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LIVE SPORTS jssXr
Within Week; Gleason Gets Trial
6 iffmen's Star Outfielder Expects to Practice With Outfit To
day, Wires Being Removed From Moutli List Will Be
Shown Cantillon for Him to Choose Four Men.
yde Milan will this afternoon prac-
It! with the Nationals, and within a
k he will be back at his old place,
TMs was the announcement of Grif
today after he had had a talk
Ml the wires have been removed
m the fractured jaw bones and all
It at Milan needs is enough of gradual
h rk to bring him back to the physical
Ic dition In which he was when he
met with the accident," declared the
If he keeps his engagement, a young
ster ramed Gleason, from te semi-pro
fields of Greater New Tork, will this
a ''ernoon practice with the Griftmen.
was. highly recommended to .Griffith I
le tne auonais were in .ew iotk. "" ;. c ",,ir v,ost ovnlnlnR
promised to beon hand today. gS&3 wonont
he deal by which Henri Rondeau game and lost the other on Manhattan
,es to Washington from Minneapolis island yesterday.
VhrtWGrfffithwolTd1 have ParUcular nte"j atUched to to
. up a certain four men for the day's game as It marks the first ap-
,her T MnrS AtheCS!re ' PonTof" baYiball'wmlike hJTwork
t now it develops that tne agree- r "f, " " j,..i tt. v,. hon th
... with Minneapolis rnade ,by Mike ; 4 'e fiction. f He as beenthe
hoe, was that CanUlIon would hae fgttmni home with even as cood a
choice of any four from a list of , rd m thev have made. Mitchell Is
n that Grlffithow has p anted in re o a w He
e and word is now being awaited as
or imuuj " 7Zi ",
which quartet Minneapolis selects
m a list of about twenty names.
'ke Kahoe, who has scouted
ough the South, the Vest, and the
Invest, made a report to Griffith
av The sout will leave hcru
rtly to civp the sc.-ond look over
a number f rron-llnz playe'3
impressed him when he cae
m the "Double rt" on the other
rifflth today wrote to Charlottes-
- inquiring ns to the condition of
sr Vcff the intielder who was ent
e threatened wilh typhoid fever
re the Nationals left for the in-
slon that ended yesterday. It has
m reported thut NefT has decided
nit tne game fallowing the 'lix-
-iicciient which 'ie recei"ed
ugh 'he illness and the manager
,n's f leain oractlv how much
t there fc In tnls rumor.
" tl- the pennant practically conceded
Ih .atlelphla by as great a gap as
tr iefi": desire to open in tle re-
ainlng weeks of the season, the Na-
.ais goal is now second place. From
s posr'lon they are now two and one-
games separated from Boston.
Boston is today mtfting Chicago and
- men from Illinois are usually as
ublesome to the men of Massachu
's as are the men from Missouri for
jse of the District.
ion Ayers' masterful exhibition of
"h rg was what saed the Nationals
sterday at New York. It was one
the greatest games the Virginian
s ever twirled since his ascendency
the major ranks. But once did the
ew Yorkers really threaten an. tni
as in the sixth when Mallei led off
h a double, but was nipped at third
en he tried to stretch his hit.
To the relief of Ayers .came Mike
ehe'i with a home-run smash that
e the only run of the game.
try time Walter Johnson goes Into
e eighth Inning with a three-run lead
a team of such admitted batting
ikness as New York. It's the longest
of odds that he will be returned an
sy wlrner. But -esterday was the
TIaing pitched superbly for seven in
'gs the king fell iTnominlouslv In
closing rounds In the eighth he
owed a pair of passes and gave three
s. This gave the Chancemen two
ns thai drew them up to within one
' what appeared to be a commanding
Big League Biffers of a
Miller, Cards 2 2 4 1.000
Truesdale, Yanks 111 1.000
Miller, Reds Ill 1.000
Gonzales, Reds., Ill 1.000
1 Bergham'r, Reds 1 1 1.000
I Mclnnen, Macks 4 3 5 .750
j Magee, Phillies.. 4 3 3 .750
I Grant, Giants ..4 3 3 .750
i Mitchell. Griffnien 3 2 5 .667
! Maisel, Yanks!.. 3 2 3 .667
I Jackson, Naps... 3 2 2 .607
Peck'pagh, Yanks 3 2 2 .667
WHAT YOU' SAY; GRIFF'S PENNANT HOUND IS NO RETRIEVER HE PROVES IT EVERY TIME OUT
advantase for the Griffmrfn. In the
ninth his -work was even more puerile.
He gave a pass to the first man, fell
in attempting to field a bunt on the
next; then came a sacrifice hit and a
boot by McBrlde. and a wild pitch, net
ting the Tanks the two runs that were
necessary to give them a half of the
day's double bill.
From -where came Johnson's sudden
attack of wildness no one knows It was
one of those things that cannot be ex
plained about baseball. But when It
did arrive the big pitcher was helpless,
and had an ordinary spectator visited
the park for the afternoon without
knowing either of the pitchers he would
have picked Ayers as the star and
Johnson the one who might some day
develop into a great pitcher. Ayers
was as steady as a perfectly regulated
pendulum, while Johnson was most er-
ratio wnen u appeareu -
hard, can throw as well or netter tnan
nnv man on the club, is fast, although
his style of running does not Indicate
great ppeed. and, withal, is popular
with his new messmates and should
soon be well up on the popularity list
among the fans.
To the combination of weak hitting
and pltchlnt- wildness that at times
challenged description, may be blamed
for the failure of the Nationals to come
home "with a more Impressive record
than eleven victories in twenty-one
Sweeping through St Louis and De
troit In pood shape and six wins to two
defeats was the record in these two
cities Then came the setbacks at
Cleveland and Chicago. The spirit or
the team naturally waned after these
experiences as the Athletics were all
the while galloping alone at a speed
thit was widening the pap that waq
wrecking all the pennant ambitions and
aspirations of the Griffmen.
At Philadelphia the club pathered It-
J self together to make Its final stand.
One look at the two teams In action,
however, was enough to convince even
the most biased that if it is to be
cither Washington or Philadelphia, It is
the Athletics for 1314
Barrinc the Chicago Cubs when they
were trimming the Detroit Tigers in the
world's series, the writer has never
seen a team superior to the one that
Connie Mack is driving pennantwnrd.
The pitchers who wavered in the early
season have come back, the clouting
brigade that has caused dread in the
heart of every pitcher who ever faced it
is as good as It ever has been, which
is fulsome praise, while the fielding
could hardly be improved upon.
When one team is winning twenty
three out of twenty-live games and the
other Is losing ten out of twenty-one
it is not hard to decide which is the
Yesterday's games showed that Frank
Chance or co more has his pitchers in
good shape. Warhop gave Avers a
m'ghty battle and In the second game
Fisher. Ktatlng. and Pleh each per
formed creditably, although uncertain
fielding was a decided handicap to tho
three In their terms of sirvice.
THE BOX SCORE.
WASHINGTON NEW YORK
An ii ii a i-.
4 0 u 0 I
4 113 1
Boone.:b . o 4 1 v
tialey.lf. . J 1 l o
I'ook. rt 2 0 1 l u
4 0 S 1 b
3 1 2 4 0
Cr.cf 4 14 0 1
Alullen.lt. 4 18 0 1
0 4 0 0
Mrllrlde.ss 3 0
2 4 2 1
Almmlth.c 2 I
1 opiaUel.Jb. 3 13 3 1
Johnson. p .
0 13 0
10 0 10
10 0 0 0
Totali... 27 525 IS 2.
heatlnE.n. 0 0 0 0ft
1'leli.p 0 0 0 0 0
Truesdale. 1 1 0 0 0
Totals. . 32 S 27 IS 4
On out when winning run nat (cored.
tHatted for Fisher in fifth.
(Batted fo.- Keating In seventh.
IBatted for Pleh la ninth.
Washington 010 100 109 3
New York 000 000 022 I
Runs Morgan (3). Daley, Mullen, Maisel,
Truesdale. hint base on errors Washing
ton, 2; New York. 1 Two-base hits Mitchell.
Cre, Alnsmlth Three-base hit Foster
Sacrifice hit Shanks (2). McBrlde, Boone
Stolen bases Morgan, I'ecklnpaush. Left on
bases New York. 9: Washington. 4. Double
plas Alnsmlth to Morgan; lioone to Mullen;
Morgan to McBrlde to Gandil. First base on
balls Off Fisher, i, orf Keating. 2: ofT
Johnson, S. Struck out By Fisher, 2: by
Keating, 1, by Johnson. I Hit by pitcher
By Keating. 1 Wild pitches Johnson, 2.
Hits Off Fisher, 3 In 5 Innings, off Keating.
1 In 2 Innings, off Pieh, 1 In 2 innings. Um
piresMessrs. Connolly and Chill. Tim of
gams 1 hour and it mlnutas.
Milan Will Play With Griffs in a Week, Says
I. Howard, 3b.
C. Walker, If.
La van, es.
Shaw, p. j
Game at 3r80 p. m.
America Not to Send
Challenge for Polo
The polo Association will not chal
lenge England for the International
Polo Cup next year. Chairman H. L.
Herbert made the official announce
ment to "Billy" Rocap, o Philadelphia,
to whom he wrote:
"I suppose we will have to hold the
challenge for the big 'polo cup until
the military men of England get
through with their duties on the field
of battle. It would not be good sports
manship to invite them to the polo
field wnen they are not altogether pre
pared.'" Accordlnp to the English sporting pa
pers, sports of all sorts are progress
ing in England lust as if nothing war
like had happened, nor is it certain
that the polo challenge would be rejec
ted if sent. The Hurlingham Club Is in
a position to put a very gine civilian
team on the field, with Buckmaster,
Freako , and Lord Wodehouse as a
Play Benefit Game.
The second baseball game of the
summer for the benefit of the Chil
dren's Home at Alexandria will be
played here tomorrow between the
employes of the Washington-Virginia
railway and the Alexandria police.
Lawrence I'.ulgelt will twirl for the
tralr.mpeii. The line-ups: Police
Helms, right field II. IShlott. left Held;
W. Smoot. center liold- IS. LIpps. shrt
stop; Budtfiule. second base; 1. Gor
man, third b.ihe H. Muiphy. first
base. W. C.Uon, pltcliet , F. Garrev,
catcher. Railway -Cl!ft. center field;
Adams thii.l base. Putuitt, ishnrtstnp;
Highland, se end Sase. Sprlgman,
1rt base. Evans and Slllex. catchers;
Hunlgtitor, light field: Mason, left
neld; Beanli and I'aduett, pitchers.
CHICAGO, Aug. 17 Lavender pitched
a firm game yesterday against the
Dodgers, and although the visiting
batters succeeded In getting four hits
they could not get within hnillnir ill-
tance of the plate even once. Allen.
who twirled for the dodgers, was
touched up for eight bingies and Hire
runs. Score: It.H.E.
I Dodgers 0 (mo t0 4 j
; Cuba (WO i 01x 3 S (J
Batteries Doders. Allen and McCar
I thy; Cubs, Ijavendcr and Bresnahan.
i . . . ..
wm in fcighth.
PITTSBURGH. Aug. 1R.-A six-run
rally in the eighth gave the Giants a
new lease of lifo and when the ninth
was completed they had defeated the
Pittsburgh Pirates by 7 to .1. During
the slaughter Harmon was batted out
of the box. Tesreau permitted six hits
only. The score: R.1I.E
Giants W 001' i-7 j o
Pittsburgh fO0 101 1W-3 i; n
Batteries Giants, Tesrenii, Fromme
nnd McLean: Pirates, Harmon, .Mc
Quillan ind Coleman.
Ouimet Plays Brady.
MIDLOTHIAN. IH., Aug. 18. Frin
ci Ouimet nnd .1 M Bradv, both of
MessachUKott, were among the flelii
of 135 entries In the twenty-eighth
open golf chiiir.pion.snln v'n, teed off
today. They are iiMffheil In the open
ng skirmish arid teed off at i.4"i a. rn.
The v-eatl-er is thieatetilng.
CHICAGO. Aug. 18. Because he dis
pleased President Gilmore In thicaten
lng to forfeit a game without going
through with it. Umpire Van Sycle has
been given ten days' notice of his re
lease. Red Sox Get Shorten.
BOSTON'. Aug IS. Charles Shorten,
rlghtftelder of the Worcester team, of
the New England League, haB been sol.l
to the Boston American League team.
Shorten will report at the end of the
THE WASHINGTON TIMES.
m . - i t r "
The Griffmen are home again for practically a month. Aside from
three days" in New York, September 3, 4, and 5, they will perform be
fore their friends till September 15. Their battle is for second' place, not
for the pennant, but that should not keep the fans away. J3nly during
these last three campaigns has a Washington team been considered for a
first division berth. The OrifTmen may land in second place, if they can
manage to hit a winning streak. They are almost sure to land as high as
Winning eleven and losing ten is not a record to draw many cheers,
but when a team splits even on the road, it is doing quite well. Only for
the fact that the world's champions have copped fourteen out of sixteen
does the local team's record look so bad. But then the Mackmen are
real champions. That's all the difference in the world.
If the squabble continues between the athletic associations of the service
schools as to where their annual football games are to be played, most or us
will become tired of the whole thing, dismissing it from our minds with the
comment, "They're all hogs." Neither school has a field of its own suitable
for this game. Each school wants a large majority of the seats, no matter
where the game Is staged. The two associations will not guarantee tho stag
ing of a game for ten years In any place that has been considered, though it
requires considerable financial outlay to prepare a stadium for the combat.
Got together. Army and Army!
Buck Becker seems to be the class of the amateur pitchers of the Dis
trict. Twice now he has pitched winning ball In the elimination series, fan
ning twenty-one men In two games. He should hold his own against Rich
mond, If he gets Into tho finals.
"Muggsy" McGraw feels. today as he scans those box scores
The road of .the Giants is becoming more and more rocky
Standing of Club.
St. Louis 52
Nov York 9
Pet win. Lose.
St. Louis at Washington.
Detroit at Philadelphia.
Cleveland at New York.
Chicago at Boston.
St Louis at Washington.
Detroit at Philadelphia.
Cleveland at New York.
Chicago at Boston.
Washington. 1. New York. 0.
Standing of Clubs.
Pet Win. Lo
Bt. Louis ...
.57S .553 .073
.519 .553 .6
n27 .532 .523
..'ID .523 .511
4Cfi .471 462
402 .467 .457
456 .462 .452
.413 .413 -4J3
Boston at Cincinnati.
Brooklyn at Ch'cago.
New York at Pittsburgh.
Ph.ladelphla at bt. l.ou!3.
New York at Pittsburgh.
Boston at Cincinnati.
Brooklyn at Chicago.
Philadelphia at bt. Louis.
Boston. 11. Cincinnati. 1.
Boston. 5. Cincinnati.
Chicago. 3. Brooklyn, 0
New York. 7; Pittsburgh. S
St. Louis, 4; Philadelphia. 1.
Standing of Clubs.
Chicago ... 00
Indianapolis . 5S
St Louis 49
Kansas City 46
Pittsburgh . . 47
pet win. Lose.
Brooklyn at Kansns City.
Buffalo at St. Loul- ,
Baltimore nt CWeag0-
mttsburgh at Indianapolis.
Brooklyn at Kansas City.
Uuffalo at St. lJ-
Baltimore at Chicago.
Pittsburgh at Indianapolis.
TtrnrVlvn i. Willi BUB -liy,
Indianapolis. S; FlttJbtirsta.T.
A LITTLE OF EVERTHING.
By "BUGS" BAR.
Don't like to insinuate any more
than absolutely necessary, but
thought that Ump Sheridan would
like to hear that the Panama canal
is open to travel.
Golfers aren't a bad lot on the
whole. Some credit Is due keu
Watson for refraining from clalmJng
to have done a hole In three-quarters
of a stroke.
Mike Kahoe sprained a glim scouting
over tho land of the free and the home
of the brave for big league matcilal.
Mike will be at the game today. No
"St Looey plays
here today. We
Looks aB if Washington cricketers
will yet succeed In supplanting croquet
as our national pastime.
Australians have won the
Davis tennis trophy. It's of
ficially theirs as far as the
three mile limit.
Mordecai Brown Claims
Feds Have Illtreated Him
ST LOUIS, Mo., Aug. IS. "I shall
never play ball under Fielder Jones,"
said Miner Brown, manager of the
Sloufeds. today. "The papers are filled
with official statements to the effect
that Jones Is to succeed me here, but
1 have yet to be Informed of the com
ing change by President Stelnlnger
This Is unfair to me, after all tho hard
work I have done for this league."
President Gilmore says that Brown
will bo taken care of, and be will be
allowed to pick his own team. If he
cares to play In some other city. It Is
thought hero that Brown will go to
Tinker's Chicago team.
Drives Malaria Out of the System
a quod tonio xko Ai'farriZKM
t Tnrinnnwin nrnnnn
IN SERIES SPOTLESS
Looked Upon as Having Fine
Opportunity to Defend Wash
ington Amateur Title.
By KIRK C. MILLER.
Passing through the sectional series
without a single defeat registered
against It, Treasury, of the league
known by the same name. Is .today
hailed as a potent factor In the post
soascn series for the amateur champion
ship of the District of Columbia, which
will begin, possibly tomorrow. It wen
the title in Section C.
Treasury picked up its fourth straight
victory yesterday when It took the
measure of the Postofflce outfit by 5 to
1, "Lefty" Downy having done himself
proud in hurling his team to victory.
But four safeties were registered off of
Downey's offerings while the Treasury
lads landed on Ryan and Stanton for
eleven bingies. Four brilliant double
plays marked the closing game of the.
Class C schedule, three or them Deing
crowded into the first two innings.
That race in Class A is not unlikely
to go Into a tie today, when the Eastern
and Emerald A. C get together. Yes
terday, Eastern came back Into its
stride and won from Tenleytown by 7
to 2, but the Emeralds are going to do
their best today to knot the standing.
giving all three teams a new lease of
Despite the fact that Jones, vern
steln and March were all sent into the
fight to stop the Eastern lads, the lat
ter, with "Buck" Becker leading In
the defensive work, had little trouble
winning. Five wildly separated hits
were permitted by Becker, who Iboked
the best he has in any Intersections!
There seemed today to be little doubt
but that an extra day will be required
to decide the leadership in Section B.
as Brlghtwood, the weak sister of the
class meets Ninth, and the latter is
picked as an easy winner.
Such a result would make Ninth and
tlnlnn Station on even terms in the
i little competition In which they have
I thrust themselves. Should Ninth get
! time for second breath, which It, un
doubtedly, would In case of a toe. It
I Is expected to give Station the battle
J of its life for a right to play In the
I nost-seasan series, and this condition
Is not to bs unexpeciea, Dy any means.
Thompson occupied the point of vant-
n nn the Station firing line yesterday
nnd through his superior hurling, the
Rriirhtwnnd lads were humbled by 7
to 1. He struck out thirteen batters,
and kept the opposing force to five
hits, while his team amassed nine bin
gies. Steinfeldt Is Dead.
CINCINNATI, Ohio, Aug. IS. Harry
Steinfeldt. former major league ball
player, connected with various National
League clubs, died at his home In Belle
vue. Ky.. opposite this city, yesterday.
Steinfeldt was a member of the cele
brated pennant winning Chicago Na
tionals, and is the first of this former
world's champion baseball club, built
up and handled by Frank Chance, to
die. Steinfeldt had been 111 for several
years, but It was only recently that his
Illness took on a serious aspect. He was
thirty-seven years of age. and Is sur
vived by a widow.
Cards Take Opener.
ST LOUIS, Aug. 18. Fast work on
bases and hits when they meant runs
gave the Cardinals the first game of
their series with the Phillies, by 4 to 1.
Tho score: It.H.E.
St. Louis 001 101 01 t G 0
Philadelphia 000 000 1001 3 0
Batteries St. Louis, Perdue and Sny
der; Phillies. Mayer and Killlfer.
Red Sox, 4 to 2.
MANCHESTER. N. H.. Aug. lg.The
Boston Red Sox defeated Manchester
yesterday. 4 to 2. Fred Lake, the local
manager, was formerly manager of tho
Red Sox before comlnj; Into the New
England League. "Babe" Ruth was
touched up for ten hits by the home
804 17 St
The Most Important Advice
that I can offer to any man or woman
who Is suffering from any acute
chronic or special disease Is to take
Immediate steps to
Get Well. 606, Bacteria Vaccines,
and all the new serums and anti
toxins administered. Blood tests made.
Laboratory stocked with everything
the best In medicines. Ovtr 30 years'
practice In treating Catarrh. Indiges
tion Constipation, Piles. Throat.
Lung. Brain. Heart. Blood, and Skin
Diseases, Rheumatism, all stages of
Blood Poisoning. Nervous and General
Charges Low. Medicines Furnished
Of flea llourn 10 to 1 3 to t. SuodarSi
in . 13.
STANDING OF. THE CLUBS.
"Won. Lost. Pet.
Eastern 2 1 .667
Tenleytown 2 2 .500
Emeralds 1 2 .333
Eastern vs. Emeralds at Potomac
League grounds, at 6:15 p. m. Jimmy
Eastern, 7; Tenleytown, 2.
Won. Lost. Pet.
Union Station 3 1 .750
Ninth 2 1 .667
Brlghtwood 0 3 " .000
Ninth vs. Brlghtwood, at North
west Sunday School League grounds
at 6:15 p. m. Joe Handtboe, umpire.
Station, 7; Brlghtwood. L
Army-Navy Game May
Be Played at Shibe Park
The Army-Navy game may be staged
at Shlbo Park, home of the world's
champion Philadelphia Athletics. Both
service schools decline to allow the
game to be played at Potomac Park,
owing to the demands said to have been
made upon the Institutions fcr free
tickets. As this is the Navy's turn to
select the location, the Middles may
choose Shlbe Park, which can easily
hold the 40.000 seats needed. Franklin
Field is too small, and Pennsylvania
University demands one-third of the
tickets. The Navy cannot see Its way
to travel all the way to New York, the
location chosen by the Army last year.
Connie Mack has already given his
permission to have the game played at
Shlbe Park, and it is expected that the
athletic secretaries of the two service
schools will get together on this matter
within a few days.
Only One Naplander
Reaches Second Base
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. 18. Only one
Naplander reached second base yester
day against the superb twirling of Joe
Bush, star or tne lsia worlds series.
Fred Coumbe started for the Birmies
and was walloped for four runs in the
opening session. It was a soft time
for the Mackmen after that. The score:
Naps - 000 000 0000 6 0
Mackmen 400 000 01x- 8 1
Batteries Naps. Coumbe, Dilllnger,
and O'Neill; Macks. Bush and Schang.
Old Point Comfort
TUES.. THim., and SAT,
commi::ciu julv z,
71-15 A. 31.
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Leaves foot of Seventh Street Wharf
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baturdaya nnd Sundays Adults,
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Week Days Adults, 50ej Chil
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TYLER EXPECTED TO
BATLE REDS TODAY
Johnny Evers Says That the Yel
low in the Giants Will Soon
CINCINNATI. Ohio. Aug: 18. W
are on our way. boys, get off the
track," grinned' Johnny Ever, the OerT
field leader of the Braves, today.
"Those two victories yesterday reduces)
the Giants' lead by half & game). "We're,
after them and the yellow win show
before long; I've always thought that
McGraWs bunch kidded their way Into
the championship, and that they didn't
have the stuff down at the bottom.
It'll show. too. before they get horn
For today's clash with the Reds.
George Tyler, the southpaw who trim
med Crhtsty Mathewson last Saturday.
Is expected to be sent to the hill, with,
"Red" Ames or. Earl Tingling opposing-
for the Reds.
Terrific clouting gave the Braves ths
first victory yesterday. 11 to L whlls
Schneider's wildness .handed them ths
second one. The 'scores:
First game RH.E.
Braves 203 SO 01111 11 0
Reds 100 000 000-1 7 5
Batteries Braves. Rudolph and Gow
dy; Reds, Benton. Fahrer and Clark.
Second game R-H.E.
Braves 100 300 0015 7 3
Reds 000 000 003-4 7 3
Batteries Braves. James and Gowdy;
Reds, Schneider and Clark, Gonzales.
-M.(?KT 83 1
With A. H. Van Boren & Dorothy Bernard
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Next Week Girls of Moulin Rouse.
Formerly the Orpheum, 9th & D Sta.
Week of AuKUat 24.
NO WAR HERE
3.30QAQEDJII I 3.30
Washington ys St. Louis
Entrance to Pavilion on Bohrer 9
City Ticket Office, 813 1-lth St. (U to 1)
MISS CHAPPELEAR. 1J12 Q ST.
Halt and half. Brazilian Mulxe, and all
the latest dances taught.
PHONE N. 6SII.
PROP. tYYNDHAM. nt Uta N. W.. sumstea
rates; private, TSc: reductions on card; guar
ante all pupils latest !anca: phona Mala
Summer rates until Sept.
All the Latest Dances.
Belasco Theatre. M-iS2-T.
HISSES CHAMBERLAIN AND COBKS
DANCING SCHOOL. 100 .ETE ST. N. W.
Ph. Main HX Dances Every Monday evenlnx.
GI3VZR3. 1J Sfcid ST. N. W. Ph. W. 1U-.
Prt lessons any hour. We. Flshwalk. oae-
step. Boeton. Tano. Hesitation, etc Jlasa
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