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The Manly Little Chap
Is as particularly fastidious about his clothes as are his elders. He demands
the same carefully cut, stylish and perfect fitting garments as Ida father.
Wright's Boys' Suits and
$2.50 to $10
embody every essentially good
feature in style, tit, comfort and
wearing qualities. All the neu ?
est weave, and patterns, tailored
in pleating mannish styles. Gar?
ments that assure you of satU
fa< tion in every particular and
make the Wright store as popu
lar with the Ifttlc fellows as with
Our Fall Showing of
N<. bloss Bros. Sc Co.
C othes for Careful
is particularly attractive, com
bining the latest fabrics, shades
and patterns with the faultless
tailoring of expert doth-crafts?
Wright Co., Inc.
First and Broad Streets,
Georgetown Han Comparatively
Easy Time, but Faulty Inter?
ference Worries Coaches.
Washington. D. C October i.? With
g well nigh impregnable defense and
*:i attack that savored of both strength
and weakness. Georgetown's foutOail
eleven won its second battle of the
tt ason this atternoyn. defeating "Mike '
Thompeon's lads fronj Mt. .-^t. Mary's
CsUsgM in thirty-six minutes of actual
piny, hnal count, 27 to 0.
That Georgetown did not roll up a
larger score was due in the main to
lour reasons, namely, poor interfer?
ence, fumbling at critical times, penal?
ties, and the style of play us'd aft?-r
the contest had been clnehed. As a
?whole the work of the Blue and Gray
?warriors was an Improvement, but
that came glaring fault that cropped
<;ut in the game the week previous was
?fraln In evidence. Failure of the in?
terference to pick off opponents in
the secondary defense cost Georgetown
many yarda of ground gaining. The
Georgetown, position. Mt. St. Mary's
Bergin .left end.Halligan
Beinchild -left taekle_ Oowdel.
Karron .left guard-J. M^Man s
Kltrh .centre. Rice
Mulaney -right guard_Wheatt'.e
liegarty -right tackle_ McHsle
Derby .right end. Mutton
? Martin..Van Brocklln) (Kelley)
Caimsn -quarterback.. L. McManus
Murrsy ...left half back.. Sheridan
Co^teiio ..right half back_Letter
Campazxl .fun hack_ Flannery
(Dunn t (Mahoney>
Hummary: Touchdowns?Murray. 2:
C'ostello and Donnelly. Goain frren
touchdowns?Costello. 3. Referee. Mr.
Morse, riarkson. Tech. rmptre, Mr.
l.and. \arr Timers?Meser. Rrown
?nd Moriarty. Time of per ods. nine
The club held'Its final shoot vester
fav afternoon to decide the champion?
ship of the city
Anderson and Storr. professionals,
tied with 47 out of Ba but It was up
Ig Lawrence a local shoot?r. to tie the
score, with 47 out of r.o. and winning
the championship of the etty. Law?
rence made s run of ?? straight. s?nd
hut for a mishap wo^ild have gone
strslght In his isst 2.V The season bss
been very successful, and the members
are making srrangements to secure
new grounds for next season, and
every Indication points to a revival
of Interest In trap shooting next sea
!>?wren'-e shot in good form and de
RICHMOND GUN CLUB
serves the high honor won yesterday
afternoon, and stands ready to defend
tho title he won.
Next Saturday the club will shoot
with the Richmond Yacht Club. At
rangementa hav? been made for trans?
portation to the grounds, snd those
. that want if go can communicate with
i the aecretary of the club.
Scores of Chusaplsushtp Hue*. 1*13
2. 50 P.C.
Usrcnct .m% 24 47 ?4
Anderson . 24 47 ?I
Storr . 2S 47 ?4
Brown . 24 4S 30
Kay . 22 43 8?
I Boyd . 23 43 ?4
<*ooko . 25 41 82
Hammond. Sr.. 22 41 ?2
, Hammond, Jr. 25 40 SO
Kanes . 20 33 7?
. liohman . 20 "13 7X
? Parker . 20 39 7?
Tlgiior . 1? 3S 7?
jbwarthout . II 3? 60
giss'su** Aver saws
- Shot at. Broke. P. C.
'Sforr* . 250 243 97
: Anderson* . SSO 4 in mi
Himend, Sr..1.0*0 484 8t?
I Brown . 7ao 408 87 I
i Boyd . 7?0 ?44 k? I
'Milkman . 104) 85 8-'<
Uwrmce .SSO |02 841
.ileclil. r .1,0'iO *Z9
Hammond. Jr. . SB* 375
Kay . 500 401 80 I
l?hmen .,.4*9 317 SO |
iTianor . ?oo 7*4
?*o?>ke . ?0? 332 77
1 Soott . 400 307
i Klippen . IM 73 72 I
: Kan?s .Lese ??? ** |
; I raxer . ZS* ITS
(McClary . 2?0 SS 50
?Crenshatr . 50 19 s?
COCO COUS ME
The fa*t Coco Cute team defeated
the Jacob* at Levy team in an excit
I ing game at Athletic Park yesterday,
i A week ago Jacobe A Levy defeated
j the Harpie* in a double bill, and the
! K?me yesterday was for the chant
' pionahip of Church HilL A large crowd
: of rooters kept things lively all the
j way. Canepa and August were the
' batterie* for Jacob* & Levy, but In
I the sixth Inning, aster the first thre*
f ? 000 Col* players landed on Canepa
for a two base hit each. Canepa hung
. his head and slid out of eight. Mut
! T'ace. who replaced Canepa. while hit
! freely, did not allow a run. Cox and
Hurton. th?. Coco Cola battery. w?re
in fine form. rv>* had the Jacob* dc
les> players *t hi* mercy, allowing
only mix scattered hit* It was very
plain to the spectators ?hast the Coco
<~oi* team outplayed the Jacobs dc
Levy team Ui every department, though
th> latter players put up a fine exhibi?
tion It was a matter of too much cox
all the way through, as the Jacobe A
I>evy hoys could not hH whea hits
meant rune Jacobs A Levy got their
only run on an error.
S*<v> by Innings: R.
Tarohs a I>evy.lli'itlMO 3?1
<"oco cola.a * 1 01; i? x?3
For no known reaaon. \, M Kennedy,
of 1427 North Twenty-second Street,
yesterdav afternoon swallowed shout
an ounce of Iodine. Emergency treat?
ment was rendered by r?r. H T. Haw?
kins. City Hospital ambulance surgeon.
and.lt was said last eight that he
NEVER III DANGER
Take Measure of Wiliam and
Mary, Scoring Two Touch*
downs and One Goal.
[Special to The Times-Dispatch.] ?
Norfolk. V?., October ?>. ? Showing
frequent flashes of last year'.s attacking
ability and having an almost Impreg?
nable defense, the Norfolk Light Artil?
lery Blues opened the local gridiron
season by defeating William and Mary
College 13 to 0 on Lafayette Field tkia
afternoon. Two touchdowns and one
goal from touchdown made up the ?. ,m
of the acorlng done by the Artillerists.
At no time during the thirty-four min?
utes of actual play was the Blues' goal
line in danger of being crossed.
On the other hand, the C ?Uegians
put up a stronger defense than was ex?
pected. The iir.,t touchdown, that came
in the middle of the second quaiter. was
the result of a blocked kick, followed
.by a aixty-rive-yard run by Full BJack
Wemple for the ecore. The other
touchdown came in the fourth quar?
ter and was earned by a series of tirst
down gains by Geyer, Jordan, Baary
and Wemple, who again carried the
oval aerosa the Collegians' line. The
Blues. Position. and Mary
Queenstead. . ..left tackle..Metcalf
Williamson.. .right guard.Stone
Jordan.left half back-Hubbard
Barry.right half back..E. Wright
Wemple.full back.J. Wright
Summary: Score?Blues. 13: William
and Mary. 0. Touchdowns?Wemple. 2.
Goals from touchdowns?Pierce, L
Referee, C. Moran Barry. Umpire.
Hamm md Johnson. Head linesman.
"Billy"' Feuerstein. Time of quarters,
10, 7, 10 and 7 minutes.
II. S. S. FRANKLIN
EASY FOR 1. & M.
Tarheel's Line Too Much for
Sailor Lads, Who Fail
Raleigh, at C. October 5.?Before
about 2.500 people. A. and M. defeated
the U. S. P. Franklin to-day in the
first football game of the season by a
score of 21 to 0. The first score was
made in the second quarter when
Champion took a forward pass across
for a touchdown.
A. and M- scored again In the third
quarter after successive gains through
the Una Anthony took the ball
through left tackle from the three
yard 'line, crossing the sailor'a goal.
Ths last touchdown was made in the
fourth quarter on a difficult forward
pass. Psge to Osborne who ran fifteen
yards for a touchdown. AH three
goals were kicked by Hurtt
The features of the garne were the
all ronnd playing of A. and M. with
special good work by Page. Anthony
and Osborne, and the forward Passes
msde by the sailors, they having exe?
cuted seven successfully. This was
ths only way the Franklin team could
make any appreciable gains, aa the
A. and M. line wae practically im- j
pregnable and nothing could slip
around the ends. The tarheels had
no trouble tn making steady gains
through the sailor's line and resorted
only to open line pl&y.
A. and M Position. Franklin
Champion _right end.. Belts
Terry.right tackle... Clemmons
Harper.right guard. Be mat
Morten ?.centra. Bane
Fykes .left guard- Jtrdawlskt
Page .quarter back. Liefert
Jaywes-right half back.. Manning
Anthony ...left half hack. Paule|
Hudson .full hack. Salome I
(Hargrove Osborne) (McLaughlin)
Referee. Thorn aa. Tj. K. C. Umpire.)
Henderson. U N. C Hsad lineman.
McNutt. Ohio State. Time of quarters,
J. V. Folkaa ?ras arrested yesterday
by Patrolman Bosquett on the charge
of cruelly working a dlseaaed mule.
State Fair Visitors,
By All Means Visit the
117 W. Broad
Free Souvenirs Store Open Evenings
WE WILL GIVE AWAY FREE
a number of Used Pianos *
Drop in for full particiJars.
\\> will ritspo** it thi? time of about %
wr have taken in e^haiajfe. Don't
FallFashions for the Foot
With the first touch of fall we are showing shoes that are bewitching* in style, good in quality, thor?
oughly up to the Hofheimer standard, at the same old price which means a, great deal in view of the high
price of leather. Our shoes were bought early, long before the rapid advance, hence we areeelling shoes
today at prices which no other store can equal.
Tans have the Pole
and we have the tans.
The beautiful Tan
Show in button and
lace; genuine Rus?
sian calf; 5 different
These shapely Tan
Shoes, lace and but?
ton, low and high
heels, welted soles;
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
Our school Shoes are made*}
for wear and comfort. With
your child's feet put in a pair
of our Shoes, you may feel
secure. Every pair guaran?
teed. Little Boys' Shoes, sisee
9 to liH?
Calf, exclusive kid,
Shoes, made in oil
grain tan leather; the
ideal winter shoes,
Ladies' Patent lea?
ther, in all nobby
shapes, made of the
very best stock.
$2 pair $4
$1, $1.25,$1.50 aml$2
Big Boys' School Shoes. AO
leathers, all lands?
$125, $130, $2, 2.50
Little GW School Shoes,
sizes to 11?
$1, $1.25, $1.50 and $2
Misses' School Shoes, sizes
$L25, $1.50, $2 $2.50
Big Girls' School Shoes
$150, $2, $2.50 and $3
Remember, every pair must
be as represented, or will re?
place with new Shoes.
Sott* Leather Box
Calf sod KM Shoes.
Men's WWted Sole
Shoes. SMMal of heavy
efl tea hvrhsr;. a
Strong, tat SA CA
the leathers, surpris?
ing vsJoes; tan calf,
gun metal and patv
The beat Shoes ior
the price in the dty;
all the nobby kinds,
Ladies' Gun Metal
Shoes, made in genu?
ine gun metal calf;
the most sensible win?
$2 pair $4
For Men and Women, all
welted soles, all the leathers,
including black, gun metal
calf, tan Russia, calf, patent
leather and kid. For the
old and young. We guar?
antee them as good as any $3
shoe sold. Thousands of people
wear them who formariy_paid
higher prices feral
These Sheet are
equal to any $5.00
Shoes sold in the city;
all teethes* to suit
If a de
Shoes, inchadlng the
line; highest grade
Always something special in our Hosiery Department. We do repairing. All hand work.
HOFHEIMER'S N. W. Corner Third and Broad Streets.
I As Heavy as Vanderbilt, but
Outclassed by Dash of Com?
Nashville. Tenn.. October S.?Vander
Ult defeated Maryville 10? to 3 on *
dry Sold hero thle afternoon In a game
featured by the splendid showing of
the local backfield. MeryYille's score
was the result of a field goal from the
thirty-five yard Una In the fourth
quarter. Vanderbilt made fourteen
touchdowns aad Hardage kicked eight
of the goals. Captain Hardage also
negotiated a field goal aad CurUn
made a drop kick from the twenty-live
Hardage was the brightest star of
the game, making four touchdowns
after sensational raas aad doing
great work em the defensive. The
forward sane was need by both aides
frequently, bat proved eery unsuc
Maryville sqnslksd Vanderbilt In
weight, bat waa outclassed, aabetltutes
were run In before the first aaarter
was over, Hardage being the oaly
Nackfleld man ta riaisle throughout
Vanderbilt. Position Maryvttl*
Turner .left end. Bond
T Brown_left tackle.Samsei
Davis .left guard.. Wllllasnson
Morgan .centre. Everett
swr.fr?rd -ficht guard. VandergrlfT
covlugten ..right tackle. gherrer
E. Brown-right aad. MeCell
Hardage .left half-Williams
rolllna .light half. Wills
sikes .fall back. Bndgett
- Robins for Curiin. Beams far F.
Brown; Chester for Bikes: Low? for
T Brown. Per win far Morgan, ?ufr
atan gar Deels. Porter for Low?. Mer
I rtaoa far RoMne Maryville--Currr
for Snmeet: rn?; for MrTafl; gsattk
I for Williams Tnochdewias ?ander
I Mit. Ig Ooals from teorhdewn. Vea
! derbilt, t. Field goals?Vanderbilt. 1.
ManTiiie. i. Drop kicks? VaaSurbnt
L (Catital. Referee Bradley Walker.
Virginia. Cm pin ask* Han. Tan
I derMlt. aweneSagsnas Irena Weee?cr
i kTtit' tum ft MktWh ? sMo-tee.
WIN ill TENNIS
The annual tennis match between
teams representing the Young Woman's
Christian Association, of Norfolk, ana
the young Woman's Christian Associa?
tion, of Richmond, was played upon
the courts of the Hermitage Golf Club
yesterdsy before one. of the largest
I galleries of the season. The visitors
I from Norfolk won. whea Miss Ktarke
dejfeated Miss Winston two out of
' three sets In the finals. Miss Winston
! got away with the first set bat Miss
Starke came heck strong, capturing
the ?tier two handily. The visitor*
were entertained while here 4?y a
Inneheon at the club and aa automo?
bile ride through the city. A cup la
offered to the team winning the match
three tlmea Each city- bow haa a leg.
The first match waa played la Norfolk,
the second here and the next will
again be played la the city by the
sea Following is the summary:
Miss Virginia Starke, of Norfolk,
won from Miss Martha Boele. ?-4; ?-2.
Nim Johnston, of Norfolk, won from
Miss Keller. ?-l; d-1.
Miss Daisy Winston, of Richmond,
won from Miss Anderson, i-l; *-?.
Miss Winston, of Richmond, wen
from Miss Johnston. C-l; t-j.
Miss Starke, of Norfolk, won from
Miss Winston. 3-d: ?-?: ?->.
HART II GREAT
FORI AI SHOOT
Ash mod VK. Ootaasr 1?The regul?r?
weekly shoot of the AaBhMid .2 2-calibre*
Bible Club this afternoon brought eot
a few of the faithful. The feat ore of
the ehoot waa the arse* form la ohtehw
M. I>. Hart shot. He led the club br
the high average of ?5.? per cent, amd,
made SO bull's-eyes straight, The?
Jt p Hart.2M 2St 22? 2? 24t Bp
Dr J } Cates..:?l 237 231 22? 224 4g
C W Crew.::2 2t2 tit Sit W ?>
W K JSaunders. 219 21* 221 21? tit SB
Boechen .22? 2?t ltd Sit 231 f
Visitors to Richmond
Are Cordially Welcomed
To Toe Our Many FacflitJes and Sources of Ioformatfoo Retarding
Visit Our Exchange Quarters
la tt*o Matual BvOdirag, Ninth and
Make foil ose of writing tables, stationery. telephones, trade journal*, maga
rine*. directories and daily papers. The SECRETARY will be glad to assist in the
securing of information < any kind pertaining to building.
No Charge far These Valuable Hefpe