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THE RICHMOND PAI I-ADIUM ANI SUN-TS LEGBAM, SUNDAY, AUGUST 15, 1909.
PAGE TWt OSMi Wcffleesfflay, Wedleesdlaiy, Begjiiims 51 Tho Stiono Shoo Company has Purchased of the Federal Court the Entfro Stock off tho Cva Mini's Od This Stock of Shoes, comprising the best assortment of Men's, Women's and Children's foot apparel, was absolutely new at the time Bank ruptcy Proceedings were begun in the Federal Court, and in every respect the offerings will be of highest grade. LOWEST PRHCES EVER MABE ON MQ)E M MdHUMKDRHD. On Wednesday Morning, August! 18, She Sttiens' Shoe Company, alt 510 Main StoeeU, wfiflll Open Ells Doors to These Bargains. There will be nothing reserved Every pair of shoes in the Big , Stock of the Mount Shoe Company will be offered and the prices as quoted below speak for themselves. These wonderful bargains cannot last a great length of time, but the sale will continue from day to day until the entire stock has been placed in the hands of the people of Richmond and vicinity. MISSES9 AND CHILDREN'S. Lot of Children's Shoes, sizes 3 to 6, Mount's price 50c, our price 25c Lot of Children's Shoes, sizes 6 to 8, price 45c Children's Slippers and Oxfords with ankle straps. Children's Tan Shoes, sizes 8 to 11, Mount's price $1.50; our price - 98c Misses' Tan Shoes, sizes 1H to 2, Mcunt price $2.00, Our price - ......$1.24 Misses' Black Patent Leather in Button and Lace, Mount's price $2.50; our price SI. 7 5 LADIES' SHOES AND OXFORDS. One lot of Tan Oxfords, Mount's price $1.50, our price 90c One lot of Pat. Leather Oxfords, Mount's price, $2.00, our price $1.50 One lot of Oxfords, ox blood, Mount's price $3.00, our price $2.00 One lot of Ox-blood Pumps, Mount's price, $2.50, our price $1.75 Ladies' Patent Leather Welt in button and lace, Mount's price $2.75, our price $2.00 Ladies' patent leather shoes, Mount's price $3.50, our price $2.50 Ladies' Kid with patent tip, Mount's price $3.00, our price 9.9K MEN'S SHOES AND OXFORDS. Men's Tan Shoes, Mount's price $1.50, our price.... 00c Men's tan low shoes, Mount price $2.50, our price.. 01. 05 Men's Ox-blood and tan shoes, Mount price $3.00; our price 01.70 Men's black shoes, Mount price $2.50 and $3.00, our price 02.C3 Men's Pat. colt and kid, Mount's price $3.50, our price ..02.00 Men's Gun Metal Blucher, Mount's price $3, our price 01 .75 mm para m 510 MAIN STREET. j o SPEEDWAY OPENED TO GREAT CROWD Fred Huyck, Driving Indian Motorcycle, Was Star Of the Day. WAS ONE BAD ACCIDENT TIRE EXPLOSION AFTER A BAD SKID HURLS ONE OF THE CY CLISTS HEADLONG INTO A PILE OF GRAVEL. (American . News Service) Indianapolis, Aug. 14. Fred Ruyclr, riding under the colors of the Chicago Athletic association was the star of the first days racing of the Federation of American Motor Cyclists, which open ed the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to a crowd of 5.000 people this afternoon. Huyck, piloting an Indian machine captured three events, including the five mile national amateur event, a five mile open and the five mile handi cap. .;. , The opening of the speedway to mo tor contests drew a good sized crowd to witness the motor cycle events and were rewarded with many close fin ishes, numerous spills and one bad ac cident which looked for a moment as If it would be fatal. Jake De rosier American professional champion caus ed tho bis sensation of the day in the ten mile professional event in which pd Legenf elder was his opponent. Deroaier Was Hurt. Turning into the Btretch on the sec ond lap, Derosier skidded over a bad apot in the course, punctured his rear tire and took: a header. He landed fairly well In the gravel and saved himself serious injury. He was badly bruised, but not - seriously. There were numerous other spills due to punctures and the course, but Deros lers was the only dangerous one. As expected the time in all events was slow considering the class of drivers entered. In t he ten mile national amateur championship the big Indian and Mer kle machines were withdrawn, as af ter the experience in the professional . tvent, neither makers or riders wished to take the chances with high powered tnachlnea. The twenty-five mile event was also postponed because of the reluctance of the riders to take chances.' In an attempt to prove the state ments that the speedway Is not In the bad shape accredited to It, the offldal sent the Stoddard and Dayton auto racer against time, but the best done for the 2Vi miles was 3:09. Later Bourque in the Knox was sent against time. He made the course in much better time, 2:20. Baseball Results NATIONAL LEAGUE. Philadelphia 2 7 0 Pelty and Creiger; Morgan and Livingston. R. H. E. Detroit 3 10 1 Washington 3 9 2 Willetts and Schmidt; Gray and Street. Called in eleventh to catch train. Won. Lost. Pet. Pittsburg ..73 29 .716 Chicago .. .. i 67 35 .657 New York 61 37 .622 Cincinnati.. ; 51 50 .505 Philadelphia 46 56 .451 St. Louis .. ..42 56 .429 Brooklyn 36 64 .360 Boston .. 26 77 .252 PRESIDENT WILL GIVE FAT PLUM AMERICAN LEAGUE. Won Lost Pet. Philadelphia ...... ..65 41 .613 Detroit.. .. .. 64 41 .610 Boston.. .. .. .. .. ..65 44 .596 Cleveland 53 54 .495 Chicago 51 54 .486 New York 49 56 .467 St. Louis 45 58 .437 Washington .. .. .. ..31 75 .292 National League R. H. E. Cincinnati .. ..1 2 1 Boston .. ..0 2 1 Ewing and McLean; Mattera and Shaw. R.H.E. New York 5 7 1 Chicago .. . . . . . ..2 7 1 Ames and Schlei; Ruelbacb, Brown and Moran. R.H.E. Philadelphia .. .. 2 6 0 Pittsburg J .. ..1 7 1 Moore and Dooin; Camnitz and Gibson. R.H.E. Brooklyn .. .. ..- ..3 10 1 St. Louis .. .. .. .. , 4 8 2 Hunter and Bergen; Bachman and Bliss. American League R. H. E. Chicago . . .7 12 4 New York 3 8 4 Smith and Owens; . Maning and Sweeney. - R. H. E. Cleveland .18 2 Boston .... .3 5 1 Falkenberg and Be mis; Arrellanes and Carrigan. St Louis RILE. .. .. ..1 5 3 He Will Appoint Number Tariff Experts Named On Monday. of MUST CONSTRUE THE LAW APPROPRIATION OF $75,000 WAS MADE TO COVER THE EXPENSE AND TAFT NAMES THE APPOINTEES. (American News Service) Beverly, Mass., Aug. 14. A number of fat official plums will be distrib uted on Monday when Secretary of Treasury MacVeagh arrives here with the list of tariff experts to be appoint ed by the president. After congress had passed the Aid rich tariff bill in spite of the fact that many members could not understand the meaning of numerous clauses, it came face to face with the fact that somebody would have to understand them or the law couldn't be enforced. So it was voted to allow the presi dent to appoint several tariff experts who should interpret the meaning of the schedules, and particularly decide disputes arising as to the maximum of several of the most Involved sched ules. An appropriation of $75,000 was made for this work and the number of appointees was left to the presi dent. That gentleman had troubles of his own and turned the matter over to Secretary of Treasury Franklin Mac Veagh, who took the task to Dub lin. N. H.. with him. Mr. Hitchcock hastened to the as sistance of Secretary MacVeagh and the fact that he felt free to leave Dublin and come to Beverly shows that the task practically completed. There is the greatest anxiety among possible appointees. Seventy-five thousand dollars will provide salar ies of $15,000 a year for five men. $7, 500 for ten and only $5,000 a year for fifteen. Those who have read or tried to read the new tariff bill are convinced that there is work for at least fifteen. It is probable that not more than ten experts will be appointed. In the meantime President Taft is still playing golf and John Hays Ham mond is usually his opponent. He started for Myopia this morning bright and early. His play on these links has improved and he is going around in less than 100. TURKISH TROOPS 0(1 THE FRONTIER Thirty Thousand Soldiers Are Ready to Fly at Throat Of Greece Her Star Boarder Yanks Locks of Loving Landlady Dayton, Aug. 14. The fact that there is an unusually strong attachment ex isting between herself and the curly locks which adorn her cranium is the only thing which keeps . Mrs. Anna Strainsky a Russian boarding' house keeper from being a nearly bald wom an today. Mrs. Strainsky, who resides at 325 Daller street, in Dayton, atempted to "call" Alex Austra, 46, a fellow coun tryman, because he did not pay his board Wednesday evening, and for her trouble she was caught up by tho hair of the head and made to do sev eral flying turns through the air as the police say. As it was, when Of ficer George Firestine arrived at the house, and placed Austra under ar rest, he had a handful of the woman's hair. Austra was locked up In central po lice station on the charge of assault and battery and will have a hearing before Judge Long in police court on Thursday. Little Doris could not count beyond four. One day when she was show ing me five berries that she had picked I asked. "How many bare you. Doris?" Her brows puckered a moment, then, dimpling with smiles, she answered. "Wait till I eat one; then I'll tell you." Woman's Home Companion. GOES 10 PIIIS01G In a recent issue of the ''Sporting Life," published at Philadelphia, the editor says that "Bull" Durham of lo cal fame during the short history of' the In and Out league (L O. league) wilt ho mm a a mfnlM of thA Pirate at the end of the Ohio State League season. The owner of the Pittsburg, National league club has been watch ing Durham play and says that he will develop into one of the leading ball players in the country In a year or so. Durham's home is In Randolph coua ty. . . - -- HOSTILITIES PROBABLE IF GRECIAN REPLY TO TURKEY'S SECOND NOTE IS UNSATISFAC TORY, INVASION WILL THEN START. (American News Service) Constantinople Aug. 14. Thirty thousand Turkish troops are massed on the Turkish-Grecian frontier ready to invade Thessaly, and if the Greek reply to Turkey's second note is un satisfactory, the latter will immediate ly throw her troops across the Gre cian borders. At least four more batteries of artil lery were placed at vantage points on the frontier with in the last forty-eight hours and five more are on the way. Turkey's second note was couched in the plainest terms. It demanded a formal declaration from Greece that the Greek government will not annex Crete and would not accept the island as Greek territory even if the inhabi tants thereof should attempt" to force amalgamation. The Greek foreign minister is la conference with the representatives of the four protecting powers Italy, France, Russia and England. The sentiment throughout Turkey for war has increased. It Is believed that the young Turks will yield to the popular demand. There is a feeling of political unrest also. "Where'd you get the new suit ; "Well, you see. I had a sure tip on a bone race. "I neTer knew one of those tip to pan out." , "Neither did L so I didnt alar It: puc me money Into this salt LcuisTlUe Courier-JourBsL Branch Offices for PaMadimiinni Waet Ads are located in every part of the city. No matter where you live, it is just a few minutes walk to the nearest AGENCY in your neighbor hoed . . . These little WANT ADS are great business pro ducers. If you have something to sell, it will bring a buyer ; or it may be that you want to buy something you will be sure to find the owner. It is the same if you are in need of help, as a cook or housekeeper, they will always find you what you want. Look over the bargains for each day, perhaps you will find the article you would like to have .... . . Look on the WANT AD page for agencies. There is one IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD . 1