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&Yarners Claim They Should Be
Credited With Series Game
With Seuth Phils
BASE CLAIM ON RULE 77
r i n.. IVII.MAM S, DALLAS
i nM'j met Imrterlnnl pretest ever te
1 1 ceme lirfore I lie Beard of Goerners
, (be Phllndelplila Hncun1l Assocln Assecln
i tlen will 1' 'onilderfl tenlcht. Tt
is Ln (lopenih upon whleli way Hip wind
iLcs wliPllicr the kcHcs In the Seuth
i Pblladplplilfl -p. Hen In continued.
5 Thi Klclsher ynrncru Imve pretPHtPd
f Jlr nne with .the Seuth iM.lln.lel-
iila ilub nl Slietr.line 1'mk Inst
WeHnf'dav nnri cmim mc ucciiien
heuld be bnndrd thorn.
It Is all HP te Ihp Beard of Hoy Hey
';. tin i hi. fnrp of thp reports It
i, V"y. .- -... .. I.Mt.n.. Ttmnlrn Tlnnl .
' ir uleil hix lifM jmlcment in stepping
l hr eimie wIipii he did.
Kr,, . Hnnili T'hlls Ipadlnir -1-1 it
would bntr been better te cnll plnv nt
iV pinl of the seventh rather llinn
' wiltiuR until the Mirners scored; four
rum and took tlie icnti ni u-iin tncir
! . i .t... tlifl tt lien ftin nrrtri.
t nan ei im t.n.n.M ....... -w.
il ''rlfd Inek te venth Tvhi.h gave
f tBC ClCCIIOH iv i': euui.it i ....r.
f Felher Has Neen Pntlent
f If the Philadelphia Bncpball Aso Ase
i' Natien ewes its existence te nny par
1 tlculnr pprmn, It Is .Tnmes MeClcnnc
han, rielsher representative, who Is
', le a nieinber p the Heard of Gov-
I The nwoelnllen has passed through
.1 .. .Lie l.i.f l.nt urn fii'm. llnw
nerniv inn-, uu. .......... " ...
' Mid with a lender such ns Geeige P.
Cartwrlsht Is beiiud te make a wen-
dcrful reemd next jear.
V But before Carty assumed the reins
Ihcrp wpre iiniiy hard storms cneeun-
tfrcd. and If tberp Is nnj one pert-en
' in the association who dcfcnes credit
'i It li .lames MiClennghnii, lulmhcd by
', nil bis fellow nipnibprs.
Mm f.fMnnniriiliii linn rnllivl n hnlt.
FlrWier IimIt the conditions will net
play any nerc game, although It will
ret withdraw. There Is hardly a big
team that has the nene te quit, (or in
doing fe the simple ent themselves off
from hrt dns gnmp.
The pretest tonight will linrdlv be en
thp umpire's dceislen in inlling t lie
jime, but anethei anisic tn the situa
tion will In presented. Itule 77 will
b quoted. a- it is,ilsimcd the npeeta npeeta
tere cncreiu heil en the field. The
wrangle is unfortunate, as the ierlcs
tan coming along nicely.
The managers are te blame, them
wires 'J he rnntest in nucstieii did net
(tft going until n few minutes after 0
o'clock, which is entirely tee late.
When th ferles was arranged the
manager ipilt n let of talk of hew It
would bn netessarv te start nt r:30 1.
M. in ruder te piny n full game.
, But tin n they stepped, and there
bis enh lieen a couple of games where
the fans witnessed a nine-Inning dash.
'I lie u in pi i es should bnve been instruct
ed t" 'tart plnv at 3:30 P. M. If enh
dezrn hpectnters wcre en hand, nnd n
let of gnit.es might have ended dlf
fprcntl and uiuncreus quarrels illml
rated. SPHAS AND HILLDALE TO
PLAY DOWNTOWJJ CONTEST
Pleishsr Yarners Alie Meet Cuban
Stars Paulsboro at Spaca
Hip Seuth Phllly Hebrews nnd the
Illlldale tram, of Darby have met ninuv
times this, season nnd "the SpluiH be.ist
the best record of any of the teums
giint Kddle Uelden's wendcrn. Thev
epeneil the twiliglit season nt Thir
teenth and .Teh ri "en nnd plnv one of the
Unal games there tonight nt which one
of the laigest crowds Is expected,
f'eckicll will hull for Hllldalc ugnitut
Krr-pps or Pnssen.
'I lie I'lelsber Yamers will stack up
lalnst the Cubnn Stars at Twenty
flith and Heed streets. The Cubans
have n icierd or having wen IIU in 1,"((
tarts i his seiiren a wendciful murk.
They lune trimmed all the local clubs
by geed m ei cs1.
The Seuth Phillies nre nlte nt home
BiMting I'nulsboie. whleli pla.xed at
Bhannhnn un Saturday nnd wan beaten
by the West I'hiladelphinns 10 te 1'.
GOULD UNDEFEATED IN
Tops List With Five Victories and
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1 f, h I II .t.M.in in,- I, -till ill I
iniKrt uillinril leiirnamciil im iiiiiui
i.. ' "l.' ''''" itien A.mlem.i. Id
ill no" ,rne nin"'hes without losing
iy. V.'1, uh(' l"'n,ls "" fhei da.erN in
'n",hl5h ""' mutest. His best Uii-
rtCihle.r lms '""l"P''led po.(.esslen of
1.1. P.. ,P ,,l,h '"'' xln,) nil "no de.
j , 1nrrl nl '""Hi nie tied fei
leM. )!., f"",r "",l nw nn,l Ksscll
'olds hfth with four nnd thiee.
t.L hVourn1"nienl l,!"' "ft been in pieg-
tlnn- .if'. U",Cr, ""Ks "n'1 "' ''0I
unun through this ceiiiing week. Twe
cheswill be !,, tenigh, , one
fir I ,1 CUC" M""1'1 '"l "filler with
"fsc piftce at Mnke.
Today's Independent Games
L '"rf Results of Yesterday
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u'l"e,t at Vhetnx Pre,.
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TO PASS ON
Nearly Every Day Is Repre
sented in the Calendar
A TRIBUTE TO SWEETSER
THOUGH the amateur Is new history,
golfing hasn't slackened up in the
lenst. As n matter of fact, this week
both, from local nnd national angles,
will bn one of the busiest of the year.
Yesterdny the Green Valley Country
C.'lub held thp first round of Its
championship play for the .Tospphine
Herg Cup, nnd the qualifying round
for the Phllment title was also en the
Today an open championship that
rivals the Philadelphia open in the
class of Its entry-list started at the
Springhnven Country Club. Kvery
well-known professional In the district
Is keen after the S300 hi prises, nnd
some very fine golf should result.
On Tuesday thp gra beards of thp
district will held their nnnunl tourna
ment, when the Philadelphia Seniors'
championship Is played off nt the Old
Yerk Itend Country Club.
On Wednesday will be a great match
when Jehn Tayler, "thp grand old
mnn-ef golf," and fiftv-four-year-eld
Sandy Herd en one side will oppose
Geerge Duncan and Abe Mitchell, two
of the finest of the younger British pro
fessionals en the ether nt Phllment.
Thursday Is mere or less quiescent,
but en I'rldnv things spurt up ngaln
with the Tayler-Herd Oulmet-Mursten
International clash nt Merlen.
AH In all. n very full week fur local
Gelf In Other Quarter
The Western women's championship
struggle opened today at the Glen l'che
Clug In St. Leuis, for a slx-dny bnttle.
ns did the Cnnndlnu ladies' title clash
nt the Terente Country Club.
On Tuesday the eighteenth annual
Seniors' Championship gets under wnv
at the Apnwamls Club In Hyp. X. Y.
The United Stntcs seniors defented their
Canadian rivals lecently for the fourth
Istralght time, su this tournament will ,
'decide the senior (.hampienshlp of the i
On Wednesday the biEgcst profes
sional event of the year outside of the j
I National Open will gel under wai at
j the Lide Gelf Club, of Leng Heath.
.I.. 1 It is the Metropolitan Open, nnd
lit imnrlubly dinws the linen piefes-,
I siennl golfing talent of the Tnlleil S'ates.
This lillb the calendar check full of .
1 stnr events the brilliant, scintillating
I bill, of course, being the Met.
I The .Metropolitan Open
! The field in the open last venr in'
(eluded Walter Hngen, Jee Klrkwoed.
I Jehnnv Fnrrcll. Jim Hemes, Jesse
jSwcetser, Gene S'arazcn nnd ether pro
fessional and amateur stars, besides Poh I
i O'Denald, of the Hob-e-LInk Club,
! Wnltei Hngen wen in Ifllfl. t!lff'
nnd IOL'0. Gil Nichols has twice taken !
I the honor, nnd Ale Smith four times.
'The only professiennl resident in Phil
adelphia who hns a metropolitan rhiiin rhiiin
Jpienshlp te his credit Is Jark Hobens.
of the Huntingdon Valley Country Club.
I Ne Philudclnhian finished In the
I money last year, but In ld'M Charlev
IHeffner was sixth and Rill Leach well
up with the leaders. Lnsf summer
Philmont Chnrlev win till id with n
i dnshlng 20'.). with Clareme Hnckne.i.i
of Atlantic City, the only ether IecjI ,
distrht man te get ei.i high.
Philadelphia professionals linic pla.ied
some icry fine golf this hummer, but ,
in none of the big tournaments out-
side the lilljge have they succeeded
i in winning n championship.
In nil probability lleltnei- nnd a
number of ether locals will appear ,
ngnin in the Metropolitan Open, but
tbey fnce stiller opposition this jear1
than ever bfcre.
Chnrley Heffner wen the I'lilladcl-I
phia Open nt Merien bj n line, up- '
hill struggle thnt brought him victeivi
when he had faced the second dn.i's.
tila.v behind Krcddv McLend mid Alex
Gerard. In the tilt nt Springlmien he
will fare almost identically the same
Heffner had n hard fight te win out
in that tournament, but the going will
be ccn harder at Sprliighnwn. Johnny
Howe, of Stcnlen. who wns nerp
slinttered from the strain nt Skekle,
was unable U put up his best hglit then,
but sIikp has Miew u his heels te
Charlev nt (he Frills open I.eu Gold Geld
beck, Heffner's asMMnnt nt Philmont.
who wns one of the smpiiep.s nt
1 Merien. has been geins cwn better
since I lien, nnd should be n ital far -ter.
Se should Jehn I'duiiindsnn, of
The Kxhlbitien Matches
I Philmont and Merien me giving gelf1
fans one of the biggest trents of thp
near in bringing Jehn Tajlnr and
'Sanilv Herd te this citv for inalrhts
I with Duncan nnd Mitchell en the Phil
iiient fnirwnjs. and Mux Mnrsten and
finncls Ouimet nt Merien.
There hns been se much written about
I tbee phjCM that repetition l. useless
Lvprj one of them has c.iptuicd vari
ous ihaiiiplensblps. nnd lire inpnble of
winning n geed mum meie.
The cxhibiliens will rh il In lnleiest
I the Hngen-Saiaen-Klrkwoed-Hoflner
matih that brought 3000 fans out
I Phllment imj earllei in the summer.
With the cool bieees thnt nic sweeping
the fnirwnys in Muse September ds
thn chunccs nre that the gullet ics will
be ecn larger than they were nt thnt
1 OLYMPIAN OPENING
I Jacksen te Meet Shugrue in Wind
up of Five Bouts
A fistic cnrniial with a variety of
lightweight, featherweight and bcavv
v eight bouts biiH been nnanged for the
t reopening of the Oljmpin A. A. nnd
the indoor boxing (ensen here next
Willie .lneken, of .New Yerk, nnd
rejinm Shugiue. Jersey City light
weight, who lecently wen n referees
decision ever Johnni Dundee in a
twehe-reunil, lentest. will dash in the
fmnl eight-round tilt. .
1 The featherweight (enteM will bring
together Carl Tremnine. of Cleelund,
mi I Rattling Mnck, of Camden.
I 1. 0. Snnsnm, of this city, will tr
te btep the knockout record of Ad
I Stene, the fighting marine.
Willie Hnrmnn. of Patcrsen. N. ,L,
will meet Johnny Mealy, of tills cilv.
The opening number will present Al
Willis, of this city, and Lew SnyJtr,
of Hajenne, N. J.
' St. CallUtUB Turns te Football
Th St. rallntm Club nfiei hlnr nn.
Ipheil a eucceitful year en lh illainenit, haa
turned Ita attention te the football flel.l The
team ,1s belnir looked after by h former rot ret
leie atar Qamf" nre sought Willi su-li
teama aa Cliften Uelrlil" Lancailer. I.ea:an
ind lllihlind Park. Addre.a J. Ce.. M3T
Bordlne Wlm Grand Prix
ITS BUSIEST WEEK
Stema. Half. SPt It. -Tha flrand PrlT.
of th. Automobile Club of Italv wa wen
iJ in aeRocea. Fall c Nauire waa
SeaSd."t. KfOiwifltt ' T"n-n .'i'
Vlieiya waa thlrfl,i,lTitr Japa behind Ta.
Eleventh Anniversary Sale Specials in
$1.50 Coutil Corsets
A new shipment just arrived!
Medium bust nnd ffirdle top med-
cIh of pink ceutil. Well boned
with rust-proof boning.
$2.00 Corsets Pink ceutil in
medium bust nnd girdle top
models. Reinforced and well
boned. Garters QQ
Brassieres Pink in hook OQ
back style. tUV
SneLLXNBURgS Economy Hascment
In Regular nnd Extra Sizes
Pretty flowered patterns in
many colors. Neatly finished
with flounce at bottom. Wonder
ful skirts for Fall and Winter.
Less than half price!
SnFLI.FNBURljS Economy Basement
$1.79 81x90 -Inch
Sheets at $1.25 Ea.
Made for nnd sold by us ex
clusively. Sncllenburn's Bed Mus
lin a Guarantee of geed wear.
SNELLCNBURCS Economy Basement
Women's $3 te $5
Brush Weel Scarfs
at $1.95 & $2.95
Beautiful solid shades and at
tractive two-tone effects. Jaunty
belted models, fringe trimmed
and with or without pockets.
brirLU.NBURrjS Economy Basement
Tomorrow Wonderful Sale of.
Girls' Smart Scheel Dresses
At a Third te Half Belew Regular
$1.00 S1.95 SI. 49
Girls' $3.00 Gingham Dresses
Wide variety of bloomer and dressy styles from
which te cheese. Neat checked
Clearance of Girls' $2.00
Very becoming styles in colored organdie, dimity, colored eilc
and a few white lingerie. Sires (i te 14 vears.
SFirLLCNBURGS Kconemy Basement
Size 9 x 12 Feet
$14.89 $6.59 i $12.00
Size 9x12 Feet High
Axminster Rugs .
Te Sell al 50c en the
(lean-up of n netril mallei's
Rterl Kull ills nediitiful pat
teiim te fpIcci from None sold
te denlcri .Ne mrfil r piienn
Heavy Tapestry, 59c yd.
Weel Tapestry, 79c yd.
Hcavv Velvet, 51. IS yd.
Weel Velvet, $1.39 )d.
V Art Rugs
All slightly imperfect.
$16.209x12 ft S7.89
$!4.209.10.( ft $7.49
$12.159x9 ft $11.89
$10.107.6x9 ft S4.89
$8.106x9 ft S3.89
24-In. Wide Congeleum
Rug Berder, OQ
SMO.MIAV. 8i:i4TKMHi;it II, I0J2. Hter Opena 0 A.M. C'lesea nt 15130 1. M. M l
ENTIRE BLOCK- MdRKET II 2frel2& STREETS W M
Phenomenal Purchase and Sale of
Women's & Misses' $15.00
Jaunty New Fall Pole Coats
Clever merchandising is the reason for
this most extraordinary offer!
Well Tailored of Heavy Warm
In a host of swagger sports styles, with
inveried plaits, big roll cellars, raglan sleeves,
roomy patch pockets, narrow belts finished
with nickel buckles and bone buttons.
In Tan, Reindeer and Brown. Twe Pictured.
Splendid Coats for All-Round
Service and Truly Marvelous Values!
Women's and Misses' $15.00
Smart Serge Suits at
Cheese from numerous attractive styles, lined
throughout. Sizcs"l6 te 44.
rinaraneii nf Wnmnn'a iiirl Afioe.in'
$12.50 Weel Jersey Suits
.Inunty sports models In all the
Ideal for early Fall wear. '
Becoming little mod
els in suspender style
that combines pretty
plain colors and attrac
tive plaids. Sizes 6 te
14 years. One pictured.
Cheerful checks and
plaids in many attrac
tive styles. Sizes 0 te
14 years. One sketched.
patterns. Sizes G te 14 years
te $3.00 Summer
- Pile (fcO r QQ
Heavy Quality Cocea
79c, 98c, $1.29
Rubber Stair Treads
7x18 In. 9x18 In.
98c i $1.29
89c, $1.04 & $1.24 sq.yd.
Cur from full rolls seiendH.
Pretty tile unit hnrdnned patterns
$1.50 Heavy Cerk 59c
Lineleums, sq. yd.
Mill appends from a foremost
m.iUri Seme riill ra)N .nid room
Up Ii HKtlis.
75c New Precess QJ)c
Fleer Coverings .e.yd.
fnt from full rplH te our
SNELLENBURflS Economy BMement
Clearance of Women's and Misses'
$10.00 Tub Silk Dresses j0 K
dimming models in the popular stripe and check
tub silk3. SrTfl I NBu'RljS Economy Basement
Tust received this remarkable
shipment of women's ribbon
trimmed felt slippers. All have
thick pndded soles and large pom
poms. Sizes .'I te 8 inches.
Old Hese, Brown, Oxford,
Copenhagen Blue, China Blue,
Maroen, Light Orchid and Purple.
bUELLENBURGS Econenl' Basement
Annual Sale of Fall and
Women's 39c XOK,
Ktra-Sie Bibbed Cotten Vests
Women's ."0c Deuble Itra-Size
Vests Fine l ibbed cotton band
tops. Sues 4G, 48, CO.
39c ca ,r 3 for $1.00
Women's 65c and 75c
Regular Sizes, 4."c
Extra Sizes, 55c
Fine ribbed cotton, band tops,
shell edge, loeso knee and close
fitting knee. All flat lock seams.
Women's S1.00 and SI. 2.1 Under
near White lihbed cotton
fleeced ets in high neck, long
sleeves, Dutch neck, elbow
sleer; and low necks, sleeve
less. Alse tights nnd pants.
Regular and extra sizes. The
uin of the CTfk.
Women's SI. .10 and S2.00 Union
Suits White ribbed cotton
union suits, high neck, Dutch
nci k and low neck, long, elbow
and sleeveless. Knee and ankle
length. Regular and
etin si?e, . . .
Children's 50c te
Fine ribbed white fleeced cotton
ests and pant.s. Si7es 12 te 14
yeats. All garments have fiat
lock scams. The run of the mill.
Linens and Towels
.$1.35 Scalloped and
Hemstitched Table QC
Heautifully designed tnble cov
ers in scvernl preth p.itterns. 64
inches hqunie or round
A New Shipment of
at 79C and 89c
Neat models of check percale, prettily
finished with pipings, sash and pocket.
Various becoming styles.
SRELLEHBURflS Economy Basement
the Economy Basement
ips i i aaageaii , n i, t-
Slippers f1 Pr'
Children's S1.00 te M.2.1
Suits Fine nbbcd
fleeced cotton union
Sizes 2 te 14 years. All
with flat lock scams.
Children's $1.00 te $1.25 Sleeping
Garments Natural gray soft
knitted sleeping garments with
feet a superior quality and
niawe. sizes i te iu years.
The run of the
Beys' $1.00 te $1.2 Jnien Suits
Random ribbed! jeced cotton
union suits; sizei 3 te
16 years. Fusts 1 .
Children's 50c Pearl 'lists
Knitted (Otten dray"" body
underwaists. O for i AA
Firsts . . J
. O jJX.UU
Fine i ibbed ecru cotton shirts
.Men's SI. 2.1 Refnrd Underwear
Natuial gra., medium-weight
merino finish. Shirts PP.
and drawers . OUKs
.Men's SI. SO Government Under
wear Natural giay, ribbed,
. part wool and cotton shuts and
dinwers. Made for the United
Stntcs Govern- ?E?
ment.. . "Jt
Men's S2.00 Union Suits Heavy
weight, ecru ribbed, fleeced cot
ton union suits. All P" OQ
j flnt lock scams u)Xi7
I .Men's S1.50 Union Suits Medium
weight white i otten ribbed
union suits short slrees and
length. . . . 7t)L
Snfi IFNRI'RijS Kconemy Basement
25c All-Linen Tewel
Natural color all pute linen
toweling, 16 inches wide. Almoin Almein
ent nnd lintlef.s.
fvTrTl ""T.ft'JRcS ' (nnen,i Bisrment
:N. SNELLENBURG & CO.!
Anether Opportunity te Starc in the Wonderful
Values in Our Marvelous Sale of .
Men's Emery Shirts
A t Extraordinary Lew Prices
These shirts have been classed as sec
onds by the Emery Cempnny becnuse
they wcre net 1009e perfect, but the im
perfections are se slight that you'll have
te hunt for them nothing te mar wenr
$5 te $8.50 Emery
Genuine English Broadcloth,
White and Fancy Silk and
Pretty Silk Fiber
Beautifully tailored in neckband and
cellar attached styles. White, giay nnd
tan; also numerous pretty new striped
patterns. Seme with plaited besoms,
suitable for tuxedo wear. Sizes 13' j
$2.50, $3.00 and .$3.50
Made of materials manufactured bv most reliable mills 80x80 80x80
ceunt percales in stripes and novelty checks, printed madras, woven
high-grade madras, Bedford cords, madras and white pongee, oxford
Newest patterns and most wanted colorings. Neckband and seme
cellar-attached styles. Sizes 13 te 17.
Sr.rj.rNBURflS Kconemy Basement
Beys' $3.50 Oliver CJ1 QK
Twist Suits tfi-.tfrJ
Extra-geed quality blue, brown
and drab corduroy, geed service
able school suits, sizes 3 te 8
years. Nene sent C. O. D.
Beys' $4.23 Junier Norfolk Suits
Geed quality corduroy and
tweeds, knee pantc, full lined,
sizes 3 te 8 (PO QC
Bes $(5.05 2-Pants Suits Mixed
cheviets, full-lined knicker
pants, sizes G te 17 (jA A pr
Bejs' $8.50 2-1'anth Suits Dark
mixed cheiels nnd cabsimcrcs,
full-lined knickers, (Pp? tyfr
si.cs 7 te 17 years. . 5w I O
Beys' $1.50 Knicker Pants Mixed
cheviets and corduroy, QQp
sizes 7 te 16 years.... OJl
Bejs $2.25 Knicker Pants Mixed
cheviets, cassimere and cordu
roy, sizes 8 te 18 fl- QQ
SFiFLLDJBURCS Economy Basement
29c Bleached Canten
59c Cream Celer Weel
b'.'FLL"K.DL'rlijS fonemy Hascment
$4.50 Comfertables at
Pilled with white washed
covered with, fine quality silkelme. Plain color bowlers. All f
$6.95 Comfertables Filled with
ceeicu witn geed heavy sateen in pietty patterns;
some hae plain color borders. Full double-bed sie. ca.
58.50 Comfertables Filled with California lamb'b-woel and covered
with percaline in prettv designs. Plain color sateen flr Qpr
holders. Full double si.e, each. . .. tDDaiD
S15.00 Comfortable;. Filled with California lamb's-wool and covered
with geed Fiench mercerized sateen; 12-inch plain color sateen
borders. New patteins and pretty coleis in lese, IQ rft
French blue, geld, pink and light blue. Tull size.. . 07tDU
200 S2.1.00 te S3.1.00 Sill: and Satin Comfertables Seme are slightlv
sei'ed Plain color satin nnd silk or flewcied center, (g-g 6 A r
with plain borders and plain color silk backs. Full si?e 2JLOa4D
100 ?7.00 Comfertables Silk mull top,-, with plain color silk mull
berdcis in old lese, pink, Fiench blue, geld and baby QA nt?
blue. FlPed with pure whit" J-amtar cotton. All full sire t544.0O
500 Pairs of S12.00 California Lamb's-Weel Blankets White with
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29c Cretonne, 19c Yard
49c Cretonne, 22c Yard
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