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NEW YORK BOXING FANS GIVE
$430,000 TO SEE TENSHO WS STAGED
BY TEX RICHARD IN THE GARDEN
iTpnOSPEIUTT smiled upon the world of sport this enr.
t Baseball mngnntes never hnd a mere succes-sful Masen
mnd tliu big college foetlmll teams cnu'igi'il with u staff
jerinc surplus. . The public seems te have been en n pro
longed vacation, denjIiiK Itself nothing and paying big
prices for entertainment. Figure are net available at
present, but when they are tnade public there will be
gasps of surprise.
The boxing gume in New Yerk nle is reaping n golden
harvest. The faus have tleeked te the shows, especially
these staged by Tex ltlckard In Mutltsen Square linnlen.
Thus far ten events hae been staged and the receipts have
totaled mere than .51.1O.C0O. That's an average of $43,000
per show, which is ging some. It also 1b a record.
Way back in l'JOO Tex lib hard promoted the Nelson Nelsen
Gans lightweight battle in Geldtield and took in $0!,71u
at the gate. This a the most money ever paid for n
lightweight bout until Benny Leenard met Jee Welling
la the Garden. The receipts were 501,000 for this one ene
sided affair. Nct Tuesday night Jack Dempscy and Bill
Brennnn will mix for the heavyweight championship.
Few concede Hrtnnan a chance, ct the bout is expected
te draw at least SL'00,000.
There must be plenty of money in the big city, for
vei. thing seems te go big. Ker example, take the Willie
Jacksen -Hddie l'ltzsimmens affair. There was no title at
etakc, just a battle between a pair of contenders, nnd the
public paid 502,000 te see it. )undec nnd Welling drew
151.000 nnd I. Mich and Sharkey in their two uppearances
attracted $11,711) nud,$3:t,000. Lynch and Abe Goldstein,
un ordinary wind-up, drew $25,000, the all-star wclter
weight card was geed for $2'J.O00 and the Neble-Murray
iuss was last with U,'J00. Mike O'Dewd and Jeff Smith
took iu $45,000.
These figures show that the Hickard syndicate which
ignea Dempsey and Carpeutier for a $."00,000 purse did
net make :i sucker play. If two lop-sided matches like
Leenard and Welling and Jacksen and Fitzsimmons can
draw a total of $13:1.000 and Dempsey and Brenunn can
get approximately $200,000, what will the folks in New
Yerk pay te see a HUAL scrap? Business certainly is
geed these days.
By KOB12KT W. MAXWELL
Spert lilller lenlng l'ublle LeUier
111 cases where I have been approached by or In behalf
of some player active In the college geme 1 always Inves
tigate his case If I think I can use him. If professional
football for him means nn Interruption of his college
career, which would othcrwlse continue, I will net con
sider him for a moment.
"There is no disgrace In playing professional football,
although some college men threw up their bunds in holy
horror when it is mentioned. This makes me laugh, 1
placed at Carlisle and met many coaches and players, I
knew all about their preselyting methods. 1 could have
picked mere than one big eastern university for my alma
mater and would net have been compelled te tell for a
living, either. They talk of high ideals, but they like te
grab off the football talent which rellects glory en their
institutions. They have a way of smoothing out the read
for the fellow who works his way through college if he
happens te be a geed football player.
UXT Tuesday night thr spectators tcttl pay up
' try ts m strict training and se is Drennan. Bill
says he is better than ever hejere and is confident
of victory. Yeu can'4 blame him for that. Xe
matter heic the bout turns out, he citl tern. He
receives $30,000 for his trouble.
Thorpe Upholds Pre Football
INDEPENDENT football has been quite popular this
year and some of the colleges are wondering if sport
Trill" suffer next ar because of it This fear Is ground
less. Neth.ng can replace the collegiate gridiron game,
ae matter hew many stars ere in the line-ups of the
Independents. During the regular season the colleges reign
supreme. Ju December the independents. which is a
polite way of referring te the pros step into the picture.
Jim Thorpe, who is here with his Canten Bulldogs te
play the l'heenixville All-Americans at the Phils' park
tomorrow, has u f'w words te say en the subject.
"They say that prefessiuiinl teams corrupt the young
college student." said Jim, "by luring him from school
before his athletic cureer is finished. It is claimed that
the boys are tempted te forsake the halls of learning and
lese nil interest in college athletics for the pt'vllege of
play iug football once a week for money. All of the blame
has been placed en the professional promoter.
"1 huve been managing professional foetbi.ll teams for
five j ears, and net once hae I made an offer te a college
player who did net approach me first. We hnve se much
talent te draw from that it is net necessary te go after
men ou college teams. In fact, this year we made a rule
out In Canten that every cellt-ge player seeking employ
ment would be discouraged, and if he persisted his coach
would be notified.
"Yeu would be surprised te knew hew many letters
nd tc Icgruins I get from prominent college gridiron stars
and men who hae passu their years of football eligibility
in schools till eer the Vbdntry.' TfTnad wanted te I
I'eu'd 1i.im pluck"! mere than one eastern headlincr out
of the ceV.ege ranks.- -But we don't de business that way.
(CVllI! professional game is played by men who are
expert en the gridiron and can handle them
selves better than the college athlete. This is be
cause they are mere matuie and have had experi
ence. Entertainment is provided for the public
Xe effort is made te encroach en collcge games.
Therefore, where is the kickf
Great Array of Bachficld Talent
TIIOUPE says a man does net reach the height of grid grid
Iren efficiency until after he leaves college. This being
the case, there will be a let of efficient players In the game
tomorrow. It will be interesting te compare the rival
backficlds with Thorpe, Calac, Guyen nnd Griggs en one
side and Stan Cofall, Pollard, Johnny Scott and Bedle
Wcldeu en the ether. Thorpe is a wonderful punter, but
he will have te be at his best te held his own with Cofall.
In the Frankford game two weeks age Cofall steed en
his own goal line and booted the ball te the Frankford
5-ynrd line, a distance of 1)3 yards. The oval sailed 70
yards en the fly and rolled the rest of the way. Last
Saturday in New Yerk Thorpe did better than 00 ynrds
en several kicks. It is seldom that two punters like that
ever meet In competition.
Manager Lee Conway, who first saw the pess'billtlcs
of Independent foetbb.ll In Philadelphia this year, says
one of the largest crowds of the season will see the con
test. Mr. Conway has successfully handled the last two
games and says tomorrow's battle will surpass the ethers.
Fans Regret Absence of State
THE news that Penn had dropped Peuu State from the
1021 football schedule was received with much gloom
yesterday. This game has been one of the most popular
played here and always was well attended. There are
many State ulumui living near Philadelphia, and this
action denies them the pleasure of seeing their team in
nctien. State played cleau football in the last two gnmes.
They were real sportsmen, and are showing It new in
taking their medicine in silence.
However, there is a chance that Penn State will
seen here next fall. It is rumored that the Navy wil! be
played in Philadelphia en the day Peuu is nwuy, and thi
should be a great game. Tje Middies are allowed te p'i .,
away from Annapolis once euch season, and favor a gume
State also will play Georgia Tech in New Yerk en
October 29, according te reports. Harvard was anxious
te schedule a contest, but the Center collegians could net
accept the dute offered. These teams probably will get
together in 1022.
Ty Must Be en Jeb Early
TY COBB is te manage Detroit next seusen, which mcan3
he will be present en the training trip. Ty never was
keen for early practice and used te report u couple of
days before the club broke camp. New it will be different.
Cobb's appointment comes ns a hiirpri.-e. It was known
that Frank Navin was considering Clarence Hen land and
Jimmy Burke, and it was reported borne time age that
Rowland would get the job.
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DOBSON CAGE V
Finds Little Trouble Winning
Over Monotype Fleisher
Shocks General Electric
xv. i r.c. w. t.. r.c.
Rending.. O 1 .000 (tereinnt'n S 7 .800
Trrnlen.. O a ,H1H f'onteM'e '1 0 .HW
Camden.. 7 4 .030 I'hUn. ..2 0 .18?
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LAIS 10 HAVE
MOGULS AND PLA YERS
MUST WORK TOGETHER'
Ball Players Knew About Scandal; Se Did Magnates,
Might Have Been "Menkey-Wrench in Machinery" '
By GKANTLAND KICU
BILLY DEFOE IS ON TRAIL
FOR CRACK AT J. KILBANE
St. P,tul 126-Peunder Is Making Big Impression in IS'vtv Yerk
Bouts Richard After Title Tilt
I5y LOtlS II. JAFFE
AY CAMl'ISLl.I., weal fi-t!r critic, (Jarden will
is i, . ms; lut of tr.ive'lng t'.'e davi
It isn't wfp'nuent fur Ha t i h ii ut
in New A .tIc nnd b.iek azain. seni"-tinnv-
'he -u.w ln I I'l I - '. -.' tu
the bi t.v'i. Campbell has b n look
ing nT ' initnr.''n rh. re. ii"d th"re
iB one b im r in ti.irtii-iilar who hu nt-
tril ted Un - evpi'rt eye
Frank e III e mets K. O circus In the
i ether elKht-r under. an 1 rtlar Louts nr
Whites- t'ltztf. .'.Id g Spider Iteach, Abe
Ooidsteln s. Jack I'erry and Wlllle .spencer
va Temmy Murray
I El-ankle K. O. Vnilth. of MpmnhU T.nn
will main his lint upyearnnci in Phllmlpi
Ph.a at the Auditorium A A Tu.lay nlsht
Hla manaKBr Harry Klckardi. has mntche.1
hmlth with Teurrhey Duran lr. one of the
prel mi te ihe Yeung Tem SlmrKcy-liebby
Eddie Rundo la flirurln? n frw hntn ehaud
"Aftfr Jeb Chrlatle knocks Jlrrmy M ndn fur
la row en Saturday night." Htnde wntcs,
1 'he will lw ready te de th am.i te Javk
match llillv with AndTi1'""0''""""""-'1"'"
Chaney, and the winner will by ne- ,.
claimed rhamnlen of the world " lennr Jee Tuber y keeping Ihis between
..,., Ili?,,)t"c.,,lv huatiln coal and arulnj with
Ie roe ha-, appennil in two bout B"ly Silverman.
ijciere local audiences, j.a-r iirnincri
the .St. I'nul boxer was elmded by
Johnny Dundee in an eight -rund bout
at the Philadelphia Hail Park. Later
Hilly whipped P.alph P.rudy in a lim
lhe iut.'st n tih.-iweisnt te uill his i ited bniit nt Herman Tavler's Camden
bark te the pe.' k wlrch is trailius . SperUmen's Club.
Johnn Klibane, th venerab!- kuu of ,
the llirt-petind realm, th Hilly De Tee,
of St Paul " ihivs caiupheii "During Scraps About bcrappers
the last miiph" 'f mrmt'is De Fee has j
cored -H'Ti' lnijiressivf .ttire. and , eW.le MlniMin Is the way Jf hnnv IMrrs
.Npv 1 nrk .i r.ni'i are liaillt'g llim ns ' nni.'niinB iim snow at the t ambr'a I
the ti'tc'lin ("'. M 'uiiTer's suci esker,
Hebby Hurman has been n atched with
Temmy Cleary for ncit fa'urday nmlit at
N. Y. te Jein Bowling Congress
Nrw erk. I3ec. 10 At a m. . tlrnr of -he
t0Ard of fcroverners of '.he New Tort Dewllnc
Aeseelatl' n tt was the unanimous opinion
of all present that It would be for the belt
tntureeta of th sport In these pir-j te have
the N T H A 1eln the Amerin newlinu
( enjrresi nnd th.y will se recommend at the
Decern' r m it
The .T. & J. Dobsen basketball five
still stands Bitpreme In the ranks of
industrial bnskctball. The Falls cage
representatives latt evening kept their
percentage nt 1.000 mark when they
eailly polished off the Monotype repre
sentatives, considered one of the bent
in the Manufacturers' Basketball
League, scere 40-23.
Heb Calhoun's hrs stnrted off nt a
fast pace, secured n seven-point lend
nnd maintained the advantage te the
end of the first half, which ended 21-13.
In the second period the Dobsen team
work was a telling factor nnd they con
tinued te pile up points nnd were tak
ing things rather easy at the finish.
The star of the evening was Edwards,
tl roving guard of tlie champions. He
bad u tield uight sheeting the two
pointers. On six occasions be eluded
his opponent nud slipped down the fleer
for baskets, one of the best perform
ances by n guard this season. Lees
shared the honors with Edwards, while
Hiermnn and Campbell excelled for
"Llve Wires" Mnlie Debut
General Electric made its debut In
cage basketball and the "llve wires"
were shocked themselves by Eddie.
Lusk's Fleisher YnrncVs, who romped
sway with an easy 37-12 victory. The
downtewners had no trouble in scor
ing at will eh the teamwork of General
Electric was sadly locking. This is due
mere te the fact that the team was
hastily thrown together than anj thing
A large crowd of fans were en hand
with the electric boys nnd when they
get a little mere accustomed te each
ntber ilu scores will net be be one
sided. Atherholt with five goals and II.
O'Connell with four were the best
scorers for Fleisher. I.awry did fine
work for General Electric.
I5Ig Game in Trenten
All is excitemeut in Trenten, New
Jersey. The Petters piny the Heading
lienr4 this evening nt the arena and an
mission tickets are nt n premium. Ii
the Jerte.wncn humble the Pretzels it
will tie up the Eastern League race and
one of the most btlrring battles of the
btnsen is en the cards.
The enlj club that has beaten Read
ing this yi'nr wns Trenten and that re
verse was handed en the home fleer.
Tem Harlow Is eligib'e te get into te
night's contest nnd It is almost n, cer
tainty that he will start, but whose
place he will take Is the rpic'tlen that
Albert Cooper nlone can answer.
Four hundred reservations have been
set aside for the Reading rooters who
will come with the team.
Iloelnvood Signs Star riayers
Manager 'Wlnsklll. of Rookwood, has
signed two of the best men from the
coal regions te take the plnces of Knerr
nnd Dunn, who nre out of the game with
injuries. They are Hill Clark, who for
eight years wns guard find captain of
Pittston, both befere and after they
entered the Pennsylvania State League,
nnd Jim Heward, of Bethlehem, one of
the best long shots up the state. Beth
are big men, weighing in the neighbor
hood of 180 pounds.
Rookwood has also been greatly
strengthened b,v the return of last year's
star forward, Whltey Sturgis, who has
been playing in New Yerk state since
the middle of Inst vcar. Sturels nnd
Heward arc expected te get In the game
at isoyertewn tomorrow night.
Rookwood, In spite of injuries te
Dunn, Knerr nnd Owens, has been
plnying excellent ball and has made a
very creditable record te date.
Columbia Awards Letters
Nev Yerk, Dec. 10 Twenty-four foot
ball players were awarded the football "C"
at Columbia In a list of athletic nwarrts
made public by the university committee en
athletics. Included In the list were five
Bperts football, crew, baseball, golf and
cress-country. The crew, baseball and golf
awards were te members of last sprlnc'n
tt'ems, and the football and cress-country
arc based en performances this fall.
Ban Jehnsen Agrees That Cases
Against Indicted Ball Players
Ge the Limit
Clilcace, Dec. 10. Judge Kcncsaw
Mountain Lnndls, buprcme bend of
baseball, will have full authority te rid
baseball of the gambling evil, according
te n statement made here following his
conference with Ban Jehnsen, presi
dent of the American League.
After n two-hour talk in the judge's
federal chamber both men agreed the
cases against athletes indicted before
the Cook county grand jury n snort time
age should he pushed te the limit.
President Jehnsen suggested te Judge
Landis that the latter write into the
new agreement that is te be drawn up
all the powers he thinks he ought te
hnve for the geed of the sport and for
his own protection.
President Jehnsen advised Judge
Landis te take immediate possession of
the bnscbull affair that he might assume
responsibility in banishing nil plners
from the sport who have the incltna
tien te be crooked.
Attorneys representing the National
nnd American Leagues will surround
Judge Landis with advice in the interest
President Jehnsen today announced
the date of the annual American League
meeting ns December 15 in New Yerk
due te the joint gathering of the draft
The question of whnt may be done
with the "spit-ball" is scheduled for
discussion' nt the club owners' imeetlng,
together with certnin rules of the gnme.
The Notional League meeting is set
for December 1-1, also in New Yerk.
MANY an entry has been branded a
nuitter who merelv hnd Intelligence
enough te knew where te step in order
te prepare for another start.
What Baseball Needs
BASEBALL needs, as a starter, the
unprejudiced judgment of a man
darin after the manner of Judge Landis
te Insure justice nnd close observation
of certain wrinkles thnt, unless ironed
out promptly, may inter turn Inte .
It needs a keener vision en tbe part
of all magnates, who, for the protec
tion of the game, which also means
their property, must be willing te leek
n few steps beyond the gate receipts.
Beyond this, it also needs n closer
co-operation among the players for the
general geed of the game which fur
nishes their living.
Any number of plovers knew most
of the Inside story which surrounded
the White Sex.
Suppose, with their inside knowl
edge, they had collected oil the facts
and insisted upon the crooked players
being brought te trial.
If they hnd, the player today would
be in control of baseball, with. the mag
nate backed clean out of the frame.
If is up te the player, mere than any
one else, te protect his own game. It
might net be n bad idea te have a
vigilance committee, built from ene or
two trusted men upon each ciud.
But unless both owners and players
work together for the game itself, either
side con toss n monkey wrench into the
machinery with devastating effect.
Plays Yeu Should See
UmllE BAT," by "Babe" Ruth.
J- "Heartbreak Heuse," by Cennie
"The Bad Main," by Jack Dempscy.
"The MirngeT" by Jess 'SVlllard.
"The Broken Wing," by Ed Walsh.
FIGURED in the order of their com
parative ehances te win from Demp
sey the remainder of the heavyweights
might be placed in this erder:
1. Jess Wlllard.
2. Geerges Cnrpentier.
3. Harry Wills.
Dempscy himself believes thnt Car-
pentlcr would have n better chne t
beat him than any of the ethers, becan;
the Frenchman is the only one of ti
trio who can match him in speed t
"Carpentlcr Is a fast, skillful bextr
with a punch. That's all eny one. netdi.
The ethers ere tee slew," the champion
remnrked a few days nge. In spite of
this opinion there are many who tni
bolleve that .Wlllard, well trained "ad
mentally adjusted for the test, weull
hnve the better chance te turn thi
THE talk of stepping the proposed
Dempsey-Wlllard fight en ncceunt
et its nrutanty is tee ridiculous for
further comment. In the fimt r,i
who cares hew many punches they tuu
cnuuKB' in me ecenu place, Is one
n.i.i.in .i..ii, i. . i,'. . vur
""'"-in, ucewi iu it vuunuiieu ay ft j
iei ei uiueu-ncnricu sentimentalists te
wnerp- a urep or two ei Dioea is a thlni"
of unparnllelcd horror?
CopvrieM, lite. AH rlahu reserve!
The man who brinp accurst ulci
knowledge, confidence and ability
created by correct teaching te tit
world's markets finds quick, prof
Oar Action Training method of
teaching: uleimtmhip teti tha its.
dent squarely' face te face with ulci
problem! and pelicial which he mint
work out in the clatiroetn. We de
net teach theory by general lec
ture! te ever-crowded clanei. Th
director of thil cenrie it sales men.
ager for a big buiinsii firm in
A few classes starting- new. Knrell today,
32d and Chestnut Sts.
"Its Onlv a Ftie Minutes te DrutV
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i Practical Xmas Gifts That I
I Mean Health and Pleasure
Gifts that net only show intelligence in selection, but which nrn
useful nnd practical because of tK'r health-giving possibilities.
Our experience of mere than 25 years handling men's nnd boys'
sporting needs has familiarized us te the extent thnt we can give
an unusual service, particularly in serving women patrons who
want te buy for men or bes. Ne trouble te show goods.
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ennrmram 'mnd. ar' in weight, Ililh '
went thr'"U i 't , p .eati . arid doled
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lad. Th.-u !.' i .'it In J IV I'm' with
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the rerip i-iit "f u titrifi- lit' UK r. 1
was ci'i ilinalj hnkv te ''lei hfte n
round .t' tin- Sr I'.u.l terror.
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Itrevu. nt th.- i t. .ind kne'k'i! huu
Ollt 111 eli veil Hl'iruk Ot the I'lnucri
Spert rii; ("ub in Ww erk utj. Thi
tun, t'ie mi nnd time On Tee -tupped
itreun I.Uht jear he roeked I'rinkie
te sleep HI nine letitnl" tit I.ewe 1. M l
IJruwn leaped into tli lime'are u ump'e
of eii i age. when I i ilrep'ieil Jei.nnj
Klll'.uie nt tht (llwiipiu,
"Te Kii knrd i- iiikim; nn earnest
effort tu inveigle Kilbann into a eliuin eliuin
piensllip I'elile-t Willi I'l' I'ee If he
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Artie O'Leary vs. Gus Franchetti
min hoi i
Benny Valger vs. Jack Russe
a mill it -r u mei is
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DARBY FIRE CO.
SnU Dec. II, at Ililldalu I'ark, Darby
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! Quaker City vs. Collegians
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ten.itht Wlllle McC'leskry Ja.-k llrtt7ZO
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cipal mat'hPH ach si-hdul.l for elsht
r- unds Je Kulr n T-y Vnnitfcll Ynunir
Terry M-J'M-n ts Vjimc radi Djnenn t
uni Ja.n illnser vs Johnny Williams ure
etl.er nu:ntrs ,
Je ChrUtlnna will pjt JacU Husse threunh j
hi final we-K-eut this afternoon. In prepare. I
1' -I f r the former New organs l Kht- .
w iKh' -i bv'it tomorrow nuht with Ili-nny
' v. r j N iv Vurk at the Vat etial 1'lub. 1
i - Ik uls A-i'-. OT-ary (lili l"ran- '
" J .f i-hrlstl. s Jimmy Mnrde. IHHy
I is Yeiin Meilway und Whltey fJurke
h J . k Ulrick.H
llenntn Tiuler has a t
- ir-1 tn- th Olvn p a
'OK' 'iftt y bf.ll s eti
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I -i la
MUMtw i:vi:.vinu, ii:ciimiii:ii
Murray vs. Spencer
AIli: ATTi:i.I. JACK
Goldstein vs. Perry
Fitzgerald vs. Reache
Kf O. ntANKIK
Tircus vs. Rice
.l'.e H. n. riiiRi.u:
Chanev vs. Metrie
a.uts .n a i n V el Walten buffet
II- i I isr Hts Hvulur priPes.
We Alene Sell Them At
Special Today and Tomorrow J
A n,. OJT Ct IQ1I. C1X OJ
flvxjUl OO O. lOlll et. ecwy
Tar ii.. i, iS- ' ''"A
$S If juii nre net slUttsssffl
IT flril with qualllj,
at lne. style or prr
M MONKY HACK. Tpk "JT jTI
nd m snuuMty. new & Mfi w i t ra ir fi'i- H u
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We are selling these shoes en the
present low-price ma ket. They
represent a value that no ether
shop can duplicate tntlaiil
The kn.d of shoes veu want
.Smart, strongly built, will wear
well and leek well nlway.s Seal
Brown or Black. All shapes; nar
row or htead tees. A REAL op
On Sale Here 2 Dans Only
Open te 9:30 at Night
CL JrrtaH TTS
N EVERY NIGHT
Before and During me 1 Qc
War New and Always
A Half Price
Sale Positively Ends at Closing
$8, $10 & $12 All-wool Pull-ever
enn or j)
of a kind. k
liar styles 4
ndy for fy
two of I
t h school
boy. ths school
'iri and for
reld - weathur
w a r. All
$12 & $15 Pure-Weel. Pull-ercr
$7.50 & $10
The w oel ltaelf will eet mere. Ne
better Sweatr can possibly be made,
$8.50 Electric Trains,
Skating Caps, $1
All-Weel; Big Value
Skates & Shoes
iv.,sc rsntTii-c vin
52.50 Heckey Skates,' $1.50 f
What In there that win bhi im
rlplnt mere Jey. mers ploasurej
ni-nl te wait untll.the laks ihxks
nnu. llin, Wn hlLffn ftn lOO flnK
We carry eery l. vsry styls tut
men and women.
re- U I
?e? S I
bare. J, I
Made te Measure
this means our
entire stock of
low priced and
from these al
ready low prices
you deduct ex
This Is even
lower than we
these same wool
ens for in the
wholeaale m a r -kets.
Chas- Adams Ce
1617 CHESTNUT STREET
18 North Warren St., Trenten, N. J.
" Open Monday and Saturday Evenings ''
W ill'lJfTTV' .. 'C v - w K rts., ni PSULit WW
iSBBS. I Ball-Hearinsr, !?3 , f SJ -
L TTVrtH-OMB-aC-5'4Vj . -f fc'if
Klclit t2 blitren 4
All wlrPe1 lth
sl'lt reril and red, '
btul rrenn bulbs
Sleds, $2 up
A full line. Including
flexible Hjers IJvery
child should iai one
(St '("" "ri New
Air Rifle, $2.50
Kvery boy wants one. A
dandy Xmas clft that
will tlcWe any boy's
Pump Rifle, $5
part of the body desired
l.lk cut! nickel plated
brass: cemnlatn with
I battery and lamp. Valus
Men's Size 7.
!..... n..eiltv '
Four te a set
that will please any Mr.
Will teach him the art
Deys Soccer Balis, $1 i eK ,,. .. r
Cemnlet. with M, .s. ?5 Gillette JQ.75
Complete with pure rub-
uuuurin ituii pure run- .. e . --
ber bladder and lacer. 'hniety Kazer
Kncemmended as a In '"
builder. Complete nltn
putt ruhMr bladder
Just ths thtar W Ijv?
te the Hey Bceut. Hu
r. Fishermen. A tern-
blllsts. Sfoterboatlsl, ev.
A Dandy Xmas Gift for the Bey
A Special! c Ideal lj
Xmas UUi v
rj- i-YT XSPSBTfc1
Wrist WatchJsMjgT WS
Se Extra by Parcel Pest 35 N5Jfi?!lM.Si
Dandy timekeeper Shows time en darkeiit night ns plulnly M
day. Stem-wlntf nnd Rt. Unusual valuu. You'll nnv mere thw
twlce that elsBwhere for eame watch. Ideal as gift for ney Scout.
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