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THE WASHTN'GTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, APBIL 25, 1894.
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TOOKNEW YORK INTO CAMP
Washington Captured the First of the
Series Kith the Gothamites.
PETTY'S TWIRLING WAS SUPERB
It Wai Ding Dong Up to the Eighth, and
Then the Senators Pounded Ont Four Bnni
and Victory McOnire Hade the Star Hit
of the Game and Three Men Score.
Results of Yesterday's Games.
St. Lons, 9; Chicago, 5.
LonsviiiK, 7; nrrsBCKo, S.
Biltwoke, 15; Boston, 3.
Cletelakd, J; CriCiNMTi, 0.
WAsnnsOTOv, C; New York, S.
l'HiLiDEU-ini, ; Ukoovlyn, 6.
Tho Champlonsbip Record.
W. L. 1'ctl W. L. Tct.
Baltimore.. 4 0 lUOU'Loulsvllle.. S 2 WO
l'nlla'phia 1 NX) Wash'ton .. 2 3 400
Boston. S 1 730 Pittsburg.. 1 3 230
Cincinnati.. 3 1 no Chicago.... 0 4 OK)
Cleveland.. 3 1 WO Ilrooklyn... 0 4 000
St. Louis... 3 1 7S0.ew lorlc. 0 4 000
TRAMPLED OX STARS.
Johnny Ward's llcautics Git enn Lesson in
' Hall l'lnj Ins Yesterday.
Johnny Wnnl and bis all-star galaxy ot
ball tosscrs stacked up against tho Washing
ton aggregation jesterday nltcrnoon and suf
lered defeat. Alter being thrown down thrco
times at Baltimore John Montgomery did not
expect to bo trampled on hero, and bis failure
to win j cstcrd ty was all tho more surprising
as well as disappointing to him. It was a
gamo well calculated to keep tho 3,7Q0 spec
tators upon their toes, as it wero, and many
of tbem camo near standing on their heads
when McGuiro cracked out a double in tho
eighth Inning, sending in three runs. Every
one was up waving hats, canes and umbrel
las, whilo tho - oieo of ibo populace was al
most deafening. It the inmates of an insane
asylum had witnessed tho sceno they would
hao died from mortification and envy.
When gentle Jecms scored In the'samo
inning bis face becamo suffused with blushes
on Slanngcr Schmet: extending a friendly
hand of congratulation as a roward for such
a noble hit. It was nt a most critical stage of
tho gamo that MeQuiro got in his timely swat.
Tho score was a tic, it was tho eighth inning,
and there wero threo men on bases. Big
Amos Ituiio glared at Jeems and then pro
pelled n straight ball swiftly toward tho
plate. Tho sphere had whiskers, but Mao
laid oa tho ball and it shot from off the bat,
bound for the open spaco between left and
center. There was a. brief moment of sus
pense, then a jell went up from the throats of
thousands which should hae been heard in
Anacostfa, Ward, Joyce, and Abbey sped
rapidly to tho plate, while McGuIro stopped
at second, w"ll satisfied with his effort.
Memories of a Fourth of July gamo of sev
eral jcars ago, when McGuiro lined a ball
otertbo left field feneu and won a gamo from
LOuistillo, crowded thick and fast to tho
minds of tho old-timo fans, and they will now
have a companion pieco to tho former feat.
Tho New Yorks mado a gallant attempt in
the ninth inning to regain the day, but tho
best thoy could do was not enough, and a
saddened lot of stars left tho park owing to
get oven this afternoon. Ono of tho best il
lustrations of the mutability of a ball plajer's
popularity was seen at jestcrday's game,
when Charley Farrell did not, receive ono
handclap of npplausa as ho stepped to tho
plate. Last jear Farrell was tho Idol of tho
local fans, and he must have felt the slight.
On tho other Jiand "Midget" Murphy, of
tho New York team, bounded nt once into
favor, and the Uttlo fellow was twico obliged
to doff his cap in recognition of tho applause.
His work in the Held, at the bat, and on tho
bases was of tho highest order, and if his fel-low-playere
had followed the pace ho set tho
New Yorks would hato won hands down. Ho
made threo hits, two run, and twice stoio
imru oaso in tne most approved manner.
Tho two heavj -weight twirlers of tho
league; Petty and llusle. were in tho points,
and the former did much tho better work. Ho
was steady and invincible when men wero on
bases. In the fifth InnlngMurphy got around
to tnlrd before an out. but the next threo
batters, although tho choicest hitters in tho
team Ward, Van Hnltren, and Tiernan
could not send Murphy home. With ono ont
in the sixth Davis and Connor hit for singles,
but Tarrell and ltuIo failed to get the ball
outside the diamond. Jleliuiro gave Fettv
excellent support and nailed the sjieedy Van
Ilaltren when the latter attempted to pilfer
To Joyce, however, Is duo in a great meas
ure the Mctory, as ho steadied tho infield at
serious moments and led his men at tho bat.
It was expected that "Scrappy" and John
Montgomery would indulgo in more or less
wordy arguments, but "faerappj"'attendiHl
strictly to business and thereby showed tho
great head. He mado tho first hit for his
sido and plaved a grent gamo at third. Ono
of tho choicest plays of tho gamo occurred
when he held Murnhv nt third nnd then
threw Ward out at first. Sullivan had a
great amount of work to look after at short
and did well, oven if ho did mako two bad
throws to first.
Joyco and McGuiro were presented with
their bases on balls In the first inning, but
neither reached homo. In tho second llusio
was similarly charitable to Cartwright and
Selback, with tho same result. Murphy
started off with a hit for New York, reached
second on Ward's sacrifice, stolo third and
tallied on Van Haltren's single. Dav is drov o
a long fly to right for threo bases and scored
on Burke's artistic sacrifice
Washington made a run in tho third on
Ward's baso on balls. Jov ce's single and Ab
bey's out at first. Neither sido tallied again
until the sixth, when Joyco tied the score on
his baso on balls. Abbey's sacrifice, a bold
steal of third and McGuIre's long fly out to
Tiernan. In tho eighth tho homo team se
cured four runj and won tho game.
Ward started with a double to left, and
Joyco beat out his bunt Abbey was given
first on ball'", filling the bases. At this stago
of tho fray McGuiro lined out his double ana
three men camo home. Sullivan's sacrillco
put McGuiro on third, and ho scored while
Johnny Ward wa9 colliding with Murphy in
the attempt to field Tebeau's grounder. Tho
latter stolo second, but was left.
Tho New Yorkers secured their lat tally in
tho ninth, when, with two out. Murphy's hit
got away from Petty, and Ward and Van
Haltren followed with singles, letting Mur
phy homo. MikoTiernan put all out of sus
pense by hitting a high fly, which Joyco took
into camp. Tho score:
WSUINOrx. nlB PO A E NKWTOBK. RlBTO A E
ward,.!).. ! l -i 4 1 llnrnhr. m 2 3 2 2 n
Joyco, 3b.. 2 2 12 OWnrd, 2b... 0 13 2 1
Abbey, If.. 1 0 0 0 0 V'n H'lt'n.cf 0 2 2 0 0
McOuircc. 112 1 0,TIornan, rf. 0 0 3 0 0
Sullivan, ssO 18 3 2 Davis, 3b... 1110 0
Tebeau.cf. 0 0 10 0 Connor, lb 0 1 10 0 0
Cart'w-t.ll) 0 1 13 1 0 Burke, If. .. 0 1 0 C 0
Selback, rf 0 I 2 0 0 Farrell, c. 00(30
Fctty, p.... 0 0 14 OKusl.p. 0 0 0 5 0
Total.... 0 7 27 15 3 Total.... 3 9 2712 1
'Washington 0 010010406
Now York. 1 1 000000 13
Earned runs Washington, 3; Now York, 2.
Two-base hits F. Ward, McGuiro, and Murphy.
Threo-base hit Davis. Doublo play Ward nnd
Connor. First base on balls By Petty, 3; by
Busle, 7. bacrlflco hits Abbey, Sullhan, J.
Ward, nnd Burke. Hit by pitcher-Connor.
First base on errors Washington 1; Now York,
2. Left on bases Washington, 5; New York, 10.
htrnck out By Petty, 2; by Busle, 6. stolen
bases Joyco, Teboau, Cartwright, Murphy 2,
and Connor. Time of gamo L40. Umpire
OLD TIME RALLY.
Baltimore Orioles Made Boston Very Tired
in the Final Inning.
BALTTuonE, April 24. Boston Bhowed tho
white feather in tho last inning to-day and
allowed Baltimore to win in a canter. At tho
beginning of the ninth inning with the score
3 to 1 in Boston's favor, Stlvetts gave Kelley
nnd Beltz bases on balls. Tho crowd became
excited, and when Jennings followed with a
corking single pandemonium was turned
loose. This so rattled Stlvetts that be had to
bo replaced by Nichols. Koblnson was given
first on balls, forcing in Kelley, then tho slag
ging began, llcilahon scored Eeite and
Jennings on his single, putting Baltimore In
the lead. Singles by McGraw, Eeoler, and
Brouthers, with Brodio's three bagger, yielded
At this point, Boston seeing they were
defeated, made no attempt to retire the bats
man, hoping to prolong the game until dark
ness so that the game would bo called baolc to
the end of the eighth inning. They Wsro
unable to accomplish this, and before the Bide
was retired fourteen men had crossed the
late. Both sides fielded finely, Boston mnlc
ng three double plays. Baltimore threw
away chances to score in the fifth and soyenth
Inning by foolish baso running. Score:
BILTIUORK. KlBrOXSI BOSTON.
it IB po A
0 3 4 4
JIcGraw,3b. S 3 1 4 0 Lowe, 8b,
fteeici.rr... x I u o
Ilro'th'rs. lb 1 1 13 0
Kelley, If.... 3 3 4 0
leltz,2b.... S 1 0 4
Jennings, ss 1 1 3 6
Robinson, c. 2 3 4 1
HcJIabou, p 1 1 1 0
OILonc. 88... Oil
0 Duily.cf... 0 0 S
uisaen, 3D., u
Tucker, lb. 1
Gauzel, c... 1
Stlvetts, p. 0
Nichols, p.. 0
Total.... 15 IS 7 15 3
Total.... 3 8 27 13 3
Baltimore. 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 lJ-l1!
Boston 0 200010003
Earned runs Baltimore, 1; Boston, 1. Two
base hits Lowo 3, McCarthy, Robinson. Tnree
basohltn HrodlOL Molen bases Kolly 2. Double
plays McCarthy, Nash, and Lowe; Bully, Gansel,
and McCnrt hy. First bAsn on balls By bth ctts, 5;
by McMabon, 2; by Nichols, 3. Struck out By
JlcMalion, 1. limo 2.20. Umpire Hurst.
DENNY TO THE RESCUE.
Jeremiah Materially Aided Louisville in
WinniiiE from the Plttsburgs.
Louisville, April 21. Louisvlllo defeated
nttsburg to-day in a very interesting gnmo.
Both teams fielded well and catches by Denny,
O'Bourko, and Twltchcll, wijro of tho sensa
tional order. Both Mencfroo nnd Nichols
pitched good ball, although tho latter was a
littlo weak. Weather cloudy and pleasant.
Attendance, 2,500. Score:
LOUISVILLE. II IB rO A EriTTSBCIlll. It IB TO A E
Oltourke.rf 2 0 3 0 Obtenzel, ef.. 0 14 0 0
T. llronn.cf 2 1 2
Twltchell, If 0 1 4
W.Ilrown,lb 1 2 8
rfetler.Sb.. 0 11
Rlcli'rVn.es 0 0 2
Donny.Sb.. 2 2 1
0 0Donovan,rf. 1 I
0 0 Bockley, lb 0 1
2 0 (ilnsatfk, S.3.. 0 1
2 2 Smith, If..... 0 0
2 lLyons,3b ..0 1
2 0 SURden, c... 1 2
1 0 l)lcrbau'r,2b 0 0
I 2 1
3 0 0
4 1 1
Grim, c... 0 0 4
Mencfco. p.. 0 12 0 0Nkhols,p... 1 1
Total r 827 93 Total 3 827 8 3
Louisville 0 0210200 27
l'ittsbure 1 00000 2 003
Earned runs Louisville, 1; 1'lttsburg, 1. Twc
baso hit Lyons; Three-base hit Denny. Stolen
bases O'Rourke, 2; T. Brown and Denny. Double
plays Donovan, alone. First baso on balls off
Mcnelee, 1; oS Nichol, 7. lilt by pitched ball
Bkhardson, T. Brown and Glasscock, btruck
oul Hy Mchol, 4: bySIenofee, 1. Wild pitch
NichoL Time 2.03. UmDlre Hr. Swartwood.
POOR GAME ALL HOUND.
Louis Defeated Chicago Because of
Rather Better l'hljing
St. Louis, April 24. Anson's Colts did not
pot up a good gamo to-day, nur did tho
Browns. There were no brilliant plajs, nor
did tho pitchers provo themselves particularly
effective. Tho averago of tho Browns' work
was simply a little better than that of tho
Chieagos. Tho error column on both sides
ran rapidly, but in no case were tho errors
marked by disasters. Attendance, 2,000.
ST. LOUIS, b in ro A El CINClfiO.
Dowd,rf.... 12 2 0 lI'arrott,2b..
Frank, It... . 10 0 0 0JDahlcn,3b..
Shueart,cL. 0 2 5 0 O.Ullmot, If..
JIIller,3U... 0 3 0 1 2'Dungan, rt.
Fitz, lb.... 0 18 1 OLanse, cf...
JuInn,2b... 3 3 4 5 llUocker, lb..
Ely, es 3 3 7 3 O.Irwin, m....
nlBTO A E
12 13 2
2 12 3 2
0 10 2 0
18 2 0 0
0 2 10 0
0 0 9 0 0
0 0 0 3 0
110 0 0
iiucKiey.c. OOIO 0 McGllI, p.
Clarkson, allot 0 Kittrldge.c. 0 1 10 1 2
Total 9172710 4 Total. 51027126
St. Louis 0 5201000 19
Chicago 0 0 112 0 10 05
Earned runs St. Louis, 5, Chicago, 2. Two
bas hits (Julnn and JlcGlIL Tnree-base hits
ilmot and Shugart. Stolen bases Dowd and
Feliz. Double plays Feltz (alone); Oulnn,
1'eltr, and Ely. Hrst baso on balls Off Jlcf.lll,
3 nit by pitched ball Miucart and Clartsoa.
Struct out By JlcOill, 4; by tlarkson, 1. Time
Two hours. Umpire-Mr. ildjuald.
WON OX J3RHORS.
Cleveland Scored the Only Hun. 'Made on
Cincinnati, Ohio., April 2L Cleveland
won tho game m tho ninth Inning on McCar
thy's misjudging Ewing's fly and Vaughn's
muff of noy's clean throw to tho plate. At
tendance 2,000. Score:
CINCINNATI B IB rO A K CLEVELAND. B IB PO A E
Boy, cf .... 0 14 2 OChilds2b.. 0 0 2 2 0
M'Cart'y, rt 0 0 10 1 ISurkett, If .. 0 110 0
Latham, 3b. 0 0 12 0 McKean.ts 0 12 0 0
llolllday. If. 0 0 2 0 0 Kwmg, rf .. 1 1 5 0 0
Mcl'hee,2h. 0 13 3 OTebeau, lb. 0 0 10 0 0
Motz, lb.... 0 0 10 0 0,McAlccr, cL 0 1 2 0 0
Vaughn, c. 0 0 4 1 1 McUarr, 3b. 0 0 1 3 3
Smith, ss.... 0 0 2 0 OZimmor, c 0 1 4 1 O
I'arrott, p.. 0 0 0 1 O.Young, p 0 0 0 5 0
Total 0 22715 2 Total 1 52711 3
Cleveland. 0 0000000 11
Two-base hit Ewine. Stolen bases Burkott
and McKean. Doublo play Hoy and Motz. I- irst
base on balls Hy I'arrott, 3; by Young, 5 Sacri
fice bit Latham, fctruck out By Barrett, 4; by
Young, 3. Time of gamo 1:15. Umpire Mr.
BROOKLY.NS WERE HYP.NOTIZED.
Tontz's Men Met With a Decided Drubbing
By the Quakers.
Bbooeltn", April 24. Tho Fbiladelphlas
made their first appearance of the season at
Eastern park to-day. They outplayed tho
Brooklyns at every point nnd won with ease.
Tho Brooklyns played mean ball and ap
peared to bo in the power of some Quaker
hypnotists. They batted nearly as hard as
tho visitors, but tho team work wa3 woefolly
mtOOSLVN. K IB rO A ElnilLAD'LP'A B IB TO A
Daly. 2b.... 1
1 Ha'lton. cf 4
Griffin, cf... 12 4
Corcor'n.ss. 0 0 1
Foutz, lb... 12 7
Burns, rf... 12 1
Shlndlo, 3b 0 a 2
0 1 Ilall'an,2b2
1 2 li 1 ba'ty. If 3
0 0 Tom's'n.rf 2
1 0 Cross. c,3b 5
2 0 Clem'nts, c 0
0 1 ltcllly, 3b 0
Dalley, a... 0 0 2
Kennody.p. 0 11
Korwan, p.. 0 0 0
0 0 Caney, p . 2
1 0 .Boyle, lb.. 2
1 0 Allen, ss.. 8
Lachanc, a 0 1 4
0 1 Grady, c. 0
Total 513 27 S C Total...
Brooklyn 110 0 0
Philadelphia 4 4 0 0 4
Earned runs Phlladelnhla. 9-
.22 15 25
0 2 0
1 3 r
Two-base hits Cross. Dalv. Foutz. nnd Shlmlln
Three-base hits Delehanty, Thompson, Cross,
nnd Burns. Home runs 'Ireadway aud Cross.
Stolen bise Hamilton. First biso on balls OH
Carscy. 3; off Kennedy, 3; off Koroan. 5 Hit by
plUhed ball Korwan. Struck out By Carsey,
2; by Korwan. 3. Wild pitch Korwan. Time
Two hours. Umpire Mr. O'Bourko.
Results of Other Gnracs.
At Toledo Toledo, 22; Findlay, 2.
At Atlanta Atlanta, 13; New Orleans, 4.
At Savannah Savannah. 3; Nashville, 1.
At Charleston Charleston, 7; Mobile. 0.
Atrawtucket rawtuckct,4; Woven Hose. 3.
At Itlchmond BIchmond, 2; Staunton, 12.
At Cambridge Harvard, 5; Dartmouth. 2.
Middletown Brown College, 2; Vcslo an, 3.
At Springfield Springlleld, 13; Picked
Washington and Xow York to-day at 4 30
Both teams kicked on Umpire Lynch's decis
ions on balls and strikes.
Joyco proved himself n Hold general In yester
day's contest, and not a point esenped him.
Maul will probably pitch for Washington to
day, while Clarko will officiate for Mew Y ork.
It's about time Anson, Foutz and Ward, the
three great managers, should get a move on.
l'ltchor Black will now ha o an opportunity to
go elsowhere, as he drew his release yestorday.
A band of music aided in making things pleas
ant at yesterday's game, and many ladies wero
Tho Philadelphia Inquirer sayB: Collectively
tho Washington team comprises a fast set of
players, and with one or two good pitchers
would mako the best of them hustle.
Cartwright tell asleep In yesterday's game
when ho stood off second base and allowed littlo
Murphy to touch him out. Thore was no excuse
for the blunder, and Captain Joyce said so to
St. Louis Results and Entries.
St. Lotns, Mo., April 24. At East St. Louis
to-day Yosemlte and Chatham were the only
winning favorites. 'The warm, pleasant
weather brought out a largo crowd to see the
First Back Six furlongs. Yosemlto won;
Bansca second; Ketchum third. Time 1:21 H.
Secovo Race Eleven-sixteenths of a mile
Miss Gallop won; Trim second; Ixion third.
TnntD Race Flvo furlongs. Prlscilht won;
Manola second; Kentucky Lady third. Time
JToi'Kl'li BlCB FiTO f orlonpk Chatham won;
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Immense Stock of Finest Staple Goods.
Greatest Sacrifice Sale
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E. B. HAY, Assignee.
or Fake Sale
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since December i, hence nothing but fresh and stylish goods
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We do not attempt, neither do we wish to impress upon
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possess peculiar and superior knowledge and extraordinary
smartness over the balance of shoe merchants and manufact
urers in the world, that we can get goods for just about noth
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being enabled to sell at ridiculous prices. $5 Shoes at $2.50.
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ourselves, but if you want Shoes at the lowest prices con
sistent with honest and fair dealing, quality and style of
goods, the Economy Shoe House is the place to look for.
Call aud see for yourself.
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Chllds Dongola band-sewed spring heel shoe,
Chllds' Tan hand-sewed spring heel shoe, 75c
value, at 49e
Chllds' lied and GrayMlppcrs. worth 11 50, at. 75c
Misses' Dongola spring heel button shoes, S?
valuo, at 1 25
Mises' Bed, Tan, and Gray Slippers, 11.75
value, at tl 00
Misses' Black and Tan Oxfords, 81 SO value,
Ladies' Wnite Kid Slippers in all etjles, tl 50
value, at 1100
Ladles' Canvass andTan Oxfords,$1.50 value.
Ladies' Fine hand-sewed Black and Tan low
shoes, in all styles fl.23
The anove list is only a few of the many bargains we are offering. Our line cf Fine Men and
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ones enumerated. ,
The Economy Shoe House,
706 SEVENTH ST. N. W.
Brttie Badger second; Florence Shanks third.
Firm Race Seven furlongs. Chlswell won
Milt Young second; Jack Bichelien third. Time
SIXTH Race Five furlongs. Sllgo won; Blchael
second; Silence third. Time 13L.
Fntrles for to-morrow at Madlwn:
First Race Llevcn-slxteenths of a mile.
Tradesman, 121; S.xtland. 101; Major Dripps
121; loo High, VoIols, 119 each; Majella, 109;
Bessie Owen, lOO; Harry Ireland, 119; Bay
Flower, 100; Sea Foam, 109; Jack DennUon, 10o;
Secono Bace Eleven-sixteenths of a mile.
Calanthe, 101; Celeste, 101: Bushligbt, 10C;
"Sancy Hakes, 107; Goodly, 110: Headlong, 1B1;
Larue, 9": Fale, SS; l'ost Boy, 109; Ivanhoc, 104.
Tllllin Race Mne-slxteenlh of a mile. Beauti
ful Bells, 10S: April Fool, 109; Apollo, Hi; Hu
bert Ocelli, John It, 109 eaJi; Bourbon D , 10i,;
Diamond Dick, 114; John McGarrigle, Agnes IL,
1W each: Fearlmon, 109.
Focbtii Race Thirteen-sixteenth of a mile.
Colonel Wheatloy, 107; Barker Harrison, lot;
Bushranger, Jennie S , 110 each: Stralghout, 11-;
High Draft, 115; Klngdon, lit; Freedom, 115;
Capstone. Auanan, 107 each.
Fifth Race Eleven-sixteenths of a mile.
Acllojatu, US; Jly Partner, 112; J. B Freed, 116:
Oliver Twist. 115; Arthur!! ,109; Dart, 103; Prince
I'oyton, 109; Couer. 115; Romeo, 109.
Sixth Race Thlrtcen-sixtccnths of a mile.
Heury Jenkins, Doncaster, 115 each; Morgan G ,
110; Orrick, Undo .Tohu, 115 each: Merge, 104,
31163 Gllkcy, Edwin, Chris, Montreal, 107 each.
Roby Results and Entries.
Bonr, April 24. Results of to-day's events:
Fikst It ice Xlne-slxtecnths of a mile.
Remedy won; Tamerlane second; I. O U. third.
SfcondRace Seven-slxtcenthsofamllc. Brev
ity won; Catrlnac second; Tit" for Tat third.
Till mi Race. Five-eighths of a mile. Love
Knot won; Antoninctto K. Becond; Bod Cross
third. Time 1:1 H.
rocnnilUcE Three-quarters of a milo Bessie
BIsland won; outlook second; Osrlc third.
Fifth Race Eleven-sixteenths of n mile. Tar
quln won; Bock second; Adversity third. Time
Following aro to-morrow's entries:
First Race Flvo furlongs. Mary, 79; Wander
ing Nun, Hi; Hob Lytic &9; Erect. 89; Oaklawn, 91;
Jewel, 91; Aunt Llda, Gloster, Amboy, Bob Wag
ner, 91 each; Harry M., 96; Nubian, 99; SL Albans,
Secovp Race Four furlongs. Margaret Ann,
riccallll,99 each; Moderate, Bunker BUI, La
vena C, Nat Goodwin. Bright Eyes, Ohelsa, Col.
Cooper, 105 each; Haytal, Basil, Duke, Bill
Barnes, 110 each.
Tiiikd Race Four and one-half furlongs. Cot
tonade, Luclnda, John McCullough, 1 rude, Tho
Distiller, Meicklejohn, Xelile O , Gladstone,
Hyraan, 105 each; Bellringer, MissiTe, Luke F
Signature, 110 eaih.
Focimi Race Five furlongs. Toxt.Dalysarlan,
Flay or Fay, 112 each; Outlook, 109; Jack Lovell,
103: Markstone, 102; Ellsc, 100.
Fifth Race Four and one-halt furlongs. Lin
den Boy, Con Lucey, Vevay. Bennett Young. Eli.
Earnest L., Ike S., Georgie Hamllue, Gladiator
105 each; Kingstock, Blackburn, Bret Uarte, 110
Memphis Results and Entries.
Memphis, Tenn.. April 24. King Leo was
tho only favorite that won to-day, and ho was
sparingly backed at 1 to 6. Tho two-year old
raco was won by Carrie B., because she got
off ten lengths In front. Weather fair and
cool: track dusty.
First Race Six furlongs Meddler,103(Lclgh),
3 to 2, won; Cass second; MissMamie third. Time
Second Race Five furlongs. Carrio B.,103,
won; Woodsncld second; Modcticio third. Time
Third race declared off
Focbtii Race six furlongs. King Lee, 122.
won; Saxaphone, 110 (J. BUI), S3 to 1, second;
Francis Pope, 122 (Rowe), 10 to 1, third. Time
FirrnJUCE Selling. One milo. Taylor Hay
den, 103 (Cole), SO to 1, won; Capt. Spencer, 97
(G. Taylor), 4 to 1, second: Foot Runner, 89 (J.
Gardner), 30 to 1, third. Time l:45u.
Sixth Back Six furlongs. Lady Lorraine, 106
fJ. Fisher), G to 1, won; St. Brandon, 111 (Lilly),
4 to 5, second; Letonla, 101 (J. HUT), 10 to 1, third.
Seventh Bace SelUng. SJx furlongs. Miss
Clark, 99 (Perkins), 7 to 2, won; B. F. Fir, Jr., 99
(Goodale), 6 to 5, second; Jim Cornwall, 107 (J.
Matt hews), 30 to 1, third. Time 13
Entries for to-morrow:
First Race Three-fonrths of a mile. Ethel
W., 95: B. F. Fly, Jr., 95; Illbernla Queen, 95;
Gratx Banley, 100; Freddie L. T., 100; Little Wal
ter, 100; Senator Irby. 100; Glenvlew, 106; Reve
nue, 106; Captain Dnne, 109; Verdant, 106;
Parthian, 109; Oak Forest, 111; Francis Pope,
111; Salvation, 114: Bocquefort, 114; Transit, 114.
SECOND lUcE-Ualf a mUe. Eleanor, Trifacll,
Momus, 110 each; Mary Too, 111; Fertile, 115.
Third Race Montgomery stakes. One and one
Ladles' hand-sewed Jallett, $3 Talne 92.00
Ladles. Button Boots in all the leading styles,
Boys' and Y'ouths' solid leather shoes, (1.50
Boys' and Youths' Fine Blucher Bala, 2
Boys' and Y'ouths Tan shoes, latest Spring
styles, ti 00 fl.50
Men's Bussia Calf Blucher Bals, seU else
where, J 50 1193
Men's Bussia hand-sewed, In aU styles T- 49
Men's Black and Tan low shoes (1.93
Men's Kangaroo and light- eight shoes for
Spring wear tl.93
Men's Fine Calf and Vict Kid, Dongola, and
Kangaroo, in ail styles (ao
eighth miles. King Lee, Hi; Carlsbad. US; Yo
Tamblen, 1A); Clifford. Hawthorne, 1.3 each.
Fockth Bace Selling. SeTen-elghths of a mile.
Josie D, S6;iola Belle, 97; Volt, 90; Captain
Drane, 92; coronet. Oi; Cass. 92; St. Brandon, 93;
Revenue, 95; Bocquefort, Simrock, 103 each;
Senator Irby, 105; Jim Lee, 109; Ferrier, 110;
Fifth ISace Handicap. One and one-sixteenths
miles. Coronet, ; Prince Carl, 100;
Simrock, 105; Enthusiast, 109; King Lee, 113.
Sixth Race Three-quarters of a mile. Billy
McKenzle. 9s: Selma, 105; Lady Gay, 103; Senator
Irby, 110, E. O. s , ll.'; I'eabody. 116; Barney T.,
117; Oxford, 116; SamFarmer, l.'l; Jim Dunn, Ut
Harvard Sophomore Crew Win.
Boston, April 24. The Harvard sophomore
crew won tho first of the class boat races this
afternoon. Thoy won eally by three good
lengths, with the senior crew next, the juniors
Eushingthem, and the freshmen struggling
ard to hold their own.
Declaration for the suburban.
New York, April 24. Tho following decla
rations for the suburban handicap have been
Helen Xlthols (4), 106; Hyderabad (3), 100; Nero
(6). 102; I'essara (6). 112; Rainbow (4), IC3; Senator
Grady (3), 109; sleipner (a), 113; Syxeston (5), 112;
Imp Sydenham (3), 113.
"Rockbridge Ryo" best In world for money
S gallon, $1 quart, 50c pint, 23c sample bottle.
Lynch's, 404 Mnth street northwest.
JL WILLIAM LEE
332 Pennsylvania Avenue N. W.,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
C. B. Nichols. J. Z. Y'odeb,
NICHOLS . YODER,
Undertakers and Embalmers,
Penn. Ave. and Second Street & E., Capitol HU1
Chapel for Funeral Services
Phone 781 -3.
Brewers of Strictly Pure Beers.
1221-1233 20th St. N. W.
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Telephone, 1133. apl3-lm
GEORGE T. KEEN,
No. 1312 F Street N. W.
HrTEBAND'S OLD CURIOSITY SHOP.
04 D Rtrent XorthwesL
Gold, Silver, and Mckel Plaiting. Soft Metal
Repairing. Brass and Metal Signs a Specialty
Don't Go Broke.
You Can Buy That New Suit and Still Jingle Coin
in Your Trousers' Pockets.
HOW TO DO IT.
Tho solution of this problem, and It undoubtedly IS a "hard nut" for many to crack,
t can easily be discovered by making a short pilgrimage to 803 Pa. Ave. (Market
Space), where THE FAMOUS groat sale of $100,000 worth of BOSTON TAILOR-MADE
CLOTHDfG Is now In grogress. Tho most wonderful values ever exhibited under on
roof. Quantity quality style are aB here, and at, prices well, you'U marvel at
them. Words cannot tell the story. You must see and Judge, for yourself. CaH and b
convinced that what we say is true. No matter what you wanted to spend for your
suit, come to us and youll find Just what yon were looking for for less money. Thia
sale comprises $100,000 worth of BOSTON TAILOR-MADE CDOTHINO, the cream of an
t enormous stock, that has passed Into tho bands of receivers, and ordered sold for what
it will bring. It Is right up to date In style and nnlsh. bristling with new effects. Men'a
CHEVIOT and CASSIMEBE Suits, nil wool, large variety to select from, r for choice.
If you can duplicate them elsewhere for less than $10 we'B refund the money. Men'a
Suits, single or double-breasted, all shades, choice, 47.50. Find their equal elsewhere
for less than $15 and well refund the money. Men's Suits In English Clays and Rough
Cheviots, dovetail cut, our price, $10. If any one else will sell their equal for less than
$20, come back and get your money. Children's Suits, 73 cents, $L50, $2, 43.50, $3, $3.50,
t $4, and $5. Worth double the prices quoted.
803 PA. AVE. (Market Space.)
Two Doors West of Eighth Street.
EDWKRD T. MISER
Real Estate Broker,
Loans and Insurance,
Booms 4 and C Atlantic Buildins.Groand Floor
928 and 930 F Street N. W.
Special attention to the renting of property
and management of estates.
t2r-Flre Insurance placed in first-class com
panies. ANDREW B. GRKHM
1230 PENN. AVE.
, Bonds, Notes,
SILSBY it COMPANY
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
METROPOLITAN BANK BUILDING,
Fifteenth street, opposite Treasury.
CENTRAL NATIONAL BNK BUILDING,
Pa. Ave. and 7th SL. 2d fioor.
Telephone, 514. W. E. SHANNON, Mgr.
New Issue of Stock,
Open for Subscription and
The twenty-eventii Issno of stock la
open for subscription and first payment,
wbtch can be made at the office of the as
sociation daily from 9 a. m. to 4.30 p. m.
Shares, 51D0 monthly. Four per cent, in
terest per annum is guaranteed. Upon
maturity of shares full earnings are paid.
Those who have property to pay for,
mortgages to pay off, or contemplate'
building, should ascertain the terras and
adrantages upon which money is loaned
by the Equitable Co-operative Building
Loans are made in any amount desired,
from f 100 upward. Seven years and threo
months are given the borrower to return
the principal and interest in monthly in
stallments. At any time before, how
ever, settlements on a loan can bo made
In TAUT or in fulL hen PART of a
loan is settled the monthly installments
are reduced. Interest is only charged
for the actual time that a loan, or any
part of it, is held by tho borrower it be
ing reduced as tho loan Is repaid. Mem
bers are extended erery facility and en
couragement to return loans and pay for
NET EARNINGS AND SURPLUS.... 207,W7.63
ACTIVE STOCK $1,3U9133.25
Pamphlets explaining the advantages
and benefits of the asoclatton and other
information furnished upon application
at the office.
OFFICE, EQUITABLE BUILDING, 1003 F ST.
THOMAS SOMERVILLE President
Dr. A. J. SCIIAFIIIUT V. President
GEO. "W. CAblLEAR 2d V. President
JNO. JOY EDSON Secretary.
Benjamin F Fuller. Frederick W. Pratt
Gcorgo W. Fisher. IL IL Twombly.
Ellis Spear. Job Barnard.
Lawrence Gardner. Marcus Baker.
John W. Schaefor.
A Worklngman in Tennes
see Paid a visit to Miss GUAR
ANTEE; She made him a loan,
Now his home does ho own.
kI?k No tenant so happy as ho.
nrr pat rent?
WHY NOT PROVIDE FOR TIIE FUTURE?
You can obtain money to buy your own home
ON EASY TEIEMS FROM THE
LOAN and INVEST-
OF WASHINGTON, D. a
169-177 Washington Loan and Trust Building.
CON. HORIGAN'S SAMPLE ROOM,
Corxer New Jersey Atb and H Street, N. W.
Choice Wines and Liquors. Best Brands of Cigars.
Henrietta Beer on Draught Washington. D.C
Special care and attention la given to this line
o( tne business at my store, and nothing hut the
Surest ,or niatorrUs are used at my counter,
ring yonr prescriptions to mo and I will guaran
tee satisfaction, both In price and accuracy
V. O'DONOGHUE, ITiarmai-lst,
tnh 29-lm First and C streets northwest.
LUNCH! LUNCHI LUNCH1
The best lunches in the city at
THE PUBE DAIKV LUNCH,
315 B sL ntr.
Open all night Near News offlce.
iWrlwr I r
Another property as good
as "St. Elmo" -will be opened
on the same plan on baturday
Mav c. bv.
Wood, Harmon & Goi
525 13th St. N. V.
FIhE 1VI.NES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
Beurlch's Maerzen Beer a Specialty.
Fine Lunch from 11.30 to 2.30.
Everything first class In aU respecta
THE OLD AND RELIABLE CORNER.
12th and E N. W
cured by the treatment
Washington Hernia Institute.
A sUllf nl physician In charge. '
1110 F St.
Open Dally. 10.30 to 5.
J Goin to Use
f A Gas Range
This Summer? Then you want to bay
a pood one, for the poorer are worth
less. We don't sell them to mate a
profit, but rather that you may set
the best, and harelt set up properly
for we do that free-
S-burner Iianges, $13.
S-burner Itanpes, 811
4-burner Kanges, L
0 Wash. Gaslight Co.,
413 10th St. N. W.
ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN.
Make Inquiry about the New $10,000 Combina
tion Accident Toiler that pays 0 per Keek, for
a year if Injured byany conveyance using steam,
electricity, or cable, and half such idemnity If
otherwise injured. Coats less than 7 cents a day,
only C for threo months, or Hi per annum. No
examination required Issued by the old Relia
ble U. is. Mutual Accident Association. Call or
address. J. D. KING, Agent.
lloom 30, Washington Loan and Trust Bld'g.
Haim't Yotf Realized.
during the 'hard times which haxe ex
isted for some months past, that an
amount of money laid aside to meet
such a contingency would hare been
the greatest blessing of your life.
Don't be caught in the same position again.
Open &n account with.
The Union Savings Bank,
122 F STREET N. W.
ti" four per cent interest on ordinary saving
WOpen until 5 p. m. on Government pay
days, and Saturday evenings from 6 to 3.
Hot sea salt bath. ISO O st n.w. aplS-lyr
Have You Tried Our Health Drinks.
Mott's Best Ciders in one-half gallon bottles for
SS cents. The best sweet, hard or crab cider.
Equinox mineral water in one-half gallon bottles,
2j conts. The Genisee Fruit Ca's non-alcoholic
beverages, vin de Fomme, hop tonic ale. Equinox
ginger champigne and mineral waters, all
sparkling, in pint bottles, 23 cents. Goods deliv
ered free. J. ItEED, cor. Ninth and 1 N. W.
HE KNOWS HOW TO BLEND THEM.
Ted Fisher, an old Craftsman, Is now blendins
drinks for us. Xow, boys, call and see him. Ho
will prepare a drink for yon 'flt for tho coda
and a lunch "St for a king.
CO! to 610 G street northwest
W. J. THOROWGOOD,
WALL TAPERS, DECORATIONS,
KOOJI MOULDINGS, SHADES, Aa
Fresco and Plain Faintins
Estimates cheerfully glTen.
1 1 1 1 Fourteenth Street y. W.
MUGG'S LANDING KESTAUHANT.
Ice cold beer 5c per bottle; also finest
brands of wines, liquors, and cigars.
Ice cold beer seired" In stone mugs.
OPPENHEIMER'S, 1021 7th N. W.
Our Prescription Department rosy
bo said to bo thoroughly Up to Data.
Wo handle only those Chemicals and
Drugs that aro of the Highest Stand
ard ol Purity and Excellence. . .
Physicians and families sending
prescriptions to us may bo confident
that they will be carefully and skill
F. P. WELLER, DRUGGIST.
COBNEK EIGHTH AND I STT.EETS a K
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