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THE WASHINGTON HERAto;; ATmDAr JTJAilY 4. 1913:
? Until the .Lot Is Sold
t Worth 56
t Worth $7.50
J Worth $8
A Few $10
It's the big semi-annual
T sale of Suit-ends.
Prices cut this month to
$ Made to measure
t new 1913 styles.
Morton C. Stout
Tailors in 12 Cities
910 F St. N. W.
JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE
On All Biefeer-Kaufman Co.
Latest styles! Exclusive
Our regular high-grade stock.
THE MAN'S DEPT. STORE
901-9 8th St. S. E.
YALE COACHES PLAN
TRIP TO ENGLAND
Execute Staff of tie Dew Will Vuk
Oxford and Cambridge '
New Haven, Conn., Jan. I Capt
Charley Snowden, Head Coach Atcrili
Harriman. and Assistant Coach James
Otis Rodgers. the execuUve staff of the
Vale crew, will sail to-morrow morning
for England to study the rowing systems,
especially to the great English universi
ties and generally of English clubs.
They will ship on the steamer George
Washington from New York City and
will remain In England three weeks.
They will visit both the Oxford and
PamhriiTn mwlnp ramDL Where the two
English universities are in the thick of
preparation Tor their annual race, and
will carefully observe English methods
In detail. They will De tne gueaia
prominent rowing authorities In London
before their return.
Rodgers said of the trip: "It seems
desirable to refresh the picture of the
perfect stroke, and this can Be securcu
bv n visit tn tr TCnellah eamDS."
Tale last year adopted the English
stroke in IU entirety, but the coaches
feel that ilslUng the source of the stroke
will avoid confusion In details. Last year
iTArHmnn vhn thn freshman coach.
spent three weeks In England during
March..Tis!t!ng both the Oxford ana
Capt. Snowden Is stroke of the Yalo
crew, and he Is likely to row tn some
of the English boats before his return,
lis experience with the English oars
men proving of particular benefit. Har
riman is the son of the late Edward
Harriman. Rodgers has been coach of
the Yale crew two years, but dldn"t visit
England last ear. It Is expected that
the oarsmen will meet Bob Cook, the
former Yale coach. In London. He has
been In England since last July.
RACING CARD FOR TO-DAY.
FIRST RACE-rOTw: maiden Uiree-rear-oM; "
Affn.1l. R .
lluber.. 1(5 Wheeler - Ill
Majnnlale 105 1 kamachta. 113
SECOND RACE-Four jcar-olds and nrart; oo
M. ambon'. SJ I Lonlout - 110
Unlek Trip 1M I amtxrtna. -.
Always the Same
Specla? Ptlvstto DVUrmry.
tia r street s. w. Paca aiata no.
WELLS, .NEXT 0PF0NENi-
Lnilirr McCarty Likely to Swap
Pdnchri iTlth Enirllshman.
Los Angeles. Jan 3 Bombardier Wells,
the English champion, may be the next
or-ponent of Luther McCarty. the white
heavy-weight champion. Negotiations
were opened to-day intending to bring!
"Wells to this country for fight with
McCarty It is doubtful it the bout will
be staged before the middle of the sum
mer. For several months before fight
Ing again, McCarty will take a long rest.
Pari Wants McCarty.
Calgary, Alberta, Jan. J. Richard K.
Lcighan. Parisian fight promoter, ar
rived in Calgary with Tommy Gurst,
who wants to meet Luther McCarty In
Paris on the day before the Grand Prix,
next June A message has been sent to
McCarty asking terms.
Middy Wrestlers Jn Line.
Annapolis. Md . Jan. 3 The Nrvy's
wrestling team this jear contains many
heavj -weights, and the prediction
made that It will have an easy time in
the intercollegiate tournament which
opens In February.
W Zinkind -
hprirhtlr Miaa. &
Elizabeth IUmood.... Ill
FOUK'ili RACX Thrr-.yrir-cldi and "apwird
Are and one-half furlong
Cnckapor C Lnalle Allrn IB
three-rear-olds and up-
Pride ot Liamcre IE! I
wirdt ocm xaile.
I mil Kmma.
SIXTH BACE-SelliD-: thm-jeir-ole-;
Jar. nTanUra. 105
Ai-prrntiee allowance claimed.
Gnrcelon Resigns at Harvard
Cambridge, Mass., Jan. 3. In a com
munication addressed to Lebaron- R.
Briggs. chairman of the committee1 on
terjiUtloo-and of athletic sports at Har-
Mnard, WHIlamFTye GEtrcelon "to-day air
trounced his resignation as graduate
treasurer and secretary of the Harvard
Athletic Association because of the great
growth or his law business.
Paul Wlthlngton, the former Harvard
fcotball star, his assistant, probably
succeed to the place.
Locke Has Good Racking;.
Pittsburg. Jan 3. It was learned to
day that W. F. Baker, former police
commissioner of New York, is one of the
several men for whom Will I-ocke has
been acting In securing an option on the
Philadelphia National League club. Gov
John K. Tcner is said also to be In
terested In the deal
Wclrh Indiana Captain.
Carlisle. Pa.. Jan. 3. Basket-ball Is not
on the list of sports at Carlisle Indian
School any more, neither is baseball, but
the Indians are allowed to play one game
of basket-ball this ear. It will b
against Pennsylvania. Gus Welch, th
quarter back on the football team, will
captain the Indians In this game. Thorpe
is not likely to be In the line-up, but
so far as can be learned the Indians
will have a. good five.
REDUCE SALARY LIMIT.
Trl-Stafe Leasrae Drops to -1,000.
. Heortraalsatlon Necessary,
Harrlsburg. Pa,. Jan. 3. The Trl-
State Baseball League to-day voted to
reduce the salary limit from iwm a
month and Jl3 per man, to JT.600 per
month and JIM per man. This will
necessitate a virtual reorganisation of
many of the teams. Reading and Ches
ter representatives led the fight for a
reduction. Reports showed, that every
club lost money last season.
The league disallowed the claim of
Manager George W. Heckert. of Tren
ton, for il.433 back salary. A new board
of directors was elected, as follows: W.
B. Tunis. Harrlsburg; Dr .A, If. Bal
llet. Allentown; John H. Myers, Atlantic
City; Thomas H. Brown, Wilmington."
BOYS ENTERTAINED AT Y. M. C A.
The boys of the Y. M. C A. were
treated to a great card of Indoor sports
In 'their gymnasium last evening. The
Olympic Club basket-ball team, tho
prido of the younger element among the
employed Doys, won irom me i-on juyer
Junlvrs In an Interesting game. Si to 15.
Gebrtfe Hecht and Sidney Leech held
the Interest of the Urge crowd in as
pretty a race as has been run this year
at the association. The last lap was a
hummer. In the last few strides the
flying Hecht forged to the front and won
by a foot.
Then the big boys went out for thirty
minutes of fast basket-ball. The Orioles,
of the Y. M. C. A., won from the Sham
rocks. 20 to 4.
A wrestlirur match between Donald
Woolf and Fred Christie proed Inter
esting. Woolf winning In five minutes.
Chance Out of National Lcajrne.
New York. Jan. 3. Frank Farrell,
owner of the New York Americans, la
to-day In possession of the release of
Frank Chance br the Cincinnati, ciud.
He paid J1.500 to secure the "Peerless
Leader" and at onco wired Chance con
cerning the release.
Pendleton Not to Torn Pro.
Princeton. N. J., Jan. 3. Tolly"
Pendleton, one of the greatest all-around
athletes ever turned out by Princeton,
announced to-day that he would not sign
anv of tho several major league Base
ball contracts that have been sent to
DOWN THE ALLEYS.
NO TURKEY TROT
Music Committee CIuunMn
Puts Bui on TkU Kini. at
BUI to Proride for Parade aad BaH
Arrangemeab to Be Iatrodaced
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Totala. 01 W 604
XAVT DUCKflS LEAGUE.
Total. d 1 W
nail. I Marine Cor No. i
Ilurnes ...... i
Goldstein.... K K
o'Uira. CI 'I
eVolt 91 M
CnruUnan . 89 9
Totall Ill Ol
PATENT EXAJnXERS' LEAGUE
Inm IK in 19
Wrman .. 1M 199 13
Albercht 104 IB HI
!.eh .. . 1M W 1
Roepke Kl 1M W
Welkert. ir 193 ltl
ToUU... . 77: fS 81T
Totall ttO TQ M4
TERMINAL T. M. C. A LEAGUE.
Southern. Ticket Omre.
Trttfett 1M f I lorrli.. .. 1 !
Hrnn'kbouK T SO M Moffett. J" '
Stanley TJ T 111 Tjflnr n. TS l
Ptrirter .. K P Hniw... . B) l
Strobcl 109 90 S3 Mark T '
40 CT 453
WASniNOTOS RA1I.WAT RELIEF LEAGUE.
rml. 13 3 1M
Miller. li 1 11
,tnal. ui ik J
Walker S 193 1ST
SneUint 15S W 1"0
Totall 719 SS Hi
Men, Here's News Worth Reading
All Bennett Suits
From $20 1
to $45 73
No need to tell you about the quality of these garments. You
know them, The point is that you can buy them now for less
than at any other time.
WAny Soft Hat in the House 4 or
(Stetson excepted) P 1 .0 J
H-ir-$1.50 Chamois and Tan 01 IT
Walking Gloves ...pl.13
W"$1.00 and 1.50 Suspenders f.
in Xmas boxes vvt
New York Ave. and Fourteenth St.
We Kin Herald BXMMO contest rotes.
A ban on "turkey trof' music will be
p.tced by the music committee. Chair
man .Fercy 8. Foster yesterday an
nounced. Whether the turkey trot and
kindred terpslchorean eccentricities can
be presented without the accompaniment
of the sister art of melody, Mr. Foster
did not pretend to say. but the musical
programme will hark back to the old
time simplicity of simple waltzes and
Complete organization of the Inaug
ural committee and advancement of the
Inaugural fund to (63.333 were the de-M-lopments
of yesterday, and officials
and members of the committee declared
last night that they expected to en
counter no serious obstacles In the
steady progress toward a consummation
of plans formulated along tho lines fol
lowed in preparation for previous In
augurations. Subscriptions to the fund announced
jesterday were. Clarence P. King.
J500, J. W. Gregg, J100; Shannon &
Luchs. J100; Harris & Bhafer Company,
JM0; Ohio Lunch, by Charles Housser.
: Gen. George I Gillespie, 1100; B.
Rich's Rons. J0: Kdson Bradley. 3300:
Henry White. .i00: Gude llros. Company,
30: A. B. Browne J100: Alexander
Brttton, Jim; Gilbert II Grosvenor. J100;
Frank Stetson. JOO; William D. Hooer,
tlOO; R. It. Horner. J3; A. F. Jorss Iron
Works, J3; John W. Brawner. 3100; J.
Leo Kolb. M; T. A. Wlckersham. JIM;
George W. Evans. JS; George T. Keen,
Inc. 1100: William A. Henderson Com
pany, J3; Samuel J. Henry, J; Byron
S. Adams. J100; K. Southard Parker,
ja; John L. Weaver, J100; Otto Lueb'
A brisk expcdltlousncsa of procedure
at the meeting of the Inaugural commit
tee at tho New Wlllard yesterday morn
ing was of a kind with the spirt wltn
which members are taking up their tasks.
Amons the statements made In response
to Chairman Kustls call for reports irom
subcommittees was a reminder that at
this date, four ears ago. four meetings
of the inaugural committee naa ncen
held, and the need of rapid movement
dm madn aonarent.
There Is no Indication, however, that
anvthlnc- will fall of transaction
scheduled time. The problem of the place
for the ball Is to be solved at once. It Is
expected, by the presentation to Congress
of a draft or a bill, making an appro
priation to provide for safety and order
In tho Capital on inauguration day and
its surrounding dates, granting the priv
ilege of using the Pension Office for the
ball, and prowdlng other details or ar
rangements. George E. Hamilton, cnair
mnn nf ihft aubcommlttee on legislation,
Is to submit the draft, which Is now be
ing prepared. His commUtee will meei
to-nichL That It will Jiave .an early
passage Is confidently predicted. -To
That there will be little. If any. de
parture from precedents was indicated
again at the meeting of the Inaugural
committee. In a discussion that thor
oughly coered the "simplicity" which
President-elect Wllon Is related to have
expressed a desire for. Dr. Thomas Nel
son Page, Henry K. Davis. John Joy
Edson. M. I. Wcller. Mrs. Hamilton, and
Corcoran Thorn participated, and there
was a general opinion that there should
be no change from the forms adopted
for previous Inaugurations.
Chairman A M. Keppel. of the Rail
road Terminal Facilities, reported that
his committee planned to prevent ar
rhlng militia and other organisations
from forming in the Union Station, a
maneucr which, he declared, should be
executed In the plaxa or some other place
without the station Itself
The numler of soldiers to take part
In the parade was git en close attention
by the Inaugural Committee. The army
and navy contingent in the parade will
consist of three regiments of infantry.
one regiment of caalry. and one bat
talion of field artillery, one regiment
of marines, one regiment of bluejackets.
and the entire cadet corps of the Naval
Academy Ht Annapolis, and the Military
Academy at West Point. It Is estimated
that this group will total about 7,000 men.
No replies have jet been received from
any of the States as to how many ml
lltla organizations they would like to
hac In the parade.
Committees announced jestcrday were
Legislation George E. Hamilton, chair
man: Aldls B. Browne. Ira E: Bennett.
Henry P. Blair. Frank S. Bright, Will
iam W. Bride, Clifford K. Berryman, II.
Ralph Burton. John W. Clifton, Henry
K. Davis. George E. Fleming, Hon.
Charles J. Faulkener. Hon. William P.
Hepburn. Trank J. Hogan. A. A. Hoeh
Ung, Jr.. Frederick D. McKenney. James
D. Maher, Dr. James D. Morgan. Jerry
A. Matthews. N. O. Messenger, Arthur
Peter, Thomas J. Pence, John M. Ran
Ltn. Dr. Sterling Ruffln, W. Andrew
Smith. Alfred P. Thorn, Clarence R. Wil
son, Judson C. Wclilver, and John W
Reviewing stands Chairman, Arthur
Peter: vice chairman, John B. Colpoys
vice chairman, J. William Henry: archi
tect, Waddy B. Wood: Samuel Ross,
Preston B. Ray. Julian W. Whiting,
J. Dawson Williams, Emory II.
Bogeley, Claude W. Owen, M. Walton
Hendry. Alexander B. Legare, John B.
Henderson. Jr., Walter C Clephane, John
Paul Earnest. Charles M. Jones, L.
Nicholson, John W. Brawner, Dr.
T. V. Hammond. E. B. Wills. F. J.
Elchclbergcr, Arthur Lee, Preston Gib
son. Dr. Cary V. Langhorne. William
L. Dunlop, Jr., G. Thomas Dunlop, A.
G. Clapham, John Poole, Gist Blair,
James S. Easby-Smlth. Charles R.
Douglas. John P. Story. Jr., Ben Miller,
If. J. Clark. Leroy Mark, Joseph R.
Fague. Alexander IL Bell, A.
Mayer, Edward B. Kimball, C. F. R.
Ogllby. Jr.. Leon Tobrlner. Eugene II.
Waters. William S. Riley, Luke F. Lud
low, Joseph A. WHner, James Byer,
Milton Shelling. George E. Emmons, T.
'TranV' Morrrfn. John Q'Donoghue,"-
Cliartss ?. Smith, S. Edvr. Beat. J. P.
t-Trsieuo,' vranaai juacKejr, j-uuiKa. , u
gao, X O'Connor, Thomts Bradley, R.
a WUklns, William' O, Marrow, George
BT Hamilton, John S. Flannery, W. Ji
Lambert. Dr. Charles N. Gregory. .Harry
A. Kite, James IL Hayden. Benjamin B.
Minor. Morris Hacker, R. C. Drum
Hunt. 3. T. Noonani R, Ross Perry. Jr..
Wallace D. McLean, James IL Hopkins,
Huntington Jackson. B. W. .Parker, P.
Lea Phillips. Andrew J. Cummlngs.
Thomas Nelson Page, H. Presott Gat
ley, John W. Clifton. IL G. Meem. Henry
E. Davis, A. A. Hoehllng. Evans Browne,
Lafe Pence, George KlUeen, A. D.
Prince, Hugh B. Rowland. E. Reeves
Braddockv L. W. Groomes. James R.
nileraon. Frederick L. Huldekoper, A.
Coulter Wells. John Brewer, Robert N.J
Harper. George Bradley, Jr., tdwin s.
Hege. J. Miller Kenyon, W. V. Cox, S.
J. Preacott. Thomaa R. Melton. Maurice
J. Colbert, W. C. Crawley, Robert E.
Mattlngiy. r. I. FInucane. Charles C.
Frost. A. C. Hebbard. Samuel D. Wa
ters, Charles T. Cooley, and Edward
WILL DIVIDE 'TURKEY
THE NEW MEN'S WEAR SHOP
G Street Two Door Eait of Eleventh.
E. M. Newman, Lecturer, tells of Coa
ttioaU in the Balkan States
' and Turkey,
"When will the time come when a
great nation like the United States will
own proper homes for our foreign dlplo
maUo representatives abroad? It is a
shams that the United States Congress
Is teo stingy to provide homes which
would be In keeping with our dignity
and prestige among the nations of the
world." This question was propounded by
E. M. Newman, who lectured last night
before the National Geographic Society
at tho New Masonic Temple on "A Van
ishing Empire." Illustrated with beauti
ful colored slides and motion pictures,
showing Constantinople. Salonlkl, Scu
tari. Smyrna, Broussa. and other places
In European and Asiatic Turkey.
That the fate or Turkey and the future
lies in tho hands 08 the great powers
of Europe, was the statement made by
Mr. Newman, who contended that the
Balkan allies will conclude peace with
Tnrirei- but that the great European
powers will rob them of the fruits of
their victories and will divide European
Turkey among themselves, giving the
Balkan statea but meager compensation
tnr iheln troubles In driving the Turk
back Into Asia. Mr. Newman said that
th Ration allle were successful prin
clpally because Turkey was unprepared
for war with Italy and that the Albanian
Insurrection in connection with the
Italian war left Turkey in a weakened
condition, not prepared to withstand the
combined assault of the Balkan allies.
Visit Baltimore- Poultry Show,
A lafge delegation of Washington fan
ciers made their annual lsit to the
Marrland Poultry and Pigeon Associa
tion's show at tho Fifth Regimental Ar-
morv. Bait more, yesterday. ine oei
gallon was accompanied by the officers
of the Fanciers Association or this city,
amone whom were President G. E. How
ard. Secretary K. C Daeffy. Treasurer
A. M. Keene. and Superintendents W.
Gray and J. F. Bonds.
Death Doe to Own Panlt.
Tho edlct of the coroner's Inquest
held over the body of Joseph Clements.
who died Thursday night In Emergency
HosDttal from Injuries received when
struck by a street car Monday at Penn
sylvania Avenue and Eignteentn eireei,
was that his death was due to lack of
care on his part.
To Settle llreinahsn Claim.
SL Louis. Jan. 3. Directors of the 8t-
Louis Cardinals to-day prevailed upon
Mrs. Helcne Britton. owner of the club,
to settle the claim ot Roger Bresnahan.
deposed manager, for J13.000. Bresnahan
said to be wining to compromise nis
J49.0M claim for this amount.
By New York Telegraph.
First race Wheeler, The Cin
Second race Orbld Lad, Fancy,
. Third race Sprightly "Miss,
. Fourth race Gllpy. Closer,
Fifth race Malzle Girl. Baby
Doll. Little Marchmont.
Sixth race LacVB.oae, Puck,
Reduced from $1 to 59c
These Wool-fleeced Shirts and Drawers are the best known
and most popular of $1.00 garments. Reduced to only 59c, they
will be quickly sold. Come to-day this morning will be wisest
and find all sizes.
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FREE LECTURE AT THE
New National Theater
SUNDAY NIGHT, January 5,
By Wr. Windsor, LL. I., Ph. I.,
President of Boston College of Vltosophy. Introducing
seven beautiful young ladles and seen handsome
young men selecting life companions.
Also at National Rifles Armor'.
Tuesday night. January , "How to Become Rich."
Wednesday night. January ".'"How to Be Healthy.
These free lectures convey a message of greatest
importance to all persons interested in vltosophy
-the wise way of living." which Includes phrenology,
charaoler study, health culture, financial success, and
Public delineations of character at each lecture.
Consultations Daily at New Ebbitt Hotel
MUST WRAP BREAD.
Senator "UcCnmber Take Up KlBlit
Made by The Herald.
A law requiring all the bread sold In
the District to be wrapped was Intro
duced Into the" Senate yesterday by Sen
ator McCumber. as the result of a cam
paign started by The Washington Her
ald several months ago,, and since kept
steadily before the people of Washing
ton. This measure proldes that persons,
firms, or corporations engaged In the
manufacture of bread are prohibited
from remolng the bread from the build
ing In which It Is baked before inclosing
It In "suitable sanitary wrapper or pack
age that will protect It from dust, in
sects, or other contamination."
It also makes It unlawful for a dealer
or other person to sell or deliver bread
which hag not been properly wrapped by
the bakers of the same. The penalty
for each offense Is a fine not to ex
ceed $100 or Imprisonment not to exceed
three months, or both.
Police Boat Raised.
The Maj. Sylvester, the harbor poHc
boat, which was damaged some days ao
In a collision with the launch Dianna,
Is again In commission and doing
duty, having undergone repairs to th
hull. The Vigilant, the sister ship of
the Maj. Silvester, is still under re
pairs and. will probably not be out for
a matter of six weeks.
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