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expect of f them They will Imake make good J in inany inany inany
any impartial comparison Youll notice the thepatterns thepatterns thepatterns
patterns are sotermed sotermed1custom custom patterns patternsthe patternsthe patternsthe
the models have distinctive character characterand charactcrand characterand ¬
and theres no mistaking the quality of the thetailoring thetailoring thetailoring
tailoring tailoringThe tailoringThe tailoringThe
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something sOlnethingbut but the convenience of immediate immediateservice immediateservice
service and continued conti ued satisfaction arc prob probably probably probJ ¬
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The steamer Charles Mac Macalester Macalester vIacnlester ¬
alester will start from the 7th 7thstreet 7thstreet 7thstreet
street wharf harf at 10 lOa a m sharp sharpand sharpand sharpand
and return at 2 15 p m mExcellent mExcellent mExcellent
Excellent Cafe on the theSteamer theSteamer theSteamer
Steamer Meals and Re Refreshments Refreshments Refreshments ¬
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AND ANDTickets RETURN RETURNTickets RETURNTickets
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Sunday October 16 16fVSUSIC 16MUSIC 16MUSIC
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CITY PRICES PRICESWill PRICESVill PRICESViII
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is a loaning institution that features featuressmall featuressmall featuressmall
small loans at small rates For Forexample Forexample Forexample
example 100 for 1 month on in indorsed indorsed indorsed ¬
dorsed note costs 250 How Howmuch Howmuch Howmuch
much do you pay payEstablished payEstablished payEstablished
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lry TY T COBB WINS AUTO PRIZE PRIZEBEATING PRIZEBEATING RIZE
I BEATING LARRY BY BYA APOINT APOINTGreat A POINT POINTGreat POINTGreat
Great Outfielder Informed by Telegram from Detroit DetroitFriend DetroitFriendOther DetroitFriendOther
Friend FriendOther Other Interesting Gossip ossip of ofAll ofAU ofAll
All Stars Game 0
Dr WILLIAM VILLI > I PEEl PEETImmediately PEElImmediately rEETImmediately
Immediately after the AlIStarsAth AlIStarsAthletlcs Al1StarsAthIotlcs Al1StaraAthletics
letlcs game at American League Park Parkyesterday Porkyesterday Parkycaterday
yesterday a messenger boy rushed ru hcl up to toTy toTy toTy
Ty Cobb with a a telegram which the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great outfielder opened before his team teammates teammates teammates
mates and passed around for inspection inspectionThe Inspectionrhe InspectionI
I The pie telegram was from a wellknown wellknowny wellknownfollows
I I nfY5papOr ntvspapor y mon In Detroit and read os ostollows asfollows
follows followsI
411 I have Just been Informed from Secre Secretary Socretbr Secretsry ¬
tary tbr McRoy McRo of the American League Leaguethat Leaguethat Leaguethat
that the official average give you ou the thelead thelead thelead
lead over Lajolo by ope point pointThis pointThis pointThis
This means that Ty T Cobb wins the theautomobile theautomobile theautomobile
automobile prize offered for the leading leadingbatter leadingbatter leadingbatter
batter In inthe the big leagues leaguesSecretary lengHSecretary leaguesSecretary
Secretary McRoy McRo hag entire charge of ofmaking ofmaking ofmaking
making out thoj th tho official American League Leaguebatting LeAguebatting Lesguehatting
batting averages and If Ty Cobbs news newspaper newspnper newspaper ¬
paper friend has tho dope from McRoy McRoyIt McRo McRoIt
It looks as i If Lajoie has h s lost out outCobb outCObb outCobb
Cobb refus refused d to reveal the name of the thethat theman theman
man 1ho sent tho telegram but stated stntedthat statedthat
that he would stake take his life that ho land liadbeen landbeen hadbeen
been handed the correct dope dopeDoc dopeDoc dopeDoc
Doc White Billy Bill Sullivan and Jnko JnkoStahl Jl JkoStahl < o oStahl
Stahl In talking with the writer about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the All Star team declared that this ag aggregation aggrcgaCon aggrogatoa ¬
gregation could boat the Chicago Cubs CubsIn CubsIn Cubsin
In any series any an old time they the wanted wantedto wantedto
to play playManager pIa pIaManager playManager
Manager Jimmy McAleor McBridef McBridefWalter MCBrjd McDrldeWalter
Walter Johnson and others Immediately Immediatelychimed ImmedlateJychimed immediatelychimed 1
chimed In InwIth twith > vlth You bet we cn bent bentthem botthem I Ithem
them and anda3ao a1ao lio any an bull club doing busi business busln businesa ¬
ness n slil tod todDtfore today todayBcfora y yBefore
Before the game started yesterday osterdlL at afternoon atternoon atternoon ¬
ternoon while th the Athletics Athl tlcs were w re warm warmIng warmIng warming
Ing up they displayed all kinds Idn s of o poppor popporand popporand popperand
and looked look d like a sure enough champion championship chnmplonship championhip ¬
ship hip outfit Ty Cobb was catching Waltar Walt r
Johnson near the grand atanu thud and the thewriter theTiter thewriter
writer asked him what h he thought of the ttoAllStar t tAUStar theAllStar
AllStar teams ehnnaee of winning Cobb Cobbreplied Cobbrep1lod Cobbreplied
replied with withn a smile You see how good goodthe goodthe 0Gd 0Gdthe
the Athletics look dont you Well when whenwe whenwe whenwe
we get out there we will look Just about
50 per cent better they havent a n chance chanceIn chanceIn chancein
In the world of botln boating ua uaCobbs ust ustCobbs usCobbs
Cobbs words were absolutely absolutel true as asthe osthe asthe
the result suIt shows showsDoc showsDoc showsDoc
Doc White h had < some Intoroetlng com comment comment cornmeat
ment on yesterdays Y85t rdayS game He sW ald The TheAthletics TheAthletles TheAthletics
Athletics showed more ginger and played playedbetter playtdbetter playedbetter
better ball againat us today than in any anyprevious an anprelous anyprevious
previous buttle and I attribute this to toPaddy toPaddy toPaddy
Paddy Livingston who looks to me like likethe likethe liketh0
the best Ht backstop on Connie Macks pay payroll Pft PftroU payroll
roll
Clyde Milan Ulan did not appear to b be out outof outof outof
of place in left field with such famous famousplayers famo famoplayers famoucplayers
players as Speaker and Ty Cobb If any anything MYthing allything ¬
thing he showed up Just exactly as well wellas wenas wellas
as this thl precious pr lous pair all of which bears bearsout bearsout beersout
out the th many good thing the th writer ls lssaid 11ssaltl hssaid
said of him this t l season viz that next nextto noxtto nextto
to Cobb and Speaker Milan tllan Is i the best bestoutfielder bestoutfielder bestoutfielder
outfielder in the American League LeagueIn LongueIn LeagueIn
In chatting with wlt a friend after the thegame thegame thegame
game Manager anager McAloer McAl er vouchsafed the thofollowing theolJowlng thefollowing
following followingI
HI I would give sty everything evor Udng I possess po sosIJ to tostart tostart tostart
start the season for Washington Vahlnton with 1th 1 nteam ateam 1team
team as strong as 5 the th present combine combination combinetion ¬
tion under un ertnY my wing 1ft but I suppose suppo e it itwould Iti itcouJd
i would ould be Just my luek It such a condi condition eondl1Ion eondition ¬
tion of affairs tafr existed CiXistedt to drop dead about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the Fourth of July and not be able to tosee tosee tosee
see my club win the championship championshipThe
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The attendance at American League LeaguePark LitaguePark LeaguePark
Park yesterday was between 7030 7C O and and8ci
8090 8ci paid admissions or more people peoplethan poopMthan peoplethan
than witnessed all Ii three previous games gamesin gamtaIn gamsein
in the Quaker City Guess the Capital Capitalis
is I a s poor baSeball town townTho townThe townThe
The following dispatch was wa received receivedfrom rooelvedtrom reeoivedfrom
from Chicago last night 1 1The 1The 4 4The
The Cubs will go forth to war at 736 736tomorrow ia iatomorrow 730tomorroW
tomorrow night Th ThiVr r train will be b a aHILLTOPPERS at aHILL aII1LLTOPERS
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HILLTOPPERS HILL TOPPERS PLAY PLAYBIG PLAYBIG PLAYBIG
BIG GAME TODAYeorgeto1Yn TODAYeorgetown TODAY TODAYGeorgetown
Georgetown Meets Washing Washington Washingtoii Yashingtall ¬
ton and Lee Team TeamTODAYS lean1TODAYS TeamTODAYS
TODAYS LINEUP LINEUPGEORGETOWN LINEUPGEORGETOWX LINEUPGEORGEPOV
GEORGETOWN WASH WAS ASH AND LEE LEECarter LEECnrter LEEBryant
Carter CarterBryant L E EL llnrmnnUnnDt llnrmnn llnrmnnMiller
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IlnJgertyn IU 13 13Q Burke BurkeOQuInn DurkoSltterdlng
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The first big intercollegiate game of tho tholocal thoJocol thelocal
local season will be played pla ed this afternoon afternoonon
on Georgotown Field when hen tho Bluo and andGray andGray andGray
Gray will line up against tho eleven of ofWashington at atWashington ofWashington
Washington and Lee LeeThese LeeTheso LeeTheso
Theso two teams have not come to together together ¬
gether for two years ears when the Virginians Virginiansnoaed Ylrglnlansnosed Virginiansnosed
nosed out the Blue and Gray Gm aggregation aggregationby
by the score of 12 1 to 1L Hence todays todaysbattle todllsbattle todaysbattle
battle will mean much to the Hllltoppera Hllltopperafor
for they the Intend to wlpo out the defeat defeatof deteator defeatof
of several seasons ago and likewise to tomaintain tomaintain i
maintain tho clean record which they theyhave theyhave theyhave
have establfortied estnblljhed so far during durin this sea seasons seasons seasons ¬
sons schedule scheduie The The strength of the visit visiting villaIng visiting ¬
ing team Is not known but Judging from fromthe tromthe fromthe
the past the Lexington aggregation aggregationshould aggregatienshould i ishould
should have hrwen a team equal In all respects respectsto rooI > ects i ito
to that of Georgetown If this Is so and andtho andthe I Itbo
the aftorn attomm n Is clear local football en enthusiasts enthusiasts enthusiasts ¬
thusiasts should witness as good an ex exhibition exhibition exhibition ¬
hibition of football as could be played playedunder playedunder playedunder
under this years oars rules rulesThe rulesThE rulesThe
The Georgetown team went through throughtheir throuKh throuKhtheir throughtheir
their Inst practice yesterday afternoon afternoonproceedings afternoonproceedings afternoonproceedings
proceedings being secret as on the day dayprevious dayprevious daypreviouH
previous No > scrimmaging was attempt attempted ¬
ed as Coach Nielson was content to send sendthe sen senthe sendthe
the flrst team t am through a long signal drill drillspecial drillsppcial drillspecial
special attention being paid to several severaltrick sO6raltrJck severaltrick
trick playa and formations which will be besprung besprung besprung
sprung on the Southerners Sitterding Sltterdlngwill SitterdingJ1lgo Sitterdingwill
will J1lgo go in at quarter to start the game gamewhlla gamewhtla gamewhii
whlla whii Costello will bo held In reserve reserveThe reserveTh reserveThe
The Th lineup of tho Georgetown eleven elevenwill elovenw1U elevenwill
will be b the same as that which went up upagainst upogalnst upagainst
against A and M last Saturday Saturda and If Ifthe Ittho ifthe
the turf Is In good condition the fast fastback fastbnrk fastback
back field of tho Hllltoppers Hili HilitoppersDunn HilitoppersDunnWalsh toppersDunn toppersDunnWalsh Dunn DunnWalsh
Walsh and Furey Furorshould should bo able to tomake tomake tomake
make the visitors hustle hustleThe hustleThe hustleThe
The contest c ntest will start at 4 oclock oclockGharp oclocksharp oclocksharp
sharp and Manager Jollat expects a alarge aIlargo aI
Ilargo I large crowd
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special and will leave the union station stationas
as the second section of the Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylvunla Peonsylvania ¬
vania limited JlQ1lt d On this special will bo tho thomembers thomembera themembers
members of the Chicago team all of ofthem orthom ofthorn
them tho wives of most of them who whohave whohave whohave
have wives and the scribes who are arelucky arelucky arelucky
lucky or unlucky enough to land the as assignment asIgnment assignment ¬
signment signmentGossip signmentGossip IgnmentGossip
Gossip to the contrary notwithstand notwithstanding notwltbstandIngOernJl notwithstanding ¬
ing IngOernJl Overail is the boy bo now depended on onto onlto onto
to start the game on Monday at Phila Philadelphia Phllndolphin Philadolphin ¬
dolphin Furthermore he is deponded on onto onto onto
to finIsh However IIo cvor he may have looked lookedto
to tho bug bugs In his workout against St StLouis stLouis StLouis
Louis he looked good to Manager ManagerChance MnagerChance 1ftnagerChance
Chance the other Cubs an ancy < L himself himselfHe hlmsoJlIe himselflie
lIe was sent in to find out how his ls arm armfelt armt8lt armfelt
felt It felt good Thats all ho wanted wantedto wantedi wantedtO
i to o know Ho didnt put on the ball all allthe iii iiiII altlte
II the stuff ha could have He didnt try tT to toHo tolIo toHo
Ho wanted wante < l to see It his arm would stand standthe standtho standtho
tho strain of pitching His trial con convinced oonIneed convinced ¬
vinced Ineed him that It would and left him himwith himwith himwith
with a feeling of confidence oont1den e The P L Lwas Lwas Lwas
was satisfied with what he did There Therefore Therefore Therefore ¬
fore It is almost a cinch bet that he will willbe wJl1bo willbe
be tho first Cub pitcher to face the Phil Philadolphlans Phlladolphlans Philadolphlns
adolphlans adolphlansManager adolphlansManager adolphlnsManager
Manager Chance intends to hold back backhia backhis backhis
his ace of trumps Mordecal Brown until untilIt untilIt untilit
It Is time to play on the second lead If IfOverall ItOvprall IfOverall
Overall goes through the first game and and3wlns andwins andwins
3wlns wins It easily USn tor loses 10 OB It by b a a narrow narrowmargin narro narromcrgln narrowmargin
margin Brownie will start the second secondbattle sooonl1battlo secondbattle
battle If One doesnt last in the first firstand firstand firstand
and there IB a chance to win it after he hegoea hegoe hegoes
goes goe out Brown will finish that one and andjthon andthen andthea
jthon then tho programme will 111 have ha 0 to be bechanged boebnnsod bechanged
changed
TWO ATJTOSOE AUTOS OR NONE NONEIlnu NONEI1nn NONEBan
Ban Juhniooii Talks TnJl 8 or Recent Untl lint
hug Scandal ScandalChicago SenlullCblcaro ScnzidalChicago
Chicago Oct t 14 HTwo Two automobiles or ornone ornone ornone
none represent tfie be two horns of the thedilemma thedilemma thedilemma
dilemma in which whl h President Johnson J of oftho ottho ofthe
tho American League has been placed by bythe bytbe bythe
the champion champion batsman scandal That Thatwas Thatwas Thatwas
was the idea gained galn from the few opin opinions opinIons opiniolu ¬
ions lie was willing lIIing to express expro In advance advanceof dBnceor
of making up hi h his mind what action he hawould hewould hewould
would recommence to tho National Com Commission CommImon Cornminion ¬
mission missionWhat mImonWhat minionWhet
What that recommendation will be he heexpect heexpecta heexpects
expect to decide tomorrow after a con conference oont eonference ¬
t ference rence with Manager OConnor of the theBrowns theDrona theBrowns
Browns who left St Louts Loui tonight to tobring tobring tobring
bring Ills report to headquarters in par porson parson person
son Third baseman Corriden came to toChicago toCbtcago toChicago
Chicago today to < < thereby escaping suspen suspension 8Ul5pensiGn suspenslozi ¬
siGn and went over all the details of the theSunday theSund theSuede
Sunday Suede doubleheader which caused the thetalk thetalk thetalk
talk At the conclusion of tho players playerscrossexamination plaor plaorcroasexamlnatJOD playerscroaaexamlntlon
crossexamination President Johnson Johnsonsaid Johnsonsaid Jhusonsaid
said he was convinced the young mans manshands manshandtl manshands
hands wore clean in the matter There Thereis
is still a chance that he may m ma discover discoverevidence discoverOyJdtnco discoverovkienee
evidence of collusion In tomorrows talk talkwith talkwIth talkwith
with OConnor OConnorSTEWAET OConnorSTEWART OConnorSTEWART
STEWART OUTPOINTS BURNS BTJRNSCalifornia BURNSCn1ltornlnn BURNSCalifornian
California ii Put Put5 Up flood Fight In InFirit 10Jlrllt inFirst
First Eight Rounds RonndnNew RoondaNew RoundsNew
New York Oct 14 HJim Jlm Stewart the thelocal thelocal he helocal
local heavyweight outpointed Jack Burn Burnthe DurfUIIthe Durnaithe
the Californian heavyweight In a a ten tenround tonround tenround
round bout at the National Sporting Club Clubtonight Caub Caubtonight Clubtonight
tonight Burns put up a remarkably remarkablygood remarkablygood remarkablygood
good light for the first eight rounds but but1ft butin outin
in the ninth round the local 10 < 1 man went at athis ath athis
his h opponent and nearly had him out at atthe atthe atthe
the end of the round He put Burns Burnsdown Burnsdown Burnsdown
down and the boll saved sa ed him from a aknockout aka aknockout
knockout ka ckout from a straight right to the thejaw tbejav thejaw
jaw jav In the second round Burns mixed it itup Itup itup
up fiercely fiercel and out Stewarts left eye eyeopen e eyeOpen e eepeD
open which made th the claret How frcojy frcojyBTJUNS tr frsiyBURNS y yBURNS
BURNS TO FIGHT LANGFORD LANGFORDTvro
Two Mny Ma In Meet Iect In April at Ilngli Mc McIntntilifl McIntoshs Ic IcIn
Intntilifl In toHl1I Cllnli CllnliPortland CUollPortland CilulPortland
Portland Ore Oct 14 HTommy Tommy Burns Burnsand Burnsand Burnsand
and Sam Langford will II fight ght before Hugh HughMclntOBhs HUlAtcInto8hl HughMcIntoshs
MclntOBhs London Fighting Club in inMarch 1ftIareh InMarch
March Iareh or April JrU according to a statement statementmade statementmade statementmade
made by burns on receipt of a cablegram cablegramfrom cablegramtrom cablegramfrom
from McIntosh In London accepting acceptingterms a acceptingterms pUng pUngterms
terms Burns had given to McIntosh in inVancouver InVancouver inVancouver
Vancouver B C some weeks ago Burns Burnsreplied BurnsrepU Burnsreplied
replied repU closing hit contract and says saysMclntoah 5a saysMcIntosh s sMelntoeh
McIntosh already has Langfords name nameto namcto nameto
to their fight contract contractMARLBORO contraetMARLBORO contractMARLBORO
MARLBORO RESULTS RESULTSFIHST RESULTSFIRST RESULTSFIRST
FIRST RACBSte RC Sk and 5j OBfrtalf U fodonps fedoa adottj ildtlse tke
113 Q Qalala tate 3 to 1 wm Foot Fid EO fl Fate Fatai 11
4 to t i Mated He Rd Court L LaIty La dy y K 1m 1O Minder 6 to 1 1tkM IUdnL 1tbsd
tkM TIae 1 la 34 Muzuet Tom Ct and aadEdwin andEdwin
Edwin II IL she feo r rn rnSBCO ranSECOND n nSECOND
SECOND SBCO D HACKFtw farJoBSS 11IrkJ s Straw Sm IB IBHata l1aIFabI RIFate
IFabI Fate 1 te J wan Chen Cherokee IU It Itoae ce 1U GtaaentJ a
5 to L 1 wjoad aend nd Xot Nora Emma Eau u HH Well Bell T t te 1 thIrd tfcirdTime tJtfrdT1mP thIrdTime
Time 1tT 124 24 6 Hawklike Firewood aDd ractMora ractMoraal llrt Firthurea1o IIme IImeaIM
al aIM o ran ranTHIItD ranTUUm ranTImID
TImID IlACESix and onehalf farlonss Black Blackbranch Dlackbrndk Blackbranch
branch KM < W Wwi Mp i to 1 won Beth Goodwin
100 ISttmr StaiosoBs o s i to 1 woood N Dd Nwskaleeta 113 113Bell mtU 113Bell
Bell tU rain third Time 136 Crefden George GtoryaFeM Gpo GpoFeld GeorgeFold
FeM and CbaravarJ Chrava also ran rsaFOURTH ranF0ItTU
FOURTH RACEOB ro mile e andfetrenty aDd I eTent1 yards yardsDuke yudJDuke yardsDuke
Duke of 0 Bridswater Bridewat r KD Weispeo W lsven 5 to 2 wont wontDraooJa WOIlfDraoola WOtliDruxila
DraooJa MO BallK DeU 4 to 1 seoocd Wamai 102 102Qulnlaa lWQuinlan 162QuIn1au
Qulnlaa i to 1 third Time Tizr1 1S1 24 Eediau EediauNlUJck E EacbauNiblkk chau chauIblkk
NlUJck Iblkk and 00 Alronel ako aJ dee o ran ranFIFTH raDnTII ranFIFTH
FIFTH nTII KACBFire furlongs SohnickeUutr Sclu ck 1utz 107 107Quintan laTQl 107Qulnlan
Quintan Ql nlan 15 to 1 won Hate 107 1T dement 4 4to tto 4to
to 1 second eoBd Muiur Mri er 110 Fain 3 to 5 third thirdTime thirdTime thirdTluie
Time I 1t Jand Thorpe Corking and Gunshot Gunshotalaa OUQ6hotalso Ounthotshe
also ran raniSIXTH raniSIXTlI ranlXT1I
iSIXTH lXT1I RAOBFlre and onehalf farlon farlOIli 8 John JohnArMewns ohn ohnA
ArMewns 1 A tcems LfflM 111 Clement 9 to 1 Won 01 Royal Onyx
111 Liebert 2 to 1 1 L second eroodi Dress Parade 2d 111 111Gam 111Oana 111Cam
Cam 9 to S third Time 103 15 Haymarket Haymarketand HatnArketand Hapnarketand
and Mon Ami also ran ranLOUISVILLE ranLOUISVILLE ranLOUISVILLE
LOUISVILLE RESULTS BESULTSFIRST RESULTSFIRST RESULTSFIRST
FIRST RACESix fnrioogs turloo Dollla B 112 DaT Daynportl DaTcnport Datcaport
cnport 10 to 1 woo 011 Roropir 112 Knapp 4 to t > 1 Ileceed 1aece 1second
second aece d Rampant 11 Loftw 6 to L 1 third Time Time1U Thnsli4 nmelU
1U Big llI Osage Colston Col lft Molly foUr Meg feg Powen Pit PitBPat P1taPat PitePat
BPat CcJ Haldeman nAWe 1An Mesmeric Common Sea SeaRamann Seanallluan Scare Scareflamaaan
Ramann and Husky Lad also ran ranSECOND ranSECO ranSECOND
SECOND SECO D RACE RCE01Io One mile Galley O l l Slave 107 107How 171Howard 107flower
How Howard nl iz 1 to 5 von Top Land 107 Koerner 1 1to 1to 1to
to 2 tecaoA f M Macron Am 107 Herbert 7 to 2 third thirdTime thirdTillH thIrdTiwe
Time 140 35 Ransack Daren Nicholson NtchO Ol1 Omicron OinicronRtiBtem Omicronnuit Omicron Omicronflustein
RtiBtem nuit m Diction Dlc on Hatckio atchl Coon GalUota Miss 11 > > Mv MvpJeton Mnpletoi 1
pJeton Rico and Rowland Otis at also ran ranTHIRD nnTHIRD ranThIRD
THIRD RACEFiTO and onehalf onebtIf furlongs furJcB Spohn pohn pohnlOi1
103 Domis 8 to 1 woo Abrasion 100 l4X Grand Grandj
7 to 2 second The Fad fad 1ST Ii Keogh 12 to 5 third thirdTime thinTime thirdTime
Time 13 W 3 Diqu Dttqunno in < t Star Venus Selkirk In Intrinsic Intrincic
trinsic Mttde Bocaad Rice Grain and Wcatbury Wcatburyal Veetburyshe
alSo she al > ran ranFOURTH ranFOtILTII
FOURTH RACE RACEOne One and onesixteenth miles milesGliioott mnesGlliOC miletGlucose
Glucose GlliOC H8 Thomas 2 to 1 won an Jaojuetlna 102 102Kolan 105Nolan
Nolan olan 7 to 1 second Glorio 115 Rice 9 to 10 10third 10third
third Time 116 15 Royal Report MilItia 1111to B BLeimence DLcamC11C BLcamence
Leimence and Dr Holzberg aim III ran mruFIFTH lIU4FIFTII ranFIFTh
FIFTH IIAOE ROESix Six furlongs Round the World Worl World3 1
118 Koerner 7 to 10 won Any t1f Port 93 Moore Mooreeven Mooreeren
even second Princess Gallawajr Oall Ta 113 Thomas out outthird ou outthird
third d Time 114 Kentucky Kentuck ROM ROf and Ifd Dusty also alsoran 1110SIXTH alsoran
ran ranSIXTH SIXTH RACE IUCEOM Ono and onesixteenth ondxt nth milES mllMOtllo milESOt1la milesOhio
Ohio 109 Grand 10 to 1 woo 00 Queen Marguerite
197 Herbert 9 to 5 second Console 97 Koerner
11 to 2 third Time 147 IS I Ere Bright Do Dorante Dpnnte Dorante
rante Billy Blair Gliding Belle Dcscomnets D ets Nor NorbU Norbttt
bU and Markie M also Iso ran ranAlways ranAlways ranAlways
Always the Same SameTharps SameTharps
Tharps TharpsBerkeley TharpsBerkeley TharpsBerkeley
Berkeley Rye
112 111 XT 11 street N W Phone Mala 114L 114LKyeelzl 114LlI 114Leecia1
Kyeelzl lI > > eclal Privet 1vat Delivery Deliver
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f I Pennsylvania Avenue and Seventh Street StreetThe t ti I Ii
i i j a The I1 lie Important 1 1j Important Feature Featurei I IT f fS
i S Today TodayIs T oday ¬ i it iIs t
Is T is These I T Tis hese Mens Men s Suits Suitsat Suitst
f I t 0 at Special S peCla I Prices PricesToday P Pricesh flces flcesToday
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+ h Today ought to be the climax of this tremendously tremendouslytf + f ft
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t tf busy weekthe result i of r these 1 extraordinary i values i iI iMens in inf inMens
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f Mens Men ts Fine Suits The saving involved is so consider considerable considerable ¬
+ 1 able as to demand the attention attention of every man who has hasyet i ii
i 1 yet to supply the Fall Suit need eed The assortment in includes in ¬ i ieludes
1 E j ei I 2 n nE cludes the fashionable Gray and Brown shades shadesin in up uptodate uptodate upWi
Wi 1 t todate to date models AND WE GUARANTEE EVERY EVERYSUIT EVERYSUIT EVERYI
SUIT IN BOTH LOTS LOTSi LOTSFancy LOTSFancy LOTScrt4i
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Fancy Gray Gray and Brown Cheviot Cheviotand
crt4i i4 and Cassiraere Suits stylishly cut cutand cutand 10 1000 00 j 0 0and
and carefully made ad and durably lined t
15 1650 and 18 Values ValuesFancy Valuesi 1 alues i iFancy
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I Plain Fancy Black Cheviot Thibet and and Unfinished UnfinishedWorsted Unfinishedl Cassimerc CassimercI 13 1375 75 1
+ i l jLJ4v made Worsted in highclass Suits highgrade manner manneri weaves and andmade andmade >
i 5 20 2250 22 50 and 25 Values ValuesMens V Valuest alues aluest v
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t t to 4 Mens M en s 250 25 OSfH Soft 0 tats Hats 1 1 85 QC QCP Q
t P 20 dozen new arrivals will be added to the assortment assor ent entt JL 1 J 1jI J Jjfk ±
t I v I jfk > for today Included are those Gray ray and Brown mixed mixedSf mixedt mixedIt
t f Sf Hats of Alpine shape with stitched brim Thats the popular Hat this season seasons seasonBut seasonBut
s wryj u iu i r r T 1 i T l J Fedora TnA t ac acl in inril inthe
But there are the other Soft Felt a1sin Tel Telescope cope and shapes
ril l the Browns and Tans Tansassorted assorted dimensions and sizes sIzes sizesI t tEvery 1 1Every
I Every Plat GUARANTEED GUARANTEEDMens GUARANTEEDi
i 4 Mens 1 and 150 Shirts Shirtst ShirtsF f t i 69 Qp QpIn C t tIn
F In this lot are also Plain White Shirts Its a wide assortment of Fancy Pat Patternsin Patternsin JJ JJterns
terns ternsin in splendid new designs and colorings coloringsl coloringslight light ht dark and medium shades shadcsMad shadcsMadras Mad Madras lad t tras
+ ras and Percale Percaleplain plain and plaited bosoms bosomsattached attached cuffs cuffsand and dont forget that there are Vhite WhiteShirts Vhitet j jShirts
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of the telephone is an essen essential eentia ezsen2r ¬
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DONNELLY DEFEATS SWEENEY SWEENEYChampion SWEENEYChnmploD SWEENEYChampion
I Champion of the Sooth Skates Mile Milein 31Uein Milen
in n 2 Minute and 51i rJ Second SecondCarroll SecondC SecondsCarroll
I Carroll C rol1 V Donnelly Donnell the champion of ofthe otth ofthe
the th South easily defeated Lo Sweeney Sweeneyat
at a the Alexandria armory arm on rink last night nightIn nightIn nightin
In a a mile rollerskating race He will willdefend wtndetend willdefend
defend his title next Friday night against againstJunk againstJunk againstJunk
Junk Cumberland of Atlantic City CIt and andLyman andLrmon andLyman
I Lyman Moore champion of Maryland Marylandfor Marylandfor Marylandfor
for a go good ° < l big side bet betIrishAmerican beta betIrlllhA beta betIrishAmerican
a
IrishAmerican IrlllhA erlcnn A C Wins WinsNew WInsNew Ins InsNew
New Orleans Oct 14 14Runnl 14Runnink Running g fully fullyup fu1JYup fullyup
up to form and in some Instances spring springIng springIng springing
Ing surprises the IrishAmerican Athletic AthleticClubs AthleticClubs AthleticClubs
Clubs team this afternoon won the thejunior t11ejunior thejunior
junior championship of the national meet
I
scoring fiftyone points The Chicago ChicagoA i
A C whlqh whl finished second scored but butssventeen butventecn butovcnteon
ssventeen ssventeenHATCHETITES ovcnteonHATCHETITES ventecn ventecn1rATCHETlTES
HATCHETITES PLAY TODAY TODAYGeorcre TODAYGeorge TODAYGeorge
George Washington Meets Ieetl Vnnh Vnnhinfftoii YztsIiIzigton nRll nRllhutton
hutton College Eleven ElevenMike EleeuMike EleveiiMike
Mike Thompson and his Washington WashingtonCollege WashingtonColloge WashingtonCollege
College football team will line up against againstCoach agaInstCoaoh againstCoach
Coach Magofflns Hatchetltes on the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American League Park gridiron at 4 4oclock 4ocloclt 4oclock
oclock A battle royal ro al Is expected as asMikes asilkes asMikes
Mikes team was beaten by b Georgetown
27 to 0 But since then they have had hadhard hadhnrd hodhar4
hard practice and have been taught many manynew manynow manynew
new trioks which will be sprung today todayCoach toda todaCoach todayCoach
Coach Mngoffln had his charges workinghard workinghard working workinghard
hard tho past week and they are going
at a terrific pace TMtner who will willreplace wUlrepJace willreplace
replace Farmer at quarter Is the old oldPurdue oldPurdue oldPurdue
Purdue player and very ry fast Richard Richardson Richard80n Richardeon ¬
son may mn play full back later lat r In place ot otHooten orHooten ofHooten
Hooten Todays lineup llnoupGeorge lIn lineupGeorge up upGeorge
George Wash Pe PCI6iUr1M lUer Wash CMUca CMUcaWhite OUtillWhlte CelegeWhite
White 1U flMl endGarrett d Oarrett Crow CrewHart Crow11Irt CrowEickbff
Hart left tecfcte t KranU KranUSmith KraDuSmith
Smith left ward Jorwa JorwaEiokh JOIWEfakbcttf
Eiokh Efakbcttf T seater Mwtdlth MwtdlthHeraden MCrVdIh1emdennAt Ind1thHerndon
Herndon 1emdennAt riffct guard pan Boland BolandF
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DIener quarur qUarter back beckBrakam beckBrakamMIT Braham BrahamCrafts Dra am amHI
Crafts left half HI 6ft k Noaaan NoaaanJc NooninJohnsonright OOBan OOBanlohnsonribt
lohnsonribt Jc nson right half Lock G xry xryllooten
llooten Ijootetifull f II n h bft haetPerter P < < rter ter Capt CaptReferee CaptRcfcree1fr Captj CaptjRefereeMr
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New iI York Oct 14 HAmTed Arrired out Dwtschland DaatecllandCh at atChnboiu atChtbourg
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Sailed from foreign o IZU port ports Cincinnati CiDcinn i from Cher Cherboure Cherbotlfl Chftbourg
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