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EVENING LEDGER-PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1916
CONTENDERS FOR BOXING CROWNS HAVE THEIR HOPES SHATTERED
CHANEY AND ERTLE, BOTK
GROQMJED FOR RING TITLES
GET RUDE ?USH DOWNWARD
'Johnny Kilbane Knocked Off Baltimore George,
wniie jenny ivauiman snowed Up Kewpie
V rerson utiier jooxmff dv snorts Editor
nr noDERT w. maxwell
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TWO handplcked, carefully prepared
(ltl 'contendere were placed on the
skids last Monday and given a gentle shove
toward the bot
tom of the pugil
ist c heap. They
went up against
strange and un
usual and their
c ham pi onshlp
hopes went bloole,
bloole, white said
walloped them alt
over the ring,
was this first to
al!de down the
toboggan and got
a running start
when .Tnhnnv If II-
K06BRT W. MAXWELL bRne Ielined heftv.
y sgalnst his chin? It took but 8 minutes
. and 27 seconds to put Baltimore George to
sleep, but hs slumber was sincere.
Ertle Hits Toboggan
Johnny Ertle, the pride of St. Taul, and
claimant of a questionable decision over
KI4 Williams, stackod up against Kenny
Kaufman In the evening and demonstrat:l
that he possessed everything but class
when he finished a poor second to the
local boy. This Is not a slam at Kauf-
' min'a ability as a boxer. Denny Is a
good boy, but never was regarded seriously
until he proved n was the Kewple's
matter. Ertle war expected to do better,
but he filvved as Many have fttwed before.
All of which proves that' both Chaney
' and Ertle were guilty ot pulling "bones."
They were going big against the pork
and beaners and should have kept It up.
The chances are that the Dear Old Public
would have fallen, for their" acts the same
as before and a little additional legal
tender wouTd have come In handy during
the cold winter.
Before Chaney met Kilbane, he was the
most talked of featherweight In the country.
The D. O. P. really believed that he had
Johnny's "goat" and the champion was
afraid to meet him. This advertisement
brought him many matches, and he selected
some ot the easiest marks on the list.
Every opponent was carefully looked oyer
Before the bout was arranged. No tough
customers would be tolerated. As a result,
George fattened his bankroll, made himself
more popular and was able to drag down
1500 win, lose or draw In the Kilbane
Good Old Days Are Gone
Dut those good old days are over.
George has been knocked out; the K. O.
was put over with shameful ease, and his
foes In the future will not fear his terrible
left No longer will Chaney be able 'o
pick, his opponents. If he boxes again, u
must meet the men selected for him by the
matchmakers of the clubs or there will be
Johnny Ertle was In the same boat, only
more so. His manager, Mike Nulty, wquld
not evert consider a match with a strong
bantam, but Insisted on drawing down big
guarantees and selecting a boxer who
didn't have a chance. Young Dlgglns, Joe
Tuber, Toung McGovern and Joe O'Donnell
are good examples, and Kaufman was sup
posed to be Just as easy. But Nulty made
a mistake and now must pay dearly for
It Is the hardest thing In the world to do
.?' wllh a well-known boxer. The
Publlo Is anxious to see him and the match
makers get on his trail to sign him up for
Just one bout. Here Is an example of how
business Is done. No names are necessary.
Clnh Matchmaker Gotta swell boy. ain't
yuh? Want to show him at our clubj
Manager -Aw, I don't know. Y" see, we
aln t anxious ta work fer a time, 'cause we
want ta get th' chnmpeen. Can't take no
chances with his han's. Who yuh got?
Club Matehmalier There's a lot of good
hoys here and they'll put up a good battle.
There's Kid Slam, who knocked out his last
four opponents and looks like a comer. He
would do well with your boy.
Manager (throwing up his hands In hor
ror) Kid BlamI Say, nhatcha tryin' ta
han' me? I ain't takin' on no tough guys
like that. Think this Is a flte fer th' Cham
peenshlpT If we flte at your club I will do
th' plckln'. How about Kid Hoo-itT"
Clob Matchmaker Kid Hooiltt Why.
he's a bum! Was knocked out In his last
three fights. He couldn't drnw files, and Is
the weakest opponent you could get.
Manager Tha's all right. Kid Hoozlt or
nothln'. Want to put my champ In with
Club Matchmaker If you won't take any
one else, I guess I'll have to. How much
money do you want?
Manager Let me see. Yuh know, my
boy Is a big drawln' card now and he'll pack
th' house. About J1000 guarantee with' a
privilege of 60 per cent of th' house. Then
slip me 1132 for carfare.
Clnb Matchmaker I can't pay you any
thing like that. You are going to box a
bum and the people won't turn out for the
match. As for that 60 per cent, why don't
you take the clubhouse?
Manager Tha's my price an' whadye
goln ta do with It? One thousand bucks ta
flte Kid Hoozlt. Come through quick now
cr I'll Jump town an' go ta N Yawk.
Club Matchmaker All right. The thou
sand 'goes, but I won't stand that (132 for
carfare. You don't need It because you are
Manarrr We gets that 132 beans er th'
flte Is off. Wa like ta ride In trains an'
see th sctnery an we might run home fer
a couple of days before th' flte. Come
through -quick er there ain't goln' to be
The match Is made. The title contender
meets Kid Hoozlt, flattens him In the first
round, draws 'down 11132 and gives the
public the laugh. It's been done here hun
dreds of times, and It will be done hun
dreds of more times unless something Is
done to stop It.
How to Stop It
There are two ways to do It: The pub
lic can stay away from those matches or
the clubs can end this practice by Ignor
ing the dictators and forcing them to meet
some' one near their class. A little absent
treatment will help considerably.
The Kid Wllllams-K. O. O'Donnell match
next Monday night looks very sad on
paper. O'Donnell was knocked out by the
Champion on December 20, 1914, In four
rounds, after taking a terrible beating, aria
the chances are that he will get It again on
The matchmaker of the club evidently Is
sincere in trying to get the best talent for
his patrons, but why doesn't he select a
stronger opponent? Or If Williams Insisted
on meeting a man he already has knocked
out, why not drop him altogether and get
some one else in his place? As soon as the
champions find that they cannot work the
"hold-up" game on the local promoters the
boxing game will Improve In Philadelphia.
IN NATIONAL'S WIND-UP
Eleventh and Catharine Streets
Club Opens Tonight for
Benny Leonard., of New York, will make
his first Philadelphia appearance of the
eason tonight. He will pair off with Eddie
McAndrews, of Manayunk, and their clash
will be the star bout of the .National Ath
letlo Club's official opening of the 1916-17
Another New Yorker who Is reputed a
..knockout artist and will compete In the
third preliminary Is Harry Slegel, formerly
Battling Chink. He Is said to have stopped
i"i iasi eignt opponents in one round each.
Joe Welsh will be Slegel's vis-a-vis, and, as
Joe is a clever lad, Harry may And trouble
dropping his right on the Phlladelphlan's
The other two bouts follow: Pete Howell
vs. Willie Spencer and Eddie Itando vs.
Toung Billy Donovan. The former mix is a
JONES GIVES YALE ELEVEN
FIRST SIGNAL PRACTIfE
EH Coaching Roster Complete Charley
Taft on the Line
NEW HAVEN. Conn., Sept. 9 Head
coach Tad Jones sent the Yale eleven
through Its first signal line-up yesterday,
lectins; an 'eleven largely composed of
"rulars for an hour' practice In simple
formations In the late afternoon drill. The
morning work was devoted entirely to pass
lag and punting practice.-
leoterday's line-up follows:
Left end, Gates; left tackle, Taft! left
JUMd. Captain Black j center. Callahan;
ht guard, Banner; right tackle. Bald
yWw right end, Itosener". quarterback,
JtoDlnson ; left halfback. White ; right half
ck, Legore; ullback, Hutchinson.
WHAT MAY HAPPEN
IN BASEBALL TODAY
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SCIIEDULE FOR TODAY
AMKIU CAN"T.EAO CK
New York at Philadelphia (two nm) Cloudy.
Boston at Washington (two games) Clear,
Ht. Ixul-t at Detroit Clear.
Cleveland at Chlcaso Clear.
Philadelphia at New York (two same) Clear,
Brooklyn at Boston Cloudy.
Chicago at Pittsburgh (two aainesV Clear.
Cincinnati at SI. Louie (two umn) Clear.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS '
New York. Ot Phillies. 3.
Brooklyn, 6i Boston, 3.
Brooklyn. 4l Beaton, 0.
HI. Jtoolf. ni Cincinnati. 1.
l'lUeburgh-Chlrage, wet grounds.
Athlctlrs, l New York, 3.
Chicago, li Cleveland. 3.
Washington-Boston, .calledi rain.
Detroit, 3i ht. Louis. 0.
Schultz Elected College Director
MANHATTAN. Kan.. Bept. 8 Adolrh "Oar-
many" Srhulti. former nnltr ot th university
of Mlchlsan football team, has been named ae-
alilant atnitno director or tna Kiniu Stata
Asrlcultural Colleg. Ha will report hero for
Jap Tennis Star Is Beaten
PlTTSnvnolf, Pa., Sept. a Clarence J.
Orimn and II Mlkanl, tha Japanese itar,
were defeated r Willis . Davie aod Roland
Hoberta In an exhibition doubles tennle match
her yeaterday. The acorn were U-7. 8-8. Chanca
8, aarland. of Plttabursh, won from Iloberls
In slnslea, 6-4, 6-2.
THOUSANDS SEE '
FOR U. S. TITLE
Enormous Crowd Gathers at
Merion for Final Match
WEATHER IS PERFECT
Ik a Staff Correuondent
MEHtO.V CniCKHT CLUB. Haverford.
Ta.. Sept. 8. -The eyes of the golf world
are on the Merlon course today.
The battle of the golf "kings" Is on. Rob
ert A. Gardner, of Hinsdale, and Charles
Kvans, Jr.. of Hdgewater, started the final
stage of the national amateur golf cham
pionship here today before a record-breaking
crowd and under Ideal weather condi
tions. As If In expectation of the many thrills
to come, thousands of persons came to Hav
erford In nearly every form of conveyance
for the event. Motors proved to be the
favorites, and since early today automo
biles have virtually been "eating up" the
road from all directions.
The crowd grew ns the match progressed
and by noon thousand, thronged the grounds
In nearly every direction. Those who were
not fortunate enough to get near the two
"stars" heard of the plays from other more
Handling the gallory wan no small tnsk
Indeed. Long ropes were effective In
keeping the crowd at bay. The two con
testants were not handicapped, however, to
any great, extent.
Club and golf omclals saw to It that the
gallery rules were observed, as far as
The crowd decidedly was picturesque.
Bright and motley drcsecs mingled with
multi-colored "blaxers" In the vist throng,
which, when watching an oxutlng play,
crowded so densely as to appear mostly pure
black or white. The varied colors and the
white dresses and flannels, however, made
the picturesque stretches and hills of the
course seem alive with Interest and excite
ment In honor of the event.
"Fans" Inspect Course
Armed with either canes, parasols, cam
eras or field glasses, hundreds of golf fans
oi noin Rexes wcro on hand to Inspect the'
course even before the club breakfast hour.
deluge. The course. nevertlielpK-t. nnnri
to he In tip-top shape, thanks to the bright
sun and sharp wind. '
Some time wbb spent In preliminary prac
tice. Gardner drove ball after ball to the
delight and Interest of the crowd. "Chick"
Cvans put In his time In putting practice
near tho clubhouse.
Evart the open champion, appeared some
what as a favorite of the gallery. The
ease of his strokes was commented upon
to a marked extent. He played In his usual
gray nannel shirt and knickerbockers.
Gardner was Immaculate In his white flan
nets. Stroke after stroke made by each player
was applauded. The crowd waxed enthusi
astic as the match progressed. Evans's
flying .start with a "bird" on the first hole
gave tho Chicago champion the confidence
he needed, according to many of his ad
Gardner, however, was roundly cheered
as he reduced Kvans's lead In the latter
stages of the play of the first round.
It Is the big day here. Indeed.
Scraps About Scrappers
Or LOUISJI. JAFFK
Charley White not only lost hla chance to
annex the lightweight championahlp. but alo
nai dropped much rrntlno among Chlcaso
ffimpW iB?V- ? 2rw York "crlb who "aw
JheWhlto-Fred Walsh acrap. statu, "I believe
wSfl?. '. I"'1?: Kd Smith, of Chlcaso. writes.
"White's flshtlns- was a bitter disappointment
to me. Had he started the battle at once
In the aam way that he finished the contest. 1
rML ''"rlaJn he would have snatched the title.
5r.?b?lX.b' fnof.kout:.'l Ti18 aueatlon now Is.
did White really pull"? The rumor that the
contest was a frame" still stands -good In
One thousand dollars In cash Is ready to be
Siv'.n l5i1?fiiil?all,mir 'harjtabla Institution
or to Kid Williams himself Just as soon ns
the champion alens for a .bout with Eddie
O Keefe at 118 pounds for a long contest. Moe
arrj..unt O'Keefe'a manaser, will come across
with tho thou' at any lime, sooner the better.
Although Frankle Coster, of this city, was
knocked out In the fifth round by Toung ailley.
In Haltlmore the other night, the Philadelphia!!
made a great hit. Coster waa leading and
forcing tho battle when Ollley crossed the
A pair of mlddlewelghta with K. O. prefixes
Sullivan and Ilaker will meet at Heading
October 3. The following ahow on the 17th
will be between Joe Tuber and Young Zulu Kid.
Knockout Sansom. Ilattllng Murray and Young
Johnny Dundee, atable mates, are training
together and each Is prepared for ring: com
bat. The Sansom scrapper wanta houta with
Eddie Revolre, Joe Ilorrel) and Jack Illackburn.
Dundee boxes next Tuesday night at Heading.
We rerelved a report from Colorado Springs
that Welsh la willing to give Charley White
another crack at the title, this time for any
number of rounds up to forty-five rounds, HUT
Jza.OOO Is all Fred wants for his share, the
same purse given Willie Hltchle when Welsh
won the title.
EVANS LEADS GARDNER BY
THREE AT EIGHTEENTH HOLE
Continued from Page One,
the 2SS ynrds down the slope. Gardner was
on tho green with n 10-foot putt for a two.
I'hlck broke his heart when he enme out of
a snnd trap dead to tho hole and Gardner
missed the putt for a half In three.
Several holes were conceded back and
forth. Kach player had a penalty shot,
Chick Kvans on the twelfth and Hob Oard
tier on the sixth. Hot h lost the hole by
The midget Chick, supremely cocky In
his brown knickers and gray enp, was the
favoflte at the first tee of tho afternoon
round oxer Iloh Unrdner, tottering king of
'Gardner vs. Evans
An enormous gallery crowded around the
first tee when the two chnmplons stepped
on the stago nt ten o'clock. After the
camera men had lind a brief snapping bee,
Gardner laid on n tremendous drle thnt
went right up to the trap. He was forty
yards ahead of i:vans, who shot his mashle
up right on tho flap. Gardner was across
with hla mashle and when Kvans sank his
putt for a bird threo and Gardner'H ap
proach putt was not good enough. Kvans,
3 ; Gardner, I, Hvnns's hole.
On the second, 513 yards, both Gardner
and Kvans wero far up the fairway on
their drives, and using their brassies, shot to
the edge of the green. Gardner's nppro.tch
was better, but he hit the cup and bounced
off a foot on his putt and the hole was
halved In fixe. Kvans I up.
Third hole 427 yards Kvans drove 280
ynrds right down the line and had Gard
ner pressing for distance. The long-hlttlng
amateur rhamplon outdrove Kvans again,
his shot carromlng off a bank Into the mid
die. It was almost carried out of bounds
by the wind. Kvans took nn Iron and
was off the line, his long shot finding a
trap to left. Gardner's long Iron was on
edge of green. Chick drew a storm of
applause by pitching out of trap, dead to
the hole. Gardner hit the other ball on a
thlrty-foot approach putt. The hole was
halved in fours. Kvans I up.
Fourth hole, 335 yards Kvans' drive
was out of bounds, while Gardner's was
straight as a die. Kvans's second was In
the gallery nt the left, putting him at a
great disadvantage. His mashle from the
rough was a peach, and ho gained when
t.ardner's pitch bounced oft the green.
Kvnns's approach was short by eight feet"
nun warancra a I ttle iionri.iv r-M-t,
All seemed to fear the results of yesterday's 1 fn"ci1 to hole 'out, and Gardner took the
Evening Ledger Decisions
of Ring Bouts Last Night
CAMnntA A. C Bohbr MeLeod drew
with Andy nurns. Charley Doyle defeated
Kid West, Steve llrannlgan lost to Kid I'ur
Tla In the third, Danny Hughes wen from
Tommy (Jorman, Joe (ielger beat Al Uenert.
WASHINGTON HPOBTINO CLUB Ilouls
postponed until next Friday nlilit,
. NEW 10RK Young Ahearn drew with
Jack Blackburn, Vt alter Mohr defeated Ed
die Dorsey, New Al McCoy won frem Mon
tana Dan Sulllran. Johnny nurt knocked out
Jo SlcCloikey In the fourth.
NATIONAIH riOUTH TOMflllT
Tele Unwell vs. Willi Spenrrr.
Billy Donovan vs. laddie Itando.
Harry blrgel vs. Joe Welsh.
Charlie I-eonard ta Willie Ilannon.
Benny Leonard vs, Kddla McAndrews,
hole. 5 to 6, making tho match even up
I-ifth hole, 680 yards Gardner's 250-ynrd
drive to the fifth Incited Kvans to one
of his best efforts oft the tee, and he was
many yards In front. Gardner had a long
Iron to the right and Kvani's similar shot
whs down tho middle. Gardner's mashle
was In the creek. Ho dropped a Btroko and
I.vans was on the top of a sand dune guard
ing the green. Kvans was still away
Sixth hole, 420 yards Kvans nearly
rolled across to tho creek on his chip. Gard
ner's fifth, a chip snot across the creek, was
no nearer than Kvans's short Iron from the
bank. Gardner missed a putt and took
seven. Chick sank his. Kvans's hole In
six. Kvans 1 up.
Sixth hole. 420 yards Though down
nt the sixth, the Hinsdule hustler Blurted
right in by outdriving Kvans. but hla mid
Iron shot rolled farther across tho green
Kvans was within ten feet of tho pin, but
he failed to hole out by a yard. Gardner
took two putts and the hole when Kvans
missed the putt. The hole was four and
fixe and the match again even up.
Seventh hole, 195 yards Gardner's mid
Iron shot carried over and to the left of the
green, but ho pitched from the rough to
within six feet of the pin. Kans went In
the trap, but pitched out perfectly within
a yard. Gardner's putt waa too hard, and
overran, while Kvans holed out In three
Kvans 1 up.
Klghth hole. 350 yards Chuckling Chick
drovo the pill nearly 250 yards, but could
not outdistance Gardner, uoth pitched to
the right of the green, with Gardner in the
sand and Kvans In the rough. Gardner's
recovery was dead and Kvans but a few
feet further away. Both holed out In four
ana naiveu it. uvans, I up.
Ninth hole, 170 yards Kvans pitched
dead a yard from the ninth pin, while
Gardner sliced Into the woods on the hill.
He made a fine mashle, but It unfortunately
rolled Into the pit. After the trick he
picked up. Kvans, 2 up.
Tenth hole, 385 yards A 250-yard drive
landed Gardner behind the bunkers on the
right, while the open champion was square
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IDEAL FXlVlILY EXCURSION
Iron Steamer THOMAS CLYDE
To AUGUSTINE BEACH
100-MILE RIDE FOR 50c
HTOPPINO AT ClIKSTKIl DAILY
I'KNMJUKOVIS WKCHUAiH O.M.V
Only bout to Augustine Beach, Landing la
front of Urove. 4 hours on the Heath. Hals
salt water bathing 400 sanitary bathrooms.
DANClMj AM. ItAV on boat grounds, rlrnly
tubles, benches and shade. Artesian water.
Fare W 50c Children 5iJ 25c
Leatcs Arch HI, Whsrf 8:30 A. 51. Dally
Sunday U;00 A. M.
'JAMKS K. OTIS. Mir.. 3 AKCII oTHlCUT
on the fairway. The amateur champion's
mashle went short Into tho pit. while Kvans
was well on the green. Gardners niblick
was dead nt three feet, but his putt hit the
lip of tho cup nhd laid a stymie for Chick
who failed to negotiate It The hole was
hnlvcd In 5. Kvans 2 up,
Klevetith hole. 335 yards Gardner mnde
a magnificent drive of 330 yards and landed
a few feet from tho pin, Kvans landed In a
pit to the right. He lifted a pretty second
near Gardner. Gardner missed his first putt
nnd Chick rolled In and the hole was halved
at three. Iloth made a bird. Score Kvans
Twelfth hole. 480 yards Knns drovo
Tor 250 jnrds, slightly beyond the national
champion, but pitched his mldlron Into the
brook, while Gardner was on the edgo of
the green. Chick dropped another and put
It well on the green. Gardner failed by nn
inch to hole out n short second putt, but
took The hole, S to (5. Kans 1 up.
Thirteenth hole t:j yards Gardner had
tho honor nt the "unlucky" rreek-trapped
hole. Ho brought n ronr from the multi
tude when his pitch was only five feet olt
the back, set fnr nt the rear of the green.
I.ans was thirty feet back, but on thu
line. 'Watch him mess up thh putt,"
chirped a fan nnd Chick crouched down to
study It. He made a careful effoit. Gnrd
re.r coult' not sink his putt again and they
halved the hole. Kvans 1 up.
h.!.OUrtu'n.,.h ,1,ole- yards-Gardner
.f2 1 I1 Jthantage on 200-yard drives
and put hla brnssle on the middle of the
green, while the open champion shot Ins
M-ond Into the pit nt the right front if the
f!': , fa,ll,ed,, t out with two nt
wlnPnf .'hi. "ikcd "J hl ba"' ""Oner's
Mfteenth hole. 330 yards Both Kvnni
nnd Gardner made pretty drives for a dis
tance of 250 yards. Then both maahled
on to the green for seconds. Kvans putted
within three feet of the hole, Gardner
putted to about The same distance. Gardner
then missed the cup on two different occa
sions, Kans sank In four Kvans 1 up.
Sixteenth hole, 433 yards Chlek'a drive
rolled and hounded almost to the 300-yard
mark, while Gardner's carried almost ns
far, though slightly sliced Rob's second
cracked the center of the green, although
he could not see It, Kvans pitched well In
the center, but stopped short a foot on a
hard long putt. Gardner's first putt waa
short, but ho holed out on the next for a
halved hole at par four. Kvans 1 up,
KcvcMecnth hole, 210 yards Ktana's tee
off sailed over tho quarry nnd landed on the
green. It was a 220-yard drive, Gardner's
drive landed In the high grass to the left
Gardner's second landed on the green and
rolled fifteen feet past the cup. He putted
and overran about fio feet. He picked.
Kmiiis 2 up.
Klghteenth hole, 420 yards Tho open
champion had the advantage, though the
drives were equal, since Gardner was bo-
hind a mound on the right, while Kvans was
pnunrc In the fairway. Gardner's mldlron
pilch lit In the hollow at the edge of the
green, white Chick's rolled beyond tho pin.
The former Yale man's approach putt
rolled beyond, while KanH was dead nw-ay.
Gardner missed ngaln nnd the morning
round ended with Kans 3 up.
HN Ist, Tmirsda
tee ap rirn4 nt
1910 C. if. a. class
is pin, tr'angls. M M8. astfc.
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TUCZS'Z- V00 reward and no question
aSSiM' VU?tn,3 J" 'JM- n- Ij.tachUn,
30U2 N. 2Jd. I'hons Tioga, 491 J,
IK RfcTbllNKU TO LfeDOKftOKFItSfc.
TIIR rof.t.OWINO I'KnsONS are" herehv no
tified: Jacob 1 Schu-try, Jos, O'llare.
Harry Mntosti, I. ltslilnolta. that their fur
niture and household goods will be sold for
etnrSR charges and loan on Monday, Sept.
11. loin, at to n. m. untean charges are raid
lieforo ssle, goods will be sold on the premises
of the Northern Mtorage and Warehouse Co.,
1R1H S llth st.
THK CONSULATE OK MEXICO will appreciate
any Information regarding the whereabouts of
Mr, hrnestn Arnsdor vlllaseno-. about 27
years old. of Uuadalalara. Address all com
munications to Joao Itamlrex Lopes. 216 8.
wiLimooi), n, j.
wii.iimion. j j.
This Will Be Red Men's Week at
and Wildwood Crest
- An elaborate program of entertainment
has been arranged for the thousands of
visitors. Come and see the picturesque
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 13th
,,,T?n .l,hoV?a"d ''?'& Red Men from every
btatc in the Union will be in line, making a won-
bohUra'ilrSoadJnB SPCC,aC,C- Dai'J' CXCU"ions'
September is a beautiful month by the sea.
,.b,V,,,nBAnd fi,shl,,S arc at hcir ' Spec"
write ,oda0yOC,,o ,ClS- l T bk,Ct and ul1 dctails
J. WHITESELL, City Clerk, Wildwood, N. J. '
sprino lakh nrcn. n. j.
npiIE "Forrl" of the golfer the
greedy ttrike of the bass the twist
ing flight of enipe from the marshes'
THE NEW MONMOUTH:
"Whose Early Autumn call is luring
sportsmen and lovers of all outdoors.
From the piaua you see eager fisher
men off the Coast, angling for blue fish
and striped bass.
Or from the opposite balcony yon
watch canoes and rowhoats darting un
derneath the rustic bridges of beautiful
Spring Lake, dotted with swan.
A quick motor run brines you to
Darnegat Hay and to powerboats pro
visioned for unriialed bry or deep-sea
All sports from tennis on the NEW
MONMOUTH'S private courts even to
baseball, welcome you.
And GOLF on a magnificent course
near the Ocean. With an imitation to
tho NEW MONMOUTH'S 18 Hole
Handicap, Prize Golf Tournament, dur
ing September. For guests only.
THE NEW MONMOUTH provide
every luxury nnd entertainment found in
tho most exclusive, metropolitan hotel.
Hookl.t Snt FRANK F. SIIUTE
upon JTsf Mil Afaaagar
SPRING LAKE BEACH, N. J.
September 0th, 1916
ATLANTIC CITY, N, J, I
ros qet a rvew starul
r MOTEL IN TMm
j. .vu-r kukkt mrm. in nrrun n
LAn l?.-w .". "w"'
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THE LEADING HESOflT HOI EL OF tmf wnoi n"
JOSIAH WHITE fc SON3 COMPANY
UlllTi: MOUNTAINS, N. II.
Illliui.l.i m ' mmsmmammmiKmrmamr
Autumn Is Glorious
WHITE MOUNTAINS, N. H.
GOLF TENNIS MOTORING
THE MOUNT PLEASANT
opkn until ocTonnn. id.
C. J. Dunphy, Manager.
THE MOUNT WASHINGTON
OI'KN UNTIL OCT. 10TH
D. J. Trudeau, Manager.
ItAII.ROtDSi Thrmish scrvlrx via N. Y..
N. II. & II. n. H. and II. k M. n. n.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
ants ViIm li.WiTW. Vm wmn attend-
A,i"1nA,A,n "d waitress, wltn rood Wf i
"hileNw?S.:U.n",, Si .coTKi5unt
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tnrV. iS JrT "rV ',"'J?L ! 'e-
i - "i."..:
MrPtlfrhswin A. ta
llth And Arch (!
lea mini. A
0li?Jl?i "n '""dry machl'iiea!
tpplyjilt N. jige i st. P ""
Miller. lth an3
UlllSWOLD WORSTED CO.
Kxperlenceit memlera wanted.
k. "" '". 'earners,
who are paid while learnlna.
l'lenty vtorki bst ray In elty.
WAi.W5,K 'H-SOS HOSIERT CO.
4J5 Orchard st., Frankford.
" HSBh.llK fePerlencel white alrl for ae
ral housework; rtfrrmrea. Apply 107 ST
Ooenaw.. Mtt Airy. J'hlladelphia!
Mwr AIi? lv"Brwhlte. xMrTencTdrdo"7nr.
Fr8k5:!.0,iXrebe"nair.b"i re,"'nC8 """"
OrEnATOItS. eipfrlonced on men's
nn-Kwrar. T. I'. MrCutcheon M HrAT
iitn and Arcb sts.
shirts. illllfr. 18th
.V,.....uu'i ,? "PTrltnced wanted on aTtlJc'
. .dressf s A. II. Caplan Jk Co..BIwalnut.
ailxSSlltPi A'fi ". on-buckT.,1
. tloor. 815 N. l;:th st.
STAHCHEIIS on menV
STKNoaRAPHKH with 2 or Syear'a experlcneTt
STKNOORAPHEn. for P-rm. pos,: apply rrady
(orjvojrk, I'tnn Rarrel Co.. ghd and Hamilton.
Tnt.EPHONB OPERATORS The R.II Telephont
I "npany otTera positions aa operators to In.
telllcent younir women between 18 and 22
yi-ars old: aalary a week whlla learnlna,
with rapid advancement i a strady position as
sured, with pleasant surroundlncs and unusual
opportunity of promotion. Apply In person to
thj Bell Telephone Company's operators'
school. 40 Market at., dally between 8
a. m. and a p. m. Monday, Tuesday and Fri
day eenlnca. between 7.30 and 8.30 o'clock.
TELEPIIO.VB OPERATOI18. "local and long- dls-'
!?nctiVp''.n.ce', Apply Kejstono Telephone
.... ,.,., (, u m,, ivouin iui
WARD MAID8 and laundresses. S20 per monthi
attendants. $30 per month- each nnsltlon with
boar lodslns and laundry In addition. Apply
attendants. $30 per month; each position with
noar- loasins- ana isunary in addition. Apply
to Kuperlntendent. Philadelphia Hospital tor
l.??.,"f1.ou" Diseases. I'd and Luierne sts.
JOHN & JAMES DODSON. INC.
Scott's lane, Falls of Schuylkill.
luu.Mi umi, us Kitchen maid, to snea
Knsllshi Norweaian preferred. Call Ardmors
MI2 or addreas P. O. I3ox 316. Haverford.
MAI'LF.WOOn. S. II.
Tho Social & Scenic Center of the
MAPLEWOOD, N. H.
Cottages : Catino : Inn
" NOW OPKN
NO HAT FEVER
One Thousand Acre Park
18-Hole Golf Course
UNSURPASSED eoou YARDS
DAILY CONCERT. DANCINO.
LKON H. CILI.HV, Mir.
TEACHERS wanted for arades. hlsii and private
schools; positions waiting". National Teachers'
Accy.. D. II. Cook. Mar.. 827 Perry Hlda.
HELP WANTED MALE
ACCOUNTANT wanted for out-of-town posi
tion beslnnlnff October 2 next) alats full par
ticulars as to ace. enperlenca and aalary ei
pectedi rood position for risht party. M $S3.
liOOKKESPER Eiperlenced ' nan wanted" on
:esuara leaaer; atate age. reference and
4 ihiu, imr .antf I.
HOY, over 18 years, to assist In fac
tory, Apply T. P. McCutcheon
tiro., ritcalrn Hulldlng. llth and Arch.
DOY Wanted, jtood-glsed boy to work In large'
office; must be ever Irt yearsi salary tH. wlta
rapid advancement. P all Ledger Office.
HOY wanted. 18 years old. for office work! must
be or good aaaress and corns wen rscom-
nended. Address P 318, Ledcer Office,
general onica work; must have g
BOY for geni
education) atate aie and references.
BOY, must ba 1. for" rr rands and senerai work'
aooa opportunity, vs:
In wholesale house
CALKERS AND JIIVBTEUS wanted Cnit-
KempeiCo . Ambler, Pa m
CEMKNT WOIhTkRS Wanted, S union men on
floor and base work, state terms, Matthews
Construction Co.. Princeton, N J.
CHAUFFEUirANlTwiFEt man to look after
horses and automobile! woman, for houaeworkl
D . LedgerOrtlce
CLERK In small hotel. I3U per month and boVrdi
must state references, K ISO, Ledger V'n-
CLOCK'HAKER Eiperlenced man.' The IlatleyT
"llanka and Riddle Co.. 1221 Banom. '
Other C'lasslRtd Ada on Nest Page
PETEY Nothing Like Having a Good Bear About the. Place
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