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Special to The Inquirer. PRINCETON. N. J., Oct. 6. The Tigers defeated Lehigh, 12 to 5, in the second game of the season on Osborne Field this afternoon. The excessive beat cannot be offered aa a reasonable excuse for the five points that were rolled against the Orange and Black. That score resulted directly rom the most careless piece of playing that has been seen here Id many a day. In the second half Princeton had held solidly in the centre of the field and Lehigh was forced to punt. McCormick sent the pigskin high in toe air and Meier, although no one was within twenty feet of him, scarcely moved from his tracks. When be bad apparently decided that It would be advantageous for Princeton to secure the pigskin It was too late, for Gearbart bad tucked It under his arm qulcsly and was beating for a touchdown. This, however, is only a fair sample of the make-shift football that was played by Princeton during the entire game. There was practically no interference, while the linemen were not even fast enough to fill p the gaps between one another. When frequent fumbling is added to the other defects the showing was certainly not an encouraging one. The large amount of punting that was done on account of the heat undoubtedly prevented a larger score. Coach Okeson. of Lehigh, said 'that he considered the Tigers to be as strong as Pennsyl-vauia, although their interference was ,rr ragged and the line men slow. The line-np fol- Posltions. Lehigh. Left end Gearbart ....Left tackle. ......... .Peeples ....Left guard .....Begbam ...... OntD Ttiinvnivhn Dana...... Rlirht guard Bray McCord ..Right tackle Averv Little Right end...-. Donln Duncsn Quarter-back Whitehead Hodgman Left half-back .Fairbaueh S. SlcClave Right half-back Fuller Ma ttls Kull-nacit McCormick Halves 15 and 10 minutes. Umpire Charley Young. Princeton. Referee King. Princeton. Timekeeper George Goldie. Linesmen Princeton. Sheffield; Lehigh, Wood. Touchdowns Hodgman, Smith auu Gerhart. Goals from touchdowns Hodgman. Underbill. Substitutes Davis, for Little: Henry, for S. McClave; Brown, for Dana; Hale, for Brewster; Miller and Fisher, for Wright; Meier, for Duncan, and Smith and Morse, for Hougman; Underbill for Mattis; Sank, for Avery. low s: Princeton Roiier. Pell Wright lxwiey At Frankford West Philadelphia, 5: Oxford A. C. O. P. R. R. WINS FIRST GAME The P. R. R. Y. M. O. A. football team opened its sen son at the P. R. R. Y. M. C. A. alley College, winning by the score of 16 to O. THn Avv.mA K . .. M' . . 1 , 1 r. . line-up: Y. M. C. A. Positions. Lebanon V. C. Oves, Haves and Gillflllen Left end Over Mintzer Left tackle.. Rupp (Sehaffler) Common and HilrlAhnnil T tmmr.A u Harmer (Bartlett).. . . Centre . I " '. '. '. Miller Bower Right guard Yoho F. Sims and Garretgues Right tackle Root McFarland (Mace).. Right end Balsbaugh H. Schocnhut Quarter-back Fisher Morley, F. Sims Albright. Showers an 1 MaccrosRin. . .Left half-back . . .and Angle H. Sims, Bradley and K. Slma Rlvht ialf.Hav t?a., Thomas Full-back ......' aru Touchdowns H. Sims. F. Sims. from field H. Schoenhut. Goals from touchdown H Nchoenhnt- RfAM. 1 1 w i- . , r n H' mpirr J. n. Sims if. K. i?-,Y- i; c- A - Llnesmep Albright (Lebanon C. A.. Time 2t and 10-minute halves. COMING BOXING BOUTS An All-Star Program for the Penn Art Club To-morrow Night There Is no denying the excellence of tha card which Manager McCarthy has arranged ror to-morrow night s show at the Penn Art Club. Every bout is a wind-np in itself. The heaviest pair in the combination are Jimmy rionaier, or Newark, and Bill Hanrahan of New York. Handler has frequently appeared nere, ana has never railed to give satisfaction. Hanrahan is practically a newcomer, but his performances against some of the best boys in toe country will insure mm a warm welcome. Jack Bennett, an old local favorite, who has not appeared here for some time, will make his reappearance in a bout with Matty Mat- thews, the clever welter-weight. Owen Zieg ler, the former light-weight champion, will meet Isadore Strauss, who made such an im pressive showing against Young Maboney at the last meeting of this club. Tommy Felts will meet Sammy Smith in the opening pre liminary, it is an au-rigni diii irom end to end. Ellwood McCloskey. the "Old War Horse." and Lew Ryall. of Atlantic City, will meet In the wind-up at the Brodaway A. C. to-morrow night. In the semi-wind-up Howard Wilson, of Washington, meets Jack Reeder, of Chester. The preliminaries will be between Charles Len-ard, of Salisbury, and Dave Holly, of Wood-burv; Jack Rice, of Soutbwark. and Harry Perry, of Southwark: Young Garrit, of Point Breeze, and Jack Cummlngs. of Gennantown; Young Hughes and Kid Yeditto. PHILLIES THROW AWftY THE GAME They Make a Few Costly Errors and Do Some Foolish Base Running TOUCHED UP "IRON MAN" There Was Nothing Doing for the Locals Until the Seventh and Then Their Batting Was Timely Rank errors and foolish base running robbed the Phillies of the game with Brooklyn yesterday. It was in the second inning that the Phillies began to go wrong. Fraser made a wild throw to first on Kelly's hit. Cross, the next man up. hit to Dolan. He threw to Cross at second to catch Kelly, and would have done o had Cross held the ball. Dolan, however, threw away a chance to make a double play by not tagging Kelly out, which be could have easily done. A passed ball by McFarland advanced the runners a base, and singles by Daly and Farrell scored two runs. In the fifth the champions were presented with two runs. Kelly popped up a fly to Dolan, which he let fall back of second base. The Phillies did not get going until the seventh. A base on balls to McFarland, singles by Wolver-ton. Fraser and Thomas and a three-bagger by Dolan netted three runs. There was nothing doing in the eighth, but in the ninth Fraser was forced by Thomas, Single struck out and Roy was sent home by Flick's three-bagger. Elmer In turn was able to score on Chiles' bunt. Cross made several grand stand plays. The score: BROOKLYN. FERGUS IUIACKIE IS CHAMPION GOLFER He Wins the Enviable Title by Defeating A. J. P. Gallagher SIX UP AND FIVE TO PLAY Winner Showed Superior Steadiness, Both Players Are Affected by the Strain of Tournament Playing ab. r. bh. tb. sb. t. po. a. e. Jones, cf....6 0 1 1 0 0 o 0 0 Keeler, rf- & 0 3 3 0 1 2 1 O Sbeckard. cf..4 O 1 a O 0 1 0 0 Kelly, lb 6 a 2 2 0 0 10 1 O L. Cross, 3b. .3 31 1 U 0 1 0 Dablen. sa 5 2 3 4 0 0 '1 5 U Daly. 2b 3 1 4 6 O 0 0 Farrell, c .... 5 0 1 1 0 0 0 4 U McGinnlty, p. .6 0 1 1 0 0 0 '& U Totals 42 8 17 21 0 T 27 18 "o PHILADELPHIA, ab. r. bh. tb. sh. sb. po. a. e. Thomas, cf.. 412200310 Slagle, If.... 4 0 0 O 1 0 0 0 0 Flick, rf 4 2 3 0 0 5 0 O Chiles, lb... 5 0 2 2 0 0 10 1 0 McFarland. c..3 1 1 1 0 o 1 3 o Wolverton. 3b. 413300220 lolan. 2b. ..4 1 1 3002 1 1 M. Cross, 8S..4 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 1 Fraser, p.... 4 0 2 2 0 0 2 4 1 Totals 36 6 H 19 1 "o 27 15 1 Runs . . . Base hits Runs . . . Base bits 2 3 14 2 8 3 17 PHILADELPHIA. 0 0 0 1 0 0 3 0 1 2 0 2 0 1 4 1 BROOKLYN. O 2 O 1 3 0 0 0 0 2 2 4 2 2 1 1 Karned runs Brooklyn. 3: Philadelphia, a Two-base hits Dablen, Sheckard, Flick. Three-base hits Daly, Flick. Dolan. Left on bases Brooklyn, 8; Philadelphia 4. Struck out By McGlnnity, 3. Double plays Farrell to Cross; Kelley to Dahlen; Farrell to Daly. First base vl IT-0.1-K. lpf- 2. First base on called halls Off McGinnlty. 5; ff Fraser. 3. Passed balls Mcfrarland. 2. Muffed My ball Dolan. Dropned thrown ball Cross. Umpire Hurst. Time Two hours. Fourteen Men Couldn't Win PITTSBURG. Oct. 6. Fourteen men could not save the day for Pittsburg. S-ore: PITTSBURG. ST. LOUIS. r. n. o. a. e. I r h o a e Clarke. If 0 O 0 0 0 M'G'w. 3h O 1 1 a o i-ooie. ji u v z u z Burk't. If 0 1 Leach. If 0 Tanne'l. 0 Beau't. cf 1 Jlitch'v.2b 1 M'Cr'y. rf O 0 0 Heid k. cf 0 0 Dono'n. rf O n 2 lKruerer.2b 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 0 O 0 O Donlin. lb 0 1 10 0 0 13 2 0 0 0 0 0 4 8 27 8 1 O'B'n. lb 0 1 11 1 01 Oieer. Wil'ms.3b 112 2 1! Powell, yiiuaii'r.c. u x 15 z t Ely. ss.. O O 0 8 II Totals v agner." J O 0 o o Leever. p 0 0 0 3 2 Schrl'r, 0 0 0 0 0 Totals . 3 9 27 18 T Batted for Leach in ninth inning. oaum lor ciy iq ntnin inning. Batted for Leever in ninth lnnlnz Pittsburg O 1 0 O 2 0 O 0 03 St. Louis 00120100 04 Earned runs Pittsburg. 2. Two-base hits Kitcney. 0 xtnen. Donlin. Three-base hit Burkett Sacrifice hit Zimmer. Stolen bases Beaumont, Ritchey, Williams. McGraw. Don ovan, cnger. First base on halls Off Leever. off Powell, 2. Struck out By Leever. 4: by rowwi, 9. v 11a puce ijeever. xime 2h. 20m. i mpire swartwooa, Fergus M. Mackie, of the Philadelphia Cricket Club, wan the individual championship of the Golf As.soc!8tion of Philadelphia, over the course of the Philadelphia Cricket Club, at Wissahlckon Heights, yesterday. He defeated A. J. P. Gallagher, of the St. David's Golf Club, in the final round of 30 holes, match play, by 6 up and & to play. Conditions favored good golf, but neither man sustained the average of fast play made in the earlier stngi-a of the tournament. The strain affected both and this was particularly noticeable upon th greens. Both were oft in their putting, and although brilliant in the long game op several occasions, Gallagher was in the end beaten by his opponent's superior steadiness n this direction. The cards: Mackie 56556675 449 Uall&gher 66555685 652 Mackie 36554455 54291 Gallagher 3 7 5 5 5 5 6 5 5 46 b3 Mackie 65555365 6 46 Gallagher 65566463 445 Mackie 5 6 5 5 Gallagher 4 7 4 5 LEAD THE FIELD Darby and Crump Head the List in the Qualifying Round E. A. Darby and George A. Crump, two of the younger school of golfers who made such a brilliant showing in the local individual championship contest, led the field of golfers in the qualifying round for the President's Cup of the St. David's Golf Club, at St. David's, yesterday . The conditions of the cup, which is played for semi-annually, provide that It shall be won twice before becoming the permanent property of a player. Last autumn A. J. P. Gallagher won the trophy, and C. H. Stonffer won It this spring. In view f the fact that Gallagher was engaged in playing in the final round for the individual championship at Wissahlckon Heights the handicap committee of the club decided to permit him to qualify, and this left fifteen places to be played for at medal play yesterday, the makers f the best sixteen scores being entitled to continue at the subsequent match play rounds. The cards of those qualifying are subjoined: E. A. Darby 44 45 89 G. A. Crump 44 45 89 H. Wendell 44 48 82 J. K. Kane 49 45 94 ...47 48 95 45 51 96 50 46 06 47 50 97 49 50 99 52 47 99 51 53104 54 51 1(5 55 51 lOrt o. 53108 55 54109 The rnmla of thoae nor nil II fvi nc m r . fnl. lows: . lv. iougnerty. in; K. w . Martin, ill; L. D. Peterson. 115; II. C. Hunter. 115; Lewis Neilson. Ufi; Weston Hibbs, 116; H. B. Mont gomery, 122. Dr. J. T. Carpenter J. D. Rnsengarten, Jr, W. L. Moorehouse C. II. Stonffer A. M. Dallett I. X. De Haven .... W. W. Hancock W. S. Ellis J. B. Ladd T. W. Andrews G. W. Schultz Fierce Battle of Pitchers NEW YORK, Oct. 6. In a pitchers battle ITOX. I . XEW YORK, r. h. o. a. e.f r. h. o. a. e. 0 0 2 0 o V.H'en, cf O 0 10 0 n FREi Send Name and Address To-day You Can Have li Free and Be Strong and Vigorous for Life. INSURES LOVE AND A HAPPY HO LIE. New York beat Boston. The score: BOSTON. Etahl. rf Long, ss .O 1 1 3 OJS'bach 1 una, an 11 1 3 0 r'ney, lb 0 0 1 0 0 Duffy, cf 0 0 0 O 0 F'n. 0 0 5 0 0 Davis, ss .1 Barry. If O 2 6 0 1 M11W. 2b 1 Lowe. 2b 0 0 2 1 1 Grady, c .1 S ivan. c .O 0 2 2 0 Mercer, d 0 Mcnols. n 1 1 0 2 O xotais ...4 If 0 0 1 H'man, 3b 0 0 1 B'nard, rf 1 0 3 Doyle, lb 0 0 14 0 2 1 1 1 1 o o 0 1 0 o 1 1 3 0 4 1 1 0 2 0 5 1 4 24 14 4 11 Totals ..1 5 21 8 Boston 0 OOOOOO New York 0 2 0 0 0 1 1 First base on errors Boston, 4. Left on bass Boston. 5: New York, 2. First base on balls Off Nichols. 3; off Mercer, 2. Struck out By Nichols, 2; by Mercer, 1. Stolen bnses Davis. Mercer. Sacrifice hit Murphy. Double play Doyle, unassisted. Umpire Snyder. Time 1.45. Attendance 1800. Standing of the Clubs w. l. w. l. r.c. Brooklyn.. 81 52 . 609 Chl n. . . 63 70 .474 Pittsburg. 74 58 .56l St. Louis.. 62 73 .463 Phila'da.. 72 62 .5371 Cincinnati. 59 74 .444 Boston... 65 69 .485New York. 58 77 .43U Where They'll Play To-day Cincinnati at Chicago. Pittsburg at St. Louis. Burnett Was In Rare Form NORTH PHILA. r. h. o. a. e. McKie,2b 114 5 0 Eisenl' 0 1 O 0 0 Mills. 3b. 0 1 1 O 2 Drumm,rf 1 0 1 O O Picton. ss 0 1 1 5 1 Ochs. If.. 1 2 3 O 0 Robin'n.c 0 17 10 Slater, lb 0 1 10 0 0 Burnett.p 0 10 10 CARDIXGTOX. r. h. o. a. e. McLa'n. If O 1 1 0 0 ftuaoipn.lbo O10 Ogden, 3b O O 1 Guy, ss. ..001 Green, 2b. O 0 1 Mltchell.rf 0 0 O Dodds, c. . 0 0 7 McKen'a.D O 0 O 0 O 3 Q DAISIES WIN HALIFAX CTJP Germantown's Eleven Beats the Merions in Deciding Cricket Match After one of the most interesting of cricket seasons in Philadelphia the contest for the championship and the possession of the Hall-fax Cup was brought to a close yesterday at Manhetm, when Gennantown won a hotly contested match from Merlon and thereby became the possessors of the proud title of champion. Standing of the clubs follows: HALIFAX CUP. , W. L. P.C.I W. L. P C. Oermantown 16 9 .640 Belmont 9 7 .562 Merlon 10 7 .5881 Philadelphia 2 14 .125 The other matches yesterday resulted as follows: Philadelphia, 206: Rose Hill. 14. Sherwood. 97; Australian of P. D. C, 35. An Manheim. yesterday, the Halifax Cup contest was brought to a close with a deciding match between Germantown and Merlon, the two clubs which were tied for first place at the completion of the regular series. Both clubs placed a strong eleven in the field. The wicket was verv soft, and the bowlers bad matters pretty much their own way throughout, especially as the majority of the batsmen plaved with extreme care. Germsntown went first to bat and scored 88 runs. The Merion were rather too conservative with the hat and were all dismissed for 70. Thus Germnntown won by the small margin of nine runs. The score: GERMANTOWN. ... 0 ... 1 ...12 ... 3 ... 2 ... 0 ...12 ...32 ... 6 ...12 A. W. Jones, c. Evans, b. Morris... J. X. Henrv, c. Sayen. b. Morris W. W. N'nble, 1. b. w. Patton G. R. White, b. Morris R. D. Brown, c. sub. b. Morris P. II. Clark, c. Mulr. b. Patton J. E. C. Morton, c. Morlce, b. Patton... T. C. Jordan, not out J. P. Deacon, c. Shnrpless. b. Morris.... F. II. Bohlen, c. Muir. b. Morris F. A. Greene, b. Morris. . Wides 88 M. 4 2 W. 7 3 Totals.. 3 9 27 12 3 Totals... 0 124 11 3 North Phila O 0 O 2 1 0 0 0 x 3 Cardlngton 0 O 0 0 O 0 0 0 0 0 Melrose Surprises Tacony At TlCrtBT MELROSE. r. h. a. a. e B'ndt. ss O 1 2 3 1 watson, co 1 11 n gen. 29 u M'E'y, lb 1 W'ght. 3g 1 wutn, cr o S'mers, If 1 Dnwi. rf 1 S'hard, p 1 TACONY. r. b. o. a. e. A'ong. 3b 0 0 1 1 2 Mullin, ss O 0 0 6 1 Rose, 2b .1 1 6 0 0 Taylor. If 1 0 6 1 0 R'ble, lb .O 0 7 0 I F.Seed, cf 0 2 1 0 0 Miller, e .0 0 4 1 0 B.Seed, rf 0 0 1 0 0 P'cher, p 1 1 1 1 0 Totals ..6 7 27 11 2 Totals ..S 4 27 10 4 Melrose O 1 O o 1 2 o o 1 n lacony 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 03 Wissahlckon Downs East Falls At Wissahlckon: WISSAHICKON. I r. h. o. a.e.l Sch'ky. c 3 2 4 0 0! Konley. If 8 2 0 1 01 Loos. p.. 1 2 3 4 01 Kapp. ss-. 1 2 2 2 01 Connor.3b 1 4 1 1 II Jordan. 2b 2 2 0 1 01 John'n. rf 1 3 1 1 0 Beau' 2 2 12 0 Ol Ha' .2 3 1 O 01 Davis, p. 0 0 0 1 0 EAST King. cf. 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Manry went to pieces in the fourth inning: of a same here to-day. and before the smuke cleared an-av the locals had Delano smothered. The score: Mabanoy City. 2 2 0 14 1 3 2 1 227 22 6 Delano 0 11 13020 210 12 16 Batteries Daley and Trainer; Maury and Fur-lone. At Gloucester City: Westville-Newtooid 1 O 11 0 0 1 013" 8 Gaberty 0 O 0 0 1 1 02 5 3 Batteries Vocreding and Merrlon; Jenr "son and Kaln. At Lansdale. r. h. e. Lansdale ....5 0 2 0 0 9 6 0 x 22 23 2 North Wales.. 0002 0 1 2 0 O 5 10 10 ' Batteries Reynolds and Zepp; Hoover and Huhn. At Berwick: r. h. e. Berwick 7 13 4 Pottsvllle 5 9 2 Batteriea Smith and Chamberlain: Hall and Smith. Total BOWLING ANALYSIS. B R A. P. Morris 80 49 Patton 84 37 Patton bowled two wides. MERION. C. C. Morris, c. sub, b. Clark 8 F. C Sharpless, b ureene z S. W. Morris, c. Deacon, h. Greene 7 J. W. Muir. c. sub. b. Morton 20 H. . Thayer. D tireene 3 W. N. Morlce. c. White, b. Clark 4 J. L. Evans, b. Morton 15 J. H. Scattergood, c. Clark, b. Morton 0 R. II. Patton, n. Clara...., 2 A. P. Morris, not out 2 W. H. Saven. b. Greene 4 Bye, 1; leg-byes, 10; wide, 1 12 Total : 79 BOWLING ANALYSIS. B. R. dark P 32 Greene 68 25 Morton 30 10 Greene bowled one wide. RUNS AT THE FALL OF EACH WICKET. Germantown 0 15 18 20 20 30 32 45 80 88 Merlon ... 10 10 20 27 42 o 64 e 70 78 M. 4 2 1 W. 3 4 3 NEW PUBLICATIONS NEW PUBLICATIONS NEW PUBLICATIONS NEW PUBLICATIONS A Beam Library During our years of experience with De Luxe or Limited Publications, we have encountered a constant and increasing demand for Library Editions of equal worth and beauty, but less costly than the exclusive. 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The binding, typography and general appearance of the volumes are decidedly "comme 11 faut," and I am very much pleased with the set. Yin certainly deserve a great deal of credit for getting up the standard authors in such an attractive form, and at snen a low price. ith best wishes for vonr continued success I , Wm. C. HAMMER, 01 Bonrse Building. ,a. Philadelphia Messrs. IE. B. Hall Co.. Philadelphia. Pa. Gentlemen: I am more than pleased with the style and workmanship of the books you are putting on the mirket. feeling convinced that you are putting before the reading public the very best subscription works (complete sets) of standard authors to be had. Yours very trulv, FRED II. MacINTTRE, 142 N. Fourth St., Phila. E. B Hall Sc Co., Gentlemen: TheD hooka w.hJoh 1 gently purchased from you, Buckuer Library series, would say they are entirely satisfactory In every respect, and are a very useful and pleasing addition to my 11-brary. lours very sincerelv, J. E. CLANCY. E. B. Hall & Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Gentlemen: Received sets of the Buckner Library Edition; they are certainly an attractive edition and at once appeals to the lover of fine books by the excellence of paper and press work, the strength of binding and the beauty of illustrations. Very truly yours. ELLA A. MACPHERSON. Vice President Trenton Hixh School, Trenton, N. J. E. B. Hall Sc. Co.. Dear Sirs: I am in receipt of the volumes of the Buckner Library Series, and wish to say that the satisfaction foreshadowed by the sample pages has been more than realized in the possession of the books. They are entirely worthy of the rlatms made for them to me. In attractive appearance, bandy size, excellent print, paper, binding and Illustrations. . Very truly yours. THOS. ROSS. Doylestown, Pa. Messrs. E. B. Hall Sc. Co., Philadelphia. Pa. Gentlemen - I am in receipt of yonr Edition of the works of Dumas and Hngo. I have examined the books and am delighted with them, they being equal, if not superior, to prospectus submitted to me by your agent, and are the finest thing that I have in my library for the money. I am perfectly satisfied with my bargain. Respectfully yours. C. REESE EABY. 66 North Duke street. Lancaster. Pa. E. B. Hall Sc. Co.. Inc. Gentlemen: Books of Buckner Library Series received. Enclosed find check In payment of same. I have thoroughly examined them; they are all that can be desired, a pleasure to look at and very satisfactory to read. I have many books in my library for which I paid more than for these, and laid side by side the former look cheap and are not to be compared. Yours truly. H. L. CHRIST. Reading, Pa. X. B. Hall Co. Gentlemen: The set of "Thackeray's Works, Buckner Library Series," received a few days ago. I am agreeably surprised in this work. I did not expect as fine a book as this for the money, you may depend on my patronag la the future. Very truly. FRANK S. Mac WILLI AM. York, Pa. E. B. Hall St Co. Philadelphia, Pa. Gentlemen: I am in receipt of Bulwer Lyt-ton's novels, Buckner Library Series, and am more than pleased with tbem. The typography is good, the paper excellent. I have shown the set to many of my friends who are delighted with them. I hope in the near future to add to my library more sets of the ssme series. Very truly vonrs. FRANK B. WICKERSHAM. Steelton, Pa. Messrs. E. B. Hall Sc Co. Sirs: The volumes of Buckner Librsry Series received yesterday. I am very much pleased with them. I herewith send my check in payment of the same. Yours, etc.. DAVID MIXELL, 216 Spring Garden st., Easton, Fa. Messrs. E. B. Hall Sc Co.. Philadelphia. Gentlemen: I find the books, Buckner Library Series, even more than I had hoped .for. In every way satisfactory. They are certainly very appetizing. Everybody who has seea them Is delighted. Sincerely yours, EARNEST RAEDEL McCACLEY, 1219 13th a venae., Altoona, Pa. Messrs. R. B. Hall Sc. Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Gentlemen: After a careful examination of Balzac's and Hugo's Works, two sets ef the Buckner Library Series, wish to express to you my entire satisfaction with the books. Printing, paper and binding are as represented, and the Illustrations ara equal to tb highest priced editions. FRED BENDHEIM. Altaooa, Pa. Messrs. E. B. Hall Sc Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Gentlemen: The set of Hugo, Buckner Library Series, thst I purchased of yon, is entirely satisfactory in every respect. The printing, binding and paper are better In every way than I had expected. I congratnlate you on having placed such an excellent edition on tha market at such a comparatively low price. Very truly, J. J. CLARK, P. O. Box 534, Scranton, Pa. E. B. Hall j Co. Dear Sirs: I am la receipt of the books, Buckner Library Series, which you sent to ma as ordered, and consider them the best books for the price that have ever come under my aotlce. Yonrs very truly, JAMES GARDNER SANDERSON, 1003 Mears Bldg., Scranton, Pa. X. B. Hall Sc Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Gentlemen: The sets of the Bnckner Library I bought of you came duly to band, am very much pleased with them. They are satisfactory la every way and Just as represented. THOMAS SPRAGDE, Scranton, Pa. Complete Sets of These Books on Exhibition at Our Office or descriptive catalogue with special introductory prices and monthly terms wijl be promptly mailed upon application. E, B. HALL & COMPANY, Publishers 608 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia 1 At Frankford Frankford, 15; East Falls, 0. The Westminster A. A. met and defeated the West End team, by the score of 5 to 0. Paschall defeated the Commercial College, of Chester, in a well played game by the acore of 5 to 0. AMI Ci! Prof. Jules Laborde's Marvelous French , Preparation of "CALTHOS For Lost Manhood. 99 Full 5 Days' Treatment SENT FREE By Sealed Mail. HoC. O.D. or DEPOSIT SCHEME. 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In order to place this wonderful treatment In the hands of every person who suffers the mental and phvsical anguish of sexual weakness, the Von Mohl Co. has decided to send a freo trial treatment to all who write at once. The remedy is sent by mail in a plain package, and there is no publicity in receiving it or taking it. Accompanying the medicine there is a full treatise in plain langnage for you to read 'lake the medicine privately wUn Er-fect safety, and a sure cure is guaranteed. Lost Titalitv creeps upon men unawares. Do no deceive yourself or remain in ignorance while yon are being dragged down by this insidious disease. No matter what tbe cause mav be. whether early abuses, excesses or overwork and business cares, the results are tbe same premature loss of strength and memory, emissions, imiiotency. varicocele and shrunken parts. This specific remedy will core you at any stage before epilepsy results, with ensuing consumption and Insanity. 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New method, sure cure, painless treatment: no knife: no detention from T work; no experiment. A positive, certain and permanent cure. Rupture Ladies will receive careful and specla treatment for all their many ailments. - VMmltrt away from the city. Thousands are cured at home. Book. "Guide to Health." a A lirilB treatise on all organs and their diseases, free on application. Strictest conSdence T observed. Office Hours: Daily and Sundays, 0 A. M. till 3 P. M.; 5 till 8 Evenings. 4 vVWVW vj tT.- i JWMrVvVVVVvVWvVt; Kelievcs Kidr & Dladdi troubles at once. . r 1 1 -j J ' I W bTV troub'es at once. J I I 48 Wours'aii j f Beware of useless j mLcox TAHSY PILLS For 2vi years the only safe and reliable Female for all troubles. Relieves within 3 days, t office or by mail P:ice. S3. Send 4c for "Women's afe G ard." Wilcox Hed lcl Co., 329 N. 15th tt., Phils., Pa. The J. L. Glbbs lined up against the Alpha yesterday. Although outweighed the Glbbs bovs csme out victorious by the score of 5 to 0. Tbe feature of the game was tbe 45-yard run of Gean for a touchdown. The Vesper A. C. and the Preston A. C. play ed to a standstill yesterday at the Y. M. C. A. grounds, neither team being able to cross the goal line . OTHER SPORTS OX PAGE 15 OF THIS SECTION AND PAGE 11 OF SECOND SECTION. Perfect armooD RESTORED BY DR. HOl'JE'S COMPOUND DAMIANA TABLETS 50C B0X5-B2.oos At All Druggists CURIES Monev Refunded In Any Case Where 5 Boxes do not Give Entire Satisfaction. SEXUAL WEAKNESS MERvOUS DEBILITY VARICOCELE EXHAUSTING DRAINS DEVELOPS nd STRENGTHENS WEAK, STUNTED sod FEEBLE ORGANS Free Trial Package and Booklet At Miller's, 15 N. 11th; Evans', 1106 Chestnut. 8th snd Arch. 2230 N. Front; Loder. 16th and Chestnut; Blair. 8th and Walnut: Merrell, io,k ralrmnnnt' Morse 11th a nti Hjiiirti Doaks, 15th and South, and leading drug stores, Inntaat Relief. Treatment by .Mali or by MAIL, in plain sealed wrapper. J HOWE MtDICINE CO.. 922 Walnut St. Phila. MEDICAL CCT DOCTOR ""3 TWEED- 527 II0RT11 SIXTH ST. rTO!&lw aWnUe I- mm. I U graduate oi ail c.a'Wtft.i the l.'mted State of America "ElndeutscherArzt" Heil inf f arantlrt Urt In dn verxwefielntren I- Hen. Specialist In ilU reauir-ln aacien tlfic an 'I coiliv-n-1 1 al treat m en t. 1 K. T tl I C b Is the oldest And woit ex perienr-.ed peci-Htst la th United Statei of Amer ici nwiihundlnjvhattfc-ra claim or prnt. Ce fwft-aonal attention to all h call. Publishes naname or la any wy m-kr public Prof. G. F. Tb.el. M.D. " V'., 7 '.17. Sinr practicing In rbi cllv h cored oer TWIJTT J P ssT tar MTW nWMI PRIVATE AND CHRONIC DISEASES rf"r otCe" .klliful ph,M.ti Kei'7.T.K;s AND UCESSES in singl. or m.rr.fT. U :. '' J"f " "J which are Un WEMOflf. OIMNESS OF VISIOM. PAlf I0NV JlC. .! ilffltnt main v rv tne mock s imprutca wcirin, and heiitlisonly one in Philadelphia who cn cure rtpul, sure andprmannt. I!t. Til BKL ha girentlie public eviaenca u(ici-t to convince tiie m ftt skeptical and increUulout tlat his meth od (':umlniig the Allopathic, Honxrpathie and Eclectic) ef treatment are singularly auccesiful, especially in cam at hare d Sett the skill of Mhn and Justly eH-hrnte4 physicians. Among tho. diseases treate ration. Loss or Vlaor cV oilmen, r. Pro1.C.F.THEEL,r-l.D. a. Till if. with unprecedented success are the following: Nf fT W a Prostration. Loss of Vlaor V oilmen, r. ka llna. is the only linn specialist and physician who is able to cms KmSfrsSS'i Blood & Skin Diseases primary, secondary and tertiary (without the use of Mercury and Iodide of, II a ni pn ft I C IXMi. I.IJ1B rySTi.a. Catarrh, ' VAnlLUwtLL K 1 U X V ElSfJi, HlMHSOP MEN, Varicose. V v-in. Tl SOUS, Revolt, of YOUTHFUL VICES. Errors and Eseesses. Hydrocele TRlRTIIRFVaiQ$- infiammationJ, OI niUl UnllO gvset... lie chalieiifc-esiha whole world sn w him one single case they ever cu ed as hopeless and rUneerous as he has cured whi. h hii"" ptlslal.oroe. All communications are sacredly coondentlal. Treatment by correspondence in suitahle cases. Letters of Inquiry sru-. contain cts. in stamps to insure reply. S nd ti :t.ln t AM cts. stamps for book T1 Tit" eusing; Q uaclcs. kieciric Belt frauds, and others wltrt tHeir V'akTtiinonalt, it's liiKials from far w y : It also espotes free advice a free inal treatin nt. Home-Cur" swindle and t,ose claiming tl.. us- n I of testimonials rlD fi C TUCtl rs the only trua init refuse to publish. Uf.. U. I. I flUCL specialist has riven SWORN Test monials from real sufferers mot yl-ochondnacs). book TJf U TH" is the only genuine Jledlral TraatU advertised. aVriendto all sufferers ami those contemplating- marriage. Hours dily. o--. ev es e. 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