm evenings. The refreshing wholesomeness of puffed rice is com bined with golden New Orleans Molasse3, pare dairy fhc butter and cane sugar to make this delicious Louisiana M Rice Brittle. Special, one-half pound .... i Chocolate Cherry Kisses Ideal Summer Candies made of pulled taffy, the centers nnc flavored with cherry, covered with delicious chocolate "sMlU taffy coating. Special .... A NEW i'United" Candy ' Pecan Nougat Loaf Fi itcompanjontothehundreds of other "Happiness" Candies this Loaf has fine Texas Pecans thickly covering itlfkea crust golden brown arid delicious. For the nougat center, whites of fresh eggs, cream, fine cane sugar, and chopped nut meats are stirred together. And, fcr final flavor and beauty, the whole is dipped in nc creamy caramel which forms the basis for the M lU nut coating. 1 lb. loaf . . . . U I Ib- FULL WEIGHT 16 ounces of CANDY in cverff pound box . , OUR NEWEST pTORE Union Square, 14th St. and 4th Ave., S. W. Corner VUit thi "Largest Candy Bton in tht IForM" on 42nd also 43rd Street, Bet. 5th and 6th Aves. Hudson Terminal BldgT 2249 Broadway 32 Cortlandt Street Bet. 80th and 81t Stree t 1343 Broadway Fulton & Nassau Sts. Bt. 35th and 36th Streets S. E. Corner tHE NEW STANDARD1 Nations used to weigh than monarchs yearly. If the king ehowed an increase in obesityj the people rejoiced; if noty they mourned. But corpulency is no longer, a monarchial standard, nor a' democratic one either. Ability is the thing. And ability depends largeiy upon physical fitness, 6uch) physical fitness as comes fromi eating the wholesome, nutn'4 tious food served at CHILDSt D?.,ielSBL f'"''fH.r wllh rich, cr.. ray potiu! salad-a (wpulu umm diah at CH1LDS. VW -WOW v?ura Mm For Infant) & InvaEdj No Cooking A Nutritious Diet for All Agta! Quick Lunch at Home or OScej Imitations and Snbititutt - or uinwn uiuartz ' J