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DRESDEN EASILY CAPTURES I
Small Field Fails to Give
\T _ for 2-y^?*-o!d?; H.000;
Victor any Competition ^ w, ?
"* * Vnmra 1M Wilson 1?
_____________ uoa MrMeekia 10k Turaer J-J
Doafhaat 10J Carroll
The Archer Runs Second, Hobey Baker, Third, tT%u Z ST11 \
While Aiken, Who Start. Well, *??. , Jg JS ? * cL
' p. . , D , , . tlrSfeekla. 8 to 5. 4 to 5; Doughnut. 2 Ml.
Finishes a Bad Last. Tt . i:??. ???.o*; **. ???"?
place driving- winner?ch.c. 2, by Brjn
? ? Mawr-Ceroa. Trainer. ?. Bnrlew.
HAVRJC DE GRACE. Sept. II.? 1 ? . grcO*D BACI.
The Harford County Handicao for _ . , ? , The I'nited state. Army Officer. gteepleJ-MAr-ow.
upward .t on? mil. Trackman s Selections. fjzzrz,
?n? seventy yards resulted In an ,lar mrmr. tbom two sMIea: pane. $1,200.
victory for W. Fenwlck'g AT AOUKDUCT. Hone Wt Jockey Fin
">readen over Tha Archer And _ _ . . , Clienter Two ltl Ma] Cullen I-l
H?bey Baker, with the only other Flr"* H*"clM*T' Jaybird in Ma] Koch 21
tarter Aiken a bad laat Cart GkmrcAlll, taMIe Rlag. Aronbear 1(3 Lleat. McCreary $
The race aa A spectacle wa? A Second Raee?Miracle Man, Heph- Hj7yblr!"aa? A^Mite^'couplea" HerriPoor
one. It wAa APPArent when iiatee. Phantom Bh?. maana'a rider 'asaeated; remounted and
the fleld was rACing down the bAck Tk|r- Racf-t'irtew, M?" Man. ?">l?bed
tretch that Callahan could as- I _ . 1'he.ter Two. 2 to 1. ost. out; J "bird.
time tha lead at Any time with I T" ?: Aroabaar. out. Time. 4
JV.aden Leaving the ha.f-mll. W' T
?x>*t she responded with courage Copper Demo . Trainer, Ma]. Stanley Koch.
when called upon and raced pASt Fifth Raee?Saddle Hit*, carfew. THULD KACE '
H"b*y BAker. Gray Gables. Por .od up; rlalmlsg: mile
Aiken, which had gone to the, g|Xtii Race?Ray Jay. Yankee 4nd one-sixteeath; parse, $1,000.
front rounding the first turn and Horvi Wt Jockey fls
opened up a safe lead, was show- ' Begal Lodge 108 Schnttiager 1-Vi
!H? "J*"* ?f dUtr"? *nd "u't w>>*n AT HAVRE DE GRACE. ii|H SSL. ]!g
ner' k'm" l? wlthl,"nd 'h* *T ?" First Raee?Joha Morrill. Salnaoa Huonec 89 WalU 4
ner s challenge. Dresden elected to rk?? Regal Lodge. I to 1. t lo I. out; Super,
come to the outside where the oat, oat; Rep. oat. Time. 1:47 8-5. Start
footing was not ag deep as that Second Race? Larky Find, Plo- good; won driving pises ssme. Winner?
?n the rail, where Butwell kept ?? * , Straaabar*er entry. br g ?. by Beppo-Orisns. Trslner, H. W.
Hobey Baker for practically the Third Race-?Commander Colin, Hoa*- poumth race
enlwe dl*tAnce- . Hl?h C. Al. Tbe Belldsme Handicap; $3,000 sdded; for
The Archer, which had been a Fonrth Race Old Sinner. TrsAi- 2-yenr-old fillies; fire furlongs.
trailer the , first part of the race. ta|^ sieata Hone Wt Jockey Fls
,r!k ",r.,utfi?, u.r,dte,ren,hur*rn5 b.?0... m?*- a s
di-P^.d 'of tiV tlr*ncr Salmon ?*" ?? J-Jg* Si S2SZ* V
tarur a. the end The battle Slatb Rae^-Brtbed Voter. Beaev- *352. ii? i
from a speculative standpoint cen- oienr. snrgoyne. Nsncy Sbsnks 103 MrAtee 6
ter'-d on Dresden and Hobey Baker. Seventh Race?Goldlne, Grattan. Vslentls 104 Wilson 7
with the latter the more pro- Encrtnfte. Modesty 112 Schuttlnger S
nouueed choice * Mjr B'T#rW- 8t0 5. $ to a. 1 to ?; *?oAMrf
fr?? >,?,?.,? that fac?d AT L.ATOXIA. t,rtn- 2 to * #T**; Peslteat. $ to 2. Time,
h w . 1 w horfe" J*? 1:00 2-3. Btsrt good; wos drirlng; plscs
) the starter in the feature attrac- First Race?Rapid Day, Gaver- same. Winner?h.f. 3. by Ultimas-Reflex,
tion the card catered to a mediocre nor. Jack Hare. Jr. Trslner. D. E. McDsnlel.
lot and uninteresting racing on the second Race?Black Betty. Asia, FITTH EACE.
whole resulted. The majority of Georgette. Maidens; 3-yesr-oids snd up; parse, $1,?
the winners were returned by wide i Third Race Sea Coart, Radio, 000: OD* mil?
margins Are Horse Wt Jockey Fls
- Lam pun 112 Pstor l-?
nn, ... _ ? ioarth Raee ? Lady Mother, Ar>|^o. nl wilwa M
VlY MCXJ IN f II Martha Falloa. Birdie G. Fraak Fogarly 113 Rice
kjlA flcll ill U. U, Fifth Raee?Ace High, Centl- Cote dOr 107 MarlselU 4
A'AAAAl aas we wo Mte|| Ken Bolt. Voormlr 112 Pets S
20Q-P0UND CLUB ^-T-V-HI H ? -?S.
4 UV Seventh Rare?East Side. I.esal, 4 to j. i to s; rraak rogarty. 1 to 2.
________ Dartmoor. Time. 1M) 4-3. Start good; won esully;
plsce same. Winner?cb g. 3, by Star
More Expected When Absent m 1TIIAI |r PDfnTlli DC 18hoot r",Brl*t K " K,rrl<:k
Candidates Report; Sig- Lnl HULIv Ulul/VLllU The Bard Seni^8Haad?ap: for S-year.
t t> oW* 411(1 ?p: nd oae-bslf furlongs;
IN STIFF WORK-OUT :iC /jr ,?
Coach Albert Exendine gathered War Sou 10T Coltllettl 2-5
his young army of gridiron hop.- St. Alias 101(4 Harriaoo S-10
fuls around him on the Hilltop gqUa(] gent Through Scrim- Ugh* Rom. 4 t. 1. e?e?. ont; War Note.
Held yesterday and took stock of "M 6 ? to 5. oot; St. Alias, out. Time. 1:1. 1-8.
th. situation. mare and Si una 1 Practice. ?? ea.ny; place aaae. wia"All
the halfbacks form a line * 8 1 aer?ch.f. ?. by Ught Brigade-Hindoo Boee.
here.- ..Id the Georgetown mentor DeNaillt Out for Season. Tr*lB"- K P*I"r*?*
A doien or so huskies Jumped for- . nilAlftn
Tsckles next.** Two doien. it cosch Robb put the <~Athollc Uni- ltl AK Y LAlllJ utlUWu
"emed. formed another l'"'"- rersity football squad through another
so on down the list. A hAlf dozen stl(f work.out yesterdAy In tAckling the nPH ||I CrDIUII i r*I?
quarterbacks. fullbacks galore. dummy xlcnaI practice and acrim- fhf IN Nl KI [Y] |Y1 Allt
ends, guards and centers. ma 0ne of the resuUs ot Robb s *, "" Uv1"1'"'"'"11
Exle smiled in a satisfied m.nner Jtrenuou> profr>m th,t
and straightway us work ar? now on the .Meline. on account ., -_ ,
* ?Utt"Vt11 i,,^da were going ot injuries. The most serious case l? Byrd's Men Clash With
Soon four full Muad.were going / ^ DeNauU. who? broken _ ?r . . ,
, r.T?orA'fdn,:kel?Tohn'squads.,e" Jaw will keep him out of the game George Washington to
' Th', Two Hundred Pound Clu? ?r wo months At leA.^And^ perh.ps Stiff Workout.
already having Ave members, was lor tne Daiar.cs or the season.
augmented by the prewnce of Zube Curran. a backfleld man of last year.
Sullivan. looking bigger and reported yesterday about fifteen pounds iTniversty of MaryUnd hAd About
hrewnler than ever. Zube didn't heavier than in 1920. Vorsinger. anarrive
until late, so he postponed other veteran. Also turned up. tipping *?venty football players In uniform
donning hi. uniform until todAy. the scsles At 190. He is out for center At College PArk yesterday AfterLight
work continue to -he the and shonld give Ebert A battle for noon, the freshmen .quAd reportorder
of th. day on the Hilltop that position. , f h flr8t tlOTe Th rld.
and the rough stuff will not be Ed Lynch, last year's end. was . , ,
seen until next week. It i? a shifted to guard yesterday, and men were about equally divided
certainty. how?ever. that once the Reager given a try-out At end. The between the VArslty And flrst yeAr
scrlmmAging stArts it will be fAst latter showed a lot of speed in his new comblnstlons. Lyman Oberlln. capand
furious, as Exle has a buncn position and proved an able receiver , , . . v K
of candidate, to try out before he of forw,r(j tain of the 191S team, which beat
decides on his regular lin?-up. At John. Hopkins 56 to 0. 1. AgAin
present Cspt. jAck FlAVin. Johnny . coaching th. freshies. H. turned
McQuAde. Bill Kenyon And Ruaay out >n un<]efeAted eleven last year.
Com.tock ?e?m to be the only ones AQUEDUCT ENTRIES The varsity team and the George
sure of their Jobs. Washington eleven Indulged in
Exie has AlreAdy stArted work- about an hours ac.fmmage. the
lng With his kickers. in Ja F|rIt Raee_ciaiming; 3-year-olds squads alternating in taking the
Flavin he has a very pronci ni and upward. ,lx furlongs: Ross R.. offense And defense. No reAl Atpunter.
but he t101"* Atlanttc 1B3: Fort Churchill. 108; Liberty tempts were msde to cros. the
other tAlent. B*der- m ?lr1' ,08; C'P1*1" Hershler. 108: ^oal lines, but the College Park
Ciy High School. Saffrans. irom Turnabout. 110; Fluff. 100: ?Blue players excelled In all departments
Marlst Colleg., Atl.ntA. And Fred Bel|<1 ,07 Nohant UJ. .Frlxlet, 98; of play aUhough ?he HAUhTtites
Buchols, . product Flint. 103: Tidings 100 W. Sashe/ of good form
wore put through a brief T. Grlves. 103; Saddle Ring. 123; Maryland, by r.a.on of Its larger
lock Scott. 123: SAntA CUus. 103. ,nliart wa. ,? ,.nd ,r?.h m.n
Raee ? Selling; mA den (nto the fray much 0ft.ner thAn
Havre De Grace Results ^
1 naistos, llo; Grandson, 110; *Theo, w__
~ , ... .. 107; Dispute. 112; Miracle Man. MS: %hI^\tarvi^?H i.
?1__# Race?Doves Roogt. 105 (J- phantnm di., ? 11 , ii9> The Maryland team as ft first
Kow7n< 1.7.40, 8 30. 5.10; Hillsdale. po?st Quefn 112 "ned up co"t?ln"' "v? W.shlng(Tyrone).
=1.40 ..40.Fannle " O.eneoT. selling; tort hoy. Ed Pugh. end; Ci.rk..
BtAn. U? <(J- Butwell). MO Time. |2 00() added. j.year.olds.
seven I center, Moore,
r 1:1i 1.5. Joseph Br.nt. The WAg, furlon(fa: Cur(,w. U1; gquAw MAn. ?"Vd; *"7^1
ChAteAU GAy Also rAn. oh?|j,n 102: CrAck o'Dawn. 106; Tody. 113: *nd McQuade 'u'l- Th. other
secoa* R*?^TJ'm",nA-,^erRiT; Knight of the Heather. 103: Fluff. ??ur pl"yer* ? " Marylander.,
,40 (Barrett). 8?0. iiO. ???; ?ed 100; Frigat., 106; Mercury. 116. ?r,un""' 'nd: ?UArd; Nlsde.t.
149 (King). ?-?0- ,M' Fo?rth Race ? Handicap; 3- be'1?t*^kl,?', ?"<> P'Assnlg. half.
Haven. 133 (Rosen) 3 00. Time. year.0,d, and up. one mlle and a Bill Qulgley. former P.nn full4.12.
Ben Hampson Klsmer ror ,lxteenth. Copper D?mon, 110; back of note, has Joined th. George
ir.i5tr.ss. DistAnt Shore. seA sun. Sedget(eId 9S; AudAciou?. 135 Washington forces as Assistant to
Flight Cap tain Also rAn Georgle. 124. ' HeAd CoAch Morse.
Third 4V CUnsman FlU* n.ce-3-year-oia, and up:
(Fonce). 0-00. *'* ' "1, Dick one mile: Grenadier. 105; Gray I?????????
115 (J ' will) 2 50 Time Gables. 115; Mademoiselle Cadeau. ? ? . .
Deadeye. 115 (Butweii). 2.?o_ Time. Curfew nj Rlnr, 120 Havre De Grace Entries
1:10 2-5- Feigned ^ Zeal Zenotta. RaM _ Hand,cap. 2.y#ar.
TV reckless. Adama * "01 (J olds; five furlongs: Shaffer. Ill: ... .
Fonrth ^7-?"*fenThi Arch- ^Ay jAy. 117; Toll. 115; Dan Boiling. R-e?-pyrM. ?."? ?}: 'or
CAllAhAn). S 70. 4.70. out. The Arcn 107. Long JslAnd, 116; Yankee Star "Aiden 2-yeAr-olds; 5% furlong.;
er. 103 (SV'!2l!f .m ml' Time 119- Knot Grass, 112; Black Rascal. AI#X- H" 114: Bl* Nol??. 11?S Cha.te
Baker. ll* <But*,*l.)-? ' ' 109; Big Heart, 114; Mustard Seed. ?Ur-.U3: South Breeie. Ill; San
1:48 1-5. Aiken Al.o rAn. 115 Herndon, lit; tJocose. 116; OonKlft.
Bace?Scotch \ erdict. 103 doller. 116; John Morrill, 116; Coon<ron;e>.
4.10. 3.10. 2 20 Attorn y. can m; tTr.vely.n, 11?; Jug. 11?;
10T (J H?ru*,?')' ' *? \to' Time Msryland Belle, 113; Colondo. 11?;
rive. Hnlh.r,' T ATONTA PKTRIF^ Manhim, 116.
t:lt 1-S- Stir Lp. Daddy Holbert L.A1UIN1A HW lKlb>?. tw j <ntry
al.o ran. io? (Clem- Second Raee ? Pur?. 32,000;
W*1* " xg . - ,1. Fleer. 10? First Raee?Purse, tl.500: claim- steeplechase; for 3-year-old.; mAldent)i
ill it 10 7 90- TheodoAiA* 103 ln*: J-yeAr-olds And up; 6 furlongs, ens; about 2 miles: Klsmer, 147;
!J.?>.tlahan) 5 00 ' Time. 1:15 4-5. JACk HAre. Jr.. 122; AbAdAne. 108: IBrlgAnnA. 132; Hathryn Harlan,
in.h Jean Bullant. Sir JACk. Plum Guv'nor. 101; RApid DAy, 107; Wa- 143; Har^od. 147; Jim Coffroth.
?'i?aom. CAr. LAughter. Who CAre?. PltL 108; MAhoney, 110. 147: Pioneer. 147; tPerklomen, 132;
?i?t Hunley. Thoughtless BeAuty Secoad Raee?Purse, $1,400; maid- Lucky Find. 135.
' an en 2-yeAr-old fillies; 6 furlong*. tH- B. StrASsburger entry.
" ' Race?Cock o 'the Roost. QuAllty. 113; Georgette. 112; BlAck Third Raee ? Purs*. 31.233.61:
106 (Coney). 13-60. 7.30. 5.70: Old Betty. 112; Field Lark. 112; Mat- clAiming; for 2-yMr-old.; ( furMnner
10? (Tyrone). 6 00. 3.70; Sis- garet Winsor, 113; Asia, 113; Our longs: Commander Colin. 112;
Ter Emblem. 114 (Heup.1), 6.20. Betsy. 'Hearts Money. 107; North Money.
Tim.. 1:15 4-5. KeweSsA. Kobinoor. Third Race?Purse. $1,400: clAira- ,07; North Wales. 110; Tout De
Norfords Cholc., Mik.y Moore. St- ing; 3.year-olds; 1 1-16 miles. S?a Suite, 100; LAdy Zeu., 109; *RAck
bolA. MAy Girl. Morning FAce. BAlly Court, 104; Ace. 10?; Tribune. 10?. 'Em u?>. los: 'SeloU. 109; 'High
Bell. AmAckAMln Al.o rAn. Radio. 115; El.anor 8., 107; Dernier C"at' 104; Bounce. 108; ?A1, 103;
? ? _ , Sou. 109; Omtr K.. 110. BArri.kane. 107; Orri., 98.
Rote Scott Takes rearm R^_Pur.e. $1,600; Al- "? - Pur?- ll.t$3.??;
Grand Circuit Feature T'i\l. Z* ?
COLUMBUS, Ohio S.pt. 22.-Ro? 1#w- Itertfe*lUtoa.111* "?"e- OMWmw. loV;'?ForiF?thRAe^-Pur?
,1,5-00. Allow- 10.;
MurphT. ?on th. Horse Review *"? A",^ t7U.P:ci Hhih rif,k Raeo?Pur... 11.233.(1; for
Futurity for 3 y*Ar-olds At the driving >??fVfnUmetfr^ io?*' Roia? *-y?Ar-old. and up: 1 1-16 mil..;
park wh.n th. Orand Circuit. r^ J?*; Centln.ater. lW. BAr One. 115; CAsetas. ll$; Th.
suitMd racing today. Th. Pltttburgh ^ P?c?Trump. 110; 'Trooper. 110; Turret
Ally carried Ooardl.n Tni.t which KeAn 105 Ben ^lt 10$ A. N Ak ^ ET.nta> 10s. .gammy JAy. 10$.
hAd won th. h.At raced on Tu^d.y, 105. ^'dway. 105, Am.rlcan Ac., 115. ftlxth Rac^-Purae, $1,233.63; for
. a break each time In the home Sixth Oare Purse, $1,800; clAlm- 3.year-old. and up: 1 1-16 mile.*
stretch ?ixl cut h.r record to 2:04* Vk*i.nchi*MAt"J?-Brothwly LotI" Horeb' 11S: B?n**?^nt. 11$; L'EnIn
the ?cond heAt. V Joleur. 11$; 'Rey Ennis, 110; 'BurTh.
$10,000 stAk. for 3:14 trotter. 9?; General Halg, 104; Matinee Idol, goyne. 110; 'Bribed Vot.r 110
was one of the beet conleeu of th. 99; Kewpi. O'Nell. 103. Mnatk Raeo ? Purse,' $1,233.61;
ysar with J.?nett. RAnkln the winner Seveath Raee?Purse, $1,500; al- claiming: for flUI.. and mar..- 1
after kMlng the flr?t heat to Prlnceaa lowances; S-year-olds And up; the mil. And TO yAl-da: 'Widow. B.EtAWAh
l? 3:0314. n.w record for We.t.rn Hill HAndlcap; 1 mil., dott., 1X1: 'Encrinlt. 102; 'Mart,
the stake. P.t.r Msnning In a trlAl United Verde. 99; Esstslde. 99; De- MAxUn. 104; *MIa. ' Flll.y, 101agalnat
th. track trotting record of bAdou. 100; Tr.v.sty, 10$; Dartmoor. Goldlne, 10$; 'AnnA Gallup 104?
3 01. niAd. by Th. Harvester, trotted 99; BungA Back. 103; Logxl, 106; Blue FUme. 107: Grstlsn, 104.
in l:H4t> Wlrkford. 104. - 'Apprentlc. Allowasn* sl.lm.il
Beats Emotion and Penitent
by Nose in Close
Br K? CUItLEY
NEW YORK. Sept. 22 ?My Reverie
raptured the Beldam* Handicap
thla afternoon at Aqueduct. Carried
out all the way by the sweeping
Held, ahe ahowed her gameaess
by charting down In the stretch and
getting her head In front. Emotion
came In second, an Inch or twu
ahead of Penitent. It waa a close
finish that the Judges hung up
Nancy Shanks' number, but changed
It a few mlnutea later.
It was a great battle all the trip.
Penitent as usual carried on like
a wild nily at the barrier for a long
while. When the word waa glvan
she broke to the front. Swinging
out of the elbow, ?he carried the
field way wide. My Reverie was on
the outside, and it did not seem
possible she could get up. But a
game flily never stops, and under
a hurricane ride by Turner she shot
over the line In a sensational manner.
Ghosts of Flanders was brought
up by the victory of My Reverie.
She Is owned by R. J. Brown, one of
the best-liked men in the racing
game. Over on the other side there
dests "Bill" Brown, only son of the
owner. It was In memory of this
brave lad that the nily was christened
When the Ally returned to the
scales she was given a tremendous
reception. It was not only on account
of her great conquest, but a
tribute to her owner. The lad who
laid down his life for the country
was also very popular, so the victory
really played on the human
chord of genuine sympathy. Seldom
does sentiment play a leading
part In the racing game. This was
one case, however, where none felt
the least bit displeased over the
thrilling spectacle of My Reverie
carrying the Brown silks to an Impressive
A atlcky, heavy track was dished
out on the patrons. The weather
overhead was great, the track terrible.
When the opening dash was
finished Mawcoron was over the
line with a few lengths to spare.
He was well played around 2 to 1.
Rose Hill was the 6 to 2 favorite,
but got nix.
Mawcoron took the track at the
flrst Jump and opened a gap of
five lengths. While he breesed
along In front the others fought
every - Inch of the Journey. Commander
McMeekan. a big. overgrown
chestnut, grabbed second
money In a scramble. Doughnut
Just got third. The band played
a dirge after the flnlsh, which was
the way the boys felt.
The Army had Its Inning in the
officers steeplechase, which went to
Chester 2nd, ridden by MaJ. Cullum.
Jay Bird, ridden by MaJ. Stanley
Koch came home second. Avonbear,
ridden by Lieut. Thomas McCreery.
the old-time rider and trainer, finished
It was a good race through the
field, for the first three were within
a few lengths of one another.
Avonbear took up the running
after the flrst mile, but when the
laat obstacle was reached the three
were on even terms. In the short
dash to the wire Chester 2nd
proved the fastest. Avonbear waa
far the best, but Lieut. McCreery
probably wanted Jay Bird to win.
The pair were coupled in the betting
at 1 to 2. Cheater 2nd was
an S to 5 >aecond choice.
America* League Park
WASHINGTON n. DETROIT
Tleketa aa aale Spaldlaga, 81S
14th St. N.W.. fro. ft ,30 a. ?. J,
? P. Tlrtrt. .a ule at Heeht
Co, BIT Tth 8t.
Ladles' a ad Bay great.' n?T
Isss Ties Opt
CHAS. B. MILLER, I DO.
reraerlr Miller Bras AsSeorp* Boese.
U 14th It. 4 Own Marth si
HAVRE de (RACE
SEVEN RACES DAILY
Special Peaaa. Jt, M. I rata
laavea (Isles UMIes, 11
o'eleek aooa?dlre?l M mrw.
Special B. * O. IrM leave*
rnlaa S.a.Ua. I?
Parlor and llals* mere,
era me at Tax.
FIRST RACE AT P.- M,
Havre de Grace
Cars leave io a, m.
from ix 15 17th Street or
will call for you upon
notice by phone to
rirM Ran ? Rapid Btrld*. US
(Parke). IT.lt, ll.lt, S.tt; feattal O.,
Ut (ScobU). SSt. I.St; Columbia
T??n, ut (Taylor). S.M. Tim., l.lt
?-* Count#.., Doric. Romanes
Lov.lin..., Maraartt Atkln. Pfcllanderor.
Parol. Babylonian also ran.
Pindar P.?l. US
? ??. J.St. S.St; Domoa. US
(Kad.rla), I St. S.M; Luc. US
(Barn.t, s.lt. Tim., 1.1s 4-S. Max'mac.
Ll.ut, Col., Broth.r John, ?ac,,f,1
Tulan. alto ran.
?Honolulu Bor. US
1fton)> , M' ? * ; Nor*
/i ^'rUIa,)- 1, M- Tulsa,
1#S (Scobl.), s.7t. Tim*. 1.S1 1-S.
Mary Jan. Bak.r, Not Tat, Mia.
M?r Bodlnt. Old P.lthf'll.
Mlshty Kan. Tanlac, Chlaca alao
s ?Adonl.. 114 (Lyk?).
fHo? J?' ,1#: Lady 1?T
(Howard). 2.40, s.lt: John S. Rtar/S\
I jW wIWt I
10 to 50 Per Cent 1
American Walnut Buffet.
$284. September Sale price,
China Case to match. Regt
September Sale price. $89.50.
Serving Table to match.
$112. September Sale price.
Walnut Dining Table to n
price, $143. September Sale
Close, compact pile and
9x12 size. September
8.3x10.6 size. September
Fine Drapery r]|
Net, some of them n[_
50 inches wide. > - "~*
filet weave, small | jLfigures,
also Irish I ^
Point Panel Lace 4 #
with sideix>rder. rt
Regularly up to )
$3.50 yard. Spe- f
cial, $1.00 yard. of 4
A full line of attractive (
colorings, as well at plain C
9 x 12
100 Madeira Hand Emb
edge, elaborately hand wrougl
18x45 and 18x34 inches. A
$21.00 each. Special, each $
200 Madeira Hand Embi
Plate and Tumbler Doilies, fin
designs, scalloped edge, ribbon
$12.00 tets for $8.75 set
sets for $12.75. $25.00 sets h
20 Madeira Table Cot
slightly toiled by handling; v
Drapery Scrim, good qual
cream and ecru, plain centi
. Special, 12V2cYj
- ^ rf
. . '.* 1 '.V
" 1 ' " J 1
doa. 114 (ScoM*), ?.T?. Tim*. Lli. ;
4Hkhim. DaOoallac alao ran.
MM* ?* llwlm. u? ?iarntn.
? ?. >H, 1H; lOte. Dull,
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(Fl*lda>. ! ??, IH i.T?; Laval]m.
IIJ. (Collin.). 1(.W, 1S.M; For. Ill
(MeDarmott). 1.1*. Tim*. 1.1# |.|.
Buckingham. Dorlus. Randal. Topmast,
Colossus, William Oldt also
?*r*atk Ra?*?Fit, HI (Oratory),
1I.M. 7.M. 4.H; t. 6. Horn, ill
(Pool), ll.Od, 7.4#; Al?x Jr. lit
(Park*), 4 10 Tim*, l.M 1-1. Swirl.
Allivan. Frank B., Toner Ladr.
Klnfdshtr. Arravan also ran.
Iroqaoia. Starts Tomorrow.
Th? Iroquois A. C., with an
ar?raHn? ll?- pounds, will play Its
first Kama on Saturday. Th* taam
has b??n practicing for about two
wssks und*r <"oaeh Alman.
!tun 7 an6 tl
Kegular pnee, L? *L_ ] lsL
iUr price. $179. ftreet ? *???
Regular price, <
price. $71.5?. rlW
ss i s r p53"
rich Oriental 1
price. $45. '
price- $42. Mahogany Sf
tember Sale prii
our-piece Mahogany Bedroom Suite, (
piece suite, $1?.00.
)resser, $M; Toilet Table, $43.50; Q
* Mahogany Dress<
&$! 19. September !
price. $118.50. Se
?S Toilet Table to
price, $101. Sept
lesigns and $51.
enter, with Fu,U"efwl ^ ,0
price, $ 106. Sepl
..$10.50 Special Gray Dm
...$17.00 Dresser- $65.
.. $19.00 3-piece Walnut B
?-*o no sisting of Dresser
*39 00 Full-size Bed. Se!
,?f suite, $145.
roidered Linen Scarfs, scalloped
it desigps on finest linen, 18x36.
ctual values regularly $15.00 to
oidered Tea Sets?Center Piece.
est linen embroidered in beautiful
ed and boxed.
$15.00 sets for $11.00 set. $18.50
ers, 45 and 54-inch diameter,
alues up to $25.00, for $1250.
ity. white. Special lot of sto
sr. double 36 inches wide ?j
mounted on guar an
. fixtures complete. T
*it Our Rest Roor,
I DR. ADAMS
I 303 Smith St N. W.
I Rendering to the people a
I service for which they have
I been paying big fees, at a savI
ing of one-third to one-half.
Rea^i Herald Classified Ads.
ses Sons fpZSmS
iber Furniture Sale
-, -, ?-1 Dining-Room Fnrnitnre
mi*. TgJ 10 to 50 Per Cent Reductions
St. Post office. Mahogany Buffet Regular price. $221.
frMB HA St September Sale price. $127.
? Mahogany Buffet. Regular price. $400
3 September Sale price, $200.
Mahogany Buffet Regular price, $163.
September Sale price, $188.
Very heavy nap rug? in a beautiful
assortment of designs and coloring*?
9*12 size. September price, $42J0.
8.3x10.6 size. September price. $38.
linet De*k. Sep- 6*9 size. September price, $28.
* "" CRETONME
HoR M ,*ht "k1
dark colorings, a
collection of patU
1 terns selling reguJueen
Anne design. September Sale price. Special,
iifforobe, $41; Full-size Bed- $38.50. ???
tr. Regular price. ??
Sale price. $S8S8. _ _ _ .
match. Regular Bod\ BVUSSelS
ptember Sale price, **
match. Regular Rugs
~k- 9x12 wk. Stpitmbu pn?, SS2-S*.
i match. Regular
ember Sale price,
ser, $22.75. Inlaid
led room Suite, con- LinOl UTTl
. Chifforobe and _ . . .. ?
Member Sale price September pnee. square yard. $1.55.
500 dozen Madeira Hand, Embroidered Linen Tea Napkins,
finest linen and embroidery.
11x11 inch, scalloped edge. $10 value, dozen. $8.25
13x13 inch, scalloped edge. $12 vUue. dozen. $7.59
13x13 inch, scalloped edge, $16 value, dozen, $11.50
13x13 inch, scalloped edge. $20 value, dozen. $1X50
13x13 inch, scalloped edge, $22 value, dozen, $15JS
Special values on Utica Bleached Sheets and Cases; sizes
mentioned are torn sizes before hemming.
Cases. 45x36 inches, for, each 44c
Sheets, 63x99 inches, for, each $1.82
Sheets, 72x90 inches, for. each $1.83
Sheets, 81x90 inches, for. each $1.82
Hemstitched Mohawk Pillow Cases, 45x36 inches, each, 48c
ek Window Shades, Tapestry Couch Covers. 60 inches
T'rck 1??** wide and full length, reversible. Oriental
o doie out at, each designs and colors. Regularly $13.50
and $15.00. To dose out $7.50 ssck
n> Main Floor Rear