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THE MORNIffQ TIMlflg,, .TV-EPyESDAY, JJELY. 8, 1896,
Pajkor, Bridget A Co.,
Clothiers, 31o 7th St.
not to bave
buits. Jno use crying over
spilled milk. They must be
sold and at once. Here
Ladies' Bathing Suits, in
Brilliantine, Serge, Jersey
Cloth and Flannel. Prices
cut as follows :
The $3 Suits now $2.25.
The S3 Suits now $3.75.
The $0 Suits now $4.75.
Tiie $G.50 Suits now $4.75'.
Tli2 $8 Suits now $0.
The $10 Suits now $7.50.
MEN'S BATHING SUITS.
Men's 2 piece Itathlug Suits 00c up.
10 Dozcu Men's All vvool .Flannel, 1 piece
' Bathiug Suits, best on th) market. Only
Doc their usual price istl.25.
Parker, Bridget & Q,
Clothiers, 315 7th St.
to all ullko.
No wise buyer grudges the
$100 a Columbia costs. The qual
ity is absolutely certain un
equaled, unapproached but all
cannot afford the be it, andso there
are other bicycles, leaders among
$65. S50. S45.
Tope Mrg. Co
J. UartBnttaln, Local Mgr.,
itl l'cniia. Ave
The wheel with the Crimson Him possrsses
all genuine improv einents ot modern tiroes.
ErsTEUI'Itlii: CYCLE CO.,
81 1 14 toiirtectith 1st.
JNO. WOEllNEH, Jr , Manager.
is as good as any 100
wheel on the market.
Come and see it.
JOKES & BURR,
SU 9th St. If. W.
E3 -CT-TTT-CO M
X A strictly first-
rq via-s iii-ci. ,
K Washington Cycle Co. u
B W. S, HcAETHUR, Met. U1S 9th st. nvr j
It's worth its weight in gold!
The BELLIS CYCLE.
618 9th St. N. W.
165 on Installments.
410 down and $5 per month.
M. A. Tappan. 3 Pa. Ave.
SIcDonrell, at P.ochestcr. unpaced world's
record on road or track upon a VIKING 15
miles In 31-21
1'. VON BOECKJIAS, 1819 I4lh St. N.W.
W H E E L &
For strength, speed, durability and
finish are unsurpassed. 100 machine
for S7S. S85 machine for 803. Easy
terms. Examine the FALCON before
buying. New wheels for rent,
E. S. MALONEY,
1S3G 12th St. nnil 1020 .11 St. N. W.
Alto for sale at No. 913 Sth St. S. E.
-Same as aono at factories
and f uIIt guaranteed.
vulcanizing, and other repair
wnrk neatlv ilnnt
Acme Eepalr and Bicycle Co., 179 Fenna. Ave.
Kankakee and UUCCI C
Riding fecbool Ticket, 1.50.
Berry & Pastorfield,
603 E.Stieet N. W.
Ladies' and Cents'
HIGH GRADE FOR
This wheel Is as substantially built and
Is the equal ot any wheel offered for
twice the money. Is fully guaranteed
for one year by the manufacturers and
we stand by the guarantee. New Bicycles
for hire by the hour, day or week.
61 0 F St. N. W.
STOP tie Metropolitan.
For a $100 Bicycle and a glass or
Ice Cream Soda at THOS. K
SHAW'S. Corner Tth mil I
and remade largest
place in the District.
I IMPED 'Q Wholesale and Re
j.1 II U kll 0 tail Mattress Factory
1111 19th St. N. W.
THEY STUMBLED ON KfLLEN
Senatorsr Could Kot Bat the
Crafty South -Paw.
M'JAMES PITCHED WELL
Joyce una Ills Men "We're Not in tlio
Game- at Any Stajfe Clnb IIuwGono
"Went for tlio Long Trip All the
"'pinjers tn"tho I'nrtr Except Al
Muul Yesterday's Lcaguo Result.
. i v
W. L. P. c.
41 19 .683
41 21 .661
45 24 .652
Boston 38 25 .603
Pittsburg 34 29 .540
Chicago 37 33 .529
Washington-.. 30 30 .500
33 33 .500
31 34 .477
26 36 .419
St. Louis 15 51 .227
Lcuisville 12 48 .200
Pittsburg, D; Washington, 1.
Cleveland, ; Broukljn, 5.
Chicago, 13; Baltimore, 11.
Boston, 10; Louisville, 7.
Cincinnati, 14; Philadelphia, 4,
New JTork, 12; St. Louis, 7.
Washington nt Pittsburg.
Brooklyn at Cleveland.
Baltimore at Chicago.
Philadelphia at Clin lanatl.
Boston at Louisville.
New York at at .Louis.
It Is told below ho iv "Scrappy" Bill 1116
his hand lost to the IMratcs jestcrday.
Pitsej's bplders Increased their lead on
first place by 11 pa In defeating Brooklyn.
Chicago beat Baltimore In a big Ecore,
sloppv game.and Philadelphia lostto Buck's
Astonishing Braves by a very one-sided
score. The Done Browns dropped their
tnirteenin consecutive game oy their
defeatatthe liandsorthrGinnteand Boston
won from Louisville but had nothing to
brag of. Crrwks and Rogers trade their
debuts as Colonels and gave good accounts
The Senators left lat night for Pittsburg
where they will pH today. From Pitts
burg they will go to Cincinnati tomorrow
for three gamed and then traverse the
Vt cstern circuit for the regular series.
Returning East from Louisville, they will
stop en route home nt Brooklyn for three
games July 28, 29 and 30, and will open
at. .National Park July 31 with Baltimore.
Haul was the only placr lift at home,
the Westward ho! iiartj being composed of
Capt Jovce, Tom Ilrown, Cartwright, Uc
Guire, Mercer, King, McJnrccs, German,
O'Brien, DeMontrevnIe, Abbey, bi lbarh.
Lush and McAuley. Mr. Wagner will Join
the club at Chicago.
The Senators, to use Capt. Joyce's own
expre-iiion, "were never in tue game"
Not tnat the locals did not play good ball,
but It was a contest tbat had been decided
against them lietore they had donned their
uniforms. Fate, as well as luck, cuts for
zeii water lu tuenjrsuanee OL the national
auu 1113 Ujndniiiitoertake tne Pirates iuu
McGlllicuddy's men won with ease.
It was not a case or boodoo andtheprcs
nice of the ladles hiil nothing todownulhe
result. As bald belore, It was one of the
games that the rates ordained against the
senators as soon as the sUiedu.e was made
up by President Young and his assistants
The regular followers of the sport know
that there are games that a club can't win;
the ojed in the-vool rooters present at
.National Park jetirday urtirnoun recog
nized mat they werctooking upon suchacou
test and reconciled thtmelves to the fact
that the Senators nad tittle cnaucc to pull
'ine pernicious and extremely aggravat
ing habltor the neatner man tosendaclond
burst at 4 o'ciock put a damper on t heat
tendance and soaked tlieentbusiusm or the
seeral thousand ladles and gentlemen
who braved the lowering crowds. Huch
habit on the cart of the Weather Bureau
management is not calculated to increase
lis popularity among local baseball raws.
M'JAIIES rOORLY SUPPORTED.
Capt. Joyce tent Jimmy Mcjanies to the,
slab and Uie youngster pitched a near,
game, though the club behind biro lust,
tiurst vas not the lundcst In the World
to Jimmy in the matter cf balls and
strikes, but Tim's decisions did nut change
the result. Only, had he treated Jimmy
better and glen him what was rightfully
lns, Pittsburg would have made one less
hit and one Jess run than the score shows.
Tom Bronu Is still incapacitated and
Abbey again guarded the central frontier.
Contrary to Ills usual rractice of batting
a left hand pitcher, Charley, try as bard
us tie uiu, i-uuiu uo uouiing rvitn jLUien s
Capt. Joyce bad a couple of errors at
the tt.ird corner, one ot which resulted In
a run. The other was of no consequence.
Ed. Cartwright bundled Smith's light rap
blowly In the first inning and Selb.icb let
Patsy Donovan's elnglc develop into a
two-bagger by not stopping It when it
was lilt on a bound to biin at the start
ot the game.
Killcn's pitclilrjg and Donovan's field
ing and batting were the features of the
visitors' play. Patsy palpably robbed
Joyce of a home run in the fifth, when
ho made a magnificent sprint and nailed
BCrappj's screamer to deep right.
Too much cannot be said in praise of
handsomcFrank Killen's work on the rub
ber. His subtile southpaw delivery kept
the Senators guessing am was as puzzling
to them as an East Indian mystery. He
kept the Senatorial hits widely scattered
and pitched a steady smooth game such
as the regular rooter delights to look upon.
Bierbauer's Injury Is thought to be very
serious and he will probably not re-enter
the game until late this season, if then.
CAN BE CURED.
An Open Letter.
Dr. Georfje W. Fischer,
617 14th St., K. W.
"I have used two and one-half bottles
of your CATARRH CURE on my daughter
who has suffered for four years from Ca
tarrh. Her continual snuffing: and
hawking was pitiful. ThC third day after
using-your cure her complexion began
to clear and she was brighter. In con
Junction her hearing and voice was Im
palred that Is now entirely obliterated.
I hare tested this medicine thoroughly,
and am convinced that It will alleviate
and cure suffering humanity from this
most disgusting and terrible disease.
The manner In which it clears the nasal
passages will convince the most skeptical
as to its merits."
J. G YATES. 1521 9th St. N.W.
This Sovereign Core la for tale Tty Mil
druggists and at office, 017 UUi St N. TV.
"s; s j
ViUlVlilVI AlAl I II
To fill the vacancy. Manager Mack pur
chased Truby from Chicago and ho tuudc
his rirst appearance us a finite yesterday
ut the local grounds. Ihe big blonde ae
quiUeil hlmseir creditably ou the few
cuances offered him.
A feature of the (jimo was that Center
fleldcrStcnzel, vt ho was champion batsman
of the League in 1894, and who Is a strong
competitor with Jess BJrkett,"Dustj" Mil
ler and Tom McCreary for the same honor
this season, made his one hundredth safe
hit. He was heartily cheered by his fel
low plajers on tlio achioemciit.
WHAT WAS THE CAUSE?
It -was ladles' day, there was a band
concert. It rained, and the Senators lost.
But who would bu to ungallantas to say
that the presence of the fair fans had
nnjthlng to do with the, dercat? Lay the
blame on the band and the bad weather
and let it go at that.
The grounds -were tery soggy when Pitts-
ours iouk uiu neiu at. me can or piay
by Hurst. The baiters' and pitchers'
boxes were liberally coated with sawdust
and the same antidote for the mud was
applied to the territory around first base.
J. lie details or the game can be told in
a few lines. The Senators scored In the
opening inning and then quit lor the day.
Abbey, who led orf In batting, waited
until Ktllcn had pitched him four bad
balls, and the strawberry blonde walked
to the llrst station. Jojco toot chances
on Klllcn not again being able to locate
the plate, but frank, with the assistance
ot Hurst, fooled Bcrappy, and he was
called out on strikes Of course Scrappy
kicked. Jotinjiy O'Brien was given ap
plause on coming to bat and he responded by.
plnglug the ball against the wet grass.
The sphere bounded into Fred Elj's hands
and Abbey was forced out to Truby.
Johnny waded down to second on a wild
pitch, and scored on the "German am
bassador's" clean single to center. It
proved to be the tally that saved a white
wash, as O'Brien was the llrst, last, and
only fenator to get a bill pasted daring
Kllien's clever pitching, notwithstand
ing he bad to handle a water-soaked liull,
and fust fielding by the Pirates, particu
larly Lyons, hi) and Huiavan, kept the
Senators' score to the solitary run.
TIRATE8 SCORED THREE.
The Pirates made three their first turn
at bat. Don ivan led off with a doubtful
two-base lilt. Ely drew a base on balls
from Jimmy, btenzel singled, scoring Pat
sey. Ely scored on Cart Wright's slow han
dling of Smith's tap towaru right. Slcnzcl
reached homcn a wild pitch, fcugdcnfoul
flieu to Jojce, Smith is Jorred utM-tontl
on Lyons' hit to Jojce, and Truby struck
out, retiring the side.
ihe pirates were not aoie to score again
until the seventh. Jioiiovan, who is the
luckiest plaver In the business to reach
first base, got four bad balls, to Hurst sail.
and walked to Cartwright s sack. He was
pushed to second by Elj's sacrifice. Stiu
zelhitto the left or the plate and Leat He
James' throw. Smith forced blenzel at
second, but fleet-footed Patsey scored on
the play. Sugden made thrie futile at
tempts to sruasu J Immy's drcp ball, and the
side was out.
In the eighth big Denny Lyons reached
first on Jo re's error, went to tccond on
Connie Mack's out at first, to third on a
passed ball and scored on Donovan's third
hit of the game. The attendance was 3,-
827. The score:
Abbey, c. f
3 O O 1 3 2
4 114 10
4 0 12 0 0
4 0 0 10 0
3 0 10 11
4 II 1 8 O O
4 0 12 4 0
3 0 10 3 0
Total 30 1 G 21 12 3
Pittsburg. AU.R. H.PO.A.E.
Donovan, r.f 4 2 3 4 0 0
Ely, s. s 4 10 2 5 0
bieuzcl.cf 3 12 10 0
Smith.l.f 4 o 1 2 n (I
Sugden, o 4 0 O S 0 0
Dons, 3b 4 10 4 0 0
Truby.2b 4 0 112 0
Mack, lb 4 0 0 7 0 0
Killen, p 2 0 1110
Total 3i 0 "8 27 "5 "0
Washington 1 OOOo O0 0 01
Fittsburg 3 0 000 0 1 ls-3
Earned runs Pittsburg 1. First base by
errors Pittsburg 3. Left on bates
v.igtiingion 7. Pittsburg '. llrst Luse on
balls-Off Mcjamcs 4, off Klllcn 3. Struck
out By McJamcs5,byKlllen4. Two-La-e
htt Donoan. baenMiehit L"lv. Double
lay Trubj, Ely and Mack. Wild pilch
IcJames. Passed twill McGulrc. Um
pireMr. Hurst. Time of game 2 hours
and 10 minutes.
COLONELS I.OST TO HOSTON
Crooks and Rogers Played "Well nud
Eucli Made a lilt.
Louisville, Ky., July 7. The Colonels
overcame .1 lead occasiorcd by Uid's wild
ness, but lost by poor support of Cunning
ham. Crooks and Rogers, the new men, did
well. Attendance, 2,000. Scrre-
Boston. AB.R.H. PO.A. E.
Hamilton, e. f. 5
Stlvetts, p 0 1
Bannou.r.f 5 2
Long.ss C 2
Tucker, lb 4 2
Duffy, 1. f 3 1
Collins, 3b 3 O
Lowe, 2b B 0
Bergen, c 5 O
Nichols, p O O
Totals 40.10 12
Holmes hit by batted ball.
Louisville. AB.R. H.POJl. E
Crooks, 2b 4
McCreery, r. f 4
Clarke, I. f 4
Rogers, lb 6
Holmes, c. f G
Dexter, c G
Cassidy, ss 4
Clingman, 3b 4
Hill, P 0
Cunningham, p 4
Totals 39 7 11 27 17 6
Boston 30 0 02 4 100-10
Louisville 0 10041010-7
Earned runs Boston 2, Louisville 1. First
base by errors Boston 5. Louisville 3. Left
on bases -Boston 10, Louisville 7. First
base on balls -Off Hill 3, olf Cunningham
l.off StivettsS. Struck cut-By Stlvetts
5. Home run-Cunningham. Three-base
hits-Lone. Stlvetts. Two-base hits-Dnrry,
Crooks, Lowe, Cunningham. Sacrifice hlt
Dufry. Stolen base Kinnon. Double plajs
Caasldy. Crooks, Rogers and Dexter;
Lowe and Tucker. Hit by pltcher-By Cun
ningham, Tucker. Umplre-McFurland.
Time of gamc-2 hours and 0 minutes.
REDS BATTED CARSEY.
Pliilllea'PltcIiprilnde a "Wild Throw,
Then Lost Heart.
Cincinnati. July 7. After making .V wild
throw to first base In the sixth inning,
Carsey went to pieces and was batted all
over the field. Smith's fielding was the
feature. Attendance, G.500. Score:
Cincinnati. ABR. H.PO.A. E:
Burke. It 5
Miller, rf G
Ewlng, lb 6
Vaughn, c 5
Totals 42 141827 15
Philadelphia, ABR. H.PO.A.
Mertes.cr 4 1 1 3 .0
Hulcn.ss 4 1110
Delehanty.lt 3 12 4 0
Thompson. rf 4 110 0
Hallman, 2b 4 0 0 3 1
Clemcnts.c 4 0 0 3 1
Boyle, lb 4 0 0 7 0
Nash, 3b 4 0 110
Carsey.p 4 0 0 2 3
Totals 35 4 6 24 6 G
Cincinnati 0 0 10 0 9 2 2x 14
Philadelphia 00 100 003 0 4
Earned runs Cincinnati, 9; rtijladei-
fhla, 1. Left on bases Cincinnati, 8;
blladelphla, 8. First base on errors
Cincinnati, 4; Philadelphia, 2. First
base on balls Off Dwyer, 1; off Carsey,
DON'T FAIL TO V
0TAXE IV the RAM'S HOUR UIU wbea ost
Mora drive. A good road asd an Benito X
"f Me host to meet you on the Queen's Chapelr
0 Road, past Brookland. A. LAUFP, Frea.f
Our annnal Jalr Clearance
Bile is moving Khocs on-tho ,,
"double quick." A fair saaYpTer
of the great reductions Is "H. ..
8. A IL'i." tl very light W
Shoes for men (likocut) which
we are running at
838 PENNA. AVENUE.
S1IOK3 SI1INKO FltKli
Struck out-By Dwycr. 3. Two-baso
t Hfll'rr V.i hit 1 in Tt!Al6,n tm..
mis alii'er, Vaughn, Thoninson. Threj.
base hits-irwin. stolen, bases Dwjer.
Ewing,IIoy.Hulen,Mer;es4 Double nl iys
Smith and Ewlng. Umpire Lynch lime
of game 1 hour and 62 lulnutes.
BROOKLYN AtaiQST "WOX .
Made All Tlielr Ron's AgaliiHt CJete
lanil in the! Tflntii.
Cleveland, O., JttlyT.Cuppy had a
shade the Lest of Abbey In today's game
between the Clevclantbrurin the Brooklfus
Up to the ninth inning not a Bridegroom
Jud revjcfaefl third and Griffin had I Wide
the only hit.
Cuppy, p.. .
' AB.R. H.PO.A.E.
Totals 3(j G 12 27 13
Jones, rt 3
urirnn, cr 4
AndersoD, If.. ,. ,. .. 4
Shliidlc, 3b 3
Corcoran, ss 4
LaChiuce, lb 4
Schoch, 2b ; 4
Burrell, c 4
Abbey, p 2
5 4 24 12 4
Cle plaud 10 000 20 3x-G
Earned runs-Cleveland, 8; Brooklyn, a
First base by errors-Cleveland. 3; fojok
V ',' 3 l0.D.ba8ea-C,.eelal"1 7'Brook-4J.I'V?-.i,I'irst,,jas2
OD balls-Off Cuppy,
2 ?,f5 AhHCjr' V S,'.ruck uut-By Cuppy,'
4; by Abbey. 3. Home ruii-LuCimnti
TwHbae liits-McKeun, Cuppi 8 "len
bases-Chids 2. Double play-oFiff ,,?
Time of game 2 hours.
BROWNS LOSE AGAIN.
Thirteenth Consecutive Defeat Snf-
lereaat tnellaudsof New York.
St. Louis, July 7. The Browns lost tieir
thirteenth straight carao todav iirn,.,.h
weakness at the bat. The game was untn.
tcresting. The game of jostcrduy, which
was a tic game, will be nbiini nrr 10
morrov.-making two games, attendance
8t. Louis. ' ABR
xfonu, o. .............. 5
3 3 3
ureiicnsicin.l.f. 3 0
Parrott.c. f o 1
Counor.lb 5 0
Meyers,3b 5 1
Douglas.r.f. 4 2
Cross, ss 4 1
Davis, 3b ,
. 3'J 7 10 27 17 7
AU. R. H.PO.A E.
4 3 z ;i o O
St. Louis ,
Earned runs St
45 12 10 27 11 4
.....'1 00030030 7
....300 1231 2012
. Louis,.R; New Ycrk, 3.
Two-hase hits Cross, Do ml' Clark. Three-'
base bits Vanllnltren. Zi.trru Ktni.n
bases Dowd.Starrord. Tieman,Da"vts,Coc
uuuf.uiwn u. xil-l iMr-UUU JKUIS Ut I liark
2; off Hart, 4. Hit by pitched Uill-Zear-ross.
Wild pitch Hart. Umpires Messrs.
.Mumhyand Meeklu. lime of game 2 hours
and 25 minutes.'1 rn - ,
COLTS POUNDED TIIE BALL,
Ilenvy IlattlnK Ganie at,Clilcnco and
tlio Orioles YvtOjl.vHcrs.
Chicago, July 7. The Colts and Orioles
had au old rashionc-d Klugging contest to
day and the Anson coleny.scratched out
luckily In Ibe eighth, ajihough they had nil
ihe better or the batting. .Clarkson was
knocked out or the bdx ln'the sixth, and
alter that Pond was 'hit-almost as hard.
The fielding feature was a sensational one
handed catch or a llnerby Dahlen, who
then touched Kelly, making a double ptay
unassisted. Attendance, B 000. Score:
Chicago. 'AB.R. H.POA.E.
Everett, Jb 6 2 2 2 2 2
Dahlen, s.s c . 4 5 G 1
Lange, c. r. 6 2 3 3 O O
Anson, lb 4 2 3 1 O
Kyan.r. f. G O 2 1 0 1
Decker, 1. f G O 2 1 O 1
Pfeffer, 2b G 2 "4 2 3 0
Kittredge.c. 3 O 0 2 O 0
Griffith, p 4 2 2 14 1
Totals 43 13 22 27 16 G
AB.R. H.PO.A. E.
Kelley, 1. f. .,
Jennings, s, s.
Doyle, lb. ..
Clarkson, p 3
Pond.p ,........ 1
Totals 41 11 14 24 1G 4
Batted ror Pond in ninth Inning.
Chicago 003 11323X 13
Baltimore 300 1200 2311
Earned runs Chicago, 10; Baltimore, G.
First base by errors Chicago, 1;
Baltimore,' 4. Left on bases Chicago,
11; Ba'timore, 8. First base on balls Off
Griffith, G; otf Clarkson, 3. Two-base
hits Anson, Lange and Brodle. Sacri
fice hits Griftitb and Klttredge. Stolen
bases Donnelly, 2. Double plays Dah
len, Pfeffer, Everett and Klttredge; Dah
len (alone). Wild pitch Griffith. Um
pire Emslle. Time or game-2 hours
and GO minutes.
Races at Sheepshead.
Sheepsbead Bay, July 7. First race
nvefurlongs. Shakespeare 11, 4 to 1, won;
Rubicon, 4 to G. second, Woovine 7 to 1.
third. Time, 1.01 3-B.
Second rate One and three-sixteenths
miles. Rcquittal, 1 to 10, won; Connoisseur,
7 lo 1 , second; Charade, a to 1 , third. Time,
inird raceSix furlongs; the Pansy
Stakes. Winged Foot. 1 to 3, won;8cottlsn
Chieftain, 3 to 1, second; Detection, G to
1, third. Time, 1:16 2-5.
Fourth race One mile. Deerslayer, 13 to
5, won; The Winner, 7 to G, second; The
Dragon, 4 to 1, third. Time, 1:41.
Firth rate Futurity course. Tbcraas Cat,
G to 1, won; Panmure. 9 to 10, second:
Pfjncess Flavia, 10 to 1. third. Time,
Sixth raee Twn mlin. Tin.iilnn- r; t
2, won; St. Luke. G to 1. second: San
Joaquin, 8 to G. third. Time, 3.G6.
At National Fark Today.
This afternoon at National Park, the
Canterbury Athletic Club uud the Mile
Limits of the District League, will play
a regular scheduled game. Play will
be called at 4:45 o'clock.
Hairy People of TTesso.
The only Known race of hairy human
beings reside on the Island of Yesso, ad
joining Japan. They are about 100,000
In number, and are known to the Japanese
as the "Moslnos," or falUhalry people."
Tbo women as well as the men have the
entire body covered -with-a profuse and
remarkable growth ofUiatr, the only ex
ception being tbat tne faces ot the women
are bare, but usuallyilstnlned so as to
resemble the beards of Ihe males. Ex
change. Q f
NINE BICYCLE PRIZES NOW
Committee Expects to Get as
Many More Today.
SUCCESS IS ASSURED
ChrlMInn Endenvorers Trill Turn Out
ill l.nrge Numberx Tuesday Nltflit.
Will Not LUteu to a l'nrudo on
Any Other Date Clubs IIiiHtllm;
uud Sending lu Their Reports.
The arrangements for the great bicycle
parade of.iiju wheelmen ot the District
are progressing rapidly and smoothly.
Tlio committee on prizes spent several
hours jrtlerday visiting the merchants
of the city. Ihe membrsor thlsconimltiee
met Willi a most cordial reception, and as
a result the chances for securing prizes
will be increased. The general comtnit'ee
will have to increase ihe subjects lor
which prizes are to be offered.
Already nine prizes Have been secured.
The committee is to spend another hour
this afternoon among me merchants, and
from the outlook nearl as many mure
will bu secured. All the business men
seen were only tbo glad to help along ttio
parade, and an expect it will Oe a monster
LIST OF PRIZES.
Woodward Ac Luthrop will offer a prize
for a lady rider.
Lansburgh Bro. will offer a prize for
a lady rider.
'Ine Times will ghc a silver prize for
the club making the best showing.
Locu A lllrsii will oifer a bicjclc suit
for the tirst gentleman s prize.
Parker, Bridget & Company will offer a
prize to the ciuu making the second best
showing In the line.
W. B. Moses Sons will offer a prize.
M. A. Tappan will hive a prize.
Saks A Company Lav e also promised to
be on hand with u prize.
Col. J. Hart liritUnn is going to offer a
prize, and be is going outside ot his
business, too, for It. ,
several oiuer gentlemen were seen yes
terday und promised to give handsome of
ferings, but asked tbat ti eir names be not
published for a day or two. At their re
quest, ot course, puijlieauon is not made.
The committee on Judges will also take
a turn out among tbc prominent gcntleiren
of the city this artermon. The committee
hasdecidedon a most unique judges' stand
As this is a parade on wLccls the Judges'
stand will be ou wheels, loo. But tLe com
mittee Is not going to give tbclr plan away.
They will keep the I cople guessing until
the night of the parade.
CLUBS ARE HUSTLING.
The various dubs In the city arc all
sending in notices to Chief Manilla! Rob
ertson or their intention to participate In
the cycle carnival. The Arlington Wheel
men met last night ami wnooped it up
for the parade, 'lliis club has decided 011
a novel feature, and won't even wh.sper
It to an outsider. It is nut for a pnze
and means to get it If it can.
The following note was received froTi
Mr. II. J. Bright, secretary or the Eastern
Athletic Club, by Clilef Marshal Koucrteou
"In response to jour request, per mes
senger, you are informed mat. the Eastern
Athletic Club will hive about sixty men
In line on the n.ght or July 14." 'iiic bojs
will do themselves proud.
Mr. Louis Htreh, pres.dent of the Wash
ington Outing Club, writes to say that
bis dub will be in line and offering the
services of any of bis club in assist the
Mr. Phil Friedlander writes as follows:
"Let uie know ir there is time jet for
a club of seven to fall In line in a funny
make im. under the name of Gitney Club.1'
Mr. Friedlander was told to come aljng
and assured that the more In line the
merrier it would be.
The Christian Endeavor contingent will
be one or the features of the parade. The
committee has had G.000 extra excursion
bulletins published and they will be dis
tributed as the delegates ariivc. The bul
letin contains the following announcement:
"Ihe District oiMsioiiot vueL,. a. Vt . and
the v arlous clulis of the city has e arranged
for a mummolh bicycle parade, to take
ptacu Tuesday evening, July 14, in honor
of the Christian Juideavorcrs. Extensive
preparations are being made and various
prizes will be offered, ihus assuring unique
as well as handsome decorations. A tection
is assigned lo the Christian Endeavorers,
and an invitation to all those who tare tn
participate to join our ranks and thus swell
Last night Mr. John lluir, who will be
the marshal 'of the Christian Eodcavur
division, was busy mailing postal cards
lo all the Christiau Kndeav or riders in the
city. Three hundred ot them will be
mailed today. The pwst.il reads:
"The League or American Wfeclmcn and
the associated ejele tlubs of the city give
a bicjele parade hi honor of tbc Cbnsmn
Endeavor, Tuesday elxnlng, Jiiiy 14. A
section has been assigned to the Christian
Eudcaxor, aud we nam your co-operation
10 make the division the success it should
be. 1 he least 1 osslble iicoratioii allowed
lo entitle one to partldrJatc in tills parade
Is two Japanese lunlerns. We want tiu sc
uuder the Christian Endeavor to Le red,
while nud blue. Also curry official Chris
liau Endeavor flng and wear straw hat
with baud. Bring us many friends as
possible. If yuu desire to go in for a
special decoration kindly advise me im
mediately. The Christian Endeavor sec
lion forms on Eighteenth street, above T
street, at 7:4G o clock."
The committee having charge of the bi
cycle contingent is enthusiastic over the
outlook. It recognizes no parade except
the one to be held Tuesday evening, and
will frown dowi any attempt to ui-jiart
frool the original plan. The members
want to make their display the finest .u
the line and are bending every cnergj In
'1 he committee authorized the statement,
and wanted it put in the most emphatic
language, that in no way would It lend
Its influence to anv other effort to Darade
on any other night. It did not want it
and would not bave It. Look out for a
rousing display by the Christian Endeav
orers. The committee suggests that all Chr's
tlan Endeavorers follow this line of dec
oration: The two flags to be tied to the
head post and at such an angle that thcy
can be tied again at the grip. This will
leave an opening for tbc face. Ihen if
the rider desires a bar can be extended
across the top of the. flag staffs and the
lanterns can be attached to this bar.
ABOUT CAPITOL niLL.
An intentionally false statement has
been published concerning the action of
the general committee on the Capitol Hill
people at the meeting Monday night. The
committee did not take action and advise
the people on the Hill to hold a parade or
Its own. The matter of getting 10 Capitol
Hill a little, earllor was discussed and
no action was taken. Capitol Hill rep
resentatives were present, who said the
citizens there were satisfied with the
route as It bad been arranged. The com
mittee expects a large delegation ot riders
from Capitol Hill, and tbe Capitol Hill
people will have a great treat. This will
be the first parade that has ever gone up
Chief Marshal Robertson Is sure the
parade will be a bummer. He is busy
selecting his aides, lie may have them
all chosen by tbe next meeting night.
Col. J. Hint ,Tlttain is enthusiastic: "I
am hustling up the Columbia Athletic Club
people," he said; "we will have a big
turnout Tuesday evening. Nothing else
will be in it. I think the people of Wash
ington will have the treat of thecenturj."
CO. C, W. L. I., JTELD DAY.
Ltht ot Entries for Saturday's Events.
Sims and Sclinde to Compete-.
From present Indications the Held Daj
to be given on Saturday afternoon by Com
pany C, Washington Light Infantry, at
International Athletic Park, will be a
The happy combination of athletic track
events and bicycle races-and military com
petitions is a novelty hereabouts and will
doubtless draw oat a large attendance.
For theflrsttlmelnsever.ilyearsthere will
be sprinting and running races open to
members or athletic clubs and from the
entry list below it will be seen that the
aspirants for track honors from among
local atliletesare qultetiumcrous. Although
the members ot the Columbia Athletic Club
who have entered have had but a short
time under Prof. Crossley, they are already
in fair shape and with the hard practice
tlievaretakincthn wearers of the" Wlnired
.Arrow" will doubtless be found well np
in rront in caturuay a events.
The bicycle races, too, will he Interesting
and In the two-mile race will be found
Fred Sims and Fred Schade, the two local
cracks, the latter fresh from his triumphs
in the SouUi, where he Bwept everything
In addlt-n to theae there will be George
Ball. T. NT Mudd, BllUe Sims and other
well- known flyers.
The track; ia already very fast ana Is dally
The STAR Milwaukee Beer,
For sale bj F. H. FIHLEY & SOU, 1208 D St., K. W Washington D. C. Tel. 541.
growing more to and fast time is expected
lo ne maue in uil ine track events.
W. 8. McKean, Jr., chairman or tlio
Inrantry committee having the affair
in charge, is working hard for the suc
cess ot the event, and his efforts, like
those or W. 8. McKean, sr., the ener
getic manager or International Park,
must necessarily result ln an athletic
as well as nnaticlal success.
At the conclusion of the ruces, for whli h
the entries louow. ILerc will be a bl
cvcle trial race lor nlaces on the I'.n Hi
ll. ore Washington challenge team.
Entries are as follows.
tor one mile blejele race for novices
money Martin, unattached; J. H. Oaut.
C. R. C; C. Burn bam, 11. w. Chunn, Charles
II. Jcjan, auu W. 1. I'lgott.ail unattached;
J. W. Garrison, E. AX'.; Lee Couiiselman.
Bethesda, Md ; J. II'. Collier, M. C.
For 100 sard dash; tratx event; two
prizes F. L. Briscoe, C U.; llopkius
liurgess, unattached; Philip Tindnll. C. A.
C; I'lioiiias O. Monk, M. C; Irank L.
Corfln, C. II. 8.; Jesse B. Shariilrt, O. A.
C. aim W. L. I. C; C. T: Cabrera, G. A.
C; T. L. Mllstead, C. A. C; A. rt. Talty,
C. A. C; A. Franz, C. A. C: William
pcar, c. A. C; li. Alien, C. A. C ; c
11. Lyman, M. C.
Individual drill Open to members of
National Guard. Gold rncital. L. E. ileide,
Co. C, W. L. I.; A. W. Shilling, Morbin
Cadets: A. U. Clavton. Morton Cadets;
I P. C. Hilton, Co. D, W. L. I.; t W.
V., i. .. . ,,. r t . n- c ..nil ...
liurueiL, io. .", it. u. a., -i. j. aiuiwin ,
Morton Cadets; J. S. Robinson, Co. tV
W. L. I.
ror 440 jards run Two prizes. Hop
kins Burgess, unattached; Philip Tin
dall, C. A. C; R. E. Story, C. A. C; W.
G. Story, Central High School; Tlonas
o. Monk. M. C: T. L Mllstead, C. A. C;
C. T. Cabrera, C. A. C; A. Franz, C. A.
C; T. G. Mcuirr. 1. A.; II. Alien, O. A.
C: C. II. Ljm.in, M. C.
One-third mile ruo, wilb equipments, full
field dress, knapsack, blanket and guu
Ernest E. Heide, Co. C, W. L. I.; J, B.
Schathirt, C. A. C. andlV. L. I.: P. C.
HUlou, Co. D, W. L. 1.; W. 8. Hall, Co.
B, W. L. I.; F. W. Burnett, Co. A, W.
L.I.; C. 11. Ljinan, Morton Cadets; William
II. Liggiii. Co. C, W. L. I.
Two mile handicap bicycle race: three
prizes Sidney Martin, unattached; Tbom-is
N. Mudd, Jr., E. A. O.; II. Prltcliard. un
attached: George H. Ball, W. K. C; Fred.
Scliade, C. U.; Charles II. Ryon, unat
tached; Fred. 81ms, C. A. C; Billy Sims,
A. W.: J. W. Garrison, E. A. C: Lee
Couiiselman. Bethesd.i, Jid.; W. O. Wood
ward, E. A. C: B. F. urlmcs, E. A. C:
J. II. Collier, M. C; Wllllitn F. Throup,
E. A. C; T. L. Mllstead, C. A. C.
ARLINGTON RIDERS' BANQUET.
Monthly Meeting of the Club a Most
A banquet is always a feature of the
moulhi inee'iings or lite Arlington Wheel
men, and following the time-honored cus
tom, the meeting or last night was held
at the "Losekam," ou F street. There
was a full attendance of members, and
arter transacting quite a volume of cur
rent business, in addition to electing a
number of new "A.W's.," the members of
this popular cycliug club seated themselves
arotiuu the festive buard and discussed
the generous feast provided by mice host
During the evening the members dedded
unanimously lo take part as a body ln the
blcjcle parade to be held on next Tues
day evening, and to do all they can to
assist in making it the brilliant success
it now promises to be.
It was also dedded that In the bicycle
meet to Le given by the club at Inter
national Park, on August 22, there will
be five amateur and three professional
The prizes for the meet will aggregate
some 750 in value, in tne list or prizes
there will be a magnificent silver trophy
cup, which will be put up as a club team
championship trophy to be won annually.
The splendid trophy, which will cost
no ls.s Mian 200. and will be uninue tn
design and magnificent in proportions. Is
the gift of Col.'ihomas R. Marshall. of the
Losekam, and Is, without exception, the
most costly trophy ever pat up in a local
After further discussion Incidentally of
the excellent condition of tbc club, in
which all the members have a personal
pride and pledging themselves again to
aid In making their appearance ln the com
lng bicjele parade an attractive aud dis
tinctive one, the meeting and banquet came
to an end, not overlooking, how-pver. to
pass a resolution of thanks to Col. Marshall
for his gift, and for bis personal attention
MAY BE MODIFIED.
.Conimiftilonera Considering Changes
ln the Bicycle ReKUlntlons.
It is understood that the ComiuWs oners
are contemplating a modification ot their
order affecting bicjclcs, and tbat the
announcement of the changes wlllbe mai'e
today, so tbat ample notice may be given
prior lo the date fixed for the original
order to go into operation, which Is
tomorrow, the Uth Inst.
The committee appointed by the local
association called on Comtmssioner Ross
jesterday afternoon to discuss tfe pro
vision against the. carrying of children
on wheels, and something was said also
with reference to the sliced prescribed.
The Commissioner could col state hi
tivcly what would he done, but said the
question would be taken up today and
whatever the action, whether ln modi
fication ot tbe order or not. the result
would be made public in ample time to
VIRGINIA LEAGUE GAMES.
Lynchburg 00220120 0-7
Richmond 1 II 0 O O 0 O O 01
Base hits Lynchburg, 1G; Richmond, G.
Errors Richmond. 3. Batteries Arm
strong and Fear; Malarkey and Eoland.
Norfolk ooooo iono1
Roanoke 11002210 07
Base hits Nor rolk, 7; Roanoke, 12.
Errors Norrolk, 4; Roanoke, 2. Bat
teries Leach and Armstrong; Klmbail
Petersburg, Va., July 7. Today's game
between Petersburg and Portsmouth was
called lu Ihe third Inning on account ot
rain. The score stood 3 to 3.
TWO BEARS HOLD THE FORT.
Berry PidtersDhsappear by the Score
Because Bruin Is at Large.
JVeic Yorl Press,
Susquehanna, Pa , July 4. Two beats
have terrorized the huckleberry pickeis
A week ago a traveler exhibited two per
forming bears on the street, and whiledoing
so the brutes cngagedin a bout not down on
the bills. In the scrimmage the traveler
was used up badly.
Finding themselves at liberty, the bears
trottedorrand reached the mountain safely.
The huckleberry season has Just opened
and hundreds or bojs and girls who pick
the berries liave kept out ot the woods
through rear. Apartyof women came upon
the bears unexpectedly, and their screams
soon alarmed scorcsTtf others, resultlugln a
general stampede. The bears uow boss the
situation, and" berry picking in this vicinity
Is at a standstill. s
Only a Girl.
First Wheelman It was luck ror tlat
man that he had a match when his lantern
Secofd Ditto Why, my dear fellow, that
wasn'a man. It it had been lie wonldnt
have scratched the match on the pavement
that way. New York Commercial Adver
tiser. i .
TVbat Started It.
Dolan What caused the panic at that
free silver convention yesterday?
Cassidy A small boy np ln tbe gallery
shouted "goldl" Philadelphia North Amer
ican. Special Train to Baltimore via Penn
On account of tbc Christian Endeavor Con
vention, tbe Pennsylvania Railroad will
operate a spcdal train.to Baltimore. leav
ing Sixth street station at 10.30 p. ni., July
9, 10, 11, and 13, on-fJtt schedule.
LOEB & HlRSH.
we don't care which, and
won't refuse greenbacks, but dont
miss these very special prices for
today, tomorrow and Friday. More
genuine bargains you will never
Men's Office Coats.
All 75c values at 50c
All 50c values at 35c
$3.00 qualities for.. . . $2.50
$2.50 qualities for.. . .$2.00
$1.50 qualities for.. ..$- .25
Single or Double-breasted Bin
- $4-5o quality for. S3.75
- 55.00 quality for. .... $4.00
. 56.CO quality for. $5.00
16 quality ve mtan that thcu art
thcprieei that ire hatt been anitng,
and thote are Uictr than you uill
find anytthm elu, to jrou can nt
vhat bargain vt are ejftriny you.
6.00 Tow iinen Suits... $5.00
White Duck Trousers 85c
Children's Pants (regular
. 50 Per Cent ff ail
Suits Men's, Boys', Children's
and Bicycle Suits.
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ONLY" AX EMPTY TOMB.
Mncb Ado Over tbo Supposed
mains of au Orange Prince. J
A certain prince of Orange was general,
issimo of the Austrians at the end of the
last century. He foughtagainst thoFrencrj
in Italy, died and was buried at Padua ln
lor four years the Dutch government has
been in treaty for the prince's remains, and
after an endless amount of diplomatic ne
gotiationsand correspondence, matters were
arranged, a Dutch man of-war arrived ia
Venice, and after another three weeks' de
lay surmounted the last difficulty raised by
the church and red tape of the Italian gov
nient, last Thursday was the day fixed for
opening the tomb and conveying the remains
to Venice, to be transported by tbe man-of-war
and ultimately deposited in the family
vault at Delft. It was a most impressive
A representative of tbe Qucn of Holland
came expressly. Admirals, gencralf, offfc
dal3 galore, special trains, funeral car
troopslinlng the way. minute guns and flags
ed, and contained nothing. '
Dove Dropped on Ills Coffin.
Otto Schoffer. a member of the Grana
Armv. was killed by a bolt of lightning a
few days ago at Tcpeka. He was given a
soldier's burial, and as tbe comrades fired
a last salute over tbe grave Into which tbo
corfln bad been lowered It was found that a,
gun wasloaded with ball as well as powder?
and the shot killed a dove which was flying
over. The dove fluttered and fell on ht
coffin dead. - -
"Mrs. Dc Billions, don't ycu get tired "o
tomatoes when you begin eating tbem to
"Oh, no; we always step getting Item
when they are so cheap that everybody baa
them." Chicago Record.
A Gifted Man.
"Gibbs, do you worry about flnandal
affairs when you are In church?"
"No; I always wear a very high, stiff
coltar, so I can concentrate my thoughts.-
51.25 to Baltimore and Return Dork
Ids Christina Endeavor Conven
tion via Pennsylvania Ball- '
Tickets will be sold July 8 to 1 3 , Inclusive,
good on any train and available for return
passage until July 14. Jy8-6t
giving Hats away
I'm making a clean sweep of
most of my Straws put prices
on them such as you have never
seen before my everyday price3
are extremely low. but these
prices are simply ridiculous.
All Men's Straw Hats, marked from OCn
All Men's Straw ilaU, marked from On
I to 50c tfZG
All Boys' Straw Hats, marked from 00n
Edward Tanzer, 7lK
tfjSlfag ShfSfef te-.