Newspaper Page Text
jTH - - . , -; gaBn)TsBBBS ?5!tSii!IiMTTTit3!CiV" iV,l-w-wwwewwwww t
POLICE BREAK DP
A "SHELL GAME"
. ,. aST, BmT1
jyssie " MVRnu ww aw
Peanut with Crowbar on
&C toe ATenme.
Thraut emrt htlv lnrHvidnalS Who
, - -. .-., -
fehenee" their Mismil dljrnltr on tha
kvi results of -mo dectlcn.cm'into evidence
- - - -A - . M I t AM 1aA-
. M1IUT 7SSiLCrUy, WWII itfH MA W WWW-
Edition bets was 'wade.
B?YI. -t .. -. -
rat ane sp ctacie de one mmcst fnpwuic
small peanut Irom Fourteen- street ana
t ,'t the Avenue to the Peace Ifonnroent with
.-Clel UURUVi GTBW socn, a cruwu-a a raw
rilnflln w11 . Yn.A mtrirt th MMrt. TAA-
tsffland Anderson, who -wanted .TeddV. had
? the crowbar end or the game, ana aeon
I 4mo , a niuon znrm, nu x o oimac-
r , uon of placing the peanut where Ander.
r. , . MM ..VWMA BC W ...
A- By the time Anderson had pegged to
't Thirteenth Street, with 600 up ana z,otjo,-
Vl MO to play, the crowd on the field waa
so dense the same was stopped by the
All bets were off, Brooks and Ander
David Armhold. a Tart supporter, was
er election loser who had a chance
injoy the day after a wholesome ex-
As a remit of his bet with Wlll-
G. Devlin, he spent the afternoon
pulling the winner through an the' prin
cipal streets of the business section In an
.' " Armhold was hitched up at Seventh and
J7t Streets Northwest. 'This Is what I get
' for betting on Taft- and "Wilson made
me do this" were two sample of placards
s on the carriage. Devlin bore the .legend
i 'Tn the guy that put the Will In JVH-
son" In one hand and a large "rattler"
In the other to keep his friends from los
ing any of the fun.
Armhold had plenty of fun. Several
street Intersections became congested with
sympathizers as he passed, but by speed
- lng up he was able to get by the metro
politan police and go through with his la
bor of love.
Another pair who went through the
M ceremony of paying election bets, but
who waited for the kindly veil of night
to do It. were Ed. Schmidt 34 H Street
Northwest, and Bernhard Regan, 212 I
Street Northwest. Schmidt, who won.
was to haie his ride on Wilson, while
Regan, a confident supporter of the
Bull Moose, worked at the ' propelling
In this instance the loser had to
wheel'" Schmidt, who is a heavyweight
of the first class, from the Union Station
down to PennsyU anla Avenue and up
the avenue to the White House.
The wheelbarrow held together, and
with the aid of several glasses of cold
water taken In hotels along the way
this adventuresome pair were also able
to come through.
VETERANS BODY TOCXAIMED.
A. Holt, Aced Seventy Accident
Accidentally asphyxiated In his room
at 913 Twelfth Street Northwest jester
day morning, S A. Holt, seventy J ears
old, a Confederate veteran said to have
lived in New York City recently and to
have gone there from Tennessee, may go
to a pauper's grave unless the police
Holt, who was a stranger in Washing
ton, rented a room at the Twelfth
Street house on Friday, paying renbfor
a week in advance. He was found dead
in a rocking chair shortly before noon
yesterday, holding a newspaper contln-
IhKtnn account of the election of Gov.
"Wilson in his hands. Gas was flowing
from the burner of a small heater.
j: Coroner Netltt found that death was
Que ID an acciaen mprra iuuuu in uic
room showed Holt to hae been a sur
Ivlvor of the civil war and that he had
been In correspondence with the Inte
rior Department. The department has
been requested to make an effort to
locate relatives of Holt, and the police
are making the same request of the au
thorities of other cities.
' TOUR NEW MEMBERS ADDED.
Oldest InHnbltanta Hear PrestHent
Noyrs Telia of His Journeys.
Four new members were added to the
roster of the Association of Oldest In
habitants at the meeting last night at
old Union Engine House. The new mem
bers are G. II. Husted. Benjamin F. Mc
Alwee. Charles Mades, and E. Leslie
Reynolds Applicants for membership
were Dr. Daniel McFarland. George Hel
len, D. J. Kaufman, and Richard B.
fi UCSIUUU lliCUU'JiC I. .UJCB IU1U Ui.
his travels in New- Zealand and Aus
tralia. William H. Singleton. Washing
ton Topham, and Benjamin W. Sunny
were appointed as an auxiliary reception
committee for the forty-seventh anniver
sary of the organization of the society,
A copy of the old Hagerstown almanac
dated 1784 md a copy of the National In-
xeuigencer oi xiuo were aonaiea to uie
association. Mention was made of the
Illness of Cant. John A. Miller, ninety-
one years old. and Robert J. Dawson, of
64 N Street Northwest.
Trial Package Absolutely Free.
n.TffiU Yon Snend a Post Card for it!
If 'you are a sufferer from piles Instant
relief Is yours for the asking, and a
speedy, permanent euro will follow.
The Pyramid Drug Co.. 40J Pyramid
Bldg., Marshall, Mich . will send you
free. In a plain wrapper, a trial package
of Pyramid Pile cure, the wonderful
'sure and certain cure for the tortures
of this dread disease. Thousands have
already taken advantage of this offer.
thousands know for the first time In
years what it Is to be free from the
pains, the itching, the awful agony of
Pyramid Pile Cure relieves the pain
. and itcning immeaiaieiy. Tne lnflamma-
"tloB goes down, the swelling Is reduced
and soon the disease Is gone absolutely.
No matter how desperate you think
Tour case is. write in to-day for "the
free trial treatment. Then, when you
i have used It In the privacy ofyour
own -home ' and found out for yourself
1JHFOT :iMfcw.ww . J tu vai ,Cfc (Ufl
I FfnU-sise .package at any. drug store for
at CO cents. " Every day you suffer after
I reading this notice you suffer needlessly.
I j Simply fill out free eonpon and mall
FKE MCMIE MINI
PYRAMID DRUG COMPANY. 401
L Pyramid . Bldg., Marshall, .Mich.
I Kindly send me a sample of Pyramid
ItPUa Core, at once by mall, FREE,
in piain wrapper.
Big Batch 'of Essays Reach
Herald Office by Every Mail
School Children Keen to the Opportunity of Earning
$25 in Gold Every Boy and Girl Should Write
Their Essay To-day Contest Closes Friday.
More Interest was shown )esterday by
parents, 4 teachers, and school children
in the Rebecca contest than on any pre
The essay. editor was busy explaining
to Inquiries that the 125 in gold is to be
awarded to Just one boy orfclrl whose
essay on "Farm or Country Life" is
deemed to be the best of the many
Just think of it! Every schoolgirl and
schoolboy reader of The Herald has the
universal opportunity of being the lucky
essay writer to whom 5 in gold is to be
given, and at the same time be one of
one hundred to whom two orchestra
tickets to see "Rebecca of Sunnybrook
Farm" at the Columbia Theater on
Monday evening, November U, will be
awarded for their esza)s.
Little girls, eleven 3 ears of age. and
little bojs ten years of age. as well as
many older school children, sent their
essas to the essay editor of The Her
ald yesterday. ,
It Isn't such a hard thing to write, in
two hundred words what you think of
"farm life." and when jou realize the
value of the prizes the essay editor is
ottering, it should make every scnooi
WILL IS PROBATED
Estate Valned at $20,000 left to
Relatives of Bed Cross
Disposition of the estate of the late
Clara Barton, founder of the Red Cross
Society, is made In the will now on file
for probate in Worchester, Mass. The
estate is valued at about C0.O0O, and the
chief asset Is the old homestead at Ox
One of the features of the will is the
proUslon for the writing and compiling
of a biography of the life of the testatrix.
This work is placed in the hands of a
committee named in the will and the ma
terial for the w ork Is to be gleaned from
twenty cases of papers In Miss Barton's
home, "Red Cross," at Glen Echo, Md.
These cases contain personal letters
and other documents covering the work
done by Miss Barton In the civil war
and the Franco-Prussian war and the
work of organizing the society of which
she vas the head. Tho committee named
by her Is composed of Rev. Percy H.
Epier, of Worcester; Kev. William E.
Barton, of Oakport. I1L; Stephen E.
Barton, of Boston; Dr. J. B. Hubbell, of
uien Ecno, mo.; miss Janet Jennings,
oi juaaison, wis.; jars, nate Benjamin,
of Chicago, and Miss B. Halstead, of
St. Louis. Mo.'
Dr. J. B. Hubbell was for many years
a co-worxer witn miss Barton. He was
with her in her activities In Armenia,
and on him fell a large part of the work
of organization. He said last night that
he had not been advised of the details
of the will.
The Washington home of Miss Barton
Is .at !M7 T Street Northwest, and there
for a number of years has lived Miss
Mary L. Barton, a clerk In the Treasury
and a cousin of the testatrix. The house
Is left to her, the bequest belnsr that
Mary shall have the house as lonr as
she desires it."
The house at Oxford Is left to be dis
posed of at the discretion of the execu
tor. The beneficiaries of the will are the
following relatives of Miss Barton: Her
man P. Rlcclus. Miss Sadie Rlcdus and
Mrs. George King, of Worcester, chil
dren of the late Mrs. Adolph Rlcclus,
niece of Miss Barton; Mrs. Charles M.
Clark, a niece: Mrs. John H. Stafford,
a niece; Dr. Herbert P. Barton, of the
Clara Barton Hospital In Los Angeles,
sl: Jjonn -. sarcon ana Clarence W.
Barton, nephews, of Los Angeles, and
Stephen E. Barton, of Boston, a nephew.
TWO OEBMAK AVIATORS KILLED.
Berlin. Nov. . Lieut Altrlchter and
his engineer, Meyer, were killed to-day
when tneir nipiane, in which they were
making a .flight, 'fell sixty feet.
f Good Gasaa- Saaday. ,
Prior to the Mercury-Annapolis Col
legian game, which comes, off next Sun
day at Independence Park, the Spartan
Athletic Club football team will llne-un
against the fast Twining eleven, and a
rattling good game Is promised. The
Spartans hare, developed ranldlv during
the past few weeks and they now bid fair
to tackle any team, in the J25 to It) pound
class). . Teams deatrins? nines mAirmm
J. OsjrtwaU, m O Btmt.8outhwart,
Stage coach cene in "Bebeeea of Snnnybrook Farm."
child In Washington eager to be a par
ticipant. Every little girl and young
lady will find delight In Miss Edith
Taliaferro's acting, and every little boy,
and older one too will enjoy the quaint
characters In "Rebecca of Sunnybrook
Read the rules and regulations and
don't delay another day. The essay
editor wants all the essays possible sent
him to-day. By the original terms of
this Interesting contest it closes at e
o'clock Friday night. November 8.
Not a few people In Washington have
called up The Herald and congratulated
the paper on Its offer. A great many
of these have had the pleasure of seeing
"Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm" during
Its one year of triumph at David Belas
co's Republic Theater. New York City.
And the general comment was that it
waa a play of Ineffable charm, of Instant
and compelling appeal. It Is a Dlar
which any one will enjoy, man. woman
or child. It were Idle waste of words to
recite the story of "Rebecca" and thereby
hope to convey any idea of its subtle ap
peal. Its atmosphere is so illusive that
one must see it to feel its charm. See
it once and they will want to return.
The mission of the stage Is best ex
emplified when such plays as "Rebecca
WITH THROAT COT,
WADES IN RIVER
. . "
frame Cnrran Sees Would-be Res
cuers and Then Turns
With a Jagged gash In his throat and
weakened from loss of blood. Frank
Curran. forty years old. a dry goods
salesman of 106 Second Street Northeast.
waded Into the Eastern branch at the
foot of Howard Road Southeast yester
day afternoon with the evident intention
of ending bis life by drowning.
After wsdlng about SCO feet Curran
stood in water that reached up to his
neck and he was thoroughly chilled.
Had he walked a few yards farther he
would have stepped Into deep water.
and In his weak and chilled condition
probably would have drowned before aid
could reach him.
Just as Jasper Plummer and John H.
Johnson, negroes, living in Howard Road,
were starting to wade out to aid the
man. Curran changed his mind and start
ed for shore, wet from head to foot and
shivering violently. The negroes saw the
man's clothes stained from the wound in
his neck and notified the Eleventh pre
Policeman Brooks ran to the Anacostla
shore of the Branch and found Curran
wandering along the water's edge appar
ently dazed and on the verge of collapse.
He was hurried to Casualty Hospital In
a police wagon. Physicians found the
wound In the patient's throat serious.
but not dangerous, and It is believed he
will recover. Curran refused to admit the
wound was self-inflicted.
He did admit he was despondent and
had been In in health for months..
TO URGE WAGE INCREASE.
New York, Nov. 6. There was a rumor
current In Wall Street this afternoon
that 'the Board of Arbitration which has
been Investigating the demands of the
engineers of the Eastern railroads for
an Increase In wsges .had decided to
recommend to the roads that the de
mands be granted.
The rumor, which could not be traced
to Its source, had marked effect upon
the stock market, causing gams, as It
Indicated there would be no strike.
Harnes to Give Address.
Harry Y- Haynes, vice president of
the American Institute of Banking,
will deliver' an address before the
Riohmond chapter of the Institute
nest Tuesday night. Mr. Haynes. who
Is an employe of the Rlggs National
Bank, waa sleeted vice president of
the Institute at Its national convention
at Salt Lake City last summer. '
Bfatlaaals Play Keptaae Preys.
Tne fast National Athletic Club, which
wfll play the Neptone Preps'sf Union
League Park Bandar at 1-0 o'cIock,-jriU
have a good work-out to-night at. tha
Southeast Young Men's Christian a.
elation at I p. rxuvIaanager Vic "..n-.
of tha NaUonals, ,sUtes that he wants
all of his men to attend. The Nationals
have been -greatly strerurtlierled h- th
addition of, BUIy Martin, of Georgetown,
arid Mike McDonald. WtV these men in
tha game, th NaUonal' expect to Paaks
tAi Bsawat ' - - ' - -j
of Sunnybrook Farm" are produced, and
such plays deal with no complicated
problem of life nor attempt to point the
way that people should live. The cast
presenting "Rebecca" Is one of Klaw
and Erlapger's best, and the types pre
sented are those we see every day If ws
look for them. The scenery Is elaborate
and beautiful. One of the elaborate prop
erties used In the production is the old
stage coach, in which Rebecca makes
her entrance with Jeremiah Cobb, the
tender-hearted old philosopher of Rlver
boro, driving his two trusty horses. The
coach was driven during the period
of Its active service by Harry Scavey,
between Prouts Neck, Me., and Scarboro
Beach. However, automobiles and the
building of railroads put the old coach
out of commission and It had lain many
years In Its bam at Prouts Neck when
Kate Douglas Wlggln. the author of "Re
becca of Sunnybrook Farm." found it
there, and coveted It for use in her com
edy. Mrs. Wlggln had been touring
through Maine In her motor car. looking
for a stage coach, and her discovery of
the Prouts Neck vehicle niled her soul
with joy. She said of It, "It was Just
what was wanted, and I found' It In an
almost forgotten old barn at Prouts
Neck.. It had a history of Its own. too.
After many years of valued service It
had been ezhlblted at ten country fairs.
Now, In spite of Its sixty years of age.
It was still In splendid condition, with
braces of leather sound and whole, and
brake In good working order, and the
hurricane deck on top. It was a perfect
beauty. How I longed to buy It. Timidly.
I wrote to Mr. Brooks, explaining the
advantage of having this actual stage
coach for use In the play. I expected to
hear from him that the inexpensive rum
ble of a stage coach In the wings would
do ver. well for an author with her first
play, and that Miss Rebecca would come
In on her own feet. He telegraphed:
'Get tha stare coach bv all mAnit. At jtnv
figure ou consider reasonable. The cost
THREE GARS CRASH;
ONE HAN INJURED
1. A. Fleming Suffers from Bruises
and ' Shock- Vestibule
More than a score of passengers nar
rowly escaped Injury In a double car
crash at the Intersection of the Capital
Traction and Washington Railway and
Llectrlo tracks at Delaware Avenue and
C Streets Northeast shortly before 10
o'clock last night.
J. A. Fleming, of 706 Thirteenth Street
Northwest, a passenger on one of the
three cars that came together, waa
slightly hurt but he refused to go to a
hospital. He returned to his home suffer
ing from bruises and severe shock.
Several other passengers sustained minor
Washington Railway and Electric Com.
pany car No. 9 turning Into Delaware
Avenue from C Street was rammed In the
side by the front of Canltal T-iin-,
Company car No. 1 Hardly had the
cars come together when there was an
other crash caused bv Canltni Tr,riin.
Company car No. 127 running head-on
Into the rear of car No. IS of the same
The side of car No. ua wa . -.
and the front vestibule of car No. IB
wag wrecked. The front of car No 17
na me rear or car No. 12j were also
damaged. Fleming was a passenger on
car No. 7. It Is thought the accident
was due to a misunderstanding of signals
of the motormen on car No. 13 and car
. -. -me second crasn, it is thought,
was due to the fact that car No. 1T7 was
running too close behind car No. IzJ.
Witnesses to the double crash say It
seemed strange that none of the passen
gers was badly hurt. The collisions tied
up the lines of both companies for about
First race Clubs, Master Jim,
Second raeeWCallnka. Ask Ma.
Third race Eleusls, TTron, Tha
Fourth race Gay Bird, Pre
Fifth race Rose of Jeddah,
George Oxnard, Swarta HUL
Sixth rice Wander. General
Marchmont, Tay Pay,
t , Plsslleo.
First race Ivabel. Tellow
Second' race Hobnob, Phyllis
Antoinette. Tarts. ,t
Third race Lochlel, Supersti
tion, Sebsgo. fit
Fourth Tace Toung Morpheus,'
Tompkins. entry, Quncotton."
Fifth race Star Actress,-Con-UnenUI,
Sixth race-Oakhurst, Wolvsr
ton, Fred Mulhouand.
Lnf'tnttitt gtmt Is Mrgc4 en
tke Hilltop Team's
T afuton, and Kanrls-4 Agrtad-
tural Cone footbaiLMams battled for
forty, aa hour yesterday afternoon in
-Ira-sis, tha HHltoppers scoring about
H 'potota, .whll tha vAggles managed to
eras tha Bios aasUsMy 1goal Una once.
uesjzwuy suss soarun pia yea rate
, both Derby and Bergin being
orrt of tha game. Dave Whit made
big appearatk- In a tackle position
with "Happy" Hsiskell on the other
ids of the line. Barron and Mo-
rfcmr played the guards, with Rltch. In
santar.. The backfleld waa composed of
Cslnsm. quarter; Costello and Murray,
half backs, and Van Dyne and Fury in
"Country" Morris scored the only score
for tha Aggies, when he broke away
and traveled down the field for the score.
Tha Hllltopers displayed plenty of dash.
and while Dunn was missed, the back'
Held worked good.
OLD STARS RETURN.
Lee KaMa and Jo Gelbel Will Play
with the Vlgllants.
Enthusiastic over the success attained
by the Vlgllants, thus far this year, Joe
Glebe! and Lee Martin, mainstay's of last
year's team, have decided to cast their
lota with their former mates for the re
mainder of the esason.
Both players will don the togs for the
first time to-night, and if they round into
form, will be given a chance in part
of the game against the crack Olympla
club, of Wilmington. Del- at Union
League Park next Sunday afternoon. In
Martin 'and Glebel the Independent cham'
plons have picked up a couple of the
best gridiron stars available. Both have
enjoyed years of experience, and are
reputed as great performers all through
this part of the country.
Sundays opponents, who are being
brought here at considerable expense,
represent the entire section of country
around Wilmington, as a series of elimi
nation contests hss brought them to the
fore as topnotchers. For this reason.
the game will go a long way In deciding
lnterseotlonal honors. No one is more
convinced of the strength of the visiting
combination than Coach Wayne Hart of
the Vlgllants. who has been putting his
charges through the sutlest kind of work
since the start of the week.
The big game Sunday will be preceded
by a clash between National Atbletle
Club and the Neptune Prepa, said to be
a darkhorse for Junior honors.
BIG RACE TO-NIGHT.
Doanellr sad Whiting Clash at tht
Final preparations for the big one-mile
roller skate match race between William
Whiting, the Minneapolis "flyer," and
Carroll Donnelly, the Southern cham
pion, have been completed, and the
management of the Arcade Rink esti
mates that the largest crowd of the
season will probably turn out to witness
the struggle between this pair of "speed
bos" to-night. Both the local boy and
Whiting are In great trim, and a pretty
exhibition Is looked for.
Whiting has met and defeated some of
the swiftest men In the business to
day. Including Harley Davidson, world's
champion. He looks for an easy victory
over Donnelly, but the wise ones claim
that he will have to extend himself to
DOWN THE ALLEYS.
DISTRICT DCCKTIX LEAGUS.
Good tVIlo t
Ut M. M
..... B in C
nt- M. M
Vu Bora lis uo a
Lerch. a .. ..
UD 100 M
M 109 SJ
DentT. . 71 I
Frater ST lit
Junes. . n S3 M
rooii . n in
CI HI SS
XOETBCsaTERN DCCKPI.H LElora.
Toraf Men'l ShntL
J. 8. Hatzcrtr
10 CS St
H bin. m irr
Dm-.. . at 71
m va k
rs Kti ii7
H tt II
103 as m
Total...... aU 7
CO 9 SOS
Morcu .. 81 .. ..
Nellleu. SS S3
lfifan ... IS S3 ST
TUrtoo. lm 100
WUliimi. . SI 7
Hunt. 105 SI
CurtU. . Tt lot
Brrtnin 130 JO)
Totals....... a Ci
Sanderson .. Its S3 103
Mccormick.. XI n N
Rlt-T .. . .. Iff SS
Totals..... CT SB C3
T. M. C. A. CCCKPHJ LEAGUE.
EtchiioD..... um e
Hanna...... SO 30 108
ubaon... 91 SI 81
Totals. 5 a r5
filsman MS 101 M
FinrrU . 193 2 1M
MUter . IS
ST IS 111
7 99 S3
101 w lot
17 S3 S3
. 331 91 SB
Totals....... mt xs as
WASH HAILWAY. RELIEF ASSOCIATION.
Carter 1(3 W 139
H ComaU.. 11 19 130
Tiebauten ... IS 117 m
W. Cornell-. 1M 13S 133
Farren....... HI DT 13)
Le-an ic 1S9 la
hite 13 im 11
Kaldbaco.... US 114 10"
Oooke .. . If7 US Its
uaroner. .. IO 173 IS)
, 710 791 Ttl
TE7AMINAL B. B. Y. M. O. A. LEAGCE.
Sherraan..... 79 M ft
Mathews.. T M ..
McDonald... II II
arella . 09 .. 99
TAbs. .... SO 93 SI
AnL... .. tl 7
Johnston. S3 sf 71
Shtpmaa.-... S9 S3 91
Wallett . SJ S3 S3
Holland...... n II M
Ejan.. ........ 80 3 IK
IB 137 Ml
. M B IB
FOTOTeTAO OOfJNCrXt (K. OF 01) ZXAOTJE.
Tropp.........e M 13
Boiao. .. s: a
DoughertT.. M m
MeLarar. 93 Hi
Smith... ,T.. 70 TO
Bente.--.. m m n
Hewttr. ...... ra
Nolan..... 100 111
Mr-a..... 9 r n
Ijmon..--.. 70 70 TO
O M0 3M
Totals., IIS CI US
Graham S3 M
Aihler. . 97 T Ti
Columbus 17 100 77
3 Nolan 73 S 107
Clark......... 91 105 SS
CrtUno...... S3 Tl K
Laahr. (7 St
Sook,...... R n II
FeetT. .. T3
McDennott,. SO W B
Hogan.... -.70 93 103
ITaot . T M M
Haaaett .. 100 S) 90
B. Nolan.... US M M
TMala. U) 453 5
Gul...Z..... 79 S3 75
O'Brian...... 79 78 SS
Glover......... SO K 83
nomnan. rs M
Bogan .... 109 30 90
, Ml IS
. 13 430 C3
NATIONAL CAPITAL DCCKPIN LEAGUE.
False l Katlonale
Hawksworth. MS IM 173 1 Fowler. 97 M 99
luoerta w gljou. - 109 101 111
Lewis........ WS Ua Ml Kamra re e. m
Immon.. 110 109 1051 Keeler.. ... 113 1C3 OS
Kraui..1 US 130 111 Oehler. .' 103 13 97
Totals...-. SB Bs St I Totals sol 507 173
j una unweuer.
OuantreU.... 9t SO 113
Fellinger...- B MS 13
Negotta...... Tl 99 99
HutcbinaSB.. I ISJ 91
Stewart..-.. W B B
Hll.lMMI Ti.Mnw rM
Kins. 90 91 90
Gue .....-. 13 1C7 r,
m 1..... . 9) ioj
Wprkaa... . 99 SS K
Withers. n c
Totals.-... B SI n
w is e
ahOTajpae) School 'Wins.
The Thompson School baseball team
detested the Abbot nine yesterday in a
hard-fought game, 1J to g. The Thomp
son aggregation pot the game on Ice In
the fifth Inning by scoring six runs.
Miller, who did the 'hurling for the win
ners, was hi rare form, allowing but
v ' R.H.E.
Tbcraraco........... SSflliji e-rj, 17 S
Abbot........ ... MIIMIIt-l t I
BsttarieS' Miner ana. rTeabfa? TaMm a u. i.
CSSpliea-Meaars. TlsrslSil sad B-ater. lki.rt-.-i
-Ml. aT-ns, - 1
r -.. ,, . . ..
Hi . . v-siZ&taa.
-11 in inn
- A'?ySiSS - ?Si
; -j . .
I ear -V1J. ..- MM'.I W . -
p r2v '
- ir i- in ?a-t r
SBBS TIGERS WORK
fmUeat-clKt at tra tie
' lTiaettoi FdetkOl gtt-ra.
Of en Good wiskstt.
Trtaeatoa. K. J.. Nor. fc-The Princeton
football team has not passed out of the
Interest of President-elect Woodrow Wil
son, as tha Governor took tuna this after
noon to visit Osborne Field and watch
tha first scrimmage held by the Tigers
since last week. His own decisive victory
on the political field be hopes to see -da
plicated by Princeton over Yale In the
battle which will take place In less.thsn
two weeks. I
While watching the practice ha kept up
an animated conversation with Ross Mc-
Clave. chairman of the graduate coach
ing committee, and two of the most
ptemlnent of the graduate coaches. "BIO"
Wheeler and "Johnny Poe,, whose work
as half back has Immortalized his name
In Princeton's football annals. Gov. Wil
son expressed his most hearty wishes for
success aunng the remainder of the sea
son. The varsity was kept on the field for
three hours to-day. and fully an hour
and a half was spent in scrimmaging
with the second team.
By. BILL BAILEY.
Jack Caswell, who runs the North
east bowling alleys, says he Is glad
Eastern defeated Business. So Is Coach
McCaffrey, of the Capitol Hill eleven.
Who's the guy that put lie In alibi T
Joe Keene has Just been appointed
official window dresser, and Joe la some
dresser, believe us Everybody In Four
teenth Street knows him.
The National Squash Association has
made two radical changes in the playing
code. Oh. piffle!
Will the lady who wrote In yester
day praising one of the Georgetown foot
ball players kindly sign her name and
address to future communications?
The following Is copied from Bob
Dunbar, of the Boston Journal:
"As the smoke of the Princeton game
slowly clears away, a number of worthy
souls are heard Inquiring who and what
Is Vanderbilt? The name, one that looks
like the chime of gold pieces flung down.
Is as much of a household word south of
the line as Amherst. Williams. Wes
lejan." THE HERO OF HARVARD.
There was a young fellow named Brlck-
Who kicked the ball often and qulcklsy.
xoe jiger- lurnea paie
When "Brick" twisted his tatL
And appeared to feel peevish and sickly.
u. li u.
It is rumored that tha reason whv
Bresnahan cannot get along with the St.
Louis club Is that an Irishman and a
Brltton never could agree.
Ty Cobb has Joined the Elks. He
couldn't have done better.
Here's a Ditcher who Is rood to his
folks. A recent dispatch states that
George Baumgardner. of the St. Louis
Browns, purchased a home for his aged
mother, in Barboursville. W. Vs.
RACING CARDS FOR TO-DAY.
REST BACE-Tbn-war-olds and coward:
THn da Nojlca....
SECOND BJLCX-T-y-uvU: atx far!
PhjUt Antoinette 107
THIRD BACS-Hsndlnp: tor all asm; amen fur
longs. Star Jasmine-.--..... TDt Sapentitfcn-...... 1M
Lachlel . 110 Bebxo. .......... 10S
Finns Yankee...... 10! Acton. ..... loo
Hprinfboard......... 91 It Jublicm-.... ........ 10S
Cor ruber. ... IB Lahore ........ Ill
Dr. Duenner .
FOURTH RACE-SriHnx: iteeslecliase: fixije--.
olds and upward; two and one-quarter mCea.
Toprltnt. IB I Young Morpheus. . IB
ussa jBrxoa...... l maMnter.. ............. IX
OalUa. .... MSrJuTerure ... 151
Bello. US I The Prophet .. 113
FIFTH RACE Selling; two-rear-old fillies; saten
Brmarr 105 1 Lawsuit..... . , K5
uirr ana aw. ...... sv i mar alum.. .... . lot
rordieP. . 101 1 Fint Ttobp. ... . 107
SIXTH RA Cl-EutAW Handicap; Befans; troe-
jtar-otds and upward; on and nrw isfTitn raQea,
Oaxhunt .. -... 1M
jMqueUna... .... 110
Chaa. F. Grainger..
Tabno ... ,
Annie Sellerl ...
aianuiea... ..... w
Et Oro 113
Fred MulhoOand . 110
'Apprentice allowance claimed.
FIBST BACE-eUlng: thnararolda; csw r-U
and aerrnty Tarda.
Ctuba .... .
Mark A. Marcr.
SECOND BACaV-Allowuoe: Oro-rearojde. fillies.
Semnnla . ..
BACX AH owsnecs; two-jcer-olda; ona
Cam Htncri.... .... lot
Weuel. - 102
Koeaflsh . HE
The (arader.... ...... 105
Earl of SaToy
Boyal Amber. M
upward; sis lunosas.
Kootanaj... . .. 183 1 FresnmnUoB..
Mernca . iwi i job iMuer.
Cor Lad ....... 10T Vslthorpa.
-T 307 Valthorpa-VI
... nr caajtuiL--.
FIFTH RACE HwTltns;
three -Molds sad up-
ward: six farlonsa.
Boee ot Jeddah ...... SSIFaHettea.
Bwaru Hill....... M I Jack Demnan.
Georea Oxnard. . 101 1 IncU ion
Caleuumpian... .-. 102 Dust........ .....-.. 107
Orbed Lad... 101 J Descendant-.-. 107
Compton...... . . Ida
SIXTH BACX-gcnins: threa-jeaeotds sad up
ward: ona and isisslifieiith mllaa.
Blackmata... .. 101 1 riwaitiii-. .,,., ua
Jotn Louis -.....-.. va I Howdj Ho dj. . Mi
Gen. Marchmont. K I Huskr Lad.....- wr
Wander ..... .... MS I Taj taj.... . .. . )07
Dutch Bock.. 105 I Duncraggta...- 111
iron ........... .. aa aeatner
ApprcnUoa allow anas claimed.
KM, WUlUna Wlas.
New York. Nov. . Kid Williams, of
Baltimore, aeieatea young Fltzslmmons,
of New York, to-night. Williams had the
advantage of the first seven rounds, but
Fltzslmmons astonished the spectators
try a wonaerrui rally in the last three
frames, during which he drove the Bal
tlmore marvel all over the ring.
&ahfi & (Eampattg
Penn. Ate. Seventh St.
Khaki Football Pants; made
wiin new style reeas.
) Jf r sr nrlce. 12.00.
Worsted Fotjtball Hose rrv
that sell for 75c. Spe- QU(J
Football Shoes. ttJQ OT
15.50 Football Shoes.
Q n all sccaslons. autolsts feel confidence in the Oldsmoblla
ooka are perfect. "It is clear speed and safety Is the chief Ida Jf
Q ependabla and easy. All confess Its perfect mechanism commands succea
S pltndld exsmples patrons view t at IMS Ceauseetjerrt Avasra
' M. T. POLLOCK, fSMmST m
.V,iV; s, j'.-t. .v.ttn--,tASr-rJU
T WartsTs M
far AatstaMHsi Tina.
awsVweUcJk fWm Ct
i amUsw TU,mxM-34 reevtesat
W CItw Tta to lb Bmld'a mm CbBtft-t,
Just from the factory. ISIS mod
el. Has never been run a mile.
Tit WKftiigtM Metir Car
1317 Maw York Ave.
We give votes la The Herald
GEO. W. BEALL
W Clra VotM Is "The HnloVa I
Introductory Offer Only
Beat Coverings. Storm Aprons. Dust
Covers, side Curtains. Send Postal
Iitim. Ail. ftp Cta-paiy,
400-713 St. N.W. M. 6212
3pp. District Bldg.
W Gin Totis la Tfca Henld's Bust Obntast.
MTwMOIILES FOI HIE
Five and seven passenger cars.
1319 L St. N.W.
Phone N. 1470.
We Glie Votes la The Herald's BUB Contest.
P. M. CORR.
ggeat for Flaosdera and Tale Mater
eyclee aad CarVa Special Blerclew
fefcyele OverkasJlas; aad Belt Re-arrlan-.
Aeeesavries aad Saadurlea.
Blerele Repalrias. Braatag. aad Over
kaallag. Senile-, aad Aeeesaerlsa.
tarn ta . k. -g- ria-a itats nam.
When you ntMd it you nod It
We have THB Valcaatalag Plaat aad
eaa se yoar werk erelcMr, aew.Ur. aad
with tke salatsoBZB atwaat of profaalty
Wetthiitfoi Ait Sipply Ct.,
1127 In. York ftmMM W.
We Ct . Totes la The Herald's 3.030 Contest.
For Your Boy
E. P. HAZLETON
4f t-31 10th St. R. W:
We Girt Votes tn The Herald's VS 09 Cocteat.
WARREN MOTOR SALES GO.
X naa Resaaved ts
1 1610 14th Streit N. W.
FTaone Xorth BMT.
"BUY A WARREN AND
BE A WINNER"
We a-tve voteaj la Tha BearaM
We Save Yon X Per Cent ea
We use only Valentine's Van
adium Varnishes, the only var
nishes that will stand soap. mud.
and water. We bake enamel on
hoods and fenders.
Autos painted. 112.60 and op.
Used automobiles and motorcy
cles for sale.
I Cor. 14tbind WSts.N.-W.
L Phone X. ML
We srlve Herald SXSM ceateat -ea.
Expert Electric Yehide
Storage Batteries repaired and re---.
Tmltlon and Llrhtlns: Battar-
lea7 Charged and Built to Order.
SHTHWORTH REISER Ct.
Phone K. J- Rear 1120 L St. N. W.
Wa GI- Votes ta Tha HersMa sax-a
Iayaat) ssBsa. Ahaslalelj trnil
trny shfct Awe saane -wans tm as.
SifH tzawMea waaa tha
SB res) ssailssls sm away with hs
BaSSK n,fi ssBeTB
BTBnTj Bwas 3T SWyTfSfl,a .TsTSMlMWB
rfi . .