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THE WASHINGTON HERAU3, FRIDAY, AUGUST 27, 1915.
T?"' FFATIIRF FVFNT I .LillUllL. L.1 hi s ( TO LADY ROTHA Judges Award Decision Aga ?ainst Yankee Notions in Close Race. CONNING TOWER SCORES; By KU. CLRLBl. Saratoga. X V. Aug. ;c -When Lady Rntha's number was hoisted as tha winner of the Amsterdam Stakes , this afternoon the majority of the crowd declared that the eyesight nf the two judges was getting crj. eryj dim. The majority of the spectators were i eertain that Yankee NItions stayed in front long enough to win by anything f from a nod to .1 neck. Conning Tomit convinced all hand" that he is a high-class sprinter. He won the first event, making ecry post a winning one Conning Tower was asked to gie way lots of weight to all his rivals and he did it comfort ably Old Salt captured the steeple chase event after Rock Fish ran wide and cut ever turn of the held and got only the middle end nf the puree i because the other limbers tumbled itw-iiie got third morcy simply be cause his rider remounted after being tossed off and got home within the time, limit of lie minutes after Old alt had crossed the line The present meeting has been so; successful that the olluials announced they would incnabc the United States . nd Grand I'tuon Hn'el stake-! fr m ( ?7..000 to $7,300 and the Spintway from. : 500 to $3,500. The Hopeful stakes will be increased to 510 000 and it is, tne intention of the directors to make j his classic- as valuable as the futurity , Sumn-irv. Flltsr U t K Tnife-iear-e-ltln and uriwir.1. I. gh j ellil hm'iar " fnrlm-s (.nnirc Time- Z l.arn. r " to ." 6 In 5 lli "Mi llnmiin. l'l Hint il ' u 5, I to 1 -.-cnn-l. Ix-o --kulm lm M,.! l 3. thirl. Time, llllj IjI Itjr- , lrj stijcn .nrtent. and AMcnaran al-n nn lEinMl lMCE-sttllia-': I -irli!i and iil-n! ili it tnolui!--. H.l slt. 13 iTiuken. 3 In 2 I to ; lit won l:k KiJi 110 llljnei 2 ii 1 4 ti. a. -on.l "as Wine. IV. iTumli-'i . I to 5 Uunl. Time, i "1. S-iisli ami Indian Art. w abo ran Tlllltll RrK-rilIlM awl ixHinfrs Imrli; tile am1 4- lul' furlmv" llKMin star. 11? illui 1 ,n- S t 5 to i out. won I'aioiir 11.1 (Ale- 1,1, i,,; . ,t. -H-oi.-i i!oi. i:meM. Hi iiji i. 7 tn V fiir.l Tinir, U'i-a. 11 Ililo. llonnie arnf an.i ftt rhi ran. Kill KTI1 1. l I. Tin- rr-.Nilam St 2 addI enroltls .in J i 1-w.ir.l one mile I.ad, IMlia 101 lianwr 3 .a 1 7 tn 5 nut. won- Yankee Votinrts, Irti iltvrnel Z tn 5 on- s i-nr.1 l'orai-tte lllne. 101 Me.itev u t. -liinl. Time. 1 C Harrs Shaw ali .an KIKTH HACK Tw -mr old fiie an-! ore half f mas. lllfh llcne VI 'J. MiT-if-ntl 10 tn 1. I to 1 2 to :. u.n. Trait-. 101 lclee' i tn 1 eien scon I. Sernt 7. (Collins! 7 to 5. tlinti. lime H3ij Pinnies lroi errant. Harry ardner. al amti, ard Kdna Kpnna also ran. sIXTll TIM V Mud.--, all a,:.-s. peren furlnnp Km Knnslt l-'J IT Jli-Ta.k-am 16 tn 1. cten. 1 r . ;. .i ItaJlnae. I"? U. McCabel. 5 tn I. 6 m 5. f,.-.-nd lu Itlue 107 U MrTa-cart' 2 to 5. third Tim- 1-1 i5. s, nat r a.-- Inme Miner. I1 -f the K.' 'ill, jvd t luul. r alio ran SARATOGA ENTRIES. HUM- UACl-Kne ard rrr 'ialf eai tld alul ui Bard Il k-la. 1 I'D 'Ileierlj Jarr.e. W) Malahar l' l.hamin;. Cr- nsnn 111 fu'Rinp- i- llumrtsi.. 1H5 Har-v. dii-a Ci an Vepa. l'" SHrcie K , ICj. sanl. t(t 'Itev Ckunod 103 Jes--. jr . 105 ECOM) IL'.CE Five, and one half furling. earil-t. Ihd-len tir. 10. St-rllin. 111. Tern It ck 1' ' So, in. S3. Itnrhester. II r.lnrne. i-i "in an. 11m. F-ottish Knu!-. 0 1e 1 1-i'"' Tlllltll KJCK-Mir ami j.lninf . ' -r n,d- a a illw.Pl. our mile. ..au-ia i u -i t.i. j-iiiim Oil... ..I 109 AinHe.. l":: -aia Mron. in . , ir i a.-..iv s -n-ike .f Iiunhir sa. Ea.nr Mar. 01 lih.re IK. Naiser. 10-.': Little Nir-i. I I". Hi II ICC- ' Fill RTII llch ilde "-ear. H aid vp' r-i ( .ullux. lei Clnimpj. lrl Suiun-iTiient. i lontresrr lf sin, McMr kin 1" l-isl r -a .1 K. (hirt- Maid t,: lteili.mii !" FI1TH nCV-MiIe iear nld, and i rnanl. trli Mnrri 10" "ri.tun-l. lfrt Ilu'wnrth. I. . M Mlllr- I- ''.old T-t Iti I "i.5nt r-art. 105 Rut-mitt K" Tli i -lit l:idr l. I Mrxra I',. 1 -Mi IV I K Jes. jr. J.I11I.. Ili.rjii 06 '-INTII It l F. l-.i.len- u furl rs- Philh.n. I0T ftifle vl trr U0 -nture, li ; 'Mmr. llei raan. Kt. In i ! mt. II" IMI -f the Kit. hen. 'fC Tallar. !'i Uall-m. 11 N ill. 1" , ancle Ilurle-ii. .ffi. A.fnli-e ill-rarie r'urael OTTAWA RESULTS. Fllt-r U& Twvinrnld- "anadivi 1 -ed "re and nro llilf t-irlnn;,. Late II. ur- Wl itkll mutt . len -' t - o t una Kath'en II. 1' "i i , 'r i i j. .-nt -i-i-ond IUn -linrt. ' H laien, 4 tn s tlnr.l Tune I .IT j WiUiam II -f '' ce nd lM IVji als. ia sKillNIi 1: M 1,-Twst iar-oM fix furlor-rai. Ke .1 4 il tiiHin 5 I" -. 1 m r' - I' e inn: I-a s .i,. ! ii'laier'. 3 to " nut seiimd Lmn. " M Urn. '' I I- 5 tlur 1 Tune 1 ! - i. V .. i i i i i tc'iuA afcsi ran. Tllll'li :: 1 Ihri. iear-ild- i.d upiard -'n 1 ' i I Inn ii-iles TraiWsem XI III. r I I 3 tn 1. urn sl-axti. 113 tUi! an - t t second Ni-s ilaien. 132 'i raw til lln d Timr. 1JC Joe i.aitti and i ii. rin FOI 111 II KM K- Ml ace it furlonsv ir H par liC -I allahai 3 in I 6 tn 5 T T.. s niej I'ai aretla 129 Il.mier Ito i .j .t s.s -nd Hack Ha iliiA.tml .'it Ihi-d Tin .112.1. The Wl.low 'n sn.t rial' i.ht-s I-o ran. FIIT11 II E Thret iear .ilds v ljd- l.-rd M i. Ixrra 1 tn 1 " 1 n Kail.nne . . iOn (s twmrii ra-ii. s .. 5 e. nnd ImV (Il-ijkWm) -o Time 1 1 'a i .nme It. l ll IT r'!l simee !.' 1'an.i me Jir-i I , n-.. I furlcrz. .1. .t tn 5 1 .' t' rd I inr ?t. -r-ti al ai-o r -sISTII It Xll -Tint, war ids. and upm ' r I me halt 'ml ri.- sir Ita-uimd 115 lUnrr, inn i 15 I 1 r tn to . n n !n-e- ra Zara- . ts F, e T.n.1 Jrwtl of Asia. hu I Time i if I , Mai r lae-- and I jmb Isil ! it ..-it! s in j 0 H lltil.in 5 to ' sa. k ltifc'i l V 1 a'si ran SKi KVTII 11 I T!ir. ; ul -ir-v-ard-1 ne ard ni llt..n' M. Ilermot1 .1m! er !02 ilrall t mi Louis? rranre. lie -. 1 i-rrn. sen. Mi- Hi to i. K-rund Zoduc. Wt l tr.i --i 1 to -. tri-d Tor 'cma Air-is iJ-ttTil. I- i 1 . KiiUjIi! lieadu- l ami L n-.- a'-si ran kinm iM Pit OTTAWA ENTRIES. KIltST IIA( h-fb mile. .iiudtar Yrr4 .-re o!d tnd urwi rTi Voltnt "FNintan La : )ii.rirf II S IuJ- (( Tlif-vtr. Krd 1' Mm tn 9i MaHfll 11 txrr.cr. Wl . On DramttU I'' Jnivn!' V nKi NU IIVl 1 lMt mid nr hi'f 'iirlr" 2 f rr M Fdlv Pfli.hu. 7. "3 V uzz 10':! J 7 .Viccin. It.'. Miofbin i(". M.niruld. "- Immune. 107 Crrer.wnod. 110 in. shhj . MrLelland 1M. Ita-ka. i'I. TIIIUII ItA K -le. rlechif,-. 4 vrar old. ami M' ard arw-it 2 miles Lillian Kripp. IT; Jo1 i.a.ei 13 The African 10. lYrtr. 110: Idie Muhael .15. vnoure. 113. KOrltTII UAt'LV Canadun f ' varK'.d ant -riaard one mile 'Last spark. 92. IViiier au.. S5 Manru .aet. 9s Ladi sptuiithnft. ' 1 rmasarl in. Iri-li Heart. KJ. Amphinn. IX. Prince Iturert liB nFTH I!ACE-I"iie and nne-half furlones. v 'earilda and upward "Ladj Hountiful. 1C4. Ilrandrine. 1C5 KcmMt. If. Water Lllr. lW. Cominfnui. 101; Bnxer. 111. Semiil!a. .12. Krithl. Direr, rt. I'riiet Petal. 117 SIXTH ItACFe-ime ard one suteenth: 3-Jea--eU. and mnrard Frula Jotinsin. 103 Sherlnr-.c Hnlmea 'M, Euterpe. H; Mlo.la. 1M, I"aiuK. 1I Spindle. 110. Male and Tan. Kl. eEVENTI! rtACE-MH. and cne-tiitcenlh: i-ieir-sJ and npiranl Subject. Hi 'The Romp. 106; The Caber, lti: Stellata. 10; Beatrpre. ltt Iluna. 10. 8nn;ulac. 110. Uncle ben. l'O. 'Apprentice allowance claimed Youth Killed by Thrown Ball. Whltesburg. Ky. Aug. M -Forester Adams. IS. wjs almost Instantly killed yesterday when he was struck by a ! inrown istr-tuuu. i ne laa was watching a iiiuo uvmccn pmymates. hu death ll old to be the first in Kentucky this yvr M a reult ot biseJiaU playiiR. photographs from an H Yooll mt IJOT -J HALF DISTRICT PRINTERS DEFEAT NEW YORK i ,T. . . p. T J T J" Washington, bt. Louis, and Indian- apolis Typos Work Way to Finals. LOCALS ON TOP, 6 TO 2 Sl-. id tn The Washington Herald. Philadelphia, F.i.. Aug. 20 Washing ton. St. Louis and Indianapolis worked their nay to the final round for the national printers' baseball championship tomorrow, with the odds favoring bt. i Louis to -nin. although Indianapolis is expected to make a strenuous bid for the honors. Indianapolis appears to have the best J all-aiound machine. The pitchers arc good, the teamwork and hitting ability ! of tile squad looks better than any of the other learns, but the Indianapolis delega tion in order to win will have to play two games tomorrow, while St. Louis -n ill take part in only one. this being brought about by reason of the Jlissou-rian-- drawing in the be. The irames vesteidav were hard fought Indianapolis and St. Louis having the hard-st time to v.in fiom fat. l'aul ana C uinn.it). rcpectielv. Scores. 7 to 2 - , . , . nnd 1" to .. while ashmBton downed N'-w York. ' to 2. Score. M- "ItK 15 : Hind If 1 II. PO. i a 0 3 : i A F. 1 1 J n- n 3 0 0 I: ud If 0 - 1 is ' ei. 3. 0 'J Ton uk, 1 It. .U. h 1 Itll.v lb 1 0 lUilei. cf 0 1 hltir;. e i1 6 II 0 v 0 1 1 C 0 : i i i Itothnar. n 11!1IHJH "g, O PHONEY FILMS- W.. P . 3 T tah. . .. . AHlM.TOX. I4litnian. ef 1llliM. . If .... Uilliaius li .. .. ' Iiiulilon. i ... j I'llllllljl. c. dateline!-", lb. .. stun. r. Zz I Ile-mett. t MeKai. :b T taH e- York t j ii-2Ton . 15 0 n f 0 1 0 0 2 2 0 0 1-2 1 1 i-. s-l.n .la-ft-itoaic. Feldman ei. rtiitv. Whit- mi! M Kn iZ Uilhi.l-. Uoiishlen (21 Williams 1, 1.5. lut t'utlinc Three bae hit Itenntf.. ---is. hits-Will.i1e. Hilei. 1 . m I-i Kiler to Wlntinp Double Ida Mruck out Hf It n tt In It.it.ljar. j 1 . i n- Itnthaar. i 1 p - ..rlu ltrnnett llafes nn tail-1 11 nS liennett. 3. Hit Id Pitnl. rnratncrf) tmrire Me'rs- Ilnss- W i nrrie- r.ennett 2i . r n ! I.J ores Time nf caii.e 2 hours and SAVAGE WINS TWO. Trims Ili-Iiestcr nnd Elkrlilce nt tnnnnl nneliall Dnj. I-aurf:. Md . Auc 2fl The annual base hsll dav wns held at Saage. Howard Countv V4sterda. a few miles from Lau-n-1 with about ffO present Three gamts of ball were plaed. the flit brtween Sivae and Ilchester. the 'itt'r i.!uh forleiting the game to Sai a;e in ttie eleventh Inning. Tim sptfind game was won bv Elk nrirrp. bv the score of 4 to 3 Savage. the winner of tin- morning game, and l.lkudse. the winner of the second game, .lashed together for the J2."i cash prize ,hn. harl Kceri offered. Savage winning the laurels ar.d prize by the score of i to i". I The Sivage Cornet Hand furnished mu sic during the game, and kept the crowd in good spirits Former Senator Ar- ' thui- P Gorman was an interested spec- tstor. as well as Ittchard E Johnson, tthev living m-.ir the grounds Notre Dame's Dates. South Bend. Ind.. Aug. 2rJ.-Jcs.se Har per. athletic director of Xotre Dame I'ni- ,crsiti. today tnnounced the football I sclii-dule for the coming season. It fol- ilows Alma at rotre Dame. October 2. ila.--l.ell Indians at Notre Dame. Octo- j bur S. Vniverbity of Dakota at Notre Uame, October 2S: 1'niverslty of Nebras j ka .it Lincoln. October 30; Army at West I Point November S; Crelghton 1'niver- sity at Omaha. November 13; University of Texas at Austin. November 15; Rice Institute at Houston. November 27. Issue Sweeping Defi. The Capital City "Feds" will cross bats with the fast Belvadecrs. of Potomac. Vn . on Sunday. Aug. 19. at 10:30 a. m. at North Capitol and L streets northeast, and a good game is expected. The Feds would like to arrango games with any team averaging 17 years In or around the District. Those desiring game should communicate with John Ganey. -I Fcnton street northeast. Yanks Get Allen Russell Richmond. Va.. Aug. 26. Pitcher Al- l:n Russell, wan sold today for 13,500 by the Richmond club to the New York Yankees. Russell will report Septem ber S. He Is a right hander and a brother of Lefty" Russell, who cost Connie Hack, $13,000 and then Xllvered. Copyright, 1015, HAvE car- i VA3A,)JT "TO PAGE GOLDBERG COMICS IN SUNDAY'S HERALD Comiskey May Land Baker Clili'iigo, Auk. 26. President ('omlnker, of the Cliii-ngo hlte Sox, In niakinar n Una! dewperate effort to land Ilonie-llun" linker, former third aiaeker for the Atli l(ti4Mf for hln team, necorillng to gossip In i4ell-informed circles. Connie Mnrk nud his teum iilll be here tomurron fliid It In experted a conference liemcen the I'hila delphiu lunnagcr nd President Comliikey ulll tleflnltely deter mine nbether the slugging hern of seiernl world's series battlcM illl coinr to Chicago. M0AKLEY PRAISES TABER. Trniner nf .lolin I'litil .Ioii4-m Siin 114-4-ord Miiiulil He 4i4aiited. Ithaca. X. Y . Aus. Zd That the new mile record es:ah...hcd by Nor man S. Taber should be recognized) by the A. A U lb the opinion of Jack Moakley, coach of the Cornell track team and the man who developed John Paul Jones, whose record it was that Taber broke. Although Jones beat Taber decisively in the last mile championship race he ever ran ami though Jloakley is not willing to be lieve that tils former star, had he kept training, could not ilo the trick again, lie is generous in his praise of Taber as a runner and as a tine tjpe of athlete. Coach Moakle suggests, however, that there should be ornc special classification for records made in open competition and tho-e made in -special events He thinks that records should 0 2 j j be listeti as "made in open events" - I and "made In special race " This, he :' 's sujs, would distinguish the perform I'O. A. L lances and give proper trcdit to the- - 0 " ' victors. ,J Moakley al-o reiealed some hitherto "I unrtcordetl ln.story He said that after J j Jones beat Taber at Cambridge, estah Ojlishing a new recoril. the late Jame,s K. bullivan asked him to train Jones for a special race on the Cornell track here. Sullivan was confident that Jones could run the mile in 4 10. On account of the fact that final exami nations at Cornell follow- immediately after the intercollegiate games, 3Ioa:- ley did not feel that he could ask Jones to spare the time for training and the special race therefore was never staged BARRETT BACK TO CORNELL. Crack Qnnrter Hack Eaiiertcil to IteniOic Conditions. Ithaca. Aug Jl Charles Barrett, Cor nell's qreat ..nartcrhaok, and choice for the position on the All-American team last fall, who was placed on probation because he failed to pass all of his examinations, will return here in September If he removes his conditions he will be able to play on the team this fall It is folt sure in athletic circles that Barrett will be able to tegaln good standing He was the mainstay in the backlleld last fall M'QUILLAN IS BACK. Phils liny llu-ir Former Stnr from Pirates. Philadelphia. Aug. 25 George Mc- yuuiaii. iuoi of j-niine tans six years ago. will he hack in a Phllldelphia uni form again tomorrow. Pittsburgh ask ed for waiters on George last week, the Phillies refused to waive, and pur chased him yesterday at the waiver price of Sl.oOO The waiver period does not expire until today, so he was not eligible to play yesterday, although he was in uniform and batted ground ers to the infield between games. Connie Mack Sends Out Scouts. Philadelphia. Aug. IU After experi menting with more players so far this season than most managers would try out In two years. Connie Mack still is far from satisfied with those he retains on his payroll, and in an effort to get more mcterlal from which to try to pick players for a pennant contender in 1916 has taken entire chnrge of the team and has sent his captain. Harry Davis, and his chief scout. Ira Thomas, on another hunt through the tall grass. Champion by Flip of a Coin. Norwich. Conn.. Aug. 26. Harold Clark, of Springfield. Mass., retained his title of rogue champion at the close of the National Tournament hero tonight. When play ended he and his brother, Eddie Clark, of Springfield, were tied with thirteen games won and lost. Instead of playing off the tie. they decided to HId n coin, and Harold Clark won the toss -Detroit Tigers Release Steen. Mobile, Mich.. Aug. O. Pitcher Bill Bteen. of the Detroit Americans, reccntly purchased from the Cleveland American League club, received notice of his un conditional release today. unusual angle ey Goldberg bj - H, L. Goldberg. I NEVER THOUGHT OF THAT rHR.e Mi a nJ ill twvoe to trc MILLION! PFSEMT tVE-E fferC XftS J Q TUliOGi-ro SGE V o SEE IT lVttSJe AT -Tffe- I X ALL. J i J I You itoM'T i fjevieK ( txWJe to TV0U6HT HOLY NAME LEAGUE TITLE TO TRINITY Trinity beat St. Dominies. 7 to IS. therefore winning; championship of the Holy Name Baseball League. halnp; won three games out of four In a series between the three leading teams who were tie at the end of the regular playing season. Trinity made a great uphill fight and won out In the fourth and fifth innings after St. Dominies had the big- end of the .-.core. C to 1. The St. Dominies will protest tills game before tiie board of governors of the Holy Name Junior League at a meeting of that body to be held this week, claiming that Pitcher Grant, of the Georgetown team. Is Ineligible. The score: feT DOM1.MC. AB. It. J. lieraiii. f 2 I A. Oeradl. 3b Z 2 m. 0 0 1 A. E 0 0 V Oeradl. Itraund p Fit7tral.I. c 1". Wtkh lb II. Welch, if .. 3 .. 3 .. 3 .. 0 .. 21 AB. .. 3 .. Z .. 3 .. 3 .. 3 .. 3 . 3 .. 2 .. 1 1 IKcer. 2) llcnlti. if... I:'rt". Ib Total 9 R. II. 0 0 TKIMTY. Claude, -si J. mith. If -strlnun. rf Ililltrj c JkCurthi. lb . ... ( baimberlaln. cf tt. -mull. 3b tlantt. p Pied 3 ro. a. u. 3 2 0 2 4 0 0 0 Tolala 23 7 Tnniti rt. Iiou.imc First luw nn bsll Off clantt. 3 7 15 0 0 1 II 3 3 3? 3 0 3 0 0- off Untied. 2. Struck out Ity llantt. 3. Dj ltraund. . hit Itraund. Trio-base lutsliraund. Lirrinack Carr. Three ra.e McCarthy. ROLLING DATES CHANGED. I.itrut 'Number of Ilovt lern Expected in ItonI Tourney. For the past two or three years there has been a request by the duckpin bow lers of this city to stage a tourna ment to be run on the same order as the billiard tourney, that is where every man entered must meet each other entry in a set of three games, the winner to be decided by the num ber of games won. This is the first time that such a tournament which Is to start at the Rojal has ever been attempted in this city. Bowlers intending to take part will leave their name at the Royal be fore September 1, as entries close on that date. Inhtead of rolling on Satur days only as originally planned, games will be rolled on Tuesday. Thursday, nnd Saturday until season opens. RED SOX BUY AGNEW. St. Louis Catcher Sold for ?e,000 to Lengue Leaders. St Liouis, Mo., Aug. 2C. Sam Agnew, the catching star of the St. Louis Amer ican League team, has been sold to the Boston Red Sox. Agncw has long been considered one of the ablest and most consistent backstops In organized base ball, as his tlno record with the St. Louis team testifies. The sum paid for Agnew was not made public, but it Is understood It was close to the S,W0 mark. Goes to Pirates. New York. Aug. K. The New York American League club announced last night that Eddie Barney, an outfielder, had been released to the Pittsburgh National League club for the waiver price. Barney, who formerly played with the Jersey City Internationals. Joined the New York Americans a month ago. Pipp a Pippin. Walter Pipp, secured by the Yanks from the Tigers, is one of the 1015 sen sations of the American League. Pipp is one of the timeliest hitters on the team, and In addition to that ho has hammered out more three-baggers and more home runs than Ty Cobb, and has made almost as many doubles as the "Georgia Peach." Standish Is a Golf Champion. Grand Rapids. Mich., Aug. K. James Standish, Jr., of Detroit, yes terday won the Michigan Golf League hampionshlp by defeating Henry irinnell, of Grand Rapids. T up and 6 to play. The tournament was held on the Kent Country Club links. Johnston Wins at Tennis. Southampton. N. Y.. Aup. 26. Will iam M. Johnston, the Callfornian ex pert, took three sets to win his match In the tennis tournament here today. In the doubles McLoughlin and Bundy defaulted their match. Fogarty Resigns. Harrisburg. Pa.. Aug-. 26. Tom Fogar ty. president and secretary ot the Har rlsburg club, retired from -that position today. Frank de Wan. cf Jersey City, was chosen to succeed him. COACH ROBERTSON SAYS HIS MEN WERE ROBBED l.nufinn Holier ton, coach of the IrUh-Anirrlraii A. C. In hnck from the Connf. nnd nnj Alt ah T. Hr-vr loit flmt place In the 1.H)-;ir.lN clii-.!. nt thr .Nulltiual ChnniplonfthfiMi through had judjtlnK. I.aiTHon a that for mer I'rcMldent Droeni. of the A. A. I , InklMtcd that Meyer hadn't coin and after a lonje confereuce laoomln uon placed flrptt. Hohert won IiimImIn that Mejrr Tiroke the tape full onr foot In front of Ltiomlf, HUGGINS SELECTS PHILLIES. Km oral Dodgers for Second Place In ntloiitil I.rnsae Ilnce. St. Louis, Mo. Aug. K. Miller J. Hug gins, manager of the Cardinals, pre dicts that Philadelphia and Urooklyn will light it out for the National League championship flag. "Theso teams are getting the best pitching, and pitching Is ever thing in base- ball," s.aid the Cardinals' manager. "I "Boston and .New York are weak in Jjjthe box. JKGraw has the best team j he ever assembled, barring his bat 0 teries. Big James' collapse and Dick ituaoipii s lauure to implicate nis 1311 record have crippled the Braves. Hit ting is Chicago's fortt. Good twirl ing will stop the Cubs. "I look for Philadelphia to win. It Alexander stands up. The big. corn fed Nebraska farmer has won twenty games for Put Moran's boys. He'll win ten or twelve more before the season ends. Brooklyn should be trio runner-up. The Dodgers never have shown well in St. Louis. They give us all kinds of trouble on their home grounds, however." WOMAN RACING SECRETARY. MIk llurtke, of Co. lllgton, Ky., la the Only Onr In Country. Cinilnnati. Ohio. Aug. K So far as she knows, JIiss Mildred Hartkc, of Covington, Ky., is the only woman rac ing secretary in the United States. This week, as had been her custom for sev eral j-4-ars. she is "clerking" the Hamil ton County Carthage Fair races. She will go later to Hrlanger, Ky.. and then to Falmouth. Ky., In the same capacity. Miss Ilartke arranges all races, regis ters the judges' penalties, marks the time and after the race Is finished signs the record that goes to the racing as sociation. Plans Double-header System. Jawn McGraw, boss of the Giants, has busted into the public prints again, this time with an article which tells the gentle readers that "the Na tional League has double-headed us to death this season." Jawn asserts that his team has bumped into so many double-headers on the Western swing largely because the National League want to com pete with the Federal League, and adds: "In my opinion, that Is bad business." What peeved John mostly was tha fact that he was forced to send his men into a double-header in SL Louis on a recent Sunday. "The Monday game was moved up) and became a part ot ounuay s uuuuic headcr," said McGraw. "This was done in order to compete with the Feds This put us in bad shape be cause 1 had only one pitcher in shape to work on Sunday." Admits Mathewson Is Slipping. For the first time since Christy Mathewson joined the Giants. McGraw admits that 'the old warhorse is slipping-. "He hasn't the stuff he used to SrWTall ha. disappeared:" andiwas the first Kame he had played In Mottv's left arm and shoulder are troublinp; him. The doctors who have examined him diagnose the ailment as anything from ncurites to house maid's knee. The slipping of Matty Is a blow- to us and a blow to me. I always knew in the past that when we needed a frame Matty could so out and get it for us. He never failed me In years gone by. And now, that he Isn't in shape, that he Isn't able to win with the regularity of old. there comes a bin vacuum a hole that never may be filled." . Buy Mrs. Locke's Stock. Philadelphia, Aug;. 16. President Baker, of the Philadelphia National League Baseball Club, announced today that the stock of that organization held by Mrs. William H. Locke, of Pittsburgh, has been purchased by three directors of the club. While the purchase price was not made public. It was stated that the stock was valued at about S30.000. Mrs. Locke Is the widow or a former president of the club, who died two years aso. IT PAYS HERALD IQST. LOST-BUXCH OF KKVS, 1'IKCK .SIIOK buttoncr, beer opener; one key on string. Return to 102S.Conn. ave. Reward. Main fiZW. L.OST GOLD WATCH, KNUKAVEU ON front. C. K. G.. on back. liwT. Liberal re- ward to Under. C. K. GIBSOX. An 11th nw. EoT-LAUtiB liitAY-UHITH CAT. AN-VKKS to name of "Gjriy." Itnura to 1IOTEI. STIiAT- FORII and rewire reward. rounD. HH'MKI lll'.NUIl OK KEYS O.N I ST.. NEAll llth. Sunday morning. Kilouo North 67. HELP WAKTED MALE. WANTKD HOYS TO LEAHN Ul'llOl stering and finishing. A. E. WI'RDK MAN & CO.. 1213 20th St. nw. 'lt.N EXJ-KltlENCKD CXllXlltKl) MKX handle furniture. Apilj C8 O at. nir. WANTED A YOUNG PRO FESSIONAL MAN Doctor or Lairrcr er f'Untinan to represent SU nnrdrr-J Mllllcn Dollar anandil intnt ment arid protection cempanj. Tbousanda of local lrttitore. Conualaalon baat. BOX 2. UaaLixigton Herald. HELP WAKTED FEMALE WANTKD G1KL, TO COOK AND IM general housework: must stay nights. light work, small family. References re (liiired. 232.1 20th st. nw. MONEY TO LOAM. MONET TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE In cn.aU and large sums. All transac tions ccnducced with economical consid eration for borrowers. YV'M. II. SAUN DERS i CO.. Southern Bids.. SOT 15th st. MONEY TO LOAN on approved city real state at lowest current rates: special privileges with respect to prior payments. Tyler & Rutherford. Inc.. 730 Uth it BALTIMORE 18 BEATEN BY THEJR0BKFEB8 Weird Twelve-inning Game Goes to Visitors by Score of 11 to 9. CHICAGO FEDERALS LOSE Baltimore. Aug. "e. Brooklyn won a weird 12-lnnlng fence-busting contest from Baltimore today. 11 to 9. the fans getting three hours' and ten minutes' worth of baseball' for their double jit neys. Brooklyn piled up a big lead, but Bal timore hit Walker to all corners of the field in the eighth, cutting down the handicap. Knabe used all the pinch hitters on his team nnd when the game ended had Kerr and Jacklitsch. catchers, at first and short. Score: rt. ii. n i Ilroollm. .. 23020100000 J-ll 17 3 ! Ilaltimore .00200003300 1-9 15 3 Ilatteries Walker, L'pham. WTitc-, F. Smith, and II bmltri. iiend-r. yutnn, uauey. ana uw4n. lh rie-Mevn. Finncrau acd O'Brien. Whales Lose Final Game. Chicago, Aug. X. The Terriers used eight of their nine hits and converted five of their seven passers into runs and won the final game from the Whales. 10 to 6 today. Cnlcago got fourteen hits nff Vlllutt hut r-nuM not mh them Grnre- IL II E. St Louis 1 0 4 0 0 2 3 0 0-10 A 2 Chlcacu 00110201 1-S 14 i Ilattenes-Willett and llartler. Brown, Black, and Fi'cher. Umpires Mesrs. Johnstone and Mullin. Newark Downs Buffalo. Newark. Aug. 26. Newark took the final home game with the Buffeds today. 4 to I. Earl Mosely outpltchlng Bcdient and Latittc. Three errors by Roach, as many hits by Campbell and solid swats by Moseley and Laporte enabled the locals to pile up their runs. Buffalo's tally was the result of a base on balk to Hoffman and hits by Chase and Lou den. Score. K. II. E. Bu3a.lo OOOlOOOOO-i i Newark . .. 00101001-4 II li-ittenes Bedifnt. Latltte and Allen. MolT and llariden. I'mnrei-Messrs. JlcConnack and Wes terrelt. Kansas City on Top. Pittsburgh. Aug. 2t Kansas City won the fifth came of the series with Pitts burgh today. 6 to 5. In a game featured by free hitting on both sides. The locals used three pitchers, all being hit hard. Score: It R. H Kan-as Citr 1 1 J 1 ! 0 0 M 1) 1 I'ittjhurBU 20O010OI--5 13 0 Ilattencs Main and Easterly: Comstock, Ilesrne, Dickson and O'Connor. Umpires Mesars. Brennan and Wllrielm. Decide Not to Take Trip. Cincinnati, Aug. 23. Frank Bancroft and Connie Mack have decided not to take a couple of all-star teams to the coast this fall. Owing to the bad condi tions In the minor leagues, and the large number of ball players out of work, duo to the raids of the Feds, Banny and Connie have come to the conclusion that this will be a bad year to make the trip, so they will wait until the fall of 1316. by which time they hope that the Euro pean war will be over and that baseball will have returned to Its normal condi tion. There with the Goods. Canonsburg. Pa.. Aug. 23. When W. C. Bedlllion. 6! years old. became dis gusted with the work of the pitcher of the McConnells Mills baseball team In Its game with the Westland nine he threw off his coat, stepped Into the box and pitched his team to vic tory. The score wns S to 5 In favor of McConnells Mills. Bedlllion pitched three Innings, struck out four men. gave one base on balls, hit one batsmen, but did not nllow a hit. He scored one run. It twenty-nve years. Meyers Pitches No-hit Game. Wilkes-Barrc. Pa.. Aug. K. Joe Meyers twirled a no-hlt game for the Wllkc3 Barre team aginst Albany here yester day, the score being a to 0. In favor of the home team. One batter reached tirst base, and he got on as the result of a pass. Toronto Buys Catcher Cooper. Toronto, Ontario, Aug. IS. The Toronto club of the International League an nounces the purchase of Catcher Cooper from the Brantford club of the Canadian League. Cooper will report to the locals at the end of the Canadian League sea son. Child Jockey a Wonder. Fred Judy, the 53-pound Jockey, who Is ....ll.lnff a? a Hineallnti n ttsA C.., CUlllCtlit.lfe s sll.s.w. .... S..S ua.u-. toga (N. Y.) track, is being touted aa. a coming wonaer. ties it years old. handles a horse like a veteran, and has outridden many of the best Jockeys In the same. His home Is In Kansas City, where his father keeps a law office. TO READ AND USE CLASSIFIED ADS FOR RENT HOUSES. HOUSES. StS.SO Xo. SIS 1. st. nw . S r . b. S3"0 No. 1iM 3d st. nw.: T r.. 1'. 13.' 30 Xo 2112 X St. nw., S r.. b. $27."0 Xo.lS-ls32 Ingleside Terrace: 10 r.. b. S27..-.nXo. 13;; Fla. ave.: 7 r.. b. 23.50 Xo. 3u3; Ia. ave. nt-.'., 6 r.. b. J. LEO K0LB, Phone M. Bill 7. OCT OI'R LIST ?0R RENT ROOMS. Kl'lt.MSl!i:i). 20 IfTil .ST. sl-lNTIUL ri!tr rXHOU. nen 1-nuse, rnmtletely (nr. for u. fc.: b. w. 1. and ca. four ronn, hall. intry. i-n'cacs. lane liemei't- thro- nr lines is 11 sr x w1 LAiiriE-i'TToNT nooM. tnin.lenta ccemrridated. Telephone N.rtb 30. Si cfTi-fit NK.-3 i-mTTe. iti:iT:77fTcbou i.ewl raKred roonia. new b,He, handsomely and comrleteljr ftimaihM t&r hous.keerma. eOthina C4w; tautiful lraa brd. Iar;e iiorchei; tiled hath; ery rejvmahle. f JUB. :0 OIJ.T l-LACE -N MTSlTviTilAL LA KURi cool, brisht aertna-fir-r reemj. -ithem expoaurei a. tn. L; Hell kert home, private, relincd familj: central, reamahle to centleuien. 1MB K ST. -NW -I.AUIJK. CtmL. IlltlCIlT nlcelr urn. rurjin. a. m. i . plesdid location, near dertiL ami downturn Hctinn; rraaonaMe. uii massT-aV ti-srxviiS c t-i:i;r. al- coTe room and two ether roun.a and Lath, aaro fiocr: auluble it' fcur sentlerurn. cr will rent scparatelr: r-hine N E10O. ft!C 1ITII SIT S.U TVWI I'I IN V rCTI Vfi IlflAXm I ith screened 4-rrli. f- r liht hoi seke-tinfi: first firor; quiet house; i thcr r-ioirs. FLK.MSIIIlll (lit 10)1 jionikik'sx "V t NFi"i:Msiii:n. r. ui ; e "" uetacTieD ROOMS AND BOARD. t.n.1 tiotr mitalle r i - or l.rtc -pntl'-tneii. faci k -vr. .v.-iittTirrL lakgk fieont rioni. -.iitaMc for two c-ir!cmrn. 810 II faT NW-SKVKUAL. L.n,:E. COOL. trtz.it bcitd. fiocr ro nn; well kept ho.iv; com- lletcly furnlaTn i : . ro. i.; nir BOTfrDnint tlfpart- rcenti and downtown; eioJlrat borne cookinf, rc WANTED ItOOMS u m; mn. with nil. i:i.-t nr iitraii- iiiYi, wants until fiiriairtl snnll r urn in tn.1lv mate famih M.wnt l'leasint rrefeTrrd. Aildn-s HOX 10. lie'ild oiIi.t. TABLE BOARD. LINCOLN CAFb. Not Lincoln HoteL Kepilar dinners. Xc and 50c. Vezetable dinner. Zc Lllnner hours 5 to ?:&) p m. Lunch. 11 to i p. m.. X-c. Itrrakfast 7 to 13 a. a.. 3Sc. A la carte tenice 7 a. ci. to 7 JO r. m. ICims at audi mar rates. Try our .Xc and 2jc Club IlreaLfaat and 3Sc lluaineaa jfn'a Lunch. FOR SALE HOUSES. YOU CAN OWN ONE OF THESE HOMES On ICth !., telffftn C anJ D tts. . Ity lavine only C O -' CO ?r ironth (Hbi h JI.iJU JucIlcIm Loth interest and irir iiaLi PRICE, $2,350. e rooms tile tath. drej. ! t, i--rch acrcta en tiro front, llcautiful.j locitfd ISO OLT TOIY Ojth lor icnttti'-a JaiIt auj Suntljj till 9 p. m. FOR SALE OR RENT. TOK ItL'NT OK SALE IN ALL SEl-ritl.Vs I- -. o"-. "nd Va Call ard ret our IU:, VINCENT i. WILSON. TO llth it- nw. ('bona IL ZX. MOVING. PACKING. STORING. Free motliiK fr alor-l age. .N. 431.-. or N. I MO. "M1T1I". TIlANM-'Kll A sTUIl.nB CO. 013 s. Mcht l'n .V. COW. BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS. LALXDItV. ROR1NSON HAND LAUNDRY. Rouao-dry and CniJh woii. Oetkmen'a work and shut waist a incialtj. Call 11. ZJO. KU J I 4th a:, nw. Slltli: KIM'AIKI.NG. Half soles ard let!, 'sc la-iie' ahes-s hall 4e and bee la. 2Vr. ladies' liiels 15s. whole t..Ie and rLtbtr hei-ltf CI iJ inpn's uned-on soles. 5n? UNITED SHOE REPAIR CO., Hi la . NW FIA.Mi TCM.1G. CORRECT Tl'NINt.. SL50 WORK OUARAN teed May i.ars at Wi-'k-t ami Meinwa facto- ' rits. ew rrll. 1 11UL fcltMIA, 1ZZ: Norlll Carohna are. te Phone Lin. y. I.Wj LETTKKIIKADS ON UUNtJ I'.M'El! J1JW; a special limited offer to show you what wo can do ANGEL &- NOBLES. 1S20 New York ave. Phone Main :2!M. LOOK CAN 1UI HEAT IT1 LOOK I I Men's half soles sewed on 20c. Does in 10 J rainntes. while yon w ill j COSMOPOLITAN t HOI RLPAIR STORG. OJ "th st, nw. Phcne M PrfO Better Shoe Repairing for Less Money Mrn'M ole besseil nUc Meu' Itilbher lleelsi Sc 10 Minute Sliiir Hepnlr Mi op. 521 ilth M. N. W .1 Ilium lleloss F. We call. Plione Mnln riS, ,Ve dellser. 1AI.V1'!, AIl.MSIIUSi. AMI STAINS. THE DIP ABLE HOME JI3dr tniicd rint ! i tains, prrtxrrd by J JOS CTIILOTII. 3C3 Vi tt. w. r. IW J. Oi.r OUR SALLS AM RLsr LI313. John F. Donohoe & Sons. 311 l"A AVE SB. FAINTING AND PAPEtUIANGINQ. WALL TAPEP.. 10c. 15c. ZZc. MZO 5r3 paper. 5c and lCo per piece; i-oorrj p. rered J2 up. Plastcrins an-I paintms of all kinds. LE I'REUX. W7 1 t- nvr. Pfcoua N. S-ll- WINDOW CLLMMAG. HWB Torn tnNDoiTS I iw Cleanlna- Co. m O aar. PnONH M MB TO leaned. Acma iiindo' DIED. KISH EL Suddenly, on Wednesday, Au gust 2o. W, at Bethlehem. Pa.. PHILIP ENTKP.LINK ItlSHEL. aged 34 j ears, below 1 husband of Julia Hill Uishel. Funtral scnice-i will be held nt 7L1 Qulncy street northwest, at 2 o'clock today (Friday. Aucust 27i. Interment at Arlington (Smcterv. Relati.es and friends Invited to attend. RISHEIy Ail the members of Richard J. Hardin Camp. No. 2. V. S. W v.. are requested to attend the- funeral of our departed comrade. P. E. RISHEL. from 7-9 Quincy "trret northwest, at 2 p. m. today. Interment Arlington. AV. T. HERRlTAGh.. Commander. H I- LESLIE. Adjutant. IMMLER On Thursday. August 16. JD1S. at 6:10 p. m.. at her residence. 30 Fourteenth street southwest. EMMA IMMLER. beloved wife of Frederick A. Immler. Funeral from the chapel of J. William Lee. 322 Pennsylvania n.enue north west, Sunday, August 2L. nt 3 p. m. Fr'rnda Invited. FUHEEAL DESIGNS. FUNERAL FL0WEKS Of Esery l)erintlon-JIoderately md. GUDE, rnseral CeUsi. Funeral Detlsaa. c rner Imu,e. ilente .r srnnd. laise inh snd , " ,, ". V" ''Z,,, . '" " " !.,.,. beautiful loeafin: cool cord t!o..r room.: Tl?, "f, f'0' ""?' ." i'Ttt' l''Ul "" J l.athrr.,m and sl-oirer 'ath a. m . . coo.1 . me M. s In ht.. i '. "Lit" " T."re n"mb'r ct-klnr. nnr ear. r-a.,alle. Jmish centlemea "' 5'n ' ' . ""'"'""" Dofctm'. addition to tht Meferted. Cot. It: t . L"' '- " T '''V "i-l " 1iK 13, si?. :a. in the sfrice rf Itie .n-ii..r BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. Jlr. I1A.MC.IL UMil.SfiKlt. II.VM.Mi nL'l Vl. fnllr i-UtT-1 rnitli freun bajer far military ai plie a,ieral iniestiona. -ri,.",., to inclnde In hu (leallnc anillnn? ir ..n.i ....... .1 .1... 11 , - ' " .... imiikm i-i U1.3 wis. Hill deseriptlon rcijulre-I to re ein- attention: -Ul , rvrL.. cntilUfnliaL llnX D. Herald oKce. AUCTION SALES. D .NOTE. Anctiobeer. o.v tiuksdav. fErTLJiitKr: k. wis vr sr Uinana arenne n. rth..r e ,; sell ',t rmhlie anttiun. 1.. .-n,r st"m;.- and t.tr.er rtiorj-" all irn-.ij and lu-teN st.e.1 nith n, ,md4r the fo'now- "i?1 T .? ":,","n-- X K' Jrt-n Ir. nan. I. ,!,., A I!ran, BUmJ f Em .'.Jian. 1 . ,i. Tahh. Dort. h.te. A. J. !,hiWa. .V l..tma;. and Mr,. Terrell. INI"X 'TlllCAi;E .4. TIl.KER CO. I . MITE' Auctloniir. US' THI'ItsnVY, FITEMHEl: 23 !:s T ic. . ni in liont f IX LmmULa urniie north.s-st ".k"'." " ''"""' """" " ever storai-e and in the following names ui-e smith. Ltna 1111. --..-.. ... sesijii. .nn. nutton ..r Mrs. Morgan. -..i.i ..nn, .umif Jnaiisc. and l K tart. "' -uililiiK A. TIt t NsFEU CO. SLOAN A. ro. IM... AurtUmeer. TTI ISTEES- SALE OF ni.nr.Lr. IM i-rv'lJF1"' TATE, ItKIM. TIIP.K .STfirtA TEX-IlllOM IlKICK IlWELLI.M: JU HllsT ST. X. V.. .'sHIXi;Tl.. D. t' n- riitnc if n eertaii dre.1 of trmt drli recrt cd iu Liber 553 at folio ni of the land rerorns 't tlie- In-met rf Columbia and at the request "I the 1-ttr secured tlierebr. the underslT-pJ tnutee mil .,I at Mibhc aucti.n In Irr.nt of the premises on MONDAY. i-iru,t 3). 131 ,t t X) P. m.. the Wlonin; devnl.d lasd and Vramim. -n..ir in me ififirur. 1 1 i ol-imbia arnl beit- i. r me lli-trirt cf Colurctu. ib.'t to the ou. tnarta cf recud. Tirms of sale Sold .. bi'et ti a rrlor deed of trust In the amount of Sj.&b a) h-lj hj the Xa tLinal Permanent Itmldir.; A;s-ialii.n of the nlj i't Wajhisgtoii. Imtti. t of i.iunil.i. and tho amount our and abote the si id trust to b- iail :n ca.h. A d.posit of JW mil he rco,ulred ai nuis if iwle Vnteianclns. reccrdins. etc. to be at m.t i,f r-rrihaser Terms cf tjle to be comiilied mtli within fifte-Ti dais from iLit i,f sale, st ,er wiie the trusteta r.sene the iuht to ieell tli I r pert) at the rl. ii.d ...t .f del.ulti-; mi-eha-s-r after fire dais' aoTertisenient of mich re sale iu i.f newsisiisr phhsl, d m W.h-n.i..n n c i;H(ii:i;i: w. uibiox. fail u WRIIillT. Ttee PE0P0SAIS. I'lttlPlisALs FllK ICrTTAIMMS WALL llF lice cf Iullic Hnildni: and Uround. Washing ' Itn. L. ('. beali-d ro sals mil be uiened hei Lii.il 2 . ru . SK1TE11IIKIJ 23. IMi. and then I pined, fur (urnnhini matenals and iabur acd i e it structiEc rrtaintn; wall aloac writ side of Mi-niLan Hill Park. Further information on arpli- catioo anjj.a; r.a-haj.13. aiR CALL NORTH 1456. Brand new m icbines. Si to $1 rer hoar. Care ful, reluh'e charffenr AI'.MILL'TLLY NEW iSB .MODEL TOLIMM C.UL CAHEFUL DRIVER. 51J5 per honr Phone N W. Mpecfal Kites for Trlpa. 13 5 FllUla A: DUIMIK CARS! V 53 & J100 pir hour: ipecul rates bj Uie dij or neelr. Phone North XX iXvLL .SOUTH 5 For ft handsome T-naveiver tcurlns ear: carefnl idrircr; tonrinc rpecialty. rrnate rartr. IoISIIIPSjTsDS Licas&KafcJrQa opIM. 8714,District Taxi Service I Le than W tkels. ac. anjuhtre tn atj protr. ,'Zc or tl S ur honr. White cLanfferjs. , 1'OK HIRE. M'AbsENUEE CH. JiaO i-kB I huur; 7 paistuscr. KWO tour. TOWHATA." HOTEL, IStn st. and Pa. are. I'Hone Main eJOS. EXCELSIOR AUTO IIIliE CO. " rteautifulbr appointed cars tlom n.uo to J3.541 rer hour. 112 16TH ST. (rear). Phon N CM. M.W FORK TOLItING CAR. 1S15 model. Experienced whit chaiuTeor. SI 25 pr hour I'hoae Ckie. WO LH.HT.MNO ALTO SERVICE. JUSI. CER HOCR and uu. virs dnien bj OWNERS. Call CoL &J. Anv wction ul eiT reached in tern mtinii V i' t wi Ml Hli CAKs-CAREl-L'L WHITE CUAUe- tears. Jljl rrr honr. Srecul rates foe Uips led ! family parUes. I'hore Ljnc ZZSL AI.W.WS I .11.1. tt.K 1'lT-lrt 4-arp nn nt.-. I sure if a one machine, anbnaid serrlre: Pierre- Amjir and other cars. K to PJ0 per hoar, t'hons Col 5135 UI'MUTUKtm.MJ: WILL HIRE Ilia NEW Maxwell for SZ ir hour, er I SA ir hour if longer than two hours: .pedal shopping rates of 11 per hcor if lenser than two hours. Special rates for trips Lins. as. C2 ftb st ne. CrA fi? l-".0 nnd J!2 Per hour. ,U1. sJUO Cur druen by ossners. All New Autos Special Rjtcs for Outings. Q'.iici- Serviee AUTO HIRE COMPANY FIVE AND seven passenger cars: S3 ana $3 per hour, none hetter. L 23S2 SPECIAL NOTICE. EVERY DAY MORE Freezing Salt and Flavorinrs onfectioners and drug cists are urntr our Freezing Salt and FIa orliic; Extracts. Let us supply your needs. Qtnlity poods only -lowest prices. B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO. Vbo-i.e Grocers, llth ted M U. m PEES01TALS. OO CutThisOut -o. i.ie ition "Herald" and e 1H fit you (lasses it Srectacles TO ORDER for MAX GREENBERGI .1.00 i SIO F. N. W. I) Sejal tOpt.l. Est. 1 learn WOHKINU-YIEX YOL CAN'T DO IT. IF we cun help it, and that is to pay more than what we charge for new pants. Look at nants. new. at i- to il and buy as rood irom us from $1 j) to $3. It don't look big.' but it s full 15 per cent, and that's a much- IiefiS SliC f" Mssj..w s.s.1 dl.v.ll, 19 D. Shampooing. Scalp Treatment. Ladies and Gentkmen. il. O'CONNOR. ITS K-n-.lJ Uldc llth and O U. nir. 'lCFISK"ErGllTEClrU:iST7' Jit 3 rcmoTCtl hi cmci to 123 l'a ate, a. Fc. rni;rmDtcaU Mala SOX DR. REED SPECIALIST S04. SEVEKTIii.a:'. bi'KEET. OVER 30 YEARS' P5f7S,WSsa3 and Srecul Diaeaan rf Men and Womex. Means Health to You If You Suffer lrora Catarrh, otsaltj. Kluasuuam Conatipausa. tnics. Throat. Lanci, llrain. Ueart. Blood ad ailal Ulaeaaes. Nerroua larbibtT. KMner Olaeaaea. Bla4 der Troublea; rjpeorlj Ulood Hnaonlnf. Krupuci U leers, and All finale InacaMai Curd (or U!e a fcata Method. Charges low. iied'cine I'draiiliod. CONSULTATION i'BEE. Private Waiting Room for Ladiev Ottica Uouia. M to Y. 1 In 6. BqcdlJ. U ta U Tinas! a;vi.i;l7OTrtn "a. , i.iiiw " ' nun, aaocm. a S3 O at nw. Axautmerjt t. third door. NOTICEi Artificial teeth nd ecor,d- hand Diamonds and Jewelry boufjat, Losjia Abrahaaa. 8U O. Ojv. Pat. OUtMa pSiSW , . ix-f-y-jrwi, Kw&jSs&t&i r.&xv Ytjffis Jt:-M-' .i'& ; TJ'f ffi3$Sg$&m& . Si 'r X-i 3IC;.