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FRANK LI The Oldest Lumber will 100 ft. C .-gang and bend-sawed-even t1i -="we sell everytt the construction 4 Frank LiIb Lumbern & Millw( it The largest stock of sporting goods south of Philadelphia. All the celebrated makes of Gous kno sto sportsmen; all, kinds of ammunition-t eelebrated Stalding Foot Balls and Fo Ball Toggery-and all the other sporth things you need for the healthy. man sports that are now seasonable. Satisfa tion always guaranteed. TAPPAN'S, 1013 PA. AVE. "Johannisberg" -the "Swelle't" White Wine of 'em all. truly deliclous and appettsing h wins 50 a qt., or $5 a tase of 12 qts. Delivered an where in the District. flO-KALON WINE CO., 614 14t1 'Phone W&8. sel4-'tm,20 If You Want To Save Money, es iomt forget we are cloisgrout several lit oa Winter Underwear Me 2D per cent di c ount for cash. Our rglar Ins are or atd complete and we re readyo ab e 5 : you the meeteanplt,stocof oll kDids( f~Unerar a hot. rcs We ran: *** oau $1.00 per suit to $10ersi.' C ssell anl Underwiar FOIL WAT IT IEALL Silk Umbrellas, $2.50. An fat as our Sfilk Umhrellss at $2.50 sa $00came In the'y go out. Everybody lik( t"alsy thyae th bet at it Ilerchant Tailoring. U 'I you want strictly First-clams Tallorin Swe can a ceomate you Onr work is t *bet; our prie on tent. Buitings ro *C$3D to $W aini up. W. 5. TEEL, NZWX~rM T M EN'S FURNISE, 935 Pa. Ave. N.W. 2t HALF PRICE Has a magic effect In trade circles. It ea fthe furnish n an dero eor time to making men's sbirts and and. wear and ladies' shirt waists. All furnF. lag=g for HALF usual prices. $2 l~briW . ne , $1-7e. kind. =c.-$150 Ne wear. Tc P. T. HALL,,""" "St e3-164 Beautiful Weathei For Driving, this. :: fyou haven't a team ofyour own-Ta suppl You with a "SelT Cart ~ a~ r 'Vltora"certain days cacti week. 11 .1 u5as mak a specialty of Weddings a. S..Theater Parties g C 5oor facilities tom properly boardi, e m orses are second to none in Amerie .. ..easnable rates. Downey's Hotel for Horses S=2-l62 L STBEE'. 'PHONE 55. ee15-20d WOULD YOU NOT EXPECT TO PAY MORE -for a house built of solid granite than- oE wela The ame log applies in tallorin We ue o TUlyTEBT OF EVERYTIJIN in hecostrctonof S.& W." garments the best cloth-the best trimmings-the be workmen to make them up. ~A wthal, or *iie r very mo' eratml ee the' 'Nwegl" Wooens for Fa Overcoats. SNYDER & WOOD. x PA. AV. Pine Talloring at Reasonable Prices. oc15-14d Moire $l-5o derbies. e a * *5 We have just received another lot *.*..* those $1.80. $2 and $2.50 Derbies si e e eC Alpin.. You-ll he surprised how go a.... a hat thl.$1.5Done I.. CC e e* Sole agents for "D. C" for Dunlasl ... t orrect..at. C'has. H.e Ruoff, Hatter, 905 Pa. Ave. ee10.24d Our $15 Overcoats To Your Measure -mat be mae to be appreciated. Drop and see some that are in ene tourae onipletbough tThe boys tel i that ti hefore. g70ur $15b and $2ats tomeura mnIn Washington. Haslett & PIstel, U,.to duet 1345 Pa. Ave. N. W. g" ei4405 TAKE Our 52.40 Hat to an; Natter In the city-corn pare It with his "three dollar" qualIty. S ours Is not fully a good a hat "Return It For Your Money." HENRY FRANC & SON, .3" Judge us by the sort of half-ton work we turn out. We will "pit ours against any that is done. 0 bard rolled copper only, and mad by our new half-tone "expert" by celebrated process. NA m JYCE ENGRAVING CO., BBEY & CO. - - - - -- - 1824. Firm in Washington. - I . buy i f BOARD :kness-any length you call for. d N "i iing that enters into 1 Ti >f a house"= -B U ai bey & Co. C irk, 6th & N.Y. Ave. *i ic ti b A Good Derby or eM Soft Hat for $2. 1 ; "A MAN MAY FLOURISH " I IN AN OLD CRAVAT S -but both man and nature corn thu It g- *shorklng' hat." iM - - We sell THER BEST Hats In America for n( y - the price--$1.0 starts th'm-hetter oys ut --for $2f25.$.$.0ad $4-all new' at)ii, the latest *'alllWkaH nw C - -- L7"Youmans' Ia tne "Swell" Hat for - youmg men. We are sole D. C. agents. JAMES Y. DAVIS' SONS, Batters and Furriers, 1201 Pa. ave. oel5-24eo SomethingNewin 4 INSURANCE= Your Bicycle Insured - 2 Against Theft or Accident For $6.oo Per Annumn.. -- It's a matter of econouy and con venience for you to insure yo r ra wheel with ns. No nmatter how W' --- often or where you break down In Z37 town-thele's one of our shops near ]K -where the anj il7 e, --ea FREE OF, (X*iOP. Write, call ' or 'ph.ne (1513) for particulars. eo. B. Harleston, 1335 RPi CMrat Agent Pa. Murnal Bicycle Insurance 9. MCo., ham!,. offij, ::l5t Ar.h*1at ji'h =o8-td D; "McKnew's Talk on Underwear." 3' There are nfre 91 e . distinct wiIglts G. - ir this line oF t.I' 88 famnous D:. 3,-c M ger nitary Wo Al - esteme Co.'s r wer Weights gradal to - all the vrious Iesans. *6-erlls asC I * if the we[lgut you - dsice ,anght to be do n t int, tarry a full ine fo of this celebrtel i( u n d e r wenr for aMen. wsi- al o = ,ree for AIAno catalogue of the, A u W. -H. MCKnew, Lr Men's. Ladles' (a Children's Furnishings Cloaks, Suits and Furs, )3 Pa. Ave. Ti )fir IT CURS5 where medicine has failed. e * COLUMIlA NATUILAL LITHIA WATElt- th * the pr t and greatest water in the werMl! ti * ~l~'t akenoranye frt, b-It get one or q * * * our efreulars detalling -urea of a most e- ar * * * markable character! Its wonderful ellicc ;a * * * In lhenmatism, Kidney. Blood aml Stomnh - oc * * troubles haa .won for it the indorisemnent of hi - - our best rssIdent phyicleans. t ar Columbin Natu- | ral Lithia Water. be he e - . OLTN-Pr''ret"'- 46o K St. N. W. a When you ' li H watshiOnrts G. Remember, you can get your need sup plied better in every SAMPLE SHiT way HERE-han anywhere else e in town. Those I turn out tre d TO ORDER, corre< t - technieally anal fash lonal'y. The workmanship, ma- to - $1.50. terrlns, Alt and style are right at It In every pirtleutar. I15 fbltmaker, IFran kWels=e~~ I-1 Frank~ el Men's Furnisher p 1411 Penna. Ave., u,.der wiard's D oc'12-3m,16 BI TI Columbias S --Triumphantly pass tests thatT ,f would wreck merely "good" mna fi chines. "Columbias" are more * than "good." They're excellent -a tip top in every respect. -sI Take a course of lesson, at columbhia 0 Field. You'll soon become a hold and G * accomplIshed cyclist there. u t District Cycle Co. "'iiar - 3. Har naBrain, 45:2 Pa. A e au10-3m,28d iT n Amteurrl j Photographers ,e 4 -will find anything they want in ths a of Cl d 4 Photographie Materials In a larger yaie ci e s lear ptotre. bll nwrie kes o h ave-the first show here. -Then there's- our DrRom at your servIce free. ( i-liou ghton & Delano,c - i416 N. Y. Ave. 014-20d As soon as yourb V Watch doesn't "work," Bring It here to headquarters. It'll be fixed In a * ty ried Spclry n ths o ne tng ha made f us pafrtleularly expert. 75c., for cleanIng or new Burrit 'S HospItal for watche, 632 G st- B o14-12d The largest, finest and freshest C: "Steamed Oysters" in Washington. ft Gentlemanly waiters. Elegant din- s ing rooms. Open till 12 p.m. SAUTTER'S, 502 STH S. ee2-mld ae le The EvenIng Star for the full .timo the Ji - mystery story, "When the War Was over," 0r e is running. Including back numbers, will be " sent, postpaId, to out-of-town subscrIbers for 60 cents. Subscribe for an out-of-town til Free to Bald Head.. K We will mail on applIcatIon free InformatIon how ar drow hairepodia Uaid head stp fiigh SI 111f AL DISPENSARY, i27 E. 84 it., Cipi 11S OFFER ACCEPTED reiminaries Promptly Arranged for Next Yea's (ContesL I. ROE MmEABED WiTH THE AMION nglish Yachtsmen Disposed to Regard Him as Impetuous. 0 CONDITIONS IMPOSED LONDON, October 15.-Mr. Rose is evi Intly pleased with the prompt action of the .Y.Y.C. on his challenge for the America's ip, and talking over h!s future action, said at he was unable to say at present when he ould begin building or whether he would ,ce his yacht In the Riviera regattas or in rit!sh waters before sending her to the rilted States. He added: "Many details as to time and ace must be arranged before I can take 'y. steps. Doubtless the New York Yacht ub committee will confer with me." The Pall Mall Gazette, commenting on the ceptance of Mr. Rose's challenge; thraugh e Royal Victoria Yacht Club, for the Amer L's cup. remarks: "There is little doubt at English yachtsmen as a rule will not altogether pleased at the impetuosity of r. Rose's challenge. That it implies a iticism of Lord Dunraven is denied, but e fact remains that even though the in rition was absent, Mr. Rose is far better town on the turf than In yachting; in Lch Dunraven is one of the most distin ished amateurs, without reckoning the Ins and expense to which he was put in ; endeavors to regain the cup. Mr. Rose, 3reover, has ceased to protest against the w deed of gift to which others have so renuously objectel. In addition, Soper is t the equal of Watson." FACEi A GALE. rmarkable Time Made by Washing ton Pigeons In a Recent Race. he Capital City Homing Club held other race October 13 from Fayetteville, C., air-line distarce of 287 miles. The ather was not in any way favorable for ing birds, as a strong northwest gale 1w all day, and it was thought. by all umbers of the club that no returns would made in the day, but shortly before 4 n. the b!rds began to arrive, and the ce resultt-d as follows: First, W. H. Key rth (C. c. '95), 318; average velocity. 075 #-518 yards per minute. Second W. R. yworth (c. c. '95), 328; average velocity, 1i 3r-2o01 yards per minute. Third, H. E~liss (c. c. '95), 218; average velocity, 1 37-518 yards per minute. Fourth, W. Gary (c. c. '95), 11; average velocity, 2_3-534 yards per minute. Fifth, Dr. H. rla.g (c. c. '95), 161; average velocity, 1 219-5.5 yards per minute. Sixth, 1. C. all (C. C: 'U5). oi; average velocity, 900 r457 yards per minute. Seventh, Samuel allace (c. c. '95), 248; average velocity, 347-.57 yards per minute. Eighth, L. Orndorff (c. c. '95), 91; aversge velocit, 5-571 yards per nitnute. Ninth, A. C. :Lean; no returns day of toss. CREEDON HOLDS HIS OWN. f0ats the "Coffer Cooler" After leing Well Punched Himself. Irank Craig, the "Harlem Coffee Cooler." d Dan Creedon, well known in America, ight a twenty-round ,flght at the Na nal Sporting Club in London last night, d Creedon won in the twentieth round. nong the first arrivals at the ring side Ls Peter Jackson, accompanied by Aleo bergsO. About 9 o'clock a stylish brougham aught Lord Lonsdale. Among those esnt were many well-known turnites. d Mace Burge, Plimmer and Corfield. Lt 10 o'clock the contestants shook hands. .e opening rounds were contested in a endly fash-on, but on warming to the ork, Cra.g rushed and swung his right to such iffect that Creedon, after being ocked down- in the sixty round, went ak and was all but beaten in that and a two sub.equent rounds. Still he fought mely, and just toward the end of the ,hth round he landed with the right on a jaw and shook "The Cooler." From is point Craig boxed wildly and fre ently clutched his opponent or ran )und the ring to escape punishment. He :asiona.ly swung his right, but Creedon d the best of matters to the end in the entieth round. The progress of the fight d the result caused immense excitement kong the roughs outside, and the police re obliged to charge the crowd to enable club members to make an exit. Eastera's Second Eleven. 'he second team of the Eastern High hool has organized, and would like to ar from all teams whose members erage under 130 poulids. Challenges should sent to P'rof.WilsonEastern High School. ie team lines up as follows: L. Combs, ht end; H. Barstow, right tackle; H. inter, right guard; A. Shillings (capt.), ater: P. Harrison, left guard;'J. Maupin, t tackle; Art. Parsons, left end; A. Har quarter back; A. Fanvoigt, right half; Buver, left half; Wagner, ful! back. Foot Ball at Kendall Green. ['he game between the elevens of Gallau t College and' the Potomac Athletic Club morrow at Kendall Green will be called 4 p.m., with the following line-up: lotomacs. Positions. Gallaudets. lne ............... Center ............Simelan octor..........Right guard...........Brooks Lvis.............. Left guard............Rosson rman, capt....Right tackle ...........Dudley irns .. ...........Left tackle ......Brockhagen ndal............ Right end ............... Roth lier.............. Left end ...,...........Haig irs............ Quarter-back..Hubbard.capt. inn ..........Rlght half-back........ Grimm iffy ...........Left half-back............Price aompson ........ Full back................ Erd The Washington Chess Players. rhe monthly meeting of the WashIngton less, Checker and Whist Club was held .turday evening at their rooms, 614 12th reet northwest. The vice president, M. H. Briggs, having -resigned, Mr. W. A. wyer, Jr., was unanimously elected to fill e vacancy. Messrs. Patterson, Martin, Alexander, esaver and Finn were appointed a urnament committee to arrange for urnaments and contests for the winter. de present prospects are that there will be more Libbey cup tourneys, as Mr. F. M. 'right bids fair to come out first for the Ird consecutive time, and thus secure the ap, under the conditions of the contest, his personal property. There -will, how rer, be a tournament, in which all chess ayers in the District will be invited to irticipate. It is even suggested 'that n L'ort be made to get Pillsbury to visit t~he ty and give an exhibition, Orioles Have a Field Day. rhe members of the Baltimore Base Ball ub had a field day yesterday on the Bal nore grounds. Many of their friends wit ssed the sports, which were much enjoy .Following is a summary of the events: Throwing base ball (long distance)-Won rJoseph Kelley, who threw 379 feet 4 ches; Bowerman, second, 576 feet 1 inch; cGraw, third, 365 feet 1 inch; Brodie, urth, 361 feet 6 inches; Keeler, fifth, 341 et 8 inches; Carey, sixth, 327.feet 4 inches. rhrowing to second base (nine balls) on by William Clarke by one point from werman in the -throw-off of a tie. Pitching contest (nine balls)-Won by iarles Esper, with five strikes and four .lls; Clarkson, second, four strikes and re halls; Hoffer, third, two strikes and yen bails. Base running (around the bases)-Won by illie Keeler. 'Nteen seconds fiat; McGraw, cond, fifteen arnd one-fifth seconds; Kel r, third, fifteen and one-quarter seconds; nnings, fourth, fifteen and four-fifth sec ;ds. Blatting contest (fungo)-Won by Hughey nnings, who drove the ball 3633 feet 2 ehes; Carey, second, -356 feet; Clarke, ird, 344 feet; Brodie, fourth, 330 feet; affeor, fifth, 326 feet. )ne-hundred-yard dash-:Won by Joseph alley in eleven seconds; Jennings, second, d Tenney, a sprinter third. Base ball games-i arland-Enterprise, runs, 8 hits, 8 errors, Pastimes-12l runs, hits and T errorst From S O'er~ the jThe cry d- .. Old Spa por the And the n triuff And Ge ou wa Just con y ~JU'ii do (Dictated by W. (. M.) : Waute re comttiowthe D ur sele f r s i n e F O R e Y e e I n U E S s - o y BE aThr w STYLE MADte*ISU 3. 0FOR A$45 0 VAALU ES 8400 BES FOR AN ENTRENY. KE RTYIE I BI& TES RM00LO%.HEGAD $ as FOR SPIENDED.$3 VALUES TE) : BES T C OOTS. NFOR $2.a THE VIUN -ST da siER n H E . 2 :~ eFOR BLEN $i. VALUES SIX H~q)S ELIN ALE S TI-RE 7T" $ B O S . GG. .,1 eEVENDW seeeess Abths ountr idr e othng disn't . -watre so m! wome doSEnow po IT fa THRn m oes N tloo the ro~aheor D trO chi FRENC GLAE KEDSADI. Q "S D4JF Efr $150LES or ERi ces-u eA senslesDs": lluOT-I OR MWEGHS c~tfhfil sui 4.chd' sAuit an 'M . H A M L Sayi2 ng ST L$2$-5--3 frrom OPc..EtRAmo - ChildreWDBLAs ORt Tand the "MD B SL-CMOT N IBMLIYlO FOR$2OAD VAER INE FINALLINHAERY. G 1U08 DFGL KSt. OR PW. L ee"cE or MERTZ AND MERTZ., 9o6 F Street. an Francisco 'cross to Mali Straits of Dover; comes up from every poini in wants dressing over. cle Sam wants redress, insult to his banner it flag will wave, we bet, iph o'er Havana. its, like old Uncle Sam, mt complete redressing, te and call on -Mertz and A Dclare their fit's a blessing. ---- ---------------e* .66 ws essesseelp 0 INLY-pushing the record that we have ,out. We're husy every minute In the 'hoes so far this month-than ever be In know the reason WHY ?-t's a rea re selling the heat Shoes that ae Maae are squirming under the advance In )IIfrLY--by selling at HALF' regula xday - tomorrow -next 'week - and 0 0 FOR BEST $P VALUE ME 'S FINE CALF IIOR(XX)-TOP BOOTS -EQUAL To CUSTOM MXE BES CORDOVAN-KANGAROO-OR PAT ENT LEATHER DRnESS UK WALKI 41 SFOR SPLENDID $4 VALUS MEN'S STICTLY HANE-MADE TRCLE SOLE TAN STOLM CALF SHOWE. ELEGANT FIIEMCII ENAMEL AND) PAT- t; ENT LEATHER SHOESN. OUR CELEBRATED --EM" FID E CALF CURE-SOLE SHOES. FOR $3 ALUE DOUBLE AND TRIPLESOLE CALF BOOT BR1OAD-TRAD -POLICE"! WHELT FINE CALF SHOEN-IAN -B1T OAK-TPNNEAA FLEXIBLE SOE 2 FOMULAR $1.50 VALUS AE 8.. MEN'S DRESSY AND R IAL DOUBLESOLC VEAL CALF SHOEn-IN LACEh O GAITERS - WIDE CtOMMO SENSE SIIAPEDSQUAHtE OIR ROUND TOS,. FOR $1 AND $1.25 QUALITY CIILn-S JERSEY LEGon IN S AND LADr' 10- aTTON OTH OVER GAITER&. FOR don QUALITY $.50 rENS AND WOMEN'S BaCK WOOL KERSEY OmoGATES 00.9(o PE HOUSES, -191 6 iPEN"A. AS W , AVE. S.E .W abnu Cahiln's o thng.s' WhpeciDo clean-rfCttin trah "atod-together te InY"on-re" I~'ni r."the ons .w.wnt judgewy rie intaof ual csoers-we're ae perma 1 'ie tertz, Workd'. Fairl HIGHET 1WARD. The STANDARD and BEST prepared FOOD An easily digested food. Safe and absolutely pure Is unquestionably amost valuable food in te sick room, where either little one or adult needs delicate, nourishing diet!! Sick room diet would often be the despair of phy sicians, mothers and train ed nurses, but for this most valuable food. rol by DRUGGT EVtERWHie Johuriirne & . ew or Go to SiCCardi, . Bargains in Hair. vuable fo. S Nox to a4th Ri. Genuie, bogs; e bargainy Ices Wa waf no"w. APnp y.. a.. e t fr to Washndesn ocl240m14 Bone Meal ae- & et wdee d 5 lbs. for 25C. 3.5bs. for $1. Meadqaarta fcmR t- d best "af .eo W. Bolgiano, Florist, 339 14th St. oclOx i20 Beautiful Walls -ca oly e btine y th Ge ofbeantiful Hat & oneso di .ttrelyare o ie o.hadofw by the ri sa and oection. we are s mwn a of S . tAo al Prad y'readnguaateta For rt amotatesong InperaCiclngLirso, 1113th St. 'Phon 97r." Old Leaach moran lae .atswatoy ..lg than One.yx. TAe re ao aond &le uta o. mode8 palroth ing. B. Rich & Sons. Proper Footwear for Fall& Winter. Do 3= kam hoar sOre ft"a cr ries .eh a .te ar n..t Not f Wa.Mlgta, .re! There is Jt .me way to do a shoe buoanems, mad hat is to d. it differet fom the the.---Wath th. trem of the .tyles-watch yo.r w. and whims and eater to tem W.aes have I.mg wanted a Shoe that would be .tylit ad omfortable. They are gw Iaq more .easible every day. So slog Comm the "New Ws..'s" Shoe. The "mart" set of New York fairly grabbed them. We .uImediately I.trodweed them to the "fshianaites" et this city. ad they lave proven an tem..e s.eem. There are two im of these-the "0th Oeatry" Shoe. -the cWg" Shoe, amd they are pried .m P to $6 the gair. ladleos' Deerskin Wataepof SMamk laIWt Inte Yw ~ tor sad I"*e styl-- 7~. U Pr- par...... .... Same as ahove Isrng hefebL Par ladles, I:fo ~ mI..E.. P00; fEor Ladle.' Invilble Cork Sole Mbo. e. am um - $3-50 abuttn tyle. er *~U Per pa r ......... Ladies '".0mCentury" Shoes. to deve. &Ktu with wide extesuan skle han btte stylI. .der,5 - "Co~ftm Sat of aLd hut too and I Ist i m and r:;, 4 7 . 0 IN lr$5-00. Ladies' Bright Deersologs ~Sm with m=d1oy0t -the laetbut tan sadl lace styles.$,.0 .e Par . .. Mien'@ kangaroesK calfrodova.ma ta. emameLl, atent c" alf, t maep ciall efor Im. $3 to $6 pair. B. Rich & Sons, 1002 F Street.. 1322-24 7th Street. h "SNAPS" for "West Enders." ..... Some... .".'|ae. ::::: es we ade a . l .wer. Hare o t Me t-aul Imid ...te'ebut hints 4C mwy msack wa Ga ow prevalin here: T N 104 WHIT * ... . ~ LANKEIS. TIs ft .. t Ir I e *CE Ka 3ghtornere, Kripledmt I 1Se.-'-P.2-40 ml pS...-wble P am..seurvu an AII-wao4 Kxtra idte oeavy Blanket. Aor Ladnle Use if ~~~lack tamp Sus o cteaor Men Hal Wol m =AUt Al 111 11W M 0DRAWERSI No. eSt. . ty than his -a t . or $5 Twil a ..i .t..g. Johnson, Garner & Co., 20th el Pa. Ave. JUST IN NED NICK Of -TIME!1 - M tens Pnta lons.rhi =*r=a .A=i yamr shver m tw igyuthat the time cor a GRtAMIIOs at _____ have-: wea the rtstg 00P., of our lmm, Kaught, Konered, Krpped AND FIAY Konkered. THM NlM OF Till rOWEZIL [ATE WAS TO REAT. T mSGnT 05' rr AOImm ,U we med It for Wr ae to It a the fruits thereofrt toa wasted by pea crratinatimr or others. isa We offer you ISd&* ""he *' NmintmM~ Astounding Values. tict o E. of Aea drs M Cm r rae Bend SUT Flour O BGROS sa wo n ve sa h qa G o f i it.W nat