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president dof theliaratot-Association of
JieTorlrT' wIlKseatTSto Norfolk, this
feHTunder the charge' of 'the'teria
tralaer.VTbomaa Heater, the " strosceet
stable tht, will take part in1 the' au
tumn session or. tne Jamestown, jockey
Wud, November 13 to-,' inclusive,
ifealeyUias been with Mr. WUaoa In
the capacity df, trainer for upwsrds"'ot
a doen 'year., ile. dereloped, Tbe -Pa-rader,
'one' of the, creatett horaea of Ua
time arid trained Otembala for hl Tlc
torles In the Suburban. -Brlchton, Com-
TOonwealth, and Saratosa nandlcap la
the 1910 season.. Nor la he unknown
to the aport lovlnc folk of Norfolk. Be
was here lait fall and the Tear before
and hla boraea had a atrontv local fol-
The IVllson stable Is not aa tron In
the Juvenile department Ja It waa last
season and the year before.. Healer
has not developed this, year' any such
younesters as xsausnon was in iu ana
Aldeberran was last year. His smart-
est performers are Genesta. a daughter
of Broomstick, and IAlouette, Feder
al, a bay son ofTankte, and Cotirtplas
ter. Tartar. andMontror. a son of Mon-
fort and Madcben. Oeneita la a chunk
lly put up Ally with a great flight of
early speed which she carries equally
well In muddy and dry going and a very
consistent performer. She won four or
five races In a row at liaxre de Grace
and.shejias not lost anything at Laurel
kslnce. the horses moved over to Anne
00V. WILSON SEES PRACTICE.
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oaare Oarden to-alckL-.Ths Htlts aaos-
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roaav ana rezusea (o l IB
BACOKMU1M F0I TO-DAY.
FIBST RACK-TwoWU sulasM; an. sad
est am tortoaa.". , ,
KahEn Wtt.......... 11
Kudmanv.. ......... la
item aatolMcu.. -m
Ctaraemckr. .......... Ill
Om sad KtidcraHra Msrtb catrr.
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Kz IM4 et LUaora...... IV
Wt Nbatou ........ 1M
lit Mr. 8naf........ 11
Joe KBfiM....... NT Chilton Omou. ....... Ill
veu Baaoe-.... m
FOUUTH 1UCE-AU an; bandlnp; one mTU.
Alumb............ y0CrltoaO..i Ill
SamJirbon wlJawtrwK...... ......... 119
C31SUfL. MliPr DuniMT... ...... HI
AniMdf...... .... UO I Sir John Johnoij.. 114
Hew caaisMered "" T tr-itrh m
Stawart had been noorad'lvs ttosaa fat
the-'cteaa of a tbe-eawsad. tlM akaM
wu.raore troable.Joe rWwsHirsy,a
apunced that .flra? wanted to show; bis
friends that. he wasn't a Mt'thn. 'BhHsr
Harbufger-lhanjgotlntethe ring for
iue ks"; ome anq saia: i nave no
explanation to make, I owe no apology
tqthe people who -are "unfriendly to
decency. ,1 am desirous .of giving yen
decent .boxing-In, this community ' aad
as onenn i' wiu not auow brutality.
SUwart was not .only, knocked out-bat
be is, still unfit to. fight. I will not be
unaosea oy me management. Tate waa
n prize fight 'and not boxing and 1
stopped It andf I'll stop It again."
..Joe Thomas, of New Orleans, easily
whipped Willie Beecher. Then came' Joe
Gelger and Eddie Shenlln. ' BUly Job,
stopped It in the third round when
Sftlger seemed to be. on the notnt .of
.-UaasV Ssut ? ."a..s. A.. t.at Vfisfc. MBkEaeBaElkAi .iiw.. aeftf 1 n sf - . ss.la 1.'i ,u. . u . " ' ." " l rtTsaT? f rsfJA!
ryrniiupr l,?,, HF FKTS tFeSftf
-ryj.x va ''s-'T'-LL -ZIX'V JV?f
ka?St-S'V"irjfifc.--,j, "?- tottaltTJir
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I OLD PCMMT COMTOtlT
I' ,7'rt-tt-iiJ TA".'r
or "io6aT in imtnx'
lrlnceton Team Given lose Work
out; Beating Scrubs-
Princeton. N. J.. Oct. 2L The Tigers
footballers Here again visited by Gov.
Wilson to-day, who -received" permission
from Boss McClavc to "make himself
perfectly at home" although the practice
was 'secret.. The Governor watched
twenty minutes of the varsity scrim
mage with as much freedom aa any of
the coaches and discussed the merits
of the plajs with "Snake" .Ames, one
of the star Graduates" who have returned
to help their team win.
For nttv minutes the varsity and Her
ring scrubs were pittied against each
other. Although keeping the offense for
a large part of the practice, the scrubs
were unable to score against the regu
lars. Frequent fumbles not only hinder
ed their advance, but "give the "varsity
two tallies Bluthenthal starred by
taking the ball for a change ajid leaped
into prominence by recovering two
scrub fumbles and galloping" away for
touchdown each time.
Ifoaolnlu Pololsta to Invade.
San Francisco, Octr 2Lr-Intercst in the
coming polo eason was heightened to
day by news from Honolulu that a team
from the islands would invade Cali
fornia this winter. The Hawaiian play
ers will sail for this port, next Friday
with a-fltring of twenty ponler, which
they will ship direct to Pasadena for
play with the Weiss brothers' team,
Later they will play in. both the Cor-
onado and Hillsborough tournaments. i
YALE KLAYEIS OUT.
Men Whet Defeated Amy Resort on
Field in Good Shape.
New Haven. Conn. Oct. a. With the
exception of Tackle Talbot, every Tale
player who faced West Point Saturday
was on tne ffidlron to-dav anil In uni.
-F11TH BAC&-nmr-rnr sna opnia:.Kii- lorm. isiooi naa a recitation scheduled
Ins: Ux nmoosv and cut the practice. The entire snuad.
Rto!1. ?IO,fJ"."""" iS including the veterans, were In the drill
leew feMe 'later Stopped by
. naKntfjnnwiitt, too,
( K IflT
Th BiBjbodj......... IsrlDoaUsFlre..,
SIXTH lUtCE-Thrre-jwMAli snd
pne mile and arfentr yatcU.
nueklMtf .. .....,
J'mrton tleld. .........
I lcbf 1 Ai.ln. ......
Uoiuld JUidotnld.. .
Arrrntice sUmrtnoe rlaiimd.
TflBST ItACE-AUowancta: maHcn fdlkf; twiv-
rcarWda; five and one-half furlong".
Terra Blanra .. MO I Lurla. J
AtkMa 114 MlaTaV J
Anna ltnd.. . lUillitbnrUn. 110
hEOOXD RACB-Selllni: two-jear-oldJ: ate fur-
loll Color ........ KB olitl... 1M
Sam llirrli. . V Ardlon.... ........ 1J
CoOMluriit-..- MS Tnc! Hart. 1M
nocknuh 1 TrrrlHe BCL -...-. MS
The ttrafcr Kft
THIKD nACB-Srillne:.thrr-Tcild; lU rar-
W. U. Ford
Item Iiima fc
FOCUTH ItACE-Handicaii: thiw-jraroliU an.1
npvmrd; alx furtoaga.
tr..v lrtl llhn HIMT III
Kwlprocltr'.'.'.r."'.... WrCountln" ...... 1U
FIFTH RACG-Hellus: Utfte-TMr-oioa ana w-
ard: one and ooe-oxlerath nulca.
quick starting, but were not asked
to either reel off essential Disys or
The fireworks of the practice were set
oft by Charley White. Jr., son of the
veteran referee. He twice broke loose
for good runs, dashing thirty yards In
his first and twenty In bis second of
fense, and only being brought down from
behind each time. On each occasion the
regulars narrowly escaped being scored
l tsnlnz runs .
FratlifT D-uttT .
BIXTH RACB-Stlllni: Uuwjrrla: on mtt
and nlDrtr Tarda.
Unae of Jedah....
BraiilUnl . ..
AKTvntlce allowance eUImrd.
- B f Q B
jo 5 oo
v 4...1-..J- AT
Maryland State Fair, Inc.
SIX OR MORE RACES EACH DAY
?TKEn.ECHASE RACKS EVERV OTHER D 1Y OVER THE FINEST
COURSE I AMERICA.
THE AVNE Altll.NDEL SEl.I.In STAKE, Sl,300 ADDED, W ILL DE
BIG FAIR OPENS MONDAY
Over 0,011 in FrerinK. Cattle ud lifelrial ExWfcib.
POULTRY SHOW. HORSE SHOW.
imll.I.S BV TROOP C. FIFTEENTH CAVALRY. IT. S. .1 AKD
CtDETS FROM MARYIaAND AGRICULTURE I. COLLEGE.
The Jlo.t Elaborate fair Eter Held In the Slate of Maryland.
Admlulon to Races!
Gentlemen - SUM
Ladles - SUM
AdmlMlon to Fair SOe
Trains leave Union Station, lilo
nnd 1i3o p. m Dlreet ta I'arV. In SO
Tnnttlewoods Win Good Game
IS ta O Score.
i no uresccnt A. c. was defeated ea-
terday by the Tangle wood eleven on the
Galllriger Playgrounds 12 to 0. Tao great
runs oy n. jonnson, or the Tangle wood,
resulted In the Southeast boys' defeat.
Although the losers were outweighed
they managed to keep the ball In the
losers' territory throughout the first
quarter. Line-up and summary:
II. Cblieu. IL H
nrmtnu. U T
lUlaiUlt. It. G.
IkxU. U .
Miraan. L. G
Fltzerrall. L. T.
Ifatchlna L. H
Hart, U H.
Loi. llT II. B
. Jnho -v L H. H
Airman. F. 11 LUiman. F. B.
Tourhdunu-Hart. Cor. Itcfrm Mr. Schwraler.
IId linnmart-Jr CWirn. TUsrkrtncr Mr. Daria,
11. II 8. Timo 15 minntea each.
I Johnwjo. It. "L.
It. Jorinana, R. G.
.Newton. I. T
MeClrarr, L. K.
llnnrn, it 11 B
Baldvin. U II. B.
DOWN THE AI1EYS.
.VORTIIE.STER.V DLCKPIN LEAGUE.
lt- M. JI
ttr.NrU. ...... (K ss as
IImnaIlan.H. M 00 S
Ulm . 1M ft
lTrodrr..... 1Q ss XI
Nallcr. . M III
Totala...... iS 434
Y M. a A. DCCKl'W LEAGUE.
ifxU. n n s
Harrla ftl ai M
tnll CU E
llrrlnn. ..... 114 12 K
Dorp ...... JS M 8)
uonr .. 101 HI IS
Totals....... tn tJ7 ta
ToUla......'-JDi xo an
EtchUro...... 11 92
llrno... .... II S S
nulaon..... 36 n. 73
Totala. SS 23 SI
It- R. Y. M. C. A. DCCKn.V LEAGUE.
Wwk S3 83 91
Whalni. I(C ix jv
Haraan..... 94 S
i:i.vr. :i y,
Fnlk S3 106 KO
lira .. T7 M
Totals tit 4 4X
Smith......... It 11 U
lrimei...... 79 VA a
MiUrr. K M SI
Vrtti... sj -j
U.... ...... Ill 103 IK
48S ta 447
J tc'on... 78
lH-wry... .... 78
ilcKtrichrr . 191
W nSTSII.NSTEB LEAGUE.
Trotter........ M S3 IX
Shrrrm... 98 IS SI
W Church IS 91 US
Holmr 1(0 lei 111
Jascr....M... 91 99 83
Tutala. IM ? TO
rHatrlr) 83 91 K
'. Cliurcli 91 E id
M. rimrch.. . SI 3 112
MrC'artw . . K 100 7
hittlrwr.... 98 83 88
TtitaK.. . ITT 13 43
WSta'anu . KJ 103 88
tmbh ...... 10 H 80 1
ir-on.. vz i Kj
HatV. 101 98 lm
Uki . M 77 K
Totalv 3 r.l lll Tolali 43 JGS III
vtna roum tnim same for Wblttt7.
T Oeorjt ... 10J 1M 112
iltnnix.. 1!6 136 lU
K. Georcp . . 91 JT2 85
gcnrtheinxT.. 11 92 81
Lit.li lit 101 93
While prhis fighting Is barred In the
District, especially when Indulged In by
the fair sex, 'theatergoers on their way
home' were treated to an excellent ex
hibition between two young women last
evening at Thirteenth- and New Torlc
Avenue. It all happened for the reason
that one of the women claimed the other
young woman had stolen her husband.
Wife Mo. I. bedecked In evenlna
clothe, with a large picture hat. and
bearing the trademark of a French
ner. appeared at a down' town cafe about
10.30 o'clock. Not wishing to let the
"alienator" of her husband's affections
anow ner mission, wife No. l sent a
messengen into the dining-room, where
husband and friend were dining and
quietly Informed tho young miss that she
waa wanted at the telephone.
As the young woman appeared Wife
No. 1 grabbed her who by the way Is
also married by the hair and dragged
her out Into the street. Here hostilities
set In and for fifteen minutes, without
the usual one minute Intermission, the
two women .exchanged blows. As there
was no referee on hand It Is doubtful
who earned the decision, but those who
witnessed the "bout" claim that wife.
No. 1 got the decision on points-the
point or wife No. Ta nose Indicated this
from the claret which flowed down her
Starts Second Set-to.
After hostilities had ceased for soma
time, tho Injured wife not being satis
fied with the pummellng ' she handed
the alienator of her husband's affections,
again sought wife No. 2. She found the
"homebreaker" leaning against a fence
on a side street, .ami Immediately be
gan to start things 11 ins again. This
second bout was stopped by passersby.
After things had quieted down wife
No. 1 sought her husband. Finally she
found him running through a side al
ley. She immediately took chase and
landed him In Franklin Square. She
handed him a few "solar plexus" blows.
and when the crowd began to get too
thick, the husband seeing he had no
chance to square things. leat it."
The hUbbnnu of wife No. 2 met hus
band No. L They came together for
few blows, but were quickly separated
and the last seen of them they were
"beating It" In opposite directions. The
police who arrived after hostilities had
ceased, saw no reason why an arrest
should be made.
Remnants of gowns, hats, ic. were
strewn along the streets, and the last
action In the drama, husband No. 1 was
making a beellncr to a near-by hou?
to get his wife's garments which had
been picked up and laid aside to be
f 7 r' w .T.? r "T.T -f" : AHC-f.
. ' - AjoostaaedaUons a.ts-? -,v
.KtZ-'CMMtmtmUUI, BOfl. ZL
5? --"OTsssnWle 'aaVts(W
Frtto Metvor, 0at.-t ToeaVrlfcM
riUi to 3rneV tyaat. to Wtj.vim
Cltx Ticket Otaee. 7 Ui StVlt W.
. j. J", .Wemdwmrt- Bids, i f
if, fftarttur. wAstnft avoir - -
J' STsCAnOAT CO.
r . -,, I
rs i .:is.
fwr MOUNT VERNON
LssffeK Bmsth Stmt Wharf at M ai'at. sad 141
A-SL-dally ansa Bandar. Ojfs a atasans. A
teasfctfol ootisg aa las Ills-nils sad liwmil IV
Piea.QrsatA1rL2(.U ajn. fCdrorado ...... Xor. T
(Kalj'n Ans. ieXoT. IVrnnartrsnl. or. 9
liiaaiamt Oirrrt. aecoM estan only.
tkltCarlton s la Carta Boutmst.
Ma4ate.likraHK. JUrim, laftot, Imn
is. a. CIKCIMXATI.....'Nov. 3. 11 A. M.
. (17,000 tons.)
S. S. MOLTKE Nov. la, 11 A. M.
S. S. CIXCIXXATI Dec 10, 11 A. M.
S. S. HAMBURG Jan. 11. 11 A. M.
S. S. CIXCIXrtATI (ORIENT
' CRUISE) Jan. 38. 10 A. M.
S. S. 11AMBURG Feb. 22, 10 A. SL
twin not can at Madeira or Algiers.
Will not call at Algiers.
JJAMBCItO ASJEIIICAX LINE. 49 Broadvaj.
K. X., or E. y. Droop A Sacs Co.. Utb snd O 8ta
nw.i Uao. V. Moaa. 417 llth St.. Waahlnrtoa. D. O.
Totala. S23 Ol 477
lloltman. .... 102 101
rarroll ....... 94 91 78
rurmahlfr... 98 77 SJ
Calkher. . 80 IK 118
47S 47t 4-i
I A I n
The Best and Safest Gun .for
the' Sportsman is the
we axe eellintr manv this fair it i- n
Mdimj- auuuic-uarreiea, nign-ciaas eun I
f'c in aim ore uui oiuvn, e nave lor
aie the hest lz-guage shotgun and one
Kuaee hieh-irrado Parker min tirw
H4i.it: injeciur. special price.
GEORGE A; EMMONS,
I 207-2071-2 . Avw. S. C -We
glTg Herald tJOJOOm easiest votes.
Four Kinds of Men
A. Their AttHnie Tiwtr- Ctotirst
ONE The man who has his suits and overcoats made to measure.'
TWO The man who buys cheap overcoats and suits.
'THREE The man who pa) a a high price for bad clothing.
FOUR Why not be the fourth man, and have your garments made
In my sanitary workrooms by expert tallorsT " (
Special $25.00 Feature
Neer In my history of tailoring: have I slven the -public a price auch
To acquaint rou with high-class work, it's my ambition to make you.
the Dear, suit or overcoat ;,arer uungni van ana grei samples of fine
Imported woolens. -. ' , t
New Location, 519 11th St., Near F. ,
A. C. BOBYS,
' TAILOR AND IMPORTER ' '
No BranchStors. . , Established
Full Dress and Tuxedos to Hire. 1882.
, We give Herald XhMO eenteat vvtes.
Watvm 10 31 170
Harmel .. 1 137 171
Ullllams ITS 170 181
MiiM. J. lit: 15s
lAtrx. loi aa is
Hclmrrlrjia... 119 171 148
MUorlch .. a; lag as
Ikon, hue 136 1"0 117
Jpnr. SK 1S3 l-J
Hanlie. ai 181 IS
93 SI6 TotaK 910 U3 8l
Uarrrn m 1C 188
Ik-mil 13 IW 181
tirrm. K7 ri ITS
Ibavn. 1CS 173 171
I'agt. US Id lit
Total 833 854 8T
RhenanL. 13 198 us
Jlcllanarr.... li HI lsi
Eattn. 1SJ IS) 14S
Itnuh.. , 193 189 137
Uanrood 198 179 199
Knickerbockers woo rollHft.
Totals. SB'SB 773
Rabrr SO SI 131
JUKI...... 83 52 S
t,ururP..H.. 83 107 S3
IhibmkT MH l& H ai
US 76 M
BO 417 4SJ
liencral R.V fin
Varray . 101 97 93
K ,Horter. 7 S3 W
Heuunian. ... 103 8C 115
A. Fokui-. CI l(b M
Buekett ... 1CJ 109 94
Totala, S3) S m
niSTItlCT DCCKPIX LEAQDE.
Ihmn 113 95 WJ
sunrnrd 103 90 li:
Mnarett 90 ,78 94
(lonSman.. .. 1C7 "ill 1(1
ltodrtck 90 93 93
sit S7 as
A fl i n trt aim
fJCknoro 74 98 la
J!rlow . 91 92 fa
liurhana . o 101 10s
Fcnttm. . 95 102 94
fcraoaa. jm job (3
WY OF MSEEALL.
William H. Tan key, the multl-mlUion-aire,
who owns a half Interest In the
Detroit TljTers, has left Detroit and will
1 establish his permanent residence in New
President Comlskey. of Chicago, is up
In Mercer, Wis., makiru- ready for the
big party he is to take up with him on
the annual camping trip next month.
Somehow or other Red Sox pU)ers did
not go in much for newspaper writing on
the World's Series. What's the matter
In Itoston? Literary muse in a slump?
Tho IMrate barnstormers beat Ports
mouth, Ohio, and Ironton. Ohio, In suc
cessive games on October II and 10.
Manager O'Dsy. of Cincinnati, went to
Chicago to see the Cub-Whlte Box merles.
In which he was an umpire last season.
It looks as If tho Boston llraves were
going to hae three good kft-handeI
pitchers to start with next season, in
T)ler. Hess and McTigue.
Owing to illness In his family Art
Fromme did not accompany the Cincin
nati team on its barnstorming trip. Mc-
Graynor took his place.
" Pittsburg blanked a picked team rep
resenting Lexington, Kj. on October T
on its barnstorming trip, O'Toole and
Ferry allowed but three bits.
As soon us the National League s-ason
ended, Hans Wagner, tho Pirates' great
shortstop, hustled away to dip up his
ushlng tackle for a, stay In the woods.
While we arc on the subject of dope,
let us also remember that John J. Eers
leads the National League In kicking and
beating it from the ball yard.
Manager Bill Dahlen. of Brooklyn, says
that the old-time baseball heroes all
possessed short pug noses. Wonder If
he ever took a peak at the Roman
leaks of Comlskey and Anson.
Claude Hendrix wound up the season
In a blaze of glory for the Pirates. The
young twirler not only won more than
score of games, but he also batted
for an average of over .200.
Cincinnati hud no trouble piling up a
score of 10 to I against the Madison, III ,
team on October 7.
NOTES OF THE RING
Champions are not doing very well
these days. Wolgast lust managed o
shade Maioney and Williams took Cou
Ion's number, and a warrant has been
Issued for Jack Johnson.
Billy Reynolds has been appointed
matchmaker of the Olrmpia A. C, of
Wilmington. Del. Reynolds will stage
shows every week between the best boys
In the country. Reynolds It well ersed
In the boxing game, and should do good
work In Wilmington.
Pat Bradley and Willie Beecher have
been matched to meet at thevO!yropIa
A. C.. Philadelphia, next Friday night.
Bradley It training hard and U of the
opinion that he will easily beat the New
Jot" Mandnt. the new Orleans light'
weight champion contender, and "Joe"
Rlers, of Los Angeles, have been
matched for a twenty round bout on
Thanksghlng Day at the. Vernon Arena.
lxs Angeles. The articles call for 123
- .... t -i tJ v - - -.
1 . MemukMf Decree, the
"Cerfitiei of tie Feet
lathe past the ;uual Method of taking
an Impression of the feet, naa been with
the aid of, plaster of Paris, and from the
impression , thus 'obtained a metal arch
waa made, and. In a great many cases.
that metal was worn In the shoe without
a eoverlnr of -any description. An ap
paratus has been Invented which famod
ern la every way. and so entirely new
in all Its details that the inventor has
peso able to patent it In its entirety;
thus making It Impossible for any
one to use hla machines' unless they
had authority from him to do so.
He has been able to successfully demon
sttrate that It wIU entirely-cure the great
majority of cases of so-called muscular
rheumatism, with all Its accompanying
aches and pains. The method has proved
so efficacious In the treatment and cure
of nervous prostration, headaches. Irri
tability, sleeplessness, pains, or aches in
the back and limbs, ns well ai stiff
knees, "flat-foot" and Innumerable other
diseases, that we have received testimo
nials from people In all walks of life, in
cluding a great many physicians and sur
geons, the majority of whom have been
treated by this method themselves, and
It is a well-known fact that no physician
or surgeon wil indorse any method of
treatment until he knows positively that
it is efficacious.
It is a common belief that unless one
has "flat-fool" their trouble cannot be
caused by the feet. By actual knowledge
we claim that those people who have ex
ceptionally high arehea suffer more than
those whose feet hae become Oat. Very
often people become "flat-footed" In their
infancy, and in that case deny most em
phatically, in a great- many cases, that
they liae ever had any great pain. Very
often the flrst symptoms of "flat-foot"
ore pains and cramps in the calf of the
leg. or a soreness right under the heeL
These ara the two most common symp
toms, aside from corns, callouses, bun
lon. or cold, sweaty feet.
We always try to be conservative in
our statements, and in one of our ar
ticles we claimed that probably 20.000
People in the city of Washington alone
were In need of our services. The Buf
falo Express, under date of March L 1S12.
publishes Information that is really start
ing, uui or se enty-tnree applicants
for enlistment In the Marine Corns dur
ing February at tho local recruiting sta
tion but three were accepted. More than
.7) per cent of the applicants were re
jected because they had flat feet." Al
lowing that 50 per cent of the population
of this city are in need of our services
and that there ere 3,W0 people In the
city of Washington. It would mean that
1:3.0m, instead of SXWO. needed our treat
ment for "flat-foot" alone. In reality,
the percentage of foot troubles among
the civilized peoples Is 3 per cent, ac
cording to statistics a few 5 ears ago.
snd foot troubles have been steadily in
creasing since then.
We are the only people who can use
thes machines, so do not be persuaded
that some one else has something Just
as good. If you have any aches and
pains It would be much better for you
to come and consult with our physician
In charge, which costs )ou nothing, and
after we he made an examlnatlonwe
can and will tell you positively whether
we can cure vou and the probable
length of time it will take to do It.
Our office hours are from 9 a. m. to
5.30 p. m. Wllhelmlna Foot Treatment.
TS Tenth Street Northwest.
CONTEST BUILDING READY
FOR OPENING TO-MORROW
Display of Awards in $25,000 Competition to Occupy
Two Floors of 714 Thirteenth Street New
Voting Place Announced.
HI S3 480
ARCADE DCCKP1.V LEACUn.
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IeUn....... VU n 0
lorlrr. 07 IW 81
Moore. . 91 lot 81
Haiti 94 87 102
Totals 471 4 443
r?sb;- K4 1C2 .,
Thoroaa-.. 113 87 .'
Koehler....... 107 110 a
"111 97 10S 1M
Miller.... .... HI in- 107
MeLauchlin... .. .. 8J
iwjceu...... .. .. 97
Totals, M 5n 490
GUKS TO 60 ON CTJTTEE,
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The revenue cutter Miami now Ilea In
dock at tho Navy yard ta receive her
armament. The guns are ready for in-
siauauon ana in anout Ave days the
cutter will bo equipped. 8nc tnen wllI
proceed to Newport News for repairs and
then will go to Key West to take up" her
uuueo, - -
The cutler -Is a sister ship of the
llnalga .and Is under the command of
v-apiy Aaron l uambie. She Is a steel
hull, single screw vessel of J.m tons and
her officers and crew recently .were
transferred from thc-old cutter .Forward.
The Miami J-will cruise the waters of
Southern '.Florida to Cape tZaaaveraL
'"Bob" Doturlae. mntVhin.Vln - ..
(-Business Men's A- C,,"of Bt 'Louis, has
sst-neu. joimny-'- ituDnoe., featherweight
champion, to boxjelght' rounds' with
"Ollle" Kirk, a- local oyttt St Louis.
November . J - "
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'The Isaorsacs rjoBdes wntiaBLr fn 'ii. nM
5J?AU?-5i!,r t-.n,1M sssm
The home of The Washington Her
ald's CVJ0 contest, at Til Thirteenth
Street Northwest, Is rapidly being put In
rcadlncs. for the formal opening at noon
to-morrow. The beautiful three-story
structure was throbbing with activity
From da break until after midnight
The Advocate and his corps of assist
ants worked diligently putting the Iln
ishtng touches on the artistic arrange
ment of the Interior of tne Duuuing.
yesterday afternoon several additional
wagon loads of awards were brought to
th contest home. These articles at
onco were arranged tastily on the sec
nnd and third floors.
Tho two upper floors are being de
voted solely to a display of tho various
awards. They -are ventaDie lainianas.
Every contestant who visits the build
ing and carefully Inpects tho different
articles rertslnly will leave Inspired to
work harder In the competitions, so that
he may cross the flnish line one of the
Many Desirable l'rl-ra.
Among the awards are articles of all
kinds and descriptions. There are parlor
suites, dining-room sets, library tables.
circular dining-room' tables, chiffoniers.
desks, Japanese screens,1 lamps, statu
ary. Jewelry, bicycles.- pianos, automo
biles, and scores of other articles fully
as desirable. '
As there will be a total of SO awards,
It will be impossible to display all of
the 'articles in the building at once. In
order, that contestants may have an
opportunity to view all of .the articled
before . the close of the contest, the
awards' on display at the building will
be. changed, from time to time. When
the display Is opened atV.noon to-morrow
the- two upper floors of the. structure
wHl be , crowded with unparalleled
'The 'first floor is devoted to the dli
play N6f 'manufactured, 'products adver
tised In connection with the competi
tion. Work ,on the decorating of the
various booths 'was continued yesterday.
The booths' will be completed to-day.
The booths extend the entire length .ot
theJbuikllng, They are decorated with
xes, whit,' and blue twisted paper.
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bunting, pennant', flags, banners, and
cut flowers. Large palms will lw placed
around the display room.
Display Opens nt Soon
The contest home will open promptly
at noon tomorrow, and will not close
until 11 o'clock In the evening. Aa or-
tiicsira wui lurnisu a musical pro
gramme while visitors are inspecting
the building. The Orst four opening
ays w ednesday, Thursday. Friday, and
LSaturday will be marked by special
features.- Velvet Ice cream, Palmer's
ana university uiuD ginger ale. and V
xy.v couee, prepared, on electric stoves
furnished by the National Eluctric Sup-
yu ompany. win tw served persons
who lslt the building. Many of the
representatives of manufacturers enter-
eo in tne contest will give away sam
ples of their respective products. These
samples probably will be given away
until the close of the contest next Feb
ruary. After the opening day. to-morrow, the
contest home will be open dally except
Sunday from 8 o'clock In the morning
.mil 9 o'clock at night. The Thirteenth
nweei uutiaing will serve as the head
quarters of The .Advocate, the dapper llt-
uo gentleman in charge or the competi
tion. After noon to-morrow contestants
should deposit votes and medium. r
exchange at the contest home Instead of
xae rteraid Dusiness office, in New York
Special Vote Offer.
The Advocate has made a. special oiler
Curing the first four opening da) a.
Every contestant who visits the contest
home and registers du'riog-.theee days
will receive SOO votes. Ever person not
a contestant whoivisits the home will be
given M0 votes to cast 'for his favorite
Another offer" has been made which,
t.nl!kethe others, will last until the
close of the competition. Everv rontert-
ant who geta-a reader faf The .Herald to
enter toe contest In an active manner
will he given WM Votes. These votes
will not be givn by .the Advocate until
The, Herald reader (the new contestant)
obtains 1.000 votes In addition to the
LOW gtven upon entering the competition
in other words, not until be gets Z.000
votes to nis creoit.
Our Candies are much better H
than the factory kind. It Is pure. f
sweet, and wholesome made by
expert candy makers, in a clean rj
aO-ZJI fit. AIE. 5. t.
Mwe glTr Herald 33M0 H
contest votes. tt
LINCOLN PARK PHARMACY
13th and East CapAri Sis.
Day Phones L. 1104-2774
Night Phone U. 1125
Wo Glta Vctea In Tit Ilrralil'i (3 00) (VnteaL
4 1 H l''I" H"tt 1 1 114
llloslrator? and Design:.?
Wnbiirjofl Post Bid. M. 671 '
"QUALITY AND SPEED"
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W. Gir Votn In TW BcraVl a S.tS Caatfnn,
geo. d. Sinclair
11AKKR OS ' '
615 Penn. Ave. N. W.
UETROPOUTAN BOTH, BUXX
Wt Grn Tetss sa Th. BsrssTs SxV
F you want bargains in Hard
ware of every descriptioa.
Don't fail to "visit
ISmICs Kirriin Sttft, 713 7tt St. I.W.
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