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Clothiers, 0137th SL
THE EVEyiXG- TIMES, 8ATUJtDAY OCTOBER 2G, 1893.
About the Boys' Suits
at two-thirds Value!
We might as well have termed this a " Bank
rupt " Sale of Boys' Clothing: for, as we stated,
yesterday, the firm failed directly after selling; us
the Suits and Pants at ridiculously low prices.
Here are the lots again:
BOYS' SUITS AND SEPARATE PANTS.
1 lot of Boys' All-wool Winter
Suits, in neat dark intternmff I 1C
lzn4bilS. WorlkliW sPl.O
1 lot of Ikj" All-wool Suit,
dotiblo knee and seat, a hslf
dozen or iitnre attractive dark ffO Pn
pattern, l'ullr (rortb t .... j,3U
1 lot of Boys Flue Dressy
All-wool OifTlotfuila. DUck
and naTy blue, fine soft ma
terial, eateeu Hn'.ug and CQ flfl
Would bo cheap at 95 yuUU
Hoys' -ll-ool Navy Bloe
"Chinchilla" Reefers: velvet
collar, checked cloth liidnc,
PARKER, BRIDGET & CO.,
CLOTHIERS. 315 7th St.
1 lot of Boya' All-wool Pants,
In. uray, hrown, and Wact
nnct white mlitures, sizes 4 to
10. VVonhTScaml 1
1 lot of Boy' Tine All-wool
rant, lu cray, brown and
black and whlto checks nnd
mixtures. A dozen or more
dressy patterns. These are
made with the elastic quill
waist bands thus relieving
tho strain on the buttons.
lully worth l.UJ and 41 ix...
MIGHTY EM EFFORT
Washington to Be Cleaned of all
Forms of Gambling.
TE8T CASE 0F KUBNITZf
LOCAL ATHLETIC' GOSSIP
History of I ho Ahem lit From Time to
Tlmo to Hid the City or Various
Kvllri Opposition In the N'ltuto
Finally Overcome In Fart nnd Heme,
dial Legislation Enacted.
BOXERS ARE BELLIGERENT
Jack Daly Matched to Fight Ned
McConnell to a Finish.
Touiik Pnrisour. Knqoks Out I In- llluek
Diamond in a 1'rlvnte- Go In
"Young Parsons, the cast end boxer, took
fart in a lively scrap with a colored antag
onist, w tin In known at. ilu: Black Diamond,
on Thursday night. The affair took place
lu private. In tlie south end part of town,
there being a dozen or so of tlie acquaint
ances of the fighters present.
The lKiut was a g'eod one until the sixth
round, vilien Pan-uus Iiil tin- Diamond a
clip ou the Jaw thai laid linn low and ended
proceedings. Parsons is tlie young man
who Id matched to tight voting Davis at
Riverside next montli.
Manager La Founlaliie, of the Eureka
Club, received a dispatch from Johnny
Glynn, at Baltimore, last night. Gljnn
is cut up over Baltimore's charge that lie
Is afraid, ami says the reason lie allowed
llie match with llateiuan to fall through
was because h;wantisl a guarantiee that
there would lie something in the gate
receipts for him if he won. He now otrers
to right Bati-man for fifty per cent, of the
gatemoney, whatever that m.iy lie, but La
Fountaine sa)s lie will have lo put up
u forfeit to make good Ida appearance in
the ring before he has an further dealings
Jack Daly has lieen matched to fight
Ned McConnell, of Wilmington, to a finish
with two ouuco gloves. There has l-eu ill
feeling between these two men for a yearor
more, both claiming the light-weight cham
pionship of Delaware. 'i.o piospccttve
event is to be in private, and is booked to
take place ou the 11 til of next month at I
Wilmington. Daly will then come to Wash
ington, hating agreed to box Jimmy Lviicb
fifteen rounds at Alexandria ou the 15th
of next month. Lynch is the young man
who fought Jimmy Griffin a couple of
years ago at Coney Island. He is a very
Mr. John J. Lusky denies the assertion
made in The Evening Times that lie was
going lu tlie dredging business, and asks
that the following card lie Inserted:
Sporting Editor Timet: In your evening
ediliou of the 2 ltli instant, under Die head
of "Notes About Boxers," you state that
Lusky, the athlete, who traveled with
Uuldoon and his combination at one time.
will shortly leave with James Green for
COMING TO THE THKATBKS.
Miis Marie Wniuwrig'ht will be the star
at the Grand Opera House (luring the week
lieginnlng November -J, when she will pre
sent an extremely Interesting and varied
rope rtoire composed of "lJaughtera of Eve,"
The Love Chase" ami a iiewsoch-tyetrnma,
Ills Puritan Wife," by Florence Sehoeffel.
Miss "aln Wright Is supported by the best
company she has ever hud. It includes
Nathaniel llartwlg, Ilarlon Hill, Battle
Russell and Gertrude Elliott.
The engagement of Creston Clarke at the
Lafayette Square Opera House licit week
promises to be a fashionable season of
Shakntenrean and classical dramas.
The supporting company includes the
beautiful and gifted actress. Miss Adelaide
1 rince. Mr. Clarke will apicar on Monday
and Thnrsdaj 'evenings and Saturday matl-
"" iiamiet; on Tuesday evening, "The
"roofs RcvriiKc:" Wednesday matinee, "The
Merchant of Venice," and in the evening
the first time In this cily of "Edgar Allan
I'oe, a dramatization of "The Itavcn "
by George C. Hazelton, Jr., of this cltv. On
fT-iday evening Mr. Clarke will repeat "The
I- ool nexeiige," and will close his engage
ment Saturday night with "Richelieu."
air. i larke was the favorite nephew of
tlie ate Edwin Ilooth, and was considered
by that great actor as his successor on the
American stage. As Hamlet Mr. Clarke
resembles his distinguished uncle in his
Ideal character. "
"Hamlet" will be featured by Mr. Clarke
the sceiierj- being painted fro... sketches
: " "-' """ "o "s credited with creat
ing a record at Philadelphia last season
or sixteen i-otisecutlve weeks of Shake
spearean and classical plajs. No other
iSKh""1" "" ,M" """'"J-. "t ex.fpting
Hootl, rorres. or M.-Cullough. iu the hey
'" l"'llrlty. ever plajed such a long
season. The ciigacciucnt tr.n i.
sJagr""" ",C "lMurJ: r I'h"a!ell-hla
It cost Charles Krohman nearly S40 000
acc-ordlng to hisstatemeht, tpreluc."TI.e'
.S!S?'!L,n l",E""ire Theafer, a!,d
--.- j.- . "" oijiicmsi mere, where It
II, e f rs ".f1?"0," "l "Vkomsl ,, in
the first inmates for the production.
J' tliarles FroUiuali sig,lt,i contract
P mi.r !''", ",r,vari1 PHKluce In the
i 'i r,t;' ,,,Ja"u' ry ''"ii'eriKm comctlv
Mel" i "' Hovrar" w-' writing, he had no
n U ' "l;iWou1" "- "i possession of such
"" I'raordlnary tnunipu as Henry Arthur
Jones drama turned out to be.
After "The Masouem,!..,' i.n.i i,
wi,f UV,VK -Vr- """''nl Mrr " "' ''"ln v
Ilarpir s M cekly. At the end of the w,ird
act lw I, went into Mr-Frohmau-sofflc-am
ire ."si!:"'':1 "- "a" a S" PUy and a
Tliearrest yesterday of Kopiiel Kurnilzki,
who lias for several years oieratcd a slock
and grain broker's orfice on F street,
on a charge of violating the laws of the
District ngaiiuUKainlng, is the begin
ning of a mighty effort to rid Hie city
entirely of all forms of gambling. This
will prolulily Involve additional legislation
by Congress aud the removal of some of
the lHague spots against which The Times
has been co aetivclyeiigaged for a jcar.
Willi WaslibiKlon's constantly changing
population, the result of iliangesiu admin
istrations, there, are many who are not
familiar nith the cmiiIs of fle or six
years ago. Hut it does not take a long
memory' to recall the time when then
was a regular bee-hive of jkm.1 rooms and
other forms of betting at the head of
Seventh street, Just outside the i-ity limits.
They drew much custom from Depart
ment clerks. Helling there became so
general that soon after -1 ii'iloik a reg
ular line of hue Lh. coupes ami other vc
hltles start is I toward the resort, to say
nothing of the numbers who used the
street cars. Sunday came to be the blg-gi-st
day of the week in the dens, with all
forms of carousal. C
Finally the iniwd lietnine n Imld and
careless that they gathered in the rear
or the little (iiirk-y Chapel, and with their
oaths and songs Interrupted the Kuntlay
Mhiiol aud oilier services. This aroused
tho indignation or the attendants u)sin
worship there, and a crusado was liegiin
against tin gang.
Christian sentiment was awakened all
over Washington and a great ntltloii, in
the preparation of which ministers and
religious leaders of all denominations par
tlcliKtted, was taken to Congress asking
fora lawto brcakuptlicihfiUllouspracticcs
HIS BOLD ANNOUNCEMENT.
The Jockey club had Just then Isjught over
ouu aires near uenning and laid out a mile
track. Senator Ul.ukburn met the (It Miami
of the petition with a Uiid' announcement
that no bill could pans the Senate that did
not provide for a continuance of racing
althistrack. Thcrirst proposal wasacainst
all pool selling, and would have killed Hie
Uenning enterprise dead as It now is.
llie racing Senator from Kentucky said
it could not In any way pass tho Senate.
Already the long session of the Fifty-first
Congress was drawing to a close. If any
thing was to be done there must, be no
prolonged fight in tho Senate.
The promoters of the legislation were not
dlsiiosed lo attack the Jockey Club espe
cially. A good many cry reputable Wash
ington men were financially Interesfed 111
It. II was only desired to break up the
crying evil lhat haiLspruns up on Seventh
street and was disturbing the whole neigh
borhood, including the religious services.
A compromise wasagri-ed upon by which
a clause was inserted excepting in so many
words a race track of a given length and
with given accompaniments, all of which
were present at the Lemiing's course. This
was passed wilhoitt opisii ion unil'tl.T- mat
ter was considered setthsl. The oiicrators
of houses ou secnth street cleared out,
and it was at that time first that many
of Ihem removed across the river.
The Gridiron- Beceives'-Two More
Promising Local Organizations.
dipt. Green Has it Dozen Hqttketbull
PIitycTH to Hand KromVlilcu to
Pick 111m Lciitriiu feuin.
The basketball team of the Potomac
Wheelmen are practicing faithfully for the
coming league games. Charles Green, who
lias been elected captain, has In hand Ed
ward Ikiau, Fred Weislmnder, Edward
Ochert, Ben. Uottsclulk, Louis Zcman,
Hen McKoe, Cland KoIk-11, Oliver Gess
ford and Raymond HodcrUk. From this
collection of talent Capt. Green expects to
pick his league team and he expects to
pkk a good one.
Daniel Frogg, a baseball plajer, football
player and all around uthlftic joung man,
of K street, nould like lo make a mulch
to run 100 yards against some amateur
of this city.
The League Juniors are a nctv football
organization Just completed. It Is the
outcme oof tho work of Louis Foster,
who successfully managed a team ot six-
toen-yaer-ohls last season. The lineup of
the new team is as follows:
Connors, center; Quliin, right guard;
Triples, lert guard; Mackie, left tackle;
Hieketts, right end; Connoly, left end;
Foster, full back; O'Donohue, right half
back; Law lor, left half back, and Fletcher,
The team lln.sl up against a picked eleven
of Sixth street boys on Thursday and de
feated tllem easily. ' .
The Gonzaga College boys lmu nihil
out a football team as follows: He.ily,
ichiijii nacKiiiugues, rigiiiiiairiiack;Shea,
left guard; Costello, right guard; Mclier
mott, left tackle; Hunt, right tackle; Cud
more, center; McDonald, quarter back;
Pecker, full back; Itose, right end, and
Coyle, left cud.
Would be a wonder
fully elegant and du
rable Shoe for even
Laced or Button.
IIDIl WAVE OF TR1MPS
Its Van Guard Fills the Mission:
and Lodging Houses.
CHANGE IN POLICE POLICY
ai&il 11U1I11 A. WVJa (J
RELIABLE SHOE HOUSES. W
030-032 7th St. X.W.
1014.1910 Pa. Ave. -.lV. W
233 Pa. Ave. S. II
The second eleven of the Eastern High
School will line up against the sccoud team
of Columbian College this arternoon, and
a good game Is looked for.
The game at National Park yesterday be
hvccii i-oiumoian college anu jnisincss
High School boys resulted III an easy Uctory
for the former, the score being 18 to 0.
The line-dp was as follows:
GRIMES WON ON THE SQUARE
Emphatic Denial That He Was
Paced in the Boad Bace.
TlioCharueH CliurnctcrUcsl us Hut One
of Many, Dilatory Proceedings In
Si-tilliiK tho Controversy.
Hobo Fraternity Have Hail a Tip That
YVnnhlniftoii Vflll Jfot IVeleonio
Them TIiIh "Winter So Sl.itloii-
Iioumu LotlKlpKH Without in After-
inittli All Ilc-Kurdecl ns Vujjk.
"Columblju. Ilusioess College.
Parsons I.e. Monroe I.e.
Sinister 1. 1. Lyinau 1. 1.
Pollanl L g. Luehs 1. g.
Harlan c. Miller c.
Ciimmings r. g. Klotz r. g.
Shaw r. t. Daniels r. t,
Cahura r. e. Sears r. e.
Heall q. b. IV.1M1.... q. b.
Heard r. h. b. Haniels r. h. b.
Fuggltt I. h. b. Duffy.. .-. .. ..1. h. b.
Weaver f. b. Tails f. b.
tVAGNEIt A GOOD SHOT.
the oyster bisls, where the pair will engage ,,,,',,."' "'""i. "1 see at once that
I am not engagcsl in the " '""'"-'- "' -'ourseir, air.
.l..utt,... " T . ., ..in m cnl iti tin.' " J'"i"-c CO yourself, air. Krntiirifi.r ......
dredging biiEiiiess, and am only slightly ac-1 7,',l'i",Jt ,,rwlut'c "'3" Play at this house
quaiuti-d with Mr. Green. I ask you to make """" ""- present season."
this correction iu justice to myself. He
pectfully, JOHN J. LUSKY.
Sam Kelly, of this city, beat John Mur
phy, of Baltimore, iu a six-round go In the
latter city last night.
HILL NYE AND I1EHT I'OOI.K.
"Kxpoise Fnrniliid" To-nlKlit.
If ioa would enjoy an evening of rare
pleasure filled Willi merriment that you
will recall with liapplfat recollection for
many days to come you must not miss
hearing and sis-ing Bill Nje, America's
great liumorist, and Bert Poole, the famous
cartiHitiist, in their comhiucsl enteTtain
ment,entltled "Farming Exposed," at
A large advance sale of seats lndicatis
thai the people knowand appreciate a good
thing wheu It is presented to them. It Is
almost unhersally the case that a large
number of people have (o purchase stand
ing room lo attend Bill Nje's entertain
ments. There are yet, honeier, good seats
obtainable, but they should be procured
to llaltlinori' and lletiirn
IViiiihi Ivunla Hiillroinl.
Saturday and Sunday, October 2C and
27, good returning until Monday, the 28th.
Rate, $1.2r. good on any train.
A good, care
ful look through
the big stock of
teach j'ou a
It'll show you
, what a carefully
. r s 1 r .-- 11
y? Bchosen, well
mP W bought stock
Jfr H means. A lesson
in stjie and good
taste, and a lesson in econ
ia r 'XJ. i
Vzk. j j ?- j
JI a i Dv
All-wool chcMOt and cos
slmcrc suits, black, blue
From that to S2.50, $3,
$3.50 and up.
Hecfcr suits, double and
single breasted fancv
nnd plain collars-SO, $5;
Hoys' long panu suits,
double and single breast
ed, cassimcres, cheviots ffC nn
and worsteds 4)0. UU
Children's Overcoats, neat, styl
ish, warm and perfectly made
Then Mr. irtwrir.ir.ii-..i ir......
Iu satisfaction of his contract.
"The Masqucradcrs" will be presented at
the New National Theater during the sev
enth annual engagement of Charles Froh
inotia slock company, lieginnlng Monday
ct enlng. It will be done with the original
-.. ...... .... uic raupire 'meater costumes,
scenery awl furniture and properties.
After an absence of seven years Jolly
Nellie McIIenry is returning to Washington.
She aud her strong company appear at the
Academy next week in her latest success
a cyclo-comedy, "Tlie Hlcjcle Girl."
People have got Into the habit of espect-
... j...., ..vine jusC as one expects roses in
June or rain in Dccenilier. and she Is Just
as welcome as theflrst and almostas neces
sary as the second. What a cheery. Jolly,
whole-souled little actress she is. to 1...
sare, and what a regular burst of sunshine,
real sunshine, not the stage kind, that Is
nude with an iron tank and some kind of
No matter how oflcn one sees Nellie
McIIenry, there is Just as much novelty in
her appearance as there was the time one
first saw her.
She conies this time with a new play,
a cyclo-comedy, entitled "The Bicycle
Girl," espsriahy written lor Icr by loms
Harrison. It is n cytlo-coniedy. in other
words, a face-coiuedy with a "plot, some
thing rather exceptional to this stvle of
entertainment: nevertheless It has a well-
founded plot that can lie followed Willi a
great deal of inienit. It blazes, burns.
and sizzles-that Is, it comprises three
distinct acts. The first act shows the Briar
vtoou uicjcie will) and the endeavor of
"Grace" I Miss Nellie McIIenry) to have
the Baron Bike John Webster) to net as
master of ceremonies at the bicycle clam
The next act shows us the bicycle clam
liakC and lllTC III., lllol Win. t,. fn.m
itself into something tangible.
And how the third act does sizzle.
It open up,' showing the audience the
beautiful bicycle track at Manhattan
Beach and how easily the Bicrcle Girl
wins the race.
Miss Mclie-i.ry isthelireor Iherompanv,
but theartcries through which coursethefiin
and merriment are her clever assistants,
numbering over a dozen or more. Promi
nent among them may be mentioned John
cjht, jLieuTy xauTioir, Charles Harri
son, Miss Dell Jackson, Miss Laura Ben
nett and others.
coat yet ?
you need a top
See us $10, $12
Loeb & Hirsh.
The Clothiers. Shlrtmakers. Outflttsrj,
The attraction nt the Lyceum next week
will be Hyde's Comedians; an organization
comiosc.l alisolulcly of high class and re
The company this season Is headed by
Miss Fannie Mora, a sister to the cele
brated songstress, Helene Mora, and, like
her, possessed or a rich and melodious con
tralto voice. Olhcr names appearing on
the programme are Polly Holmes, the
Irish Duchess, who will sing a carefully se
lected repertoire; Johnny and Emma Hay,
those delightrul specimens of California
comedy eccentricity; George P. Murphy
and Kitty Kursale, the refined sketch ar
tists; the Dnlys. expert dancers: the Midi"
leys, the liest of juvenile impersonators;
the Wilmot duo, who stand forth as the
world's greatest trick bicycle riders: Tlnr-
rls aud Walters, the conicjlydioomers; Les
ter and McAvoy, authors, producers and
originators, and the Newsboys' Quintette.
The performace will conclude with the
funny absurdity entitled "A Mom's with
Justice Schwab," Introducing George P.
Murphy and Johnny Kay- In tlie principal
comedy roles. There will be matinees
Tuesday, Thursday, nnd Saturday.
C. A. C. Smoker.
The amusement committee of the Colum
bia Athletic Club has provided an excellenl;
programme to be presented to-night at the
regular Saturday evening smoker, to be
held In the club parlors. Admission to the
smoker is for members of the dub and car
nival committeemen only, so that thev ma v
J exchange views and plans for the advance
ment of the club carnivai.
Hut the reform met opposition In an un
expected quarter. The Presbyterian elder
who then occupied the White House ob
jected lo the bill and vetoed It after Com
griws had adjourned. His reason was that
it was class legislation; that it purported
lo suppress pooling, while it actually, by Its
excepting clause, legalizesl it lor a siH'cial
REOPENED" THEIR PLACE8.
The crowd that had moed out of the
Seventh street ciens neard this with rejoic
ing. sTney came back practically Iu a bony
aud with banners flying nil along the line
or their procession. Their places were re
opened, and betting on races everywhere,
ou prize fights, dog fights nix! eve-ry sort of
"siorting cent" was more free and in
larger proportions than ever. All told
tne re-sorts were iiandlln money at the rate
of five to ten millions a year.
When Congress came back the clamor
for legislation, was renewed. The first an
swer was, "We have done all we ran for
you." But the public would not accept
this. "Find out what the gentleman at
the other end or the Avenue will approve,"
was the next word, "then we'll try to pass
Spnnl.tr Blackburn, bnivever. was still
J to be dealt with. It was necessary to in
sert tlie mllc-llmlt clause, which, a little
more general, still permitted the pool sell
ing at Bennlngs. This passed, and to the
surprise of some, rccei'.esl the President's
signature without a quiver. It -did every
thing he had complained of iu the other bill,
but In another way. The Seventh street
resorts were closed.
Then came A. A. Blmey as the people's
representative in criminal prosecutions.
He insisted th.it laws against gaming must
be enforced. The act or 1883, he thought,
was erfeclive to pool selling. It contained
no exemption for the Bcnnings track. Mr.
Birney won several fights involving the old
law. A last stand was made in the Fred
Miller case, and Henry E, Davis argued
keenly and persistently, but Judge Cole
first, and finally the Court of Appeals, lust
spring decided fo-Mr. Birney.
This fall the Couover case for promoting
policy was fought over'agulu, aud Conover
was nnaiiy convicted.
THE LAST RESORT.
Almost the only public refuge tor men
who enjoy tho gambling fever was the
"ticker" ofriccs. Or these there are very
many in the city. They are located In pre
tentious offices In the best quarters aud In
back rooms up stairs, with hardly business
enough to keep the telegraph operator from
starving. Some of them have no operator,
but their po'trons'elonot know thedifference.
They can be found ou F, bctwee-n Thir
teenth and Fifteenth; on Flfti'enth, be
tween tlie avenue and II; ou G, between
Ninth and Eleventh; on Seventh, between
Pennsylvania avenue and I; on F, between
Sixth and Tenth. This does not mean that
they are In every house, or even every block,
in these, localities, but it means that
brokers" orfices, some or which may como
within the District attorney's interpreta
tion of the law of 1883 against gaming
are to be found in the limits named.
The total amount of money divertiHl
from the homes of clerks and from the ordi
nary channels or trade by the "ticker"
orfices Is said to bo very large, something
like $00,000 a month.
Under the law the owners of buildings
are liable to fine or imprisonment if thuy
permit gaming on their premises. The
penalty Is one year In Jail or $CC0 fine.
Not only the ow ner, but tlie tenant who
sublets It Is In danger of prosecution.
These fucts have already created quite
a stir among property owners, jr Mr.
Kurnilzki should be couvicted the dis
turbance "will amount almost to a panic.
The penalty for Mr. Kurnilzki, as for
others who luay be convicted of gaming,
is five years in prison.
Kill. si Twenty-four DlnU in the Hlj;
Tournament mid Got Third -Money.
Mr. William Wagner, who Just missed
winning the first prize in tlm great cham
pionship shooting tournament yesterday,
is receiving tli(! congratulations of his many
friends iu and outside of the Capital City
The first prize. ?rlfi in cash, ami the
trophy, went to Fred Gillvrt."a joung man
from Iowa. Glllicrt and MrAliter, of
Baltimore, were the only two men to hit
all or Ihelr twenty-five Innlw, and lu the
shoot-edf (lllliert won, and the Baltimore
man got fttVoiMmtmcy.
Mr. Wagner was tied with Brewer, King,
and Coe for third money, $25i)U0acli man
having killed twenty-four bird) " It took
three shoot-orrs to decide the-tW, Mr; Wag
ner hilling all fle of bis birds'three times,
and finally winning.
Mr. Wagner is an old-timer at the sh. Kit
ing Inishiess, aud Is pronounced by those w ho
shot against him and all who witnessed
his work ns a thorough, good and game
In the first shoot off for the tie Brewer
ilropjxsl nut by losing his second bird, ainl
Wagner tlesl King and Coe by killing five
straight. In the shoot-off at five birds
e-ach. King inisMslhis first bird. and Wagner
had to kill live straight to keep in the
hunt with Coe.
lu the third shoot-edf at five birds, Wag
ner killed fic and Coe losuhis last two.
E. B. Coe, of Baltimore, who won fourth
money. Is n young traveling sale-sinan- His
father Is a lawyer and au enthusiastic
sportsman. E. B. Coe is a shooter who has
attracted considerable attention, and is
one eif the cracks in the Baltimore Shooting
The statement made' exclusively In The
Times ye-sterday that charges had ln-en
made that Grimes, the winner, of the Du
IHint Cycle Club's road race em Monday,
hail lieen guilty or foul riding, was freely
discussed among bicjele riders generally
The general opinion seemed to lie that
the charge against Grimes was Inspired bv
J.-alousy more than anything i-lsy, and that
It would not be made good. In fact, this
view of the matter was taken by mem
bers of the committee who have the in
vestigation la charge.
In talking the matter over yesterday In
the presence ot The Times reporter, a
joung man whose name lias been promi
nently me-mloned In connection with Mon
day's affair declared that he could stop
Grimes from getting first prize it lie
wanted to. He Wds told by a member of
the committee that he ought lo make good
such an assertion, but the joung man
showed no .Imposition to do so.
As-to the "maroon lande-m" matter. Mr.
Charles O'Neill, writiug to The Tiiue-s, savs:
without foundation in fact, and anne-urs
to tie at best but oiieortheillkitoryproceed
ings that have characterized the conduct
of this race.
"The tandem in question was ridden to
and from the meet by Mr. William Winter
halter, of the Eastern Cycle Companv. and
myself, and during the e-iitire time-." from
start to finish of the raw, the tandem was
in my charge.
"After the scratch man had startcsl I
pushed the; wheel up the hill to the fin
ish at the keep.r's cottage, aud placed it
among a hundred other bicycles against
the picket fence nt trie right ir the road,
where it remained under my care until the
race had lieeu finished, then, and only then,
was It ridden on the e-ourse some two hun
dred yards' from the: finish tape to tho
"The -maroon tandem' was not ridden nt
mi- time during the race, and I can statu
most emphatically that to the bt-st of my
kiiowledgc there was ,i:ot even a sugges
tion made to the riders thereof to pace
Grimes or any other rider."
gotten up by joung colored men. It Is
called the Pastime Cycle Club, and has
headquarters ou O street, letween Sixth
and Seventh. The thirty members all
Inught wheels at one time the other day
rrom one agent here. Clarence Gray is the
captain and manager of the club.
A Republican mass meetlug wa held lat
night at Upper Marlboro. The chief ad
dress of the day was delivered by Hon.
A Democratic mass m-etlng was held at
Hagerstown. Speeches were maile by Mr
John E. Hurst, Comptroller Smith, Attor
ney General Poe, Isaac Lobe Strauss and
The proceedings of the Potomac synod of
the Reformed church at Frederick were of
au interesting character.
The directors of the Silver Cross Home
for Epileptics, at Port Deposit, has made
its annual report showing the work of the
institution during the lust year.
Commander Eeiwin While will succeed
Commander William II. Brownsoti as com
mandant of cadets at the Annapolis Naval
Virginia and Wc-st Virjtluln.
Capt. Joshua Ellis, a well-known water,
man. ilroppcd dead at his home, near-Fairfax
The preliminary hearing in the case or
R. II. Harris, jr., charged with shooting
and killing W. F. Mallory, at Petersburg,
was continued until Monday next.
The ocean steamships Taris and New
York are to be overhauled next month
at the Newport News ship yard.
Capt. William F. Drnminond, ror thirty
years a passenger conductor on the Sea
board Air Line, is dead.
Many new and handsome buildings are
In course of erection at Cane Chnries.
John Edwin Plcrpont died suddenly In"
. Gov. Coffin, eif Connecticut, was In
Richmond on his return from Atlanta, and
expressed himself as much pleased with the
outlook In the South.
At Martlnsburg a performance was given
under the auspices of the .Daughters of
the Confederacy In aid of (the proposed
West Virginia Confederate Home.
Moses Everette, for many years a freight
conductor on the Baltimore and Ohio mart.
died at Ple-dmont. i
A novel sc heme to get wheels oneasy terms
has been adopteel by a number of ladies and
gentlemen In this elty. It Is proposed to
get nrty ik-rsons to go luto the movement,
uiiriy or tnem Having already Joined it.
When the fifty names have been obtained
e-arli person will inclose his name In an
envelope. The envelopes are all lo be alike
and there Is to lie entire secrecy as to the
name any one of them contains. These
onveloiies will then be numbered from 1 to
DO, and each week a vote Is to be taken
as to whie h number shall have a wheel.
Eaih member pays $2 a week, and alter
sixteen weeks, when sixteen wheels have
Is-en given out, the factory that lio furnish
them agrees to give out the other thirty-
four wheels at one time, the members
agreeing to keep right along with the two-
dollar-a-week pa j meats until all have
lk-eu paid for. Besides this, the factory
agrees to give each of the persons who
buys in this way a lamp, a bell, and a
Jcar'sinsurane-e on the wheel.
The semi-annual tidal wave of 1 ramps
is upon the city. It Is a question whether
the Influx this season is heavier than for
a corresponding iieriod of last year, but It
is at least as heavy. It Is upon this ioiut
that tramp authorities differ.
The kind people, at the Central Union
Mission told The Tinie-s last night that
the number of tramps is no greater than Is
Usual at tills season, but the police, who
are also familiar with the tramp-qucstlon.
contradict the mlssloners. During the
past year the Information has been passed
around in the hobo fraternity that Wash
ington Is not so soft a place us it Used
to be. Washington was once the capital
of Irntiiikloin, because it was the "easiest"
place hi the land. Tramps say that it
uscsl to be that even an uncultured tramp
could "turn a flop," or "g-i a itod" he-re,
but that now the most experienced mem
ber of the profession finds difritcltv In
Even pious tramps have to taw onc
sixtccnth of a cord of wood for a break
fast, supper, or a lodiiing. Then the;
police a"re hostile and are prone to confuse '
a tramp with what they understand to be !
COLD NIGHTS PROLIFIC.
The recent cold nights have nude mani
fest the number of tramps here. The muni
cipal lodging-house was filled up last highl
and the Central Union Mission had its bunks
full. None were accommodated In the i,-
lice stations unless an tin ravorablccommcut
appeared opposite their names un the sta
tion blotter. Last season the iKiHcemau
was a friend to the tramp, but claims tuut
his friendship was imposed on. Last
winter hundreds of tramps found lodgings
ut the stations. The lodgers rooms of
Nos. 1, 7, 4, and C were usually well
filled each night.
The tramps learned that tlie Municipal
Lodging House, where it was necessary to
saw wood in order to sleep, closed at 10
p. in. They would apply nt the stations i
nt about half past ten. and the kind
hearted officers had not the sternness to
cast them out. Finally the policemen
learned that they were using the stations
because they were cheaper than the lodging
house. Then they began to term tramps
The gentlemen of the road rdtntcd thl
and as a rule refuse now to patronize the
stations. The station clerks hav: explicit
orders not to furnish lodgings.
FULL BY NIGHTFALL.
The capacity of the lodging- -puse Is
nlrout seventy-five nnd It is filled nightly.
The menu is about what iramis lite,
soup, !eof, bread, coffee, and p Haloes.
Wherever practicable the loclgn is rc
qulrcel to pay In advance by sawing the
btlpukited amount of woo.L
It is the same way at the Central Union
Mly-ion. Most of their patrons arrive; at
Washington without reference or bag
gage, and It Is considered exces-dlngly gcxjd
form to have them saw wood in advance,
though exceptions are made to lids ruling.
It Is also fald that thete exemptions are
resionible for several small unsettled
bills at the mission.
There is but one unusual feature abnnt
the tramps this season and that Is their
youth. All the authorities agree on this.
The ave-rage age of the gue-sts of the mis
sion is twenty-seven ye-ars.
AT THE LODGING-HOUSES.
A visit last nlghtto the 15-cent lodging
houses proved that they were full. Not
all the lodgers there are tramps, or course,
but a respectable percentage or them are.
These tramps represent the successful
members or the "perfe-h." These are the
ones who by "f.irklng a soil" on "the
ilrag" were able to "turn a Hop." The
Times sought to talk with the police alxiiit
the general characteristics of th" tramps.
but they seemed unwilling lo treat the
subject candidly. They evinced a dispo
sition to twist their dubs somewhat fur
tively. They proml.sl. or rather thre-at-en.sl,
to make this the wannest winter
which tramps have ever i"iiericnced in
Washington. It Is almost fatal for a tramp
to apply to the police for lodging.
UU and tan
For Women and chil-
arc the most comjbrl-
Joot covering for
keep a full line noute Shoes.
j.omcos in Mack, red.
prices from 73c. to ikMi
Genuine Cork Sole,
Calf line! Balmorals for men.
keep the leet waiitfaiidUry-HATHAWAY,
TON'S make hand-seve.1 -srelt
they are wonderfully food hw f..r
the money- j jj
Saturday, lfclu. 939 Pfl.AVB
II II r,vatc department for cleaning mill
j Ladle.' Shoes free.
there is no sense In
spending an unrea
sonable amount on
your clothing you
don't get a bit better
cloth by paying fan
cy prices you only
pay fora name and
remember, the "Dy
renforth Cut" is sec
ond to none our
clothes never have
a cheap look, how
ever little they cost.
We alter our ready
made suits whenever
we think the fit could
I 1 B. H I
wrP 's''tw I-B
il IF You're a Business
If Man You'll See the
it Policy of Insuring
!? Ynnr Rit--r-ik
. . . W-VJV.V.
See the fceaefits of having that
wheel protected ngitii?t accident
ortnefL Seo the economy of bar
ing every break repaired expertly
no matter how numerous ther
are nt one of oar many ehops a't
ourexpenBe. Stf a year the pre
mium. Write, call or 'phone I0-J3)
for particulars. .
GEO. B. HARLESTON,
General .j:ent I'a. Mutual
lticjtle Insurance Ca,
1335 F Street.
Home OElce, 1?15 Arch st, PhllaJelphlv.
DCIUIANT'S SEALED STOHV
"How Shall Wo Educate OurVoutli?"
Hon. John M. Langston will lecture at
the Metropolitan Baptist Church, on R
street between Twelfth and Thirteenth,
Wednesday evening, October 30. His sub
ject will be "How shall we educate our
youth?" An address- by Cornelius J. Jones,
of Greenville, Miss., will also be delivered.
Sued the Bene flcbir lex.
Annie M. Kern to-day sued William B.
Boudln and others," beneficiaries and trus
tees under the will of the late Sarah E.
Boudln, asking for the appointment of a"
trustee with power to sell lot 93. snnnre RT.
Georgetown, and proportion the proceed
ennltaur among those to whom they are due.
is the most dainty- prepa
ration on the market for the
skin for CHAPj?BD
HANDS SORB LIPS
n . w .
rougn sKin.- it s not a com
plexion maker, but a sooth
ing, healing liquid, that is
neither sticky nor unpleas
ant to use. v PRICE IS 25c
You need it this weather,
and all thro' winter.
Mertzls Modern Pharmacy.
llth and F Stre-ts Northwest
The rotomac Wheelmen have arranged
for a run to Baltimore to morrow. They
will start from their clubhouse about suti
rise. A large number of the members will
1)0 in the iarty and a good time is antic!
' P. J. Berlo. with his quintuplet and ten
or the fastest, bicycle rld-rs In Hie country,
lert Wcstlmro', Mass., yesterelay, for tho
South and West, to make trials for all
world's records. It is expected that the
party will spend the month of December
at San Jose, Cal.
Two more class B records were broken
at the Fountain Ferry track, Louisville,
yesterday. They were the clas B living
start, two-thirds eif a mile paced, "and
the professional tandem, one mile living.
Charlie Coulter rode the former In
1:09 2-5, against Johnson's 1:11 4-5 of
last year, and Crooks and Welnlg rode
Hie other lowering the record or 1:51 1-5
to 1:50. Time by thirds: Single, 0.34 1-5,
1:00 2-5; tandem, 0:35 2-5, 1:12, 1:50.
Tom Cooper won the thlnl mill, open
class B event at Salt Lake City yesterday,
besting Bold and Murphy. Bold won the
mile open event.
John A. Johnson has challenged Michael.
Hie famous Welsh champion, who has been,
beating everything, in Europe, for three
match races for $1,000 a side and the
championship of the world.
Many have been Inquiring within the.
past day or two as to what had become
or the much-tnlkcd-about relay race be
tween this city and New York. It was to
have been run, according to the original
Intention, long before this, and the no
tion has become prevak'nt that it has
been abandoned. This Idea is an errone
It has been impossible for Capt. WIggIn
nnd Lieut. Libby, of the Military Cycle
Corps, who have the race In hand, to ar-'
range matters as yet by which the race can
be undertaken with as great a chance for
success as they desire, but it has now been
definitely settled that it will take place
between the 5th and 15th of nexj njonth.
The men who will take part In It, about
twenty In all, will not bo named, however,
until a day or two before the start, as new
material is being regularly recruited by
tlie corps, and some of it -will be used
In the coming event, along with the best
International CIickk Mutch.
New Tork, Oct. 2C The Brooklyn Chess
Club has received from Sir George Newnes
a reply to its challenge fora match between
England and America, eight on a side. In
which Sir George requests that the date be
made January instead of November: This
was at once granted, and the match will
therefore take place in January.
G iv en to Ills Lawyer., and They Toeik
the Llberts" to Open It.
San Fram-isco, Oct. 20. Tho mysterious
statement which Theodore Durrant ad
dressed to his attorneys, and overovlikii
there has lieen so much speculation, was
placed in the bands of the attorneys ror the
defense bcforeMr. Deupreymadehlsopeuiug
statement before the Jury.
Every etrort has lieen made to keep these
facts secret, but they have k-aked out at
last aud denials are without efrcit.
Durraut's attorneys knew this secret then
aud know It now. In giving his sealed
statement to his attorneys Durrant made a
special written request that It was not
to be opened until alter the trial, and then
only after conviction.
If tne jury brought in a verdict ntacquittal
or If there was a disagreement, then the
ilocumcnr, with seals unboyken, was to be
returned. Tuealtorneysdidnot know quite
what to do.
They sought the advice of others, nnd
N null 5- determined to open the letter and
didso, notwithstanding thclnjunctioii which
the student hail placed uiioii them. What
they read was a revelation.
Their client had told them nothing or what
he wrote iu bis letter. If what he said
were true he should be the leading witness
for I he State in a case against a brace
of murderers instead -of a man defending
his own lire against tremendous odds.
He told his attorne-ys that he knew tho
niurelerers or Blanche Lament, for l heir
were more than one. He informed his
lawyers that when he ascended the upper
galleries of Emmanuel Churcu he saw the
last details or the murder.
He wrote In his letter that he saw the
Rev. J. Gesarge Gibson ami a joung man
prominent In the affairs of the church bend
ing over the lmdy or Blanche Lnmont.
How the attorneys ncce-pted this state
ment is best Judged by their actions.
They deny that they received Hie state
ment, forgetting Uiat they did not keep their
Their client denies that he sent It, for
getting that he had gone so far in Ids
original and sensational plan.
Attorney Eugene Dcuprey Is still very
weat, audit Is by no means certain that he
will appear again In the case. Gen. Dickin
son says he will cose at noon on Tuesday,
and a verdict may, therefore, be confi
dently expected not later than Friday.
When it comes to a
test of strength
speed and endurance,
you can always count
on "Columbias" getting-
They're built ta
ride ridden to victory every day.
District Cycle Co.,
452 Pa. Ave.
J. nart Hrlttaln,
TOO LATE FOB CLASSIFICATION.
FOR KENT 1010 Florida ave. ue.;
house ot t rooms and large yard, rur-
nUhetl $30, or unfurnished -0. Inquire
011 premises. It1"'!
WANTED-A ksillon as 3d cla-s ba
ker, or work of any kind. Aildre-.s p.
C. P., this office. ' oc2G-2lein
WANTED-Bv first-class senmtres,
sewing families; highest ref.;che-ap.
Address OPERATOR, this office. It-em
Crookesl Pension Agent Who Also In
volved Son and Daughter.
Lancaster, Pa., Oct. 20. Edwin Book-
my, pension agent of this city; his son,
Edwin H. Bookinycr, and his daughter,
Ella Bookmyer.werearrestcd to-day ou war
rants Issued by the United States pension
Tho allegations are that they filed f rau
dulcntaifldavlis In two pc-nsloiiclaims, with
the Intent to secure pensions aud defraud
They wire held in $l,000'ball each fora
hearing on Tuesday before United Stales
There are other indictments pending
against Bookmyer nnd his son, anil the Gov
ment has a number ufuddltlonalcases which
it Is investigating.
FOR SALE- Grocery, doing good lkisi-
ne-ss 111 nw.; will sen cheap ir sold ih.
fore Nov. 1. Address S. C. R.. this office.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN-
piease take notice that 1 have removed
my place of business from 1747 Pennsyl
vania ave. nw. to 1.3L tsireel northwest,
and would be pleased to- receive all gold,
silver and nickel plating, bronzing and glid
ing, ornaments statue-, chandeliers and
candlesticks, articles of art and lamps a
siK-cialty. EDWARD STOLPE, general
metal worker, 1231 E street, Washlngtou,
D. C. Item
"WANTED A settled woman, whiteor
coloreel, to take charge ot house; must "
have unexceptionable rer.; no washing or
ironing. Apply at once to L. W. AITGKN-
STEIN. 430 7th st.nvv. oc20-2lcm
WANTED A young ladv as cashier.
Apply by letter only to UNIVERSAL
II0USEFURNISH1NG STORE. 512 Dili
st.mv. Best or rer. astoablllty. experience,
etc, required; none other will be nolle eel.
Minor Police Items.
William O. Talllaferro, who was con
victed by a Jury scvcral'days ago of run
nine a speak-easy in Hillsdale, was sen-
WANTED-Place as cook orJaundress
iu private family. Address 1503 M
stjjiwj 1 l-era
ARCHITECTS. Take notice You
are rcsiiectiully requested to eliminate
in future "cas services" In nrennrinsr
plumbing specifications, as the members
ot the Master Plumbers' Association passed
a resolution at a recent meeting to the ef-
tect mat estimates luruisiieei ny our mem
bers will not Include gas company'!
charges- By order: JAMES NOLAN.
EDWARD MALLET. JR..
Secretary. !)! F st. nw. oe2G 2lem
toneed to-day by Judge Miller to three
months In the workhouse and a fine of
$230 or sixty days additional.. He was
The- case of Samuel Gassenhcimer, pro
prietor of the Lawrence Hotel, who was
convicted in the police court some Uma
ago of selling liquor to minors, was called
up before Judge Miller to-day In order
that sentence might be passed.
Lawyer Smith, for the defendant, asked
that it be postponed in order that he might
have time to file a new motion, and it
went over until Saturday next.
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