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TJ3LE TIMES, WASHINGTON, SUNDAY, QCTOBJETfl, 31 1897,
m BON MARCHE. j BON MAROHB. J BON MAROHE.
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$7 Silk Shirt Waists, In Sutinc. all
color. Roman striped and plaid
Jersey-covered Bust Terms, for dress
makers anil home use. $1.00 -
taffeta llks $7 value $4.79 1 -value 590
no Cards, with copper plate... .59
50 Cards.ieprlnt from plate. ...30Q
"Wedding Engraving a specialty.
I Sterling silver hair brushes, $1.79
G. UQSaDLORS LOWERED
Golumwt' Varsity Wins tlio
Local Football Championship.
GRANVILLE LEWIS THE STAR
Bl Captain of the College Team
the r.ife of the. Content Both
Teain, Put Up Good Olfensslve
(inme, But Their Lines, AVero
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&&.7Q COAT S-A-XiIEL
The above cuts represent a few of the styles we are going to offer in
our special sale of Iadies' and Misses' Coats, commencing tomorrow (Mon
day) morning at $9. 79.
The lot comprises the latest styles in all the new and fashionable fab
rics, including Kerseys, Whipcords, Coverts, Beavers, Astrachans, Boucles,
Friezes, Caterpillar, and Cheviots.
Made up in the most fashionable fly and shield front reefers, with
plain, storm, and Klondike collars.
Plain and braid trimmed, Black, Navy, Tan, Yale, Brown, and Green,
lined all through and half lined, in the new high colors in Satins, Taffetas,
Black Satin, and Satin Rhadames. Value $12.50, $15, $16.50, $18.
Best cheviot fry front Reefer,
flap pockets, storm collar, double
stitched seams. $4.00 OJ
Baltic Seal, French and Water
Mink Collarettes, silk p.
lined. $5 value for PoV
Iadies' man-tailored fly-front
Reefer Suits, in uav and black
cheviot, serges and black, navy and
brown broadcloth: jack
ets silk lined. $15.00
Children's Reefers, all sizes, all
10 per cent discount
from marked prices.
$1.00 Corut 59c
Lot of flucGouutle Corsets, striped with,
sateen, honed bast, embroidered edge,
double side and front steels, extra long
and medium waist, 4 and 5 hooks,
r t! Vrfl black, white, nd drab 590
I J 13 J6S-AU 25c Bustles., 3.90
CHOCOLATES AND BONBONS. -
100 styles 40c Chocolates, filled with, nuts, jellies, figs, dates and creams of all
flavors, fine bonbons and jelly paste ..
$1.25 ounes soc
Ladles' 2-c!nsp Walking Gloves, pique
sewn, gusseted fingers, in -sill the new fall
shades, most durable g!oa made, in hlack,
tan, red, brown, white, preen, pearl, and
lemon, eery pah warranted and fitted
If desired. $1,25 -glove for Mon
314-316 Seventh Street
WE still have a few New, Shop-worn aiid
Second-hand Wheels left, which we
now offer Al GREATLY REDUCED
PRICES to close them out $10.00 and up.
The new and shop-worn wheels are in first
class condition and will carry our usual one-year
guarantee. If you are looking for a bargain, and
one that cannot be EQUALED at the PRICE
YOU SHOULD NOT MISS THIS CHANQE.
See them TODAY at
Sjlpli-f inton Cycle Agency,
600 F ST. N. W.
"2. It " Route. j
" Best line eer shown in this
" cfty, bar none Many novelties; a
" Kone but reliable qualities. H
- T I .O t.
S GOLF HOSE Always have hod the
z reputation of keeping the best
t tot town- Our stock is better
r tliau ever.
1 to SI-SO.
P FOOTBALL GOODS-EvorxtiiftiKfor
P the game at right prices. Those
E Boys Leather Balls, at 75c, are
s Lari imo re & Hiden our,
j 417 Mnth." 25
c luiiiiiuiiiiii uuiwiujiuj aiinii uww i
WOMAN'S CROWNING GLORY
J.IOKRIS PARK it VCES.
often fallsout before nldase. J If. "Wood
bury. 17 w. 421 .. PC. 1 .. cures falling
hair, dandruff and itching scalp. Send 20c 1
fur TJt.fiiinfnlfitrv'Rrinl.- H ctiinnlaur vwmii 1
burr's Facial hoan. 1'acLLl Crmm. rnriii Rhodctta. 1
I'owder and Dental Cream.
Sjioit "ot TJi) to the Usual
New Tork. Oct. 30. The usual Satur
day crowd was In attendance at Morris
Pa'k tbio aiternoou. The sport was not
as good ass uFual, the tliree-nule steeple
chase ''eitig the feature of the day. For
this eiont Wi.od Pigeon ran In a fashion
that mut make hira considered one of the
bet timber toppers of the year. In beat
injr Flashing for the rwo-mile steeple
chan- earlier in tho meeting he showed
that he pow-esFed a hit or tpeetl, while to
day. over an additticnal mile, I'c was
cqu.illy at home andcould liave gone on as
far as horbc"1 were asked to run in this
Hastings was withdrawn from the Tord
Jiam High Weight Jl'tudicap, at one mile.
Catst'tte cleverly ridden by Bergen, won
In Mow lime. Premier Xinishcd second, luf
was diMiualified for yome bumping, which
twk plane in the latt hundred yard.s. Suhi
niatieb J'l', rr.rt-Five and a half urloocs
I-. Mrtia, n to H, v5n
With the ghostly forms of twenty-two
warriors of Uiegiidlroii looming up In the
gathering twilight, and the crumbling line
of the 'varsity breaking like eggshells be
fore the tei rible onslaught of the -'winged
in row " giants, tht, championship footba'l
contest at National Park, yesteiday after
noon, between the Columbian University
and the Columbia Athletic Club, came to a
close with the long-triumphant culm's of
the red and blue trailing in the dust. Cape
Grun.llleT!PwJ and his band of eolk-ghur
football gladiators had taken the mighty
C.A. G. into camp la one of theh-ttestand
scrappiest Ua'n.es eer placed in this city,
t.ir tint il.l.inM' rl l-rl,l fit t.vVfl rWltntM. Hlll
score stood G to 4, with the 'vaisity on t'
the right side of the ledger; but the close
of tht game came in the nature of ablesslng
to the Columbian bois, for they were
railing like reeds in a storm before the
tenifie "bucking" of their opponents
The kejstonu to the game was the
beautiful offensne plajing, and the ab
snlutely rotten defensive work of both
teams. It was a case of heads and tal's
from tht call of time until the Columbians
retired from the field amid the hurrahs
and college ells of their supporters. When
It fell hi ads. and the collegians had the
ot.il, they tnneicd down the field like
the Empire express, but when the ceua
aliirted, and Capt. Pat V ells' aggregation
took po-vSerfblon of the pluskin. the 'var
slty went to pieces, and plajing like
amitems, were bowled over like so many
Prom a spectacular standpoint the
game vm everything that could li.it e
been atkeil by the mot exacting Bril
liant plays were the rule rather than Ihe
ef'ption, and the wonderful work ugaliibt
tlie line c-f tht Uc fullbacks, Granvlllf
Lewis and Oyer, wa simpl superb.
The former covered himself with glory
by iiidUngt1.c.veioatlonal play of the gutne.
It v,'uv on-itii' kicl-off in the socond half,
Bright, the Columbia team's new center,
.sent the oval failing up in the air to the
arMty" i5-yannine Lewis gathered it
In like JakU Gettmaa scooping in a fky
M.raper ,auU.'yd a print down the field
that ,"ould, Htr.c done justice to Barney
"Weftrs. '1 e'dollged the advance guards of
the wlm-ui arrow lies and taking a tack to
the portthfe flm along the side linos for a
run of iuwLforty-rie yards He would
haedfwa "Slide Kellj'. slide," act ncross
the goal Ifjitttfid not Djer nipped hi&effort
juut i'i the n:ck or time and tirought the
va rslty rjiJlbarJc to terra f irma w lUi a thud
Capt 45J-nvi,lu was given a hand for
his pla.,Uiatjwoki! the echoes in the far
outfield $f the Senatorial outfield, and
th Cvluiubhiyrarriurs groaned tvith agony
Lev. is Ts lot tle only one to receito
the otatious qf the spectators, hoWcter
lluir.phrey,s. who went iu at left 'end
in place 'fi Exley In the second half, nude
soine sijijvloial, ruus aroimd the var
jb.iyVjj itiijct!jd .o.ward Ahe clooc of ithe
Vomc- -His. ecforts were well directed and
in a goodiCiuip, but they came too late
and he wyit. brought to a halt by the
calling of thegniiit. when the ovil was
daigeroujl close to tht goal line or the
orange mid blue.
The defeat of Columbia was the big
gest KrnC iif a surprise to the local fol
lowers of the game. Capt AVells ami
his mtn did m.t eten dream of defnt,
and tlTlr clubrrates were freely offtring
two to on' against the 'varsity boys when
play va,s called. heedless to say, the
cuiiegiins did not rail to gather in quite
. bit of thtst liberal odds.
It was Columbian's kick-off, and Letvls
did h!meir proud with a boost that landed
the oval on the 15-ynrd line of the red
and blue aggregation. Cummings got un
der it, am.jj after a run r '0 j.uo, was
On the fjc-t Jine-up the lull went to the
'VarMty toy -?n a fumble. The copied
the trick, liowecr, and C. A. C. took the
oval. " ' t
Tiyer was sent against tho center, and
w, nt down after i gain of three yards.
He failed ja the ne.t trj , and a kick was
in order. His efiort in tliis direction took
the ball drwn ro the .TO yard line, whuij
Lewis, who took it into camp, was tripped
up b Exley.
On the second pass C. A. C. juggled
We're underselling- every jeweler in Washing Ion. "We hoisted the BLACK JTBAG
tli at meant death to high prices and threw our banner to the wind, announcing ' 'cut
prices in diamonds" when we opened here.
All you have to do is to mention the name ''Castelberg" to the high-profit cash jewelers,
and it islike shaking a red flag in the face of'an infuriated bull.
As we've repeatedly advertised " try them all on prices." See what their bombastic,
claims, promises and flaring announcements amount to. Call on them all leave us posi
tively till the last, then compare prices that's the best convincer that our prices are at
least 20 per cent less than any cash ieweler's in Washiug-ton. Our fifty-one years of suc
cessful business is sufficient guarantee that our advertisements -announce truths make
promises that are filled never claim anything we don't do. Our watchword is and always
shall be "Reliable."
We've just added $100,000 worth of DIAMONDS and FINE WATCHES to our stock
in the last ten days, and they will be sold to any honest man or woman without publicity
upon the following terras : -
Sio worth, Si. oo down, 50c weekly.
$15 worth, $1.50 down, 75c weekly.
$25 worth, $2.50 down, 75c weekly.
1 $50 worth, $5.00 down, $1.00 weekly,
$75 worth, $7.50 down, $1.50 weekly.
$100 worth, $10.00 down, $2.00 weekly.
Goods delivered on first payment.
A guarantee accompanies every article sold that if not satisfactory money will be
Castelberg's Nat'l Jewelry Co.,
1 103 Pa. Ave. Next Star Office.
Baltimore store, 10SN. Eutaw St. ISstablisliert 184G.
And Never Again!
We have received exactly 105 of these beautiful
Rattan Rockers and they'll go in a jiffy tomorrow at
the ridiculous price of $1-95 each. On two other oc
casions we have sold a hundred of them inside of
four hours by the watchl and lots of people went
away disappointed because they were too LATE.
There will be no more at this price.
Bowling- is now the popular in
door sport. We are headquarters
for Bowlers and cany everything
that is requisite.
Bowling Ballfe 75cT0$4.OO
plns per et, 3.OO
Bag for carrying ball, leather
Score Bookh 50
Special S weaterh for Bowlers 1.50
High Canvas Jtubber Sole Shoeb,
?4.00 Fencing Toils pair, 2.OO
Columbia Lamp q
Rugby Foot Ballb $l.OOT0 4.OO
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.,
Washington Athletic and Sportine Goods
1013 Pennsylvania Ave
Sensation 9-, O'Connor, 12 to 1, becond;
Impcrator, io, Simnv, 5 to 1, third. Time,
Second raee The Withers mile. Hugh
Fenny, 101, Soiigei, 3 to 1, won; Albert
S tor,, Irving, 1U to 1, "econd; OldSaugus.
103. Hlrsch, 10 to 1, third. Time, 1 43.
Third r.tcp -Sl and a half furlongs. Hand
1.11,12-', Dogt?ett,7 t10,won; Warrentou,
lir, Ining, 15 to 1. Kecoud: Sir Gawain,
Uo.Tanl, 4. to 1, third. Tlme.l 22 1-2.
Fourth race Secn furlong. Solvable,
118, II Martin,:? to 1, voir, J. A. Gray,
ill, Clajtou, 8 to 1, second; Jlunwell,
Ofi, Garrlgan, 12 to 1, third. Time,
Tifth racr The Fordham Hlshweight
Handicap; purse, SlOO; the Wither mile
Cawtti-,102, Bergen, 3 to 1, "won; Typhoon
II, 11C, Maher, 7 to t, eond; Thomas
Cat, X0", Ining, 5 to I, third. Time,
Hixth race Steeplechase; handicap about
three rjilex Wood Piceon , 149, Mclnerny,
5 to 1, won; Magellan, 111, C!iandler,G
to r., cetr.nt): Thorncllffo, 135, Vcitch
to 1, third. Tunc, 6 03.
1 Big values 1
1 in boys' i
1 clothing. 1
"The Cheapest Ciothing
House in the World" has al
ready firrnly established it
self in popular favor among
all economical folks. jSTo
other clothing store in ex
istence can equal our low
prices' "with similar quali
ties. -Tomorrow we shall
offer some record-breaking
bargains iu boys' clothing
whiqti no saving- mother
can afford to miss.
Take .iqur choice or 200 boys'
all-wool, indigo blue beaver leefers,
with Itallau cloth lining bound w 1th
Herculebi'aid.m Mz-& 3 to S jear,
finished .with brass buttons which
no other stole can equal for le1 than
S4 for T '
Ie Do vou want one?
Get here before noon
while the- last.
g Solid Oak Chiffoniers
'e sh.jjlalto offer a lot of bojs
3 to 10 jears abort pants tuits
thoroughly made, splendid wearing
garments for which jou A', ill be
asked S3 eerj where el&e for
Special tomorrow at aiiricf never known
oeiore; live drawers; an surfaces highly
polished; ornamented with bolid cast bra,fc
trimmings regular $7.30 value tomorrow
casu or creuic.
Soecial in Sideboards.
Come in tomorrow and let us show yourtw
this special lot of Solid Oak Sideboards. L I f
beautifully carved tops, elegantly mirrored ii 8 Z
n rirU SIS vnlim fur
Tliree-niuce Solid Oak Bedroom Suites:
wide dresser; large, clear mirrow. hii
boards: neatlycarved-yours cas,n or
lytf Ik ffeO a rlch 518 value for t
,5,1 ifk Three-piece Solid Oak Bedroom Suites: fru w
s-vJt J wide dresser; large, clear mirrors, hit;!) head 1 W
boards; neatly carved-yours cash or credit Jj JL ,3
Everything that yon possibly need for housekeeping is here even to the
S TOVE. Our Carpet Department is rich in the newest colorings and patterns
of Brussels Tapestry and Ingrain Carpets. All carpets made, laid and lined
free. No use pa3ing CASH in the face of such credit prices as these.
513 Seventh St. N.W.
i )r S
Men's fine Ian covert serge-lined
lop coat or a blue kersey or Leader
oercoat foi $3 35 whlchotherssell
House in, America,
427 7th St.
tne ball all over the gridiron and the col
legians took It over to their side. It was
tlion on the winged arrowites' 30-jard
line. Wcavn, who throughout the game
was one of the bright and ahining stars,
was gtv en the oval and gained three yards
around, right end. Tiudall was crashed
into center, but landed in Sa.uiiders.armb
and came to a sudden halt. Another try,
however, gave the Orange and Blue the
coveted five yards.
Tho Columbian boys found a. wcak.spot
in their opponents' center and Lewis was
thrown against it again and again. In
the first try seven yards were chalked up
to the credit of the collegians and the
next effort gave them four more. A fool
ish move was then made in trying Weav
er around left end, which resulted in a
loss of two yards. A beautiful play then
followed, and on a cmick opening Wea er
went to the grass with the oval seven
yards nearer thCgColuml.ia's goal.
Witli but sx jards to make the col
leginns fairly went wild. They whooped
and hurrahed like a pack of wild Indians
The orange and blue forces were massed
for a final effort, and on the second down
the ociii was passed to Lewis. He exe
cuted a "Chuck Connors' two step," and
dodging the rush of the Columbia line fell
oer the chalk for the first touchdown oC
the gam ailer .(. en minutes and a half of
play. Lewis put the ball between the
goal posLin;rcatitjIe Score Columbian,
G, C -. C, 0.
Columbian again started the oval down j
the field, huUthej Io-t it on a fumble to
C. A. C , on the laUer's 35-jard lhi. Then
the red and blue wairlor-, started a
steady war against Columbian's centci,
which eventually ended in J. Maupin
going ocr the gral but foi a tout: down Harla.i
The ulav was a pretty one.. Maupln taking . ouniniiug-,
advantage of a quick opening to score
Bright faile 1 to kick goal Score- Columbian,
G: C A. P., 4. Lewis kicked oft to Saunders,
who was downed on the 20-yard Hue, and
the Ume was called.
the Inlf la'-.-,! -t cou lc r minutes longer.
With the hall 'in Columbian's "G-yard Ihu
l!cee L"w i- cr-ried ii over fw:l and tlm
v as callfit wit i' tup al onOftttmt'ifctnV, 20
yard lint- The score follows;
Columbian nil v. Position. Cv A. C
Kelly, capt. ..left c-nd-.Bxley, irnmphrey
Heath left tackle Smith
Hardti g, .
There were several changes in the second
half, the most important of whicl was the
placing of Beeve Lewis at right hiif back
and reading "Tubby1 Dickinson to left
guard in place oi McConWllc. Reeve Lew is
was a monument of strrngth and did great
work for his team, but the poor defense a
work of theC. A. C. eleven prevented them
from scoring in this half. Columbian
rushed tho ball steadily down the Held and
placed It on their opponents' 3-yard I'ne
Then they lost it on downs, and the C. A. C.
boys look a hind at forcing the work.
Tliov went through Columbian's line as if
it wns paper, and would have scored had
...left guard .MtGwmlTe,
.. ..eenter nrighl
right guard SaiindcM
...right tackle Well?, cape.
....right end rJtvtK
quarter back Parson
'eft halfback J,IJu;ip'a
right halfback Qlqlvlnon
LewU full back - vwl4rer
Score Columbian University, 0l ifc. A.
C, 4. Touchdowns, Granville J.tfWuutl
.T. Maiipiu. Goal from tonchdown. GcSvtv
ilissed goal Bright;.
Befcu'es. Ll"ut. H-11 Stoutt FortfXIjer.
firsC half: Lieut. A. S. Flemingr llarjuc
Barracks, second halt Umpire Lietu.
Fleming, first half. Lieut. hiotiL,-tici ia
hilt. Linesmen and timekeepers Lieut.
White, Fort Myer.and R. J.Beall.e. A l .
Time ofUtalvcs. twenty minutes. Time of
game. 1 hoar and 20 minute