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THE TIMES, WASHINGTON, 'TEUKSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 189T.
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bronzes, silcrTare, lamps, etc ,
as well as a magnificent line of
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IDr. "Woodwind to liivesUmitp the
Johnson School Diphtheria Cass-.
Tie .Tohneon School diphtheria Nacs tti
.MoMMt Pleasant are still troubling tlic rest
dents of that suburb. A delegation made
a CftM .t Health Officer Woodward yester
day r.l asked for an investigation on all
Uecaioi?ortid aiidofall tlw prwiilive
i(Mttires that have been taken to see
MUM. tUy are xll thorough.
lr- Woodward tints already caused the
gteatest precaution to be used with re
gard to the school building. It his been
fourigated thoroughly. No new ca-aeshaw
lieett reiHrted since Novemtinr 10 and only
five in all- III- Ik'hcves the disease is
itaKOugHly uude r uuntro! and will pread no
He agreed yesterday, however, ty liave
ttoe limpets Ion made. He will report in
feW today and give the report u the pub
lie to alia) the f earn of tiie Mount Ple-i-s
llon. John il. IjuifSston'r. Pnnernl 1
Ttoe funeral at the late J. il. Langs-ton
will l held at 2 o'clock this after
iio.u, rroui the Metropolitan A .M E
Ckarch n M struct. Itev. .Stirling Bruwh
wW officiate, agisted b Rev. J. E nankin,
Jr- Grind, e. Dr. .Johnson, Dr Wanng, and
cRfcers 1 hr bod 'Will he pin cod iu the
reWK'lMS vault at Iiarmmiy Cemrtery, for
the fcr being, and later removed to Xash
vWe. Tenr., for inienncut. The honorar)
IwMboorers will be B K Ilruce. Joliii F
Cook, Recorder C. P. Cite&tham, Charles It.
lloagla, P. B. S. rhiclilmok, W. H. A.
Wwrmk'y, Dr. Charles B. Purvis, and Jolui
H. Lrarh; ami tiie retire pall It oarers, -is
U. 11. U,kttib, Jl H. Terrell, J. AI. Hicks,
TtwuM L Jwias. It S. Smith . and T. B.
Xa-al Cadets Defeat 'Vaiitv lit,yn.
Antifcpolie, Md., Nov. 17. The Naval Ca.-
Omsi t-Hy ilefeftted the eleven trrnn the
Mwylawl Unfwrity t JaUm,ore today
a; the Kaval AcaA'tny by a score of tih
to 0. Tiie cadets liave been defeated only
onoe Ujis'-eReoii, Princeton being the victor,
ycxi Saturday tliey play Lchicli, and :i
Tlwitfesciving Day tlic White Squadron
TJna! Uiay met tli cadets the 'varity tea n
otaioicd the championship of the South.
.Tolin 'XV. Ttionipon Heeiiverini;.
TheCoii'lKioii of Mr- John W. Thompsor.
wIhj has been seriously ill with aphasia for
the past two months, hah improved rap
Idly during U e iast week, ami yesterday
ivtiS rejinrted as convalescent.
TO CUHE A COI.l) IX OXJ3 DAY
2'ake Laxative Oromo Quinine Tablelfc- All
druggtatfi rcrund the money if Ufa Is to cure.
25c. Thegenuine Sia L. B. Q on eat-h (allr.
weight Suits made
to order latest de
signs, strictly first
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e drink with the utmost
pleasure. They are
brewed of choicest
J hops and malt are ab-
solutelj' pure and un- I
j surpassed iu flavor.
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I0LT Ml fi TUMBLE
Hunter Went Down in Steeple
chase With Fred Page.
RIDER NOT BADLY HURT
Horse I-Vll on Him, Jlut the Iluiits
ninn li-senpei! "With a Had Shukhix
"Up Tit lent Unvo Another Totrh
Haitle With the r.nyer, L,. 11. and
Frosty Win at r.on Odds.
The jrentlefnen jockcyis had their in
nings at Beunings yesteiduy in a race
fo l-!;nters oer the short stPopk'ohitHS
rouree But three timber toppcife faced
the .st.irter when tile bugle brouyht the
hunismeii to the post, but tliey put up a
lace wh'fJt nasi, litth above the urdinaiv
foi an tvent of this description. Beu Bidt
vith Mi Fred Page, who is one of the
beat of the local umateui steeplech.-ise
lideih, in the r-addle; Brock, with Mr
Short up, and Undine, the winner A the
last i.t -c for hunters, with Mi Mc
Cauley up, weir- the fcOutors. Brok was
insUtllcd ii hot faoiite, with Bon 15ult
telling ab becond choice Very little
of Lndine waa wanted by the wise peo
ple who follow the hunters. The latter
looked winnci all over on tne way to
the put, and was. tiylng to climb into the
air wlih Mr. ilcCablcy. The raoc "would
undoubted!) have lesulted In a splendid
content between Ben liolt and Biok h.id
the romter not come to grief Just before
the water jumx was i cached. He went
down with a thud ind landed square on
top of Mr Page. Prom the stand It looked
a ceitainty that the ridei was killed, uk
he never mudo a n.ovc after hitting the
Wiii Ben Bolt outof the hunt Brook had
nothing (o trouble liini, and going in fru.it;
of Undine, won pulled up. Mr. Page
rounded to after being out for about ten
i'iimiie-3. Be was little the wor&e for the
fall with che exception of a few bruised
and a bad shaking up. Mr. Brown, the
ownei of Ben Bolt, in the meantime had
managed to catch his lion-e, and mounting
him, weni over the course and finished In
time to Qualify for third money. He was
romidl7 applauded lor hihiierveas a L.n.o
leg rewi'd when Ben Bolt ran into the
jump in ids last race made it very difficult
for Mm to ride.
Tiie only other favorite to warm the
coekl-sof the regulars' hearts by wiuuiiu
was "Pa" I-.dy's Anruni. in the opening
rare. Tne other four events brought ter
rihle tales of hard luck from Hip wlie
people. L. B., at odds of 20 to 1. and
Trosty. at 10 to l, were the longshot.i of
the day to reach home in the van
Si: answered the call to. the pest In the
opening dah, a .six and a half furlong
event. A uruin had the call .it alltlme", and
closed at 7 to o. Utile O'Connor laid
back In the bunch wirh the horse until
-well into the stretch, where he came away
and won ailv from Judge Warden, with
Lad? Disdain third.
The net race TurnlMved a very open
Itettlng aUnir, with Ella Daly, Laurel
Leaf, and Will GIhuii alnuit eiu.ill sup-I-orted.
A gum did l'Bilier BiHV colors
&Ikw in front at the finhh. riiament
cut out the running to he head of the
stretch, where Ella. Duly collared him, and
under Might persuasion won by a length
from OHes Shine. The fight for third
monev was a bitter one, with Filament
lating long enough to score, a nose be
fore Gun Metal.
Eight maiden three-year-olds met in the
third cent. EMierdown wju selected to do
the trick. There was alo a heavv play on
EnHcrtirte just before post time. The
favorite managed to scratch in third, while
the "good thing" was way back in the
bunch. The wiuner lumetl up in rro&ty,
wno beat X-Kay a head in a whipping
The six furlong race for two-yenr-olds
resulted in the prettiest contest of the
meeting, llandpress wiib made favorite
and Closed at -1 to r. Hardly, who opened
at fi to 5 went to 5 to J, and the others
were at almost a uy price Hardly. Pontet
Canet and Homelike raced out in front
to the turn into the stretch, where O'Con
nor got Handires& through and took a hand
in the struggle. It was the fiereea' kind
Of a drive home, with Seherrer landing
Hard!y a head br-fore Pontet Canet, who
beat Handpress a nose for second money
Draw Ldd was again pluncedon to win
and went, into the starter's hands an even
money chance in the fifth event. He look
ed an e.isy vlnner at the head of the
stretch, Lut Maher made 'the mistake of
trying to get home on the rail in the
heavv going, and was beaten out by L. B.
and Break o Day. Maher made a claim
INDEXED CHART OF
Bennlng, Nov. 17. Tenth day of the Washington Jockey Club's fall meeting.
Weather pleasant- Track, slow.
47 -FIRST RACE AH age-. Six and a half furlongs. Sturt straggling. Won driv
ing. Time, 1:2." 1-5. Winner, b. c. by Badge-Aurata. W. C.Daly.
Ind. Starters. Wt. St. i ?g U f Fin. Joekeys. Op. Ck PI.
3(5 Auruin ,. .... 9n2 0 3a 2h 2& Wt O'Connor 4-5 7-5 ....
3i Judge WardPlL. 107 4 3J 1 l 1 2 Songer 3 13-5 4-5
30 Lady Disdain.. 107 3 4 5 4 3n 3& Hewitt C 12 4
22 Mr. Stoffel .... 95 5 5 G 5 5 4 Maher G 20 0
Whist 1 ig Coon. Ob C 2n 2a 3n 4 5 Forbes 3 3 1
Chnm 121 1 1" 4 6 0 C Bergen G 30 8
48- SECOND RACE Two-yehr-old. FIveand a half furlongs. Start straggling. Won
handily. Time, 1:12 4-5. Winner, br.b. by Britannlc-Everywhere. W.C.Daly,
nil. Starter,. Wt. St. $ U fi 'A Fin, Jockeys. Op CI. PI
37 Ella Daly .. .. 107 4 3 3" 3 lji l' O Connor.... 3 7-2 7-5
27 GilesSlune 107 fl 6 8 0 3n 2' O'Leary.. .. 5 0 "
37 Filament - 110 1 2 V V 2J4 31i HIrsch 8 12 5
12 Gun Metal .... 107 GO 9 9 6 4 Irving 5 12 5
37 Com. Traveler. 110 7 5 5 8 8 5 Neville...... 20 30 10
Eller-lie Belle. 107 8 10 4 4 4 6 ' Odom 15 30 10
12 Taunton 110 5 1 7 7 7 7 Hewitt 5 8 3
37 Laurel Leaf .. 110 2 In 23 21 5 8 Seherrer.... 3 5-2 1
12 Will Glenn.. .. 112 V- 8 G 5.99 Doggett .. .. 3 13-5 -1
27 Rappahannock. 110 3 11 10 10 10 10 Bergen 8 15 G
37 Whirlpool 107 10 7 11 11 11 11 Songer lo 12 4
Wonderland .. 107.11 12 12 12 12 12 Forbes 15 30 10
40 -THIRD RACE Maiden three-year- olds aud upward. SK and a half furlongs.
Start good. Won driving. Time, 1:25 2-5. Winner, b. g. by Fresno-Trophy.
E. L. Smith.
Ind. Starter-. Wt. St, H & H fi Fin. Jockevs. Op. CI. PI
. ...Frosty 101 3 254 In 1 l1 lh HIrsch 0 10 3
30 X-Ray 100 2 lh 2h 3JJ 3 2;s Bergen GO"
30 Esherdown 07 1 3l 3n 2n 2n 3 O Connor.... G-5 9 5 3-5
30 Sir Frederick.. 100 4 5 4 4 4 4 O'Leary.... G "
Kinvarra 100 6 0 0 5 5 5 Forbes G 10 ii
30 Eastertide.... 100 7 4 5 6 7 0 Songer 4 7-2 G-5
30 Feliche 97 8' 7 7 7 6 7 Mailer 0 '
30 WillStratton.. 101 5 8 8 8 8 8 Jackson 15 15 5
50 -FOURTH RACE Two-year-olds- Selling. Six furlongs. Start good. Won
driving. Time, 1:17 2-5. Winner, ch. by Candlemas-I'erhaps. II. T. Griffin.
Ind Starters. AVt. St. U Vs. X Fin. Jockeys. Op. CI PL
(10) Hardly 107 3 lh 3' 3a lh lh Seherrer.... ?-.-, . 3.
10 Pontet Canet .. 97 0 3a lh lh 3n 2h Songer 10 "0
(391 Handpress.. .. 100 15 4 4 2h 3" O'Connor G-5 f-5
(37 The Cad 103 4 2n 2h 2h 4 4 Forbes 12 20 "n
27 Homelike .... 95 2 8 7 7 6 5 Mailer 10 20 5
32 Pr ceAuekland. 98 7 4 6 5 5 0 J. Slack.. .. 20 30
30 Plantain 02 0 6 5 0 7 7 Hewitt...... G 15 4
32 Sister Alice .. 100 5 7 9 9 S 8 Bergpn 12 0 G
4. Juliana 92 8 9 8-8 9 9 Kelly 50 50 12
51 FirTH RACE Three yenr-olds and upward. Selling. One mile. Start coo d
Won driving. Time, 1:47 1-5. Winuer.ch. g. by Fonso-Sasln. A. F. Brown.
Ind Starters. Wt. St. M ': 2i Fin. Jockeys. On. CI PI
38 L.B 100 0 5 5 3' s i Jackson.... 12 20 4
24 Break o Day.. 100 1 4 4 2h 21 ii' Sonner 1- 4. fi
38 Braw Lad .... 100 4 ii 1 i m 3 Maher 4-5 1 .,
38 Marsian 108 2 3n 2n 4 4 4 Seherrer.. .. 5-2 5- 7-I0
20 Taranto 100 8 0 0 5 5 5 Bergen lr, a 3
44 Abingdon.. .. 105 5 7 8 G 7 6 Garngan .. .. 20 50 15
8 B.of Killarney 92 3 2h 3' 7 . 8 7 Stanhope.... 10 30 8
2G Waterman.... 105 7 0 D 8 9 8 Forbes 20 40 S
24 Prompt 100 9 8 7 9 6 9 O'Connor 20 CO 15
Disqualified for foul; Braw Lad placed Becond and Marsian third.
5S -SIXTH RACE Stcplechnse for
miles. Start good. Won easily. Time,
Ind. Starters. Wt St. 4 1
... . Brock 1C5 3 Is l100
(411 Undine 1GG 2 3 2
41 Ben Bolt .. .. 150 I 2'
'Fell, remounted, and finished third.
or foul against the latter. His protest was
allowed, and Braw Lad placed tiecoiid, with
Mai Elan third.
DOWN THE LINE.
Juuniie Frayling, who trainu for P. S. P.
Randolph, purcl.n&ed Knight of the Garter
the othqr day for his employer. Theliorse
started in tiie coloib of ids new owner on
Tuesday, but ran a very dlbappofntlngrace
Under Piajling's careful training he will
undoubtedly be a -ery dangeious lioise,
howcer, and may be expected to captme
many plums 'oi Randolph. Tiayllng is
one of llii. best on lie jouuger generation of
trainers lie understands his business
thoroughly, and when he sends a lioiie to
the post and gets ids money doiMi its dol
lars to doughnuts lie Is light . He lias been
training foi Randolph for seen years now
but ih still a joung man. Those who have
watched his handling of the Randolph
string predict gieat things lor him in the
future. Trailing first came into promi
nence on the turf as a hleeplccliu.se rider.
H j could gte the best of them pointers
the slicks Aba rider of high juhiprs lie is
without a peei. It was he who piloted
Oi'lario oei tie sticks whui lie made his
phenomenal record at Madison 3quare
The book program for Plmlico's fall
meeting is ncaily ready, and a neep at
the advance sheets shows-th.it Secretary
Cuiiron has arranged a ,vcry attractiru
series of races. Not the least important
arc the cross country events, which bring
out the best material in the Chevy Cha3e,
Green Spring Valley and other hunt chilis
rear Baltimore. These races last yeir
furnished better steeplechaslng than the
hardened regulars ot the New York tracks
ever saw, and this jear they promise to
be oven better. The regular cents on this
ptugi am have been so arranged as to 'Or
nish a phasing variety each day. Mttr
a j ear of hooking in the style compelled
bj New York- laws, the bookies will
eagerly await the coining of the sitto
and chalk. The fact that the old-tlute
booking will be reported to will attract
man.' people to tiie track who might not
go otherwise. The move oT the manage
ment in reducing the price of admission
tc 50 cents and admitting ladles free will
not have the effect of cheapening tho
sport. The management simply desires
to show the people or taltimore that .-eil
flrst-c!a:s sport is being conducted, iml
the admission fee is suited to ever) one's
means. Quite a number of New Yorker
who are in attendance at Bennlng will
remain In "Wasnington and go to the track
from here. The Pennsylvania Riilroad
will probably put on a special train with
a reduced rate of fare, which will in
clude the admission to the track. "Willi
pleasant weather, the Pimlico meeting is
bound to be the most brilliant ever con
ducted over that historic old cjurse.
The horpc Tiinour, wl ich was scratched
on Tutsda after betting had been in pro
gress some minutes on the race iu which
he wus entered, died yesterday morning
of colir. The Metropolitan Turf Associa
tion held n meeting before the races yes
terday and decided to pay back all moneys
which had been bet on the hon. This
was dune before the "first race was tun.
Today.-. Entries at Helming-.
First race Three year-olds and up; 300;
selling. One and one-sixteenth miles.
Ind. Horse". Wt. hid. Horses. Wt.
lliVinita 95 35 Buckeye 103
10 Good Times ..113 11 Hugh Penny .113
42S(pjaii 05 1U Tappnu 105
51 Break o Day 100 20 Ben Ronald ..110
31 Debride 105
Second race Two-year-old maiden colts;
$300. Five and oiie-hnlf iurlongs.
Ind. Horpes. Wl. Ind. Horses. Wc
18 Filament 112 .... Gaspard 112
36 Long Acre 112 -IS Taunton 112
18 WiUGlcnn 112 2 PiukVnScout.112
.... Staysail 112 .... Jack Donohue 112
27 Kid Fox 112 37 Looker 112
Third race Two-year-old maiden geld
ings; S300. Five and one hair rurlongs.
Tnd. Hor&es. Wt. Ind. Horses. Wt
ib Whirlpool 100 .... Refiile 109
J3 Crayon 109 ....Sophomore ....100
IS Giles Shine .. 100 ....Beethoven- ..109
3G Black Dude ...100
Fourth race Two-year-old maiden fillies.
300. Five and one half furlongs.
Ind Horses. Wt. Ind. Horses. Wt.
43 D. Annette ..109 -15 Mrs. Reeves -109
13 Princess India 100 37 Lillie Seals ...109
43 Pink Chamb'y 100 37 Sea Puss .. ..109
....Tentore ... . 109 .... .Uellac . ..109
'Coupled in betting.
Fifth race Maidens, three-year-olds and
up; 300. One and one-sixteenth miles.
Ind. Horses. Wl. Ind. Horses. "Wt.
40 Esherdown 07 40 Sir Frederic .100
.... Keumore 97 40 Eastertide .. ..100
12 Athy 97
First. race-Good Times, Ben Ronald,
Break o' Day.
Second Race Long Acre, will Glenn,
Third race-Black Dude, Giles Shine,
Fourth race-Princess India, Duchess
Annette, Pink Chambray.
Fifth race -A thy, Esherdown, Sir Fred
rour-year-olds and upward. About two
114 ly Fin.
1" 1" 1"
2 2 2
Mr. Short ...
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men. Made in the
sack style, broad
shouldered and full
breasted, giving the
wearer a very rug
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coal is considerably
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3'ear, As shown in
are full at hips.
to small bottoms. We have this
style made up in the identical
qualities of striped worsteds aud
black and blue cheviots cut by
the swell tailors at $25 to $50
the suit at only $10 to $25.
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Jim Watts: Looking for Pat ItiU'dy
Nev "York, Nov. 17. Jim Watts, of Louis
ville, Ky., who claims to be the welter
weight champion Iwxer of the Sout'i,
called at the Illustrated News offKe
todaj and posted a forfeit to fight Pat
JtniHSy, of Wa?Mngton", D. C, for the title.
Watts having learned that Raedy is cU-m-ing
the chumplonsliip. Watts has de
fected Joe Dunphy, of Syracuse, whom
Ruedy refused to meet, though matched.
.Arthur Lumley, holder of the forfe'e.
con mtmicatcd with Mike Haley, Rjedy'b
mo na get.
Th'i trree-yea old boy of J. A Johnson,
of Ljnu fentrT. Ill , issubjeetto attacks of
croup. Mr. Johnson- says he is satisfied
thiil the timely use of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, during a severe attack, saved hU
littk. lhy'slife He is in the drug bullae s,
a member of the firm of Johnson Bros ,ot
that place, ant' th?y handle a great many
patent ined'lues tor throat and lung dls
eiuvs He had all thse to choose from, and
skilled physicians ready to respond to ills
call, but selected this remedy for use In
his own family at a time when Ida chlld'.-i
life was lr. danger, becan he knew It to
be superior to any other, aud famous tha
country over for its cures of croup. Mr
Johnson Kays this Is the best selling cough
medicine they hinrile, and that it ghes
splendid satisfaction in all cases. Sold by
Henr. Fvans, wholesale and reran drug
gists, 93S F Rl and Conn nve. aud 3 st.
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Choice of Cheviots, Casslmeres and
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Fine Kerseys and Meltons in all the
proper lengths choice of blue, black
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Thanksgiving Is Approaching.
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Serving Tables, Dining Tables and Chairs, but also Dinner
and Tea Sets, Cutlery, Glassware, and a complete assort
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Perhnps you need a Carpet,
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It's no use to say much about Heating Stoves, for
that we carry tiie best line at the lowest prices In town.
Onn fmnOnonialto t 12.50 for an Oak
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raetrtiasror General Gary did not come to
Washington yesteiday, but remained in
H. LcRoy Browning and Kenneth S,
Murchlson were admitted to practice in
the court of appeals yesterday.
Judge Advocate General Lieber of the
army, who has been quite ill for some Ume,
was ab liis office for a snort time yesterday
The will of Carl Roeser, sr., was filed for
probate yesterday. He bequeaths his es
tote to his daughters, Matnlldu. and Thus
nelda. An admirer of Assistant Secretary Van
derlip of the Treasury Department sent
linn thirry-rhiee roses )esterday asa birth
The woik of laying the asphalt roadbed
on IC street, tit I ween Ninth and Tenth
streets Is finished, and the street opened
again to travel-
J)r. x)anlel ,T. Kelly, who ate load
stools Instead of niushiooms, has recovered
and resumed his duties at the Patent
Pensions u ere granted to citizens of the
District of Columbia yesterday as follows
George T. Talt, Barbara E. Schwab and
the minors of William N. Tart.
It wa reported last night hi Knights of
Labor clrc les that the suspended members
of Joeal District Assembly No. GG were re
instated by the General Assembly.
The will of .Max Luchs, which was filed
todav. leaves to his wife, Julia Iaichs,
all his estate, real personal and mixed, an 1
makes her administratrix without bond.
D. Piatt Wright, late superintendent of
-noti'.e power of the Pennsylvania Railroad",
w 111 soon depart for Honduras In the employ
of the Honduras sjndlcate of New York.
The Southern Railway announces the re
sumption of through Pullman service
between New York and New Orleans
via Atlanta, Montgomery aad Mobile,
Allen W. Mallery & Co. have just sold
twelve houses on Ninth street, between F
and G streets northeast, Tor T. II. Piek'ord
andotiersto Ne.v York parties. The price
paid was close to $50,000.
The members of the general exec itive
board of the Knights of Labor will hold a
meeting in Washington Immediately after
tne adjournment of the General Assembly,
now in session at Louisville, Ky.
The Postofflce Department yesterday
oidered that the salaries ot elghty-fie
Icrks or rill classes in the main office
and stations of Brooklyn, N. Y , be In
crea-d, making an aggregate of S8.500
The sacrament of confirmation was ad
mlnl'tereil by Archbishop Chappelle, or
Santu Fe, lo a class of about 300 persona
on Thursday last at St. Peters Church.
St Peters parish Is one of the largest iu
Prof. R. M. Calhoun entertained a large
audience last evening wich an intere'i ig
illustrated h'fture descriptive of Incu'euts
and set nes of the late war, for the benefit
of the'reUef fund of Lafayette Post, No.
20, . A. R.
The regular meeting of the Anti-Civil
Servic League was held last nlghr at
Emnch's Avenue Hotel. There was a
good attendance of members, but only a
brier business session was held and ..he
meeting adjourned until next Wednesday
Eernar'l 7'enny, .-. colored cook at Hill's
eating house, corner Twelfth and r .tresis
attempted to cut his throat yestrda after
noon because his beat girl had jn:ed urn
and her affecnons had been traii-i erred to
anotl.t r, but was prevented by his "uiplojer.
Dr Thomas C. Smith, who is wiousK
ill at his home. No 133 Twelfth street
northwest, suffering With blood poison
ing, caused by an operation, which he
performed se eral weeks ago, was slightly
better last night.
lo prevent colds; Rublni's Pills, the great
preentlve against pneumonia, pleuilsy,
bronchitis, colds in the head, etc. Wash
ington Homeopathic PharmaC) , 1007 H
street northwest. No branches. Tele
onone, 1695 no3-tf
B. & O. BULLETIN.
Baltimore and return, ?1.00. Sunday
Philadelphia and return, $2.00. Sunday
$2.00 To Philadelphia and. $2.00
Heturn via Penn-ylvania Railroad.
Tickets good going on 7, S, 9 and 11 a.
m. trainp, Sunday, November 21, and on
all trahi3 leturning same day, except the
Congressional Limited. nol7-4t,cm
$1.00 To Baltimore and He- $1.00
turn via Pennsylvania Railroad.
Tickets good on all trains going and re
turning, Sunday, Novenibei 21, except the
Congressional Limited. nol7--lt,em
"Be-t and Most Convenient.
The Pennsylvania Railroad to riilladel
phla, Sunday, November 21. $2 round
Don't forget that we make, lay and
5-piece Parlor Suite.
Liberal Furnishers, J
I 729-731 7th St. I
Ask at our office for full
price list containing hundreds
of bargain items:
Best Family Flour, M .90
per barrel f
Shriver's Sugar 0 j G
Corn, per can yO
Best loose Roiled e j Q
Largest 12-cent bot-
ties Rumford's Yeast p I G
Large Cans Royal "7 Q
Red Tomatoes 0
Coarse Hominy or G
Fine Hominy Grits.
Corn Meal, by the
Sack Table Ground
Carolina Large Grain J G
Finest Cooking Rice... jO
Heavy, Well-made i j G
Coal Hods ST
Large Wash Boilers, Q Q G
heavy tin y
Zinc Rubber Wash fjjG
Large Stick Can
dy, assorted fla- fG lh
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Broken Stick Can" 0 G I h
d3T. all flavors Q gjlj
On 1, frkrnTo Tf-xmn a OS O S
Apricots, bright, f jjj
California E v a p. P j G
Peaches, bright jl
Best Large Lump Q 1 G I H
Starch 2 IU
Java and Mocha Cof- G
lee, per lb.
Arbuckle's Package j A J Q
Coffee, each 1 ij 2
Levering's package I f G &j
Coffee, each By9
Fruit Crackers, well Q G f
filled with fruit y y g
Fresh Beef for
Fresh Beef for
Sirloin and Por
terhouse Steak Br
Best Elgin Butter,
Wooden Water Buck- iuQ
3 Cakes Toilet Soap..
Large bottles Mustard.
Tnmo "Pifl-orl Tliimc H
California Evaporated, g
California Egg Plums.
ed Nectarines, pound.
Jarge Cranberries, per JG
Sweet Chocolate, large H
cakes , ns
Honey Jumble Iced Q j G
Cake, pound g0
3-lb peks. ' Hctor
Oats." "Johnston Oats," OC
or "Friends Oats" U
Macaroni, per pack- j G
Spaghetti, per pack- Qq
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The Busy Corner.
8th and Market; Space.
S. Kan, Sons & Go
IT'S AS EASY
For us to give big abes an it is to fcliaS(J
apples from an overloaded tree.
Will be sa 11 pie day of onr usual daflv sell
Ing. giving you an falea haw cbwp gwjdd
tan be sold.
Good things like these need
no pushing or shoving, merely
Black parrel . the nioerropularMrfl
of the feat-on for millinery trim
ming. Worth 30c- 2GO
Kid Hair Curlers, the best,
3c a dozen.
Ladies' Flannelette Skirts, eroclK
edges, wide Fremrk hands 29c
60-mch Tailors' Tape Meas
Ladies' Collarettes, made of Point
de Ireland Lace, fancy aattn jndseH.
Mack collar, alo oriental lace
r 'jllars, with Inserting of lace and
ribbon. Worth OS 59c
Best quality Orochet bilk,
all colors, 3c.
$1 W B. Cornets, In white, drahnod
black extra loss -waists aadsMtc
Fine Steel Nickel-plated.
llj fleeced for-ithei girteorboj.
in white and gray 19b
Extra quality 4-yard Piece
Velvet Binding, 8c.
Ladies' Maco Cotton Rlbbert FleeceiL
V""stfi, nicely finished, cnjc&efc
edge and taped ne-)t 3JSC
Assorted Hat Pins in cubes
3c a dozen.
3 loop Military Sets, In black, navy,
green and brown -"1.GC-
2M) wen Very Fine Swrs Embroi
devd Handkerchiefs, more ttoaa
lj.lf hundred patterns. Wortlt
rro-i 12 1-2 c. to 19c 9 lic
Gilt and Silk Mixed. Sou
tache Braid, 2j4c a yard.
00 mcl German SHver Bleached
Table Linen, very weighty and
thoKe designs. 55c. "value ... 37 lic
Best Indigo Prints,50 styles, '
A special lot of wide,
slw.wy Cambric Edging.
6 l 2 c. to 10c. aIee.-4 c a janl
Dressmakers' Kid Finish
AH wool Eiderdown, tiest quality,,
creait., pink, tai gray, aa-ty,
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Genuine Lancaster and
Amoskeag Auron Ginghams,
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Red Twill Flannel XQO
ton Flannel, 2jc.
0 4 B-eached Sheeting, better rta
Elcaeht-d Mohawk 11 X
Fast Black Percaline, soft
Moire finish, 872C.
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In criminal and civil cases. Will act at
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Will prosecute claims of all kinds, ami will
buy and sell such as are assignable. Will
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tities for owners. Will pay back taxes a&
This company makes a specialty of
street, and fcteam railroad accident cases.
No charge for consultation. Financial as
sistance farnikhed to litigants on reason
Ihose about to bring suit for divorce
should consult the company before taking
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JOHN G. SLATEH, President.
Offices, 472 I.ms Mmjsii Ave. .. W.
Scissors, Knives, Razors!
rronerly sharpened hy expert cutler
und stirric-ial instrument niakar.
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IOIO Pa. Ave.
I R ,C.fl 6TOKAGE CO.. 10 to 16 K
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liestlinc of Sweater in towu.
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Coke is a cheap fuel
yet it embodies all the
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v 40 bu. Coke, uncrushed, for..$2.90
40 bu. CoKe, crushed, for.....$3.TO $
Washinejton Gas Light Co.,
413 Tenth st. nw.,
$ or at the following places: $
9 tost, fetation, lth and M st?. se. v
j West Station, 2bth and U sts. nw-
$ Gas Appliance Ex.. 1424 X-Y. avc. &
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PLANTS, "with fium 1 to over too
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home-grown. Finest collection ot Plants
to select from in Washington.
J. JR. i-MWSEIVIVN"..
noll-3mo. 012 13th st. nw.
good complexions-. Iermatologlst John IT
Woodbury, 127 W.42dst.. X. i" removes
freckle-. Cunsnl'ation free. Term mod
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Dermatology B.xk md samples ,f Wood
burj's Facial Stap. Facial Cream, Facial
Towder and Dental Cream.
It can lw giTfn irilfaout the knon edsv ut
li patient in coffee, tea or article uf food, will
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