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THE WASHTSTGrTON TIMES, SUN DAT, OCTOBER 21 , 1894.
Place. 416 7th St
A curtain, a rug, a bit of
silk, a tnbleVcover, abado3,
&c You'll find them all
hero In a puzzling variety
and at prices to please.
PORTiERES, S2.48 PR.
These wo offor for to-morrow
only. It's a very
special thing. The curtains
have pretty borders and
frieze, come in a variety of
colors, are fringed on the
top and bottom, and are full
46 inches wide. Now, $2.48
will sell- these quickly.
There is not much in it for
11s at that price, but then
while you are here we want
you to glanee at tho other
portieres (up to 68.53 pair),
also the special things in
lace ourtainswe are show
ing (45c. to 814-83). All
excellent for the money.
In the samo department
we have 500 samples of cur
tain nets, long enough for
sash curtains, tidies, splash
ers, lambrequins, fco. Choice
THEY ARE CHEAP.
"He who knows it not
argues himself unlmown."
Superb Overlook Inn
without a rival in point of
beauty of surroundings
magnificent viewand a cui
sine famous among bon
A snort drive out Pennsylvania avenue
extension, across the Ear torn Branch, over
the finest jrraded and best cared for roads
Of the present year are the
finest ever offered for sale, and
represent both in exterior fin
ish and quality of tone the very
highest excellence in Piano
Manufacture! We solicit for
them the critical examination
of the musical profession and
the public. Our prices and
terms are moderate and fair.
John F0 Ellis
937 Pa. Ave., near 10th St.
Subdivision over placed on sale Trill be ready In
about ten days. Watch the papers and read the
extraordinary offer in suburban lots at Iwaml
ful Tuxedo, adjacent to Washington, -with sta
tion ou the grounda Lots, $50 and upward, on
easy terma Get in on the ground fioor. Par
ticulars at office, 623 F st nw. It
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HERE are four
that appeal to
all eood dress
The $20 Chev
iot Suits to or
der. The $20 Black
and Vests to order.
The $20 Overcoats to order.
The $30 Black Diagonal
Prince Albert Coat and Vests
Each tailored in our usual
B. Warfield Simpson,
12th and F Streets.
"We have Just received another con
signment of tho season's latest novel
ties in llink. Black Marten, Porsian,
Electric Seal and Astrakhan Capes,
ranging in price from $45 up.
Willett & Ruoff,
905 Pa. Ave.
YoU'll Bb Sorry
For it if you purchase a lotanywhere before see
ing beauttfttl Tuxedo, adjacent to Washington.
-Station on grounda Lots, ISO and up, on espy
.terms. Get in on the ground fioor now. Partic
ulars at office, 023 F st. nw. It
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jjl jl vSj Popular Shopping tTj&
II E0 Place. 416 7th St. g
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FROLICSOME LASS BID DP
Continuation of the Boosting System
at the Alexander Island Course.
THREE FAVORITES SUCCESSFUL
The Only First Choices to Disappoint Wore
Handover and Fagin, tho "Former Going
Down with a Pile of Hugh McCarren's
Money The Results at St. Asaph's Tract.
The racing at Alexander Island yesterday
was above tho average, and tho attendance
was upwards of 2,000. The betting was very
good, and tho seven books had plenty of busi
ness to handle Tho third race was tho feat
ure. Frank It. Ilarf and rilgrlm ran liko a
team to tho wire, both under a hard drive,
Harf winning only by a scant head. Frolic
some Lass won her race quite handily, and
her owner had "to pay $505 over tho entore'd
selling prico to retain the mare, Dick Baker
bidding her up $500. In tho llfth race tho
talent was divided between Finnwntor and
Siberia, both being heavily played, closing at
even money each. Siberia flattered her
backers 'up to tho last furlong, when Finn
water got up and tho race was over, the latter
Winning cleverly by a half length. Summaries:
How the Horses Kan.
CiUCl First race.
St H SL Fn.
Ind. Horse and at.
(6S4 Sonora, 111.... 1
1 1- 1
4 3 80
3 is 4"'
5 55 5?0
G G 0
024 Black Cnlia, 103 3
C19 Cno Grand. 116. 2
453 Topmast, 103... fi
C23 Forenzo, 60 6
Charlie it., 111.. 4
Start cood. Won calloninir.
Betting Sonora, 2 to 9; Black Child, 20: Tno
Grand, 30; Topmast, 8; Forenzo, 30, and Charlie
(I I A Second raco Seven furlongs. Selling.
OiU Puree, $173. Time, Ml.
Ind, Jlor.e and icL St St. Fin. Jockey.
K5 urigntivooii.ioz. l i3 i$ i jmrpuy.
4 3i h Konrad.
34, 23 8h Yetter.
622 Lento, 103 6
G81 Little Bravo, 105. 5
GM Come Home, 102. 2
C21 Lady (.ay, lOi... 7
CM Handover, 103.... 4
Startcood. Won cleveilv.
Betting Brightwood, 2: Pocahontas, 4; Lento,
4; Little Bravo, 10; Como Borne, 10; Lady Gay, 80,
and Handover, 8 to 5.
? 1 -1 Third race Six and one-half furlongs.
Oil Purse. 8250. Time. 1.-22W.
Ind. Horse ana uL St. J4 St. Fin. Jockey.
(631) i'r'k it. iiari, 103 a
21 23 InoManlovo.
(682) Pilgrim. 10S 1
ll l 23 honrad.
8W 3 to Corbley.
4t 40 40 Murphy.
6 C 5 Drake.
(685) Fagin, 10S 3
627 Traitor. 103 4
John Winkle, 10S 5
Good start. Won driven out.
Betting Frank It. Ilarf, S to 5; Pilgrim, 20;
Fagin, 7 to 10; Traitor, 9, and John Winkle, 100.
in Fourth race Five furlongs. Selling.
0L& Purse. $170. Time, 1:03.
Jnd. Horie cnl tct St. St. Fin. Jocko.
k .Frolic. .Lass, lua.. 1
628 JJary D.,100..... 2
682 B. of Fnn'y. 103. 7
038 Surprise, 100..... 3
638 Clansman, 107 .. 4
162 Sentinel, 103 0
Bon Voyage, 110. 9
1 11 1U Konrad.
2 214 2 King.
G 3 8 ilurphy.
5 7 4i Delahanty.
3 5 Sh Corbley.
8 8 6h Barratt.
4 4 7J SeibaL
7 6 8V. Leer
9 9 9 Bogart
10 10 10 C.Johns'n.
Start cood. Won easily.
Betting Frolic Las, 6 to 5; Little Charlie, 10;
Mary B, 13 to 5; Balivar, 10; Belle of termor,
18 to 5; Surprie,S); Clansman and Scntlnal, 1U0
eacn, and Bon Voyago and Watch Charm, 20
Fifth race-Six furlongs. Belling. Purse,
520a Time, 1:16.
Ind. Horse and tct. St,
(620) Finntrater, 104.. 4
Siberia, 100. 2
Tommy Lally.lOC 6
Arroco Ally, 106 8
Sharon, 115..... 1
J4 St. Fin. Jotlet.
! 2s V Parsons.
Ji IMj 25 Corbley.
4K- Vi Q BogarL
5 5 40 Konrad.
M 4W 5 Fitzsi'mn'a.
Boonton, 10s 6
6 6 SeibaL
Good start. Won cleverly.
Betting Finntrater. even; Siberia, even;
Tommy Lally, 20; Arreco filly, 10; Sharon, 10, and
Card for To-morrow-First
race Six furlongs.
640 Little Bravo.
InAex. Uorte, ITC.
Arabl Tasha.. 105
625 Aunt Jane.... 105
7 Bella 105
625 Verse 105
C36 Tytura 103
SP0 Cap. Manning 105
G10 St. .Mark 105
Boreas L. 105
C22 King wood...
635 D. ofGlostor.
025 Gold Trave...
Second race Six furlongs.
Index. Hone. WL.
GS7 Mattie Chun.. 90
(C82) B. Blackburn. 102
Judex. Horee. lYt.
630 Tioga 95
080 .Mayor a jui
627 OueenD'or.... 95
686 Wyoming 95
650 Dutch Lou.... 95
642 B. ofFormoy.. 101
656 Clara Bell
as) Frolic Lass.
Third race Four furlongs.
Ind. Horse. WL
Ash. Eclipse.. 107
629 Billy Cotton.. 100
6SS Mamie Stark.. 100
448 Flyaway 1C0
C33 Ben-. 110
John lluddeu. 110
Simplicity Ally 107
618 K. Clark colt.. 100
Fourth rsc Six and one-half fuilongs.
Index. Horrc. Wt
632 Grand Prix...
(6:J7) Ky. Lady....
Fifth race Five furlongs.
Ind. Hone. WL
642 Little Charlie. 105
685 J. McGarrigle. 107
581 soeJmore. .. 103
680 Forest 103
619 l-idzorwood... 103
642 Sontinel lOti
Jack Wilson.. 103
Ind. Horse. Wt.
Larry K 115
631 Panlata 109
Billet Doux c. 114
635 Cotsack Ill
6-5 Pickaway Ill
031 1 once do Leon 112
First raceyVorso; Fella.
Second rac3 Tioga; Mask.
Third raco Itufus: Ben.
Fourth race Grand Prix; Ronald.
Fifth race Ponce do Lecn; Cossack.
Pointers from the Paddock.
Frolicsome Lass was run up S500 over his
Belling price. Dick Baker did tho bidding.
It keeps Officer Acton very busy behind tho
boxes after each race.
FaRin's rnce was very disappointing, as it
was considered ho wat tho best horso at tho
track at any distance.
Frank Weir tried to spring a good thing on
tho public in Siberin, but she lailed to mate
rialize. Hush JlcCarren fell heavily on Handover.
Tho latter's raco looks as if ho has had too
much of it.
Frolicsome Lass was cut loose for tho first
time sluco she returned to tho track, and won
Little Chat lie's races are very consistent, aa
no matter what tho company ho is always
around at the finish.
Brightwood is very good juEt now. Murphy
was fricl'toued'and drew his whip, but had no
cause to be.
Frank It. Harf seems to have it all his own
way at present.
It surprised a creat many to see Filgrim so
closo at the finish and 20 to 1 was certainly a
false price considering his last race.
Traitor seems stalo and aMet up would do
him no harm as he is not near himself.
Bolivar will do to watch in the future as ho
came very fast at the finish.
DEAD HEAT AT ST. ASAPH.
Applause and Derelict nave nn Exciting
Finish at the New Track.
The attendance at the St. Asaph track yes
terday was very fair, while twenty-six books
laid odds on the different events. The specu
lation was not particularly heavy, as tho big
bettors were rather chary of putting their
money down. "What money was bet came
principally from tho New York contingent,
the local element being noted for its small
Jimmy Bowe must have had a mote in his
oye when he dipped the flag in the fifth race,
as Derelict had fully three lengths tho best of
it. Applause maiio a gamo !ffort, and just
managed to reach tho leader at the finish, tho
About November 15 1 will move from my present location to
1107 F STREET (next door to Mertz's Drug Store.) Hero will
be flttod up in tho latest nnd most improved manner, and filled
with a stock of fowelry, an establishment second to nono in
tho South. GEROHE DESIO.
FIXTURES, including cases, shelving, and two firo and burglar-proof
safes for sale.
FIVE eight-foot Show Cases, with stands, fino French plato glass, beauti
fullv finished, at very ronsonablo prices.
'One 25 feet Walnut Wall Case.
One 10 feet Walnut Wall Case.
Theso aro entirely new and will be sold at half prico.
To Simplify Moving
My splondid stock of Diamonds, Watohes, Jowelry, Silverware, Statuary, and
Paintings will be offered at oloaranco prices to rediico to a minimum tho labor
and risk of moving.
A Splendid Chance to Buy Your Christmas
Presents at Remarkably Low Prices,
From this time until November 15 tho biggest bargain opportunity of tha
year will bo presented Not a single article in my storothat has not got a
sterling, face vn.luo and ovory one of them will bo sold at prices that will be
all out of proportion to their real worth Here aro a few specimen offerings:
Two pairs Solitaire Diamond Earrings, beautiful stones would bo hard to
duplicate have never been sold less thnn 61,000 pair Removal sale price
Ladies' Solitaire Diamond Rings
nevor sold for les3 Removal salo prico
Our stock of Diamonds embraces only tho best selected stones Pure gems
that aro always worth the prico paid for them.
Ladies' li-karat Gold Watches Extra heavy Hand Engraved Case Our
prico has always been 25, and was cheap at that Removal salo price
French Pure Whito Onyx CIOC(CSflno French movomont beautifully
flnlsbcd and decorated with candoaDra a rare bargain, worth $25 Roiaoval
Fino American Pompoy Bronzo Clocks, with magnificent Bronzo docora
tionB, formerly sold at SIC Removal salo prico
Handsome Amorican Clocks, black
merly soia at csa ttemovai saie prico
Solid Silver Tea Spoons, $3.00 half
pair. Solid Silver Belt Pins, 45c. each.
Italian Paintings, exquisite Works of Art, the han3iwork of the most
famous Roman Artists. Those magnificent pictures selected personally by Mr.
Dosio during a recent trip to Rome, will be sacrificed with tho rest.
from the hands of tho most noted sculptors in splendid variety at sacrificed
prices. Busts formerly sold at $100 now offered at $C0. A call and nn exami
nation Is solicited. Tho goods and prices will do the rest. Storo open till 9
. p. in. dailj
I 1223 PENN. AVE.
result being a dead heat. Applause won tho
run off in easy manner. Summaries:
First race FWe furlongs. Two-year-oldfl. Sell
ing. Purse, $400. Time, 1.-02M.
Doggett,109, 7tol (Doggett)
Sufficient, 101, 2 to 5 (Griffin)
Beauregard, 08, 12 to 1 K. Doggett) 8
Benefactor, 106 (E. Tribe), 80 to 1; St. VIncfht,
101 (Keefe), 100 to 1; Flush, 102 (Carter), 2j to 1;
Damn, 101 (Penn), 30 to 1, and Punch. 10b (Sims),
25 to 1, also ran. , . ,.
Fair start. Won easily by a length and a half,
tho same distance between second and third.
Doccett got th best of the start nnd led to the
finish. Benefactor and Beauregard were second
aud third Into tho stretch, ivhou Sufficient came
up, but could never reach the leader.
second race Ono mile nnd a sixteenth.
ITaudlcap. Purse, J600. Time. 1-.51J4.
Declare, 110, 1 to2(Sims) J
Lizzie, S0, 50 tol (Keofe) -
Galilee, 110, 3 to 1 (Penn)........ ....:.- a
Prince Karl, 103 (Griffln), 6 to 1, also ran.
Good start. Won driving by a head, threo
Darts of a length between second and third.
Lizzie made the running until within ten yards
from the wire, when Declare, underjuniahment,
got up nnd won by a head.
Third race Seven furlongs. Selling. Purse,
400. Time, 1:30.
Nero. 100, 7 to 5 (Doggett) 1
r, .. n.11 -irsn Mtnl Mnnn Z
Black Hawk, lOSfc., 5 to 1 (Sims) 3
' in fT AHn.m firt ff1. fllsornn
Good start. Won easily by a length and a half,
ono length botweon second and third. Black
Hawk and Gold Dollar alternated in the load to
tho stretch, when Doggett cut loose with Hero,
tho latter winning easily.
Fourth race Ono mile. Selling. Purso,$400
Time, 1:41H- ., , , ,
Song and Dance, 107, 9 to 10 (Griffin) 1
Gov. Sheehan, 109. 2 to 1 (Sims).. 5
Long Bridge, 109, 5 to 1 (Doggett) a
Ed Kearney, 117 (Penn), '.0 to 1, also ran.
Fair start. Won easily by throe iiarta of a
length, a head between second and third. Song
and Dance wade the running throughout and
won easily at the end. Gov. Slioehan having to
be ridden out to beat Long Bridge for the place.
Fifth race Five furlongs. Two-year-old fillies.
Purse, $400. Time, 1:03
Derelict, 107, 10 tol (Sims)..
Applause, 120.2 to 5 (Doggett)..
Louise Ully, 100, 15 tol (Griffin) 3
Urania, 100 (Penn), 3 to 1, and Sablna filly, 91
(H. Hnrris), 15 to 1, also ran.
Bad start Doad heat; one length before Louise
filly Derelict had threo lengths the best of tho
start and was nevor headed, Applause Just get
ting up in time to make a dead heat. On the
run off Applause was a 2 1 to 5 favor to and won
easily by a length and a half In 1M.W
bixth race Five furlongs. Purse, t-100. Time
Restraint, 99, 100 to 1 (Keefe) J
Wah Jim, 115 (Penn), 15 to 1, also ran.
Poor start. Won handily by a longth, eight
lengths between second and third.
Entries for to-morrow:
! rn. f-,nvih nf n. Tnil(v Ki7arrf.
45- St. Vincent. 93; King Gold, 100; Emma, 10.1;
107- Beauregard, 105, andEsolyan Carton filly, 9o
Second raco One and ono-fourth miles. 11
lumo. 105; Prince Karl, 105; Song and Dance, 103;
Setauket, 95; Jodan, 93; Baroness, 90, and Lizzie,
Third raco Three-fourths of a mile. Hazel
hatch, 112: Mclntyre. 107; Wernborg, 108; Facto
tum, 102; Gov. Sheehan, 102; Littlo Tom.lOS; War
like 109; Black liawk, 102; Halton, 114, and lola,
Fourth raco Five andono-halffurlongs. Sallio
Woodford, 109; Littlo Ella, 93; Benefactor, 105;
Brambaletta filly, 90; -Midpley, 111; Harris, 133;
Ella Rood. SW; Kennel, 113, and Cockade, 103.
Fifth raco feron-elghths of a milo. Lizzie,
To Tambien, Lady Violot, and Derfargilla, 115
each, and Star Actress, 105.
Sixth race Seven-eighths of a mile. Kilkenny,
Prince Geotge, and Reynard. 108 each; Grampion,
Repetition, Emma S., and Blackfoot, 100 each;
Restraint, Whito Wings, B-naventuro, and
Lorimer, 105 each, and Baroness, 102.
First race Etesian; Doggett.
Second raco Song and Dance; Princo
Third race Wornberg; lola.
Fourth race Kennel-, llidgely.
Fifth raco Lady Yiolot; Yo Tambien.
Sixth race Princo George; Baroness.
Along the Line.
Mike Dwyer lost heavily on Sufficient and
Jimmy Rowe did not do such good work
with the flag.
A slight fire occured in the rear of the sta-
Tiffany setting splendid value at $20,
enamel, 8 day, cathedral gong, for
Solid Silver Sido Combs, 50o.
"Dutch" and "Sol" went down tho line on
Wheelock lost on Urania, but did nick a
winner in Nero.
Fred Cowan had $2,000 on Applause and
Walter Keyes also had a swell bet on.
Peter Worth took 500 of Cowan's money
on Applause, but afterward wished ho hadn't,
hies of Pittsburg Phil early yesterday morn
ing. Tho damage was slight.
Green Morris was so incensed at the re
fusal of tho judges to allow A. Barrett to rido
Bizazzo that he scratched all his entries.
Gcorgctown Boys Defeated.
Annapolis, Oct. 20. Georgetown College
football team was defeated this afternoon by
tho naval cadets. Tho cadets mado tho first
touchdown within Ave minutes and tho sec
ond before tho first half was over.
yWAINB DAY CELEBRATION.
Commemoration of tho Pino Trco State's
Admission to tho Union.
At a meeting of tho Society of the Sons and
Daughters of Maine last night Mrs. Mary
Longfellow O'Donohue was presented with a
sword, onco the property of Lieut. S. ash, of
Bath, Me. Lieut. Nash was an officer in tho
Maine volunteers during the lato war and lost
his life during the charge of Resaca, Ga., on
October 12, 18G1. When he enlisted the
lieutenant was presented with the sword by
the ladles of Bath and the weapon was lost at
tho charge of Resaca.
During a recent visit to tho battlefield
Major C. M. Hill, of Maine, found the old
sword nnd brought it to Washington. Mrs.
O'Donohue, who is the niece of the poet
Longfellow, accepted tho gift in a few appro
priate remarks, and turned tho sword over to
tho historion of tho local society, who will see
that it is returned to Bath.
The local society Is preparing to celebrate
the admission of Maine into tho Union, and
the following committco was appointed to
mako the necessary arrangements: Dr. H.
N. Howard, J. M. Babson, C. L. Patten,
Capt. .bernaid, and Dr. A. Patten. This cel
ebration will probably occur on January 7,
The following additional officers were
elected: Chaplain, Rov. S. M. Newmnn,
D. D.; orator. Dr. II. H. Pancher: historian.
Georgo F. Daggett, nnd librarian, Miss Ter
rain, daughter of ex-Gov. Perram.of tho Pine
After several short speeches by the members
the society adjourned until November 3, when
Mrs. O'Donoghuo will read a sketch of Dr.
Oliver Wendell Holmes.
A Grudging Assent.
"The parents of tho India rubber man must
have thought him a remarkable child when
he was born." "Yes; a regular bouncer."
Now York Press.
To-day of course but to-morrow you go
to work, and will need a Shirt or a Car- a
digan Jacket. a
You wore a "Two-fifty" Jackot last q
AT H B
The 60a difference is your saving.
Tho Jackets aro the samo.
Henry Franc & Son
Men." Cor.7th and D.
AMONG AMATEUR ATHLETES
Football the Outdoor Attraction Dur
ing the Cold Weather Season.
PHIL KING'S TASK AS COACH
Strong Efforts Being Made to Organize a
Local Basket-ball League Lively Times
in the Gymnasiums Where tho Young Ath
letes Are in Training.
Tho past week with its wonderful weather
has very clearly demonstrated that football,
as played by amateurs, whether representing
colleges or not, is supremo aa the fall outdoor
Wherever tho gamo Is played word comes
of oven larger attendance thnn last year's big
crowds, clearly showing tha increased inter
est in the sport.
Locally, wo woro robbed by the elements o
an opportunity to see tho work of tho Tigers
in which team there is much local interest.
Tho work by Princeton bo far this season is
not up to tho standard which, even this early,
its admirers have reason to expect, tnkiug
records of former years as tho standard. Our
people have great confidence in tho ability of
Phil King to bring the team up to winning
form. Naturally, his playing is missed, it
could not bo otherwise; he was- a tower of
strength in his position, and whether he can
coach hi3 successor to do as well, or nearly
as well, is the reigning question among ad
mirers of "Old Nassau."
A BASKET BALti LEAGUE.
A very strong effort will bo made to organ
ize a basket ball league as early as possible
this season, so that by tho time football is be
ing put on tho rack for the year tho new a
pirant for popular favor may be takon up.
It is, pure and simple, an indoor gamo,
nnd one which is so full of life and motion
aud excitement that great things are pre
dicted for it by its promoters as a winter
A meeting will shortly be called for tho pur
pose of discussing the organization of the
league, and from present appearances there
Will bo four teams as a starter.
A suitable trophy for the winning team has
been spoken of by admirers of tho game and
something handsome in its lino will add to
tho interest in the interclub series.
COLtmBIA ATHLETIC CLUB.
Tho members and friends of tho Columbia
Athletic Club were very naturally much dis
appointed when the lowering skies and rain
stepped in and prevented tho Princeton-C. A.
C. game of football on Saturaday last.
Naturally there was some expenso attend
ing the arranging and bringing forward of so
great an attraction and as so often happens
the weather deprived the club of a chance to
make it good and at tho same time to show
what its now team could do against one
which will probably again win tho season's
great came at New York. Possibly later on
an opportunity may bo given to sea Princeton
hero on a liying trip.
The football team is daily coming around
in better shape. The new men hnvo learned
tho signals and in consequence there is moro
of the semblance of team work. A profes
sional coach will shortly assume control and
remain with the team up to the time of tho
great Thanksgiving day game with George
town College. At present it is impossible to
say wLo will coach tho men, but Oliver, of
last year's "Pennsy" team, is prominently
spoken of. Ho has a great reputation as a
Shields, Lewis, and Frank Johnson, who
have been laid up by lameness and sickness,
are coming around all right and will shortly
get to work.
Eaton and Tallmadgo aro now both under
tho doctor's care.
Belknap who as one of the guards, tho posi
tion played by 'Jack Rainer last year, is im
proving in his work and will mako a good
man in a tryioff position.
Leet is justifying all that has been said of
him and is doing good work.
Softon will play after November 1. and will
add to the strength of tho team. As tno team
has not yet been in competition it is hard to
judge of'its playing ability, but tho general
opinion is that it is nearly if not quite as
good as last year's team. At present there
aro plenty of good quarter and halt backs to
draw from, and when the line is strengthened
the team will be a formidable competitor in
the several games now being arranged.
A game with tho Kendall team will be
plaved next week nnd with Rutger's Novem
ber 5. Dates are being Axed for several other
The reseave team is a strong one, and in
practice it gives the regulars plenty to do. In
Carter, ono of the ends, and Keppler, as full
back, and Hooker, as tackle, the team has a
trio of very strong and promising players.
Tho bowling team is taking plenty of prac
tice preparing for tho leaguo games.
In tho "gym." great activity prevails. Tho
classes are largo and bright, and Borne good
work is promised.
Prof. Crossley wishes it understood that
Tuesdays and "Fridays are the regular class
days for adults and" juniors, and for each
man's own good he desires moro regularity in
class attendance. In addition to the above
set days, ho is in the "gym." daily from 4. to
G and 8 to 10. Ho insists that his juniors must
learn something now every class day. Every
man ought to know his own body measure
ments, and then take such exercise as will
build up deficiencies. Frof. Crossley is daily
making measurements and advises all mem
bers to take them and go to work to build
Sewell and Midgo R03S are at work prepar
ing some now tricks on tho horizontal bar.
Howard Lea has loft the city and his good
work will bo missed. Harry Holbrook is doing
good all-around work. Harmon, a now mem
ber of the board of governors, is developing
into nn all-around man, and in addition
promises well in fencing.
Fred Watts is again at work on tho mat
and wrestling in good form. Harry Lee is
likewise taking practice.
Littlo Frank Waters, who was "top mount"
in last seasoil's pyramids, has grown to quite
a size, but is keeping up his gymnastio work,
in which ho sooms to have qnito a future.
McElhono will begin work next week. Ho
gives promise of doing better than live feet
eight, his last year's limit, in tho running
high jump. He is an earnest," hard worker,
nnd his friends predict thnt ho will reach
flvo feet ten, Royce Hughes' local record.
Prof. Crossloy's work as refereo in the
twenty-milo road raco last fcveek gave gen
T. M. O A. ATHLETICS.
Daily additions to tho already large classes
in the gymnasium of the Young Men's Chris
tian Association givo promise of plenty of
work for Prof. Sims this winter.
In tho dumb-boll drill ono day during tho
week there were fifty-three in class, a re
markablo showing so early in tho season.
Tho large additions to the membership
keep tho "Professor" busy prescribing and
illustrating tho different movements.
By the new anthropometric charts used in
tho gym. by Mr. Sims, a member can see at a
glance where ho is deficient, and can go to
work intelligently to build up tho weak parts
of his body.
Tho business men's classes meet on Tues
days, Thursdays and Saturdays from 4:30 to
G j). m.
Harry Ward had charge of the class on tho
lGth.tho date of tho twenty-miie road raco,
in which Sims officiate! as startor. Harry's'
work was appreciated by the class.
McChesuey, Engle and Ward aro doing
good work on tho wrestling mat.
Ernest Morsel and Trott will givo a good
account of themselves on the mat and on tho
L. N. Hammer and Edward Grovo aro do
ing their usual clean, strong, all-around
Dr. George Johnson will again take up
General Secretary Pugh and his ablo assist
ant secretaries, Harris and Slocum, have been
physically examined and found to be veritable
1 EVER could see our way clear to give
away jewelry and chromos with clothing.
We could never afford it at our low
prices. JKest assured, you usualiy pay
dearly for what most merchants give
you for nothing. Clothing alone is our
business. We can refer you to a num
ber of awfully good jewelers for clocks
and such things. Never heard of one
of them giving away suits of clothes
with each clock they sell, either! Go
to a ieweler for your iewelrv, and come
to a "clothier" for your clothing. Ours is the only
"Exclusive" clothing house of any size in the city.
Parker, Bridget k Go.,
Apollos. To theso forms will now be added
btrongth under the professor's trained eye.
Tho association is very proud of tho work
of its three members on tho Swartmore foot
ball team. Hodge Is captain of the team,
and he and Bowie Clark and W. F. Sims, son
of the instructor, aro all doing work. They
had quite a reception upon their arrival yes
terday to play the Georgetown Collece team.
Tho following aro some of the new mem
bers of the classes in gymnastics: C.A-Marsh,
J. W. Lynch, J. A. Forker, E. P. Holley, jr..
Will Turck. J. B. Baskerville, Thomas J.
Powell, W. B. Coe. W. A. Knowles, Charles
P. Greene, Charles F. Lemmon, F. H. Moore,
C. P. Consaul, E. S. Thompson. M. M. Mc
Lean, H. Albert, A. P. Garnett, Samuel Green
baum, and W. P. Hancock.
CAEBOLL INSTITUTE ATHLETICS.
The bowling men are hard at work compet
ing for places on tho leaguo "team, and the
institute team this season promises to be at
least as strong as last season's champions.
The team will bo decided upon during the
Basket-ball is receiving a great deal of at
tention and the fact that the institute has
been challenged by the team of tho Catholic
Club, of Baltimore, to play a series of games.
has caused tho playen to get together under
Prof. Joyce s direction. Among those who aro
taking practice are the Saul brothers, Banby,
Joe Daly, Eokhardt, Shea, Downey, Bob
Howard, Bastaole, and Pierson. From among
these a very strong team can be selected.
The classes in tho "gym." are growing
daily, and some excellent material is being
developed for tho winter exhibition.
The Kettler brothers and Eddie Toigt are
doing some excellent tumbling and acrobatic
TOUXO SIES'S CATHOLIC CLUB.
Bowling ha3 the call at the Young Men's
Catholic Club at present. Tho club is deter
mined to get out a winning team this season,
and the players are working hard. The com
petition for places on the team closes to
The team will be selected from among tho
following: J. J. O'Conner, J. A. Mulquin, J.
T. Trapp, Pierce Rowan, J. F. Hill, O. A.
Hart, J. R. Sansdale, It. Lehman, Georgo
Trapp, M. Gorman, AL Bauer, G. O. Callan,
and B. Lehman.
J. T. Trapp now leads with a score of 219,
beating his score of 209 of last week.
J. J. O'Connor comes next with 205.
Certain repairs will bo made during the
week, and with a gdod new surface the alleys
will be among the best in tho city.
The effort to organize a football team failed
for lack of interest in the game. This 13 un
fortunate, as tho club has plenty of excellent
material from which to build npastronK
Several "smokers" during the season are
in contemplation, and under the careful di
rection of tho entertainment committee they
will be made a source of much pleasure to
the members and friends of the club.
Tho entertainment committee consists of
Messrs. M. A. Keane, chairman; T. P. Ken
nelly, W. H. McGronn, E. P. Schwartz, and
T. R. Ring and M. F. Hallaron, two very
enthusiastic members, are out of town.
Rehearsals for the play to be presented dur
ing Christmas week are "held on Friday even
ings under the direction of Mrs. E. Ward in
the gymnasium hall, and on that night tho
bowling alleys are closed.
The cast for the play "Private Secretary"
will be mado up of the following members and
friends of the club: Messrs. M. A. Keane, T.
P. Kennelly, J. Cassidy, J. S. Moran. J. Swee
ney, and Misses Nellio Lackaye. sister of Wil
ton Lackaye; Sallie Wheeler, and Maysio
Considerable interest is being taken in the
preparation of a club photograph album; to
which every member will contribute a cabinet
photograph of himself- an excellent idea.
The club expects shortly to receive the
silken banner won by its bowline team from
the champion Carroll Institute team upon the
occasion of its excursion in August last.
The regular meeting of the board of gov
ernors of tho club will be held on Tuesday
Oscab P. Schmidt.
Real Estate Transfers.
Deeds of real estate were filed yesterday for
record as follows: G. W. Weber to D. B. Gott
wals, lot No. 23, in block No. 7, Kalorama
Heights, for $10. J. F. Saum et al. to David
Gottwals, lots Nos. 176 and 177, part of No.
175, in square No. 860, for 10. N. H. Shea
and wife to D. B. Gottwals, lot No. 190, in
square No. 8G0, for $10. D. B. Gotwall3 to G.
W. Weber, lots Nos. 178. 181. 182,183, 184, 1S6,
and 187, in square No. 860, for 510. John D.
Croissant and Wiilliam A. Crofft to David K.
Hill, lot No. 2, in block No. 40. in East Wash
ington Park, for S300. T. E. Wasrgaman,
trustee, to William M. Hodges, part of lots
Nos. 31 nnd 42, in square No. 44S; part of lot
No. 11, in square No. 693; part of lots Nos. 19
and 20, in square No. 624; part of lot No. 34,
in square No. 513, and part of lot
No. 20. in square No. 516, tor S10 C. M.
Coughlin to John L. Waggaman, lots Nos.
61 to 69, in square No. 81; lot No. 20,
in square No. 154, for 10; Madison A.
Bollinger and wife to Mary W. Curtis, lot No.
43, in block No. 3. La Droit Park, for S10.
Georgo J. Johnson et al. to Albert B. Hines,
lot No. 24, in sqaaro No. 75, for ?5,500. Al
fred D. Stidham et. al. to Elizabeth Stidham,
lot No. 7, in block No. 13. Meridian Hill, for
S10. W. Flnley Basim nnd wifo to Margaret
Breen, lot No. 219. in square No. 620. quit
claim, for 55. Reginald W. Beall to Margaret
Breen, lot No. 219, in square No. 620. for
S4.500. Edward J. Stillwagan and John
Ridout. trustees, to James G. Hill, lot No. 17,
in square No. 3, Connecticut Avenue Heights,
subject to $3,000 trust, for 811.000. Leonard
C. Wood and wifo to Thomas M. Fields, parts
of original lots Nos. 2, 13, and 14, in square
No. 4S8, for $10. Mary J. Oviatt and her
husband, of Chlconoe. Mass.. to M. Elizabeth
Browning, lot 51, in sub of lot No. 8, of Bur-
ley's sub, for $10. Charles L. Johnson to, Charles Harris and Ella Wilson, Bernard M '
Samuel L. Burgess, of Cambridge, Ohio, lot ' Quade and Edward McQuade, and Stewart E.
No. 66, In square No. 134. subject to $1,600
trust, for $7,700. William Clifford Long to
Charles L. Gardner, lot No. 134, In square
No. 133, subject to $4,500 trust, for $10,000.
William H. DoLacy to Ann Callahan, eublots
Nos. 22 and 23, in squnro No. 475. for $10.
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RECORD OP THE COURTS.
Equttt Coubt, No. 1 Jusncx C?x
Loveday vs. Loveday: appearance of atert
defendant ordered. Buyers vs. Jones: Bar
ton L. Walker made party. Mueden vs. Fu w
ler; injunction continued till Saal hearing.
Harris vs. Harris; defendant allowed f fix
time for defendant's appearance. Ashv urn.
vs. Dunn; acceptance of offer of Josep h F.
Brown authorized. Hanna V3. Pendleton;
repairs hy substituted trustee ordered mada.
Assignment. Nos. 44, 8,34,42,42,48,47,43,
Equitt Coubt, No. 2 Justice Haoseb
Mills vs. Powell et aL; leave to amend till
granted. Franz vs. Franz; rule to show
cause returnable October 24 next. Assign
ment, No. 109 specially set.
Circuit Couet, No. 1 Justicz Beadlet
Quaat vs. Mertz, KirLley vs. Washingtrn
and Georgetown Railroad Company; judg
ments on verdict for plaintiff for costs. It -senthal
et al., vs. District of Colombia; W 1 -lard
vs. District of Columbia; Lipp vs. I
trict of Columbia; judgments in certiora::.
Sohulze vs. Moxley; motion to set asiae ..ag
ment and for new trial overruled. Ba
et al. vs. Danenhower; death of plaintiff, t .
G. Ball and of tho defendant suggested. Da
vis Jvs. Norfolk and Washington, Steamlrt
Company; demurrer to declaration susta-ne
Stewart vs. Baltimore and Ohio Pircal
Company; demurrer to declaration overra.!.
Thompson vs. Cissell, et aL; judgment I y de
fault. In re estate of Annie E. Nv.rtl;utt;
motion to suppress depositions overrate 1,
Beall vs. Metzgar; motion for new tria. evfr
ruled and judgment for plaintiff on verd-'t
for $64and costs. Smith, administrator, vs.
Johnston & Fields; judgment for plaintiff oa
motion. Henderson ts. Bliss; motion for
judgment overruled. Gordon vs. Lester, m -tion
to assign day for trial granted, and N
vember 12 next set. Assignment, Nos. 0. 103,
116, 122, 126, 132, 142: appeal eases, 40, 41.
Cibcuit Coubt. No. 2 Chief Jcsti. e Bis -hait
Hetzel vs. Baltimore and Ohio r.a!
road; motion for a new trial overruled an 1
appeal noted by plaintiff. Sailors vs. Da liey
et al.; motion to vacate judgment ordered set
aside on terms. Roe vs. District of Colum
bia; motion for judgment granted in certiorari
by F. L. Siddons.
Obfhaxs' Coubt Pbobate Dmsiox Jus
tice Haoseb Proceedings in estates a3 f. I
lows: Georgo Thwaltes, proof of publication,
of first notice. John Seanlon. will and por
tion for letters testamentary filed. Frederl-k
Sioussa, second witness proves. Charles
Gessford, report of administrator under order
of October 6, allowing private sale of notes.
E Carroll Morgan, certificate of John H.
Magruder, surviving ttnstee. showing that
he received all securities deposited with Wash
ington Safe Deposit Company by John H.
Magruder and William J. Stephenson, as
trustees. Marian jl, uarnetr. wiu aumiitea
to probate; Henry A. Garnett. executor,
granted letters testamentary, and bond of
$2,000 given. Theodosia M. Hodge, inventory
of personality, $2,524; of money and debts
due, S6.8S0. Caroline M. Pitcbiynn, order c t
publication returnable November 9. James
E. Moses, proof of publication; order admit
ting will to probata and granting letters tes
tamentary to William H. Moses, bond S4.G00.
Marv E. McCarty,-W. H. Dennis appointed
CitntiAi. Court, No: 1 Justice M -Costas
John Buth, larceny; motion for new
Cases set lor to-morrow
Shepherd ana James u. Jimer.
CantiSAi. Coubt. No. 2 Justice C01.E
Henry Dasher and Casey Brooss; sentenced
to Albany penitentiary for ten years and lined
1 cent. Order of removal.
Lack of Water.
"Lady," began Mr. Dismal Dawson, "you.
see before you a man whoso name Is mud
m, n, d, mud."
"There must ba some mistake In your calcu
lations," replied tha lady. "It take3 water
to make mud." Indianapolis Journal.
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