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1 and 2. Sporting Pages 1 and 2. l'Hlfl DI8PATCH FOTJNTJBD lf*>. WHOLE NUMBER 17 0R7 THB TIMB8 FOUNDED 1WM. " **ViliU XI U _U_>._i_t> X (,UO I. RICHMOND, VA., SUNDAY, JANUARY 28,1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. F1GHTERS HT ME II Tfiy IT BrittDiscusses Ex-LIght .Weight's Advent In Welter Class. LIVE COMMENT ON RINQ AFFAIRS Fitz's Long Career As a Good Fighter Due to Fact That Hc Didn't Bcgin As Professional j Until Hc Had Reached Age When Many . i" Quit. tTnpyrlght by James Edward Brltt, 1906.) SAN* ITtAN'f'IS ? ???, .'Ai,.. January ?27.?Is Joe Gatui golng lo do tlie sumo thlng ta tho welterweight dlvls lon that Joff did t>, the beavyweight? Wlth aa many pronilahig scrap pnra In alght aa thcro iiro in iftal claas, It does not scem probablc that he wlll he p'-nnlt ted to wenr hla laurebl in rwaruj, but so fr-r tbf-re has beon nn oiuIikiuh ailenee from the s.'-plriiig 14S-poundera. who wejr. so prom? inent ln fight nowa a. f"w montiis back. Of courae, oh plafn; stralght dope, Gans it not uudiaputed boM of the weltcrs; lhat is. he dld not lieut tlie recognlaed champlon of a dlvislon in ,-i ehamplon idilp battle. What h? titln. becri' <-olt a twenty-round draw, and haa now boaten one of th>- tough.-st and hardent Jightera ln that elass. There i? a pretty Mrong Irnpreaalmi thnt AValcott r?n be Ignprcd hereafter, so lt sonms to m" that Eatis's clalm. is stronger than that of any other liuht.-r. Rut, luitvlug that out. aa I said before, haa ls :i strong claiin to tho ho fo-igbt Champlon Wnl (Continued on Second Pnge.) HARD DAY ON THE RACK FOR EDITOR OF JABS AND JOLTS The Prosecutlon Finds That Her= ford, Sharkey and Fitz Were Not Immune. tBy QYM BAGLEY.) Xl-;w YORK, January 27.?Soclojty was there, and thoro strong. They c'ouldn't havo cot anothcr bouI In tho court room. not even for a pald admisslon. Whon Hls Nbba called timo aml tlu- second day of the 'great trlal begah tlmre was a Bllcnco so thlck tbal you could have heard d barrcl of pins drnp. Thn editor of "Jabs nnd Jolts" had aaahayed Into the riiiK for tlm iirst round looklnir like a man cacaplng from Chi? cago. But there wns a chango now. lle ?was iio lonjrcr bllttic nnd gay. Ile was amok.v under the lumps and mottled alon.i the ir'Ils. Tbo question marks sbowed all over his 1I1UR-. Counsel for the defense put ihe editor on the stand. Q. Vou tostlfled yesterdav that yo eonldn'l separate Al Ilerford from an> thlng more bankahlo than a plensaiu smllc? A. Not If you chlnroformed hlm nnd u.'nd :, itiotlnn punin, Q. now oftcn did you try to work Ilerford" A. Oricc I didii'l have a liref'nm lo l! V : -|l||. Q. Then you cotialdercd IT<rfnrd n tonc*- prono?l'.lon? A. He wouldti'l glve ii-. i -o:arter to s?c the ptntnn ?f J.lberly do ri sklrl danco. Ruaaoll Pace ls a rtruilken sallor conipared lo him. Q. Then Ilerford tv.-ib not an ininune? NO CHAMPIONSHIP IS WFST'S FUNNY FOOTBALL EDICT Teams May Play, But to Prove Any Relative Merits Will Be a Crime. CHICAOO. January ;:.-There wlll bo no charaplonahip in tbo future ainong foot-ball teams of tho Middle AVest, ac cordlns to ProfeBsor Albion W. SinVl, ?who rcpresented tbo Cnlverslty of Chl A. No; hc waa the prln.ilpni lir.rring on the pim. tj. V.iu havo had hlm thcro? A. Vof. c^. il'ie i^ a parngrnt'ii cllppcd from "Jaba and JoitH." Dld you wrlta lhat? Tho paragraph was reud ln ov'dencc: Joe Gans ls Ihe greafost fighter in hls cliiss. Hut ho la In He-'fotd'a sta blo and when thr- Bnltinnfro con atarta ?hlm, Iho only thing to do ls play hlm for place. Iferford is afrald t<> go to aloop for fear lie'H ero?a himself. When l->ank I'rtio lie.it Gans ,-.t Ihe P.rond wny Club It was thought that tho ?oon qillt. Some wla'ri gny at lh? ringsuto mmarked that th.-io waa one tro'lble wlth Gans. He. had eontracted yellow fev^r eatlng too many- oranges when ho wag *i kl.i. nn: .r w.isu ? crai'fjcs, It waa llorford. A. Voa. I wroto that. Q. Dldn'l lferford once promlse to ra momher you ln hiK will if you would h*} good to hlm? A. Tea. Hut I retnembcrod that a few daya before ho gavd it out thnt he had got rellglon. Wh<m Gans henrd It he paid: "If AI has got rellglon l'll bot lt's in hla wlfe> nanie." Q. Do you know Tom Sharkey? A. V.ve heard of hlm. Q. DM you not crltlelse hlm tn "Jabs and JoPa?" A. I dldn't lean th'* hnmmor on him very hard. T onco said that h* was a e.igo ln the rccent football conference of Tdir 9 Colleires If the suirestlons mado nt thnt i-oiifercnce nre adoptod. "It waa agreed," aald Professor Smnll. | "by the rcpreaentntlvea of all the col ! logna that tho football KChedule* should o" bo nrranarorl that there would he no way Of decldlnsr the cbnmplnnshlp. Tho schedule* wlll hc made out hy athletic nuthorlt'es. who aro to undoratand dlK Unotly that no ono team shall hnve a [ chance lo clnim the champlonship." Thls provtslnn, as well na the others proposcd at the conference. m?t with ap provnl rmone members or the facultv of the Unlveratty of Chtontrn. nnd th~re seoni? tn be Httle dotiht thnt they wlll i be adopted l.v that Inatltutlon. The Ifaculty of Northweatem University is aald to anpr^ve of Ihe chanites rccotn niendeil hy thc conferebce. RATIONAL FOOTBALL TALK FROM HADLEY Most Refreshing Change From Ranting of Reformers Who Know Not Their Wants. (.Spoclal lo The Times-Ulspatch.) NEW YORK, January S.7.?ln theae days of football hyatorlca on the part of professors whp havo no more idea of tbo gamo than tiic average wom nn. tho Hjicoeh of J'resident lladley, of Yale. before tho alumni dlnner. stand* out liko u beacon ln its ratlonal trcat ment of the subject, Ouo pf Prealdent Hadley'a gema of common senso must havo lnnded forcl hly on the gentloniati fro I:nlversity llelghts: "We bcllove that footholl rules aliotild bo framed as far as posaible by football experts, for ln this, as ln every other fleld, inexpert leglalatlo'n is more than llkely to defeat Its own end." And thut'a Juat what wlll happeh. Tho football rules commltteo wlll tako curo of tbo game, and by this 1 niean tho orlglnal football rules commlttee. not tho conglomeratlon that, had its birtb In Uio McCrackcn powwow. True. the orlg? lnal commltteo will bear what the new members have to say; but let them onco propose any radlcal chnngoa ln tho rules thnt wlll so alter tbo gatno that It is In dangcr of losing Its strenuous char? acter and prlnclplos, and thoy will get the frosty flngors from tho old members of tbo origlnnl commltteo. It's Juat posatblo that even thougli Har vard wlthdraw from football tlio gamo ?wlll bo benefltted. It will thon be up to Yale, Prlncoton, Pennsylvania, Michlgan nnd othor moldors of nion, who are not . nctuated In thelr treatmont of sports by thn calainlty bowls of pigcon-llvcrcd professors, to get together and ahow how - the gamo should be played to bring out nll thdt'S good In tho Amerlcan youth. Tlint. they can do this wlthout tho help t>f Ilarvard, Columbia or Now York Unl vcl'slly ls a olneh. Miitual Trust Wanted. I'resldr-ut lladley further proposod adoptlng idenls for tho gamo of football, wlth ostracistn tho penalty for Ignorlng them: "C am convliiced" that if every Amerl? can college studunt nnd graduute would Bec that lt was hls duty ns a gentleman to altributo honorablc intentlons to hls opponont ns long as ho accepted hlm ns an opponont, the worat causes of irrl tatlon would be uvotdod. There wlll, lu deed, always bo men who under tho spur nf thn mnment do thlngs that they ougbt not to." Truo In whlst as woll as foot? ball. Now conies tho walj against tbo gato monoy 'evll rlght on to'p of the announeo tuent tliat Yalo had atored up a wad of HOO.000 us. a reault of its athlotlcs. ls this an ovll? Tlm fact thnt our ,young men ln college are so ablo flnan u-lally tliat they bnndl" iuiiiually from nixly to ono hundred thousiind dollnrs ln t'bo f-nttre saUsfaetlon of thelr faculty pvoraporn aeoma lo me most cofnmond tiblo ratlier lluiii dophunblo, ls It not rather. liko tlie toinpest iu a teapol for the oountry's lnslru?;toru to get all Btlrrcd up over tlio, possiblllty of .lones or Smlth makliiK a nleket horo und thoro out of college ulhlotles, whllo the Insuratmn .?mnpniiies go merrlly nloug bolding lnvlsh bannuets and being-?otliei wlsn nlrocloiisly o-uravugiinl and' wasio 1'ul with iho polii-y' linlders' monny? Mlgllt they not bettvr spend thelr liuio studyliig out a remedy for this and tiiher of thn coimtvy's ovlla. than lo beconiii ho wi-ouRbt up bocouse tbcli ptudoiils aro prematurely learnlng to liiindbi money in largo. doaea? Tho magnlludo of football, Ub Btrenu ntjlty, tlio lai-go amount of. money ln vplvod, LU? hlgh salarled caochea, are all ?- s but the natural resulta of young Amerl cans pultlng their bc?t efforts Into a grnnd game. Aa their fathers have atag ger.-d humnnity with tlie vaatncas of buslnesa industrles, ao their sona nre bound to liustle zto show onormons prollta from football to tlie athlctk world. This nttempt to amothe.r thelr cnergy by cuttlng out gato recolpts for value received In tho'shape of aterllng endeav or, such aa the efforts <>f eollege ath lctes in oompetltion alwaya are. is most reprehenslble on the part of their facul 9 -1 Move to Abolish Gate Receipts Would Abolish Most Practical Educator Boys Have. cs. They coidd in much better grace ?ai-h them to make their gate receipts go irthtr, thus glvlng them a fcw prnc ioal demonstratlons in economics, atuff hut wlll hclp them in after life, but .vltl.-h is not found in books. Wants to Fight "Jack" O'Brien V Thla ls Tommy Rytan. who haa qome out of hia rotlrement of a yaar lo chal lengo "Phlladoiphla Jack" O'Brlen, the vanquh-her of the late l?mienP# iwl( Isd Cornlnhman. Ryan haa otfarad ?o poat 13,099 au a guarantoe. u Philadelphia Jack" of the Pugs1 400 Mr. O'Brien i-s 3 war aubjcct '.n tho sensatinnal prosecutior. of !!?.? cdltor of "Jabs and Jolts'" for writlng llbeloua crltlclsms of Gotham'a sport set. The teatlmony Is moat startling In character, a choice and compact reproductlon of whlch is glven to-day by Gym Bagley. DICKENSON TEAM HERE ON MARCH 27 Collegc Baseball Club Has Announced Schedule Which Includes Four Dates In Virginia. (Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.) CARLiSDE, PA., January 27.?Manugor Harry M. Sc-arborough, of tho Dlckinson College base-bull team haa u.nnounccd hla schedule of goraes for the sprlng. One o.' the fcatures of the schedule Is a south? ern trip whlch wlll Includo five games. The season wlll begln oh March 21th, when the team will jilay John Ilopklns at Baltimorc. Tw.-my-ono gamea wlll be phiyod. seven of them ln Curllsle. Gettys burg will bo met on the diamond for tho flrst time In several years. Tho schedule ls as follows: March 24th?Johns Ilopklns, at Baltl? more. March 2?th?University of Vlrglnla, at Charloltesville. March 27th?Rlchmond College, at Rlch mond. I March 2Sth?Randolph-Macon, at Ash land. March 2*rth?Willlani and Mary, at Wll llamsburg. jApril 4th?Princeton, at Princeton. April 7th?Mcrccrsburg, at Curllsle. Aprll 530th?Urslnus, at Collegovlllc. Aprll 2lst?Lehlgh, at South Bethelhem. Aprll 25th?Gettysburg, at Gettysburg. Aprll 28th?F. and M., at Carlislo. May 2d--Mt. St. Mary's, at Carlislo. May 4th?State. at Stato College. May Bth?Bucknell, at Lewlsburg. "May 8th?St. John's, at Annapolls. May Oth?Xuvy, at Annapolls. May 12th? Rucknoll, at Carllslc. May 19th?State, at Carllslc. May Sith?1>\ and M., at Laucaator. Jtnio 2d?Gettysburg, at Curllsle. -.- ) Many Places Opert to Them. (Special to Tho Tlmes-Dlspatch.) ANX ARHOR, MICII., January 27.? Should Norcross, ITommond or I.ong man, of Michlgan University, caro to take. up tlio anluous dutles of u foot oull coacll next fall any quantlty ot places but West) will bo opened to them. So great is the dcinand and fnr the atylo or play turnod out by tho Ann Arbor piipils of Ifurryup Vost that any formcr Michlgan stnr Is greedlly nccopted as a past mostcr of gridirou stratogy. Jack O'Brien's Ancestry Also Irri' pughed by The Pug 400's Official JournaL spendthrifc of onorgy In thn ring, and cloBOr than tlm skln to a BaUflagO out of It. Anothor paragrnph froni "Jabg and Jolts" was ndmltted: Sharkey ia cntitlous. Down on his rancli at Hheepsbead tlm other nlght be found that he had only oim match ln tho house wlth whlch to llght tlm kitchen flre in tbo inorning. Tlm nearoal match factpry wns mile.s away. Tnm wusn't certnln thnt tho match wns a good ono. B<> he llt lt to mnke Bttro before going- to hed. Tho inateli was gn-id all rlght. Tbo wltness ndmltted hnvlnt? written tlm pnragraph. Q. Did you ever sell Sharkey ntiy sliareH iu Jaba nnd Jolts? A. No. I irled to sell hlm a flve-del l.-ir gold plece onco for J3.SS. but ho told me b'- wasn't Investlng In medals. Q. ln catorlng to your cllentcle. Ihe pug 400, you frerjuently ninkn ui)o of tho lertn "locnl eolor." Whal do you menn by that? A. "f.ocnl eolor" Is tlie n-reen und yel? low pnlnt on T*ncl* Pam's prbmlaaory noles. Q. Ifnvo you not written artleles nnd Blgned the namcs of otho.'S to them'* A. tFrequently. That's part of a pth llslicr'? education. Q. TOxplaln what you hicari by that? A. Some pntiers wlll p'tb'.'a'a nnvthim: they thlnk wlll co, nnd slgn any old name to It that helps. Tt. do.>sn't makti nny differenco about tho owner of thc nam?. ir he doesn't liko it ho can (cko It out ln ndmiring what a free and glorloua cotinfry coutalns hlm fzir a cltlz'jn. He may bo ns Uond as Ramnsiea UT., but wo'll tack hls natne to a story, it lt look*. goori in prlnt. Q. Dld y..u evor slgn tho namo of Bob FUzslmmons t.. nii *irtl ?'.?*" A. Many tlmos. Q. What flnanetnl rcmuneration did you recclvo from pitz? A. Just after he had beaten Ruhlln and Sharkey and cloan.Tl up n. pretty pofc of money ho gavo me hi-i phntngraph. <t. When ,Tuci< o Rrlnn was rcfiiced admlaslon io the Waldorf-A'?rti'la d! 1 you Inslnuato that ltarry r.^nr had not-'i ing on hlm? A. Not oxnetly, Witness was. hnndud Iho foHow.'og paragrnph and ndmlttcd being iia authort Jack O'Brion'a clalm ?.-> royal blood ls not. without fpundatlon. ile is de acended from ,-in trlsh klng, II? h.i.i parchtnnnta In his t>oj<-?*1 >ri showlng where hls anccstora wag*d wnr "hy throwiiig cocoanuts at c-.vin other frr-rii tho trces. Q. -llow did O'Brlen reeeU'e ihat slale ment? A.?I didn't esk hlm. Court here adjourncd abruptly, P.'lly Xolan having asked pc-.Tlissioii lo go nn tlie stand to expinln why ho waa In a hurry lo have Xclsnn m.-ot McGovern. WAST THUS 'TWIXT B0B AND JVLIA (Specinl to The Tlmcs-Dlapatch'.) NKW YORK, January 27.?In viow of tho chummlnc'aa of Jtilia nnd Bob rlght bero ln the Vlllago these days. mlght not the followlng havo occurred out West reeently : Sccne?Apnrtments of Mrs. Julia Fltx slmmons, Cataract House, S!ou_ Falls, S. D. Eentcr Robort Pltaslmmons, tbo hus? band. MulU?Well, Bob. You here? Robort?1 should say I am here. Julla?Get niuch of a wolloplng'.' Rubr.-rt?t'onilus; rlnht-dowti to ftecs and j speaking flnanclally. I dldn't get it 80 frlghrfuliy had. cienned up blt moro'n 1' dld for plugglmr old Dcmpsey and Jcm Ilall. put togothor. Kar'a I can diacovcr the nianagers trcated mo squaro. Julia?How odd. What's this world coiulng to? You know why l'm here, Bob? Robort?Di vorce ? Julla?The Ssuuo. Robort?Got tbo junk witli you? Julia?Kvorything. T'ara, nccklaco, stomacber, garter buckloa and all. Robort? And tlm stocks and bonds? Julla?Every one. Robort? Also tho deed to tho Bcnson luirst homo? Julla?I don't rocall that I overlooked a alngle thlng. Robort?Well, tbere's no uso dolaying tho muln point. Conaldcrlng what's wlth you, l'm incllnod to Btlck around in your vlcinlty for a while. Julla?You aren't going to mako a flght against my ault, are you, llob? Robort?No; juat mako a proposltlon. I havo a fow Bcrap books horo for your peTusal. Horo Iu volutne 1 are 1,900 col uinns of fresh reading nmttor about Ituby Robort, l.anky Bob, tho i-ornlsliiiuui. Freckled lelte.fotc, all prlnt ed beforo tho fl-jhl. ln volunm 2 you'll flnd 2,100 cbluinns about tho ovont in which tho mlgltty gladiator (that's me) wont down to defeat. In volunm *! thoro aro about 3,200 columhs telling how you flo.w tho BciiBimhurat coop. A total of 7,f>lHj colutnns of tho fiuest press noticoa evor draw/i down by ilvlng man, noi barring Rlcbard Manslleld. Julla?Your ' conversation certalnly In tcrcsts me. Robort?All theso columns aro ,lnc stui? for mo. I can uso 'em in my buslness. Thoy wlll also work very rilcely on the co oporatlvo plau. j ii viow of tho few tbings you havo your luuids on l'm wilH'ng to lot you in wllh me. ? Tlio advertlslng woul.ln't (!.'. you ;i bit of good al-.ni.. People would forget j-ou, beforo you could get a dlvorco even In South Dakota. Tho publlc la wlth tho onco inlghty Fltirlm mons. If you want to rldo on high wave of prosperlty put on your bonnct and come along. Julla?Itoh.-rt. dear, I am an artlst. My soul ptnes to movo audlences and garnor tho plaudlti of assemblcd multitudes. Vour conversation leada mo to susp.-ct. the irow.l will follow you. and besldes no true artlst over turncd down 7,.E0(l <:oi unms of frosh press notlccs, Taks inc. Bob: I'm yoirrs. PLUMGER, LOST LUCK American Gambler Subslitutcs a Gold Pig for Young Ladies and Disaster Follows. (Special to Tho Tlmos-Dlspatch.) PARIS, January 27.?Mr. DambOrough, the young American player who 1ms wondcrfui success at thc Monto Carlo tables eurller ln the season, is steadily loalng bls winnings. and came awav from the tables iu one afternoon SliJ.OOO poprcr. Hla luck Changcd wlion ho sub stlluted a uold plg aa a liick-brlnger for two young .ladles who always ac companled lirlm when ho played. Wiien ho llrst went to llio Caslno li6 would not plliy, tinless ho had one Of tho la? dles on each aido nnd a number of atacks of gold pleces Iu front. He sat invurlubly on the red sldo ot the board. and played steadily on all the numbers of thn last dozen. Ho monopoliscd so many uf thu nnmbern on tho board that he was ultlmatoty left to play by himself whllo tho crowd looke.l on. Suddenly ho changcd his tactlcs. Thn ladles dlsappeared, nnd he put a Jittlo gold pig on tlio tablo in front of hlm and played un the llrst ln Rtead of tha last doxon. Sittic* Llieii tio has .had llttlo luck. Mr. Daruborough has onon or twico been very near brcaking tb.ri banlc. Lot ea.-h. tlmo his luck turned nt thc last nilnute, and hls winnings wero absorbed by tlie croupler. WILLIE HOPPE COMING TO PLAY IN CHAMPIONSHIP Conqueror of Vignaux Will Be Star of Great Billiard Tourna ment in April. (Special to The Tlmcs-Disputch.) NEW YORK, Jail. 27:-T1io early re? turn of Wli.Ha H.oppo from Parls, where he recently won tho world's ohumplon ship at 1S1 balkllno- blUlards trom Muu i-lco Vignaux, ls due tb, tho. oxpootod openlng thc flrsl week In February of a new billiard und poolroom in Wost ?I'hirtietli street. near llroadway. in which Wllllc, wlth hla fathor and hrothcr Frank, will I'u luteroatpfl; Tho room haa " '? 0| tlm very best Brunswtck-Balke-C'nllendor tablea and there is an iuljolning room to sent ono hundred porsons whlch may be used ns un ncadeiuy for uiatch or (ixhibltlon ganies 01' for ?ilructiuu. llere Willlo wlll gel hls nccdctl practice for tho hig liiteriiiulonal touriuunont at 1S.2 balkllno for the world's .?haniplonahlp, whlch evant wlll ho held Iu Xew York oarly ln Aprll. Iloppo lii'i Parls last Wed nesday, nnd on his nrrlvdl hcro wlll ho glvcn n reci-plion by Icadlng bltllurd Ista. .?'..'?'?-'? Word hns li.eu recolved from Goorge Kutton. the leaiiing Anicricnn playor now ln Parls tioadomlcs, Ihnt he will ar? rlve in Xew York In Mnrch, Iu tlme lo proparo for thu hlgh lournamcnt, nnd lhat he will prohably coiuo ovor- wlth Mr. and Mrs. l.ollls Cure. who miU Mureji li. .The comlng pf Cure, tlio , ttfl-oul. Krendh export,' udda greutly to Interest ln tho' touriiaineut. ua ho la notably strong' ln tournanient play. lt Is not oxpootod now thut Vlanuux wlll coiiui here,' as lw? hia a, v**> g-tuU Aged Billiardist and Youth Who Wrested World's Title Willlo Hoppo, tha Amerjonn boy bllllard player, la chnnipion of tbo world. He defoated Vlonaux, the French wlzard, In Parla, falrly and auuaroly, win nlng by a score of B00 to 323. The only man who now layo the sllrjhtast clalm to the champlonahlp-'ls Schaefor, and It la boiloved ho will rjracofully si(r render all clalms to tho boy wondor. Hoppo lo not yet nlneteen years of age. Hoppe'8 avernae wna 20 20-2-1, wlth a hluh run of 03, Vlanaux <?ver.Vjed M 1-23, wlth ? hlnh run of 61. Hoppo ii< M the ocean and expeeted to arrivo In New York to-day or to morrow, Schaefer, Suttoii, Cure, Morning star, Slosson and Cutler Are Among the Entrants. aycrslon io tho occnn passage, nnd aince his defeat hy Hoppo tt does not seem ta oxports hcro thnt lu- can ever return to hls old form, sbown in hla victorles ovor .Schaefer, Slosson lllld all tho great play cra sonm yeara ago. The eiitry of Ora ('. Muniingstur ln the blg billiard whlch boglna in Mudlaon Hiiuarc CJarden on Aprll S, was uystiro l tho other day when he arrived from Kuropo. .Moriiimisi.tr haa heen in I'aris, llorlui and B|*U8B0|a, durlng tlio last four years aud has inot tho best that can ho produced in tlm cushioii 'gamo in the Kiiropoan capltala. ' Wlth valuublo cxpctieiu-e gnlnod by playlug the beat man in Kuropo Morn? lng Stnr will be u fautor lu tlm ?i:mlen uaii^ca, inuti^iil.u-lyt) when ho ties up witli the pl ly.i-H from acoroea the pulld, several of wbom uro eutorod. Witli Vlgunux. Hoppo and Mornlng-, Blar addi-d to Ihe gulaxy oi' Ani.-ri. .111 i-ue artlais Ihe' tuuriiMiiiciit slmuld laofc nothing ln tbo way uf oxcitomont for tlie eiiilmslast and tlu: ordinary Bpecta tor who lows a good conteat, no tnatler ol' what.'ii.it-irc. Add to "thoao the nanm ol' Jucob Schaefer, tho wizard of Obl. cngo, .md a g;ood play ls UBBlired. . New York's lannls wlll bo lo/iked aftci'a hy I'.eorge p*. Slosson, others on tbo llst of (iiiricri aro Oeorgn K. ? Sut %U'.i. of- ciilcago, i.mtiH Ctiro of Prat\c?. uuu A, C Cutler of Uustou.