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THE MOBKIKQ-, TIMES, SATTJKPAY, APBIL 17, J 897.
JJaso ball and bat froo.
Suits for $3.95
Here is good news to you
mothers who have put off
biding the boy's faster
Suit until now. As a special
Easter offering we shall sell
Boys' Short Pants Suits,
carefullv made, finely finish
ed, worth S3.50, $4, $4.50
and $5, for only $2:95.
Spring weight sizes from
4 to 14 years.
Parker, Bridget & Co.,
Clothiers, 315 7th St.
A FEW LEFT.
"We will huve a few 1897 model
Wcjck'h that e have been elliiii;
at the extraordinary irice of. $30
on wale today. It is our intention
to have for the bicycle public
bicvelos at all prices. Tliefee !?30
bicycleK are worth $30. They nro
new and have been ndvertited by a
prominent mulier at $100. We have
removed the name plate in order to
protect the mnfeerts agents.
Thehe burjrntus cannot Jast lonp.
We had a few car londs, hut they
ure goinp; rapidly. Call early aud
make your selection.
If you don't like the looks of this
wheel, we Inive plenty of other
bargain i" second-bund and fchoi
worn -whcelh and can surely salt
A. G. SPALDING & BRO-,
1018 Pa. Ave.
g Jioc uicycie rumps i uc a
ft WWW ""
At popular prices.
The J. &B. Flyer
Aflrst-class whoeL fully C 0 Cfl
Tho ENVOY- (rnrnn
Peer of them all 40.UU
Tlio OLIVE- ffinnnn
With the p!nlcE3 crank. J) I U U . U U
Remember vou can order your wheel
from u ntteil with tne fatuous STOD
DER rU"CTOBELESS TIRE with
out extra charge.
JONJES & BTJUR,
513 9th St. N. W.
I; i I I y hsvo m ailo a step
"'' to moot the public.
Wo aro selling high-grade wheels in
adrauco of tho times, 03.
GEO. L. HALEY. C03 E St. ST. W-
Cabin John, Glen Echo and
Wo deliver freight or all descriptions
&ioDB the Conduit road ns far as Cabin
John Bridge and on th Tenleytown road
Kt very reasonable rates.
SPRINGMA.?N S EXPRESS.
Telpphone 263. HutchixiR BulUHnc
Ceres' Flour mut.es nioro Bread,
makeH whiter Bread, makes bettor
Breud. than any other flonr manu
factured. Beware of imitations of
the Brand "Ceies."
for salt; BY ALL GRQCETtS.
XHU CHAMPION'S TI1XJMB.
PhysieiaiiK Say That tho Injury
Its Not Serious.
New York, April 1G. Fitzsimmons to
day haw a plij'bicinn about his Injured
thumb, and was told that the injury did
not amount to much and would be all
right within a few months.
Fitzslmmonb says that Kid McCoy has
no right to expect a match with him unless
be docs something to warrant it. He ad
mits that McCoy is clever, but thiukb that
be is oven caching himself.
Races at Cambridge.
Cambridge, Mas-s . April 1G In the an
nual 'varsity games of llarvaid A. A. Evan
HoMster finished Tir-t in the 1 alf mile, in
the splendid time of 1.34 2-5, breakiig
the record. Dick Grant broke another Har
vard lecoid, doing the mile in 4 27 Tom
Burkeian an exhibition quart crinO.CO 2-5.
Dartmouth Final Trials.
Hanover, N H, April 1C The final
trials for the Dartmouth relay team were
held this arternoon. The successful can
didates were Cant. Eolscr 11. Christopher,
07; Airred W. Boston, '99; and U. C.
Princeton Nine Leaves, Home.
Princeton, X. J., Aptll 16. The mem
bers of the baseball team left on their
annual Southern trip today.
Old Globe Near Death.
Baltimore, April 16. The famous trot
ting horbo. Globe, has pneumonia, and it
Is thought he caunot recover.
Haltlgan's Pocket Manual. A look for
borne, school, office, workshop. All book
Flatulence is cured by BCECHAM'S
TOO FAST HHMHGHHDID
The Senators Won the Second
Game From the Visitors.
MOLESWORTII WAS WILD
The Content Was Close Until tho
Sixth Inning, "When the Big
Leaguers Took the Lead and
Steadily Increased Their Total.
Pitcher StultzV. Good Form.
Richmond "failed to go the distance," as
the horsemen' say at Bennlng, and were
loatcn at National Park johterday arter
noon like a lot of jelling platers in a field
The minor leaguers rnn a very good race
until they reached the htretch, then quit
anil allowed the Senators to pass them as
ir they were tied to a post or anchoi ed to a
For the first five Innings the visitors
made It a nip and tuck order, but in the
bixth the Statesmen pulled away with
three rutib to spare, and In the stretch In
creased the total to nine. Another run was
added in the eighth, which gave the big
leaguers ten tallies altogether.
Manager Wells bhuflled up his team and
took d hand in the game himself. "Elsie
from Chelsea" was sent to lelt field and
"Roddy" Tostor donned the mask and
mit in place of Sellable, who was given a
day's rest that he mlghtcalm hibright arm.
Stultz, another member of the F. F. V.
German band, was deployed on the rubber
Tor the lit st part, and while he toed the
blab the big leaguers had trouble in lindlng
the ball except in the sixth inning, when
they laid on Win for three singles, which,
with a fetoleu base, hit by pitcher of Cart
Wright, and a base on balls to Norton, utt
ted three runs.
Stultz is, without doubt, the best of
"Wells' repertoire of twirlers, and had Jake
kept him in the game the score might
liae remained close. But, then, Jake has
fish to fry in the Atlantic League, and
perhaps used good judgment in bavmg
Stultz's wing for effecthe percentage
figures later in the season.
When Stultz was blanketed and sent to
the btable, "Wells trotted out "Pudge'
Molesworth, who was a Senator for one
game in 1S95, and who aided and abetted
a sky rocket exhibition of hitting in Phila
delphia on July 4, of that year.
"Pudge," who ib a fcecond edition -of
"Jeenis" Galvin, in physical proportion,
could not have split the plate with an
as, and in the portion of an inning he
operated, he foiced in two runs, wltii
liases on balls, and stung Johnny O'Brien
on the hip with an inshoot, that sent the
clever second baseman limping to first.
Molesworth reaped that it was not a
good day for his south paddle, and in He
niidbt of his tribulation, with the bases
full of prancing Senators, he begged Mana
ger "Wells to take him out. Jake readily
acquiesced, and "Pudge" walked to the
bench. Chcsbro, nlso a left-hander, took
his place, but the tide wn-. too heavy Tor
hlni to stem, and he hnd to buffer a couple
Of hard singles rrom the bats of Reilly
The game was devoid of heavy hitting.
The Senators plunked out ten singles while
the Blue Birds could only make l.alf as
many. Mercer pitched five innings and
Norton finished the game. "Old Reliable"
Jim McGuire caught the entire game, which
was his first continuance performance
this year. Nothing strange about that,
however, as it is his habit to staud behind
the bat day after day should the emergen
cies of the case require.
The Senators scored in their half of the
first on a base on balls to Selbach, his
steal or second, and McGuire's hit to right
field. They were blanked until the sixth,
when, after De Montreville's fly out to
center, Selbach drove the ball to left for
a base. Al stole second, and registered
on McGuire's blngle between short and
third. Jim reached second on O'Brien's
out to Wells, unassisted. Cartwright was
grazed by a pitched ball, and when Foster
let a low drop escape his nut, McGuire
came home. Cartwright reached third
on Foster's mishap, and tallied on Abbey's
drive to lert.
Lush opened the seventh by strlkmg out.
By bases on balls to DeMontrevillc aud Mc
Guire, O'Brien hit by Molesworth, base on
balls to Cartwright and Abbey, with a
stolen base bj De.Momrellle, sandwiched
in, aud clean hits by Riley and Norton, live
runs were scoied. The Blue Birds went
up in the air during the inning and 'luug
the ball about as if it was a lawn tennis
arrair. In the melee Charley Riley was
nabbed at the plate after he had made a
most heroic slide In an effort to score
The tenth tally "was garnered in the
eighth on Selbach's base hit, a steal of
second, and Foster's wild throw.
Richmond scored in the first inning on
Foiter's single to left center, his bteal or
second, and Elsey's hit to lert In the
seventh Capt. "Wells drew a bae on balls,
purloined the second sack, and registered
on Stultz's hit to right center.
Mauy fair Tans availed themselves of the
privilege of lady's day, and a number of
the oabt or the Nethersolo and "Texas
Steer" companies were present. The total
r,ttnrt.ince was 974. The score:
Lush, r. r
DeMont, s. 6
Selbach, 1. f
O'Brien, 2b.. ..-
Abbey, c- f
AB. R. n.PO.A.E.
5 U 0 O 0 0
4 .'t 2 1
3 2 2 5
3 10 1
2 2 0 15
...30 10 10 2711 1
Eberfeldt, 3b ...
Marr, r. f
Kaln, c. f
AB. R. II.PO.A.E
TJnrtn' W 3
Stultz, p 3
Molesworth, p 0
Chesbro, p 0
5 2410 2
1 0 000351 x 10
10OO0O10 0 2
Lerton bases "Washington, 7; Richmond,
5. First base on balls Off Mercer, 1;
off Norton, 1 orr Stultz, 4; orf Moles
worth, 3; off Chesbro. 2. Struck out
Bv Mercer, 2; by Norton, 3; by Molesworth,
How Are Your Kidneys?
Ever Have Your Back Ache?
mate Healthy Kidneys
and tho Back Strong.
Healthr Kidners purify tho
1 acid and all other poisons or
Pure blood means perfect
jcurs nonaa. i
jonsa. un. Dr. Hobbs Sparapus Kidney
Pills cure Bhentnatiem,Is'euraleia. Gout, Bright' Die-
PiKs cure KheumaUem, Keuralgia. uout, otbbuuib.
ease. Diabetes; Drop?-. Eczema, Anaemia. Pains In Ab
domen, Backache. Kidney Weakness, and all Inflam
mation of the Kidners. Phrsicians and drncgiBte re
commend them. Kte. a box. Tetimoninln from thpn
Baods. norms itEnrur co- rnirAoo asu sas fiujicisco.
HOW IS TO VR I1 VF.Vi. 7 Dh. HOBBB JjlHiB
Ixrcn Pnxs act promptly, but don't gripe,
HOBBS KE.MED2 GO.,Proiirictor8,Chicago
Jr. IIobb- IMllte, For Sale by
HENRY 13VA2CS. "Vllblesnle and
038 F st. nw. nnd Conn, ave, nnd S
st. nw., "WushJDgton('D, C,
1; by Stultz, 5. Stolen bases Be Mont,
Seloacn -, wcJuIre, Mercer, Norton, Wtjer
feldt, Wells. Bit by pitcher By Stultz,
Cartwright; by Molesworth, O'Brien.
Passed ball Foster. "Umpire-Mr. John
Ileydler. Time of game 2 hours and 10
At Lancaster, Pa,
Lancaster 3 11 0 0 02 0-111
Brooklyn 30000000 03
Hits Lancaster, 12; Brooklyn, 10. Er
rorsLancaster, 3; Brooklyn, 3; Batteries
"West aud Ilolh; Korwin and A. Smith.
At New York
New York 300 12004 x 13
Syracuse 10000000 0 1
Hits New York, 19; Syracuse, -l. Er
rors New York,3; Syracuse, 6. Batteiies
MeCklu, Dolieny, "Warner, and "Wilson;
"Willis, Lampe, and Ryan.
At Bridgeport, Conn.
New Yorlc University.. 20000002 2 G
Bridgeport 20 20001 0 03
Hits New YorkUuiverslty.G; Bridgeport,
8. Errors New YorkUniver.-,ity,G; Bridge
port, 0. Batteries Foster and Keanc;
O'Kourke and Lynch.
At AVliibteil, Conn. First game "Wtnsted,
2; Boston, 8.
Second game Winstcd, 3; Boston, 10.
At Newport News
Ynle 2 0 2 0 10 1 1 x-10
Uampton 0 2 0 110 0 0 04
Hits Yale, S; Hampton, 0. Enois
Yale, 3; Hampton, 6. Batteries Wallanand
Bartlett", Eanglit and Marshall.
At Ithaca llochester, 8; Cornell, 3
Baltimore 2 3 0 0 3 0 2 0 0-10
rrinceton 0 00000010- 1
BaFC-hlts Baltimore, 14: rrinceton, 1.
Errors Baltimore, 1; rrinceton, 4.
FORFEIT MONEY POSTED.
Jnnncy nnd Jolnihon Will F.'glit
Next Thursday Niglit.
The next local pugilistic event will be
the meeting at Sliibenei'H Suburban Bond
House on the Bladcnsburg pike next Thurs
day night, the 22dinst., between Jim Jnn
ncy, the colored middleweight, and Chris
Johnson, of Baltimore.
Tlie men aie to weigh In at 1-lP potnids
at 3 o'clock of the afternoon of the contesr,
and their hackers have posted $25 foiMt
each at The Times office to guarantee
weight and appearance at the ringside .is
per articles of agreement.
Al Hereford; the well-known Baltimoie
p-omoter of lie-tic affairs, is behind John
bon, and ycstciday mailed The Times his
check for S25 to be held as a guarantee for
the weight and appearance of Johnson.
Manager Stubener has also deposited a
like amount on the pnrtof Januey.
The bout will be held under the auspices
or the Eat Washington Athletic Associa
tion. Jimmy La rontnlne informed The
TIme JaM. night that another match had
been arranged between Pat Kacdynnd Hue
PecUham and that the fight would be pulb'd
off on the night of Apill 29 bcfoie the
Toung Men's Athletic Club.
FIGHT I'lCTinnS READY SOON.
Stuurl Not Afraid of Anti-Vituscope
New York, April 16 -Dan Stuart, the
promote! of theCorbett-Kitslmmons fight,
got to work early today to make the final
arrangements for the exhibition of the
vitascopc picture. Stuart states that
nlwut four-fifths of the 11,000 films have
been developed successfully
Nearly all the nrrnugements for the
simultaneous exhibitions in thirty-fiVe
cities have been completed.
Stuart doffsnotappenrtobe much troubl-d
with reports of adver-c legislation.
Truelt Sloppy til For.ytbr.
Forsythe, Ind., April 1G. Today's mccs
were ruu on a sloppy track Summaries
First race Five furlongs Ida Wagner,
3 to 1 , won; King Dance, SLtond, Little
Eyes, third. Time, 1.07.
Second race Three and a half fuilongs.
Scott Newman, 15 to 1, won; Knowles,
second; Dukeof Little Grove, third. Time,
Third race Seven- and a half furlongs.
Sullross. 3 to 2, won; Selden, second;
Freddie L. T., third. Time, 1.11.
Fnmtli race Six and a half fuilongs.
"Whlrlaway, 3 to 1, won; The Plutocrat,
second; Barry B., third. Time, 1:20 1-2.
rirth race Five furlongs Sicgrrlcd.
8 to 1, won; Uncns, second; Teeta Hay,
third. Time, 1:03.
The Newport Rncex.
Cincinnati, Ohio, April 1G.-AU of the
favorites were knocked down at Newport
today, second choices and ousiders getting
First race Fne and one-half fuilongs.
Duncan, Bell, won; Sierra Gorda, second;
Con Regan, third. Time, 1.10 1-2.
Second race-Four and one-half furlongs.
Lilliam liusell, won; The Doctor, second;
Doctor Ed, third. Time, 0:58 1-2.
Third race One mile and fifty yards.
John Sullivan, won; Parson, second; Imp,
third, lime, 1:50.
Fourth race Four fuilongf. GcorgieC,
won; Lady Irene, second; Miss C, third.
Fifth race Five furlongs. .Myth, won;
J. II. C, second; Suydam, third. Time,
Is Never Gocrt Unless Properly
.A Keutlenian remarked that lie had heard
so much of Tostum, the grain coffee, that
he concluded to try some at his house.
When it was served at tho breakfast table
it was a disappointment and didn't tate
half, as good as expected and it was aban
doned a& a failure.
A few days later at a six o'clock dinner
with a friend, the cup of coffee served -was
dark, rich, and fragrant. After drinking
about half the contents of the cup he was
asked by the hostess i fhe ever UBcd 1'ohtum,
the health coffee, and his reply was that
they tried It onco .and didn't like it It
was difficult to make him believe that
he had just drank a cup of it. "Ts it
possible that this delicious beveiage is
Postum? How do you make it?"
The hostess smiled and remarked that
it was her experience that cooks quite
generally blundered when preparing a new
article for the first time. "But if you
will insist on their boiling Fostum fifteen
minutes, boiling, not warming it, you will
produce a delicious beverage that our
family, children and all, could not get on
This incident leads to the remark that
if there be any who have been kept rom
the use of the genuine Tostum Cereal by
the slovenly preparation, a new tiial -with
reasonable care will correct tho first im
pression. It is used and valued by the
great majority of citizens, and It is the
desire of the makers that it be known
favorably to all. Made at BatUe Creek,
A reliable grocer will never offer a cheap
or weak imitation of the genuine original
article because he happens to make a littlo
extra profit. But it Is well to observe
that when genuine r'ostum Cerealcoffee
Is ordered, that you get Postum and not a
Bpurlous Imitation dffcted a "just &b
An Easter Carnival
'r '. AT WASHINGTON'S GREATEST SHOE STORE.
The expense of Easter "fixing up" is a considerable item to every family, and the saving on the price of
Shoes offered by this "Shoe Carnival" is worth looking into well. We have prepared for Jelen
trade in our history, and every style of new and fashionable footwear is here at Pnce pf 7."? down ton
to sell at. Bii the children One thing to remember-you get the same shoes here as down town
at little morejthan half F street and Avenue prices.
LADIES' EASTER SHOES-
LADIES' TAN BOOTS in
lace the new ; fashionable
shades, in chocolate, etc. This
is an extraordinary price for la
diesj high shoes.? Latest
shapes. only J.....1, SfJ'
EXTRA QUALITY Tan La-'
dies' Boots very finely made,
stitched and finished fash
ionable chocolate shades and
correct coin und opera (r ,
LADIES' BLACK Boots in fine
Vici Kid a special bargain, in
deed worth much more, r
Special Easter price.; "
.. Vt .! ' - 1 .. 5V
5T0LLS, "810" SEVENTH
'4 thing the most fashionable and cor- $2
Q rect in style, ancLyQti!!! pay less here gj
; - - ii
S Prince Albert Suits, j
3 Cutaway Suits, S
Plaid Suits, g
i K4 Bicycle Suits, g
A Hats, Gloves,
g 910912 F
GJSOHGKTOW2C VS. l'KINCELOX.
The LociIn Hope to TaUe a Game
From tlie 'i'JgerK.
Tlie net great attraction on Georgetown
Field is the game this nfti-inooa between
the "Blue and Gray" and rrinceton. The
eKcellcnt showing nude by Gcoigetown
against Yale on Thursday Indicates that
the local boys will give the "Tigers a
hot argument for the game. Princeton
lias been playing a strong, game rtnee
the opening of its season, and hop-'sto con
tinue to add to its string of victories by
taking at least one of Hie games fiom
Georgetown, which it plays again ou Mon
Manager Collins expects a large crowd,
as the visitors have always be. a a great
attraction and a strong drawing rard.
Captain McCarthy has taken his players
in hand and will see to it thai they put
up the game they are capable of playing.
Tlie teams will line up as iumv-.
Bradley, c f .
Easton, 1. f .
Altman, r. f .
Butler, s. s.
Kelly, c. f.
McCarthy, 1. f.
Lamb, r. f.
Reardon, h. s.
Game will be called at 4:15 o'clock iharp.
BrJblc Easier Business.
Tennillc, tho go-hhead clothier of No.
709 Seventh street, is making business
hum in his establishment. He is suit
ing" and "top coating" hundreds of swell
dressers from his handsome spring Btock
of tailor-made garments, and doing it at
fabulously low prices, too. Mr. Ten
nille'B announcement in today's Times is
a corker, and -well -worth reading, as there
are some unusually attractive offerings
for investors in Easter suits for people -who
want their dollars to go a.lpng "way. Read
Tennllle's "ad." u ii
Try Bottle EureuBJcIi Milk.
James S. J. Clark, Diry Farm, Burnt
HUB, 1& q lm'
A JL 4 te Hhses J
LADIES' TAN OXFORDS
in new '97 colors fashionable
shapes and toes very well made
and stylish shoes worth
at least twice whatwe ask y -'
ABLE Spring Tan Boots made
up specially for our fine trade.
We guarantee every pair to be
rnrrpr.t in shaoe and color.
Wear also. Coin and
LADIES' VICI Kid Oxfords,
stylish spring footwear well
madeand correct iu shape
and toe. Special y
A full line of Ladies' Bicycle Leggins.
"Tell the conductor to let you off at StolPs.
everything for your
and latest of every-
Neckwear, Shirts. H
to Hen, j
Acauemy comldy reason hit.
Mat. Today, 15, 25, 50c.
A TEXAS STEER
) AU I)ress Circle Seats .25
PRICES f AU Orcliestra Circle Scats .50
j All Orche&tra Chairs 75
Next Week-ED W. n ARRIGA.V In his de
lightful creation, "OLD LAVENDER."
ilUST PAY A PENALTY.
Contractor Thomas Asl$ Conunis
sionerfe for ilore Time to Finish.
The building department of the District
and C. Thomas & Son have had a conten
tion over tlie unfinished condition of the
engine house at the corner of North Capitol
aud Qumcy streets northwest, which nuouui
have been completed by the first day of
Tho contention Involved the penalty
which may be imposed upon the contrac
tors for any delay which is property
chargeable to them, and which amounts to
$L-4 per day.
Mr. Thomas yesterday asked the Com
missioners for a delay of thirty days with
out penalty, -which would be an extension
until May 1. The building inspector op
posed the request.
The Commissioners decided to release
the contractors from the payment of the
penalty of $10 per day, but charged them
-with the cost of inspection.
Come on Sunday tomor
row. An elegant country
Breakfast, Dinner or Sup
per. Over Penna. Bridge
and follow the blue signs.
The ideal family resort.
No Outrageqw Pricj?,
Men's Easter Sho
MEN'S High-grade Tan Shoes in every correct '97 spring
style. These are the same shoes that are usually sold at 4 they
are worth it. The line is most complete and includes all the new
shades-chocolate, oxblood, &c, and the fashionable g o
tnfrmnpc; Wall Street roifnd toe &c "
toe shaoes Wall Street round
MEN'S well-made and very handsome Vici Kid Tan Shoes
in moderate weights for spring. These shoes are durable and
exceedingly well" made. "We guarantee every pair. All (g o
the correct shapes. Very soft and pliable vjkj
MEN'S FINE PATENT LEATHER Shoes for Easter and
spring wear. The cheapest line of really fine quality Patent
Leather Shoes ever offered in Washington. Everj pair
should be $4.00. The right shapes ?
Tonight nnd all the week.
Matinee Satunlny only.
DANI1X ritOIIMAN'fl GK CAT EST
LYCEUM TIIUATUK hUCCIS.
Next "Vee-WALKER WHITESIDE.
FRIDA 1 AFTERN'OO.V.APRIL.23,
AT 3 30 r.M-,
GRAND OPERATIC PLAT OP
bt rROFnsPoa sheldon'S ruriLS.
Seats now on tale. apl5-tf
L,r.Y- I'TK r;Yi-Y bakov
Beginning Easter Monday, April 10.
CAb'lLE SQI'ARb Ol'fcRA CO
Chas M. Southwell, Manager.
THE GYPSY BARON.
PRICES Evening, 75c, COc, 25c; matinee,
50c. -Cc All reserved.
SEATS NOW ON SALE.
Direction or Daniel and Charles Frohruan.
Tonight Farewell Ferfurmance.
Act 1 Carmen. Act Il-Camille.
Att III Frou-Frou. ActlV-Camille.
Next Castle Square Opera Company.
"VTUW NATIOXAL. TUUATEIl.
Ufat. Today, 25, 50, 75c.
Next Weck-DIGBY BELL and Laura
Jojcc Bell in "A Midnight Bell" and "The
GltAIsU OPIJKA IIOUiE.
Kekkan t R fb Managers.
Week Commencing: AP-RTL. 12.
Mr D. A. BONTA'S COMPANY IN
SIR CHARLES YOUNG'S
Seusattonal society Drama,
Jim, The Penman
( Arrangementwith A. M. Palmer)
Presented by a Strong Cast of
Krstilur Trie'"; 1. SV"Oainl 75c.
All Seats CouiKined.
Next Week-J. Barton Key's Opera,
Comedv aud Vaudeville Co., including
George" K. Fortesque.
T7-EKA.Vs LVUbOll TUfcAl'UlS.
ALL TDIS WEEK..
Mats. Tuesday, Thursday aud Saturday.
Firsctimc In Washington or the sensational
r"a "SILLY DINNER."
Next Week Morris' 20th Century Malda.
COLUMBIA THEATER, APRIL 18 EYE7JHG
CUBAN HOSPITAL FUND
Program Verv Select, Including
nALEY S BANL-.Trof. Haley.
Mrs LEWIS, soprano, of the Willard.
"Mi-h Ki'GENE UUFFlN.atcompanist.
MADRID MAND0LLV ' QUARTET, Prof.
Prof r JULIAN II RHODES, -violinist.
BYRON G. HARLAN, tenor.
"Miss ELLEN C RHODES, dramatic reader.
i'ror. LEO WHEAT, pianist.
Prof EUGENE COFFIN, saxophone.
Frof. HEEDE, barytone. ,,,-
WASHINGTON" CONCERT COMPANY
Air. J. rl. CATI1ELL.
Miss ELLA A. KNIGHT, contralto.
Mrs. VOLAHNEY BENNETT, soprano.
THOMAS L. JONES, tenor.
Tickets for hdle at the rollowiDsr hotels:
Arlington. Klggs, Willard s, HalclBh,
Euuitt. Regent, National, Metropolitan,
Emrlch, St. James, Emmet House and
Columbia Theater. T rt
Mrs. W. BAKER SAVILLE, Chairman Com
mittee on Program.
NEW VIEWS ADDED TODAY.
SEASON NOW RAPIDLY' CLOSING.
Dally, 2:30, 4-30 and 8:15 p- in.
SPECIAL EXHIBITION SUNDAY EVEN
INGS AT 8:15 P- II. .
A. J. DIAZ,
Tiie Exiled Cuban Fastor nnd Patriot,
will relate his wonderful
Illustrated by Stereoptieon A lews,
At the First Baptist Church,
16tn and O Sts. N. W.,
Saturday evening, April 17, ab7 :45 o cloclc
AUrolsslon 25 eta.
At National Park.
MHMTOff TS. EICHIOND
Frices 25 and 50 cents.
Game called at 4:30 o clock. It
Game called & o clock Tickets 50 centa.
positively last week
The Crystal Maze
427 Seventh St. N. W.
The board of ladr managers will give an
excursion for the benelit or GARFIELD
MEMORIAL HOSPITAL to Indian Head,
returning to Marshall Hall for plank shad
dinner, on EASTER MONDAY, April 19,
1SD7, on Steamer Macal ester.
MARINE HAND, music and dancing.
Steamer leaves wharf at 2:30 p. m.,
returning at 9:30 p. m. Tickets $2, in
cluding dinner, to be had at boat or of
FOR OABlfy JOHN
Glen Echo Chautauqua
Athletic Bicycle Park.
Take Electric Cars at 36tn st. and Proa
The Green (F street) Electrics take you
to the spoc
Most beautiful scenery In the District
In sight of the Potomac all the way.
"WHY he left, the hotel table" ex
plained by Pastor E Ilez Swem. Sonday
niirht. Free pews Fourth st. and Va. ave.
SUNDAY, APRIL 18,
And every Sunday during April and Hay.
Ladies, are especially invited on thesO
Steamer CHAS MACALESTERwillleave
7th street wharf at 11a m. and 2:30 p.m.
LeavinjrMarshallHallatl-lo and 3:30 p.m.
FARE, ROUND TRIP, 25c.
DINNER, 75c, including the celebrated
Marshall Hall Clam Chowder
L. L BLAKE, Captain.
Every day In the year for Fortress
Monroe. Norfolk, Newport News and
all points South by tin- superb, pow-
erful steel palace steamers "ftew-
port News." "Norfolk" and "Wash-
lngton," on the following schedule:
Lv. Wash ston 7:01 pro Lv. I'ortsm'th. tM pm
Lv. Alexandria 7jJ0 pm Lv. Norfolk... 6:10 pm
Ar Ft. Jlonroe U:A) an. Lv. Ft.Monroe i : 0 pm
At. Norfolk... 7:J0 an r. A exand'a b0 am
Ar. Portam'th S:00 am r. Wash'gton 0:.0 aia
Visitors to Chaniberlln's new hotel,
"The Hvgela," and Virginia Beach
will Hnd this tlie most attractive
route, insuring a comfortable night a
Large and luxurious rooms heated
by steam and fitted throughout with
electric Hghta, Dining room t-ervice la
a la carte, and is supplied from tho
best that the markets of Washington
and Norfolk afford.
Tickets on sale at U. S. Express
office, 317 Pennsylvania avenue; 513,
619. 1421 Pennsylvania avenue; B.
& O. ticket oriice. corner 15th street
- and Now York avenue, and onboard
steamers, where tmiu tabic, map, etc.,
can also be Had.
Anj other Information desired will
be furnished on application to the an-
derslgnesl at the roimianv's wharf.
foot of 7th St.. Washington, u. u.
Telephone No. 750. '
J NO. CALLAHAN, General Manager.
"Quickest and Safest Route."
Dally (except Sunday), at 10 a. m
returning reach tne cltj at .-.do
p. m. FARE. ROUND TRIP. BOo.
Admission tc grounds. .o0. LLff
A NT C A FE ON TH E STEAMER. Tickete,
with Mount Vernon auniissioa couoon,,
Tor sale at whnrr and av hotels.
L. L. BLAKE, Captain.
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