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-- vsVJ' V 14 THE SUN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1919. , Notable Gathering Attends Final Session of Garden Horse Show HORSE SHOW EPS I BLAZE OF GLORY Gordon Pnckctl at Final Session of Most Successful Exhibi- tion Staffed in Decade. CBOWN NEW CHAMPIONS tineas Chief Takes Two Titles Among- - Thoroughbreds Big\ Pnrso for Salvation Army. By IIKXIIY V. KING. The moat successful horse show held In this country In more than n decade camo to a closo last night at Madison Square Garden. As a result of It the Salvation Army will be richer by nearly 't hundred thousand dollars. Although the returns will not be known for sev- eral weeks the directors of the National Horse Show Association declared that It will exceed the war gifts In 1917 and 111,8 when the lied Cross nnd the Unltfd War Work campaign profited hand-nome- ly and that If the exhibitors are as generous as In former years and turn in their prize moneys the amount will reach six figures. It was Championship Day and to see the different beauties crowned large crowds were present at all three ses- sions. At night the big building was racked. Among those present were more than five hundred members of the United States Chamber of Commerce, the.'New York Chamber of Commerce nnd the Merchants Association. With them were a dozen foreign del- egates to the International Trade Con- ference, which was held last month at a Atlantic City. These foreigners repre- - Fcmea ureal uriiam, rrunce, uuiy uuu Belgium. They visited the Garden to study the different types of horses and to decide upon the best breeds to take to .the devastated countries to carry on reconstruction work. Soon after the foreign delegates were seated the Salvation Army band made ' an unexpected trl.i Into the ring. It played all the ahled national anthems. After each a round of cheers rent the sir. After this surprise the delegates and other spectators turned their attention to the horses. Ev Wins Championship, The first class decided was a cham- pionship for harness horses H.2 and not exceeding 15.2. This went to Miss Isa- bella Wanamake'r'8 famous chestnut mare Eve. William H. Moore's Cyrano was reserve. Eve Is a new title holder, for last year the crown was won by Mr. Moore's Whitehall Ariel. A few minutes later Mls3 Wanamakcr won another championship. This tlmo It was In the titular event for harness pairs 14.2 and not over 15.2. Eve, paired with her more famed stable mate Netherhall's Pride, was the winner. Mr. Moore's Seaton Cyrano and Raeburn were reserve. In the championship for harness horses 15.2 Mr. Moore scored with Rux-lo- n, which earned the title last year. His Mlcah was reserve. Mr. Moore made It a double at the session In the championship for harness pairs 15.2 with Bountiful nnd Mlcah. Hunters In Illngr. Then camo the championship events t for'bunters. Although Isaac H. Clothier, Jr.'s King Daly did not score In the pre- liminaries ho competed and was awarded the title in the heavyweight class. Cragwood, belonging to Col. Cox, was reserve. The event for lightweights was a stir- ring one, and after long deliberation the judges ylaced the crown on Charles D. Lanier's Down East, which was ridden by Becky Lanier. Lleut.-Co- l. II. C. Cox's shot was awarded the reserve rib- bon. So evenly were Down East and Shot matched that to decide the winner It was necessary for Frank A. Bonsai, the Judge, to try out each horse himself. Mr. Moore carried off the bulk of hon- ors it the show. His beauties won twenty-seve- n blue ribbons. Ennlsclare Farms, owned by Lleut.-Co- l. Herbert C. Cox of Ontario, was second on the winning list With Mrs. Frank P. Garvan third. Others who won several blues were Miss Wanamakcr, John R. Thompson, Peter Hauck, Jr., J. Macy Wlllets and Miss Janice Liggett. Two classes for thoroughbred stallions opened the day. John E. Madden, mas- ter of Hamburg Place and one of the best known oxperts on thoroughbreds In America, was the judge. One class was for those suited for Improving the breed of horses In general and the other for Improving the breed of race horses. To the surprise of all the spectators Mr. J'adden awarded premier honors in both classes to the same horse. On Uncas Chief, a twelve year old son of Ben Btrflme and PaBslon Flower, owned by J. Macy Wlllets of New Marlboro, Mass., he bestowed both blues. In the utility class he gave the red to Elllsdale, belonging to Harry W. Knights of Littleton, Mass. ; the yellow i to Oyama of Troop K, New York State Guards, and the white to Mrs. F. I. Van der Beck's Imported chestnut Allu-mou- r, which was bred at Clarence H. Mackay's French stud farm. In the racehorses' class Allumour was second to Uncas Chief. For the third time during the show VfR. Brown's Arabians mado a clean! sweep. His beautiful and far famed marea took all of the prices In a class for Arabians. Tho winner was his hand- some gray Gaemure, which carried oft premier honors on Thursday. Second prize went to his bay mare Ramla, while his' Gulnare was third and his Noam fourth. Title for White Sox. After Hugh Wilson had ridden the Ennlsclare Farm's bay gelding Garry- - to a hollow victory In the class ?wen horses suitable to become heavy- weight hunters, and noted professional rider went forth and won the champion- ship for horses suitable to become hunters with the Ennlsclare Farm's gray gelding- White Sox. In this titular event Gafryowcn wa9 reserve. William H. Moore, driving his beauti- ful trio of harness horses. Lady Bounti ful, Buxton and Mlcah, won the cup \presented by Prescott Lawrence with- - j out' a struggle. Although he had no j opponents, Mr. Moore sent his famous t trI6 over the course with great care and j skill and earned npplause from the spectators. . The championship for ponies In single harness was won by the Hamilton Farms' famous hackney Hamilton Fltme. which won tho title two years ago. Miss Janice Llggett's Kulangi-wa- s reserve. A few minutes later Hamilton Flame teitmed with Hamilton Dlnntlitu came back and won the championship for pah-- u of ponies. The reserve In this c'..w went to Ml- - Llcs'trs Fulantre and ti!gora, with Mrs. Joseph S. Sylvester of Boston on the reins. Fulange and Fulgora won the title last year They wero In excellent condition yeMerday. but a majority 0f experts nsreed with lm' ?,,,ha.1 name and Hamilton were their superiors. for roadsters In slnelo harness wont to Ebony King, a black j stallion owned by John It. Thompson of , Chicago. The bay stallion Suldlne bc- - I longing to Robert E. Moreland of Lex , Ington, Ky., was reserve. Mrs. F, P. Garvan'a chestnut mare . Chestnut Blossom won the champion ship In the class for ponies under sad- - die. Cuddles, a chestnut maro owned by Mrs. Frank B. Hopewell of Newton, Mass., was reserve -- Chestnut Blossom Is tho pony Mrs. Garvan bought a year ngo from Churles E. Coxo of Willow-broo- k Farm for 85,000. Mr. Garvan became Impressed with tho pony when she saw him carry off a blue at the Devon, Pa., Show, Mr. Moore \tooled\ his bay hackneys, Lord Seaton, a former harness cham- pion, and Lord Buxton In mastcily style nnd won tho blue In the class for tan- - 1 dems exceeding 15.1 Inch. MIS3 Elco-nor- a R. Sears of Boston jsent In Mary Marlborough and Mathlas Pick 'Em Up. land gained second place, whllo third prize went to Rnln and Rainbow, owned by Joseph Wlescnfeld of Baltimore. Twelvo appeared in 4,ho class for thoroughbred saddle horses, the blue being taken by Harvey 3. Ladew's chestnut mare. Lending Lady, ridden by Godfrey Preece, Jr. It was on the ad-vl- of Preece, Sr., who had seen Lead- ing Lady racing In Havana for H. F. Whitney that Mr, Ladew bought the mare for n saddle horse. Only two appeared for the Sands Point challenge cup for hackneys, over 14.2 hands In harness, the winner being Mr. Moore's Bountiful, with George Chlpchase driving. Franklin B. Jour-dan- 's Irvlngton Garrymedc was reserve. PRO GOLFERS PLAN NEW TITLE EVENT Meet Monday to Discuss Prop- osition of L. I. Championship. The professional golfers, more par- ticularly those of the local sector, are already laying plans for a highly active season next year. In addition to the es- tablished events already on the calen- dar two more events have been proposed and will no doubt be brought Into reali- zation. They aro a Long Island open championship and a tournament for as- sistant professionals and caddie masters who are affiliated with the Professional Golfers' Association. For an informal discussion of these two propositions a luncheon has been planned for Monday at 1 :30 o'clock at tho McAlpIn Hotel. Alex Plrle, secre- tary of tho association, states that a number of local members of the organi- zation have announced their Intention of attending and that he expects and urges all members who can to bo pres- ent. The Long Island championship was broached during tho latter part of the last season but rather too late for any action. Such an event should prove highly Interesting. With the numerous clubs on the Island are quite a corps of well known pros. The list includes George McLean of Great Neck, Willie MacFarlane, Port Washington; Gcorgo Fotherlngham. Glen Coie; Alex Plrle, North Shoro; Herbert Strong, Engin- eers' ; Jimmy Maiden, Nassau : Jack Williams, Piping Rock; Jimmy West, Rockaway Hunt; James Crossan, Whcatley Hills; Charlie Thorn, Shlnne-coc- k Hills; Frank Belwood. Garden City ; Frank McNamara, Cherry Valley ; Irving Stringer, Ocean; Joe Sylvester, St Albans, and others. In addition to the professional talent there are several fine nmateur golfers on tho Island who will be eligible. COLUMBIA FROSH WINS FROM N. Y. V. Pullyn's Runs Help Blue and White Win, 20 to 0. New York University's freshman foot- ball team met a tartar In the Columbia University yearlings yesterday afternoon on Ohio Field and succumbed to an un- expected defeat by a score of 20 to 0. The Violet cubs played ragged football throughout the game and at no time had a look In against the better conditioned Blue and White players. Columbia won largely through its ability to selzo opportunities. The first score was garnered on a blocked kick and recovery of the pigskin by Mulligan. Pullyn, the alert fullback, chalked up the ether two, one on a recovered fumble iind run of seventy yards and the other on an intercepted forward pass and run of thirty-fiv- e yards. Bates, the Violet captain, was the Individual star of tho game. He was In every play and ac- counted for most of his team's gains. N. Y. U. Fresh. (0). Columbia Fresh. (20). Throop Left end Russel Moberg Left tackle Mulligan Robertson Left guard Walder Snyder Centre Wacker Edgar Right guard Lorell Hill Right tackle Meyer Stanard Right end Jennings Dates Quarterback Norrls Mitchell Left halfback Durtt Lynch Right halfback . ...Blundell Kelser Fullback Pullyn Touchdowns Pullyn 2, Mulligan. Goals from touchdowns Blundell 2. Substitu- tions N. y. U., Leahey for Dates, for Stanard, Hates for Callaway, Pollock for Kill; for Columbia, Smith for Jennings. Referee Ed Thorpe, Do La Solle. Umpire Mr. Coryoll. University of Pennsylvania. Head linesman Mr. San-gre- Haverford. Tlmo of quarters Thir- teen minutes each. MORNING. Class 1 Thoroughbred stallions: First, Uncas Chief, b. s.. owner, Cassllls Farm; second, Elllsdale, blk. s.. owner, Harry W. Knight: third, Oyama, b. s., owner. Troop K, N. Y. Elate Troopers; fourth, Allumour. b. g., owner,.Mra. F. I. Van der Beck. Class 2 Thoroughbred stallions, suitable to sire race horses: First. Uncaa Chlof, b. s., owner. Cassllls Farm; second, Allumour. b. ., owner, Mrs. F. I. Van der Beck. Class 46 Arabian breed mares, under saddle: First, (la!eure, gr, m., owner, W. R. Broun: second, Ramla, b. m., owner, W. n. Brown; third. Oulnare, gr. m., owner, W. Jl. Urown; fourth, Neam, ch. m., owner, W. R. Brown. Class 134 Horse suitable for heavy weight hunters: First, Garryowen, b. g owner, Ennlsclare Farm. Class 137 Championship for horses suit- able to become hunters: First, Gray Socks, gr. g., owner. Ennlsclare Farm; second, Garryowen, b. g., owner, Ennlsclare Farm. Class 38 Championship for Pony stal- lions: .First. Irvlngton Autocrat, Peter llauch, Jr.: second, Melbourne Tatter, Delchester Farm. AFTERNOON. Class 97 Collert'on of three harness horses: First. William H. Moore's team, Mlcah. Ruzton and Lady Bountiful. Class 107 Championship for harness ponies: First, Hamilton Flame, b. g., owner, Mrs. F. P. Garvan; second, Fulange, b. !., owner. Miss Janice Liggett. Class 58 Championship for roadsters and trotters: First, Ebony King, blk. a., owner, John II. Thompson: second: b. s., owner. Robert R. Moreland. Class 108 Championship for harness pony pairs: Flr.it, Hamilton Dlanthus, li. g.. and Hamilton Flame, b. g., owner, Mrs. F. P. Garvan; second. Fulgora, b. m., nnd Fulange, b. m.. owner. Miss Janice Liggett. Class 121 Thoroughbred siddto horses: First, Leading Lady, eh. m.. owner, Har- vey H. Ladew; second. Dr. Russell, ch. g owner. Frank Donovan; third, iinrcerer II.. ch. g.. owner, H. .1. Graham: fourth. Phrannel. ch. g.. owner, V.\. C. Kekerson Class 170 -- Harnejs hirkneys, over 14.2 hands: First. Ilovitlfu'. b. ni.. owner, William H. Moore; second. Irvlngton riarrmede, rh. ., or.ner. Franklin B. Jourdan. . ('lies 130 Championship for saddle porles: Firs. Ciirstrut IJ'nssnn. ch. m. Mrs. F. P. Gar nn. second. Cuddles, ell. m.. owner. Mr. Trunk II. Hopewell. (\.-- mm (. T: - Am . . ,. I I I - Urst. I.ird Seaton. b. g., anil Lord lltmon. b. b., owner. William II. Moore; second, Mary Marlborough b. m., and Mathln 7 O'DOWD PROVES S Middleweight Champion De- feats St. Paul Phantom in Ton Bound Bout. St. Paul, Minn., Nov, 21, In a slash- ing ten round bout here Mike Gibbons, the phantom boxer of this city, wna outpointed by Mike O'Dowd. mid dleweight champion of the world. The margin of victory was wide, the aggres siveness of tho tltleholder carrying Gib bons off his feet. O'Dowd's best round was the fifth, In which he brought the blood from Glb- - bons's temple with a series or heavy rights and staggered him with a sharp left hook to the Jaw. Olbbons's vaunted cleverness had no effect on O'Dowd, who bored In with bull terrier persistence and let loose blows that shook the Phantom from htad to heel. In tho eighth round O'Dowd hammered Gibbons all over the ring and threat- ened the Ghost with a knockout, but he managed to weather the storm. O'Dowd also gave Gibbons a trouncing in the ninth session, the champion grow ing stronger each round, and sending homo damaging punches to the body and Jaw. The fight by rounds: Round One Tho men rushed to a clinch nnd Gibbons forced O'Dowd to the ropes. O'Dowd landed right and left to the body. Gibbons made no effort to box the champion, but stood toe to toe and slugged. Gibbons made O'Dowd miss and landed several blows In return, It was a tame round, with honors even. Round Two O'Dowd drove two rights to tho Jaw, and Gibbons responded with a light right cross, O Dowd was cautioned for hitting in clinches. Gibbons began to box tho champion and O'Dowd missed again and again. Gibbons landed right and left to the Jaw nnd his speed puzzled O'Dowd. Glbbons s round. Round Threfe Gibbons landed a left to the Jaw' and O'Dowd missed one. Gibbons landed the first hard blow, a right to the kidneys. O'Dowd began to break ground, but Gibbons outboxed him. O Dowd landed a right on Gibbons s eye. Gibbons began to bleed and O'Dowd drove rights and lefts to the body. Gib- bons landed a hard right cross on O Dowd a chin. Round even. Round Four Gibbons bored In and seemingly made no effort to dodgo O Dowds swings. In an effort to get close to his opponent, O'Dowd swung a dozen times nnd landed twice. They traded swings to the body. O'Dowd again opened the cut over Glbbons's left eye. O'Dowd landed a stiff right to tho Jaw, Gibbons responding with a right uppercut to the Jaw. Glbbons's round. Round Five Ulbbons landed right and left to the Jaw and O'Dowd missed. O'Dowd drove a terrific right to Glb- bons's eye which staggered the phantom. O'Dowd landed a straight left to the head and drove Gibbons to the ropes. Gibbons was bleeding badly. O'Dowd drove Gibbons Into the tatter's corner. O'Dowd was outfighting Gibbons. O'Dowd's round. Round Six Both fighters took things raFy at the start. Gibbons landed a right uppercut to the Jaw and they clinched. O'Dowd began to miss gain. Gibbons begnn to outbox the champion. For the first time during tho fight Gib- bons was applauded for his clever foot work. Glbbons's round. Round Seven O'Dowd began to rough It, and Gibbons kept away from swings. Gibbons stopped O'Dowd'o rush with a left to the Jiw. Gibbons landed on O'Dowd's neck. O'Dowd landed a left to Glbbons's ear and Gibbons went to the ropes. They clinched. O'Dowd's round. Round Eight Glbbons's eye bothered htm considerably. Gibbons hooked a right to the Jaw. O'Dowd landed two lefts to the Jaw. O'Dowd landed two more light blows. O'Dowd sink his left Into Glbbons's stomach. Gibbons landed a right squarely on the Jaw. O'Dowd battered Gibbons In a- neutral corner. O'Dowd's round. Round Nine Gibbons began to force the fighting, but O'Dowd again opened Glbbons's left eye and sent Mike to the ropes. O'Dowd kept on top of Gibbons and kept the Phantom busy. O'Dowd crashed a right to Glbbons's jaw. At this stage of tho battle O'Dowd had a slight lead. They traded wallops. O'Dowd landed two straight lefts. O'Dowd's round. Round Ten They shook hands for the final round. Gibbons hooked a left to the Jaw. Gibbons again beat O'Dowd to the punch. O'Dowd spit blood ns ho backed into Glbbons's corner. O'Dowd missed two blows to the body. Gibbons pummelled O'Dowd's stomach. The men seemed tired and clinched. Gibbons landed a left to the Jaw. Tho men were fighting viciously when the final bell rang. O'Dowd's round. M'MAIMAM MMDS TOUIlJf BY. M. T. MoJIalmam went Into the lead in the Brooklyn Dllllard Academy's 18:2 tournament last night when he defeated Charles T. Matthews by 180 tn 156. Pick 'Em Lp, b. g., owner, Miss Eleonora R. Sears; third. Rain, ch. g., and Rainbow, ch. m.. owner, Joseph Wlesenfeld. Class i;3 Championship for saddle horses, over K.I and not over 15.2 hands: First. Twilight Hour. blk. g., owner, Hugh Bryson Wick; second, Allah, ch. g.. owner Miss Clara . Peck. Class 124 Championship for saddle horses, omr 15.2 hands: First. Bohemian Actress, b. m.. owner. Charles W. Leonard; second. Donnyacona, blk. g owner. The Misses Field. Class 183 Qualified thoroughbred hunt- ers, ridden by ladles: First. Ondremon. ch. g., owner. Mies Carol Smith; second. Matt R., b. g., owner, Ennlsclare Farms. Class 159 Grafton broad Jump: First, Flying Mercury, br. m., owner. Llsut-Co- l. Jack Olffard; second, Ondremon, ch. g., owner. Miss Carol Smith; third, Cragwood, ch. g owner, Ennlsclare Farms. NIGHT. Class 84 Championship for harness horses, ovft K.I and not over 15.2 hands: First, Eve, ch. m.. owner. Miss Isabella Wanamakcr; second, Boston Cyrano b. g owner, William II. Moore. Class 33 Championship for harness horses, over 15.2 hands: First, Ruxton. b. g.. owner, William II. Moore: second, Mlcah, b. g owner, William H. Moore. Class 92 Pony four In hands: First. Mrs. F. P. Garvan's four in hand; second. Hamilton Farm's four In hand. Class (4 Six horse draft teams, shown to wagon: First. Wilson\ & Co.: second. Union Stock Yard and Transit Company. Class 88 ChamnlonshlD harness nalr. 14.2 and not exceeding 15.1 hands, James, McLean Cupt First. Netherhlll'a Pride and Eve; owner. Miss Isabella Wana-- ! maker. Philadelphia; reserve. Boston uyrano, d. g., ana ltaesurn. owner, Will-Ur- n It. Moore, city. Class 87 Championship, harness pairs. over 16.1 hands: First. Hountlful, b. m . and Mlcah, b. p.. owner, William H. Moore, ctty. I Class 141 Hun' Wah teams: Flr. En.' nlsrlare Farms: second, Ennlsclire Farms; third, Foxcatcher Farms; fourth, Farms. Cists for heavy uelirht liiiiil.r.l Vint ,rinir nt.. ... nnner. Issac II. Clothier, Jr.; second. The Whip, b. jr.. owner, Ennlsclare Farms. , Class ISO Championship Mr middle- - i weight hunters: First, Arblte, br. g. owner, Constance Xauc'.iln; second. Crngwnod. ch. g.. owner. Ennlsclare Farms. irs inampionsnip lor lightweight Ihun era: First, uown .asi. cn. arner. Becky Lanier; second. Shot. b. r . swn.r I EonUclare Farm, t k How Ribbons Were Awarded in Final Day's Competition in Garden Horse Show Sul- dlne. Waterbury' s Nightstick Disappoints Supporters First Choice in Fourth Race Gold Tom the Special Dttvatch to The Sc.v. Baltimore, Md., Nov. 21. Dame for- tune alternately frowned and smiled on the turf speculations of \Larry\ Water-bur- y, the notod pololst, at the Bowie , track His horso, Nightstick, first choice In the fourth race, easily jwas beaten nnd finished third. Then camo the change for the better. Tom McTaggart mado good In part at least for the defeat of Nightstick by easily winning the Premier Purse, distance one mile, in a gallop. It was the fourth con- secutive victory Tor the brown son of Chuctanunda and the third straight triumph for him In the seven days of racing at the Bowie track. Ills record Sere Is equalled only by Ophelia. ; Tom McTaggart and Nightstick car-- 1 rled big commissions. If the stable bet an equal amount ca each horse then the lofw was 70 cents on each $2 placed on Tom McTaggart. Reports say that the stablo bet a larger amount on Tom McTaggart, as there was moro confidence In his ability to win, not only because of his high class form at tho present time, but because I he Is a more rollable horse than Nlght- - stick. If these reports aro correct, and I they emanated from a trustworthy source, then the day was a perfect one In a financial way for Watcrbury. Ultra Gold easily captured the fourth race, with Sister Emblem In front of Nightstick. As the race was run It practically was a gift for Ultra Gold. Nevertheless the backers of Nightstick wero not satisfied with his position at the finish. Enror rode him in a manner that aroused a storm of criticism. From the start until tho homestretch Ensor I j HOWIE ItACKTUACK , Nov. SI. IIP.ST RACE Six fnrloncs. For v4ssij dutta. Owner. W. V, Horse. Wt. PP. St. Pocatello .... 113 4 14 Dorll Vat.,.. 115 4 Moroni 113 5 3V4 Franc Tlreur . US i 4 s Anzac 115 9 6 I.uclc May ... li: 1 .1 I.lterty oirl. IK 6 S Ollrc James.. 112 9 Liquid Fire lis 7 \LCUDlfll Two dollsr mutucls paid: Tocatello, 17.50, Moidnl. 13. .13 show. at Bowie Beaten by Ultra McTaggart Takes Premier Purse. THE SUN'S RACING CHART. Pocatello held opposition safe throughout. Devil Dor finished fast through ,trotch easily disposing of Moroni. Latter moved up tj the winner at stretih turn, neakened In run Dome and dolnit his bett to oumav Frsnc Tlreur, who finished resolutely Ltuie..\i-uul- t as im.sl. Anssc off poorly. Seratehed-fsqu- lre Chsille, ilocasiee and First Consul .,;r-- L. - V; I'rel: Mlncy Stsble; :, J. Arthur; 4, G. K. Hall; 3, 11. Farr: 6. W Murray; 7, II. II. Sommer; . Sylvester Stable; S, .0rU1 Shore Stable. SECOND ItACE-- SIt and a lulf furloajs. For ton Wiuninr Wtteh. Owner and trainer. Horse wt. pp. St. l tt Betslnda lOf.i, 8 6 : Pirate McOee.... lit 4 11 8 8' First Consul 113 8 2 6' 4 Northern Itfllt... It3 1 3 112 tEastern Olow... 103 8 4 6 Le Bleuet 1M It 7 I Oplea Girl 10 9 5 4 7 Sllei II HI 7 30 0 tl'eather 103 7 10 12 12 Itockaree ma 10 8 9 11 10 Major Flik 103 12 1 3 3 11 Punctual 115 S IS 11 10 12 Field. rChoos Somm entry. . H Fin. i\i i 3t : 4\ 3' 4 6 6 C 6 S 7 9 8 7 9 10 11 12 Two dollar tnutuels paid: Betslnds, 1S3.M, J2S.70, JS.90; Pirate McGee KM it- - Pint Conul, $8.20. ' ltetslnds, after following the psre to the stretch, came awsy iery easily In the stretch rLc cfif0 h\'ie lolT nd tlosed a Mr gap on own courage. First Consul had a f!ufh 1 !,nl,n'1 r\- - 'trongly. Northern llelle quit to nothlnj In the stretch. Major FUk showed a Hash of speed. Orerwelzht-Sll- ex II., 3; Rockaree. 1; First Consul, 5; Betslnda. Di: Oirden Girl 1 Winner entered for J600; no bid. ' ' Owners 1, W. Fenwlck; 2, M. F. Folev; 3. 0. Yzqulerdo; 4. J. A. Shay 3 o Chooi- - S.V&Lt.hViWiii'' R- - \ Soramtr: '\-\'i THIRD RACE-Se- ven fourlonzs. For Maidens. Purse. II 130 51 Off l:3o. Time. 1:2S Start good. Won easily. Place same. Winner, ch e bv Aeri ...... wmici, Horse, Wt. PP. St. Uncle John 114 6 3 5' 4'4 Duke John Ill 4 4 1 IV, 1 Sir Grafton 9 8 71 i The Dauphin J 5 Tom Fool 10 6 4 Rlnkarous 7 Challenie ! 7 Mistake 9 S Kcho B 10 9 Mayor House. 11 10 Pride of India, 2 Field. 01 E 5. W. D. Babcock; 6. A. Parsons: 7. W. 1. Horse. Wt. PP. St. '1 Ultra 120 3'Vi l\ 1 Sister Emb em 112 I'ts 2' Nightstick 120 7 4' Hlndoostan Ill 4 Murphy.... 115 1 102 6 Onlco 107 $ BasUlns Ill 10 Sincerity 112 s Ahara 113 9 10 10 Mutuel field he run St. r. 6 8. ft3 1:4! Won handily. L. Wt. IT. St. U '.4 Ti Tom McTargsrt.. 1M 3 l' Kashmir 1004 4 3 2' 192 24 74 S' War 1 1 4 4 4 Turf 100 2 6 3 Ivry .'.. 1004 J 6 \ i 6. uh. time, i;,5i-o- . oy peep o- - Horse. Wt. PP. St. 4 i ?i 102 14 Broom 113 3 3'4 1 2 lit 4' 4\ S Lord 107 8 Buckboard ... 108 4 Highland 101 . Ben Hampsnn. 11c HarwocKl II... 111 5 She 107 I Coupled. paid $3. all. $1.30. forced the nace and hunr nn a Purse, $1,130.61. OIL 4:t$. 1:69 o. or nciie nara. 111. i si. 110 44 1 Umbala 10 7 64 34 12 i' 24 Ill 1 I 3 102 100 8 10 10 112 4 7 8 Yell 9 9 1 9 .. 1M i 10 110 2 10 It 11 110 1 2 12 Two 1, o. e. 9 i .1... 7 ii i ir' j was busy pulling up Nightstick. The horso wna caught a pocket as soon as ho lett tho barrier. Consequently he never had a chanco to lila best despite tho fact that he was to ,race. Ultra won the raco by six lengths. visitors were greeted a hot tip ns soon ns entered the gates. \Pocatello can't the first raco ccpt through an accident,\ was what tho paddock experts handed \Ho will take the lead at tho start and ho will win by any distance Ensor de- cides Is suitable.\ The men of tho pad- dock proved to bo true turf prophets. Pocatello won nnd won easily by three lengths. Tho surprising part was In the amount he paid, 2ij to 1. Pocatello Is. by Mohawk 1I ono of Mr. Sanford's stallions. Tho surprise the meeting camo In tho second race, Betslndn win- ning and paying Jf5 for 12. This castofT of the John Sanford string was com pletely overlooked the betting. Tho entered in the rnce had never displayed half the speed she has shown on several occasions. To pay more than 31 to 1 under tho circum stances how quickly racegoers If It Is not up to date. The race wan notnble as the race, Uncle John finishing front by four lengths, with Duke John second three lengths In of Sir Grafton. It also was notable for the passing out of trqinjng of that rank counterfeit. Pride of India, tho $20,000 lemon. He was racing easily In second place turning for homo, with Duke John the leader and Undo John moving up from tho rear. Weather elenri track Tune, $1,130.60. Off, 1 :34. Fumy, 'umiri, ui. c, uj jiouanK Ai. tarn- - Fin. Jockey. -- Fjuiv. Odds 1 L. Knsor $3.61) i'\s 1. nice 4.50 31 - J. Hodrliruei. 5.53 ltl-- S 4 J. llutivell.... 10.10 44 6 3 O. Falrbrother 2.40 .1 (;. 22.9.\ 11 7 M. ItoTsn . . 30 03 1121-- 2ff.l 1 9 5 II. Htmilton. 36.03 S II, Myer Ei.SO 437-- S0-- Jt.JO. Devil Dor, $3 place, J3.C0 show; Selling. 11 l'o 51 riff Vi. FEXW1CK. FnnlT. nit J. Rodriguez. .13L53 H. Myers 2.33 47.20 J. Ilotwell 9.S5 2.1 \l.ln 1.. r.nsor 2.73 - 1 : H. Hamilton.. 7.20 1 A. nirhcreek.. 7.33 '2-- A. Collins.... 64.45 1289-3- ) 201 101 It. Simpson.... 64.45 at. ltowan 7.70 A. Johnson... 55.13 11M 20 20-- s'-- t F. Welner 49.83 W-- l l 11. Corey 13.10 0 M . nuuj.. trainer. i JockpT. Eriuir Odds JMi 1 A. Johnson.... 9.53 570 2\ H. Thurber.... 6.70 Ji st T. 9.53 3M (.1 4 M. Rowan :a-- t ! J. Butwcll 11.41 41 2 I 6 W. Obert 2:0.30 :to:-i- so-- i 40-- 7 .1. McTarsr.irt. 1;::, 8 R. McCrnnn... H.S0 6 t 9 II. Hamilton.. 1 , ,3'M 10 Connors.. . CO 615 3 201 Pulled up L. Ensor. 1.30 L. Thornby; S, 6. W. Foreman- - 's V D Fin. Jockev. Equiv. Odd 1 J. W. O'Brien. $10) M 7.2i) 2'H F. Welner .:. lM J\ L. Ensor. ,73 4 J. Butwell.... M.M 118-- - 1 A. Collins.... 31.33 l A. Rlchcreek.. 118 10 iki.ia ini 20-- 1 H. Myers 12.10 12M0 T. Rice 1S.SS 1 J37.30 3373-1- 10O-- t 60-- S. Sneldeman.. SJ.J3 ssmo. Winner 11. oy crmcti- - Trainer. F. Kraft. Fin. Jockey. -- Equlr OcU- -, 14 L. Ensor $ . 2 T. 7.30 3 R. MoCrann.. 3!C- -, 4 C. II. Miller.. 11.10 HMO 3.1 j.; 5 J MrCabe.... 4U.1 S97.20 1M 6 H. Myers. 4U3 79-- !M Kashmir. $2.30. $2.50; aian goou. vron tlrlvlng. easilr Owner. R. T. NICKERSON. Trainer. J. Fin. Jockey. Equiv. Odds 14 14 II. Hamilton.... $1.60 :o J. Butwell 2.00 1 3 Walls ll.M IMt) 4 I.. Morris 8 50 13-- 5 5 R. McCrann.... 26.S3 20 7- - 1 H. Thurber 1163 1 7 Rodriguez... .103.60 607-- 5 15-- 8 W. Obcrt 28 J5 W. Borgawski.37.5 237-- M-- l 32.70, $2.40; Broom Peddler. $3.10, $:.0; Crump- - belter than usual In th. tr.i.h .i... start good. Won eaily. drivinr. uwner and trainer. II. E, CHAPMAN. rm. JOCKey. Eauiv Odds 1'4 A.Johnson. $2 r, ll.M n.in 2' W. Obert 13.10 131.1(1 Tl.M ia?,i 3\ J. Connors 0.80 264-- 20-- 4 H. Hamilton.... 3.60 F. 4 33 0 M M. Anderson... 31.90 10-- J. McTaggart.. S.W J. Butwell 7.C3 0 2d M A. Collins 22.45 419-- R. Mcfrann.... 22.13 J. Rodriguez... 22.4\. D. Stirling . 22.43 in 1: sua tr.v. n.w . j . . , .. C.V... - t f..j.. i r m n i .\'.ru\ mnn. i. v,aniu; Two mutuels paid: Uncle John, 121.10, j;.70, U0; Duke John 83 .....,, sir Gralton (field), 13.80 Uncle John, never far from the n.w. came nwnv verr in ..,.k n..,.. John 'lopDed in the last furlong after makln? all the pare. Sir Grafton doed some rrouno. inuia looneu a ure winner tnree lurlonjs from home when he propped and quit Utterly, being pulled up by F.nsor. Owners I. Sunnveirfo Stable: 2. \r Znllimffer- - 5 W V Wii.n. i ir 11 a W. Aitnouse; 10, irs. it. uuroy; 11, it. .. l'orter. FOURTH RACE-S- ix furlongs. For s and upward. Clalminr Pur. $1.110 51. Off, 3:14. Time. 1:14 Start good. Won easily. Place same Wiune- -' eh. r. by Golden Msxlm-Ultim- atc. Owner. MRS. R. A. SMITH. Trainer. R. a! Gold S Joseph P. Little Maudie In In In Jockey. Two dollar mutuels paid: Ultra Gold. JS. $4, $170; Emblem (field). $14 ' 10 ' $3.30. Ultra Gold saved ground on the stretch turn and carro away easily at end Sister ' Emblem on well niter the pace. Nightstick was taken into various pockets in the early runnim- - wenkly handled, came tn outside In stretch vid closed with belated null. Illndoostsn and Joseph P. Murphy displayed much early sneed but weakened In Overweight-Ult- ra Gold. 6: Hlndoostan. 3 ScTttcheji Litholick. Quentln. Mackenzie. Low Tide. Lady Ivan, Madamo Byng, Balaroia Uncle's Lassie, Cobalt L. Back Biy. Owners-- 1. Mrs. R. A. Smith: 2. G. W. .1. Bissell: J. L. Waterbury; 1. Peters- - J G. Bussey; Mrs. J. Arthur: 7. Mrs. T Francis; 8, J. J. Hallenbeck; 9 E.'t Zolllco'ier-10- , E. FIFTH RACE-T- ho Premier Purse. Ore mile. For all ares. Purse. $1.330 31 Off Time. Start good nunda ToDlasb. Owner. WATERBURY. Horse. V. IVi 14 3\ War Smoke J\1 Zone 10 ehow with loso out. third front fust. Corey J3.60; Purse. uraven. Rice 13.10 Place Rice ll.M Place dollar Sister hum home. Two dollar mutuels paid: Tom McTujrart. $3 30, $3.30. $2.91 War Smoke. $3.10. Tom McTatrart. easily best, raced War Smoke into submission, withstood Ksshmir's challenre in final eighth and drew away handily when urged toward the end. Kashmir lost ground roundinr final turn. War Smoke had no mishaps. War Zone lacked speed Turf under stout early restraint failed to respond when called upon. Ivry always out- paced. Overweight Turf. 3; Kashmir. S4: I'ry, 14. Scratched War Machine. Sinn Feiner Ballet Dancer II., Knot. Peregrine. Plt-- y L- - FQKlW' \ J- - J' 'I\tntek; 3. O. Yzqulerdo: 4. R. T. Nickerson; 5. T. D. Weir; C. P. Winfrey. SIXTH RACE One mile and twenty yards. For s and upward. Claiming .rurse, .i.ia'.ji. Winner, or. c. Hewitt. U Daydue 14 f P'Jdler.., Crumnsall 41 Herbert.. 8 Lad. 7 7 8 Devil Two dollar mutuels Daydue, Daydue all Gold they that biggest Fin. and. Sweeney. Broom Peddler made determined bid at the head of the stretch, but weakened in the final furlong. Crumpsall always had the foot of the others, but could not imnrovs his position. Lord Herbert, badlv outrun to the stretch, closed big tbd Hirhland Lad stopped badly. Scratched-Bolst- er. Raconteuse. Owners-- 1. R. T. Nickerson: 2. J. W. Bean: 3. Dosorla Stable: 4, Mrs. Francis-5- . K. Bryson; 8. E. T. Zolllcoffer: 7. J.J. Fahey; I, E. C. Griffith; 9. B, Murray. SEVENTH RACE One mile and furlonr. For s and unward. Clalminr Tlmo, mnner. g. xiannocKoum Horse. r. 01. i e, Bogart Si I' 4' Dalrose 107 Hlckorynut Balafre 101 Padua Fountain Fay 8 Melancholia 12 7 Virginia 110 Mother-in-La- II 3 8 Indiscreet II It I'orln 12 U 12 Mutuel field. dollar mutuels paid: Bnrart. 17.G0.13 speed eager ex of shows Time. 4' 5) J. 1J3 d. 2' O. J. 9 Place li in- - 1'mluli . forcin a T E. 9 S 8 3 7 7 - S 0 7 $ 9 10 H 2 Borart moved up with a rush while rnnn.tinr .ireteh mm nn.i hM 'i,nn.in.', thereafter. Lmbala nrd'hed resolutely In stretch run and Djlrose. Tetter showed good effort, nicknrynut csme an near end. l.e . litre weakened badly In run home after keen Mrly sreed Scralched-Ba- by - ttr. Arbitrator. Bajazet. uwners unanman i ii ni\i o Early forget \form\ \John\ Maidens. 0 .j j, 5- - Thurber - Welner -- l ia .. 9 a 7 I 9 \howlnt ; ROD AND GUN NEWS V I1IQH TV ATE II FOR LOCAL ANOI.BR8 FOR THE WEEK END. Bandy Hook Princess Jamaica Day Governors nillets New (Tho llorsthoe) Hay (Canai-sle- ) Island., ''hH 'f?Q?.n Date. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. P.M. A.M. November 23.. 7;0t 7:34 7:14 7:31) 7:54 8:J9 7:40 S:04 10:31 1139 8:45 ):17 November23.. 7:47 8:14 7:53 8:10 8:23 8:59 8:U bi3) 11:22 11:5 024 0:57 Cholera Ilnnki Yield lllg Cod Cuteh. In THE SUM vftsterilnv Cunt. Jnko Mar tin of the steamer Rvalyn of Sheepshead Hay made the statement that on the first fair, clear day ho would try fishing at tho Cholera banks for cod. Up to the present the grounds have been unflshed this season. Yesterday's clear weather resulted In Mart n maklnir tho tr n. Thirty two fishermen caught 396 cod, In addition to pollock, blacklist! and fluke. The heaviest cod welshed 36 pounds and wits taken by r. Tommlla of 308 East 109th street. This lish won a nool of 18.23, In addition to the prlzo cod Tommlla had Uvo other cod. Second , prlzo wont to Ous Cook, who won It with a pollock weighing 18 pounds. Cook and (leorge Fisher, angling together, caught 18 cod. Tito high hooka follow: Cus Wal and Itudolph Lewltus, 25 cod, 2 tdackflsh, 1 nuko; four members of the Hed Eye Fish- ing Club. 19 cod: Al Drcuer. 17 cod; H, Hcsser, 16 cod; II. L. Lily, 16 cod, and jerry :uanoney, 14 cod and 1 nunc. Ducks In tho Great South liny. Guy Davis of Seaford, I.. I says there are plenty ot uucKs in Great Koutn nay. j. Tanner or Urook yn bagged 19 Wednesday and this Is not above the average bags taken recently, according to Davis. Young Carman, the son of W. L. Car man of Freeport, has been getting good Dugs ot uuciia on several recent trips, Ho shoots In the creeks slightly to tho east of Freeport ilocks. The youngster iias a snacK out mere. Duck Shooting nt Saybrook. Low tide and storm and closing day, And sea gulls white against the gray Ot sullen cloud o'erhung the rim Of the horizon, daunt specters dim And rising fog from swamp and sedge Tho Incense of the river's edge, A stranded boat with larbonrd list And only tho rain and the mist. A reed bound covo. a soggy \blind\ Chlll'd through and wet but Its not to mind When you hear tho sound of whistling wings As out of the fog come rushing things, Droad bill ml black and whistler and teal, Then a grip on the trigger, a glance 'long tne t.fei. And a growing pile of empty shells While the. I)u font powder surplus swells. Oh! the hhowers ot shot that hurtl'd and hlsa'd, And only the rain and th mlss'd. .1. WA1UIEN' HARPER. Cod at Long lleach Grounds. Fortunately for the writer he was so unlucky at codflshing aboard the M. J. R, III. last Sunday Unit what at first ap- peared to bo misfortune was by the magic of Cnpt. Louis' Harms's eloquijnco trans- formed into a very pleasant occasion, for he started to talk about all the old bank boats In a way that Is his own, and all the writer had to do was to smoke and listen. Many cod were taken on the Long Reach grounds, but the fl?h are scattered over n wide area and drilling has to be BOWIE ENTRIES. First P.ace Solllnz: one mile; tAmerican Boy. Ill; Herd Girl, 10S; Oriental Park, 102; Itockaree, 93; tllrlght Gold. 103; C. 8. Grason. 103; Gain do Causo. 100; Weary, 110; Pirate McGee, 103; Primitive. 1. tW. . tasey entry. Second Race Prince George Junior Handi cap; ; seven furlongs: Carman- - dale, 126; (a)Kallipolls, 112; Mock Orange. 104: Rubidium. 93: Siren Maid. 116: King's Champion. 114; Herd Ulrl, 104; (a)Sandy Real, 115; Shillelagh II., 101; 'Smart Guy, 101. (a) Murray-Sliret- entry. Third Race The Oriole Handicap: all ages; six aud a half furlongs: Flags, 12S; Crsnk, 109; Rapid Day, 108; Old Rosebud, 122; Grimalkin, 109; Quietude. 101; Ophelia, 116; Salveatra, 108; Passing Shower, 102. Fourth Race The Capital City Handicap; all ages; mile: tltsllet Dancer II., 101; Slip- pery Kim, 109; Rapid Day, 106; Clean Gone, 101;' tOphella. 116; Crank, 109; Whims)-- , lot; Tetley, 93; Duchess I.sce. 109; Kashmir. 108; Fort Hlls. 103. s entrr. Fifth Race Claiming; all ages; mile: The Decision, 110; Whimsy, 111: Queen of the Sea. 107; 'War Machine, 103; Mint Cat. 112; Sinn Fclner, 103; St. Isidore. 107: 'Bolster. 103; Warsaw, 110; Sun Dial II., 108; Elected II., 102; -- The Desert. 103. Sixth Race Claiming ; and upward; mile and a sixteenth: Melorla, 113; Nebraka. 108; Virginia Yell, 103; Rockport, 10S; Golden Glow, 113; Refugee, 10S; Veto, 102; Comarho, 103; Ben Hampton 113; Blue Thistle, 108; Melancholia, 102. f Seventh Rsce Claiming; and upward; mile and a sixteenth; Capital City, 111: Indian Chant, 103; Arbitrator, 108; 99; Mackenzie, 113; Bsjazet. 103; Hope, 105: 'Edith Baunmnn, 105; Tit for Tat, 110; 10S; Fairy Prince, 102; .Caballo, 97. Apprentice allowance claimed. UTOMOBIL1 F.XCHANGE' mm Parknrd Touring Car Very Late Like New 1919 Cadillac Roadster, Like New \ 1M9 Peerless Chummy 4 Passenger 1919 Paige ( passenger Sport 1919 Chandler Sedan 7 Passenger 1919 Overland Sedan 1919 Esex Touring Car 1919 Chevrolet \490 Like Xew 1919 Maxwell Coupe, Nearly New 1918 Westcott Sedan 7 Passenger 1918 Mitchell Sedan. Like New 1918 Velle Sedan 6 Passenger ISIS Haynes 1 Passenger Sport 1918 Wlllys-Knlg- Touring 1918 Liberty Chummy 1918 Saxon Touring 1913 Oldsmoblle ''J\ Chummy 1918 Slarmon Chummy, Like New 1918 National Chummy, Like New 1918 Bulck 7 Passenger Touring 1918 Hudson Landau Runabout 1918 Dodge Coupe. Like Limousine, Used 4 Months. I.IMOrSINE BODY (Used on Hudson Car) Scarcclv d, without a spot or blemish Will tit standard chassis from 125 to 1J0 Inches. Can be seen day, evening or Sunday. BRIGHTON AUTO EXCHANGE, INC. 1071 to 1083 Atlantic Ave., Brooklyn. TRUCKS TRUCKS TRUCKS. SPECIAL FOR THIS WF.EIC ONLT. Rebuilt and Overhauled 3'i to 6 Vi ton PACKARD. riERCK ARROWS WHITE TRUCKS laiB-Js- i.urtivrt.. iciuu, OVER r,00 TO CHOOSR FROM. TRANSIT STORAGE WAREHOUSE, 0 Vnnderhllt Ave., Brooklyn. Telephone 2533 Prospect. INTER-CHANG- E YOUH FOKD From a pleasure car to a .delivery truck and in a minute back to a pleasure car Bruin. Great convenience. Call and eee demonstration. McCOItD .MTG. CO., 192B Broad nay. Col. 3729. 1919 Essex Touring, like new. 1913 Fierce IS demos. A 1 condition. 191S Bulck delivery wagon. AND MANY OTHER HIGH-GRAD- E CARS. We buy and sell Used Cars of tho better class. OTTO n. MOODY. 25t West 54th St. Circle 6(49. CHEVKOIiETS, NEW 1920 MODELS. Sedans, touring, coupes, rosdsters, delivery cars, ton trucks, tails, rssh or make your own terms; delivery ssme day; business strictly confidential: free tnitrnction. Authorized. CHEVROLET SALES A SERVICE. 331 East 119th St., near 3d Av. Melrose 10032. ROLLS ROYUE 1914 new Sedan. ROLLS ROVCE 1314 Cabriolet, reflnlshed. MERCEDES 1314 racer, reflnlshed run- about. No dealers. Phone 4000 Plaza. Room 2. DOES YOUR CAR NEED REPAIItINo? Wo will keep your car In dead storage dur-!- .. the winter months free on r.laranter, overhauling work. Tel. M. H. 8S6. Auto Ma chinists ungineem, inc., .uo-- u ti. J7in St. CADILLAC, TYPE 57, VICTORIA COUPE. CADILLAC, TYPC 67, TOWN LIMOUSINE. PIERCE. SERIES 3. LIMOUSINE, \Jl.\ rACKAUn AUTO EXCHANGE CO.. 10 West 0th St. Columbus 5071. WINTER noniEs. ,t' time to get your bodies for Cadtllaea Pierces, Ac: all late models; reasonable. VitlsKa. laz i.u\i. mom im.ui;. a Ton Pierce Arrow. White nr Iftrlr..i dump nt a bargain: wonderful .condition: new rubber: easy terms. 175 Vanderbllt Ave.. Brooklyn. HUDSON 191S Sedan, practically brand new; bargain pneo. icicpnona HANSEN. 297 Columbus. CADILLAC 191S Sedan, absolutely ner. feet condition; will sacrifice.. Telephone HANSEN. 297 Columbus. . . . . . auiwjiuiih.cs ior nrnxa storaga IS a I resorted to in order to get the best results. Some anglers .on the M. .1. R. HL two cod at a clip and others got more. .Some had flvo or alx. while others again could only capture ling and whiting, nut tho latter fully expect to make good next time. Hopo springs eternal In the human breast. ARTHUR THORNTON. Brooklyn, Nov. 21. New York Casting Club's Meet. Tho New York Casting Club had a perfect day for Its fourth meet of the season, which was held on the neiu i l'elham Bay Tark, The Bronx, lt am Many visitors wero highly entertained with Fred Berger'a airplane lead and John Shaw'a fine work, both of whom kept their reels doing a merry Jarz all noon. George Elder, II. Sladn, Fred Doer-llngc- r, J. Fernandex. Fred Bishop. Eddie Roach and many others also did lino work. Tho Long Island Casting Club was well represented. Every Sunday we will be casting trom 11 until 4 P. M. and every rood sportaman la welcome. E. R. PHILLIPS. Now York, Nov. 21. The First Principles of Conservation. vinTniiTi r,. Voir. !0. George Ken- - the opening of tho V bull y season ntn m alne, the seaaon remaining open the end of November. This means eW,( or hunting. Sunday being a rinse Tfie limit Is , I one bull moose nan, secretary of the Victoria Fisheries iPro- - tective Association, believes that Amerl- - cana and Canadians ahould understand thoroughly the first principle ot con.erva- - Hon. which is this: \Don't youraelf kill, and don't allow others to kill, more game and fish than tho existing Muck annually produces.\ It you do thera will certainly be a shortsce. even In your own lifetime and there will be none at all for your children.\ If a man wants to get on ln the world financially,\ says Mr. Kennan. \he doei not spend every year all of his Income and a part of hlscapltol. On the contrary, he aavea all ot his capital ana aa mucii o. aacerPt?n . produces annually a certain uiuuum - terest Indefinitely. If. on the other hand, he spends every year net only al of his Interest but a part of hla principal, ho steadily reduces tho amount of each 11U hla ultimate bankruptcy Is certain. in,,.,- - - ..... ..... 41.. .nlmnl nnd fish world as It la In the world of morey If you kill caribou and nalmon faster than they can reproduce themselves you ara bound, sooner or later, to have none at all. No prudent farmor or stock breeder acta In that way. If he wants to enlarge hi. h.rrt nr even maintain It he dooa not sell or slaughter without regard to the rflt. of Increase. ,1b sells or ICIHS porno but ho saves bulls and cowa enough to keep up nr enlarge the stock. \Every man would do the same thing with caribou and salmon If he wera tha sole owner of But there cornea the trouble. No one man or group of men owns tho wild animals nnd fish. They are supposed to belong to the public In gen- eral, and every Individual of that public hns tho m etnJten dea that ir ne Kins or catches all that he can he Is promoting his own Interests. But ho la not promot- ing his own Interests. He Is Injuring him self ns much as he Injures others. \The annual production of a hundred caribou or a thousand salmon Is a certain definite and fixed number, .If n slnjtle man or a hundred men comnotlng with one an other kill or catch more than that number they lessen the permanent supply ana tnus Injure themselves as well as everybody else. II tho existing stock Is not main tained If It Is allowed to decrease year after year It Is finally used up altogether and then everybody suffers. \ How History Repents Itself. 'It Is a nroverblal eayinr that 'You can't eat your cake and have It.' but ln the ani- mal world the cake gradually produces It- self and you can eat your cake and still have It It you don t eat too oiten and too much at a time. A century or two ago when fish and game were plentiful and the population was small the supply doubt- - ROD AND GUN. 390 COD CAUGHT FRIDAY. COD COD COD 7 A. IY1. Sails every day st 1 A. 11 EVELYN Sunday 0 A M., Sheepshead Cspt. J. MARTIN. VELOCITY Special Trip Sunday, 7 A. M. con row con. PLENTY OF LING, IIAKB A NO WHITING leaves Bay 44th St.. Gravesend JUDGE Bay, Sunday, 8 A. M. Capt. CHAS. ANDERSON. PARE SUP. INC. WAK TAX. SUN HAY A. M. CHOLERA HANKS OR LONO IIKACP sails dally exc. Mon. 7:10 A.. GIRALDA Martin Uros. Dock, aneeps-hea- d Day. Capt. D. MARTIN. FRIDAY, 3 MEN, 110 COD. CODFISHING. LONG BEACH OR CIIOLEBA BANKS SHAM ROC K ;'Dal,rPA,h mJ SAND AND BLOOD WORMS. Fishing tackle of every description. D. REINGOLD, 3 Eight Avenue S. W. Cor. 10th St. Telephone Chelsea 51,4. Flounders. Iliac kllsli and Crabs. Itoir-boa- ts neckdnjs, ftOc. Sundajs. 7Sc. Uall nlnuys on hand nt Do Conlnck's. THE HAUNT, JAMAICA BAY, Tel. 1200 Hummels. Trains stop In front of the place. KLONDIKE leaves Hudson Park, New Hochelle. Wed.. Thurs. and Sundays at 9 A. M. for flounders. Bring bait FLOUNBEItS FLKNTIFL'L, i?av,\ 4?e,v Rochellc. Hudson 7 .lark Tu\- - Thurs.. Sat.. 10 M.: Sun.. 9 A. M. Bring your bait for fishing up the Sound, leaves 138th St. at 7 A. M Clason Point 7:J0. Bring bait. Capt. LU.VDSTRUM. leaves Sundays foot or Wash- ington Gasoon St., Jersey City. 7 A. M.. nnd Pier l P n 7:30 A. M. Capt, R, O'BRIEN. GUS WALZ J.\0\'1 an,J sn1 Worms. rode. Split bamboo. Sinker molds for sale Repairing. 170 1st A v. Tel. Orch. 537! 2 P. m. SAT. 7 A. M. SUN. NEW YORKER '\Punne'.cl Paladin will make a special trip Sunday. 6 A. M from Siessenger'a Pier. Canar-sl- e. TI1EQ. FRITH. Seaweeds Sunday, from rimer Park Pier, 0 A. M. d Bay. at bulk- - wiogeoihs!? ,rth,sup' day. Children's 9 A. M. Christmas Fund. II. JENSEN. CODFISHING SUNOAY. MadelinaS.\?: CHOLERA BANKS SUNDAY, 0 A. M, Ctr I inffl leaves Canarsla dally, except vi\ jion. nna Frl. Fare 11.00. COD. HAKE AND WHITING. UriCM K- - 91,1 st- - Hun - 5 A- - M-- i 1'Ih St.. nLLtn s ji. Bait on board. Capt. BERG. RESOLUTE Ivs. Wreck FLOUNDERS. Lead Sun.. 5:2S & :04 trains. Capt. Herman. leaves Wreck Lead 5:20 GEI train Sunday In charge or Capt. D. Tupper. Murray. leaves Sheepshead Bay, Joe Pinkett Bulkhead Side. every Sunday, I A. M. nnnr n II leaves Canarsle, dally exc. niKst n. IK Mon and Kr- - 7 A. M. DicK and ERNST. FLOUNDERS are now runnli.g good at L. I. Make dates novr for duck grtnt' shooting. 4iUY DAVIS. Seaford. L. 1. Tomcods, Flounders. ELSIE, Clason Pt. Tues. Thura. Sun.. A. M. II. 7.UBU. STEEPLECHASE PIER Ung. Flounders and Blacklist! Now Running Flshln'al' nlghl Saturdays'. Open Sunday rlghtsuntn9 o clock. , TUnTTk Ivs- - Messenger i Pier. Canarsle. ZOHATA Sunday 7.30. Cayt A. McAoy I kiixivi s a. h. i uiu ANVVTL. Thnrdav and Sundays rnt.I'MIIIA nnd DORA It. will not sail on account of dciih In family. ! CRUSOE leaves Canarsle every tfun- - day geo KKinitiurjii . - . i ijia aeemeu inexnaust b e. But this world la Inexhaustible. n(,llllne In \The Coreans. three or four aa-o- . thmih ih. ...-- I. . cpntures moo0 ln them. exljauatlbie and cut tree, reck s.w\' t regard to the rate ot incrCa result I, that they now have 'vood nil and ara compelled to heat ih-i- rr and do their cooking with in.'., .u.\\ weeds and ma 11 bushes. \ fciTn'-.?- : ?A?fl tho but, bfred by the million and thoaVT thought the supply could n..., but they U ' are ,fL - Ull JfUUH. cm same la\ true of Efe \tly a. my M1 a over Ohio In that almost llterallv rt,W..'J. .\? antiV'n'bH &Jal,0fburMVuhot?S moVcVap'e XVnhY.,ihS Bw?.bw i\rl.t ,eV8.nt' lhouM? but they \. ' so far as i Whe'r? fV b.ecn \en ln 'he l. tin ,h\ W ?.hnr.Ln\t.-b.c?- n to camp o . Fen,\ K Ttha t . \A th. b.r. with tha fr..h \.;r:i.'. cvered When : w,nt thire iaa'two' or\ ago I tramped miles bar aouth of the lakes without \eefng be;ihk\l a Would nor niu. It oft moose he B\?rlbu? Would not the pVop\ off ir they J' Wll e Increase) of these could anlm.l, ' ?J \v!1 out reducing tho stock- -! 4 Ita Provide themselves with nicsV They have carelessly and recklessly \\th'lr own properly, If 0 the domestic cattle on tho w,B,i nVividu.i'h0 Public instead of a'f ,lf ''ad been killed off o the rate of Increase, a \\.\loose and caribou have been, tnoro wu'a now be none left, and every \'beef consumed in Capo BretoS Vu ?' 8\ . -- . JJAI.IlIf T. .A Season. Th this year pays $23 fw the Privilege of hunting moo.. othir . new laws regarding mooo contain the ,,. ?\ Il provisions: Requiring caraes \hlPPea to be tagged and to be .,, j panled and Identified by owner nt nln s itnlan-fn- l A .oil -i- ..- u st, pment out of tho State, providing a li shipping tag under which a resident ma transport moose to his home or to a hi. pltal In the Stato without ncron lanvlnt shipment; allowing to tr'jn-po- rt to his home under hunting llcens- and shipping coupons n bull moose lawful killed by him., Any number of men are In lh urwl., but It Is too early yet to know the lesa.i of tho day'a hunt. The Luck of Senslck Anglers, On the Uosabell, Capt. George V.Tsv of Wreck Lead the other day twenty-nin- e anglers caught 90 cod. A ground sie'.l made many seaside. I got one c d, of the seasick men caught from f to seven cod each. A fifteen pound f!i won first prize. JOSEPH RINDSKOHF Bronx, Nov. 21. It OI) AND GUN. COD CCD COD With a Hell flate Reel, a Genuine k-- ! Tnrpon IJiu- - nnd Real Ccd'Mi Hunks You'll Get 'Em iind Urine 'Ilm Heine, SAND WOI.MA SreaT: gjb f Ml or \S Aluml- - \f y0ui;a\; WHILE STOCK LASTS QQ 35 COD FISH RODS $2.00 UP U'Ji; CUITEEJC r'lihliiB Tackle Dept. LCWl I triO 551 .13 St., r. St. Anni At. CHOLERA BANKS LONG BEACH CODFISH, CODFISH 6 A.lW.Thurs. & Sat. Sunday 5 A.M. JOSEPHINE Leaves Dunne's Dock, Sheepshead Biy. Capt BERT, BATTERY LANDING con risiiiNo 7 a. m. SATURDAY AFT iH',IhWS CAI rftN'eave every Sun. 7 A M. Frs, rHLbUn Including ball, 12.00. LING, WHITING & HAKE Union Dry Dork. STANHOPE A M ''tl St Hnbuken. 7 A M Jersey City C. II R.. 7:30 A. M I'LENTV LING, WHITINO AND IIAKK leaves bunday l' r.r. ton St .lers ) M Jersey Central l er t ' Capt GfS Lnit'.RA H SILVER WAVE HOTEL Ro!boSts Launches. Bait for iU trolleys leav, Atlantic Ave. Sunday. K. C. GILDERSLEE VE. Tel. 70 Freepsefc DAILY 7 !15 CODFISHING. H 1 leaves Dunne's, Sheepshud l.inT IflD II Hay. dally excpt M nilsy. UdUlsJUtlt s \:1-- M. . Sunday A M. r Capt. ARCHIE Bf .v.N'ER. THURSDAYS, SATLIIDAYS ft SI. VI) IV?, Molro-'- s I. CommodoreSr, 'i e j and s t 11 train; Sun. t:05 train. Capt II it V Sj! COIirisII AND I.IM. tp. leaxes ii P lyn, sund.iy . A i Capt. CIS 'S3 WHITING LING II Ah ' eaves Stable s I . .I'sle. ANNAK A. M. Sunday Capt W Mi St'NDAV, 8 A. M. AFTERNOON FISHING ( V. U DIHV foot of Ocean 1 BANSHEE Hi.- Ling. ED. M' l ' LONG BEACH AND CIIOI.KItA HANKS. M I t9 III. . issssj x M Sleti l iheepshead Bay. Cart HAKU1 CODFISH AT 7:30. leaves dally s A M i B.c.y 7 A. M. Ir.n Mi 'h,i Bay. Capt. ANTON ' SUX SATURDAY 2 P. M. 1 M. Dally. 7 A M 8:n,1s'-Afri- t n I UK cpt. Michael. Sheeshf id Usf. ronnsii. 1 30 v v YANKEE DOODLE S A M I: J. 2 V M Si leaves WreJ; I eft i 6 II train dally ex fc 1 Fri . 6 o tr.Un Capf GEO. W W leaves Washington s Annie City. 7 A. M . C R it u A. M Capt LA A A LEAVES ! U. 1 SEA BIRD PIEK. St SI)A AS leaves Carina.. ALERT Lead, eeri train; Sjndaj, EDITH MJII. Fr!'v\cTth S Hi- - bsken, 1:13 A. M,: Battery. 7 A U SUNBAY, 7:30 A. Ai. ELM AR VrtsjJf SEAPIGE0N ifob'oc \frank Bauaaama, fsrmerly ot the MX- - '\ sllvr Wave. Freejort. Selnada ffi COD CHOLEKA nANKSCoj). nilllDl Dock. Sheepshead Bay AnftTTR A. 1 fl A.M. nJ R ,v a. s.s pi,,,-- . JJSO ltlt'ANl II I IMIISt. Ml K Wlilltns nnd l.'ng An- - r.e.miiii. Halt and Tack!- - 'K I'ai a I ELECTRA r' H LI NT A V.lll \1 STR. notice l r leaves Canarsle Djliy km Monday. I A. X.

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