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1827 14th St. H. W, I
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Laurel, Md., Oct a. With the run
ning of the Great Qr&nd America Na
tional .stakes worth C.000 u the win
ner today at'IAurel Park, the largest
crowd of the entire meeting witnessed
an excellent card. This being the last
day of the meeting, 'society-; turned out.
especially to see the big event T. C
McDowell's The Manager, who was
looked upon as the probable winner of
the race, was third, the winner turning
up in Lahore, while Bounder was sec
ond. The Manager defeat was dua
solely to the heavy -Impost which he
carried, although he ran a cracklnr
good race as it was. Lahore, the winner
was not looked upon as having much of
a cnance. yet me performance today was
a rersaricaDiy good one.
As usual on "get-away" days -long
hots prevailed and to nearly every
event they managed to beat the favorites
in we ormging or tne meeting to a
close. Manager Brown stated that It
naa oeen a successful one. and that the
entire winter will be spent In putting
improvements on the track.
The sport has been free from scandal
and there has not been a dissenting
voice against the way the meeting has
been conducted. The Judges, Messrs.
Murphy and Brady, who have acted
Jointly as presiding and associate Judges,
have given the publlo no opportunity to
register a complaint
The association has been liberal with
Its purses, over J1K.000 having been dis
tributed among the horsemen and up
ward of 120.000 among the exhibitors of
FIRST EACE-Two-jesr-oldi; arlllng: St and
cue-half fnrionsa latest, M (Martin). U to 1. won;
usrues oi juun. as (senweunsl. in to 1. eecond;
Early Llzht. KB (Glaas). S to 6. third. Time. 1-Ot.
CMltoD Dane Cordis F.. Anrlfle. Fed Leer. Tb
nierea,,.iBBnanee Man, Echaller, Koarttaira, Chncx
lee. and Bi Dipper alio ran.
6EC01TD lUCE-Three-jeer-elds and upward;
seUinsj-aT and one-half-fttrtones, Dr. It. L.
owsnng-or, hk luonioj. 13 to J, von; Jack Aunnallr.
131 (McTaggut), 5 to 1. second; Madman, in
(Small). S'to 5. third. Time, 1373. Howlet,
Sidon. acallbor, FathrroU, Ledr Sibil. Carroll.
Monemi. Thrifty. Premier. Deduction, Tonlaia, and
Fbnd. Heart alio ran.
THIRD ltACE-TUrtt-TraMddi and nmiri; an.
inc.' ail furlonn. iTabrl. 101 (Teabanl. I to J. woo;
usee; Bay. iu iscnweiMel, 7 to 2, eeoona: Boss
Queen. 7 (Snider). 7 to 1, third. Time. l.U. Kats
K.. Seneca II, Bra Loral. SprfBrmae, Perthshire,
and Horn-nan also ran.
FOURTH RACE-The American Grand National
Handicap of 15.000. three-reir-oidj and onward? one
and coeIhth miles. Lahore, 10 (Butanl). 7 to X.
won; Bounder. M (Kederis). IS to t, second; The
Manacer. 13 (Bme). 3 to L third. Time. 12114.
tinpsrstition, Carlton O , Hilarious. Worth. Sir John
Johnson. Star Charter, and Free Legs alao ran.
FIFTIT RACE Three-mar-olde and ncward: arm
rmile and 'scrccty yards, -Henry Hclchlaon, HI
rreaoT-T-ra irwi; Juarn; natutnin). u to 1,
second: CErar'lOr (Farbrother), to 1, third.
Time. l:li Be.TrerDer' Grisweil. Pedicre. Golden
Csstle. Ben Wilson. Heldeman. SuSraciat, Lord
Earn, and Michael Angelo alao ran.
SIXTH RACE-Three-reerolde and upward; aril
lng; one and oneeiTtercta mllre, Clifl Edce. 106
(Butwcll), errn. wen; Donald Maadonald. 101
(Small). 18 to 1. second: Warhorn. 109 IMcTimrtl
10 to 1. third. Time, fS M CoL Aahmeada, Oil
buret, Jacqueline, and El Oro alio ran.
fttes- -nlnt eratmi. f ,.
IFlay la the continuous pool exhibition
match between 8am Sondhelninr. ehsai
ptoa of Pennsylvania, and Curtsy Pugh,
champion of West Virginia, was contin
ued last night ,at -the (College Club, M
Werenth. Street Northeast Bondheint
er was returned the winner by a sears
of 100 to t. The victor made the long
est run of the 'tourney when he. knocked
oS tweaty-nlne balls without a miss.
Pugh's best ma was seventess.
Wednesday night the first nlerht of the
tourney. Boadhetmer defeated PugK, 100
w a, at ins ueunerrt duo, list C Street
Southwest the winner's best run being
The score of the match, which Is a 90-
polnt one, now stands 200 to 1R, with
Sondhelmer on the long and. Matches
of .100 points each will be played next
Wednesday and Thursday nights, re
spectively, at the Belmont and College
Large crowds have attended the first
two Bights play and the publlo at large
Is' cordially Invited to witness the
matches which are to be played next
TIQEBS JJtfe fSJXED.
PlacetoB Football Tcut wjt for Bis
Princeton, N. X. Oct X "The sooner
the better" Is the sentiment In regard
to the Harvard game In Princeton cir
cles to-day. The last practice before
the fateful game at Cambridge was held
on University Field this afternoon, and
found every man In the best of physical
trim and in every way prepared for their
tight with the Crimson on Saturday.
President John-Q. Hlbben visited the
field during the practice and gave the
team his most sincere wishes for a vic
tory, but at the same time explaining
that 'he will be unable to witness the
game on account of pressing duties
which prohibit the lots of so much time.
He talked over prospects with the
coaches as earnestly as the most ardent
The final touching up was done by
several of the most famous of the grad
uato coaches. Poe came all the way
from Nevada to see the team workout
before Saturday's game.
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DO NOT CRIPPLE
Eutera tad BoiiasM Will lot Low
Men by CoaiitioM .in To-
SIZHOOSAPHEIS THE 7AV0X1TE
Br C. W. SWAIf.
Business will tackle the speedy Eastern
eleven this afternoon at Union League
Park In the fourth game of the scholas
tic series, and the experts' predict the
best game of the season.
The Stenographers will go Into the
battle the favorites, due to their victory
over Western last week, and while the
Orange and Blue team has Improved
there are still several raw spots to be
eliminated before a championship team
will De aDie to take the field.
On the other band. Eastern "has -been
drilled In a new style of "oKense, and
will depend a great deal upon forward
passes and trick plays to penetrate the
Stenographers' defense. Coach Mc
Caffrey has been working the team
hard this week, and expects to put the
ssme fast, gritty team on the field to
day which held Central to a lone touch
down last week.
The Pen Pushers wfll uncork a new
attack this afternoon, one which It ex
pected to baffle the Easterners, while
the defensive play of the forwards will
be slightly different than In the West
ern game. Only one chance hae been
made by Coach Farmer, that of sending
Seltman in full. Instead of "Casey"
King, who will more than likely get
In the game on an end.
Hawley Smith will nart the n tn.
day at right half back, with Jtellly In
the other half back position. Armstrong
wilt play full, with Wells In quarter for
wu, ine una will remain the same.
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v ur 'HA711A HA1B0K
The missing forward turret of the old
battleship Maine, found Wednesday In
Havana Harbor by United States Army
engineers, will probably be permitted to
remalm In the mud where It now lies.
It was. stated hers yesterday that to at
tempt to raise the-sW-toa' mass of' steel
would Ao sv task-involving- great expense.
There is. no derrick In 'Havana which
could lift the turret aad her guns out
of the mud. Tift guns and turrets are
greatly corroded, it Is stated, and of ab
solutely ao value. The engineers are
now engaged la dredging the harbor la
the vicinity, of where the Maine lay to
a depth of thirty-five feet If the turret
Is found to project above this level It
will probably be forced down into the
mud as far ss Is necessary.
One suggestion made here yesterday
was that chains might be attached to the
turret and the mass of steel usd ss an
anchorage for a mooring buoy.
FEW ELECTION BETS
IN THE CAPITAL
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This Is ths Plaes.
811-909 tth Street S. E.
We Gin Votea Is Herald's ts.eoi Obntest
, GE0VEB HUGHES FIRST.
Ifandsel Colt, Carrying; Top Weight,
Wins at Latonla.
Latonla, Oct SL The outstanding fea
ture of racing at Latonla. this afternoon
uas Grover, Ilughes remarkable perform
ance In picking up the tremendous Impost
cf 12$ pounds and beating a crack -band
of sprinters in the stellar race of the
day. The great Handsel colt took the
track at the rise of the barrier and was
never headed, stepping the stx furloncs
In 1:12. Rojal Tea, a rank outsider, fin
ished second, while Campeon was third.
Presumption, backed for a killing bv the
McManus crowd, was left at the post
FIBST RACE-Bli furtonci: two-Tesr-oldi Arte.
Ion. 106 (Turner). 10 90. won; Terrible Bill. 110
(Oooer). 13 GO, aecand; Chilton Kins. Ill (Obert).
SW. third. Time. 1 1JS-5. Polly Worth. Trojan
Bene, nor is., rnmnce. vouia, worlds Wonder,
Gold Color, and Over tne Sands also ran.
SECOND RAOK-One mile; two-rear-oldi Donerail,
108 (Gross), JlilO. won; Prince Ilermls, lot (Loftns),
13.60, second; Beasts, 103 (Tamer), 15 X. third.
Tax, l) is. csteppa. Ttcomieb. Uadelle, Fel
levman. Lord Manhall. Tor, and Counterpart -alao
IHiriD BACE-Sii rarloncs; thne-rfsroldt and
npward. Sartsrt, 1(9 (lottos). H3, woo; Merrick.
Ill' (Barton). X7J0. ereond; Commoner's Touch, SI
(Carroll), til. third. Time. 1 It Time's Nlsfetman.
J. B. But. Coreopsis, Saleila, Island Chisen. In-
oaoD, asa muutd a also ran.
FODBTB BACE-Slx birlonsi; thrar-jear-olda and
npwara. urorer unsnea, is (Goose), SS.ED, won;
Korai Tea. us (Bnxion), HI,), second: Campeon,
112 (Loftna). 14.10. third. Time. 1JZ. Pirumnti
Cracker Box. 3. F. Crowler. Jim Baser, and Koote
nT also res.
FIFTH BACT One mDe and eerratr Tarda: three-
resr-otoe ass apnra. uosBQeaa. us luonasl. SXS1.
won; Bis Brraga, 105- (Btsir). JSJ0, seoond; Merry
Lad. 110 (Gasi), ti, third. Tiffles 1-tJH. Osana.
Gleeth. Impression, snd Swah also ran.
StXTH BaCE-Oim tad threetxtsaata taHea.
Cousin Pass, 10J (Gross), ssMD. wee: Sister rior
encs. M'tTarlsr), S3S.S), seoond: IzTendL 111 (Boi-
tes), 1110. third. Tnsev lute.' TMek Baker. Jeaa
Lonia, Besamui. ruant. The Boytl Pliaoa, ssd
Ueonllibt also ran.
YALE STOPS FOOTBALL
Xo Practice) or Game Saturday on
Aeeonnt of Player's Deatn.
Kew Haven. Conn.. Oct. XL Orders to
abandon football till next week were to
day Issued at Tale by Capt Jesse Spald
ing and Head Coach Arthur Howe, out of
respect to the memory of Theodore York,
the guard who died late last night at the
college Infirmary of double pneumonia.
Practice was omitted to-day, and after
corresponoence wiin uoigaie, it was an
nounced this afternoon that the game
scheduled for Saturday would be can
celled. The physicians In attendance on
York deny that any football Injury caus
ed even remotely the pneumonia which
occasioned his death.
Princeton Upper Class Crews Wla.
Princeton, N. J.. Oct X Lake Carne
gie at Princeton was the scene of a
sweeping . victory for the upper class
crews to-ds,y In the annual fall regatta.
The more experienced men found little
difficulty In pulling away from their
BACnrO CAEDS FOB TO-DAY.
FIBST BACE-For all srei
Acton 115 Rvane Tnmfwt ITS
Tartar. 4. VO idole n-. T.
Brora Btlle.... T Sam Jackson. 117
SECOND RACE Two-yearolda: nenwtnnen ot
more than three races; lite snd one&alf forlonra.
ere and one-halt
ward; six rarionss.
Tm Point.. 10"
Tale Carrier,... 103
Firing Fairy in
thrre-yrar-olda and uo-
wnue tne advisory marks so In to
day, they will not Interfere with the
playing of the contest this afternoon
at Union LeagLo Park. The marks are
for the first stx weeks of the year, and
me sevenin wee does not start until
next Monday. The men who have been
playing to date will be able to play to-
On Monday those who have failed In
their studies will not be allowed to work
out with the team, while the men who
had conditions and passed them off will
be eligible. From this It Is plainly seen
that the advisory marks have no bear
ing on the game to-day.
Business may loso three men at the
most and it was stated last night that
but one of these would be a first team
man. Two subs will be shoved off the
squad, while three new men will be
eligible This will not Injure the Stenog
raphers to anv en-eat extent
Eastern may get Capt Cohlll back In
the game. There la some little doubt
over at the Capitol Hill Institution as
to whthepor not CobJU. will..pass off
his conditions, as he is a senior and had
several conditions Should It be true
that Cohlll will not be able to nlav the
remaining games after to-day, Ttch and
Western will hae a much easier chance
to win than waa expected.
Central will lose at the most, three
men, and will gain about the same
number. It was learned last night that
Happy Mess, who has been holding down
place in the backneld. would not be
able to play, and that another back-
Held man would not pass. Tao lines
men will return to the squad and one
back. This will Just about balance the
loss of the veterans.
(tiiltoo Qnccn 110
Mr wn'. lm
Yellow Eyes 103
Joe KnJQt,.. IDs
yeerolas and upward, two mUea.
Jesuit. H 144 Prince Hsatptcn.
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Rhanmrn Riser. IS I Dlnaester.
ion cotton-. id Bene
FIFTH RACE Maidens: sll ages; one mile
The Bosrbody .... 110
Camel ...... Ill
Stltertrls-.. .... 10S
alias Moments. no
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Prns Attnorom ...
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November 1 to 12, inclusive
FIRST RACE; 30J P. ,
ADMISSION - - $1.00 '
.Via W.. . A A. Eleetr losUJiroeaCo.
Wound Trlsylscltim Mateslsru Tract; 1.00
LIMITED CURS both ware, on hour and half
,smwr. maains turret coBurcucutwiia e-imuoo Cera
liberty and Leilttrton Stsret
Kew York J
HUM & TRAMELL
CrUK Ml THiCCM
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rerteeBearaV as wMststas
O T.'H.Vrr.; .aesM'Itawa sbjsjbjl
re teres Totes to The Hseead's SKSS) Qawtsst.
I Ways 'the "Sams
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Penney Ele-rosi tat aYedleb
Philadelphia, Oct a. The TJntverslty
of Pennsylvania football players, twenty
three strong, arrived at Media this aft
ernoon and indulged In light practice.
The backOeld will be well taken care
of In Saturday's game, with Walter Craig
starting aa quarter back. Minds, Har
rington, or 'Marshall In the half back
positions and Capt Mercer as full back.
Fords Fires Its Coach.
Lafayttte, Ind., Oct Jl! Coach Marquis
F. Horr. lm charge, of Purdue's. football
quad, has been summarily dismissed by
the university authorities for -"ImDroner
conduct" Horr came from Northwest
ern University a -year sgor
Racing? at Arcade Risk. '
The Arcade Rink will be the scene of
a one-mile handicap race to-night when
Walker Colston, Southern amateur
champion, will start on scratch, giving
oanaicaps u usseu, .uramt Brown,
njiiung ana vroome.
This -race .will- start promptly .at I
ociocjc . -t ,
Mlm Crlncess Ill
Ollhert. ... Ill
Triton . Ill
8IXTH RACE Hotel Kenan Pone: three-year-
olds snd upward; one and eee-elxteenth miles.
Ml Jlmflaffvpv o
Penoheeot 1 BUllkrn. 1M
Amelia jenxs 10)1
SEVENTH RACE Selllnt: three-yeejMAJs and
upward; six rarloncs.
Jessapbarn ........... 105 1 Dan de !Yorlea...H..H. llfl
nmi. .w... iuei, aroin.. .....
Lawton wiclns-... l l ratrlck 8
Mil, NXt i llOlRnweaR
Double Ftt.. IU Towtoa Fleli
Boys Art as Trainers.
Gordon Law, physical director of the
Y. II. C. A. Boys' Department has Insti
tuted a departure In his gymnasium work
by turning oter the drill In a large meas
ure to bojs selected from the 'lasses
themselves. The classes for training
these boy leaders starts this afternoon.
John Ooetz. Harold Potter, and Joseph
Baldwin have been chosen as leaders
for the "A" clastes. which Include the
boys of twelve and thirteen; Victor
Hartbhorn. Edwin Edmonston. Lee Hart,
and Charles Brumbaugh will lead the
"B" clases, in which are enrolled the
boys between thirteen and fourteen,
while the clases of high school students
win be led by Clifford Cox, Mark Stow-
crs, and Charles redely.
long Odds Demanded by Eepubli-
cam and Boll Hoosen Prevent
Long odds required by bettors who
would take the Republican end of a
wager are keeping down the betting In
terest In next Tuesday's election, ac
cording to statements mads yesterday by
Washington men closely In touch with
politics as a business and a game.
One bet of 1400 to S100 on Wilson to
win was reported to have been Disced.
but Wilson money plenty of It too. waa
said to be offered with no takers. Four
and a halt and live to one are the odds
aaked by Taft and Roosevelt men. It Is
said, and even at those rates there Is
generally "nothing doing."
uaas locally are quoted rather ac
cording to New York prices than by
actual "business." Four to one and
better is asked in Kew York, one bet of
K.000 to 110,000 that Roosevelt would win
being laid, according to report from the
The fact that It Is against the law In
the District aa elsewnere, to lay beta
on ejections has tended to keep dark
any wagers, but It Is generally believed
mat in tnia contest when a Demo
cratic victory is "doped" as a certainty,
there has been very little chancing of
real money. Aside from the few cases
in which one or the other of the can-
aiaates was "jilayed to ln." there
seems to have been little endeavor to
maxe freak" bets, or wagers on Is
sues outside the presidential race It
self. A bet at even money that Taft would
not get seventy-flve electoral votes Is
said to have been proposed Ineffectually.
So far as could be learned last night
speculation on the political complexion
of the two Houses of Congress has been
confined In the Capital to guesses and
small plunges Into cigars and dinners
to be delivered at sight or on demand.
Long odds, reflective of a general be
lief that Wilson will win. are said also to
have-kept, down the bettinep that-snnw-
tlmes Is done In political campaigns as a
neage on actual business transactions.
Where, for example, betting odds have
run een or nearly so in certain cam
paigns expected to have a very consid
erable effect upon securities. Holders of
securities frequently have placed money
In wagers on sides opposite to their own
interest so that the results of the elec
tion upon the securities would be almost
If not quite met by winnings on political
results. Besides the long odds this year.
the discounting of the effects of the ex
pected Democratic victory by "business
rather early In the campaign has made
betting a poor hedge. The election of
Wilson, It Is predicted, would make
hardly a flurry, for all Interests are pre
pared lor it. Election of one of the
other candidates. It Is said, would have
a considerable effect because of Its unexpectedness.
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Settling the Overcoat Question in a
Mere size of stock means nothing. I purposely haven't
the biggest line of Overcoats. But I have the most select.
That's what counts. And the models and patterns I'm show
ing nobody else has because they are the exclusive pro
ductions of a tailor who specializes on Overcoats and whose
creations I control for Washington. ,
You don't want a "uniform." What you DO want
is distinctive style and characterful making modeling and
workmanship that have made this maker famous.
$18 to $25 out of the ordinary values.
-Nine-twelve F Street
TO-DAY 18 CHILDREN'S DAY AT
MARYLAND STATE FAIR, Inc.
HARNESS AND RUNNING RACES
III FAII I0W OFEI-wlEI $11,111 II PIEKIIMS
POULTRY SHOW HORSE SHOW
Largest Cattle Share? Ever Held la This Part of the V. S.
TELLS OF PLOT.
'Apprentice aHowanre claimed.
Tbs third race waa dlridsd and the sseood section
net ss asTsBta.
FIBST HaCE-AIlowaaeas; suldas twD-yearolls:
nre ana ose-naa xnrioneB
THIRD BA.fT Hsllhie: fonr-maMiUa an nnl
nve ana eoewiau zoneiiss.
Toteoa d'Or... lit
Tn ihv irt
Helen Barnett......... lit
Hawley . IK
THeo COO..... -us
FOURTH BACK BandicaD: thrre-naiwdaa ami
upward: one snd -threeeUtesntAa mila.
Heisne. sr I Mudsill
CoL HoUowar las Swasnonot.
Meealer. . &
FIFTH RACE-aeDtai: thrre-rsarelAs en rm.
.ro, wt ana vunwema murs
Harvard OatvrelKhs Princeton.
Cambridge. Mass , Oct. IL Harvard
was given its final hard work to-day In
preparation tor the Princeton contest.
The varsity ai teamed up against an
eleven composed mostly of coaches and
was held scoreless In a twenty-minute
Capt. Wendell Is resting up for Bat
Comparisons between the average
weights of the Harvard and Princeton
elevens show that the Crimson will have
about four pounds per man over their
Tiger rivals. The local team averages
Princeton Is Wall Street Favorite,
New Tork, Oct. SL In the lltUe betting
that Is being done In Wall Street on Sat
urday's football game, Princeton has been
a 7 to 5 favorite over Harvard. A few
bets at these odds were made to-day.
but most wagers have been made at even
money. There Is very llttlo money stak
ed on the contest.
Font.. ...,, ........... 104
Vmir ............ IS.
MFeltow. .. Mr
Gen. Uarehasant..--. 10T
ward; one mile tnd.serentr rarda.
- B paid tn BJ's Seasoar Galas) 'Oat.
Bpatmars uanciar Association npcoer
rootbaU Quids for VOX Group 1, No. 2-A.
has Just "mads ?U 'appearance In the
Dy;xnomes w. cahlll.
It U edited
- lTariosals'PaarTrlaltT'A. O.
Thwittross;, National? A; Cfootball
twsVofjBsrlr ths Ban Kars, wm.pajy
ins rast.TrlHlty A. C-.f Baniii..
f uaaay. .at Ualon aaas.arlt, at IM
CiOOK.C SV. snOXraSaBSt !
Poveraors' Boarsl JsTsjeis. s
Ths board, of goveiuois'of -themetaii
Merchants Astoelatlon will "meet' at" the
Chamber of Commerce at J o'clock this
arternoon to.oiscuss important business.
The meeting was to. have been held at
8ro'clock to-nlgmV butfbr-ths'oonve-nlenes
of, the overnors,iie .hour -was
changed. -.' - . ... '
Ithaca, K. T- Odt-'St-Ths Cornell
football team got an unpleasant sunrise
from the fast, freshmen eleven ,to-day
after they had beaten- ths 'scrubs by
three touchdowns, Ths rearulnr. w.r.
pUted asalast the freehsaen toward the
doss of ths jMcttc. and tn flrst-year
men made inbnkeys oat of the varaii-r
uaUt ths. coaches ,wsrs Ussmstsd Bast sr-1
By BILIi BAILEY.
It's fasnr hear all thsss hesey-wrlsBt suawsna
come out -of their hiding now snd declare that they
are Inst crazy to knock Jack Johnson's head off,
knowins full well that the bis amok. Ja a dead one
as tar as the ashling same is concerned, and no
oosperm book him.
Another blast in sn ermine: paper about abol
ishing high school football in the District. Wher.
bars e heard thia before T
Jerry McCarthy, the lied Sox mascot, retired
with RIB) in bis kick last in time. Jerry betas
a wise lad, knew full well that the lift of t mas
cot was about ss long as his rents.
A lot Is written about eollece spirit -bat
bow or ether we cannot help bat feeL.tbst said
He Witness Says Plan Was
Afoot to "Get" Boras,
Indianapolis. Ind. Oct. a. What tbe
government believes war a plot to "get"
W. J. Bums and Samuel Drew, of the
Erectors' Association, the first of this
year was recounted by J. E. Brennan,
government agent, who said "he had in
formed Hockln of the dynamite conspir
acy case, in the Federal Court this sft
ernoon. The plot is laid at the door of Olaf A.
Tveltmoe, of the Pacific Coast, now on
trial: J. J. McXamara, Anton Johann
sonsfPaelBo Coast labor leader: Fred J.
Sherman, Indianapolis ironworker; Ted
dy Voell, president of the Asiatic Exclu
sion Lesfae ot California, and George
",. memoer or ironworkers' Local.
Hockln, Brennan says, told him that
he tipped Burns off to the alleged plot.
An alarm clock, dynamite cap, and
torty feet of fuse also figured In tbe al
SOWN THE ALLEYS.
K. OF C. LXAOtJE.
-... n 89 c
, M 7i
tlld Animal Circus. InclaeUnar Uoas, Leopard. Bears, ale. Pot
Taronsh Act By a Woman.
All Children Under Fifteen Years of Ace Admitted Free.
ADMISSION TO FAIR, INCLUDING
GRAND STAND AND RACE8,
Totals...... 83 Os 403
sJ K T5
J TS lot
M M TS
SI U II
101 U M
tn it) tu
1st. SI 3d
Harrjssa. B N
siorruk........ IC7 M 101
Koontir"; J-'iB h
Totals. 190 IU C
Dosoboe... lit (S
Burke .. w w 95
CWtr....... U .. 91
McCarty...... H 93 90
Khtehin..... 99 . 9
sr : 6G
KOBTHEASTERN DCCKPIN LrAGOB.
Touag Msn'a fibni
80 13S 5
IO 50 13
101 109 99
Prender. .... M 109 101
Works S3 106 123
lktn ... 1(3 115
Kobrrts 108 93 SS
Nslley. 101 93 10,
US 533 tm Totals..
at m sn
Pa. Ave. 7th Street
White Sleeveless Athletic
Shirts, such aa are used at the
Y. M. C. A. and all other F-.
trims Regular price. Mr
White Gj-m Pants, made with
welted seams: 8-lnch lnseam;
big- hips and large legs the
most practical rym pants
made. Used by both the
army and navy. Special
All-elastic Jock Straps fft
usual Tic kind. 8pe- 3UC
The Best and Safest Gun for
the Sportsman is the
We are selling many this fait It is a
dandy double-barreled, high-class gun.
Corns In and see our stock. Wo have for
sale the best 13-gusge shotgun and one
M-guaee high-grade Parker gun. auto
matic Injector. Special price.
GEORGE A. EMMONS,
107-2071-2 Pa. Av. S. K.
Wo sriTw Herald 3&aOO contest votes.
LAWYER WINS SUIT.
colics eplrU Is
generally shown when the teams
When a straw, wes waa 'taken at the kslf.mil
track yesterday Chick Green replied, "Wilson.
That's AIL" .""
Bin Fbrsyja rises to deny the rnmer that se is
tbe guy who pot tbe -stew" In student.
bis team cam lose to Busraese to-daj: Tb tTest
ensoach was bund tbe earns way last weak, .
aad when they turned the srrtligM'spoa Hany
Ward, chef fosnd kns sateen.
-ta ns'M ms. Trilling? " " " ",
ABCADX DCCKPIN LIAOCn.
rhaconaa..... 103 91
Harlow : n
Carroll 181 91 B
(ue...M...... 99 ss 94
Tassa 109 111 100
Totals. m IS
Tucker..... It 105
WIraaa..., . 92 St K
McDonald.. ... B fl b
Dummy....... K SO S)
ITSU.. ...... S3 101 109
Totala. 4U 3S 430
SOirrUU'ESTEBN DUCKPTN LEAGUE.
Easterns. I Southlands.
I Berry.. 119 in 110
Oray, .,. 10) ss ..
Martin... II 90 &S
litchocld...... lot 112
...- til &1
Y. SC. C, A. Sports To-night.
Basket-ball. Indoor baseball, and exhi
bitions of tumbling and wrestling; will be
the features of sn entertainment given
Sill. v.ntnv Tiv 4i TtTafl. tw V XT
' Ooseh McCaSerty. -of Eaatrm. cannot see howjc. A. to the members of IU boys depart-
menu, i-reparauons nave oeen made tor
about is guests.
, Previous to .the athletic events there
will, be,, a supper- and ' an address by
New Tork, Oct. H. Frank Harrlgan,
a Philadelphia lawyer, who brought
suit for nOO.000 against the wealthy
Urouvler estate of this city, for alleged
legal services In connection with the
taking of title to MOO acres of coal
lands In West Virginia, was to-day
awarded -a verdict ot HO.OCO by a Jury
before Judge Holt In the United States
M. C. Brouvler. trustee of the estate,
of M Broad Street, was directed by the
Jury to pay the anard. The trustee,
through his counsel, Arthur M. Masten.
announced that he would take an appeal.
Arguments on which will be heard before
Judge Holt to-morrow.
CLOTHES OF FAULT
Are assured when tve make one
of our Famous Suits to your
oieasure. Vast selection of pure
Schwartz & Friednai
Ulwtaf SwentoHtt Tlilxs
447 Seventh SL S. W., Cor. E SL
w, Glr Totes tn The Herald 'a 0,001 Caatsat
WE SHOW ALL
National Electrical Supply Co.,
138-30 X. Y. Ave. Phone let. wSOw.
We Glte Votea in The Herald'a C5.000 Contest.
MAXXEn ef EXXO.
TBIC HOME HELF3.
and will take pleeesra
in demonatrattng any
special appUanos in
which YOU may bs ts-teresled.
804 Seventeenth Street
27 YEAtS' "ssfnl practice la the
as aaveino ,;, ot ckrOBlet werve,,,
and Special diseases ot Men aad Wsaeea.
Means Health to Ion if Ton Suffer
From Catarrh. Obesitr. Rbrmsatiam, CoastlsatiaB,
Piles, Throat. Lone, Brain. Beart. BlooaTandSS
France 'Wins Balloon Rnce.
Berlin, I-Oct 11. Notwithstanding the
fact that two or the balloons In. the
international race which started from
Stuttgart 'hut. Sunday are still unac
counted, "for the James Gordon Bennett
trophy 'was to-day awarded to France.
The. two balloons still unaccounted for
ore the Be de France, of France, and
the unofflds American entry, the Dus
celdorf SL As the French balloon Plc
nrdle has already broken the interna
tional' record' for distance, the result
could not bs affected by the showing of
tns Danoona still unneara xronv
Uiseaasa, Xtrroaa "Dabllitj. Kldner tnseasea, nisi
dr Troubles. Spseifla Blood I'oUcnlns. aVeptloa.
uy-JS4 n Ws Diseases clawT foe Mess
CBARbIS LOW, 1KCX.CDINO
to 1; I to gnndsra. II t IX.
IR. BALIMSo J
J.C.bUI.DII 6. r .Us
on ths nervous system, blood, and
stomach. Doctor's service and medlolna,
& H0ouri 10 WOns It. Ills.
Closed Sundsy. -
Ws Clre Votes hi Tne Berald's wB.09 las last
i .. sbonttnewondettnl .
"" wwawwaai wnajo,.
If h cannot sssnl? 1
MAstVEL. scent no other?
hut send itanm trm Ht,,.a,Ml
It Is book sealed. It tires roll panic- ,
tpal jtC W
Ptsphsoi..Krsoter. supervising; prin-' likely that ths United ,8UUa ,wlUJtst bsnsaeoaeaniavmlwabiete
PlaSHO schools, secona JsaC, asisisi . saass.
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