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THE MORNING JOURNAL-COURIER, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1008.
NEW HAVEN WINS FARCICAL CONTEST Local Polo Team Takes Game from Tailendcra, Who Have to Borrow Schiffer to Finish Match. GAME A SLUGGING CONTEST JNrllJiri' ftldc Tries 1iis1mr. I'm N Con tent Willi Taking Aim nl Hip Gnnl Tenders .lusnn liieuKs KID. !-vnosj Aii uai;ik vi wimnc. (Olllcllil.l Won. 1,nsl. I New Ri-llaln 21 Hi .Riit Full River 2il Hi ,Nf Haven 21 17 Bridgeport. l!l ' 1'rovldenre 11 Paw-tucket 2n Wor.onlor . .' 11 Brockton 13 H! .a 111 n; .(i24 is ..v.m 22 .:()' 21 IJAMRS TO-XHitlT. Ka'l River al Worcester. Bridgeport nl Paw tucket. New Haven B.t Now Britain. Providence al Brockton. Another one of those farcical exhibi tion, that the visit lug polo tenuis hand tho local players whenever they feel so disposed and wished in he culled tl "polo Rime" was wliii t the Brockton quintet headed by the well known "Barney" Duherty placed before the liundftil or tw ofeiithuslaMlc fnlthful 'adherents of the popular winter sport who Journeyed to the Qiilnnlpiac rltik last evening. Despite the fart that, the visitors nro the sole possessors of the last place In the league standing the fans exported to Fee something more Interesting and exciting than the ama teur game which generally precedes the big garni. But such was not tho luck. Beginning In the first, period with frequent Interruptions and withdraw als to th ante-mom tho Brockton play ers mainly offending and ending only after thn master of ceremonies, Tom my Leahy blew his whistle announcing the game ended was tho farce complete In every detail. But during? thn Inter val between the first mid last act of the comical fnreo many things happen ed which If the Brockton team was run well would not and should not happen. In tho beginning of the second period, "Phil" Jnson the visiting first rush col lided with the hoard fence which sur rounds the rink, Result a broken rlh. After vnlnly attempting to continue play the. polite Mr. Jason announced that he could not continue. Then the announcement, Brockton had no sixth man. After flickering ami stalking about for a time, during which the "J4.000" organ rendered several mourn ful tunes and In which the local man ager tried to stall off the requests of the Broekton management to allow Hehlffor, the New Haven player to en ter the Hats of the visitors, the yew Haven manager finally consented. Thus with our own "Dutch" Hehiffer . against lis arrayed In a Now Haven traveling In part, and home In pnrt, uniform, the game was resumed. At that time the score was l-o. In favor of "Barney" Doherty's quintet hut. after that the local hoys seemed to have things their own way and finally suc ceeded In trouncing their opponents by a score of 3-2 But fl word for the grime Itself. Xev. er In the history of the league season this year has such an exhibition been put. up. Decking all manner of pass ing and scientific work the match was but a. slugging contest the players ap pearing to deem It their bnunden duty to ram out one of the encaging hoards. Warner was really the star of the lo ral team If there was one. The way lie captured all th rushes was really worthy of mention. The camo did not start In reality until the honorable, Mr. pohrty made one of those awful swipes at Frank Warner thinking the local player responsible for ,nmn 111 of his. The first period was all the vis 4.4nt.t.H4"M''MH'-f ST GIFTS FOR LADIES , Conipletc assortment is I lie rule with Hie Washburn store mi cli Kcin mentioned here Is given special atten tion. I'isy to please yon, mid prices nrc right. Splendid variety of Imported Beaded Hand Bags. Purses mid Opera ltags. 1 .H'AVP.L BOXF.S TKINKKT TRAYS WORK linxus IXFAXT TRAY'S TOIL17T SI ITS .MAMCl'Ri; SKTS pi rr boxks ATOMIZERS KAC1IKT (iS KFIWIVO SETS SCISSOR SETS PESK SETS PLAYING CARDS and cverytliiiif; In Leather Goods. CHOICE PERFUMES r arc Hole tigciils !"' HARMONY PERI I MES these nrc put up in very handsome hntlics and boxes, es pecially for gift, purposes. Then, these well-Known varieties': VIOLET LIBIN ROGER A G.VLLET'S COLGATE'S El ,L VARIETY OF FANCY SOAPS, TOILET WATERS, SACHET. Etc. 2S-CET BARGAIN BASKET Filled Willi Genuine Bargain-. 84 -CHURCH ST. H''rW'H',H' 1 H (." itors when II came to .scoring, Jason carryliiii off the honors with a single (ally The second period characlci l,cd by the advent of Schiffer was llt home team's In the mill tor of scoring. War ner i-dartod h period by raging a neat one bill h" was closely followed by Schiffer who gave i he visitors an ad vantage of one, Warner again broke into the scoring ranks thus tiring the score. Hone was I lie only player to deceive a goal lender In thr third pe riod and his shot of i!rl!llth's pass saved the day for New Haven. The score follows: New Harii. Brockton. Warner lasnii, Schlfl'cr "rvt rush. Hone Mercer Second- rush-. . d rlfll rh Mansfield Center. flardner Puberty Halfback. Sutton I'usirk Coal. Plrst I'crlod. Won by i 'aged by Time Brockton 'a.son 7;?ij Second I'rrloil. New Haven Warner 1S:5 Brockton Schiffer :3.i New Haven Warner 2:40 Third I'crlod. New Haven Bone 2:4T, Score, New Haven X Brockton 2; rushes, Warner S; stops. Sutton 2.", Cu slek fouls, puberty. Griffith; referee, Leahy; timer. Sedgwick. ftTHP'l HFVITi. At P.iwi ticket Fill ftiver 7. Paw tucket C. ' At Provlihr.ce Worcester If, Provi dence Farrell still leads In having the most number of fouls called on him. "Wlhl Charlie's" total of 21 is tin ahead of l-'u hoy's total. Gardner heads the list for the local team with a total of 1". Sutton had a pretty bad week of it among the goal tenders. Ills averaco dropped but four points, hut his standing went from fourth to sixth. Worcester Is playing as fast polo now as any team In the league, and will rive the rest of them a bard bat tle for the honors before the season , closes. Tho fans in Providence evidently don't take kindly to having the "bluff throw V if such be the case. "Soxle" Lyons Is still 'numbered among the missing. Cndoulitedly polo will not' last In New Haven If many morn matches of the nature of last night's game are served nut. It certainly Is handing out a "raw. deal" when It Is neee. sary for a home team to plan against one of their own men. There Is an ancient fable that team managers shall be fined $10 and for feit, the game. This rule has practi cally become a dead letter, but It certainly Is up to some promising league, magnate to get husy and have the rule enforced as it should be. MTTON Af fKPTS 1I VLLr.M.F.. New York, Pec. 21. George Sutton has accepted the challenge of George F. Slosson to play billiards for tho cham pionship of the world at 1VI balk line. The game will be played on Tuesday, January 2U. at Madison Scpiare Garden concert hall. . I I ZZZZZZZZH ,! I DRIVES FOR TIE C1ICE.; W"H"f"H'H''M-'W As a Christmas Store for Nice Gifts Washburn & Co. Stands Out Beyond All Others. f'ANCV SOAP TRIPLICATE MIRRORS PI I'E BOXES ATOMIZERS SACHET BGS HAIR Bit! SUES HANP MIHRORK OPERA CLASSES EYE GLASSES REAPING GLASSES LORGNETTES (IT GLASS BOTTLES HI'TTOV HOOKS WRITING SETS FENWAY' CANDY PER EI 'ME VI VILLE HEM M ELL LI M BERG'S lU'DMTS to (TO ij. i : TV,', J iti?ii)(;i;r)HT wins. j Prl'euK New Britain S in I "Ilonr j lug Bed" Bortv IMsabled. ; Bridgeport, lire. 21. Bridgeport, do ; fruted New Britain hciv to-night, S to I. Between pri'lods, while some of tin i players were aimlessly driving the bar, 1 about the rink, the missile struck Hei' j erre Horty in Ibr face, hrcuklng Ills jaw and knocking out two te.eths, Tin: line-up; ! Bridgeport. Now Britain Lewis DiiRga.it First Rush. Roberts Harkliih Second Bush, , ('ana van Jean ( 'enter. (,'iirrip.an Holderness Halfback. Harper Pence final. Rushes, Lewis 7, Pnggan 5; stops. Harper 4", Pence r.O; loins, Carrlgan, Lewis; referees, Rorty and RogiTS. Ill MP1IH1KK IX i IN. Warner was the star In last nighl's amateur game between the Hum phrles and West Sides In which the latter were trimmed by a score of fl -1. By winning the game the Humphries again aildid another victory to their lonjT string while the losing sldfl still ritiialns untouched. The score follows; . Humphries. Yos Sides. Warner Brar e i First Bush. ! Harris Bode Second Bush. j (.'on King Center. Morrissey Riley Halfback. Pupree Smithlo'k final. nrst Period. Won by. Caged by. Time. Humphries Warner 2:2 Humphries Cne lfl.00 Second Period. H liinphrles Warner 1(1:12 1 1 liinphrles. . . , Warner 3:10 Third Period. Humphries Warner 1:1! Humphries Coo 8:07 Humphries Warner pr.fi West Sides King :H Humphries Warner :20 Humphries Harris 3;iiil LYONS! NOT Yi:T. RrT ROOV? Crnrli Halfback Signed by Mclilhrny for Providence Still 1lslng. Providence, B. L, Pec. 2 1 .--Clin rlcs J. Lyons, known In polo as "Soxcy." famous as a halfback, and last Si a- j son's particular shining light with j New Britain, will not wear a Provi- i donee uniform right away, at bast. When It was announced at Inf.m- j try hall that Mck .vier.ilvray had .se cured "Soxev" for Providence every body who ever saw at read about. :i polo game threw up their hats and rooted for nothing less ta.in this year's pennant for MoGiivrny's men. But "Soxoy" failed to nhow up lat Thursday night for the New Haven game. Tho announcer at Infantry hall kindly told the crowd, however, tiiat the greatest of all hnlfhacks wa.s on the way. When the other clubs In the league heard that "Soxey" was coming to this city they all got frightened. And the fans In PantuoK v.tarted to hang the crepr In American hall. But it looks now as if they purchased the funereal gauze for another town not far away from the Tigers' lair. This city l.s disappointed. Manager McGllvray is vexed, and all the ladies who see the game In Infantry hall think it Is real mean that Mr. "Soxey" will not come, TOILET ARTICLES This storcV assortments of Toilet Articles N trry complete, which Insures easy selections and perfect sat Isfiirtloii In quality, style and price. TOILET SETS ('OMRS AND MIRRORS M AN ICI'RE SETS (Separate and in sets) NAIL BRI SHES FILES RI1TERK WHISK BROOMS, Medical & Scientific Sundries For pli.vHiciaus. nurses and Invalids there Is scope: for grateful, kindly remembrances, Including Office Cab inets, Operating Chairs, Operating Tables, Rolling; Chairs. Head-ResfH, Red Trays, Water Unities. Air Pil lows, Pockel Stoves, Pocket Instrument ( uses. Medicine Cases, Handerette Tables, Drawing Instrument Cases, Weather Houses, Engineers' Levels, Transit Drawing Tables, etc., etc. CHRISTMAS CANDIES FENWAY CANDY 60c POUND. Fenway Candies are pure, wholesome, high-eliiss: made In (he cleanest and most hygienic "candy l.i(chen" in the country. Specially choice are Ihe Chocolates, All Nut, Boii-Rons and Cocktails. Candy put up In spisdal X nuts boxes and fancy baskets in all sl.es and styles. W I 'EXT BARGAIN BASKET Filled W ith Genuine Bargains. "MTKV" nUlN. If I7 f K. .1. ("Lucky") Baldwin, the fam ous turfman, who is critically III at his A mid lit lanrh In California. Is past eighty years of age. The ranch of "I,m ky" Ball win Is one of tho sights of southern California. It Ilea In the heart of the orange district, be tween Pasadena and Monrovia, about, twelve nillea from Los Angeles, and may be easily rearhed by railroad or by trolley from that city. The ranch originally comprised 2.", not) acres in tho most fertile and beautiful section of the S.in Gabriel valley, running up to the very hnse of the Sierra Madra mountains. TIKSPLTS AT T',MT:nY VILLFT. I'avorlles Pare Badly SO to 1 Shot Handled Wrll, Wins. Oakland, Cnl., Dec. 21.--At L'mer.v ville to-day the favorites fared badly. The longest priced winner of the after, noon was Kelownn, 30 to , well han dled by Gilbert In the third. Miss Mar, Jioid. the favorite, was badly outrun. Berry Maid was favorite In the fourth but Fpton grew overconlldenet and she was beaten by Voorhees. .lortoey Grot!) was suspended for Incompetency. Ho rode (Voan Shore which Interfered with Perry Maid. First race, six furlongs, ndllnar.-. Beauman, I in (Butler), 13 tn r, won; Apto nro, in?i s,.ovlliei, 4 tn t, second; The Vicar, 102 (P. H. King). 11 to 2. thlrn. Time, 1:H 21 5, Second race, futurity course, selling. - Tawasenthn, 11! (Hayes), n to 1, won; NiiHva Son, 110 (Peovllle), 3 to B, sec ond; Gene Russell, 12 (Miller), 23 to S. third. Time, 1 ; 1 1 . Third race, mile and a quarter Kelowna. lift (Gilbert). 3a to 1, won; Remember, 107 (Llcurgls). la to 1, sec ond; Fulletta, US (Taplln), 11 to R, third. Time, 2:07. Fourth rare. mile.. -Voorhoen. Kvi 1 Butler), 10 to 1. won; Berry Maid, nr. (T'Plon), H to 10. second; Creation, 9( (Taplln), 13 to 2. third. Time, 1;4ft. Firth race, mile, selling, paraclneq ca, 112 (Miller), 11 to won; Standover, 111 (Mentry), to 1, second; Forerun ner, ill (Lygurcns), to 1, third. Time, 1:42 1-B. Six race, five furlongs, selling .... Here after, P17 (K. .Sullivan). S to R, won; Bosanio, fw (Huxtonl, 12 to 1, second; Belle Kinney, 112 (Mentry), 10 to 1, third. Time, i;00 14 GIFTS FOR GENTLEMEN. VVhnt In give "hhn" is not a perplexing question II you come to WA.NlllU'RN'S. An Inspection will con vince jou. CIGAR CASES CIGARETTE CASES MATCH BOXES III MIDORS POCKET FLASKS DRINKING ( I PS SHOE HORN'S BI ITON HOOKS I'OCN'TAIN PEN'S MELD GLASSES BOND BOXES OPERA GLASSES EVE GLASSES LORGNETTES MICROSCOPES COMPASSES AITO GOGGLES THERMOS GILLETTE Elc. Games and Game Outfits. Always acceptable as gifts, always a need to a great, ninny. We are shotting a fine assortment of all kinds of game outfits: Five Hundred, BrMge Whist, Duplicate Whist Sets, in Leather Cases, Chess Sets, Checkers, Doiuinos, Crlh luige, Playing Curds, in all styles. $1.0(1 BARGAIN' BASKET Filled With Genuine Bargains, LOCALS TRIMMED BY BROOKLYMS Eastern Leaguers Lose Eighl Out of Fourteen Games, Only Winning Two Men Event. CAPTURE ONE IN FIVE-MEN Brooklyn Takes Odd (Jiinic In Inciting .Mulch Loctifs All I Col I ell Hartley High Throe Siring Horn. (Special (11 (be .loiirniil-Cniirler, I Brooklyn, N. Y Pec. 21.- The local KliBterh league Irani proved altogether ton hard for tho Npv Haven team here this evening and carried off eight of the fourteen games, taking two in the five and three men events, three In the Individual and one In the two men. Tho visitors rolled well hut It always appeared as If the home team suc ceeded In winning Jus; "by a nose." Tim Ave men event In which the homo team took two games was really a heart-breaker for the New Haven quintet for they out totalled the local boys In total pins fallen by 110. The first game was won by Brooklyn with 21 pins to fpure while tho third event the same with a margin of 2S. in the second however the local boys fell down and the visitors rolling In steady form had no tronhle In capturing It with a margin of "9 pins. Otto Huber of the visitors was high roller with Bill but Plnsmore, the local man wim hut one pin behind him. Hu ber also was high single with 231. The score follows: New Haven. . Collett 1SI 205 Hartley 213 IIS Mason 1(13 175 Huber 193 231 Johnson 210 100 fiR2 P9 : Brooklyn. IVihlnson 179 14 Glensman 192 172 Heuer 195 179 Plnsmore 215 207 Nelson 2"2 15 983 R90 159 545 197 192- Ji6- 837 sic 6S6 906-2836 168- 509 195 569 193- 567 193- 815 168- 6f6 9332728 In the Individual event Johnny Nel son of the home team had but little trouble In capturing three, games. The fourth game which was the closest of the series was won ,by Johnson with but three pins to spare. The score, follows; , - New Haven. Johnson .1 48 21 1,179 228 1 87 931 Nelson ..1 89 1 92 222 223 1801006 Th two-men match was the only one In which the visitors succeeded In taking the odd game and then al most captured the third game, finally losing It, however, by one pin. Hart ley nf the visitors certainly rolled hla "head off" In this match and succeed ed In capturing the high three atrlng total of tho evening with n score of 655. His high single of 259 was high for the match. Collett also rolled well. The scores follow; .Vow Haven, Hartley 1 95 259 201 65R Collett 2.00 206 202 60S 395 465 403 -1263 AITO BASKETS FOl'NTAIX PEN RAZORS RAZORS IN SETS RAZOR STROPS SHAVING SETS SHAVING MIRRORS NAIL BRISHES NAIL FILES whisk brooms desk sets w ritinc, sets pedometers barometers thermometers pocket knives scissors TOl RIST (iOCKS BOTTLES and CASES SAFETY RAZORS 61 CENTER ST Brook Ijn. Glensiiian 1X2 211 210-- (101! 171 .10 4 1(14 5 T ! 3;.:t 4flS 401116,1 Nelson . . The three men event was really pro ductive of sonic of the fastest and must exciting bowling ever seen on the local alleys. Thr scores especial ly those of the home tea in, were I ho highest that local devotees of I ho sport hao ever seen In a match of Ills kind. The high three string totals of the three home players W'cl'o all well over the six century mark and hut. for the falling off by Collett every one of the conlostnnls would have passed the six hundred mark. The first game was the only one, thn visitors could rupture. In the event, the st'orrs of which follow; Xcvv Haven. Hartley , . . . , ill 2 I 'i 20H- 633 Collett 107 m 17:1 521 Johnson .... 208 247 1!) 64l fS5 1.4 4 B70 1S00 Brooklyn. Glensman ... 1 80 2iS9 IS" 630 lienor 1 92 258 1 97 647 Nelson 193 206 2110 629 565 733 6041902 BLUE GOWN'S WIN' TWO. Paolas. Floyd 153 2D4 202- 559 Brown IIS 134 195 442 Payne 151 114 120- 315 Caffney 1.V) 192 163 - 507 Shumway 163 16:1 163 49 730 807 845-22S2 Blue (towns. Grlesing 117 216 156 519 Raley K!4 161 164- 402 Karcher , 155 155 155 465 Kimball 147 147 J47 441 Carr 173, 172 1T2 515 755 884 7042433 EASY BASKETBALL. West fin von Boys Fall Before- Huskier Naval Reserves. There waa a practise game of bas ketball at tho Second Regiment arm ory last evening when tho Naval Re serves played the team of hoys from Christ church, West Haven. The hoys lacked sureness and were pretty well snowed under by the Reserves, although they put up a very plucky and creditable game. The Reserves will meet the strong f'arletons on the armory floor next Monday evening, when a hot and fast game I expected. YALE ANT PRINCETON- WIS. Bulldog and Tiger Prove Winners In First Round of Chens Tournament. New York, Dec. 21. Tale and Prince ton proved the winners over harvard and Columbia, tn the first round of the 17th annual Intercollegiate chess tour nament begun here to-day. In enh In stance the winning scores wore 2 1-2 games to 1 1-2. The defeat of H. Blum berg, of Columbia, who had a record of eight victories out of nine games played In three tournaments, by L. W. Stephens, of Princeton, was the sensa tion of the day. This victory at the top of the board decided the tsmie In favor of Princeton. The three remain ing games of this match were all drawn. . BOLTS OF THE YVF.F.K. To-night. Tommy Murphy vs. Charley Griffin, Bill McKlnnon vs. 1ary Conley, Ar mory A. A. Jimmy Rrltt vs. Johnny Somers, London. Taul More vs. Frank Klaus, Pitts burg. W rdncsdny. Young O'ljeary vs. Johnny Poly, Nov Y'ork. Thursday. Tommy Carey vs. Harry Stone, Har rlsburg, Pa. Friday. Pick Nelson vs. Jim Bonner, Law rence, Saturday. Tommy Rurns vs. Jack Johnson, Sydney, Australia. WITH THE BOWLERS Neither the Nutmegs nor the State league teams have home games .sched uled for this evening, and it conies rather hard seeing as both are tied with Hartford in the two different league) for leadership. Games scheduled In the state league are: New Haven at Bridgeport. Meriden at Waterhury, Hartford at Bristol, In the Nutmeg league the following Is the schedule: New Haven at Stamford. Hartford at New Britain, Walllngford at Waterhury. Mlddletown at Bridgeport. From present Indications there will be a large gathering of prominent bowling officials In Baltimore1 on Jan uary 12 In order to assist Ihe Monu mental City In booming Its campaign for the 1910 N. Fl. A. Tournament. An all-star team will be taken down by William Cordc.s from New Hruns vvlck, and the team will Include John ny Voorheiu and Jimmy Smith. The handicap tournament at tho V. .M; R. C. alleys Is certainly looking up some. .Already 'a half hundred bowlers have annoiinrud tln-lr Inten tion of Joining. ..All entrance fees fop the Journal Courler Individual championship tour na.meiit must be In by 2:30 o'clock to morrow afternoon, al. which time the tournament, hoard meets at the Acad emy alleys. It certainly was hard luck to drop two games in the big event at Brook lyn last night. Nevertheless there's plenty of time left yet. THE POLO AYERAGE Lincoln Leads Rushers, War ner Coming1 in Third Sin jj ton Takes a Drop in Slopping Drives. The close of tho tenth week of tin National Polo league shows thn Nov Rrltaln team lending In tho tea.ii standing, bill il also flnds Llncoh leading In tiin number nf rushes ta.l en. lie has a good start over "Tod1 Low l.s of the Hrldgrport. team In thl respect, while Frank Warner, the lo cal star. Is In third position. "Jig ger" Hlgsltia has possession of th fourth position, while "Dutch" Schlf; for, also of the locals, nas a larg number to his credit. In the matter of caging goals "Ted Lewis, the Teddy Bear star, has fliv position all his own, with a. total e 113 to his credit. Schiffer leads th local team In driving the hall by th guardians nf the cage, hut ho has t split honors with "Phil", Jason fo'J lll'lh place. Rone has just one mot goal to his credit than Warner, whll Sutton appears to be the only cng tender In the league who has one t his credit. Bonnon sllll leads the goaltendoi with a safe average of .905. rein- Is eighteen points behind him, whll Mallory Is twenty. "Kid" Rutherlan the recent addition to the Worcesh quintet, Is showing up well. The averages follow; ( Rushes Taken. Lincoln, 272; Lewis, 258; Warnei 209; Wiggins, 205; Jason, 205; Curtl'S 203; Puggan, 196; Schiffer, 129; Cun ningham, 128; McCarthy, 84; Thomp son, 66; Rone, 32; Pierce, 4; Morcei 2; McGilvrny, 1; O'Hara, 1; Robert 1. Goals Scored. Lewis, 113; Rart, 99; Thompson, 94 Roberts, 83; Schiffer, 78; Jason, 7 Lincoln, 76; Bone, 73; Warner, 7 Hlgglns, 72; Duggan, 70; Harklns, 87; Pierce, 67; Mercer, 85; Curtis, 65 Cunningham, 62; McGllvray. 61; M'' C'arthy, 51; Jean, 39; Farrell, 37 Hardy, 33; Menard, 27; Wiley. 2" Coggeshall. 20; Canavan, 18; Mllle. 17; Cameron, 14; Mansfield, II Fancy, 9; Doherty, 4; Griffith, 4; Ho' dornoss, 4; Gardner, 3; Carrlgan, 3' Sutton, 1; 0'!Hara. 1. Goal Tends' Averages. Stopped. Missed, p.' Bannon 1.580 163 .90 Pence 1.292 1 64 .88 Mallory 1,363 178 .8s Sutherland .... . 307 41 .88 Harper 1.514 203 .8S Sutton 1.272 176 .87 Cushman .... 1,330 1 99 . .87 Cusiek 1.338 219 .85 AITO CU B MEETS TO-NIGHT. The meeting of the Automobil club of New Haven, which was t have boon held last evening, will b held to-night. A mistake was mad In the announcement of the meeting ENTEjJBVITS. HYPliUMON THEATEI ChrlntinBs llolldnr Attraction, Frlrin n" it Saturday, ne, sn, zn. matinkb Saturday Frederic Thompson Presents MAURI, TI.IKF.nnO. In the Distinctively American Pis 'Piilly of the Circus," by Margar Mayo, with the Origins! New Vov Cajtt ami same niagnllleent proriticin One Year at Mliertr Theater, N. Prices: Mat., 25c. to tl; eve., 25c. $150. Seat sale Wednesday. Carrlag 1 it :30. ' GRAND OPERA HOUSE TtMAS WKEK. I MONDAY, TDF;SDAY, WEDNtfDA "Billy ihe Kid Regular Prices. Mat, Wednesda'ir, THI'RS., XMAR DAY, SAT. THR SANTA CLAPS .SHCW. "It's Never too Late to Mend." Rdiita Clans Mat. 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