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SEE SUN, SUNDAY, MARCH 3, 1918. i DEYANEYANDSWEDE STAR IN TITLE MEET I Miko Wins 2 Clininpionsliips nd Mcrrcrslmrg Boy Sets Mile Record. Special Detpolch to Tit Si. Nbwark, N. J., March 2. Mike De Vsncy, the Mlllro A. A. champion run Her. who Is now In the service of Unce Hftm at the Unstop Navy Yard, was lie star of the sixth annual Karnes of the Central High School Athletic Asocla tl6n here to-nlsht. He won the 1,000 yard Metropolitan championship as well a the (00 army and navy handicap. In the championship race Devaney won easily, looking back over his shoul der at Willie Gordon, the former N. Y. A. C. crack, who represented the Pelhani Bay Naval llcscrvo. Jack Kellers, the New York Athletic Club's biggest point nearer last year, was third and Harry Winter of tho Taullst A. C. finished fourth. Wlgger was Just nosed out by Sellers. Mercersburg Academy won the Na tional Indoor Interscholastlc champlon shlps by a slnglo point from the Cen tral High School of Newark. Mercers burg scored 21 points and Central High School 20. St. Benedict Prep, Kldgewood High School, Morris High School and .South Ride High School tied villi 8 points eaoh. i Allan Swede of Mercersburg Academy trat the Individual star of the meet, win ning the half mile and one mile national Interscholastlc titles. Swede created a new American Indoor scholastic record when he won the one mile event from Walter Hlgglns of Morris High School, William Hooper of Central High School, Newark, and Ed Ward Lch of Iwrcncevllle Preparatory School. He ran the mile In 4 minutes 3J, 4-& seconds, bettering the former record by two and onc-flfth seconds. Which was mailo by Joe Myer, former Central High School and Dartmouth Col lege star. In Jersey City In 1913. Handicap Dent Scratch Men. In the 300 yard dash 'the handicaps handed out were too large for .lames J. O'Brien and lleorgc W. Dernell. the fa vorites, and the race went to Joseph Takach of Pordham University, with Uaatman of Pelham Bay second. O'Brien got fourth place, Allan Woodrlng of Mercersburu won the seventy yard championship, beating out Daniel Caprlo of Central High School In 7 3-5 seconds. Both boys ran 7 i-5 seconds In their heat, which Is a new meet record. Behr of Dickinson finished third and Prldmore of Tome Bchool fourth. Woodrlng beat out Ca prlo by a yard. Charle Pores, National five mile Champion and member of the MUlrose A. A., won the three mile handicap from bit clubmate Willie Kroncn, the na tional ten mile champion. Pores led Kyronen to the worsted by ten yards. Tbn Summaries. Three Mile Handicap. A. A, V. Won by Charley Pores. Mlllross a. A. (scratch) ; Willie Kyronen, MUlrose A. A.. second; I,. Kaufman. Brooklyn A. A. 125 vanhi. third; John P. Knox, Home News A. A. (10 yards), fourth. Time, 15:15. 9AA Vnrrl 1 1 m . 1. A . T 1 . Joseph Takach. l-onlham University (J yards): C. Kaatman, Naval Station, Pel ham Bay (10 yards), second: Arthur XUllly, Knights of -Ht. Anthony (6 vsrds). third: James J. O'Brien, Loushlln lorceum (scratch), fourth. Time, 33 r-1 MCODdS. J 'Yard Low Hurdles, Interscholastlc won by Ausust Desch, St. Benedict's: II. Henderson. South Hide, second: C. Kunke, Central, third: I- O. Fillman. Mercers burg, fourth. Time, 4-5 seconds Running Btsh Jump, Interscholastlc Won by Harry Troup. nidg-enood, with I feet H Inches; B. Krogh. South Side, with 5 ft ss Inches, second; U. Plar, Tobs School, with 5 feet ;. Inches, third; R. Downing. Manual, fourth, with i fset a Inches. Troup won first place on a Jump off. lit Yard Bun, Interscholastlc Won by A. Swede, Merorsburg; C. 8. Blchman, Blair Academy, second; L. Welngarten, BWlllth Rlrfe .hlrrf f Q T, ... . 1 1 W bur, fourth. Time. 1:04 1-5. One Mile Bun, Interscholastlc Won by Allan Swede, Mereeraburg: Walter IHgglne, Morris, second: W. Hooper, Central, third; O. E. r.eh, Lawrencevllle Prep, fourth. Time, 4:33 4-5, "0 Yard Dash, Interscholastlc Won hy Allan Woodrlng. Stercersburg, D. Caprio, Central, second; H. Uelir, Dickinson, third; g. B. Prldmore. Tome School, fourth, i Time, 7 3-5 seconds. 440 Tard Bun (Interscholastlc Won by Erl Kunkel, Central II. ..; August Desch, St. Benedict's Prep, tecsnd; H. II. Weedon, laltlmore Polytechnic, third: H. C. Lewis, Lawrencevllle, fourth. Time, 53 3-5 sec onds. 100 Tard Army and Navy Handicap Won by Mike Devsnney, Boston Navy Yard (scratch): Frank I.ngay,.lr., Ordnance uepanment. v aahingtnn, n. ( (scratch), second; C. M. Pinch, Camp DIs, (10 yards), third. Time l:t. 12 Pound Shotput (Scholastic) Won by J. Steinberg. Morris, with 41 feet 104 Inches; W. Bauer. Central, with 41 feet Ht Inches, second; N. Beatty. Illdgenood, slth 40 feet, Inihes, third: Ti. Angell. Mer cersburr. with 39 feet 10 's Inches, fourth 3:0 Tard Dash ( Interscholastlc) Won by D. Caprlo, Central: A Woodrlng, Mer .srsburg. second; .1. P. Thompson, Balti more Poly, third; A. I.ee, ltldgenood, fourth. Time, 24 35 seconds. 1,000 Yard Metropolitan Championship Won by Mike Devanney, MUlrose A. A.; Willie Gordon, Telham Bay Naval Station, second; Jack Sellers, unattached, third; Harry A. Wlgger. paullst A. C, fourth. Time. 2:33. .Point Standing Mercersburg Academy, 11; Central High School, 30; South Side High School. : St Benedict's Prep. S, Bldgewood, I; Morris, &; Baltimore Poly technlo Institute, 4; Blair Academy. 3; Witt Clinton, 3; Dickinson, 3; Law. rencevllle, 3; Manual Training, 1, Toms School, 1. TIGERS OUTSCORE COLUMBIA TOSSERS Victory Keeps Princeton in Running for Titular Honors. Btaadlag Intercollegiate Basketball l.(u-ue. W. I,. lvt. Pennsylvania o 1.000 Princeton 2 .HO Cornell 4 3 .171 Yale 3 4 ,t:i Columbia 3 7 .234 Dartmouth 0 S .000 Princeton continued Its game uphill fight to keep In the running for the In tercollegiate Basketball league cham pionship by trouncing Columbia latt -night at tho Columbia gymnasium. The Tigers were easy winners by the scoro of 27 to 18. The victory assures Prince ton of second place and keeps her with in striking distance of tho leading Quakers. Should Princeton win both of Its rn malning games and Pennsylvania lose both of her two unplayed contests the two fives will be deadlocked for tho - honors. The Blue and White offered little op position to the Tigers, who scored almost at will. Columbia failed to score a basket In the tlrst half, which ended IS to 3, Princeton entered several sub stitutes In the second period and toyed with Columbia. Tho score: Princeton (3D. Columbia (1. Horn IWt forward Purer Trimoie iticni rorwiira Klemll Pllnn Centre Alexander Taylor Left guard Welnateln Gray Klght guard I.atour Score first half Princeton, 19; Colum bia, 3. Field baskets Princeton, Cray 4, Home 3, Trimble 3, Taylor 2, Kllnn; Co lumbia, Parer 3, Alexander 3, Uttour, Ooals from foul Princeton, Taylor. 1 out of I; Fllnn, 0 out of 3, Columbia, I.atour, I out of I, Substitutions Princeton, Muyer fer Home, Blue for Taylor, OolumLla, Aabll for Kiendt. Iteferee Joseph Deer- ntia v , si. i;. a. wonego 80 minutes. Tlmo of halves ROD AND GUN. FP.AMI: BUII.DINO. two stories, nine raoms, with '4 acre land, located on Mill burn Creek. Freennrt. I,. I., close to Uruulr. ii lyn trolley; suitable for fishing club. Ad i dress It. L. II., 263 West 115th ft. SWARTHMORE FIVE SCORES OVER N.Y.U. Pennaylvanian Win by 29 Points to 17. New York University's basketball team last night lost Its fifth straight game when It was downed by the Swarthmoie College five on the local's court.' The score, 29 to 17. The locals played well In the opening half, but were outclassed by tho visitors In tho final period. Swarthmorc was lending at the end of the first half by two points. The score at this stage on tho contest was 11 to 9, lgan and Baker were the N. Y. IT. stars, while Donnelly and Ulnde played best for the visitors. In a preliminary came the N. Y. U. freshmen defeated the University Heights five by 24 to 17. The lineup: Swarthmore 8). N. Y. U. (17). Blade Bight forward.. . Winchester Yodiler l,e(t forward Marin Stow Centre. , Gardiner l.srkln Bight gunrd Kgan Donnelly trt guard Baker Field Goals Blade .1. Yoddsr, Htow 2, I.-vrkln, Donnelly 4, Gardiner, Kgan 'J, Baker 4. Goals from foul Marin. Egan '!, Yodder. 7. Substitutes Bvanfleld for 1'Igi.n, Kgan for Winchester, loev for iiaxer, liaker ror uardintr, oggen for Stow, Bouton for Blade. Baieree Ed Thorp. D Ijl Salle. UmDlre P. Kocli. Springfield Y. M. 0. A. Time of halirs .'U minutes. HUSTON-HEDDON CONTINUE IN LEAD Erich Wins Third Consecutive Match in Class A Billiard ' Tourney. 'tndlng of the Plorra. Piaye.-. W. U II. P.. H Av. Corwln Huston.. 3 0 71 n 4-31 rharles Iledilon.. 3 0 77 Ii2 13-34 Charles Whltn... 3 n C1 13.3 BUo-ene Mllburn.. 1 2 4J b 31-42 D. MeAnilless. Jr. 1 BS 41 -4J-Jl. A. Blinslle I 3 JJ 7 34-33 11. Clarkson 0 4 10 8 Special ttttlch to Tim Srv. Dpjtroit, Mich., March 2. Two excep tionally fine billiard matches were seen here to-day In the continuation of, the Class A championship tournament In Hocreatlon Hall, In which the leaders. Coruln, Huston and Charles Heddon, continued their victorious streak. Kac-h has now won throe matches. In the afternoon panic Huston of this city de feated T. Henry Clarkson by a score of 300 to ISO and Heddon triumphed over Alex Klmelle In tho night game by a score of 300 to 177. Ilcddon's play featured his unfinished run of 74 In hi twenty-seventh Inning, tied llie high run tf the tournament, made by Huston, and the balls were In easy position for him to have estab lished a new high record nail no tne privilege of another shot. In this la-rt run Mr. Heddon scored twenty-six times on line nursing, the work belns far the best of Its kind of the entire series. Heddon got the lead In tho twelfth Innlnp. and from that period steadily In creased It, and was at no time In dan- Ser. He is still on crutches from his re cent attack of rheumatism. The score by Innings : Heddon 0. JO. II. 10. 0, 4, C. 0, 17, 0. 0. IS. Dr.. 12. 12. 5. 0. 1. 1. 0. 0. 5. 42. 4, . 0. 74 300. High run, 74. In nings. 27. Average. 11 S-37. Elmslle 0, 10. 0, 13. 1. 0. 3. 13. 10, a, 1., t, n, ,, 1., , V, d, 17, 1U. o, I, 4. 14, 1, '12177. High run, It'. Innings, 27. .Werage 6 15-27. Huston n, si, c. i2. 4, :. , ::, o, 3, .1. 4. o, 0. 10, 14, 2. 0, 10. 2, 27. 2, 4. 3, 40, 0, n, : S0. High run. 51; Innings, 39; average, 10 20. 2s. Clarkson 23, 1. , 0. 0, 1. S, 9. 0, 40, 0. 2. 12, 3. 14, 4, 4. 2. 15. 0, 12, 8, , 9, 7, 0, 0 10. High run, 40; Innings, 27; aver age, c is ::. P0MZRANTZ QUICK WINNER. Stop Rnanlrk In One Round In N V. A. C. Boxing Boat. After disposing of two competitors In the semi-final bouts In tho loo pound class in the boxing tournament In the New York A. C. last night, W. Pomer antz of Kutgcrs Place Gvmnaslum made shoit shift of his clubmate, A. Uasnlck, In the, final bout. PomeranU was giving Hasnlck such a lacing that the referee stopped the bout In tho nrst round U Ahlgren of the Norwegian Turn and Athletic Club won from .1. Bllstlng of the West Harlem C. C, In the llnals In the 140 pound class. Honors In tho 120 pound class went to A ("ronln of the Trinity Club, who handily defeated II. (larst, unattached. In the 130 pound novice class W. fJrhiiHz of the Hoys Club gained tho Judges decision over I. Kap lan of Hutgers Place Cymnaslum. PRATT FIVE VANQUISHED. tfeton Hall College last night defeated Pratt Institute In one of the keenest bas ketball games played nn the Jerseyltes" court this season. The final score was 24 to 21. At half time the victors were leading by 11 to S. "77" Ts (at th very best tasulu talra Dr. Humphreys' "Soventy-soron" at ihm first sneeze or shiver. "Seventy -seven" breaks op Colds that banc on Grip. All Drug Stores. COLDS HKAL, ESTATR. FOR SALE A rry attractive brick residence., situated at Cedar Hill, about seven mllm 1.011th of Albany, on tho west bank of tho HudMin river. Has largo stable and car riage house, garage lor two cars and houses for help, tc, also some tlllnblo land, House Is suitable for cither summer or all year around, as it Is provided with exceptionally good heating plant, elec tric lights, and Independent water supply. Price low for lmmcdlato acceptance. Apply to MARTIN T. NACIITMANN. Attorney, 8? State Street, Albany, N. T. FUKNISIIKM IIOUSK TO I.KT. 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Miss Claire Qalllgan of New Itochellc, who has won so many women's swim ming championships that she can't re member them all, tasted the dregs of de feat for one of the few limes In her career last night, doing under her truo distance to compete In the fifty yard women's metropolitan championship swim, the feature event of the meet In tho Brooklyn Central Y. M. C. A. nata torlum, Mlrs Qalllgan first wan held to a dead heat by Miss Charlotte Hoyle of llrooklyn anil then led to the line by tho llrooklyn mermaid In the swlmoff. The women's metropolitan champion ship swim was one of two title events on the programme. The other cham pionship was for the men's Junior met ropolitan title and It fell to the water prowess of oung Leomlng JelllrTe of Poly Prep. Joe Whoatley, the Mercury Foot amphibian, now stationed at the Fifty-second street Naval Training Su tton, llrooklyn, captured the fifty yard swim open to men of the nrmy and navy. The open 100 yard handicap went to A. M. Polk of tho West Side V. M. C. A. with the aid of 14 seconds handi ca p. SO Vard Swim. Novice Won by Divld Bchechter, Boys Club: J. It. Hurrlll. Ilrook lvn (.ntral Y. M. C. A., second, P. II. Could, llrooklyn Central Y. M. C. A., thlrJ. TItnc 2) 1-5 seconds. 300 Yard Itetay flaco Fifty-second Street Naval Training Station, llrookln, vs. Pelham liny Navat Training station, ecratch--Vv"on by Fifty-second Street (Al Steen, J. .1. Itolnney, J. J. Curran and Joo VVheatlejt): pelhani Bay (C. .1. Hrennsn. II. Sadd, W. Foote and H. Persons), second. TIHle 2!ll 1-5. 100 Yard I Swim, Junior Metropolitan Chnmplonshlp. Scratch Won by Iteming Jellffe, unattached; John M. lleneks, Yale tnlverlty, second: Kenneth Sutherland, V. H. . Newport, third. Tlmo 1 :00 2-3. 100 Yard Slm. Handicap Won by A. M. Polk. Wet Kids Y. .M. O A. (11 sec onds); lyo Uletiel, Newport A. C. (3 sec onds), spcond; Clarence Ito.s, Hrooktvn Centra! V M. C. A. (S seconds), third. Time 1:00 4-5. r.O Yard Swim, Army and Nsvv, Scratch Won by Joe Wheatley. Fifty-second Street Naval Training Htotios; .1. .1. Cur ran. Fifty-second Street Naval Training Station, second: Al Steen. Fifty-second Street Naml Training Station, third. Time, 21 seconds. 40 Yarn Swim. Women's Metropolitan Championship Won by Jtlss Charlotte Poyie. after swim off of dead beat for first with Miss Claire Clalltgan; Miss rial Ilgan, second; Miss Kathryn Klntt, third. Time. 32 seconds. Tims of dead heat. 31 seconda. 200 Yard Ilelav Race. nterect tonal Athletic 1. eigne Championship Won tv Past Side Y. M. C. A. (Pe Urul. Washer, Mullen, Stroh): Brooklyn Central Y. M C. A. (Itoss. I.utch. Steen. Hurrlll). tec. ond: Boys Club iKat. Schochter, Konlg. Florence), third. Time. 1:S7 1-3. BOSTON NAVY SEVEN DOWNS WANDERERS 0 Skilton and His Mates Too Much for Local Team. Special Despatch to Tnr. Scs. Boston, March 2. The Boston Navy hockey team went solidly Into sec ond placo In the National league race to-night. It defeated the New York Wanderers, 7 to 0. The sailors got four goals In the first half and three In tho second. The visitors started away like winners peppering the Navy goal with nhots, but after ten minutes of play the Navy bojs came fast. Kkllton, the blj Navy cover point, mado three line shots for goals and his team combined for tho other four. McCarthy and Itoach played brilliantly for the Wanderers. Both did spectacular dribbling and made shots that only the best of work by 11 Croix rould stop. The Wanderers' trunk wns delayed en route and the gamo was an hour lato In starting. The official penalised for tripping and slashing often. The game was the roughest of the season here. The summary: ' Nivy (7). Wanderers (0). lACrnlv r.oa! Iuls How.ird.... Point McCarthy Skilton...... Coir point .curry Slinughnessy. . . I'tilng .. . . Wellington Donning Centr Smith Hutchinson Hover Ito.irh lleran .. Ulghtulng I'oviers Score Naiy, 7. Wanderers. 0. Coals-' Skilton 3, Hutchinson 3, Shauchncs.v, (Jeran Iteferees II Foster, ,!r , and W Hussell. ttnat umpire J lrocra anil N Macka Timers--i; V. Ilroun uti.l Ur 1; M. Murph Time of periods -30 minutes. Physicians Explain Why Women Need More Iron in their B.ood Today than 20 Years Ago Say Anaemia I-ack of Iron is Greatest Curse to the Health, Strength, Vitality and Beauty of the Modern Ameiican Woman. Tin. FKRMSAMi Kixo. New York I physicians dhnnld prescribe more organic Iron .Nuxated Iron to supply the Iron deficiency. Opinions of Dr. James Francis Snlllrnn. for merly I'h)lelan of Ilellerne Hospital (Outdoor llept.l, New Vork. unri the AWstchcster Comity Hospllali Ir. A. J. New man, former Police Surifeon of Chicago, and other physicians who hate thoroughly teited the Tulue of mated Iron. Any woman wbo tires oaslb. Is ner vous or Irritable or looks pale, hasanl and worn ebould at once have her Wooil examined for Iron deficiency adminis tration of simple Nuxated Iron will often lncrwe tho strength and endurance of weak, noi-voits, careworn women In from ten to fourteen days' time. "There can bo no stromr, healthy, boat! tlful, rniy-choekeil vomen without iron," sajs Dr. Ferdinand Klnc, a Now York physician and Medical Author. "I have HtronKly emphanlied the, fact that doc tors should pworlbo more organic Iron Nuxated Iron for tlielr nervous, run down, woak, hafTKard-IookliiK women pa tlcnlH, l'allor means anaemia, The skin of an anaemic woman la pale, tho flesh flahbv. The muscles lack time, the brain faga'and tho memory falls, and often thoy become weak, nervous, Irritable., umponaeni itiui lueuiiiuioM.v. . ncn him Iron goes from the blood of women tho roocs go from their cheeks. "In the most common foods of America, tho starches, sugars, table nyrups, can dles, polished rice, while bread, wxla crackers, blaculta, macaroni, hiiaghettl, tapioca, sago, farina, degermlnatcd corn meal, no longer Is Iron to be. found. Ke nning processes havo removed the Iron of Mother Earth from theiio Impover ished foods, and silly methods of homo cookery, by throwing down the wasio pipe the water In which our vegetables are cooked, are responsible for another grave Iron loss, Thereforo you should supply tho Iron deficiency In your food by using MniA form of organic Iron Jut ns you would u salt when your food hxs not enough salt." Dr. A. J. Newman. Kormor Pollco Sur geon of Chicago, afld former Hotisn Sur geon, Jefferson Park Hospital, Chicago, says: "It has been my particular duty during the past six years to uBslst In keoplmr Chicago's five thousand blue coats In good health and perfect fighting trim o that they would bo phyalcally equipped to withstand all manner of storms and ravages of nature's elements. Recently I was prompted to give it a trial. This remedy has proven through my awn testa of It to exeel any prep aration I have evor used for creating red blood, building up tho nerves, strengthening the muscles and correcting digestive disorders." 'PR08" SCORE AT TENUIS. McNeal and llama Win Red Cross Match at Heights Casino. Harry McNeal, the home professional, and James Hums, professional at the Ttockaway Hunting Club, enjoyed quite a successful nftornoon of Indoor tennis for the benefit of the lied Cross at tho Heights Casino In Urooklyn yesterday. McNeal and Hums wero scheduled to meet Fred Alexander and Dr. William Tlosenbaum, national Indoor champion. When the scheduled tlmo nrrlvcd Dr. tlosenbaum was not on tho scene. After a wait T.leut. Denn Malhey was pressed Into service ns Alexander's part ner. I.tcut. Mnthey had como up un expectedly from Camp I.ee In Virginia and waft In need of practice. McNeal and Uurns won the first ect at ft S and Alexnnder and the nrmy man took the second at 6 4. At this stage Dr. Itosen- BROOKLYN'S BEST KNOWN v PIANO HOUSE ONE PRICE-NO COMMISSIONS WHAT are You going to do TO-NIGHT? To the man who lias a home. Whether your work i? at an office desk a fac tory bench or any regular manual labor after your day's work is "done, what provision have you "made for the recreation and entertainment of yourself and family in the evening? tlpen an Ac count with the (toternment. Me Sell Wnr Saline Stamps. To look wholesomely spent with entertaining friends tongs and dances, maybe? No matter what a man's occupation may be, If he has a STERUNG PLAYERPIANO He or any member of his family can produce with his own hands any music he likes and do it whether he has had any musical training or not. There is no home ton small to reap the bene fits in fact, the most, unpretentious are the greater gainers because' of fewer opportunities to obtain the best entertainment which music affords. Our prices are moderate and terms made so liberal that any honest person can buy one of our genuinely artistic Pianos or Playerpianos and meet the payments without any hardships. Let us show you what we can do a visit w.(Tl cost you nothing, and we are stre can be made to give you pleasure. STERLING PIANOS $325 up HUNTINGTON PIANOS $300 up MENDELSSOHN PIANOS $225 up PLAYERPIANOS $425 up V1CTR0LAS $15 up MUSIC CABINETS $15.25 up PIANO BENCHES $7.50 up PIANO SCARFS $2.50 up MUSIC ROLLS 25c up VICTOR RECORDS 7 5c up The Sterling Piano Co. Manufacturers, Sterling Building 518-520 Fulton St., Cor. Hanover Place, Brooklyn, N. Y. Telephone SHOO Main Connects All Departments, Ol'KN Ki;MN!i IIV ArriHNTMKNf. The Child's Appeal What Is Mother, why X-wi' don't you take N4, NUXATED lRON and be strong and well and have nice rosy cheeks instead o being so nervous an irritable all the time an looking so haggard and old The doctor gave some to Susie Smith's with motner and she was worse off than you are and now she looks years younger and feel fine." wants to lr. T. AliiliunsUM WnlUoe, a pliyxlrlan of many ears' exx'rlence In this coun try and who lm letn kIvpii tti.my hon orary titles In Kuglund, sayw ; "I do not mnko a pp.ictlco of recotuninndlug ad vertlned mollclnal proiluots. but 1 liavo found Nuxated Iron so potent In ner vous, run-down conditions that I believo all should know of It. Tho men a-tnl women of today need more Iron In their blood than waii the case twenty or thirty years airo. This Immmudo of tho demln erallikvl diet which now Is served dally In thoufnnds of homes and also lierauso of tho demand for Kreater icslstanco necessary to offset tho ei eater number of health hazards to bo mot at every Urn." lr. B. Haur. n Iloslon physician, who ruin Htjdlcii both in this country and In Kroat Kuronean Medical Institutions, sajaj "I nm a Krcat believer In Nuxated Iron. If peoplo would only take It whim they feel weak or run-down Instead of tloslnit themsolves with hablt-formlnT drugs, stimulants and alcoholic bever brvs 1 am convinced there are thousands who might readily build up their red blood corpuscles, Increase thulr physlcul energy ami gut themselves Into a con dltlon lo ward off the millions of dlseaso gunns that are almost continually around us. It Is surprlnlns: how many people suffer from Iron deficiency and dn not know of It " Ur. .lames !nincs Sullivan, formerly I'hyslclan of Kellevue Hospital (Outdoor Dept.), New York, and Westchester .a s s baum made his appearance and Lieut. Mathey retired. With Dr. Hosenbaum as a partner Alexander did not enjoy as much Im mediate success as he had met with the Lieutenant. The Indoor champions lost tho first set of the renewed warfare at 1 6, and McNeal and Hums took the second and the third out of the four played against tho mixed partnership at 108. H was not particularly stirring tennis at any stage. CHENEY SKINS CONTRACT. Larry Cheney, Brooklyn's big spltball Ist, has come Into tho fold, Tho former Cub affixed his John Hancock to a Urooklyn contract after a long confab with Doss Kbbets late Friday night. PEN.V CONTINUES STREAK. Hanovkh, N. H.. March 2. University of Pennsylvania defeated Dartmouth by it scoro of 31 to 9 In an Intercollegiate baskctbnll game here to-night Have you ever thought what it would really mean to have real music in your home"-' forward to an evening Your Anstrcr, You can 4M tell the women plenty of iron in their blood l XVtasaasaaV beautiful, healthy, rosy cheeked women, full of Life, Vim and Vitality while those who lack iron are often cross, nervous, irritable, weak. just , tired, complaining creatures whom nobody have around. Ormnly Ilo-plt.il. sayst ThmitindN of taicrsons ko oti sufferlnK year after year. uocionnK inemseivcs ror, an nimls or Ills when the real and trim cause under lying their condition Is slmplv a lack of siitllclent Iron In the rl blooj corjusc!es to enable Nature to transform tho food iney ai into nrawn, inuscic. tissue and brain. Ilut twwaro of the old forms of rretalllc Iron which frequently do more liaj-ni than t,-od. NotHlthMandlns all that has been said and written on this subject by well known physicians, thousands of people still Insist lit doslns themselves with inetalllo Iron simply, I suppose, because It costs a few cents less, 1 strongly ad vise readers In all cases to not a phy Hlclan's prescription for organic Iron Nuxated Iron or If you don't want to go to this trouble then purchase only Nuxated Iron In Its original packascti and teo that this particular name (Nux ated Iron) appear on the package. If .....u muni 1'rvpar.iiions such as "" "' omer sim ar ron products and failed to get results, re-;iem'.pi- that such products are an en- "K!i.,llffcr'nt.t,,l"B from N'i'vated Iron." MITK-Ninstrsl Ircn, Hlilrli Is prescribed snd iirxniiinendcl alsnc l.jr phrslclsiis, Is not secret reiueilr. lint ne vlilrh la i knnvin tu ilnwiilsts. t'nllk.. the elder lnnm.nl" !'. nrn,l. tirts t Is easllr asslrallsteil, ,!, ,,gt j,lr, ,' tptli, iii.Lr tlii'in lil.ik, unr upsi't the stmnarh lite inanur.rturrrs ru.rsntee nuw.sful .ml en tlrily sstlsf.i-ti.ry results tu eicrv purchaser i r hey will refund jour money, u , rll.pensea lu this city by all good drutglsls.-Jii-, HOlTCXa AND KTACKANTL ,411 ltolrlt an RttUnnnll ' AittrtiifS Is TMB firs Comply it'll le Ordr o iht United ftlntn Food AdmlnUtrntlon. TO-NIGHT-BOBBY McLEAN WORLD'S SPEED CHAMPION WILL APPEAR AT EACH PERFORMANCE IN THE WINTER ICE SHOW AT THE GOLDEN GLADES DINNER SHOW AFTERTHEATRE SUPPER .ft, and Interspersed1, the muMca' comedy "ON THE CARPET" WITH THE IHULLIANT WHITE HUZZARS DANCING BALCONNAPFS llALLHOOM, 8 O'CLOCl AFTERNOON TEAS DANCING S TO 0 IIAH.Y ,4Lfe Hcsene SPECIAL SUNDAY DINNER, $1.50 8ERVE0 FROM NOON TO NINE P. M. GENUINE OLD FASHIONED the JIM-JAM An Klalrorate Production. StEPI by Edwanl P. Iloiter, Ith .Music ly Louis ."ihrrs. Presented Nlehtlv at 7:30 and 11;00 fn trie Mp.in Restouront. .lTHDIXIELAND JAZZ BAND" VtUh Loretta MrDermott in Dunce Imitations of Frisco. JOAN SAWYER In 'PARADISE' REISENWEBER'S NO RAISED PRICES! CAMMISTRESTAURANT l!04 St& COLUMBUS wt mm i SHAD ROE, Crtn oiiinem . -style, Kitra Ijirire. PLANKED SADDLE of Haliblt 50c uUlLtlJ oALlYlUN JA. Rtc..k.llnIlati(lalseSaiice.Rtc fUC LONDON GRILL, 45c MtAMhUbUH JC. CLAMS sUCaUno tOC ROASTED 0YSTERS4;P l.)tihacn with Peppers. Ktc. MUTTON CHOP 4C- Om I. illation w 4J5TJUJtWtST0Bw I pmic v Hint mci II KM' WA NTKI FKM A LK. l.At, eilaraU'il, r (In.l. i.tiih(u,tus, position pTmnnent 1SP' f.tr tlrt f....r months rl It 1. 1 2 j Knst HKI.P U AM F.lt MAM:. Afl'lM'ST.VNTS- Pl'ltUr A special oiportiinlly for two tlrst class bookkeepers wl.hlt.t: to enter the public KccouutlnK profe-slnn , must ha maile study of accounting-; s.iAr I? Sou. on. Heply, statltiR fully particulars of experi ence and references A., bos 3 Sun orTlce. iumKKi:i:PKn itn tinnwieiisje or n. noKraphy. inu?t be thnrouKhly xprlenred; state iiuaHfU-atlons and salary. It. I., bov 101 Sun oftlee. l.lNorypn Instnu-tlon. draft creates fhenonienal demand, operators receive 1.500 earlv. da, eenlllr ('all, IIM I'lKK H-HQOl. U.1 Knst Klh St i-atV.st nuiHT mi:n s. :.i:siT:s ' You i-nilect tli money and fciep it .i VliMIUll liritNKll. Iept. T, Cuiumtnn- uhln " I' PKIt SI.ITTKIt--A aleail; pnsliixn for u rojnpeti-nt operator VI,TllUU ,v fit. 104 Harrison St.. Hrooklvn Tmi.iMfs wnui.r.sAi.r. vi:n ivi. im POHTIN'S iiofsi: iti:f..fiur.s Tin: SI- I! vi'T.s oi-' a l'i.m pi: rr.NT am. khm CIF.NT MW TO T A K I : I '( t.l PI .1- Tl- rilAltiiU l Tiir.nt VF.ii.iNii i)i;i'AitT MUST Hi: MI'ST Pf.KSS IVITI ATIVB SNDCHKATIVK AHII.ITV ANUtllK THOU oruiii.v r.MM.IAlt WITH AI.I, ui: TAII.S AS TO ritllATINll STYLUS AN'll MANIPIM.ATINU MATKIIIAl.s KXCKP TION'AI. OPI'ORTPNITV I'Olt Till: UKillT MAN WltlTK. .-TATINd Alii:, KM'EItl BM'K, SAI.AUV i:.I'KCTi:i. V P. 04 i:STt4TIIKT WANTED PAI.KS.MAN High Knule and esprrlenrtd. selllns: tires, xhi. can deliver bu.lner. now on MOO ml." tire iFunl slies 6.000) that has been well prncn. Klvlnir sces-i nilleua-e. Terrltcrv Kastern Pennsylanla. Upper New YurJ:. I)eluware ntnl VlrKlnla. W 1 1 1 report to f.ictorc THE nOHDO.V TITtK A Itl'tlllllll ro . Cantiin. Ohio. VANTi:o To hear from bookkeepers anil clerks who ar really ambitious to becoino espert accountants-, trained men are In unhersal (leinand Write joris tj, TANNKR. SSI Urant Park lllilg., OiIcuko. SITUATION M'A NT K II M A l,K. IIKill CI.ASS MAN Wants position as secretary or In sales ilepartnient. Qualifications Well educate, I, excellent aildruss, sound juilsnu-nt and tact, splendid all around business training- Seen years prlvoto secretary to New York man of lariro affairs. Now employed but unxlous to connect with first class house or man of maana svho would appreciate above quali fications. Available Imme Itutely A. A, bn 2. Sun nfflee IIKI.P IVANTEn. WOULD YOU 1.1KR tl or 13 dnllv . home knlttliiK war box on Auto Knitters? i:pfcrlenre unneceasnry. Penil 3c. atnnip Uepl. 61C. AUTO KNITTKH COMPANY. 1.21 .Teffer-snn Ave Hnffnln. NV Private Schools A Complete Directory of New York City and out of town Private Schools, appears every day in the Morning Edition of THE NEW YORK SUN. t IIOTEM AND HE8TADBANTS. ,411 Holeli and netlaaranli Aivtrtind In THE SVS Comply It'llft iht Orttn o the I'nited Htn'rii Food Admlnltlratlon. SPECIALS1.50 DINNER IN THE MAIN RESTAURANT EVERY NIGHT DANCING-CABARET CONTINUOUSLY TO-NIGHT IN THE GOLDEN GLADES SPECIAL s2 DINNER ($1 per cover charge) Served from C:30 to 9 P.M. With Extra Attractions In Addition to the FAMOUS ICE SHOW . a s ,m I Tables Now Phone Columbus OWI1. BEEFSTEAK DINNER, $1.50 REVUE Fealtirlns i:iiitii i uu r.n Miss ALK'KKING, lloctcs COLUMBUS CIKCLt AND S8TH ST. 'Phone 9610 Columbus. M'KIMi AMI M.MMKIl KKDIIIX. Ullllllllllllllliiilllillllllllllllllllllll'' eGlen I aPRINGS I SS Walking, N. V.. (In Senec.i Lake S Open AH Year M'm, i:. .rjinc'ie, i'rrj. S S M A Mineral Springs Health Resort and Hotel -j The Pioneer Amrrican "Cure" S i tar lltan Disorders The only place in this country s where the Nauhelm Baths for Heart and Circulatory Disor- ders are given with a Natural E Calcium Chloride Brine. E GOLF! All outdoor sports and 5 5 indoor recreations. S ntd for Ulur.ra.td llo-ilM "niiiiiiiiiiuinmiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiin" IKI.I.M . Trnln sertlr.. ns f-ir snolli ns Old Point Comforl sn. neer better. HOTEL CHAM BERLIN XOLU POINT COMFORT u 8win.n.nc rr'l. tlolf, Sa- sssT P.th anJ IrfStment, Unto . VV . Oto. r. aoMk, Msnsgsr Furtrsts Monu, Vs., IS-VVJI or fovk's Tour.. Hi Kmailnay, Wl ith Ae., Ilayiiloml A W hltciuuli, ::0 5th Aic , I'enn. I' II 5th Ave. ,V 'th St. AsW Mr r.ister at ::o W III St. ur st lain! & Ta.lcr's anil lleltLa llurT tier's Infotnmtlon llutenil, MrAll'l" IMcl I'rsns's, n llr..i"l. niul tw fifth itrmv .m;v ji:k-f:. Hiiuiitic cit. HOTEL CHELSEA Occt,pin entire block cf ocean front, in the fashionable Chelsea section; 300 bedchambers with private baths (fresh and sea water). High-class orchestra, cafe, (jrill, etc. I'rrnch chefs. Golf priMlrgrs. A-tos meet trams. Booklet. Open all jr.ir. I R TUPMPWV v r n THE LUDWC RItOflT HOUSI OF THI WOrLd ATLANTIC CITY. N.J. "HIE NATION'S HE ALIH SHOf' HCALTN IS EFFICIENCY A CermicUle Cult-stteam-rrmpcrril Climate. Kin Slmli !-..... k?. n... .. LI. ,- , ,'UI. ll-IIIIIlCT4Die (.'uldonr Hecrtarion JnJ Inilour Fnrrrrsinmenti OsrasrsslsMiiussaiwI JMIaH WHITE ItONtCO. 3, JTTAN-Tfc ;City;N.1 Notedfor its superior hotel boscobel !)"n,;"k;, -Ui ""nr ,,. ., . . , lliaili A'vds on. n " p'l nested rooms ln k s. y MHi N Atlantic -ltj. N. .1, The Nearest tVlnler llesorl. "ailanTiT tlltTN. .1. Amerlr.i's P.unous AH Year Uisi NKtV JliUSEY Lakesrouu. UURELjEzHl PINES LAKEWOOD. NhW JERSEY A modern hotel tn n Winter Ilesort where out-of-door sport ar posslb'.s toe sntlrs year. illANK r. KUtTK. Mnnager. UBANCH Oi-ICK Of GEO. A. IIU1I.N H SO.NM, Slock llrokers. BARTLETT INN B$t Rooms, Bnt ikis'fru Table Tsr Iks Pries in LAKEWOOD. NEW JERSEY Writs Isr Bssuiirullj. Illumalta PookUt owlv it wins rOM camp dix- Asill. U.l.h .S. c. ERYf&RK SHCVILLE' HOTEL IN THK LAND Of THI HY Famous verywher for Its location, servlos and culslns. Booklet and rates upon spplicarlom S. J. LAWRENCE. Mar,a(tf S Situalcd in a beautiful private 5 S par cdioitiing the State Fcser- s S ration of ll'athir.s Glen. FINE - Ill WARD LINE Direct setrice on fail twin-screw stesmeit (rum New Yotk to HAVANA ?" cm" Saillngi every Saturday MEXICO srSiU.i!ia,niT To Pi ogreso. Vers Cruz and Tsai pico Frequent calls at Ntssau. Bartsmsi XHrroars am full irfjrmdlon on naval New York ad Cabs Mail S. S. Cs. Fst si Wsll Str.tt, N.w fork Special Sailing For Canary Islands. Cadiz and Barcelona S.S. "ALICANTE" t,t March 5th I'.'nd ( Ijss OiiI Also FREQUENT SAILINGS t Vigo, Coruna, Gljon ond Santandcr, tiavana ana vera cruz For further Particulars amil in 4 a a li.si, i r Aucnr. Pier 8. 'lelepliono Ilanmrr 211, OLD DOMINION LINE !,rol?4:r",tt Tint fr l III.- V T mJLn n . .. vs. o tri s,, n, i7, rrinnun TnK rrni.ir hr rt.r. eii.- BOSTON $2.95 PKOV1ULNCE Dir0'act' !l.yo COLONIAL LINE A I.I. OlrrMIIK STATKKOOMS. l lu U. Week days and f-und..vs at 5:00 I'. M fro a Tier fj, X. It., foot Wist Houston St. Prions Sprlns 3131. Worcester.tr f j. I'rovlilenciIlreet.u,;. OUTSlnK STATKROO.MS. JI.IH1. Dally. Including hiintlny. AtUH r. M. From Fler H.E.Il. Phone 2700 lleekmsii. City TUket Ofllce. I'JO Broadway. N T. FALL RIVER LINE TO BOSTON $4.00 Ptrs. Iv. Pier II. N II.. ft. Tultoa Pt. dnlly nt P M. Music. nkiv MtMifiv fxiHwirin mm:, lr Pier (0, N IL.tloii.tdn St . wk ilavs onlr. 5 l v. m Lr. pier ;o. r.. r... e. -a st , tr m Torus. lll.W i iH'.'Jl LJWffl I I II I 1 1 1 smm IMIIIBil'Illlia TOURS OF DISTINCTION Cft auay Jmrn Xcir York's Mofh With One (if ( 'ur tin !.u( Tours fur CALIFORNIA (TIih Vomlrrfiil Iloutiw Incltitlr (-riti-I ('inon, .pM'hc Trail ami I'.ilm Cinj m i,r fur FLORIDA TItc T)tli;litfil l!n in- lrn-1 til the Pi mil st 'ors- ami tin' U nrlM Mk'lit oi in Our iT-is li.illrc.rl . l)..li;t.t Th iV-Torl rr.iiwcr ruts llirlndt Mvnl AiKumohllrt nml IfotrU ilc I.nf aStiirf 'vt HnoKlrt J)rirrtl RAYMOND & WHITC0MB CO. I'lrill eiuie, Nr.. tork. 'rhiirn' Matt mi .1 jrn a WINTER TRAVEL Our Tratil-sonl'-f N r;ws-.illy titpf- ' undiT tirwnt ronUtloti lu plipumit arranclnc tnur! for hnlnt'ss or rTPnM.t) KitPt Infnrmatloti rt'nn.itii; Khftilta oouiit-clloiM. laro u . for CALIFORNIA FLORIDA and ALL POINTS SOUTH 4TIj4NT! 11 V, I.KI:mo(II, .-xn.l all ' riparh" miiT I!i fr, rin.ilt't Hotel unrt 1'iillni.iti rrrnntluii. xwvW in ailvrttir Iroirrim Qtf on rroui-st TH0S. COOK & SON I "i llri.a'lu.i . -CI I lllh sienne. CI I Kill v., (Ill Hiii.iiIhih, N 1 Hl'M.NK-. fllAM'KM. NAVIGATION SIMPLIFIED Time nnii fuel snxed liy a itcv. invention. The Geometer records on dials latitude, longitude, loinl lime and comp.i direction. Patent applied for. Inventor de sires to form company. Address robert j. Mclaughlin, 251 K, 200th St. Tel. 930-M. tvi'KMhii Kit", Inltlnl I'a)ment Applies If Purrhafd FACTORY REBUILT TYPEWRITERS ALL MAKES. $25 TO $75 SPECIAL No. 10 t cniinRton, $63 Trademarke.l and guaranteed for one ' rail, telephone, or ivrlto AMERICAN V KITING MACHINK CO ,13'J Ilroiii1n.i-. at -rill Li'i" SO II 2Sil M opl M 1 v ) 1U W i: ft Jl T.mes Sj. re ' 1 l,C"ST- st lllKhl.-ind terrier. sn the nsme 01 M ic . HDQ .ew.ird. Ti o i 1IM Murray 1IIII day or nl.-ht. JtNMSvJN it Park Ave. 1 4 frV.