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THE WASHINGTON HERAU SATURDAY, JANUARY 11. 1913.
HELEN BARBEE WINS
Public Scorei Heavily When the
F&Yorite Comu Home
Inarnr Vnlrn. Jan. Id FSVOritfS and
second choices accounted for the -greater
part of the card thl afternoon and the
bookmakers quit big losers on the day.
The public scored heavily when Helen
Barbee, backed from S to 5 to even,
marts rvwi In thn handicap, the feature
of the afternoon. The winner was pounds
the best of the small field that opposed
her and won In a romp. Rio Braios got
the place with Jim Basey third. Melton
simtt wan luckv to win the sixth race
as Balcllffe, his strongest contender, was
pocketed by Puck In the final drive, and
was unable to net through. Shadrack
was the best of the maidens In the open
er and outgamed Dick Dodle, the fa
's orlte. In a sharp drle. Suspecting that
FufTrarfst. winner of the fifth race, had
been glen stimulants. Judge Price order
ed Dr. Cann, the tracK veterinary, iu
make a thorough examination of the
horse and report his findings to-morrow.
FIItST ItCE ThlT furlorr". Miadrsc. I to 1.
un. Dk Dodir. I to I. sKimd. Msnganese. 10 to 1.
thlnL Time. OJtS-5. Brrntr. Tid Dadwell. Ala
lra Bam. OM Ceh. Milton. Itobte. Jlmtous.
Contar. BroedictU. and Galar also ran.
Sl-COND lUCE-llt and on-half furlongs
lamrn?a. I to 1. won, Martin B . 4 to 1, second.
Miller. 8 to 1 third Time. 1-OM-S Joe ltaaher.
Erawt ir. (ircm doth, lnquirta, tonne Mos.
Quick, and spnshtlr Mln also ln.
THIRD HACK Six nnionc. Miss Jnn, S to 1,
iron, B&lronU, 3 to 1, second. Orbl Fmile. Z to 1,
third. Time. 11134 El I'ato, Ursula. Lmnu,
lrendrr lass. Band, ripe Viiion. Tallow Dip, Bob
Warier, Cantern, and Lenctr aJso ran,
FOURTH JIACE Berra furious. Ilelen Barbee.
13 to 20, won. Ibo Brazos. 8 to 1. second; Jim Bar,
K to 1. third Time, IS. Cracker Box, Joe Die
bold, and laes: Roo also ran.
KIPTH ItAOE fell furlonis. Bar"raprt. C to 1,
won: Daddy Gin. 5 to 2. second. Lorrdar 12 to 1.
third. Time 1111-1 Caletutunpian. Elizabeth liar
srood Ocean Queen, Feather Duster, and Sterlins
SIXTH B ICE-Unr and one liitcenth miles. Mrl
ton Street, 7 to 10, won Puck 5 to i second. Bal
cliff. S to i third. Tune. I CJ-i Slater Florence
and Hanler also ran
Cort. rrmUr Office
Lednum..... US 181 lO
Total SW 8J 891
ir.ir,. litfl 159 1T1
ItlAetta."'.'.'. IS 13 "J
n riATin.ti in ltl 117
Field 138 If?
H, Knuaa... IS 18J M
Totals 7JT SO W5
ARCADE DL'CSPIN LEAGUE.
Brandt. 91 91 103
Blaisdell.... llo SO 131
Oheen. K IIS 110
Klchardaon.. C 93 103
hirers HI 103 107
Totals..... m F 5
Downing. HI JO
03 88 111
Totals.. 1 63 W
NAVY DUCKPIN LEAGUE.
98 109 91
TC . ..
COACH FOR YALE'S NINE.
v r,.j..vOI 7
MeVey .. 1"
J. Biers 90 tt'M
Totals HI ,B
KING'S TITLE IN DANGER.
That la. If Georze Claims "Walts;
If George King still claims the warts
.t,awinlAnMn ft h TJlstriCt. hw had
better look to his title, for the South-?
eastern Dancing Club has challenged
George to a waltz with Its champion for i
a nice bet.
A representative of the Southeastern j
Club stated last night that the board or
directors of ths club would choose a man
from among them to meet King In a
prize waltz any time, and In any hall
with the exception of the Odd Fellows
Hall. Should George still maintain that
he Is the champion waltxer of the Dis
trict, here Is a chance for him to win a
little easy coin. The club will post a for
feit for any amount over S300, and only
asks that King cover the same.
COMPANY F WINS.
DISTMCT DCCKriN LEAGUE.
83 13 HI
510 547 497
t 89 13
Shade 87 93 ir
Kir 103 97 89
Your 98 89 103
Roberts 90 101 j
ToUls 179 179 487
TERMINAL T. M. C. A LEAGUE
Rtrurber 92 88 99
1'arker ... 94 80
Stank; 103 9S 100
Triplme 92 80 100
Mrohil . . 112 112 111
TotsU 493 456 6M
Btatlm Nft 1
Potion 112 ! 78
Chew 96 100 89
Walton 95 107 M
Thomrrxm.... 100 88
PlaU 91 85
Total 496 4?1 43
Jone ... 9j
ltrtshears .. 89
l'llchrr Tommers Will Try
a clop the Ilotlerw.
Xew Haven, Conn, Jan 10 Yale has
decided to emploj a coach for Its base
ball batterj- candidates this eason. and
Ucnnie Tommers. who was the Ell "tar
pitcher two jcars ago. has been secured
for the role Tommers ha been coach
ing: the New Haen high chool baseball)
and lootDaii players since nis gradua
tion He is a Nen Haen bo Since the de
parture from college of Gene Brown and
Lcftj" Flynn, who were looked upon as
Tale's maln!'ta3 in the box. the pitch
ing materiil is scarce, and the need
lor a special batter coach has been
Totals.. tS9 431 458 I Totals 52 49o 480
mthlands. I Atlers.
Perrv 89 13 99 I Acton 92 93
Mnllin 97 1 fllBurk,. 82 H
Gray . 93 97 105 1 Lanrford .. 101 94
Mrramer . C 91 6S 1 Robertson . 74 108
Rlstoo . 9 87 S3 j Murphr . . 97 110
Totals . . 471 489 460 1 ToUla .. . 446 1S9
Southlands won roll-off
115 115 9" I Krauss ..
101 172 87 coodman
81 111 93 Rider
"3 111 St I MIehaud
91 6, 108 I Ium
4:1 513 468 1 Totals
Defeats Company E In Bsuket-bo.il
Game by 28 to 11 Score.
The .Company F team, of the District
National Guard, defeated the Company E
team last night in a fast game-of basket
ball at the armor)' by the score of 28 to 11.
Keith and Rathbone. of the winners,
played good basket-ball, while B. Green
burg played well for the losers. Line-up
A. Greenborr R. V.
Bodtno. L. V.
R. Greenbura' C.
barer. B G Hohwedcr. It. O.
lleDrtw, u u. luxnas, i u.
Gols from fitld-Sdiwrder, Tbomn. Wheeler, He
brew. Rathbone a. Reall 17). Kleti ((). Frm touea
Beall, Kleth, B. Gnecbmr (T). Time of hslrrs 20
minutes. Referro Mr. UscDocnell.
Defeats Emerson Institute Five lsr
Ol to 17 Score.
The Cathedral School basket-ball team
defeated the five from the Emerson In
stitute yesterday afternoon In a one
sided game by a score of CI to IT.
White. Davidson, and Capt Schell were
the stars for Cathedral, while GlazbrooU
played well for the losers.
RACING CABD FOE TO-DAY.
at 109 10
98 100 85
IftS 1C1 86
132 131 98
540 M 4E1
LAJOIE FOR THE YANKEES?.
Effort. Arc Brie
tu Get bis
Cle eland. Ohio, Jan 10 The story from
New York that the C"ie eland baseball
club Is preparing to trade the famous
Fecond baseman, Napoleon Lajoie. and
Terr Turner, once star shorstop, for
Harry Lord and Rolla Zeider, or the
White Sox. ha caused much comment
here While the club officers deny the
Mor. it is said upon authorlt) that
some deal of this sort Is in the air.
President Fomers, of the club, has
often said that 1-ajoie would end his
ball plajing dais In Cleveland, but re
cently tho many rumors that the big
Frenchman might go elsewhere hac not
been strongly denied
The most Insistent rumor here for
week past has been that some sort ot
a deal might be pulled off that would
nd I-ajoie to New York to help Chance
strengthen the ankees
( nrnrll linn Trrrnt -eiuli t Grime..
Ithaca. N T . Jan 11 Cornell s base
ball schedule of tnent)-eight games was
announced yesterday. The schedule Is
the hardest Cornell has ever had feeen
games are to bo plaed in the South
during the Easter vacation These do
not Include games with professional
teams as formerly. The principal change
Is the addition of Michigan for a home
and-home arrangement and Holv Cross
and Tufts The season opens here on
April 1Z. with Niagara, and ends with
I'ennshania here on June II
Colmnhln Ulrcts Hockey Captain.
New York Jan 10 Francis N Bangs,
a senior in the Law School, was elected
captain of the Columbia hockey team
vesterday for the remainder of the sea
son. He takes the place of J S Bates,
who was declared Ineligible by tho uni
ersity committee on athletics last week
rimison- ... lit 101 106 1 John
111 112 1C
COMMEROIVL DUChri.N I.EVGUE
rhapin & Sacks.
79 110 108
10-, 6 102 i Mills 83 "8 99
102 90 89 I I- Ri ton . 92 103 99
102 108 115 I N slier 100 104 1M
Mj 473 506 I Totals
170 iS 519
INDIVIDU sL TOURNAMENT
St Sp. TI I St.
4 5 185 1 Brush 3
179 I MilOTich
133 1 Milonch .
128 I Jlilorlch...
Martin signs I.llr Contract.
riainfleld. N J, Jan 10 John C,
Martin, who played shortstop for the
New York Americans last season, and
Mis Mjra E. Hlnkle were married last
night at the parsonage of the First
Baptist Church b the Be. Dr. Phillip
B Strong They will reside In a home
recently built by the bridegroom. Mr
Matin's gift tojiis bride .os a.,dlamond
Wnrhop Mens: Tiuil.fr Contract.
Nea Tork. Jan 10. The first High
lander to mall a s gned contract to Presi
dent Karrel is Pitcher Jack Warhop. the
sturdy little right-hander. Warhop's con
tract arrived at the club's headquarters
tbnlmrrs to Slsrn Contract.
Pitcher Chalmers jesterday wrote to
Manager Dooin that he was satisfied
with the terms offered him by the Phil
lies, and that he will sign his contract.
Dooin expects to leave for the South
on Monday to make his selection of a
training place He will first try Southern
Pines. N C. where the Phillies went
last year and if that fails he will look
oicr several other spots.
CmpIre- Owrns In Boil Wnj.
fet. Louis, Mo, Jan. 10 Umpire
"Brick" Owens, of the National League,
is In a serious condition from Injuries
receed in an elevator fall in the Mar
quette Hotel New Year's Ee. He was
so serlousls injured that the serilccs
of trained nurses are neccssar
Mike Mollet- V
llAT.1 IlnllT . ..
l-Tnr--u Ir-rfnttrr .. 108 I
SLCOND lUCE SctUnf. four jear-olda and up.
Idr Ycunr 98 1 Whiddrn 103
I-ehich ... 103 i I-amt-rrtha.... . . . 'M
Jsck tills . . . 103 I 3lief Desmond . . Vu
Minnolrtte... 1W I res . . . - -
Kltoro 103 1 Jodie, Walter. ... m
Kljtn-: 103 lalcada 110
Bonnie Bard . ... 105
THIRD RACE-Three-jear-oMs and op; sU fur
lorurs. Tllford Thomas 96 I Dr Donrbfrtr .. .. 105
rrcijht. "6 I Irish GenUeman . Ill
ITl.srailtetve 1C2 I
lOURTH RACE-belllrc. tiree-iear-olds and up-
wsrd: firs and ooe-barr furioiurs.
Khsrper Knirht. r I Ramssr 108
Kins Stalwart 9" I Ketloo Ipa
Marurks. no I wyoj um
Airs -. 10 I Osklsnd
Rio Pecos 108 Garland
nifflm 108 1 Honcon. ...
FIFTH RACE elllrur. four re ar-olds and u-
wsrd. six furlODgs
Msndadero . - 1 I Irminsur
Golden Aram 103 I Maaalo ... .. ..
Anno Mctlee K3 Percy Henderson
ripe Vision . . .. 103 i Bob Xncb...
(Jimll 183 Roerr
Rosentha. . . 103 I
SIXTH RACE Tbiee-jear-cJda: on mile
Insursnce 109 I Gold of Ophtr....
Festher Dusler 1 Sxnh
Console 185 1
Apprentice allowsnee eJstmed.
Chlcacn G-ns Bars Johnson.
Chicago, Jan. 10 Jack Johnson, negro
prize fighter, who began training a few
das ago to "regain his standing In the
nuglistlc world." was Idle to-day. The
reason for the negro's absence from th
5mnasium became known when "Bill
O'Connell explained he had barred Jack
from his old training quarters. "If It I;
necessary to tell Johnson to stay away
I will do so," he said. His presence
was hurting my buslnesi.
Detroit Releases Outfielder rhnllpr
Detroit. Mich., Jsn. 10 President
Nat In. of the Detroit American League
club, has announced the release of Out
fielder Schaller. The joungster showed
up well in the few games lie participated
In for Detroit last fall, and was looked
upon as a likely occupant for a regular
nowlens Meet To-nlahl.
A meeting of the City Bowling Asso
ciation will be held this evening at the
Palace Alleys, at 8 o'clock, for the
purpose of starting the annual city
tournament Baltimore and Richmond
have been Invited to take part In the
tournament and will have representatives
present at this meeting. All bowlers are
Invited to attend.
Suits and Overcoats
At Quick-selling Prices
WHEX Clothes of the class we sell arc reduced in price, the opportunity is on a
par with that of buying gold dollars below their face value. Only twice a
j car at the end of each season arc these superior garments to be had at
$18.00 Suits and Overcoats $12 25
.20.00 Suits and Overcoats $14.25
$22.50 Suits and Overcoats $15.75
$25.00 Suits and Overcoats $17.75
$27.50 Suits and Overcoats $19.75
$30.00 Suits and Overcoats $21.75
$32.50 Suits and Overcoats $23.75
$35.00 Suits and Overcoats $24.75
$40.00 Suits and Overcoats $29.75
$45.00 Suits and Overcoats $32.75
Sharp Reductions Are Also in Force in
All Shirts reduced, including $1.25, $1.50,
and $2.00 Shirts, from our own stock
All Soft Hats, Stetsons excepted $1.85
All Gloves reduced, including $1.00 and
and makers' samples 85c $1-25 Washable Gloves, at 65c
New York Ave. and Fourteenth St.
We KlTe Herald $23,000 contest votes.
3iE MANAGEMENT OF THE
ANNOUNCES THE RETURN OF
AND HER OWN COMPANY
Monday Matinee, Jan. 1 3
At Every Matinee and Evening
DURING THE WEEK.
BE SURE AND SEE
THE RECOGNIZED WORLD'S
GREATEST DANCING MARVEL
No Advance or Change in Prices
ROBIN SENT TO PRISON.
U rocket Financier Urasrsi sen
tence of Year In renltenllnrj.
New York. Jan 10 Joseph G. Robin,
the younn skyrocket Itnancler, who has
heen in the Tombs for many months
awaiting sentence upon his plea of utility
to the charge of larceny of zi.xo rrom
tbn Washington SalnBs Bank, was to
d.iv sentenced to sere one year in the
penitentiary. The sentence was Imposed
by Justice Seabury In the criminal
branch of tho Supreme Court and camo
as a surprise. It had been the general
Impression that the court would permit
Itob'n to withdraw his plea of guilty
and stand trial under a new plea of not
guilty. He had been a valuable witness
for the State In the trial of Charles H.
Hde. and It was expected that he would
Justice Stabury directed that Robin be
allowed to remain In the Tombs for two
months before being taken to prison, in
order that he might clear up some mat
ters he had In hand, and attend to
some personal business.
After passing sentence on Robin. Jus
tice Seabury. orf motion of District At
torney Whitman, dismissed seven other
indictments returned against the young
financier In January. 1911, charging him
with the larceny of approximately C00,
00 from the Northern Bank and the
Washington Savings Bank.
Robin made a passionate plea to the
court to be lenient with him, detailing
the services which he had rendered the
State during- the prosecution of others
lmolved In the collapse of the Robin
New York. Jan lo.-Judge Hart, In the
United States District Court to-day. sen
tenced Cameron Spear. Archibald F. Col
lins, and Charles L. Vaughn, the three
men convicted of using the malls to de
fraud In promoting the stock of the
Collins Wireless Telegraph Company and
the Continental Wireless Telephone and
Telegraph to terms from two to five
years In the Federal prison at Atlanta.
Spear, who founded the Continental
Company, got five years and a fine of
J2.000; Collins, the founder of the Collins
Company, recehed a three-year sentence
and a J200 fine, while Vaughn, vice pres
ident and treasurer ot the Continental
Company, got two years.
Trainer Dies Suddenly.
Richard Crawford, twenty-eight jears
old, of Toronto, Canada, who has been
engaged for some time as a trainer at
the Bennlng race track, was taken 111
there yesterday afternoon and died be
fore ho reached Sibley Hospital. Enlarge
ment of the heart was pronounced the
cause of death. Interment will be In
BrOTS-n to Meet Rivers.
Los Angeles. Jan. 10. "Knockout"
Brown, of New York, and Joe Rivers,
of .this cltr.. were matched to-day ,to
fight twenty rounds at the Vernon arena
Militia After Moonshiners.
Raleigh. N. C. Jan. 10 Gov. Kitchln
to-day ordered out the militia to aid In
the capture of moonshiners who are
entrenched In the Blue Ridge Mountains
and are deflng revenue officers.
Largest Morning Circulation.
IVoundril Man Shovrsj Hardihood.
Richmond, Va., Jan. 10 With a bullet
hole In his right lung and a bullet In his
collar bone. R. C. Sorrell, twenty-three
years old, walked unassisted to the sta
tion and rode, sitting upright, from
Mlnearl to Richmond, a dttance of near
ly 100 miles to-day. He walked to a taxi
and was driven to St. Luke's Hospital.
The hospital physicians say he will live.
Sorrell was shot t1ce by Luclas Wai
dorp after a quarrel over a woman. He
was accompanied to Richmond b Dr
1!. F. Judd. but scorned any assistance
Twenty-seven States enforce
regulations in factories.
Men! Dollars Are Easily
Saved in This
DECISIVE, uncompromising reductions prevail on an tne lines in our siorc. rvnowing mc
high quality of our haberdashery, Washington men will need no urging to buy these goods
at cut prices.
Supply yourself now with these smart furnishings hats, caps, canes, and leather goods.
Nothing reserved it is an absolute clean-up all over the house.
NOTE THE FEW PRICES QUOTED BELOW
All the new "solid" Silk Neckwear, in all
shades stripes and plain. 50c values OC
Elegant line of fancy Shirts manufactur
ers samples $1.50 up to $2.50. This Qf
They are here in soisette and madras sev
eral shades to choose from. The.
regular $2.00 and $2.50 quality. O-f IT
This sale ipl.lO
Our very finest knitted and regular silk
Neckwear, sold regularly at from &1 fC9
$2.00 to $3:00. Now iPXoUO
Imported Soft Hats. They are always in
style very fashionable and serv
iceable. Regular $3.00 values. At Ct JCr
this sale 1.U3
Our regular line of fancy Shirts all the
newest styles and best makes.
Sold regularly at $1.50 and $2.00. f 1 "i C
This sale price ipXLO
THE MEN'S STORE
CLARENCE H. REIZENSTEIN
New York Avenue and Fourteenth Street
1 We Olsa Votes la The Hrndd's S5.000 Contest.
on the afternoon of February .
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