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MORV1CH EASILY DEFEATED BY SURF RIDER IN TWO HORSE RACE AT SPA
CONCEDES 15 LBS.; ? BEATEN 5 LENGTHS B. L. Gerry's William Tell Takes Consolation Stakes From Fair Field. JOHN PAUL JONES WINS Son of Tracery Leads Exodus. Parader and Knobble in "Warren sburjj Handicap. By HENRY V. KINO. Saratoga, N. Y.. Aug. 21.?Morvich. the champion Juvenile of last year and winner of the Kentucky Derby thin spring, ran here to-day, but he didn't j race any bettor than a plater. Fearing him. eleven three-yenr-olds dodged the i race, leaving only Montford Jones's Surf Rider to oppose him. And Surf Rider beat him easier than Whisk nway beat him in the Carlton and the $59,000 Latonia Special. Morvich dis played a terrific burst of early speed. He stepped the quarter in 0:23 8-5, and the half In 0:46 3-5, and was leading Surf Rider by half a dozen lengths in the middle of the bond. Then the son of Runnymede began to stop, and few horses stopped more sud denly than he. Surf Rider gainer! ground on him rapidly and when straightened out for home was at Morvich's heels. At that point Johnson gave Morvich a taste of the whip and Instead of bound ing forward under it he collapsed com pletely, and Surf Rider galloped the re mainder of the way to win by five lengths. Surf Rider covered the first six fur longs In 1 :11 2-5 am! finished the seven furlong route in 1 :24 3-5. The race seemed as If it were made to order for Morvich. JSeven furlongs is his forte and with 130 pounds on his back almost all racegoers b'Ueved ho was being presented with a purse. He was at the short odds of 3 to 10. but this seemed generous to most followers of the sport and he was heavily backed. Surf Ridrr Not Friendless. Surf Rider hnd some friends, too. His recent races have been exceptionally good, while Morvich has not been out since he was beaten in Kentucky. In his recent trials Morvich displayed ter rific speed, hut he tailed off and finished all of his trials slowly. Some clockers say he was distressed after running six furlongs in 1:12. While Morvich is nothing like a cham pion that can run and win at aU dis tances, he is a far better colt than his race of to-day showed. He ran like a quarter mller and all of his form of last season and this spring shows that he can do better. It might be that distance racing has set him hack materially. The steeplechase furnished the worst fiasco ever seen -at this historic race course. Four horses started and all four fell. New Haven, an aged gelding "fchlch should have been pensioned with a good home several years ago, won the event. He fell, threw his rider through the air, hut was remounted and con tinued. When he started over the course the second time Bryan O'Lynn had not yet fallen and was half a mile ahead of him. But Bryan O'Lynn fell three Jumps from home and old New Haven plodded along and got up In time to win Mrs. Payne Whitney's Mohican was the favorite at 2 to 6. but he seemed ?ore going to the post and Jumped badly over three obstacles and then went down. Royal Greens refused before going a quarter of a mite. Why the association allows such horses as Royal Greens, New Haven and Bryan O'Lynn to compete is a matter racegoers can't understand. Surely they do the sport no good and It is possible they do It some harm. They cause all sorts of loose talk and there \4ere hundreds present who said the race was not what It should have been and should not have been put on the card. Many ardent followers of the sport said it was a disgrace. The second section of the Consola tion Stakes was the feature. It was at six furlongs for Juveniles. Nine of the seventeen youngsters named to start were scratched and of those which went to the post Robert L. Gerry's William Tell was best. He followed Easter Bells until well Into the homestretch. There Easter Bells faltered and Will lam Tell went on and won handily by a length and a half. Easter Bells was second and Sweep Hawk third. Exodus Extends John Fanl Jones. John Paul Jones won the Warrens burg Handicap at one mtie. Under the light Impost of 105 pounds he followed Knobble for half a mile, then went on by himself and entering the home stretch seemed like an easy winner, but when straightened out for home he was compelled to do the best he could, for Mrs. Payne Whitney's Exodus came with a rush and was at his heels at the finish. Keogh rode Exodus, and why he held his mount twenty lengths out of the race during the first half mile is a matter .which probably he and a few of hta friends can understand. The horse's mouth was wide open on the back stretch and it seemed as If Keogh was holding him too much In check. It might have been that Exodus was trying to run out and that Keogh was compelled to pull hard on him to keep him in. Pa rader was bumped coming out of the chute and was never a dangerous con lender. John Paul Jones covered the one mile In 1:38. Care Free led home a big field of platers In the fifth race and Golden Rule, ridden by Buddy Enaor, won the fin 11. What was undoubtedly the largest shipment of thoroughbreds from a single .^establishment arrived at the Saratoga TtpiVjigs station yesterday afternoon from' rcrqjortown. Va., tho station on the Mmjthern Railway nearest the Blue Ridge stud of the late Henry L. Ox nard, whose stallions, mares and foals, together with the yearlings bred on the farm, but now the property of James B. Hmlth of California, are to be sold at auction here within the next ten days. It was learned to-day that there Is a chance of Gilford A. Cochran getting Hunting after all, but the delay In the transfer has not been caused by any disaatlsfac.ion on the part of Harry Payne Whitney with the price. He thinks that $100,000, the tender of Mr. ? i.ohran, Is all right but the Master of ornokdale showed his fine quality of sportsmanship by refusing to sell the three-year-old till he had fhown In pub lb that he Is a good horse. Mr. WhitneyI aavs that they know Bunting can run fa-t; he heat Whlskaway three furlongs In 31 seconds, hut whether lie can go on or not la yet to he decided, Mr, fochran waa willing to take his chances btit Whitney would not have It that Way. frt tvas a case qf two fine sports men well mat. J I 1 Wills Stops Bud Jackson in Two Rounds at Newark < olorHI Heavyweight Battle I* Ja?t n Komp for New Orleans Giant. Hi ( II (HI KH F. MATHISON. Th.- J?,kv>n family of ebony oom p ? *i .1 athletes who have started a camps gn to eliminate Harry Wills an the neat opponent of Jack Dcmpae) made a deplorably poor statt last night at the Broad A. C., Newark, when Buddy Jackson, who claims Brooklyn aa his home, was knocked senseless in leas than two rounds by the brown panther of New Orleans. It now remain* for Tut Jackson, another dark skinned wonder, to take Willi* into < camp next Tuesday night at Ebbets ; Field. Buddy Jackson la a tall, well muscled chap, weighing lilt pounds and with i complexion like a ton of anthracite. But, for all this. Buddy looked rather small In comparison with Wills, who towered above his opponent and outweighed him by twenty-one pounds. Wills weighed 215 pounds and was trained down in the bargain. Jackson had a determined look on hi* face when the bout started, but he soon wore a hopeless expression as the brown skinned giant began to hammer him with crashing lefts and rights. For a short time in the opening round Jackson at times swung or hooked his left, not always doing any damage, for, sad to relate, he never landed a clean blow on Wills during the time he was In the ring. On the other hand Wills belabored his opponent with terrific blows from the first gong until after a minute and ten seconds of the second round, when ho crumpled Jackson in his own corner with a savage left and right to the Jaw. Jackson fell on his face in the resin dust and lay like a dead man. Jackson Out Ten Minutes. Will* helped to lift Jackson to his chair and then retired to his corner with an anxious look on his face as Jackson's seconds worked over the limp form of the defeated boxer, who was out for ten minutes. Finally Jackson opened his eyes and straightened In his corner, which brought a grin of relief to Wllis's face and was the signal for him to leave the ring. The winner was escorted to his dressing : wen. by a large number of the colored Elks, who attended the bout In squads. The arena was Jammed with specta tors when the boxers entered the ring, and Gov. Edwards, Mayor Hague and other notables were at the ringside. When the menbegan the bout Wills lost no time in slamming Jackson with all sorts of punches, and in his attack Harry did not hesitate to hold with one hand and hit with the other. His best blcws and the ones that weakened Jack son were rights to the ribs that left red marks every time they landed. Just before the bell ended the first round Wills had Jackson against the ropes and was banging him hard with both hands. Jackson made one vicious punch at Wills at the opening of the second round. It was a right hook that graxed Wllis's chin. That was the end of Jackson's offensive and Wills chased him all about the ring, smashing him with rights and lefts. Jackson backed Into his own corner and Wills, getting In close, meas ured his man with a left hook to the Jaw that caused his knees to sag. Wills then hooked his right to the chin and Buddy ^pickson was eliminated as heavyw4Bght contender. Victor's Stock Sours. Wllis's condition ana performance im pressed the onlookers that he would make it very interesting for Jack Demp Scheduled Boxing Bouts TO-NIGHT. Ebbrts Field?I'uncho Villa vs. Frankle Graaro, 10 rounds; Jack Haasnrr va. Ptickfy O'Gattj. 10 round*; Elino Morcn va. Eddie Clifford. 6 round*; Vuwll Prrlsteln va. Tommy Maddrn, 4 rounds. WEDNESDAY NIGHT. Mltchrl Field?Frnnkie ITtzpntrirk va. Sammy Marco; Whltry Ross va. Johnny Herniun. Qiircnaboro Stadium?Al Itrich va. .lor MK'itnn, 10 rounda; Floyd Johnaon va. Jack Douglass, 10 rounda. THt'ltSDAY NIGHT. Broadway Exhibition Aaaoclation?Dutch Brandt va. Harvey Bright. 1% rounda. FRIDAY NIGHT, icran Park A. A., l.ong Branch?Mickey Walker va. Wildcat Nrlaon. IS rounda; I.ew Hurley va. Frankle Ward. Steeplerhaae A. A.?Harry larndon va. ltlfly Marlow, 10 rounda; Georale Dnly va. Tommy I.ynch. 10 rounda; Louis Guglielminl va. larry Goldberg. 10 rounda. Surf A. A.?Sammy Nabte va. Billy Itvrkoff, 13 rounda. sey If he gets into the ring with the giant negro. There was nothing to show whether Wills could assimilate the sort of punish ment that Dempsey hands out, for Jackson was unable to reach his op ponent with a single blow of any force. At the same time Wills seemed powerful and so full of fight that it seemed he could not fall to keep even the world's champion busily employed. Wills said after the battle that he hoped Dempsey would consent to meet him this fall before the open air season closed, and he declared he would give a good account of himself. The eleventh hour transfer of the bout from the First Regiment Armory to the Open Air Arena of the Broad A. C. was a striking example of the peculiar methods of certain Jersey promoters. The bout was staged under the aus pices of the colored Elks, who are hold ing a national convention in Newark. The Elks negotiated with David Mac Kay, who has a lease of the First Regi ment Armory, and announcement was made that the contest would take place In the armory. Then promoter MacKay called some of the leading Elks to a j conference and informed them it would [ be necessary for them to file with him a $5,000 bond before he could open the armory doors to them. The Elks refused to comply with MadB Kay's demand and opened negotiations with Joe Degnan, secretary of the Broad A. C. The result was that the Elks got the open arena of the Broad A. C. for $600. Quite naturally the shift from the armory to the Broad A. C. caused some confusion but the bouts were run oft in an orderly manner. Martin Ootroaghi Josephs. Sailor Martin and Eddie Josephs, both of Staten Island, fought eight rough rounds, and the tar was the winner. He was too rough In his methods for Josephs. Welton Wing a featherweight from Portland. Ore., knocked out Buddy Daw son in two rounda. Wing wields a heavy left and he broke Dawson's nose, j The referee stopped the contest before j the gong sounded for the third round. I K. O. Johnson and Sailor Darden, two negroes, tarried for six rounds. Under ] threats of being ejected from the ring I they cuffed each other in lively fashion | in the closing two rounds to a draw. Dempsey Off for Coast. Chicaoo, Aug. 21. ? Jack Dempsey, world's heavyweight champion, departed to-night for Eos Angeles for a few days' visit with his folks. After a short stay on the coast he will return Bast to ap pear In several exhibition bouts, he 1 said. | The New York Herald Racing Chart 748 fARATOGA RACETRACK, Ao|. 21. Clean track, fast. J. FIRST RACE?-The Oreenwich Handicap. Three-year-olda. Purae, $1,224.91. Seven furlongs Winner, b. g.. 3, by Superman? Hen Spray. Owner. MONTFORT JONES. Trainer. Kay Hpence. Time. 1:24 3-11. Start good. Won eaatly. Place same. Tost, 8:03. Off, 3 03 Index. Horse. Wt. PP. St. H ^ * * Fin. Jockey. Open. HI gh. Close. PI ace. 8h. (7281 Surf Rider..113 2 2 2 2 2 2 1* Garner .. 7-2 7-2 18-3 427* Morvlch 130 11 1* 1* 1* 1? 2 Johnson 1-4 3-10 3-10 ? ? Surf Rider waited on pace to middle of turn, where he moved up fast, caught Mor vlch at furlong pole and won aa he pleased. Latter showed good speed, but quit when chall'-nged. Scratched?Missionary. Roulette, Little Chief. Irish Drlgadler, Many Smiles, Blg heart, Oalantman, June Orass, Prelude, C.ood Times, Pillory. 7J-Q SECOND RACE?Four-year-olda and upward. Selling. Steeplechase. About two ' "*?' miles. Purse. $1,000. WlnneY, b. g., a., by Fllgrane?Ethel Thomas. Owner and trainer, F. BRODUS. Time, 5:11. Start good. Won all alone. Place same. Post. 3:20. Off. 3:30. Index. Horse. Wt. PP. St. % 1 1V4 1* Fin. Jockey. Open.High.Close.Place. 8h. 710* N. Ha /en. .134 1 1 ? 1 1 1 1 MrMsnus.. 3-1 8-1 7-2 1-2 ? 719' B'n O'Lynn.144 4 3 1* * 2 Gentry... 4-1 3-1 4-1 1-1 ? (710) Mohican 154 2 2 2 Fell. Haynos... 2-3 4-3 3-3 J-3 ? 719 Roy'l Greens 1S4 3 4 Refused. MrNalr ...20-1 20-1 20-1 5-1 ? ?Fell, remounted and finished. New Haven lost his rider the first turn of the field, was remounted and won. Bryan O'Lynn was going easy when he fell three jumps from the finish, was caught, re mounted and finished second. Mohican fell at the Liverpool, noyal Greens refused at the flret Jump. No scratches. 750 THIRD RACE?The Consolation Selling Stakes Guaranteed catft value $7,300. To be run In two separate events. Two-year-olds. Sis furlongs Winner, blk. c., 2, by Roekvlew?Arrow Shaft. Owner. It I, GERRY. Trainer. O. M Odora. Time, 1:13. Start good. Won eaelly. Pla<? driving. Poet. 4 <13 Off, 4 on. Index. Horee. Wt. PP. St. 14 H *4 Fin. Jorkey. Open.Htgh.Cloee.Place. Ph. 714 William Tell 105 8 2 2* 2* 2* I'UMrAtee .. 5 2 7-2 7 2 1-1 1-2 23 Easter Bells. .... 110 81 1* 1* !? $? Connolly 12-1 13 1 1V1 8-1 8-1 655* Sweep Hawk 101 2 4 5* 3* 3H I* Bruenlng.. R-l 8-1 8-1 2-1 1-1 700 ?Forest Lore ....102 7 8 8 # 84 MarlneUJ.. 8-1 10-1 10-1 41 2-1 8*3 Sunday Best ....10114 3 3 3 3 4 3 Thomas 13 1 13-1 12-1 3-1 2-1 708" Rock Pocket 102 3 7 7 7 7 8 MrLane .. .It-1 15-1 13-1 8-1 3-1 (833) Brilliance 104 4 5 4 8 5 7 I- Fator.. $-2 3-2 8-5 2-3 1-3 720 Jupiter 102 1 8 8 0 8 8 W. Pool. .204 20-1 15-1 8-1 $-1 ?Sent out In entries as Forest Fire. ' William Tell followed the pace to the stretch, came wide, < looed faat and won going away. Easter Belle, a rapid breaker, rushed Into long lead, hut tired In stretch. Sweep Hawk was hard ridden Sunday Best early speed Brilliance was hard ridden for entlra ^^^?^?opped to a walk In last furlong. Forest Lore made h s trip and slopped to a walk In last furlong Forest Id>re made up some ground Scratched?New Hampshire. Booming Home, Felicitous. Curtis. Rock Salt. Adven turess. Coeur do Lion, Trlnce Til Til, Chile. 751 FOTTRTH RACE?The Warrensburgh Handicap Throe-year-olds and upward. Mile Purse $1,224.91. Winner, h. e., 4. by Tracery?M?neta III Owner. XALAPA FARM. Trainer, Roy Waldron. Time. 1 38. Start good. Won driv ing. Place same. Post, 4:33. Off, 4:84. Index. Horse. Wt. PP. St. "4 V4 * H Fin. Jockey. r>pen High Clnoe.Plaee. oh. (754> J. P. Jones..107 4 3 2 * 2* 1" 1* 1> ??huttlngor 3 2 3-2 2 1 5 782" Esodue 123 2 2 3* 3* 3* 3" 2* Keogh 1 2 5 2 8-3 J-2 ? 73P" Parader 112 3 4 4 4 4 4 ?H Smith 3 2 3 1 3 2 4 4 ? f,07" Knohhle 120 1 1 1 1 2 2 4 L. Fator.. 4-1 7 I 7 1 2 1 ? John Paul Jones followed the pace to the middle of the turn, took load, but tired suddenly and Juat lasted. Exodus was weakly ridden around turn, came wide In etrvt.h finished with a rush. Tarader was knocked back Just after the start. Knobble plenty of speed for six furlor.gs. Scratched?Pillory, Good Times, Trysler, Biases, Knot, I-lttlo Chief. 7?JO FIFTH RACE?Three-year-olds and upward. Claiming Mile Purse $1,024*1. ? Winner, ch. g., 4. by Colin?Domlno Noire Owner. J A HARPER Trainer. J. S. McDonald. Time, 1:40 2-3. Start good. Won easily, liars driving p<.?t 5:03. Off, 3:07. Index. Horse. Wt. PP. St. '4 "i \ it Fin. Jockey. Oprivlllgh Close place Hh. 737" Care Fine..115 8 2 2" 2* 2* 2* I" Jovian .,131 20 1 20 I 8 1 4 1 722" Hereafter ..108 10 3 1* 1" 1* m 2" E Fator 8-1 1A-I |0-l 4-1 2 1 044 Zealot 113 3 4 8* 4* 314 3' 3" Butwell Vl 7 1 7 1 3 2 8 3 404 DavldHarum.121 9 8 4 3 5 4 4 Falrhr'.ther g-5 8 2 8-5 4 3 2 3 660 Chateaugay.. 08 7 7 8 5 4 8 3 J C'llahan 13| 13 1 18 I 8 1 3 | 710* Thorn Hedge. 105 2 1 5 8 8 8 8 M Laughlln 8 1 8-1 7 1 2 1 l-l 700 C Marrone. mi 5 6 8 7 8 7 7 Marlnelll 3-2 3 1 3 2 1 1 1 2 722 Blaekstone ..lot 1 9 7 8 7 5 8 Thomas 30 I RO-I RO I 2o-t ? 1 740 Long Island 10,3 4 5 9 0 9 0 9 W Pool *?. 1 3" I V> 1 2? | |o | 737 Consort .. ..IOCS 8 10 10 10 10 10 10 E Kum er 20-1 In 1 12 1 VI 2 1 Care Free closed with a rush on the outside and won eaelly Hereafter plenty of speed and was next best. Zealot In close quarters closed feet when riear. David Harum no escuee. Scratched?Queen Blonde. Rpugs, Brink, Daniel A., Royal Jeetsr 7~0 SIXTH RACE?'Two-year-olds. Maidens. Five and a half furlongs Purae I 'fO $1,024 91. Winner, b. c., 2, by Wrack ?Holding Owner, A t: Hi'HWAKTZ Trainer, J, Noiter. Time, 1:08 1-5. Start good. Won easily. Pia<? driving Post, 5:33. Off. 5:37 Index. Horse. Wt. PP. 8t. 14 tt H Fin. Jockey Open High ('! .?? lis'# Fh 531 Golden Rule 115 7 2 Is 1* 1' 1* Eneor .... 8-2 4 1 8-1 |.| | j 731* Plltston 118 3 1 2' 2' 2'H 7' Bulwsll..., 4 1 8 1 7 1 8 2 T-R 729 Asplralion 113 8 8 7* B> 4? 3* Connelly 2?Vt 20 I 20 1 VI 4 I ? Quarrel 112 5 3 5 3 3 4 McAtee ... 3-1 8-2 2 1 I I 12 091 Forest Fire 115 0 7 8 8 8 5 Teplln .. .31-1 80-1 V? 1 2A I VI 729 Majority 115 2 4 0 7 7 8 Miller ...30-1 MM 301 Et vt 892 AH America 113 in II 10 9 9 7 W. Pool...?O I .30 I 80 1 10 I 51 ? Sea Wrack tin t 10 n in lo # Scohi# ...201 20 1 201 g-i ,1 809 Rock Halt 115 11 5 4 5 8 9 Johnson . 8 1 KM 10 1 4 1 2-1 735 l.idy Hose 114 4 9 II 11 11 10 McCTry .40-1 00 1 R0 I 2A 1 8 1 731 Noel II*. 9 tl 3 4 il 11 Joelah .... $1 7 3 I I I I 12 Golden Ri|>e stole viAng lead and won earing up. Plttston made a game effort As plratlon name hfx.und KA field and flnlshi-d fast. Quarrel raced greenly Kek 4v had early speet- Noel quit badly. Scratched?l.jwalto, Runlelgh, Lumanlst, Hakah. Capo Clear, Hell Uata and Satellite. VILLA AND GENARO Winner to Be Matched "\Vith Johnny Buff for Fly weight Title. Ebhets Field will to-night be the scene of ?a boxing contest between two clever flyweights. They are Pancho Villa, fly and bantam champion of the Philippine Islands, and Frankle Genaro, leading challenger for the title held by Johnny Belt. Although the Ftltplno has been in the East but a few weeks, he has jnet some of the best boys In the fly and bantain classes and has made a remarkably good showing. Villa's first opponent here was ( Abe Goldstein, a hard hitting bantam, and the little brown man held his own. He then tackled Frankie Genaro, and the latter got the unofficial verdict, al though the rlngslders conceded It was a closely contested bout. The Filipino's last opponent was Sammy Cohen, a bantam of much skill and hitting powers. Villa completely outclassed him. The bout with Genaro will be the sec ond meeting of the pair and as the win ner hopes for a match with Buff it can be depended on each will do his utmost. Elino Flores. the lightweight delegate from the Philippines, will also appear on the same card and he will be pitted against the rugged Eddlo Clifford. Frank Flournoy has sent it cablegram to Eugene Crtqul, the featherweight champion of Europe, offering him a bout with the winner of the Dundee Martin contest at the Velodrome next Monday night. All the promoters ap pear to have relegated Ktlbane to the pugilistic scrap heap, and as Dundee has been officially declared the Ameri can featherweight champion, the victor In the bout with Martin will be the holder of that title, and the only man that Crlqul, seeking the world's honors, can fight. Joe Beckett has made matches with Carpentler, and Moran. It is not ex plained which is to have the llrfct crack at Joseph, but there is small doubt that the chap who first meets Beckett will make It unnecess.'.ry for the other fellow to fight the Briton. Famous Three-Year-Olds in Special at Saratoga Bunting, Whiskaway, Kai Sang and Pillory to Meet. Special Dispatch to Tub New York Hbbalp. Saratoga, N. Y., Aug. 21.?Those patrons of the sport who were disap pointed ut not seeing the three-year olds Bunting, Whiskawa,}' and Kul-Sang In the Travers Stake last Saturday will have nn opportunity of witnessing a test similar to the Travers next Saturday, with that good colt Pillory, winner of the Belmont and Preakness, ua an at traction. the race having been arranged by Richard T. Wilson as an added fea ture of a program which was already full of promise. The quartet of cqlts will meet In a jace that will be known as the Saratoga three-year-old special championship and will have the following conditions: "For three-year-olds; by subscription of $500 each and a plate of the value of $500 to the owner of the winner; $5,000 to be donated by the Saratoga Associa tion for the Improvement of the Breed of Horses to Saratoga charities. Track to be good and three to start or no race. To carry 120 pounds, one milo and a quarter. No race that has been offered In this country In a decade should have greater drawing power than this special, which has a rare sporting flavor on the part of the owners of the horses and reflects credit on the Saratoga management, in dicating a desire to give their patrons a race that should be historic and at the same time render aid to the chari ties of the community in which they have developed a racing plant of such rare beauty. The contest will surely be held If the weather is favornble. It will be the first meeting this year of Kal Sang and the cracks that formerly held the pride of place In the Whitney estab lishment, but who are now In separate Interests, thanks to the sportsmanship of Mr. Whitney, who sold Whiskaway to C. W. Clark of Montana, thus affording the public a chance to see whether Hunting is as good a race horse as the winner of the Latonla Special. That Hal-Bang is goad has been dem onstrated In his recent races, while Pil lory Indicated In his work during this afternoon. When he went a mile and a quarter In 2 :07 over admittedly a sec ar.d a half slow, that his rest of a month has brought him around to the form which made him a dangerous competitor for anybody's horse. Veteran Steeplechaser Brings Top Price at Spa Bperfal Dispatch to Tn? New Yosx Hnui.D. Saratoga, N. Y., Aug. 21.?The auc tion to-night at the sales paddock con sisted of the disposal of horses In train ing, stallions, brood mares and yearlings belonging to the Canterbury Farm, owned by J. Temple Gwathmey of Warrenton, Vs. Thirty head went under the hammer, bringing a total of $22,600. The best price of the evening was obtained for the steeplechaser Belle of Hryn Mawr, bought by W. U Powers, acting as agent, for $2,500. Ths horse Is a black mare foaled In 1210. A. B. Hancock paid $2,400 for the brood mare Rohlftetla, foaled In 1$11. This mare Is the dam of the well known handicap horse Flying Cloud. ^ 1 1 1 t America's Rifle Team to Sail To-morrow THE team of expert riflemen rlir,sen by the National Rifle Association to represent the t'nltrd fttate* at the matches to be held In Milan, Italy, In September sails from New York on the Presi dent Adams to-morrow for Cher bourg Thl< year's combination Is an un usually strung one. Major L. W. T. Waller, U. S. M. C., la captain; IJeut.-Commander O. T. Oaburn, U. t* s . a member of last year's team which won the match at Lyons, Is coach, and Lieut.-Commander E. K. Wilson. U. ft. N., Is adjutant Mr. Walter Stokes of Washington, It. C., will defend his title of cham pion of the world won last year at tarona The remaining members are Lawrence Neuasleln of Washington, II, C.; Lieut.-Commander A. I). Denny. I' M N . Major J. K. Holes, Field Artillery. IT 2, A, and Capt. loaeph Jackson, Marine Gunner Cal. vln l.oyd and Hergt. Morris Fisher, ill of the United States Marines. V / ?" American Women Athletes Leave France for Home PARIS, Auk. 21 (Associated Press).?The American women's athletic team, which competed in the international wom en's field meet yesterday, left Paris this morning and sailed from Cher bourg for New York on the steamer Saxonla this afternoon. Dr. Harry L. Stewart, the team's coach, before leaving filed a formal protest on the 440 yard relay, in which the American team was de clared distanced by the officials be cause it was claimed that the American runners benefited by the interference of the Czecho-Slovak team with the French. Myopia Sea Gulls Win the Thousand Island Polo Cup Defeat Buffalo, 8 to 6, for Mr*. Hill Trophy. Sprcial Ditpat<-h t<< "fits Ngw Yosk Hotald. alkxandri a Bat, N. Y.. Auk. 21.? The Myopia 8-a (lulls defeated the Buffalo Country Club's team this after noon In the ftnal contest for the cup offered by Mrs. Lucy Hill of New York In the Thoussnd Island polo tourna ment by a score of 8 to 8. Three of Buffalo's Kosls were conceded In handi cap. From the start the Myopias com menced to score and Shaw rolled up three goals for his team in the first period. Knox did splendid work for the Buffalo team and many ?f his shots were applauded from the grand stand. Casa Egula also played a good game. Den. Blckford was not up to his usual form, nor was Capt. Hchoelkopf. \V hlt ney contributed largely to Myopia's suc cess by his accurate shots, sending the hall at long range down the field. The lineup wus. Myopia Buffalo. r P. Mandoll No. 1 <-'*? B A Shaw 2d No. 2 H.H.Knox J. H. Whitney N?>- ? H- C. Blckford D r Rogers Hack W. Schoelkopf Summary of goals scored*: Myopla-By Shaw, 4; Whitney, I; ltogers, t: Mandell. - Total, H. Buffalo?By Knoj, 2; Casa Egula. 1; handicap. 8. Total, 6. Umpire-Col. K. R. Marshall . Scorer- Basil Urant. Timer? It. It. Bosserman. The second match played to-day was between Montreal's first team and the Thousand Islnnds, and -resulted In a 7 to 6 score in favor of Thousand Islands. Saratoga Entries. First Race?Fillies: two-year-olds; flvs fur vu, Wt. Index.' Wt.ilndex. Wt. (705) Mis? Star Henna 11? 727 Comlxa 1191 879 Dream Star..110 717 Oadfl y ...... HO 723 W. Take All.} 0 717 ('rooliot'!! i".' t?? (179' MIss Smlth.. .110 879 Tourana ....110| 733' PoW Wow....jo3 (720) Thessaly 1 tW; 879 Holtsa 110 - Transom I0T.I 889 Bethany |03 (878) Miss Cerlna.1191 738 Contour 103 827 I'andowdy ..10T.| 738 Brocade 108 (717) S?lk Tassel. .1191 ?77* Best Love ...119 Second Race-Mstdens; three-year-olds and ipward; mile: Index Wt. Index. Wt. 718 High Speed..112; 718 The Dictator. 12 718 Anterior ...112 710 Brilliant Sfr 07 731 Lucky A-' .1121 714 (luelph }}3 718' Flannel Hhi.M2| 718 Ounslght ....112 888 Jlmmis 113| Third Race?Selling; three-year-olds and upward; nille 1 Index. Wt.! Index. Wt. 880 Tufter Il?l 723 'Md. Rclle .. 03 711 Billy Barton. 112,-0741 Fairway ]J2 72.8 ?Cap nock .. 98 171II Adonis Ill 724 White Star. .112: 728 Rebuke 108 713' Bridesman . .113|(7I3) '(Juesada .... 98 Fourth nace?Tlie Adirondack Handicap; two-year-olds; six furlongs: Index. Wt,. Index Wt. 729' Rovs Be. Me.1121 887' Dustahout ..J87 (443) Sally's Alley.109 337 Rlanc Being. .109 498 Cherry He...122; 744 Ranter ... ...]08 744 Cartoonist ..118 727 Spot Cash....10. (733) Curtis 1121 714' Vigil 107 741' Purity 113! 744' Bud Lerner...l23 717 Crochet ....107! Fifth Race?Mares; thrce-yegr-olds and upward; selling: mile: Index. Wt.ilndex. 331. 733 Bill & Coo...100; ('89* Roulette 110 723 *Md. Belle...108; 700 C. Marrone.. .101 *26 ^Leghorn ... 98: 670 Duneecsp ...100 Sixth Racy-Condltlons; three-year-olds; Ix furlongs Index. Wt. 723 Irish Brig... 103 712 llarrldan ...103 869" Roulette .... 103 718 The Dlctat'r.100 718 (lladbrook .. 93 734* C.alantman ..122 Index. Wt. 738 Blur Teal.... 100 718' Brorkleaby ..100 810 Sailing Along 103 721 Pirate Hold.. 117 ? The Almoner.too 711 Dexterous ...108 Weather clear; Crack fast. Five pounds apprentice allowance claimed. __ MYOPIA POLO FOUR DEFEATS QUAKERS Score 9 Goals to 5 in Semi Final Game for Rath borne Cup. Special Dispatch to Th? New York Hhalb Narraqansett Pier, R. I., Aug. ?1.? The semi-final game for the Rathborne Memorial cup resulted In a victory for the Myopia team, the Philadelphia side going down to defeat by 9 goals to 5. Contrary to general expectations the Boston players assumed the offensive from the start and with the exception of the last chukker experienced no trouble from their opponenta The Myoplans played excellent polo and quickly made the Phlladelphlans look like a disorganised team. Major Oen. Bethet and A. L. Smith played very good defensive polo, but it should never have been necessary for this team to have adopted defensive tactics. The Bostonians won a victory that was very popular with the regular fol lowers of the game, as previously they had to accept defeat owing to the superi ority of the ponies ridden by their an tagonists. MYOPIA. r PHILADELPHIA. It. Burrage A. C. Burrage N. W. Rice P. Ayer Summary: ? Goals scored?Myopia?Rice, 1; A. C. Bur rage. 1; R. Burrage. 2; allowed by handi cap. n. Total. It. Philadelphia?Converse. 1: Bethel, 2; Roe. 2. Total. 5. Scorer?H. B. Kane. Umpire?Capt. H. H. Holmes. To-morrow a gmykhana will be pre sented which will Include musical chali-9 races, costume events and other amus ing features. On Wednesday the final for the Rathborne Memorial cup will be played between tho United States Army and Myopia. O'Rourke Begins Duties as RepubKc Matchmaker To Seek DundeesKilbane Go for Polo Grounds. J. W. Converse Ma J.-Con. II. K. Bethel Fred Roe A. L. Smith Tom O'Rourke will roll up the cover of a new desk torday, and maybe he'll turn back a new pair of cuffs, and hav ing done these things, he'll be ready to start work on a brand new Job. To-day the former Deputy Boxing Commissioner sits In as the matchmaker of the Re public A. C., a position to which he was appointed yesterday afternoon by Presi dent John M. O'Connor. The Republic A. C. was recently licensed to stage boxing shows at the Polo Grounds. O'Rourke plans to begin immediately upon arrangements for the Republic's initial show, which will be held just as soon as the baseball schedule permits. The club's matchmaker, according to O'Connor, is bending his efforts toward a world's featherweight championship bout between Johnny Dundee, local Italian veteran, who Is accepted as the holder of the title by the New York State Athletic Commission, and Johnny Kilbane, Cleveland veteran, who suf fered the title to be declared vacated upon his refusal to recognize a chal lenge Issued through the Empire State Commission by Dundee. In his efforts to arrange this match O'Rourke will leave this city to-mor row on Thursday for Cleveland, where he will personally discuss prospeots for a match with Kilbane. Eleven Starters Assured for Power Boat Classic Detroit, Aug. 21.?Eleven starters are assured for the twentieth annual race for the gold challenge cup of the American Powerboat Association, to be held during the regatta here September 1. 2, 3 and 4, It was announced to-night by officials of the association. Among those entering craft are Win Wood of Mlnnetonka, Minn., brother of Commodore Oar Wood; P. H. Gray of Mlnnetonka, H. R. Midway of Buf falo. F G. Erlcson of Hamilton, Cath erine Smith of Detroit, daughter of Chris Smith, the Algomac racing boat builder, and several representing a local boat and engine company. The race will be three heats of thirty miles each around a two and a half mile course. ROD AND GUN NEWS *) HIGH WATER FOR LOCAL ANGLERS AI'OCST 22 TO AUOP8T 2ft?STANDARD TIME Hundv Hook Prlnceiw Jamaica Buy Govrrnqre Wllleta New (The Horscihoei Hay (CanarMc) Uland I*olnt Ha von Dato A.M. P.M. A.M. I'.M. A.M. P.M. AM. P.M A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. 8:4,-. 7:18 tt:AO 7 2.8 7:80 8 0? 7 31 7:20 JOT# 10:39 10:04 10:24 7 18 8 0S 7:00 8:18 8:30 8:88 8 12 8 81 11:07 11 30 11:82 11:18 8:35 8:58 8:10 0:03 f?:20 9:4? 9:02 9.31 12:00 11:48 9:20 9:50 9 31 9:53 10:11 10 3.5 9 54 10:14 12 28 .12 47 13:0? 12:32 10:19 10:43 10:24 10 48 11 04 11 28 10 47 11 08 1:17 1:40 1 02 1:28 Antrum. 22 AumiKt 23 . Antrum 24. Autruet 25 Aueum 20 Fisherman's Retreat at Quaint Surf <1ty Almost all lovers of salt water have heard of Barnegat Bay as the paradise for fisher men. No doubt there are many that are not familiar with a llttlo village railed Surf City. For the benefit of those who wish to fish and recuperate Surf City Is reached by the Pennsylvania Railroad from Market street ferries and Central Railroad of New Jersey from New York. The automobile roads are unexcelled, via White Horse Pike to Ham nionton, New Gretna, Tuokerton, Mana hawktn and across Barm-ant Bay on State road bridge and boulevard. On n-achlng the Inland turn to the left. Surf City Is only a half mile further. This resort has some fine cottages and bungalows and an artesian well fMM feet deep analyzed by the Board of Health as being one of the iiun-kt waters In the State Of New Jersey. A hotel, comfortable to the end of luxury, offering to the lover of nature and the man who desires to drop the conventionalities and dine in his fishing toge upon the best of eastern shore. It Is without a doubt a most desirable plaee for reat aeeklng man, woman and family. A walk up a beautiful white beach of a quartgr of a mile brings you to one Of the It's best salesmen are those who smoke it ?? Famour for Quality Sold Everywhere rACTORY-flAHCM ESTER ,N.N. finest ocean beaches In the world. Here you can coat Into the breakers and take weak flab, klngtleh and at times striper*. The whole place ha* an Indescribable charm. You are practically alone on an lelantl sis miles out at sea. The sand dunes capped with verdure, the cedars snarled and twisted by the tremendous storms, the grass exquisite sreen but hard and wiry. It Is a spot one loves or hstes. there Is no middle siound. Fishing In the bay I* wonderful. No need to chum, boys, for large weakflsh and crokars are Indeed plentiful, JOHN CAMERON. Cardinals Release Benton. STRACubs. Aug. >1.?Announcement was made to-day to the effect that the St. Louie Nationals have released Pitcher Sidney Benton to the Syracuse Inter national league club. He la the eighth St. Loula player to report here within g month. IANDORF U AUTOMOBILE CU.1 AVTOR?BODIES -T1 RIM ?TUBER August Alto Meet LowmI Evarl Buy Now! Prion Will Study Advance! Demonstration* Olven;Automobiles Taken In Trade 3 to 12 MoRt.i Crwall Ghron I, Desire J Ro Netsel Ho Mortgagee! No Publicity) Buleks: Coupee, Touring, Hrdans (Ibis to 1922). rodlllnre: I81S to 1922 all styleei. fltuts Bearcat (1020); LauclaTownrar 9)29) Packard Four Pnasenser <"J?-25"), tl.uoo. Studr bakers (Date Touting, Runabouia), Dodge Run about ..... . 92 to Istfsyeti" (1921). 12,900; Owen-Magnetic (Holbrunt Lawlaulette) 910 > pierces: Limousine* end I-andsulette* 9250-9)(H>0 Mercedes Pour Passenger (Bieeretef Body).. 91201 Fist limousine (Breweter Body), 9700. OldstaaMtee (Coupee and Sedans) 9400 to 9700 iiupmoblle ("20"> Redan. 97SO, Merrer $790 Hudson Redan, 91480; Klssell (??RU") Coupe 9M0 100 Other Opportunities; New Arrivals MBt. GREAT TIRE SALE?"CARLISLE CORDS' BEST TIRE MADE, AT 45% DISCOUNT! OTHER MAKES BV~4I% TO 15% OFF! Soiled Tires 9g to tto seek. Trias (Al Bet Make) SI, SI 15, SI 58 (? 13 GOOD TIME TO STOCK UP B?y CletJ Bodlws Now! At H Latar Prices Borne Hwsll Jobs for Large Con. Jandorf Automobile Co., ESTABLISHED IN 1899 AtrTO DEPARTMENT AND OFFICBH 1739 Broadway, Near 56th St. Tire Dope. 222-224 W. 81d ??., nor. B'wsy body Dep4. (Whole Building). 2.(0 w. 6.1d -H Tel.ph.no to Al Dapta.?Cir.i: 2478 - a Quaftteit again/ TaREYTONS mrm a quarter, agafai|-w a quarter for twenty cigarettes. They were a value at the greater price and they i the greatest Tabs at a quarter. "Thereto Twentvto SOliltZUltVUT he package - D about mem you'll like " London Cigarettes -4. Quality Is Economy Among the owners of the Wills Sainte Claire are hundreds of men and women who can afford any kind of a motor car. They drive the Wills Sainte Claire because, in all their motoring ex perience, they have found it to be the best FISK BUILDING 57th St., at Broadway WILLS SAINTE CLAIRE dMotor/' "\6afs 0C.H. W.Co. ROD AND GUN. EDWARD VOM HOFE & GO. Fishing Tackle Exclusively Salesroom* and factory under one roof. 92 Fulton Street. New York. KLUND1KK It AN KS?Plenty of Sea Base. INDOLENT ??'?>?? A. M.. Sun. 5. lllUVI.t.12 I rapt. J. MAltTtN. NOTH'K?Evelyn will sail 7 A. M. dull). ri/FI VM 1 A. M. deity except Mon day Sunday 2 A. M. J. MARTIN'S PIER. Sheep-head Bay. STR. JOHN GULLY leave* Battery, Dally ex?. Mon., 8 A. M. Bait, tackle and restaurant aboard. Special arupmmodatlon for ladles. K, IN Halcyon KATTKItY I.A.MtlNU. 12. INCLUDING BAIT. leaves dally except Ilea day 7:48 A. M.. 14th K . Wnhnken. ?:NO A. M. KLONDIKE BANKS?Great Ba-s Flatting. " ~ DAILY 7:45 A. M. ! SUNDAY 1A.M. Slieepshead Bay. | niA/Ai'inr. nn?uir? Str. Gi rat da! PLENTY OF SKA BASS. Dally 8 A. M . Sun 7, Plage's Dock. Bhsepshesd Bny. Cant. F. PLAOK. 5:30?Bags?Porgies?Fluke. M/HITRV Every day except Mon. Bayslde WW ill l u I nock. Bliwepshcad Hay. . GREAT SOUTH BAY FISHING?Well ap pointed boat; email parties only; open dates from Tuesday* to Fridays. Address rapt. HOT, HAVTON. Babylon. N. T. Rosabelle To cbarter for private parlies from Wreck Lead. Tel. 4(47 Rorkvllle Oenir*. Capt. GEO. WIUSON. Jit. n?M??li> Hoke. Leaves Bheepanead tomancne b?> Caot JOF, MOHAVEC. Jr. FISH, AND HKCV PIC KATE. Largo airy rooms. Liberal table. On Darnecat Bay J/iMAS. Acacia House. WAHKT' ?WN. N. J. Dally except Mon. 8 A.M.; Sun. 7A.M. from Sheepehead Bay *4ee Baas and niack. L. Harms. BASS AND BLACKFISIl?SUN. 7 A. M. Ci.Ol rosin Fluke. t,ws. Rhccpahcad Bay ???rleWi? dly. RAM. Capt. F. Baumann. BAM AND BIJtrKFISR. ?leaves Sheepah *Sun 7:14(1 A LLNiARI ,',M Shsepahead Bay dall- 8, P . Imada iv* Silver Wave Hotel. Freeport, 581(1803 dally. e?e Mon. and FrL. 8:30. Sun S 30. Carman A Denton EFFORT Klondike?780 Sea Baas Sunday, Dally 8 A. M . Sun. n A. M. Cants. Fred and Freddie Wrege. ADMIRAL K^cFe|S, 10 A.M. Its) dally, sun. 7:80 A.M. Capt. CHARLIE AURORAU'C 10 A M ram $1.73. Capt. JOB RCOCK. ROOKLVN tally 10. Hunday 8. Cast. H. RIOBY iAnp ak .1 leaves Cansrsle Dally aai lOSt K.II. 1 " ?ant. DDK PERSON. I vs. Wilson's Dock, Wreck Lead, - ? ?._ flun. .3:28 I rnr Ive. Wilson's Dock. I rnl Dally. 8:42 train; ? L.LIII Capt. O. w WILSON. aptJoelLr leaves Sheepahead Bay Dally Mon , 8 A. M.. Htm. I aiEchy bhckner aIvs. Hh'psh'd Bay Dally 9 P, M? i.w Yunr 7 a m wm clpuo r niuni leaves dally ? A. M.. Bun. I . I. LUNUf A. M TONY I.UNDT, LI firiTV lYS.BhaBpeliead Bay dally b A. M. LLULII I 8uIl. 7^10 A.M. Cap-. DOItMAN. ROD AND GUN. Hf\ /~v |>r C We sell them here and U U IV o tliey ?tny pat. Onr? are tied an to *tay and they do. Doerinff & Co.. 564 ,Jb"'tJr Av*-- Brooklyn. _ Tei. Clenmore 9931. AUtPPITA l'aHi H. Hun. 7. Hat. 2 P. M. 'wltnl Bheepehead Hay. J. Michael. TAMRA II 'v?- Canarale dally 7 A. M. I urnpu ii. Capt p-RF.n wipnERT. , ... Iva.Miudenyernllotvi.nanai.ti-i.Tuea.. ' "> Weil.. Hun.. 7 A. M. Capt. FUCHH. Canarale dally 7 Capt. O. WHITE. fishing I acKleandBait Dealer* who do not aell live bait hav* in* word* "tackle only" or "no bait" following their name*. List appear* Tueidaya, Thurs day* and Saturday*. UiAiitiAi iAfl AND THE BRONX Auuey A Imbrle, 117 .Chambers. Whale. No bait Uaumann, 2252 2d av.. 116th *t. Fiddler*. Baumaun. John, 371 West 123th at. Berber, 342 E. 34th at. Tel. Murray Hill 2628L, Ulrck, Fred, 17 Cooper Sq. Tackle and bait, Bronx Bird Wore, 547 E. 140th. Tackle, ball. Hrunner,Wa?h Mkt.TI.7433 Cort. Helgramlte*. Coe, Alpheua, 27 W. 123th at. Tackle only. Davega, 13 Cortlandt at. j Tackle Davega. 23 John at. f at our Dnvega, 831 Broadway. > [, atorea. Davega. Ill E. 42d at. ( Bait III Davega. 123 W. 123th at. 1 aeaeon! Dlrkea, 732 0th av. Tel. 10193 Circle Dory, A.. 401 W. 80th at. Tel. 7538 Cirri*. Dutll, John, 428 W. 42d at. Tel. L'nrre f'237 Froal. H. J. Co., 100 Chamber*. Tkl., W'hlsl Fucha. 11., 52 lat av. Orch.0036. BaltAflddlar* Cllldenberg, 2321 8th av.. 135tli. M'galdu 5073. Cordon, 2127 Amat'd'm av., 165th. No halt. Oroaa, 8th av. 8 S4th at. Second hand tarkl*. Hatiowar.M., 1883 Hark av. Tackle r.nd bait. Hlrach. 800 Amat'd'm av. Tel. niveraide 4610. Hochgraef, 307 E. 34th at. Tel. Van'blt 2350. loaaca.H.R.Co., 2436 8th av.,130th at. No half. Kellerman, 3030 3d av.. 15flth *1. Tel.Mrl.t068. Ktffe. H. H. Co., 523 Bwav Tackle ooly. Klr'.land'a. 96 Chamber* T'ckle-Helgramlta*. Levlten'a, 551 B. 138th. Tkle, bait. Mel. 3088. Mary. R. H. * Co., Inc., B'wy a 34th. No bait. Marten*,Fred,34 8thav.Tkl.abalt.Tel Chel.7934 Metropolitan Hdw. Co.. Church 4 Veney at*. Mill*. Wm. 4 Bona, 21 Park nl. Barclay 0571. Ogtlvy, R. Co., 79 Chamber* at. No bait. PMItpr* Sport Shop. 123 Naaaau. 20ft discount. Pollmanl, 385 Bleeckar, oor. Perry. No bait, Rell, J. H.. .'100 3d av. Tackle only. Relngnld, 121 8th av., 16th at. Tarkle 4 bait. Rlrhman, J., 2423 2d av.. 123 at Tol.Har.T8tf. Roger* Pert Co.. B'way 4 13th at. "V Tarkl* Boner* Pe?t Co.. R'way at Warren at. I at our Roger* Pert Co.. Herald ?q., 35th at. f four Roger* Peet Co.. nth av. at 41*t at. 7 atorea, Roaenbaum. 862 E. 139th, ft. "L." atatlon. ?chubaeh48<m.8012 3d av.M5.3th) ..Tel,Mel. 1238 Prhoverllng, Dalv 4 Oale*. 802 B'wtay. No halt Stlver*t*ln, H., 330 W 50th at. Tel Col 7727 Sun'* S. O. Co.. 151 W 23d at. Tarkle 4 bait, Vom Hnf*. 13- It Co., 02 Fulton at. Tarkl* only Vonlcnrerke* net mold.Inc..34FM?d.av. Tckle. Wnl* n 170 1?t av.. nr. 10th at. 5867 Orch. BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN. Bait 4 Tackle, 202 Wyckoff av. Tel. 3211 K'vg. Doertng, 504 T.lbi rty av. Tel. Ulenmor# 0911. Hyde, 350 Bergen at-, at 4lh av. Sterling 590. Johnann. P., 259 Wyckoff av. Tel 0002 Ev'gn. Kingston T'kle Co., 1499 Fulton at. 7508 Daf. Doraer, Frrd'k, 4 Co.. Fulton at. Tkle only. Mnr?ter*. J. F., 53 Court at. Tel. 0044 Trl'gl*. Mlrliaelaon, H. H., 1274 Red'd av. No bait. Mlohaeiaon, N. I,., 914 Broadway. No bait. Morrta, 1757 I ulton at., Reld av. 193*. Badf'd. Roeper. 777 Woodward av. Tackle only, grhaaf, 199 t-Tatbuah av. Tel. 2319 Sterling, gchebler, F., 251 Wyckoff av. Tel. 1987 B'vg. (Hot*. 849 Flu*hlng av. Tel. 4816 Stagg. Sprung. 2701 A'lantlr av. Tel. 5878 Olanmore. Voehrlnger, 12*3 Myrtle av. E'vgreen 7S85W. OUT OF TOWN. WelahanJf.,717 Hack'ok plk. rd..W Mohokea. HORSES AND CARRIAGES. HORSE FOR SALE. Unusual disposition, hand some, kind, fearless, usable. Address Owner, P. O. box. 708, Woodmore, L. I.