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WASH. B. WILLIAMS,
Furniture, &c\, 7th and D Sts.
Curtail ins at
Sold otit ill ? f Th?> :be*iper grid*-* of I,a?e Cur
?sin* at our l;?*t sale?and n ?v we've reduced the
p- it ?-? of tb?- fln? r i|nalltlt'M t?? do*" them out at
once. They ought to g" ?iui?*k at these prl?*es:
S4.00 iri>h l'oint Curtains.S2.75
$5.00 Irish Point Curtains.$3.50
S~.00 Irisli Point Curtains.$5.50
$12 Irish Point Curtains. .$8.50
$7.50 r.russels Curtains.. .$5.50
$8.50 Brusst'ls Curtains.. .S6.25
$10 Brussels Curtains $7-75
$T2 Brussels Curtains $9.00
f*?t of single jmlr? FIr.?> Lace Curtains, were $A
?ji???lit to fuilf pric?*.
I>?f of <iik. ' !??*< and **?rinia n-duced to Go., 8c.
? o?l 1?n*. janl.
IU*du?>-*l from 7.V. to T?5o.
Rpthn-el from to 75c.
Reduced from >1 to $1 ???.
K?t!n?e?l fr?iu fl.."<??? to
Wash. B. WiiSiaims, 7th & D
"As Fine a Whisky
As I Ever Drank."
So say the majority of those who try onr "Ten
ceanee " One of 'hose scarce whiskies whose use
never give* a 'head" or any '?tber disagreeable ex
perience! A genuine Line-Id county product, and
so good a Ibia>r as to endanger Kentucky's repu
ta ion for producing the best whiskies No harsh
BeHS or ?'bite" t> K. but so smooth and mellow as
t ? win the lUing of the most fastidious drinker.
N MidM '? ua i ri.i eaa M it as a remedy
for throat and long troubles. It's the best kind of
a 'medicine chest" to keep In the bourne. We ask
SI for a large N>*tle, 7&<* a pint and 40c. a half
pint. Order it af?er laying down this paper. You'll
thank us for calling it to your attention. 'Phone
Remember the ^rand ? "Shoor. iker's" on 1 lest place
fn Washington to get it.
FZ*n Shooniaker Co.,
R. Harris & Co.,
Jewelers, 7th & I) Sts.
The Chate- *
ity with beauty
and is grow ing
Prices are very
We've a splendid Solid Silver Chate
laine Wat h and n Belt Chatelaine
Watch, ir-uaed in black
*eal leather tu attach t<? ??-? aa
aay belt both guaranteed qJ7&^?hJ/vIV
timepieces and mtghl sell
for #7.5??. fhir price
toadies' ex-iuUitely Enameled
< laine Watches, with
/ dainty p!n* t<> ui*t<'i.
F.iutixi'-led over aolld silver
^ and gold finished. Fully
( worth $12 5o. Only
Indies' S"lid Hold. Superbly Enameled
?Thartelalne" Wutrhe*. with rich gold
<fcfWitiOM in artistic dsslCML Guaran
t?cd for time. Such -a g/cv
elegant watches are ?p 11 0^aJ'
usually soi.l at ?2??. II nj)
\ R. Harris <& Co0,}
< Jewelers, 7th and D Sts. >
Facial Soap. __
Sealp dlsoaaes, falling hair, baldness, premature
gthyn. ?*? nm kly cured and th?- luster, natural
growth and c* \.-r restored by JOHN II. WOOD
Bl KY. 'M W 23d -t.. Xew York, ami l.?6 Walnut
wt.. i'bilidelphia. 5?*-nd 10 cents for Beauty Book,
and receive sar pie of Soap and Cream, free.
?over the cork, our signature and
lalwl on even bottle?to prevent
fraud?to insure honest goodness
anil purity and ripeness.
No other way to do all this?for
Q. 0. T^fSRK>ES
NEVER SOU) IS BI LK.
( v grotcr* asd licensed dealers.
Chester H. Graves & Sons,
TRADE SCI'PLIKD BY
Richard <& Co.,
Washington, 0. C.
\ No Waste
From an economical standpoint ^ V
alone, <ias pcwuiw? a charm for
housekeeper*. It's best for cooking or
heating purposes. You pay for only
what you u*e--no waste. See our
line of GAS COO KIN ii AND 1IE.\T
LNIj STOVES. I'rb ea witisfactory.
Gas Appliance Exchange,
1424 New York Ave.
For 2 CENTS
-d?> not jeopatdixe the health of your fam
ily Sanitary Milk, from our farm, at 10c. a
quart, la the cheap?*?t milk, as It is the best
?absolutely clean, pure and fresh?indorsed
by the medical prof ??salon. Pasteurized Milk
for infanta and invalids, tfc. per pint. Drop
postal or inapect the laboratory.
Pasteur Milk Laboratory,
1120 18th St. N. W.
HAVE YiHi ^rJb^u.
VVe?s In Mi'Utb. Ualr Fuliinj? Wrlt? CSOOK REM
EI?V CO.. 16S? MASONIC TKMPLK. CHICAGO.
11J... for proof* , f curw. CAPITAL. ?5(>o.000
Wor?t rax-a cored in 15 to 33 DAYS 10O-PAGK
BO..K FREE mhS-ltu'U
I'SK l)B WILLIAMS'
PLNK 1'II.t.S KOK
m\ rSfSI' Examined |;
s ti?/ ^
plNISHINQ T? HE!R C?5TUjVtE'
Perfect-fitting Eyeglasses enhance.the beauty of an ele
gant Easter gown, while ill-fitting glasses mar the whole ef
We test the eyes free of charge, giving them a thor
ough scientific examination and paying especial attention to
the important essential of fitting eyeglasses or spectacles ex
actly and "gracefully.
GOLD-FILLED FRAMES, fl g/fh
WARANTED TEN YEARS, QK " ocD^o
If vour glasses do not fit properly bring them to us. We
are Manufacturing Opticians and do all sorts of repairing.
Prescription work a specialty.
The OppenheSmier COo, 514 9th St. N.W
Hectits' greater stores.
Hechts' greater stores.
to take a spurt.
Wednesday shall be as busy a day as
Friday aodl Saturday. We shall
make it so by putting values before you
which will bring you. We shall start it
tomorrow. You can see that these are
great values, ^
Fine reed-body carriage?with fancy roll
edge-steel springs?patent foot brake?up
holstered in brocatelle? plush head rest?
adjustable parasol, with double sateen
Tab"e oilcloth, 7^c.
Pull 5-quarter table oilcloth?the best
combination goods ~ Guaranteed; elegant va
riety patterns for 77/gc. yard.
Window shades, 5^c.
All colors in waterproof felt window
shades?with all fixtures complete, for 5T%c.
this one day.
Two lots trimmed hats.
Choice of hats I Choice of hats
wortn up to J worth up to $9
$2.98. i $5.
Brillsantirse skirts, 69c.
Figured brilliant.ne skirts?all well made
?well lined und well finished garments?
same as are shown about town at $1.50, for
6i?c. for thi* day.
Silesias, 3%c. t..
All colors and Mack silesias?full pie?
no remnants for 3%c. yard.
Black and colored dressmakers' cambric?
for 2VaC. yard.
Percalirce, 7%c. yd.
Moire efTect percallne In Mack and all col*
"Silver sheer," !4%c.
?the nearest fabric to silks in appearance.
Klegant dress lining-beautiful luster 14^c.
Serge suits, SS.CO.
Black or blue cheviot nergp suits?with
silk-lined Jackets?full fiare skirts?and
with every point which fashion says a styl
ish suit sh<>uld havv. for $3.
!Boys' a!3=wool suits, $1.29
Choice of three patterns in boys' dou
ble-br?*aMtcd all-wcol cheviot suits?sijses
7 to 15 yea re-# for $1.21*. This is the first
time such a suit has ever been sold at
$1.21*. and there isn't a clothing store in
town getting less than $2.50 for them.
$1 wrappers at 49c.
A lot of fine quality percale wrappers. In
a variety ??f th?? handsomest patterns, which
are splendidly made, will go for 40C.
Waists are separately lined, and skirts are
made extra wide and full, and all are trim
med with braid.
Pocket books, 11234c.
Imitation seal combination pocket book?
steel frames for cach, which should
Men's hose, 3%c.
Men's random hose K"?d wearing quality,
such as sell lur 10c. usually - to go tor 3<4c.
Double-thick canvas, lu gray and black.
3Tsc. yard. ^
Clark's "0. N. TV' cotton
Spool silk, Be. spool.
?lwo-yard spool silk. "Climax" brand.
ChSna silk, !2%c.
All-silk China silk. In Nile, olive, orange
aud garnet. 12^. yard.
Boxes of Stationery, containing 24 sheets
paper ami 24 envelopes stylish shape-STfrc.
Ladies' hose, 32&c.
Lndin" fast -black brine- full regular made
Linen Saces, 654c.
Lot of linen lace and lusertings to match,
la variety of widths worth 4 5c. and $1
Bilk, bfilliantine, 6%c.
Black figured brilliantin* with rich lus
ter, 15c. yard usually -to go f?,r G%c. yard.
Nainsook, 3%c. yd.
Striped, plaid und check nainsook for
Scotch lawns, 2^c. yd.
Pretty figiired Scotch lawns, in big variety
of styles?8c. value for T^v. yard.
Pillow cases, 4^c.
WWi dozen ready.made pillow cases, hand
torn and ironed, 47*c.
toIgotVl*J'. "for ?'?,"DeU ,UDCh 0upkln>
Table damask, H2j^c.
Unbleached muslin, 3%c.
40-1 nch unbleached muslin, such as In
sold at 8c. usually, to go for 3%c. a yard.
Taffeta silks, 29c.
Beautiful black and colored taffeta silks
all silk?rich, lustrous ijuallty in cardinal
cream, light blue, pink and black.
OS GEORGETOWN FIELD.
Practice of tkr lalwrslty Bane Ball
Owing to the rain Saturday the candidates
for the Georgetown University base ball
nine missed a good afternoon's practice,
and as a consequence the work of yester
day was particularly hard. An interesting
feature was the appearance for the first
time this season of "Bonny" Hafford. the
third baseman of last year, who has Just
been taken off probation. He was Imme
diately placed at third on the first team,
and showed a good deal of the tendency to
fumble common to a first day's play.
Phil King kept things going at a lively
clip all afternoon. Captain McCarthy was
aiiseiu and his place was taken by Flem
ing. A new battery was tried on the sec
DOES CiFFEE ACK1EE WHIM
If not. drink Grain-O?made from pure grains. A
lady writes: "The first time I made Grain-O 1 did
not like it, but af'er using it for one week northing
would induce rae to go back to coffee." It nour
ishes and feeds the system. The children can drink
It freely with great benefit. It Is the strengthen
ing substance of pare grains. Get a package today
from your grocer, follow the directions in making
it and you will have a delicious and healthful table
beverage for old aud yonng. 15c. and 2?c.
513=5115 Seventh St.
team. Somers pitched and Kendall
caught The latter Is a man of some local
reputation. Somers came from Milwaukee,
father showed more than ordinary form.
Cranston replaced Hlndle at backstop on
the first team. He did much better work
than ever lie fore.
The grounds will probably be ready for
the practice tomorrow. Walter Greevey has
promised to have them ready for Wednes
day's same at the very latest. Al! of the
pitchers will be tried against Gallaudet.
The teams batted as follows yesterday
First team?Cranston, catcher; Bach. pitch
er; O'Donnell, first base; Fleming second
base; Moran, shortstop; HafTord. third base
Walsh, left field; IX/wns, center field, and
Casey, right field. Second team?Kendall,
catcher; Somers, pitcher; Hirst, first base;
O'Hara. second base; Owens, shortstop
Douglas, -third base; J. Smith, left field;
Byrnes, center field; Kenna, rigitit field.
The announcement is made hy rtte firm of
W. B. Moses & Sons that they have mart?
very great reductions on every piece of fur
niture on their floors?the new spring goods.
Richard Drew and Charles Johnson paid
collateral each in the Police Court today
for violations of the bicycle regulations.
The former's handlebar was too low and
the latter had no light on hia wheel last
WEYHINGt ALL RIGHT
Failed to Report Because He Had Not
WAGNERS GIVftilM A GIG AD7ASCE
Championship^ the Local Bowling
CURRENT S PORTING- NOTES
Secretary and Treasurer J. Earl Wagner
of the Washington club arrived in this city
yesterday on tils way to Join the Senators
at Hampton, ~Va. Mr. Wagner may leave
for the club's practice grounds this evening
| or possibly not for a few days. Several
private business affairs will keepTilm busy
| while in the city, riot to mention the ar
rangements to be a>ade for the improve
ments of National Park.
"Well, I see you have made Gus Weyhlng
a revolter," nid Mr. . Wagner, when seen
| by The Evening Star representative today,
( the magnate referring to an article in last
evening's paper. "Weytiing is perfectly sat
isfied with his contract and will play when?
ever called upon by Manager Irwin. 1 re
ceived a telegram from my brother George
last evening, saying:
" 'Letter received from W eyhlng. He did
not receive notice from Irwin to report.
Wire Weyhing railroad ticket and also in
"From this it can be seen that Manager
Irwin and my brother got their wires cross
ed and in the mix-up Weyhing was entiraly
J overlooked. When one of the club mem
bers to'd you that Gus was looking for an
1 extra five hundred he might have gone
farther and said the veteran had received
it Wevhing signed his contxact last fall,
and my" brother and I resolved to give him
all he asked for, and. of course, the veteran
pitcher is satisfied., We expect him to do
better work this season than last, as he
will have better support, both at the bat
and In the field."
Mr Wagner will Inaugurate the lmprove
I ment's to be made at the park, and the
grounds should be in first-class condition
for the opening game. Joseph Strasberger,
the veteran advertising agent, has secured
| the score card privileges at the local jKirk
and promises a big Improvement over last
year's tally sheet. The refreshment bodth
contract has not yet been given out, and
Mr. Strasberger is also a bidder for that
"Tt'was expected that the Senators prac
ticing at Hampton would line up for their
first regular game f-esterday, the rewu ars
against the yanigans: but injuries and sick
| ness knocked out the arrangement Little
Jimmv Casey was .placed on the disabled
list vesterday, owing to a severe attack of
the chills. Hulen is still weak from the
same complaint while O'Brien refuses to
take chances with his sprained knee. As a
I result of this trio's absence the usual prae
' tice was gone through with. Dlnneen and
I Dunkle serving up balls to the batters and
the different menJtaHtag turns at the por -
tions in the field. "OakV Gettma* fielded su
perbly in left, whifc' little Slagie takes more
pleasure in handling the bat, several of his
drives yesterday the corking order
Padden at second a(;4 TIarry Da\ Is at first
worked together tele well-oiled machinery
and their execution oMlouble plays was o!
the usual speedy character. Davis has
evidently entirely recovered from the ln
? ttirv ho received last summer ami is in per
fect shape. This njUl be good pews to the
local "fans," as they were timorous on this
little defect, but very well know that Harry
i is strictly all right if his physical condi
tion is satisfactory. Wa'.ly Taylor report
ed yastonlay, undfJAS Gus JJp?*ybing en
I tanglement has l.t*?n ?|ra>sl\tened out it I?
expected that th?.-ltMti* will round out the
full delegation ofl'mwobers by tomorrow
mornifig. It has #e?rt "Very notjlceablethat
, the players are prrrm^ to report at the
grrmnds and et?l? into their Work with a
zeal that speffks well for the fjHijre of the
j <->uf -- -???/. ?? ? -? j | i
Kaward C. Be>ker purchased the" St.
Louis club frnjv'hisfc from the creditors'
syiiillcate yesterday. NegotialUiiit^ for the
deal were begun Saturday, when the cred
itors met Mr. Becker and Receiver Muck
enfuS?. Mr. Becker offered tSG,(MO outright,
I clear of his own preferred claims, but
asked for delay until yesterday to get as
surances from his league friends that he
would be recognized. Mr. Becker received
a telegram saying- the league was not con
cerned about prominent St. Louis business
men and would recognize no one but
Becker or Robison. Mr. Becker met the
creditors yesterday, and after the papers
I were signed wrote out a check for the
Articles of incorporation for a new base
ball association will be filed at once, and
Mr. De Hass Robisqn will hold 49 per cent
of the stock. All he gives in exchange for
this is his team of ball players. Robison
is in St. Louis.
. ? ??f'
Pol. John I. Rogers is of the opinion that
there will be no change in the National
League circuit this year, and possibly until
1I?H. when the pnssnt national agreement
will expire. Then there will be a return to
the old order of things, and there will be
two eight-club leagues. In an Interview
yesterday Col. Rogers said:
"The National Lewgue will adhere to the
twelve-club circuit this year. The two
rrost Important reasons are: According to
the national agreement there shall be no
change in the number of clubs forming the
National League for the term of ten years,
j This agreement was signed in lrtil, and will
hold good until lflOt The second provides
that no club shall be expelled from the
league for that len*th of time except by
the unanimous consent of every club in the
"Of course, it might be possible to pur
chase two of the clubs, and thus dispose of
their franchises, but this will hardly be
"If such were the case, one club in the
east and one in the west Would be dropped
?Baltimore and Cleveland?but 1 do not
think there will ever be a ten-club circuit
in the National League.
"The finances of the National Leajfue
clubs are such that any purchase of clubs
at the present is out of the question. As is
well known, last year was one of the poor
est known, and nine of the twelve clubs lost
money. All our energies must now be de
voted to recouping our losses so as to be In
a good financial position to launch the new
league in 1901.
"With the settlement of the St. Louis
financial trouble, the outlook appears bright
for the coming season, and I am firmly of
the belief and oplfiton that neither New
York nor any other of the present twelve
clubs will be dropped this year, and when
the opportune time arrives the public, in
stead of seeing a tetv-club league, will wit
ness a return to the jHd order of things
with two leagues or right stubs each."
Ed. Delehanty jiilpeijl the Philadelphia
club yesterday at-.their southern training
grounds. He is lit' fine condition and his
companions gave Rim a7 royal welcome.
Rusle, Seymour,' anij Meekin continue
their refusal to sign a JCew York contract,
Seymour's father muting in his oar and
saying that ho win not allow his lK>y to
play unless the $300 premised Cy Is turned
over to him before the^season opens.
"Dusty" Miller wa^'-also In the little
"mix-up" that brought_Jack Taylor to the
front. These two/worthies were out two
nights looking for<-caelish and reported to
Manager Ewing as haVing had great sport.
The Reds' managed" threatened to send the
pair home, but reltthte<* and the two play
ers are now hardest '#ork trying to g*t
into condition. " J
The Brooklyns ^peoted to leave New
York by boat yesterday at noon, but a ml?
hap to the stear>- - prevented their de
parture until mU,n .ght. The Baltimore*
left their home yesterday oil the time fixed.
Secretary Young received four contracts
by this morning's mail, one of which will
greatly please the Pittsburg emhualMta.
Three of them were from the smoky city
and embraced Bowerman, Rhinos and
Boyle, while 'the fourth was the document
to which "Duke" Farrell has affixed his
name. Bowerman Is really the best catcher
on Pittsburg's pay roll, and has been hold
ing out for an Increase for the past month.
The big fellow probably secured what Im
was after, as it was almost a caae of
"couldn't do wlthAtit" trim." Boyle is an
other player that received what he wu
after. He refused to play all last season
at the terms offered, .but Manager Watkins
decided to meet Boyle's figure this year
Dr. Ball's Couuh Syrup has been In
n?e for halt a cemnry. Some families h?*e oaed
U for thre? generations, mid It Is today tfe* Stan
I dnrtl r?uzh remedy of this country.
The Palais Royai Book Store,
49C for "A Ken of Kipling,'" by
Will M. Clemens. A biographical
sketch, with photogravure. Just out.
ESc for 50c Cloth-bound Edition of Rutlyard
Killing's most fa mow* books: "SoUlen
Three/' "The Light That Failed," "Phantom
Rickshaw," "In Black and White," "Barrack
Room Ballads." "Wee Willie Winkle." "Mnl
vaney Stories." "Plain Tales from the Hills." Set
of fire books, in card box, for only ??r. Set of
eight books for only $1.
89c for $i .25 edition of "Cyrano <le
Bergerac**?the original and only
authentic' translation. Cloth-bound.
90C of Hentnan." by
Antbfllijr Hope... 2k* f??r fiOr e<llti?n ??f
'Tbn??o"..,.6ftc for FAirar*s "Lift* of Cbrt?t.*' in
two cl"thl*>ond ToloDie*. . fl.4H for Wftatrr'i
J?irtionary. in full ?h?T? Mad ng. \n tatwerip
tfon at $0.
Lottidon Style Suits aod Hats,
First the Hats?and please don't be guided bv the illustration, which
discredits our artist and the hat it represents. Various styles are here, suit
able for bicycling as well as "walking." The materials are rough straws;
the colors arc browns, blues, black and white; the trimmings are wings
and quills with scarf; the prices are $2.25, S3. $350 and $4. being from
75c to $r.25 apiece less than the "Knox" and "Punlop," which are but
adaptations of these London styles. Exhibition and sale on Second floor,
in Millinery Parlor.
$18 Suits. $113.50 Suits.
(Fac-slmiles of imported), i (Fao-*iroiWs of Imported).
Suits of Venetian
Cloths and Scofoh
Tweeds. Sane with
double - brousted, tight
fitting jackets, and panel
skirt. trimmed with
bands of cloth or braid.
All sizes, in black, navy,
grays, brown and mix
tures. Saperb gar- <
m?-nts at tin- price
Suits of Cheviot and
Venetian Claft|. Tight
fitting and fly-front jack
ets. lined whh taffeta
silk: new-cut skirt, with
stihhed panel fronts;
all sizes, in black, gray,
cadet, nary, tan. Bet
ter than previous $li?
$112.75 Suits. $7.98 Suits.
(Kac-slmlb* of import<?d?.
Suits modeled aft or the
latent F.ugUsh Touring
checks. in black, brown
and gray, have ify-fwnt
jacket and panel nklrt;
some of plain cloth, in
light grar and cadet
bine. have eiitauav
(Fac-siuiiles of imixTtedi.
Unit* of All-wtwl ( Vv
lot. in navy. brown and
black: new-style Eton
jacket, lined with bright
color taffeta silk; new
cut ?kirt. lined and fln
inhed with water|>ro?>f
binding; tailor MaM.
$8.98 for "Sample" Skirts Worth Up to $12.
(One-of-a-kind Silk Petticoats.)
than usual $5
Silk Skirts. Cerise,
bluet, royal, turquoise,
navy and black, plain
colors and stripes. Um
brella shape, with one
and two ruffles and cords.
$2.68 f"r "uprwr
"Metallic" and Moreen
Skirts, with one. two and
five ruffles. Very superior
and durable, some hav
ing the appearance of ex
pensive silk petticoats.
f??r Skirts a
elaborate than those at
$2.08. Materials are the
same, and choice is of
fered of neat effects In
plain colors and strijtes.
? t] 1>Q) for the usual
^ $1.68 Metal
lic" Stripe and Black
Satine iVtticoats. New
shape, full flare, with
corded umbrella flounce.
Bargains In the true
sens** of the word.
Bflack Crepoms That Are Town Tafik.
It's a trade accident that is not likely to happen again. The merchant
for whom these Crepons were imported developed financial instability,
making the importer willing to lose a third of his investment rather than
risk losing all.
$0.50 Yard for $2 Crepons.
Fifteen different effects as in the
much more expensive crepons.
$2.50 for $3J
Twenty-five beautiful "Roman,"
lioveltv and "blister" effects.
Tlhe Scarce Gray Cloths for Tailor-flade Suits.
The Palais Royal is headquarters, quoted so by every dressmaker of prominence in Washington.
AH the scarce and fashionable grays, in 45 to 50-inch Venetian Cloths. W hipcord Suitings and Poplins;
Broadcloths, Cheviots, Nun's Veiling. Lansdowne and Henrietta; Grenadine Crepons, Crepe de Chine
and Etamines. Prices gradually rise from 50c to $3 a yard, a specialty being made of superior values at
On their way from New York?100 pieces of
the fashionable Twilled Foulard Silks, in forty
different effects and colors. This is the "scoop"
of the spring-summer season in the dry goods
trade. Merchants all know, and so do most ladies,
that these very best $1 Foulard Silks are already
scarce in the most desirable effects.
for 8?c Taffeta Silks.
And in the colors being "begged for"?the
five new shades of violets, three beautiful gravs,
five new greens, ten rare blues, including the blue
gray; cyrano, cerise, yellows, pinks, garnet, car
dinal and all the standard shades. Oualitv su
perior. samples will demonstrate that tliev are
worth 85c a yard, judged so at all other estab
$5.98 for Credit Stores' $110 Worth.
Full size White Enamel Bed, Woven Wire Springs, with extra support, Re
versible Mattress?all for $5.98. Extras at these low prices; 90c for Spring
weight Comfort covered with silkoline.. .Only 85c for the credit store's Si.25 Bed
Spreads in Marseilles effects. .. .41c for 81x90 Lockwood Sheets and 9c for the
usual 12^c Pillow Cases.
A*7n ran for the seasonable "Imperial Insecticide" 1-Hc for ' Dead Stuck." that's only |M?isonous to insect
nr a v ijfe ,3c for B. T. Babbitt's Laundry Soap and Soap Powder 12c for Galvanized Water Pails.
32c for large Clothesborses 14c for Heavy Tin Hani Broilers with cover 15c for Stepladders with
pail shelf 6c for Hard-wood Knife Boxes lc cake for Sand Soap 2c for Floating Laundry Soap
10c for Nickel Gas I fighters and Box Tapers for Blacking Case*, fitted $3.tit* for the "Ban
ner" Oil Heater 60c for Comer Medicine Cabinets with mirror door 6c for 100 Best Clothespins
8c for 100 Japanese Paper Napkins l?k- for Long-handle Ceiling Dusters $3.19 for usual $3.50 Deco
rated Dinner Sets. 56 pieces $4.20 for $5 Decorated Toilet Sets of In pieces, including Jar. These are Base
ment flow "Bargain Spots."
Art Needlework Lessons Free of Charge.
(A new class now forming.)
When in the department ask to see "Our Baby ;" it's a lxjok to hold its historv?and
the stamped linen cover, when embroidered, is a tiling of beauty. And. too, ask to see
the Shawl that brought one of our pupils the $5? Pr'7-e given by the maker of "Bear
PALAIS ROYAL, G Street.
and he will strengthen the Pirates' catch
SAEXUEHHl M) THRICE BEATBH.
Defeat* Virtually Cost Them the
The question of the championship of the
District Bowling League was practically
settled as a result of the set of games be
tween the Columbia Athletic Club and the
Saengerbund teams bowled on the Young
Men's Christian Association alleys last
night. The Saengers, yearning for first place
und strong enough for two victories from
the league leaders, the Carroll Institute
five in the series at the Institute a week
ago, bit the dust before the Columbia play
ers three successive times last night. Un
less the Carrolls lose the six games they
have yet to play, a virtual impossibility, the
Saengers must, after having won the league
trophy in and 't>8, be content In '9a with
second honors. So the handsome cup.
toward which the league played all look
with admiring eyes, will for a year at least
grace the home of the Carroll Intsitute.
'Twas Columbia's farewell to it* old
home, the hospitality of the Y. M. C. A. to
be no longer taxed, and the boys made the
occasion a to-be-remembered one. George
Stltt established a new record for a three
game match, averaging for the evening's
play the remarkabe figure of 201. and in
the last game narrowly missed an equal
to Armstrong's score of 233. Dr. Ricker.
owing to absence from the city, was out of
In the opening game the early stages
yielded no consolation to Columbia, and
gave no forecast to the result that was to
come before the evening's close. At the
sixth frame Saengers led by eighty pins,
but by nearly perfect work from that point
Columbia reached their opponents and won
out by three pins. Stltt's lofted ball in the
final frame caused considerable excitement,
bat the player was able on his last roll to
win for his side. The score follows:
CVilamMa Athletic Cluh. [ gaenserfciiul.
sr. 8|i. sc. st. m>. sc.
Von Boeck 1 4 130 Kerens 1 7 157
I'ltkln 0 0 i:<7 Spina 2 ;i 1,1ft
1 X>nl? .1 4 177 ifneke 1 5 144
Itrdier 4 2 140 llurrtlue 2 4 142
?Stltt 2 6 10? tSrurggor 3 S 174
Totals 10 22 7.Vi Totals ? 24 753
Columbia was master of the aituatlon
through nearly the entire second game.
While each side bowled the same number
of strikes and Columbia had but one more
spare, the bunched strikes of Stitt. when
commencing in the fifth frame, he bowled
a quad, settled for good the outcome of the
game. Aside from Burdine's double header,
the Saengers' strikes were scattered.
The score of second game:
Columbia Athletic Club. Saeugrrbund.
St. Sp. Sr. ?_ St. S|>. Sr.
Von ltoerk.... 1
4 134 Be rem 1
0 151 Spirits 2
7 161 Jfoeke 3
4 142 Burdine 4
Stitt ? 2 lt?? Bruesger 1
Total! 11 23 784 Totals 11 22 705
The team from the Athletic Club were so
unquestionably winners from ?e start in
the last game that the interest practically
centered on Stiu s great play. A perfect
game no breaks, occurring in the score,
this player kept the crowd of spectators
so wrapped in his work, that the team
totals became a matter of secondary inter
est. When, in the last frame, he failed to
strike there was general regret.
The acore of third game:
Columbia Athletic Club. Saengrrhund.
St. Sp. Sr. St. Sp. Sr.
Von Hoerk 0 4 117 Bi renn 2 3 12!"
I'itktn 1 4 130 Spies. 2 ? 158
lVsio 2 7 I7l> liAeke 0 4 l2b
Rodier 3 3 150 Uurtllue 2 2 12V?
SUtt. 6 4 22!' Bruegser 2 7 170
Totals 12 22 811 Total* 8 21 712
Tomorrow evening the Business Men will
play at Carroll Institute.
The standing of the clubs follows:
Won. Lost. Per <t.
Orroll Institute SI
Business Men". Club 15
Columbia Athletic Club 18
Washington Athletic Club 12
HALI ADLAI WHS TWO MATCHES'.
Throws Danrnn McMillan and Hjal
niar I.nndla at Dnlutb.
DULt'TH, Minn., March 21.?Hall Adlal
defeated Duncan McMillan of St. Paul and
Hjalmar Lundln. the Swedish strong man.
In a catch-as-catch-can wrestling match
last night. The match was witnessed by
3.(100 people. The Turk was to throw both
men twice In ninety minutes. He threw
Lundin In 8 minutes and 11 minutes and Mc
Millan Tli 13U and 17 minutes. During the
last bout McMillan succeeded in reaching
the Turk's back twice, and he is credited
with having been the first man that ever
got a half-nelson on the oriental wonder.
Eastern *. C. U on.
The Central High School basket ball team
met defeat at the hands of the Eastern
Athletic Club last night at the Washington
I.lght Infantry Armory- The score was 15
to 4. The all-round playing of Dunn. Fear
son and Colllflower of the Kasierns, and
Sagrario. Burbank and Schriver of the Cen
trals were features of the game. The line
K. A. C. Positions. C H. 8
Colllflower Enemy's goal Schriver
Dunn Right forward Ellis
Pearson Ecft forwttrd Sagrario
Gooding Center Devlin
Bolger Right back Burbank
Hughes Deft back Ruppert
Boyd Home goal Sherwood
Goals from field?Pearson. 4: Colllflower.
2: Dunn, 1: Schriver. 2. Goals from fouls
Dunn. 1. Referee?Mr. J. F. Wilson. Um
pires?Messrs. E. G. Casey and James Brad
ley. Timers?Messrs. George F. Gates and
R. A. Fish. Scorer?Mr. J. B. Baker.
Case Seat to (irand Jury.
Judge Scott of the Police Court today
heard the case of Arthur L. Phillips, the
young man recently arrested by Policeman
Kilmartln for alleged larceny from the [ler
son. It was charged that he stole $su from
James H. Carroll, a pensioner. The caso
was sent to the grand Jury and bond was
fixed at 11.000.
Will not Scratch
Always uscd in the ron? or a latmc*.
AND DOKI NO MONK INJURY THAN WATCft.