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Parisian Sage Starts Hair
Growing and Increases
Winning Team, Referee, and Exciting Plays in Opening Game of Polo Tournament
THE WASHINGTON TBIES, THURSDAY, JULT 11, 1912.
DN POLO FIELD
West Point Colors Lowered
In First Match At Poto
mac Park Yesterday.
West Point's colors were lowered yes
terday afternoon In the first game of
the army polo tournament being held
this week In Potomac Park, when, In
the presence of the Secretary of War
and a distinguished gathering of army
tnd navy folk, the team representing
the Military Academy wont to defeat
before the Eleventh United States Cav
alry team. The final score was 10
In the size of the audience the suc
tess of the first day of the tournament
'f aa beyond all expectations. It was
4ie belief of those In charge of the
trrangements that tho games would be
"ully appreciated and attended by lovers
of the horse, and army and navy offi
cials in and about Washington, but on
account of the season the attendance
was not expected to be large, most of
tho social set being out of the city. On
the contrary, It was proven that more
people are remaining In Washington
this summer than Is surmised, and those
that are here turned out en masse.
This afternoon'n irnmn will be nlaved
between the team representing the Third
ieja Artillery ana Fort Myer. since
the seating capacity and automobile
space was so well taken up yesterday.
It la expected that just twice the num
ber that attended the Initial perform
ance will be present this afternoon.
Only One Mishap.
Thrilling feats of horsemanship
marked every minute of yesterday's
game. Only one accident halted tho
contest, and that was the tumble takan
by Captain Darrah. of the West Point
ers. It was Just before tho whUtlo
I blew for tho end of the first half that
'hl pony. A gasp went up from the
ball, lost hla balance and rolled from
Is pony. A gasp went up from the
crowd, but In a second the player was
on his feet again, giving chase to tho
pony. After a race around the field,
the animal was caught, and Captain
Darrah resumed play. He later retired
from the game.
The first period of play placed the
Cavalry team In the lead by to 0
and demonstrated that the Cavalrymen
were seated on faster ponies than then
opponent". In the second period this
West Pointers, aided by the daring
playing of Lieutenant Dodd, made tho
Bcore 2 to In their favor. At the end
of the next period the score stood 2 to 1
In favor of the Military Academy men.
The last period of the first half placet!
the Cavalrymen In the lead, from which
they were never headed. Lieut. ELcr.
Bwlft, of the Cavalry team, made his
third goal of the game In this period,
and by brilliant plhy steadily advanced
tho score of his aggregation.
Two goals by Lieutenant Kimball and
brilliant playing by Lieutenant Dlck
xn&n, who replaced Captain Darrah, fea
tured tho eighth and last period cf
play, and when the final whistle blow
the scoae was 10 to 4J4 In favor of the
Besides the Secretary of War. who
watched the game from his carriage
with General Crozler, MaJ. Gen. Leon
ard Wdffd, chief of staff; General lUc
nhlre. Gen. W. H. Carter, Gen. Nelson
A. Mlleo, Gen. Erasmus Weaver, and
other distinguished army men were
among those present.
Those who formed the teams were:
Eleventh Cavalry 1, Lieut. Eben Swift,
ir.; 2, Lieut. Clark P. Chandler; 3,
.leut. Richard H. Kimball; back, Capt.
George T. Langhorno. West Point 1.
Lieut. William H. Dodds, Third Field
Artillery; 2, Captain Darrah, Twenty
seventh Infantry; 3, Lieut. Charles M.
Allln. Fifth Field Artillery; back, Lieu
tenant Zell, Seventh Cavalry, and sub
stitute. Lieutenant Dlckman, Eleventh
Those who will play today are: Sixth
Field Artillery 1, Lieut. A. L. P. SandB;
2. Lieut. Cortland Parker; 3, Lieut. E.
D. Hoyle; back, Lieut. Sonle A. Beard.
Fort Myer 1. Lieut. Alexander Surles,
Jr.; 2, Capt, Julian R. Llndsey; 3, Lieut.
Stanley M. Rumbaugh; back, Lieut.
Victor B. Foster, all of the Fifteenth
The game today will begin at 5 o'clock.
The tournament will decide the winner
of the Velle Challenge Cup, which was
presented by S. H. Velle, of Kansas
City, Mo., about a year and a half ago
to be "held by successful defenders
open to challenge by regimental army
teams." The cup 1b now held by the
H. K. SMITH IS NOT
EXPECTED TO QUIT
Department Declares There
Nothing in Report Concern
If Herbert Knox Smith, commissioner
of corporations. Intends to rcslirn, Soc
rtiry Is'acl, of the Depui tment of
Commerce and Labor, knows nothing
Nothlnc In It .it all." was the state
ment ni.itl) todny In the Secretary's of
Ji Y following publication In morning
r.cTtspaiiri of u story that Mr. Smith
I'lio rumor i;rev out of a vlnlt pild D
Mi Smith to Colonel Koosovclt, at Oys
ti i Bay, y-iMfidav afternoon. Mr.
f mill's visit to 0Bter Bay, Is under
stood In Ills' own ofitsa licit-, to have
Ik en n ore or l"iis eisual, tne prlmaiy
reason of ,iH le.ivliit; this It; being to
vitilt hi co'intiv pUct at rarmlngton.
I'onn , vher lu Is tcda.
Mr Smith's own secretnn &as he
Ji.ih heard nothing of his superior's io-fli-nliu
outside of the airm prlutod
Investigate Cause of
Fire In Paint Store
Fire Marshal NIcholsan Is making an
Investigation today to determine the
cause of a Are which did $1,200 dam
age last evening to the paint and glaxs
store of J. W Hunt & Co., 1215 H street
The fire, which started under a stair
way on the first floor, was discovered
by a colored man. shortly after 7
o'cloolc. He notllled David McCarraher,
of 1213 H street, who telephoned to No.
2 Engine Company, which has Its head
quarters In Twelfth street, Just around
the corner Paints, oils, and other In
flammable stock caused the lire to
spread rapidly and the firemen were
given a lively flcht with the flames for
about ten minutes. They succeeded,
however, in keeping the llnmes from the
main portion of the stock.
About four weeks ago a small blaze
was discovered In a barrel on th? first
.. floor of the store It wnt extinguished
before serious damage hit i be-n done.
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PLANS FOR STREET
ALL PARTS OF CITY
Work By Engineer Depart
ment Will Begin About
Plans are bolng made bv the En
gineer Department for street improve
ments In every section of the District.
Work will begin about August 1.
Asphalt block, sheet asphalt, and
bituminous macadam will be used In
paving the streets Included In tne fol
Asphalt block Belmont street. Thir
teenth to Fourteenth; Irving street.
Eleventh to Thirteenth; and Fairmont
street. Eleventh to Fourteenth street
Asphalt and Macadam.
Sheet asphalt and bituminous ma
cadam: Northwest Florida avenue from
Eighteenth to Nineteenth; Vermont
avenue from U to Florida avenue;
Twenty-seventh street from N to Dum
barton; and B Btreet from Seventeenth
to Virginia avenue.
Squthwest Robinson street from L. to
M, and Second street from I to K.
Northeast K street from Fourth to
Fifth; Eighth street from H to K; and
Thirteenth street from North Carolina
avenuo to B.
Southeast Pennsylvania avenue from
Thirteenth to Fourteenth; E Btreet from
Sixteenth to Seventeenth.: and G street
from Pennsylvania aenuo to Four
teenth. Florida avenue from U to V street
northwest will be paved with bitumin
ous macadam on concrete base, and
South Carolina avenue southeast from
Eleventh to Thirteenth street with bi
tuminous macadam on stone base.
Discuss Municipal Plant.
Experiments In street repair work
will be made this year by the Engineer
Department which are expected to prove
the worth of a municipal asphalt plant.
The Commissioners aBked for an ap
propriation of $80,000 for a municipal
plant which Congress declined to
give. The sum of $5,000, however, was
appropriated for Investigating the de
hlrablllty and cost of establishing a
Government owned plant and $7,G00 for
a portable asphalt plunt which will be
used In street repair work.
The Commissioners will submit to the
next I'ongrem u report on the deslra
hllltv of establishing a munlclnal plant
In the Dlstrlc based on Investigations
now being made bv D. E McComb, for
mer superintendent of sowers. Mr. Mc
Comb left Monday for a tour of In
spection of municipal owned plants in
Rate Is Lessened.
The National Refining Company, of
Coffeyvllle, Kas., was awarded repara
tion today by the Interstate Commerce
Commission on shipments of petroleum i
from that place to Senalla. .Mo It was
held that the rate of 18.1 oents waB un-
Mo It was
reasonable to the
ceeded 17 cents.
C. E. Ralph reported to the police to
day that his apartment In the Essex
1122 N street northwest, was entered
dining his absence last evening by
means of a duplicate Key. The rooms
were ransacked, but nothln; stolen
Bitten By Dog.
While playlns near h's home last evo
nlnu. Fred Ward, seven ears old. or
1101 I street southeast, was bitten on the
back bv a bull doir. The boy was tieat
ed at a nearby drutr store-
Gets Chilean Contract
Word has reached the State De
partment that the Chilean government
has awarded a large part of the con
tract for coast defense guns to the
Bethlehem Steel Company, the re
mainder of the order having been
placed with Armstrong In England.
The Kind You Have Always Bought.
THIS is the caution applied to the publio announcement of Castoria that has
been manufactured under the supervision of Ohas, H. Fletcher for over
30 years the genuine Oastoria. We respectfully call the attention of fathers and
mothers when purchasing Oastoria to see that the wrapper bears his signature in
black. When the wrapper is removed the same signature appears on ooth sideB
of the bottle in red. Parents who have used Oastoria for their little ones in the
past years need no warning against counterfeits and imitations, but our present
duty is to call the attention of the younger generation to the great danger of intro
ducing into their families spurious medicines.
It is to be regretted that there are people who are now engaged in the
nefarious business of putting up and selling ail sorts of substitutes, or what should
more properly be termed conterfeits, for medicinal preparations not only for
adults, but worse yet, for children's medicines. It therefore devolves on the mother
to scrutinize closely what she gives her child. Adultjs can do that for themselves
but the child has to rely on the mother's watchfulness,
ALCOHOL 3 PEK CUNT, i
slmUalbigUKibciiaiidRegiii: img (he Stomachs andBowlsof
HCSS and Rffsirnn t.iins twiilw
OrriuTuMorphmc nor Mineral.
HOT JN'ARC OTIC.
ChriSti mr .
Aperfecl Remedy for Crmsfln
tton , Sour Stomach.Dlarrltou
ness andLoss of Sleep.
FacS'uwlc Sijn&rure of
NEW YORK. J
Guaranteed under the I
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
Wit &'' Guaranteed, under tne rouun
SEAGIRT ONE WORD
IN OFFICIAL RULING
Mecca of Democracy Cannot
Longer Continue In Bifurcated
It 1b spelled as one word, "SoaRlrL"
The Postofflce Department and the
Government Printing Office have tied
a can on Sea Girt, the bifurcated fash
ion of spelling the name of the mecc.i of
Democracy, und have decreed that the
name of the seashore vlllago shall be
closely coupled in one word
Occasionally Seagirt got Into the date
lines but It really wasn't on the map
Letters from Prominent Druggists
addressed to Chas. H. Fletcher.
Central Drug Co., of Detroit, Mlcli., Baya: "We consider your Caatoria
in a class distinct from patent medicines and commend it."
Christy Drug Stores, of Plttsburc, Pa., say: "We havo sold your
Castoria for so many years with such satisfactory results that wo cannot
refrain from saying a good wcrd for it when we get a chance."
Jacob Bros., of Philadelphia, Pa., say: "Wo take pleasure In recoct',
mending Flotchor'o Castoria aa one of tho oldest and best of tho prepare
tlons of the kind upon tho market"
HesB & McCann, of Kansas City, Mo., say: "Your Castoria always gives
satisfaction. We have no substitute for It and only sell "The Kind You
Have Always Bought,' the original."
Tho Voegeli Bros., of Minneapolis, Minn., say: "We wish to say that we
bare at all times a largo demand for Fletcher's Castoria at all of our three
stores and that it gives universal satisfaction to our trade."
Polk Miller Drug Co., of Richmond, Va., says: "Your Castoria Is one of
the meet satisfactory preparations we have ever handled. It seems to
satisfy completely tho public demand for such an article and Is steadily
creating a growing Bale by its merit."
P. A. Capdau, of New Orleans, La., says: "We handle every good home
remedy demanded by the publio and while our shelves are thoroughly
equipped with the best of drugs and proprietary articles, there are few
If. any which have the unceasing sale that your CastorU has."
M. C. Dow, of Cincinnati, Ohio, says: "When people la Increasing num
bers purchase a remedy and continue buying It for years; when It passes
the fad or experimental stage and becomes a household necessity, then
It can be said Its worth has been firmly established. We can and do
gladly offer this kind of commendation to Fletcher's Castoria."
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
The KM You toe Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
tmc ctrrrui oommnv, tt mux bat tmxer. mm tobk err.
ww mi !
vntll after the forty-sixth ballot at Bal
timore. Just as soon as Dr. Wilson
graduated from the gubernatorial to tho
near-Presidential class. Seagirt, the
summer resort where the doctor spends
his dots, became the most Important
political spot on tho map, excepting,
for tho sake of courtesy, Beverly and
Fom ycarb ago there was a difference
of opinion as to whether Falrvicw
should r,o as one or two words, but ns
Falrvlew was the exclusive property of
W. J. Bryan he settled the question In
bummary fashion. i
O. E. Darnell Improving.
Orton E. Darnell, pupcrlntendent of
the Nathm.ll Training School for Bovn.
noo was taken suddenly ill with ip-IM-ndicltlri
an! underwent an operation
Juiula nlelit, I no.v out of danger, and
Is rapldl lecovorlnu The operation
Bin perf rn.ed bv Drs. Taylor und
I.itlm'i wh) regard the patlnet's con
dition as hUhlv satisfactory, oml think
It il ould !.- out In about twe weeks.
Barber Shoots Relative,
Then Takes dwn Life
CHICAGO. July 11. Adolph Rosen
berg, formerly -of New York, early
today shot and severely wounded his
brother-in-law, Rudolph Graham,
then committed suicide The police
believed Rosenberg planned to kill
four othffr members of Graham's fam
ily, lie shot Graham while his vic
tim was asleep
Rosenberg was n barber. He came
here several wenks ago and had been
unable to find work. He became des
pondent and the police believe his
mind was unbalanced.
"WASHINGTON'S ATLANTIC CITY"
Palatial Steamer ST. JOHNS
Leaves Seventh Street Wharf:
SATURDAYS AT 2:30 P. M.
SUNDAYS AT 9:00 A. M.
DAILY. EXCEPT MONDAY, AT
9.00 A. M.
Splendid beach, boardwalk, salt
water bathing, fishing, crabbing,
dancing, all amusements. Fare,
season trip, good until September 3,
$1; one-dav trip, 60 cents.
-A 'if HM
Old Point Comfort
Inducting Stiterocn tod Acetcnraodttkxu st
Sat. to Mon $7.50
Fri. to Mon. or Sat. toTue. . . 11. SO
Fri. toTues. or Sat. to Wed. . . 15.50
Norfolk & Wainingtoa Steamboat Co.
CONCERT ISVUIIY EVENING AT
f HEVY CHASE JAKE
By Lante bectlon
U. S. Marine Band
MlillHY-GO-HOUND AND OTUUll
DANCING ADMISSION FREE.
A Delightful Ride from the
Dancing Moving Pictures
Cora leave 30th Jb 91 St a. N. W.
STEAMER CHARLES MACALESTER
TWO TRIPS DAILY TO
Leaving Seventh Street Wharf at 10 a. ra
reluming at 1M p. m.; leaving at 1:30 p. m..
returning at 6:15 p. m. Round trip. Tie.
Including admlislni to ground and nuniloa.
SSSSSSSKB" I V
Bui Ipwt I TlMmill
BSSBSLtA JL4A . ' ' '. vnmm tfchv.AvvR.2
ELOCUTION AND SINGINO
MRS. EMILY FRECH HARNEd,
Ut Uta L N. . Phone Uncata 1TM.
No Poisonous Sugar of Lead
or Sulphur in Delighful,
Refreshing Parisian Sage.
If you haven't enjoyed the marvel
our benefit derived from using re
freshing PARISIAN Sage, the mod
ern hair grower, beautlfler and dand
ruff remedy, you have missed a real
Every woman should use PARIS
IAN Sage not only to banish dand
ruff and other hair troubles, but to
prevent falling hair, baldness, gray
ncss, and faded hair. PARISIAN
Sage puts life and luster Into any
person's hair. It keeps the scalp and
hair immaculately clean, and causes
the hair to come In thick and abund
ant. PARISIAN Sage is not a dye. It
does not contain a particle of poison
ous lead to discolor the hair or any
Get a bottle today. It only costs
half a dollar and Is sold at drug
stores and toilet counters every
where.. James O'Donnell guarantees It
WashluKtou'a Lending; Theater.
THE COLUMBIA PLAYERS IN 75c
Hatlneta Tlium. and Sat.
Next Week "PRETTY PEOaY."
I matinee pjrcy rwy
ALL SEATS Z3
In the Biggest Comedy Hit of Three Bcuoni.
By Jamci Forbes.
Author of "The Chcrus Lady" and "The
Traveling Salesman." ,
Next "Week "The Third Degree."
ARE NOW DISPLAYED ON THE
BELASCO ROOF GARDEN
Orchestra Concert. 7:30. Performance. 8:30.
All Scats Reserved, 12.250
String" orchestra Refreshments
Pictures shown In Theater If It rains
ADMISSION ALWAYS FREE.
International Bible Students' Conference
AND ALL REGULAR FEATURES.
TONIGHT AT 9
3p:3 BASEBALL 1
WASHINGTON vs. CLEVELAND
Reered scats at T. Arthur Smith's, 1221
F st.; Henderson's, 1431 New Tork ave. ;
Ham Adams'. 9th and O; Saks & Co.. 7th tt.
and Fa. ae. : "Sam's," 11th and Pa. ave.
ATLANTIC CITV, I. J.
Joalnh "White & hona Company.
Ocean City, N. J.
Ocean City's Largest and Leading Hotel
Now open. Capacity, 600. Orchestra,
Cuisine. White Sen Ice. etc., ot highest
standard. Personal management ot T. W.
White. Propr. Make early reservation. Writ
for Booklet and rates. 1
Ocean View, Va.
Strictly Knsher Doardlng House; first-class
board. First St. and D ave.. Ocean View, Va.
Ocean City, M&
OCEANIC and MT.
0(.ean front and view
booked. Lett served
reasonable rates. First
J D. SHOWBLL.
"THE JOHNSON HOUSE."
I Special rateB for large parties; largo porch.
1 electric lights. GEO. E. JOHNSON. Prop.
?3, $8. 17 per week Gas In every room;
artesian water; pavilion on front.
UK. M. B. GROSHON, D.D.S. Open July 1.
FURNISHED RUMMER COTTAGE. 5 rooms.
large colonial porch. JM season. -DICKHART.
SIS 7th St. S. W.
(ASDURY PARK. N. J.).
'03 4th ave. Whits service; under sama
management: booklet. D. J. RICHARDSON.
"Rioor'c "Porm Braddock Heights, Md.,
.DlbCl S J; ttlUl ,200 (, altitude Home
cooking, moderate prices; cool and delightful
jtr Ad. Miss Riser. P. O.. Br'dock His.. Md
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