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TILE 3LORXTN& TITLES, MOyDAT, NOVEMBER 11, 1895.
Tarkcr, Hridset A Co.,
There are yet a few boys
we have not clothed. Let
not a single one escape.
The reason avc are so intent
upon pleasing these boys is
that we'll need them when
they become men: What if
we do not make any money
on Boys' Clothing just now?
Not "trying to! Here's
Bets' .All wool Suits, worth $2.20,
for $1.75. . ,.
Dots' All wool Scotch MlxedSults,
iMirlti $4. for ?2.S0.
Hojs" HI.iek ami Navy Win AII
nooiaimlotNulln.colnrwurraiitt.il. Value S3. For S.I.
TJost Qimlltv- -Mailc of the Alxivc
hulls. Value $. Tor $4.
BMikCLi v 1)1.1 ROiMlVorM tils' nit.
Black und'Nav) Blue. Value ?7.
f-pc-ial lot ot Hoys' Navy Blue
Chinchilla Reefer., (irai-d value. ar
$5. Onlv S3, mill -in KMrj lino
$7 Chliic'hlll.i Itcefer for in.
Boys' Heeler 8h11h, feS. $. ami sn.
UrantI Hue of liovs' Overcoats, -
Bt 60Q-, 75c. anil $1.
315 7th St
The ' ' COLUMBIA ' '
bicycle has so many good
qualities tnat it
takes a twelve
month to find
them all out.
Only by con
'stautly riding a
wheel does its virtues and
defects become evident to
the rider. " Columbias "
have no defects.
Columbia Field Is trliero all tvbrel
jnen forefather 'Guarantee' Ik-Seta
fur loaniem iZ.HO.
District Cycle Co,, V-SBS
"s"naBr ain- 452 Pa. Ave.
Y 11.1- -NOT I'LAl i.kiugii.
C A C IrfitiklnK for Another leain
for 3liiiiiKi;rvlnK nuj.
Notwithstanding the positive statement
printed hen- In one or the cviiilns papers
on Saturday tli.il lite Columbia Atlilctlc
Cluli ! in would iila a pame of footliall
Willi Ixliigli Cuivcr-lty on Thanksgiving
Dav that game will not le plajed.
A Times reporter taw Captain Wells or
tlie C. A C, l.t eve-nunr and Lo denied
the statement and uKn Ins authority it
Is now positively Mated lliat thesame Willi
Lehigh nil! not ! pl.ijedaiid thatnegolla
tlons looking to a same wire dropped about
the tiiidclleofl.isl week.
There u 111 lie a fame on Thanksgiving
Da j Willi a uroug loe.il te.ini, hut which
one has not lieen definltel decided upon.
The f A C and l'otomac Athletic Club
(cams will plav a same or footliall on
Columbia held this afternoon. Game will
be c.tllcd at 1 15 o'clock.
As the l'oti'inai t have been putting up a
strung game this season, the contest will
Craw a large crovd.
All the street Improvements In Alexandria
ir hpM in t hccL liv douhta raised as to the
coiilltullinallt) l the thlrtj-ihird section
of the citv charter, which makes the
propcrt aliuttlng on the improved street
responsible for two-thirds of the cost or the
Improvement. Under the section all the
ftreet work In the city has been done, but
about n tear ngo oine tpiestion as to the
Tight oi I he cltj to t.tx properly Tor street
Improvement was raided, and in order to
nave it settled a lesttase was made, when
the city sued the etate of the late Holier)
lolett ror money due ror strict Improve
ments. Thlo case has now gone to the State court
or nppeal. the city having won In the
minor courts, and on Thurda licet ilr.
b O. ilrent. Hie city's attorney, will appear
before the court or appeals and tik lo have
thciaseputon t lie privilege docket, so that
It can be heard next month. A decision in
favor of the city Is ronfiilinlly cpeitcd
and us Mxm as It is obtained the paving of
Cameron and other streets, which need at
tention very b.ulU, will be begun. If the
decision should be adverse to the city some
other means of making property rtspi.usi
ble for improvement will have to be de
In the city council tomorrow night the
bill Intn aing the pay of policemen $3 per
month vv ill be taken up. The measure will
be vigorously oppocd by the police com
mlsMoners, vv ho have asked for an Increase
or the Torce, ns It Is will known that the
city lnlhepresentstateofltsfinances, cannot
Increase the pay of the orrhers and the
Jorce at the same time. The lower board of
the common council, at a. previous meeting,
paused the increased-pay bill, but in the
nlt'ermen It was la id over until additional in
formation could be obtained. The present
pay or the force Is $4r. per mouth.
The Voting Men's Sodality Lveenm are
now making great preparations for the
tie production of a society drama, "The
Woven Web," by the dramatic association
next. Thedrama Is under the manage
ment or -Mr. George llensey, of Washington,
and will he a very creditable production.
The petition to the Grand Council or the
Jr. O. u A. il. or Virginia, ror a charterto
form a council at Vienna, Fairfax: county,
now has, It Is understood, some eighteen or
twenty signatures, aud the petition will be
cent to the headijuarlers of the order In a
lew days. It Is also under-tood that the
new council or the order at Fairfax: Court
House will beiostiluicd on the nightof No-
"Happy Jack" Morris, a well-known
character here, l locked up In the police
station on a charge of having stolen a door
mat. Morris was found with the mat In
lis possesion, and whin asked where he
got it, declared that he sat down on it and
It stuck to him.
The police about 1:30 o'clock yesterday
morning found William, alias Buck Tajlor,
who is under indictment in the county for
burglarl7lng the Actors' Club house at
Four Mile Kim In March last, kitting In a
doorway on King street. lie was taken
111 charge bj the officers and will be turned
t ver In thecounty authorities ror trial.
Mrs. Martha Carliu and her daughtcrsand
Mr. William J. Hall returned jesterday
from a visit of two ivceksto the exposition
Capt. T. T. Faulkner, of the Washington
and Ohio division o! the .Southern Italltrnr,
n 111 shortly remove tvilh his mtnilr to Lces
bnrg. The police have under arrest Cornelius
Johnson, Lewis Martin. W. C. Wyatt, and
J. S. Key, white tramps, on suspicion of
being the parties who assaulted Mrs. Jame
Newton on North Columbus street and stole
her pocket-book, containing ?-3. The men
will have a prelirnlnarv hearing before
Mayor Thompson tomorrow morning, and
Mrs. Newton will lie called on to Identify
the men who rubbed, her.
A Di'Ihj til Adjournment.
"Ton ray the convention lasted fourteen
days? What was the cause of thedelaj?"
'Couldn'tthlnk of nothing to ftartthefrce
flcht on to wind It up with." Indianapo
Great salo of dry goodstoday at Dry Goods
TradlUK Company, 1020 Seventh street.
RING ANU TRACK GOSSIP
Pimlico Race Meeting at Balti
more Opens Today.
OUTLAWS CANNOT KETDRN
Alexander nml St. Asaph Officials
Itcfu-.cStiiblo Room lo On ner Who
Went lo i:il.lmi Tlify Knew tlio
JViinlty anil 3liit Suffi'r (lit) Con
fciTHii'iii'OB Entries mid Selections.
The runnlug meetiiiK widen opens at
the'l'lmllco track today promises to be a
pronounced success. The stables are filled
with some of the best-class horses thatran
on the board of control tracks during the
season, w hich jusl closed In New Vork Willi
the Morris I'ark meeting.
Of course rew or the cracks or the jear
have gone to lUltlmore, but the class or
horses is suiricient to guarantee first-
lass sport, fa. I. l'owers has been selected
to officiate as Judge and Franels Trevalju
will be steward. "Dare Devil" Fllpatrick
will handle Hie flag during t he uieetiiig. W.
C. Chilton will act as n-cretary and Cd.
Kearney will be president.
If ever a race mietiug deserted to be a
sukvss it is the rimlico venture. It lias
he-en beset with more than its share of the
trials and tribulations or this world, and It
is to be hop.tltli.it I mill this time out every
thing will be e lcar aihns.
In the llrH place the l'nnlioo people leased
their track to the Klktoii managtiiunt and
then when they n allied, lh.il to allow them
to hold a inciting there would "oulkiw"
Ihemtbcy renenledor ihelrliastyaitionaiid
did eve-rj thing in their power lo ennc-el the
The Elkton people want til the track aim
at rlret would not give il up. Later, how
tv er, an arrangement was rciUiiil whereby
Ihe Gloucester contingent, which control
the Blktoti track agntil to give up tin
lease. The r.icl thai they dci idul to go to
the track at Herring Klin after they leave
their present quarters had a good deal lo do
Willi this action on their part.
While Hie I'lmlleti merlins is lo all out
ward appearances run bj' aial under the
supervision ot the Ssaratog.i Uaclng As
sociation. It is well known that this Is
simply done as a blind. The- real pro
moters of the meet are "Tolvo" Wall ami
Fred" Walbaum. They are putllns H
the cash for the -venture, and strange as
It may seem the Jockey Club Is giving its
sanction to a meeting which bears the
same relation to the old (Jutttnberg track
that the I'lkton nf inir does to Gloucester.
This, however, will not in any way
influence the racing one wav or the other,
aud with the officials who have been
chosen lo ovori.ee the way things are
run there can be no doubt but what the
stmrt will be ot as. liUli a class as that
seen In New York during the season just
The card offered for the opirlns day
Is not a very heavy one, but what 1
lacking In quantity is made up in quality.
There will be at least nrtcen liooks doing
business when the bugle sounds ror the
opening scramble this afternoon, and if
the sport tome up to expictations there
will lie au ever Increasing line ns the days
A number of the horse owners who left
the over Ihe-n ver tracks to go to Klkton
and who now want to return to the Vlr
glula tracks, have found thai It was no
vain threat the Island nud St. Asaph
orfieals made when ihev told tin in they
could not return at their pleasure.
During the past week there have been
at least a dozen applications made for
stable room from ihedoserliug owners and
the have one and all been refused. These
owners paid no attention whatever to the
managementof the t wo tracks w hen they ex
plained wh they tlid not think It rair ror
them to dc-ert after they had stood by them
They Iaughed at tho idea of the atross
inc. river tracks running at a loss simply
stable hands, etc., from starving, and said
they had a riitht to go where they pleased.
This right was not denied them, bat now
that they want to come back lo the folds
they find that il Is not so easy.
There is no doubt but what- the track
iieople had the best end of the argument at
every stage of the game. The were ccr
t..iniv mtnilii!' at a loss at one time during
the summer months. They realized, how
ever what it would mean to me uuimreu-,
of people dependent upon the purses hung
up by iliem sucmeuiy iiuum mis ...t-.u .
earning their bread and batter suddenly
stopped and never for a moment talked of
closing down the meeting.
t ......,., ti... i.,vt nrninlncnt of the owners
who applied Tor permission lo bring ills
aorcs hick to the Virginia tracks and race
was W. W. Underwo-id. He wns not only
.,.,..., i. .-.,.! ill not rn here, but was re
fused stable room for several hopes that
bo wanted lo wmicr across me "-
There liavo been eomq terrible howls
made of late about the quality or XUc rac
ing at the St. Asaph track. It is eerlainly
true that in some instances the sport is not
up to the standard that It should be and
there nre some very peculiar looking
races nin on the track.
The same, however, can be said or any
track that has to deal with the class of
horse-owners and Jockeys that are quar-tered-at
the Virginia tracks. Tho Carn
alite race last week was one ot the worst
looking that has ever been pulled off at the
Pt. Asaph track and the wonder Is how it
escaped thcattentlon of Judge Martin.
From the day that he first assumed con
trol at the Virginia Jockey Club, Judge
Martin has made it his business lo keep
the sport Just as clean as possible w ltli the
opiwrtunitles that he had of doing so.
The card at St. Asaph today Is in some
respects a good one. The fields arc not
vcrv large bat there are possibilities In
them that should furnish an exciting dnj's
siwrt. 11 not only makes the gamo much
lietter from a raclug standpoint ror a few
long shots to stir up things in general by
dumping the talent but the worse the
ravorltes fare the belter things go with the
books nud the more money goes into the
ring- , ,,. ,
The opening event looks to be a girt for
Cockade. It there Is anything in It Hint
will give him a race it does not show on
paper. Siberia may take It Into her head
to run and cause a little trouble, but she
u not In the sham- that she should be and
the pace will probably besuch a hot one that
she cannot keep up with the procession.
At that though she will likely be becond,
with Mohawk third.
The second race which Is at half a mile
Is not eo easy. Tubal Cain. Jr., may do
the trie!:. Ue was shown a lightning fast
turn of speed for halt a mile. Ponoma
Belle and Courtney may have the fight for
the place between tbem. Thu others are
not at all dangerous and can safely be
If ragln does not win the third event it
will be because be falls down. He should
be a one to ten shot. There Is ever that
chance with him, however, tint lie will take
It Into his head to have'a fit of the sulks
and it he does so he might Just as well
not start. Grampian will probably run
into second money with Gaiety third.
Svengall won bis raco last week with
such ease that lie Miohld have little diffi
culty In disposing of the lot ot tvvo-j ear
olds that he will meet In the fourth event.
Ot the others Bob and Cadiz appear lo be
about the best with the chances liifavor of
the latter for second money. Bennlngs
may hang on to the leaders aud prove
dangerous at the finish.
After a long rest Tancrcd makes his
appearance In the fifth race. It he is
handled by anyone besides (hose who had
him when he raced In the name of the
CIover'r table there is a chance of the
publlo getting a line on what he can
really do. If fit, he should win Mattie
Chun will likely be setond. with Frank
Fuller knockln; at the door. Look out
The closing race should go to Renais
sance. Harry M and Valkyrie are the
ones who should be fighting for the second
money, with Airpiant close up. Of course
Siva has nn outside chance to lie In the
money, but he has .o thoroughly demon
strated -what a rank dog he Is that It
is like burninjr money up to play him.
Totliiy'H Kntrlc ut St. Atsnpli.
Tirst Kace Six nnd one halt furlongs.
Hid. Horse. Wt. Ind. norse. JVL
ni2 .lllson .... 1 10 r,8T Dorcas L....10.
081 Potash 110 (niift'Slheria 107
r.HO Ceremony .107 ri89 l'altl 107
081)Cockade...l07 '681 Mohawk ....10.
Second Race One-halt mile. 1'our-year-
Ind. Horse. Wt. Ind. norse. Wt.
fiOS Misery 122 ri'17 Daphne l-'U
CUT Hlppona 122 08 1 Bon'a Belle..l22
S!)T Courtnev 122 BSM Marksman...l'J2
C80 Glengary .. .122 T.7S T. Cain, Jr. .122
Third Knee Seven eighths mile. For all
ages. Allowanct s.
Ind. Horse. Wt. Ind. Horse. Wt.
(r!)0)1lllzzard .. .ion n!i2 Gaiety OT
MiOlH'agln 10!) ri:m I.cpcrcllo .., ..:4
iSdU(riiiiipian...lO!i 08 1 ltodney bO
000 Lady May .101)
Fourth Race Four and one half furloncs.
Two-year-olds. Si llmg.
Ind. Horse. Wt. Ind. Horse. Wt.
485 HrlulllliM .. .08 &!)8 Cadiz .v .. ..115
(iV.(8).Svrngali .. .UK "Oil TriMiina 04
Bill Torresdalo .ItT 5111 M.linl,erton.l)2
Genesee Il...'.i5 i7U Lady Watson.Hl
(671!) Uob US
Fifth Race Six and one fourth, furlongs.
Tlirei-vrar-olds ami up.
Ind. Horse. Wt. Ind. Horse. Wt.
085 llevbi-e 105 588 Gto.HakeS..UI2
021 Flihrrt 105 (5!H)MattleChuii.l(l2
585 Foxglovr....l05 :ir.))Tuncrril 102
070 l'r'k Fuller. 105 5b8 Samaritan.. 102
080 Fi.) chc 1U2
Sixth Jtace Scvi-n eighths mile. Three
tear olds and up. Allowanri s.
Ind. Hon,. Wt. I ml. Horse. Wt.
001 Airilaut....ll2 5!i5 Reuai'sancel04
001 Harrj M....112 r,8:i Valkyrie h!)
552 Lotto 107 G'jnSivn U!)
Refers to Alexander Island series.
First rate Cm kadi: Siberia Mohawk.
Second r.icr Tubal Cain, jr., I'anoitia
Third race Fagln; Grampian; Gaiety.
Fourth rati Mcngali; Cadiz; Bob.
Firth race T.mcrcd, Mattie Chun; Frank
Sixth rare Renaissance; Harry at.;
KM rim ut l'lmllfo.
First r.nr. fite-rlghtlis of a mile. Turse,
$400. Fltr.ill, ion; Ameer and Trlcuia.
108 each; Il.il ton, 105; Addle and Fjl.il.
Oil each; -Merrv Iiuke, 102; 1'oiith.ir. 100;
l.ad MiCanii, ittl: The Sage. 117; Ju.inlt.i,
100; Thurston, 105; l'hotbus, 100; FniuJe
B, 100; Tom Larding. III).
becond race, rive and omwhair rurlongs.
Two-jrnr-old maidens purses S'100. Nes.
tor, 1U8; id al rice in., ito; ii.t iia, iuo;
(f A PEEP
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V - ' - . - -
jp THETHORSEUESS CflRRIRGU WluUy
ft BE JUSTTHEJTHIING.EOR
Royal IL. Ill; MtTdrc.1 I)., 108; Chestir,
111; lk-au Idial, 10b.
Third r.iec, one mile. Thrce-jenr-olds.
Purse. S400. McKee. 10H: Vnnbruut,
112; lua, 100; The swain, 112; Sun Up,
Fourth race, flvc-eighthsorn mile. Two-year-olds-,
selling, l'urse. ?:I00. Stp
tuor, l7; Intermission. 101); fririetd, !t7;
Predicament, 100; Roundsman. 10!); Hor
de, 10J; F.mol ionat. 07; Wifhard, 115;
Marslau, 10J; Premier, D7.
Firth race, one and one-sixteenth miles.
Selling. Purse, 5300. The hwaln. !;3;
Phoebus, fiO; Maurice. 10T;Lochltivar, 102;
Golden Gate, C; Candelabra, 102; Dog
gett, 105; .Marshall, 10S; Sue Kittle, 80;
Little Tom, 1)1); Derender, 87.
First race Tom Harding:
Urin,l race Beau Ideal
Third race ina:t-unc-ji.
Fourth race Wisharu. Intermission
Fifth race-Doggett; Candelabra.
MOTES OF THE DIAMOND.
It has been definllely settled thai Pcran
ton. Pa., will have a base-Kill club next
year The franchise was sold at sleerirrs
silc last week and brought $2,180. The
indcbletlncssor Uieilub ainouuts to 5.,0(IO.
The punhaser is a coal man by the nameof
Thomas II. Brooks.
The scheme to provide a monument for
tho late Harry Wright will take positive
shapo at the coining meeting ot the Aa
Word comes from the West that Man
ager Setnuelzjs having a great season with
"A Texas Steer."
Tho baseball magnates will get together
at tho Fifth Avenue Hotel, New Virt, on
Wednesday ne.t, and there is likely to lie a
very iutcrc-tlng, but not an exciting,
time. All the National League clubs made
money last season, the Phillies topping the
list with alwut isiLo.ouo to 1110 jcoou,
while St. Louis Is at the foot villi uhutit
$10,000 to the good. Louisville, the tail
ender, is reported to have coined aliout
$20,000. Bo that as it may, all the mng.
nates appear to bo satisfied, and there will
bo no thange in the twelve-club circuit.
"While the talk ot changing the Wash
ington Baseball Park from Us present site
at the head of Seventh street wns lieforc
the magnates of the Senatorial aggregation
for a time It is now stated on good authority
that tlie "rooters" will have the same old
park tho coming season. The proposed Iron
grand stand, however, will probably not
Is; built for next season. There is danger
that New Jersey avenue will be extended,
and In case this should be done the stand
would be directly in the way of the street.
As the new stand will cost a pretty neat
sum Mr. Wagner does not think it wise to
take any 1 nances of having lo tear It
down almost as soon as It lias been com
pleted. An effort to altolMi Sunday games In
the West will be made at the coming meet
ing of tho National League. Philadelphia,
New Vork and Boston will vote that way,
but the Western clubs will have tho help ot
Washington, Baltimore and Brooklyn, and
the Sabbatarians will be snowed under.
As is usual afler the ball season -there
Is some talk of Amos Rusle leaving the
Now orks. President Xrcedman Is will
ing to admit that Rusle is the best man in
the business, but thinks lie has outgrown
his usefulness as a member or the Giants.
Slic Wanted to Help. .
"Charley," said the affectionate little
wife, "didn't OU tell me those little blue
chips cost $1 apiece?"
"Well, here's a whole box full of all
colors that I liought at tho birgain counter
for 74 cents." Texas Sittings.
Waller Shall I bring monsieur a demi
tasse? Wilklns (from Ch ieago) Yes, and n
small cup of coMec. Truth.
Grcatsaleotdrygootlstodav at DryGoods
Trading Company, 102G Seventh street..
A large contingent ot puglllstically in
clined sportinc men will take tho trip
over to Balllmoro tonight toijwitness the
i.-o.o-.-m.in.i fistio nrguineht between
Biuie" woods ot Demer ,3 Ccfy. and "0M-
Chocolato" George uodirey oi c.091011.
The bout will be held by the Eureka
Athletic Cluliot that city at their quarters
in the Front-street Theater building. The
affair is under the personal supervision of
Al Hcrford, the well known manager ot the
club, and this fact nlonc gives promise of
everything passing off smoothly.
SInco the night of the fiasco across the
river, when "Bilhc" was accused or being
onlv too glad .of a chance to keep out of
the reach ot the colored man from the
city ot beans, the sports have been longing
and looking for nn excliangeof compliments
between these two heavy-weight pugs.
Thef act that Jake Kllraln w ill be matched
against the winner ot the "go" is In Itself
enough lo guarantee a hot contest. Both
ot Hie men would like to liavo a chance
to get at the Baltimore bonlfacc. In the
flrsl place il is prtlty generally conceded
that the geulal Jake bus had too man
hard fights ot late with the "liooze" 10 do
much In the scrapphi.; line, and. In the sec
oud, while a victory over him would not
be looked uiou as much so far as the fight
ing qualities of the victor are concerned,
nevertheless lioth "Blllie" and George
would like to do the trick Jusl for the sake
of whipping him.
1 he club has made special arr.ingeru. nl
with the railroad loinpanyto carry passen
gers over lo the Monumental City and give
them admission to the fight for $2.25
Word tomes from Johnny Glynn lint
he is training hard for his coming fight
with Joe Halt man. Glyiu Is doing his
work at ills home in Wilmington mid will
not come to this Jt until a few d.ijs
before the contest lakes place.
In hand, is seeing lo it that there wilt bo
no mistake this time and both of the nun
will be in the ring as scheduled. The
location of the club has not been made
known as jrt, for fear the local authori
ties may make an ifforl to prevml the
mill bring pulled'off.
The scene of the battle will be pitched
within a few miles of this city, however.
IhTO JftE, BQTUREyj)
LOVERS ButrAILES FROM
and every one will be satisfied with
convenience or those whotake In tno"go."
Batcmau 1 doing his training in George
town. Be is under the personal super
vision of his trainer, Mr."Vilsou, and if
condition counts for nnthlng, he should
prove a winner, lie Is very confident of
victory, as he claims that be has leariml
a gTcat deal of the art of self defense
since Ins lust meeting with the Wilmington
"Dan" lie nry of Alexandria has arranged
another fistic treat for the local sport.
On the 15th of this month ho will have a
fifteen round contest at his house, lietwcen
"Jack" Daly or Wilmington and Jimmy
These men have been trying to get on a
fight for some time and they will no
doubt put up nn Interesting and game
fight. They are both fast fighters and it
Is doubtful if they stay the whole fifteen
Daly has lieen after Lyuch'sscalp for some
time and be Is apt to get in some ot his
short-armed work on his opponent that will
put him in "queer street" In no time. Ho
has not any sinecure, however, and will
know that he has been to a prize fight
when the last round comes arouud.
Th- Ereat war ot words Is over nnd the
championship still remains in tho hands
ot the Hon. James J. Corbctt, P. U. G.
Thcfinalsquclehlngot the nludy scrappers
by the "mighty arm ot tho law" was a
welcome relief to a long suffering public,
who were heartily tired ot the whole cdii
troversy. While, ot course, the friend and sup
porters ot tho two pugilists will alwavs
maintain that their man was not the one
who erawlcd, from a distance it looked very
much like a case ot "one being afraid and
the other dassent."
I'llzslmmons has put In a idaim for the
title of champion nnd he will probably hold
that he has a right to It by defeating the
winner or theMaher O'Donncll right, vvhlcli
comes otf at Maspeth tonight. In case Jim
should resign this nrran gem ait will no doubt
bo satisfactory to nil parties concerned.
There is very little talk about the fight
Just no wand tho fighters hate entirely dis
appeared from the public viqw. Champion
Corlielt is thinking it over in New Vork and
Fitz Is doing ono night stands In the South.
Ciinterbiiryis and SliiunrockH to .Meet.
The Cantcrburys and the Shamrocks will
line up Thursday at National Risiball Park
as folio war
...c. Saur.. ..
.r.g. V. Con sell
..1. k. Bean.. ..
..r. t. Singleton..
Downey 1. 1.
noffer r. e.
Williams I.e. Kelchner
Lannon q. b. I). Dougu'ty(Cap)q.b.
Petersen r. h. b. Cleary r. h. b.
Compton(Capt.)l.h.b. J. Dougherty ..1. h.b.
Boyd f. b. Norcom t. b.
Wilson, Reese . . subs. Kennedy.JIaskell.subs
Tlie average weight of botti teams is
about 150 pounds.
Beecham's pills for consti
pation 10 and 25. Get the
book at your druggist's and
go by it.
&nfin&l u!i taor ttan C.0OU130 bciM.
EPISCOPAL SCHOOL GAMES
Alexandria High Sohool Boys Hold
Their Annual Fall Meeti
Twenty-urn XnmlierH Were Down on
tilt l'roErninino and Were 'Wit-
niftscd by it iJirjro Crowd.
Quito a large crowd gathered at tho
grounds of the L'piscopal High School In
Alexandria Saturday to witness the fall
games of that Institution. Tho Marino
Band was on hand to furnish music, for the
occasion and a very cnJoable day was
spent by alL
The exercises, which began at 10 0 clock,
were a fcutccss In every particular. Thcro
and Ihey resulted as follows: .
1. Throwing baseball Nino entries.
Won by Mr. Robertson; distance, U17 feet,
2. Potato race 150 yards. F.Ieveucntrics.
Won by C. R. MiCulkicb, In 1:33.
:t I'l.ntn- tlie shot Seven entries. Avon
by Mr. Volk, illstanco 20 rect, 0 Inches.
J. t-eulor flat race """
Mr. Harri-on. Time 1:00. -
C. Junior running long Jump V on by O.
H. Johnson; distance, 15 reel, 3 Indies.
0. Senior hurdle rare 110 yards. Seven
entries. Won by Mr. Trice in 0.17 l-o.
7. Flat race Four entries. 220 ards.
Won by J. F. Mi-C'ulKicli In -22 2 5. Tho
sthool record for this raco has heretofore
been 0:20 1 5.
- fc. Standing long Jump-Seven entries
Won by Mr. While, distance 8 feel, 10 1 -kit
'.). Kgg and ladle race 220 yards. Seven
teen fill ries. Won by 1. Davidson.
10. Flat race Half a mile. Five entries.
Won bv Thomas L. Rust In 2.28.
11. "rolti vaulting Height. Five en
tries. Won by S. C. Dawson; distance, 8
reel, 1) 3 1 Inches.
12. Junior flat rati 140 yard. Eight
entries. Won by .Mr. Miller in 1 03 3 5.
13. Senior runnlug long Jump. Light
entries. Won by Mr. Holderuess; distance
18 teer. 2 Inches.
t . ThrAwiti tho h.iiumer Light cn-
irie.,'. Won by Mr. Chnise, distance, 52
fit-t, 0 Inches.
15. Junior hurdle race-Six hurdles In
i riOTSO' ei-Eflsj,
140 3 arils. Nine entries.
Won by Hay-
ward in 0:17 3-5.
1G. Senior flat race 100 yards. Seven
entries. Won by J. F. McCulkiUgh In 0:11
17. Running high Jumi Fourteen en
tries. Won by Price; distance, 4- feet,
11 3-4 Inches.
18. Junior flat race 100 yards. Eight
entries. Won by Cooke In 0:12 1-5.
IP. Pole vaulting Distance. Five en
tries. Won by Masse; distance, 10 feet,
20. Sack race 100 yards. Fifteen en
tries. Won bv Wilcox in 0:28.
The last event was a 220-yard consola
tion race, open to tnoc who had not won
prizes in any ot the other events. Menefce
won In 0:23 L-5
SClMtKMK COURT CONVENE?.
Ijitk" Nnmlier ofDeolr.lon. "Will Be
The Supreme Court ot the rnlted States
will re-convene today after a recess of ten
days. When court adjourned on the after
noon ot the 1 st Inst., there wereslxty eight
cases under advisement, some ot them hav
ing leen carried over from last year.
It is expected that opinions will he de
livered today In about fifteen cases. What
they nre, cannot, of course, be stated.
The court will be asked by the Attorney
General to advance for an early hearing
the appeal of the Government from the de
cision of Judge Koss, In favor of Mrs. Stau
ford in the case against the estate of the
late Senator Stanford, tv here tl.e United
States, under the laws of California, seeks
to establish the liability of the estate for
about $15,000,000 of the debt due the
Government by the Central Pacific Railroad
Company, of tv hich he was a stockholder to
Mason The moral tone of these swell
resorts is getting higher every year. The
reading-rooms used to be deserted, now they
are filled day and night.
Barrows Ves, it'b the most economical
Mason How so?
Harrows "Reading niakcth a full man,"
you know. New Vork World.
Jonathan So you stand for office in
England? John And you run for it in
America? .Tohnathan (thoughtfully) Well,
I suppose you get there Just the same.
CJPITPTAT or private diseases of
-'-- -'-v-'X-ri.J- on v name or nature scien
liricnlly t rented mm radically cured. "Im
polency," Iw-t or falling isor in married
or sinKle men, no matter how caused,
positively i ured. iiine 1 the only success
ful method in such case. All urinary dis
eases, skin and blood diseases cured.
Syphilis cured In 30 to 00 days; absolute
Kiiarantee. IVorot eaies Invited. If you
.ire affllcled with any lunc-standing or
acute disease, nervous, chronic, skin or
blood li-c,.i(. jour best Interest will lie
served by coiisuIIIiir Dr. Carlelon. His
Iouk residence in Washlnplon and his nn
cqualiil record of cures, effected in appa
rently hopeless, cases, untitle! him 10 jour
Dr. Carle-Ion's charges are the lowest of
all, when the great superiority of his treat,
ment Is considered. 1
Hours, la to 6; evenings. 7 to S; aun
dnys, 10 to ".
DR. CARLET0N,728 9thSt.H.W.
The great Hazleton
stock that we are run
ning off like hot cakes at
44c on the Dollar
consists of the finest
qualities of rcad3r-madc
clothing, and the ridic
ulous prices at which we
makes this the clothing
event of this season.
The cold wave will
make you feel the need
of a new suit and Over
coat. You'll see the
wisdom .of equipping
yourself here for the
Don't wait until it's
H. FRIEDLANDER & BRO.,
9th and E Sts. N. W.
Wo Lav no connection with any other
hoaso la the city.
A TUXEDO OR FULL
Their universal use makes il a
necessity lo Ziaz-c one.
Wc make you one and make it
riit in every particular, lined
throuh v ith silk for
Why Be Without One?
615-617 Penu. Ave. N. W.
For children cannot te equaled
by &ty other clothier In town,
either In cheapness or quality.
Oar Mea'aCheiiot fcults, at aijtf,
axe the talk of the town.
Garner & Co.,
X. F. Cotnr Tth and II fcta, X. W.
pi H- p
-"A Love of a Wheel'-THE RAMBLER.
Now dress ..
Last night at midnight
the Weather Bureau receive
ed a wire announcing the
long - expected cold wave.
To-morrow 'twill be cold
perhaps too cold. "We are
prepared have been ready
for weeks with Overcoats,
Ulsters, Suits and the like.
rhOTjinlCnifc -"Iwoo! Vte-V Cherto: SuiU-
Lilnilul Olllll itni-U ami .Tn.il.ln jri&nta
bIdcIo an-l J0.1U breftetHl
made up la ptnci in-
with flu or tailorlnr ..
In KensT". "r &n Blu Mel
ton Irrh KrIo horamb
I$iveraan'l n TnrletT ot fancy
r. $10 UP TO $40
In ChlnchiIla-ei'iulitBlT m
ana flnislieJ silt vtlfl-ttOC
cnJiilli. liii-l.. - 4U sPlU
"Ye cannot help en
thusing over our Overcoat
stock, the best tailors make
our goods every detail of
style and fit is guaranteed
by us fully, or you can get
your money without a ques
tion. In Children's Clothing
wi nhsolutelv lead.
You men know all
about our wonderfully com
plete furnishings anu hat de
partments. "Tns Whitk Bciu:.g "
The rincst Flour known
oil that'i best in mllllnc-
Admlttcjly the standard
of cxcclloncc other rion-n
trl-ve 10 attain.
l. h. wie:man, Agt.,
216 10th St. N. W.
Established July, 1ST3L
Wouldn't thT loefc bttter
for a wash' Tho charm c!
ie curtain Iis In their
ftnowy whiten e. We
launder n preat man j- anil
never hear coroplaicta
alrout our work.
TOLMAU STEAM LAUNDRY,
Sixth and C Sts. N.W.
J. i-i$ fcteajj1 wjfer&'"
. -.. if -. .3
fetlliJpm?J3&-Tit ? z-