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TOE EVENING TIMES, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1896.
Is it not a
cant that the
are now re
turning to get
another one of
those $10, $12
and S15 suits
we are 'run
ning at $6.25,
to put it away
for next fall.
Better not put off buying
yours, as the piles are get
ting lower ever7 day.
"We have made more
friends and customers by
this sale of S10, $12 and $15
suits for ?6.25 than any
offer since we have been in
If in search of an over
coat, you will find a better
one for the money in these
two special lots at $7.50 and
$10 ones than procurable
anywhere else in America
today. About half former
Clothiers. 315 7th St.
"Standard for Ilia World.
Tou See Them Everywhere
(96 Patterns Now Read.
District Cycle G
452 Penna. Ave. N. W.
Our clothes fit yo :r poclcetbock A6
well as jour peisou. u loacr prices Id
GAKM'.K A. Co, Outfitters
-V. K. for 7th i II Ms. V.
WAIII) SHOULD Iin ItKI.KANI'li.
Julm -Monliroini'iv About to Oo 1VM
and l'laj Hall.
New Vurk Jan. 11. rrcident rrecd'iian
of the Giauis Nilil toel.i) that In- has in
formation lh.it Join Montgomery Ward
had madeapplicntiou for i V i stern League
This tvai most Mirpri-iiii; news, for Wanl
Lad maintained that he lt.nl given up h.ill
playing lurcver. lie Is gelling alone
nicely in his law 1 ii i n . influential
friends putting many cases in In-, way. At
the November meeting of the National
' League Ward delegated a leportcr to pLur
a proposition hefore Mr. Fn.eilin.in to the
effect that hev7iiildcign.m.ign'euiemiievcr
to play hall again wilhout fim crrering
his service to the New York dub if the
club would take his name off the reserve
list. Mr. Freedmau assented to this at the
time, hut the uet day Ward com lmled to
let the nation il board of arbitration Judge
whether he belonged upon the New Ycrk
.Mr. Freislnian favs that I'rt-U'iit Rb
lson of the Cleveland club gave it as Vs
opinion last Sunday in Itstc.ii that Ward
honestly belonged to the New York dub,
and that the i-nfeMiou'd hardly be di-cided
upon technical points.
WITIIIX THE IIOI'E.
The limited round contest bit ween Pteve
O'Dcumell and Jim Dwjer. which wai, ar
ranged Wislnesdav afternoon, will no
doubt be decided in the New Manhattan
Athletic Club, as both men. It is said,
would rather meet there than at am
J.u-1. Do wnev. the Hrooklvn featherweight.
sas that the report published to the ef
fect that he had baiked out of his tnalili
with Sully Smith is untrue, as he was will
ing to meet Iiiiu'at i:"I pounds, but Smith
refused, and the match fell through.
Within the next rew ilajf, '"rank Kelly,
manager of Denver Ed. Smith, will post'a
forfi it of $1 .000 In support of a challenge
to anvlKKly in the world for $r,000 a side.
The challenge, while open tonus body, will
be iiartii ularly directed at the winni r of
the Mahcr-rltzsiinmoiis fight.
Just what was exacted took place last
night. The Dixon-I'almer boxing contest
was a draw. The Jlriton lad is quite
handy -with his fists, rainier will re
turn to England tomorrow.
Slasher Gallagher and I', r . Gillespie,
cx-champion featherweight of Philadelphia,
have liccn matched to fight fifteen round
February IS or 1!, the fight to be brought
off In private.
The antl-lwxing bill introduced In the
New York legislature by Assemblyman
llrston makes It a misdemeanor to engage
In a public, or private sparring exhibition,
with or without gloves, at which an ad
lnlsxluii fee Is charged, either directly or
Indirectly. The only exception made is
that sparring exhibitions with gloves of
not Icsk than four ounces each In weight
may be held in a building owned by an
incoriKiratcd athletic association.
Joe ClioynsU will not be able to fight
again for four months. lie has an abscess
In liis ear, as a result of his fight with
Jim Hall, and has got to have an operation
performed, lie will go to Texas to the
tig fight, and then travel through California.
Dan ,Stuart.ls Ready Witlr H's
Humercus Big Attractions.
FITZ IS A SLIGHT FAVORITE
rittKlcirKcris Will llacU Mulier und
An-Trylimto l'orce lllmto lluvellii)
dill In the- llettli.ir .Miirxlinll Ite
Kiirded ax ii Very Clever i'inuter.
Ecrlmidt Expected lo irt I.c-ecls-.
As the eentful time approaches tlic
patrous of the nug all ever the country
are planuing for the big "assemble at
El I'ato. The plans for the carunal cf
fistic sport projected by Dan Miiart have
tieen completed, ai.d everything is now In
readiness lor what promises to go down
upon the pages of pugilistic history as
the greatest event or the kmd-cver pro
moted. Muarl lus laid his plans so carefully that
it is difficult to see vvlitre a hitch can o
cur, and If he brings olf his u,rcat Mum
tie must be put down in Ititurcas tliestroitg
est huefcer of "the oppositiou' the nog
has bailor is likely to have, and it U alto
lu fact, the c'uef move, seeming to point
to Ins ultimate success in his latest en
deavor, is his strategy Ju keeping the ac
tual point of met ting I run all. With su
preme confidence, baCKed by posted money,
he has bid ring followers from every
where meet him at a certain day in El
I'aso, whence they will depart quickly lo
the meeting ground. Assurances hae been
given that there will be no iiiierlereniv.
and that the lights wilt be pulled otr on the
There is a bi.slncss-llke rltig in every
hting that has been done. The signing
of the principals in tl'e big fight was ;n
complishtsl without any st iisaticnnl accom
paniments, thcimmey was put upas agreed.
At the time appointed lor Mibswiueut pro
ceedings evervhody was on hand and pre
pared to do business.
The referee has lieen selected, a man
mutual! ugnvable to the principals, in
whom the public also has confidence; a
final stakeholder has been chosen, and
Stuart has assured the principals that
on thedii) agreed upon he will pi. ice in his
custcnl the full amount of the purse. Thus
far the program has been carried out with
out a break, and there Is no ri'ason for belle-,
nig that Muart will not fullfil all his
Reports from the betting centers speak
of lively sjicc illation on the fistic cents.
Betting on the fights is quite lively in El
l'aso In the principal event Fitzsimnions
is a slirlit favorite.
A Ut of SI. 100 f. $1,010 on Fitzsim
nions vvasinadc the other dj. It is iiinler
stoHl that there will be big moiiev In
El l'aso from Pittsburg to Ij.it k llaher
about the 1st of Februarv. it is even
tnonej on Evcrhnrdt and I-eisls, ami snMu
odds are offe red on Dixon and W.ilcott.
Should Jlalier win. however, his party
will go broke on Marshall, and there v. ill
be pleutv of Texas money to play Hr.'ght
Kvc tliolnrh W.lliitt is tlu r.ioinlo In
I tin' Darrj-JIurphy fight things are alioul
even The best man tlut llirry has mt-t Is
Casper Leon, whom he tvleeilcfcatcd.
At the same time, the form shown by
llarrv jioints to the conclusion that he is
a top-notcher. Slurph has the trcdit of
a twentv-five-round elr.iw battle with Hilly
riitnmer in lS!U..i verycresliLitileacliievi--meni
It remains to lie sl(n If Murphy has
retained Ills form.
On the whole, the contest should be a
remarkably interesting one. with the r
suit a problem. All these battles will
take place in the daytime, starting, about
A great many close oliscrvcrs of the
pohev of the ht Louis Hiseb ill Club se-ein
to think that the recent anions of Pilchir
Ilreiteiistein are the n-'ill of a stcret un
der'anding with him and 1'residi nt Von tier
Ahe. by virtuevof winch the magnate may
disjKise' or the pla.ver for cash without
bringing down on his head the exi-cralinns
or the M. I.ouis icop!e
The cite the stcrifjtvpcd excuse given
lij the local dull owner when he relented
Gleason. Hroilie. llawli-y Peitz, and Ely.
It was What could we do? He wouldn't
play in St. Louis. We Just had to let
hmi go," Von der Ahe emphatically asstr-
v.itcs ili.il he Ins no intention of parting
He refuses to admit that he even knows
that IlrfHensteilf has made arrangements
which will make linn, in a measure, inde
pendent of the M. Louis club Philadel
Hi nry Cliadwick tnesage of Sag Harlxir.
is a. thorough advocate of ball tossers train
ing at all times-. n a recent letter. I'apa
"Here Is a reminder of the late veteran.
Harry Wright, the king of professional
IjMSeljjll managers, who has never had an
equal In the -lositlnn. It Is an artie'e I
wrote n lfc6J on the value ot training in
"While visiting. Philadelphia in the spring
of li?5. I dropped In it the Recreation
grounds in the morning to see Harry Wright,
and I found the vt teran busy in training his
players to bat. His rule tv.is to have the
practice pitcher send twelve balls to each
batsman, and train Ms sight to a swift de
livery "Carrying out a plan like this to the point
of the adoption of the regular systematic
set of training rules batsmen vou'd soon
njch the high position toward ierfectinn
In strategic play at the bat that pitchers
have re-ached in pitching and inrieldcrs In
"Suppose a team were to meet on Itsclub
field every morning for proper training at
the bat in which every batsman would take
his iKisition lo face the elellvery of a regu
lar practice pitcher, who would send him
fair balls over the base first with the in
curve, then with the outcttrve, followed by
so many upshootsand downshoots. ami so
many balls marVed by changeof pace in ele
livery; and that each batsman practising
against such a diversified fire from the bat
tery, should lie treeiltcd with every biso
hit made under the training, and that all
base hits he makes in his practice to be
credited to him until a certain aggregate
had been reached entitling him to a re
"Dois any one suppose that under such
a training sjstenn the baiting of the train
is.! team would not lie improves! 100 per
cent licfore the regular championship sea
son had commenced?"
"I notice that Hanloti has got his plajers
into a little bit of this training at the bat
in the preliminary half team's practice lie
fore the game begins. But I know of no
regular lulling practice, such as Harry
Wright adopted, having Ims.'ii triesl by any
manager since the late veteran's time." "
In iew of his performances of late Han
dler is again beating about the bush for a
second trial Willi Kid Lavigne.
He thinks he was not in the very best
fettle at the meeting Iteforo the Empire
Club, and that In another show lie would
have a handful of trumps In playing for
the lightweight honors, concerning which
cloe followers or ring events will, how
ever. Ik- somewhat inclined to differ with
Nevertheless, lie lias seemed to surpass
himself of late. PeThajis he may be plen
ty good inough for a try with the winner
ef the finish bctwei n Everhartltaud Leeels,
S Collars, Cuffs,
wear and the like at 20
per cent off at
MUNYON'S GREAT WORK
The Wonderful Cures Performed in This City
By His Remedies Surpasses All Modern
Physicians and Specialists Alike Surprised and Dis
mayed at the Grand Work Done by Thesp Special
ists Thousands of People Now Use iVliihyon's
- Remedies and Save Large Doctor's .Bills.
Catarrh, Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, Blood and NerVous D.'
eases, Bladder and Kidnsy Troubles, and AH Female
Complaints Immediately Relieved and Perma
nently Cured. ',J'
If you are ailing ask jour druggist for
and secure immediate relief. If you need
iliiiiy'on's socialists; It will exist J ou noth
at yenir druggist's or not at all. There is
Office, 713 Fourteenth Street Northwest.
Hours !) to 5 dully; .Monday and Tuendity vcnlnK, tl to 8;Siindiiysi, 1(1 to 12.
scheduled as one of the attractions of
"Dan" .Stuart's five-cornered event.
Tin' tandidalcs for the president y of
tin- League or American Wheelmen A. C
VViliison and Stirling Elliott are now
maViiig an active canvass for votes, and
the eiiitioii at the annual meeting of
the National Assembly, to be hi M nt Dalti
more i.irly ue-xt mouth, will likely be
vi ry e-icitlng.
The make-up of the entire ticket has not
jet beeus) Itlesl. It Is expected that Heorge
Perkins, A. C Morrison and E. A. Mergen
th.iliT will be the candidates for rc-cle-i-tion
to the offices, of first and second vice
presidents .mil treasurer, respectively, on
the Willisoii ticket. Elliott's t le ket Is rath
er Indi fi-ilte-. Chief Consul Kobert Gmtlc
of the New Jersey division, has he-en men
tion! d as Elliott's cholie for rirst vice
pri-sldint. but he may not accept. V. A.
Connilly of Illinois, one of the most rop
ular we stem wheelmen, has been selected
for the otiice or second vice pre-sident. and
will Imil a power of strength to Elliott's
There lias U-en some talk of V. II
Watts of Louisville accepting a plan- on
the Elliott ticket, but It Is doubtful if la
vs ill accept. E .. Hartvvcll of Innver Is
the choice of the Elliott followers for the
office or treasurer. The Massachusetts
canill late will have the supisirt of Ids
own division. New York, New jersey, Con
necticut ami a strong Western vole, which
II Is c-xiected will secure him the ele-c-tlnn.
oossSip ok thi: iiiamoxd.
Bnsclml! magu ites say there is no truth
In the re-port that the Cleveland rraiiehUe
is on the market.
Last season Hamilton. Boston's new-
outfielder, reaihesl first baseeightfeu times
There is another O'Connor In the Cleve
l.ind team. Mike, the brothe-r of Jack
O'Connor, the Spiders' catcher, has bes-n
signed, and will be loaned to the Iliibuciue,
Intra, ti-am in the We-stern Association,
until he Is needed. Mike Is an inrielde-r of
Hnnlnn savs he Is willing to be-t Anson
and Tc-lK-au that the Orioles will be-at out
mi) team In the league. That's a good
ev en-money bet.
Manager Iknnroft has .ink red a set of
the new Cincinnati flags. They will lie-
used at the Kill park In connection with
the American flag
"Silver" King wants his name taken olf
the Cincinnati reserve list. His recpiest
w-ill be granted, as the Cincinnati club has
no use for him.
It was announced at the national lioard
mis-ting that the Atlantic- League had
dropped Trenton from the circuit, and
would take up Hartford Instead. '
George II. Gray, plteher or last season'R
Toronto team, and James J. Donnelly, or
the Springfield Eastern League team, will
wear Oriole uniforms this season. Mana
ger Ilanlou vesterday received their sig
natures lo contracts.
President Frccdmnn. of the New Yorks,
sajsthat the story that F. A. A bell had pro
posed selling him the Brookljn club was
true-. "But one i lull is enough to strain at-y
man," said Mr. Freeman, "and I refused
the ofrer, being Influenced also by the fact
that it might create ugly talk if the trans
action became public."
TittKliuruersi Ilet on the lllu Flelit.
Pittsburg, Jan. 31. Local betting on
the result of the battle at El Taso Is becom
ing very interesting. So far there has been
about $G,000 bet on the result. The bet
ting here has been chiefly at 1 1 to 10 and
5 to 4 on Fllzsinimons, and a number
of small bets have lieen recorded at evens.
There Is considerable money in Fittsburg
jet to back Maher.
busy in spite
At One-third Off Greatly Reduced At One-third Off
We want to close out every particle of our winter stock,
and to do so are sacrificing profits with a will.
All 50c Neckwear now 35c, and the selection is superb.
Just a few $3 and $4 Fedoras left at $ 1 .50.
910 and 912 F Street Northwest.
(THE WHITE BUILDING.)
Ulljl 4 ' . - P j
m a ?
a 2S cent vial of one of Mimyon's Remedies
the advice of a physician call ami consult
ing. You can procure your remedies here,
absolutely no charge for consultation.
DOMINO MAY DIE.
Tlire-ietened With Piieiiiiiooln, the
tJre-ut Ilorxej In Very Sick.
Cincinnati. Ohio, Jan. 31. Domino, the
prize racer of James It. Keene's stable, is
at a stable in this city eufreriug rrom con
gestion and so ill that his life may not
be saved. The great racer was Rhtpiecl
from New York city on Monday evening,
the dcsilnatian being Kerne's farm, at Isl
ington, where he was to 1m- retlre-d to the
stud. All possible cam was taken in ship
ment, and it was expected that the trip
would lie made wilhout danger. Before
Cincinnati was reaches! he was a sick horse,
and his attendants were liadly scared.
When the train arrived in Cincinnati Wed
nesday evening the valuable racer was
carefully vvrapjied in blankets and taken
to the stables of the Adams Expre-ss Coin
pan v, where he was assigned to the warmest
stall In the big b irn. A veterinary surgeon
of this city railed, and after an ex. imination
he pronouucei! the ailment a bad case of
congestion of the lungs, the horse having
taken cold in transit. All last night a corps
of velerinariansattenilid the great Domino.
This muruiiig the valuab'e stallion is con
sidered lietter and the attendants think
he may pull through. He is still a very
sick horse, however, and the utmost care
will lie taken of him until nil traces of
the ailment has disappeared.
Domino's total winnings on the turf
footupaboul $lfi0,00o, of which $180,1)85
were earned by the black colt ill his two-
WON IN TiVE.VTY.FIVE ltOUNIIS.
".mouldy HUP Qiiliuiii Victorious. Over
Charlie Johnson of Mtiiiie-upollM.
Hazleton, l'a., Jan. 31. Twenty-five
fierce rounds were fought between "fealdy
Hill" Quiuati, esiloresl. cr WilUauisport and
Charles Johnson of MlnnrniioUs at Free
land before ron spectators. Waller Camp
bell or I'hilnib Iphia sec onded Johnson, while
Qulnan was taken care- o by "Jersey"
iionlon or Philadelphia, and Uuckley Smith
Johnson was the favorite before the
fight, nrd his friends offered big mone-y
oii him, but could find no lafct-rs. Tim Hurst
Slight sparring was indulged In until
the fourth round, when vjiituan gave his
opponent a terrific blow id the face, forcing
him to the ropes. Arter this the dusky
pugilin hit Johnson when and wher-; he
ilf.ie! and repeatedly rored him to the
ropes. The last four rounds each man
tried hard to land a knock-out blow with
out avail, as both were as agile as cats.
Iteferee Tim Hurst then announced ejiiin.in
the winner. The right was ror a purse of
$-00 and a s de bet of $73 It was ejne of
the best battles ever witnessed in this sec
tion. Some Iliir-eH on the JhIuiicI.
Jack White and Charley Diamond were
In town vesterday. They took a run down
rrom New York to have a look at the
Avoci Stable horses which tire wintering
at Alexander Island. White appeared to be
satisfied with the result or his trip, report
ing ever thing tcj be m shlp-shaie order and
the entire string doing well.
"Whceloskt," said White, "Is the best
looking horse at the Alexander Island track,
but he is not worth $1. He is without doubt
the worst counterfeit I ever saw. To see
him in the paddock a man would bethislire
on him, but when il comes to running he
usually manages to tie a tiad last.
"The balance of my horse-s arc also coming
along finely. I saw Fagln and Tancred and
they have rounded out wonderfully. Kagin
In particular is looking like a I wo-j car-eld,
and he will be rit as a riddle when the game
starts up again."
Colorado Gold Aline Sold.'
Denver. Col., Jan. 31. The Little May
mine, adjoining the great Victor property
on Bull Hill, Cripple Creek district, was
sold yesterday to a Boston and New York
city syndicate. The Little May is one or
.the first locations in the gold camp, and
is said to nave the victor vein. The con
sideration is not known.
euenj department are
of dull times.
Young Men's Club Preparing for
Boxing Events in March.
LIVELY TIME IS EXPECTED
1H1IX -McMillan mid "Kid" McCoy to
lie One or the AttructloiiN He-turn
(Jillno of Vool Probable How Somo
of the Horse Are Wintering on the
Billy McMillan has rirmly decided that he
will not right, "Kid" McCoy berore the Balti
more Eureka Athletic Club and is only wait
ing to hear from the Kid" before he
M-rfccts arrangements to bring the match
off under the uuspices of the Young Men's
Athletic Club. The latter club has lickl
out better inducements than the Eureka
Club, and of course as the men are not right
ing ror the love or the thing, they will go
where the can get the most money.
Pending the arrangement for the McMillan-McCoy
contest, the Young Men's
Club will hold a series of bouta during the
coming mouth. Three or four contests
between local men will be put on, the
stellar attraction probably being between
Hughc-y Lons and Italpb Irving. The
latter has expressed a desire upon several
occasions to get at Lyons, and as there Is
bad blood between these two oom. they
should put uo u good fight.
Young Savi will probably be put on in cue
of the preliminary Imutsigalnst an ''un
known" from East Washington who Is said
lo lie a comer In his class. The exact dale
fur the carnival has not jet lieen aunoutieed
but will Jie given out in thecourseor a revv
d,iS by the maiiase-ment.
Apropos to his coining fight with Horace
Leeds. "Jack" Everhart is out in an inter
view, in which he s.ts on the championship
question' "I am salaried with Lee-ds as
' long as Lavigne refuses to meet me in a
finish fight, but I have announced that the
winner of this fight will carry the fighting
hgh t weight chain pionshlpof the world under
his hat until Lavigne or some other man lu
his class shall have defeate-d him. I re--spect
McAuhffe and his claim to the title
up to the present time, bat the title now Is
In just the same fix it would tie if Jack
were dead as he is dead so far as Is-lng
able to defend it at weight now considered.
'I could legitimately claim the title of
the world's light-weight championship, for
the reason that Mc-Aullffe, the real cham
pion, is unable to de-fend it, and Livigne.
who stands closer to the title lu the public
estimation than ail) other man, refuses to
right ror the title, or to de-rend it, but
I will not be iulte- that daring or con
ceited Just vet.
WILL PLAY A IIKTI-KX AIATCII.
"Doc" Hoiieri unit Kre-d Stewart to
.Meet at the- Enirlch Tonlirht .
"Doc" Kogers isiiot satisfied with the re
sult of the match that he played with Fred
Stewart, the champion of Baltimore, at
the Etnrich Hotel ou Wednesday night and
they will play a return match at the same
This game, like the previous one. w ill lie
one of 200 points for a pur'e or $100.
Roger is very conrident that he can heal
the Baltimore champion, and there will tic
a host of his admirers on hand who will bet
even money that way.
Another DlMrlc-t Tc-um
Another baseball te-am Is being organized
with the intention or making application
ror admission to the proposed District
League-. Messrs. Gesjrge W. l'hi!his
and Xlf.Murphy.wlioarcboth well known
lu bastliallclrcle-s, are the promoters of the
scheme, and they claim to have plenty or
good materia! rrom vvhii h to select a team
that should prove to lie winners. Mativ or
themeiuliers will betaken from theranksof
the Young Star', which cut quite a promi
nent rigure last season.
Will Meet to Mkh Article-".
Hughey Ljons and Ualph Irving will
please meet at this office at 8 o'clock to
night to sign articles or agre-ement for a
lucvtiug licfore the Young Men's Athletic
LOCAL BOXING GOsssIP.
Jack Daly, the Wilmington lad, will box
Stanton Abbott six rounds before the
Tuxedo Club or Philadelphia tonight. Daly
has been in Philadelphia lor several days
with "Doc" Bay. They went on lo look
into some iK-rsonal business of Dalv's, and
will, in all prolKibility, be gone for a
couple of weeks.
"Doc" writes that he has Jack Kelly
and would like to match him again-t
Howard Wilson or this city or Jimmy
Lynch or New Y'ork. As Jimmy has an
nounced his attention or retiring from
the fistic arena it is likely that Wilson
will be pilled against Kelly.
The Young Men's Athletic Club is ar
ranging for a carnival to be held about
the middle or February. There will be .1
couple or interesting preliminary Iwuts
or eight or ten rounds, and the main go or
the evening will be for rirtcen or twenty
IliiKh Dempsey Helen-ed.
Pittsburg, Pa.. Jan. 31. The pardon of
Hugh Dempsev. who has been serving out a
term in the Riverside penitentiary for lie
ing implicated in the poisoning of workmen
during the great strike at llumestead.
was received by Warden Wright at au
early hour this morning. At 10 o'clock
Denipsey's wife, accompanied by two
friends. drove to the penitentiary, and after
a touching scene, at 10 30 o'clock, they, in
company with the now c"C-pnsoner, drove
Sharp and Decisive
Of All Men's Goods
Going- to jive up our Men's Furnishing- Department.
This store is to be exclusively for women. The selling
will be short and fast, for we intend to get rid of the
Big center tables will be filled with special offerings
AT HALF PRICE.
25c. Neckwear at I22C.
50c Neckwear, 25c.
All of Hie 50V. neckwear in
A-c-otf. Tecks, Foiir-in-tiauil8,
De JoinvlUcs. I'lirfe, Hows,
iiiul Cliiti Ties, in white
Ijlack ami fjnek-s iuniimera
lile. Choice 35c
75c and $1 Neckwear, 38c
All of the TBe. anil SI Neck
wear, in Ijeautirul Four-in-hamls,
Tecks, Tuffs, etc.,
llnulnnie variety of riih
c-ol'ir effects. Choice .. .. 38c
Here is where 50e. secures
a Il.irN worth. The ma
jority of thii, stock wan all
piece was a lurpiiu at its
firt price. lie fjuicfc, or
jour size may be sold.
All 50c Underwear, 25c.
All 75c Underwear, 38c.
A1IS1.25 Underwear, 63c
All S1.50 Underwear, 75c
All S2 Underwear, SI.
Men'- Merino Half-Hose,
which were 12 1-c-, to do-e, Qc
You can huy three pairs
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""' A T T Don't wait" until you happen to be passing-
this way. Such offers as these do not lack
for takers. If wise 3-ou will be on hand bright and early
tomorrow morning, and the earlier 3-ou come the brighter
you'll feel for coming.
BON MARCHE, 3
DOUBLE STORES 314 and 316 7th St.
Take Yoar Choice of
250 Suits for
There isn't a one in the entire lot that ever sold for
less than $7.50 while most of 'em arc worth every
penny of S10 $12 S13.50 and $15. You wouldn't
have this chance if it wasn't so late in season
We'd rather take this small part of their value than
cat ry them over. It isn't necessary to sa- they're
the latest cuts and newest fabrics. They wouldn't
be here otherwise. Come at once it's only a "few
days" opportunity and it won't take long to sell
JOHN C. RIDER
(Successors to the Famous),
803 Penna. Avenue.
LAWYER HEWLETT FINED
Had to Fay Ten Dollars for Making
an Impropsr Kemark.
Several Vt'ortly Encounter Met ecu
the Colored Attorney und Sir.
Judse Jlil'er, Froecutinir Attorney AIul-
lowney, several members ot the Jury, a wit
ness, and L.vwyer K. M. Hewlett were ine
actors lu a rather cxilliup incident that,
occurred during the court iroceciliiiRS this
morning. The case ot William Carter.
colored, charged with larceny by Hezekiah
Wjple. a white num. was before I lie court.
.iiicl Mr. llevvlctl rciircfceuteu the defendant.
The nroseculinir witness finished his tcs-
limntiv- nml some of his answers were
(prejudicial to the defenil.ini's character.
I As he left the stand Mr. Hewlett turned to
j him. and. referring lo tome parts of his
"Tou have told a deliberate falsehood."
Judge Miller was wiiUnj; a leller and did
$1 SHIRTS, 69c.
I)rc-s Shirts sold Hie world
Oarownfaniou'" $1 Laun
dered "Coat Dress Shin1-."
50c SHIRTS, 31c.
r Thce are unlaundercd.
made of good muslin, linen
lio-oni and hand", and repre
sent extraordinary value
utuUc. Tocloe 31c
A II of the Plain anil Fancy
Mu-Iin Nijiltt Shins, which
were 0ic, will 1 e cio--cdout
AH the $1, $1.25. nml
S 1 .50 Plain and Fancy Night
Shirts will te cloud out at
AH 10c Collars, 7c.
These arc in the
AH 15c Cuffs, IOC.
in the latest
All 25c Suspenders, 16c.
All 50c Suspenders, 29c.
All the other erodes of
feuicnders reduced proi-oi-
GLOVES HALF PRICE.
arevetaheadof you. Noex-ea-c
for cold hands witli
Glove-, at half price.
MenS :0c Gloves, 25e.
Men's SI Cloves, 50c.
Thce are fliecc-iined.
LEWIS B. MOORE.
not he-ar the remark, but Mr. Mullowney
callcMl his attention to it.
"Witnesses are entitled to protection
from the court." lie said, "and it Is out
ra:e.us that they hould be insulted In
Then Mr. Hewlett explained that he did
nut mean the remark as an insult, either
to the court or the witness, but Judge
Miller didn't see it that way. He inquired
of some of the jurvmen what words were
used, and when they were reiieated to
"Mr. Hewlett can pay a fine or $10 for
contempt of court."
Mr. Hevvelett waxed more and more In
dignant as the trial proceeded, and took
advantage of another orcafclou for an out
break. Mr. Mullovvney put a ipieMion to
the iprendant, which was objected to by
Mr. Hewlett on the ground that It was
"I j ropose to have this rase conducted
hi a proper nunncr," he said.
Mr. Mullovvney reply again excited the
lawyer's ire. and he said to the Juihrcr
"If jour honor doesn't do something to
protect us from inults. Twill take the mat
ter in my own hands."
The troubled waters were finally oiled,
and Mr. Hewlett gave the marshal two
crisp fiveMlollar bills. The affair caused
' considerable talk among the police court
. law j era.
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