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TOE MOUXXXG TITLES, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1SU3.
Those Hih School Uniforms
f E have the honor
tract for furnishing the uniforms for the High
School Cadets the pride of our citizens and a credit
to Washington's superior school system. In view
of certain insinuations and reflections on the
judgment and ability of the school board by a jeal
ous unsuccessful competitor we feel called upon to
warn 3011 against placing your order outside of our
establishment. They were unsuccessful, but of
course their cloth was better! Of course their fit
was better! Of course their workmanship was
belter! Of course their urice was lower! Of
course the school board didn't know anj-thing about it! "Wc leave
the answer to the intelligence of the fathers and mothers who have
sons in the High School and have Suits to buj We willingly
!takc our reputation upon the Suits which-we are about to furnish,
and 3011 have one recourse. Should they not prove satisfactory re
turn them and get 3-our money.
We did not receive this contract because our price was lowest,
for it was not! We received it because we furnished a better quality
of cloth and a more stylish and more thoroughly made Suit of a
blue, which will not rub off over the shoulders, for the intrinsi
cally lowest price considering the quality!
PARKER, BRIDGET & GO.,
315 Seventh Street N. W.
INSURE YOUR BICYCLE
AND SAVE THE
COST OF REPAIRS.
S6 pays the
one 3-ear's in
surance against acci
eent or theft.
If an accident
occurs " take
l y 3-our wheel to
lfSr r the nearest
shop and it'll
given on ap
General Agent Pa. Mutual Bictcfc Insur
1335 F Street.
ItO.Mi: OSTICL: J S15 Arcli St , I'hlla.
8 A. MN 8
who has been handllnc
Si bicycles all his life may
? be able to point out the
difference between the
New 21-pound Wheals
S) We are offering at S50
5 and S60,andmany of tho 55
so-called hlgh-cradema- )
55 chines but it Is doubt- C
ful. Come and have a 55
SS look at them. ?j
c. c. .Mccormick & co.,
55 SI I G Street N. W.
Second-band Bicycles at all prices. 55
Call at your dealer nnd&ct a sample can of
XHxou's Uyclo Lubrican free, or at GUAHAX
tt'EE TAINT CO. Offlco 615 K si Utt.
Special Sale of HAT
RACKS at THE RINK,
Saturday, Oct. 5th.
This Elegant Quartered Oak Hat
Back. 6 feet 6 Inches high, 3 feet 6
Inches wide, Iarse shaped French
plate beveled mirror, heavy cast
brass pins ; regular price S30.00
SPECIAL PRICE, Saturday, S18.75
Solid Oak Hat Racks
from $5.75 up.
J V;: - - -ril" j
' Julius Lansiuiih
Furniture and Carpet Co.
Parker, Bridget & Co.,
315 Seventh Street.
of havintr hecu awarded the con
Board of Trade Discusses Both
BOOK CREEK'S CONDITION
C'Hiiniltlre AiiHilntMl tu Ciinfer With
til tin liinl liiin.nf Tilings nt the
Kotit of Tucntj -xlxt ti Mreet Ur.
Hni'yV Suj;i;e?sttlmis. Xeit Heeded.
The prevalence of typhoid fever In cer
lalii tcetious of I lie lily Il.is :ittr:uteil
ttu- alu-jiilon uf the l'-J.inl of Trade. A
inci'tlns of lliv iliree.ttir-.nf lliat body w.is
in-Ill jeMenluy .iflcnioou .tt the rooms of
the iKMnl. and the stealer lurt of a lone
ew-Ioii was l.tke'u up with ihe umflilern
tion of this Milijcvl or peneral liuporCintv.
rre-iehuit Warner itresideel, vrllli J Mr John
II. WiRlit'scvretary. The other present
were .Messrs. MajrrudtT, Bell, Dunlop.
Pnillli. I'erry, lluine, Woeidvvartt, Garnet
The Mtretary laid ltfore Ihe Iwirel tho
list of tliu t. mum it tees wliicll have heen
npiKiiuted dnrii! tlieye'nr, and ivlikh have
-heen already pulih-hed U The Times.
Kepirts will uee-xnccteil from these at the
annum imciinir of the Imard, which will
take plaee on November 11
The director next took up ami con
jear The di-iuion was Rcnvr.il, l.nt
the urrouud was coered. In order to j:ie
Hie in-itleri, coi.shierid denuhe form, the
hoard will miet again next Thursday at
i ) 111.
The existence and possible spread of
Uphold fever in tiic city, Ikiivuut, were
fully considered. This subject. In fact,
.aimed the particular attention of the
director1", and they were determined to act
promptly in their effort to take steps on
liehalfot the public.
The debate of the matter Involved the
difcussiou of the Mitiltjry condition of
the sewer, and especially Uoek ("reek,
which is iltelr one vnt ewer. While the
detail of the discission was not given out
for publication, it is undertuod that
wwrrase in Rineral ira talked about,
anil it nan determined to refer the case to
Tor this purpose the directors appointed
.1 commit tee, consisting or Mr. 8. W.
Woodwanl, T. W. Smith and C. C. Glover,
to represent the board tiefore the Dis
trict Commissioners, and they wilt prob
ably call mi them to day or at the earliest
One of the directors said Hint there was
reference made especially lo the part of the
city around the month of Itock "Creek,
where the sewer sjstvin is said to be very
detective. At the foot of Twenty sKth
street the need for attention is said to be
Ult. HUSKY'S SUGfin.STIO.W
The suirse&tions of Dr. I!uy as to the
possibilities and probabilities of the discae
appearing where it has, do not seem to
have been carried out. It will tie remem
bered that The 1 lines made a thorough in
vestigation of the localities where the
sewers debouch and where the probable
evils to be anticipated were pointed out.
The Hock Creek nuisance wa.s particularly
exposed and al-o the section of the- city
lK-ar the Seventeenth street sewer.
The conference of the committee of the
directors with the Commissioners will un
doubtedly be an interesting one and the
public will look forward to Its results
with keen interest.
It is not unlikely that It will be Miown
that there had not been that inspection
of these places which their character de
mands. It is, however, a well-known
fact that the inspectors or the city are
too few in number to do the service re
quired and that this has been commented
upon frequently by the health officer him
self. HOW Till: 1IKHT "WAS 1'AID.
Justice O'XpII'-. KxperR'iice Willi u
A debtor played a Ehrewd trick upon
Justice CNeil a few days ago and .is a
consequence the Justice is out Just $19.
It happened in this a 2 Judgment was
rendered ogainEt one, John llealty, an em
ploye of tho ltaltimore and Ohio railway
Company, and that gentleman promised Jus
tice O'Ncil that he would iay the amount to
a constable if the Justice would send one
witli him to the paymaster, as it was
Accordingly a man was sent with Beatty
to the Baltimoreatid Ohio pay station, where
Beatty told the pay clerk to give the
messenger $10. The clerk placed the ro
nnlred 6um on the counter in a sejiarate
pile from the other money. Then, it is
alleged, Beatty readied his hand forward
and captured both tho papers hi the case,
which had been laid on tho window till, the
$19 and, in fact, evervlhing within reach.
The messenger from O'Neil was dumbstruck,
but could do nothing but take back thenews
lo the magistrate, who had to pay over $19
Beatty is in Alexandria, the constables
say, and every effort is being made to get
him within the clutches of the Ian.
"Was JInde to l'ny.
Harvey E. Lake, living at No. 1506
Kingman Place, has refused heie'ofore to
pay for the beard and nursing of hi.s baby
ai'd its mother, but Justice O'Neal yester
day rendered his opinion In the case, mid
gave judgment In favorof Mrs Itunncr, the
liousekcoper The amount found lo be duo
was $35. William F Alcjcrs was Ihe at
torney for plaintiff.
Sn Mercy for Stern.
Munich, Oct. . In the Landtag to-day
Barun von Crnllslu-im, president of the
council or mlnlf-tcrs and minister of foreign
affairs, rcplylrg to nu Interpellation in
n-gard to the case of Louis Stern, of New
York, said that Stirn's apiical for a par
don had been refused after being beard by,
the council of ministers.
Another Dentil From llciizluc.
New York. Oct 4 Mrs.Krugcr, wife of
Jacques Kruger, the actor, who, with her
daughter. Mrs. Gray, was burned by Ihe
explosion of benzine last Saturday, died at
her home. No. 241 JisuNlneleeuth street,
this morning. Her daughter was buried
PRAISED BYJIIE BISHOPS
Episcopal Council' Formally In
dorses Culberson's Action.
MR. FAIRBANKS OBJECTED
Florida Deli'KHto "IViin Aim In III Evi
dence, Hut Wns I'ruminlySit Upo
Iinportiuit Quest Ions Deferred by
IJnlooked-For IlmerKeiicles MkIio'i
Whipple's Significant Address.
MluucupalU, Minn., Oct. -1. When the
delegates to the !ioue of deputies of the
i:pl-copal Church reas-sembUd today, it
was with the expectation of resuming de
bate upon the new constitution, the pend
ing question at the hour of adjournment
lai-t evening being the rcciucllticnl of the
clause putting in legal effect air lcgisli
lion euatlril by Ihe house, and to which
the M.!iups had failed to demur or omitted
to concur wilhiu thrtc days.
Tills proi No, which does not appear
in the new constitution, is mainly intended
to preient I lie bishops pigeon-holing or
from the lower house, to which they might
be opposed, but to which, from policy,
ttiey might not care to demur. Under
the rules governing the. general conven
tion, however, the third day of each tri
ennial meeting is set apart for a Joint
meeting of the likltnps ami deputies as
board of missions.
on tiii: pitizn rioiiT.
This fact most of Ihe delegates had
overlooked until the announcement was
made that the bishops were ready to lie
Ushered in. In the oienli.g hour a imm
licr of rcsoliilioiM and memorials of de
ceased nieinlwrr. were read and referred.
FolluKing the action of the house of
liictmiu. on yisterday Kev. Ur. Kolx-rts, of
New Hampshire, submitted a resolution
thanking the Governor and J Jflaturc of
Texas for its action in prr'a-nlliix Ihe
Corbetl-l'itzflnimons mill. It uads as iol
lows: "itesolved. That this house record its
cordial approval and high ajipn elation of
Ihe courage and faithfulness lo exacted
trusts witli which the legislature and execu-'
live of the Slate of Texae have mid the
f acred vow ers of gov eminent vested In Ihem
for the suppression of prize fighting, mak
iturita iruue before iheiaw.asit isucrlme
berore the moral tense of a Christian com
munity." JIH FA1KBANK8 AGAIN.
Objection to Immediate consideration
was made by Lay Delegates J 8 ll'iMlc.of
Philadelphia, ard George It. Fairbanks, of
Florida, and under the rules ft went on the
calendar. This was not satisfactory to a
majority, and iv hen cx-Gov. l'rinte, of New
Mexico, moved that the resolution lw taken
from Ihe calendar for Immediate consider
ation, more than Ihe necessary two-thirds
voted in the affirmative.
Knars of laughter were provoked by the
earnest di-claralion of Delegate Biddle that
he did not know v hat had been done by I lie
Vexas Governor and Ij-glslalure, nml had
not Ihe remotest idea of w hat was intended
by the resolution.
Kev Hr. Frank Tage, of Texas, under
took to enlighten him by briefly narrating
how far the preliminaries for the mill had
gone when Gov Culberson interfered, and
eulogized the jouig excrullie forprefcrv
ing decency and good order In hie common
wealth. TOO MANY AGAINST HIM.
Delegate Fairbanks again objected that
It was an irrelevant subject for bUch a
body to consider, and ojieneJ. the djior
to grave departures from established pre
cedent. It was explained by Dr. Kobcrts
Hint the resolution was submitted In be
half of the entire delegation from New
Hampshire, without consultation with the
brethren from Texas, and on being put
to a vote It was carried by an overwhelm
ing' majority, only twenty vocal "noes'.'
This matter disposed of, t lie bishops were
received, and the two houses resolved
themselves into tho board of missions.
Bishop Whipple presided, and In his open
ing address reviewed the progress of the
mission movement for halt a century.
As he resumed tiU seat he said, with em
phasis, that "the apostolic church bad
something greater to do than the passing
of canons," and this pointed rap at the
one absorbing idea of tho revisionists
erented a momentary buzz, signifying
eillicrsarpriseor approval. The remainder
of the morning session was occupied with
SKi:i.I,Y IHIOVI'KI) OCT.
After Knio Liinded ii Terrific Left
hander mi His Ju.iv.
New York, Oct. 4. The first of a series
of subscription boxing entertainments was
given to-night by the newly organized new
Manhattan Athletic Club to aboiit2,000
spectators club numbers and thelrguests.
The op"iilng bout between Mike Harris, of
New York, and Tommy West, of Boston,
after a rather one-sided exhibition was
given to Wet in Ihe Seventh when he
knocked Harris down and out.
Sam Tompkins, of Astoria, nnJ Harry
Fisher, ol New York, were slated to furnish
the balance of the preliminary sparring
leading ep lo I tie figtit of the night that
between frank Krnc. of Buffalo, and Jack
Skellr. of Brooklyn, but the bout was
dcila'rcdorf owing to ihe noil appearance of
Tompkins on account of Illness.
Ttie stars were scheduled to spar fifteen
round sfor scientific points nt lr. pounds.
Brne assumed the aggressive at the start
ami in the first and second lounds got iti
some pretty hoi blown on Skelly's stom
ach, nick, and ribs with no return. In the
third Krni" forcist Ids man around the ring,
hitting him in tin- face almost at will.
Skellr rallied toward the end of the round
and honors were about even when tl nell
In the seventh Skelly was knocked
down, and the eighth was a repetition of
the preceding round, only the Brooklyn
Ite.was downed twice, but he did good
work on Krne's nose.
Thev both appeared weak In tho ninth,
lint i:fne finally got In a terrific left on
Skcllj's jaw. and lie was out, and L'rne
was awarded the fight.
HLECTIUCAI, WOHKKHS' UNION.
Delcimte and Alternate Klectod ta
tin: Xnt lonnl Com cut Ion.
The regular meeting of tho Lleetrical
Workers' Union, 2C, was held, last night, at
their hall. No. 827 Seienth Ftreet northwest.
The meeting opened at S o'clock, with a
good iKmlicr nrefcnt.
William K. Ilvkes made appllealinn for
active mi-mbershlpof employes at tlwl'akus
IMward B. Fletcher, employed at Ihe
Center Market as dynamo tender, was
Initiated aR an active member.
HobertF.Melzi'lwa'elecliHl as delegate to
the next convention of the Nation tl Brother
hood of Elect ncul Workers, to be held in
WnFhiugton. Novemlicr 12 to 17.
Harry 1'hiIIIpps was eh-cted as nltermte.
A committee rinmtheLabor Bureau waited
on the Electrical Workers and f tat.sl the ob
ject of the bureau and a committee iv a ap
pointed, to attend the next meeting with
St. I'lllll Will AllKWIT.
Gloucester, Mass., Oct- -1- In her official
trial run to day lietwecn Cape Ann, Mass.,
and Cape Porpoise, a distance of 41.90
knots, the International Navigation Com
pany's new steamer St. Paul averaged
20.50 knots per hour for four consecutive
hours, and established the right of being
numbered anions the auxiliary cruisers of
the United States and carrying the United
Acciiisctk Arc Also Trimmer,..
Tony Cnfcrcttc, a tailor, whose shop Is
on D street. near Fifth, and Fdvvanl J'hn
sou. a stieeial policeman, were arrested
last evening by Policeman Flvnn on
charges of assault, preferred oy rne
against the other. The alleged assaults
took place near the' liolice court early m
the day- Both arrests were made upon
Jumped on Cars.
James Bailey, fourteen jears of age,
was arrestee! Inst night, by Policeman
Evans and locked up in No. 2 station
house, for Jumping on und off the Seventh
street cais while in motion.
feel the ex
pense of buy-
ing't lees than
you 11 feel the
a TOP COAT.
$15" for Top
the'' re good. Magnificent
cloths of unquestionably
superior quality.- Tailoring
that's irreproachable. Light
and dark colors satin lin
ings. Their companions the
Fall Suits arc full)- as good
in their way. $10, $12 and
$15 for Vicunas, Cheviots
Loeb & Hirsh,
The Clothiers. Shlrtraakcr. Outflttsr.
FORT MYERS CEHTAURS
Troopers Ride as If They Were
Part of the Horses.
BRILLIANT DRESS PARADE
Hundreds, of Spectator Watched the
Involutions of Four Citmlrj- Com
jinnies UiidcrCol. Cordon ThesulxT
Drill Ml-.- Gordon the "DiniKUter
uf the Ite-uliiieiit" l'rclty Incident-..
The fiift public dress parade or froops
A, E. G and II, of the Sixth Cavalry, sta
tioned nt Fort Myer. was held at that liott
The vact parade ground, sray with dust
and jellow Willi Eunburnt turf, looked like
a field of liars, clamoron: with dashing
riders, musical wiffi tho liravrof brass, the
boom of Hiccpskin, the beat of hoof, ihe
orders of command and. the clangor of
eahers. and bio-Miming with nmldlug plumes
nnd fluttering flags.
Th- tun Bhone into the field with all
the luster and milt It of the-v igor of summ-r
noon and a fitful wect windswept across
the plain, whispering to Ihfe trees of Arling
ton and stirring Into lieing. dancing, whirl
ing, eddying tlaehes of Virginia elusu Over
the tree tow,resj with autuiinrs blushes, rose
the domes and spires of W.islilugton. Here
and there, glimpi-s could be had of the
l'olomac roiling jK-acfully Tar below like
a Boixl of rippling, liquid filver. Through
the cemetery foliage, the gold-dome of the
Library si.irkied like a distant Jewel set in
granite. Notafuggcstlouolcloud veiled the
l.izzling blue of trie great concave.
1 tie day was in syiniiatliy with the event.
Hundreds of spec Liters leaititl upon the
wire fein-e marking the eastern boundary
of the field, he-ore of vehicles were halted
o:i thedjsty roul, a nil on lookers wercevery
where perched on the Ivy-grown stone wall
which nems III A r Huston cemetery on the
BUGLES WERE PINGING.
Two companies, on horses of orthodox
sray, stood fating the entrance from ttie
garrison. At the guardhouse, a good way
off, bugles were siuging their signal songs,
and the merry Jhnle of "lioots and saddles"
came faintly to the iieople at the parade,
ground. Soon following iVa the gay and
catchy call, "assembly."
During all this the jmst was boisterous
with the din of preparation. Hoarse shouts
would come from the region of the stables
to tho ears ef the guests. The first to
enter the field wns the mounted regimental
baud on Meed; of night, headed by Leader
Lutzinger. This Is .said to lie the lx-t
cavalry band in the army. It moved at an
easy walk across the Held away down
to the soil III. took position at the extreme
righr, anil rai-cd lftin troop front. Some
applause pattered among the spectators as
the soldier musicians rode bv, with the
tnnniK-ters of the battalion in'ttic rear.
After the benrd had Ickeii up its stand.
Major Lcbcau, with AcllLg Adjt Shorten
his lert, preceding an ordcrlyatidseigeant
major, emend from the north A revi min
utes ntlcrCol Ci union nndstatf rode in and
faced atwiut at the center. The distant
flashing of steel, the cloud of dust, and the
swajing waves of blue arid yellow, her
alded the oncoming of the trootis. EacU
entered In troop rromshrcakingimoplatoon
The ranking troop was A, Capt Kendall,
followed by 11, Capt. Craig, flaunting tho
regimental colors, w hlrli are a vellow III id
with a f prcad eagle, lk'hind them trod E.J
capt. ejiiciers, anei on me leu was u,
"Adjuinnt's call" rings out clear and
bright. Ihe lianel strikes up a festive gallop,
the troops go to the left troop front unilhalt
In liattnlioii front lacing their commanding
orfirer and naff. After dressing to the
right, lheorderloomsrorth,"ilrn iv -abe-rsl'
At the word "draw" three hundred white
gloved hands reaca lo the left side and at the
word "sabers" three hundred blades flash
from their scabbards. Then the Kind
strikes uii, moves from right to left, counter
marches tu review and halls. Then the
colonel putslimuen through thus: "I'reseut
sai.ers!" "liaise saliers!" "Cdiry sailers!"
"Charge sabers!" "Carry sabers!"
After notice to "prepare to parade."
the first sergeants reported to the centerf
offi.'ers reported to the adjutant, and the
adiutant to the colonel. The commanding
ofriccr and staff rode to the right and to the
strains of the band passed in review. The
officers went to post .
"Fours right, platoon right, forward,
guide right, march!" and 'to the inspiration
of their band the troops passed in review in
"Trot" was sounded on the bugles and
the horses were off. Ttie fronts were ex
cellent with the possible exception of
the second platoon of A: the alignment
was perfect, the fronts being well pre
served at the turns. Clouds or dust went
up from the clattering hoots.oL ihe trotting
steeds. At dress parade a 'gallop usually
follows a trot, but a short, sharp cote of
the bugle sang "halt." nnd a long mono
tone blast said "walk.';, "Troops leit
rront Into line, trot," and "Close in on
first troop," were the next orders executed.
The men passed in review in battalion
front, the staff left the field, followed by
the troops wiio had answered the com
mand. "Right forward, fours right!" TI.e
clav was done. Nothing like it hail 1-ecn
seen since the troops of the "Fighting"
.scventu cavalry gnve cncit juis-.,. mm
at this post a year ago.
One of the pretty Incidents 6r the event
was the eqm'StrlaiKlilp of JIls Gordon,
daughter of Col. Gordon and "the daughter
of the regiment." She, galloped around
the pjist unattended at n lively clip on an
ensv-going bay nag, bat during the drill
she took post outside the lines at front
center and wntched her papa with Tond
eyes and surveyed the mnrttal array with
the critical eye of n veteran. . Slip is a
pretty lady of eighteen, is the pet or the
garrison, nnd is nUircd never to have
been in an engagement.
One or the commissioned officers lost
his scabbard on parade. Dres parade
will b held each Friday at 2 p. m.
until cold weather sets in.
Mrs. Turkman'-. Tulle Ahout Mone-y.
Sirs. Josephine Fnrkman delivered a
lecture op the "Money Question" before n
fair-Hired and nnnrivlaiive audience at
Typographical Temple last, evening. The
principle object or sirs. jrarKiuanit ranc
was to show how all the difficulties of
tho money question depend upon the law
of supply and demand.
.. -,,...,,.. i., r-1,,,1.. i ,i.iM.iitd
Mr. M. Hai.dlln. for the past jear dlree-tor
ami tenor of St. Aloyslus'Chure-licliolr.'has
re?iiiit-u ins position aiiu itiuiuti n.
Boston. Ills home Mr. Stephen Kubcl,
formerly organist and dlrettor of St.
Joseph's, assumes! the directorship of St.
. IJL-. t.. n...l ...lit I..I.1 It.n li.i.nn ,n-
.lusiits, tttiti tin. Bnw ntv. uawti ,.,
morrow. Haydn's Imperial mass -will be
with the makers'
there's not a
thread of cotton
or clyed stock in it.
Think you'll Ket as
good a garment, with as
KOod a guarantee, else
where? Possibly for
HENRY FRANC & SON,
Cor. 7 tli and D.
"OLD HKl.IAIII.n'S" HUN 15 KIT.
Lively (.'a mo 'I'o-dny to Help Catcher
The testimonial ln-neiii tmll game wldili
will be tendered Jiai .Mitiulre. Ihe "old
reliable" Washington catcher, at Natliunl
I'ark, this nllernooii, promises to lurnisli
a slroeg game.
The Washington Light Infantry and the
Treasury Department teams will be Hie
optKislng forces, and as their tanks have
lieen materially strengthened by i.ciiator
the game wile be lar from an umatcur
.MiGuire has a record this leason of
which any Kill pl.ij.ir might be proud
He played l.lMgames. wasat Uit ft K times,
mane till run-, iiud 171! luse hits. His
iol.il tutting average is T2.". He made
23 two-lmse una, 7 Uiree-lmsc hits and 111
The game nt the park will licgln il A IS
h.irp. Charles Snjder will offlilale as
umpire and Ihe battiug order will be made
up as follows:
W. L. I. Treat. Depc.
Kleliimldt If Ikirrows 2b
Winer ."i ll'ilvv.iy.. , ss
Dc.Moiitrcville.. .. Abbey.. .'. .. .rcf
Gilroy ii Karrell ..Hi
Hjcller cf McGuire c
Coogau c Nichol P
Shreve rf Kell.tr rf
Stewart lb Ituc'ianau IT
Wluklemau 2b Gavin lb
YALi: TILVM'S MAKE-Cl".
Men Who Will Jlret the Cambrldije.
New Haven. Conn., Oct. 4 The official
makeup or Ihe Vale team was this after
noon announced, as follows:
One hundred 3ards dash, Richards and
Burnett: 220 jardsdash, Richards and liv
ers; -1 10 )nrds dash, Richards and Wade:
hair mile. Crane. There will be no second
siring In the half mile. Mile. Morgan and
Wadliams; hurdles, Cady ami Hatch; ham
mer throw, llickok and Cross: shot put,
Hickok and Brown; high Jump, Sheldon
and Thompson; broad Jump, Sheldon and
The change of Wade from the half to
the quarter Is noteworthy. He failed to
make a good showing as a hair mile runner
and will go back to his original distance,
the quarter. Richards Is in line condition.
Down the Line.
Juliet was so chock full ot "dope" that
she wauled to climb over the Infield rail.
Stic ran well for half a mile, and tiien went
all to pieces.
Thu Wioming people thought they were
third. It was certainly a close fit, lut
Elizabeth appeared to have slightly the
best or the argument.
The Tom Flyim iieople got down on their
"skate" in chunks. They should take the
"done," that figured him and dump it in
the I'olomae. He had a great chance nit.
Renaissance was easily ttie best horse
In jesterday's rare, and would haie won
It little Mitchell could have done him
Tile Indian, Narvaez, has many a "dead
one" on Ills staff. He lias alKHit rome to
tiic eud of his rope and will probably last
They elldu't do a thins to old Ponce dc
Delelmnty pit up a great ride on Siva.
Many lwys would have lost the race In
the stretch, as the horse appeared to be
winning easily, Imt Del took no chances,
and went to the bat before he reached
Avery does not seem to get as much out
of Irish l'at as Ncary did.
Joekev Fletcher was set down by Flvnn
for thirty days for not trying to get
away from the post in the third race.
XO lXTEIIlEHENCE IN -MEXICO.
Corliett nnd K It zs. I m m on-s Will Ho
Able to Fight In Tiiimiiillpii-.
San Antonio. Texas, Oct. I. Charles
Camplwll. of this city ,who holds the cou-
cesslou from tho State of Tamanlipiis,
Mexico, for the holding or prize fights and
other kinds of athletic sjiorts at Niicvo
Laredo is convinced that there will be no
Interference by federal authority In that
Gov. Aleinndro Prleta. of the State of
Tamaullpas. has telegraphed President Diaz
an inquiry as to wnetner:ue icticrai gov. Fo
ment would npprovctlieconccfisionltiathas
been grantesl liv the Stale government.
Diaz, it is understood, will not Interfirt
wlih tlie,deci6lon ot any governor who will
grant a coueetsion.
Mrs. Brady, wife of Manager Brady, an.
the oilier reinale members of the Corb-tt
party, with the exception of Mrs. Corliett,
arrived here this morning. They wlllmake
their home at a hotel. Corbett will arrive
here Sunday morning.
Authorizes! to Loan Diran'sJtiiney.
Chief Justice Bingham yesterday au
thorized Frank T. Browning and John C.
Heald, trusted, nndcommilteeof thepetson
and estate of Oliver P. Bonn, to loan the
sum or Slr.,u00lo A.1I. Stout and $1,750 to
In a State of Bankruptcy
is the condition of
our system if the
liver becomes inac
tive so that the
germs and poisons
within the body.
Keep the liver and
bowels active anil
we're in a condition
of liealthv cros-
yperity and have
sulhciently well in
vested capital to
draw upon in the
hour of need. The liver filters out the
poisonous germs which enter the system.
Just so surely as the liver regulates the
systcni, so do Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets
regulate the liver. Keep this in mind, and
you solve the problem of good health and
good living. The " Pleasant Pellets " have
a tonic, strengthening effect upon the lin
ing membranes of the stomach and bowels,
which effectually cures Biliousness, Sick
Headache, Costiveness, or Constipation,
Indigestion, Loss of Appetite, Bad Taste
in Mouth, Sour Risings from Stomach,
and will often cure Dyspepsia. The "Pel
lets" are tiny, because the vegetable ex
tracts are refined and concentrated. Easy
in action, no griping as with old-fashioned
pills. As a "dinner pill," to promote di
gestion, take one each day after dinner.
To relieve the distress arising from over
eating, nothing equals one of these little
Mrs. Melissa Atwatek, of Sltiiben,
Washington Co., Me., writes : "As regards
the little 'Pel
lets,' I think
I could not do
I do not like
to be without
them in the
house. I have
many are tak
in g them
them. I will Mss. Atwates.
say they are the best pill I can take, es
pecially for an after-dinner pill, I think
they have no equal."
TALEHT FEELS THE SCYTHE
Golden Harvest is Being Reaped
by Bookmakers at St. Asaph.
FAVORITES KEEP BEHIND
Only Two Helped tho Speciiliilors.
Finishes, Wcronood Black root Won
KusJly Dorcas,!.. Is it Hunk Quitter.
Slvu .Maniifisl to Win IlnmniiiiK
Bird Cuinc to Life.
The Inrvest for the bookmakers at the
outlaw tracks still is gulden, and Ihey
made another wiiinins at St. Asaph ye
The talent started out well, and landed
the oiienimc rare, lut arte-r that only one
more favorlto ero-sed the plate in the
There was a Kod lietting e-rowd at the
track, not.vitlistanillu the bad Uck that
tho haiidieappcrs have been phi'ing In cf
It was a iicrfcrt day for racing, and as
Ihe track was in fine munition and the
finMies Kood, ttiose who attended went
home pretty well satisfied with their
outlns. despite the fact that most or tliim
got the worst end ot the game financially.
' BlackfiKil and Surprise divided the btrt
tins, the former finally . closing favorite
at tf to B, while Surprise went to thu
post a S to 1! chains-.
tVO.V I.V A GALLOP
Arter running the rirst quarter the re
sult or the rait! was never In doubt. Black
foot taking (i.mm.ind and winning in a
scallop by Keveral lengths from Surprise-,
with Little Chirley third.
Despite the fael lliat Klein had not lHi-n
out in a Ion;: time and the public did not
know Just how good he was they made
him a ttrorc choice it T to 5. Theresa
was the only other on, in Ihe race who was
at all fancied ami gin closed at thru-'.
Kieni appeared to iH-chortand was at no
rtae or ttie game at all dangerous. Path
way anil Tnere-a alleruatiil In the lead
lo tin trail or tht'Mrrtcb where the former
forced ahead 'and wns a srirriewLnt handv
winner from Tiierr:i, with Trumpeter land
iutr in third jHvitio.n.
The third racrhad such an open look Hint
it took the "driiiers" some time to light on
a supposes! winner. They I liullv selected
Tanglefoot and Dorea? L. lis the mot likely
ones in tin- race and imt them to the tsist
at Ki to 5 and :t to 1, rcFprctlve-iy.
Dorcas I,, would have won the moiiev if
ehe was not sueli n rank ipiltlcr. She hint
a commandiii lead in the tiretch. bulthut
up like a Jack knife when collared and Dr.
raucteame on and landed ihrinoney.
-EIVA IIBOKE BIS UECOIID.
For once, when maJe a lavorlte, Siva
managed t'i win. The bookies could evi
dently see nothing in the race but him aril
his price opened at 0 to 5. lie went up to
3 to 5, and was then hacked to Ids orig
inal opening price.
Juliet rut out the running until well
into the back -Iretch. whereshe hud enough,
and Mva went to the front, and staying
there, lasted hmg enough to win la a hard
drive- from Itcnaissjucc, with Elizabeth
Humming Bird opened at 4 to 5 in the
fifth race, but ne was touted as a dead one
nnd closed at lives, with Aula, the choice,
at tl to 3. The "dead otic-" came lo Iffe
in a -tnrtimg manner and won alter a
tussle with Minnie h by a head.
The closing event went to Eddie If, who
took ciimmand at the fail of Ihe flag, anil
running gamely the e-nllre distance-, iasteil
long enough lo vvlsi by n neck from the
favorite, amarlt.in, vvlth Harry M third.
Ursiilts nt St. Asaph.
Weather clear. Traelfast
r-i o I'irst race Fire furlcuc;. Selling.
J-1-5 Purse, il03. Time, 133l.
ImL Horse til I. MM St. Flo. JVk'r Ilt-
213 Blockfoot. ST.. 3 S Jl- 17 Aad'-rs S-5
110 Surprise.'... 1 lfc 2U 2U (;. .McL S-S
4-jj I. tharlf y. 10J 1 5 5 3.'H King T
510 WcstoTor. 91. 6 4 4 4 Fletcher S
MIT O.Uold'n 11,97 - 2t St' 5 Alford 10
'ls, l"at Babbit, !H 3 6 C 6 Brener Z0
Start good, Von gallc-dng
ri i-'wonil race Fir j furlongs. Selling.
-3-L rurse, SISu. Time, l-03i. -
led. Ilorae A lit Si H SL Fin. TcVr Br.
49. ratlivray, .0).. 4 le Qt V King 7
5? Theresa. 97.... 6 3' !- SO Gleaoa 3
SM Trumpeter. 97. 5 21 31 3, ATery It
15J Kelme, 1C0.. .. 3 5 5 4 Alford 7-5
4'jG Com.KeU"n,IU0 2 6 6 5 Brewer 25
4M St-Laurent. J0J 1 4 4 6 DThanty 6
JJ tarltoro. 10... 7 7 7 7 Narraez 20
Start pood. Won handily.
"i r Third race Four anJ a half furlongs
J -'-J Selling, l'ursc.fioa Time.Oisi
Ind. BorsBAWt tt JJ St Fin. J-ck Bt
453 Dr. Faust, IX.. 9 5 5 J aaro 6
573 Dorcas L. 102 . 2 2t 51 2- i:ieaon 3
SOS Ccremoar. 102. 1 1 4 2). 35 Wirrrtt5
437 Taar:Icfoot,102 7 8 4" 4 FIVh'r 1C3
45 Prosper, 101... 3 4 S 5 IVatsmn 13
Ml Im. Savant, 1 4 6 7 8 J.Jtrp'yIS
53S Coly, 104 10 9 9 7 Dorsey 10
5C Cashmere, 102. S 7 G 8 Avery S
361 JIac Hunt, 102. G 10 10 9 (tralzen 50
4s3 Meteor. 10.! 5 St b 10 Breirer 21
Start fair. Won easily.
-i f Fourth race Sis nnd one-half furLns.
-J-ts) felling. Purse, tl.. lime.lrS.
Ind. norse Wt. St ,U St. Fin. XcVt Bt
303 Siva. 103. 2 2a I73 l't I'i-lah-y C-3
(30S) lienalssance. 93 6 4 4 21 Jilt -heir 6
(301) El zabeth, ltd.. 3 5 6 3h Xarva-2 S
K)J Wyoming, ttt... 3 Si'O 31. 4 Fletcher20
SO-! Dr. Rcei 91.... 4 6 5 5 Alfod 10
3TS Juliet. SL I lfk'-'h 6 (Jleason 30
(303) Lady kilter. 101 7 7 7 Hutch'n 10
SO Irish l'at, 10L.. 8 8 7 8 ATery 20
fulJBon'nd'I.eoa.lOj 9 9 8 9 Carter 5
Sta t fair. Won driving.
"-I "T Fifth race. Four and a half furloaga.
J-4-' l'urseslJO. Time, 0.5SJ5
Ind. Horse A Wt St i Sk Tin. J-cS!y BL
(30S) Hum's Bird.S7 3 6 Ih Ih Alford 5
5 ii Minnie S.V7-. 1 1 stf 2h Avery 5
!;:C6) Chint, 9r 3 3h 8 S-, e!.3IcLa'nlJ
499 Fonda, HO.... 4 4 4 4 Fleu-her 6
571 Xemo,97 6 8 SJi 5 . Bart 30
313 Arda.97 7 7 5 6 Acdros 6-5
510 Gorilla, 97 2 8 6 7 Br.tch-u 20
SO! Dr. r.irkh't,97. 8 5 7 8 lLIIrownSO
BW Cat;cldsm..tr.'. Left at post. Dorsey 10
Start poor. Won driving,
ri Q SUth race. Six Furlongs. Selling.
Jlo I'urse. .fhW Time, MSIf.
Ind Borso & Wt. St. W St Fin. Jck'y Bt.
375Eddlo.N.,103.... 1 lh H In Fisher 9-2
551 Samaritan, 102.. 3 4 31 2 s,'arraezG-5
512 Barry 31., 10.'... 5 6 5 S&, Kleesm 4
3C2 L Klchards, 1C2. 4 4)4 4 4 FleU-her 10
511 l'ope, 103 2 2 2j 5 Avery 10
37S Tim Flynn, 106.. 6 5 6 6 Delehan'y 5
Sttrt good. Won driving.
Befers to Alexander Island series.
To-duy's Tintrli'-i at Alexnnder I.sland.
First Itace Four and one-halt furlongs.
Ind. Ilorse. Wt. Ind. Horse. Wt.
578 Bella U 105 51 1 Imp. Plnnd'r 105
173 Hutch Lady 1U5 575 Frtilericks....l05
-1H2 ltonald 105 585 Bolivar 1115
1S: Argvle III. 105 57rt I'rince John.J05
585 Hay Tay ..105 383 Clansman .. ..105
588 Jack Lovell 105
Second Bace Seven-eighths mile. Sell
ing. Ind. Horse. Wt. Ind. Horse. Wt.
582 Vesiasian..lU5 495 Ijidy Teachcrfi2
514 St. Laurent 105 4fe0 Jack Barry ...!2
582 Senator 102 515 Dorcas I 92
Third Race SK and one-fourth furlongs.
Ind. Horee. Wt. Ind. Horfe. Wt.
(57S)!)rizzle ...112 577 Foundling ...107
588 Jersey 112 (579)Vent 10 t
587C.O.U 109 510Kdwin 103
Fourth Itace On.-hair mile. Maldi-ns.
Ind. Horse. Wt. Ind. noree. Wt.
501 Ballinasloe.112 5S0 Orassnierc.100
301 JohnCrokcrll2 509 Irish II...
572 UaEeon, Jr. 115 SOU Soroso
rail 1ti.ef.-r. 115 nilfl Or.l Olive
572 Sahs 100 '503 Leonida!..... 9 7
509 Tvro 100 572 Willie Dexter 97
490 Hawk .. -.100
Firth Bace Five-eighths mile. Selling.
Ind. Horse. Wt. Ind. Horse. Wt.
389Margu,e II. 110 510 Fidget 104
jfci; liuzzarii .. .. Jin ueo lanry iian.1114
571 Grampian .. 110
78 Peter Jackson99
.i.u irisn ia5Sv.iuu
r,7S Mohawk .. .105
579 Annie T 99
515 Cashmere.. .. 99
369 Urand Prix 104 (582)Jarley
Sixth Itace onc-nait mite.
Ind. Horse. Wt- Ind. Horse. Wt.
565 Avon 112 39S Kentucky L.109
58G Ecliiw. Jr. 112 TArlhurU....107
548 Imp. Nora ..109 570 Jessie Taral 104
414Halcvon....l00 517Arda.. .. ..104
487 Slornsaev-.. 109 574 Delia M 104
Kefera to St. Asaph (eries.
tLate Bob West.
First Bace Clansman, Jack Lovell, Imp.
Second Bace Vespasian, St. Laurent,
Third Race Vent. Foundling, Jersey
Fourth Itace Beef cr. Hawk, Tyro.
Fifth Bace Jarley, Irish Lass, Grampian.
Sixth Kace Eclipse, Jr.; Halcyon, Imp..
Objects to the Oreler. r
Dr. William M. Starr yesterday riled
suit for injunction against Kcllx A. Reeve,
solicitor of the Treasury, to prevent the
execution of a summon to vacate his
own real property under a recent Judg
ment, nt law authorizing the marshal to
sell it- '
Crnl" .t Harding,
Cor. 11th and F Sis.
ine an array
of about 200
bles, no two
finish in ev
and design, for parlor, bed
room, library, reception hall,
&c. Here is a special
100 Vino. Solid Oak, High folUucd
1 anies, 2mdc!i top.witn run ana
and lower shelf. Others vroald (T 1-1 i
mark it t 30 Our srlce ...
; Craig & Harding,
13th and F Sts.
You must have a re
spectable overcoat to
put on to be strictly
well .dressed this fall.
It should be gotten up
"Would -ou like to see
what the "just-so" kind
is like? Give a call at
our store; we'll show
you one with pleasure.
Fall Overcoats for af
ter functions and cool
evenings, of artistic cut
and finish, S10 to S30.
See oor "special" pare silt lined
A COOD DERBY or
SOFT HAT, $2
better cnea for V- .V), flSSO and
J4. Bvery day more and mora men
and boy, to are finding out
that this is the ;: o to tuyaatls-
Tactory Bats e 1IA . Latest
styles best qnalit.es, nnl fully 50
cents leas than Department
fctore'' prices. Investigate for
rar-Sole D. C Agents for "Ybu-
macs' "celebrated XewYoik Bats.
James Y. Dav.'s' Sons,
Batters and Furriers. 1201 Ta. ave.
15V. J.I..UH5 UUUAi
THE BOY PREACHER,
DESPONDENT AND HOPELESS.
I have suffered for years with
the worst form of catarrh offen
sive discharges, buzzing in ears,
pains inchest, violent cough, con
stant hawking and spitting. My
whole nervous system was a
wreck. After trying various rem
edies without relief, about one
month ago I began using Dr.
Geo. W. lu'sicr's Catarrh Cure; am
I give this tes
sol ici tation,
A7Ls'-i- iiuiiiiiiiir il mv
'pfy'm.-t- duty to let the
world know there is one positive
cure for this dreadful disease.
Trice, to cents, by oil Urngilsts. Krlck Chem.
lcnl Co., Who'.e-salo Agents, 17CW Ta. Ave. N. W
'1 elephone C0i
TJ EM0VFD TO WEST SIDE OF7TU ST.
liettcr than ever 22d year.
Saxony Wool German Hand-hnit
Jaehcts and Sweaters.
Domestic Sewing Machine
and Pattern Rooms,
800 7th St. N. W.,
Cor. H, opp. Old Stand.
The grounds of the old Van Xew
Mansion once again the scene of
palely. The cycllus center of Uasii
inston Every one appreciates the
macniSccnt tract LarnerR will
find courteous end competent In
structors always preenu The 9!
iruarauteo ' tl kt Insures proc
ciency. lielmided If a new wheel is
bought whhln a year. Pressing
rooms for ladles
Dislrict Cycle G9"c,ofu,
Tvmi Kiivorlle-H Won.'
Baltimore--. Mel., Oct. A. The Piralico
mtutlrj; ondcel tw-elav- witli a Hcht esird
anel llslite-r liettlnc. Two ftwnrlte-s and a
st-cund choice? Tvcre successful. Comet,
the' favorltp rnr the openlnc; event, Tvas
beaten out by Tranlc T. In five heats.
I It's Historic Ground. I
f COLUMBIA i
FIELD, 'tre.0 I
su.' :;. sair.ei's&jfrt V