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TELE HOEJSTOGr TIMES, SATUHDAT, AUGUST 7, 1397.
"Awfully Shrunken Prices"
At PARKER, BRIDGET & CO.'S.
The Continental Clothing Co.'s Stock of Men's and Boy's HighCIass Clothing Going
at Exactly Half Former Prices. -
No other house would have tlie "nerve" to offer this magnificent new stock of clothing at the ridiculous prices we have yfy
marked on it. Here we are offering you the pick of the finest and most desirable clothing at half price and some lots froin our own
regular stock at even less. The figures are awfully "shrunken" don't begin to cover the values they represent. 2 tttt
Xiau piiuc 1& all )uu pj
1 $4 to $15 Kail's Crash
I Suits for $2.25. '
un we've bunched nil the broken
fY lots or .Men 't Crash suits into one
" lanre aggregation ana will dose
) them out at a mere song today.
Ym ione or tnem are worth less
)) tnan 54, ana most or them are
Jill worm much more. The lot m-
)) ciuaet some or those line lni-
ported orasti faults that sold Tor
)) s-io mey will go in with tlie
)) resi to beciosed out today at just
I leu's Suits Half Price.
W) toc pick or tne Continental
i)) uiotmng co stock or butts at
( nairpnce. DiueandlJlack Serges
Ji in plenty. Help yourself at these
Hll ilen'e, 5?10 Suit are $5.00.
ft MeuV ia Suit are U.OO.
WJ) ilen' $15 Suits are $7.50.
) Alen'a $1U Sultb are $8.00.
) JJeu'a $20 Suits, are $10.00.
I Bathing Suits, 50c.
" Mpn'B Kino Klnnnpl Onp-tllPi
aien'8 liiue Flannel One-piece
jjatnmg feuitfi, nicely nmshed
wiui white braid. soldror$l.25.
in ever ror less. U'o go today at
ii 50c -
J! Pants, 75c.
n ttere is tne lowest price ever
K rcacned ror any kind" or Bicycle
H) .rants, we cave only 20 pairs
WW or odd' pants, m bizes 34 to
)m 4U- Iert rro111 tDc larKe iot we
((( naa at tne oegmntng ot tne week.
((( 'Jo clear uicm up today, take
Tour cnoicc ror
I Bicycle Coats, $1.00.
jtjc just tnink or it. uicycle Coats
ior $i. Aiignt as well give tnetu
lili away. Only 2d left Speak
GUIE FULL OF ERRORS
Brooklyns Make Seven Unearned
Buns in Two Innings.
THEN GERMAN TRIED HIS HAND
The "Work of the Senators In the
Field of a Kind Calculated to
Give Their Pitchers a Very Tired
Feeliog "Wnjjuer Trying: to Buy
Brooklyn, 15; Washington, 5.
BostoD, 0; Bnltiuiore, 5.
2sew York, O; Philadelphia, 2.
Chicago, 7; Cleveland, 5.
Pittsburg, 5; St. Louis, 4.
"Washington at Brooklyn.
Baltimore at Boston.
'ew York at Philadelphia.
Pittsburg at St. Louis.
Cleveland at Chicago.
Louisville at Cincinnati.
Louisville 40 50 .444
Brooklyn. 36 48 .429
Washington... 31 54 .367
St. Louis 24 67
Brooklyn, Aug. 6. Today's game was
iost in the first two innings, when six hits
off McJarncs, three bad errors', and a
wild pitch sent eight Brooklyn runners
acrobs the plate. Then German went In
to pitch, but he was no more effective
than the Doctor. The Senators could not
eoIvc Chauncey Fisher's slow pitching until
thefifth anfi six Innings, when a collection
of nice hits tallied .five runs, all they could
get Tom Biown's aggregation made some
glaring errors at critical stages, however,
which helped the Iooais to pile up runs at
Tueie was fconie brilliant work In stops,
PARKER. BRIDGET & CO.,
O W. L. Pet-
Q Boston 59 27 .686
2) Baltimore.... 54 28 .659
3CS Cincinnati 54 28 .659
M New York... 50 33 .610
5 Cleveland.... 45 41 .523
5H Philadelpliia..42 46 .477
7)3 Chicago 41 48 .461
gC Pittskrg 39 46 .459
J-uvouuvciui )uuiawi vJUn wumuiij nvi oum iui aujmuig "
leu's Bicycle Suits
Here is tne way we propose to
clear oat all tlie broken sizes m
.Men's uicycic buits. lr you can
wear any or theee sizes yon will
be able to secure a fault at a tlilru
ot tne regular prices. Xou'll Have
to come early ror tuem. too:
Lots UOOli, 0713, 0710, 1HG2,
ovuu ana 0U.i0,8 Suits, sizes 35,
so, 36 and 40, that were formerly
to ana 0. To close, ciioicc
lots 0b&3, 1183 and 817, 4
suits, sizes 3b and 4.0, that wero
a ana $iu. 'Jo cloy;, cnoicc
Lots 0b7, 0905, 1180, 1181, '
tiOtsa, llti'J, 0743,7 Suits, sizes
a i , aa ana 4U, mat were 10.5ii
ana l. U.o clohe, your ctioice
Lots suo and 0800, 2 tsuits,
sizes at and 4Z Were 12 anu
?ih. ao close, your ciioice
jucn' V6c All-wool Koll-neck
sweaters, in blue, black, tan,
ana maroon, were 76c Isow
ou All-wool sweaters, superior
graae, m blue, black, gray, wutte
ana maroon, former price,
SI .00 Golf Caps, 50c.
All Atnietle .Shoes at liulr
ana ict3 ttiuu titiir price.
ladies' BatMng Suits.
W'liy pay regular prices Tor
.turning fauiCfc? uere ate tlie beat
qualities at a iniru ot tne prices
a&kea at tne large department
stores. Tliey are not in our line,
nencc tn?e ridiculous prices:
a Laaies' Uiuc flannel batbtng
buUb, irmnueu wun wmte brum,
iiegular price, U. l;"or
a Ladieo' mack Alpaca Bathing
uuits, tnitimeu wun wmte brain,
mat were $-i.ou ana 0. .For
a one-1 anded catch by Brown cutting off
a four baser for Anderson and caubinu an
ovation. ViiRley albo did ood work at
third, despite hl two errors. Alex. Smith
made a couple of star catches in light,
one of them on a teniflc line drive by
O'Brien, preventing a rally in the fifth.
At the oat Tucker and Shindig carried Oft
The rooklynR should have scored only
once in the first inning. Griffin got his
ftase on tails, but "was forced by Alex.
Smith, who vas In turn forced by Ander
eon. The latter tlole tecond and scored
on Shindle's single, which Selbach made
good for three bases by a muff: DeMontri
ville fumbled LaChance's grounder, after
wnlcli Shock's triple and Grim's single did
the Test. George Smith's, double, Griffin's
triple, Alex. Smith's scratch, a wild pitch,
"Wrlgley't errors, Shindle's. sacrifice and
LaChance's out In the second brought the
total up to eight.
McJames gave way to German, but er
rors by Deilontreville and German let in
another run in the fourth. O'Brien's muff
or a pop fly, G. Smith's single and doubles
by A. Smith and Shindle added three Jn
the rif th
The last trio were tallied in the seventh,
on three singles and a double.
The Senators had no chauce to score
until the fifth, when singles by ilcGuire
and Tucker and Onrieu's long fly let in
ucrmau's double, Selbach's triple, G.
Smith's fumble, ilcGuire'o single and Tuck
er's two-bagger sent four across the plate
in the sixth.
Earl Wagner has or'cred about $12,000
during the pastf ew daysf or certain players,
but cannot strike a deal. "
iirooklyn. H. II.ro.A. E.
A Smith, r. f 3 3 3
Anderson, 1. f 3 12
Shindle, 3b 2 4 1
LaChance, lb 2 1 12
Schoch, 2b 114
Grim, c 0 12
Fisher, p 10 0
G. Smith, ss 2 3 0
Burrlll, c 0 0 1
Totals 15 1G 27 13
Wasldngton. R. H.PO.A. E.
Selbach, 1. f...
Wrigfey, 3 b
German, p. 1
Totals 5 9 2415 7
Biooklyu 44013 03 Ox 13
Washington 000014 00 0 5
Earned runs Brooklyn, G; Washington,-
2 iirst base on errors Brooklyn, G;
Washington, 2. Left on bases Brooklyn,
7; Washington,?. Three-basehlls Grirfin,
Shock, Selbach. Two-base hits A. Smith.
Shindle, 2; G. Smith, Brown, Tucker, Ger
man. Stolen base Anderson. Sacrifice
bits Grim, Shindle. First base on balls
Off Fisher, 3; off McJames, 1; off German,
1. Struck out By Fisher, 1. Double
plays Slioch and LaChance; O'Brien, Dc
MontrevHIe and Tucker; G. Smith, Shock
and LaChance. Wild pitch McJames.
Time of game 1 hour and 38 minutes.
Umpire Mr. Emslle. Attendance, 2,281.
SEYMOUR'S GREAT PITCHING.
Steven Innincrs He Only Allows
the Sew Yorks One Hit.
Philadelphia, Aug. G.-Itwasdue to Sey
mour's remarkable pitching thatNew York
Wounds, Stings, Frost Bites.
Brazilian Balm is the best Antiseptic
dressing for fresh wounds known to sci
ence. It stanches bleeding, prevents
iuflamation and heals like magic. Pre
vents lock jaw ju all case. It cleanses
old sores and promotes granulation
when nothipg else will heal. Head
the wonderful testimonials undei this
head in the Brazilian Balm Circular.
Also takes lue paia out of the 6lings of
bees, wasps and hornets instantly; Cures
frost bites, no matter how old or Bevere.
No factory or home should be without it,
Too muoii praise cannot be
lavisned on tne excellence or
tne Continental Llotlilng Co.'s
stock or Hoys' Clothing and .Fur
nihnings. it was one or tlie best
beiectedintnecitj'. As they were
only in business a Tew months
orcourseitis brand new. W'eare
selling it along Willi tlie rest or
tne purenabcatexactly liairprice.
wny not buy your boy a liair
wmlc tbese prices
Wasli Suits, 95c.
a sjiiendirt assortment or Boys'
nttie Biouf-c Wnsn Suits, in slzeH
a to yearn, Wortli upward
or s3 'loday, ciioice
All ottier Hoys Salts re
duced exactly one-nnif, (is
Boys' $3 Suits for $1.50.
Boys' $4 SuitB for $2.00.
Boys' $5 Suits for $2.50.
Boys' $0 Suits for $3.00.
Boys $7 Suits for $3.50.
Hoys' $ Suits for $4.00.
won today. In seven innings Seymour al
lowed the locals but one hit, and that
an iufichl hit which Lajoie beat out in
the bccoud. On the ottier hand Hileld
was pie for the Xew 1'orks. Hits were
bundled with errors and bases on
ballb so fortunately that nine runs resulted
for the Giants. Store:
New York. R. U.PO.A.E.
Van Haltren.c. f 0 2 10 1
Tiernau, r. f 4 3 0 0 0
Uavi s. s 2 2 4 3 0
Gleason, 2b "... 2 13 4 0
Holmes, I. f 12 3 0 0
Clark, lb 0 1 13 0 0
Donnelly, 3b 0 0 0 10
Wilson, c 0 0 3 2 0
Seymour, p 0 0 0 5 1
Totals S112715 2
Philadelphia. R. II. PO.A. E.
Cooley, c. f 113 0 1
Dowd, r. f 0 0 10 0
Delehanty, 1. f 0 0 2 0 0
Lajoie, lb 0 10 0 0
Cross, 2b 0 0 110
Shugart.s.s 0 0 2 3 1
Nash, 3b 0 0 4 10
Boyle, c 0 0 C 3 1
Fifleld, p 110 4 0
Totals 2 3 27 12 3
Sew York 2 030 2 0 101-9
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0-2
Earned runs-New York, 5. Home run
Davis. Stolen bases Tiernan, Holmes,
Clark, Davis. Sacrliice hits-Shugart,
Holme:,. Left on bases New York, 7;
Philadelphia, !. Hases on balls-Ccoley,
2; Lajoie, Delehanty, Nash Davis, Don
nelly, Clark, Cross. First base on errors
New York, 1. Struck out-Firield, Cross,
Delehanty, Gleason, Clark, Donnelly, 2. Hit
by pitcher Clark, Double play Seymour,
Davis and Clark. Umpire Mr. Kelly. Tiiiie
of game 2 hours.
THE ORIOLES FIGHT HARD.
They Lose to Their Foremost IMvals
by One flan.
Boston, Aug. 6. Bunched hits In the
sixth and eighth won Boston an up-hill
game today. Both teams played fast ball.
Boston. E. H.POA. E.
Stivetts, o. f 12 2 0 0
leuney, lb 1
Long, s.s 0
Duffy.l.'f :... 1
Stahl, r.f 0
Lowe, 2b 1
Bergou, c 1
Klobedanz, p ' 0
Totals 0122712 2
Baltimore. ' K. H.PO.A.E.
McOraw,3b 0 2 0 4 0
"Qulun 0 0 0 0 0
Keeler, r. f 12 4 0 0
Jennings, s. s 0 116 0
Kelly, 1. f 12 2 0 0
Stcnzel.c.f 0 0 2 0 1
Doyle, lb 1 0 10 1 0
O'Brien, lb 0 0 2 0 0
Keltz, 2b 113 0 0
Clark, c 0 0 2 11
Poud, p 12 10 0
Kops, p. .-. 0 0 0 10
tCorbett 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 5102713 2
"Quiun substituted for McGraw in ninth.
tCorbett batted for Nopsin the ninth.
Boston 0 0 0 0 0 2 13 0-6
Baltimore 0 2 2 10 0 0 0 0-5
Earned runs Boston, 5; Baltimore, 3.
Two-basa hits Duffy, Pond. Three-base
hit Lowe. Dome run Kelly? Stolenbases
Duffy, Bergen. Bases on balls Off Klobe
danz, 2; off Pond, 2. Hit by pitched ball
Jennings. First base on errors Boston, 1;
Baltimore, 2. Left ou bases Boston, 8;
Baltimore, 7. Wild pitch-Pond. Struck
out By Klobedanz, 3; by Pond, 1. Double
play Lowe, Long, and Tenney. Umpire
Mr.Lynch. Time of game 2 hours and 25
A FOURTEEN INNING GAME.
The Pirates Defent the Browns In
an Exciting Contest.
Bt. Louis, Aug. 6. The Pirates beat
the Browns this afternoon in one ot the
longest and most exciting games of the sea
son, fourteen innings being required to de-
.. ;sv jjix-w mwui j
and Rubber Cqa$, $!
We nave Just a rew oFour fa
mous Boys' ifii.oi), 3, $1, and
5o aiackintoslies and ' Kubber
coats, wincn we will clear out
at less tnan cost tonay. Tako
your cnoice or tne lot at
Boys' Wash Panfe, 5c.
auo Boys' Wash PnntsitsizcH 3
to 0, rormeriy fold at 10c pair,
xour ciioice today
Boys'Pauts Half Price.
Boys 50c. l'nuts, iI5c.
Hoy' 75c. l'nuts, 38c.
Boys $1.00 1'uuth, GOc.
liuya' $1.50 Punt, 75c.
Buys' $1!.00 l'nuts, $1.00.
Boys' Idnen Collars, 5c.
ao dozen Boys Linen Collars,
sizes 12, 1a l-u, 13, 13 1-- and
14, tnut rormeriy sold at 10c,
or a ror aoc, will go today at
Boys' G-olf Caps, 15c.
2 dozen Bo ys'Uolf Caps, mostly
small sizes, in blue aim rancy
colors, cnoice toaay
Boys' "King" Shirt
Waists Half Price.
la dozen Boys' "King" Shirt
waists, in wnue ana rancy pav
teniH, sized b to 14. .No better
make or Shirt Waists in the
wond. Willlasvyouruoy uuttliiu
outgrows them. Sold ever yw hero
at :?i. lour choice today
3 15 7th St.
dde the contest. Attendance, 1,500. Score:
Tanneiidl, c. f ..
Smith, 1. r
Davis, lb ;...
Donovan, r. f.
Kly, s. s
5 18 42 27 3
Turner, r. f jT....f 1
Hartman, 3b :.... ..? '1
Grndy.lb ,'. 0
Lally, 1. r :... 1
Hallnlan, 2b 0
Cross, s.s t 0
Houseman, c. f O
Donahue, p 0
Totals '. 41242 20 2
PUtsburg .... 1 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 00 15
St. Louis 0 0 00040000000 0- 4
Earned runs-St. Louis, 1; Pittsburg, 8.
Two-base lilts Turner, 2; Halhuan, Tanne
hlll, Huillh. Three-basis hits Smith, Davis,
2; Ciots. Sacrifice hits Turner, Merritt.
Stolen bases Grady, Douglas, Jlurtm.in,
Padden, Davis, Donovan, 4; Cross. Double
plays Cross, Hallman and Grady; Dono
van, Merritt and Hawlcy. First base on
balls-Off Donahue, l; ofr Hawlcy, 2. Hit
by pitched ball Smith, Cross. Struck
out By Donahue, 2; by Hawlcy, 3. Wild
pitch Donahue. Time of game 2 hours
and 30 minutes. Umpire Mr. Hurst.
SAH FOH THE INDIANS.
Papa Anson'H Colts Defeat Them
In an Interesting Game.
Chicago, Aug. 6. The Colts took an in
teresting game from the Indians today by a
score of 7 to 5. Callahan's batting streak
and Dnhlen's fielding were the features.
2 2 0 3
1 3 210
Lange.c. f 2
Anson, lb 0
Kyan.r. f 0
0 0 0
0 13 2
0 2 0
Connor, 2b 0 0 6 5
Griffith, p 1112
Donoliuc.c 0 12 0
McKeun.s. 8. .
O'Connor.r. f. .
Pickering, c. f .
McAllister, c. .
11 27 22 5
0 2 2 0
0 10 6
0 14 2
0 0 13
2 8 1
0 0 0
Totals 5112413 4
Chicago 112 10 0 11 x-7
Cleveland 0 0 0 10 2 110-5
Earned runs Chicago, 1; Cleveland, 2.
First base on errors Chicago,?; Cleveland,
4. Lcrt on bases-Chicago, 8; Cleveland, 9.
First base on balls-Off Griffith, 4; ore Wil
son, 3. Struck out -By Griffith, 2; by Wil
son, l. Two-base hits Dahlen, Callahan,
McAllister. Sacrifice hits O'Connor, Con
nor, McCormick, Donahue. Stoloh bases
McCormick, 2; McAllister, 2; Lange, 2.
Double play Dahlen to Cohnor to Anson.
Passed balls McAllister, 2. Umpire--O'Day.
Time 2 hours and 10 minutes.
Attendance 4,8 00.
DOYLE VILIFIED L-YNCH.
Bopcnted the Offense Twice on
Boston, Aug. 6. First Baseman Doyle,
of the Baltlniores, called Umpire Lynch a
vile nam? today. He repeated it twice,
when Lynch struck him inthe eye. Doyle
tried to return the blow and the men
clinched. Before any more slugging could
be done the police interfered and Doyle
was put off the ground. Lynch umpired
the game through.
When the blow was struck the crowd
on the bleachers surged on to the field
and it was only by prompt work by the
police and the cool-headed players that
a. fight w-as prevented!
Ylctorv for Sunday Ball.
Cleveland, Ohio, Augv 6. Sunday base-
ball TVon Us first victory here today.
Judge Diskette overruled Judge Solder's
demurrer to tlie filing of the petition
claiming Sunday ball to be a nuisance.
As tlie case stands now, the petition is
filed, and Hie hearing on the nuisance
claim will proceed.
Tim Hurst Ileleased.
St. Louis, Aug. 0. Umpire Tim Hurst,
who was arrested last night on a charge
of throwing a beer glass into the crowd
at Cincinnati, seriously injuring a spec
tator, was this morning released on $000
At Buffalo -
Buffalo 001 1000 30-5
Syracuse 0000 0 0 01 U-3
llits-Buifulo, 8; Syracuse, 8. Ilrrcrs
Syracuse, 3. liatterie.s-iiurrnlo.Brownaud
Zuhuer; Syracuse, Willis and Shaw.
Toionto 4 0 2 0 2 20 10-11
Montreal 0100 0 1000- 2
Hits Toronto, 15; Montreal, 7. Errors
-Toionto, 2; Montreal, 0. Batteries To
ronto, Williams and Baker; Montreal, Gan
non and O'Ncil.
Bcianton 3 10 0 0 0 2 0 0-6
Providence 0 0 00 100 0 0-1
Hits Scranton, 13; Providence, 4. r-rors-Scranton,
3; Providence, G. Bat-etries-Stranton,
Harper and Boyd; Provi
dence, Brown and Dixon.
Among the Amateurs.
The Young Capitol Cl'.y's were defeated
by the Young Twiilers by the score of 15
to 4. Address challenge? to James Smith,
No. 308 Second street southwest.
The Island Stars defeated the A. A. C
Jr. by thej score of 13 to 11, and also claim
a forfeited game from the Park A. C.
The winning battery was W. Hayre, Hern
and Tifr.and the fielding of F.kiston was
of the gilt-edge order. Address challenges
to W. Hayte, No. 231 G street southwest.
Average, sixteen and under.
Denny Lyons expects to sign with St,
Tuck Turner Is backln the game for St.
Louis, at his old post In right.
Tucker took a brace at the has and mado
three hits off Brooklyn's sub twirler.
Joyce did not pity yesterday, and the
Giants showed an improvement in their
Sixteen hit's off McJames and German
shows the necessity of pitching Swuim
DeMontrcville hud plenty of work, to do
in Brooklyn, ,tnd failed to do all ot It In
Shugart played the first game with the
Stalhngs poople yesterday, and did not
do anything remarkable.
Score one for "Hilarious" Swalm The
big, lotvi-jointed Buckeye dragged Boston
down at Washington Cincinnati Post.
Fred Clarke still lajs his bat against
the ball with a regularity that must bo
refreshing to the soul of Louisville fans-
Seymour was in fine form yesterday,
the Phillies making but three hits on him.
Even Delehanty failed to get a bingle.
Selbach's work must have been very
ragged. A star fielder In the National
League can make no excuse for having
Wrigloy Is falling off in his batting.
The i hances are that he Is being over
taught, something which killed Lush while
Timothy Hurst umpired at S:. Louis yes
terday, and expects to be released on
habeas corpi'i pioceedings and then give
bond for trial.
When Umpire Lynch's alleged resigna
tion was being bewailed, The News an
nounced that his absence from the diamond
was but temporary. Lynch resumed work
at Boston yesterday, and his return Is
lrnled withdelight by the entire circuit,
for umpires ot his caliber are scarce.
"It i no longer who won the game? but
who won the fight?" says the Louisville
Tost "At tlie close of the season It
would be n d.od Idea to put a lot of the
players in an inclosure and let them
fight it out."
LADIES' DAY AT SARATOGA.
Several Thousund People. Witness
Some Excellent Sport.
Saratoga, Aug. 6. A program made up
of over-night events furnished some excel
lent sport today and brought delight to
several thousand people as It was ladles'
day. The Western contingent sprang a
good thing upon their effete brethren ot
the East In the fourth race, when Ben Hol
liday won an apparently hopeless race.
The middle half mile was made in 50
seconds und the last mile In 1:42 1-2.
The favorites began the day well for
the talent, as The Huguenot and Bublcon
found no difficulty in disposing of their
competitors. In the third race Ben Ronald
won. His opening price was 15 to 1.
Lucky Baldwin's fast filly, La Ventura,
led ull the way, but, tiring at the pnd,
managed to squeeze home by a short head
In front ot Hairpin. Summaries:
First race Five and one-half furlongs.
The Huguenot, 115, Martm, 4 to 5, won;
Woodford, filly, 112, Taral, 5 to 1, second;
La Goleta, 112, Martin, 8 to 1, third.
Time, 1:10 1-4.
Second race One mile. Rubicon, 116,
Sloanc. 1 to 4, won; Lake View Palace,
104, Beaucharnp, 12 to 1, second; Dolando,
116, Thorpe, 8 to 1, third. Time, 1:44 1-2.
Third race Six furlongs. Ben Ronald,
103, Scherer, 3 to 1, won; Salvador, 106.
Thorpe, 7 to 2, second; Xmas, 106, Dog
gett, even, third. Time, 1:16 1-2.
Fourth raoe One an d one-sixteenth miles.
Ji. Holliday, 107, Clayton, 7 to 2, won;
The Winner, 114, Sloane, 1 to 4, second;
Toots, 101, Ball, 100 to 1, third. Time,
Fifth race Five furlongs. La Ventura,
99, II. Martin, 5 to 2, won; Hairpin, 99,
Sloane, 3 to 1, second; Mldlan, 104,
Scherer, 9 to 2. third. Time, 1:03.
CROOKED RUNNING AT HARLEM.
Jockey Bozemnn Is Set Down and
His Owner Bnrred.
Chicago. Aug. 6. There was an ex
iting time arter the fifth race at Har
lem today. Suspicions had gained ground
that Jockey Bozeman, who rides for L. H.
Ezell's stable, was not riding honestly.
When the betting ou his mount was not
satisfactory he never -won, even when his
horse seemed a sure winner. Today his
mount, The Pepper, at odds or 7 to 20,
ran third, and Judge Clark set down
Jockey Bczeman, declaring all bets in
the race off, and sent word to Ezell
to remove his horses from the. track.
Eell owns Dousterswlvel and a number
of fast horses. Summaries:
First race -Six furlongs, Martha, 15 to
1, won; Louis second, Mary L. third.
Time, 1:15 1-2.
Second race Five furlongs. Borden, even,
won; Flaxen Hair second, Lady Marie
third. Time, 1:03.
Third race One mile. Evanatus, 3 to
1, won; Protus second, Brother Fred third.
Time, 1:41 1-4.
Fourth race-Seven furlongs. The Pluto
crat, 4 to 1 , won- Lady Callahan, second;
News Gatherer, third. Time, 1:27 1-2.
Fifth race -One and a quarter miles.
-Martin K.. 3 to 1, "Won; Metaire, second;
The Pepper, third. Time, 2:10.
Bixth race-Sis furlongs. Easter Eve,
Receiver's Sale of the
Entire balance of
for 51.50 Percale Pleated Bosom
for any Colored Bosom Manhattan
for Sl.00 Lisle Thread Underwear.
All Men's Suits worth up to $12 light
and dark colors, heavy weights, medium
weight, feather-weights they ull go
All Men's Suits tnat formerly sold as
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lined, some skeleton your choice of
All Suits that sold up to $22.50 you
can see the original price tickets on
them magnificent material and manu
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90 pairs of Men's Separate J
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A. Q. WOLF.
LOEB & HIRSH,
9 10-9 12 F Street N. W.
4 to 1, won; Aureola, second; Little Music,
third. Time. 1:141-2.
FAST T1MK AT COLUMBUS.
Grand Clrcnit Kuces Full of
Columbus. Ohto. Aug. 6.-Tnclargest at
tendance of the meeting was on hand to
day, and the races were f ull ot fine fea
tures. -Ed Geers was up behind Joe Patcheu
in the free-for-all pace, and after leading
hid field a merry clip In the initial heat
drove the famous black out In 2:01 1-2,
Uelng John R. Gentry's race record made
at Glens Falls The last half ot the first
l-.eat was covered in 1:00 1-2, the fastest
hair mile ever trotted or paced. The day
was a record-breaking one. as the fol
lowing summaries willattest:
Pacing, ":- class (unfinished) -rurse,
Pusslng Bell, b. m., by Helr-at-
Law-Windswrpt; Gears 12 11
Hermetic G ?
z 4 &
Burr Patch, Seven Points and Eeetwood
Time -2:10 1-2; 211 1-2; 2:13; 2:10 1-4.
Hon-e Review Subscription Stakes, for
pacers, fnas cf lS95-I'ursc, $1,000.
John Duvett, b. c, by Ureen-
lander Boy; Fuller
Clintcnian aUo ran.
Time -2:26 1-4; 2.25 1-2
Free for all pace-Purse, $2,500.
Joe Patchen, blk. h., by Patchen
Wilkes Josephine l'ouug;Geers.. 1
Star Pointer. 2
Lottie Lomlne 3
Badge also ran.
Tlme-2:01: 2.01 1-2; 2:08.
Pacing, 2:30 class -Purse, $1,500.
Couric-r Journal.b. h., by Wilkes
Boy-Joi.-e King; Dick Wilson.. 3 111
Jack's Brother 12 2 2
Walnut Lad, Elsiuora, Clashmorcand La
Honda also ran.
Tirce-2:11 1-2; 2:08 1-2: 2:10 3-4; 2:13.
Trotting. 217 class-Purse, $1,500.
Tuna.b.m., by Ethnn Allen,
jr.-Fortuna; Ben Walker.. 3 4 111
Valence 112 2 2
Russollwood 4 2 3 3 4
Lucy Carr, Katrina Bol and Mackey also
Time-2:15 1-4; 2:13 1-4; 2:121-4,
2:13 1-4; 2.16.
The Patnxent Entries.
The Patuxent Racing Association,
which Samuel Whitehead is secretary, is
giving a thirty days' running meeting,
under American Turf Congress rules. The
trains leave the B & O. station for the
park at 12:50 aud 2 p. m.
Judging from the horses entered, the
meeting promises plenty of good sport
Entries for today:
First race Two-year-olds; four and a half
furlongs. Galloper, 115; Green Point, 110;
Leather Lungs. Edgemore, 100 each; Lizzie
Second race Selling; six furlongs. Sans
rare".l, Barbctta, 102 each;Monroe Doctrine,
107; Ed Murphy. Pocket Tiece, Duckadoo,
112 each; Gonzales, 115.
Third race Selling; four and a half fur
longs. Foundling, Milwaukee, 115 each;
Spaiklc, 102; Meadows, Fred Train,
.Tackene, Coupon, 112 each.
Fourtn race Handicap; six and a half
furlongs. Tampa, 118; Schuylkill,ll4;Roy,
112; Jonah White, 1 OS; Gov. Griggs, 105;
Marguerite II, 112; Pocket Piece, 95; Her
Fifth race Selling; four and a halt fur
longs. Raby M., Grade and Ludrlta, 100
each; Imp. Phillip, Sclo and March, 109
each; Billy Boy and Austin, 112 each;
Brown Fonso, 102.
Sixth race Selling; six. furlongs. Watch
man and Watch Charm, 115 each; Roy,
Bimyaric and Chebar, 112 each; Rebea
and Countess, 110 each.
St. Lquis Results.
St. Louis, Aug. 6.-Thc races at the Fair
Grounds today resulted:
First race-Three-quarters ot a mile.
Blacking Brush, 4 to 1, won; Reel, sec
ond; Lady Britannic, third. Time, 1:16 3-4.
Second race-One mile. Gold Band, 10
to 1, won; Peter Hill, second; Lexington
Pirate, third. Time, 1:44 3-4.
Third race One mile. Consuclla, 4 to
I, won; Amber Glint, second; Powhatta,
thlid. Time, 1:43.
Fourth race Seven-eighths of a mile.
Charm, 2 tc 0, won; Linda, second; Gladys
II, third. Time, 1:28.
Fifth race Five-eighths of a mile. Ver
ify, 6 to5.won;Xnll-sn,seeond;FreeLady,
third. Time, 1:02 1-2.
Sixth race -Three-quarters ot a mile.
Majorie, 3 to 1, won; Judge Stouffer.
second; Joe Hart, third. Time, 1:15.
Cincinnati, Aug 6 In the first race
at Newport today, Rams, full brother to
the great Ornament, not only ran last In
a rather poor field, but, by his awkward
ness, probably kepr Krlff Krlngle out of
the money. Summaries:
First race Six furlongs. Arcturus, 15
to 1, "won; Chlcoplc second, Domlnjs third.
Time, 1:15 1-2.
Second race Seven furlongs. Lawanda,
Loeb & Hirsh sleek.
for any high-grade Teck Four-In-hand,
club or bow.
S1 .00 box
0 pairs of 2Gc Tan
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Men'B White Duck Panta,
worth $1.50 now 7oC
5 to 1, won; Joe Clark second. What Next
third. Time, 1:28 1-2.
Third race One mile. Letcher, 2 to 1,
won; Kugenia Wickes second, Imp. Eddia
Burke third. Time, 1:40 1-4.
Fourth race One mileand seventy yards.
Onadague. even, won; Booze second, The
Sculptor third. Time, 1:47 1-4.
Fifth race Five furlongs. Clara Van,
even, won; Margaret Jane second, Georglo
C. third. Time, 1:013-1. ,
GAGNON TUKNS THE TABLES. I
Be DTns Sweet Revenge Upon Hucy
"Whom Die Twice Defeats.
Long Bianch, Aug. 6. Dr. Gagnon, of
Chicago, who lost two matches this week,
one with Daniel J. Bradley.ofthe Carterec
Gun Cl-ib, aud the other with Fred. Hoey,
had sweet revenge this afternoon with
the latter, whom he defeated twice.
Iu the Grand National Handicap pre
liminary. Dr. Gagnon. with Hoey, Murphy
and Daly, killed twentj-one birds out of
twenty five. The Chicago wing shot got
every bird Four Ieft-quarterers fell dead
outside the boundary. Tlie tie was shoe
off In the next even, Gagnon winning.
Murphy tonight is a slight favorito
for the grand national handicap tomorrow.
He Is not up to his usual form. There
are nine entries. Murphy, Hoey, and Dolan
standing at .30 yards; Daly at 29; Ivins."
Ballard, and Dr. Knowlton at 28; with
Dr. Gagnon and W- R. Patten at 25.
A fifty bird match for $100 a side
was made this afternoon between Arthur
Sussniann and A. X. Fielder The snoot
takes place at Elkwood Park next Wed',
Sport lu Thirty-Footers.
New York, Ausr. 6. The thirty-footers
sailed a sweepstakes today over a tri
angular course, Harry P. Whitney winning.
In Dorothy II. The wind wassfirong from
the southwest and a start was made at
3:30. Vaquero III held the lead for the
flr;t round but on the second leg ot the
second c;und, both Dorothy and Hera
passed her and she finished in third place.
Miss Benedict sailed in tne Hera, and Miss
Kate Brice in the Vaquero III-
Internntionnl Cnp Content.
Montreal, Que., Aug. 6. Glenca'mll has
been officially selected to defend the In
ternational cup, which Mr. Craues Momo
willsec'k to restore to the Americans. Glen
calrn II won ten out of the dozen trial
races which have been completed
Meteor Challenge Unco.
Cowes, Aug. 6. The race for the Meteor
challenge shield presented by Emperor
William, of Germany, open to all yachts
exceeding 100 rating-, was sailed today.
The Britannia and the Aurora were the
only starters. The Britannia won, round
ing the Isle of Wight In record time.
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