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One dollar spent here gets a*
much as two elsewhere. The
King has the greatest variety
and assortment of footwear
suitable for Christmas presents
ever shown in this town.
Buy now and avoid the rush.
Felt Juliettes, fur top, in
black, brown, blue and others,
Felt Juliettes, braided edges,
the newest for house wear, all
Felt Slippers, in all colors.50c
$4.00 Satin Pumps, all shades.$1.98
Women's Tan Russia Calf
Button Boots, values as high as
Women's Patent Button
Boots, iu'gh slant top, 16-but
High Cut Boots for large
misses, in tan and patent; regu?
lar $3.50 value,
Misses' Tan and Patent But?
ton and Blucher Shoes; ?pecial,
WITH PALACE BOWLERS
BT R. X. (JAKE) ROWBET.
The score? last week In the Palace
Duckpln De-axue were exceedingly
The Journal team won three games
from the Alco team Monday night In
a close and exciting serU-s.
The News Leader va. Virginian
game scheduled for Wednesday n'ght.
v. aa postponed until a later dat-i.
Most of the Virginian bc>s being on
hand, a practice was caiied. and J
Anderson rolled in star form, rolling
a string of fjur garner aa fo-lowa:
First game. 132: second. 157; third.
ISt, and fourth game. 15C. totaling 581.
n.aklng an averape cf lij. which. Is
eome duckpin b^wilng.
The Times-Dispatch vs Palace
game, scheduled for last Friday nlght,
* as postponed until a .ater date,
some mlsunderstahJing between teams
causing the postponement
Meetlnic of t aptalua.
A meeting of all the raptalns will
If held on the Palace alleys to-mor
row night et I o'clock.
>otr? of Players.
I". Lohmsunn rolled a. star game in
last week's series).
B. Jordln rolia well.
C. Lohmsnn. of the Alee team, rolled
Patrick, of the Journal, rolled a star
game for his team last Monday :.'e '.\
I getting 21* In his three strings.
Morris. of the AJco team. did
splendid work last week.
Oayle, another Alco man, rolled la
top-notch form last Monday, but his
I team was unable to pull together.
I Beck, of the Journal team, rolled In
mighty poor form Monday night, but
nevertheless Beck can roll, and many
i good Beared are expected from him
?luring the season.
Daron. of the Alcos, a newly sign ?1
player, rolled well In last week's
series, and It Is expected that Dar '
will make a good man for the team.
Vatklns rolled well.
Tucker. Anderson, Levy. Tllbert and
Olenn, of the Virginian, had a reet-up
The Times beys and alaa tba i*alaoo
bo>a navo a lay-off this week Watolt
?mi for high socrss next week.
Th? Times boys stand pretty blah
In tba per cent oolumn.
Games Meat Week.
Monday. December ?, at ? P- M.? |
Alcoa va Palace,
Wedneeday. December 11. at I P. M.
Times-Dtapatcb va Virginians.
Friday. December It. at I 9.
Journals va News Leader.
Monday. December t. at 11 T.
BIJou va Academy.
Thursday, December 11, at U P M.? ]
Lubln va Colonial.
Averaaje of Players.
Oamee. Total. Averrare?
Beck. ? ?I? 104? I
Tucker . 11 LMO 104?
Dawson ....... II 1.611 108? ?
\ il Cosby_II 1.240 lOi? 6
Richardson ? ?10 10t? 2
J. Andsrson ... IS 1,123 101-e 7
Olenn . ? ?11 101? 6
C. Lehmann... II 1.77? 9?? 2
F Lohmann... 11 1.717 ?1?8
Patrlok . I 61? It? 1
B Jordan. It 1,7?8 ?*? i
tVr.de . I III II? 1
?Ulbert . 11 1.441 tl? 8
W. Brown.II 1.14? ?8? I
Carlton . 16 1*411 14? ?
Moore .? 880 84? 4
Oayle. 18 1.416 ?4? 8
Hulcher .II 1.10? ?1? 2
F. Brown. 12 1.10? ?2? 2
Morello . 16 1,878 11?10
Slaua-hter. 16 1.878 ?1? 7
L C Miller_ 16 1.864 ?0? 4
! C. Miller .16 1.262 90? 2
I W. Jorgen. 13 810 ?0? ?
Cheek . 15 1.329 81?14
j Levy . 18 868 36? 6
Watklne . 12 1.02? I?? 4
I Manier . 13 1.038 3?? 1
Standing; of Team Total?.
Teams. Games. Totala1
Journals . 1? 8.468
Alcoa . II M13
virgir'ans . II 7.25?
Tlmei Dispatch -II 7.087
News Leader. 12 6,553
Palace . II 6.630
Hlsrh team total. 1,488.; hlg-h average.
Beck. 104-2; high single score, Gilbert.
137; highest total three games, Daw
son. S88; high team total one game.
Standing of Teases.
Teams P. W. I* P.O. ;
Palace . 13 ? 3 .760
: Journals . II 10 I 685
Virginians . 16 ? T .633
Tlmes-Dlspatch _11 I T .523
News Leader. 13 I 7 .416
Alcoa . 18 6 18 .833
Teafla Team Takes Practice.
The Remington tenpln team of the
Richmond Bowling Leag-Je will roll
a practice series on the Palace Alleys
next Tuesday night at 8:30 o'clock. I
Georgetown University Bestows
Monogram Upon Men Who
Starred on Gridiron.
I Wash In gton. D C, December 7?Eighteen
ImrmSera of the Georgetown University foot
be:', team. addition to it* manager, have
been awarded the "<3." tor Which the Play?
er? on the equad have been working all fall.
The quallfi-aMcc for the emblem, ae decid?
ed by the athletic board, waa that a man
ahewld have played in more than SS per cent
of the haves of Hi sam?s or should have
taker part, for any length of time, in the
championship oonust, watch the hoard
named as the Virginia game
.-? ???tr. nt the ciayer? hjd won the "fl"
aetse to this season, theee beins Captain
H^carty. Coetello. Fury. Dunn. White. Mo?
rtality and Il.rjln. Those who were given
the letter for the first line w'ere given ,
Heleke.:. Petrin, Carr.pazal. Foiey. Rltea.
Earron. Mullaney ralanan. Keily and IXm- ?
Betty. Sflstjt-r Loichot waa ajo honored.
Martin and Keily became "O" men m the'.r '
fushmss y*ax. which 1? an unusual per- ,
form an ce.
Class numeral* were awarded to Curry, '
'an Dyne, aterum. L*nreau. Elehenle-jb and
Barrett the assistant manager.
There will be a meeting cf the "O" men
n Hunitay to elect a captain. So far as
nerwn.Coetello will have no opposition
Always Headquarters for Christmas Supplies
ALWAYS SAVE YOU MONEY
Chickens, Turkeys. Rabbits, Fresh Hams,
Spare Ribs. Country Sausage received dally.
Pure Sweet Cider, gallon. 30c
Large Sweet Florida Oranges, dozen.18c
Santa Claus Seeded Raisins, 1-lb. pkg.. 3 for 25c
Cleaned Currants, 1-lb. pkg.10c
New Extra Quality Shelled Almonds.38c
6-lb. bags Prepared Buckwheat for.25c
Home Made Mincemeat, lb. .8c
Fresh Pound Cakes, lb..15c
Christmas Fruit Cakes, 1-lb. carton, 20e;
Good California Sherry Wine, gallon.$1.80
Large Smoked Skinned Regular Hams, lb. . .16c
Llbby's Roast Beef, large cans 17c. or 3 for 50c
Good Eggs, dozen . 28c
New Orange and Lemon Peel, lb. 12 '.c
Fresh Country Butter, for cakes, lb. . 30c
Small Best Hams, lb.18c
Small Best Fresh and Corned Hams, lb.17c
New Mixed Nuts.12>*c
New Palm Nuts.12Sc
Good Rye Whiskey.$1.50
Good Corn Whiskey.$1.50
Spring wheat or winter Gold Medal Flour.
38c bag; or. per barrel $5.85
Fresh or Corned Picnic Hams. lb. 15c
Large cans Square Brand Condensed Milk.
9c; per dozen $1.00
Winner Brand Condensed Milk, can.9c
Creamerv Butter, lb .33c
Dried Lima Beans, lb.8c
3 lbs. California Peaches .25c
Tall cans Alaska Salmon, 9c can: per dozen $1.00
I .i rc < Celery, stalk.7c
Cape Cod Cranberries, qt.11c
Hillsdale Asparagus Tips, can .12c
Ceresota Hour. Mc bag; or. per barrel ...... $5.90
3 Chalmer's Gelatne for .25c
Wine for Jellies, quart .2tc
Carolina Rice. lb.. sc
New Shredded f ocoanut. lb.. 15c
New Layer Figs. 1-lh. pkgs.lie
Brookdale Asparagus, can .18c
Virginia Comb Money, pkg. 15c
New Dstes. lb.8c
3 cans Baltimore Tomatoes for ... 25c
Mountain Prepared Buckwheat. 2-Ib. pkg.. 9c;
or 3-lb. pkg. . 14c
Very I-arge Prunes, lb.. 10c
Rival or Stag Gelatine, pkg. .5c
Large bostlcs Essence Vanills and Lemon 5c
Extra Fine Rhine Wine, direct from Germany;
per bottle .45c
7 pkgs. Toilet Paper . 25c
Quart bottles Sealed California Sherry snd Port LsV
Large cans Best Virginia Tomatoes, lie; dozen $1.10
Good 4-String Broom .2*c
Large bottles Catsup snd Ssuce.lac
j fba. New California Prunes for. 2*c
$109 bottle Duffy's Malt Whiskey 85c
Macaroni snd Spaghetti. 1-lb. pkgs. 7r
\>w s?,ir Ki nt quart; or 4 quarts. 25c
James Rreer Shad. 2 for 28c
New Black Country Walnuts, peck 2tc
New Codfish. 7c lb . or 4 lbs.25c
Brookdale California Canned Peaches. 15c can;
Brookdale California Canned Apricots. 14? can;
Va. Pride Coffee, fresh roasted. 1-lb. pkg. 0C
Good Salt Pork, lb. . lie
Good Lard, lb.lie
Fine Cream American Cheese, lb. 29V
7 boxes Good Sardines for. 2V
Fresh Cracker Dust. 6c
Fresh Ovster Crackers. . 6c
High Grade of Huttertne. lb. 29*
8 bars Circus Soap, for laundry, large bars 25c
Good Sugar Corn. 4 cans for 25c
Very Best Baker's Cho, olatc. lb
7 lbs. Large Lump Starch for Hi
3-lb. jars Home-Made Preserves 2*?
Best American Granulated Stiv-tr p*->"ud 5 ?
Snowdrift Lard, all size cans. lb. 12 ?
7 bars Domino Best 5c Toilet Soap 25c
Good Fating or Cooking Apples, peck 25*
New Clipped Herrings, dozen. 19r; half barrel $2.75
Campbell's Pork and Beans, caa 9c
6 Potted Tongue or Ham for 25c
Fairbank's Cottolene. in ?ans. .i'l st/ev J's. 4's.
l#/a; per >b. 14c
Wood's Best N. C. Roc HrrrinC. 25c dozen, hall
OW Rve and Corn Whiskev gallon $2 09
Old Apple Brand*, gallon $2*9
Old French Brandy, gallon $2.99
Absolut?*!. Pure Leaf Lard, lb 15c
Gold Medal Flour. 3*c hag: or. per barrel $5 M
Finest quality Swiss Cheese-. !b. 25c
Post Tostles or Quaker Brand Com Flakes, pkg. 8c
New Black-Eyed Peas. lb. 6c
New Sour Pickles, gallon 28c
1-lb. cans Good Lui k Baking Powders Sc
Money order must ?ome with order.
New Holiday Price List mailed on appll- atlon
S. ULLMAN'S SON
1820-22 East Main 2 STORES 2 50? E. Marshall
Football Team Loses Just One
Game During Entire Grid?
On November 33 Kecdoipa-Maooa ]
Academy oiossd what la many wiyt
waa the moat sacco-sf ui season in the
history of football at Hando.ph-aLacou
Academy. Around ths nucleus of four
of last year's stars was bunt a team
that proved Itself the superior of any
other In its olaas In this section of the
oiale. The team was aggressive and
m nghter from start to finish, poaaeas
ina ths true Kaisdoiph-aiacen spirit, it
Iul? the envlab.e record of having iost
unl> one caute during the season, and
that the only one in which It was
scored upon, to the strong ItoanoKe
Oui.ege eleven, of balem.
Captain Robertson, at right half, nes
probably no superior at that poalUon
in the preparatory schoois of tue
state Besides being a strung deteu
slve payer, he waa unusually strong
on the offense, belog equally good *t
skirting the ends and piunglng ths
line, and was also an excellent punter,
not meeting his equal during tue eea
son In this department of tne game
The success of the team was largely
due to his good, consistent work.
Thomas, at left half, carried the hail
well and was a good ground gainer.
No Hue was found during the season
that waa able to withstand the terrinc
p.unging of Olbbs at full, iiiobs waa
a good man in leading the Interfer?
ence and waa a bulwark of strtn^tn
on defense, being eery adept in meet?
ing and amasning plays on the line of
scrimmage. Holle, the veteran quarter,
was a good fle.d general and ran tne
team with a dash aud snap that soon
wore down the opposing team. At
broken fie.d running; he would find few
equals among the preparatory schools
of the State. t\ ood. King and M yalt.
at enda were hard, sure tacklers, or?
ten breaking tr.ru ugh the Interference
and throw-ing the runner for a loaa
They were fast in getting down tne
field under punts and good at receiv?
ing the forward pass. Ramsay, at
left tackle, did not find hla equal d -r
. r.? the year. He wee a tower of
strength on the defense, frequenUy
breaking through and getUng tne
man with the ball bet?re he reached
the lino of scrimmage. He was equal?
ly good on offense at opening up holes
In the line.
Scholx, at right tackle, was a steady,
aggresaive player, being equally strung
un defense and offense. Morton, at left
guard, one of last year's veterana waa
a great aource of strengTth In the line.
He made the man in front of him live
hard, was quick at slaing up a play,
and couid always be depended on to
taite care of his position. Marks and
Hawthorne. at right guard, were
strong and steady men In that position,
and being hard, eure taoklera, were
very strong; on defenee. ttyrd and
Chewntng. at centre, were both good
men. They were accurate passers andj
very aggressive on defense
The teams' record for the season fol?
Bedford City. 0: Randolpn-Maoon
Roanoke College, 0; Randolph--Ma
con Academy, f.
Jefferson Athletic Club, #; Randolph-1
Maoon Academy, 20.
Clustej e-piinps Aoademy, 0; rtan
dolph-Mcon Academy. 76.
Danville High School for Boys. 01
Randolph-Macon Academy, 20.
Roanuke High School, 0: Randoipn
Macon Academy, 14.
Danville School for Boys. 0; Ran
dolph-Maoon Academy, 100.
Roanoke College. 10; RanCioipti-Ma
con Academy. 8
Total?Opponents, 10; Randolph-Ma?
con Academy. 248.
This record makes Randolph-Macon
Academy the preparatory school ohain
pion of this section of the State ana
entitles it to a claim to the prepara?
tory school championship of the Stute.
IN CLASS GAMES
Practically Cinch Football Cham?
pionship at Randolph-Macon
by Winning Yesterday.
Aeh.and. V a. December 7.?In the best
same In the series tor the championship of
the ool.rgr the S.-nlors defeated the "Fish'"
at rtandnsjb TIsts to-day U to s.
This practica../ clinches the championship
tor sseSS, as every other class has suffered
a defeat, while the Seniors have yet to be
Ii the game to-day the Senior?, although
outplaying IhetT opponents, had no silk
away, as Iks ' i'.sn ' put up a good losing
naht throughout the game
The Bret (jiia^lfr was hard fought, neither
at ? m si Beere although tee ball
was In the Seniors' possession most ef tbe
In the second quarter tba Seniors drew
flrer blood. After an er.d run by Ilolioway
and a series ef line p. und" es the ball was
asain g.vea to Hollo way. who p.unfed off
tackie for a touchdown. Comp ton kicked
goa . the score then being 7 to 0 In fa.or
The ' PbsST came back strong, and In a
few minutes by a cle\srly executed forward
per.? by Fishburne across tbe goal line to
Msg tea, the fast litt.? quarterback of tbe
1 Flak" made the only tal.y lor the Freeh
man Fishburne failed at an easy goal. The
bait ended with tke bail ea tbe Seniors*
t.n-yard line in possession ef the "Fish."
The eeoond hH *ae as bard .'ought as
tbe ftret. the "Fish" trying to overcome
t h .? one poli.t leeel which was registered
at>tn?; stssBs, while tbe Seniors were Behl?
ing to hol? SM Increase their small lead.
The BeSeSCS a BBS MM onee to gala tbe ad
ventaajB, ae.l it * as not long before t??y
had scored a touchdown by a forward ^ass
?,*?! the line :o CngMil. This was ihe .est
?cere of the g . n.. . ht r?niore iai.me lo
In th, rest ?' t mj gam* tne ' Fleh" tried
BbJ ??<?. but wd'boul sect ess. tne
Un*: .?e.,.-e ,?iti, ;-. t> - Tbe line-up
~ 1 '" - ?? ? ' end. ? Mi de ,c?t i
SH . n1; Manrr. |gB|
?ft guard CklttMk, centre, j
M. Masters, rmM sacht?. I
1, Fishburne. right heir.
Ks let**, leibsxa. B'.an
Rer.d i.ph Maren Celles*.
j Y. M. C. A. Athletics j
The teams in the e>gh*h annual has
keti>aii league nrgar.ixcd in th. Young, I
Men's CnMM.an Association las! Tour?,
?lay night will take the names of the]
eta Eastern colleges a t>tal ef art* j
men ars lined ur on the six lean
a net pevrrtsion has been made whereby
- men desiring to join the Isasrae
will be plaeed wIIhost delay. Any
memb' r failing te appear for three con
seeatlvg game*, wlfbout a -et I.factory
?artaae. may be dropped from tke
|. erne liver? turn I? expert-d to be
ready at the appointed time Ter its
fame -?r forf-lt the oppnelna team
sere point fe? ea h minute of delay.
Tiie league ?rill r in until March It,
inclusive, games being played on every
Thnrwdar nltrr-.t. beginning s? t it
The tum? a? chosen are as follows:
1. ?'?es?<i. A> Cuitea, r. sets la. M. at.
Do Your Christmas Shopping Now
BEFORE THE RUSH BEGINS
Only a few days now remain in whi<h you fan shop comfortably and at the same
time secure the best values. This st?r ? is ready now in all of its departments to take
care of you. "We always do a littie better in price, merchandise and service than you
can find elsewhere. As this is a time when all of the Deeded cash is not available, we
ask you to not worry about that?simply make your selections, whether great or small,
and have them charged.
We Want You to See
Our Parlor Furniture
We have gotten together some
of the best three and five-piece
Suits ever exhibited in this city
or elswhere. We have two very
extra values in five-piece suits at
$25 and $33.50
DON'T FORGET THE f >We carry a complete line of Automobiles, Doll Carriages,
/>L1|| rxncaj > Reed and Oak Rockers, High Chairs, Baby Walkers, Children's
rris Chairs, etc.
Beckett, H. D Coghill. J. M. E
G P. Heubl. W. R Sutherland. P U
Tiller. G. F. Wood. C Wallersieln.
2. Carlisle?C. I. Perkins, rapt.^sh. K
B. D-unfard. R. E Elmore. P. R
French. E. T>. Hall. O. C Hope. F. A.
Jett H. S. LJoyd, E. A Seal.
8. Princeton ? K. s Boiton. captain:
Chance of a Life Time
to Secure a Geiui ie
New Knabe Piano
The fartn-x Mic-d fV ? ???
dedans, and In ?.rd-r to m.tk- r.,t,m
for th>- n?-?r c.>..<i? w,. hav>- mml? *
smart reduction A?r?-?-si?l?" term*
211 ?????! Ilronrf ?Mrert.
Plan" Fa^tnrr feajpaajfl 'eff ??..n .?*trrrt
W. A. f'armiT. H P Johnson. J. B Rob
? rtson. r B. S.ay. T. D. Steel. E. A 1
I >'ullivai:. N. ft Thomas.
4 Calwaan BL B. Glazebrook. cap
I tain: E. M. Avery. B W. Adams. L? A.]
; Day. A. M M'Leod. T X XL-hola. Jr..
. W. T. Tyler. O B. White,
j ?. Cornell -K V. Philpotts. captain.
R W. Allen. .Tr. C A Arthur. B. W.
' l.Tockenbrouah. Jr. K J. Fowler. S. ;
E. Gunn. Rurn.tt sVMTta, Jr. W. I. Tru
5 Harvard -J 1? Mlnson. cantatn: ,
W. y. QaaWeT, W*. H G.Iman. P. Lebar
; witcb. Dr. C H Ml I ?all J. S. T.
Strar.e. U T Terr. H. A. E WaBuStsf.
Gam?-s this ?v.-?-k. Sa Thursday nit?ht.
L^-innln* at 1:41 o'clock:
iTinceton \?. Harvard.
Cats rs <'?rn"ll.
Carlisle v< OMmwMb.
Won m p.r.
Carlisle . 1 ?? 1 ?'?<?
Hai n id . l ?? L4?'t?
Princeton . 1 ?? UN
Cat sasMa .? i ?*?>
t'orn? H .* I 8H
Tale. ? I ???
\oiit-.baii Lsawass nasansnwat.
Won. I>.it PC
I aalaa . - l* : Attt
tU try 1 I M
Th'.? WSStaTs games:
Hondo I rr. v- .Tiok-r Union
v s. Ballou
Wertn.?ia-. Ba.? hon rs W'nt?rs.
t:. rrv vs Kalln'i
KrMs? - Hanker vi Bas.% r> Winters
l??t??r I nwtaM I ??rnr
Won I.e**, p c
irsera .... 1 s
Thm si-'k'? *sm?*
M.-nd.'v -lainaborn.- v? Grs?'
\\ . .:? ? lav Burr rs I-ea!*?"
I'ridav I ancborne as l^xk
Won Los. PC
i?rMi-ss .ti ? t
OaWsftf st ids.la t> **'
RU ? :
W. ?tn:<?r. Is n?t 1 It
Do Motxiar right tr>e f*sm? will
It. ? I- f 'll'.we i'imi- K 1? ra
. 'tl? ?? Stxi Chesapeake snd ' S
t*. .mm ?relar-'
la lb* sthietw teat ?nur er?a's were
participated ia ay ta? arsd .1 ia??i
tr.mb.-rs list nlaht ills'.' ?t r. o* l?
were as foHaw?. O* >-Up d??ih K R
D'infnrd ? ?J-J seewaaw: staadla? ama?
jump E B. Dusford. I ?-?t ?S larasa:
running Mate Jump. J. M. Klsaers. 4
faat 4 lasase. pvui-sc J. ft.
Th? records of svery man who a*?
rer.<i the events will count In his warll
for the emblem for his Krade. Tis
following events will bs run on next
night: 100-yard dash, bar
Si and running broad Jump. Tas
regular class will be conducted oa
Tuesday n'.Kht at S:C". and ther? arUt
>>?? sasortuadty for practice in tas
for Sal .rday night and for tka
If You Are Looking For
We have the htr*t creations in
this lint-, iii'i ;:.> \ unnot be found
in .my U?M -t- rc.
If \oti want the?
( . M !\i DELFT WARE,
t RO< EERY OF THE IM?
S'; ;R1 \! AUSTRIAN POT?
u? h.i%c it.
If m>ii CaVMOf find
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?i ! -;n; % ou. Pries*
" m I5c
?? io $i5.et.
Frietfr W. Lulz & Co.
211 N. r ifth Street,
Bon* d and Grace Sta.
Tne leo. A. Hundley Ccl
5l4-5la fc. itroad Strsat
U> a.e barge ssswgwrs of Wants SSaf 1
Wr.tc f. r price Hat of aosatay
\\ c pretay express on fJ 00 sr
Old Dominion Floor C*x
1 loots I ?ld. StraanJ snJ Fl
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?ta Waat Mssa 9m