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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 15, 1915.'
IS
C. E7: Freshmen and Central Meet on Basketball Floor at Arcade Tonight
INTERCITY WATCHES
CAPITAL BOWLERS
IN WILL
? t mrr, -
CENTRAL WILL MEET
Ml
HUT
From Fpul Line to Pit
Bowling Tonight.',
c. y. freshen
E AT
w
EPIPHANY
Expects Good Workout in Prep
aration for Interscholastic
j League uqdui rrmay.
1
HOLD FANS
NTEREST
Three Ten-Round Bouts on
Schedule at Ardmore Kid
Greek Itoets Baltimofean.
By BRYAN MORSE.
Central Hitch Bchool. newest entrant
In tlio , IntLTscholastlo Basketball
League, Will arct 1U first real tryout
tonight In the Kplphnny gym against
the Catholic University E'rcshrnen.
Coach Do a ran ro gave the candidates
a taste of what real' basketball looked
like when ho stacked them up against
r vainonc univcrsilv aionuay aiiernoon,
preparation for Friday's initial appearn
anco on tlio Arcade floor In the league
battle against tlio Army and Navy
I'reos.
Thoro Is considerable speculation as ia
(ho stroneth of the Central team. Games
with Kplpliany have resulted in Central
victories. The Y. JI. C. A. youngsters
wcro hundllv defeated while Friends
fc'clcct broke even In the two games
Played.
On Krldav Central will have a real
battle on Its hands, as the Army and
Navy PreD defeated Vrlends nnd stood
IUd well boforo Western in two practlco
cuniuHiti. (.oacii ue urange nas juar
bury, pezendorf. White. Sclden, Gatchet,
CIssol. Head, and Miller In tow, and Is
confident of whipping a fast team Into
shape for tho loner schedule this win
ter. Little Is known of tho strcnirth of the
Catliolic University Freshmen, but they
will bo bulky and fast from all Indica
tions. Tho Central basketball team has
n large following and Is bound to at
tract attention this winter.
Tho Interscholastic League moguls
will get together tonight for the pur
pose of closing up all details Incident to
starting the games at the Arcade on
Friday afternoon. Lists of numbered
players will be given out for tho press,
and conches will agree us to tho method
of sliding In vogue on tho floor ut tho
Arcade.
Several features of the snort this win
ter will bo announced. Durinir the halves
and after the games there will bo dan
cing at the Arcade. In addition as a
regular feature there will be skating.
IIih regular athletic association tickets
plus R cents will admit to tho games.
Doublehcuders will be played Friday
and slnglo games Tuesday. An orches
tra will bo in attendance to furnish
music during the afternoon.
.
Catholic University took en Business
nnd "Western in practice at the Arcado
yesterday afternoon. The Business
aulnt went for fifteen minutes against
tho C. U. players, while Western stay
ed In for two flftcen-mlnute halves.
Both schoolboy quints acquitted them
selves creditably. There Is little ques
tion that these schools will furnish the
fans with some fine basketball this win-
t.lA A.inlMtlni. hattnacn tl.u ... la n.r
' pected to draw out a banner crowd.
it win De remembered that western
and Business wero tied up for the tltlo
last season. Western won the playoff,
bt on tho season the margin In Javor
of Western was only two points In four
games played.
Bec"auso of the nature of ihe entries In
tonight's intercity boxing carnival at
ton Ardmoro Club, unusual Intoreat
centers In tho program. In each of tho
three ten-round bouts. Washington ooys
are being pitted against Baltlmorcans,
and In the preliminary two strictly local
lads arc to mix things for four rounds.
Kid Greek, a distinctly local product.
Is meeting Harry Glenn In what Is tout
ed as tho feature event, but tho other
two ton-round affairs hold a Ukc amount
of favor with the fans. Young Thomas
scran with Soldier Epstein will bo
watched with a critical oyo by tho host
of admirers of the Waahlngtonlan as
wilt the s-o between Bert Green nnd
Kentucky Smith.
. For a curtain raiser, LaFont&tnc has
mated Soldier Youmr and Jack Boland.
Thev will fight four rounds. Tho Graek
la said to be In the best of condition
slnco he was first taken In hand by
Peto Baum. and although tho latter
has had little time to devoto to his
charge. Tommy Lowe and Jerry Mc
Carthy have rounded tho llttla Latin
Into what Is considered his best form.
Fires were startod early today In tho
two big stoves in the Ardmoro arena,
and tho spectators will bo comfortable
during tho bouts.
A. A. U. WILL DECIDE
PROTEST NEXT WEEK
Carroll Instltuto cross-country "ath
letes and those Interested In the recent
championship cross-country race held In
Baltimore and protested by Carroll on
account of the shortness of tho course,
will bo forced (o tiwalt a decision of the
A. A. U. commltteo on Tuesday next.
At a meeting hold at Carroll Institute,
Chairman Burdlck said he. would ask
the proper authorities of tho A. A. U.
for power to make a decision In tho
matter.
It would appear that H. T. Gebbs, the
Baltimore man who had charge of the
recent raco, 'is at fault In having tho
course too fehort. Carroll men protested
thut the title race should bavo been at
a distance of lx and one-half miles,
and that they had no idea that the
course was a little more than half that
distance.
Testimony produced by Carroll men
before Chairman Burdlck, J. M. Bat
talia, and W. Dean tended to show that
Gebbs, who was in chargo of the. raco,
failed to notify the Washington contin
gent of the short course. The Balti
more man will give his side of the ar
gument later.
Dr. Burdlck eald he thought It would
be impossible to recall the medals
uwarded and thought It would bo an in
justice to tho .participants to take back
the medals. A proposal Is under 'way
to regard tho event as a cross-country
run. w
ouonanTOWN commercial duckpin
LEAGUE.
C. P. AM Co. Col. Band Drde.
U 18 M
81103 M
,.-. M in, ,F ....-
Bmoot "4 78 ICMcDermott..
Heck
Warren
Ah ....
8
.7
03
112 ST
81 107
OS ISO
Totals..... m5tl
MrAbay ..,. 8S fi 81
Kearney..,. 87 14 07
Walker. )M 1 US
Freeman..,, u 107 9
Kenton.,,,.,. 03 01 87
Ualtasher..
uavia ...
Callan ...
.i M 1M
88 1W
N 8 eS
Totals..,,, 4S4 415 4tl
MurtauKh Bhor.
Collin JM.W 70
Heard 79 80 101
I. Murtautii 71 102 85
Bromley ... 80 81 81
MorJurlty.... 07 87 W
Total 460 4W 4721 Totals,.... 431428 429
I'OBTOFFICE DUCKPIN KEAOUE.
InannntlAn
ItlRCllI 110
Matlaok 'lot
Hlatt )t
Wiltmer .... 07
Hill 75
Damhart
Crlssey.,
Matuson.
Nerc ....
Pearson.,
v, a. b.
87 S
78 78
01107
100
104 81
Totals 4(9 431 iHy Total. 465 Ml Jul
T. ST. C. A. DUCKPIN LEAGUE.
UUtiw
Rcott 83 78 7t
Wilton si (9 CO
larweii 105 107 joj
Mohicans,
Funic
Miller. 78
Summer,.., 87
18 101
03 87
M K3
Total K 4 jtl Total !U MT 214
DEPARTMENTAL DUCKMN LBAQUE.
Auditor. Land.
rSDter M 1ft (. ir.mv.
- --- ....... -- - ., ..,,., ra
''" l' 7a Allen 88
llelfT 9 85 102 MIkeaelt 93
iinmAn . . n, , u,. ...
d" .-: -VY ; "
ncitinan iof 93 ivz
Total 477 4471
ino won rou-orr
U IS
87 110
ftl 1IT
87 100
Kr(uson.... 10 lot 118
Total Uxl'Cl lit
iNTsnnunEAu cuckpin ltsaque.
Publication.
Culllnan.
o-Nall ,ui,
Moore...,,,,
Younir
Wlraer
I
83 92
SI 73
87 M
88 110
93 14
Total 432 408 4
AOrMllnta
McNeil lis'
lienner
FViran ..
Kemper.,
Lourin...
Total.
si
101
80
M
S3 92
81 93
99 104
79 113
84 1U
483 tit 517
CAPITAL CITY DUCKPIN LBAQUE.
TlllflrtM UllAnlal.
Taylor 77 87 103
Jerrnan 104 W 09
K-raus 104 91 110
Prlos 83 100 111
uocr 104 91 R7
tCMatorn
C. Poaton... 8S 85 103
Flllln u m s-.
PitU 89 103 94
TIrnMrn t oa La
flllln K3 85 83
Total.. .. 4fJ 453 Kl Total 427 448 4
WASHLVOTON CITY TENPIhT LEAGUE.
vujiiimwionen. Iroquol
Tlmtnsn
MaoNulty.'ii
nay
Altera
Hwatcart...
Total
JIf H? JUlS,er 1MW7 1J3
"5 Ullfr, "I 181 in
181 118 IWiBeatpn 137 131 141
I TAtalM
ktX Ht SK
K.V1QHTS OF COLUMBUS DUCKPIN
LEAGUE.
lunm .
o'Leary....
Donohoe...
Sanell......
T. Murt'b.
McCaleb...
Cardinal,
79 88
est ..
.. iw
90 1)1
8S t
1M 9
Total 4ti 482 47.
McKnttht.
IRulIlvnn
uenttner...
Merkllnr...
McAulirte..
McCarthy..
109 105
K U
tl 77
89 1
n va, 103
Total 454 491 471
, ItECLAMATION
P. and B. .
Bersh Oi 21
McChesney.. 79 91
Carr 103 125
DUCKPIN LEAOUE.
Draft Inz.
n Koontz 75 '5 75
sr. Leverone.... 78 70 73
90 Ilotendorn.. SO 60 W
Total zn 317 KSl Total SU 135 41
WASHINGTON POST DUCKPIN LEAOUE.
Caxton.
Nelaon 70 77 84
F.IIranJt... 103 M 88
Mann 78 93 8.1
Wallace 97 89 79
Waldellvb... 7 90 9s
' Total..,.. 417 433 432
Fauat.
Feeney 7 73 105
Itledel 118 77 81
Covert 110 81 95
Ferber 93 4 80
Sleigh 103 S3 91
Total 499 0Owi
Devlnne
Scrivener... 81 87 83
Peden.,
MoAlwe..,
Maclaren..
Lone
83 94 90
92 M 1U0
93 V 97
11 VI 80
Total 431434 454
Franklin.
Dorset 89 J03 79
Blocker 92 84 90
Patterson... W m S3
Bander 100 89 lw
a.lirandt. .. 91 M 113
Total... . 442 4(0 474
SOUTIIWESTEIIN DUCKPIN LBAQUE.
Jlruniwlck.
Ilrewer. 83 84 77
Helnhoch... 71 80 77
CNcll 72 83 81
Avery..,,..,. 94 I'l 95
Lewli 108 1M DO
rti.ftiiifMH
aodrtarO.,,,, 98 $0 103
Fowler 109 lot in
Arnold (K 93 m
Hell 102 113 04
Woodward.. 93 mj
Total...,. 430 443 4201 Total 4S 480 4
'SOUTHBAST DUCKPIN LEAGUE.
Anacostla.
Solhock 93 88 79
I4'nch : 92 84 87
McGratli 95 1 94
McCombe.... 87 89 74
riles 85 Hi 122
Model Lunch.
Cttrrlitan..., 89 1M M
Itelchard.,,, 119 102 98
Whalley,.,., 94 S3 110
llorman.,... m m tu
M'Uer 83 8!) 103
Total 453 442 45fi Total 409 479 457
PATENT EXAMINErtfl1 LDAQUE.
ff.hnnlr.
Thompaon.t 91 97 105
Ueckert...... 73 84 83
Schmeld 75 87 83
Dummy 75 75 73
Uolllttr.,,.. 120 89 93
Total 444 414
NOItTHEABT
Ilosedale.
Stanton.,... 102 102
JanKhan.
SeabrlRht.
Dors.......
May hew..,
Hasan....
Tllumtna a.
jybter 93 'ot 87
Albrecht... 93 81 79
Stlnchnald.. 84 90 88
Neal 103 113 154
445 Total 454 491 4S0
DUCKPIN LEAOUE.
7(
.. 75
94 104
99 113
94 102
Navy Yard,
Clarke 83 jm
Frydell 81114 103
Mccormick, 1M m 94
Hotler 9.1 90 111
Keith 101 91 83
Totals WWIW
Total 437 485MJ
COMMEItCtAL ALLEY LBAQUE,
S. O. Co.
Edmund.., 103 90 01
Dnenden,... 77 103 M
Flllln 80 80 80
Guy 91 1JC 84
iiareett 81 101 Ml
Corby.
Nab 81 82 87
Caru; :h, 71 9;
Fillln. .,..,.. SO KO 80
naulln, 104 M 100
Drake 92 9.1 73
Total... . 414H2 4451 Total.,..
'MA60NIO LEAGUE.
Geo. C.
Stambury,
(Elaeman.... 94 101 97
IleAll 80 79 92
Itartlf 101 90 10.1
Klnr 95 103 101
Hdlley 1Z7 113 119
Total 4J8 494 512
jbnon.
Wood 99
Iecklo...
Schaefer.
Meal 78
53 101
87 09' 102
9 U 78
88 73
Dummy 80 M 93
A Ken
linneka.....
Milt Hacr.
Howell
Moo Iiaer.
Total 458 4(5 494
Naval.
453 429 431
Wbltlna-.
. 95 84 91
. 81 103 103
. 91 90 94
. S7 95 101
. 89 IS 101
Mllitead.
Mack
Pole
linker.
Hlidebrand.
108 91 84
84 75 K)
114 tt 79
83 83 79
95 71 81
Total , 423 434 4471 Total 484 412 413
COMMERCIAL DUCKPIN LEAGUE.
Evenlna- Star,
ItodHck 90 107 97
Whltford..
Isemann..
Crampton.
Mccarty...
V) 83 117
94 87 91
89 ri 91
84 93 101
Total 449 442 491
narber ft Itutm.
90 83
J.Johnion
Oyster.....
Warnk ..
Tnmpkln,
We Wei....
80 M
94 91
84 8T
78 8.1
General Daklnr.
Helnzman,. 91 101 S3
Martin 88 85 10S
Foator. 92' 91 92
nittenhouie. 93 93 89
Duckett 102 110 131
Total, . .
Judd is.
McCeney..
Hanrn
McKay.. .
Morrlaon..
HaHe
Total 434 433 4lol Total ...
AnCADE LEAOUE.
. 449 484 U3
DWwclIer.
. 99 113 91
. 77 83 97
. 75 91 104
. 104 107 92
92 9 83
. 448 W 471
Banker.
Malcolm 89 94 92
Patteron... 91 93 131
Rbbert 94 'M M
Dwyer 104 110 107
Mann 77 82 94
Arcadian.
Ivwcaaler... 110 90 91
Murrell.
01en
Humphrey..
Clark
85 91 K
ire S9 10)
85 110 110
32 100 99
CINCH HAGERSTOWN
Former Lead of 23? Pins Is In
- creased to 501 When Mary
landers Visit Washington.
Total 431473 003' Total 4C5 480 48C
INTERSTATE BOWLING ASSOCIATION,
Docket. Stenography.
Barnea 73 87 81 Smith 85 85 11
Balxer 87 94 101 Grumblne. . 93 St -,3
Ollll 84 .. .. Reynold. .. 73 "I
Panlaon si 78 81 McAulHTr. . 91 S3 S
Jenaon 71 97 85 Dlamondun 85 91 79
BulTen.. 74 S3 . .
SI". --;- Total..... 435 433 4
Total 410 432 411
INTEnLAUNDRY DUCKPIN LEAGUE.
Manhattan.
Faff ell 81 87 W
Billow ... . II M W
Bonnette 85 74 83
Total. . . . 159 259 17 4
Ellle.
Gardner ? I1
Roll 90 84 83
Wilcox 92 94 S!
Total
2C1 K3 240
Bomethlnir of the excellence .of Wash
Initton's bowlorn as well as tho stylo of
Ramo rolled hero was proven when th
Iseman All-Stars boosted their, advan
tage over tho ilaKerstown team to 501
Dins. It was the second block of a sorloa
o ten Kaincs. tho first of which was
rolled at Hafferstown on Thanksgiving
Dav.
The series was pronounced a distinct
success by all of the bowlers nnd fans
who followed tho teams, and further
bowlfna- relations with tho Maryland
era are assured as a result of this Ini
tial meotlnsr. The visitors at the Grand
Central Palace last nlsht promised to
patronise tho A. c. B. A, tournament
to" b held hero In the prinff.
The scores of all the frames.
At Hacerstown
HAOER&TOWN.
PhllllDS 104 H2 100 131 116
Moats ........ Ill 101 10S 91 Va
Nicely ,. 122 in 1:3 va si
Downln , 114 ISA 91 93 89
Kyler 83 93 84 103 97
Totals ' 633 U2 016 CS3 Cs
s ALL-STABS.
Crl 129 103 95 123 lOo
Iseman 127 123 112 120 117
"arlov 107 1M Hi 121 127
Mlchaud 152 113 12S 143 124
Baum 114 104 117 118 99
Totals 629 HJ7 "cw G23 "t67
At Woshlncton
WASHINGTON.
M'chaUd 100 103 93 108 100
Jscfnann .... lift cm in ii in.
crf1 87 9t 104 104 82
"arrol 114 91 111
"um 102 104 151 113 UK
Total . 3 t;o m J3j 7
HAGERSTOWN.
Pnl'as 87 104 89 94 99
Mt 94 91 102 87 83
Jphnaon m 1M 91 79 91
N'l 91 124 137 111 95
Carochan 94 81 tS 89 S3
Total 493 514 498 442 470
Wahlnt-ton'a total. nrt five came, 2,943:
total, econd (lve game. 2,C12j grand total,
v,G2j.
llagertn total, ftrt five runet, 2,751:
touii. eond.flv game, 2,413; frrand total,
J, ici.
Wuihlnifton' adi-antage, C01 pint.
Moran Signs.
NEW YOniC, Dec. lS.-Pat Moran to
day signed a thrce-yedr contract aa
manager of tho Philadelphia Nationals.
President Baker announced ho and Mo
ran had como to an agreement and that
Pat had signed. Tho salary called for
In tlio contract was not stated.
Would Be Too Bad.
"Prisoner, have you anything to
say?"
"Only this, your honor. I'd bo mighty
sorry if th" young lawyer you assigned
to me was ever called upon to defnnd
nn Innocent man." Clovelnnd Plain-
Dealor.
INTERVIEW INGRAM
Navy Football Coach Wants
.Griffith's Trainer, and Ar
rangement May Be Made.
Mike. Martin, the .trainer of tho
"WnshlnRton baseball team, who Ia
sought by thp "United States Naval
Academy football authorltlos to con
dition their prldlioners, la to seo
Head Conch Ingram today or tomor
row when some conclusion In the
matter will bo reached. Martin stands
nt the top of his profession, as his
long experience has given him 9. bet
tor Insight Into training than any
man now in tho business with the ex
ception of Harry Tuthlll. conditioner
of tho Detroit "TlBcra and Army foot
ball team
Should Martin make connections at
Annapnlln'the position he will hold In
relation to Tuthlll will bo singular.
Here nro ,the two oldest men In tho
training business, so old in fact that
neither remembers when the other
was not a trainer. Tuthlll has put
Army' recent elevens Into rare form,
working; on tho candidates only after,
tho regular baseball season had
closed. If Martin can' react; a similar
arrangement with Coach Ingram, ho
win ,n ft 8onso be competlnK with hln
old friend and admirer. THthlll,
Looking over tho field of supecssful
trainers who hnvo como and gone
during the last decade say, therc
probably would be no more fitting
substitute for Old Scotty McMaster
than Mike Martin. He would indeed
be a worthy successor to tho famous
Scot, who has returned to the "bonnlo
braes' , of Scotland, and who will
probably nbt return. '
Mike Martin has been one of the most
capable men who has ever handled base
ball players In either major league. Ho
has been with Griffith ever since the
Old Fox assumed the managerial roll of
tho New York Yankees. Prom Yhero
! Martin went with Drift to Cincinnati,
and when Griffith, bought an Interest
1 In thn Washington club, ho Imported his
1 faithful trainer with him,
I Tho excellent condition in which the
I Washington players have come from
Charlottesvllls during the past threo
years nas Deen mo comment or we Na-i
tlonal League clubs that have played
exhibition games here each spring. For
this Mike Martin Is to be credited, as
J ho has had sole charge of the Grlffmeu,
land whatever their playing ability
might have been, the physical fitness
has never boen questioned. "Walter
Johnson Is a shining example of Mar
tin's handicraft when It comes to keep
Inn, his athletes In trim, and all Mike
asks from any nt his charges Is that
they don't disobey him when his back
Is turned.
Martin's srmv of frlendn in Waahlnir-
ton would rejoice to see him make some
connections at the Naval Academy that
would not tear him away from Griffith.
The trainer has already Intimated that
no win not return to isortn Carolina
A. and M. next year, and his followers
would like nothing better than to sea
him nicely lodged at Annapolis durlnsr
the football season.
Tolcplione-ncvcnue va. Contract:
Caiii.r ya, Maintenance; Engineer n.
Construotlon.
?a,f,taJ Clty-Natlpnai Laundry Vs.
Norrls Peters, - 7 ,
Georgetown Commercial Kav, Ken
vx. Georgetown Athletic Club.
Marino Corps Oloncnpo vs. Potrbc.
Pankcrs Bank of "Washington vs. Lin
coln. ,
lleclamatlon-Mnll vs, Wreckers.
lat?ons r" r8, 8tt0's -
Washlnxton City Interior . Pio
neers. Commercial Heeht vs. Penco.
Phi Mu Blgma Mu vs. Delta.
Ited Men Logan vs. Seneca at Po
tomac. ftVCYt,rl-M,,cfianeou8 vk. East.
Mt, Pleasant Security v. Columbia.
Dopartmental Commissioner va.
Agriculture,
Masonic Acacia vs. National: Colum
bia vs. Federal.
K. of C Indians vs. Columbia.
National Capital Columbians vs.
A. C. M. Y.
DIftrlct nesolutes vs. Contender.
Fourteenth Street Columbia v.
Quintets.
Arcade Nationals vs." Arziie.
AMUSEMENTS
CONTINUOUS
From 1 to i and
7:20 to 11. 2Ja and 50.
BEUSC0
"ON THE BATTLEFIELDS
OF FRANCE"
Showing- tbe battles of Champagne, Met"
ral, and other by 7,000 feet ot nw film,
covering thirteen month of war.
Truthful ana Aetna! Wf Scene.
Taken Under Fire.
Ex.-AdJ. the BARON It. da MALAUS3SNK,
of th Forelm Lesloa Ileglment u( the
Army of France, accompanied bjr
DR. WILUAU9. late of the American Hos
pital. Par!, ducribes the various one.
FOUil PERFORMANCES.
December 19. 17. 18
BOSTON GRAND QPCRA
PAVLOWA
BALLET RU9SE
MAX IUBINOFF. Managing Director.
Nights at 8. Saturday matinee at !.
Tbur. Eve., Dec. 18-"I.'Amor DelTraRe."
Followed by "8now Flakes."
Frl. Eve., Dec. 17 "Madame Butterfly,"
Followed by "Egyptian Ballet."
Sat. Mat. Dec. 18. "Cavallerla, lluttlcana."
Followed by "Orfeo" an) ''L'Ecolo
en Crinoline."
Sat. Eve.. Deo. 18-"PaglleeI,"
jronowea oy "wppeua."
PRICES, $2 le $5 oSDpPVM
ico
Theater.
CASINO SgJ!Sr
UNCLE TOM'S 01119.
MATINEE DAILY, ISo AND Kc.
NIQHTB. ISc. S3c. AND 50c.
Next Week Ktsfctina; Force of
Europe.
Roller Skating-
"CeGsesa
PEHNA.AVLAT94ST.M.W.
Dally. tOiUO to 13, St30 to 0. 71.10 U
IOiSO. America's LarRCkt and
Flneat Skjttlnp: Arena.
Wonderful Gift-Buying Opportunities Are Offered
The Perkins Shop's going out of business and the consequent enormous reductions I have made on every dollar's worth of this high-grade merchandise provide a
most unusual advantage for the gift-buyer. What men want most is here. What you will pay for it is cut to half or less.
. W. C. ALEXANDER, Trustee.
House Coats and
Smoking Jackets
Price
Bath and
Lounging Robes
There is a splendid assortment of Double-faced Cloth House Coats and Smok
ing Jackets and Blanket and Terry Bath Robes.
$9.00 to $15.00 Grade
Now
$4.50 to $7.50
Neckwear
Four-in-Hands and Bat Ties all exclu
sive patterns and new shapes.
50c and 75c Grade. 28c
4 for $1
$1.00 Grade . . . . 55c
6 for $3
$2.00 English Grade, 95c
Full Dress and Street
Vests Half Price
The latest models and best of the new
effects.
$5, $S and $7 Grades
$2.50, $3 and $3.50
' Handkerchiefs
Linen and silk, in all widths of hems.
Full stee, r
15t Handkerchiefs, 3 for 25c
25c Handkerchiefs, 2 for 25c
50c Handkerchiefs 25c
$1.00 Silk Handkerchiefs. .' 50c
$1.50 Silk Handkerchiefs 75c
as i. ,v. ..v-- .. .
$5.00 to $15.00 Grade
Now
$2.50 to $7.50
Gloves
For street and fbll dress.. Suedes, Cape
and Kid. Correct colors; perfect fitting. '
$1.50 Gloves .... 95c
$2 & $2.50 Gloves. $1.35
$2 Lined Gloves . $1.15
$1 Worsted Gloves 6Sc
Silk and Knitted .
Reefers Half Price
Rich and handsome effects plain and
combination.
$4.00 to $10.00 Grades
$2.00 to $5.00
Pajamas
Domet Flannel, Madras and Chambrav
in the most wanted colors. '' ,
$1.50 Pajamas 85c
$2 and $2.50 Pajamas $1.35
$5 and $6.00 Pajamas $2.85
All Perkins Clothes
Every Suit
Every O vercoat
Every Full Dress Suit
Every Rain Coat
$20 Suits & Overcoats, $10.00
$25 Suits & Overcoats, $12.50
$30 Suits & Overcoats, $15.00
$35 Suits & Overcoats, $17.50
$20 Balmacaan Coats, $10.00
$30 Tuxedo Coats . . $15.00
Hosiery
All sizes
Silk, Lisle and Cashmere.
best colors.
$1.00 and $1.50 Silk ... 55c
50c and 75c Silk and Cashmere, 36c
3 for $1.00
25c and 35c Lisle .... 19c
All 50a Suspenders, 28c
All 50c Garters ... 36c
All 25c Garters ... 19c
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$35 full Dress XTuxedp, $17.50
$40 Full Dress & Tuxedo, $20.00
$50 Full Dress &Tuxedo, $25.00
$5 Rain Coats .... $2.50
$10 Rain Coats $5.00
$20 Rain Coats . . . $10.00
$25 Rain Coats . . . $12.50
Shirts
Silk, Madras and Silk Mixtures exclusive
patterns.
$5.00 and $6.00 Silk . $2.45
$2.50 Madras and Silk Shirts, $1.1 5
$1.50 and $2.00 Madras, 85c
Umbrellas
Neat handles, plain or Sterling silver
trimmed. , - . s
NEW NATIONAL ?:.
Maude Adams
SAT?MATIXEB- JjJSikUJir
SAT. RIGHT , MINISTER
Tbur. A Frl. Nights
WHAT BVERY
WOMAN KNOWS
NATIONAL THEATER
Dec 17. 4:50.
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NOW ON FALE
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Geo. Mac Farlane
"TIIK NKW rilODUCEIl" CO.
Violet Dale, llnllen Fuller.
Seven Others Second the Fun.
XmM Week Phyllis Nellon-Terry, Ac.
2 Bhowa Christina, pay. I Hho. New
Year. Day. Seats on Sale for Iloth Wrekn
liOEW'S COLUMBIA
CONTINLiOCS, J0:J0 A. M. TO 11- V M.
MON, TUE.. WED-DKC. 15, U, 11
MARGUERITE CLARK
WILDFLOWER
THURB.. FHI.. SAT.. SUN.,
I,ouTllecrn In -THE UMCXOWX."
Mornlnr, Atttrnoon, 10, 15o, Nteht. JO, 15. :.
$2.00 Umbrellas
$3.50 Umbrellas"
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$1.00
$1.75
Mat. Dally, tic. Uve... Jio. Wc. T3o.
AM. THIS WEBK.
TOO MANY COOKS
WITH A. II. VAX nuni:.
SOI VKNIH MATINHR TODAVv
NBXT WKEIC "MAH'Zpm: "
EXCURSIONS
FxommBj
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Baltimore to
Jacksonville
One Wa Round TrLn
2035 V
Including Meala and Stateroom Berth.
1.W0-MILE 7-DAY TRIP.
IncluJlng atop-ov.r at Savannah. Tick
eta cooU returning within six month..
Steamer leaves Baltimore Tuesday and
t-rlday at II'. M
Send for Particulars,
B. 6 O. R. R. Offices and 517 14th at. nw.
Merchants A Miners' Trans. Co.
W. T. TURNER, ji, V. A . Balto.. MJ
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OLDPOINT COMFORT
NORFOLK, VA.
All Point South
5peclnl Tou to Cliaiuberlln Hotel.
Ner York and Boston by Sea
Dally Service, Modern Steel
UtrumerH,
City Ticket 0lc (Woudtror4
llnllillnKj, 7.TI 13th it. N. W,
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STK.VBinO.VT CO.

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