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lgw M THE SUN, MONDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1919.
National Champion Soccer Team Loses Second Game in Title Tourney1 HE
PTHLEHEM AGAIN .
DOlffl) AT SOCCER
It r.1 -r-v I
National Champions Drop An-
other Game, This Time to
Erie A. A. Score, 2 to 1.
m Y. F..C. BEATS PATEKSON
What tho New Torlt Football Club ac
oBfnpUshcd a week ago the soccer eleven
oftho Erie Athletic Association practi
cally duplicated at Clark's Field In
Newark yesterday, when the Bcthlehems,
national champions, were defeated In
another championship gamo of the Na
tional Football League by a score of
2- eoals to 1. Whereas the steelmakers
were blanked here in New Vork,' they
led at halt time by 4 to 0 yesterday,
Ipper bavin scored on a pass by 8lb
Kald, a newcomer, following a foul kick
fter half nn hour ot play.
""With ends changed the Iirlea did much
ot the pressing and In ten minutes play
Jnul eauallzed the score, when Koolsch,
off a pass by Knowles. found Bethle
liSm's net Tho score stood even until
twelve minutes from time, when the 2,000
spectators wcro electrified by Brlerlcy's
brilliant cross' to Tom Stark, who shat
the winning goal. The lineup:
Erie. A. A. (2). Bethlehem (1).
Ward Goal Duncan
ratd.... nishtbaek Fletcher
Tost Left back Ferguson
Ingram Right half Murray
Itogara Centra half Campbell
Holt Lett half Blakey
Knowles Outside, right Slbbald
Stark Inside right Pepper
Koelsch Centre Harris
jvitlson inside ie rorreu
Brlorley Outside left F
Forfar nd B. Morrison. Goals reppe r, !
Bethlehem; Koelsch, Stark, Erie A. A.
Time Halves ot 45 minutes.
Jfeir York Continues tit AVIn.
Continuing their winning' streak,
whlch even the Bethlehcms could not
break, the New York Football Club yes-
terday defeated the Paterson Football
ClUb, runners up to the national cham-
plons, for the second time this season
frf a National League championship fix-
to'fe at Olympic Park In Paterson. Tho
Eiott was 1 to 0. The single tally cam.
twenty minutes from the start, when
Kdwards drove home u pass from Hun-
i ziKcr uii uiu liiik. iiH.,
ci e half .V.-jdr ?2;
ltisnc nan ........ .auaw
, . Inside right
.... Centre ..
.. Inside left
' Baieree J. urej. L.inrpmcn jjcaar.
Brown and Roberts. Goals Eawaids,
Njsw Tork. Time Halves of IS mlnutea.
Easy for Visitation Ipnm.
Playlnir fast soccer on a field made
heavy by the recent snowfall, the eleven
of Ihe Visitation football club of Brook-
lyn took a fall out of the White Rose
football club In the Metropolitan League,
championship match on the grounds of
the latter In Astoria yesterday. Tho homo
team, near the top of the table In tho
League, was a man short, and the Vlsl-
tatlons won bv 6 coals to 1. The fate
of tho jratno was practically decided In
tho first half, at the close of which the
visitors led bv S tn 0.
Ellison and Haughton shot two goals
pp'lece for the victors In the first half
and Meadowcroft added one. After the
restart Fleming scored for White Hoso
and Ellison shot another for the win
ners. The lineup:
Visitation (6). White Rose (1)
Kruger ...... .
Left back .
Left half .
Eloane Inside right
Ellison Inside left
Outside left '.'.'.'..'...Sheridan
Ouinn. Linesmen Messrs. ,
BotrUK and Mable. Goals Ellison 1.
rS.SIm.n;' ST.' TtmilliKivr;.
T 4S minutes.
' Longfellowa In Front.
'.JA clean cut victory by 4 goals to 0
for" the Longfellows was tho result of
uieir encounter wiui me Hungarian
Americans In tho New York State Foot
ball League gamo at the Rldgewood
Baseball Grounds In Brooklyn vester
day. Ten minutes from the start Mc
"Chtsnlo opened tho scoring for the Long-
fellows with a beauty, but there was no
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fu?ther scoring until the second half.
Prom a fine Centre by Walsh. McChesnlo V
sfftft the second goal. N. Agar, on a
pass by Walsh, shot tha third and Por
ter headed In the fourth from a earner.
The Tyrconnell Celts notched another
victory In the Mctropolltm Football
league yesterday hy defeating the West
New York Blues by 4 goals to 1 on the
grounds of the latter In Weehawken. ,At
half time the winners led by 3 to 1.
OWoll! shot two goals and Vaughan one
In the first period, while Dillon scored
for the Blues. Vaughan scored again
lo the second half.
., ."Morse Dry Dock soccers defeated the
Merchants Ship eleven of Harrlman, Pa.,
1st a National League championship
game by the score of 5 goals to 0 at
Morse Oval in South Brooklyn yester
day. Lynch shot two of the goals for
the winners and Page, Parker and Len
nan one each.
NAVY CUE EXPERT ENTERS.
Jrylveater Hashes to Compete at
Cardinal Fnrley Clab Tonrney.
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navy aunng tne war, neaas tne list or
contestants who have entered the army
us naw er-r!eB rhamnlonshln nncitet
milliard tournament, which will be held
luring the Christmas holidays at the
Cardinal Farley Soldiers and Sailors .
The tournament, under the direction
of the National Assoclatlcn of Amateur
Club, 15 East Thirtieth street.
Jilinra fiayera, nas attractcu a rorml- i
J4b1e list of competitors. Including
Thomas W. Kcnney. Albert Lawrence.
Wflllam Muakltterlck. Fred Tt Stella. '
C'A. Leffers, John K. Brown, Harry
Smith. Kdward Wood and William Fltz
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UP me ruies tor mo wutucjr i inu ln. MiSa mirror. 110: James o.. no; .. 0Dhie Oalewood. 101; Bsby Sister. 101
SEW YOHKEIt ENTEIIS RfX. and It Is likely that these regulations Marty Lou. 110: Golden King. 110; Dig,. .Mab. 101; sprlnc Herrr. 1M; Sea lrchln,
' bo offered for adoption by all tha fimoke. 110; punlce, 111; Applejack, 1H; hot; sgay, 104: Bengali. 19-: Tiajin, 101:
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 21. Tho first . nn. of tho latest Benaatlons I X-dr 'Wan. 111. .. P. G. King. 109: Philistine, 1M: Gold Crest
as- one of the biggest In tho East, !
John Tltterton, Pastime A. C, New
York. He won tho event last jpar from
iv record breaking field. Invitations have
lieen sent all over the country. Tho New
T6rk list includes the Mohawk A. C,
M6rntngafde A. C and the Brooklyn'
A. A. Twenty-fivo Individual, three
team, two tlmo and two out oi town
jrtca icea cfloreuV
;cr to enter the annual w Yt-ir'n "-'" , , , , . Vi,7 1 rourm nace bix lunongs; an agesi-por, 109; w. H. BUCKner, iw; Hnsue s cub,
moS n?k , , t.Me.1, . teot.,mL 'ln Decker's class is a lad from Wllkei-, claiming; purse 8800; handicap: Orleans oaT' Artec. 10O; Parish. III. Also eligible
moainea run, which Is looked upon , 1 ,1.. t.n.. tr. 1. . ' m. nsv nt- r.r. i.v. .as. 1,.- v....... .r. ,m. n..
OYIOTASHO TITLE MEET.
De Decided nt Haverfonl.
Special ntpatc to Tno Bsx.
Havwifoiid, Pa., Dec. 21. Announce
ment has Just been mado that tho 1920
lnt.renltarleA .- .....II.. 1. 1..1.1.
in,v.w(nbiBm mimoi-iv viuuuyiuilDllllJ
meet win io hem hro Friday. March 26.
into win do mo nrsi imorcoiiegiaie una
meet hold since IMS, the lapse of a year.
ueing uuo 10 war conditions. Ten ot
tho blcr Eastern colleges will send rep
resentatlvcu to compete on the Haver
ford floor, nmong them being Yale,
Princeton, Pennsylvania, Swarthmoro
and Rutgers, and the West will be rep
resented by the University or Chicago.
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nry a, rnnccion ui i-niiceion; rouru-
ary 20 Vale at New Haven; February
n Pennlv vtnla at Tllaverford March
WOMEN GOLFERS TO
T . ...
Nominating Committee for
3rotropolitan Body Will
Soon Make Report.
fly ISMS tmOWN.
Among other golf announcements io
be mado within the next week or io Is
the report of the 'nominating committee
to propose officers for tho Women's
Metropolitan Golf Association for the
new year. The annual meeting of the
women'o association will be held tho
third week In January, at which meet-
Ing tho election of officers will be held.
Mrs. Ft. Percy Thompson, secretary of
tho association, expects the announce-
ment of the committee's selections to be
made within a week or ten days.
In addition to the election of officers
. . ... MA,AB .Via .Tflnllnrv
meeting of the association will seioct xne
site of the 1D20 metropolitan champion-
shlo tournamont. No Intimation has)
hn Zn ns to the orobable selection
been glen as to tne proDaoie kccu
for the tournament Taking sections in
rotation It Is due to go to a Long Island
course. Areola Country Club handled
the tournament the last season, while In
giSi t 0 Rcd cross event which took the
piace 0f the regular championship tour-
nament was played at Apawamls. The
m7 tournament was played at Piping
itndoubtpdly the approaching meeting
of the oa80Ciation will indorse tho prac-
... ,wi, n dav tournaments
.hicn Dr0i-ed so popular during the past
laieu iiucrcoi. wuvh. ..
. . . . . v. . .,,3 m rnvflrn
tiAitniv nnn no uouul uiu iiiu.. w"-.
Topins'piaver. The victory of New
.nmn n the annual unscom
Cup matches was doubtless duo In part
to added tournament experience and
practice gained in tnese previous
Junior Plan Matches
Uaieulatcd to prove highly Interesting.
A, c. Wlllis and Jack Leonard, two
'jun,or members at Shaekamaxon. are
boo'tlng the scheme. And they should
nav0 mtic dllllculty In lining up likely
young players at practically every club
n the district for such matches. '
1 prospective teams for several clubs
have been suggested, tnougn mo ijw-..
ennn el of these may be changed. George
i a. Bomann, Jr.. and N. Stevens are
l.i..im - ,tcH ns roDresentatlves of the
piatnflcld Country Club. Stephen ana
John Berrien are two of the best young
sters at Upper MoncKlr E. w. Haley
and H. V. Brower. Jr.. are possibilities
for tho Essex County Country Club
Alfred" Kathan. Jr.. and W. E.
somo of tne more enierpnin n .....v ... ance A9 nave lel. ,nP unh
Ii .1,. .rnlltan Histrlet are (Merimee). S to I, even and 1 to. 2. first: ot or... CHOKES AND
; ,rr;, :,k rreder ck 1M ler, 105 (Aren.imr.auit). t to irvlnxton. N. J.. Dec. 21.
planning a scries of Intcrclub matches A , . . ,,c,nd. PalrIy, Ui in-
fs.v nor immer anu muihj, ftiirca.ni. a in i. z ro i ann evn. iniiu, i 11 c rup 01 4 ri - 'i"1"
monds and C. Bryant, Jr., may play for
Wyksgyl and F. Taussig and B. H. j
Furlong for St. Andrews. I
Resides this array thero are many '
0tner good young piaycrs ocauercu
around among tho other clubs. Jess'
..,. nf irdlev will bo eligible for
such matches. Charles Conklln, the New
tv iimior chamDlon. Is a junior
irnnlrono.irk. Henree B'lur.
North Shore; Sydney Browne Jr.. Bal-
tusrol : C. L. Plcrson. Jr.. .Montciair; j.
F. Byrno and Harry uompion, wee-
nuahlc. and C. B. Mitchell, Woodbury,
are other good youngsters who can
'doubtless team with other boy3 from
their respective, clubs to form strong
representatives in such matches.
Freak situations are constantly it-
...lnln.- In cnlf matches, but thO lOHOW- :
tntf ono, eubmltted by a local colfer. la
unique It presents a bm si b ..
s i ham as r fi s In tn - a A
W ,S2Tn.? fnnr ho l In three
Y AMlS 'tohofe
- i 1 a... a. 4 let a AtViakW
"S, T"T::V: Wn ;
Z ;;i s
..iMne rvf a fnllnw hot
W,"t"..mL,rY: VC; dronnoi tab,
PENN WANTS BOXING
AS COLLEGE SPORT ',
Will Pat Matter Before Na
tional Collegiate Meeting.
Special Dtttitch to Tai Sex.
PntLADELTHIA. DeC. 21. Boxing Will
be put over big at Pennsylvania this
winter. Coach George Decker, the for-
mer clever lightweight, has tne biggest
squaa in yr.iro, im u. . vitiiiy t
good telent to pick from.
Major rickcring, graauate manager
at Penn, Is back of a movement to make
L..I.. m ertr-nt-e ennrf In T?9.wi
collegiate ranks, and when the National
Collegiate Association meets In New
Tork he will tell of the many advantages i
to be derived from tne rormation or such
teams. I'cnn State, which sent a team
ito Penn last winter ror a auai ooxmg
meet. Is backing Penn and the Navy
also Is ln line for the glove sport ,
Major fiCKenng nas Dccn one oi tne
pioneers In the movement and with Dr.
R. Ta t Mackenzie will make a strong
effort at the collegiate meeting to float
tomethlnc definite. Major Pickering, as-.
l.l.teH hv oma other Penn officials and
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e.w oi,,mni from Nrato :oneffe. rtrew
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GOV. COX'S FILLIES.
Gov. James M. Cox of Ohio ha.n two
W0V0 fillies In the stable of Walter Cox
Dorfl'tnger would make a strong team berla have taken up the fad of Ice skat
... .v.. n!ii r.nlf riub. W. L. Sim-1 inr and hockey games. These sports
ri L. mills after ill had rot on In in ine running, ana nieniu our o uw A rlay with n Woodsy Flavor. f me-daya. Thnr... Hats, and Bondayo.
their first putta er all " " members to prevent the French cham- P,onany 1 enjoy those -movies" which p J I.-, xtoiltor-. Dock,
two. founds fishy, doesn t it? ThlsU plon mak,ff a cIean sweep. The Inter- tL u, Into the great northwest wilder- OmiTlOaOr Ci? J-";Ta"r
I what happened. The P'ayer furthest ' ( , maBt(,r.B nnal oro tn twenty- ness and act before us a drama of red Jaajiaiuvri Tll,( Th r, Qti,
jfroro the cup putted and barely missed. ""IngamCc0nm twenty-threo vie- blooded manhood within his primitive sur- .4l train: Sun. i-M train. Hen Wright.
Vii r.fiii nancrmiz on ino euKo ui 1110 tuu. . . . - , - rounainen. inetciu.u is,,r ... . i-
of Dover. Ono Is ! years of age and
v. e.ihr " Thev are out of Easter
v V.-J-.JV ,.,,. fc.ii
Bells, hy Maple, and are Just being.
broken to harness. !. j
WIN AT HAVANA
Players of Choices Have Good
Afternoon lit Oriental Park
Italics Scheduled for To-day.
Havana. Cuba. Dec. 21 The favorite
Players had a very good afternoon at
tho Oriental Park to-day when four first
ch0ce. .,.,. Th mll
ta th. h . . .. . - ,
5? ,rt.5f the stretch, ho sent Fly
"ome. ,nto tho load and won by about
, In turn was a head In front of tho fast
Jake Holtman saddled tho winner of
the sixth with Rameau. but his margin
at tho ond was very small, he winning by
a head. This mado Holtnian's Bccond
winner, as ho saddled Fly Home, Har
lock beat n. big field In the opening rnce.
"V" o"miii iv.n.icm, wuivii
crump nad the leg up and ho rushed
him Into a good Itad and won pulling
up by five lengths. Blanchlta was three
lengths before AI Hudson.
jvvion, closing very gamely in the
final furlong, got up to win the second
tacc by a noso In a hard drive from
tho long shot Golden Chance. Sister
Susie finally found a field that she could
beat, but she was extended to win by a
neck from Star Baby.
uon Thrush never left tho Issue of
the fourth event In doubt. Pickens tent
him Into tho lead at tho lifting of tho
barrier and, making his own pace, won
by two lengths. Berlin was one-half
length before Major Domo. Dick Uen-
son won the last race, with Candle Light
second and Soldier third,
There will be racing here to-morrow.
First Race (600; three-year-olds and
a-nd up; claiming; six (urlonss Harlock,
"inri'io (Oar.Sa. Yo Ti T'i
4nd evtni gtcond; AI Hudaon, 101 (Ormes),
10 to 1. 1 to l and : to l, third. Time,
1:12 4-5. The Talker. Skvman. Khnddv.
Lady Jane Grey. Bagbadlno. Ed 'Garrison
Mty Corl and j,,,,,,,,, ran-
Second Kace-Purse J600; tbreo-year-olds
and up; claiming; six furlongs Avion. 100
E- Kstor). 3 to 1, 6 to 5 and i to i. first;
G9ldan Cnince, io: (Carmody), 6 to 1, 3
t0 x and even s(lcond. waiter Mack, no
(Murray), S to 2, even and 1 to 3, third.
Time, un ! du nun . Awign. Deck-
ra08 Tuscan Blanche ,Donalton
Th,r(I nace Purse l0; all ages: clalm-
ing; nve and a half furlongs Slater Susie,
I"t.(pJ?Jin&bViiSi ?KedaSriJind -1 to !'
,',,' 5B,ara Wi;J child,
10J (McCrann), 20 to i, s to l and 4 to 1,
third. Time. l:08 1-5. Currency. Sir
giiw Blonds L Premium and Arthur
M'S""xr .-JrS:. .7. ,k. ......
olds and up: clalmlns: one mile and fifty
..... . . . .
riv Home. 110 Oler mfe . 3 to 1. 4 to fi
and 1 to 3 first: John W. Weln. 102
i nd out. third. Time. l:s4. Timothy J
iiiuu. I.lttle Marchmont and FreemantK
Hogan. Little Marchmont and Freemantle
Sixth Race rurse 1600: three-year-oias
Time. 1:43. Roundel BMnard, ollyanna.
nMs;v,snn'dn UKPT claiming: one mlle-Dlck
Benson. 104 (Cblvatte). 4 to 1. S to 5 and
4 to s. flrst: Candl; Llahi. 6J (Archam.
Jj t. J (Orm.J. s to'l! : to 1 and
veIt thtrcl. Tlm. i: 3-8. Homin.
Perseus, puke of Phlby, London Girl and
SPORTS IN SIBERIA.
sbatlnor and Hockey Win Faror at
A rahlo mesMc to the Knights of Co
lumbus from Vladivostok announces that
the American and Brltlch troops In SI
Vers first Introduced by tho English
soldlerx Tho red ball will be up In
Siberia for the next two months, says
Garry McGarry, In charge of K. of C.
WOrK at viaajvoiioK.
About threo weeks ago a requisition
came from Russia for 200 pairs of Ice
skates and hockey clubs, according to
wmtam P- Larkin. overseas director.
ti,. tr nf r Intendprt tn nurch.ixe the
hkAti3 here, but found that hy tho time
tncy would reach the boys tne skating .
fad would be over. Tne mil was turneu
0ver to a Japanese firm In this city,
wnicn bued the order.
Janovrskl Loses Only 3 Games Oat
of 2T Playn One Draw.
n,l.i.. y,n vletfe the VnnMtMn
club for lhe purposa of tai:nc;
boards against David JanowskI of Paris
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boards aealnst Davia Janows,,, or l-aris
! .h.ls 8lmu l0" .h.S' L" "
Those who won U W. Palmer, S.
O. Noyes and IL 51. Btoller. Tne araw
was maae oy ur. .. rimiema m mo
dose of the performance, which kept the
expert on his feet for over three, hours.
ho was apparently as fresh as when lie
experts dbaw at chess.
Black and Hago Deadlocked In
Manhattnn Clnb Tourney Match.
B. T. Black and 31. D. Ilago, leaders
of the Manhattan Chess Club, met in the
iniru ruunu jco.viurtj, l.,u icouu l,g,u
. j . ,,. nlnelr ViflA lnt n nleee tnr
t pawn8. Tha rlvas, therefore, still ,
,l L ltn t0tals of iuju each.
cjjeg defeated Flold. while Kupchlk
drew with Fokorny, this Deingf the State i
'champion's third draw. Chajes and Kup-
hll wlth eachi t,ed for
Pint Race Five furlopgs: two-year-
Race Five furlopgs:
...... m.Min fllllee! nurse SHAO Vein
unicK. nz; c in. ,,
" Patty "Vij6.00."11!,1!!,",? I
"Ue2Td 5-i"lV. and a halfTurionis;
three - year - oias ana upwarn; claiming;
purse r' "?'"' '.'L Ti,. .vjlxin; ?. :
r","' ,'vv',,.'v..,t'. eVii ,.,.'"
. ".- ".' b4.! ..;a.'"",
L., 103; Native Soil, 105; Hops,
n. 110; Lubelskl, 113.
JJgJ jTiuJonT'lio; Lub.l.kir ill. " v '
Third Race Five and a half furlongs: i
three - yeaj.oias .anQ upward.; otaaming; .
rmm 1AOO, Mle Tvan. 105! ITmnl. I
ir:ww . . . '
109: Smart Money. 102.
Fifth Race Sir furlongs; three-year-olds
and upward; purse 3800: Ilantarede.
91; "Prince Direct, l: OoIdilone, 99; Le
oil Fay, 101: Lady Langdon, 101; Wynne-
wood, 103; suarage, mo; ioie, 10a; tir-
tones, one uniw una inreo lUBooa. .a n vtiit to x stioken Dlay or tnii i HAII.Y 711s cnDMiiiMf,
ids; uianca, -liars ana stars. .i,ii... nr.. iv. mile ind 9 iTteemt.:
Sixth Race One mile and fifty yards;
threo-yenr-oldi an! -upward; claiming:
Pur W'' Byrn, loot Magnet Land.
i0S. .Bny Cat, 108; Bueknall. 111.
Apprentice alio wanea clalmtd.-
I ROD AND GUN NEWS .
man wateh foii local anqlkr9
Kandr Hook Prlneas Jamaica Day Governors Wllleta New
(inc nominee) nay (t.,anariioi
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Drcriuber S3.. 8:03 Bill 8X17 8:30 S:47 0:10
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The 1-otlift of Yesterday.
Man In till madness destroyed wild lift,
ent In his madneta cannot rentanlsh It.
It will tko tho molt careful and f Bclent
methods to cornet nressnt conditions. Pro
, tectlon ! not tho only mh.ind some
' Kinds of protection will only b n added
na me inrns or proy aucn ai wnensner
and membfrl ft , iron ,tmly we
will ar'oo rtotroy aomo flahi but I dara
...... n.u .i.w.
rase In Its first atages arn the ones most
easily captured and in that manner tne
survival of the unllttest la kept down.
All gamo nnlmals and game birds are
more or less subject to disease of a na
ture th-it man cannot readily understand.
As an Initnnco of destruction and recu
peration, we will clto tho varying hare or
enowshoe rabbits. In 1015 and lilt that
section of Sullivan County east of the
Conhoc'.nn turnpike known as the deer
section was abundant with varying hare.
This section Is possibly the wildest and
less huntod than any section south of the
In 1017 and UU these hares were very
scarce, but In 1910. or the present season,
they are trv much on an Increase. Now
no human efforts destroyed them and no
human efforts replenished them. It Is
Just one nf the cycles of nature that
works out Us own destiny.
In the same territory the ruffed grotiss
or paf.rMgft were very abundant In 1014,
1015 and 1910. and almost extinct In
13-17, m a Ulght Increase and In 1919
a very large increase, In fact, I have
found niorj birds In one 4ay's travel (still
hunting" deer) than I found In the entire
reason of 1918. This also was a hind act
of natura In restoring these birds.
No human efforts could destroy these
birds between the last of the hunting
season nf 191C and the opening of the
hunting seoton In 1917. I could find more
birds on the last days of the 191 season
than It was possible to find on the open
ing of the 1917 season. The birds weath
ered thi winter of I9l and 1917 and were
In apparent excellent condition In the
spring of 1917, as I found them during
the early trout -llshlng season, but the
season cdvanced birds became less numer
ous and shortly after tho hatching season
I obsen-vrt seme broods that numbered
up to fourteen birds, but the broods kept
getting smaller each time I saw them for
some'unarcountable reason, and the young
ones were dying off, proving, that nature
as creating seme mysterious havoc.
To thli there Is only two possible ex
planationseither disease or vermin and
my personal rplnlon gathered by my on
observHUoti and the questioning of many
woodsmen, la that It was both. One
woodsman, a roan that has spent the best
part of llfty-nve years of his life In the
woods, ravo me what I believe to be the
best explanation of the cause of extinction
of the partridge.
He claimed that the birds were nffected
In the section and at the same time as
the chestnut blight became effecllvo. It
Is a wel' known fact that partridge will
gorge thenuelves on chestnuts. The ab
sence of this food might cause a weakness
or somo form nf malnutrition which would
weaken tho birds and subject them t"
both dlsenee nr.d vermin.
Birds and animals of prey aro nn.y
iwlure'i Ulsncs. Without them gsm
birds and game animals will not endure.
To djstrov kll birds and animals of prey
would cutomatletlly destroy ll our game
birds, animals and game flsh.
Nature rave to mankind all that was
necessary to create abundantly and a nat
ural protection, but man has destroyed It
all without Judgment and Is trying to re
build It without Judgment destruction of
forest nnd polutlon of waters and now Is
KMnndn. tti He.trnetlon of the onlv bal-
My friend, A. Pell Jacques, of Tlnton
Fatls. wrl.fh as follow s:
I notice that "Grape Juice Is still an
nexing things. First It was Tlnton Fa Is,
whence the vigilantes drovo him forth with
a box of our stationery under his arm.
Next. Sadlo Sbeddercrabf and myself, but
as nelthir ef ur had any pretensions to
the mysterious, we promptly spurned his
Liter ho grabbed a lady named Lvelyn,
r,hlcll ws highly Improper as she appears
to be an olf-shore tlsher maiden and never
met uron the beach. Perhaps It was not
strange u be i never found on the beach
himself. Then "Agate" gets some cigar
ette smoke up his nose and Grape
Julcn" grabs the cigare.tes. Too bad ho
watn't down at New Inlet In the tent.
Lastly, when I get him Into the break
ers with tha warning that he Is preparing
to annex the "hole in the air.' and label It
"The r.ith of Molecular Activity." ho an
nexe.. th jrcphecy and comes back witn
the Identical echo of it. Can you beat it?
His conidence is troubling him badly In
In order that Mlsther McGlynn may not
aim his red-headed brick nt the wrong
bean, I wl'l faj that the hole in the air
la madi rv the lead as It moves forward.
The paraffined line feeds Into this hole
with tuch extreme rapidity that the pr
afllne melts and greases the inner surface
ot It. thus permitting the line to niove for
ward at high speed and with little fric
tion. Thi knack of making a long cast
re-lst simply In keeping the line in tne
hoI, whfn It '(the hole) becomes bent by
e.T,... feet t. imnosslblo with a ,
ir I line" sinco in warming up It would I
tt x,.A, it i f faju in th noie xar
i.V.ne. If t out of thai
ts. io.dav In anything
... to aaj in
ihort of that dls.
question to get
rvh.n Trot "Crane Juice'-" number and
1',' ff'miVnSi : he denied I the soft,
KJi.eS2,.nt WheS "AcatS" cot he
'"ii'u "-Te?t. tooCt " h.esays Be '
you've used that expression
s within the hearing of the
id and Grant City that they
careful. Doc. S
... mhk.. ,1m.
l.oys of Midland and Grant City that they
1 uu a o
ni siy he Is.
Tort now beta, acted, nightly In
now Torn. 1 ...o..
"v;.. ,.ttw, who love the great out
j..';n, t,rth f th. il- nj tn he
jhola life In the deep woods, do .. w.
HEW ORLEANS ENTRIES.
Tlrst Race-Maidens; purse. JSJO; for two-year-olds;
six furlongs: Emma J., 109: Prin
cess Lou. 109: Bullet Proof. US'. Challenger.
Ill: The Pirate. 113: Anticipate. 112: Louis,
111; Cotmaran (Imp.). 112; Itlfbard V. 113;
Mountain Girl. 113: Dolph. IK: Y.aphank. US.
Second Race-Claiming: purse, rwj. thres-
Jfift ffffe VSM,S!S&
Marathon, 101; -uanang anuvai, jui, liter
10,: liorxnago, jui; urcnia xving.
True i" Steel .107: Tom ; Brooke HI): 'Joseph
und Lad. 115: Bastlle. 107: Ben Hampson'
W. -narto iom, .
Third Bace-Allowaaeei j pone, J7M; two-
year-olds: mllo: Maise. 100: reccant. 101;
ot. uermoin, iua: uuriurnD, .ua, spi. iiersn
ler, 103: Accelerate, 106; Cortland, 108; King's
Fourth Itace Tbree-year-olds ; sllowances; '
purse 8M0; six furionra: Fraiices Slsrr. 101; I
JIlis Uansre, 1M; Bronaer. 107; Nspthallus
(imp.), 10,; Pollu. 107; Snmmei slrh. 107;
Duke John, 107; Stickling. 109: Rainbow Girl.
. m . it..nl.. nlt.M tM Jlle.t. 11.. 11...
lam (imp-l. ii-; naigncHr
Wfth Race-FoyearM, ana upward;
px?. UTm-. 'l'i ucWoV
Alma B. 101: 'Lets. 101: 'KentuckT Boy.
im. r.nif9l mtr. 101 - Yerns n.. im, Dor.
1C1; Capital City.
Dodge. 109: Captain Hodge (Imp.) 109; Capl-
tanla. 109; TbiMlo's
. ioj. Tanla:, 103; Yi
'rts. 109: LltUe St!
!":' laJS IS,.,Lff2Lr'
Also eligible: Brian Bora. !( Miss Stcr-
ting, 108; Yodeles, 1W.
Krrin usee ro
Seventh Race Claiming: purse 8100; for
l.year olds; one mite and seventy yards.
The Gallant, 98; Medusa, 100: Thomas F.
' c ahon 100: 'Subahdar, 103: Flapper,
103; Mary Belle, 108; McAdoo. 108;
Eulogy. 10': Delia Roberts, 109) Towel!.
109; Thursday Nlghter, lit: Red dtart,
113: Utile Cottage, HI; Itedland, 113.
allowance Ave pounds
ur-rer-eis and upward:
from drukmukk 33 io deckmijbk w,
trl.nrf Ttalnt. TVMUlon
A.M. I'M. A.M. I'M. A.M. IM,
7:49 MO 10:38 1133 0.03 030
Ban tiAH 11:30 0:41 10:1
h-Mi 021 13.-00 13.00 10:10 iom
(t:jO 0:A4 13:33 13:37 10:47 1133
o-ru iomi i:iw 1:17 II J7
13:0 1034 11 :1b 1:48
7 13:44 11:30 331
3i47 1.04 liu
did and spend an evening at "Tho Storm."
you will enjoy It I know.
When the curtain rise you have be
fore you a mighty forest, black and gaunt,
through which rushes a foaming rlvar.
In the foreground tho old log cabin; In the
distance tho red sun la scuttling Into a
bank ot clouds: finally thero comes with
the Increasing vmiiu a h i s.i w
storm with shifting drifts which made
me chilly as 1 sat and looked.
In tho third act tho forest fire la so
marvelousty realistic ono almost feels the
slitllnc heat, and like the wild folk of
the woods' thinks only of safety.
Tho nrft rod glaro of the rtrc, miles
nu'AV. ereenn nearer oml nearer and In
tho rush of the gale one can see tha
sparks tly from tree io tie as s
lick up the branches and the (Ire pushes
reslstlcssly on. Tho black trees become
pillars of red embers and steam and gi W'i
smoke envelops this once wondcrfu' f r Jt.
Giant Pines fall with a crash, the
underbrush llaroa up then the fire
n.Mi leevf ntf en nftermatn ot n sal
desolation which will take ages for
Mother Earth tn restore.
All this la only admirable stagecraft,
yet it holds a lesson for all thoso who go
to the woods for recreation and sport, and
after seeing here th' nulk ' ""l-n
of a marvclouely beautiful wilderness it
must need drlvo home the caution for
all of us to bo ever more careful of the
match cast aside and tho camp fire loft
behind. Tut (htm out.
Generations of true sperUmcn which are
to follow after v, too, pats on aro en
titled to a herltase of silent green places,
the natural home of game nib's and
game animals, and we must, see that It
shall come to them. The way to do It
Is to conserve our forests.
1 forgot to say the play a!o Is good and
very "woodsy" and sort o' soothed my
natural longing for tho fishing days to
New Tork. Dec. 21. .
Castlne; Views of Former Thamplnn.
Reading In the Rod and Gun folumn
that Fred Btrger has succeeded in casting
beyond the record, 452 feet 3 Inches, sev
eral times during Sunday practice, leads
me to say that it l no more than I ex
pected of him. , .
Bergsr Is Just the sort of timber that
makes tha Ideal caster. Physical strength
of the lithe typo and coordination of
brain inrt muscle are nature's gifts to him.
He Is bc-und somo day as I predicted to
many last summer, to surpass the pres'nt
record In official contest, and Shaw will
And a worthy opponent In htm. which Is
not to be regretted, for It Is that which
lends Intortsi to all sports, namely, cose
I do nut wish to belittle John fihaw
wonderful achievement of last season, for
I am certain that at the time of its ac
complishment he was the one man suf
nclently ixpert and powerful enough tn do
It, and that was why I placed my specially
built, new reel In his hands that afternoon.
The reel 'had been tuned for tho work ac
cording to my rersonal suggestions bv
an expert mechanic, in fact one that I
know cannot be beaten at the trade, pie
-eoi. the ien record wns established
moy b attributed to these main factors
snaw's torm, strength and perfection of
Practic-, continual rractlce, l the only
pathwiy lending to the championship goal
and John Show was persistent in it, bail
the necessary phvslque and arrived. Prior
' tl, rt" In Ausutt. 1515. v.hen I irMned
the coveted position w;hlch I held for
one season. I practiced with the boys Sun-
'uMr-r he week When I had
no place to throw lead 1 added many
leet tn my casting distance by -making
Imaginary casts with an old broom handle
on the end nf which a knob of broom
I spjke about this conditioning method
to 8hvv and I believe he tried It out.
Why not experiment? It may help you.
Length of rod Is a question nf the ease
with which it can be wielded by its user.
By nil means tike off nil restrictions as
tn l.nirth. but I doubt if any advantage
will he derived by exceeding the present
sine fet 'unit, owing to tho added lever
age, firmli believing that many nf us
would be bennlted hy shortening and not
by ln:reaslng the length of the rods.
Rod butts should be of a length mlt'd
to the Individual caster. It is raey to
understand that the man with a long
reach wll1 need a longer butt than the
nan with short arms.
Avaunt' arc and trajectory theorists,
eit-nament bsrlt lashers and dictionary
spillers. Back! Back to your rocklnr
, re E. DAVIS.
New Tork. Dec. 19.
Asks niralnl Club Information.
Will "rigeon" be good enough tn advise
where Information regarding nimlni Rod
and Gun Club t'.iy bo obtained? The od
vcrtlsenient mentioned escaped writer's no
tice. BRENTON TOMKTNrt.
The Cirollr.a, rinehurt, N. C. Dei It.
Jnll bent'ncei for Game Law Violator.
For violating the provisions of the migra
tory bird treaty act in shipping grou.c.
quail and v oodcok from Blacltatone, Mass.,
billed to New York city, a Connecticut of
fender has been sentenced 'to a term of
three months In Jail by the Federal court
In Connecticut. This orfender hid been a
source of trouble to both Stale and Federal
g.vme officials for a number ot years and
wna finally arrested in Now Haven. Conn,
where the consignment was pelzed on No
vember 2 by the St.ito Superintendent of
tho Hoard of Fisheries and Game of Con
necticut. The consignment was 'first dls-
I covered nnd reported tn the bureau of bio.
Jos enl sun-ey. Department or Agriculture
sum to we gam. , "','7.n"eUZ
Island. The shipment nf birds In question
was In violation of the laws of Connecticut,
but a,m,lcn aB lt was o ln violation of
the migratory bird treaty act the case
was referred to the Federal authorities for
prosecution In the Federal court with the
result ebovo stated. The vigorous measures
thus taken in the enforcement fo the laws
protecting wild life will probably have a
very wholesome effect In tending to pre-
vent vlolstlcis of the law in the future.
HOD AND GUN.
leaves Dunne's. SheeDsheai
Dar. dally except Mondar.
IMS A. M.t Sundar. 1A.U
Cspt ARCHIE nilCKNUrt
10N0 nr-tcn on cholera banks
"sllr T A J
CHOLERA HANKS, 7:30 A. M.
pans everjr ojiy ai a. 31.
Sunday 6 A. M. Hheepshead.
Capt. J. MARTIN.
' f-peclal Notice.
Ot 7nnn ra" 5hy 'rom Canarsle.
r P I HHinV l!vfs she,'.p''Vad 2y 1 A-
COD CUOLER.1 HANKS C(.i).
UrtllTOV 7 A. U. every day. Hamjier't
nilllDl Dook. Sheepshead Bay.
eaves Carman's Dook, Wrack
Lead, everv weekday. i:i
traln: Sunday. (:0S train.
rial in Cholera Danks Codfl.hln,
tLlYIAil nV. Sheepshead Bay dy j
A. M.. Sunday 7:30. RAU.
t. npr n II laea Canarsle dally en
Kll.rK. II. Mon- Da Frl.. 7 A. U
IIUUa.HI ill DICK rERSO-
UULUIfl UIHRun.. t.M tra,n n.-i"'
G I R A L D A Stnday
Cr MTA CODFISIIINO.
Ml liniA leaves Canarsle dally eicent
till. LlHlfl Mon. and Frl. Capt. McAVn?-
pnCARFI I Bervlce discontinued for eei.
rlUaWDIILL ,on. Ctpt. GEO. W. WILSfiN.
LOST, FOCNP AND REWUtD.
I1ST Saturday evening, tan wallet con
taining cards and cash; namo stamped In
side: reward; no questions. JULIAN SEA
MAN, care of. Frank Seaman, Inc. 470 4tn
Ave., cor. 32nd St.
neglstered Whit rolll. Pnn.. r.is,1v for
rvmas; jlo-JIJ. EI Brl'ia Farai, Darllag-
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combining the delights of a bracing SHORT SEA TRIP TO
THE SUNNY SOUTH with interesting visits to Historical
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New York . Old Point Comfort
Norfolk Richmond, Va.
and connecting lines for all points South, and West. Steamers
leave New York daily except Sunday at 3 P. M., from Pier 25.
N. R., New York.
Fares include meals and stateroom berth on steamer.
For information apply to Old Dominion S. S, Line's office or Comolidtted Ticket
Offices. 64 Broadway. 57 Chamber. St.. 31 Weit 32d St., 114 West 42d St. 'Phone
(til offices) 6700 Bryant. 336 Fulton St., Bklyn. 'Phone 7630 Main, or write
). J. Brown, G. P. A.. Coastwise Steamship Lines, Pier 49, N. R.. New York
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rklinol, Ot West 43th bfreel.
Seciotarlal training; Individ
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Ocean Kront. Unusually attractive dttrl.n
Autumn and Winter Seasons. Luxurious
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niusk'. A palatial r.ldouco for thoio seed
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AMERICAN and EUROPEAN TLANS.
RFJlTEM iKJTEL bl&Uail
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A convenient and delightful place to
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motoring, excellent saddle horses, two
golf coursea and all outdoor sports.
Address C. Irussoll. Man i o
skk AO GUST A, GA., '".st t(
mONTENAC, UlllUIBC. CANADA.
FOlt THE GREAT WHITE srOItTS.
CANADIAN rACIFIf! IIAILWAY.
r. It. ferry. Oen.Agt,.Pas Dept.. i;Uwy.
- B E rTmTu D A
rHIXCE.NS HOTfX, Opens lec. 19.
HOTKL F't if 'r 1 . Opens "ec X.
llorlila ICa.t Toast Hotels,
Re.ervatlons. 243 5th Ave.. N. T.
AMnrsir.Vii wintkb uror.T ;knteh
PInehurst. N C flolt sni kII iports.
rACKAItn TOltlUNG CAB,
VEUY LATE LIKE NEW.
1)19 Peerless Chummy, 4 Passenstr.
1S15 Cadillac Roadster.
1919 Chandler fednn. 7 Passenger
1919 Bulck "6" Ave Passenger,
1919 Chevrolet Sedan.
1919 Chevrolet "4J0." Like Netr.
1318 Chandler chummy. Winter Top.
19U Maxwell 3 Pass.. Winter Top.
1JH Dodge Fedan.
19M Wektrott Sedan. 7 Paengor
1918 Mitchell Sedan, Like New.
191 S Velle Pedan, Z Passenger.
19H Wlllys-Knlght Touring.
191? Liberty Chummy.
1919 Saxon Touring.
1918 Marmon Chummy, IJke New.
1918 National Chummy, Like New.
lsl S Hulek 7 Passenger Touring.
191S Ftudebaker '" Touring.
IJIT Dulck 3 Pojs. Cobalt.
1917 Hupmobllo 5 Pass. Touring.
1917 Ptudebaker 4 .Passenger Coute.
1917 Cadillac 7 Tars-nger Touring.
1917 Hupmoblle Sedan.
191 Ilea "I" Touring,
19H Cwdlllac Touring.
1913 Cadillac Roadster.
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nillOHTON AITO EXCHANGE. INC.
Appraisers to the Trade.
1071 to iQH.yvrLAXTicAV.. imooKLvy.
Pas. for your tires nhllo you are rldlni.
Reliable automobile owners can buy the
highest grade tires with tho Inrgei: guar-
antee on the Instalment plan: 25 per cent.
down and the balance In weekly Inatal-
menti. Service nt both stores.
snnvicK Tim: a- ruhiikr co
2834 Droaday (85th st,); Schuyler 2372.
281 E. Fordham rd., 2 bl. E. of Concourse.
TKrcKS trucks rnrcKs.
SPECIAL FOlt THIS WEEK ONLT.
Uehullt and Overhsuled 34 to S'i ton
PACICAHDS. PIF.RCR-ARROWS WHITB
TRUCKS 1918-1919, ALL OUAtlANTEED. I
OVER 500 Tl CHOUHB FROM
TltAsfJIT TOTtGK WAnEIIOl'SE.
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Telephone 2Ji3l Prospect.
Tops recovered nnd repaired: curtains,
storm aprons, carpets, mats, painting; all
kinds of bodv trlmmlne-.
riHLLirs Airro i:at cover co..
244-250 West 19th.
Thone 63S3 Bryant.
otto n. jioody;
1920 Essex touring
Dulck Coupe, line condition
1915 Renault, I.tmo.
Rrewster Ia.nd. (Coll) Bo,l
554 West 51th St. Circle (!U9.
4-psisenger Fleetwood body; compl-te
eaulpm'nt, Intludins 6 wire wheels, tonneau.
wind shield: guaranteed mechanically no
dealers, rhone Rector S.OtEttenslon 149.
LnMON""34. town car. with extra vie
torla and touring tops! very smart appear.
ance, recently overhauled, newly painted"
! York City.
Telephone 8533 Barclay.' '
DOBS lOUU CAK NEED KEPAliTfiJiTf
We will keep your car In dead storage dor.
Ing tbs winter months free on gtiaranleed
iVsrhasilIng work. Tel. M. II. 888.' AotaT jl"
shlnWI.t Engineers. Inc.. 303-13 E. 47th sJt.
""ROLLS-ROYCE, late 1914. four-door .
dan; Rolls-Royce late 1914. cabriolet:
Mercedes, late 1911 racer, converted runl
about. Telephone Plasa 4000. Room -Write
Room 2. Buckingham Hotel.
MERCEU SrEEDSTEIL" very classy
rebuilt, repainted white; demonstrate chserl
fully: J550: Burke's Mercer. No. 1018 Atiii,.
tie Ave.. Brooklyn. Prospect 107.
i RTirrZ roadster, manv extras; good con
dttlon: 8600: will take Ford and cash: time
S.vments. HAGERMAN. 1697 Broadly
DODGE SEDAN, late model, elegit con
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k Tnn rlereeArraw. White; ae n..v.t
dump at a bargain: wonderful condition;
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" STCDEBAKER SEDAN, l!e lSI7Tiau
tlful condition: will demonstrate, uii
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STXTit Touring, perfect mechanically
and otherwise: price far below its real
value. 1015 Atlantic Ave. Prospect 107.
CADILLAC 1918 Vletorlt Coupe,
8 000 miles: reasonable. 2HS Wist 88th
si., near Broadway. Circle 1117.
HUDSON Cabriolet. 1918. like new. jj
nr... 11th. near Broidws. Circle 1417-
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Bath and Ttettment. Write .
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tl.p'nd .'an. 20
Calls it Plymouth Omits Benttuasptea
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Oriana 1? Noon D.c.27
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NF.W YORK to PLYMOUTH.
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Maurctsnia Dec. 30, Feb. 13, Mar. 26
In ccrator Jan. 24. Feb. 21
NEW YORK to PLYMOUTH.
Havre and Southampton
Royal Ccorr,e. .. Jan. 24. Feb. 24 Mar. 22
NEW YORK to PLYMOUTH.
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Caronii Dec. 24
NEW YORK to PLYMOUTH.
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.atonia Dec. 3!. Tcb. 7
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tbeve 'Prices focluat Wir Tax
Boat leatea t'l.r S'j, North UWer, Dally
and Sunday at 3 P. U.
ruone Bpripg Mm.
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fnWo.tnn B,r 1 v I'le- 14, N. R.. 5:00 Pi it
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The Best In Trnsel.
KS Fifth Ate.. N. V. Tel. Maillion Sq. 6;n.
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Manofaetured Only by
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Fatsnt Stag Handle..
At all Dealers or w. b. LAwitENCaT,
Stsrlisg Silver or .":r.o I't .-!..
An-suM 01 00 nreaawoy, 1 . 1.1 tr. 1
Maii order. Hiied.
SILK Tricots. 1,200 piece?, colors to
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oua'itles. monthly deliveries BECKER,
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u.amu.mjS, uuuut. avid, fur rata csily. Bs
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IVnrceoler, fl.ISi Proildenie direct, 2.jg ,
. OUTM1IK hlATEKOU.MM 1.US M.ll I
I Dally, Including Sunday. 3:00 I. it. I
I rrom Pier Is. 13. H Phone 1JC0 Deekman I
lriekets I'ler nr r,,.--nll,1ne;l ticket offle.J
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TU Salary SnJe.
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HERE'S JUST WHAT
Permanent work, In Msct
ation with other worth
while girls. No previous
experience necessary. Paid
while learning. Become a
Good pay, rapid advance
ment Sick benefits without cost,
free medical advice, pen
sions. Substantial hot luncheons
furnished below cost, com
fortable rest rooms, sani
tary locker rooms.
Vacations with pay.
Six day week with 7 and 8
Also we have positions as
Night Operators, optional
to girls over at.
Extra Pay for Night Work.
Apply today at our Main
Employment Office, corner
97th Street and Broadway,
Manhattan, or at one of the
following Branch Offices.
58 W. Houston St. 9 A. M.
to s P. M.
453 E. Tremont Avenue, n
M. to 9 P. M.
to s P. M.
1336 Broadway, 9 A. M. to
5 P. M.
Telephone Madison Square
raooo (Free call) for fur
ther particulars or to make
an appointment for an Interview.
NEW YORK TELEPHONE
$900.00 to $1,400.00 a year.
Working conditions and op
portunities for promotion
Call at 1 158 Broadway, N.
Y. C, and see Miss F. G.
Carncross, who will give
you full particulars or
Fill in and mail the blank
Please communicate with
me about the position which
ERATOR. Woman capable of
supervising entire srorli
of department. Iyirge
downtown bank. Must
have thorough knowl
edge of addreesgraph
work. Aje 25.35. v
los J Sun oftlcr.
HELP WANTED MALE.
I. iL C. A.
Urgeat and best svhnet It ta
V. 8. Seud for hook let ssa pass
to cbool. Ttltphcat Celuibva
7970. Kpedil rlasvM for laJita.
BOYS wanted; dunce for advancement;
hours 9:30 till 6:13; wage. (10. Columbia
University Press Book atore, 29S0 Btoad
way. Call Monday, t X. IS.
BOY, email, wanted tn Urge advertie.tai
agency Chance for advancement If capable.
nil J. l HUMrtu. uUh III
Msdflsnn Ave.. New Tork City.
HOY, bright, 18 or 17 years, omo: per
nvinent position: excellent opportur.ltv fop
advancement. T.EVILLON FREKES,
West 35th Street.
BREWSTER & CO.
BRIDGE PLAZA. LONG ISLAND CtTT.
Have optning for mechantcal inspector
r.'ith knowledge of automobile parti
and experienced In Inspection of worl:
tn p roc ess.
LEARN TO BE A CHAUrFSUR Pleas
ant and proP'..ble work; day and erenlsg
classes. Mend for free booklet and visiter!
psss. West Hide T H. C A. 801 WSTth t.
SALESMEN High grade aeeurlly sales
men, German preferred, to become associ
ated with progressive organlrstlon hand
ling German municipal honds: liberal com-
mission Aptily neom
, THOSE emTToyed st-a
Iieom 2J. 4j i,m.rty Ft.
adtlv 'an nuke good
money In their spare tlino siting our pro
position. iilte 10"3. Hi) West 8l!h K:
TWO Industrial Insurance men rrl and
ffround floor opportunity. Apply Immedl-ot-lv
Suite 1003 110 West 81th ?t
U. S. Government
Opening of SealsiS Cc
The opening of Sealed Bids on
a miscellaneous lot ot Spare
Parts tor CURTISS JN4-D AIR
PLANES advertised in this pa
per by the Material Disposal and
Salvage Division ot the Air Ser-
vice on November 28, December
, r- , . . ,
s and December 12. is nostnoned
until 11 A. M December 27,
Otflee cf the Quartermaater General.
Clothing and Equipage Division, Munitions
Building. v,arntngton. p. u. sealed pro.
porals in duplicate will be received br
until II A 1.. December 3rd, 1913, fo?
rjrnlahinc a'.t or anr cart of 80.000 vt:-
rTAttnn To-vellr.ff. Ride must L. aeeern