San Francisco, Aug. 2. - William A. Brady is going to hold a carnival of sport in Nevada this fall. While prize fighting will be the principal attraction there will be other events in the sport - ing line, such as hor se and bicycle races. The carnival will last several days and will be pulled off, probably in the early part of October. Reno and Carson are expected to be rival bidders for the fights. The main iittraction is expected to be the Sharkey-Maher fight. Creedon and McCoy will be offered a purse of $10,000 for a finish fight, as all at the carnival will be to a knockout. If George Green wins in his fight with Walcott he will be offered $5,000 to meet Tommy Ryan at a satisfactory weight. George Dixon and Al Greenfield have been tenflered a $3,500 purse. Lavinge and some men in his class, Bddy Connelly, Kid McPartland or the like, will meet him for a $3,500 purse. Dave Sullivan and Jimmy Barry will be the little fellows who will meet for a purse of $2,500.