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\ PERTH AMBOY EVENING .NEWS, THURSDAY, MARCH 28, 1907. ** 1 ■'Cn
*X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X*X+X.10C*0l+X+Wl+Wl+x+X+A*A+x+x+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X!+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+ J f IN THE FIELD OF SPORTS ! +X*X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X40(+X+X+X+X+X+X+,X+X+X4X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+) RUFFLED UP " THE EACLES. Tavernites Took Three Straight Games From the Birds Last Night. Tile Tavernites defeated the Aagle A. C. five In three straight games last night on Bohnsack’s alleys. The games were won by 44, 50 and_ 81 plus respectively. This 4s the first, game that the Tavernites have won in a long time and they feel much elated over the victory. The scores were as follows: TAVERNITES. L. Vanhorn. 159 135 195 O. Olesen . 192 1 28 161 Olwlne . 147 21 7 158 Bohnsack . 92 103 141 J. Olesen . 172 186 163 Totals . 762 769 818 EAGLE A. C. V. umj .. XT./ 1WU Kutcher .16 169 142 Seaman .150 139 171 Henderson .126 131 151 Oleson .126 141 170 Totals ....718 719 737 FRIDAY NIGHTS MADE EASY. The Friday Nights held their week ly session on Hartmann’s alleys last night. Following the bowling a so cial hour was spent. JUNIOR LEAGUE HOWLS TONIGHT The Interstate Junior League teams will bowl . tonight. The Amlcitias’ and Alpines second teams will bowl at Pleasant Plains, and the Aque hongas’ second team and the Key stones will bowl at Tottenvllle. BI/OOIMiOOD’S BEST BOWLERS. High scores on Bloodgood’s alleys last night were: W. Pemberton, 213; A. Bunten. 211; R. Hlbbitt, 201, 187; T. Bloodgood, 192, 190, 186. PURITAN JUNIORS AVON. The Puritan Juniors defeated the Hiawatha A. C. at the lumber field diamond by a score of 17 to 4. The battery for the Juniors was Doegan, pitcher, and Lerry, catcher. The bat tery for the Hiawatha A. C. was Shear, pitcher, and Goldberger, catcher. AVOODBHIDGE AVANTS DATES. The Royal F. C., of Woodbridge, have organized for the coming sea son and intend putting a strong team on the field. They are open for games with teams averaging nine teen years. Address all challenges to Arthur F. Gels, Fulton street., AVood brldge, N. J. lilUltV’SBEST BOWLEIts' High scores on Kirby’s alleys yes terday afternoon and last night were: Harry Neal, 268, 221, 216, 177, 222, TOO, •! . OOUM7lt 4. 1 x, Joo, ii. iviiuj, 205, 180; .T. Dolan, 193; L. Larsen, 192; H. Albright, 188, 178; A. Si monsen, 178, 179. BOVS PRACTICE TONIGHT. The boys of the Danish Sociable Athletic Club will practice and drill tonight in their club rooms In New street. The younger members will meet tomorrow night. THE BEST AT UTOPIA. H. Sofquist rolled 193 last night on tluJ Utopia alleys. BOHNHACK’H BEST BOWLERS. G. Olsen rolled 212 and 190 last night on Bohnsack’s alleys. THIS IS DWYER'S NIGHT. Johnny Dwyer, of this city, will tight tonight at the Long Acre A. C. in Now York. This is "Johnny’s” first fight this year and as he has kept in full training since his last battle he Is confident of winning. His opponent is as yet unknown. LOCAL LAD TO EIGHT. Frank McCormick, of this city, will fight an unknown opponent at Haiti more tonight. GARTER KNOT. BcanliiKH Steeplechase Saw Defeat of Favorite, fina Straus. WASHINGTON. March 28.— Three I favorites, one second choice and two outsiders won at Hennings. Jockey Miller, who lias been very successful on the Hennings truck, did not ride a wiuner in four mounts. The finishes in several races were remarkably close. In the first land Hounerges went to j the front at the rise of the barrier and | won easily. Dead Gone, from Madden's stable. I backed front 25 to 1 to 15 to 1, lasted long enough to got the decision in the | second from the favorite, Glaucfis. with | Bleinlier so close a third that a blanket would have covered the.three horses. It was a thrilling finish, the winner just nipping the favorite under the wire. In the steeplechase Garter Knot got i the decision by half a length from ; Northvllle. with the favorite, Gus Straus, a poor third. In the final event Keidmore, as good as 20 to 1 on the opening day. went to the post at 1 to 2 and won by two leugtlis, eased up. Summaries: rirqt trace.—jjorci Hoanerges. nrst; Gold Sifter, second; Toddles, third. Second Race. — Dead Gone, first; Glaucus. second; Blember. third. Third Race.—Tudor, first; Jack Mc Keon. second; Town Topics, third. Fourth Race. — Garter Knot, first; 1 Northvilie, second; (ins Strnns, third. Fifth Race.—East End, first; Nettie Carlta, second; Accumulate, third. Sixth Race. — Reid more, first; Cob niosa, second; Paul Clifford, third. WreHtllng at Springfield. SPRINGFIELD, Mass.. March 8.— : Jim Barnes, middleweight champion, was the winner last night in a wres tling match with Jim Prokos of Low ell. The contest was rough throughout, Barnes being awarded the first fall in 18 minutes because of slugging by Pro kos. The Lowell man won the second in 18 minutes 12 seconds, and the third weut to Barnes iu 12 mluutes 30 sec onds. Giants Down Athletics In First (iunie NEW ORLEANS, March 28.—In their first game since the world's champion ship series of 1005 the New York Na tionals and the Philadelphia Americans met yesterday. New York won, 4 to 3. Iu the last half of the ninth inning New York got two men on bases and with two out Shannon drove a ground er past the pitcher’s field, scoring two runs. Tenuis Flelkl Clear For Gimld. LONDON. March 28. - Eustace H. ■ Miles lias decided not to defend his title to the international amateur court tennis championship in the tournament which is to begin here April 24. Tbe withdrawal of Mr. .Miles is regarded as leaving the field clear (o Jay Gould. Jay Gould left New York last Tuesday to play in the London tournament. BOwlinR at \tlikutlc City. Kecver and Rcliutz of fhe Fidelias of Now York were high score among the two men teams, with 1,200 point*, at , the National Bowling association's tournament. Ehrlich and Williams of Newark were, second, with 1,173. and Johnson and Sutherland of Toronto third, with 1,110. Mnsonla hi \fiv Orleans. NEW OHLE.VNS. March 28.—Mnso nin, backed down from 30 to 1 to :tn to 1, won the third race at the Fair grounds. Rebel Queen equaled tlie track record In the second ill four nml a lialf furlongs for two-.vcnr-olds. Sou 111 tin rv Trvlrlers Won I ill me. NORFOLK. Va„ March 28.—1‘rlncR* ton defeated Hampdon-Sydncy i; In 0 here. The Virginia (earn was unable t to do anything with Southpaws Drowns t and Clark. _;_ e INTERSTATE LEAGUE STANDING. * Won Lost P.C. Amicitias .18 15 .54 5 Aquehongus ....17 15 .515 Alpines .14% 18 .4 38 x - J; Coward! Push Philadelphia, exclaims s pa- 1 per of that city. Coward! Strike a cripple?—Atlanta Georgian. A "As Ye Sow." Everyone is bound to bear patiently F the results of his own example.— Phaedrus. ~ SEWAREN WINS TWO IN THREE. Defeated the Woodbridge A. A. or the Kirby Alleys by a Big Lead. The Sewaren bowlers defeated the Woodbridge A. A. in two out of three games last night on Kirby's alleys. The first and second games were won by the Sewarenltes by 181 and 14 0 pins: the third game was won by the Woodbridge howlers by 50 pins. A return match will shortly he ar ranged, to be bowled in Woodbridge. The scores last night were: SEWAREN. Larsen . 165 185 149 A. Slmonaen. 1-82 182 159 H. Simonsen. 185 1 82 1 49 Dolan .156 191 150 Zehrer .181 193 170 Totals . 869 933 777 WOODBRIDGE A. A. Edgar ..141 151 145 Gutter . 138 156 139 Aro()6t- . 16 1 189 204 Jemarest. .119 143 158 Villlamsen . 126 154 181 Totals . 688 793 827 ADVICE FOR MARRIED PEOPLE. To Keep a Husband. First, don't resent absent-minded ness. Because he forgets to kiss you is no sign he no longer loves you. Feed him well, and be gentle when comes home fagged out. If he returns much harassed don't jegiu operations by testy contradlc ions.—Philadelphia Record. To Keep a Wife. Let her carry the pocket book. Never complain when she asks you :o hook her waist. Tell her at least once every day hat she looks younger than ever. Make her believe you want to fight ivery time another man looks at her. —Chicago Record-Herald. IN LONESOMEVILLE. _ _J Miss G, Ossip—Nobody knows any tilng about thp new resident, but she ives it out that she is a widow. Miss Caustlque—She Just looks like woman capable of laying anything j attract the men.—Rochester Demo rat. According to Tommy. 'Iienever father shaves He says it’s such a bore, c swears he'll grow a board— And if it weren’t for maw m sure he would. But sho Just Jollies him like this: Vty dear, how yloan you look! N You’re sweet enough to kiss!" nd so, when father shaves, He don’t know where lie's at. e swears that—well, ho swears, And left? it go at that! Judge. J. C. M’CflY WILL TRY FORTHEUHNI CUP. NEW YORK. Mar. 28:—J. C. Mc Coy has made a formal entry lu the contest for the I.ahm Balloon Cup, and in a short time he expects to start from St. Louis, accompanied by Alan R. Hawley, in an attempt to travel more than four hundred miles in the air and thus exceed Lieutenant Lahm's record when he won the In ternational Challenge Cup for Amer ica Inst autumn Mr. Hawley is planning to make an ascension within the next ten days from Pittsfield. Mass., which is still regarded by the Aero Club as by far the best btnfoon centre, in spite of the facilities extended to the club at Philadelphia. Mr. Hawley plans to make five ascensions from Pittsfield within the next month, so 'that he may become an accredited pilot, of the Aero Club before he goes abroad to take a course of instruction under French experts for the International Cup race from St. Louis. Cortlandt Field Bishop, president of the Aero Club, received word yes terday from Frank S. Lalim, the club’s foreign representative, that Italy is anxious to enter Usuolli, its PTOtllpuF oornilflllt ill ilin Ti<tni<niiilnn al Cup race, but as the limit for en tries has expired it is regarded as doubtful whether it will be accepted. Mr. McCoy was formerly general manager of the Raritan Copper works In Perth Amboy and is president of the Perth Amboy Trust Company. A CTO (T.llt ELECTION. Associated Organization Selects Sud ler for President. TRENTON, Mar. 28:—William F. Sadler, Jr., of this city, was elect ed president of the Associated Auto mobile Clubs of New Jersey at the ■ annual meeting of the organization ; held here. : John E. GUI, of Trenton, and Fran cis Eveland, of Jersey City, secretary ■ and treasurer respectively, were con- j tinned in office for the present, in : spite of their dcsiro to resign because ] of business affairs. A'membership of 3,000 was report- j ed. with a bright outlook for greater ) gains this summer. These directors ! were elected: Dr. F. C. Ard, Union ■ Automobile Club, George A. Post, and 1 W. G. Norwood, North Jersey Auto- I mobile Club of Hudson County; Wal- ' ter E. Edge, Atlantic City Automo- ] bile Club: Karl G. Roebling, Mercer ; County Automobile Club; F. R. ; Pratt and Charles F. Baker, Now j Jersey Auto and Motor Club; Judge * James E. Dill, Automobile Club of \ New Jersey. • HANDSOME ELK POSTERS. DlNtribrtrd by tile Committee in , Charge of the Pliiladel- • pliiu Convention. 1 PHILADELPHIA, Mar. 28:—What. ■ is admitted to be the prottlest poster j ever issued in connection with an < Elks’ convention and reunion has 1, just been put out by the committee • in charge of the arrangements forj: the coming convention of the II. P. d O. Elks which is to be held in this j city during the week beginning July I? 15. | ) The poster, a large affair in six colors, is emblematic of the Quaker IH City, and shows Father Penn wel-j ^ coming, with open arms, the noble > animal from which the order derives, j its name. The Liberty Bell and In-1 >1 dependence Hall are also shown in ^ their original hue and add a pleasing > lustre to the design, which on the 3 whole is a most striking example of 4 the artist’s skill. J ^ Thousands of these liosters have ul- > ready been distributed, copies being > sent to every lodge in the older and 4 to many of the loading hotels in the ^ country. The publicity committee, > which is in immediate charge of their > distribution, lias made ample provs- 4 ion to supply every demand and those q desiring these posters for display iu > public places should address the com- j > inittee.at once. 4 TIME or HIGH WATER. A M P. M. | 5 Mar. 26— 5:04 5:34 4 27- — 5:4k 6:11 ij 28- 6:27 6:48 > 29 7:05 7:25 1 3(1— 7:43 8:05 tj 31— 8:21 . 8:46 j Apr. 1— 9:02 9:30 > 2— 9:46 10:17 1 _:_ 14 JUNIOR HOWLING LEAGUE. 4 Won Los;. P.C j Keystones .34 14 .708 ) Amlcitias’ 2d ...2k 20 .583 ij Aquehongas’ 2d .23 2,7 .479 4 Alpines’ 2d . 11 37 .229 * / |j Lighter, sweeter, more palatable | || and wholesome. | ROYAL BAKINS POWDER CO. NEW-YORK. Jjj INDICTMENT FAULTY IS M’FADDKN’S CLAIM. TRENTON, Mar. 28:—Argument an demurrer in the case of Bernard VtcFadden. under indictment for tending 6bseene literature through he mails was heard Tuesday after noon by Judge Canning in the United Hates district court. McFadden was represented by Theodore B. Booraem, 3f Middlesex county, and George H-hroeder, of New York, while As sistant. District Attorney H. P. Cind abury represented the government. It is alleged that MeFadden as the publisher or a magazine known as Physical Culture violated the law in sending the November, December and January issues of the monthly through the mail, as they contained an obscene and indecent story. His I counsel alleged that the indictment I charging him with the crime was im properly drawn and not explicit enough and they asked that it be quashed. Judge Danning reserved decision. “Conspirators." Cupid and beautiful woman has over baen Charles Dana Gibson’s best theme. His pictures that have given him world-wide fame have been, moct ly pictures of women. HJenee tha "Gibson Girl,’’ the favorite of fbreo continents. Next Sunday s World will contain an art suplemc^it of un usual merit—Cupid and the CM. Get it from the newsdealer. Let the NEWS fill your wants. j -A. 1ST EXQUISITE SHOWING OF | Easter Millinery ( Presenting the Latest Ideas and Designs and f Embracing all the Leading New Colors. j | There is not a Millinery emporium in this county that can even ap- % proach the tine selection of Trimmed Hats as exhibited by us this $ season. It is a grand array of the most artistic creations of the 5 Milliner's Art, and the exclusive styles from our own work room j are justly admired and our efforts in this direction duly appreciated by all who took occasion to visit our store on the Spring Opening : Days. A call at our store is solicited the most courteous treatment ■ being assured. Opon Evenings. ■ ■ ! —— i J. Kreielsheimer, 117 Smith st. 1 r ' * I ; 5 - — mm X <+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X+X + X+X+X+X+X+X+X+x+X+X+X+X+X+ —^i _ i Jg # «J IF i T Said Kornelia Kinks, “Be brave, you Coon, 8 , § 1*^1 J Your fate will be decided soon; V J. A w*# j cannot shoot Iikc Wi|iiam Xell( l CORN FLAKES So be prepared to make your yell.” ^ j i C' _ Prepare yourself for hard work, mental or physical, by JX ^ TO CrVC . eating “Korn Kinks” daily. It is the new coni food—malted ^ J corn Hakes so prepared as to be a delight to the palate and JJ ^^ ■ *, S’* easily digestible. Try it and see. All grocers sell it. 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