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THE NAVY DAILY GAZETTE.
Hear Admiral Bunce to Command
.New York Xuvy Ynid.
The Navy Department yesterday ordered
Eear Admiral F M Bunce, who has been
In command or the North Atlantic sqnadr..u
during the last two years, to the command
of the New York navy yard. It as laid
there is nothing significant in relieving
Admiral Bunce of the conimaadof the North
Atlantic squadron, for it ih simply follow
ing an established rule of giving a two
years' command to that squadron, and
the Admiral's time will have expired Alny
1 , when he goe to the navy yard.
Other orders revoke the instructions to
Paymaster J A King to report to the
Columbia, and place on waiting orders
Lieut. W E. Sewell and Burgeon M. H.
Simons, ordered to the Columbia, The
order detaching Surgeon E. Z. Derr from
the Columbia, is alK revoked, ami bo is
the one directing Assistant Engineer R.
D. Hasbrouck to report for duty to the
Columbia. The order detaching I'aymabter
E. Rand from the Columbia is revoked, and
eo is that detaching Lieut W II. Driggs
from the same vessel.
The order to Lieut. Commander D Dele
hanty to report to the Columbia Is revoked,
and he is placed on waiting orders, and
the instructions to Past Assistaut Pay
master S McGowan to report to Poit
Royal is revoked. Lieut Commander C.
O. Allibone's order detaching him from
the Columbia is -revoked also.
The Navy Department lias, ordered to An
uapolis a number of cadets to pass ths-ir
final examination. These cadets have
completed the four years' academic course,
and have Just finished the two years sea
duty required Lefore they can tike the
final examinations. They will icport at
the Naval Academy May 1, when the ex
Thoinnson UVed the Alnils to
duct His Operations.
New York, April 15. William S. Thomp
Eon was arrested today on a warrant
charging him with having conducted
swindling operations through the mails.
Tostofficc Inspector Mayer, of Chicago,
pays that Thompson and his confederates
have swindled bicyclists throughout the
country to the extent of $50,000.
-"Tlicy advertised,'' said the inspector,
"to give prizes to the persons who made
the ino'-L wordb out of the title of their
Thompson waived examination before
Commissi. uier Shields this afternoon and
was bent to Ludlow street jail in default
Dranlc Lenioii .Extract and Died.
Altoona, Pa., April 15. Frank Baker,
a camp cook for a gang of workmen on
the Pittsburg, Bessemer and Lake Erie
railroad, died today of delirium tremens,
superinduced by overindulgence in lemon
extract. Baker sent his assistant to the
fctorehoubc yesterday to get one dozen
bottles of lemon extract. He drank the
contents of clcen bottles and died this
You Are Nervous, Sir?
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The make is well known
Special sale still continues of new 1897 -model bicycles,
up-to-date in every particular, that we have purchased for
cash from a Western maker who needed money. These bi
cycles are listed at $100 and advertised at $100. We have
removed the name-plate in order to protect the maker's
agents and will sell for cash only.
! 1897 BICYCLES AT $30 1
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thy last we will sell them at tills remarkable price.
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mm is shut out
The Bine Birds Could Not Con
nect With the Ball.
AL MAUL'S RESURRECTION
The Smiling Pitcher Made nis Ke
nppournuce After n X.ong; Lay-Off
ami Demonstrated That His Arm
Has Not Lost His Strength and
Cunning Interesting Game.
Jake Weils' "Blue Birds" from Richmond
failed to whistle a merry roundelay yes
terday buch'as birdies of the kind are
supposed to chirp when springtime comes
o'er hill and dale.
The birdies had no chance to tune and
twang their lyres, inasmuch the hawkish
Senators bwooped down ami picked them
as clean as billiard balls.
Wonder ir the "hawks" will be equally
as carnivorous Avhen the Baltimore Orioles
fly this -way? Mote it be.
From the roster, it appeals that Jake
went down to a brewery or suci kraut fac
tory and picked his team. Sueli another
collection of Dcutcher patronymics were
neer onsembled ou a score card.
The polyglot aggregation ranged from
rEberfeldt at the top to Stimmel at the
bottom, uml there was Elsey, probably from
Cheltea, and Berte, whose name the fans
would twist into "Gertie" with the com
ment naturally following.
.Manager-Captain Wells did not engage
in the game actively, but watched the pro
ceedings from the grandstand and gave
his commission and glove to "Elsie," who
gave a very creditable exhibition at the
first corner. Bob Pender also renigged on
the con'.Oit, and watched the shut-out from
Stimmel, an altitudlnous youth with
brunette trimmings, was on the rubber for
the "Blue Birds," and created the most
favorable impression of any slab ai list that
has visited Washingtoa this season, lie
dispenses all sorts at things to puzzle the
batter, and is liable to make the best hit
ters smaf-h nothing more substantial than
Schobel, another gentleman from the
Faderland, did the receiving. Barring
the fact that he keeps quiet and plays ball,
he is a dead ringer in make-up for "Piggy"
"Ward, who was a Senator in 1801 The
only trouble with Schobel Is a strong arm
and bad eyesight. He is of the opinion,
apparently, that second base is located in
center field, and that it is fully a mile
from the home plate Had he been en
tered in a long-distance throwing match
yesterday he would have won first money
hands down. He made two efforts to
stop base stealers at the second sack, and
if Center Fielder Kaia hadn't backed up
in good order the ball would lie going yet
On the whole, however. Wells has a
good team, and with the exception of
Norfolk, it is the sprightliest that has
played the Senators since the opening of
the preliminary season, even if they did
get a coat of whitewash yesterday. Such
thingB happen to the best in the business
As to the Senators' part of the session,
the result was very pleasing and satis
factory to the tab1 keepers. They fili
bustered at the proper time, counted a
quorum when necessary and voted solidly
when put under the party lash. The reaj)
peaiance of "Smiling AT' Maul and his
splendid showing gave encouragement to
the loyal rooters who hope to see Wash
ington stand high up in the race this
The crafty pitcher displayed all the ear
marks of his old-time excellence. In the
two innings he worked he used a slow
ball, and of the seven batters who faced,
him, only one was able to put the Spalding
past theinrield,and that was a fly, which
Selliach raninaud squeezed as he shouted
"I've got it."
Maul's absolute control of the ball was
demonstrated in the second inning, when be
pitched sixteen times to Kain, thirteen
of which were strikes, and fouled off by
the pood-eyed centerfielder. The six
teenth delivery was a drop right over the
plate, which Kaln failed to Judge and he
was out. Delivering the ball sixteea times
to one batter made a record such was the
opinion of Mr Wagner and Manager
Mr. Wagner sat on a line with Maul
while he was working, and so thoroughly
was he convinced that "Al" had regained
his form that he said artcr the game that
a contract perfectly satisfactory to the
pitcher would be handed him without de
lay. Following Maul, Charley ("Sliver") King
essayed the task of befuddling the Blue
Birds. The "1G to 1" shot succeeded,
without allowing the visitors so much as
a single scratch. Ashe pitched the sixth
and seventh innings and Swaim concluded
the game A chance blow by Kain in the
seventh off of Ashe was the only mark
Richmond could make in the hit column
Swaim retired the side in the eighth on
four pitched balls.
For the locals, Cartwright led the team
in the field uud at bat. He accepted
thirteen chances at first and drove out a
beauty two-bagger and a single. He also
figured in a fast double play withMcGulre.
Selbach's work in left was of the brilliant
order His catch of Bcrtc's fly in the
seventh and double of Kain to O'Brien
surely prevented the visitors from scoring
in the inning, as the bases were full when
the play was made.
The fielding honors for the JUchmonds
fell to Eberfeldt and Berte. Eberfeldt
had four hard assists from his territory,
each of which won applause, and in the
sixth Berte made a running catch back
in right field of what seemed to be a safe
hit by Abbey-
The Senators scored twice in their half
of the first inning. Lush drew a base on
balls and was sacrificed to second by De
Montreville. Billy purloined third and reg
istered on Sclbnch's hot shot down the
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first base line Selbnch stole second and
third and milled on Farrell's out from Kain
In the second, Abbey walked to first on
roar balls, stole second, reached third on
Schobel's wild throw and scored on King's
long fly out to Kain. In the third, He
Montrevitle got a gift of first, went to
third on Selbach's hit to right and came
home on a fielder's choice of McGuire's
tap to short.
The fifth run was registered in the
eighth. McGulre pummeieu im- .u w
center fot two baos, went to thlid on a
wild throw by Stimmel, and scor-d on
Cartwright's single to right.
It looked favorable for Richmond to es
cape a shut-out in the seventh, when they
filled the bases with only one out, but the
double between Selbnch and O'Brien, as
describ'-d above, destroyed the chance.
Again in the eighth, with but a single
hand gone, they got i miners on the sacks,
but Swaim pulled himself touetheraud the
next two batU-rs m:ld do no better than
push ihu ball to DeMontreville. resulting
in ensv forcc-oufsat j-econd. The score.
Washington: All. H ii. i.u.a.i..
Lush, r. f
Selbnch, 1. f.
Cartwright, lb ...
Abbey, c. f
3 10 0 0 1
, 1 10 2 4 0
2 0 0 3 0 0
4 0 2 3 4 0
;i 0 2 10 3 0
3 10 10 0
4 0 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 10 0
10 0 110
2 0 10 0 0
25 5 8 2715 1
AB. R. II. PO.A.E.
4 0 0 0 4 0
3 0 0 2 0 0
3 0 0 2 3 0
3 0 0 G 0 0
2 0 0 0 0 0
4 0 13 0 0
2 0 0 7 0 2
2 0 0 4 0 0
3 0 0 0 1 1
Sholta, 1. f
Marr, r. f
Kain, c. f
Totals 2G 0 1 24 8 3
Washington 2 1 10 00 0 1 x-B
Richmond 00000000 0-0
First base on errors Richmond I. Left
on bases-Washington 6, Richmond 7. First
base on balls-Off Maul 1. off King 2, off
Ashe :i, off Swaim 1 .off Stimmel 5. Struck
out-By Maul 2. by King 1; by Stimmel 6.
Two-base hits-Cart wright, McGuire. Sac
rifice hit DeMontreville. Stoleo bases
Lush, Selbach 2, Cartwright, Abbey, Berte.
Double plavs-MeGuire to Curtwright, Sel
bach to O'Brien. Hit by pitcher Bv Ashe,
Schobel; by King, Elsey. Umpire- Mr. John
Heydlcr Time of game One r.our and 55
At Norfolk, Va.
Norfolk 0 12 0 000 69
Brooklyn 02 1030 0 0-G
Hits Norfolk, 16; Brooklvn, 10. Errors
Norfolk, 3; Brooklyn, 2. Bntteries-Haub
and A. Smith; Gilroy, Newton, and Uayden.
THE HUSII3 CASE.
League Magnates Continue Their
Acrimonious Dlscnssion of It. .
New York, April 15. Several of the
League baseball magnates remained in
town today and continued their discussion
of the Rusie case. Brush, of Cinchmnti;
Robison, of Cleveland, and Byrne and
Abell, of Brooklyn, held a consultation,
but refused to give out what methods of
procedure will be pursued.
At A secret conference, held in the Firth
Avenue Hotel last night, there was con
siderable friction between RobKou and
Von dcr Horst on one side and Byrne and
Brush on the other. Hart and I'ulllam
were neutral, and Abell acted the pait of
peacemaker. Byrae said the dispute was
not in relation to the Ruslc case, but was
caused by a dicker for an exchange of
players among the magnates present
The Seaton School baseball team played
their first game Thursday at 4 o'clock.
After seven innings of hard playing, the
Rosebuds, their competitors, refused to
continue the game. The umpire gave the
game to the Seatons. The Seatons line up
as follows: Hayden, c.; Flynn, p.; Ba
llngcr, 1 b.; Clayton, 2 b.; Joe Hayden, 3 b ;
Nash, s. s.;E. Flynn, 1. f.; Frampton, c. f.;
Rohr, r. f. They would like to hear from.
all teams in the District whose players'
average fifteen years of age. Address chal
lenges to II. Stein, 025 Fourth street north
west. The Little Buds won-thelr first game yes
terday by defeating the Fifth Streoters by
the score of 23 to 8. The Buds line up as
follows: J. MoMahon, c. ; Harry Moirison,
p.; Jim MoDaniel, 1 b.; Richard Ward, 2 b.;
A Sullivan, 3 b ; John L. Sullivan, s. s.;
Jim Sullivan, 1. f.; Herbert McRoity, c. f.;
Gene Theuzer, r. r,; G. Sillers, r. f ; Steve
Sullivan, captain. Address all challenges
to Joe Sullivan, 650 Collum street north
east. Columbian's Southern Tour.
The Columbian 'Varsity will leave for
the South this morning on their annual out-or-town
trip. While away they will play
Fiedericksburg College, Richmond, Wil
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following players will compose the team:
Greene.Beard. Beall, Farnham, Stocksloger,
Hodge, Tindall.Fugitt, Leach, Smith, Cum
mlng, Nichols and Sullivan.
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SONS DF"0LD ELI'VIGTORS
Game Won Twice and Then Lost
LOOSE FIELDING THE CAUSE
In Spite of Errors It Was a Pretty
Contest WhImI in Fine Form,
Hut Had Poor Support ItcurdouV,
Second Off-Dny SvenrV, Hitting:
a Feature. i
"It was a cold day" in more ways than
one on Georgetown Field yesterday after
noon, for the "blue ami gray" suffered de
feat, not a very bad one, but a defeat, at
the hands of the soa? of "Old Ell," by the
score of 8 to 7.
The local 'Varsity boys won and lost the
game twice, and when it was not the hor
rible bunching of errojs It, was the dismal
failure to hit at the most critical time-
Walsh pitched a brilliant game. He was
especially el rectlve with meaon bases.
Feany, too, was effective, and kept the
locals down to seven hits. He had an ad
vantage over Walsh in that; he had splendid
Notwithstanding the chilly afternoon, a
very large crowd of -spectators, thelarg&st
of the present series, was in attendance.
It was a noisy crowd as well anditfouud
many chances to let itself out In mighty
"squeezing." roaring, chanting and sing
It was certainly Reardon's off day.
Thi generally brilliant little shortstop is
charged with four enors, mainly due to
nn over-anxiety to do well.
Georgetown went first to bat. The
first man up, Kelly, was generously given
a pass, stole second, and bcorcd on a
wild pitch. Fleming bunted, but died on
the way to first. McCarthy landed safely
and went to second on Reardon's long
fly and out. Lamb was hit by the pitcher
and Smith walked, and with the bases
full Mclntyre popped up a fly to Camp.
Yale went out in order, Keator, the
first man, fanned, Hamlin walked, but
the next two were easy outs. Neither side
scored in the second, and Georgetown
blanked in the third, too, but the Sons of
Eli took three for their share, and then
the rooting began in earnest. Keator
hit to short center and Hamlin wits -.ite
on Mclntyrc's poor throw, Keator going
to third, scoring on Grcenway's jiretty
drive to center, on which Hamlin tried
to reach third, and was nailed by Mclntyre.
Letton lands safely, Wear follows suit on
his liner over second, and then Fincke,
after having three balls called, struck
out. Now, with the bases full, little Camp
steps up boldly and pounds a beauty past
rieming, scoring Greeriway and Letton,
Camp is caught napping and is disposed of
by Smith. This was the fatal Inning. Four
errors for the blue and gray and three
runs for Yale. Score, 3 to 1.
Georgetown tied this in the fourth. Mcln
tyre got a base on balls, went tosecond on a
passed ball, from whence he scored on
Walsh's drive foi three bags; Malom-y In
the meantime fanned out; Kelley sacrificed
to right, scoring Walsh, and Fleming out,
from Camp to Letton. Score, 3 to 3.
Yale blanked in her half of the fourth.
Capt. McCarthy in the fifth passed a hot
shot to the pitcher, but was safe on his
error, and reached third on the overthrow
and scored on Lamb's single.
Reardon out, from Camp to Letton;Smith
singled, but wns forced on Mclntyrc's hit
to second: with a man on second and third,
Maloney, the next man up, had the chance
of his life, but he was not equal to the
occasion, and for th&.second time fanned
The lead of one scor,AAoes not last long,
for the blue of Yale maltes the air blue
all around, for it sees the four runs and
goes two better, by gcorlng thrice in her
half. Hamlin led off ,w.ith, a bounder pasL
Reardon", and stole and was advanced on
Grecnwny's liner over Fleming, but was
neatly put out at the plate on Reardon's
splendid stop of Lettonjs grounder. Then
came Weaver for Ins second hit. This
time he had luck. i
He sent a screamer tdUeft, which Mc
Carthy ought to have takeh In, but did not,
and it went rolling on thb roadway, and
Wear followed Green way'and Letton over
the plate. Next two were easy outs, and
the score is 6 to 4
Neither side scored in the sixth. In the
seventh Reardon landed safely on Fincke's
bad throw, went to second and home ou
two passed balls, and the next three were
easy outs. With two men out. Wear
pasted one on a line toward Kelly, and
he misjudged, and over his head and to
the road it went, and Wear was credited
with the only home run of the game. It
was "the eighth in which bedlam broke
loose, for the locals tied the score, and
if the umpire had treated them fairly they
would have won.
Lamb, the second to last man up, was
hit on the arm by theiiitcher, and showed
the mark, and the Yale men evon ac
knowledged the f act, buttbe umpire would
not allow the base, and thus a run was
not forced In, for the bases were full.
Maloney had hia third fan; Walsh walked
and stole; Kelly walked, too, and Fleming
was given a life when his fly fell between
Feany and Letton, and then the third
edition of pandcmomlnm. Captain Mc
Carthy hit through Fincke, scoring Walsh,
advancing Kelly, and in Feany's failure
to nail Reardon's hit, Kelly seored, and
then the score was Ucdj and then the
combined noise of lungs and metal could
have been heard at Fort Myer. Lamb w a J
hit by Feauy, but the umpire, as stated,
would not allow it, and the poor boy
fouled out to Be Forest, and then the
groan and the moan.
It was Betts' first great error. With
the last chance to win out the locals went
to bat with fire and determination in their
eyes, but Feany's nerve never left him,
for after Mclntyrc's fly out to Letton,
Maloney and Walsh struck out.
Hamlin was safe on Rcardou's bad enor,
duo to some extent on account of the fast
approaching night; It was dusk. "Green
way fanned, and Letton allowed himself
to be hit by Walsh, and then Wear plunked
one out for three stations, scoring Hamlin,
and the game was over and won, and be
fore the "blue and gray" hod gathered
Itself together the Yale players were
in their conch, speeding toAvard the city
and dinner In the gloaming, with a calp
hanging to their belts which they had
not earned The score:
Kelly, c. f
Reardon, s. h
Lamb, r. f
U 0 t) 1 0
0 10 11
1 1 2 Z 4
0 10 10
o i a o o
10 3 11
0 0 112 0
J. "1 O 5 O
.7 7 25 13 7
'Z 3 O O
'JL 0 10 0 0
'1 3 1 10
0 0 111
0 0 12 2
o i 3 o
0 0 0 10
Keator, c. f 1
Green way, 1. f
Wear, r. f
Camp, s. s
Totals .. ..
9 27 0 3
.. ..1002101 20-7
Vaie 0 03030 10 1-8
First base by errors Georgetown, 3 ;.YaIe,
5. Leftoa bases Georgetown, 10: Yale, 8.
Firstbaseon balls Off Valsh, 2;off Feany,
5. Struck out By Walsh, 10; by Feany, 5.
Home runs Wear. Three-jase hits- Wear,
Walsh. Sacrifice hits -Walsh, Mclntyre,
Letton 2, Hamlin, Einckc. Stolen bases
Kelly 4, Lamb 2, Mclntyre, Walsh 2, Green
way. Fincke, HeForrest. Hit bv pitcher
By Walsh, 1; by Feany, 3. Wild pitches
Walsh, 1; Feany, 2. Passed balls -He For
rest. Umpire Mr. Betts. Time of game- 2
hours and 45 minutes.
Two Trotters Sold.
Lexington, Ky., April 15. Joe Thayer
has sold for the Gnrnett estate, Cynthiana,
the nine-year-old horse L. E. Simmons,
by Simons, dam Clara, by Strathrnore, the
purchasers being Payne & Proctor, of
Boston, $1 ,500. Scott II udson, of this city,
has sold his Axtell, 2:12, dam by Combat,
to Col. Renneck, of New York, for be
tween $1,500 and $2,000.
Prize Don Burned to Death.
Sharon, Pa., April 15 Fire destroyed
the dog kcnnelsof Hr.F.H. Hoyt thismorn
Ing, and five valuable Italian greyhounds
were smothered and burned. The dogs were
said to be the best in America, having won
prizes in New York, Philadelphia, Pitts
burg, St. Louis and England, and at every,
big bench show where they were exhibited.
Opposed to Saturday Games.
Trenton, N J., April 15. TheNew Bruns
wick Presbytery, at its meeting at Lam
bertville yesterday, ltceived a IcUer fiau
Dr. Patton, president of Princeton t'nl
versity, setting out that It was the in
tention ot the faculty to take action to
prevent the students from participating
in football or baseball games on Saturday.
The Newport Huces.
Cincinnati, April 15. Outsiders secured
four of the five events at Newport today
First race Six and a hair furlongs. Sky
lark, 103, Randall, 2 to 1, won; Herrninn,
101 , Adami, 25 to 1, secfind; Royal Dance,
02, Bickcrson, 10 to 1, third. Time,
Second race Six and a half furlongs
Assassin, 95, Kelly, 7 to 1, won; Loyalty,
103, MUburn, 10 to 1, second; Rockwell,
100, Randall, 7 to 1, third. Time, 1:27 1-2
Third race One mile. Rewarder, 115,
Hill, F to 5, won; Vengeance, 98, Beau
champ, 3 to 1 , second; BantptoII, 101,
Williams, 4 to 1, third. Time, 1:49.
Fourth race Four furlongs. My Mary
land, 105, Beauchamp, G to 1, won; Clara
Van, 105, Ttibervllle, 3 to 5, second;
Virgin Cook, 105, Hill, S to 1, third.
Time, 0:52 3-4.
Fifth race Mile and a sixteenth. Chicot,
115, Hill, 5 to 2, won; Dave Pul6ifer, 112.
MUburn, 2 to 1 .second; Liberal, 111, Hicks
12 to 1, third. Time, 1:57 1-2.
Midshipmen of the Navy.
Cadets have been appointed to. the Naval
Academy as follows: Oliver P. Newmim,
DesMoincs, Iowa; Duane Heaton, alternate,
DesMoines. Iowa; Rowland C. Sheldon,
Camden, N. J.; CorbitZ. Hoffman, alternate,
Meckleton, N. J.; William Henry Amcrlno.
Montgomery, Ala.; Frederick M. King,
Topkins Grove, W. Va.: Forest A. .Dickin
son, Gnlva, 111.; Elmer Hi Ham. alternate,
Pana, III., and Walter II. Mills, Decatur,
neld for the Grand Jury. .
William Watson, sixteen years old, color
ed, was held yesterday in $300 bond for
the grand jury. Watson was arrested by
Policeman N. R. Herndon, who has had
'the boy up before for petty thieving. The
officer testified that Wntson's character
was bad, and specified the occasions on
Avhicli he had arrested him before. Wat
son denied everything, but stepped back
for want of $300.
Nephev Allison Wnnts an Office.
Still another relative of President Mo
Ktnley wants a public position. This one
is C. J. Allison, of Knoxvilie, Tcnn, a
nephew, who has made application for
the office of superintendent of the coast
and geodetic survey, and to be stationed
at this city.
The Gunboat Bancroft.
The gunboat Bancroft has left Syracuse
and started for Alexandria. Egypt. She
will proceed to Constantinople after being
docked and repaired at Alexandria.
The '97 "Duqnesne Special" Bicycle
is the perfection of style, finish and ma
terial. Essentially a gentleman's mount.
Catalogue tells why; free for the asking.
Equipped with the new Doollttle auto
matic brake. Greatest improvement
since the pneumatic tire. At your ser
vice for a trial; no charge.
PUOU iiSNK'MKc;. CO., I'lttRbnrsr.Pa.
Makers of distinctly high-class bi
cycles. Aireney. -WASHINGTON CYCLE CO.,
NO. lllo Oth st. nw.
LAFAYRTTE GYPSY BARON'
Beginning Easter Monday, April 19.
CASTLE SQUARE OPERA CO.
Chas. M. Southwell, Manager.
THE GYPSY BARON.
PRICES Evening, 7Gc, GOc, 25c; matinee,
60c. 25c. All reserved.
SEATS NOW ON SALE.
Saturday Matinee Only.
Direction or Daniel and Charles Frohman.
Tonight (only time),
Saturday Matinee (last time),
Saturday Niuht Fare well Performance.
Act I Carmen. Act II Camllle.
Act III Frou-Frou. ActlV-Camille.
Next Castle Square Opera Company.
Attracting Throngs of Sick People
to the Offices on Thirteenth St.
Infused Into the Suffering acd
Despairing by the The of I'rc-
fessor ilniiyon's "Wonderful
If vou are tired of being dosed to death
by old school methods, try Munyon. If
you are tired of paying big doctor's bills,
try Munyon. If you are tired of suffering.
try Munyon. If you have a disease that
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clared incurable, trv Munyon. If you Inn e
a maladv of aay kind and you want it
cured quickly, pleasantly, and for' all
time, try Munyon.
THESE PEOPLE HAVE
Tried Munyon and Been Cnred hr
Hls Hemedfes and Home Treat
Mrs. Lewis H. Clarke, temporarily re
siding at 045 Q, street northweot, Wash
ington, D. C, but whose home address is
Atlanta, Ga , says: "I suffered for many
years with Latarrh aud Broncldal trouble,
and was treated by many physicians
without securing any permanent relief.
Since last August 1 had no sense or smell
or taste. 1 was treated by a well-known
specialist in Richmond. Va., for a month,
but was no better after his treatment than
before I began. I decided to come to
Washington and try Munyon's Specialists.
After a short course of treatment by them
l find that both my sense of taste and
smelling have returned, and 1 have been
greatly benefited generally. 1 desire to
heartily recommend Munyon's wonderful
Iiffect of One Hay's Tso.
Mr D. J. Doran,521 Tenth street, Wash
ington, D. C, savs: "After only one day's
use of Muii on's Kidney Cure I llnd that
all my pains caused by that disease have
MTTNYON'S LLECTBIC MACHINE.
Cures Paralysis, Stiff Joints, Neu
ralgia, Nervous Diseases, and
All Muscular Pains.
Have vou seen it?
Have vou a pain or an ache that you
would lfke to get rid of in from two to
five minutes? Have you any stiff joints
or paralyzed limbs? Are you extremely
nervous? Are vou weak and despondent?
If so, don't hesitate to make UhC of the
machine. It is here for your benefit.
Muiiyon'o Remedies Cure.
Headache relieved In five minutes.
Colds checked in a few hours.
Coughs eased In thirty minutes.
Asthma relieved ia five minutes.
Rheumatism cured in a few days.
Sore throat cured In three hours.
Colic cured iu ten minutes.
Clullsand fever broken at once.
Kidnev and Briglit's Disease positively
cured. Indigestion and all Stomach Trou
bles quickly cured with Munyon's Dyspep
insomnia. Nervous Diseases, Liver Com
plaint, Constipation, Piles, Neuralgia,
Catarrh, and all Female Complaints have
been robOed of their terrors.
Kverv druKgist sells them mostly 23
cents per vial.
Whatever vour trouble, call and i-onsult
Muuvon's Spt.cialists. No money is re
ceived upon any account from patients
for advice or medical attention, and there
is no obligation to buy iuedicine.s.
Open all day and evening-. Sunday,
1 to 5 p. m.
G23 Thirteenth Street X. "W.
Tonight and all the week.
Matinee Saturday only.
DANIEL FitOHMAN's GKKATEST
LYCEUM TTJEATEK SUCCESS,
Next Week WALKER WHITESIDE.
FRIDAY AFTERNOON, ArRIL23,
AT 3:30 P.M.,
GRAND OPERATIC PLAY OF
Br PROFESSOR SHELDON'S PUTILS.
Seats now on sale. aplo-tf
Aparlomv vr"E" enormous
iicaueniy comedy eason hit.
Jloyt's Best nay,
A TEXAS STEER
All Dress Circle Seats 25
All Orchestra Circle Seats CO
All Orchestra Chairs 75
Next Week ED w. H ARRIGAN In bis de
lightful creation, "OLD LAVENDER."
EH' NATIOVAI, TIIKXTEIi
Every Evening and SaturdayMatlnee.
Next Week DIGBY BELL and Laura
Joyce Bell in "A Midnight Bell" and "The
GRAND OPEKA HOUSE.
Kkrnajt R-fb. Managers.
Week Commencing: APJRI.L 12.
Mr. D. A. BONTA'S COMPANY IN
SIR CHARLES YOUNG'S
Sensational Society Drama,
Jim, The Penman
(Arrangemcntwlth A. M. Palmer)
Presented by a Strong Cast ot
METKOPO LIT AN A ltTITS.
Kcsn'.ar lrlc in. S.. 30 and 75c.
All Seats Couponed.
Next Week J. Barton Key's Opera,
Comedy and Vaudeville Co., including
George K. Fortesque.
TTEKSA-N's LYCEUM TIXKATJHt
ALL THIS Y.-EEIC.
Mats. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Flrsccune in Washington of the sensational
Next Week Morris' 20th Century Maid.
Benning Race Course.
Saturday, April 17
to Saturday, Ap il 24,
Five Races Each Day. .
First Race Called afc 3:15. .
Special trains, direct to track, leav&
Sixth Street Station at 205 and 2:30
p. in.t returning immediately after las)
B. 8. noWLAND, President.
BEN H ELLEN, Secretary.
Subscribers' tickets now ready.
RATES OF ADMISSION:
dock, $1.50. Ladies, 50c.
Ladies aomiueurree on opening day.
COLOMBIA TflEATnR, APRIL I8-F.YMS
CUBAN HOSPITAL FUND
Program Very Select, Including
HALEY S BAXD.Pror Haley.
Mrs LEWIS, soprano, of the Willard.
Mrs. ECGENE CuFFIN, accompanist. .
MADRID MANDOLIN QUARTET, Profi
Arthur Yundt. )
VtoI. JULIAN H RHODES, vidinist. '
BYRON G. HARLAN, tenor. 1
Miss ELLEN C RHODES, dramatic reader,
Prof WHEAT. pianist.
Irof EUGENE COFFIN, saxophone. ,1
Prof. BEEBE, barytone.
WASHINGTON CONCERT COMPANY
QUARTET, Mr. J. H. Cr.thell, Mis3
Ella A Knight, contralto: Miss tfalney
Rennet, soprano; Thomas L Jones, ten
or, and other well-known artists.
Tickets for sale at the following hotels:
Arlington, Biggs, "Willard s, laleigh,
Ebbitt, Regent, National, Metr politan,
Km rich, St James, Emmet House and
Mrs W BAKERSAVILLE, Chairman Com
mittee on Program.
FOR CABIN JOHN
Glen Echo Chautauqua
Athletic Bicycle Park.
Take Electric Cars at 36th st. and Pros
pect are. J
The Green (F street) Electrics take you
to the spot. (
Most beautiful scenery in the District.
In sight of the Potomac all the way.
At National Tark.
WASHW&TOJ TS. EICMOID
Prices 25 and 50 cents. (
Game called at 4.HO o clc ok It
Ladies holding cards admitted free ta
park and grand stand.
positively last week
The Crystal -Maze
427 Seventh St. N. W.
NEW VIEWS ADDED TODAY.
SEASON NOW RAPIDLY CLOSING.
Daily, 2:30, 4.30 and S:15 p- in.
SPECIAL EXHIBITION SUNDAi EVEN
INGS AT 8:15 P. M.
A. J. DIAZ,
The Exiled Cuban Fastor and Patriot
will relate his wonderful
experience In f
Illustrated by Stereopticon Views,,
At the First Baptist Church, -
lGth and O Sts. N. W
Saturday evening, April 17, at 7 45 o'clock1.
Admission.. .. 23 eta.
The board of ladv managers will give art
excursion for the "benefit of GARFIELD
MEMORIAL HOSPITAL to Indian Headt
returning to 11a rsliall Hall for plank shad,
dinner, on EASTER MONDAY, April 19,
lbl) , on Steamer Macalester.
MARINE BAND, music and dancing.
Steamer leaves wharf at 2-?u p. m.,
returning at 9:30 p. m. Tickets S2, in
cluding dinner, to be had at boat or of
Every day In the year fcr Fortress
Monroe. Norfolk, Newport News and
all points South by the superb, pow-
erful steel palace steamers "New-
port News." -Norfolk" and Wash
ington," on the following schedule: j
Lv. Portsm'tii. :t0 pm
Lv. Norfolk... 6:10 pm
Lv. Fr.Monroo :.0 pm.
Ar. A!exand'.i BSOaa
Ar. Wash'gtoa U: 0 am
Lv. Wasli'pfton 7:01 pin
Lr. Alexandria 7j pm
Ar. Ft. Monroe (J:.0 am
Ar. Norfolk... 7:10am
Ar. Portsm'tii 8:00 im
Visitors to Cbamberlin's new hotel.
"The Hygeia," and Virginia Beach
will find this the most attractive
route, insuring a comfortable night's
Large and luxurious rooms heated
by steam and fitted throughout with
electric lights. Dining room service ia
ft la carte, and is supplted from tha
best that the markets of Washingtoa
and Norfolk afford. j
Tickets on sale at U. S. Express
office, 817 Pennsylvania.nvenue;513,
610, 1421 Pennsylvania avenue; B.
& O. ticket office, corner 15th street
and Now York avenue, and on board
6teamers. where time table, map, etc.,
can also he bad.
Any other information desired will
be furnished on application to the un-'
dersigned at the "conmnny's wharf.'
foot of 7th St.. Washington. D. C
Telephone No. 750.
3NO. CALLAHAN, General Manager. '
"QutcL'est and Safest Route?
Dally (except Sunday), at 10 a. m..
returning reach tne city at; 2:30
p. m. FARE, ROUND TRIP, COo.
Admission tc grounds. 25a ELE
with Mount- Vernon aamission coupon,
for salo at wharrWid av hotels.
JU. L. ElxAKE. Captain.