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Invitation Track Meet at Y. M.
C. A. for Prep Schools on
The third Annual complimentary In?
door track meet tenderrd the pre?
paratory schools of Richapond by the
central Y M. C A., will take place
n< xt Saturday afternoon at 2:S>
o'clock In- itationa to enter the meet
have been extended to th< H'gh School
,vcad?m>, Medulre's and Benedictine
The schedule of eventa will be as
TTaci- events?1, SO-vard dash; 5,
U yard hurdle: ? 100-yard dash. 4. :??
>.srd dash, 5, midget relay; <. S?<i-yard
run. 7 championship relay.
r'e.d events?1. standing broad
jump, :. running broad Jump; 3. l - - lb.
shot put. 4. standing high jump. 5.
ro> vault; ?, running high jump.
Regulations?Field events and relay,
i to enter, 4 to qualify. Track events:
4 to enter, t to qualify. Midget relay:
not (rvar 5 fee? 2 inches, and not over
fourteen ysars of age.
:. of entries, countersigned Ifc' t'ay
. pal of the school, must be in the
bands of YV .y. Reithnrd. physical di
tor, V. M C. Ah on ?r before Feb?
ruary is. after a-hlch no changea will!
b^- ailowcd Tolnts will count five for)
three tor second, one for third :
r.eiays a 111 count five points for the;
Midget relay, one lap. Cham- 1
plunshlp relay, two japs
The following schools have accepted l
the Invitation to e-nv-r the meet, male- :
irg It a three-cornered affair: John
>.? .-?>?:: High School. Richmond,'
Academy and McOuire's Fnlverslty
School. Fach team ?-as given a try
out In the y. M. C. A, gymnasium yes?
terday afternoon. The meet last year
a as won by the high school, with
Fork t'nion Wins.
Fork T'nion. Ya.. February S.?Quints '
of the Fork Union Military Academy '
srd the ?'harlottesvllle Hl*?h School
met here last night la a game of bas?
ketball. The team representing the
university town was defeated by a
*, ere of 25 to S. The cadets showed
eplendid team work. I'otts and Peoples
wc-e the stars for the locals. For 1
Charlottesville. Powers? playing was a
feature. Benton and Ta\lor were the ^
officials of the game. Between halves
g boxing match was the program be?
tween Cadets Holder and Wood. The
battle lasted two rounds, honors even.
C. H S. Positions F. V. A.
Tr'iott. L F.Pseples
Steele. R F.Dives
Pay ton. L <?.Potts
Martin. B '5 .Redd
Powers. C .Turner
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Sample Shoes, Half
aoa t?? ?M"t ?
Cener Sth and Broad
HALF YEARLY SHOE SALE
The second week of this big Hilf Yearly Shoe Sale begins tomorrow?'tis a Big Saving in shoes
9^ -all Richmond knows it, that's why we are busy. Come quick while sizes are complete.
EVERY PAIR OF WINTER SHOES REDUCED!
Ladies' Shoes, all leathers,
all styles, but odds and ends.
Our regular $3
and $3.50 shoes
Ladies' Patent, Kid, Gun
metal or Tan Shoes; our
and $4 grade,
all sizes. Sale
Men's $2.50, $3 and $3.50
Shoes, odds and ends; broken
pair sold with
Men's $3.50 and $4 Shoes,
odds and ends, because of
this fact the /tfcf^ Oaf\
enormous ? >/ll
Big Misses' Shoes, high
cut, patent and gunmetal,
sizes 2! 2 to 6.
Ladies' Tan Lace Shoes, rubber
bottoms; $5.00 values, qtty g*\
Girls' Extra High Cut Shoes of Extra Value, Tan, Patent and Gunmetal.
Sizes 6 to 8,
Sizes 84 to 11, $2.50
Sizes 11 Vi to 1, $3.00
Ladles' and Misses' Storm Rub?
ber Shoes, 50c values. Sale
Men's and Women's
$2 Shoes. Sale price ...
Men's and Women's
$3Shoes. Sale price.. ..
Men's and Women's f?0 /*Q
$3.50 Shoes. Sale price. *$L.,\JU
Men's and Women's
$4 Shoes. Sale price....
Boys' and Girls' $2.50
Shoes. Sale price.
Ladies' Gunmetal and
Shoes, $1.50 to $2.50 values.
Children's Foot Form Shoes, in
tan, $1.50 and $2.00 value. *7Q
Sale price. I \jC
Ladies' Evening- Slippers, in
satin, kid, velvet, $3 to <7? 1 AQ
$5 values. Sale price... ?P 1 .t:?7
Boys' Gunmetal Patent, odds
and ends. Our regular <J? 1 Afk
$3 Shoes. Sale price . ?J? 1 .Ht %/
Boys' and Girls' $2.00
Shoes. Sale price.
so The Store That Sells as It Advertises
The Big Store, Northwest Corner Third and Broad Streets.
Trinity College Will House In?
ternational Leaguers During
Trinity Coll ge. Durham. N <\. Feb?
ruary 8.?The Providence (R. I.' base
!>all team, in the International LoajTSnb
Is to train In this city on Trinity's
diamond during the coming rprlrjg.
*<?vding to word which was received
in this city Thursday. Whll? nego?
tiations h*ve not been going on be?
tween ths authiritiea or Trlrity Col?
lege and the management of th-- Prov?
idence tea'u. It Is nevertheless true
t'nst th" leaguers will do their spring
training on Trinity grounds. AY*. O.
Bramham. of the Durham club, of the
i'arollna Association, has been In
hatge of the negotuiti Mal looking to?
ward getting the team to co>re h<-r<?.
tut th- receipt of the tews that the)
will come brought joy to uo nearts
more tliar. St did to th->se of tlie fans
on the eaaspoa of Trinity CoUtga,
Director of Kansas City Athletic
Club Thinks Strain on
Men Too Great.
Kansas City. Mo. February ?.?Ath?
letic Director J A. R?il!y. of the Kan?
sas City Athletic (Tub. Is of the
opinion that marathon racing should
be Mliolished Hut ad >f i D'lul??. il.
fie taken- a whack at .farr.es ft Stallt?
Was method of b-?om:ng this part J
!ar branch of athb tlc? by offering a
prlie to the most consistent MIStkM
?'Marathon running nevrr can he a
rmMM sport." Dr. Reilly declare*.
"All the history of marathon- SIOWU
iMa Kew winners of the Olymp.'
nisrathori ever ?er- h> ard of before
t'.e < .a?e - rar? F? w ??lytnpi?. mara?
thon w.t.ners ever have run sui-eess
afler winning that ract Tsk ?
the -a*e of Johnny Hayes He was
not p eked as a likely wtnrei. vet he
?aTkPkad first In a tvic ef -.ousted dis
?*r. e - mers. And he never cam"
l-sek. Time after t'rr.e Hayes rom
l -ted n marathons after winning the
Olympic race. What did ne ever '
' Th"n there is .foe ?\ -?hsw. the St
lx?u!? rvmsg. Forrhriw won .t ma:>
?hon ????-- H? w: has son an
? t!.?r 1* .-shew has competed in three
Olympic marathon raer? gad kse run
1? numerous 'Hit ?Sag .listen e r?< .-s
? et ke Bt?e? hs> beeom. a MMiileRt
winner On* weuld think tb?t Vks>
? haw a per?;.?tei , t ht sv.klng to the
gsme would Lav- * \-n Mas the Im
pro?<ment M: I I -e, to ?n
. courage, th - SSSMrtatet j .,? the win
?.er ? r th? r ? ?? ? ? I ' ,nl a<
"Tien a?ve- we-. ' r the hard
, griad of tsmtr-t'i m 1>? rar coarse
nnd an tMMlHM] freak Ilka Al
.-*hrijhl> Rat how m?rv ."he^bbs are
th? e- Marathon ?unr. ? * t.? or, . .
4a: aeroua. bat ft It h imar The
*-??? major ty Sf reiner. Rn1a% 'hetr
:ast five or elabt miles or, ?-r|t ana de
t?rrr r.at'on alone They rar. tb-'r
? ? -? oat and then ?nr?>i ?tief? way ..r
BM * serve Tbe cry of 4tr. : mit
spare tbe at on The look of agony on
the face ef the iiwr?'^- raati ?
?-?-.'? a e- ' .- .<
rbo lahurnaritv of tbe ra'
who a 11 w'n a ma rat bow. f>ne ? M-s"
? if a crest marath-ir ? ??
?"< the on, eventful race er
*?>''.<?? a-i? perform t .r ? ???r.t...
What preat long distance runr.er ever
won two great marathon's?"
WILL BE FEATURE
Blues-College Meet Attracts Ath?
letes From All of More Promi?
YVith approximately 3?0 'ntrlea in
hand, representing nearly every col?
lege and university in this immediate
M ' tion. th ? Mise? Oollegs indoor track
meet to be held March S. promises to
be by far the nusl comprehensive
even: of its kind ver stated in Rich?
mond. The athletic authorities of the
two Institutions directly Interested ?
the Blues and Richmond Colleg_are
enthusiastic over prospects for estab?
lishing new records m the hoard.*.
All of the tirst elaaa athletes In Vir?
ginia. North and South Carolina. !>:?
trict of Columbia and Maryland will
be In attendance.
One of the big features of the meet
will be the relay carnival, with repre?
sentatives from each of the organixa
ti-jns represented la the fill hilf Iii
Amotei.i Athletic Federation. It is be?
lieved that at least twenty relay teams
will enter. Always spectacular, these
relay races will be peculiarly it terest
ing. be-nuse they will give a line on
the athletes as represented in the fed
I'HI.IHOItlCKSBI HO HIC.il \\ r\
Kredericksburg. Va., February S.?
Fredericksburg High Bahaal defeated
Alexandria llish SchSQl here to-night
in a fast game at basket ball It to 5. '?
Fredericks-burg. Position Al> xandtf a.
Rawllasa. . R. r .Weaaell
Sacrey.'.. L F.Hull'van
Cole. Centre .Pettlt
Rollir.s. R <:.Boss
bale. U G.Rais.n
Summary?Field goa'r: Rawliaa <?*>:
Sacrey (1); Sulliv. n. Wenzell. Fouls:
Bawilns (1); Wetisail
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I the surest, quickest and most certain remedy in the whole worlcj and besides
it is harmless.
Millions of men and women now eat their favorite foods without fear?they
know now it Is needless to have a bad stomach.
(t OBAU? TsttANOtlUS 0?
MAKES DISORDERED STOMACHS
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Special Lenten Dishes
\Yr offer a remarkable variety of new, unusual
ahaaag specially suitable for Lent With the wealth of
suggestions at this store, there Is no reason why
? .1'? should not be as full of pleas.ng varletv
and delightful surprises as at any other time of the
Selected Smoked Fish Received
Regularly Direct From Curers:
RI oat era.
Also manv vartetlee of salt fleh, sneh as rodfisi
? ei i V aters, ete.
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Tel. ?tos. lei-iea.
CAROLINA A. & M.
Many Games Will Be Played by
Baseball Team During
Wrjt KalM?h, X. Cm February ?.?
MkaagOS R. M. Bailey, of the A. and AI.
baseball team, has announced the fal?
lowing schedule for the season of
? March 17?Tr.ni'.y paik School at
March 2f?Pennsylvania State Col?
lege at Raleigh.
Marc!. ^4?Wake Forest at Raleigh.
March 27?Lafayette at Raleigh.
Marek 23?Amherst at Ruleiga.
April 1?Davidson at Raleigh.
April I?Eastern Pstlaga at Raleigh.
April ">?-Wake forest at Wake Kor?
April t?Trinity College g| Raleigh.
April f>?Virginia Military Institute
[ April 13?Davidson at Charlotte.
April 14?Waks Parsed at Ra.cigh.
April 29?Atlantic Coast Mm Rail?
road at Wilmington.
April ??Ju^iord College atGrcena
April M?Washington and Lee at
April .*3?Georgetown at Washing?
April 24?Catholic L'r.lv?rs:ty at
April 7Z?Delaware College at New?
April !H?Navy at Annapol-.s.
May 1?Carolina at Raleigh
May S?Trinity College at Durham,
May S?Oullford r-iilege at Raleigh.
May ?Washington and Lee at
This Is one of the best sehedulss
ever gotten out at A nr><! M. Most of
the best college teams ?hat have been
played heretof?-e will be ?e?n on the
schedu'e again this year, with several
Important additions. The additions
sre the DMparMff of North Carolina
Trinity College, Virginia Military In?
stitute. Georgetown, th? Xavy and A.
C. I? teams. This Is the first time In
years that every team In North Caro?
line has been on the schedule, and
a much better Pat ifcaaM be obtslned
on the state championship than be?
fore. Lest year Georcetown waa not
on the achedul'. ban two year* aao the
Tecks beat tl.e jj.Stoppers and hope
to repeat the dose this time The Nary
will also be play*.-! during the North?
ern trip for the first time. The At?
lant, c ?-oast IJn? team at Wllnins
ton Is composed mo?t!> of old college
stars, and la one of the strongest ama?
teur teams Ir. th. Sta'e.
There are twenty-three games on
the schedule altogether, thirteen of
which will be played at home. R?
s'des these there are otber fames
Baltimore Man Defeats George
H. Crocker, of Brookline,
in Close Match.
rtrterurgt N i . February ?.?Cloao
matches characterised to-day's piay In
the final rourd for the president's
trophy, of tbe ninth annual St Val?
entine's Golf tournament. R Warren
Corkran. of the Baltlsnors Country
Club, winning by t op and I to play
from George Rj Toeirar. af the Rrook
Uae Country Chsb Mr Corkran bad
the match Wei] |r. J,SM frofa thS Start
and grsdusll}- lncr*ss?d s lead of I
ap st tbe tars, tka mateb ending on
tbe flfteerth rrw.n a big gallery fol?
lowed the play. la 'bs coasolatloa.
IfcOfctrl Hunter, of Weebuin. won. 7 up
to I to play In Ml match with J. \V.
, Escher. of Knglewood.
Catching- 'Jrartland Rice, of Er.gle
' wood, badly olT his gam*. P ft Mac
' I/auRhlln. of S- arsdale, won the Gov?
ernor's trophy by 3 up and 2 to play
'8. O. Miller, of Enalewood. took the
consolation by 2 up from R. G. Day.
. of the Won eater Golf <"lub.
J 1>. Foot, of Apawamis, won the
I secretary trophy. 1 up and 1 to play
! hi a keen match with inplay ajtalnst
\ F W P. Pray, "f Bra^-burn The ion
i sol attest was a 4 and 3 win by J. L>.
1 Crum*?-v. of nroo+, iyn. asset Robert O.
! .shat\, of BrooUlna,
Two k-cn mutch*-* ? harac lorigod the
' play for tl.c treasurer's trophies, \V. L.
I Bard, of OoJutastt, ilofaaflng F. I..
Stuart, of nollllMO. by 1 up. M.d V.
j T. Fu. l-;ins. of I'hilao? li nia. placing
i an extta lit.!.-- before he won the 0M
, solation from ?'. 11 Lay, of oil t'ity
The captain's trophy went to C. F.
I Grecley. of Saratoga, on a A and - win
: from Thomas It. Coe. of the Leicester
I (lolf Club. C. T. Bloomer, of Geneva,
' de'eated John Rarclay. of f'ai.oe Brook,
by 3 and C In the consolation.
R. R. liumleT, of Canoe ProOfc. won
j the club trophy with a 3 and Z v.'.-.
; over Robert Lewis) <?' Fiat kford. In
i the consolation, W. R Rau?-r smith, of
I Oakmont. was * and 7 in his match
with H. T. Met'learn. Jr.. of Boston.
CUE EXPERTS ARE
HERE EOR GAMES
Superior Academy Arranges
Some Classy Matches Between
Topnotchers This Week.
The minaK"m?i!t Of the Superior Bil?
liard A' ad r.jr has arranged for the
lonung week the moat attractive bill
ever offered in Richmond ti the lovers
? ?f kaJkllBO, straight rail, three-cushion
and pock >t biilisrds. The experts are
composed of the highest calibre, such
men as Tom Cos. of New York, hold?
ing the highest run of this .-'fate in
po ket milliards, rur.nijig llfl c.-nsecu
tlve balls: John Hawkins, now man?
aging the Sup*rlor Academy, the state
champion: J. L. Malone. -jt New York.
S3-champion of the world, and Kid
William*, of Washington, the "kid
wizard who has been training Frar.R
SV.. rn^r.. preparing him for his match
,wlth Alfr?d DeOra for the wo-tcT?
FEEL FINE! LIVER RIGHT, STOMACH
SWEET, HEADACHE GONE?"CASCARETS"
Casrarets make vou feel bully, they immediately cleanse and sweeten the
stomach, remove the sour. urrtlereVert and >e?f?w *?? ? ?. ?-Vr>
the excess bile from the liver and tarry off the constipated waste matter and
poison from the bowels.
A Cascaret to-night will straighten you out by morning?a 10-cent box from
ar> lra]|M will keep your Stomach regulated. Head clear and Liver and
Bowels in a splendid condit.on for months. Dont forget the children.
Mahogany Dining Room Furniture
I loo 00 Buf>u ?t .9*n on
I ?0.00 Buffets at .972 AO
t ?9.00 Bnffata at .MO OO
t 10.90 Buffets at .?8? no
? ao-aa China Caaaa at.Bsana
I ? oa China esses at. .gaaaa
Parlor. Library. Hall and chamber Fnmimre at 2<? per rent,
go per real, and an per rent rllarnnnt.
New Process fraa Ranges ?12 AO to MO on
Jones Bros. & Co., Inc.
UIN-Mz" r sot Main Ntreet.
11 OA Hall Htrsew.