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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1913.
Amateur Baseball Under National Agreement for the District
Manager. Detroit Tigers. Says
Nationals Have Chance to
Land 1913 Flag.
JIMMY WALSH HERE
Former Bantam-weight Boxer in Capi
tal Declares Ritchie b a Real
Hy 1VILLTA3I PEET.
"llio Nationals would hae won the
pennant last jcar had Griff been able to
show one more consistent pitcher to help
out Bob Groom and alter Johnson.
At that It was a great ball club, and I
believe will oe In the running for the
championsh'p next season '
Thus fpol Husrhey Jennings, manager
of the Detroit Tigers, who is tearing oil
an act at Chases this week
Jenninss Incidentally made the bis hit
cf the eenin? at the Fifteenth blreet
pla house, and was forced to respond
to the urgent request for a speech
Discussirtr baseball in general, and the
Detroit .Tigers In particular, Hughe)
"I am not making an predictions as
to where my ball club will finisl in 10L1,
but feel confident that we will spring a
few surprises Grin! made liistorj last
ear, and I ha e enough star ball pla crs
on my team right now for the nucleus
of a. pennant contender."
Jennings paid a high tribute to little
Kddie Foster, the Washington thlrd
sacker, whom ha considers the best hot
corner man in the league The Tiger
leader sajs he liked the Nationals for the
reason that the were alwas taking
chances, and trying to pull oft some
thing Of all the ball-plaer actors the writer
has seen, Jenning3 Is easil) the best.
Jimmy Walsh in Town,
Jlmmj Walsh, of Boston, formerly
recognized as the bantam-weight boxing
champion, was in the Capital for a few
hours last night en route for the South,
where he will spend a few weeks.
"Walsh Is one of the mot popular little
fellows who eter pulled on a gloie, and
has been boxing in fast companj
Speaking of the light-wight situation.
Wal'h sas "This fellow Ritchie, who
nas jusi oca-en Ad wolgast. is the real
goods I believe he can beat Wolgast
am time the rair meet In a long-dis-tati'-e
bout lit a sure enough cham
pion. Walh has boxed two draws with John
nv Kilbane and one with Abe Attell.
and has beaten such good men as John
nj Coster, Pal Jfoore, and others.
Carolina's Football Coach.
Word was recened last night that
Trenchard. the former Princeton end,
ad been signed to coach the Unnersitj
of North Carolina football eleen for
next fall Jack Hegartj. the George
town 1912 leader, was mentioned for the
MIMT ItACn Tuo- car-olds, quarter
irilt Please Welles, 112 (Mondon), 9 to
- won. Gordon, 11. (Butwell), to 5
-ecoml fcahatlon Be. 115 (Moore). i to
i third Time. Hi bmlling face.
Wood n bhocs. Red Ilajah Ida Cook
l"il.uora, Teddv Kcrner, Dick's Pet, and
llarwood also ran
M-CON'D RACE Four-, car-olds and
upward live and one-hilf furlongs
roin Dor, 111 (Buxton) to 6 won.
Madman. 10) (MU'grae), 7 to 10 second.
Bertis, 101 (Wolfe), 10 to 1, third. Time.
1 10 2-3. Chilton Squaw, Dipper, Mis
Primitive, Fair Atlanta, and Sheriff
Gnielnger alo ran
THIRD RACE Thrco- ear-olds, fle
and one-half furlongs Ancon 114 (But
well), 11 to 10. won, IIoll Worth. 117
(Obert). IS to I second. Ella Grane. 107
(Denner), 1" to 6, third. Time. 1 11
luschia. Tcrroblaneo. Prince Fonso, 11
lls and Frank Hutchinson also ran
FOURTH RACE belling, six furlongs.
Amoret, 117 (Butwell), 3 to 5. won. Wan
der. 113 (Vandj!en). 6 to 1, second, Fath
rrola, 1 (Wolfe), 6 to 1 third Time.
1 16. Edith Inez and Right Eas alio
FIFTH RACE Four-j ear-olds and up-
waru live aiiu une-rcui lunongs. Amer
ieus 114 (Corel), to R won, Harcourt,
!( (Pickens). 10 to 1 second Ben Prior.
lui (ueunipn, 10 10 1, inira rime, 1 104-0
Inspired. Grace Mc . Tin Tim rtlnneh
Frances. Wild Weed, Maurice Reed, and
noure also ran
blXTH RACE Four-j ear-olds and up-
varu, ceiling, iniie ana seeat Jams
tipellbound, 107 (Goose), 4 to 1, won:
Banorella. (Ford), Men, second.
I llant, 117 (Musgrave). 13 to 3. third.
Time 1 .11 3-5 Swarts Hill, Tendant.
jienncK t anici ana insn Kin also ran
I Were Cheap at $18, $25, & 535
Tailor Made in New Styles, X
! $20, $15, $10
Made to Qlfi
Order.,., y I U
$30 SUITS, $15 1
I $40 SUITS, $20
i You don't find such clothes
X as these in ordinary "rcduc-
tion sales." They are the
y most stylish and up-to-date
in Washington. ' y
Morton C. Stout i
i & co. i
Tailors in 13 Cities.
910 F $t. N. W.
PREDICTS GOOD SEASON.
Manager of t&o rfcUXdtlrbU Nationals, who Mrs
bta club will be la tho flfht for the pennant from
Smoky City Quint Wins Basket-ball
Game on Arcade
Court, 32 to 26.
BRACE IN SECOND HALF
Georgetown Five Gets Together in
Final Period and Puts Up
a Stiff Fight
After a game struggle the George
town basket-ball team had to bow to
the colors of the Pittsburg University
quint, at the Arcade last night, 32 to 36.
Last season Georgetown came out vic
torious over the Smoky City bojs 31
The second half brought forth
the best work of the Georgetown boys.
on the short end of the score, 16 to 10,
at 'the end of the first half, the Blue
and Graj five took the lead for the tlrst
e during the game, caging the ball
four times in quick succession, bring
ing their total up 10 18 points This
lead was but short lned, the Pittsburg
bos struck the stride that won for
"them oer the Pcnnslanla University
five Goal after go il was registered
b the Orange and Black ne till it
scemtd that the Blue and Gray bojs
would be overwhelmed.
Coach Collltlowcrs bojs took a brace
toward the close of the game and for
awhile It looked as though the Pitts
burg bojs would have to give in Ba
ker, for the winners, along with Camp
bell for the Hilltoppers. were the chief
scorers of the contest, the lattcr's goals
from the center of the floor being the
feature work of the evening Wetzell
and W Campbell gave the best exhibi
tion of guarding that has been seen
around this part of the country in some
time Manj shots for the meshes were
spoiled b some timely work of these
twoplajers Llnc-up and summary:
. . Baaer
. . Frihman
. V. Cajnpbell
HbsUtntr Kelly for Martin. Marum for loley
IVlil goal-WaMmn (!) LamrMl (6), VVrtHll.
I'olev Marum. Irishman (3 Bxker (5) Reese,
VV Campbell (3). Oshsenliirt O. Goals from
foils DaiT (6) UaMron III nrOTs Mr Hncbes.
Timer- Mr Donnelly TInw of halrr Twenty
RACING CARDS FOE TO-DAY.
lIRbT KACE Vuar sar-cid and upward, pur
CCO Klhcjt nre and one-ball rorloocv
TKant Kirk . 55 ! Kaura
Mon Anl- 'OS ' J Vmmallj . IK
Kanla 1j .rtcnant
MUcio 100 Th Cook
rgocaat 106 1
SECOVD KiCE-Three-Tear-o!d maHrja, rairse
Xau tern"? six tunooz
tarty Hannah' . 5 1 n. IT Gray .
nna Claire . . . 1V1 ! Ktrmnndj ... .
Merrjr Chaw . 101 1 Clilt Top . .
STOS5Ct 103 I Old Hank . .
Ijt ran ICj h Alorjran VU.on
sweet Tunc 106 1 Ikn-JiCllr.a .
THIlin Il-VCD-Thrc srar-olds and irpward rairw
S30G rrUins aix ana nae-nair fononss.
Mi Jonah- . 8 I I"rr!tn W
rmrcru 100 lmt . lot
(.recian Bend 103 ( htaira lm
liCUrarco 104 I llcreUo 10!
baa Barber ... . Its I
FOUBTII HACB-Ttrcr-ycar-olds and upward;
Tro J300. Tllnff. til furlonc
Tink ldr ... U Bodkin 1W
Wlllh "O l IxwrJ WdU 101
1H MiChomulro . ..103
(.mar .. ajiiwton Wljjmj . .Ill
IIFTI! IHCE-Thrrejeir-oIls and upward
r-tr $3)0 wllinir air anrl or-half forloncs.
Itowbiin IV . . 1 Otlllan ltri
I)ir- !T Monlrr ...... IIK
l.rare Mr v I max colllna
ThrtlJ 1Q I uanceniway ins
I.IittTn. Jr jo I uuij vantKrmr.
Cbrcr Dp 1M I
SIXTH BACB Thr-rear-ldj and upward; puna
53. ceuing. stx rurionzs.
Ancon MIOoM Cap
lneislori ...... ...
l.ark B Eubazks
Qucation Mark . ..
Blaze ItS I Horizon Ill
SECOND RACE-ScUinc. four-yearoldl and up
ward; om xnlle
TIIIRD lUCE-Sellins. tirco-jrar-oldj and up
ward; six faiiougs. t
Inqnieta ... .......... 91
IacTt Young .
Doe ADon ....
Native Eon ...
Rio Fro. ....
A inter Oreen ..... 101 Florence ttoberta
Gold of Ophlr ...i
FIFTH BACE Three-jearolda and upward:
Charley Brown ...... loS
Milt Joniw 309
Panrail Hall ....... 10
SIXTH RACE Four jrar-olda and upward: on
Calethimipian ........ KO I Cantrrn ,n$
Rnral DoUr ......... 101 1 Jack Ellis ins
Wilhite ItB Gelioo i. 1M
Idr MTllw .......... 103 1 Acumen 108
itlis ....... ........ iu
'Apprentice aDowanoj of flr pcunSJ rlatmnT.
Martin It '
w alarm .. I4I
I. (ampbrll ' .
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Protest Against the Indian Was Made
Too Late to Be of Any
i-nedal OUe to Tho Wuhlasbm Herald.
London. Feb. 3. Tho Dally Stall's Go-
thenberg correspondent says it la tho
opinion of M. Ilellstrom, secretary of tho
Swedish Olympic committee, that the
athletic prizes cannot be taken from Jim
Thorpe, and the protest to, be of any
alue ought to have, been lodged one
month after the conclusion of tho games
Sigfrld Edstrom, chairman of the Olym
pic games organization committee, says
he Is of tho same opinion. "We received
a written notification from the Amateur
Athletic Union certifying Thorpe was an
W. Beach Thcmas, former president of
tho Oxford University Club, writing to
the Dally Mall on English amateur ath
letic association's schemo for producing
an effective British team for the Berlin
Olympic games, speaks of the -.alue of
copying American methods, and says:
"Both Germans and Swedes are going
direct to the Americans for information
on the art of throwing and Jumping
Photographs are being taken of the
right attitude, as practiced by record
makers, and even men of science are
being called In to work out a formula
or the stress and energy and accelera
tion wo saw at Stockholm last year.
It l as useless for us to compete
against people who studv questions in
this way as It would be to try and Dlay
a fiddle without specialists to help us
in ins iccnmque.
"We haie only really studied the art
or rowing in a sclentllic way. and or
ganlzers of the new cult of athletics de
sire abrne all else to set athletes work
ing in the right style, as arc all our
"It Is a greatly discussed nuestlon
whether this can be done without going
to America or Sweden for our first les
NEW BASEBALL LEAGUE
FORMED IN GOTHAM
Xcw York. Feb 3. Representatives of
N'ew York. Pennsylvania, and New Jer
sey towns met at the Hotel Cadillac this
afternoon to form a new Interstate base
ball league The name of the league
will be determined before the conference
William II Pfau, of this citj. it Is un
derstood, has been selected for the presi
dency of tho league
Following are the eight .cities proposed
for membership In the league Middle
town. X Y , New burgh, N Y : Pough
keepsle. N" Y : Kingston, N Y . lxng
Island Citv. N. Y.. Easton, Pa . Patcrson,
X J, and New Brunswick, N. J
DOWN THE ALLEYS.
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Tacjirt 93 si
. 7 33
1 10SI Wr-toott
90 r 1 i Trior .. .
Ill 90 T8 1 Shaw
T (3 1 Fowler ....
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n 4tl tal Total . .
J9I CO 400
t. ji a a
109 K 93 1 Irel
Total .. .J10 313 SI I Total
.. 3C 5 33
ISTLIICOLNCII. (K. OF C) LEAGUE.
5. it- ai
t McCarthy .. "C 1M
Kennellr . . 2
T Mcrthigb-JO: M 81
VcAnLS .. 91 91 1
Mibnney . . 7 70 76
K Bonn . 90 79
.4K C7 43 I Total r
7 19 I Shaffer .. S
fhitrtr . ...
1J7 I Jhaffer ... S
1H I Shaffor .... 3
157 Thaller 3
35 I Brown . ... 3
30 Itrown . .. 3
lr Brown. 7
1M I Krown. 7
191 1 Brown.- 4
1501 Itruh . 1
Harwood .... 4
llarwool .... 4
Harwood. ... S
3C I Brush..
1S8 Hardle .
2 Harrlio .
17$ Hardle .
190 I Hardie .
lt I Hardle S
183 333 33
ITS 184 183
176 13 ro
, 1SS 153 158
931 KB 850
Thomas. 163 191 1
Totals. S 5lS
(By New York Telegraph)
First Race Gay, .Kiora, Evran.
Second Race Ocean Queen, Pal
Third Race Magda B., Inquleta,
Fourth Race Gold ot pphlr.
Kootcnay, Insurance Alan. '
Fifth Race Volsel, Faneuil Hall.
Sixth Race Cantem,, Jack Ellis.
Race Eaton, -Mon
Second Race Syosctte, Slerry
Chase. R. H. Gray.
Third Race Font. Heretic, Miss
Fourth Race Lawton "Wiggins,
Chemulpo. Lord Wells.
Fifth Race Outlan. Dipper, Billy
Sixth Race Gold Cap. Question
Mark, Mack- B. .Enbanksv
WILL MEET LA SELLE.
Ooryrtjht by Edaonatoa,
UltMIe-weJcbt rtuuanion -rratler of the world, who
will makn hu initial appearance cf the season here
Two Famous Grapplers Will
Meet on the Mat in
TURNER VS. LA SELLE
Manager Peck Books a Local Boy
in the Initial Boat of the
Wrestllnc fans -will come into their own
acaln. as the mat came Is dne to set an
other start In the National Capital.
Manager George l'eck. of the Oayety
Theater, who handled some of the beat
matches eer witnessed in this city last
it-ason, stated esterday that he had re
ceived a contract from La belle, the mld-dlc-n
eight ehimplon of the West, and
that tho "A Indy City crappler would be
matched with Joe Turner, present middle-weight
champion of the world, at the
Oajety Theater 1 rlday night.
lt is trile that th ur.tlllnf. .imj hqi
J)een abusAl by some mrdlocre wrest
lers, snld Manager l'eck enterduy. "but
a real good man will not fako a match
can vav trul that eer- bout held In
m houso list season was absolutely on
le.cl. as far as 1 was concerned
Turner will meet La Sella in the first
bout Fridav night, and you can sa for
that neither man Is receiving a
stipulated sum. but that & purse has been
onercrt and the winner will receive 78
per cent of this The loser will cet barely
hail a letter from Tom Duchesne a
few dav ago sajing that lie would be
In Washington earl in February. If
Duchesne w.tnts to meet some good men.
I will put him on, but I do not intend to
have am second-rate wrestlers work for
me this winter," continued Heck "Ihe
wrestling game has been abused in
Washington, but not b the real tlrst-
clas men. Tho second-raters have
framed up some of the bouts, with the
result that the public has lost faith In
them I will try to give the public some
good, clean, fast bouts, and only ask
that a llttie time le given me In order
to get the men together
Zliywako to Work.
Manager Peck will have Dr Roller,
Amerlcus, Zbjszko, and Irsllnger here
within the next month or so, and the
wrestling fans of the District can count
on seeing some of the best matches ever
staged around this section.
Joe Turner, who will make his reap
pearance here Ftldaj night, has been
defeating all comers In the North, and
recently has made Glov ersv 111c. N Y., his
home. I.ast Wednesday night Joe
trimmed Young Watson in straight falls.
winning the tlrst In seventeen minutes
and the second in twelve Turner won
thirteen matches In lioston and three in
Turner's opponent. La Selle. the mlc-dle-w
eight champion of the West, comes
here with a big reputation, made In Chi
cago, where he has defeated some of the
best men in his class. La Selle Is anxious
to get a chance at Turner, whoe fame
nas gone ns far West as Chicago. The
I'ollcc Gazette gold championship belt
also win nc up on the match against a
sum equal to the belt posted by La
f-elle. This match will be the first of a
series for tho middle-weight champlon-
snip ot the world. to,te staged at the
,oenl Boy lo Meet Fred Sin nicer in
A hot fight Is booked for Monday nlcht
In Baltimore at Fred Mungcrs club,
when Ehanky Gardner, the local light
weight who lias jet to taste defeat, will
box ten rounds with Fred Munger, the
Gardner is working hard for the match
under the careful eje of Danny Lewis.
IJnrtmonlh ,. Indiana In Gotham.
New York, Feb. 1 As a result of a
conference held here between Glenn
Warner, coach of Carlisle, and a mem
ber of the Dartmouth athletic board. It
was announced that elevens represent
ing those colleges will meet In New York
next falL The date has not been fixed.
Bermuda Jockey Club to Open.
Hamilton. Bermuda, Feb. J. Sporting
Interest here has revived, becauso sev
eral ball teams will train here this sea
son, and It was announced to-day that
the Bermuda Jockey Club Is making
plans for the reopening of Its once fa
mous race track.
Harry Lord tor Yankees.
Chicago,, Feb. J. It was rumored here
to-day that Harry Lord, the great all
around player of the White Sox. who
Is "In bad" with the fans here, is to
be traded to the New York Americans.
K. O. Brown Mecl niren.
New York. Feb. 3. "Knockout" Brown
Is fe-day on his way to Los Angeles,
having left here to meet Joe Rivers, the
Mexican light-weight, in a twenty-round
bout on February J2.
Chnnrc After Overall.
Los Angeles. Feb. 3. Frank Chance,
manager of the New York Americans, is
anxious to secure Overall, the Cab
jiitcber.. n T
FOR CONTROL OF
S. Edward Beach Proposes
Most Drastic Change in
Voting Power and Final Dedtions
to Be Vetted in a Board of
By C. IV. SWAN.
The Amateur -Commission of tho Dis
trict of Columbia will more than likely
be abolished when this body meets to
adopt the changes In the rules .suggest
ed by tho rules committee, which met!
last night In Manager Griffith's office. In
the Southern Building Instead of the
amateur commission, the Idea is to have
an association of amateur leagues of
The chief change In the amateur situ
ation will be the doing away with the
commission as the governing body of
amateur baseball In the District. In Its
Place, It Is planned to have a governing
board, to consist nf the president, vice
president, and treasurer of, the commls
slon. who will control amateur baseball
cntlrels. The members of the commis
sion, that Is. the presidents of the dif
ferent leagues, will not have a ote In
any matter whatsoever, the governing
board giving the final decision In all
Three Men to Govern.
This will place Hie governing body In
the same position now occupied by the
National Commission, and Manager Grif
fith sugested that the rules of the asso
ciation be adopted from those of the
National's organization Tho presidents
of the different leagues will attend the
meeting or the association, as the com
mission will be known In tho future.
no win present an questions pertaining
to their individual leagues, but th deci
sion In all matters will come from the
governing bodj. and there will not be
an appeal to the arbitration board al
lowed, as the arbitration board will be
r Beach. In speaking of the new
order of events said "The governing
board will draft an agrement. somewhat
similar to the national agreement which
controls professional baseball throughout!
the country, so that the teams affiliated
with th different leagues throughout the t
city win. through the president of their
organization, be called Into a session,
and asked to sign the same
This will put the complete control of
amateur baseball In the District In th
hands of three Impartial men, who are
interested In its welfare. The idea of
the board or control is not to take away
from the various leagues the opportunity
of controlling Its own affairs, for each
league will be a separate and distinct
part of the association of amateur
leagues of tlva District of Columbia. Just
as the American League Is one party
to tne .National s agreement, but is for
the the purpose of placing tho interpre
tation ana tne earning out of the rules
agreed to in the beginning of the season
until tho end. o as to prevent the presl
dents of the jlffcrent leagues getting to
gether near the close of the season and
setting aside tire constitution and laws
In such matter as to benefit a particular
team or teams who will take part In tho
Good for All Time.
"It goes without salng that if the
rules are good enough to govern In the
beginning of the season, they should be
good enough to finish with."
The association of amateur clubs, as
proposed by Mr. Beach, will remedy the
evu errects or the commission. There
will be no "lobbying" or friendship
shown for ono man or league: Instead,
three men will handle the affairs of the
amateurs, who will take good care that
even ono will get a square deal. Mr.
Beach, while not an, officer of tho com
mission, has done a great deal for ama
teur baseball and plajers, and, while it
may be rather early to offer a sugges
tion, it would be a good plan for the
commission to elect Mr. Beach v,lce pres
ident of that body, ns he will then be
a member of the gov ernlng boards. Mr.
Beach did not state last night whether
he would accept this position or not, but
It Is understood that should the posi
tion be tendered him. he will accept.
Those present at the meeting last night
were Manager Griffith. S. Edward Beach,
Charley King, Harry Shurtleff, Bob
Do)le, Hike MacDonald, Gus Gray, BUI
Belts, and John Kelly.
KUIST RACE Three and one-half fur
longs. Dick Dodlc. S to 1, won: Edith
iv.. - to j, second, uia Ben. 1 to 4, third.
Time. 0.41 1C Ilara Vez, CoL McDoug
all. Sir Harr. Best Be. Galar. Othello,
and Manganese also ran.
SECOND RACE One mile. Judge
"Walton. 30 n 1. wnnr rirftn Otl.en 3. tr
. secona; u. vv. Kennan. 7 to iu, third.
Time. 1.30 4-5. Lehigh. Helen Scott.
Quick Trln. Del Friar. Ben Uncas. Force.
and Aragonese also ran.
third RACE One mile. Fern L.. 3
3. won: Melton Street. 4 to 5. second:
Goldon Agnes. 7 to 1, third. Time,
1 39 2-Z. Sake, Puck, and Dangerous
March also ran.
a-TJURTH RACE Five and one-naif
furlongs. Florence Roberts. 9 to 3, won:
Pride of Llsmore. 1 to 3. second: Lady
Panchlta, 7 to 10, third. Tltne. 1.06 3-5.
Mona Canomann, Til ford Thomas, and
Gllpv also ran
FIFTH RACE Six furlongs. Rooster,
to 1. won: Barsac. 8 to C second:
Sprightly Miss. 4 to 5. third. Time. 1.13.
Safranor, Garden of Allah, Hasson,
Madeline B.. and Choctaw also ran.
SIXTH RACE Six furlongs. Bob
Linch. 4 to 1. won: Fcrrona, 7 to 1, sec
ond: Jim L, 1 to , third Time, 1:13.
Beda. Swede Sam. Ben Greenleaf, La
Cazadora. and Collnet also ran.
Hnnt O'Day for American Lencne.
Chicago, Feb. 3. Unofficial announce
ment was made at the American League
headquarters here to-day that Iank
O'Day. former manager of the Cincin
nati Reds, had accepted a Job on the
American League's umpiring staff.
"Wolcast to Jleet "Winner.
New York. Feb. 3. The winner of the
Packey McFarland-Jack Brltton bout,
which will be staged here next month,
will meet Ad Wolgast. former light
Zybsiko to Meet Lurch.
Chicago. Feb. 3, Zbj sskn, the giant
Pole. 11 to meet GeorRe Lurch, the Bus-
slan wrestler, here in a few dajs for,the
puniunw vi mittiieiiie '"vn v. uio i
world's championship, which title fc.oys-1
zko claims, because Gotch has gone. Into I
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1 ' NATIONAL
5 And 14 Other Makes of Bicycles.
Sundries and Rrnalrlnir.
E. P. HAZLETON
439-31 10TH ST. JSW.
9 Open ErealnKS Until 7a30. M-3.
AITOMOBILES FOI HIRE
Five and aeren patsanaeer car.
BROWN BLAIR GARAGE
1319 L St N.W.
Phone N. 1470.
We Orra Vote, to Tb. Bacald'i 13.00) Orate.
Of Everr Kind Always Here.
Trl. M. 0444.
Wo kIto Herald (2X000 contest -rote.
Expert Electric, Vehicle RefWiiiK
Etorace Batteries repaired and re
newed. Irnltlon and Lichtln- Batter
lea Charted and Built to Order.
S01THW0RTH KEISEft CO.
Phone M. 3331. near 1130 L St, "K. W.
ait Vote t Tb. Bmat SVM CoataoV '
P. M. CORR.
Arfent for Flandrr and Yale Motor-
ejcles ana ",orr special uicyeie.
Motorcrelr Oterhaullns and Belt Ite-
palrlne. Acreuorlee and Sundries.
Blryele Repalrtnx, nmatnjr. and
Orerhaullnsr. upptleo nnd Aceeoaofie.
81S Oth St. ."V. lA. Phone Mala S1S3
Konetchy Itefuara to Man.
St. Louis. Feb. 3. "Bisr Ef Konetchy.
the star first backer of the St. Louis
Cardinals, to-day notlned Mrs. Helene
Brltton. owner of the cluh. that he will
. , ' .,,, .. i.. h. ,.... err sm
Mrgi BrUton thinka thc pr.ce "much 'too
Largest Morning Circulation.
The $20 and $25 Over
coats at $12.75 include
the popular rough mix
ture materials in every
popular style. '
Fancy Self and Silk
Lined Overcoats worth
up to $30 at $1475.
For big men 42, 44,
46's, in $15 and $18
D er co at sat $8.75.
Plain black and Oxford
P-B Trousers reduced
as follows: $4 and $5
Trousers, $2.90. Up to
$6 Trousers,s$3.90. Up
to $7 Trousers, $4.90.
P-B Hand -tailored
Suits are generously reduced.
Known Men's Store
I Money Talks
j We Save Yon 33 Per Cent oa ?
Painting: AntoxnobUea. A
adluta Varnishes, the only var
ntshea that will stand soap. mud.
and water. We bake enamel on
hoods and fenders.
Autos painted. J1Z.50 and oa.
Cor. 14th and W Sis. N. W.
Way skonld Automobile- owners ne ter
menteo" with tire trouble when tkey
can. be soaltlTcljr doaa away with .
Tke World's Btit FOUr
(or Automobile Tire.
Vo Hipei laent.
JHreaitVrt Tltttr Co.
2C8 Southirn Buu-me
FUIIns Plant. 33-S34 Fourteenth
Street N. W.
We sjtve Herald (33.000 contest rotes.
WARREN MOTOR SALES GO.
naa Rrmoreo. la
1610 14th .Street N.W.
Phone Horth S89T.
"BUY A WARREN AND
. BE A WINNER"
rl"i"I' lilt t '-
. GEO. W. BEALL
fM5 Itk SL I. W. M. 7865
V. cira Tata Is Tha Herald'a CB.0M Oslea.
We Oho Totae m -x Barald't ES-tD Conatx.
PHACTICE LIMITED TO MET.
Thlrtvr vears" nractlce. treating tha
Stomach. Bowels, and Nervous Condi
tions: Liver. Kidney. Bladder, Blood,
and Skin trouble.
e08' Xeo-Salveraan Administered.
Consultation free. Medicines fur.
nlshed; charges low. Hours: 9:30 to 1.
and 3 to S. Closed Sundays.
733 13th St.
804 Seventeenth Street
97 Y EltS' aoecesafui practice In tho
. aaaaw eun .f ckMiiU. w..na
and Special dUeaaes of Men and Womta.
Means. Health to You if You Suffer
rrem Olarrh. Ofcealtr. Uienmatiara, CesaUnUc.
raea.'Tbrnt.lLus(, Brail, Heart. Blood, and Sala
Ulaeaaam. Kenans Ttefciltrv KMn im.m ntu(.
Jet Trodblo. SpeclM Blood fotaaailsi. Enrtlooa,
i.Kn. oo au mraia cnaeuaa enxfa lor uia u
j.r..oui.giu co r ou.
On tto nervous systrm. blood, and
stomach. Doctor's service and medicine.
12. Hours. 10 to (. Phone U. 3110.
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