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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. SATURDAY. JANUARY 4. 1913.
Brownsville Jex., Citizens Offer Griff Park and Housef or Training
sist Upon Nationals Train
ing in Their Midst
WILL BUILD HOUSE, TOO
Permanent Camp, Including Ten'Acrei
of Land, the Inducements Offered.
Operate on Henry To-day.
n7 wiuiah rcnT.
So anxious la Brownsville, Tex., to
have the "Washington baseball club train
la their midst that the Citizens' Associa
tion at a special meetine last Saturday
voted to offer as inducements to build a
house capable of lodging fifty players, to
construct a boll park, and hand over
to Griff the deed of a tract of land com
prising ten square acres.
M. J. Slattery. editor of the Browns
ville Herald, was sent here early last
week to Induce Griff to brine his base
ball family to Brownsville. Griff had a
Jong talk with the emissary and Jokingly
raid: If your city wlU build me a ball
park, a house for my players, and give
me a slice of land I may consider the
Mr. Slattery hopped on the first train
Tixasward and reported what Griff had
ea d. The Citizens' Association called a
special session, oted to meet cverj de
mand, and told Slattery to take another
trip to Washington and not return until
he had obtained GrifTs promise to train
In Brownsille this spring. Mr. blattcry
interviewed the Nationals' manager last
If the local boss sajs the word, work
will start at once on the house and also
the ball park, and the Old Fox Is seri
ously considering the proposition, which
appeals to him forcibly in that he will
own a permanent spring ramp conform
ing with his own Ideas. The one draw
back is the climati. which is vastly dif
ferent from Charlottesville and Wash
ington, inasmuch as Brownsville Is far
ther South and Griff believes that his
men should train as near the Capital as
The fact that up to date Manager Grif
fith is having trouble in obtaining suit
able quarters for his men in Charlottes
ille helps along the Brownsiille cause.
A permanent camp would obviate all
worr and much business detail each
spring, furthermore, Johnny McGraw,
of tht Xew Tork Giants, has his own
spring training quarters at Marlln
springs. Tex. owns the ball park, and
has alnas had his ball club ready for
business when the season opened The
Giants ar usually better trained and
conditioned than any other team in the
Manager Griffith admitted last night
that he was seriously considering the
Brownsville ofTcr. The Idea of a per
manent camp appealed to him strongly,
and he has asked that the Citizens' As
sociation keep the proposition open until
he has taken one more trip to Char
lottesville Falling to rent suitable quar
ters in the college town, the Old Fox will
more than likely telegraph the Browns
ville people to get busy with the ball
park and hous"
Brownsville. Tex, is about a two days'
jjurnev from Washington, and if the
Nationals decide to train there the
chances arc that Griff will have his
team report about February 23. so as to
be In good condition for the exhibition
gsmes scheduled for the Capital the first
two weeks in April.
Henry Goes Under Knife.
Catcher John Henry will be operated
upon for floating cartilage In his left
knee this morning, and expects to be
able to leave foi his home in Amherst,
Mass , in about ten days.
The operation, according to the club
physician, will not be very painful, and
once the troublesome piece of cartilage
is removed the huskv backstop will be
as good as new, with little chance of
r Jack Powell for Louisville.
Louisville. Jan. 3. The Col
onels to-day opened negotiations
for tho service of Titchor Jack
Powell, of tho St, Txjuis Browns.
It is thought that the deal will
be completed within a, few days.
any more trouble from that part of his
Henry wiU be back In Washington
late In February to work out with
GrlfTa young pitchers in tho local T. M.
C A., prior to embarking on the spring
training trip. Al Williams may also bo
ordered to help out with this preliminary
Oxygen for Athletes.
English doctors are still conducting
testa in connection with "feeding" oxy
gen to athletes to Increase their power
In a recent test In the london Hos
pital a doctor, after breathing oxygen
out of a. bag for five minutes, held his
breath, for ntne minutes and three sec
onds. Dr. Leonard HIU, the British oxygen
specialist, believes that under the new
method of administering the life-giving
gas, an athlete .can run a quarter-mile
race at top speed with one breath and
devote the energy thus saved .to faster
Oxygen tests have been held among
the American athletes. Mel Sheppard,
the great half-mller. Inhaled oxygen just
before starting in a half-mile race at
Travers Island, but he did rot derive
any great benefit from it. except that he
noticed that he was, much less fatigued
after the race than ordinarily. Shep took
but half a dozen "Inhales" of the gas.
In the new method used in England
the gas passes from the tank through a
bag in which 4t Is heated to a tempera
ture slightly warmer than the human
blood. The subject puts a helmet over
his head that covers both the mouth and
the nose and breathes the oxygen for
not less than five minutes.
WESTERN HIGHls EASY.
Gallandet DasUet-liall Team Ttorapa
Arar with Game by 04 lo T.
Western High School was no match for
the Gallaudet College basket-ball five
yesterday afternoon In the .Kendall
Green gymnasium. The Buff and Blue
simply played rings around the high
school lads from across the creek, win
ning 61 to ".
The second halt was not so easy for
the Bun and Blue lads, due to the fact
that the reserves were sent in for the
There was no particular star on either
team, the collegians playing as a team
and not as. Individuals
This evening the team from the East
Side College goes to Baltimore, where
It meets the strong Loyola five In the
Fourth Regiment Armory. The fact that
Lovola is out for the Maryland State
title Is evidence enough to prove that
the Kendall Green boys will be up
against a difficult problem.
The line-up for to-night's game for
Gallaudet will be Dlggs or Keeley,
L. F.; Foltz. K. F.: Classen, C: Ras
mussen, L. G : Durian, It. G.
CHARGES ARE DISPROVED.
rtnlea Sot Violated by Players In
W. C. B. B. A.
At a meeting of the Washington City
Basket-ball Association held in the T.
M. C. A. last night to Investigate charges
recently lodged that players were op
erating on more than one team. In viola
tion "of the rules and that the associa
tion harbored within its precincts profes
sionals, announcement was made that
these statements were without founda
tion. "The records were carefully looked
over, managers of teams questioned, and
the probe was thorough in every respect,"
said one of the officials of the associa
tion last night.
Flynn to Meet Thompson,
Chicago, Jan. 3. Jim Flynn, of Pueb
lo, and Johnny Thompson, a former
light-weight, of Sycamore. Ill . and now
a heavy-weight, were signed up this
afternoon for a match. Jack Curley
acted for Flynn. who Is In New Tork at
present, and Barney Llchtensteln acted
for Thompson. The weight Is a new
one and was embraced recently In the
new list of boxing classes designed by
the New Tork boxing commission.
"CUT OUT CANDY"
Mike Martin, Nationals' Train
er, Warns Against Overin
dulgence in Sweets.
Says Younftten Should Start Now to
Train Body and Lays Down .
"Training Hints for Toung Athletes"
was the subject of an address given last
night' to members of the Y. M. C. A.
T), ni.i4t.int hv Mflr Martin.
trainer of the Washington baseball
team, and a sua merooer oi tne x. m.
C. A. department of physical work. Mr.
VfaWI.1. ramlra v.m 1ntnriet Tjsrtte.
ularly for boys from twelve to sixteen.
"Every boy ought to go in tor aui
letlcs," declared Mr. Martin. "It will
in. nntv l.tf 4h fnlinllflllMI fnr fl. fTOOd
physique and constitution in later years.
but It will quicnen nis nuna ami mac
him a better student. Sports Increase
iIia intnie-neA nf bnvB because they
train the ee. as well as the hand, which
educators nowadays say means inunmi
the brain as well. In addition, sports
teach muscular co-ordination as neither
k.nb. n manual lahnr fllnne COuM ever
hope to do. More than all that, training
for athletics, when carnea on in me
right way. Insures good health. I be-
... tnl.lni. when T Yen. little bit Of
a fellow; I've never broken training
since, and rve never Deen sick in my
"But in order to get the best phsical
results, a boy should train in the right
way. Here are Just a few rules not all
of them, by any mean but some that
ought to be remembered:
"1. Cultivate good habits, and avoid
"Z. Sleep from nine to ten hours a.
"3. Leave rich food and cheap candy
alone. Eat enough of good wholesome
victuals, but don't stuff.
"4. Exercise, under the supervision of
a good physical director. In such a way
and for such a length of time every day
as he may prescribe. There is no hard
and fast rule for exercl-e for boys be
tween twelve and sixteen. In general. 1
should say that they ought to exercise
for speed, agility, and skill, rather than
for strength. Bos should never overdo,
for too much exercise will put them
stale quickly. Walking Is an especially
good form of phjslcal occupation for
them. . .
"S Bathe every day. Make your bath
a quick shower, followed by a good, hard
rubdown. Sit around Indoors a while
till your body has returned to Its nor
-6. Dress to suit the weather, but
don't go to extremes.
"Overindulgence In candy Is one dietary
error which every athlete, man or boy.
has to guard against. In the long run,
a too-free eating of sweets thins tho
blood, takes away the desire for sub
stantial food, spolU the appetite, and
tends to make the victim nervous. No
body, boy or man. ought to eat more
than four or five pieces of even good
candy at a sitting When I'm training
.Via TCn.Mnf.tnn tiAJtehflll tPflTTl I Cut this
allowance down to two pieces, and rather
discourage an inauigence eTen to iusi
"One of my problems as a trainer last
season was to get a certain player out
of the candy habit. He was a perfect
fiend for the stuff used to eat It by the
half-pound, and thought nothing of It.
I kept w arnlng him over and over again,
but he paid no attention. At last one
night he got an attack of cramps and
biliousness that doubled him up like a
Jack-knife, and I was two days getting
him fixed up again. That taught him a
lesson. He still indulges In candy more
than be ought, but he has cut .down on
the habit very largely."
President William Neall has called a
meeting of the Blue Grass League for
January 10 at Lexington, Ky., to elect
8-F" Everything in the Store Reduced. HE
The opportunity to save money on high-class haberdashery
furnishings hats caps canes leather goods, &c, was never greater
than this store oners now. JNothing is reserved everything is genu
inely reduced to a sacrifice price.
NOTE THE FEW PRICES QUOTED BELOW
All the new "solid" Silk Neckwear, in all
shades stripes and plain. 50c values. 1P
Elegant line of the finest Shirts manufac
turers' samples $1.50 up to $2.50.
This sale ..:'. VC
They are here in soisettc and madras sev
eral shades to choose from. The
regular $200 and $2.50 quality.
Our very finest knitted and regular silk
Neckwear, sold regularly at from
$2.00 to $3.00. Now &1.03
Imported Soft Hats. They arc always in
style very fashionable and serv
iceable. Regular $3.00 values. At Cfl zr
this sale 0l.Od
Our regular line of fine Shirts all the new
est styles and best makes. Sold
regularly at $1.50 and $2.00, This 4 r
sale price $ A A 3
THE MEN'S STORE
CLARENCE t. REIZENSTEJN
New York Avenue and Fourteenth Street
LOCAL SOCCER ELEVEN
TO PLAY BALTIMORE
Comtot WU1 Be Staged at RefeJale
This afternoon'' at 1.30 o'clock the
Washington ABsoclaUon football club
will meet the Baltimore Americana on
the Rosedale playgrounds. Seventeenth
and Gales Streets Northeast, and a good
game should result. These teams have
met once before this season, and the
local club -was returned the winner of a
hard game by a 1 to 0 score. Secretary
Alnsworth, of the Baltimore club, prom
ises to have a good team on tho field.
All playing members of the Washington
club are requested to be on the field at
2 p. m., and the team will bo selected
from thoso present.
DOWN AND OUT TOURNEY.
lllder and Mat Lead All Sjirt Ivors
at the Royal Alleys. .
The first roll-oft of tho elimination,
down and out duckpln tournament took
place last night at the Royal. The eight
who qualified started the first game, roll,
lng true and carefully, and consequently
negotiated poor scores, Oliver's 103 being
high game. But 'they all came back
strong; In the second game, rolling over
the century mark. 106 being low game.
The third game also was good. Roberts,
Hansford, Goodman, and List dropped
out. leaving Halley, Oliver, Weckerly.
and Rider in for the semi-finals and finals
to-night, starting at 8:13 o'clock.
The scores last night were aa follows:
Flnt. Skeood. Third. Total.
Rider X 111 IS- S3
Uit. a in its- aw
Ooodman. M m log- TO
Hansford. 89 110 1U- 3M
OUrer 1U 111 109- S
Wedrerir.- KK IIS K0-
Halle T K4 111- 3ZJ
Robert. K KX K- ZH
TINKER TINKERING FENCES.
Appoints Fielder Jones as Ills Scout
for Pacific Coast.
Cincinnati. Ohio, Jan. 3. Fielder Jones,
former manager of the Chicago White
Sox, will scout for the Reds next sea
son. It was announced Jesterday. Man
ager Joe Tinker is going to Portland.
Ores, next week to attend to affairs
pertaining to his apple and cherry or
crard there, and he will hale a talk with
Jones, who Is In the lumber business in
lias continuous baseball.
When the Pacific Coast League club Is
not In Portland the Portland club of the
Northwestern League la there. Jones will
be asked to tip the Reds to the good
plajers in the two leagues.
Manager Tinker will Install a new
scouUng system for the Reds this season.
lie will hae some one man In almost
every minor league In the country de
tailed to tip him to the best players.
He figures he can secure better results
by getting tips from men who see play
ers all through a season than by accept
ing the word of a regular scout who sees
a plajer In only a few games.
Soccer football gnme ttvdj BrV BrrV
Duncan Morton it in wrong with SecrrtJtr
Wright, of tbe WatUnftea Auoditioa lfTen.
Brown tCJe (Texas) rare dors want the Na
tional to train in tbrlr fair city.
-itUe Martin' rT-rch at the T M C A was
a claxtir. Mike didn't hit over the htada of bis
Fred Glbba, farmer Georzrtown track captain.
hat accumulated quite a law practice and alo a
Ppeakics of lawyer, what'a become of Jim
Wouldn't it be fenny If McGraw ahould ter
in and rjab back bu old catcher. Korer Brrsna-bin?
Wovldn t Doward Shank be mad if roans 01to,
the Cuban, ousted him from that left field job?
Joe Gannon sr tbe Nationals made a btj
mistake when they let Jack LrllTclt ret awar
One cU cf erno? makes the whole world
kin To stUmcs of this stuff makes a cut feel like
pustiws orer the AasMoftoa Monument.
Bobby Cranston, tbe old Georgetown catcher.
oud make a rood man for some high school or
coUcjfl coach. Bob know tbe game and can
If this weather keepe up tbe Ice skaters will
soon be awe to rrt vasj on tbe Basin.
Tbe water waron doea cot creak as much i
One Christmas present Gnff did sot pet waa a
check for $100 from Stuffy Mclnnia in payment of
m certain bt.
Reds Get a Blsr Froat.
Cincinnati. Ohio, Jan. 3 Ray Frost, a
pitcher, eix feet. Ave Jnches tall, was
sltTnccJ by the Reds yesterday and keeps
the club from losing the distinction of
towing .the. tallest player In the National
Ceaffue by the transfer of McLean to
the St. Louis Cardinals. Frost Is two
and one-half Inches taller than Larry. He
v,sls with Toledo and Lancaster last -season.
MUST ItACE-Thrro furlocsv Id Uriah. II to
50. von; Irish Ann. C to 5, Moood; StdU Ward. 30
to :. third. Time. 025. Mra. Mae. Ta .VI Tip. Wi
trr Lilr. Bert Br. Alabama Dam, and Solid Bar aim
bj.COM) RACE-Six fmlunci. Mazurka. S to i.
woo; rretty Dale ta I. second: Loan Shark. 7 tu
10. third. Tina. 1J51-5. )Ud VWott. Lake Van
Zandl. lirrra Llota. yiro.il See It. Dttutantr, Lo
Ice Moat. Tom O . and Mrrcurian also ran.
TllIHD ItACK-Slx (ntlonra. ta Palo. 2 to I.
iron: Doc Allen. S to ft. -cood. Tallow Din. C to i.
third. Tlmt. 1 J13-5. Itatlre Boo. Klcr Lrar. Helm
Scott. Mailrv. Ucnrj Williams, Abihnr. and Mike
MoDctt alao ran.
TOUirrn MACE-SIx furlonss. Cbarla Ooct'x, Z
to 1. iron; mint. 7 to J. accond; Frank O. llocan. 1
to 3. third. Time. 1 13 1-5. Jon Ilnl. De-crodant,
Transparent, tjoegrore, and Tun Jiuur alv ran.
FlrTH RACE Fire and one-half fnrlonffi. Truly.
6 to 5. von; Gordon Russell. 1GS (Small). 5 to 2. sec
ond : stout Heart. l (Unnet), u to 9. turd. Time,
1:8724 Quick. Mceaie, and Roateris also ran.
SIXTH RACE One mile. John Louis, 110 (Bur-
llngamej. to 3. voo: lEderraje. 109 (Euxtoa), 7 to I,
KTond: Black Mate. 110 (Gross). to 1. third. Tune.
1:10 li. Mazalo, Bob Lynch. Row (Orill, and
Ccrnpton also ran.
?'ntlonnl IMn- Good Shepherd.
The National A. C plajs the stronc
Good Shepherd team, of Northeast, to
night at Sixth ad I Streets Northeast,
at :13 o'clock sharp. The Club boys
are in good gliae after three weeks of
steady practice. The Northeast team has
jet to be defeated this season, but the
Club bois expect to give thera a hard
battle. The Jlne-up:
NATIONAL. lO0n RHETHEIID.
Darts R K. Keith, R. P.
OIJ, L. V. Baker. L. T.
finer. C. IterltL. Cr
nernnlds. It. f! H Itovd. R. (I.
a. sw)a. L.u.
Would Wreck Ambitions of
Three Managers by Hir
ing Roger Bresnaban.
IS STRONG FOR CATCHER
Leader of New York Giants TMnki
Former Cardinals' Manager tie
Greatest of Catching Assets.
St. Louis. Mo, Jan. X Messrs. Drey
fuss, Herrmann, and Murphy, unfortu
nate folks who own National Leacue
clubs, each predicts a pennant for his
team If he can line up Roger Bresnaban.
Now, wouldn't it be funny If Roger
Patrick pulled the unexpected and signed
with Johnny McGraw' As funny as a
funeral for the above mentioned trium
virate, but nevertheless funny.
Several months ago. when the Cardi
nals were making their second swing
around the Notional League circuit.
Bresnahan and McGraw chanced to be
together after a boxing show at Madi
son Square Garden. The party adjourned
to a restaurant for a light lunch, and
the eternal question of baseball came up.
At that time the Giants were suffering a
rather severe slump. They looked wob
bly. McGraw was a bit worried because
he knew Pittsburg might prove a dan
gerous factor In a stretch drive. Some
one asked McGraw what ailed his team.
"If I had that fellow over there," said
Little Napoleon, pointing to Bresnahan.
"I wouldn't worry about this year's
McGraw later paid Chief Meyers a
Cloning compliment, but he reiterated
that If he had Bresnahan behind the
bat he'd win tbe title hands down. That's
what Jawn J. thinks of the Duke. And
It may come to pass that McGraw, fear
ing that Roger's presence in Pittsburg
next season may throw the balance of
power to Plratetown, may jet hire tbe
McGraw Is boss of the New Tork ranch.
If he elects to hire Roger at 310.000 a
season, he'll do It, There 11 be no Inter
ference from Mrs. Brush or Mr. Hemp
stead, because McGraw will brook no
meddling from those unlit to manage
a ball club. So It Is far from Improbable
that Roger yet may land In Gotham. If
bfdoes, the race Is o er before it starts.
COMPANY E WINS GAME.
Company K Haaket-bo.Il Quint Is
Vanquished by SS to 11 Score.
Company E, Second Regiment, basket
ball team defeated Company K, First
Regiment, in the Military League series.
5 to 11. The all-around playing of
Schwegler, McDonnell, and Thomas -for
the winners and . Mason's goal shoot
ing for the losers were the features.
Line-up and summary:
COMPANY B. COMPANY K.
McDonnell. U P Maioo. L. P
Bowser. R. P. Rwreney. R. P
Ireenben. O. i Mason, C
Hchvcxler L. O Johnson. U G.
Thomas, ft G. Smith. R. G.
Goals from field cbvezler (3), Greecberf.
Thomas (3, McDonnell (S). Bowser. Mason IS).
i. Mason CD Free tosc-G Maoo, Schwesler.
Referee Rosa. Tuns of harres 3 minntes.
$5 AN! $6 VALIES IN
from Suit-ends left from fine
Still making the best
Suit or Overcoat
ever sold in Washington for
No More $'
And never 1 cent of "ex
tras" to pay. One price only
and that the lowest.
Eagle Woolen Mills
609J2 7th St. N.W.
Develops tbe rthole body.
1.00 Simplex . TOe
Sn Simplex S1.23
S2.00 Simplex S 1.4.8
2J0 Simplex 1J)8
We give Tlerald $25,000 contest wotes.
ftfi give a cheerful
?J glow like a hearth
U Q fire. Clean, safe,
convenient. $6 up.
fiational Electrical Supply Co.,
1338-30 TX. Y. Are. Phone St. SSOO.
. Glre otss In The BmH s J3 0M Contest.
Hobbles; Cause Ktnabblea.
Chicago, Jan. S. The Illinois Valley
Darlns Ansnelatlnn mar rwi rilamnt.! K
cause of the dissension that has arisen
otct ine question or. wnetner hobbles
should be permitted.
IF ITS ELECTRICAL, WE HAVE IT
Phone M. 3161.
"ceo. w. parezo,
fos H at, n. w.
' 4, ' V '' '
'P-B & Co.
" The Parker-Bridget Midwinter Clearance Sale
offers men hundreds of style in hand-tailored qual
ity Overcoats at GlNUINE and GENEROUS re
ductions. This Parker-Bridget Sale has held the confidence
of men for a quarter of a century.
In this sale your choice of selection is practically
unlimited no display in the world of clothes sur
passes the magnificent P-B stocks.
Every pattern, every material in P-B Suits and
Overcoats. Genuine and generous price reductioni.
AU$60 Suits and Overcoats, $47.50
All $55 Suits and Overcoats, $42.50
All $50 Suits and Overcoats, $37.50
All $45 Suits and Overcoats, $35.50
All $40 Suits and Overcoats, $31 .25
All $35 Suits and Overcoats, $25.50
All $30 Suits and Overcoats, $21 .75
All $25 Suits and Overcoats, $18.75
All $20 Suits and Overcoats, $1 4.25
All $18 Suits and Overcoats, $13.25
All $15 Suits and Overcoats, $10.75
All $12 Suits and Overcoats, $9.00
Prince Alberts, Tuxedos, Full Dress, and Blue and
Black Suit Patterns Excepted.
The Avenus at Ninth
M. T. POLLOCK, ,01S SS-r''remi" nxr'
1 Bicycles f
$17.50 to $50.00 . I
X AH guaranteed. You may have j,
X choice of any saddle or handle 4
X bars. 4-
X E.P. HAZ-ETCN
J 4X8-31 lothSL N. W. X
T Cut out this ad and receive J1.00 T
5 discount on any bicycle. Open J
T evenings. Phone M. 636. J
W Cite Vctei la The Herald's S3.Ba Costaat.
WARREN MOTOR SALES GO.
nas rtemoTe tm
1610 14th StreeLN.W. i
Paon. IVortk 5997.
"BUY A WARREN AND
,$. . .;..., 4 t"fr4-4M
K None Better
GEO. W. BEALL
'I5 9UiSLI.W. M.7SIS
Glr. Votes Is Tb. Herald's S3.0OI Contest.
Room 206, Woodward Bldg.
Phone West 213
MTOMOBILES FOR HIRE
Five and seven passenger cars.
1319 L St. N.W.
Phone N. 1470.
TT Clr. otes m Tb. Perssl a t5.CT Santa!.
Of Every Kind Always Here.
MVIS & CHILIS K!?R3$:"-W-
Herald asSJOTrnf vrstes.
Expert Electric Vehicle Repairing
Etoras Batteries repaired ana rs
eewed. Ignition and LUhtln-r Battsr
te Charged and Built to Order.
SOUTHWORTH KEISER CO.
rpbone M. Hit. R'ar 1.
w lil votes M p. u
Rear 1320 L. BU N. W.
P. M. CORR,
Xceat for Fl.Dder. aad T.le Iatof
rretea and Cars' S peels I Bterete.
statrMcycl. OTern.rjIlns: bd Belt Ba
fStrTac Areeuorlea aad Staadrlca.
Bicycle Hep.lrlBC Br.al.a. afed Orsr.
Batmnje. stappue. nao aimwiwaj
ua at sw. si. w.
Largest Moraiaj Circnlatipxu
"ft f vf VTvVtVTl
I Money Talks
5 We Save Ton 23 Per Ceat oa
A. Palatine Automobiles.
T adtum Varnishes, the only vsr-
X nlshes that trill stsnd soap. mud.
X and water. We bake enamel on
a hoods and fenders.
4. Autos painted. 312.50 and up.
3. Used automobiles and motorcy-
j. cles for tale.
t Cor. 14th and W Sis. N.W.
We Otrs Votes b Tb. Barald'a X3.CO) Coctsst,
804 Seventeenth Street
97 YFABS SnceesMfuI practice la the
1 ibeinsj at caronle. rYerrons,
and Special diseases of Mea aad Wraem.
Means Health to Yon if You Suffer
Prom Catarrh. Obesltr. Ubemsal
der Troob.es. apedac Bjboa Poisoning. ErapttoBS.
Ulcus, snd all fmata Diseases cored (or UXt as
CHARGES LOW, IVCtUDISO UEOICUTCt,
Private -IVartlasr rtrxmt for Ladle.
ta 1:1 ts . Bandars. UtaO.
Vny should Automobile owners be t.r
mented with tire trouble, vrhea tbey
can be positively dona away -rrltb fey
Tki World! Best Ffflar
tor AntomoMle Tires.
Cads Tire Troubles X
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80a SooTWaa Bwunie
FUllBrr Plant, 23SV234 Fourtecatb
Street 1. W.
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Dfi ULDHS 6e"u Spsciilist
wn. pin.imJsEiCor6tl & FslJ
On the nervous system, blood, and
stomach. Doc.or's service and medicine.
IZ. Hours. 10 to . Phone M. 3S10.
Wa Slsa otaa In Tb. Barald's ESJBi QoacaaL
Cutes la 1 to 5 day
Coaerrbosa cad Gleet.
Contains no poisoa sad
Casraatccd not to stricture. rtCTotjcontssjoa.
At DrossitU, or wa ama express prepaid upoa
ncetptoftl. Pull psrbeulsrs suuled oa rtcuest.
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