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THE 3EOU.SrNGr TT3LES, SATURDAY, XOVJ3M2JEI? 23, 1S95.
- - $. . i - -- V"i"
rrkr. HrWwt Jt Cta.,
Clotfclfrs. 313 Tib it.
cut the price
on six lots of
sincrle-breasted Sack Suits
new this season.
Men's Storm Ulsters at
$10, which areworth $12.50.
Cost you $12.50 elsewhere.
Do you play football? We
have reduced the Rugtiy No.
5 Football to $2.75.
Parker. Bridget & Co.,
Clothiers, 315 7th St.
Great expectations are
3ix to d i s a nnoint-
ment. Not as re
' They meet to the
full the most ex
Colurobla'Klold Is .is popular as eier
among learners. Instructors and truck
the best In the District "Guarantee"
District Cycle Co,, ffirVSISS
'"'fni"1111' 452 Pa. Ave.
' 'The proof of the pudding
is in the eating."
Have you tried Pure
One trial will convince you
of its merits more than any
thing we can say.
Importer V Ines and Liquor.
Bli r it. X. V.
THE IIA11DEST TUB BIMT.
Tcltphon.tt. oaco H2J F 8L a
Stewart Jones, alwiut Ihirtecn Years or
age, son of Col. II. Clay Jones, met Willi
an accident yesterday c-venmK "'at nearly
oct lilm Ills life. He was rlillnc up Kins
Ktrect on horfeehnck and near the corner
of St. Asaph tlie animal stumbled and
fell on Ills knees. Die boy was thrown
oer the horse's head, and fell lu-aiily
on his head on the cobblestone roadiva.
Those who saw the actident thought he
Iiail broken his neck, and several persons
went to his .lEsistauce. He was assisted
Into Leimon's drutf Rtore, near by, where
It was found that bejoud u severe cut
In the head and numerous bruises, lie was
unhurt. Later ho was nssisled to his
home In West Und.
Is to establish a telephone exchange In
this city, is now busily engaged in the
formation of a local lioard of directors,
among the merchants who a re stockholders
in the company, and to them the entire
control of the affairs of the company here
will be given. The contracts for the work
are now bclnpplat-ed and the company will
be read for business early in the spring.
The Alexandria police have lecn re
quested to look out for "Walter Kuckcr. a
-mall colored boy. "who Is -wanted for the
theft or a riding saddle and weights
from one of the racing Matties at St.
Asaph. The loy Is said to live in 'Wash
ington and has lieeu loafing about the
track for sometime.
The store of Max Prctzrelder & Co.,
on King street, near St. Asaph, was enteral
by thieves sometime during Thursday
night, and a quantity of goods and some
money that was in the cash drawer wire
stolen. The thieves effected an entrance.
It is thought, through a second story front
window on King street. The robbery has
lieeu reported to the police and Lieutenant
James Smith has information that will
lead to the arrest of the thiees.
The supper and lazar. which the ladles
of Grace nplsrop.il Church have been hold
ing in Odd Fellows' Hall, on North Col
umbus street for the benefit of the building
fund of the reclory. closed last night, after
two very busy nights.
The Alexandria German Club gave the
first german of the season In Mcllumcy's
llall, corner King and Washington streets,
last night. The hall was prettily decor-"
utcd with palms and flowers. Dnncing was
begun at ;i o'clock and continued until -a.
m. About rirty couples were present,
including many or the socletv people of
Alexandria, Washington and the surround
SvilliamGnrey, w holscharged withliaving
etolen $2'M) lroiii Col. Dan Henry, has
been sent on to the grand Jury by Mayor
Thompson. Garey nab acknowledged the
theft to Lieut. Smith.
At the meeting of. Alexandria Lodge, K.
of I, held last night, the degrees of the
order were conferred ujion tlx candidates.
Some 1 ,500 feet of new gas pipe has been
ordered to be laid by the city council com
mittee on streets.
The first of this year's series of Jlhinccker
lectures will take place at the Theological
Seminary on Tec-day next. Ilcv. Dr. W.
It. Huntington or Grace Episcopal Church,
New York, will be the lecturer. Mr. Hunt
ington is spoken of as one of the ablest di
vines in the church, anil Ills lecture will be
heard by all the clergy In this section of the
The football eleven of the rrcdcrlcks
nurg, V.i., high school and that of the
Episcopal high school, will play a game on
the high school grounds this evening.
Dr. Carpenter of Washington conducted
interesting services In the Union Mission
looms on King street last night.
Oil VuiiitliiK nt Auction TonlRlit.
The very successful sale of choice oil
paintings, wliIUi has been held at Ihe art
salesrooms of Walter B. Williams, Tenth
and Pennsylvania avenue northwest, during
the week, will be continued this, Saturday,
evening, when several of the thoicest.,i:ctes
In the collection will be offeica.' It Is
eldoni that such a fine, opportunity to
secure excellent oil fnltillngs at remarka
bly IownrlcesUQnJOyed by WasuiugtonIan
For Mr. B..PcoU, jr., who conducts the sale,
ivlll -offer any picture without reserve.
The salesroom will lie open all day. The
tale commences at 8 o'clock p. m.
Went Down While Rounding tha
BURKHOLDER'S SHADY RIDE
l'lilkililidlioMiiy Out orSc-coiid Mom-y-lllclit
Vndc-r til" Jude' Stand.
Iloulf. -Minlv n I.oslim Con J.ii-.
Won nt Odd On Sl liiiit T.111I3
Itlcliiiior.d Kntries. and Select Ioiim.
It was a good game that awaited the
patrons of the across-'. he-rlwr tracks who
look in the races at St. Asaph jeslerday.
The belting was good, the finishes were
In several cases exciting, and last, but
not least by any menus, four ravorlles
gladdened the hearts and incldcntally
fRttcned the bonk rolls of the talent by
reaching Ihe wire In the van.
There were' two things that marred
the sport. Siberia, Willi Jockey Kills in
the Middle, took a b.ul cropper in the last
race while rounding Ihe first turn, and Mr.
Johnny Ky.'in, the gentleman Willi the
"scrapping" propensities- with the as
sistance of a strong, aWe-lioillcd excuse
for a Jocsejs named liurKlioIdcr, pulled
Mollie -May In the second race.
The lAst-jianied blur on h licautlful
November nriernoon's sport was n mosl
barefaced piece of robbery, mid the specta
tors rose In their might and demanded
that the boy Ik- given a "lire bentcuce"
insiar.ier. Judge Mjrllu ell her did not
wime-s the "yank" or he Is simply laying
for Mr. Ilurkholder to put him on the ground
OWNKIt WAS TO BLAME.
Possibly he took Into consideration the
fact that 11 would be hard to connect the
owner wltli the mare's lmd showing, and
that It would lie an Injustice to heap all
ot the punishment on the head of the lxiy.
who was simply the tool ofnn unprin
cipled owner. At any rate, he did not
allow his heavy hand to fall upon Un
guilty parties, and the public was allowed
tii-have their little kick out without being
IMlw weather lmd been made to order
it could not have bi-en more perfect for
racing. One of the liooks that went on
Thursday railed, to show up jesterday.
They must have si-en it coming, as tlio.se
n ho did do business milt behind the game.
The opening event ruruished a surprise
in 'Arabella, who went to the post at the
fat odds of 7 to 1. The betting was lively
in ihls race, nearly every home receiving
substantial Fiipport. Genesee II. and May
Peters ran locked to the far turn, where
ArabelU passul them and drawing uvay
In the stretch won handily by a length.
Con Lucy ' for outclassed bis field In
the second race that I to 3 was gladly ac
cepted against him when the bugle sounded.
He, tqok the lead when he choose and won
easUy. Mollie May was second to within
a few yards of Ihe wire, where Ilurk
holder gave her a yank and Gaiety. got
the decision by a neck.
SECOND FAVOHITE TO CASH.
The second winning favorite was Dart.
He opened upcat7 to 10 but was notmuch
fancied at first and closed at 0 to 5. After
a short delay-nl the- post they got away
with Dart In the lead. He hild command
all thVway1,' winning o' two lengths from
Joyeuse, with Jim llonlen-third.
The betting In the fourth race was con
fined to Tubal Clin, Jr., and Columbus.
The latter finally closed the choice at 11
to 0,'wlth Cain 'at 3s. They finished first
and second In the order of betting, with
Duke of Pier third.
Lady Richmond was the choice In the
next rice, going to 'the poRt at 8 to 5,
with Siva next in demand at -s. In a go,Hl
rinish the latter managed to get up in time
to win by half a length rrom Dr. Johnson,
who beat Lady Richmond three.
The closing event 'went tu Tribute, who
was an 8 to r lavorltc. Glorianna at ;
to 1 eaIIy got the place from India Rubber.
Results at, St Asaph.
Weather clear. Track fait.
"y- First race. Pour and cne-half fttrlonzs.
OoJ- S-elllng. Purse, 1.0. Time, IttSVi.
Intl. Hor-e.fcWt. fet. M Ft Tin. J'ck'y Bt
Arabella, wr a
COS OeneseoHTVT . 1
Kittr Van, 103 11
5 3V 1' Fletcher
4 4 Sa IliitcnU'aC
5 5 Sn (irlfflu 4
COS Mullachmore.lOS 3 lu 1' 4
673 Olad Fir, 1U3 . SV!a i
May fetcrs, 10i. s
702 Scitawar, 105... 10
91 .Miss Tristan,' 107. S
Nlirhtincolr. 10i 7
6 7 7
U Brown 15
W.V orris 8
G lea sou SO
8 8 8
9 9 9
CIotK 109 8 11 11 10
178 Billy l.egBins,103 9 10 10 11
Start lair on nanaiiy.
-Second raco. Six furloncs Sollinc
' Purse, S100 Time, 1:I7.
Ind. Horso Wt, St i M. Fin. J'ck'y Bt.
711 Con Lucy, 101... 6 1- 1. 1 . Anl'ns 1-3
or Gaiety, loo '- i llisii irii'ntjr a)
.Mollie -May, H7 1 2U In Si, B'th'cl'r S
657 Pce-de-I.'n, 307. 3 6 5 4 Nnrraez 7
705 Gorilla, 105.. ... 4 SL 4 5 Grlflln SI
400 Vouusuurc. 101 7 7 7 6 W.M'rrls '-0
619 Westoer,lu5... 8 S 6 T Nelson a)
KB Jlote, 105. 9 8 8 B Tlotciicr 10
704 Ch'f Justice, loS 3 9 9 9 Clar CO
btart fair. Won er.slh
Third race. Hve furlong. Selling.
Puree, iw lime, i:uij4.
ind. Horse tilt St. J4 St. Fin. J'ck'y Kt-
709 Dart, Hi 1 1J4 1 I i Parsons 6-5
474 Joyeuse. 90. I 20 21 So,, (ileas'll 5-2
023 Jim Ponlen, 10) 5 5 21 SJ., Fletcher 4
410 f-nglnaw, 10L... 3 4 4 4 CMur'ylOO
614 Trosper, H) .... 4 6 5 6 Iloula'n SO
Oil Boot Per'y,131 7 2U 6 6 Ellis 6
257 Iy Usnby. 97.. C 7 7 7 Uilaon 100
Start good. Won ei&ily.
--j I Poarth race On-half mlla Selling.
DOT, rarso.HOO. lime. 0:i0
Ind Horso & r fet H SL Pin. .Pck'r Bt
70S Columbus, Hi 1 4 3n li. H'rkh'rll-j
619 T. Cnin,r.,U. S KJ-JIM 21. Fletcher 3
621 Duioo'Fief.llJ 2 31 4 3U" A Jlooro 6
629 Glengara, Hi. 4 :, !n J Neary 6
619 Misory, 111. ... 9 6 3 lllller 70
627 Buslrus,Hi.. 7 8 7 6 Lytic k S
707 PratUer, Hi... 8 6 6 7 HoblnsonfO
699 Avon, 112 6 7 8 8 JloD'rm'tlS
619 Courtney, 112.. 5 6 9 9 HouljuVii
Mart good. Wou drit ing.
j'n:-Fifth race. Six and a quarter furloncs
UOD s.elling, Purso. SI0U Timo, 1.2JJJ.
Ind. Horse iWt St H St Fin. J'ck'y Bt
(uili) hiva, 117 4 In Hi Del'nty, 2
M0 Dr. .I'hns'n,122 1 It 2s S NaiTaez, 10
Lltlch'na. 117 5 5 &, S10 Grlmn, 2
(C2J) Lu'b'rm'n,l29 3 4 4 4 W'shh'rn,C-5
629 Nemo, 122.. 1 2. S S J. .Moore-40
707 Reform, 117.... 6 6 6 6 Burk.'ider,30
Start good. Won ridden out
CO: Sixth race. Seven furlongs. Selling.
OJO Purre, 100. Time, l:29i-
Ind. Horso A Wt St tt Fin. J'ck'y Bt.
(559) Trlbuto.107 3 lUJll NarvaezS-o
707 Gloria jua, 101 5 2Z2 23, Fletcher 6
709 lnd.l!ubber,104 4 J.cli sy .ManloTe25
703 Harry .M, 10a.. 6 4 4-4 Urlffln 2
c; Warliic, 107.... 1 5 i. i Itobin'n 40
(627) Siberia, MIL... S Fell Kills 5
Start good. Wou eaally.
Jtcf ers to Alexander Island series.
Down tin- Line.
The Belle of Kermuy pulled up ery lame
lu the third race.
The North End stables will sell out
next Thursday. The stable consists of
Billy Lcgglus, Adjourn and Carnalite.
The grand stand and betting ring is
being enclosed and will be all finished on
The Llkton contingent, took an awful
fall on Lady Richmond and Kitty Van.
Jockey Burkholder was cautioned by
Judge Martin on going to the post in the
Johnny Diestel's Biva ran a great race,
with 117 pounds up. uud he got his checks
down good and hard.
Jockey Parsons made tils first appears
nnce in the saddle yesterday, since his
long sickness, and won the only mount
he had on Hart. ,
Jockey iitU-hauiy rodo a fine race on
i Jockey Coudrler's Injuries are more seri-
....i, .I..... ...n.. l.t, n..nnA.A. lit.. ..,...,,
uun 111,111 iuq .iiai cmi!'U31.u. jiib skuh
was fracturcil and he also suffered some
severe injuries on the chct.
Jockey Ellis" who Tell on the mare
Siberia, was taken to the Emergency Hos
pital, where It was found that he was
suffering from n i-onipound fracture or
the collar bone and also rrom internal In
juries. Last night the case was pronounced
DR. SHADE'S DISCOVERY
PERMANENT CORES EFFECTED
More Than a Score oi Persons Inter
Yiewetl WHO Were Cured By the
Gbloriuum Treatment for
It will be remcinlKTCd that The Times
undertook the responsible nnd laborious
task ot interviewing persons said to have
lieeu cured ot consiiinptliin bj Iir. Shade.
12:11' Pourteenth street, or this city, Inst
roll, with no thought oi bringing to light
so gteat a llscoery and blessing to-liu-inanlty
us it has turned out to be:- It will
also In- remembered that we were re-qucsti-d
to underinke this philanthropic
work- by eltli-iu of the District. We said
in our first report last fall runt if Dr.
Shade was deceiving Ihe people and was
a. quack. It should lie known by the pub
He; iind, on the other baud, if Dr. tilindi.
was rurlinr the drcyd disease, constunii
tlou. The Times would be glad to publish
the news lu Its columns.
We hnc. up to the pri-ai-nt, interviewed
twenty-eight persons, phjsleliius. Congress
men, merchants nnd other citizens of
Washington city, who dc-el.ite that Dr.
Hhade cured them of coiisumiXlon arter
being given up by their fiunlly physicians
anil specialists or the District. We iiTe at
liberty to give the names and adresseor
a few or the cured: Dr. McKlm's daughter.
'J5 Firtli st. se.; Dr. J. C. McConi.ell. 01)0
Third st. nw.. mlcrn-coplst and isttholo
gist rorrifteen jenrsat the Army .titiuml
.Musc-um; Major I Iruuiuioud'sil.i lighter. Mrs.
Holldiid, Odl Ninth St. ne., wliose rather,
brother and sister diisl or coiisumpllon.
Write to Mrs. Holland, Dr. JlcConnell or
to nil addresses glen; also to W. hanTord
Ilrown, 1300 S si. nw., whose rather,
mother and sisters died of consumption.
Mr. Ilrown was reiluceil to nlncty-tlte
pounds in weight, swollen hands and
feel; curi-d three years ago and Is slill
In gooil health. He had lieeu sick three
ears; weight now. 1GT poutids; Hon. .Mor-
un K. Wis,., of Pennsylvanln; Mrs. Kell
er. 1'JIIU Sixth st. nw'., was treated and
f:lven up by seven Washington phjslciansr
ir. Patterson, 6- It st. ne.; .Mrs. Wel
borne. ;i,108 Hhermau ave.; (ieorge N.
Well". Lanhani. Mil.; Mrs. Ueorge Koons,
Hagerstown, Mil.; Melchor Li-ldy, Cearfoss,
Md.; II. C. Catbaugh. lllack's tiap, I'a.;
Dr. t. It. Phillips, late phvsiclaii to IMIe
vue Hospital. New York, Mas associatcsl
with Drs. Loomls and Janeway. He had
also been Inspector or all hospitals in the
city and county otNew York ror six years.
Dr. Phillips was cured by Dr.. bhade's
Dr. P. Itrett .Morgan, who rills the chair
ot physical diagnosis and lung diseases
in the Hospital College lu Kan Francisco,
Cal.. sas. "Dr. Shade's cliloridiiin treat
ment lor consumption Is the greatest dis
covery or the century."
Many citizens or Washington are sound
ing the praises or The Washington Times
rorlhe grand workaccomplihed, and now
that It lias been established beyond doubt
that so great a percentage or cures or
consumption has never lieeii reported lu
this or any other country, quite a number
uf phvslclans of Washington and memlM-rs
ot their families have placed themselves
under Dr. Shade's ehloridum tieatment
for consumption. J. W. 11.
to bo a serious one. The boy was In an
unconscious state most of the time.
Ji-okey Orlfriu's riding ofKilty Van wjit
a masterpiece or "how not to win." He did
not try to get away Troiii the post, but tin
mare was so good, that after getting away
last, she ran Into third ssltlon. Starle.
FI unset him down Indefinitely.
iioititis s'p.viii.i: wox two.
llrNU and Thi-Swalii Win Tlii-lr Ituci'i
, Uillimore, Nov 2. Only two favorites
reached home first at PIullico today. The
winners were all well backed, however, the
longest successful shot liemg 10 to 1 In a
large Held. The Morris .Stable carrli-il off
The last race was the heaviest belling
evenL of the season. Candelabra was the
populirravorlte, but there w asauavalanche
or Longbrldge money, his odds gofng down
rrom 4 to 1 to 7 to 5 Neither or them
were In It at the finish. Integrity wou
easily, with Tom Moore, the dcspisul out
sider, in the place. Summaries:
First race rive furlongs. Hrlk. 10P,
Llttleflcld, ! to 1, won: Forum, nil. Unde-r-wuod,
15 to 1, second: lrvana.0 I.O'Leary;
20 to 1, third. Time. 1 04 1-2.
Second race One mile. Sin- Kittle, lOfi,
O'Lc.iry, 1 to 3, won; CLinraiiec, 10l,
Garrigan, 10 to 1, second; Lady McCann,
10!i. Kestrand, 20 to 1, third. Time,
Third race Six furlonsrs. Trlneula,
142, Hlmms, 3 to f, won; Eclipse, 142,
LeiKlr-.im, I to 1, second; Pun Up. 137,
Reirr, 2 to 1, third. Time. 1 u; 1-2.
Fourth race One mile. The Swain. lie,,
Llttleflcld, 8 to D, won; Charter, !i0, Gar
rlgan, G to 1. second. Oily G.unln. !0.
O'Leary, 4 to B, third. Time. 1:18 1-2.
Pirth race Six rnrlongs. Volley, 108,
Murphy, 10 to 1, won; Palmerston, 111,
Slmms. 1 to 2, second; lieau Ideal. lOti,
Ballard, 20 to 1, third. Time, 1:16 3-1.
Sixth race One mile and one-quarter.
Integrity. !5. Kee-fe, 4 to 1, won; Tom
Moore, 104, llorton, r0 to 1. second: Di
ablns, 108, Garrlgau, J to 1, third. Time,
Entries for tomorrow:
First race Five furlongs. Two-vcar-olds:
Medica, Millie L. Arline. Mildred I).,
Princess Margaret, Di-ssle Aliliott, Miss
Edith, Jessie Omans, Lillle Mills. The Kite,
Columbia It., lOueach.
Second race One mile: Ladvllke, 118;
Premier, 115; Defender, 115; Mackbriggs,
Third race rive furlongs: Ameer,
Sirocco, Midnight, Tarturfe. Kinglet, Illu
sion. Kerry Gow, Merry Duke. 110 each;
Helen Nichols, Tom Harding, 107 each.
Fourth race Oiieand one-rourteenth mile:
riiiillco handicap: Marshall.l 10; Charade,
107; Maurice, 108; Levlna, 103; Augusta
Holle, 103: Candelabra, 97; Integrity, 92;
Fifth raci- Three fourths mile: Old Sau
dis, 109; Maple PrincH. 103; Septuor. 103;
Whippaiiy. 100; Telegram, 97: Donation,
97: King T.. 97; Toiuoka, 94; Chester, 97;
Filield, 94; Halia, 94.
Sixth race Oiii-mile: Hugh renny,113;
Trincula, 112; Marshall, 110; Illume, 106;
Chlswlcl:. 104; Lncliinvar. llama, Ueo.
Dixon, 102 each; Hazleton, 92; Cuckoo, 99;
and faster are the Suits and Overcoats that have to be
sacrificed in order that we may obey orders from Bos
ton and close up at once. The goods are all new and
fresh, made for this winter's trade the best in the
city. Here are a few price pointers
MEN'S SUITS. -
IS, $10, and SIS Suits, well roads, la "
neat rattcrns, excellent values, ff Cfl I n 4
choice J4.aU I in
14 and li bulls, maJo of stylish. U
sightly goods, any of them welt 7 OK
worth tho original prlco. Choice.. fi.u 'mmtmmammm
117 and J1S Sults,hopest all-wool ma.
i terlals,in all thonoitest styles, and mmmammm
every suit a startling Dargaln. Q rn m
19) and Kl Suits, la desirable pat- rIIIIIIIIX
terns, price posltiTolylOcS than Ifinn I UIIIIJIJU
cost to manufacture. Choice.... I U.UU UIIIVW
tSl and iSft Suits, fine Imported and ""IM'",M
Domestic Faui ics In all tho nowest BaBaaBiaHaaanaaa
styles, equal to custora-made.sorae I . n .-. ,
.lined throughout with silk. Choice If.UU '-
803 MARKET SPACEj.1
LEWIS B. MOORE, Manager. (
.Famile n., 100;Flioebus,02; Intenulsslon.
H7; McKce, 90. " I'
i ' v ' i
S-li!Ctlonh at ,1'liiillco.
Ameer. Tom Harding.
Septuor", Chester. .
Hugh Penny, Trincula.
To-dnyVi Kntrless at Alexander Inland.
First race Four and one-hajf furlongs;
Ind. Horse. Wt. Ind. Horse. Wt.
698 Earn 105 KU8 l'.Ananlas..l02
082 Irish II 105 708 Ida May 102
G98 La Petite...l02 0118 Hands OH...102
698 Milton II....102
Second race Seen eighths of a mile;
Ind. Horse. Wt. Imlr Horse. IVt.
633 I)rnnistlck..llO 041 Brogan 107
713 Electro 110 535 Finwnter ...1117
r15i:ascouJr...llil 027 Jlronstou ....107
52 I Cody 107 713 Ooldspec ....107
371 Monl'ress ..107 700 Windgale ...107
Irene. 107 708 Nobby 107
Third race Onc-huir pillu.
Ind. Horse. Wt. Ind. , .jrorse. Wt.
010)Mashcr 115 109 OoV.Pirer...l 15
71 1 Herwyu...,115 01U Cntoren HIH
711 i:eIlpseJr..H5 i-JU-Iioiinct...lUS
049 Mar'rltell.115 'SJll.Soniage .....108
028 Jersey 115 7 ll.Kelster..,10H
029 (ileng.ir.i ..115 60B Tr-aiiiia 100
702 Bobolink ..115 .tJascogne ...100
71 1 Jl.irKsinaii.115 j ,
1'ourlh race Six jud.)iie-ialf furlongs;
selling. '. , ,
Ind. Horse. Wt. Ind., ' Horse. Wt.
714 Murkstone..l05 701,M.Chun 102
707 Hll!race...lor. (iti't Cadet 102
709 Dillon.! '05 701 Primus 102
712 H.immle ....105 5i2Kllzalicth ...102
712 W. Ch.inn...l05 5 U FjK. Harf...l02
497 Kemorse....l02 71iJr.Helmutli.l02
715 Equity 102 " ..
Fifth race Six and onc-iuarter fur
Ind. Horse. Wt. Ind. Horse. Wt.
(712)Walcolt ....112 5I7 J. Weber 98
713 Andrews....UO 0 15 Monolith 81
(713)TancTert ....107 '02U Ht. Lawr. II..M)
705 P. Fuller ....101 '02H L. Kalph ho
715 lir7le 101 707 King Iteuo....D3
712 Pope 101 70(1 Mohawk 93
575 1'. Jackson..ltlO 714. Austin 103
599 Martel 9S
Sixth race Six and onc-lialf furlongs,
Ind. Horse. Wt. Ind. Horse. Wt.
121 Solitaire ....112 709 Minnie H 91
(2701L'onnors ....112 705 Tltn Flynn ....91
(0l9)f.r,iiKlPrix.l09 701 Padre 91
Kefirs to St. Asaph series. .
First race-La Petite, Earn, Prince An
anias. pe-cond race Hroii"ton, FInnwntcr, Monl
toress. Third race Ecllpe. Jr.; Berwyn. Maher.
Fourth race Equity, Hiimmle, Ills Uracc.
Flflii race Fancied, Andrews, Walcolt.
Hlxtli race Pagln, bolltalre. Grand Prix.
LOCAL FOOTBALL XOTES.
It Is exp'Kted that a large crowd of girls
and boys from the hlgli schools will be on
hand when the ti-.ims of the Central and
Eastern High Schools Hue up at National
Park this altcrnoon. Much Interest has
been shown In Hie result of this game, as
the teams arc great rivals.
ICclly or the Eastern team Is suHering
from a lame shoulder and will be unable
to play. U. Maupin will take bis place.
Tipton, the right tackle of the Centrals, la
also disabled and dpt. Albert Is unde
cided who to play In his place.
The line-up is as follows:
Maxwell I.e. Williams 1. e.
Uarrlnger 1. t. Ilrewcr 1. t.
ICiinmell l.g. McKenzie l.g.
c. Meigs c.
r.e. S. Maupiu r.e.
r.l. Cliaptiel r. t.
,. ..r.g. Sncll., r. g.
. ..i.b.Jl.Maiiptn q.li.
.r. hjrilearst r. li. b.'
..l.Ili. Par-sjns 1. h. b.
. ..f.li. J. Maupin f.b.
Umpire l'rof. Joyce. Ileferee Mr A.
P. Si hell. Time of gaino 30-mlnute
The footlsill team of the Orient Athletic
Club will play the Baltimore Athletic
Club eleven, in Baltimore this aflemoon.
This Is the same team which playcil the
Columbia Athletic Club last Saturday and
was di rented by a score or 12 to 10.
The Orients will leave the city over
rennsjlvanla road at 2:01,-p. m., accom
pauicil by quite a large number of their
friends. - it-
Tlw Orients will be piaiyriUly weak
ened by the absenceof Tludalland Kimiuel,
who play with the CcnfraVlligh School
team today, but the boss reel conrideut
that, with" lmpjrtlal orflcials, they will
render a good account of, tliemselv '-s.
The line up will be as follows:
Buiklngham or Bright, r, e.; Saunders
or Oertly, r. t.; Woinl, r. g.; Iticlinior.il, c:
Camplji'll, 1. g.; Brown ,or Lyman, 1. t.:
Complon or Miller, 1. e.; Alton (cpt.),
q.; (ioiHling, r. h.; Avis, 1. lj.; Geoghegati,
f. b. ,
The Galluudets and Cintefbury Athletic
Club foot liall trains llud up at Kendall
Green jc-slerday afternoon, Jind playeil a
fast and exciting game.' During the first
hair uilther side was alfte to score, but in
the second halt or Hie SranVe the Canter
bur j's succec-ded lu carryiDg Ihp ball overTor
a louchdowu, and were succesaful in kick
ing goal. ,
The Gallaudels Hue was not quite as
strong as usual, and scv eral of the men ap
peared to lie overtrained. The Canter
burys, on the other hand, were In the pink
of condition, and put up a rattling strong
game. They can come very near defeating
any foot bill team in town, and would have
lieeu the best eleven to have played the
Th.iuksglving Day game with the C. A. C.
The hue up of the t earns was"ns follows:
r e. Kolli r. e.
Corrlgan r. t. Dudley. r. t.
Downey r. g. Brooks r.g.
Costlnclt c. Humgardncr.. ..c.
Langley l.g. Hodges l.g.
Mackey 1.1. Urockhageii I.t.
Lannon I.e. Wornstaff I.e.
Hopper f. I. Hiibbard(capt)..q.b.
Peterson r.li.li. Grimm r. h.b.
Watson(capt.),I.h.li. Koss.in 1. h.b.
Boyd r. b. Price f. l-
University have at last come to an under
standing, and lovers or the game or Toot
lull will have a chance to see them play on
Thanksgiving Day. The officials of the
two teams met last night to make arrange
ments for the contest, and decided to hold
We Are Rushing
It's getting into win
ter now and prices are in
accordance. We'll sell 3011
an Ulster with broad col
lar and fashionable length
for $12.50, and if you don't
think it will last you three
winters, you are mistaken
-Fine Overcoats begin
at $10, and we wish ever3T
$20 Top Coat made by the
custom people were half as
good for YOUR sake.
Let's SUIT you, too, at $10.
Derbys worth $3 at $2.50.
Come and see about it.
-Tub White Bcildimi."
it at Capitol Park, comer of First and O
The Times will post bulletins this after
noon from the Yale-Princeton and Harvard
Pemisjlvania football panics, as the plays
are made on Uie gridiron.
A3IOXO Till: IIO.VKKS.
Mr. Jim Janey, who has demonstrated
to the local sports on several occasions
that he is a very fair artist. at the pi me
of thy "padded fives." is out with a sweep
ing clinllenire to "Hilly" JJally. The lat
ter has srown several Inches all around
since he put a quietus on thu scrapping
proclivities of Jlr. "Pat" O'Connors or
the Kast Hide, in such short order, at the
Bateman-Clynn fiasco on Wednesday night.
Jnnej's communication Is couched In tho
follow lnc terms: DcnrBlr: Through your
valuable paper I desire to Issue a challenge
to Billy Nnlly. IMicvInir that I can
whip him, I will agree
Tirst To meet him at 145 pounds, give
or take two liounds, for fifteen rounds or
Pc-cond Tho fight to take place at any
time after thirty days or within sixty days.
Third The purse to lie one of $300, and
a side bet of $200, or less. Thus giving
the winner a chance to win Jr.OO.
Fourth The place for the contest to be
held will be decided by three people, to be
appointed as follows: One by each of us
and these two to name the third.
Fifth The fight to bo under any rules
Mr. Nally may prefer.
Sixth I will lie at The Times office next
Friday evening at 7 o'clock to put up
$100 rorrelt money.
tSignedJ JAMES JANF.Y.
Howard Wilson, the clevy and popular
lightweight. Is to have. a benefit during
the coming week that promises to eclipse
anjthlng of the kind pulled off In Ihls
city In some time. Therels no morepopu
lar local knight of the fistic arena than
WiUon, and his many friends will turn
out In force to make his.beneflt a rousing
The old Grand Army Hall, Sixth and C
streets, lias been chosen as the place to hold
It, anil Wednesday, Xovemlier 27, at 8
o'clock, as the time. There will be Ihe
usual ritund of limited around bouts and
tiag-punching exhibits: that always go to
make up such benef its, and rrom thenumtier
who have alrnidy signified their inten
tion of participating, Fistiana will be well
Alf. Johnson and "Pat" Raedy will have,
a bag-punching contest, and Jack Daly or
Wilmington will give an exhibition with
the pigskin that in itseir will be well worth
thepriceoradfilssioo. The clever Wilming
ton lightweight Is a master nt the bag
punching game and can give cards and
spades to all the local "punchers."
Ike Eilcney nnd 2 Kid" ilrown will par
rour rounds, ami there will be six-round
bouts between iliUe Uaedy and "Jim"
Janey,"IIughey" I.yonsand"Tly" Itanks
and a grand finale between Howard Wilson
and "Pat" Itaedy.
rami: law cask
It Is llc-foro tlio Supreme Court ror
A case of great interest to sportsmen
was before the Supreme Court yesterday.
It was that or Edgar M. Geer vs. the Slate
of Connecticut, and one of the game laws
or that State was involved.
Geer was prosecuted and convicted In
New Loudon for having unlawfully re
ceived and In Ills iwssesslon, with the
wrongful and unlawrul intent to procure
the transportation beyond the limits of
that State, certain woodcock, ruffled grouse
and quail, kllVd within that State after
the 1st day of Octolvr.
The birds in question were bought In the
open markets in said city of Xew London,
and were in course of shipment to the
markets of New York, under contract of
The question presented In this case is:
"Can a State, after permitting the killing
of game birds, and after allowing them to
be bought and sold in the markets of the
State, impose the restriction that they shall
not be transported beyond the limits of
the State? or, in other words, can a State,
by legislative enactment, constitute game
birds an article of domestic- commerce, as
distinguished from, nnd as prohibiting
interstate commerce In them?"
The supreme e-ourt of errors of the Slate
was of the opinion that the State could do
that very thing. The Supreme Court of the
United States will now give Its opinion.
Diipont Cycle Clul).
A meeting ot the Diipont Cycle Club was
held last night, bjt. owing to the small
number of members present, the meeting
was declared illegal. All business trans
acted at last night's meeting will be con
sidered at the next meeting ot the club.
The members of the i lub will make a grand
century run to Marlboro tomorrow, and a
good time Is anticipated.
Xlntli Went to Suownlter.
New York. Nov. 22. J. W. Show-alter
won the ninth game of the chess match
against S. Llpschultz nt the Manhattan
Chess Club today. Thirty-four moves
were made. Tho opening was a retrofps
derense. Score todayr Showalter, 4;
Llpschultz, 3; Drawn, 2.
SCIIOOXEK FOSTER DETAINED.
She Is Suspected of Having Cuban
Late last evening the Treasury Depart
ment received a telegram stating that
the alleged filibustering schooner James.
W. Foster, had arrived at the Delaware
The deputy collector nt Lcwcs, Del.,
has been Instructed to board and Investi
gate the Foster, and If in his judgment
the evidence is sufficient to detain the
It Is learned officially that the Nor
wegian steamer LconJ with which the
Foster wasP't Is alleged, to make con
nection, cleared from Philadelphia with
only a cargo ot coal on board.
FcTr Sale mid Partition.
Amanda Hawkins filed a bill In equity
yesterday against Watson and Levi Haw
king, to secure an accounting ot certain
business Interests. and to requlrea partition
by sale of a number of lots In square B9.
DEMOCRATS Ml t, SAFE.
Senate Officials Not Losing Any
Sleep Over Possible 'OhftngfJs;'"
Rciiublrcunx TJnnlilo to Do Anything
Save by Aid of tlie 1'oimlKts.
Col. Hrlglit All tll(jlit. . -,-.
"Tho J3enatc reorganisation Is-glvlng
the newspapers a great deal more trouble
than It gives us," said an officer A the
Senate yesterday in Tho Times, la fact,
the opinion nppe-ars to lie general at the
Capitol that Sergeaut-at-AnurBrtgtit lssrffe
in his place for an indefinite period.
All the speculation and agitation is com
ing from Kepubllc-an sources, -these- latter
having no clear majority, and coquetting
more or less with the Popallit, who are
sometimes regarded as good iJinpauy.C.a t-
otners as a very undesirable alliance- The
latest, phase of this speculation, was given
this week in The Times, when Senator
Thurston said that the Republicans would
most likely nominate a tit kit to run its
chances for Populisllc support. " "'
The Democrats are stand Ingoa the record.
They claim that there are ri.rty-t wo liepub
iicans, thlrty-nlue Democrats, .sfcc. Popu
lists, and one vacancy, the contest In
Delaware. The two Utah Senator can't
pos-ibly cfTainje ll.c result, as llicy will only
make the Kcpulilicau strength forty-four.
The Populists are the unknown quantity. It
Is usually forguttcu In the valcfilatloas tfiat
the Populists c-ould scarcely Iwtter their
condition by voting with thelu-puhlicans.
It is at least a well-known r.K.1 lh.it.orie
of the most influential of the Populists has
had more patronage than if ho were one
of the leading Democrats of the Senate.
Thu unfortunate part of the! Ultifatldii for
the Populists appears to lie that the Demo
crats have a plurality; If they reverse it by
a deal with the Kepiiblfean.s, they, would
bo fairly charged with patriotism fur'
These considerations, and the well-known
and widely admitted rcpatatlort or"C6n
Bright of holding ills friends together, anij
their well-known habit of holding lilm
together, make a change tora .ear "at.
least a rather shadowy possibility. One of
his friends at the Senate yesterday said
that he was attending to the business of the
Senate, strictly, as usual, and was, there
fore, not engaged any wire pulling or,
Ni-vv Army I'.cguIatloiiH.
The long expectcTl and lunch desired
revision of army regulations has at last
been Issced. It was first put into shape
by a board of officers of the .Adjutant Gcnr
era I's department; that copy revised by Gen.
E. S. Otis, commanding the Department
of the ColumbL'i; and a final revision made
by Assistant Secretary of War Doc, MaJ.
George W. Davis of the Eleventh Inrantry
and Capt. J. T. French, Jr.,'a'ssUfdnt'qua'r'
! 'W&' WVrSH
BRING THIS GOUFON.
A pair of Ladies -25c otergaiters presented to
every purchaser of Shoes to the amount of S2.00
and over for Saturda3" and Monday.
A Big Savin
At our Store for' Saturday" and Monday we offerevcry
pair in the house it a special reduction for these two days.
"Whether you need one or a dozen pairs it will pay you to
LADIES'HAND-WELT and TURNED SHOES
Ladies' Fine Dongola Kids, Hand sewed, Button,
Square, and Razor Toes, Patent Leather Tip called very
low in other stores at.S2.Sp. ,
Ladies' Fine Dongola andyici Kid Button and Lace
hand-turned, Razor Toes, Patent Tip and heel fox an
elegant Shoe for Tender Feet 'Sold by our competitors
at $4.00. " '
Ladies" Fine Dongola- Button and Lace, Patent Tip
and Kid heel fox, Narrow, Square and Piccadilly Toes.
Beautiful goods and would be considered very low by many
dealers at S3.00.
Ladies' genuine Kid Button and Lace, Nobby styles,
and of which we have sold hundreds of pairs without one
complaint of not giving satisfaction. These would be
ver3 low if we sold them at $2.00.
TVIEN'S CALF' SHOES.
Our $2.00 Calf Shoes have been the best card we ever
got out. They are made in a-substantial manner and
would be ver3V cheap if we chargpd'for them $3.00.
Our $2.50 Calf Shoes are made with very fine stock,
stitched with the best silk. AU. the latest improvements
have been put into these goods, and every pair warranted
to give satisfaction. "Would be very low at the price $3.00.
BROWN'S SHOE STORE,
305 Penna. Ave., Capitol Hill.
"A Love of a Wheel" THE RAMBLER.
Mertz's Modern J'a&rmacy,
Cor. 11th nnd KBt
,Cod Liver Oil,
Pint Bottle, 50c
Every drug-gist sells cod liver
oil, but few sell good oil. If
you need cod, liver oil you
want the best. We buy it
, . in original tanks direct from
the fisheries, and it is abso-
' " lutel' pure. "We sell a bot-
- tie every half hour in the
.. da; that is why it is fresh.
- The average druggist buys
a gallon of uncertain quality
"' from the wholesale druggist
and it lasts him a month.
There's a lesson in this.
"We sell all kinds of arugs,
piobably more than any 20
drug stores in Washington.
Get a priced catalogue and
- you will know where to bur
, your drugs in the future.
1 1TH AND F ST5.
and more a year can be
- made by any energetic boy
- without interfering with
" school studies. The Times'
I- circulation deoartment is
ready to furnish particulars
i'how to do it," any week
U day between 5 and 6 p. m.
r on Shoes I