Pittsburgh Daily Post from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on September 4, 1904 · Page 11
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SEPTEMBER 4," 1904. HELP WANTED. MORE RECORDS BROKEN AT THE OLYMPIC GAMES AT THE WORLD'S FAIR. DAILY AND SUNDAY. 10 CENTS PER LINE. If Paid in Advance, 1 Cent a Word. -. THE PITTSBURG POST,. u ND OF THE . GREAT GAMES. IE WORLD'S FAIR OLYMPIAD AT ST. LOUIS WINDS UP IN A BLAZE OF GLORY. HREE RECORDS ARE BROKEN. heridan and Rose Throw the Discus Over 128 Feet, Far Beyond the Former Mark. -IGHTBODY'S GREAT RACE. ST. LOUIS, Sept. 3 After a meet prob ably unequaled in the sporting annals of his or any other country the Louisiana Purchase Exposition revival of the Olympic games has concluded. The international team race was the last event on to-day's card. The weather wai ldeU, and some time before the contestants in the first race faced the starter's pistol the Immense stadium was packed to its na nnitltil anil m w , tin njf . 1 " w AA o' tl ,"1 lng in the field. The events were run on t with rapidity and, following the announcement of each broken Olympic u.-c- ord, the crowd rose to ' its feet and cheered the fortunate athlete again and again. During the four-mile international race the special prize cups were awarded to the winners of the Olympian championship events by the donors. Owing to protests made by the Chicago Ath.etic association, the award of the magnificent loving cup. emblematic of the Olympic championship, was not made to the ath letic organization, whose representatives scored the most points in Olympic chara-plonnh!p events during the meet. Tho final score, according to the of.lclal figures, of tho first four clubs is as lol-lows: New York Athletic club, M; Chicago Athletic association. f9; Milwaukee Athletic club. Greater New York lrlstt Athletic association, 31. The Chicago association, however, has protested tne entry of John K. Pewitt. of the New-York A. C. who won secnd place in the 16-pound hammer event, and the New Y'ork A. V. tttg-of-war team, which finished fourth In that event. The result of these protests will be, unless the charges are withdrawn, that the awarding ct th championship cup will be delayed until after the meeting of the governing board of the Amateur Athletic union in New York next November. Should the protests be allowed by that body It will result In a tie, as Pewitt won three points and the tug-of-war team one point lor the New York club. Again, to-day. did the competing athletes show championship form, ana thiee Olympic records tell bctore their assaults. ' Not only did James t. Lightbody. of the Chicago A. A., clip three-nfths of a second oft the Olympic record for the l.&oO-me'.ei run. but he won the event In one of the finest finishes that has marked the entire meet. Lightbody, Verner and . H arn. all of the Chicago A. A., were well hunched at the beginning of the last lap. It was seen that they were moving at a wonderful rate of speed, but when three-quarters of the way around the track on the last lap, Lightbody developed a burst of speed that left his clubmates ; several yards In the rear and brought the ; eudlence to Its feet. ' There was an unusually fine field In ' the pole vault content. Five men broke 1 the Olympic record before the event rmr-: rowed down to the final lump, with three men eligible. Charles E. Dvorak, of the C. A. A., then demonstrated his class, and from th 11-foot mark he competed alone, the other four men being tied at that mark. Dvorak's best was 11 feet 6 inches, breaking the Olympic record of 10 feet 9-lo Inches, held by I. K. Baxter, of the Vniversity of Pennsylvania, made at the Paris Olympiad. In the jump-off. for second, third and fourth places. Ward McLanaghan, of the New York A. C. and Claude Alltn failed to clear 11 feet. The latter was beaten by McLanaghan later for fourth place. Lrov Samse, Indiana, university, defeated L. Wilklns, of the C. A. A., for second place. The keenest competition of the entire week's progress developed In the discus-throw, M. J. Sheridan, of the G. N. Y. I. A. A., and Ralph W. HotK of the C. A. A., tied for first place with throws of 128 feet 104 Inches, breaking the Olympic record by more than V) feet. As splitting points is not allowed in an Olympic championship, the men were rorced to throw off the tie. The best that Rose could do was 120 feet f Inches, while Sheridan, although beating him. also showed a reversal of form, and the distance that gave him first place was 127 feet lo1 Inches. The four handicap events proved a welcome addition to the championship program and the events were clo.nely contested. A great deal of complimentary comment has been made regardins the handicapping at the meet, as in nearly every event the men have been weil buncUed at the finish. The summaries: luO meter run Archie Hahn. M. A. C, Milwaukee, won: N. J. Cartmell. Y. M. CT. A.. 1-ouinvllle, Ky., second: William Hoprenson. C. A. A, r'hleago. third: F. R. Mouiton, K. C. A. C, Kmas City, fourth. Time 11 seconds. Pole vault Charles E. Dvorak. A. A., 'hlcagi, firm. It feet 6 inches; Le Roy fra. Indiana university, Bloomlngton. Ind., second. 11 ftt 3 Inches; I.. Wilkinson, r A. A.. Chicago, third, 11 fett S Inches: Ward McLana-han. N. Y. A. C. fourth, 11 feet. Ili'V meter Hurdle Fred Si-hale. M. A. C, Milwaukee, nrst; T. Shldelcr, '. A. A.. Chl-ao. second ; L. Ashburner. Ithaca. N. V.. third: F. t astlenian. G. N. Y. I. A. A., fourth. Time IS seconds. l.ioO metei run Jnmes D. Lightbody, C. A. A.. Chicago, first: W. V. Verner. C. A. A.. Chicago, second; L. K. Hearn, C. A. A.. Chl-ruu. third; I). C. Munson, N. Y. A. C. , N-w York, fourth. Time 4:06 2-i. Three standing Jumps Itay Kwry, N. Y. A. C, New York, first. 31 fett 7'4 Inches; Con M. King. McKinncy, Tex., second; James F. Stadler. Franklin A. P.. Cleveland, .. third; G. M. Servlss. Cornell university, fourth. Dumb bell competition Oscar OstoiT. M. A. . Milwaukee, first. 4X pqints; Fred Winters. N. W. H. A. C, New Vork. second, 45 points; Frank Kunglrr, S. W. T. V., St. Louis, third, 10 points. Four-mile international team race, five, men each team, two teams entered New York Athletic club, first; Chicago Athletic association, second. Time 21:17 t-u. Sixteen-pound hammer, handicap event John Finns Kan. u. N. Y. I. A. A.. New York (scratch), first. 153 feet 4 Inches; A. A. John- k son, Y. M. C. A., St. Louis (30 reet). second: C. C. Chadwick, N. Y. A. C. New York Cil feet), third: L. I.. Hay den, M. A. C. Baltimore (32 feet), fourth. One mil relay, handicap event Missouri Athletic club. St. Louis (scratch), first; S. W. T. V., St. Louis (Sf) yards), second. Time 3:52 1-5. 4to-yard run, handicap event Frank O. Parcy, Finlav City, Mich. (12 yards), first: George Underwood, N. Y. A. C. New York (scratch), second: J. It. Poerk, Montreal, Canada (i yards), third; J. P. Lydon, Ft. Louis 2t yards), fourth. Time :50 4-5. 60-vard dash, handicap event C. Hastedt. M. A "".. St. Louis (4 feet), first: K. F. Annis. G. N. Y. I. A. A.. New York (4 feet), wecond; Fred F.nrlehart, Mohawk A. C., New York (7 feet), third; W. C. Lloeme. M. A. C, Iialti-niore (.5 feet), fourth. Time :06 1-6. Painters Will Have Field Sports. The painters of John Pewar's shop will hold l picnic to-morrow at Mttlvole. There will be sports of all kinds, such as bicycle racing, foot racing, quoit pitching and discus throwing. The main feature of the day will be Iso hotly contested ball games lietween tho Kalbs and the Iw-wars. The first gnme will be called at P o'clock and the second game ot 3 o'clock. The battery of both teams are classed among the best. The line-up will be a follows: Kulbs-Kdward Keogh, pitcher; lames Kennedy, catcher; W. Godsholl, short-, stop; Charles Kcosh, first liase; William Story, iccond Iiqfc; John Kennedy, third base; Kd-wnrrt Miller, right Held; Charles Schlnnlman. rft fie'il: Adam I'rovan. middle field. Demars -Gus Moll, pitcher; Mat Uurk catcher: W. rii.nkit!(.-t. n. shortstop; Tat Gilnin. first bse; Jcnirs Slmes. Seconal base: Joe Hell, third -.e; William Wadsworth. right field; William Baldwin, rlcht field: Jake Schunk. middle field. Empires William Kaib and William Weat-mhaK n. Sheet Steel Team Loses. The American Khet-t Steel baseball team lourneyed to Clalrton, Ia. , and played the Cla'rton Ktcel A.hletlo club at that place. The I'Dccrda of tnc trame ate to go to Mr. Joseph 3iln-re. fornicr catcher for the Clalrton team, bo ia now dangerously ill with typhoid fever. Gilmore, the Clalrton pitcher, played with liHmsvllle, )., the first part of the season. H s young nt the game, but is pitching well and laai a fairly good batting average, lmrtng the Hist prl of July the Clalrton Steel team were fortunate enough to secure the services of Nevln, to cover the first bag. Nevln played food tall for Indianapolis the first part of the eaon. The American Sheet Kteel boys were oinewhot crippled, and Manager Harry went into the box and pitched a good game. The tame was calll at the end of the seventh , fpnlng. on account of rain. The score was riairton sited A. C. 2, American Sheet Steel LAST GAME FOR PITTSBURG. Local Cricket Team Loses at Cleveland by a Score of 124 to 102 Runs. Special to The Pittsburg Post. CLEVELAND, Sept. 3.-The Pittsburg Field club cricketers closed their tour at Cleveland to-day after a most interesting and exciting game, suffering a defeat by 22 runs. The home players batted first and ran up a score of 124. Jack Evans hit hard for 35, while Speed and Humphrey Nash played carefully for 25 and 15 respectively. Pittsburg lost two wickets for 11, but a great stand was made by John Stewart and Percy Williamson, who carried the score to 73 for the third wicket. when Stewart was caught for a well-carried 31. Williamson was bowled soon afterward for S3 and wickets then fell rapidly. Macpher-Mn tried to stem the tide, but was bowled off his pais after making 12, and the last wicket fell with the score at 112. Their record for the trip winds up with three victories and three defeats, with one game drawn, which is considered very satisfactory. MacPhcrson and Clement have been chosen to play for the Cleveland team against the Chicago Wanderers on Monday. READY FOR FALL SEASON. Golfers Will Be Busy Result of Match at Edgeworth Club. The Pittsburg fall season of golf begins the coming week, when the first events of the fall schedules will take place, and the matches between the golf clubs for the championship of Western Pennsylvania commence. The. golf event of the past week was the playing of the postponed match on Wednesday between the Edseworth club and the Field club, which ' wt played at UrushtSn. and resulted In a victory for the Field club by the acore of 29 to 0. The individual rcsu ts were: Field Club i Kdgeworth Club H. Uyrain 1 W. X. Kerr fl T. Liggett 7 J p. George I. . C. Liddell . ilK I. Allen 0 W. H. Haines si Mr. Pearson 0 J. B. Crookston 8i F. C. Kwart 0 C. A. Verner 1: U: E. McCague 0 Totola 29i Totals A GREAT DAY ON THE MOUNT. Business Men of Mt. Washington Will Indulge In Sports. To-morrow, Labor day. win be a gala day at Mt. Washington, where the allied business Interests of that place will ho.d "their annual ox roast and carnival. The event will be held at Grove Station on the Pittsburg & Castle Shannon railway and will equal. If not surpass, carnivals of the past. As is usual the sporting events that will come oft will be the. main feature. There wltf be girls' races, bovs' races, races of a more hardy character for the men. together with jumping and strength contests. Two of the brightest features will tie a game of bail between tho merchants of Allentown and Mt. Washington, and a tug of war between the butchers of the latter place and those of the Southside. Of course there will be the usual accessaries to a carnival and a bountifui dinner and supper served to all who attend. CAMPBELL AND SOLLY STROUP. Both Reported to Be in Fine Shape for To-Morrow's Battle. Loudon Camplcll. the popular Fltts-burg boxer, and Solly Stroup are in the pink of condition for their bout to-morrow night In Coyle theater. Charierol. Both are below weight and the contest will be worth going the distance to see. Campbell will finish his training to-day at the Herron Hill Club, on Bedford avenue. The Kxcelsior Club, of the SoutHsidi'. is going up in a special car to witness the contest. Word comes irom Trainers Benti at'd rVgg, who are taking care of Stroup, that they are proud to see their man in such good condition. Excursion trams wiii run from Brownsville, California and all points from up the river where Stroup is weli known. Solly's friends are betting their money at 10 to 7. I'ittsburg sports rsa get cars every half hour to I harleroi. Kid Tyler will meet Harry Browu In a six-round preliminary. . PITTSBURG YACHT IS BEHIND. Endymion Makes a Bad Start With Corona in Long Race. NEW YORK. Sept. 3. (Special.) The yacht Endymion, owned by George Lauder, Jr.. of Pittsburg, and the Corona, owned by Arthur F. Luke, started on a long ocean race Jo-day. The Atlantic Yacht club offers a II. W0 trophy to the winner. The start was made from tho Scotland lightship at 12:45 o'cbck. The Corona caught the wind first and crossed the line at 1:03 :'ju, the Endymion crossing four minutes later. The Corona then drew awrty gradually. The yachts will race as far as the northeast end lightship off Cape May and are expected to return early to-morrow afternoon. WYLIE ALLEYS WILL REOPEN. Head-Pin Tournament Will Be the Attraction for One Week. Th-re will be an agreeable surprlne for all bowlers when the W'yli- avtnuo alley, whleh have bfen remodeled ani put In first-class shape during thi inpt two month, art r-epened to-morrow niorplr.g J" o'clock Mr. Nteolet. of Chicago. h been frngatrerl in manage the alleys. The feature of the owning wprk will be a head-pin tuurnanient. w hi li will i"tr.rt at VI o'clock to-morrow morning Nearly l. prizes, asrregattng in value about .Vi. wilt be offered for the bent seores vn.i.le during the week. This tourney will be held on two of the alleys" while tTie other six will be open for business to the general public. The seating capacity ha been enlarged anl a good-sited crowd can now te accommodated without discomfort. The succen of the opening tournament is already ensured thrfiugh the untiring efforts of Clark Dtvore. - Thick Gloom Prevails at Leetsdale. On account of the Inclement weather It wai Impossible for Leetsrtale and Ambrldge-Economy to play yesterday. This a to have been the second of a series of three jrames and the sages had it floured out thftt there was nothing to It but LeetsOale. 1'etsih ha. I his strong wing with him. as usual, an.l said he felt like doing the battle of his life. Johnnie Thompson was also on han'l rea-Iy to do hi." stunt at the short field position In his regular fashion. it is to ne nopea mm the trams will meet to settle the tue!tion of supremacy next haiurnay. All-Stars at Mt. Troy. All players of the All-Ftar aggregation will please report at Mt. Troy grounds at 2 ' clock ithls afternoon. Following players will please take notice: Bcndel. en teller; Uyko and Boyle, pitchers; Apple, first base; Mlttenbergen. second base: J. Ive. shortstop; Heifer, third base: T. Graham, right field; Wood, center field, and Hrohcm and I.efty Wood, left Held. A good game Is assured. The game will be called at 3:30 o'clock. Pete latins, manager of Nunnery Hill team and late of Bochester learn, will umpire, and spectators can bo assured of clean decisions. Smith, of Lajoles, la also requested to re-pott. J Glenshaw Stayed at Home. Owing to the rain of yesterday the Glenshaw team could not go to Natrona. On Monday the following piaye-s must report not later than 12.15 at Ft. v ayne stntlon. Federal strei t, Allegheny, to go to Leetsdale for two games: Ashenbaugh, Klnsey, Metz. Hugh Martin. Ktnuffer, Harry Martin, Meyers. Bertges, l.ang-horst. Fhaw and Kane. On .September 1" the Glenshaw team goes to Herorn Hill for two games. - 4 Joe Nuttall Wins the Race. NKWPOHT B. I., Sept. 3. Joe Nuttall. of England, champion professional swimmer of the world, won a swimming match held here tovlay under the auspices of the Newport Cottagers. Nuttall won a three-mile race in 1 hour 21 minutes and 54 3-5 seconds. Percy F. C'avllle, of Australia, former champion, was second; Jnmes M(Clusker. i;f Boston, third, nnd George Kestler. of the University of Pennsylvania, fourth. The winner received $100, the second man il'J) and the third JHO. New Automobile Record Made. NEW YORK, Sept. 3. I,. L. Whitman and Charles Carrls arrived at the Automobile Club of America at 1:40 p. m. to-day. at the end of a (ross-contlnent automobile trip from Sari Francisco. They covered a distance of 4.301 miles in 32 days. 23 hours and minutes, thus breaking the old record of nearly month. The time before recorded was fit days, made by Tom Fetch last year. Little riding at niutft was done. The longest single day's journey was 325 miles, between Toledo and Bochester. Wheeling $2.50 Round Trip From Pittsburg via Pennsylvania Lines, including admission to West Virginia State Fair. Excursion tickets sold Sept. 6th to 9th, Inclusive, good returning until Sept. 10th. , iCj t . ECHOES FROM THE GRIDIRON. PRIMROSE CLUB WILL ORGANIZE AT THE COLOSSEUM THIS AFTERNOON. ALLENTOWN'S STRONG TEAM. Valleys of McKees Recks Start Practice and Are After Games With Good Clubs. MIFFLIN BOYS WILL BE READY. There will be a meeting of the Primrose club at the Colliseum this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The following players are requested to be present: itoss, cig, Li-son. Boss, Halliard, tsittner, tJlalr, ielp. J. Strasser. li. Strasser, Boyle. It. Boyle. Burtt. Hill, Zimmerman and alt other members and candidates who wisn to try for the team. Captain Burtt has secured a good coach and the manager will secure enclosed grounds in the best location In Allegneny. All games will be played at home. 'Hie team will be muvli stronger this year, as new tackles and other line men have been secured. The team will be strictly amateur and will boon d;ttes with the strongest team in this State. the following candidates and all persons wishing to try for the Pastime Unserves footoall team are renuesud to mt't at Central park not later man :W u'c:ock Monday evening: Gorman, l.unu, iiaiiy, Aonli, Kinney. Con Weil. Knsser, L. Kos-ser, ueitz. Smith, Colhr.s, Snanaielt. Klch-aros, Loiiovai and Uiitoa. the l aaiiine Ketervcs are out lor tne m-piyr.d cnam-pionhip. and all uttn: wsirmg gam-s should aduress Wfiiiani J. McA.i?ur, ;iw tiedtuiu avenue, or call 2CiL' Court. Montgomerys in Line. All members of the Montgomery club are requested to l. at the V o .u Lf.it Industrial liuusi', to-morrow ev nitis at i o clock sharp. Ho'me very imirH!t tiuai-r-ss wilt be transacted regarding uniforms, the election of a nt w sec retary, etc. Tlse Montgomery ciub w.f he lo state through the cotumns of this paper that It i Is a strictly to -pound i- am. ana that It is not the M iingi inery A. c. team which is listed at ; to T pounds. Any I first-class 5t to 6a-pound lfm away from 5 home tlsirir.g games address Jt.epu j Schnitzer, care Vkh1s ttuii lnuustr;ai House, Alb gneny. Brighton Club's Meeting. The Brighton ilub will hold an important mevung Tpt-sday evening at 14 Irwin avenue, at w nich the fuiiown.g players are requettui to report noi later than 7 o'clock, as there wttl tf pra'-llee at;er the meeting: Mullen, Wesbt,-. Slur-genstern. Graham. Koiry. .oiirad. Glancy, Derrick, K-arny, KimbeiUn. it. Smart, I'onovan, . smart ami A ink-worth. All tw to "-pound tmt a siting ames address MaWIm Mael'herswr;, .i Brighton jdace, Aiiegheny. Valley Wants Good Games. Every Valley player !m exjM-cied to be cut to pracl.c- In fui! uniform to-m;Tw evening, not later than 7 on the Y. M-C. A. lit Id. Caches Booth and s.iu'.k a:" J also urged to be on hand, liimn with all good o-p"url leanw are ii irel. e-i e-iall wjih Fiavei ;:nd Sterling. Writ L. W. liarratt. 52"! Isia.-.d avenue, .M-tjiuj Hocks, or phone Hi Ijke Lr;e. Allentown'i Lineup. Allentown. last year's amateur chant- i pions of Western Pennsylvania, by vir- j tue of beating the strong Primrose A. C. of Allegheny, claimants of the atria-I teur championship, will again l rep- ' resentt-u on the gridiron with a strong-: er team than lat year. Su'-li m-n. as Warren Campbell, the half-back of the' strong Altoona and numerous otleri stronjr teams, and of last year's Allen- j town team; Ab-t-tt Slick, the (iiarter- back and carh of the I'niversity of i Montana snd Allentown; Hxil Prosser. i the end of Allentown A C; Ixn Mcln- i tosh, big guard f Etisi Knd. 0 I; J rti. Mcintosh, of Allentown A ; Clitr!e ' Lasler. of Primrose and Allentown A. i C; Paul Vitte. of I'rlmrose and Alien- i town; Phil Zimmtrman. of the Three . A's; John Lee. the jruard f Allentown; : Alex. Stevenson, the l!g guard of the; V. of W. Va.; Cooper, Mt. Ctiion col- i lege s big guard f D3. H-rt iiii' k. f'.irl j Schiller, Thomas Wooiiert, J. C. Cris", I H. L. Allen. H. ). Kidd-HV. W. L N.i ih. : K. K. Prill I tt. Lewis lienning. Victor , Herb, Pal and John Itng-'Oi, Mover : "Yeits"" lielff. and Charles Schuidt. "all of last year's Alb, nlwiis; Walter Hahn. ; CJcorge Nichobi. Krnest ,Hrown and; tienrge Smith, all of goo.J (.ist teams.: will all be represented. Wall such an; aggregation Allentown will certainly j have a beter skowIiik tiian lat year. By the untiring efforts of Mr. A. Stevenson Wabash park. m the Southsi.le. ' has been leased, where games will he played with some of the best teams in : tho country. A meeting will be hei.1 at : Wabash park. Tuesday tVerutiHr. Hep- j tember 6. at which tune- an nrtcanisa- j tion will be ertfctnl. Candidates for j admission n AUentuwn's 1 3 t will prc-sen tthemsilves in person on Tuesday evening. The MsRH'ir A. c f.ba!l team, of "raf-n, has re,rKanl-ed f-.r ttie tnims Eea..ri un.i would like to hrar frora ad 4'? pofjrul team. . Their first prm-tu e will be next cijn any, sn-1 all plnycr will pi. se ret.rt. Th y Buuhl , 1SK'- to hewr from s-'. lirittlan aiid K.-; store-' pitcher, laech. Adlres Vlt-r Johnston, I'rafton, Pa., or call --fed J. ana ask for W. I J-jhnston. Mifflin3 Getting Ready. The Mifflin A. C. football team, of Iawrenccvlll". is getting ready for tli coming set son nnd rx-i ta t give a koo-J account of itself, Leslie will be found at ruittr. and be will hold his own, and ( witli Werner, McMahon, Miller and f'hau-r.an on the lino they will form a strong wall for the opponents to break through, peas will piay quarterback, while Mooney, Graham and I.loyd will be found in the back field. Wi:h this strong bunch Cone,, Wise-man . expects to make all tejirns bustle to gain victor y. T bey would like to hear from tiie following- teams: Crescent A. C, Brown A. ('., Winehiddle and Atlantlcs. Any so-tamnil team wisntng, a game, address Fred Nit-man, ;ifloi j Wooi-slayer street, city. j Richlands Booking Games. The Richland A. C. would liks to hear from all W to impound teams in and about Pittsburg, the Atlantic A. C, the Sycamores and tl.e Kast ICtid (.'roHi-ents preferred. Address W. A. Miller, 31j West street, Wilkinstjurg. Goehrlngs Meet T -Day. The JI. j Ooehring football team, ot Allegheny, will meet this al tei noon at 2:. at Tesinon and California avi-tmui, Allcghf-ny. Manager Louglas wouid like the following; players to report: ootls, Sehillo, 'hilcot, (ievcr. Stelnwender, Combs and Miller; also, K. laivc, Myers, Graham, Kberhart nnj Welsh, of last year's N'orth:-dde team, and J;. Williams and 11. Connors, of Allegheny Field club. Take Avalou car and get olf at Tesmoii avenue. North Ends Organize. Tho North Ends havo organized for the coming season. 1j. R. Anshutz will captain tho team this year and E. W. Velj) will be the manager. All players are requested to meet at North End park for practice Tuesday evening. Iron City Is Ready. The Iron City football team will m"",t this afternoon at - o'clock at Nells', ;S5' ButbT street, and all players will pl aso report. iron CIfy would like to book games with the best 115-pound team in Western Pennsylvania ami Ohio. They would like to open the season with Wmi aca. Address C. W. Dlttrich, 3S15 Hut lor street, city. Indians After Scalps. The McCunnc.gle Indians, of Ksfplen. have organized for the st-nson, ard will meet all last S0 and HO-pound team In Western Pennsylvania. They would like to arranso pranies with Superiors. Prosi-er, Emsworth second, i'lavt-l, Sewk-kJcy, Foster and Crescents, of Wilkinsburs. Address P. Duffy. 415 Walnut strn-t, Sliorida n vi!!e. Westlakes Want Games. The Westlako A. C. footlmll team iuis organized for the season, and would like to hear from all good 100 to llM-pound teams. Tho grounds are being put in sriajae and when completed will be second UNITY BOWLING 0 N 1 4 S. J. Heimbeucher. J. W. Mooney. Ed Cosloskey. C. Trucks. Miles McGrath. Winners of the five-men team contest on the Federal alleys last week. TWENTY-SIX CANDIDATES WILL ... A ... TRY FOR PLACES ON LYCEUM TEAM. NEARLY All of Last Year's Players Report at the Meeting and New Men Have Excellent Reputations A Coach Is Selected and Practice Will Begin Tuesday Night. - . TWENTY-SIX canlld'.tes reported list Friday night at tb" Lyceum raly to j. ut on u':e rnoU-skms for another se is in. Manager C'lon!iU Is elated ever the prospects of havlr.K a er,:k !.m. For o'iit'-r, Thomas Ldlfms. better known a "Fojtgy." r'irted to try ag.iin tr.e f..if so i. fieri performed Jat year f remaining fixed t") n piece of .ir;h i:i th center oj the liue a:i l lneid ntly to5.j.l::g a few sp.H-.ly Ui- ki. F ir guar-ls. K n.1,1, Sweeney ro! Pin:!h. of last ear's t-a:ii. w.-rc t rtere rm.lv !. nil the two big rr: trj the i:isi. us trey were never P.iUit b and 1 1 !:;. .t l:r;-n ;1 bmnvjii re i t! I as aiixtou try f.:.f IV.'. . :a ' pelUor!8. I'..r ui ki-s. Feaman and M-Ke shuwvd f t tr':ig a nd enthusiastic, w lej:wy and Sctfil, ;i"v tiie.n. wiU'.n to Sty and outdo the :iver wotk ui last icar'a tackles. For ends. M. li'iri' in this loci'.ltr. The u-am w!i! !:ue i:j TiU'-'i.iy t H.i!:g. t,. n t a 1, Alerter win put th-m -intintgh pgnt pta.-. lice. All last years players a--.-.i those isbtnic to try for a place !! ,i.-e port. For game n.-blre T. lirsj-.r,;, :4 iMcuben street, city. North Braddeck's Bawling Officers. i:rret Harper, se rtry (f !nt jr S Hi I a !o - k l-r k l.-rfic. f ihe , -: . - v f i.ilr.r-, zesrue, t 3o't a tr.ea;r jf yre- f !ti-itt. ri! i the 'ii rii-r:f- cti r -rio.i-B.K to oEs;:niB.- it'.e tr a:a Al tra- oil n-.etra.: .f tt..- ia-u and rt . rw ities -r ir--- ef-f I'trfci t'-rr tlr-eti, 'f th5 'r:--i eail-. w a u n i ri;rr.-;ii :-,' eie, ta rn.traijtr. J 'r, H?ceir-.. iln, an! 14.-r Hrir r.. re- FEW CHANGES IN WITTMERS. Last Year's Crack Woods Run Team Ready for Gridiron Battles. With Lineup Practically Intact. The 'l!ner. the a (. and champ.--n of last car, win be Kr:--wn a the l;row;i Athletic AK...-l,:'!:.:-i this Hi ,leil. N--V-b-n. the fast left end. wit ia- tain tee team. John is said io be ihf-test end n tbe f-p.,..,id das, and on the defensive- f.nd offeriflvr t In a cl4H b !;!:;-?elf. J.-t,n II in?- i. the i rr m i i "Chappy." will be found at 1,1 : 1 p. si-tion a t f i;'f o k "' tiappy" tiac n-i :: .; at this - :-. i .-i. afid a a gro-ar; ) n . - r he I. tfoi-'UM.-dSy the ?,t-t in thl -!-l.!t. At i-acktng i;-, the t, a t o be ,i vs . !. : l: I . : ,- : w. A . c , : . , be t rbtbt half Hun I r.-to-. .b -t f. ie the u-nt aU-a ro.md lta:fb:.ck in the '.'-!i)!nd HI. ;.o . i-r.al.'A S--!i to skiit t!i- r..i!i and hi- l.uH t.,K i, r, , Isy 'uk- htrfi a tee.ntl H..t-.m at" plursius tne line. WiidamF. thf Itgbtnliig- b-rt t.-.'f i .-, nim-e,! ,,,;( ,,f t.r i ltv, M.;.1 ,i . , ; l.)rfiiie!s will have s hr.l time finding ;! Jiirai-J wi!i aKnln b.- at right -.i. and in the tieferiflye a::d i.ff : e i-s .-r.e of the be(H at li - .-h! tt-e tne Itrowr.s h;.v. I.;. ... . r - Hanabao. at center, provc-.l to 1-. t,e t,tv "f the ."ed-in. t.Hfl ir W.1S I.: il t ut under H.--d' c.a.-tiir-c he .i, v-l. ....,! Into a marvel. At puarj Klvnn i-r.t Mc i'm.s are in ;t , i-v t n. ni. H k ,t t,i.-kle Uittm-r and Pan,. .,r ttt,, ,.r ,. h.-t ,,rr-r-iive fi:,! .!. f. ,,-!e ,. Pi tl ir l , James-, i'arley and 1P inn. t -,e 'lbituo:. did k,.d w.,rk !:..l ,.-,r .- ! tlieir -rS. .,.-,. ill' the iHie-up ,f,',T Mk. cned it. Mtnav. r Ini-1 -a miP! i;k- to i-c.ir fr,m ail tirKt-t-l;i t- nn.m in ,i . ',' Peiinylvanla and i-:,tf rn i ,., Address ;!ll.-tti latdeii. h:: ( : Mil eel, AUeith.-ny. BEAVERS GO TO WEST NEWTON. Lower Allegheny Boys Making Preparations for the Winter Season. The Heaver Athletic MU will vbdt WeM Newton on Labor day nnd ,,;:,-o t,-.ke two Kanies from the Veii.-Mi:,-!,. ' f.y v.-iiliy (-)i:n,.Si Wjl0 V'ti l" -Coamb-r.1 on u.e ?il,. t,,lM. bee'rri.Ki!iW all their fippotn'-nls p., f the i.,u ,.ut The lower Allegheny -hamp..;i.M h :ve been playimt conisSent h.tll v:ni-e tl,eir reor8aniz.itl..ri, and with j,,t,',.v thin ami Mc ;,,v. v.!, . ,. nU' , rtrs.-clai. :il:,i; to do the pitching ,.x. je t lu take eerythirig in mc. t Tile train leav the lia.tlmore & "ohbi d -IV'1 at..'" "'""'oek lo-morr-.v.- in..r nit;,.- f..r est Newton. '' The H..,ver A. C, wliich' w.-i r,riardi.., four years aKo by a few youi'rei-M of lower AiiCKhetiy. has crown rapidly m-.l n.w ntimbcts am.. nit its member.., 'm;inv or th,,- jii-omlneut 1- . -::) s; men of th. section, who, having t.ik. n i t;icat interest In the siim-ss of the club, ,,,) wM'i tin-lr help, a , I ibhoux.- was opened two years ao, in which en lovable n,ot, r-i are held every v.ctk for the in. in hem :md their friends. The HrM fonoker ,,f the winter HciiK.n will bo held shortly which will ine.ude several friendly three-round hunts lietwi en local hoy evcr-il vocal selections by Johnny rnl'th. Tom indie. Jack Hollar mid the Henvein quartet. There will be ,in open im-t-t-itiK- of the club at the close of the baseball ticahon. ,;t which all protiper-'tive menibi-r! will be cor.liallv ttn t. It is the intention of "the mnnajtoment to put a fast basket hall team in tho field thin fall, and anions the candidates will be fnndM, of the Ht. I.oul't turners, mid lonley and t?t ntti.-i.xer, who, together with J.icky llilllanl, jiiayed u i'ood Vtamo fi.r tlie Kaycttes for tin' nasi two sen-Hons. Tin's Will he the Heavers' ii est attempt under the colors of the white and black at any indoor Kanie, hut the boys are confident of making a good sliov.-iuV. The baseball club has no (fame booked for next Saturday. September in, and any lii st-class out-of-town team can be accommodated by nddrcf-sinK Thomas Kennoliy, lsi.! bn-lawarc street, Allehenyi West Alexander Races. WASHINGTON, t h., t--e,t. :: . iS... -l.-ili The revtnth annu-il uiet-tinur of the West AUxaiKh-r F.-dr afnochMhin will he held Ttu-v-day, Wertne:dny and Thurs-lay, Septru:tier t:t, 14 and 10. Theresa a strocg list "f iai ing ex-cits. Pfeils Have Quit for the Season. The rffils have lilsl.nmli-ri for the season, having ttie fin.- r-coi.l if :'l grunts n-i.n alilj 1 lost. Tt;!-' i-ood ivi.rli was jianle .o. : v Finley. the t itch' r. he linvltss won l i puta. s ami lost only one. Altoona Sports Ars Postponed. ALTOONA. Pa.. Sept. S. tSpeetnt.i The tinal contests at the Altoona tenuis ant cricket tournament were postponed to-day on actuuat at rsla until Monday, TEAM, NO. !. SW'v:- oN Ty C M'lSim. Hohin. Uii!esp! and Camrbell. tie fr fast and gratlfjlng players .f last year's team, w.-re tru-re f.-eiing thy fan -asiiy Juii!( a ! their work of last yeir, vkhile S , .,, , r untj Kv.ia. r.w men, reported determine! t make th m i .e'Ue ta hold I b ir posit i Hi, Vuartcrbnrk is Lyctuni'a strongest fllied eti"!!. Marker ivas en naial. w;f Mc-Ali'-r a Harney, beth experi-rirei.l m'-n, sianitled their inttn:ion to try for tho te.me pstf.on. Tlif halfbuck p-Siliens v:: be i k- 1 i'ifr by Captain lie-In. rriey. tjiiinlan and i'iark. us" cSeve--fT-:'i and dfnsive work earned f .-r them n reputation last ve.tr. t-'nLbaek Bra.'se-l, n; of the t.si line bui-kis cco.t i:Ti tne ioca! tridiron ia?! year, was !!:;, stronger than evxr. t.is:in, hs tn-J tries early in the season ja.-t r keet , !:u out of many of the Important game, aifc.j re; rtil Uniforms- ere p. ie.- n cia.-.t agrerd tipin and practice wsit begin Tu.-el.i- nighL COOK TAKES FIRST PRIZE. Eastern Man Makes a Gocii Score at Sea Girt Shooting Tournament, I: A-.-cl td I rviti J'A ;...t, N J , ?erd 3 -Tho rn?t itnt-.rtatit Individual coniititt.ni thus ' fat ef tti Snf'-tFtatc shoot tn toutna- i t:n r-t in p!-(rre here, that for the Win- f bi-d -n cup. v.as won by (livis? K. Co .k, i t-f the I.eifri,-t of t'tfiamliu, who ur.tii a few o-k aj-j was a mernt.er of the i N,tt;o;.,i jsu-ird of the Nation's capital. ! Ti.e winner of the ait-comer u.n;ded I t'-n-lur irctt-b w.m Lleutetisnt K. 11. I l.-y re, of New Y.rk. j 1!'- vet .--run organization team - match. on tt;e proitram for to-day. was eUnnr.ut- j fi because of lack :-f entries. j Th.e si-.'ifir:i; 7 j-lnls or ever In the :r-s u'.r ti. in cop co::t-- were; I i. rv . r j I . e...-; T'f -T ' iiei i Martin M ; . it. W irier " t !.-..- M Hop. M- . M i i . : f i ' h ' ' . N w X tt . l .! K. Miiiray, Ohio , j I ir-uti r :r,t iiefi- .. t, i 'bt' : Mity-r i-.;ut. !!r-ir N J tt l,;-u!-n!i!H li:f;r.t,. ..M.. , , 71 '"..-p.-i-il s v y, . m .. " ' !. r-t'f liJt-.t S-e-rrh. I ?ii i'1 A f-i i'rH-r, roma Tl ' I.a!"ain . , V r . . , ' I ', !.t ipr-nj.i-,1 Smith, F!rt N. 3 .t ; 'a-u! -.rt ;r.n-n. Pi.urth N. J TS : 'Tis'f e-rch, r:rt N J . i M.-.y,t Y i;inic. i":ri't .lu:nt.!a .1 ; !! H.n4 N-i- Y.ak i -.----Tii,i Fr, !hl 7t ; li r.;i-,n. oh;': ..... CI i ?,;irir -.k..ri. i'itr;r! f .hi adaa ... ;e i i " f o, h P . .::. r:. p.ft 1 1. ! rr-voi- . v. r rMirrh : !-i;i irfitil se-.re , PVi i ' t-.ti. ! Amb-rt'.n !-". ! ' i re i r.K 11 1 Maj r t ' .r! ): J V r V ,! t ! 1 i..--re?,i-5 Ha'. , M,i5... , I:; I she; par !, .Ii i . : i !- Wuiia.ur'.'li. New Vork V" it i-;. T.e !, j r , t.ir::i,c-t ! ; :eant K y e, N J , J I K A i!-. rsiK ,. t 'tir.e! K' . i r New York.,.. f. ' l.a --.in-nar.t V i ,..Vftn. i .!! : ci.iumi'la.. : ; Th1- c-Hrhlt:1 t am was w..: by th- iirr-t team cf the S- coiid troop. Pli!SadcJph:a ; t';t- cav.siry. wit-i a t-itirl of out of a 1 ;.o?!b!e :.ji; S.,':,!itm A. of N.-w ot K. ! v. is econ i with S. K.fHj New J. . y . troop's t : : team, third, with ."v ' Fiss-t ; N'W JeJ S.-y t.' oop . Kd rH. I t-aTTI, fOtlfth. 1 :: : ', S :. i New J t ;. tr-op, tif t n. i ith a,-;d ec,ind team of the Second . tr-top, Philadelphia city cavalry, irUth. i w : t it -' 7-. PALEN A. CN J.INE AGAIN, j Ready to Tackle Ail Strong Te?m, ; th; Brighten Tigers Will Be Seen j Under New Name. j Tie-Talon A. C n fm-ponnd team or j Alb-i'iieny, has organized for tin- -;wm and -.Vi'f -ts to have a istrmtir team. !'!. will ! the team's fecond s a-on n to--i.'i idiron. last year belri,,- known as tti ! l.ilKision Tlfter. when It icave a roo-I ac coant of il;e !f. losing .nlv one jraine, i the ch.iin;don Wittrners defeating therni In the !ti.t panic of the ffasai:, All t last year's men will lie fouiid tit th -if ohlpiac-s, aiotiK with several new men. '; iiinohrf them beiriK Kinir. "ie fast end of : last, (-f' Zancr A. Thomas, of r " i - f Verona Indians, and Ken Coombs, of last se-1-..-n s Iron City A. C. John Mcloii- o-.ikIi. an eld i-idfejre player, will cnaci; ! the team, and judging from th,:; talent j bo haw to s-dect from, will h.ave on or 1 the tdrohoef ro-.niind teams in Western! i'ennsvlvunia. Suitable Kroundr have ! lieen F! liryt - cl. 1,,-uker special n'eimk I 1 ;i t-rs cured and are now beirtct put in hs o'.ndition by l?ort Pah n. t!i of the team. There will bo a mot tin- this afternoon at -nt Hotel Pnlcn and tho following sic reiiucsted to be on ban 1 tir.niit.tlv: N.-whart, Klliot, Ctirtln. lUiinehart. K'ch. Zolsky. Fan";! 1. rot hers. Kins?, Thoninst, P. O'Brien. W. '1'Hrien. Thompson, Fiirnty. Clark. CiKiiiihs, Iievcreaux, Miirttiiri, Keiy nnd Flyiin. The manaxer vviml" l!k l" ''car from the following l4ms for games nt home or abroad: Sycamore, .M ,1. Ilrnwr.s, Irwin City, DuiHichih. Tnretiturn Timers and SewU-kley. It would like in opi ri the season with tho Dm jitcsrn s. For Kinoes nrtilress 1 . J. ,w i 'onoiiK ii, lirigntoa load Allegheny. Ten Eyck an Easy Winner. ALEXANDRIA HAT. N. Y. , Si pt. 3. .Linn ! A. Tin Eyck Won the single scull chani-.lon-lilp of the Eastern Staff r here to-day. villi W. J. llenl'-v, of Syracuse, second; S. J. Ibtiliy, of SvracuM-. the New Yolk State champion, third, and Fred Warner, of Oneida Lake, fourth. The course was tvo relies. HaHv In the contest T n Eyck showed his rui.erlorit v bv ruliinK awny from the it her c onteatanls. and he crns.-ed the I several lengths ahtad of W. J. lienley. Weists Have an Easy Snap. The J. M. Weists di feated the Moon Run A- C hy the scorn of 37 to 5. The all-around plavlns "f the Welst team was the feature. J. M Welst 1 2 12 1 5 5 017 15 I .Moon Run- 2 00 0 03000646 liatti ri'-s (Iraliani and Lynch; Antaler, Tnjlor and Hauck. . Vat:on Is a Wise Man. ;LAS30W. Scot land. Sept. 3. George L. VCat.son, the yacht ilesiBner. has positively coM.'.eii riot to rli sipn a new challerifter for the America's cup, givinft lll-hcalth as the C-liiSC. No Races at Brttnots Island. ! There were no matinee rc.-'.ep p.t Brunots i Island yesterday on account of the rain. REVIEW OF . ATHLETICS. WORLD'S FAIR OLYMPIC GAMES THE CENTER OF TION LAST V ATTRAC-EEK. v MANY NEW RECORDS MADE. The Marathon Crc;s Country R3 Proves to Be the Most Exhausting Ever Held. AMERICAN ATHLETES SUPREME. The prediction that the Olympic games of Vm would prove beyond cavil l he supremacy of the American athlete in all branches of rack and ileid sports .as been amply iiTrtliled by the results of the trials oi skiH held during the past week in the stadium at the World's Fair grounds in St. Louis. The Ireaxing of world's and Oylmpic records began on the first day of the meet and the story day by uay has been serial, having for l.s realms tne fchatterinj? of what were thought at the time tney weie made to be invincible marks, 'liie Americano naye led jn the onslaught, bu. in one or iwo cubes foreigners took a nand in the good wurK. The latter betia 10 hv lar ui---ciass-ed by the nome talent, ui tinviiig ail circaiiis-iances, cuen as cUiua'uu conditions, etc., lnta t.-oa-?iilerjLtn. it, toii" itw-U; lias been at least treultaoie. .1 loi-tcasi oi want tne week was to buns loiin c.me in the very nist nt-m on jbonuay, tne opening day, wi.co Arcme lialin. v-f jiilauKC, 111 tue imal iical of ll;e tiO-iiieu-r run, ciu.u.u l::e wm .us r-coit of i secouus hat. the saii.c time tiia also been niaoe in two ct tne mat m a is, l iie nrst tiympie recora ;o oe t-roKt n was tnat for tne i-j-pitaiu nanunei' tnrow. in tins event jaim r iuiiaau, tio-.j. r, inaiie -i throw ot 1A icel "i aicii, i. diiiiii ins I' cord, uiaue at i'aiis in iJ, iy i mi ui-i. i r,t cy.ii.p!c nrnitii lor tne fc landing uroau jump was uiso ik.hii uy t. . At. liihj;, ot ,iuhii!i:H, H-iiip and hia iif-uies wt i f uen lov.ticu by iy .!"'. t-i .Ne w i,ori:, v. no piacc-a the murk at ii ieri ira iK S. tirvaniii ti.jj wot Hi S l ec- oi.i oi il I' ei i inches, irr 'the iifi-nii-lr-r i an on ti.e ;.aint- tiy rlai ry iiii.iiiail, ot t-w l-itK, ci:ppe.i i-. os a reeonu tiom tne record made by Al. Vv. Lons at tiie t ans ganiesi in !:, nis time beiiiK c -.. lomis, u.e rr?uit l ibe uay s viertv ws tne nreak.iiii of two worm's H-intda, -ti- equaling el anotser and tne iower.ii; ot sooth! r .iyapv ivcorti. iusi:y s nuen over to the Marathon tce, that iotiK i-,eurtrenuiiig grind d ab,,ut 'ih miieB over tountry luads, pave.t s'.rt-tts. up.httl ami twn oa.e, aid to h- one i t the se m-st tests til mans enuurance evi-r tus ituted in alti-ietiv. it was ttie tmru race ot its kind beid jilace the time of the classic Green aim? and the first ever neld on American Miii. J-or U:r latter icason. tne victoiy ot i linrcai J. Ilicxs. ot Cauttmuge, iwwi., was pirticuiariy gta iiying lo his liiiow- uut i men. Asoert J. c.ii t y, oi Chicago, ws CiiiiJ and A, L. l.ewton, oi lor City, rtusfcii th l:n? in tnird po.si-tl.in. '1 be winders tune of 3 Hours arid i' ruin Hies ta-i mnio.st half on hour tiouer thai-, tnnt m.aic t-y Louey, trt wu-mr ot tne race at Atoms in and that of 'irato. who won .it Paris In a. was u-iOu.fWiiy tlu lo the tiiiil-cuiiy ot iin- cutfe !a.il to be tilt ardMi 1 i.e-t.dl.l'.e ' l.e tiifee. 'I bo iraik and fte.d (aim a w cgain t.is-n nj on v eancsd.iy a.hd as-'in iii : oo-i.'.i.it a.s ilol.d the ghauer'titf of old icioti.s i ne. world re.-ord m broken ,-id toree Olympic reiirtts went by me l-iard, t.-o- ia'.ue:s noi;.)f to two Aiiiei.cai-.s and a - k In audttejn, ana her Wo.-td s record was hrnKf-R, but owu-j to n jm-!. i tu:;.ti no t,i, iu tlie time wiii not be i -coizeo as oiticiai. i his was in the v't-iia a r tiur2l.-. wiiicb M. L. iiii.man. t l Ni York, won in 3 seconds flat, the e.i-e w.. on.- of the most excilit! vf tn tic. k and he winner Mas bard pressed nd ibe way. in the excitement, libituan KtiocKe.i tne barrn r off tne lust nuiu.e an 1 u was tor t lts reason that the ltcord not be allowed. Ha. ph Kose, tl.e MS niKan ua.v rMty giant, jrirrij ly ioyt-u with ui- Olympic ana world's m or Is in t;i. i"e;.,ijhd ,-hot put. His lirst threw pit Ir.- Olympic record to the bad nd mint; wiihiti twu incites vt tniualin tne world's rcufd. On his Udid throw h - i ail previous puts by hur.i..s tho f.i"t f' et t inches. Ihe previous tcc-ei 1 v,j, i i .- t z m-be;. i he Olympic it--1 itl for the ;'--neter run was broKen by At' Lie Haltn. who, in the tinal heat. iiu; id) .1.-". net oud. 3-5 of a second l'-t. r than ilK- previous tinn.-. PcrikKs K-k.o. uf a then, tJrcece, cmidie,y out- iav-- d hut compe-titor in luting the bar-bib and broke the Olj nipic reiorn. uhicii ir ah- veardfl as the worlds iccora. iU-i i i.itijn uiiirs had the irri-atcsl difli- uity l.ttir.s IVi pound', which tiie Un-i k rix.-iMi-ii cs a imn nothing. At'Ur hi.i rivals ha-.i oroppeil out, K.-koitsisi ivcr.t att.-r the tRi.r'd s recti ro, b Id by Juntien, of the i ' .pcnhaK'-n Atbi: t:c clui, whU h jis in.rd- at the Atticrw xiimi in i. Hu hit attempt was ."Ui-iu-saii, hi; hft-niK a v eisht of fui 1'onnJs. four ounces more ta.,!, tin :aric nad in-notlateu A.'m-iii.i.n swi pt the boarj H i hurs-'biy K-un. i and onv worid g and thne '. : pi ii.t-oiU: were broku. '1 lie feat-'tri oi the day w a the classic discus torov.-. In th:n rv. m SI. J. M.criu ui, , i Nov. Y orii. burLd the metal uic a dis-tan.e of Z2 fee: even. His It-ct Is a, I ti.e more r i ;:t arka ule from the fact that when t h d'.M-u was wf h,-hcd, iinut-cUiaiviy after tin t-1 'i d-brt-nklnn' throw, it was tounu t l.- on -ciKisth ot an t-uticc ever wrig'ut. Th-.- -J".i-;iii . t run pmv.-d to be otu- id liie KIi ,luI iacl iT the v.eeK and rcMilted in the lowering of tiie oSympdc record I y i on. is. me winner t.enn- James li. I .iKiiti-o.lv. ni i hn- ici'. 1 h( next reooiu ! lc lie Mra'Ileit Wl.-l t fie Olvm !'. fleuri.s tnr ill - r..ttiiiiitft I -.road jump. Tills vent was v, "i'!.y .Mu'li.-it-l Pritif.t-in. of New Vork. w ii j iidd d i.'-s inches to the reci.nl inane by A. C. Kracnzblti. of the I'nivi rsity o4 I 'i ! ri l i. r-io . nt the Karnes at I'aris in i'ii. Kroetizi. In'p olvmptc rei-ord for toe '-meter hurdle w,-m hS-d smio-heil ti t':c -t:n 1 i by il. 1.. f lltl'niHii, who crnf?ai U.e ii;n a wmrn ; In 2-1 3- rccotids. A Miinni.iry ei th nuet. cxehtKivo of voir ni.je j. jjiu;-i-.i, shows that of the CJ e, pt ,, Ann ncann -np: tired -4 iirt.i.s, 24 .-,,! -ill. -.'.i thirds and 23 fourths. Sevcr-ii ' f the o.hi r piisiti..ti wen- won by '.in-,i.;,ui 4i;h!etc,. leivlnsr ;i very poor '!' ins for ;he ff-ndaneis. A summary hy tit;ti..iniUn s I sivi.il herewith: Atrtr-'c.in, Jl ttrsts. 21 t cotuls, 2; tlii.do :3 l-iiiiiii; Irci.ind, 1 nrst anil 1 set-c!nd. G-tm.tuy, 1 nrst and 1 third; Httjti.trv. I fc,i:i i and fiuitth--,: Canada, 1 "iirst. 2 .c.-oiai;., i third iit.il 1 fourth; AustiaU.i. 1 Iwurtlt, Greece. 1 nrst. No Decision at Scottdale. S-ruTTMAI.K. si t. S.-tytpeciab.-The Frbk r;d West Newton teams pluyed to a tie In five Imstrits thh? afternoon In the rain. West New-t or. ismite three ruo.- in the first, but after tii.it i on'. I not touch Wirptns. In the first lUonor not to lir-it lm ti-ils. ntnl in third on a wild thi u by Moreinnd nnd scored the tietng run cl lln-h's ttnclc. The features of the game were the ileliltntf of the Fn ks and the large number ot strik'-outs in live innlnns. I'l l. I: 110 0 1 t 5 yS'c.t Newton 3 0 0 0 0 :t K 3 Hatter!. .- -Wipirins and I'ulni-r; Lous. Cham. !). rtt and ilo.-tlatid. Signal Men to Have Outing. Signal's prime with the i?wbavale A. C. was j-o.-t potied until next Satui-Jay, owIiib to the ram. which fell Just befoi,.. the K-une was to bo called. Labor day Slsiial will hold their ar.t.ual fold day ut the Swissvale basehall pink, nnd of the many events to take place on that day, and the one most Interest is taken in. will be the ball g.ime in which l'.li' Hashes' ftir orKrefnittnn meets the Sig-nala Tor a handsome prize. The same is called d i- :':S0 a. in. to permit the other sports to tai.e f.'u -e. As both teams are evenly matched ii seed game can be looked for. Fairbanks at East Liverpool. The Fairbanks are scheduled to meet the East Ends, of East Liverpool, nt the latter place, in two (tames Labor day. Donley. Morse and Nix will do the twirling for the Germans with Uraher doiriR the receiving. Tho follow-Sort players are requested to report at the Ft. Wayne station. Federal street. AlloRheny, not later than 3:45 Monday morning: Dialler, Donley. Morse. Nix, Corripan, Pelffcr. Mangold. I'urdy. Dardelmr, Lippert. Hoellerman and V.'elier. Warren Races Called Off. WARREN. O.. Srpt. 3 Special. -Owlmj to th.i niuridy and unsafe condition of the track tin.- rac-H that were iostpon'.d from Friday-were called olf th.is nairi'inir an 1 the money awEir.l; il in accordance with the heats wen. Elgin Butter. Kf.GTN, 111., Sept. X On the board of tra.l" to-day butter was quoted unchanged at 19c a pound. Sales in the district for tne wceis. were liiu.iw pounus COUNTY LEAGUE TEAMS IDLE. PreEident Ralph McGough Returns and Is Again at the Helm. The County league-teams were I31e on account of ral.i. President Ralph McGough arrived the early part of the week from his trip in the mountains and asaln has taken charge of the league's affair?. He -regrets very much the poor support some of the managers gave the actins president in running the league. STANDING OF THE CLl'BS. W. L. Pet. V. L. Pet. Gorc'on 13 1 .SiO East End.,., irt 9 .128 Nunnery H. 10 8 .K6 ZarewlH.... 11 14 .410 Lajolc 10 .E26N.Braadock a .20J SCHEDPLE FOR TO-MORROW. Nunnery Hill at East End; Lajoies at McKeesport. Two games at eacii place. . Frceport Fails to Scoro. OIL CITY, Pa., Sept. 3. (Special.) Tho O'.l Weli Supply team Fhut out Frecport to-oay in a game devoid of sensations. The lidding of the visitors was ragged. Hasslc'.t struck out 31 men. Score: 'fe1 r! a.p.A.E.j o c. n. KpJTe. Burkctt. 1..0 Muson, I 0 Cn.isal. r.. 0 D.G'Kan. 3.0 Sheridan, c.O O (Ian. 1.0 Nolan, m...O In!T. a 0 J'hnston, p.O Iteed 0 1 McLane, 3...1 3 SIH.Ben't. ml 1 0:Parham. r..l 1 JiF.Benn't. 1..0 1 liHaswtt, p...l 1 1 -J-well. 2 liM'Mahon. 1.3 3 0-Geonje, c 2 0 OiHarmon, 2..1 0 Oj 2 1 0 0 0 11 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 n 2 1 -1 T-.ta7s 0jl2l5 9i Totals ...12 12 27 9 3 Frecport .0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0 t Oil Citv 0 2 0 2 0 8 0 0 '12 Struck out By Hassett 11. by Johnston 3 Two-base hits D. Gahagan. McLane. Jewel!. Stolen base? McMahan, H. Ben-n"tt. McLane. Double plays Harmon and F. Bennett. Base on balls Cassell. . Gahagan, Doff. If. Bennett. Sacrifice hit Ge'irse. Hit bv pitched ball George. Jj. Gahagan. Umpire Meade Poeterfield. Irwin M2kes a Grcst Finish. IRWIN, Pa., Sept. 2 Special.) Irwin won a game from Pitcalrn this afternoon that rhc visitors had ail but sof.ed up at the ml of th seventh Inning-, with the score S to 2 In fiver of Pitcairn. the locals In the la.-H two inning hit Wallace hard an 1 almo: t at wl'i. and turned almost certain defeat into victory. Score; IRWIN. R.B.P.A.EI PIT. R.B.P.A."E. Fulton, f . 0 0 2 2 1: Rorst. 3 0 1 1 2 0 i Taylor. 1.2 2 3 0 0i Stromer, c.O Oil 00 steiner. m i z 3 o 0! nloztcr. 2 1110 Murkrr. c..3 2 5 2 0 Mattem. r..2 2 2 1 0 Blinker. p.O 10 1 0 Msrph. m...l 13 0 0 (Vras. 3....0 I 1 4 1; Warner. 1. 0 16 0 1 Hrthin, 2. 0 2 0 1 0; Joh h'gh, 1.2 0 10 0 Kaudf . 1.0 2 13 0 0; Black, ....2 1110 Turrey, r,,0 0 0 0 Oi Wallace. p.. 2 0 2 2 1 Totals ...S U 27 10 2j Totals ....7 926 7 S Two out when winning run was made. Irwin 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 3 g 1 itc&lrn 0 0 0 4 0 2 0 0 17 Home run Marsh. Two-t.ae hits Stelner. r.rinker, Ialorier. Black. Base on balls Ofl Virtnker 1. off W-aliace 1. Hit by pitcher Marfh. Hto!.n taw Steintr. Mucker. Cerus. Mattern 3. Jnhnsont ausli- Struck out By Wallace 7, tiy Brlnjer i. L'mi'lre MrKeever. Independents Have a Walkover. The Homnifal Independents walked away ith the Crescent A. -C. at Homestead yes-tcrttay. Scc-r: I N Il K. B p7A B. C.A.C. iTb.p.a.e. -t- M'lwr'tt 1.0 0 0 o ij;uav. p 0. 0 2 4 0 .2 2 0 0 t-t-le. c 0 0 12 3 P Joyce, HaKT. m. .. 0 O Maloney. 1...0 v 11 0 0 'L.ary. ..t 0 3 5 ;A.Favr.', 2...0 12 3 1 Kvans, 3...0 It .Joyce. 1.1 3 13 iijiuim, 3 1 r 1 o 0 0 o o 0 o 1 o 2 10 1 o; Nuba. ra. 0 1 VHrce. r 1 1 1 1'iStev'son, ..0 app. 2. 1 M'l'une, p.,0 0 2 3 l.NevdlP. 1....0 1 0 2 1 o.p.Favre. r...O 0 Tctals . ,S i 27 14 1; Totals .1 5 11 4 Inrtepcndents 20001030 O 1 :reft.fit A C 0 S 0 0 1 0 0 O I Two-l-ae hits F. Joyce, R, Joyce. Stolen ! l-sces F. Joyce. Pierce, Jones. Maioney. Bases 1 on ballsOff Hays 3. iff McCune 1. r truck out -By Hays 9, by 5 ccune s. Interesting Game at Polk. FRAXKLIX, Pa Sept, 3 . !?pcclal.) Wojcnan's Beaver Falls Athletics lost a cliifc and Intf-restinK game at. Polk this attf-rnoon through errors and inability to rut Koberts. Score: B. F. R.B P.A E ! POLK. R.B.P.A E At'is-m, 2.- 0 0 0 3 2 Taylor, S....0 0 2 1 0 Mjw-v, in 1 0 2 0 2 St:cpson. 3. 0 0 12 1 Harris, 3...0 0 13 0J.M shall. 1.1 0 S 1 0 Oaf, s 0 0 1 5 0 H.M'sh'l, m.O 0 0 0 0 tsmes, 1....0 0 1 0 0 pciiett. r.... 1 0 0 C M.nTl.n. r o 12 1 P.r.,-rt. p. l 0 0 4 0 Schlff. 1....0 113 0 t., Koeer. c.O 0 11 0 Thomas. C.O 0 1 f Woriey. 2. ..ft 1430 O'nwood, p. 6 0 0 1 (liEPberger, 1.0 1 1 0 0 Totals ...1 2 24 13 4 Pota) a ....2 3 7 11 Heaver Fails 0 0 0 ) 0 0 0 Tr 1-1 Polk 0 0 0 1 t 0 1 2 Page on balls Off Roberts 1. Oft Greenwood 1. Struck out Hy Hoberts 1", by Greenwood 1. Double piay Morrison and SchirT. Passed balls liog.ers 2. L'nipir Harrison. Only One Run at Braddock. The lornest crowd of the season assemb'el In the Ktigar Thomson steel Works park at Hraiiiiock after the rain at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon snd saw an exciting game between the E.Ui.11- Thomson Steil Works and the H-.mestiaii Steel Works teams, ot the Carlisle Hteel Company league. The Edgar Thomson team- scored one run In the first inning and at the close of each Inning during tne remainder of the sar.ie each team had t gcfise t-Hg marked to Its credit. Score: "b't.' H.n p.a.e j it s wT r.b.p.a.e. ;trlshlne, 1.1 0 2 0 b Shields, s 0 0 2 1 0 M irlin, r... 1 1 2 te iil!..ii. e 0 1 2 0 j Huotei-. S...0 02 1 Kline. 3 0 1211 VrecKC, 1...H 0 0 u Recte. 1 0 1 U 1 0 Pw'ti. 1.1. 2.0 1 2 1 u Hftgo, 1 0 0 0 0 0 Moths' ft. in n 2 1 0 o.Ue.naney. 2.0 11 3 0 Kiii!. 3 0 ( 3 I 0 MclSeth, ni.,0 0 2 0 o o l.eaiy. c.O Old 1 i. Leapold, r. .0 0 0 0 ilruvn, p...O 10 2 ti M'tthens, p.O o 0 4 0 ,lirook ni...O 0 iv o 0 Totals .. .l 5 27 ! l' Totals .... 4 24 10 1 KdRar Tti.im;in S. V.M 0 T 0 0 0 0 0 I Homestead S. W 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Stolen liases J!y Prov.n S, Urif bine 3. Shields. Struck out by Matthews 1. I'mi irv Karr. Ctairton Wins in Nick of Time. Clalrton SjUel Works team yesterday defeated the American Sheet Steel team, Pittsburg. Ha In stooped the same in tho i-i-venth innin, with tli score 2 to 1 in favor of Clairton. The features wire the pitehinR cf Uilmore and the sharp ll-.i.iinjr of Clairton. three double plays being made. Score: j CUlIt. it.D.I'.A.K.; A. S. R. 15. P.A.E. ' M'lhlln, c.O :5 0 1 ItHi-lty, 1 0 1 12 0 o ! Kcifer, I...0 10 1 v -i,"Jir.n. 3 0 13 2 0 1 lieeiile, m..l 1 0 il 0 lluilis, 1...1 1 0 tl 2 NVvlns. 1...0 0 S ii 0 liarrv. s 0 1 0 2- 1 AblM.lt. 3...1 1 2 1 O Swaniy, 2...0 2 14 0 OoRley, ... 0 4 4 1 Ri epir, r...o 0 0 0 0 LoRsden. so 1 1 2 o.VolKht, m...O 0 w 0 1 Jackson, r.O 0 1 c Hei'li'ntt. c.O t 2 0 a Utlmore, p.O 0 0 C o, Tieid. p 0 0 0 5 1 Totals 2 T 13 14 l! Totals ...1 7 IS 13 5 Cl.inon 0 0 0 0 0 0 22 Sheet Stcil 0 0 0 0 U D 11 Thrco-hase hlla Feedlc. Swnnty. Two-base hits Abbott, Clcrley. t'acrillce hits Jackson 2. Double p!:ys Gilmore, Gcg-lcy and Ncvic.s 2; Abbctt. Go(jley and Kevins, fctok-n base Logadcn. Glaesport Again Downs the Elmoris. GlaFs-ort ag.-.ln defeated the Klniore A. C, cf Pittburs. yesterday. The gr.me was very interest iiiR and was witnessed by a fair sized crowd, despite the bad went her, as it r.iined through the entire Rame, The feature of the Ramo was the ttcldins of Kinney, Throp'p and MoOlorey. Mullen and Jackson both handled the wet ball fairly well, Jackson having a shade the best of it. i;ia--port 0 0 0 3 2 1 0 0 S Klmore 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 02 Hatteries Jackson and Craft ;- ilulleu and Griffin. -I Colored Baseball Champions. ATLANTIC CITY. N. J., Srpt. 3 The Philadelphia, Giants won the colored championship of the -.vorld from the Cttb3ti X-Giants here to-day. The teams played a series cf three games, the Philndelpiiians winning twu. Philat'clphlans ....0 0 0 1 1 0 2 0 04 6 3 Cubans X-Giants,.0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 02 3 3 Mattirles Foster and Johnson; McPlellans and Williams. Ctupires Adams and J.Iehar. Field Day at Carrick. Carrick A. C. will hold their llrst annual field meet on Labor day and expect to have quite a larjfe crowd to witness the spirts. There will be two games of ball, the first startinir. at 10 a. m. and the second at 3:"0 ;. ni. Beside the ball ciuiics there will be races of all kinds and a shootins match between the Baldwin Gun club, cf Carrick, Pa., and Madiyon Gun club, of Gret-nsl urc. Pa. 012 TO ST LOUIS $12 Thursday, September 8th, Via Baltimore S. Ohio R. R.. Tickets socd seven days, in coaches only. Trains leave Pittsburg S;S0 a. m., I 1;3D and S:5 p. m. 'A2dtb AGENTS. W3 CAN PROVE that our general agJ moke vipr riav: no XDerience needed; I circular teach you the business and our pi er.tert imniis do the rest: If you are making than 53J0 per month write to us: don't wa itamn. ii n it mnnev on catch-penny advertli mentis; we forfeit $300 to any person provti we do not fend free taraples at once on i ceint ot application, with lull Information start ngnt lO WOlK lO lam iJ liei unj. ham Co., R 273S, Cincinnati, O. - AGENT3-J5 to flO a flay selling "Novell Pirn Cnrris" rnil "Window JdSOlay bighS merchants buy 25 to 100 on a!ht; 1,000 varii tics; catalogue tree. jNatiouai Aavtsriiai w Si'2 East Seventy-ninth t., Kew xorn. " , . 313th AGK.VTS and canraasers make good money! In sellinir Linette Handkerchiefs: absolutely new; no competition; sell on sight. Addrcsa for particulars to Yokohama HanUKerxniei t,o. IS" So.. Center ave., Chicago, 11!. lil'J money In squabs; tbey sell for $2.50 tol VjA-J a dozen; cheaply raised in only lour weeks ;write for our free book about this rich Industry. Plymouth Rock Squab Co.. 289 Atlantic ave., Boston, Mass. 1227tb AGENTS wanted everywhere to handlsl "Novelty Sign Card:" every merchant buys from 10 to 100 on "sight; 800 varieties; catalogue i free. Sullivan Co., 1133 Maplewooa ave., cm- cago. 111. WONDERFUL, new gas regulator; saves one-third bill; easily ' inserted near meter; eells everywhere; exclusive territory to responsible. agents. Pennsylvania Light Supply Co., .fnua- delphia." - ' c PLANT WITH NINE LIVES Novel, curii ous, interesting, wonder of flower kingdom everyooay snouia possess one; sampie lGc. Brown. Clark & Co.. Dept. E t free-! ter- town, Mass. AGENTS Drop everything; "Teddy's Teeth" beaus everything; makes more noise than horn; $10 a day; samples 10c; campaign novelties; get prices on fobs. Teddy's Teeth, Chicago. . . 1 . FOR twenty-live cents we will start - you lr rne man order business, giving you run par-tictllais and instructions, etc. Write to-day. The Newberg Co., 20S East 115th St., New York city. 200 PER CENT. PROFIT selling "Never Slip" skirt supporters at lac; every lady buys at sitrht: agents wanted; sample and terms 10c. Florida Supply Co., Ovledo, Fla. AGENTS Get out of the rut. Why not own your own business? Quick sales; large prontsy samples rree. T. SI. tsayman, zm to zu Franklin ave., St. Louis, Mo. 87ta AGENTS WANTED Household necessity: every home opportunity for sale; every sale day's work profit. Write Kokomo . Iron Co.. Kokomo. Indiana. 828tl AGENTS SfMO per month for one-minu churn; greatest wonder of the age: excluslT tcrrirory. Cincinnati vending Machine Cd Cincinnati, o. COMIC and campaign trays, positive wil nerp; send 10 cents for samples. The Hills-i Manufacturing Co., 518 Holland building. LOUiS, -Mo. BOOKMEN If you want the cream of an tirely ne- proposition, good seller, send your address. Address Q 85, Office of Poet. 83, AGENTS $75 monthly: metal combine. ro ling pin; nine articles combinerl; light Mailer; f ample free. Forshee Co., B SSL cinnati. O. UNSUCCESSFUL agents, don't stop, but consider my offer; something everybody must have; sample and terms 11 cents. Bieber. 67 Capitol ave.. Hartford. Conn. -4tb AGENTS SI.. "0 household necessity reduced to IZc retell, 35c wholesale; complete sample mailed free. Ferguson, 67S3, Cincinnati, O. AGENTS Flrst-elasagenw to work, -up te-j, and coffee routes; will pay salary to compersirC salesmen. Call 1202 Fifth ave. Mi CAMPAIGN buttons and stick pins, all kinds, all slses; rarr.ple ten cents. Oscar J. Scheurer, 1 74) West Fifth. Cincinnati, O. PRINTING In small or large lots at lowest prices; samples for stamp. Kiski Printing Co.. Box 22, Avonmore, Pa. PICKERING'S Largest furniture store III the world. Fall opening next week. t3dtsi SALESMEN. WANTED Thoroughly experienced gents rurmsnmg salesman who Is able to assist managing the department; references require! I r.e t amous, traaaock, fa. TRAVELING SALESMEN to sell our j reries advertising r.eedle cases and match I mirror tleslsns: 25 percent commission; serif fir full samples prepaid, or write for par,. lars. Amirican Advertising Co., Lexington. KA EXPERIENCED TRAVELING SALESJ wanted; new Cleveland jobbing house, wit larce capital, wishes to imploy a corps or nr class salesmen; nieh commission with S34 wf iy. W. S. Merle & Co., Cleveland, Ohio. i SALESMEN make $100 a week; best , side line carried; no experience reqw i pocket sample; good testimonials; fifteen tcr test after arrival of goods, r.. . Vi'hite Lead Co., ft. Louis. Mo. - TRAVELING SALESMEN to sell ou series advertising needle cases and mat mirror desiens. 25 per cent commission; s i for full samples prepaid, or write for 11 I iars. American Advertising Co.. Lexingtcl SALESMEN Who call upon bardwt. house furnishing trades to carry our gc a side line; we pay good liberal comn write to-day for lud particulars, etc. Pure Aluminum Co.. Mfsrs., Lemont. V. SALESMAN wanted "for Per.na.; m competent and experienced; uo salesnl our cinplov paid be.-ow iJiO a mcmn; ner.t. Redfleld Co.. Pox li3. St. Lotiis, SALESMEN L.al cr traveling, to eil proof safes to business men and larmel perience unnecessary; quick saies; oig Alpine Safe Co., Cincinnati, Ohio. ACTIVE traveling salesmen; good mel now earning three thousand uoi.ars an: ia commissions: best sale line onerea. Weir White Lead Co.. Sc. Louis. Mo. tvivTFn str.-o-en- exclusive terril perraaneut position; prompt pay; no 'til First National. Nurseries. Rix:hester, N. iJ WANTED Salesmen; . exclusive terril roni-.an.-nt position; prompt pcy; r.o tril Herrick Seed Compuny, Kx.-nester, N. 1. ClOAR SALESMEN wanted; experience recessaiy; cood t.ay. Emanuel Co., Str. "J." New York. Si WANTED A first-ola: salesman at good salary. Address Box 720, Urownsvl l'a. S MALES. YOUNG MEN WANTED who cannot affrl to attend college, but who want to qualify mechanical, electrical, steam, civil or nilniri engineers, or as architects; write for full l ticulars oi a plan whereby you can get tr neiesiary education at a very small expense, and without lots o time from work; state as and profession you prefer; we will send you our booklet. HOI Stories of Success," which gives over a thousand t samples of what wo have done for our students. International Correspondence Scliiols, Box 15fl. Scranton. Pa. S28gtb WANTED An Al man capable of takingr charge of the soliciting of advertising for tn "World's Fair number of a technical publication; iiniFt be able if necissary to enpape and direct the operations cf a corps ef assistants; the publication is one that appeals to lar?e lirnis and corporations exclusively, and- is tha most magnificent work of Its kind ever published; -pace wfil soil .readily on sight; thou-sMids In it for the right man; commissions ot the most liberal nature. For full particulars address I. T. M.. ::2; Olive St., St. Louis, Mo. Boys, GIRLS Earn S1.00 a day working tor us during your spare time; no capital necessary; we furnt.h the itoods free, prepaid, without deposit of any kind; you sell them, send us the cost, keeping the profit for yourself; we rely entirely upon your honesty;, special prizes, $10. Oil. $5.00, etc.; you can get one; if over 12 years old, write us to-day for particulars. 15. Williams Mfic. Co., Springfield, Mass. 9wt MANAGER WANTED Every section, to appoint accnts for new scientific game replacing forbiddm slot machines in public places; evades law everywhere; played with- nickels; finish beautiful; like cash register; rented or sold on easy payments; sample sent cn 30 days' free trial; proposition will please you if w still have opening in your section. Independent Cash Register Co., Department 72. Chicago. 111. THE BEST OPPOF.TTJNITIES Everywhere are brought within your reach by our uni'iue service. We want men now for executive, clerical, technical and salesman portions pitying from $5,0.0 to $10,000 a year. Writ for booklet. HAi'GOOPS INC.) BRAIN BROKERS, , 7oi Park Bldg.. Pgh, BEGIN busincrs for yourself: stop working for others; ive start you in profitable mail ord-jr business at your home; pleasant work; immense profits; unlimited possibilities; full information tor stamp. Franklin-Howard Kansas City. Mo. . 8Uti WANTED To Interview two experienced paint end varnish salesmen; good address; must have large acquaintance with trade; established business: good salary, with Interest in the business: . give name. Address Interview, Office of The Post. S3dts i

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