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"Crimn Wls Spin !o Win."
The essential points of a
> wheel are ease, speed and
Sones these qualities in a
-rtnter d so-e than must bleyeles
i.:wt Ile its 'RACFi-L OUT1INES and
TASTFF'L, FINISIH stump It the4
- riost atr.-ltive wheel In existence.
E70ther Geod Wbrels as low a
Enterprise Cycle Co.
Saniatio - trr Jr. perfect
812-814 14th S."a"7
We'll nake. you ai %,t of Shirt, that'l
fit heoter. hinok b ster and near het
ter t!. n the best. y in whiy read t,
e . put .n. Skill atd e ne a 4 i
tim(t rtt.ian g A.. our Ahto su
ak rihr Is :ll thers. *-asonle pries
P. T. H ALL Ld Es5t,
You'l agree that such a <
aundry as ours, with
ma.gnificent appointments I
help-anw the huntired
and one other things, can
dlo the cleanest, whitest,
best laundry work.
Everything essential to
make this the "model"
laundry of America.
Sav the word andi one
of our wagons will call for
Don't hold back be
cause your bundle is small
-let it come.
5U4 roth St.& 19104 14th St.
We are proud to boast of the fac
that we have uniformed all th<
.crack- ball nines in the District, in
cliding the Washingtons.
We've furnished most of the sup
plies, .too-Spalding's world-fame<
Tappan's, 1013 Pa. Ave,
WeV, mooAd to 1417.
For Fine Tailoring
- are "cmil to no-ne In the *itv. AmpI4
ra.1m,. a big W prin, -r.-k. 1.i.enty .,f Ig;ht
- - -- a e1arjA of thv I-t workineu., anid our guar
- ant"l. of high-et saition-are lever- thal
- brng ack old vustonwr and their frleind
--- r7TIa' Snit !.m lmirl oni "the othel
fellow'' EEstr iris perhap% one of ou
make - -"Benett ie at $'2o :2in $:..
Haslett & Pistel, "EO.iir"
1417 PFNN. AVE.p
Men's Spring Hats, $2 Up.
Th-y'r. "Yomnans '' Sha.ped H.its maq
by Yioumars. lmly differene I*twee-n tes
anl th. higher-pri-Ad Lnts is. that thes
lten't Tmauans' nam1", In then. The nie
.It slapes--in Miek and Brown--$2, $2.54
17SLK JIAT, - Fille o1's. too-45
-."inart" Ne.kwar. St..
R. C. Lewis &Son,
1421 NEW YORK AVEM:E ap6-1 l
Inventor & Patentee
of new Carriages.
-- After many v.rs experimenting wit)
----- * i a e bulld'-r, I hare at Last forund ong
- - i ha. 'Ii,.,esfully irrhed out my Ideaa
--- - 'he pile. Is I. r'ltlly invited t .all all
-il- einine mI nati.;t as applIed to th
Lan.*m. file I. r.-utrham a1l the Victoria
4- - 1" *x1 ibitin, w ich are pronounedla h,3
-- thoe con p Ilt tI jutge he muost PER
F- ner CARIFA'em$S ev,-r built.
W . F. Downey, 1622-1628 L St.
I1WNEY'* 1 IIVTEL FRul 1161RSES. not-2utf
T9Ld fix up any
T't's in need of re.
pie ece ani -tsrantI
mke. It truer nr
meie aveu4rate--thban It has e-ver b~eenfl Bad time
ke.epers aire tiad- hetter and goodl ones coniade.raly
ha-el lay our meith,,ds. 75--. for cleaning or main
HIUTTERLY--63 U St.
for Eraster Ila,
.af Ne.-kw,-ir. And1 th;; fun of ht i -w.-. ty
am all miaarked do.wn to. just the price you'dh wan1
$hirts * n al14.roral -$I. ~M 4ach
Frank Wells, S'ir"'a'"er 1411 Pa. Ave.
Monst RigMi Frams
"A Well-Made Wheel"
Call or write for Catalogue.
EMMONS S. SMITH,
Boston Variety store,
74., Pemnay Swania Avenue.
GEUDBON WBEET- 00., (Maker.,) Toledo, Ohio,
St-ITS FOR DIVORCE.
Jeha P. Seweni and Katie Donaldson
Cite Their Complaints.
John P. Sewell has filed a petition for dl
1-orce from M.innie Sewell. The parties
were marriell the 4th of last January, ant
in a short time thereafter, allege!
Mr. Sewell. his wife "commenced to ac
wrong and irregular, by going away fron
home and staying out all night." Mir
Sewell also charges his wife with commit
ting adultery upon various times, and hi
files several letters which he believes wil
sustain such a charge. Attdirney James H
Smilth represents Mr. Scwell.
A petition for divorce was also fied b:
Kr.tie Donaldson against Alorence Alone.
D~onakison, to whom she was married here
February 25, 1'-~. Mrs. Donaldson charges
her husband with desertion. drunkenness
and cruelty. She prays for the custody o
the children. John and Harry. and also fo:
permission to resume her agalden name o
Magruder. She is represented by Attorne:
A $44,(t) Fire at Savasmab.
Fire almost gutted the store of Collat
Btrothers on Broughton street, Savannak
Ga.. yesterday. The damage Is estimate<
at atek'M), flly convered1 by insurane.
IN SPORTING CIRCLES
Details of the American Victory at
SEIMOR IN A M E IffION GAE
Showalter Wins the Chess Cham
COLLEGE BASE;BALL GAMES
As telegraphed to The Star yesterday, the 4
- Americans competing in the Olympian
games at Athens, Greece, were eminently
Although the sky was overcast and
threatened rain, the number of the specta
tors at the contests was estimated at S,0040.
The royal family entered the Inelosure 4t
3 o'clock. The Crown Prince Constantine,
who has been an active factor in the ar
rangerents, accompanied the organization
} committer. The crown prince ar.d the com
mnittee inet- King George in the middle of
the arena, where the King was welcomed
by his son on behalf of the sommittee, and
asked to accept the stadium, which had
been restored by Georgius Averoff, whose
statue was unveileol )esterday.
King George praised the beauty of the
restoied structure, cardially wc:comel the
athietes. and took formal poss-ssion in the r
r.ame of Greece.
The united military bands played a hymn
composed for the occ.asion, while the king
ar.- I the royal family took their places. I
The members of the American teams
from Princeton and the Boston Athletic As
sociation came into the arena in excellent
condition and full of contidenee, and the 1
Greeks were plainly In fear of their Ameri
can competitors. The result proves that
both the fears and confidence were vell
grounded, as the Americans carried off first
honors in each ev.ent in which they en
Yesterday's contests were preliminary. I
The tr:als were running races at 11*0 meters
(loo yards 28 feet), -14K) meters (4::7 yards)
and NN meters ti74 yards), and throwing
the discus, a sport as old as Greece itself,
and to which putting the shot of modern
athletics Is most nearly allied. The hop,
skip and jump was also contested and won I
by an American.
In throwing the discus Capt. Robert Gar
rett of the Princeton team won against the
Greeks Parasrevopulo and Vert#.
In the 1440-meters lash the first heat was
won by F. A. Lane of the Princeton team, I
Szokoly, a Hungarian, coming in sec'ornd.
The time was 12 2-5 seconds.
In the second heat at 10 meters Thomas
P. Curtis of the Boston Athletic Associa
tion won, Clialkokonrighis, a Greek, com
ing in second. Time, 12 4-5 seconds. .
In the third heat of the pm0 meters Thom- I
as E. Burke of the Boston Athletic Asso- I
ciation won, Osman, a German, being seI
ond. Time. 11 4-5 seconds.
The final heat of the 100-meters dash is
fixed for Friday.
In the running race for IS0 meters none
of the Americans conpeted.
In the 4I0-meters running race, first heat,
H. B. Jamison of the Princeton team won,
Osman, the German, being second.
In -the secoid heat. Thomas I-. Burke
won, Gimelin, an Englishman, being see
J. 1. Connelly, an American. won the hop,
step and Jurnp, covering 13.71 meters.
Capt. Garrett's sucef s with the dispus
against the Greek champion was soni-what
:nexpei-ted. T1he2 success of the Amerinans
was all the more remarkable as tiy have
had no time to practice.
FIRST EXHIIIllTION GA E.
The Senators EasIly Defeated Ted
Sullivan's New Haven Team.
Thirteen to three wis the tune with
which the Washington bas2 1 all clib enter
tained Ted Sullivan's team from Now Ha
%en at National Park yesterday. Several
hundred spectators were in %-ttendance and 1
nemonstrated that local interest In base e
ball is as healthy as heretofore, If not
more so. The presence of three Washing
ton boys in the ranks of the visitors--Er
ry Ilodge, Harry O'H-g.ur. and Harry
('aullik wer-added Interest to the game.
Malarkey had the visitors at his mercy for
the first seven innirgs, ar.d then Gilroy
was given a chance. O'Connor appreciated
the chanae by pushing out a four-bazger,
but the remainder of the game was with
out special interest. The score by innings
WashIngt n .......2 3 3 ) 2 1 0 2 x-13 14 1
New HIle--..........2t0 00 00 0 q0-3 5 5
COLLEGE IBASE BALL.
Strength of the Prinerton Team That
Will Play Georgetown.
The Prineetons, who play Georgetown
this afternoon, are stronger than they have
been for some years. The list of sncssful
candidates for positions on the nine was an
nounced only last week, and of the thirty
candidates who presented themselves six
weeks ago for posithins on the team only
eight men surviced the weeding-out pr'o
ecns, and five ofT thes~e are substitutes from1
last year's team. The eight surviv'ors of
the orinal thirty new canndidates are
Titus, Graham, liltzrut, Kelly, Wayave, 1
Sanzkey, WVardl and $'uter. These, added to 1
the seven 'tarsity rmen held over from last
season, Strnith, Ea.;ton, Jayne, Wilson, Alt
rman, Gunster and Bradley, make up the
l!f teen men composing the team represent
ing the orange andl blacls thic season. The
team has been coached by "Blly" Earle,
and daily practice was had in the cage for
two weeks before Outdoor practice was al
lowed. It is said that Princeton's strength
this year lies in the box, and that of the
fifteen men on the team a~n even third are
Pitchers of no mean ability. On ac
ceunt of Yals playing Georgetown at Old.
Poinit Comfort, the team from old Eli not
appearing in Washington this season, the
game today will be the .nost important col
legIate game that is to be played in Wash
ington, and, in fact, in the country.
John. Hopkin. and Columbian.
The Johns Hopkirs base ball team will
come todia.y to Washington to play the Ce
lumbian this afternoon. The team will
spend torn!ght in Washington, and tomor
row will play the University of Virginia at
Ten men will accompany the team-Yates,
Herrick, Everett, Brown, Swaine, Hodges,
Davls, Nelson,Willliams anid Pindell. Swaine
will pitch In the Columbian University
game and Herrick agairst the Virginians.
Princeton Again Win.
Princeton defeated the UnIversity of
North Carolina in a pretty six-Inning game
at Winston, N. C., yesterday afternoon by
a sere of 10 to d.
Yale Defeats Virginia.
A large crowd saw Yale defeat the Uni
versity of Virginia by 8 to 7 at Lynchburg,
Va., yesterday. The ganihe was intensely
exciting because of the close scores main
tained.- The game abourded In fine plays,
with few errors. Trudeau and Twomey
Swere the battery for Yale, and McGulre
and Marsl all for the university. In the
seventh l'ining Green~way was substltuted
Lehigh Defeat. Columnhlan.
Lehigh College took down the hopes of
Columbian University slightly yesterday
afternoon to the tune of 17 to 7. The Co
ilumblan boys were clearly outmatched both
at the bat and in the field, and Lehigh had
scored eleven runs before their opponents
had made one. The feature of the game
was the errors mad1e, Columhblan securing
17 and Lehigh 10. Don Fugitt, Shaw and
Carroll Fugltt were all injured during the'
course of the game, but not seriously
enough to int fere with the continutance of
the contest. Senior, a Washington boy,
pItched for Lehigh anmd struck otat ten mnen.
SHe also had twelve assis's in his fielding
record, a-remarkable number for a pitcher.
Base Dhall Nloteg.
The New Havens at National Park again
A game between the Washingtons and
tne Washington LIght Infantry team, with
Tom Kinslow catching for the amateurs,
has been arranged for. tomorrow,
The Cathoie Universty nine (not Co
524. Yeap Ago.
History tells u&ahat in 1370 t1
famous Springs at Carlsbad, in Bc
hemia, were disc ed by the En
peror Charles IV,'' uring a huntin
expedition. A stattie in memory <
that monarch stazyjs in the mark<
place. It was ereeted by a grateft
populace, and w'" well deserve
rhe rare waters of1arlsbad have ac
complished more fen the afflicted tha
anything else on thelface of the eartl
Far beyond memary of man, Carl:
bad has been the most fashionab)
watering place of Europe, as it is t<
day. The inestimable benefit of i1
waters may now be enjoyed at hon
The Carlsbad Sprudel Salt com<
direct from the Spring-obtained b
evaporation-and can be had at a
drug stores. It restores the prop<
functions of stomach, bowels, ki(
neys and liver, curing dyspepsia, con
stipation, biliousness and kindre
complaints. The gehuine Salt bear
the seal of the city of Carlsbad, an
the signature, "EISNER & MEN
DELSON CO., Sole Agents, Nev
York," on every bottle.
,Here' one store
* You are safe in basing your
calculations of value on it.
. The truth-pure and simple
--is emphatic enough-con
vincing enough -tempting
. enough-strong enough-for
us to rest our case before the
jury of your judgment upon
. Now that we are in this
.A business we shall take our
X proper lead. There are no
degrees of service in this
. store-it's best in everything
. we carry.
r Our 69. leader Pretly Perniles
11)d Nivelty Prie Ii l .a s, made up
Inthe ver laetsye strilm-s;%d
d. effovis in ItIlue, Black, P'luik,
. Whi te, etc., biah-tut turn-owr .,l
+ rs, wile enffr, full Bishop slIeee
uin-I a tit tha It 'ii more Jwrfect inl
thle e4-stliest waist .Mude.
* al-!sladies to ShonV hem to yOul.
With the largest stock in
town to select from naturally
mothers come here. That
ethey get the best values any
grade from the cheapest tio
the best will prove.
IkA tit it( # 2.5) 1H e and see if
anybody has better for $3.W0. Thewre
are a dozen styles-all All-wool cher
lots, et t n dI n h -be td bluse
style ; seatnR sewe~d with strong linen
thread; bulttonhiob-s ma"de with silk;
servicealeh twlil lhings. neat Cray
+ i an -town ando Wncek trl ,hek
itnld miixtumrs, and 1.ilai Black; extraL
b.uttons anld estr-t satisfaction -in
lsiz s 5 to 1- -All for
We've somne lower prie-nd lo)ts
Follow up these two hints.
Saks and Coreany,
theyPa aget anth bst-"als' n
ale omth Rd c htion o
Ithe bst will0 pororyc$.0
lASw itche s (gray , .50, former 50. i
snsio a Sign lfor h r.Z&.Tw,
72sthl;sem Seevi trn NenW
us and tis thn~.s41k wou!
haer beeni~. tmoreiiig. ~Z than4
condc ding i, 4i, the elv- ,,k~
anld es tm. But ourlia~ ilc *t
14ever ,pictured 4!rLstisflctuta-i
* iz tund u to con-ll ratu
so emany-e w ere pis l
la higs w. W sal
ift Sof ouafinds $omany,
Grainat was esd ay---oi
:oe c. $.0 omry$.0
M ermas,.0 on n , y$200
7irth and I Sttesnc inHi rm
umblan, as stated yesterday) defeated the
lallaudet College team Saturday by 22 to 9.
-The game which was to have taken place
'esterday between Georgetown University
nd the Richmond team - of the Virginia
itate League, at Richmond, was postponed
a account of rain.
Cincinnati took - the Detroit club of the
Iestern League into camp yesterday. 7 to
In a quarrel over a base ball game at
iew Brunswick, N. J., yesterday afternoon,
lugh Crosson, eleven years old, was struck
a the mouth with a piece of fence rail
rhich nearly severed nis tongue. The mis
lle was thrown by John Regan, thirteen
rears old. The boy was taken to his home
11 a serious condition.
Had not the Roanokes made so many er
ors at critical moments yesterday a more
lever game would have been witnessed.
core: Brooklyn, 10; Roanoke, 4.
Petersburg played a well-contested and
xciting game with Baltimore at Peters
Ourg, VA., yesterday, which ended in a tie.
;core: Petersburg. 7; Baltimore, 7.
The locals defeated the Bostons In a
orettily contested game at Norfolk yester
lay afternoon. Score: Norfolk, 5; Boston,
Hits--Norfolk. 6; Boston, 5. Errors
4orfolk, 0; Bcston, 2.
Hobart College had an easy victory over
he Virginia Military Institute at Lexing
on, Va., yestbrday, the score being 18 to
Showalter is Chess Champion.
Jackson W. Showalter of New York last
light at Philadelphia won the chess chain
>lonshp of the United States by defeating
Em'.l Kemeny of Philadelphia in the fif
eenth game of the match. The conditions
f the match were that the player first
eorlng seven winnings should be declared
he victo,. Last night's retult brought Sho
valter's score up to the requisite number.
rhe deciding game was a Ruy Lopez, and
Cemeny resignel on ine thirty-third move.
rotal score: Showalter, 7; Kemeny, 4;
Irawn, 4. Besides the championship, the
natch was for a purse of $750 a side.
ODDS ON THE HANDICAPS.
Kenry of Navanrre in the Favorite in
The following Is the latest betting on the
wo great handicaps:
Horse- 13n. han.
Ienry of Navarre............... 3- 1 5-2
lif'ord.......................... 5-1 4-1
ir Walter...................... 1-_1 9-1
anki Puh..................... I 1-i 12-1
1 -----. ----................ 12-1 12-1
ounter Tenor...................-,-i 15-1
t. Maximi ......................2 --1 -.
-inn -....-.-......... ........20-1 15-1
einaor r........................30- 20
.t r, uh....................... -1
Innd n..........................24 1 4)-i
ir. Riheh........................ 0-i
'rett om eri.................. mo- I I
.ae or .rily.................. it- 1 11
V. ..ru h....................... . 1 -
it-n~ prin ..................... 411 1 40-1
.. ske.r.. ................... 4--- 40-I
nwernr Art ehur ................. .7l- 7
'ie ru.nner.................i w-1 5-1
.i u s.... ..................... -i 0o i
tepltin J................... I)-1 20--1
tilt a ......................... 100-1 --1
:ing Aribuar 11i...............75 -1 75--1
.a .. ........................ 75 --1 -
'rIoU1st4 ..................... MV-i P41--1
Iura 'liwa-uton ............... 1001I 200-1
'al-tidin .......................I -i
aragossa........................ Full 100-1
Prepnrations at Elkton.
Pr(parations for the coming spring meet
rig of twen-ty-six days at Elkton, Md., under
he auspices of the 'Maryland Racing Asvo
-iation, are going cn, and horses from a
listance are bginning to arrive. Secretary
Vaugh arrived Saturday, and was busy
he entire day receiving and answ-ring
tgram from iorse*mn all on-(r the coun
ry. Saturday mf xt will be the opning
u y, and fully 4m0 horses ar expecttd to
e prt~ant on that flay.
Hirmes From. Canada.
D. W. Higgins. :ie Canadian horseman,
as arrived at the henning track with the
allowing horses: W. 13., Major 0leneral
td Crimea. and the two-year-)ds. Matia,
. f., by Exile-Vendetta. and Bird of Free
orn, ch. f., by Phoenix-Gretna.
Washington Golf Club Meet.
The ar.nual Easter meet of the Washing
on Golf Club will commence tomorrow and
nd Friday. The games did not come off
esterday, owing to the ,onditionl of the
inks. The change made in the days of the
,aster tournament is nade so as not to
onflict u itli the bicycle meet to be held
'ourt of AP;eals-Present, Justices Morris
- and Shepard.
H. Prescott Gatley and Hayden Johnson
ere admitted to practice. No. 560., J. H.
Ldriaans agt. I. S. Lyon: motion to quash
mrt of certio-ari argued by J. H. Adrlaans
n support and by I. S. Lyon In opposition,
nd granted. Patent appeal No. 46, Parker
gt. Appert; decision of commissioner of
oatents affirmed; opinion by Mr. Justice
Equity Court No. 1-Judge Cox.
Varnell agt. Brooke; pro confesso against
lefendants all granted. Fisher agt. Fisher;
livorce a vin. mat. granted. Myers agt.
.awler; rule on purchaser discharged.
rook agt. Smith; time to take testimony
xtended to May 15.
The New Secretary.
ThIs evening at S o'clock a public recep
Ion will be teodered Mr. W. N. Multer, gen
ral secretary of the Young Men's Chris
ian Association, who has recently taken up
he work in this city. Calvary Baptist Sun
lay school house, at the corner of 8th and H
treets, will be the place of meeting, and an
xcellent musical program has been ar~
anged, which al::o inciudes addresses by
'resident L. Cabell Williamson and several
>f the minIsters of the city.
Representatives of the societies of ChrIs
ian Endeavor, Epworth League, Brother
tood of St. Andrew and Brotherhood of
ndrew and Philip will be presetnt to extend
welcome to the new secretary.
Thank you! Ten th<
Our fondest hopes
realized. We felt that omr
eni years we have been in
degree of your confidence
wildest dream of success
scene as presented itself
evening. All Washingtol
late us-and we sincerely
We appreciate the i
play ed toward making tlr
bility-a necessity. We'll
days to come!
We know there were
unable to gain entrance y
-'Twasn't the hosts' fault,
today-tomorrow - any
- not dismantle the store o
many of which are the g
eveii from those in the sa
us. Everything will rem
.including the cordial wel<
- Again we thank you!
N. E. Corner '
T HIS is the sign of the Colum
bia. By it the wheel is univer
sally recognized, everywhere
known as the standard bicycle of the
world. The Columbia riders are i
e deed the Kings and Qeens of the
road. For health riding, for pleas
ure, for racing, Columbia stands
s first in every state in the Union in
y every rider's heart. Everything that
11 cnters into Columbia construction
has to run the gauntlet of our com
plete Department of Tests, and with
I the aid of the most skillful mechanics
s and artificers in metals, the product
is the strongest, lightest and most
beautiful bicycle ever built. It is ap
V plied wisdom to buy a
1 0 (iTO ALL Standard of the World
The handsomest Catalogue ever issued tells fully of Co-.
lumbias, and of Hartford Bicycles-$8o, $0, $5-next best
to Columbias. The book is free'if you call upon the Columbia
agent; by mail from us for two 2-cent stamps.
Pope Manufacturing Co.,
452 Penna. Ave. Columbia Bicycle Academy,
J. Hart Brittain, Local Mgr. 22d and P Sts.
You must come here to
see the finest stock of
woolens in Washington
there's a reason for dwell
ing on this point in adver
tisements -we want you to
come-if you come we know
you will believe---but we
want you to believe first,
then we know you - will
r ~come-suits to your special
r ? measure, $u5-other prices
X MERTZ AND MERTZ,
9o6 F Street.
6 lusst Baltimore ec
Purity is tb'eir passpo~rt. D
Meake light - quick nestn
work of your laundry
'and household duties
iby using ti a
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summ2r7 Penae. Ae. an deihflrW.vt o o ile a u
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mof thirt-iree yelarstaftage
had -caed hdime cnidea tro ublen a
prci~r"The Tabules were bogtt i
5prin g~nat feebyea of tracf &v Wiao tverement
tof ad treec rtsmin the doifferent
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