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THE WASHINGTON TIMES.' THURSDAY: MAltCH K 1317.
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RESOLUTES OBTAIN"
BIG DDGKPIN TOTAL
Surprise Bowlers With 1,734
Set Against Good Fellows in
District League.
LANE LEADING PERFORMER
Columbia Lodge Hands Starts-
bury a Jolt in Masonic
Circuit.
Resolutes came throueh with a sur
prise In the District League last
night. They trounced the Good Fel
low in three straight carries, which
was not unusual, for every team in
tha league has been known to wallop
Capt. Bill nider's cellar champions.
That the Resolutes totaled 1.731 plna
was the surprise and stamps the Reso
lutes as a combination of underesti
mated strength.
They counted 535 to 497 In the first
came; 881 to 4S7 In the second, and
U18 to 527 in the flnaL Lane, lead
off man for the Resolutes, was the
star of the match. He rolled a set
of 362 with a hlch came of 154,
which was' chiefly responsible for his
team beatinp the COO mark in the
third came. Captain Rider, of the
Good Fellows, won hiRh same honors,
however, with a string of 155.
Catambla Trims Stansbary.
Columbia Lodge took a fall out tV
the leading Stansbury team In the S'a
sonlc League by winning; two gaffes.
Stansbury. Lafayette, and Columbia
are the leading quints of the circuit,
standing in the order named, a'a1 the
victory was a valuable one fjp,r Co
lumbia. The latter achieved a total of 1,64
with a hlch game of 580. Kr cer led
the Columbian with, a set of 342, but
the entire team rolled consistently
well. Borden and Halley r.-ere Stans
bury's best performers, the former
having- the hlch set of tt match, 351.
Other excellent roller 4 were Woer
tendyke, of Labor, In the Depart
mental League, who ad a total of
374, with a high gapie of 147, and
Redecker, of the Morjrts, In the Saen
gerbund circuit, whr totaled 355.
LAST NIGHTS SCORES.
NATIONAL CAPITAL LEAGUE..
Dumbarton.
Southeast Stars.
Lower)- 101 11 Sgl Aususte..... IS S3 lit
Ryan..
71 fx SSJ
Goddard.... lot M C
Shinier .. 1E K lit
Sbanks 97 111 lot
Dummy 90 90 90
Total!.. .. U 470 Ml
ijivu
afurtaugji.
JfTceman.. .
n 1 a id;
O M It
10. -S7 105.
Totals.... til. fSJ 4S01
WOM a.N'B MATCH CAME.
National C pttaU Grand Central
Addor. TC M SS Drew 11: W 91
LlnquUt .. .71 71 KJ Costw S3 7J 77
Freeh.... .., 91 S3 s, Iremann.. . 101 79 t
Greenwood. 87 73 ll Clark St 77 90
Thorns s.... S3 S7 100J Deckman t SI 101
Totals...... at til til' Totals (69 4g 432
DISTRICT LEAGUE.
atesolotes. . Coodfellowa.
Jjne....... 101 107 151
FarroTtsr.. 103 M IS
utzauu... 10. lis n
Weldon K 101 SI
Kroerson 9C 98 93
Price 93 87 17
Hlder 105 94 li3
Post.... IK 131 10S
Bell.. lot 119 137
Farr-jSTjr... Ill 1JS 101
TaJs... aSfSltll!
Totals..
, 497 487 537
"WASHINGTON TENPIN LEAGUE.
Acme.
Interior.
Manner.-. 1S9 160 169
Hurdlne U9 1R9 MO
Lewers 33S ISt 1
McCheaney. 1J1 .
Weldon 171 13
Sbeffler 1CS 136
G. Echarf... . 1SS
J. Rcbarf.... lit 157 117
Miller as ) 1C9
Handicap... It 15 13
ItlKTMU..-. 1C4 1S4 181
Michler.-.. 1S1 137 143
Ebairer:-... 195 ISO 17
Totals SS 600 9X9
Totals SS3 S33 f J
A1CACOSTIA. LEAGUE.
Peveuteentb street. 1 Maple Getters.
liennlaon.... 94 (9 StlFrey.. SS S3 33
Scott ... n 90 SO: Elliott 1(41138 93
Summers... 94 &S 93 Daria Its lot
WilUama. 94 a 75 Dummy 85 IS KJ
Pcherer. St IOC 17 Slmms 93 93 103
Totals.... 4t7 45C43S Totall 45$ IS7 4Cs
I. O. O. F. LEAGUE.
Central. Metropolis.
Paxton .. 83 9 13 Wood 71 3 98
Jfeuthuortb.. 7 5 98 Muore. .. . M 51 87
Humphrey.. 95 U9 103 Avlcnone... S 107 77
Nichols . . 94 87 Si Charity 81 89 "75
Hosell ... 94 S3 HI McFarland. 119 93 90
Totals . 465 466 496 Totals.... 410 455 43f
GEORGETOWN COMMERCIAL LEAGUE.
Terminal Lunch, C P. Ash Co.
Halleck SO 115 91 Collins 99 93 95
Wfcalen 96 103 91 Benson. ... 97 87 91
Waxley S3 90 S7 Ash 93 130 H
Msoey 98 79 Hjan 109 113 10J
Xander .... 86 98 IDS Kenzlg 87 107 96
Totals 419 4S4 46l TotaU. ... 4S5 530 493
BRUNSWICK LEAGUE.
Dixie A. C. Columbia
Seabriirht .. 17 S4 101 J. Foler.. 88 130 110
llurd. .. 105 111 Shom $1 96 100
AUea 134 .. .. Bonebreast.. 87 M M
Boteler. . . 109 11 97 Waters ... 81 81
Jerman.. . 103 11 V KS W. Fouler. 9 9
Watson .. Ill 'IS 113
Totals . . 136 453 4S7
Totall... . 143 ill 533-
WASH1NGTON LEAGUE.
Elites. E. B. A. Co.
Williams.. fil 103 100 IeCuyer... 96 101 89
Thorp SI 93 106 ftixel".'.... 133 M 98
Hall SO 93 101 Daly 115 105 101
llartman . 98 113 S Iwla SO SO 73
Johnson 96 SI 91 Stein 96 9S 111
Totals. ... 456 4)1 484 TotaU 510 480473
D'PAKTA1ENTAL LEAGUE.
Labor. War.
Andrew .. 91 106 S3 Hasted 113 99 134 ,
Woer'aTke.. 147 108 113 Coldren 106 86 96
Mansion. . Mill ft Kimble S3 141 91
Watts. .. 94 97 84 Jai-obsen... 106 9 118
Mllleo S9 lit 110. AraUa 94 S9 101
Totals ... 510 538 Oil ToUls .. Ml 513 530 J
Marines. Assies I
th-vman. .. lit 85 S3 stamper .. 91 HI Ml
Moore .. .. 134 7 115, Popenoe. . M 99 1
lia.lkl . 131 94 93 Kvalts . . 103 11 105
Mlstead . . 110 Ml 110; Menash. .. 103 M 89
ICIlon . ... 100 97 110 Tertrbue.... 1W S7 101
Totals. . . M4 i9l Totals. ..MWIH
SAi:N.EKliUNO LKAOJ-K.
Mozart. 1 Kcliubcrts.
Dudly IT 1M' Walt.... II Kltl
JUinnarm. "C SM 7J PflfTtr.. . tl SI in
Voa-ffcaw: . 1M Vn TViihart 9 M 1
Iwll 7 MJ01 ."mlth M S9 M
Redeker 1M 117 raj laLen 1M HIM
Totals. . T Tt I'll Totals 4S9 4C 4
l.i:CLAJIATION LKACI'K
Malls. Kwrlnetrs.
KcCulloch 111 !S Ml Bcbb JOT K so
Darl.y . SI 1M 1 Cook . . . i a u
Warren 104 100 104 Jtoscndorn.. 7 M SI
Totals. . . rs7 J04 3061 Totals. . . 31 SO -75
FOrilTKKNTH STHKET r.KAGUU.
Harvty's.
Klley's,
Johnson S3 75 87
A. Majrhrw. U 7 lis
Smith V) 111 119
Hopkins . n M los
Btmmoni. . M S3 101
Crosby.. . . a SO S7
Laason. . . K IT U
Trockm't'n. 77 K 104
T. Majliear. 13 S7 1
Trelncy ... KIN S7
Totals.. ..-44743 4S0
Total 4W 4C(41
SOI'THBAST LEAGUE
Southland.
Eaxt KUtlOD
V niator. .. lr Mio:
fichlr'hart.. 103 11 lis
S7ood - US 101 13
P. Rlstor . X C tl
J. Klator.... 10G 107 W
Andon... S3 S3 M
Hmrer S7 1 4
Cain 91 M M
Flandrrs.... 10S X tl
ttlc a t7 13
Totall.
tniB
Totals 4C 4(9 4(
CAPITOL. C1TT LKAGUK.
Indians
Ivory Soap.
f,
Vash. Centennial St John'
Proton. ai li 97 Ketrhem.
TnomtMum.. r at 94 Shaffer 10
Hrown in III 93 Hutchinson. l M
Webb. .... k& Si 97, Rot tit 103 37
Lord St Hi 1
Dummy HI SO so
Totals 4M 133 4SS
Stansbury.
Totals t fa fj
Columbia.
mils ell.... 101 ffo 101
Kin 91 1(0 SJ
Ilorden.
lft- I-. 1n I.nrkf lit JOT 117
Ktseman.
SO K ll!i Ilelnan '"". S7 11
Lewis. Rt 101 ill I Krelxer lj 101
Halley 101 Kl 115 1 Schmidt ' 103 111
Totals 473 5MEI Totals.... MS E3 K0
COMMERCIAL LKAOUK
J. & D.
Wash. 'JVjk Co.
McCeney.... 113 95 83
Nebel .lo 78 R
A. Morrison K 101
BortaBlIer.. 15 100 101
G. Morrison W 107 90
Total!..... 4SS 4S1 44t
Larkln... SS 103 11
Scrivener. so P7 17
Tayler...... C Si
Rav .. 103 IS
KreUlec .. 99 11J 101
TotsJs 4C9 SOt C3
WHERE THEY ROLL.
District Contenders vs. Garrisons,
at RoyaL
National Capital Oala.ce vs. Grand
Centrals, at Palace. '
Departmental L-'tud vs. Navy, at
Palace.
Postoffice MatVUig vs. Registry, at
Postoffice.
Masonic Pertrilpha vs. B. B.
French; Lebanon vs. M. M. Parker;
George C. Waiting vs. Osiris, at
RoyaL
Agriculture Interbureau A. I. B.
vs. Animal Irdustry. at Casino.
Navy Yard Erecting vs. Radio, at
Capitol H1U.
Bankers Washington Loan and
Trust vs. JJetropolilan, at Casino.
Georgetown Commercial West
Knds vs. Cavanaugh & Kendrlck, at
Georgetown.
Bttr.u of Printing and Engraving
Surfrico vs. Machinists, at Jlath
akellffr. Srijtheast Model Lunch vs. Mo
hak A. O. at Southeast.
Capital City Bureaus vs. Raftery"s
NcrtheasL at Rathskeller.
Interstate Stenographers vs. Cost
.Bureau, at Arcade.
r Knights of Columbus Trinidad vs.
Balboa; Genoa vs. Salvador, at Na
tional Capital.
ML Pleasant Colonials vs. New
tons, at Arcade.
Arcade Arcadians vs. Phi Mu Sig
ma, at Arcade.
Columbia Barbers vs. Schlltz, at
Columbia.
Fourteenth Street Phelps vs. Ear
ly Birds, at Ppccduay.
Reclamation P. and S. vs. Com
missioners, at Palace.
Terminal R. R. Y. M. C. A. Dis
bursements vs. Southern, at Terminal
R. R. Y. M. a A. '
Central Blueraont vs.. Highland
ers, at National Capital.
Washington City Tenpin Bureau
vs. Iroquois, at Royal.
Hyattsville Comets vs. Old Boys,
at Hyattsville.
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W.L. DOUGLAS
SHOES ARE
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IN ALL
OCCUPATIONS
W.
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For the
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GERARD AND PARTY
START FOR HAVANA
Leave Corunna, Spain, and Are
Due to Arrive in Cuba on
March 8.
PARIS, March 1. Charles II.
Grasty.'who sailed today from Co
runna, Spain, with ex-Ambassador Ge
rard's party for Havana, Cuba, sent
the following dispatch to friends here
before leaving Madrid to embark on
the Spanish liner:
"Ex-Ambassador Gerard chartered a
train of three sleepers, a dining car,
and two baggage cars and steamed
away from Madrid to Corunna. tie
and Mrs. Gerard had a round of enter
tainments here, their hosts Including
King Alfonso and the British and
American ambassadors. At the sta
tion Ambassador and Mrs. Willard
saw the Gerard party off. The party
Included about fifty, with fifty others
waiting at Corunna.
"In honor of Mr. Gerard, the Duke
of Saragossa, a Spanish grandee and
amateur engineer, appeared at the
station dressed In blue overalin and
drove a locomotive which hauled the
train. Later, Mr. and Mrs. Gerard en
tertained the duke at dinner. He
came In overalls, his eyes shining
with the rest of his adventure, and
his Spanish animation was a, delight
to his hosts after the strenuosltles f
the last week.
"Mr. Gerard's party will reach Co
runna on Monday, and the Infanta
Isabelle will sail Tuesday. The party
is made up largely of old Beillr. resi
dents and newspaper correspindcnts
who are experts in German psychol
ogy. None would be surprised If a
German visit, not necessarily hostile.
should be paid to the Gerard boat on
the voyage. The general wish la ex
pressed that If there is euch a vlslc it
may be from the captain of the raid
ers operating near Cuba, who is a per
sonal friend of Mr. Gerard and the
other members of the party.
SUBURBAN BODY TO MEET.
Final consideration of proposed
changes in the schedule of meetings
of the Citizens' Northwest Suburban
Association will be given at their
meeting In the Tenley School building
tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock.
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W.L. DOUGLAS
"THE SHOE THAT HOLDS ITS SHARE"
$3 $3.50 $4 $4.50 $5 $6 $7 & $8
Yon can Save Money try Wealing 0)i&
IT. IV. ISOUglito 9aHKa 1UB
Known 5noes In tne world.
W. L. Douglas name and die retail
stamped On the bottom of all shoes
factory. Toe value is guaranteed and the wearer
protected against high prices for inferior shoes. The
retail prices are the same everywhere. They cost no
more in San Francisco than they do in New York.
They are always worth die price paid for them.
'""T'he quality of W.LDouglas product is guaranteed
X by more than 40 years experience in making fine
shoes. The smart styles are the leaders in the fash
ion centres of America. They are made in a well
equipped factory at Brockton, Mass., by the highest
paid, skilled shoemakers, unaer the direction and
supervision of experienced men, all working
with an honest determination to make the best
shoes for the price that money can buy.
For aale by over OOOO lioe dealers
and lO.'J V. L. Douglas stores jn tlio
lanre cities. If not convenient to call
at V. Jj. Douglas store, ask your Joeal
dealer for AV. Lu DoujrLas shoes. If lie
cannot supply you,take no other make.
Write for booklet, ..a -
thowing hoiv- to f4ifftaca4
order ahoeabymail, ,rJ,i"B,J T
postage free. HO Spark ou, Bsockton, Haas.
L. DOUGLAS STORE: 905
GAYETY
JAMES E. COOPER PRESENTS
Burlesque's Funniest Dialect Comedian
The Sam Bernard of Burlesque
SOLLY
AND
ROSELAND GIRLS
A Show of Fun, Muc and Refinement
EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION
THE BIG FOUR
SPECIAL: 3 SHOWS MARCH 3rd
Starting
"HATPIN HEROINE"
DRIYESTHUGTOCOP
Thief Runs Into Policeman"s
Arms When Pursued by Girl
With Bonnet Anchor.
NEW YORK, March 1. "The Hatpin
Heroine" might have been the title of
a movie scenario straight Crom life.
written yesterday in the PICth ave
nue court In Brooklyn, with twenty-
one-year-old Mabel Flatten as the
leading lady.
The events had taken place the day
before, and had to dojilth a frail girl
who, trusty hatpin in hand, pursued
a thief twice her size do an several
blocks of Brooklyn asphad, matched
her weapon against his lauded billy,
and with It. brought him afl-alght to
Justice.
The first picture would show the
lower hall of a Brooklyn, apartment
house, with dim corners behind the
usual assortment of baby -carriages
and trunks. From llntre shadows
looks out the youthful but desperate
face of Martin D. Tcmplo, alias Wil
bur J. Alwyn.
Reel 2 would reveal MSa. Margaret
Jacobus, sixty years old, coming into
the hallway, with her arms full of
parcels and her handbag containing
22.50, on her arm.
Reel 3 would show Temple hurling
her to the floor, seizing .her handbag
and rushing from the house with It.
Reel 4 would display Miss Mabel
Flatten, twenty-one and pretty.
she sees Mrs. Jacobus, on the floor,
and starts in pursuit 'of the thief,
drawing her pin from her hat as she
runs.
Reel C would show her re-enforced
by a crowd of women with rolling
pins and brooms, and casual curiosity
seekers, but still In the lead. The
thief tries to. frighten her by gblng
through the .motion of drawing his
"billy" rom his hip pocket.
In reply Miss Flatten waves, her
hatpin before his face. With a howl,
the- uckless evildoer dashes Into a
hallway in Twelfth streeL rushes
over several roofs In the vain at
tempt to escape the hatpin. Miss
Flatten meanwhile has raced to Elev
enth street and is in waiting for him .
In trying1 to elude her the thlAf
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BEWARE OF FRAUD
None genuine unless
IV. L. Douglas name
and tne retail price Is
stamped on the bottom
TAKE NO SUBSTITUTE
Pennsjlrania Ave., N.W., Washington
All
This
Week
WARD
THE
r.ans straight into thcuarms of Patrol
Aien .Elmer J. Kelly and John J. Sulll
van..of 'th Fifth, avenue-station.
Temple was held for the grand
Jury.
SUES HOTEL FOR INJURY.
Claiming .that jshe slipped on
highly polished floor of the Cochran
Hotel, anil suffered a fracturo and
dislocation of her. shoulder, Margaret
A. Cleaves has Instituted suit In the,
District Supremo Court to rvcovcr
J50.CHK) damages from Sugaue S.
Cochran and Rosa C Fairbanks, .rad
Ing as the Cochran Hotel Company.
Attorneys DanieL W. Baker and
Harry A. Grant appeared for the
plaintiff.
RECEPTION TO PLAYERS' CLUB.
Old-fashioned, games and dancing
will feature a reception to be given
this evening liy Mr. and Mrs. George
Be Franceaux. to the members of the
ML Pleasant Players' Club", at their
home at 1447 Monroe street,
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FOR A DOZEN YEARS
Helmar has been subjected to every known test
that exacting smokers and envious competitors
could devise.
TODAY
the World's Supreme Standard for pure Turkish tobacco
value in a 10 Cent cigarette is Helmar.
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'Friend, if you
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The
The
PROTEST PARADE POSITION.
A protest against the position given
the Young Men's Democratic Club In
the parade Is voiced In resolutions adopt
ed at a meeting of the organization In
Old Masonic Temple last night It was
contended that the club should have been
given preference to the Wilson and
Marshall Association, assigned to head
the civic section, as the latter is. a junior
organization. The claim Is made that
the young men's club has partlcinated In
parades since ISM, and should have been:
honored with the preferred position.
SUES 'FOR INJURIES.
Suit to recover $20,000 damages for'
Injuries received while working on an
apartment house at Vermont avenue
and L street northwest, was insti
tuted by Plum'mer Burner, a hodcar
rier, in the District Supreme Court
yesterday against Joseph W. Collins,
a builder. Barner was struck by a
bar of Iron which fell ninety feet
during the construction of the build
ing. John RIdout and T. C Taylor'
appear as attorneys for the plaintiff.
will once, you will many
Mildest tobacco for cigarettes is Turkish.
Best tobacco for cigarettes is Turkish.
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Weather Drives Blru to Shelter Un
der Reviewing stands.
When the, snow beAri to fall Ihls
morning the sparrow!,, the tree
opposite the District Winding flew
under the inaugural revfWing stand
to escape the white pelleV that in
spire poets and overshoe-
It began to snow this mWnlng at
half-past six and the eVssaAts con
tinued on .the Job all mornlnV The
temperature remained aroundVt de
grees above zero and promlsVj to
rest at that figure for the day.Yrhe
Weather Bureau said It might ra
colder tonleht.
Rain last night w aimed the grotl
and very little of the snow was el
served to stick after falling. Rool
of buildings were the first to collect
the fleecy white, .and Indication
were that If the temperature fait
sleigh riding may again be the favo-
rite outdoor spon tiis winter.
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