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THE WASHINGTON 1SAIfTil TIMER FRIDAY NOVEMBER OPI > IISIiR 30 1906 1906FOOTBALL 13 13I
I FOOTBALL j SPORT GROWING IN INTEREST INTEREST EACH YEAR EARFOOTBALL YEARFOOTBALL IAR IARFOOTBALL
F FOOTBALL ENTHUSIASTS WATCHING ANNUAL THANKSGIVING GAME GAMEBETWEEN GAMEl SAMEBETWEEN
l BETWEEN GEORGETOWN A ADD D GEORGE WASHI W WASHE7WTO5CU7CIVERSiTIE ASHlJVgTOg CQTO C UNIVERSITIES
HOLSCHER HOLSUHERLUCKY HOLSUHERLUCKYB LUCKY LUCKYFIND
1 FIND FOR SHIELDS SHIELDSBought SHIELDSought
B Bought ought Last Year for X800 X800His 800 800His 800His
His Gameness in Wash Washington Washington Nashington ¬
ington Cup Surprise SurpriseBefore SurpriseBefore SurpriseBefore
Before the biggest crowd ero cI of the meet meetIn meetIn meeting
In ing and one of the biggest the Benning Benningtrack Benntngtrack nnlnc nnlnctrack
track ever has held Willie Shields Sltleld8HollKher ShieldsHolecher hleldsIIolscier
Holecher repeated yesterday in brilliantfashion brilliant brilliantfashion brilliantfashion
fashion by winning the Washington WashingtonCup Wahln WahlnCup WaahingtonCup
Cup in a gallop On Wednesday edneaday he car carried carrie carried ¬
ried rie off the St 2500 Dixie at a mile and andthreequarters andthreequarters i ithreequarte
threequartersHolscber threequarteHolliCher threequarters threequartersHolscher
Holscher has proved a lucky Invest Investment investmt nvesty ¬
y mt ment > nt for W T Shields Shlel who bought him himlast himlast I
last summer ilumm r for a trifle more than thanafter thanafter 31W 31Wafter
after James B Brady bad tried in vain vainof yalnfor vainfor
for a year and a bait to win any kind kindot kindof
of race rac with him Since Shields h hbeen btuI btuIbeen hsbeen
been handling him the colt has wen wenpurses w wenpurses < n npursell
purses of the gross value of nearly nearl
115000 15000 His remaining remalnln engagement ensael ent here herela here1a hereIce
la In n the Maximum on Saturday when whenthreeyearolds nrhenthreeyearolds b n nthreeyearolds
threeyearolds and upward will go gothree gothree 0 0three
three miles for a purse of SUM andthe and andthe Jmdthe
the event s seems ms to be at his mercy ithe If Ifhe Ifhe
he cam came am out of yesterdays yesterda s race in good goodshape goodshape oocl ooclshape
shape shapeAnother shapef shapeAnother
f Another case of foul riding though thoughclearly thoulIhcIcarIr thoughclearly
clearly unintentional UJ1bate 1onal al Jn jn this ts instance instancecame instancecame tanc tancame
r came ame before th the stewards and quite quiterightly quiterIghtly
rightly they disqualified the offender offenderThis offenderThis offenderThis
This was Bright Boy who was ridden riddenby riddenh riddenly
by h Guy Burns in the mile handicap for fortwoyearolds fortwo fortwoyearolds
twoyearolds two 811rold8 and the awarding awardin 9f the therave therae therare
rave to Orphan Lad cost the layers a apretty aflretty apretty
pretty penny Belcast was a receding recedingfavorite recedinKfavorite recedingfavorite
favorite for the race going out from fromevens tromvt fromevens
evens vt > n to 13 to Ml 10 and the strongest play playvas playwas playwas
was on Orphan Lad whose price rlc was wasBright wascut wasout
cut hair a point to 2s Bright Boy on onthe nnthf onthe
the othtr hand had few fewupp supporters rte and andand andon andnnl
and on after opening at 10s went out to has 15sand l hasand s sand
and in many books 30 to 1 He ran an anexcellent ant
t excellent t > race making all the pace paceand paceand ae aeand
and probably would have cashed if he
had kept straight But at the end of
the stretch he nearly get t away u way from
little Burns bearing beartn out toward the outer outerrail outerran outerraft
rail and carrying Orphan Lad with him
when hen finally straightened he ran on
gameI gamely t tl to the end and passed the Judges Judgesa
a length and a half ahead of Orphan
Lad but the interference from which I Ithe
the latter horse had suffered was so ob ¬
vious and aggravated that th the claim for
foul was allowed promptly promptlyJockey promptlyJockey promptlyJockey
Jockey J Jones bought August fbimonts Bi Bimonts J 1 1monts
monts Lord of the Vale for I > r 1750 Jones
has decided to follow the example of
Frank ONeill Odom and an others and
give give up riding in favor of racing a
stable of his own ownThe ownr ownThe ownThe
r
The race won by Holscher waa one oneof oneof oneof
of the finest exhibitions of courage and andendurance andendurance andendurance
endurance ever displayed d 1play by a thor thoroughbred thoroughbred ¬
oughbred He was as not within fifteen flteenpounds fifteenpounds fttteenpound
pounds of his hi best form and his ankles ankleswere ankleswere ankleswere
were so swollen that a liberal applica ¬
tlon of cocaine failed to kill the pain
lIe was n 1 cripple and would have been beenmuch beEnmuch beenmuch
much better lHttE > r off in a hospital ho9 ital But as
the season is nearly over and a long
rest ahead of him his owner William
Shields determined to start him himIt blmIt himIt
It was a glorious day for J W V Colt I IHis
His Ils horses finished in front three times time tlmtRose I
Rose of Dawn Commodore Fontaine Fontaineand lIontahlPand Fontalwand
and Pioneer won for Kim the first third thirdand tblrdand
i and fourth race respectively respectivelyCommodore respectivel respectivelCommodore respectivelyCommodore
Commodore Fontaine won WOI the steeple steeplefrom IIteepleb steeplerhase
rhase b t for threeyearolda by leading
from start to finish flnishBright finishBright ftulhBright
Bright Boy the hor hone e that was dis disqualified dlsQuallfted disqualified ¬
qualified for a foul Wednesday V edne day met a asimilar atllmlJar asimilar
similar fate yesterday He finished In Infront Intront infront
front of Orphan Lad in the sixth rue ruebut nt ntbut race racebut
but to secure a wining advantage he hefouled hefouled hefouled
fouled Orphan Lad LadBright LadBrIbt Lada
a Bright Boy gained galn d a record for no notorso 10I noLorso
torso orse had ever been bt > en disqualified > tl two
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Msllon 10 AU Western 4 4Lafayette 4Lafayette c cLafayette
I Lafayette 31 II i Dickinson 6 6Xebraaka 6NebraMka 6Nebraska
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I Richmond College I Ii William and andMar andal1 andJary
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days day in succession > > uoeu ton He is a fast but hutcraxy butcrazy butcrazy
crazy brute nlte owned by Sam Kmery who whowon whowOft whowon
won the first 11 Brooklyn Handicap with withDry withDry withDry
Dry Monopole It was as the first timebis timehis time timehis
his colors have finished in front in n manyyears many manyi man many
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It was a sad and disastrous day fi financially ftnafteially flnaneialiy ¬
nancially for the admirers admire of Jockey
Miller That young youn man tailed to ride ridea
a winner during the day It was the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first time he failed to do so this meet meeting meeting meeting ¬
ing although he had five Iv mounts mountsAn mountsAn mountsAn
An Old O d Freak the first of The TheTimes TheTimes TheTimes
Times new series of short stories by toyV7 byVl byW
V7 W Jaoobs the wellknown English Englishauthor Englishthor Englishauthor
author thor will be found In next Sundays SundaysWashington SUndayWa1Li SundaysWashintton
Wa1Li Washington Kton Times Tim As a a writer of ofaimislnsr oriUDllslnli ofamusing
amusing and humorous stories Mr MrJacobs MrJM05 MrJaoobe
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CARLISLE BARELY BARELYDEFEATS
OEFEATSJBIA OEFEATSJBIAOld DEFEATS VIRGINIA VIRGINIAOld
Old Dominion Eleven Fights FightsGamely FightsGamely Fights FightsGamely
Gamely But Is Out Outclassed Outclassed Outclassed ¬
classed by b Redskins RedskinsNORFOLK Redskins1ORFOLK RedskinsNORFOLK
NORFOLK Nov aCul 36Carlisle Carlisle lle downed downedVlrxtnta doJMdYlrpnia downedVirginia
Vlrxtnta Virginia yesterday before S6UO 1 610 persona at atLafayette atlalayeUe atLafayette
Lafayette FksM by a score of 1 11 to 17 17Virginia 11VirlPnla 17Virginia
Virginia died hard and wd it waft a heart heartdisease heartdl heartdisease
disease dl finish for her rooters Try Tryshe Tryshe as asshe
she would ths t University boys hoy from the theOld theOld theOld
Old Dominion College Coil could C uld not core ItCOrethe + corethe corethe
the two points necessary to win wd a d It Itwaii ItWit itwas
was Wit a dejected dej < < ted crowd that left tae tn Held HeldCarlisle fteldCarllale fieldCariisie
Carlisle however was not without her heradmirers berklmire heradmirers
admirers klmire and the friends o of the theRed noble nobleRed noblelied
Red Men let loose many yells at the sjMconclusion UNonclusl theconclusion
conclusion onclusl n of th the game gameVirginia JrJIMtVirginia gameVirginia
Virginia OutclassedFor Outclassed OutclassedFor OutcJauedJeor
For allaround work Virginia was not notIn notIn notin
In it with Ith her adversaries The Red Men Menlooked Kenlook6d bienlooked
looked better tter In the training train inx there was wasmore w wmore wasmore
more system In their plays pia and nd they theywere tbeyw theywere
were w heavier than the Virginia lads lad In Inthe Inthe i ithe n
the straight mass Ina nlay oIaya Carlisle was far farbetter tarbetter fa fabetter r rr
better than the Virginians but the lat latter latter la later r ¬
ter scored some line long Ion runs Johnsoji Johnsojifor
for instance In > > laDet made an eightyyard runwithout run runwithout runwithout
without serious molestation on the part partof partol partof
of Carlisle CarU Virginia failed to kick one oneKoal oneoal on ongoal e
goal oal and this added to her troubles troublesIf
If Carlisle had not continually fumbled fumbledVirginias fumblfdVirRlnla fumbledVirglnia
Virginias punts the Red Men would wouldhave wouldhave
have won by h u far larger larKt > r wore It was wasth waftIw wa wahe s
I th Iw beautiful line work of the Red Redskin Red1klnt kina kinaoHimht s ss
t t oHimht HI ht the tll crowd fowil and nJ the t taa taawork < ain ainw alt altwrkd
work w wrkd rk d like a t w11iild e IloiL d i fllt pi of m
ciilnery c They were better bfo r too at mass massV massthe
V the th Virginians lr i1lan with their tiring ily ilyinr IYn
inr n wr TetlKe ttJ ge t might us well have ha f tried to toout tocut tocut
cut through the > aides Ild t of o a battleship battleshipStars battlcllhipStan battleshipStars
Stars of the Game GameMl GameI GameMt
Mt Pleasant Littleby and Hendrik HendrikJistinguished Ilendrikdistinguished I Ii
I distinguished i tinguiahel themselves for Carlisle CarlisleAfter Carl1lllefter Carlisleliter
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Head linesman linemanBarry Barry Georgetown GeorgetownTERRYS GeorBetOWftTERRYS GeorgetownTERRYS
TERRYS ESCAPADE ESCAPADECOSTS ESCAPADECOS ESCAPADECOSTS
COSTS COS S TWENTYFIVETerry TWENTYFIVE TWENTYFIVETerry
I Terry McGovern McGovt > rn the little Brooklyn Brooklynfighter BrooklnftJrhter BrooklynI
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locked lockedup lockedup
fighter who was arrested and
up at the First Precinct police elation elationlast stationJut atatlonlast
last night for embroidering the atmos atmosphere atmoapbere atmosphere ¬
phere on Pennsylvania avenue with too toostrenuous toOtreItuoua
strenuous a variety of o conversation COIIvetJoareleaMd was wasreleased
released early this thl morning on t 325 2Ii col collateral colJaten eellateral ¬
lateral Jaten put up by on 0 ono of his friends friendsYOUKG trieftdaYOIDfG friendsYOWG
YOUKG OTTO AGAIN AGATKNEW AGATIfNEW
NEW YORK Nov No 30Young Yowng yo Ottothe Otto OtUthe Ott Ottthe
the local boxer with th the heavy bea punchhit punch punchhit punchI
hit so hard in his bout with Al King at atthe atth
I the th Lonpa lon ar re Athletic thh > U Club last la t night nightthat nlghLthat nightthat
that KinK was forced to atop before thetint the thelirt theIIrt
tint round r uinl wag as ended
A ACEwrA14 CERTAIN SAFE SAFETREATMENT SAFETREATMENT
SS S TREATMENT TREATMENTEven ir irI
I Even ren if mercury and potash po sl1 could cure Contagious Blood Poison the thecondition thecondition thecondition
condition in which these strong stron minerals leave the system would make the thecure thecure
cure worse than the disease But they cannot cure the vile disorder they I
can only cover up the th symptoms for awhile to break out with renewed renewedviolence j
violence when the treatment is is left off When 1 hen the virus irus lrus of Contagious j I
Blood Poison enters the blood 1 > 100d the entire circulation becomes poisoned and andthe andthe j
the loathsome symptoms begin to appear The mouth and throat ulcer ulcerate ulcerate j jate
ate hair and eyebrows come out glands of the neck and groin swell swellcoppercolored I Icoppercolored icoppercolored
coppercolored spots appear on the body and in severe cases sores and andulcers andulcers i
ulcers break out and even the bones become diseased S S S is the only j
certain safe cure for Contagious Blood Poison thousands have been cured I
i by it after failing with the mineral treatment Hot Springs etc It is the ionly i ionly
I only remedy that is able to get at the root of the disease and force out the thepoison
I poison ison so that no signs si ns are ever seen again a ain S S S is purely urel vegetable ve etable I
I being made of roots herbs and ant barks and and never leaves any bad affects < > freets but
instead tones up the stomach and digestion and builds up every part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the system while removing the poison from the blood Book with instruc instructions instructions instructions ¬
tions for self treatment and medical advice without charge chargeTHE chargcTHE cbarTeTHE
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC GG9 COa ATLANTA 7 GA
RACES RACESAutumn
Autumn + R Meeting MeetingWASHINGTON MeetingW a
WASHINGTON WASHINGTONJx W WASH ASHING1 INUTON INUTONJOCKEY ON ONJOCKEY
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TOMORROW l SATURDAY SATURDAYThe
The Maximum at Three Miles Milesr a Handica Handicap HandicapSteeplechase HandicapSteeplechase P PSteePlechase
Steeplechase and Four Other Races PacesFIRST RacesFIRST RacesFIRST
FIRST RACE 2 P M FIRST RACE 2 P M MAdmission MAdmission MAdmission
Admission to Grandstand 200 200Paddock 200Paddock 200Paddock
Paddock 50c Extra ExtraLadies ExtraLadies ExtraLadies
= < Ladies 100Pennsylva 100 100Pennsylvaqia v vPennsylvania
Pennsylvania Pennsylva is Railroad Special Train leaves Sixth Street Station SfatitJnI
1 120 20 p m Two Special Trains returning one immediately after the thelast thelast thelast
last race the other to wait for delayed Iayed passengers Fare round trip 25 25cents 25cents 25cents
cents Electric cars direct to track every two minutes from 15th st and andNew andNew a id idNew
New York ave nw Fare 5 cents centsN centsN centsN
N B Bqbjectionable Qbjectionable characters charact rs positively excluded
TOMMY LOWE WINNER WINNERFROM WINNERFROM WINNERFROM
FROM BILLY WILLIS WILLISPHILADELPPIIA WilliSPHILADELPHIA WILLISPiIILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA Nov 3ft 3OIt It was wa a aise aca
ca ise e of o the straight tral ht punch Against the thelid tbewild
wild lid wing awl when wbe 1 Young Yuun Erne rne or orbla orlbta
this bla city faced uYoub Young < < Kenney of ofjtwrence otLa
La jtwrence wrence Mass at t the National Ath Athetir Athietlt
Club matinee yesterday and the thet thetralaht
t might punch won the honors for ErneIt ErneIt Erne ErneIt
It wan all a hard last bout in every round roundxcept roundxcpt
xcept the fifth when neither man did didnythlnjr didlU1ythln
nythlnjr of note noteTommy noteTommy noteTommy
Tommy Tommy Lowe of Washington went
against Billy Willis lIlls of this city and In Inthis Inthl 1nthis
this thl bout the visitor won wonGrover wonGrover wonGrover
Grover Hayes HaY 8 of Chicago won the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first bout from Willie Lucas of this thiscity thiscft thiscity
city cft < Maurice Buyers next defeated defeatedKid defeatedKid defeatedKid
Kid Gleason of this city citySECOND citySECOND citySECOND
SECOND PHELPS ARE VICTORS VICTORSThe VICTORSThe VICTORSThe
The second Phelps defeated the Holy HolyCross HolyCro HolyCross
Cross Cro A C by 30 to 16 16The 16The 15The
The features were the long runs of ofBrown orBrown ofBrown
Brown and Feldman and the th line buck bucking buckIng bucking ¬
ing of Miller for Phelps and for the theHoly theH theHoly
Holy H ly Cross Croa Cady and Sulu
SOMERSAULT WINS WINSFOR WINSFOR WINSFOR
FOR ALEXANDRIANS ALEXANDRIANSThe
The Gaelic football team of this nty ntywas ilY ilYwas itYwas
was defeated by 10 to 5 yesterday ye terday by the theAlexandria th thAlexandria theAlexandria
Alexandria Reserve ReserveAn RellerntlAn ReservesAn
An amusing incident occurred In the thasecond theseeord thesecond
second half when the Gaelics were on onthe ontbe onthe
the Reserves Sdyard line Myers Myersof Myersot Myersof
of the local loeA team was called on to take takethe takethe takethe
the ball which hlch he carried to the theyard 5 5yard 5ard
yard ard line where hfre he stumbled turned a acomplete acomplete scomplete
complete somersault somt > rsault and placed the thepig thopig thepig
pig skin behind the goal posts
ParKer rlier Bridget a Co I Pa Ave and Ninth St I ParKer Bridget a a 2 CoElegance Co CoElegance CoEleance
Elegance Eleance and Correctness in inParker inParker inarer
Parker arer = Bridget BridgetClothing Clothing for MenParkerBridget Men MenParkerBridget en enParkerBridget
ParkerBridget Clothing has won its fame by byreason I i ireason
reason of its excellence Constantly advanced in its itsideas itsideas itsideas
ideas presenting first in readyforservice the th style stylechanges stylechanges stylechanges
changes as they are brought out by the best tailors tailorsFabrics tailorsFabrics tailorsFabrics
Fabrics are of sterling quality in the choicest patterns patternsand patternsand patternsand
and only such as we ve care to sponsor The highest highestskill highestskill highestskill
skill and utmost carefulness guide its making procur procuring procuring procuring ¬
ing for each garment not only the maximum of smart smartness smartness smartness ¬
ness and perfection of fit but so executing the details detailsof detailsof detailsof
of construction constructionthe the hidden workmanship worlmanshipthat that the thesmartness thesmartness thesmartness
smartness and fit stay with the garment during its itslong itslong itslong
long period of service sen ice Do you wonder that the thegreatest thegreatest
I greatest gr atest clothing business centers hereBUT here hereBUT hereDUT
BUT PROBABLY THE MOST POTENT REASON OF ALL ALLFOR AL ALFOR ALtiFOR
FOR THE PRESTIGE OF THIS ESTABLISHMENT AND THEBIGNESS THE THEBIGNESS THEBIGNESS
BIGNESS OF ITS BUSINESS IS S THAT VITH ALL THE EX EXCELLENCE EXCELLENCE EXCELLENCE ¬
CELLENCE AND SUPERIOR CHARACTER OF PARKER PARKERBRIDGET PARKERBRIDGET PARKERDRIDGET
BRIDGET CLOTHING THE PRICES HAVE ALWAYS BEEN THE THELOWEST THELOVEST THEL0IVEST
LOWEST KNOWN FOR HIGHGRADE GOODS GOODSMens GOODSiVieDS GOODSMens
Mens Suits SuitsMens 1200 to 3500 3500Mens 3500Mens
Mens Raincoats RaincoatsMens 1500 to 4000 4000Mens 4000Mens
Mens Overcoats OvercoatsFull X1500 1500 I5 OO to 5000 50OUFvli 5000FuH
Full Dress Suits SuitsTuxedo 3500 to 5000 5000Tuxedo
Tuxedo Suits 2500 to 4500 4500A 4500A II I IA
A Strong Line of Boys Overcoats OvercoatsReefers 495 4 95 I IReefers r
Reefers and Suits at atThe atThe atThe = = = = = = = =
The average woman whose duty it maybe may be to clothe her boys desires io expend expendabout expendaUout
Ii about SioO 500 for a suit of clothes or overcoat as she knows this price should command commandclothing commandclothing
clothing of o guaranteed gu ranteed quality and atld high igh character It does at this store storein in fact it i buys
far better clothing here than is IS obtainable anywhere else There is IS not a garment in In our ourgreat ourgreat ourgreat
great SW95 495 line which is not worth from SlOO S 100 to 200 more The arrival of new lots
during the past week has greatly strengthened this line accordingly every demand can
be met
BOYS COMBINATION co mINATION SUITS with two pairs pairsof pairsof pairsof
of pants pantsregular regular and bloomer Doublebreasted DoublebreastedBelt
Belt Coat or Norfolk Jacket fash fashioned fashIoned fashfonwl ¬
ioned of stylish etlt h cngslmeros Cfl88merCII and andScotch fl < t f r
Scotch mixtures mbtu All size sizes from 6 6to 6to 3 > 4 U 9 5 K Kto
to 18 years JBCO 00 and 650 650 values at atBOYS atBOYS 7 J JBOYS
BOYS JUVENILE SUITS embracing Rus Husslan Russian Russian
sian and sailor satioretylesfashioned no styles tIesfalJhlond fashioned of ofplain ofphdn ofplain
plain blueaerges cheviots cheviots and fancy Cj A f p
fabrics sixes S to 12 I years ttM CiIt and andfe50 and46o 3 > 4 l US 9 5
fe50 46o 60 values at atBOYS atBOYS J JBOYS
BOYS RED REEFERS made from a super superior sup superlor r rlor ¬
lor grade r rude do of red flannel Venetian lined bottom bottomtons bottomtacc bottomfaced
tacc faced black velvet chet collar brass or black but buttons buttons
tons also suitable for little girls Rlrlssiaas K1rlsslzo girlssizes
sizes slzo fron fro 3 to 10 0 years fars Never Neverbefore
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