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s-.4; ? i5ro -! THE MOHJTIXG TIIS, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1895. "SK-im. " -A !-3,y - This Ath letic Goods Department is growing" bigger and bigger. Just added all kinds of Foot Ball Goodsf Golf Goods, Boxing and ffli tf 'I fe- JSs jp&&x- Jj en c l n jr Goods; also, all kinds of Gymnasium Goods, such as Health Weights, Pulleys, Punching Bags, Trapeze and everything else usually found in a complete gymnasium. We are going to surprise you athletes and sports soon! Come in and look around! OriflgST&UO 315 Seventh St. TO-DAY NATIONAL BASEBALL PARK James J. Corbett, AND Department League Athletes. Admission, 25 and 50c Came Commoner at 4:15 P. M. SEE THIS BICYCLE? &-. ?- rerkips you know a thine or two about V yclen, and can pkt out the hi-h-grade uheel at a glance. Just so. Experts hie examined anJ tested the new hue of Mcy.leH, otwhl h the abve I an Ulus'rat on. recently iecWed byC U3UCorraIi.c- Co., Ml G htreet north west, and pronounce them the best bicycles for the prices ever plated on the market. A high jjnde ill-pound bicycle, built In one of the leaf ing factories, and in mauy respects superior to some of tne high-priced machines The pnees are $-0 and cm If you think of buying, or con template buy.ug in the future IvoL at theteb eyelet noir j main who has been handling bicycles all his life may be able to point out the difference between the New 21-pound Wheels We are offering at S50 and S60,andmany of the so-called hlgh-gradema-chlnes but It Is doubt ful. Come and have a look at them. C. C. iMcCORMICK & CO., SI I C Street N. W. i Second-hand Bicycles at all prices. $50 $60 sNss, -s'svss, NN $100 REWARD rorsny caso of Chills or .Malaria that Bailey's Chill Pills will not cure. Tor sale at MERTZ'S .M0DF.R.N PHARMACY; 11 til and 1" streets. And Druggists generally. MADE IT r-Eltl'ETUAL. Injunction In the Van illsulck Hock Creek Turk Unso. Judge Cox yesterday signed an order making the injunction perpetual in the case of Van Riswick and others against William P. Cralgbjll and others. The defendants were the commission ap pointed to assess the amounts property owners in Ibc-neighborhood of Hock Creek Park were exiiected to pay for the liuprove mentoftberescrre. Thelandownerssought to enjoin them from makinc such valua- Uoo. G..!0ST!EU0TIEE Senators and Beaneaters Divided the Two Games. FKOLIOKED WITH THE BALL The Uo-toiiN Co-turned Themselves Spi-ciully for the OccaMon ln"Crii7y Qnilt" Stjli IIdsbbH Esdiped An otlHT Iii'fiiit Oiling ti the "Shi-. Gone" leellii of the lit -.ioniums. Giuiii-s Yesterday Washington, 15; Boston, 7. Second g.irue Boston, 10; Washington, 8. Philadelphia, 10; Brooklin. U. Baltimore, 8; New York, 3. STANDING OV TUB CLTJB3. C1ul. W. L P.C. Balti'ow, 87 43 .639 Clevelandi84 48 .648 PMla., 78 03 .095 Chicago, 7258.554 Brooklyn, 72 69 .045 Boston, 7160.042 Pittsburgh 62 .034 Ciiicin., 66 63.012 NewYork, 68 60 .005 Wash., 43 85.336 St. Louis, 39 92 .293 Louisvilie,35 98 .287 Filteen liunlrcd people liivi reil through the tno last games of theseasun jcterJ.iy allernnon at National l'.irk. "1 lie Senators signalized the ncnt by breaking t'len with the lleancalt r, winning the :ir-t game hanJUy liy a score of IS to 7, and losing the second 1 0 to S. Both contests weie devoid of interest, and plaiers and spectators were glad when it was all oier In the first game, Uoswell, the. contortionist, pitched, and had It not been lor the Ii3licss game t'le Bostons put up in the liclJ would laic bad another dereaf. nided to Ills cudit. As It was, the visitors plijed a "Sans Gene' sort of a game, stvimngl) not tar ing how many runs the locals ran up. and Washington was out by a, score almost double that scored by the lltaucalcrs. In the second game llolesworth tried his hand and did lalrly well. Hut it was a hard da) to pass jcdguicnt upon hlswork, as the team behind him did not try to pl.iy ball in any ser.se of the le.-i. The heri tors had several opportunities to score and purposely allowed tbctnstlies to be tmt out on tiir bases. OUT FOR A rr.OLIC. The Bostons were ciiderlly out for a frolic, and arraed tlieinsol ea in a uni form consistim; of one blue and one red stinking, apd various other colors, revm hlim; a "crazy quilt." V hen Mc-Guire came to the bat in theflrt inning he w.is presented Willi a siher service and a bouquet of roses. Sclbatb and Uoyd eaih recclcd clocks as soue nirs of the esteem in which they are held bj the Waslungtou public Uveryhipdj was glad when Tim Hurst called the game, ai d the baseball season of 'S5 was brought to an end. The Wasliingtons finished in tinlh place, and It is to be hoped that they will do muih better next season. The Senators were first at bat. They were retired in one, two, three ordr. The Bcaneaters fared no better In their half, and the .Senators came up again. Scrappy BillJoyce.ascalniasa summer's morning, took Ills stand at the plate, waited jialienllvrorawhilcnndwasglvcnahasooii balls. Abbey then hit a safe one to center field, went to first, and big Hill went to second. After Cartwriglit had fouled out Schcibetk im.ught both Bill aid Charley liomeliyaharddrlvetocenterlicldforthree baes, and a moment later he scored on Heir 'iit's out at first lloswcll theu struck out and ended the inning. The Boston men again made a sorry showing. Tucker. Harrington and Ganzel going out In one. two, three order, Deinont cutting quite a figure In the last two outs, tlirowingHorrlngtoii out at first and retiring Gauzell on a fly. The third inning brought nothing more to the home team, ncltlierdid It to thei.'sitors, except that lloswcll hit Rinnon a terrible crack on the arm Just al.oe tlieclbowand put him out of the game, Jtjan taking his place. Both teams failed to score in the fourth, the meu on either side going out iu quick order. l!UISTLi:i) TjT A LITTLE. In the fifth inning the Senators got another goose egg, but the Bcaneaters l.r.ctln.1 itri n tlttlrv With two mell Out 1 Rjan hits.ifcly toleftfieldforoncbascaiid scored on Long s three bagger to center. Duffy got a base on balls, and on Tenny's hit to center Long scored. Nash then went out on a fly to 1'oj d. The score was now 3 to in faor of the Seiiatois. The sixth Inning brought a feast for the home team. Jojce hit to the far end of the right field bleacher stand and took third, and scoreil on Abbey's out, Har rington to Tucker. Then Carlwnght lilt to center for three bases, and after Scheibeek's out, Stiv etts to Tucker, Cap'n Ed. scored on l)e Montreville's till past second. BosvelI then Jut an luof feiish c little one to Har-! rington that was Juggled, and Boss took fir-t, Demont going to third. Then old reliable Jim banged the ball far out Into center for a borne run, after which Sel bach went out, Nash to Tucker. The in ning was worth five runs to the Senators. On their turn up the Bostons did the best work for themselves of the game. After Tucker had gone out on strikes, Harrington got first by a hit Dcniont threw low to Cartwright. Ganzel struck out. Stlvelts drove the ball out for two, bases, and scored Harrington. Rjan hit and rf ached second, and Bluetts scored. Ryan then scored ou Long's hit, and Duffy struck out. Three runs. In the bcventh the Senators fattened their score a little more. Bojd went to first on a hit to right. Jojce hit a long one to Ryan, who made an out by a mag nificent catch right on top of the right bleacher fence. Abbey went out at first, and Bojd landed at third. Cap'n Ed. then hR to right field Tor a homo run, after which Scheibcck went out, Long to Tucker. Two runs. OUT IN ORDER. The visitors again railed, Tenny, Nash and Tucker going out in order, wjien the Senators came In for another killing. After Do Jloutreville fhed out to Nash and. Bos well had gone out, Harrington to Tucker, the fun- began. JIcGuirc lilt a slow one to Long and beat tho ball to first. Tucker kicked Selbach's hit over the foul line, Sel. went to first and Jim to second. Boyd hit a fly Just Inside ot the left foul line, Jim scored and Sclbacli went to third, Boydlaklug second. Joyce then made a little hit by the pitcher that lauded him on first, and the bases were full. Abbey hit a stinger into center, scoring Selbacu and Boyd and tending Bill to second, and then Cartwriglit cent Al. and Charley home by a drive that put him ou second, but was caught napping there and went out. The Senators, hoir ever, had counted up five more. ju ti' i"OX of this lemec thiL-VUU' I i m M Crahj Xllnrdlng, 13th aud Fits. IfyifiiiiA Cutler Ever inspect a "Cutler" Desk closely? Their con struction is as minutely per fect as the works of a clock. The tops move up and down at the slightest touch. Every drawer moves as easily as a piece of well-oiled machi nery. With all this perfec tion you pa- no more than others ask for inferior office desks. $18 to $400. control the "Cutler" Desk for the. District. Craig & Harding, Cor. 13th and F Sts. fjileil again. The bciMtrn (l..n veie blanked am! tl.e la ai.c.ncr, came In lor the Kind up. Loig hit to Hit t.eld aw; Ian lod s.ue-ly. nun Duff fcl'o'MMl suit Iciiuy then hit b hel.e'iLeel:. ive'.'l to 11r-t,ii&rcd Long .indtciil Dully to il Ird X.ish hit to Be 3!iniie,lh. Tenny v.is fened out al econd am: .Nash Ihio.vu ou. .it firt a neat double play. whl h Durrj took advantage of ntid trotted jcr 11 e Plate. Alter Tucker had lie-en siu-n his I ase on lulN Ilarrligtoo Hew cul l m-I! acti. The Bjslon n.cu had added tin to their count Washiiilon. AH It. II. I'O.A.E. M e.uiif. hc!lj.u:i.lr Bojii. rr ,loc th.. .. .. .lil..ef C.inwrlciit.lb.. hlileliifk. Sh. . li mom, ss.. .. boswcil,p Totals Boston. Ikiiiiion.rf IvOllg, Ss Iititly.cf Teniiey.if Nisli,.tli Tucker, Hi Iljrnngin.i,!!ii.. Ganzel. c hllMtts.u . ( -'.15 1 it i . r. i o 0 o ' .. r. 'J :t ii ii . .1 i l r o . . r i o ii , .. r. :: 1 10 o l ! .. r 1 l 4 l l , . q t ii :i i; o . -t l l o i o ::i iRic r i i A n R. II I'U.A E . j o o ii o ii .. t 2 :i-2 a ( . :t l l o o i) . I (I 1' II o II ..-Too l i - I . 4 ii ii i:i ii u . s l u J 8 i) . 4 o i) r l . :t l l o :i i . :: -2 i' l o o nj.ui, rr.. .. -. Totals Wastnngton Boston ,. :ir. 7 !ir7i! -J U.'l l 00 5-5 ii ir U(llil)!.1IIU I- 7 Earned runs WnshtiiMou, ' Loton, 2. First base by errors w.siuuj,ton, U L.s ton, 2 Lcit on liases Uatiiuigloit, J, Boston, 8. 1 irti lut- on balls nrf ixe well, ".. c If Si.etls, 2. Sttuek out j.y Loswell, -: htictts, .1 lloiiie' rata ileouire, cartwriglit. i lirtei.se nits sjiiletii ck. Long joyce, tariwi.gi.t 1 i.ii bis- lilts; Mccuirf, Iciiiuy, Cutw right. Long, hloien !a "S Attcu'rc, -lli.i (i, li.iriingtun. DiLluc- pl.ijs A.eGuiie-, un assistesi, liarringto'i. Long st.el Tlcsit: lit mont, bin. i.cck Hhd Cin wriejii. Hit iy pltimr By lisi.vl!, 1, by biiits. 1. I'.isstsl iiails ilcGuire. Lnijiirc liursi. Tlmi" 1'uj. SECOND GAME. In the fi-cond game, Sullivan, the first man up lor the Beam an it., w nt to IJret en balls Long out on a liy to Demont. Hairy hit lortwo La-ea 'niiiic Mini oi.i at lint, .Villlvnn coriIlg on tlu pi::.-. Nash -nalked Tucker oat on a fl to bclbacii. Oi.c ran. I ilcGuire made a hit Sclbacli ttnick strjckoui. Doi.'iii lilt Boin, allowing ake to walk. Joyce went out at lir&t, and ' ilcGuire ccorcd. Boyd went out at Lome on lJcmont's unit Id Lit. Harrington got to Jirct on n hit. l:y.:i mad a riiglc Doidii hit to then, loic.ig i:an, and Harrington scored Sullivan fhed out lo Bojd Tciuiey hit to Dtiaonr, forcing Bojd Ono run. HADE A HIT. Cartwright hit for a bate. Scheibcck struck out Deinoi.t made a hit :.l u Ci.it right Tient out at third Aiole-morth struc out. Dulfy went out alfirtt Tcimi walked Nash lirst on Hold's error Tucker struck out. Harrington reached first on balls. Nash weut out at third. ilcGuire singled .mo. scored on a wild throw; Gllroy als'o crossed the ruLbcr ou the mlsplay. Boyd made a hit, and went out on Joyce's hit to Long. Abbey struck ou. No runs. Cartwriglit out on fly to HarringtiAi Dolan out on a fly to Gllroy Stiiuidii out al first; Long made a hit; Duffy uiaUe a hit past second, Tciiney struck out. Seiieihe-cs went out joan to 'tucker iloleswortli secured first ou Nash's error, and was forced out at second on ilcGuire's hit to Long. Nash first on Bojd's error; Tuckir struck out; Demont mr.Je an error allowing liar rnlgton to rcacli first Rjan went oct at first, Duffy scoring on the play. Dolan went out Demont to Cartwright. Gllroy singled, and went out trying to steal second. Doyii made a hit, and went out at second on Jojei's hit to ojg. TOW.M'.D THE LAST. Sulhian went to first on Di mont's error; Duffyhitto Demont, forcing Long. Teniicy went out at first; Nash lilt to Sciieibeck and was out at first. Abbey reaehed first on Tucker's error and scored on Tiano Legs' out at first. Scbeiueck fanned, Demont singled, Jloles wortli out on a fly to Nash. Tucker reaihcd second on Cartwright's error; Harrington safe on an error, on whieh' Tucker scored. Dolan went out on a fly to Gllroy, Harrington se-oring on the play. Sullivan struck out. McGuire made a hit, and went out trying to steal sce-ond. Gilroy walkcel. Boyd hit for two bases, scoring "Gil." Joyce struck out. Abbey singled, scoring Bojd, and was caught napping off first. Long went out ou a fly to Demont. Duffy made a home run. Tenney made a safe hit. Nash singled, scoring Tcnncy. Tutker went out at first. Harrington got a base on balls. Ryan singled, scoring Nash and Harrington. Dolan singled. Sul livan struck out. Three runs. Carlwnght struck out. HcheiDcck was safe at first on Long's fumble. Demont made a home run. Jlolesworth struck out. Washington. - AB. R. II l'O.A. E. ilcGuire, c 4 2 3 5 0 Selbach.If 1 0 0 0 Gilroy, If 2 2 2 3 Boyd, rf 3 1 3 X Jojce,3b 4 0 0 0 Abhcy.cf 4 X X 0 Cartwright, lb 4 0X8 Sbicbeck-, 21) 4 X X 3 Demont, ss 4 X 3 4 iloleswortli.p 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 4 2 1 Totals 34 8 14 24 XX 8 Boston. AB. R. Il.rO.A. E. Sullivan, rf 5 2 0 Long, ss 4 o 1 2 Durfy, cf 5 X 3 0 Tcnnev.ir... 4 X X 0 Nastl,3u 4 2 0 2 Tucker.Xb 5 10 5 Harrington, 2b 4 3X5 Ryan, c COX X0 Dolan, p 5 0X0 Totals 4XX0 8 24-X2 6 Washington .'.10200122-8 Boston X X 0 0 X X 2 4 X0 Earned runs Washington 3, Boston 2. First base by errors Washington 5, Bos ton 7. Left on bases Washington 4, Bos ton 9. First base on balls Off iloleswortli 5, off Dolan X. Struct out By iloleswortb B, by Dolan 9. Home runs Durfy and De mont. Two-base bit ilcGuire. Stolen bases ilcGuire, Boyd, Abbey, Demont. Duffy, Tenney 2, Nash, Tucker and nar rlngton 2. Double play Dolan, Long and Tucker. Wild pitch llolesworth. l'assed ball Ryan. Umpire Hurst. Time 1:45. Acnln "Winners at Cricket. Philadelphia, Sept. 80. The third and last game of tbe cricket matches between cataidihe vxiora sua Cambridge uiu- mwbw&oHii Startling Prices 1 i ' Such prices are hard to believe, but it is all true. We will refund you the money if the goods are not as advertised. We cannot say more than that. Men's Overcoats. $4.00 for an All-wool Chinchilla. $4.50 for an All-wool Kersey. S5.00for a Fine All-wool Cheviot. Men's Suits. S3.50 foru Gooi Oasinrcrc Suit nn-t!i Sift M-50 fori! Good Kcrs; Suit uort i .?! SS.00 fora Co d vt ur-ted Miit worth SIO. 0 SO foru Good -catch Wool Milt worth Sl $7 50 fora Good Clay orstad suit worth $13.50. ? I Men's 05c fora Gool Wort:d Pints worth Si. M UO fora GooJ i iisluticrc l'jnt wo-th i HO. 1.50 torn G uJ sotch ool I ant worth -75. J.UOfora Gaoi I'm Mripc I'.nts worth -J 50. TENNILLE. The UNICFM Clothier and Furnisher, t 709 Bevcfltli Ftre.! !!. W., WasiiDgbo. D. C. vcr Hies aid tLc I l.i'te'vlp'i a crickttcr. was linhled al H!cr?crct il.s Kittn.fcn. the lit me phi j ( rs v. inn'ng I v ci ii n i g and thirty nine tuns. leu ton roint i.v'iN:rt. Tlie'iitlieO"-! iIim Went In a oil Hnl-lit'd L'i the- Giants.! ' i New York, tepr. .10. Thecio-irg game j In this city only allr.tCUilrCco icople, jp l.olwithstainliiig th..t III'' cliaiiipioirs were- j fX oi incsetl to tiic.cM iforks. Ttieh'tiueteum tr ied Tor rout iiiniugf, bit tnej iciMiId ii"l :f ke-ep pace nit.i tr.e i.'.st game or the i; vlsiiors. ai.d in lie i.itn i.nuiiii iuuii - k tne lc.iii::.tit's scores! seieii rut-. Gaiue j t-, was called nt the ci.d or t! c eii'.'.tn inuii g ' & on actciunt of darkness. 3'Jtirc! u I Baltiiiore. Ai.K. H.l'O-A. i:. I i!o.r..w..JU 1 S - o J. i) I Kicl.-r. rf -1 1 2 .'. ii O Jennings, ss n - II 4 4 '! VJ . Keliey. ii S il 1 .ill U Hfl' r -I Jire4tif,cr 3 v o - o o Sj 5 (-t fY I 1A1TT" SS:-:H!i.l!i5)lgU0' I'l.rL.,.,, Il 1 1 II O 1 1 - U s-.u-n-.., - Total" N.w York Fclitr, Tit r.w.i. rf-. .. A'iii Uanrcn, vt. G. 11..HS. sli . I'slllOII. Jtl.. .. 11. H.ivis, lb.. . htailtiril.lt.. .. Karri II, c llilt i ASI-J- li.J'O.A 1. 1 2 1 O . t I l -t a .Ji'l) ! O :: u l vi X l ii i ii l '' 4 0OO Totals.. .. Baltiniorc. New lork.. Harms: ru :i'- .1 7 21 ! 3 .1 o o i) ; 4 o o s . O O X O O O t. J Bait inure, ); New YoiS, 1. Urst lose on nts lwtlmore, l. Left on liase lMltlliimi-. &; New ols IK 1'irst ls.se on bui 0 'ty i S& 1 fl v . ti O O tfi O 0 Si 0 II vJ - ' ? iji rr ii.irksou. l; ocl By turksoii, -: in .cura'. llirn'-tS Two base hit Van off I.uslf. It. httt-ck ocl by Icusi'', L. Ilo'i e nil ii.tiJi mi jcu.nii.rs. Hallren. Stolen tiase Broale, Chirk- Fuller. II. D.ii-, fctttrtoni. Van IlJltrt i. Houhif p!a II. Dans. niMMswt. I in plrc Keere. Tunc 1 Vj. i'lllLLll.-s lOK1Ili:i.AsT. But Hrool.il i.- Iiiid tin-Jsciirc Tied in tilt- 'li.!li. ' l'iuladjlphia, bttit. 3t l-Mladelph.-a dc feau-ti iroosi)ii t!.i-i .ilterOo-.i m a U'l lulling same whim ctiicluoeil the st.oou here. Less tnali one t.-iOJsand persons siiiveretl l.troagii the contest, 'lne Mtttors tied the score m tne uui by heavy tattaig, ami itaimllon hesireil tne it'iiiiuu ri.n .or l'liilaiieipiii.iliill.e ittitiionliteb.iocoiio.ills ami lielen.iaty's double. Score I i-mi.iiieip.iia H.im.lioa.c. .. AXi.u.ii l'Oji. : b j 1'eic.iaui.i. .. - .- o .. .. LrojS, ,ib .1 1 0 2 Keill), 30 J c 0 0 1 t.r.uy, c h it -J a 1 Thompson, rf t 1 l - 1 iimui. rf 10 0 0 0 Madts'Ni. -s 1 o o l i buiiivan.ss .'10 11 1 liaiuu in,-t 5 o o .1 .i Boyle, lu .- .. b O 1 li 1 'iajiur, i 0 1 ! J Total .. .. Brookl)ii. Grirrm, ct .. Shlndie, .m .. Corcoran, si . I'outz, lo .. Anderson, If . luly. -lb .. bnocu, rf .. Gumoert. rf .. Gnm, c .. Kennedy, p .. I Total .. .. I'll! adclphia . . 4B 10 17 .50 15 3 AB. . t I) . 4 . f) r. It, H. I'O.A.E. 1 1 J l 1 2 1 1 4 1 0 l. 1 13 2 3 O o 4 .. .. 15 0 13 30 17 .2O2220201 110 Brooklyn .0 3000010 5 0 D i.-.irti.i nttis PiiH.Kiinin.i ti. Brooklin a. I-irsl base by errors X'lul.idelpliial. Brook lyn 1. Lett on bases X'luladelpul.i lo, i.rooisDii o. First bate on im.is ufr Ta)lor 2, off Kennedy 3. SlrJcK out By Taylor 1, by Kenned) 2. Thre-e-buselut Anderson. Two lube Juts Hamilton 2, Delelianty.Tiiylor.Corcoraii.Daiy.GuniDert, Tv"onn..iii-. linnliln nkiv Grirfin and Cor coran. Empires lieiidersou and Hurray Time x-.ou. Ileiirt rniluro SeUed Hurry Wright. Atlantic City, N. J.', Sept. 30. Harry Wnghr, ihe ramous bascbal I manager, who Is ill at the sanitarium here, had a sudden attack of heart, failure this morning. He remained unconscious for awnllc, but ral lied later on. JTrnnk Donahue to Pitch for llroivns. Waterbury, Conn., Sept .30-rFrank Don ohue this morniug signed a contract to pitch for the St. Louis National League ball team. The irorninc, Eienlng nml Sunday Tliiii'M delliered to your hou-o cost you hut X 2-3 cents a dayyor 50 cento u mouth. Tiehall Notes. Stivetts was hit very hard." IlcGuire had his batung clothes on. llcGraw is ready for the Temple cup. Cartwright was strong -with the stick. The X'hillies won the last from Brooklyn. llolesworth received wretched support. It was a cold ay, yet neither nine was left Rusie had a long row of ciphers after his name. President Freedman can lieavo a Dig sigh of relief. , Dolan has a deceptive stop whtn de livering a ball. 'Nash had a strong arm. He threw clean over Into the bleachers. Demont accepted seventeen chances out of nineteen In the two games, Ryan captured Joyce's high fly off the barbed wire In deep right field. Judging by the stupid playing of some of tbe plavers their sensed were chilled. If Louisville had Burkctt or Kecler they -would have the strongest outfield In the business. Delehanty hit Earcly every time be went to tbe bat and Thompson was a close second. , The condition of the Baltimore players "warrants the prediction that they will alio win 'ViA.Temole en. - , IN - Pants. ffijg?gfeaa-g OUR GRAND C3 1 Ooenin :m i nnivsrsary Bi Crowds $ p. ll YESTERDAY. -- . - M I I U I I 1 I , TO-DAY. Let 'em induce you fv ; ,- Kann. Sons an TJ gi F 8ih and Market Space 3-GSC--; -3.sO-i j EISENMANN'S i & Second Bargain Day V The cool come lo slav. zvave has Prepare Hi 1 m tffl 61 J !-3 fcioO Oel I ln.L ' m 7 K SI E VJ7 yourself ivith warm wear. We can save you 2jC to joe on every ' 16 dollar. 4 t, . r . , , a B rnces for luesdav Univ. v J J B .,, , , , ,, . , . T Blankets en I Comforts. 25c 59c 93c 39c 69c 98c A pair Crip LUane;s, worth 7i- A pair of 1(M r!ftkets In white or drab, roita3). Apiir of 11-4 Wntto lilantets for the larpest fceJ, an vory heny, regular price?-, binple Bed .omturts, regular price 0o Uoube lied Comforts, extra hay, worili ft. Double lied 4 cmforts. made of Lretonuoor Jittceu, sold ele wburo nt I.0. Larco slzo Vtfcito Spread, Mar seilles pattern, worth J L A j-ilrof hnudsome hlte Laco Curtains, full length, worth 75c, For Curtain Poles, InOat or Cherry, with all attaenments, v, orth 3. For best Holland Window Shades, with fixtures, regular prke S3c, Larce size Towels, sold else where for 10c. For hoary Canton Flannel, worth 7c. For best 5-1 Table Oilcloth, worth 20c 4 A 49c A 39c J 15s t 19c 3c cJ.'C I2c J f 806 7th St.and 1924, J f IQ"?K Dann Ana ? ? -..,.. .w. , Curtains Up Yet? Or do they want cleanlns first? We launder lace curtains to perfec tion. Vie have special facilities for fine work. Telephone us and we will call for them, and send them back looking like new ones. Capital Steam Laundry, Tei. ieia 512 8th St. jji Ill UCESJHIE CLOSE Best Sport Yesterday Ever En joyed at St. Asaph. BANK DECISION MARRED IT Lndy Li-tor, a Ten to One Clmnce, XV ns Gi-ii tlio Drcl-lon, Alllioiiuli Sjdo Cltiirly Won liy u llouil LonjiSIiotM Cuptiir.'d Tim Eent-i Ilookis Were AIuy Iluny. Those who Mblted St. Asaph yesterday w itnefeed what can safely be nald to be tlio best racing overseen on the outlaw tracks. Two ot the events were so close that they .ooktd like dead heats, another, was won by a headnnd two othcrcfumUhed whipping fiuiUies. The only thing that marred thceiiort was Hie rank decision that was glien In the fifth race. Sjde was the raiorlte anil the won by a good head.njt the race waeglien to Lady Lieter, a 10 to 1 chai.ee. GOOD SPORT INOUHEK. The weatiicr wae Sim pi) perfect for the eisirt ai.d this, added lo the good lieltiug crowd that went out, sent enr) thing along in beautiful chape. The fire books that went ou halt all they could do to handle Hie money that caiueiu and tli-y managed to break al-out een with the talent. iiiiiiiasloe, a horse that lec-etitly came down rrom I he Northern tracks, was made the faiorite in the opening eient, but tue i loi I-M) at the posi must h.iie killed his chanct?., as Electro, a 10 lo 1 shot, heat hiiu out in a driilug finish. Tile second eient was also taken into t camp b) .i long shot, liuniiiung bird was I Hi" eliol. e. closing at II to 20. but li.ul to be satisfied with si-coud money, as Cody i lasttsl I0114 enough to win b) an e-yelasb. JILRItAY DID THE TRICK, j The ttiirtl race, wnlch wa- for iwojear- old.. also furmshm a good llni-lr. Tho liandicapye.-s pickcil Murray lo do the I trick and he just managed lo tlo It, win- , ii'iig by a nose fniiii ilario, w ho came very fast at the finlsl. 1 Klizulieth L, Home -More and Gaiety i were nil p'.i)e'd in the fourth race. K11Z.1 I Jictli was not pla)ed al first, and went up to 4 lo 1. The right moiie) e-aim-iu, j 'it.weier, and '-e closed at S to 5. Iar ' gueri.e II. niaete all the running till well , Into I lie streliii, where EI1z.iIh.-i1i caught her. and In a driimg fiui-h, got Hit de cision Syde was a prolilhltne ilioicc In the fifth event She won the rate all right, but the Judges gale il to Lady Lister, 'a 10 to 1 chance. 1 "Hie cloxlug race went to Renaissance--, ' wli - took eomand at the head of the ' stretch, and with .1 mile shaking up, won by an open length from Hazel, with Grey Forest, third. Iti'-nlt-i nt M. A-hpIi. MVathTtlcar HUdcook Trackfast. lirst rart Flit lime, 11W. llois-.V t SI Fltscrro, tnj.... -2 lla'li .islse.IM 1 fcrlongs. Purse, f 100 !i SL Tin. Jcfy lit. i"i 2a IfU. Brewer 10 .13 -JC St"Niry 1 7 4 3a -Mi ler 10 - hirg Prnl. Hi 7 7 Bo fe-. la .3 ll JliClukrr, '17 S 8 11 Logins, 11.' 4 4 It M 11 rnet.l B C 5 Stnlwi rth. ItH. 5 6 4. -J li 1K4 Cnpwnll-3 !" 4l ' 411 I - (l.-ir lir'n'S) Glfasou 2d BanktusSO HTehan 15 t. Pcll'ns. Stirt B'od- on urivlns. Zf) '-e-o-iil race fall OV i'UIIl. hm Time. I fer.otigs. Pell'nff. .:u Jml Horse ilt. u M Pin. JcVj PL "hi Cody. D7 4 Qi II In Iloalhan ii , ,, - inVn il-Jl N-vaez H , W Za-naerair. !C7 8 7 7 5 1 Orinn C Xe'and :0 ilit.-hsll 10 '. i i:amit. II.. 4 . "UIHII.I....M - Arrrr S il7l) II J i.loVr.107 1 fi 8 Neary 4 tart goo L Won dr.Tlng. rri'; Third race. Fire fnrlougs. Turso, $100. lino 1-0-s. lod. Iltii-o .V Ut. 4j. luir-iv.leG . 4W VarftW..., 372 I pea tl is. Di 4'W I'oJnty. il3 i-L U 5r- Fin. J'ci'r Ek . 1 2a i'HJb Hl'j 7-10 .2 31 3 4 21 G.rasou 3 .3 In liy, 31 1 lioulrh'n A 3 5 4 4 Avery 33 40 Irel Vu3ch,1C5 1 4 5 Narvaez 4 Mart fair w on 'Ir.vins: I"ou-th ract; Six and one-hall furlongs. r bo Inij. I'urso V-OX Time, 1-25. Horso .V Wl st Xi Sl Fin. J c't r.t. Elizaleta. !1U.. 5 .1'im iu Crirrn b-5 Jl'nt'rite II. Ui 2 Ih lu 2'j; Nanaez G Giiftr.lu: ..4 2a?"JiIS (i.'asonS--II Ik Deillty, 10; 1 4 6 4 Avery 2) Tieca.107 3 7 7 5 Dorsry 15 otne JlTtt. 101. 7 5 4 6 JMt.'j7-I .Mullftt. 102.... 6 C 5 7 A'drewslJ Marl ccoil, Woudrivms. Zf)---"Ut ' race -ii and one-half furlongs. sJsz-J -etiiing. Turse. 10J. Time. lSI?f. !nl Perse A 1 c. UV Fiil JcSy lit 361 Lady Uster.IOl I , 4J-J Mn. 101 2 491 Fassott, ta.. J ; Ttrresa, U0.. 4 I lt:sy -yds. !B 5 1J2 1J In ll'flils'n 10 5 2i 25 Blsllty.'-.-. 4 5 34 lt.BmwnlO 22 4 4 31 nliu 50 3a Sn 5 Gleaeou 9-! --i.il Clansmau. SO.. 6 f Mart goo t. Won tlrivln 6 Hayes 20 ri ixlb tims. Seven furlongs, i sJUU Ju-se.KcO. lime, 3.J1U. Selling. InJ llcr-o.3 Wt bk lino) 1 e.'alssan e, W 4 .'.!) Hazel 9 1 3 4'J4 Grey Forest BO 1 in Minnie-8. VJ .. 3 5i. Iiresnn.tr ... 2 431 Dr Heel. 103.. 6 i73 Joa'uy r'e,t9 7 SL Fin J'eVv Br. 2J.2I 13 ilitchll 4-5 3n 3J ai Houlebanl 4 I !U Glens, n 12 1 lli 1 Avery 10 6 6 5 J.Murp'ySJ 5 5 6 Narvaez 5-2 lCl)ron20 -lar-tosL ou easily. Hefcrs to A!esai.0r IslauU series. I To-tlny'-i Entrtf. nt Alexiinder 1-Iuiid. Flret Race Sei eii-eighlbs mile. I Ind. Ilorro. Itt Intl. Horfe. Wt. ' 560 Hay Tay .. .112 S7U Prince John..ln!i I 517 Drizzle 112 574 X'oracer 107 575 Tim Hum .lu: i 573Niiiet)Siieuioo 5U4 Bella G ln t Second Race Six a 5 Tim Hum .lu: 507Mohawk 104 uU7 Juliet 101 a ml one-fourth furlnmrs. i iseiui. j Ind. Hone. Wt. Ind. HorFe. Wt. -mm Hlia IU. I...4I loye'USO 1112 (577IVeut 102 179 Trojan 98 571 O'Hearn....l02 (4!)G)Urauger....X02 571 Annie T 102 Third Kace Fiie-eighths mile. Tiro-Tear-olds. Selllm. Ind. Horfe. Wt. Ind. Horce. Wt. (4S5)Al.Helen'tloti 572 Grassmerc.102 49fi Baccarat...! 03 (503)M'irray 99 (4!Hi)ljttle F. .103 40G Bob 99 Fourtn Kace One milt. Selling. Ind. Ilnrfe. Wt. Ind. Horce. Wt. (502)C.O. D 11.7 577 Brooklvn .. ..107 (3liblSaiii.iritau..lo7 53M Blizzard 97 57.)G.il!.ilin .. .107 573 X'r. Klamath. X00 50(; Hazel 107 Fifth Hace Six and one-half furlongs. Selling. Intl. Horse. Wt. Ind. Horse. Wr. 2fi Quarterm'r 107 Trumpeter.. 107 402Tenuisnn.. X07 455 Vepasian...l07 193 The Bully -.107 537Nobbv 95 477 T. Brophy..l07 495 LadyTeaclier95 490 Senator 107 551Mirtletoe.... 95 150 Keime 107 537 .larley 95 440 l'ilcrim .. .107 4iG ratnabbitt.107 Sixth Hace !5i and one-fourth furlongs. Selling. Intl. Iforse. Wt, Ind. Horse. Wt. (502)Dart 110 577 Jersey 1P 559Traitur 10G 505 Clansman.... try l.efers to St. Asaph serle-s. Select Ions. First Eace--Juliet. Ninety Seven. Bella G. Second Kace Vent.Slva. Joveuff. Third Kace Lottie F., Baccarat, Grass mere. X'ourth Race Gallatin, Brooklyn, Prince Klamath. Fifth Kace Kleme. Senator. Jarley. Sixth Kace Dart, Traitor. Clansman. Entries nt Grne.end. First race: five and one-half furlongs; handicap Merry Prince, 114; Salvable, 106; Intermission, 102; Volley, 100; Whlppany, 92. Second race; mile and one-eighth; handi capSir Excess, 122; Sir Walter, 117; Galilee, 1X3; Patrician, XXX; Augusta, Belle, 90 each. Third race; three-quarters mile; selling; Greenfield stakes Harry Reed, 108; Man chester, 104; Annissette, 102; Bellicose, Hawnnleb. 05 each; Irish Keel, 93; Kisbera, Nicolinl, 92 each. Fourth race; mile and one-quarter Mar shall, Diabolus, 107 each; Adclbcrt, Can delabra, Cass, 102 each; Augusta Belle, 99; The Bwaln, 92. Filth race; three-quarters mile; Culver handicap Key Del Carreres, 135; Discount, 117; Ed. Kearney, 113; Brandywine, 111; Lustre. Ina, 107 each;Kamsln,90;Crcccndo, 99; Hermanlta, 97. Sixth race; five and one-half furlongs: maidens Medwln II, Mr. Reel, King of Bohemia, Whlppany, King Hero, Bon Ami, 1 lit. eucili ocuaiur aitiriJii, citjio, oeilir 1 Anile, Kunover, Conneaugh, 109 each. ii501 ; 1 , inti ON'T THINK there's a man in town who hasn't a need we can't sup ply to his thor ough satisfac tion. Take FALL CLOTHES, for instance. Your fancy can't light on anything that's to be worn this year that we can't show you. Like to quote our prices to )-ou when you're looking at the goods. Hats Derbvs, $2.50 to $4-, Soft Hats, $1.50 to $5. Loeb & Hirsh, The Clothiers. Shlrtmakors. Outfittsrj. 910-912 FSi N.W. THE GItKAT ItriTALO HILL Ills. Career blnms What Eneriar Can Accomiill-li Celebrated In X'octry nntl SOU. Fameis eosmotiolitan In its scope and unl vcrsal In its character No better illus tration can be furnished of this truth than I- supplied by the world wide popularity .ich.eied by one who began a life of lnci iltnt and I'TUiemcnt as an untutored lad on Hie 1)1.-1 Inst or the great West and who has grown lo be an Idolized hero in tho e)es of the grtiit nations of the worlcL '1 nls Iioy of lne pkilns lias become a great cinef m tne esteem ot his leilowiueii, al Itiougti wearing no crown ami wielding no ccpire, exce-pi me luiisihie power ol his own peculiar and attracting personality. lilts . iijtn. ir Ii nmnn im.ti is. 1 nrfnlri UI1F J whose-sovereignity n.is been aiknowiedged in most emphatic rasinons in ait tne great centers or theiioriirseiiilization. At the recent lneetnig or the military surgeons in this cit), one or the- prominent members r marked uimiii htarmg the name or Col Cony mentioned "It is singular how popular, to ute Ihe Ti orel in its very i.eit teist'. Uu tfalo But is among the na tions, regardless or creed, color, or condi tions: 1 teiutned to this country a lew w eeks ago alter tourii g the world for two years, ai.d e'veryw here 1 heard the naiuci or Liiifiaio lull In the hignwa)s of civili zation, and in out of-U'e-w a) corners it was Juritl e same, and lr I had not know n some lliiig or Ihe lii-tory of mv countryman I should hae thougnt tLat this same Billialo Bill was a demigod, a lew, but peaceful Napoleon come to tatisfy the longins souir or the hero-w orsluj e rs of these I ro gressiie da)s. At the great Jubilee ccle bnition in Loudon ana among all men who were prominent in the minds and wl.osa names were in the mouths or the people, none had more fretment mention or at tracted more genuine attention than Col. fVwtv ll w .1 I hi- ,-nin nt Il.i. l-nriw Ivsri.. I. I Hon in lt-tit; the tiavclirs or the world j and icry manv of Its grcalc-st celebrities were there, lidiati princes, Arabian sheiks, ' Kgviitian rashas. Aincan potentates. Tar tar ciin-rs, Bhah of X'c Ja, ard hundreds oC otiicri otabies, but not one of them reached the till nacle or popular glory upon which. Iki Halo Kill was placed b) common acclaim. This was repeated at the World's Fair, where he was an attraction not eclipsed by the glories of the great Dream Citv.and the representatives or the various quaint ard lavage nations assembled there took i with Ihtiu to ll.eirlar-orr homes no mora i interesting mementcs than those which. tervid as souvenirs or the ram ius American scout, whose fame lliey will extend to i uucnuo-i ecus or tne .ami ir any loan nas aciiic-M- rame-, aid a lame, too. in which irere is ro imrclrlcious vein, in Its most worthy form, it it, Col Cod v. And wtt has I ecu me mamspniig ot nistuc ccssl His skill, his manly tearing, his unl-rornico.ir:esy.hIsw.-irmlieartedaudprcnip6 generosity, his cool braverv, and hlsj liromptM'ts all have cor.daied to that uc cets, but it is ILc ceaseless and well-til. rected energy which hasbten the crowning Quality or his mental and i hvtlcal make-up. In a word he has thown tne world whac well directed energy can do " It was alter hearing these remarks and actuated by their Inspiration that Air. R. V. Hill, who, It will i,e riLc-mtjered, was Hie secretary ot the committee which en. tcrtained tne military surgtsons, penned the following Hues: What Ene-rcy Can Do. When the reco'rd ot the century Upon the scroll of fame Iu golden llns is thisel'd In Xeh great and worthy name; Each gallant deed, each daring ot, Eaih coimuest uoblv won. Each wonderful achievement. Each duty sternly doLe. And when this glory's roll in full shall all resplendent shine. And laurel wreathes about H all Harmoniously entwine What nanies will 'mougst the foremesf stand? What deeds outran': them all? What ejilsodes in jv.ic or war Will ruiurc hearts enthrall? It eems to me. as lock I glance Along the march of time. That imes Hkf Grant ami Washlrgtoa Will over rank sulilim" And Lincoln, too, and Bisniarct, Gladstone, the Grand Old .Man, Edison and fair haired Custer Will surely lead the van. And Livingston and Stanley, too. And nmiy- dauntless nieii Whov'e earned the italm of victory With sword ami brush and pen. Ami then, nietliink", beside them all One name will surely shine In flames of glorious liuht. his own Along the roreniost Hue. ror he lias fought, anil conquering Made captive foes his f neuds: And shown how war. well ordered, In peat-etul triumph ends. N tutor he, ami )et his skill. His daring courage, too. Have taught the races cerywhcre vt uai euergy can on. He has shown the world th,e rcdsklri. Who soon must pas away; He has shown the world the lesson Of savage hordes at play. He counts his friends or nations World-wide, is his renown; A duke without a coronet, A king without a crown. A gqllant man. a noble man. As brave as km -hts of old: t A tavalier of cavaliers The boldest cf the bold. Who is this new tilr Gaiabad, This Biiard of to day? Tills peerless prince or common mi. What name tloei he display? Ah I There's the rub. Tn poet's ear It sounds no rhvthmic thrill. For 'tis simply Willi im Cody; His e-oguomen is "BUI." Rev, Jinimie Coo';, THE BOY PREACHER, DESPONDENT AND HOPELESS. I have suiTered for years with the worst form of catarrh offen sive discharges, buzzing- in ears, pains inchest, violent cough, con stant hawking and spitting, liy whole nervous system was a wreck. After trying various rem edies without relief, about one month ago I began using Dr. Geo. W. Fisher's Catarrh Cure; am now entirely well. I give this tes timonial without solici tation, thinkxng xt mv 'gf'duty to let the world know there is one positive cure for this dreadful disease. Trice, 10 cents, by all Druggists. KrloIcChom Icat Co.. Who.esnlo Agents, 170U Pa. ArX. W. Telephone Wi ESssl - 0tw3 WKJA fctr -w-gtrmex r ) ii '-is. . H5--V.; jjaa- 5- , '-&r J tt iiWs. -2. - ' :- -. llV"'