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THE TIMES, IV ASHING-TO N, TUESDAY, NOVEMBZSH 230 1897.
IE, HID, CORNELL
A Glorious Race for College
CHALLENGE WILL BE ISSUED
Old 13U Changes Front nuil "Will
Urge Uf The.-0irtieri'tl Content
litmonnr Anx ou. for the Chance
nml tlie Cambridge Boy& Asy
Oust s 12acr.
New York. Nov. 22. Yale's policy u
rowing matteis the ccmlug year will un
doubled)' provide borne rare acquatic sport
L'ulss all signs fail the question of
cigntroared crews will tie decided in one, r
poslnly, two, races to be rowed at a enured
to b elected later. Iu a word, Yale is now
wffllag to row both Harvard and Cornell
either separately or together.
Tills WiH he in the nature of a big
burprKe to the college world, as the Jiu
predion has gained strength that as Yale
and Harvard baxe already signed a fice
yean agreement to indulge all brand es
ot sport, Cornell would Me shut out of. a
boot ract next June. But Yale -will not
be contented unless tlie victorious Ithacuns
can measure blades with the Blue.
According to an indisputable authority
the aie navy, winch controls lioaUng af
fairs at New Haven, will .shortly iue an
pen dialling' to Cornell to row a Tour n-ile,
Klmigttt-o way rue next June. The cluil
leiigi- will be accompanied by an explain
Uon that Yale will ro Cornell alone or
will glmlly admit the Ittiacansto a thr-.e
ixruereed laco, with Harvard as tie
Uiird crew. In other words, Yale is will
ing c row two races, if necessary, to meet
Oorne'I The only stipulation that the
Yale navy is liable to make is tleit th-
race or inces do not take place at S.-iri-toga
Lake Yah is not exactly in favor
of 1 oughkeepsieandis particularly desirous
ot rowing at New London
On the proposition of rowing at New
London tlie whole situation depend.
Yale and Harvard have already agreed to
uw at that place by the terms of theli
flic years' agreement, and both are
anxious to have Cornell in with them
Harvard, howvej. feels that the Th.it.ics
course is not w ide enough for three crews
ai.d If willing to jow a three cornered
Oomell has been against New Loudon
for a similar reason and would pu.bably
deoline U.e Invitation to enter a triangular
race if It wni- stipulated that It elicuM
be loved there. Yale, alwavs In favor
of the Thames and tjuite confident that
tiie wmiee is plenty wide enough for three
crcwe, has beennxlou for some time past
to Induce Cornell and Harvard to come
to Uibt way of thinking
Est as the relations between Yale and
Cornel" liave been Iiadly strained m the
j it-i, no formal communication has taktui
piace letween them. Eotli have been
flglAmg sin. Yale has. also beer rattier
reluctant to ask Harvard to carry jii
negotiations, oecajse of the position
bitlierto held by the blue. Yet a desire
to he f.portsmi'UltVe and settle the aqu-ttiC
championship pervades Yale men, and
the are alnmt to act with comn.endable
Ever ino; tne Cornell 'varsity won that
magnificent victory oer Yale and Har
vard ln4 June at Pougbkeejsie the Itlu
cans have leen regarded everywhere a
Ue intercollegiate champions. Before the
rice wi rowed Yale's roach and rowing
adviscTh distinct! stated that, win r
lose, tbe blue crew would never row
That Cornell will jump at the chance to
row Yale is accepted everywhere as a
certainty, and. though nothing definite
ha beeu arranged, it is probable that tbe
races will be rowed at New London.
Yale's change f front is due to a wave
of refoim that lias swept over the under
graduate element and the up-to date irrad-
unteh. who want to see athletics run on
a htKHUsmaiillke la sis. Tlie willingness
of Yale-, tlierefore. tu roster college rov
big hj challenging the champion crew will
meet with the approval of the college
world and the public.
The New Haven crew wlU be coached by
Bob Cook again and he will be assist
ed by Kenned), the well known pro
fessional. The boat will be American
ngged and the English methods of ccach
ing tlie men, which were in vogue last
year, will be done away with. The Cor
nell crew will, nb in former years, bo
coached by Charier Courtney, and the
Harvard crew will be prepared by R.
C. Lelimftnn, tlie EngMah coacn, who had
charge -.r the Crtnibon eight last jear.
The candidates for the various eights
hae already reported for preliminary
training and tlie final arrangements for
tbe races will be awaited with eagerness.
1IAHVAHD BI.KtTS DIBHUJE.
The Choice Gives General Satisfac
tion to the Boyr.
Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 22. Theseltcu-iii
of BcHamln II I)ibbee, '9U, Tor captain
of Hflxtysar'feHorvardfootbaH eleven, meets
wlUi gieat approval among tlie gradjate
and undergraduates. Dibblee has vorked
liard aud faithfully during the present
Peason. and has played in excelleun form in
every game. He has beeu one of the main
stays o' the Harvard eleven, and nas in
fused much lire into the team by his ener
getic method of plajiiig.
Illbbiee jtlayed fullback on Lis class
toiim in his freshman year, held the same
ixrtitiot. on the "vorsity second elev-u last
j'e&r, aud has played lert half bacK on the
'VbiHty eleven throughout the present
caau. He is a Calif ornlau, and is Hie
fit man from the far West to be honored
wHli the captalucy of the Harard eleen
Cornell Heady fir the Game.
IllMtca, K. Y., Nov. 22. The Cornell
fooUml! team held its last hard practice
tlrts afternoon at Percy Field, in prepa
ration for the final hlruggle with Hie
Urrfvorsltj or Pennsylvania, at Pliiladel
phla Thanksgiving Day.
The team will not go to Philadelphia
with the boast that they can defeat the
Quaker, but this year, physicallv, the
Cornell elevep will lie the equal of Pen.i
fcyivaia anil it will practically be .1
desperate battle. The Harvard Pennsyl
vania game SaUuday was viewed by Coach
Warner and J'apt. JIcKeever, who wcie
able to get n very definite idea of the
QuaVeffc Style of pjay.
Thanksgiving: Bay Football Gnmes.
Chicago, Kov. 22. -Interest in football f jr
the balance of this year lias beii trars
ferred from the Eat to the West The
big college games will be played before
Chicago crc-wdd Thanksgiving Bay. The
oollege games will be between Micnigau
and Ciuc-ga. and Noniiwebtern and 'Vis
consln. Tlie Cnicago Athletic As-en,lnuoii
will meet the New Jersey Athletic Club
eleven tlve 6arce day.
Cruis-e of the Cutters.
The revenue cutlers Woodbury, Dallas,
Bexter, Manning, Hamilton, Windora aud
Morrill have beeu ordered to cruise on the
eastern coast of tbe country during the
winter months, to relieve distressed seamen
and navigators. It is to be hoped that
tbey have taken a goodly supply of Tliarp's
Pure Berkeley Whisky along in case of
Eicknessor exhaustion from exposure. It
Winter top coats for the extra
Beauties in tan coverts and black
cheviots at $io to'i8.
The- Chesterfield English top
coats in handsome tan and gra3'
mixed double nulled goods at $18
And the finest dove-colored,
double-milled whipcord coats, with
strap seams strap pockets and silk
jroke good for five, seasons and
more at $30.
Your money back on request.
Parker, Bridget & Co.,
Clothiers, 315 7th St.
"L & R." Route
Bcst.ine of Strcuterd iu town.
p weight Suits made
g to order Latest de-
signs, strictly first-
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505 7th St. N. W.
CS GSS3 GSSS SSQCa QS53 Girs
liyitNEi' pikjtfst mscirssi:D.
Heferee himi'son hays It "Will Avail
the Century Men Nothing:.
5he prjiefel -raudc liy Capt. Byrnes, of
the Century Cycle Club, against the decision
in the 106-mile road race of lastSaturdaj,
was un interesting topic for city riders
jesteidav. It wenis to be the prevailing
belief that tlie proteht will proe of 11:.
avail to the Century men.
Mr. 12. K. Bimpoii, referee of the raee,
who I" regaided s a thoroughly unbiaKcti
man, wdl njiin alj of the lulea governing
bicvele con;est-, ft emphatic in the etate
ment that Cupu Bvruea' action is not
well founded, that there is nothing in tut
claim of Bvrnes to justify a reveisal of
the dHcMoti. Ax tp the netting back
or the fintphins line, -Mi. Rlmpfcon ayh
there was I'otlving In that which cau lw
construed .is unfaii. for it worked to no
advantage or disadvantage to either team
W. T. RobeitPou, who has long been
."unnecied with the Leiigue of American
Wheeln.cn. and thoiouglly understtindb all
racli.g rules, nlso legardt. Byrneh' protect
as groundlew M Robeitson says that
before tht decision was given by Ref
eree Siinpsoi", H.raet was called up and
fapked Avhethcr he had auy fault to find,
and he replied Uiat he had not, that lie
rinally, Mr. Simpson liolds. that tht
Century Club rules, under which she race
wax run, distinctly aj that the decision
of the referee iu all cases nhull le final,
and he is Jit a loss to see how it can
111 this case be leversed or how Capt.
Byrnes' protest cau iccelve serious ton
Haelng at Plinlico.
Baltimore, Xov. 22 The racing at Pirn
lico this afternoon without doubt was
the best wen In the Kiist thih year. Heads
separated the first three horses in four
of the races and in the other Senator
McCrtvren and Potttet Canet ran a dead
In pite of the cloudy and threitenl.ig
weather a verv Iaige ciowd was present,
It being a rigger crowd than that of any
d&i duriug thefcecond 111neti11g.it Washing
ton Horse owners were kicking todaj
bcca'is it took the railroad companies
from ceven lotcu IOurs to get their hoists
f ron: vrashlngton lotnlsclty. Summnries.
First race Five furlongs. Cominercl.il
Traveler, 7 to 1, won; Gaspard, second
Jack Jjouohue, tblrd- Time, 1:02 1-4.
Ceecmd race rie rurioiigs. J.A.iGrey,
11 to 5. won: Gala Day, -eend; Warren
ton, third. Time, 1:1 1 3 4.
Third raee-One mile. Mount Washing
ington, lp to 1, wen; Uebridc, tec-oud,
Her Own, third. Time, 1:42.
Fourth rate lc and a half furlongfi.
Fenator MeCarren. 1,1 to 5, and Pontet
C.inet, 0 to 1, ran a dead heat; Sagacity,
third. Tune. 1-08.
Tifth retc-une rule. Volley, 4 to 1,
won: Premier, second; Bannock, third.
Time, 1 40 1. 4.
Today's Pi ml 1 00 Ilaceg.
Firstrace- Five and a half furlongs. Kid
Fox and Taunton, 1 12 each', Master, Eller,
ce Belle, Sea Pnsp, Eileen D., Refine and
Palmy pay, 109 eacll.
Second race Fhe furlongs. Continent
al, 112: Fondle," 109; BasUon, George H
KctcharTj Bare All Tni Spot, Squan, At
lantic King, The Manxman, X Ray, VeDetia
and Miud idamb 102 each; Laurel Leaf,
100, Musketeer, 97.
Third race One mile. Maurice, 12G
KiUikiaick, 124; Albert S., 122; Ben
Rona'd, 121' Volley, 120; Bromo, 117.
Fourth i ace Six furlongs. Sly Tox,
ll"i Saritoga, 1CH; Isen, 103" T.ongacre,
Percy r., I'ableoa, Prince Auckland and
Handpress. 100 each;, Lady Disdain, 99
Ella tialy, 97, Brentwood, 97; Jul'ana, 92
Fifth .raco One mile. Alarum, 109.
Sadie Dainty, 107 Eleanor Mc. and Cam
pania, 10r, each" Counsellor Howe, 104.
Ben Ronald, 10.3, Knight of the Gartei
Jatncw Monroe ax.d Abingdon, 101 each;
Toronto and Wadsworth, 1C0 each, Free
Lance, 97. Rossifer, 9R; Oceania, 91
Sixth race About three mile. Sixty
Billy P. P., Calendar, Little Giant, A'h
lete and Un dine, ICO each.
nnclnjr at Lexington.
Lexington, Ky.. Nov. 22. The weathe
was threatening this afternoon, but the
track was fast aud the attendance good.
Firstrace Seven furlongs. Eton Juckel,
3 U. r. won; Lyllis second, Albert Vale
third. Time, 1:30 1-2.
Second rare Five and a half furlongs.
Conan Doyle, 13 to 10. won; Annie Taylor
second, .Mary Glenn third. Time, 1:10 1-2
Thirr race -One and an eighth miles.
Kitty B., 1 to 3, won; Hats Off second.
"Roekwood third. Time, 1:56 3-1-.
Fourth race -Five furlongs. Claret Cup,
3 to5, won; Ttandazzo second. Tempo third.
Time, 1:02 3-4.
Fifth race -Six ftu longs. Turtle l)oc, 7
to 10, won; Bill Arnett second Rollin
third, lime, 1:15 3 4.
Wll Play at Alexandria.
The colored High, School rootball team
will go to Alexandria Thanksgiving day
and play the Alexandria team. The team
lines up: Dailey.l. e.; Montgomery, 1. t.;
Harris, 1. g.; Duckcjtt, c.fSydnor, r. g.;
Heed, Bowie, r. t.: Epps, r. e.; Dorsey,
Blackwcll, 1. b. b.; Smallwood, Thomas,
r. h. b.; Itidgeley, f. b.; Lucas, captain,
q. b.; aiayo, Sims, Curtiss, subs.
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cents at month?
BYII E1SI FOR BURLEY
Stays Three Rounds aud Then
Claims a Foul.
REFEREE SAYS NO CONTEST
The Aithtinlinn Puts Up a Sloppy
FigJtt and Is Hepeutedly IDrlvcii
to the Hopes A Noisy Crowd Did
Jot Iilie the DL'ct&iun-rTlie JHaek
Cyclone Knocked Out.
Tlie bout between Kick Hurley, the
Ca'ifoinian, and Jimmy Uyan, the Aus
tralia u, at the Spa Athletic clubhouse,
last nlg''t was deulaied no Contest b the
referee. Thfi men were to have had a
twenty-tound go, but at the conclugioa
oi the third round Uyan oloimed that he
had been fouled by Bui ley, and after
that the menu was a bcene of confusion
Ryan seemed to be getting the worsl
of the struggle after tlie first round, and
it is behoved by those present that he
deliberately claimed that Barley kicked
hh'i in the groin in the third round. The
referee declared that he did not see
Burlcy kick Ryan and the audi"nce t-aid
that the relciee wasright. The rmsenbuu
of opinion wr.sthat Ryan deliberately laid
t he game down, expecting to get I is guar
antee monej, whether he fought or not.
The ciubhotise wao crowded with a goodly
lumber of persons early In the eveniug. It
was expected to "pull off" the bout of tlie
evening ai U o'clock sharp Sorue di-laj
was causid, however, by the preliminary
go between Jim McCoy, the AS'ily Mlclu
ganinn, and JackSpcncer.of Bo-stou. better
known to Northern arenafa as fie "Black
It was to be a five-round go, but ter
minuted shortly after the beginningof :tie
second round with the knockout of the
Beaneater. The Cyclone put up a e.i ne
f.ghr at tht start, but had not the stay ng
powers to resist a man like McCoy.
Almost an hour dwindled away between
the time that the knockout took place
and the ringing of the gong for the
Builey Ryan contest.
Pat Paedy, who lately met defeat at the
hands of Burley, was In Ryan's corner.
Builey was seconded by Jim McCoy.
Bniiey was In the pink of condition,
but Rvar seemed to be just the oppo
bite, lie appeared with taundags on his
ankle joints, ana looked something like a
spavined horse. He was, however, in goon
enough form to put up a good fight at
ouney immediately awimed the aggro,
sie, taking the center of the ring, inl
at all tuncb forcing his opponent to tin
rimes itjan saea nitnseu iy cieeny
ducking when fu a tlrht plice
The second round was one of clinches
throughout. Byan hugged his man at
every opportunity, nnd in breaking awi
struck 1:1s opponent no less than five fo d
blows befoie 'tis arms were released
The third round wab begun with a mix
up, duriug which Raedy jumped Into the
ring and dtdiucd that Burley had kicked
Ryan inthegrolu. This stopped the light.
Ryan, who beemed anxious to get tv-iy,
took the gloves off ard began to dresi
The spectators crowded around the ring
side, aud demanded ' Fight, fight." The
referee derided that the bout was no con
test. Ue did not see Burlev kick Ryan, uyd
could arrive at no other conclusion.
-After a war of words lasting alwut,
twenty minute!, Ryan acquiesced partly n
th" demands of the spectators. He again
disrobed and appeared willing to figub
but ilinllv backed down.
Through the trouble Burley conducted
himself in a gentlemanly manner and thus
won the approbation or all lovers or cleeii
sport present. Hyan Is scheduled to box a
twt ntv round go with Tommay Ryan at
Ehnira,N Y , Thanksgiving evening.
Pat Raedy still thinks that he cau .icst
the Cnllfornian, and after the mill was
over announced that he would challenge
AT THE HOTELS.
Governor Miguel Ahumada. of the prov
ince of the Chihuahua, Mexico, is at the
Normandie Hotel. He comes here from New
York, and ib accompanied by his wife
and daughter He has been making a tour
of this country, and has reserved Wtibti-
ington for one of the last places, on the
priuciple of the good wine for the end of
the Teast. Washington has a special charm
for tin? distinguished visitor. He is a
warm, personal frieud of Alexander Shep
herd, who did bo much to adorn the city,
Mr Ahumada before he left Mexico called
on Gov Shepl'erd, who, aud his family, he
reports to be In excellent health. The
governor spi.ku in terms of the warmest
praise of the woMiof Gov Shepherd in and
'or Washington. He will remain here a
few days. In the course of his tour of the
citv he has visited the new Congressional
Librarj and other department buildings
Representative Rlxey, of the Alexandria
district, Virginia, is at the MettopoKtan
Hotel. Judge Rlxey is one of the shrewd
est of politicians, but he is not always
strictly in politics. He will be a much
admired man In Washington this session, at
which he proposes to introduce a bill to
convert a part or the Arlington estate
into an agricultural park. He ha. already
the assent of the Secretary ot War and the
Secretary of Agriculture. Judge Rixey ,s
enthusiastic over the prospect of buccesa.
Hon. W. II. Lever, the Misses Lever, and
Miss Tillotsun, of England, are at the
Arlington. They have spent six months
in America looking for itb handsomcbt
e'ty, and round it on their arrival here
yesterday morning, when the weather was
on its best behavior. Mr. Lever says that
Washington is undoubtedly the finest city
Messrs. Y. Tugenira and T. Iwaske, from
.Taptn, accompanied by their interpreter.
Mr. T. Sasser, are at the Arlington. They
arc on a tour of observation of this couutry
aud wlU spend some time at the Capital
studying where best they can be studied
the biggest kind of American institutions
and the most representative population.
Mr. . IT. Cohen and his son, Mr.P.D.
Cohen, of London, England, are at the
Ehbltt House. They had quite a startling
cxpctiuice in getting heie, and are glad
it was no worse. Early yesterday morn
ing they were passing through the Alle
gheny admiring the scenery, when a part
of the landscape, In the shape of an im
mense boulder, toppled off a crag and
fell on the track of the B. & O. The
fact was. however, noted by a guaid, and
the tram was stopped short of the boulder,
which wfts so large that it had to be
blasted to pieces to clear the track. On
the other side of the track is a deep
ravine, into which, had the train struck
the obstruction, they would have been
hurled, and theie would have been but
scant time for moinlng prayers.
Mr. I)e "Wolf Hopper is registered at
the Arlington and Mrs. Hopper at the
Shoreham. The big comedian and his
pretty wife continue to play together, but
in private life continue to be on very
strained terms. They stay at different
10 CLEVELANDS STARTED
10 CLEVELANDS FINISHED
Ir Perfect Condition, All Winners!
The entire ten members of the Arlington team
rode, CLEVELANDS in the 100-mile race on Satur-
- day,i and all of them finished with "mounts" in
perfect shape. These wheels were NOT RENTED to
, lhe-riders3 but WERE and ARE the personal property
of the members of the club who rode them
This is a remarkable showing indeed, and it
again proves the CLEVELAND to be the best
bicycle in the market today, at any price. Models
29, fitted with GOODRICH tires, were used by the
racers, giving perfect satisfaction.
'That the CLEVELAND will be THE wheel of
189798 season seems to be already an estab
Cleveland Cycle Co
hotels, and, it is said, rarelyif ever speak
to each other.
Mrs. "V. Q. Gresluim, wridow of Mr.
Cleveland's second Secretary of State,
and her son, Mr. Otto Greshani; former
Senator George R. Edmunds and Mrs. Ed
munds; Mr. E. Ellery Anderson, of New
York, and Mr. "W. T. Durbiu, or Indiana,
are at the Arlington.
Mr. Anthony Conistock is at the Ehbltt.
Admiral Beardslee and Mrs. Beardslee
have arrived in the city for the winter.
They are at tlie Ebbltti . .
HOWAHD J)E ATLKY'Si SUICIDE.
Killed Ulmselt loiiiKeiir Hie, License
"Would Xot $e Hciwwed.
The dead body of Howard M. HeAtley
was found In his saloon ntu.N'o. 810 Eighth
street southwest, about 6 o'clock yesteiday
morning with a bullet wound in his head.
Near by lay a 32-Calibet Revolver with
which the saloonkeeper liai ended his life,
and death had apparently been Instanta
neous. " 5
DeAtley had been arrested Sunday after
noon by Policemen Vermillion, and Smith,
charged with keepinghis barroom open on
Sunday and selling liquorl He knew that
if the case was mi'jde out against him
and It seemed to be conclusive that con
viction would follow hoi Would lo-e his,
license. Rather than thui be thrown out
ot business with a wife and several small
children, to support, he choe to end his
life. His friends can assign no other
cause than this. He had said beroie
that If he failed to get his license he
would Jll hiiiLseir.
Th" deed, it is believed, was committed
at a late hour Sunday night, for Police
men Bruce and a. watchman on that beat
heard the report ot a pistol, but could not
locate the place whence the Sound came,
aud hearing nc subsequent noise, thought
nothing further of the matter until yea
terdav morning, about 6 o'clock, when
Lou Weaver, a bartender in DeAtley 's
place, went to the latter's home to call
him. From Mrs. DeAtley he learned thit
her husband had not returned home Sunday
Upon going to the saldon thev found the
door locked, but peering through the win
dow8, thej s&w theform ot a man stretched
out upon the floor Policeman Bruce broke
open the door, and found the saloonkeeper
The dead man had been released from
the Fourth precinct station on the charge
eutered against him, upon his promise
to appear In police court yesterdav morn
ing to answer the charge.
Cnroupr Carr was notified, and after
viewin0" the body gae-a certificate or
LL'THEHAX MINISTERS MEET.
Plans for the Holidays Discussed
The Lutheran Ministers' Association hp.d
its "regulor semi-monthly me-ting yester
dav. Discussions of the plans for the holi
days took up most of the time of the
meeting Tho'-e present were Dr. Samuel
S. Domcr, Dr. J. G. Butler, Rev. Charles H
Butler, Rev. A. Homrigliaus, Rev. Paul
Menzel, Dr. L. M. Kuhn, Revs. W. E
Parson and Stanley Blllheimer, Dr Brod
thage aiM Revs. W. II. Gotwald, J. C
Bowers, and Daniel Wiseman.
Dr. Domer's church, Pt. Paul's, is to
have especially brightaudel:itiorarf Christ
mas sen Ites for the children this yeaT, and
preparations have already commenced.
On Thanksgiving Day St Paul's is to
have a ger.uine prayer meeting, con
ducted bv the Y. P. S. C. E., and a Thanks
gi ing service, at 11 o'clock.
Court of (Jlaniis "Decision.
The report of Perry S. Heatn, referee
in the case of the Western Union Com
pany against the United States, has been
confirmed by tbe chief justice of the
court of claims. The .judgment against
the Government is for $LC8,P60.C4.
The couit also overruled the motion of
the United States to dismiss the case of
Crarap & Son5! and others against the Gov
ernment. ' he suit is' for damages in
dela-i in bvilding the low;a and Brooklyn.
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Regular Matinees Wednesda j and Saturday
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HIS MATCHLESb ORGANIZATION,
Again Presenting on a Scale or Augmented
Sousa and Klein's Brilliant Opera.
Next Y,reek-"TIIE GEISHA.1'
PflTHMQfA 1?- R- & - s- Metzerott, Mgrs.
UUliUluDlH Nixon &. Zimmerman. Directors..
TONIGHT AT S:10,
Mr. Charles Coghlan
Supported by a Dramatic Company of great
THE ROYAL BOX.
Next "Week Charles Frohman's Company !
in Joseph Arthur's 'Tlie salt 01 tne r.artn."
New National Theater.
This week -with matinees Thanksgiving
Da j and Saturday, and special popular
priced matinee Wednesday.
THE SPORTING DUCHESS
"With its all-star cast, J.H.Stoddart.Cora
Tanner, Louis Massen, Flolbott Paget,
Edmund Collier, Llcanore Morrettl, and
above 100 others.
THE GREAT DERBY RACF.
cxt "Week-Hinlon's "SI PERBA."
A BRILLIANT LECTUREl
By v-m. C"vui r. rlay,
ST ANDREW'S PARISH HALL,
Corner 14th and Corcoran Sts. N. W.
TUESDAY EVENING, Nov. 23,8 o'clock
Benefit St. John's Parish, P. G. Co.
Thanksgiving Day Football
NATIONAL BASEBALL PARK.
Game called at 2:30 P. M.
Columbia Afhlelic Club
Scale ot Prices Admission, 50c; re
served seat-, 75c: boxes, holding fie per
sons, SB; children, 25c
Reserved seats now on sale at Saunders
& Stavman's Music Store, 1327 F st.nw.
KERNAN'S LYCEUM TOEATER.
ALL THIS WEEK.
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday (Thanksgiv
ing) and Saturday.
GALA HOLIDAY ATTRACTION,
1 IHWL BROS'.
And the Famous
5 Barrison Sisters 5
Next Wcek-Reilly & Wood's Big Show.
Uii 11 ThP tr MAT. EVERY DAY.
JtSlJ ll IISC I r. Every Night at 8.
High-class Family Vaudeville.
The Melodrama, "THE BLACK FLAG."
TEN OTHER BIG ACTS.
Trices: 10, 20,30 cts. Mat.: 10, 20 cts.
FOH SALE llSCELLANKOtTS.
FIXTURES, suitable for grocjrv buslneNS,
complete and attractive, orreVed at ex
ceptional bargain. DUNLAI. 906 F
FOR SALE Home-made biead and pies;
and also fruits put up In jars. 018 M
at. nw. no3-3c
FOR SALE 1 stove. 1 Enterprise meat
chopper; two dozen candy Jars, ami other
crockery. 018 M st. nw. no23-3t
FOR SALE One Ininrovpd Nn. ft W. & "W.
sewing machine, price $6; this is .u
good machine and is worth three times
this price; must be sold. 029 N. J. ave.
mv J it
FOR SALE-New Cutler roll-ton desk and
office cnair: chean. Call. .bei ore Friday
noon, 1064th st. se; no23-3t
rOR SALE Electric battery: large, Je;
rosewood box; S5. MRS. il. M. STAB
LER, 901 French st 11 w. 11, em
FOR RENT A first-class, upright piano,
to private parties; $4. monthly, 140S
10th st., near O st, no22-3t-em
FOR SALE Good baby carriage: cheap.
2138 1st. nw. no21-&r
FOR SALE MISS ANNIEG. GEMMILL'S
home-made cake. 1017 11th st. nw.
Ice cream, orange and sponge cake.
FOR SALE -Cheap, S genuine bull pups, 2
months old. Apply to 8.T. SALTER,
2a07 Brlghtwood ave. mv. no21-.Jc
FOR SALE 1 New Home sewing machine,
S10; Singer, S7; American. $7. Domestic,
$8. FU.Mv'S SEWING MACHINE EX-
CILANGE, 327 C st.se. no21-Jt
FOR SA LE -Cheap 1 center table, book
case, 2 rockers, cot and mattress, bed
room suite, complete; 1 iron bed complete,
1 pfngerator, cook stove, 0-foot extension
table, dishes, and kitchen utensils; 30 yards
ingrain carpnt, 1 set or People s Cyclopedia
and World s History; on sale until Wednes
day .7 03 JJth st. ne. jo21-3t
FOR SALE Manure rrom 75 bore. Ap
plv to CAIRO STABLES. 1020 M st. nw.
FOR SALE-Stcmway square piano, in
excellent condition; cheap for cash, a.
bargaiu. 1224 I st- nw. no20-3t
FOR SALE Three show cases, with table.
CLAFLIN OPTICAL CO., 007 F St.
FOR SALE -Two Griffith pool tables;
cost $230 each; will sell for $yo each,
call at Abbott s, 517 7th st- nw.
FOR SALE YoungCnbanand Mexican par
rots, monkeys, gold fishes, dogs, pigeuus,
canaries, lucubators, Spratts and Austin's
dog bread. Send Tor catalogue SCUMID'S
BIRD STORE. 712 12tb bt. nw. ocd-tf
FOR SALE $2.9S for 6-ft extension
table, lounges, S2.50; cook stoves, $5;
heater. $2.50, parlor and bedroom suites,
SI per week, cheap cash and credit. RED
MOND, 313 7tb st.nw. oc30-tf,em
FOR SALESainple lotof fine shotguns at
sacrifice; call early and get a bargain.
JULIUS COHEN, 1104 7tb St. nw.
WANTED -To buy at once, a gas engine
Address C. J. B., this office. It
WANTED - To buy tinner'stools;mut bein
good condition. Address Box 139, this
WANTED Piano Tor storage, or will pay i
small rent; uy iirst-ciass musician.
Address C. M this olflce. no22-3t-em
WANTED To buyasecond-handgasgriddl
cheap, must be in good order. Ad
dress 931 E bt. nw. no22-3t-em
W-nNTED The use of a hore and cov
ered wagou for a few weeks; state
lowest terms", no drier walited. Address
.. M. D., thisoffice- It, em
WANTED By'lady having a large front
room tor ngnt noiiseKeepiug. neat, tigtit,
and use ot sewing machine, a lady as room
mate. MOXBY, tins office. lt.em
WANTED Use of piano for storage; best
of care. Address MRS. C, 805 T ot. i
FOR SALE One of th5 beat small grocery,
meat and provision stores in southwest;
will sell at Inventory, or as a whole.
Address PROVISION, this oKice.
WANTED At J. G. SINCLAIR'S auc
tlou roonib, 620 La. ave., to G17 C
st ; groceries, dry goods, furniture, show
cases, goods ot all descriptions; auction
baleeveryTuesday, 10 o'clock. no21-3t
WANTED Digging and hauling done at
1712 14th bt. nw. no20-3t-em
WANTED Good, sound, active hone for
delivering goods; must be gentle aud
cheap for cash. 1712 14th st. nw.
OLD BOOKS I pay cash Tor all kinds ot
old rniscelIaueou8 books; will call, ex
amine and make otter at residence. Drop
postal to WASHINGTON BOOK SHOP,
under Second National Bank, JAMES
O'NEIL, Prou.. 509 7th st. nw. oc2S-lm
FOR SALE BICYCLES.
FOR SALE Will sell lady's wheel, rirst-
class condition, cheap. 80G 12tb at
FOR SALE '97 bicycles on So monthly
I payments. Wo are closing out our cn
i tlie stock of ladles and men's high-grade
. new and second-hand '97 bicycles on $5
monthly payments. No. matter how small
your salary, you can afford a bicycle in
such terms as these. F. GJdMlTH. 1225
Ta ave- nol8iGt,em
Treats succesf ully all diseases of tbe
Nose, Tbroat, Lung-- rirart. sj-r-s.
Brain, Blood, bkin, etoi'iatb Kul
neb, Llauoer, Jv gi.i Lo?si Sexual
"Weakness. Sypbihs and aU Hpeoal
diseases of either sex. Stricture,
Varicocele and Hjdrocele cureu :or
lire wltnout operation. No pain.
Jno loss of time. Consultation ind
urinary analysis free.
XT Dr. ouuu employ no suh-
Mitute. but sees cuch nate.it
S5.00 A MONTH
Covers treatment and Meillrlnes.
n Hours-10 to 12 and 3 to t caily.
Sunday, 11 to 12 no23-tf
The "3 Days" Cure
(for men) leads all remedies in ttii city;
apron pt and permanent care o. no charge;
Ct tiujlioit Tree. ilu. MciLCr.ti.A.s, ", 1
12 ib st. nw. no2.1-lmo
PHOF. CLiVY-Oldest established clairvoy
ant advertising in this cltj; consult hira
on business, lawsuits, divorce. speculation,
separations, love or rannly tioubles: can
tell you anything you wish to know, brings
separated n us band and wire together;
makes sweetheart or lover true: causes
marriages, removes spells or mysterious
feelings, gives luck; fee, 50 cents, hours,
10 to 10 daily. 480 H st-uw. no23-3t
SPIRITUALISM MRS ZOLLER, medium,
1102 ;sew York ave., lilili aud 1 nw j,
circles, Tuesday aud Friday evenings; In
terviews daily, Sunday evening meetings.
Typocraplilcal Hall, 425 G St. aw.
THEY'RE GOING like hot cakes; you'll
need a first-class custom-muiie suit, or
overcoat, juit a little worn, and we'll
sell you one at a rigure that will make
us friends Torever. JTJ&TlI'a ULI) Sl'ANIi.
619 I) st nw. . no23-7t
MADAM ALRIAH Bou'c rail to visit
tliH wonderful iady. teui your lite from,
cradle to grave, gives good luck free; fee
25aud 50c. Rooms 78 H st. lt,era
Tri Qrinln'i Chlorldlum Uiscovery Tor
Ll.i fllifi fConsumpUon, Inabetea, and
iniuuuuu -BrJght,a jjiBeane. adminis
tered at reduced prices during the winter.
Dr. Shade also treats successfully Nervous
aud Brain diseases, all forms of Indigestion
aud nervous affections, and chrome dis
eases. Consultation free on Monday, Wed
nesday, and Friday, 9 to 1 2 a. m. and 2 to
5 p. m. feetid for booklet, symptom lank,
for tliosp desiring "home" treatment.
Medium aud card reader: Washington's
most ramous clairvoyant and palmist, con
sult her on business, love aud family af
fairs, reuuites the i-epaiaied: removes
speils. causes speedy marriage, and gtej
good luck open dally, German spokm. 25c
and 50c. 929 H st. nw. no21-14t
iriki.rfs bUITS for nnre at Garner's. 7th
and H sta. Lol6-tt
EXPERT SPECIALIST. 1 23 years ex
perienc e 1 All private diseases quickly and
permanently cured. SYPHILIS positively
cured in any htuge. Consultation free.
Hours,, 0 to 12, 2 to 5. Tuea..
Thurfc. and Sat. evening, 7 to 8.
X. 602 F st. nw. Closed feunday.
The society adviser- '-Herald-
The creat life reader-
505 UTH ST- NORTHWEST.
PRIVATE SNAP For men; sure cure; sale
by all druggists; 50 cent", nolli-lm-em
It you are ruptured, you should have a
properly adjusted truss. One that will
retain the hernia, and yet be comfortable.
Our more than twenty year' experience In
fitting, euabe3 us to gl satisfaction.
A-hitomiiml Sstipporter.s, Elastic
Hosiery, Suspensories, Ktc.
raiflEtoii Surgical Instrument Honse,
110S F street N. W.
ncl-i 3 mo
Your Destiny Foretold by
The Great Clairvoyant and Palmist.
Why remain In doubt about the outcome
of Important affairs or your Iile' Consult
this gifted woman. She can give you the
luiormation you are seeking. All your
wishes and desires can be iccomplished.
Bad and evil influences rmei. Full
names given. Charges. 50o and SI, 1303
1 st nw. irf)ll-24t-em
AVIiea Oth-rs Fail, Consult
Tne most able and successful Specialist
in tne treatment of all Nervous. Chronic,
bkin and PRIVA1L DltoE.AS.fc.S- HIS
COMPLETE outfit uf inouern appliance,
X-RAY. Static, Fararuc and ualvaui? Elec
tricity enables him to treat with success, ps
Kidney and Bladder Diseases, Seual Weak
ness, Stricture, ilemorriioiu:,, SypbUla and
Diseases of Women, free eouMiliation rrom
a to 0. Oil) Pa ave. mv., Washington.
V. V. nolO-tf
Mrs OR, REISER,
rn u;etTtcs. Kold medal awarded roc tfc
science of obstetrics tio:a 'he Univertlty
of Munich, Bavaria; treats successfully
woman a complaints and Irregularities; private-
sanitarium Tor ladies before nnd dar
ing coin ineuient Orriee li'.ur fru-n ! a.
m. to 6 p in.. No. 610 Pa. ae. nw. ae3-tf
NATIONAL DEtfTAL PARLORS
oou if Mreet Aurtuwent.
Hold fiilinga and bridge work a pe
nalty, at the lowest price, amalgam rill
lngs, DUc, lull seta ot teeth on platea, 55;
extracting, either by gan or local apray.
Bbnolutely painless. 50c; without. 25c; all
Work aone by experts, aud guaranteed ths
Deat; open on bundays from 10 to a
iiA.nciNG Caldwell s Acauemy, cor. Sib
and H sts. nw.. class evenings, Tues
day and Friday. nrlate lessons given
! ilailv by appointment. Address 7 7th
st. uw. noi-oc,em
MME. LA RAU, medium; tells past and
present; gtves luck. 1223 1-2 F st. nw.;
walk upstairs. uoS-lm.em
FOR SALE- -BtlHhES A CAKHIAGK3.
WANTED norse for his keep: will bjy It
suited. Addiess F. B mis office.
FOR SALE SmalL bay mare: good driver;
cheap: S30. R E. DURKAH. Woodrldge
T. O.. Loudon, D. C. noSl-36
EO It S A LE Horse and wagon and harness;
cheap. 443 I st. nw. no21-3t
FOR SALE Cheap, horse, harness and
bugiry. Audress DON CARLOS, this
FOR SALE At all times, horses, wagens,
and harness, horses to suit all purptwes.
SHli'-raction guaranteed or no sale; at my
st i-'es, in rear of 212 4 1-2 st. uw.
FOR HIRE -Nice horses, buggies audDsy
lons, $1.50 to $2 per day. J. W. PftfcaS-
Tu.'S s'liVbL.bs, cor. Sin audi sts. uw.
FOR HIRE- Full dress suits. SI only. JU
LIUS COHEN, 1104 7tnat.nw.
FOR HIRE To drummers and business
men, horse and buggv or Dayton, 2 per
day, and special prices for pleasure driving.
Apply to the REX STABLES, rear 615 a
St. nw.. telephonu call. 109. ap30-tf
FOH HENT. 1KLLAN JEOUS.
FOR RENT Unfur. basement for caterer;
rent taken iu meals, near Palais. Royal.
723 tltit st.nw. no22-3t,em
FOR RENT Callgraph typewriter. No. 2;
' perfect Condition; .-fy. Audress SETTLE,
Harrison KlutS; no21-3t
FOH SALE FAHA1S.
FOR SALE We have a large uumber oC
: good ranns for bate. Call or write, WILL
IA.M H. fitlUE & CO.. 017 14th St. UW.
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