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THE SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, jVIAY 4, 1S90.
We've been paid and with Inter
est for all the trouble and 2ains
we were given to induce llanan 0
Son to put their sJiocs on sale regu
larly in Washington by the eag
erness with, which you've bought
WE kneiv what they were and
you must have by rcimtation at
least but that ivc'd have a rush
at the start-off was an unexpected
If you were us sellers of shoes
you'd appreciate what a satisfac
tion it is to handle such goods.
There's never a care with them.
They're SURE to be all right To
guarantee them is simply to add
our recognition of acknowledged
perfection. Every pair is stamped,
with Hanan's name, and we're
proud to Utile OURS with his.
Among 2)a'ticular men these
shoes rank with the best of custom
work. You just ought to drop into
one of his retail stores on Broad
way, New York, and see the class
of 2itrons he attracts. To get a
man to put on the first jmlr is to
create him a permanent customer.
We can do better for you
tJioughtJian llanan in price.
He gets B roadway prices on a
par with the fine imitorted and
made-to-measure work he com
petes with. We get Saks and Com
pany's prices, which are based on
our inviolable rule TO GET
THEM TO YOU AS CHEAPLY
COMFORT is his specialty and
every last he shapes has to have
that virtue. Old gentlemen who
must have soft, 2)l'lilue roomy
shoes get it in the Naturalast :
They fit perfectly snugly yet
every part of the foot rests as na
ture intended it should.
llanan has overcome the rigid,
hard lines that gave the nobby
shaitcs but stole away the comfort.
Ills Plead Illy, Tuxedo, and Lenox
fit like gloves and because they
fit they're comfortable.
Calf, Kangaroo, Patent and Tan
Leather THE BEST of stock
he uses building them high or
leaving them at the low quarters.
We've all the styles he makes
and are his ONLY AGENTS IN
THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.
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AGAIN TJIK WASHINGTON HOYS SCOllll
IJIk Crowd or Ioliiwnrcuns "Witnessed
the Gnmo unri Admired tlio I'ino I'lny
of the Wnshlncton Tciim Other Games
of the Dnj-General Sporting Jf wh.
Wilmington, Di:i,., May 3. The Wnshlug
tons made their first appearance licre to-day
and were greeted with a very largo crowd, ns
enthusiasts were eager to see the old Leaguers
and the new material that has been Infused Into
the local club. The Wellingtons made a
splendid Impression, nuil nil concurred in say
ing it was the best team that has struck the
place this season. The bnso hits were fow and
far between, but those of tho Washlngtons were
generally of tho right kind ami when men were
on the bases. The Washlngtons were presented
with eight bases on balls, while seven went to
bases on account of being hit by a pitched ball.
Moloney pitched a splemlld name, holding the
Wilmingtons down to thrco scattering hits,
while Kiddie backed him up in a style that
caught the people immensely. Ills throwing to
bases was the best exhibition ever given in this
city. Tho base running and fielding was per
fect. The score was as follows:
Jordan If 1
Whistler lb.... 1
Bird rf 2
O'Brien 2b 2
Kiddle c 0
Corcoran 3b... 1
tpcldcl 11) 0
Gnlllpan If. .. 0
Novell rf. 1
Williams Sb... 0
Gnlllpan p.... 0
Smith p 0
Totals 11 0 27 13 lTotalf 2 32412 C
Wilmingtons 0 1 100000 0-2
Washlngtons 4 0 0 2 0 2 0 3 x 11
Earned runs Washlngtons. 4. Two-base hits
Hnsuey, John Galilean, O'Brien. Three-baso
hit Corcoran. PIrst-base on bnlls Hasney,
Newell. Williams, Jordun, 4; Gleason. Whistler,
Bird. Ulddle. Struck out Whistler. Stolen
bases Wilmingtons, 1; Washlngtons, V. Hit by
pitched ball Bader, Hill, 2; O'Brien, 2; Malone,
2. Time, 1:10. Umpire Corcoran.
We lead In the championship race.
Biddle comes near being a star catcher.
The Washlngtons need two more first-class
What a great team Jordan and Baker make
in the outfield.
Phillips is not only a good pitcher, but he
Larry Corcoran is the best umpire who has
Harry Mace, recently released by the Wash
lngtons, has been signed by the Wilmingtons.
Joe Simmons is rebuilding the Wilmington
team. He is a great manager, and knows how
to do it.
Bird unfortunately spllthis finger on Monday,
and he is now warming a bench. He will be all
right this week.
Third-Baseman Hill, of Washington, seems
to be a comer. Harry Wright thinks well of
Hill, but more of young Mayer. Sportntg Life.
That portion of the grand stand set aside for
the press is almost monopolized by enthusiastic
amateur scorers to the detriment of regular
The Brotherhood Is certainly catching the
crowds in the various cities where they have
competed against the League. The sympathy
of the public is with them.
The Tanglewood Base Ball Club yesterday
defeated the Friends' Select Club by a score of
IS to 9. The feature of the game was the
pitching of Gregg, of the Tanglewoods.
Philadelphia, May 3. Al. Lawson, pitcher
of the Wilmington Atlantic Association Club,
has obtained his release from that organization,
and this morning signed a contract with the
Boston National League Club.
The Washingtcns will be away from home
during the present week, excepting Saturday,
playing Monday and Tuesday In Wilmington
and A ednesday, Thursda', and Friday in New
ark. They return here on Saturday to play the
A good game may be expected on Tuesday
afternoon at Atlantic park between teams from
Georgetown University and the Columbia Ath
letic Club. Gleason and Kackey will do bat
tery work for the 'Varsity, while Burke and
Dickinson will perform like services for the
C. A. C.
On Friday the University of Pennsylvania
team administered a crushing defeat to the Co
lumbia Athletic Club, the score having been 14
to 1. Only one scratch hit was made off the
pitcher of the Pennsylvania hoys, a scratch of
Green'6 near the home base. A good crowd
witnessed tue contest.
The Atlantic Association at its meeting on
Monday, In Philadelphia, laid the law down to
the clubs composing the national agreement.
The young and vigorous association, in its
dealings with older bodies, intends to have
perfect equity. They will not allow the League
and American Association to dictate terms to
Base Bull Elsewhere.
Philadelphlas, 5; Bostons, 0,
Clevelauds, 3; Pittsburgs, 3; ten innings.
Brooklyns, 7; New l'orks, 3.
Clncinnatis Chicagos, rain.
Pitt6burgs, 0; Buffnlos, 2.
Chicagos, 8; Bostons, 0; twelve innings.
New Yorks, 13; Brooklyns, -i.
Chicagos Clncinnatis, rain.
Toledos, 7; Columbus, 4.
St. LouU, 8; Loulsvllles, 0.
Brooklyns, 5; Stars, 4.
llochesters, 12; Athletics, 2.
New Haven Yales, 3; Priucetons, 2.
New Havens, 7; Hartfords, 5,
Newark8, 10; Baltlmores, 0,
Jersey Cltys 10; Worcesters, 0.
ATLANTIC ASSOCIATION IlECOItU.
Now Havens li
Jersey Cltys 4
ATHLETICS AND BOWING.
The new eight-oared 6hell of tho Potomac
Athletic Club will arrivo the present week.
Bailey, Banks it Biddle, through "Bobby"
Elder, have submitted designs for a new club
button for the Potomac Athletics.
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evening, it is a line structure. Tno club now
numbers nearly two thousaud members.
At a meeting of tho regatta committee of tho
Middle States Rowing Association, held April
23 iu New York, It was agreed to hold a re
gatta ou tho Passaic championship course on
On Sunday next about sixty wheelmen of the
Js'ew York bicyclist clubs will arrive in this
city for n visit of two days. They will bring
their wheels with them and expect to have a
royal time while here.
All tho leading sprinters of America, Willie
Day, Carey Owens, Dohm, Thomas, and others,
have expressed themselves as pleased with the
selection of Washington as tho place for tho
fall meeting of the A. A. N., and say they will
The Potomacs arc considering seriously tho
proposition to enter an cight-oarcd crew at
Newark on Decoration Da)-, as many of them
would like nnothcr chance at the Tritons to see
which is the better crew. The prizes offered arc
gold watches to the winners.
It is understood that the Columbia Athletics
will enter crews at the Patapsco Navy regatta
on Juno 25, and if they are anyways successful
they will enter crews at Philadelphia on July
4. Capt. Stlnemetz 6ays if tho oarsmen show
tho least inclination to row they will be given
every opportunity to do so.
Yesterday afternoon a large delegation of tho
C. A. left for Philadelphia to inspect tho now
quarters of the Athletic Club of the Schuylkill
Navy. In tho party were Messrs. Howard
Perry, Sam Stlnemetz, Willio Hibbs. Dorsey
Brown, West Wagner, Bert Zevcrly, Hub
Smith, Fred. Thompson, Will Fletcher. Frank
McDcrmott, George Gib Colgate, Fred. Smith,
Freddy Ward, Bob Larncr, and others.
The announcement In last Sunday's Hkkald
of tho speeches In favor of harmony at tho Co
lumbia Athletics' jollification caused much sat
isfaction among tho thousands of athletes and
their friends in the city. There is strong hopo
that under the leadership of the C. A. overtures
will be made looking toward a uuion of the
clubs in one common brotherhood. The Ana
lostans are, as they havo always been, ready
and willing to cooperate, whilo the Potomacs
stand eager to meet again their rivals of the
oar in a friendly spirit."
Work on the new athletic grounds of the Po
tomac Club is progressing finely, luo con
tractors are confident they will turn over tho
grounds finished by Thursday of the present
week. Tho base-ball field will bo one of the
finest and prettiest in this section of the coun
try, the infield especially being remarkable for
its evenness. The tennis courts, six in num
ber, have been carefully looked after, as have
the plats laid off for vaulting, tossing tho ham
mer, and running jumps. A stralght-away
course of 125 yards is a feature of the field. The
track, a quarter of a mile in circumference, has
been well leveled off.
A wharf nearly four hundred feet long has
been built trom the grounds to the edge of tho
channel, so It will be seen that the club is spar
ing no expense to make the resort a place of
enjoyment and pleasure to its members. Tho
enterprise 6hown by the club is already meeting
with success, as the membership roll is com
mencing to swell. Capt. Zappono is authority
for the statement that when the membership
reaches 400 a gentleman of wealth stands ready
to invest enough money on a venture to give
the club a house equaling any iu this section.
Georgetown Athletic Notes.
Tuesday the Georgetown Beserves played a
game with the Ideals, of Washington, and de
feated them by a score of 0-2.
The next game takes place at Atlantic Park
between the Georgetown 'Varsity and the Co
lumbia Athletic clubs. This is their first game
of the series.
The 'Varsity team have played two more of
the regular scheduled games. The first took
place at Kendall Green "against the Kendalls,
who were, as formerly, unable to hold their own
against the Georgetown boys. Still they showed
marked improvement over the first game.
Score, 18-3, in favor of Georgetown. The bat
teries were C. Gleason and Rockey for George
town, Leitner and Taylor for the Kendalls.
On Thursday the 'Varsity team played the
University of Pennsylvania. The game was a
good one all the way through, and was won
simply on errors. When the Georgetowns kept
their heads and played carefully everything
looked bright for them, but errors and failures
to bat the ball at critical moments caused de
feat. Twice Georgetown haa the bases filled
and failed to score. Tho base-running of the
Pennsylvania boys was tho finest ever seen on
the home grounds. Another thing to be noted
is that the Pennsylvania team contains seven
professionals, which is an open secret. All of
the 'Varsity boys are proud of the game the
team put up. It was by far the best they have
played this year. Every one was impressed by
the strong battery work of W. Gleason and
Rackey, also of the flue play of Hoffman on
A circular will shortly he issued by the com
mittee having the matter In charge to every
club In the District of Columbia Inviting en
tries to the lawn tennis tournament for the
spring championship of 1890. Judged by the
large number of entries already promised, this
tournament bids fair to bo the most successful
one ever held in this city, and in addition to
valuable prizes for gentlemen a pleasant fea
ture will be the prizes offered for competition
by the ladles, which latter will undoubtedlv at
tract many entries. The courts of the B'ach
elors' Club, Seventeenth and P streets, where
play will begin on the 21st Instant, are in excel
lent condition and the seating capacity has been
greatly Increased. Entries should be posted
with fa. B. Shelbley, at tho Department of Jus
tice, before 4 P. M. May 20, and the fees of $2
for doubles and 1 for singles are payable at the
time of entry.
Columbia Billcmcn Challenged.
The Sandy Spring Riflemen have challenged
the Columbia Athletic Club team to shoot a
match on May 15, with a return match on Ana
lostan Island on May 30. Tho Columbia team
have done very little practicing this season, the
members having been so busy with tho now
club-house, and it is not certain that tho match
will come olT. It is hoped, however, thut it
will take place. Tho terms aro 200 yards, any
A Bleyolo Race.
The Columbia Cycle Club has arranged for a
club road race May 29, on tho Conduit road.
The race will bo teu miles straightaway with a
turn, In all twenty mlle6. The iprlzes aro gold
medals for first" prize and nickel lamp as
The stulllon Beator, that many Washington
turf-goers saw run In tho Dixie and Breckcn
rldgo in Baltimore years ago, we learn, will bo
in Washington this week. Ho is said to be one
of tho handsomest thoroughbreds In the world,
and, though eighteen years old, looks like u
An attractive place of resort, whero choice
beverages can bo hud, and whero uood company
cun always bo found, 13 tho New York ilulK-t,
'tenth, near 1) street northwest, presided over
Heurich's Kxtru Palo Laifer. Ask for it.
THK liUSIXKSS MEN'S KXCUItSIOX
Will leave Washington May 10. Thoso receiving
invitations and contcmpluto BOlmr will pleabo
call at my olllco to complete urrutiKcmcuts as
early as possible. Tickets aro limited iu num.
ber. J. A. FINCH, Mamurer,
my4-H5 014 V street northwest.
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REAT CREDITORS' SALE
SOW GOING Oil TO GOHTIHDE
BETWEEN I AND K STREETS.
The recent failure of tho largest clothing firm of Boston, Mass., has placed their 6tock in tho
hands of the creditors, who have decided to sacrifice the same, 60 as to convert it into cash within
a short time; they havo shipped tho entire stock to Washington and havo instructed their agents
to sell the stock at Retail at about fifty cents on tho dollar. Bear in mind this stock is of this
season's manufacture and was mado for tho finest Boston trade, and we positively guarantee
every garment to be perfect in style, fit, and workmanship. An inspection of this stock will con
vince you that the above are fact6.
NOTE SOME OP THESE PKICES:
1740 Pairs Men's Pants nt50 cents, former price, S1.00.
1200 "75 " " " 1.00
750 " " Dress Pants $1.50 3 ;
700 " " Fine Dress Pants 2.00 " " 4.50
1200 " " ExtraFlno Dress Pants 3.00 " " 0.50
Largo Lot of Tailor Made Pants, at Sl.OO, $1.50, and $5.00, worth $10.00.
COO Men's Every Day Suits $2.50, former price S5.0U
650 " Business Suits 4.00 " " 8 50
1050 " Better Quality Business Suits 0.50 " ' 14 00
500 " EvcningSuits 8.50 " " 17.00
500 " DressSuits $10.00 and $12.00. worth double.
Boys' Suits, Lonff Pants at $1.50, worth $3.00
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4.50 " 8.00
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Children's Suits at 7jc, $1.25, $1.75, $2.50, $3.00, $4.00, and $0.00, worth double.
Knee Pants 25 cents and upwards.
Included in this stock is a largo lot of Fine Pants, mado to order, for $9.00, $10.00, and $12.00,.
also Fine Suits iu Sacks, Cutaways and Prince Alberts, which were made to measure, at $35.00,
$40.00, and $45.00, which you can buy at 40 per cent, of their real value. A full line of light and
heavy Overcoats which will be sacrificed. Bear in mind every garment must be as represented or
we refund your money within three days.
This Great $200,000 Sale will continue for a short time longer.
At 924 Seventh Street N. W., bet. I and K Streets.
Ham Fat for Nosc-BIeed.
From the Philadelphia Telegraph.
Obstinate nose-bleeding is frequenty one of
tho most difficult things to check. Several ag
gravated cases have lately occurred at the hos
pital of the University of Pennsylvania. As a
last resort Dr. D. Hayes Agnew tried ham fat
with great result. Two large cylinders of bacon
were forced well into the nostrils, and the hem
orrhage ceased at once.
Thlspowdernovor varies. A marvelof purity,
strength, nndwholesomencss. Moroooonomicnl
than tho ordinary kinds, and cannot bo sold in
competition with tho multltudo of low-test,
short-weight alum or phosphatopowdors. Sold
onlu in cans. Hoyai. Bakino Fownuii Co.
TRIPP.-On Friday, May 2. 1690, nt3;12 A. M
Corinno Williamson, wil'o of Dwight K, Tripp, of
ChlcaKo, and second daughter of Gen, J. A. wll
llnmson. Funeral from tho residence of her
father, 1758 N Btreet northwest, Sunday, May 4,
at 3 P. M. fDcs Moines, Chicago, and ban Fran
cisco papers please copy.
KROPFHIZEIt.-On May 3, 1890. of paralysis,
John O. Kropfhizer. of Germany, but a resident
of Georgetown, D C for tho past fifty yenrs.
aged sovcnty-four years. Funeral May 5, at 2:30
1. M., from 311 East Capitol street.
LATIMEH.-On Muy 3, 1890, at the residence of
his son, J, W. Latimer, 717 A street northeast,
James H. Latimer, of Prince Gcorgo County,
Md., In tho slxty.first year of his age. Upper
Marlboro papers please copy.
LEUCIL On May 1, 1890, Joslah. beloved hus
band of Susan Lerch, in tho lllty-fourth year of
his ago. Funeral lrom his lato residence, 2020
Eighth street northwest, Sunday, May 4, at 2
MILLER.-On Friday. May 2, 1690, at 0:30 A.M.,
David II., son of John and Surah B. Miller, aged
live months and lour days. Funeral from their
residence, 324 Now Jersey avenue southeast,
Sunday, May 4, at 3:30 P.M. Friends and rela
tives aro rcspcctlully invited to attend.
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