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Has Jumped JumpedHAS JumpedHAS JumpedHAS
No Intention lnt rf e Playing PIai PIaytRIWith Otter Than ThanWith TIIaaWltk
With Seaataxa UMtLgI Legal LeplDllty Move MoveAgainst IIisDeiskaMy
Against Dllty eak ty tyAlbert
Albert 1 hfrt Orth without a doubt 1It Washlng Washlngi Wadi WadiIa WasbIa WasbIat
i Ia n > best l slab It artist last year and tbe tbem tbef
< m f a that t hat mad UM most friends frt nds and andvmvod uiJrvcd tel telt
rod t rvcd the best drawing ra drawth card is a cat catv t tth
v th t h a most sst emphatic tle denial ef f the therumor llItofllmor ther
rumor r i mor which Icb ha H I4 that be has signe signev signelt Hi Hii
v i i h John McGraw McQra or anyone else ftr ftrhllll ntIrbali tr < er erhau
hau Thomas Tbe Lofton LoR Orth went at ta o hl9 hl9iiro blsj
j iiro < In fl LfiMhburg LrDe Va V at t the end of ofball 01t ofthc
t thc hc ball season Intending lte cU to remain remainfhrre Jta Jtathcrt umalathrre
fhrre all winter winterThe wIterThf winterTh
The Th many rumors going around roall bow bowrvrr bowfYfr bOWever
ever brought him te town this ua morning morningHe tD01Dl tD01DlHl mOrning3it
He wont directly ctreetl to tbe Cochran Hotel Hotelwhere Hotelwhere Hotelhrc
where hrc he met eugene 1Ie 8 Cochran C bran pro propriotor prorlftor proprItor
priotor rlftor and one of the shareholder rebol4e in inth IDI
I th h Washington team tm also 1 a personal personalfriend pelllODalrltnd pereonalfrknd
friend of Orth Al declared that the therumors tb tbru therumors
rumors ru mors so far aa he was concerned ww wwgroundless 1foiftJroundlaa weregroundless
groundless and Dd not backed up by tbe tbetruth tbetrutb thetruth
truth Mr Cochran said lei be did not be belicve belHf beicve
licve icve tbe rumors and Dd placed tile utmost utmostconfidence at8lO1ltfnndtD utmostctnfldpnc
confidence fnndtD In Orthp Ortb words wordsMr wordsM ords ordsIr
Mr M Ir r Cochran accompanied by Pitcher PitcherOrth PtteberOrt PitcherOrth
Orth Ort b made the tb roands of the newspaper newspaperffflcru aewpaptIromf8 newspapertffieei
ffflcru this tbllDOIDlq morning and the big b tvrler tvrlerdenied trlrerdeni
denied deni d that be hd even seen or UJVefl tolh4with tiflr4with UJVeflwith
with the little manager of the New Ne York Yorkt
t tf am since tbe good old summer time timeDenies tl8eDIIIiea timoDmiies
Denies AU Rumors RirmeriTo R RumorsTo
To a Tides representative Orth said saidThe saidTIie 14 14nle
The report that I haw signed with wit Me MeCraw lieCraw MeGrew
Craw is I absolutely untrue and ad with without 1JttJaout withOut ¬
out foundation I have e not ot only 17 not notHjcned net1gned t tlJIned
Hjcned a contract with McGraw McGn bet twthave bulhtVt bethave
have not seen ssa or talked with tJa him 1dILJast The TbeJast Thelast
Jast tlm time I sat sa him 111 was w during the Umpr sum summer sumflier
flier and not a word ord was then tlae said saidabout DIdahout saidabout
about signing 15180 any u contract to play pi with withthe wt wtthf withthe
the Giants I have not signed with Jfc JfcGraw 1IcGraw MeCraw
Graw and I have no Intention latea Oll of sign signing signlog p pfng
log with him or anybody else My con contract CODtract contract ¬
tract with Washington W lsth oniy one I Ihave Ihave IItave
have haveIf
If 1 you bane anus net t signed with McGraw McGrawhow cGraw cGrawhrbw w whow
how did the th rumor MI got out be M8k wa waasked was wasa
asked 8k a ked
You can search me a he replied Te Tefirst Theliret I Ifirst
first I heard or saw of It was when I Iread tnad Iread
read it In the papers papersOfth pa paOtth papersOfth
Ofth stated that he dM not know kilo any anything anything Q Qthing ¬
thing about bout the other two players but butte butdid bute
te e did know he wasgotag 801 to play with withthe withthe withthe
the Washington baseball 1 team nest t tIn sea seaton seanon
ton He Heainehertopeeb1sfriendssnd Heainehertopeeb1sfriendssndto came ame here to fee his I friends snd sndto aDeIto
to assure the managers mnaa that the report reportwere npGIttwpre reportiWere
were untrue untrueLegal lUll untrueLegal rue rueLegal
Legal Actwa At ia iRstpt iRstptOn inSIst inSIstOn < Sif > t tOn
On the other ot her band It Capt M Deto Detobanty 0 0bantT Del Dellietity
banty and Jack Townsend have baT made madeup deup madeup
up their minds to inacp j ims and play pia vttb vttbMrGraW wtBrGr8 wUkMcCraWs
MrGraW rGr8 8 Xante OIa they ooat might gb as 16 g5aecur will willsecure 0 0cure
secure aecur cure the services of several eral practi practitioners piactitioneri U UU ¬
tioners U Dera to look oujt o far tiwtr CIIeIrin fntetmtal fntetmtalin tatIi tatIiin
in the ourts of this city cityThese eAt eAtTbelMl cityThee
These Thee three men en signed contracts contrac hut hutyear lastyear t typar
year to play two neasoas II eaaos with tile Wash Washis W WIa Washis
is maintained ata1 ed Uley Uleyufcvf dLIt tAsTSUCH
LIt SUCH dravn 7a advance money on ontheir o otbelr ontheir
their salaries salarteetor ala for tile coming Mal lng season seasonThe seasonThe L LThe
The muottflnrs DIa nirs of the leeel club avow avowhclr areaicfr Yow Yowthlr
hclr intrntlen Ii i to tiol of holding Jell tbe men to totheir totblr totiwir
their contracts cJilra 1a and have MY placed the mat matt aaattr mattir
t tr < r in t tho hfl HA4s of Whine J Lambert LambertMtorn LalaanIi
Ii 1 Mtorn I t t tOrDy t orn < y for the team Mr Lambert Lambertsaid LambertIaid Laabertitid
said this mombw mombwI mo moI mornl
I have ba ye e my Instructions tnacUoM to resort rt to tothe totbp toth
the th courts te t bold the players te their theirj utrporlIonal theirprccnaI
j porlIonal rscnsl contracts on which they have havereceiver bay bayrtceiy barreeeivett
receiver rtceiy money pa7mtn fay meats In 1 case eMeof e any anyof
of 01 them refuses rffu te five ate services servicesexclusively serviceexrIushiy nteea nteeafXr1uslt1y
exclusively to Manager Leftns Loft of the tbeWashington tIWWublaRlolI theWashington
Washington American League Baseball BaseballCompany BaHbaJICompaDY BaseballCompam
Company and unless na1e tile court should shouldrule shouldrule b brule
rule that all personal contracts eoatractortblel are areworthies areworthlee
worthies these tI players play rs will 0 be abso absolutely abeolutely bIIo bIIoIntl ¬
lutely Intl bound to their written ttea agreements agreementswith e agrsementswith
with 1 it h us <
R May Iay 3s True TrueAlthough TraMA TrueA
Although A It hemp the manaasri 1111 r f and ad adholdtn share shareholders shereholders ¬
holders of the team have Ye not DOtantbla1 learned learnedanything learnedanything
anything definite d tram the pmyers pla plaquutloa In Inquestion inque8tlon
question they are of the opinion opta that thatthe Uaatt thatthe
the t b rumors are not absolutely aboluteiyiaa gronad gronadl
l 11511 si and Dd after ftertaDda talking the matter tMr over overH overI
H 1 L I was decided tee to take action act similar similarto
to that tb by CoL Jean Jtogers ta Pfetla PfetlaJlphls 1IaQadJlbl PhikI
Jlphls JlphlsEven I dJlbl dJlblIonn Iphia IphiaEven
Even in the face of what wlaatn the man mannK managira
nK agira rs are going to do the players might mightjump ml8lrtump mightjump
jump ump t te New ew York and play pl there Then Theni Thenthy
thy i hey h y might be restrained from playing playingm pla71 pla71In
m i n Warhinmon Var h n gton the same as they tbeyDO an annon are areflow
non DO k ki p out of Philadelphia PhiladelphiaFrom PIIIIad1aoroa PbIlad lphIa lphIaFrom
From N New > fW w Orleans Orl where w big blelld Bd d Dele Delehanty Delehanly Dalehaney
hanty in keeping his bl eyes e7 eye oa the runners runnerscomes naDlienomes runnersowee
comes the intelligence that Del does doeJpry not notlery sotbe
lery he will sign a contract to play plyn
in n otn Ot Hty tit y other than
He H 4ofo1I < foe not deny that be has baal4i2ned as yet yettiiened yetsisned
tiiened nny contract with u McGraw IlcOra to play playin pia piain playin
in Gotham To use the big left leJclerwor fielderswords fielders fielderswords
words wordsOf wor wordsof
Of eourn courllfl I may sign elsewhere than thanulth tMa1IIlh tb tbu
u ulth Rh Washington ubI llartell but to date McGraw McQrawand IIcGr IIcGranlt McGrawand
and I Iav havent aveoft ams to any aD Agreement met 1 1fusoi 1rUHII Ifused
fused < 1 M t HoOraw MdJn dlrsw said It was tile tbeJirni tileJimi thelimi
Jirni I named 1 le000 M GOO and nd Muggsy MuggsyriiKKed JlUAQjll Miaggaytiiied
riiKKed jll Ked No o there Is lsnohIng nothing ao hl fa I the rumor rumorthar rwaorthar ruraoythat
thar I have signed ap with Ith New York YorkAri YorkDeIIert YorkHe
Ari lay Desert DesertHe DeIIertHe
He srs u lie be may sign Ip with t some Ilk team teamother taother teamother
other than Washington W Wh When the rumor rumorwas rUDIorWIiR rumorwas
was Brut circulated Del said I sign signed signed Ip Iped ¬
ed a twoyear tw contract with tlt Washington Washingtonand Waablct Waablctand
and I have 1 ne year ear 7tt yet to play I will willlive willIts 11 11Uv
live Uv op to my obligations His state statemi atat atatOllnt stateinfnt
mi Ollnt nt at Mop Orleans and this W one in indicate indicate ind ¬
dicate d kate tftat t t DaI DeE does not Itnow Itnowwhere 1uIq 1uIqhtr knqwwhere
where htr he b is at at stt or is stretching the tbetruth t1Htirutb thetruth
truth Pa n far f as a 0001 Del to concerned eoDceraedlocal tbe tbelocal tbelocal
local club nsaaagers are at atTb sea seaThe seaThe
The Tb managers mil D have baY net beard from fromTowns fromTown fromTownitni
Townitni Towns DI and it is doubtful if IfHf they theyciirr tIoycir
cir ciirr Hf Th 1he ve e are a few fe men in I baseball baseballuniform bakb1IlnlforD1 baseballtnhrorws
uniform 1 who can e do better twirling twirltagthan twl twlthaa twirlingthan
than Tijwaswnd T and ad do It for th t tJIlon the sane sanemoney sasaqmoney
J money JIlon J Contract lumping is lwele0tM4 lwele0tM4la 1 welcomed welcomedIn
In nom come > cases and aaclit It remains to be bewbetber seen seenwhether seenwheth
whether wheth that holds good podia In Jacks Jack Jaekor ease easeor cueor
or not
The Thenight Mt ol pmea seheds for last Iaatnight lastnight
night for Ute tit Treasury and Census teams teamsIn t tIII teamsIn
In tbe Departmental al I Lea Learn KIM ue series Mrt Mrtoalpoae4 aer1e wa wapostponed wapoatponed
postponed until aUI ptit T fl y nlabt nlabtwhen Dip Dipwhelt ftLhwhen
when they wIUTSe wfU e bowled bowL bowled ou the Palace Palaceftlleja Palace11ozI
ftlleja 11ozI
11ozII I
Peter Duryea Wins w ins With WithOdds WithOdds VithOdds
Odds at 30 to 1 1XJBW 1xaw 121W
XJBW ORLEANS Dee 4On 4OM1aanU couM couMhardly ceaMhardly
1aanU hardly look for good contents at the thermeeeoane taraeeeoane theracecourse
rmeeeoane jwsurdny JtItt Iday with wit three tIUMwIer tIUMwIercraclt threeant 1ft r rent
ant grades of going COI On the extreme extremeeutsMe extNaMof extremeoutside
outside of the track there tMr was hart ltanlCOI hardgoing hartgoing
going COI next to tbe inner rail It was wasd 11 11aM wasdeap
d deap n and M holding to14l while In the center H Hwns Itap I Iwas
was Inmpy and stiff stiffBut atlffBat stiffBut
But one favorite Sweet Altee won wonfor w wfor wonfor
for the talent By the victory of Peter PeterDuryea PeterDuryea PeterDuryea
Duryea at 30 to 1 1 and nd the winning of ofBccrRio ofBalPfo ofcrpto
BccrRio crpto and nd Pierce J at 12 to 1 and ad adto 1 1to 1 1to >
to 1 respectively the books got gotof most mostof t tof
of the publics mosey menevTodays moseyTedes
Todays Entries btriFirst LitriesPiTst EntriesFirst
First race ra raeeTwoyesroIds Twoyearelds Ire and aDdbalf a ahalf ahalf
half fnrkings Shrine Hedge Pnredale Pnredalel Paredale1t6
l 1t6 6 War Cry 108 Shoo boo Fly n IM 1 Brook Brookwa lirookcloD Brookston
cloD wa 115 115Second 115econd 115econd
Second econd race raCeSelllaei Selling seven furlongs furlongsNannie rarkua rarkuaNaul furlongsNannh
Nannie J 1 Sarrer 101 Optlmo 108 108Tern 101Tem 103Tom
Tern Kingsley 106 Kiss XIs Quick Idt Henry of ofPranstamar ofPraaatar ofPranatnisar
Pranstamar Sue Johnson IM Scotch ScotchPlaid Scolck1Iai4 ScotchPlaid
Plaid 1W 10 Brandy BraDd Smash 113 113Third 11JTlalrd 113Third
Third race race611 lx furlongs Chanterelle ChanterelleOptional ClaaaterelleOptloDI ChanterellOptional
Optional K 5 Boundlee Boundl IM 1 Moablna MoablnaKabul ItoabluKba MoabinaKabul
Kabul and Moroni lot each eb Shut UPBeD Up UpBen UpBen
Ben Frost and John Potter 10 In each eachadd eachadd
add 1 Rnseelton M6 M6Fourth 1t6IovtJa 10 10Fourth
Fourth race raceHu4lcapi Handicap six Ix and a half halffurlongs laalttl halffurlongs
furlongs tl Dr Scharff 100 Travers 104 104Jack 104Jack 104Jack
Jack Detnund 10 let Death 114 and The TheFifth TheLa4J TheLady
Lady Ut UtJltftll 131Fifth
Fifth race nee8elltq Selling twoyearolds twoyearoldsfive twoo twooAft
five furlongs Flora Lavy lAT and VestU VuaH
93 each St Vitus and Mathilde 91 9 each enehAndegrr eaeIaADstecn eachAnsleger
Andegrr Arvensis and ad Agnes Mack 11 11each 181da 101ascii
each da and aadWtktns Walking Overton 107 107Sixth 1018bU 107Sixth
Sixth ra rafJeSellln e Selling mile and seventy seventyyards seventyyards t7 t7LeeJtIa
yards Leenja 90 O Mary Moore Bean Beanand BeaDaM Beausad
and Joe Ccllins Celli 97 7 each Ceylon Sara Saragamp SaraRldtt Sar Sargamp
gamp Right Bower and Flaneur Itt Itteach 1Cwit 102each
each SwCrdsman Swbrdsman 10 106 Plop and Prince PrinceBwses PrI PrinceBiases ee eeB
Biases B WI s7 each and Dd II Come lit 111CAPITAL llJCAPITAL litCAPITAL
The Capital Bicycle Club had as its itsguests IUpeata itsguests
guests last night a team of 01 bowlers bowlersa bowtenpick bowlerspicked
pick picked teem tile akC1erb Bank Clerks League fUr fUr8et fora
a set of tenpin games and 114 the home hometeam hometeam
team tea handily won oft Ute full set The TbeBankers TIaeBaDkera TheBankers
Bankers lacked keel team work and their theirbowling theirbowling
bowling bol was inconsistent and unsteady unsteadyTbe unsteadyThe
TIM winners en did not drop below the t MO MOmark 800mark
mark and several good individual totals totalswere totalswe
were we bowled bowledTonnersled bowledTnnereid
Tonnersled Tuaer with tit US 11 average and his hisIM blaMala hisMS
IM ws was high game Bicker 1 ekn eknwltlt was next nextwith nextwith
with 1M average and Ml I next bent et ala alaII
The TheClerk Tb mere mereClerha
Clerk ClerkWalker CIerD TIlleCIerD J 3 J 2 L Total TMaIaW TotalWalker
Walker W Iff ITS ITSBarclar 141 1418uc1 442 442Bstele7
Barclar u 17 17eklenT I 1 111 12 411 411lU 4ThBekieff
Bekieff eklenT tst tstHarrleea lU 1 341 11 o l1II Z
Harrleea lit litCox JU III IIICox 437 437Cox
Cox It < sa > l lhtaIa 187Totals
Totals TotalsWirt 701 701Wlrt 7 1 J2II J2IIWIrt
WIrt WIrtC bewlsd bsw third thirdC rd rdcalc
calc C BL C q L i 2 I LPotIs LPotIsroomer
roomer T ia 174 174m 17 N 42 42Ts
JIIeOIiMIIt m Ts tti ttiBritten 111Brlttea ldt 487 487fttoa
Britten fttoa 1M 1 1B 111 1tI 1tIB 470 470B
B B Bills m XT XTBicker 111 U 148 11 ofl4 474Rkksr
Bicker IM set 1U 50Ii g gTotals
Totals ii fl m fit i I 3 3CQlMM
i Xhe Xb Columbia defeated dCf the Clipper Clipperyesterday CUppenb7 Clippersyesterday
yesterday by the score of 12 12to to 0 It ItotI was wasa wasa
a hotly otI contested game and ad neither side sidescored sidescored Ide Ideseoref
scored la the be first half In the second secondhalf HeOadbalf secondhalf
half Use Columbus went at their rivals rivalsin rlT rlTla rivalsin
in earnest nt and by a series of line linesmashes HDeea4 linesmashes
smashes and end runs made two touch touchdowns oucb oucbdowns ch chcIo ¬
cIo downs and goals goalsThe goalsrh
The rh features of the t game were the theplaying theplaJlDa theplaying
playing of the Cotumbtes hacks and andONeals aa4ON andONeI
ONeals ON awl J Madlgans MalIgn work for the theClippers tMCUppeni theClippers
Clippers CUppeniTbe ClippersTb ClippersTbe
Tbe Tb ltee ueo linevp linevpcolombian up upColumbias
colombian eo Pestttoa Clippers ClippersJ en enJ
J WeltdtJt Welsh R B Martin MartinC
C Kerby ZrbiL R R T Smith SmithStevens IU IU8teYeU
Stevens StevensL R R 6 W Madlgaa MadlgaaJ
J 7 Murphy MurphyCentreJ Centre eeuJ J Wren WrenT WrenT WrenT
T Welsh Wslab1 L Q J Hunt HuntF HutF nuntF
F Murphy MurphyI L 1 T W Burke BurkeWilliams BariteWlUL BurkeWIUIamsI
Williams WlUL U K J Madlgan MadlganOBrien MudlganOBrlenI a aOBrieaL
OBrien OBrieaL U H B C Milady DIad DIadKeefe
Keefe XeefeB R H H B BMeGraw BMeGrawJ McGraw McGrawJ
J 1 Kerby MarWp F B BONeaJ BONeaJC ONeal ONealC
C JIIWpItJQ Murphy 0 B BhatBey Pantsey
Referee BefMr Reter Mr Harper Timekeeper TlaelllaeperMr TlaelllaeperMrDrew llmekeeperMrDrew Mr MrDrew
Drew Unesmen i4nosiseaNrn Messrs Drury and andJones aa4Joe andJones
Jones JonesGRBENE Joe JoeGRBlmJr JonesGRBBUrg
Garrett A A Orson the tenpin pt wisard wisardgars wtaanI18ft wisardgave
gars another exhibition ablblt of his wenderfnl wenderfnlbowling wesdertubowling rl rlu
bowling u en the Palact alleys but JutIe night nightand nigatand
and In nve 1v gnmss es rolled p a grand total totalof totalof
of uai His MI best single was 278 liS which whichIs wllleJtIe whIchIsanewlecallgurs
Is Isanewlecallgurs IsanewlecallgursThe a new DeWTIle local igure igureThe
The scone and strtkmi ettIh n1 n10u8L ar r rGums t tuse
Gums use Maw ntrikea ntrikea1st u1t tzike tzikelit
1t lit T TM 73d
M ITS ITSSd 27 I Iiii
Sd 21 216 1 14th S S4th 84th
4th 210 210TI 21 21lilt a
lilt TI aia aiaI mIo o oTotals
I Totals Io 111 111piKaoinrsL H HI HUJUJOlDrn 347EROMML
The teams t of the Metropolitan lle epO taa Police Policeand IIleeaDd Polleeand
and the District Revolver Association Associationwhich Jaeoelatlonwlalc Associationwhich
which wlalc will 01 engage In a revolver TOI contest contestIn CODttI contestIn
In I the National Guard rifle rid gallery over overthe oyertM overthe
the Seventh Street wing wiD of the Centre CentreMarket Ceat CeatJiIarInK CentreMarket
Market Monday oada night next tor a trophy trophyprise troplayse trophyprise
prise se will 11 comprise comprisePolice eomprlMPollePlnte comprisePolleePirates
Police PollePlnte Plvates J 1 C Buns B J W Mc McCormack McConaack MeCoratack
Cormack J T Kennedy J T 1 Newkirk NewkirkD
D B Langley W H H Buckingham al alternates aIter8at atterastes ¬
ternates ter8at Privates A Mellon C R RSampson JL JLs HSampson
Sampson s G 8 Cotta and Sfrgeant J 1 J JMurphy JMUJphr 1 1Murphy
Murphy MurphyRevolver MUJphrReYolyer MurphyRevolver
Revolver Association AuoclaUoalIajor Major James J JBell B BBell HPetE
Bell PetE Major 0 B Young Capt Alexan Alexander Ale Aleder Alezandee ¬
der Summers hame Lieut William M Farrow FarrowLieut Farro FarroLieut ParrowUeut
Lieut F B Holt Private G B Cook Cookalternates CookIternat CookIlternates
alternates Iternat William Farrow Frro Jr B A AByrnes IB AByrne
Byrne B 8 D Rotramel Fairfax BaIrd BalrdAt BaIrdAt BairdAt
At the conclusion of this match teb there therewill therewill reIII
will III be so a individual contest open to tothe totile tothe
the members of the team te and tbe alter alternates alternatse Iter Iter0D1 ¬
nates Four 0D1 prizes prl will be offered offeredCAJTE offeredC offeredCAfl
CAJTE C LA1TD8 IK CUBA CUBASecretary CUBAIecretaIT CUBAterretury
Secretary Shaw Sba has transmitted to the tbefe tMbfIfW the1uI5
fe bfIfW tfw of Representatives Repattt a statement In Inresponse lato Inreiponse
response to an a inquiry as to tbe par purchase pur puror parchase ¬
chase of land M Cuba c showing that the tbeumber thfof thenumber
umber of acres ae acre of land en the UNaa Island Islandunder Islandunder
under cane ea cultivation eat owned by cltlsens cltlsensof ell eltlssasof I Ior
of different countries count rise i Is as follows followsAmerican followalJmert followsI
I American 11 31041 1 4 British Britlab1 1JM Spanish Spanish49fltli 8paaJlh4o1 SpanIsh46P11t
lJmert 49fltli French MO aDd Cluncve C1n 100 j
Despite OneSided Score the Game Was WaslatateetiHg WatIRt6fe WasIntoreatiug
latateetiHg latateetiHgTbe IRt6fe tiBg tiBgTIM
TIM league basketball sketball game played playedlast P7e4Jut pleyrdIst
last night la Ute Guards Arnory J1JHM in inwhich I Iklek Iswhich
which klek the Ordwsy Ord Rifles RI were defeated defeatedby rttclbr detestedby
by the Corcoran Cadets by the awe aweef leONef seer seerof
ef M to 6 was interesting despite lte the theenesMed UteOHIde4 Usecusided
enesMed score The Ordways 0 put up upa apa upa
a good fight ht and played a strong up uphill upbill f flam
hill game against their more moreriYaIa seasoned seasonedrivals seasunedrivals
rivals rivalsBefore riYaIaBefore rivalsBefore
Before the game the league officials bdiclalsgave officialsgave oaIcIallaY
gave laY notice that unnecessary rough roughplaying JOtIChpJayl roughplaying
playing pJayl would not be 1 tolerated and Dd Dda as asthe asa
a result ft wu He oC the c cleanest of oft1le ofthe
the league series and proved enjoyable enjoyableto
to a large J args crowd of spectators spectatorsHaadlboe spectatorsltaadlboe spectatorsllaadboe
Haadlboe was w tate star tar player of ofthe orthe ofthe
the evening 1 and ad his forward work workwas workwas ork orkrut
was fast aad clever and la gosling pall be beled Deled beled
led all hands tossing eight goals from fromfteld frOIllhid
hid several 1 of them t quite dlttcult dlttcultNash dl42eultNash
Nash N and Chase each landed three threebaskets tltreebuketa threebaskets
baskets basketsTbe buketaTile basketsThe
Tile line up upCorcoran apCOr upCorcorans
Corcoran COr ra Ordways OrdwaysHandlbee Ordwa OrdwaHaacllbMriPt OvdwysHandIbCeright
HaacllbMriPt Handlbee right OeMBarker OeMBarkerdelMcCoraack eM Barker BarkerKah Bar1terNuh
Kah left delMcCoraack delMcCoraackBoyle teM MeCormack MeCormackBoyle XeCor8tackBoy
Boyle Boy center Chase ChaseDowllng CIIaMDowtlne ChaseDowUngleft
Dowllng DowUngleft left back bIIekI backCimmsu backCimmsuLewiaright CnwnTmaa CnwnTmaaLewis
I Lewis Lewiaright right back backDaly backDalyGoals ck Daly DalyGoals DaIJI
Goals from atoM Handlboe S Nash NaahBoy S SBoyle 2Boyle
I Boyle Boy 1 Dowling 1 and Chase S Referee RefereeMr ReferMMr Refer ReferMr
Mr Yod Yoder r umpire Mr Sniff timers timersMessrs t tMe8Sl8 timersMessrs
Messrs Edwards and OConnell 0 Council scorer scorerMr IICOIWMr scorerMr
Winning Team Bawled Itself Into Tie Ttef Tiefor I Ifer
f for r Secoai Place PlaceBy PlaceBy PlaceBy
By winning three straight trat games paneet Ins Insnight lasi lasintgbt
night t from tbe Mechanicals the tbe Us Me Metropolitans MetropoUtau Metropolitans ¬
tropolitans bcwled blwJecf bwlett1semselyes themselves Into a atie atie f ftie
tie for or second jftlace in tile Railway RaUw Re Relief Relief ReHot ¬
lief Association A League Neither team teambowled teambowled teambowled
bowled up to Its standard BtaAdaI and the pin pinfall piaIn pintall
fall was w light lightThe IIploThe lightTb
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to appear and willingly deny the ru rumor ru1 ru1IDOl iiiinor ¬
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Sage will appear at t his ofnce no oftener oftenerthan ofteDert oftenerthan
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not come downtown as often as that His Hishealth Hiabealtb Hishealth
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of great anxiety to Dr Mann his bl phy physician ph phstelaD physician ¬
sician and to Mrs Sage who bo watches watchesover wtc wtcoyer watchesover
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to raise the white wbU flag of surrender surrenderNATURAL surreDderNATURAL surrenderNATURAL
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vs Southern Railway RailwayALEXANDRIA RailvayALBXANDIUA RailwayALHXAXDLA
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ond days hearts beaI1IIk ta the case of William WilliamK Will WillE
K I Crupper vs the Southern SeMlt bera Railway RailwayCompany RnwayCo RailwayCompany
Company Co pan occupied oce uccu Ute attention of the tbecircuit tHcircuit thecircuit
circuit court today with J top > ge C K KXicol ENicol Hlco1
Xicol lco1 presiding prc lIldiac The case comnttaced comnttacedyesterday coaalRetacedye8terday coamencelyesterday
yesterday mor moratng This is N suit alt in inwhich lablcb inwhich
which blcb Mr Crupper CnaP seeks to 0 recover the tbeMr theHm thesum
Hm of 17500 7501 for the loa tC sit fOe fOeMr eyeMr
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Southern Sout eru Railway Rat Companr CoIa ke rerIYedIDjurle receivedinjuries received receivedinjuries
injuries which reunited ted in tc the < > loss Ios of ofthat ethat ofthat
that organ and fptner stat states < > s that it itwas itduf itwag
was due to improver i tools too vhlch were weregiven wftestyen wdregiven
given him to t work with Tn The emit will willprobably willprobabl willprobably
probably be eoncUMed coseadthin thin tlai evonini evoniniJames eTol1lnJmes evunlnJames
James Banks eeiored was w arraigned arraignedbefore arralcDedbefore arraignedbefore
before Mayor Simpson 11 In Jie he police policecou polleeCOU policecow
cou t this morning on the charge c of pro promoting promoUng prometing ¬
meting policy pollc He was w arrested last night nightby nightby
by Policemen Smith SisithNlcholon Nicholson and Lyle LylesIncriminating 4 LyleIncriminating
Incriminating evidence was obtained by
the officers and when w Banks was 11 usher ushered ahered ushered ¬
ed Into tbe dock this morning be pleaded pleadedguilty pleadedfrunty pleadedguilty
guilty The flne a imposed was w wWilli Bo BoWilliam IIWilliam
William Willi Rich William WIDI H Thompson ThompsonJames TbompeoaJame ThompsonJames
James Scott Seott Howry He ry Brown Washington WashingtonRich WI1I WashingtonRich on onRlcb
Rich and Moses Ltttan all colored were werecharged werecharged ere erecharsecl
charged with peUcy playing plJ1 in connec connection cODDectlOD connection ¬
tion with the snme which Banks was wasconvicted 1f 1fconYicted wanconvicted
convicted of promoting and a fine of ofS ofImpoMd
S was imposed In 1 sack case
The members mem of the Hydraultan Klre KlreEngine n nEDchae Ph PhEngine
Engine Company are e making kl arrange arrangements allDceDIeDt arrangeinents ¬
ments DIeDt for giving st their annual Dual banquet banqueton baac uetoa
on New Ne Year night A committee cott has hasbeen ItaaheeD baabeen
been appointed appolDt with wit Mr Boats > as chair chairman ehairmaa chairalan ¬
man The banquet will 11 be spread in the tbecompanys tltfcoaaPllY thecompanys >
companys hones houesPatrick h hPatrick honesPmtrick
Patrick H Lamnktns one of the t e best bestknown beetcolored bestknown
known colored pottle school Iaool teachers In Intbe Intbt Inthe
the city and andLney Dd1 Loey Anna Webb the tbeadopted tIaeadopted theadopted
adopted daughter d8u UJr nf Lucy Cooper were weremarried wenmrrled weremarried
married at 7M 7 0elock last night in inRoberts laRobert InHelmets
Roberts Chapel M B Church colored coloredA
A large crowd crow4II Including assay white whitepeople wlaltfpeople whitepeople
people was wasAmong waaAJDOIIC presest presestAmong
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tended the reeentfcM r given Tell at t the New NewWillard NewWill NewWillard
Willard Will Hotel Hotea Washington last night nightby sightby apt aptby
by the lb International sanitary tary conference conferenceof fereJaN fereJaNof
of the t American Amen Republics ItUca was Dr M MW IIW MW
W OBrien Of thw city elt eltID cityIn i iIn
In the circuit cenrt t yesterday after afternoon afterDOOa afternoon ¬
noon a decree was entered eateredtlae conarmlng conarmlngtbe tansirmiugthe
the sale Ie of certaIn Hag Street property
In the case of Balsa TS Betts BettsKIDS BettaKIDS BeRnKIDS
Slight Mistake Which J ch Stirred Up New HewYsrk NewYerk NewYrk
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Sew York l un World WorldAn 1rarWAn Wor14An
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Have six bnt tUI ujf lads kM What t1aaIt shall we wedo wedo wedo
do with em em1 M f PN p want emr emrTbe e eThe em emThe
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studied stadt the dk 4t sad tried to read readbetween rat readbetween
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gloves of urns rtek sedety Mdet woman womanrlrh arlrh womanrich
rlrh society BOCtet woman is I a favorite ex exprep expre cxpreeon
prep pre preeon on at t headquarters IL The gloves glovesare glovesare 10 10ar
are ar probably the clue to a crime The Thewoman Theomau Thewoman
woman omau baa been bee murdered or mayhap mayhapshe 1Ita71tapbe mayhapabs
she be sought the wilds of Staten Island to totake totake totake
take her life lifeBack IIf IIfBack lifeBack
Back froM headquarters rtera flashed the thequestions tJaequeattoaa thequestions
questions questionsWhere questionsWhere
Where dM yon lad the be kids What Whatcolor Wbatcolor Whatcolor
color are they lite Is there anything in inthem IDtbem Inthem
them that points to their owner ownerProm ODerFrom ownerFrom
From States Island came this UII lllumi llluminjMng lIIumluOlnc 111usdnalng
njMng reply replyTbe replyThe replyTb
The Tb six x owners are la I Ute station stationhouse stationhoust ulloaboUt
house offering bonds for tbe kids kl good goodbehalor IOOdbeba goodbalsaIcr
behalor beba Ior for a year Two of em are areblack areblack re reblaek
black blaek two tw white and two black and andwhite aadwltltethat andwhitethat
white wltltethat that te 1 the kids kid We run em In Infor IDfor infor
for eating tIq golf balls halJa rubber plants and andother andother nd
other 01 favorite flowers 10 What shall hall we wedo wedo wedo
do with ear emrThe earThe r rThe
The pollee telegraph wire to Staten StatenIsland StatenIlaad StatenIsland
Island had to be repaired repalr d The final re reply repiT reply ¬
ply from headquarters burned aroed it up upIrfOKKEYS uprOKKltYS upMONKEYS
Laodoa LanionAn Ornatcta OrnatctaAn aaideAn
An explanation of tbe origin or stories storieswhich storieswhich torl torlwJalcb
which attribute to monkeys moDke tbe power of ofthrowing oftbrowlDC ofthrowing
throwing stone to may m be found in the ac account c ccooat ccount ¬
count of their habit given by traired trairedand tralredaad traicedand
and competent observers Sir James JamesBrooke JameBrooke JamesBrooke
Brooke says II with reference to the theorangs the0C1UIP theuranga
orangs that he never observed tbe tbeslightest tbeehteat theslightest
slightest ehteat attempt at defense and Dd that thattbe thttbe thatthe
tbe wood which ometimes rattled above abovehis abovebl abovehis
his bl ears was broken by their weight weightand welptnot weightand
and not thrown throw as some persons perao repre represent repreMalo represent ¬
sent Mr Wallace also talking of the theorang theoraDII theorang
orang declares decl that be has seen him himthrow JalaUro1f himtLrow
throw down branches when bea pursued IOU IOUI It ItIs ItIs
Is I true be does not throw them at t a aperson apenoa aperson
person but casts caat them down vertically verticallyfor TertlAJI TertlAJIfor vertljsllyfor
for It is evident that a bough cannot be bethrown betluowa bethrown
thrown to any distance from the top of a alofty alofty alofty
lofty tree In one case 1 1 female miss miason IDI IDIon misson
on a durian tree kept up for at least leastten JeutfD leasten
ten fD en minutes a continuous shower of ofjbraacbes ofjlwaDcbee ofgbranches
jbraacbes and ad of the heavy MY splnttd fruits fruitsas lralt lraltI fruitsa
as a large I as 3J DpoaDdera pounders which blcb most ef effectually effectualiT cifectually ¬
fectually kept us clear of the tree she shewas altewu shewas
was on She could be seen breaking breakingthem breakl breaklthe breakIngthem
them the off and throwing thro them down with withevery withevery Ith Ithefe17
every appearance of rage uttering at in intervals IDtenal Intervali ¬
tervals a loud pumping grunt and evi evidently nldeattr cvideafly ¬
deafly meaning me mischief mischiefA
Londsn R Sews SewsThe NewsThe
The truth about beMat those dressmaking dressmakingdisputes elreumaldDG4pute dressmakingdlsutes
disputes dlsutes which whlc form such a large volume volumeof volumeof
of county count court business has been diR discovered dl dlcovered diRcovered ¬
covered at last by b the able hle judge of the thecity Uieclt thecity
city clt of London court Judge Luml Lumley LumleySmith LuinleySmith y ySmith
Smith said aaI recently recenU that be had long longsince longIace longsine
since sine Iace come to the conclusion that with withordinary withordl withordinary
ordinary ordl dresses any aD lady Id could wear er a adress adretllt adress
dress to make It look as If it did not notflt aotIt notfit
fit He was also 0 perfectly satisfied satisfiedthat satltlletlthat aatisfledthat
that any milliner or dressmaker could couldpull couldp1t couldpull
pull It about and make It fit when it did didnot dhlDot didnot
not do so Therefore It was no use try trying tryI trylag ¬
lag I on dresses in his b court With re regard repnt regard ¬
gard to the question of tit tbe Judge said saidhe aaldbe saidbe
be always Iw drew dre a distinction between betweenWest bet betweenWest HD HDW
West W End fit and others oUie because mom mommoney monte moremoney
money e was paid in the West End and andtbe andthe 4 4tbe
tbe customer could cou have bar more time de devoted cJeYGted dovoted ¬
voted to an aelaborte elaborate fit fltLOCAL ItLOCAL fitLOCAL
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Marriage Marria e of Bethesda Couple a Sur Surprise Surpri Surprise ¬
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ROCKVILLB Md Cl Dec 4 4Joka Jeba P PKeiser PK PKetoer
Keiser K sue of Mr and Mrs Cyrus Cyr Kais Kaiser K81 K81er Keiscc ¬
er and Ida May B BeaD aa Daughter da of Mr Mrand Kraod Mrsad
and Ira Amos A Bean both of Betheeda Betheedathis Detke Dethodathis cI cIUtbl
this county C were w married rrted at this place placelast placeI placelast
last I night at 7 oclock by the Rv RvThomas JWTCaaapbttn RevPlscisas
Thomas Campbell pastor of tb tIM nap Baptist Ba Baut naptilt ¬
tilt Church ChurchTh CItrcltTH ChurchTI
Th TH TI marriage rrlap of Mr r Kelsor Ke and Miss MissBean MissIlean Iu IuDean
Bean is a a surprise rpri to their friends and andrelatives sadrelattves ad adrelattT
relatives relattT at Bethesda and la I Washing Washington WU Washington lug lugloll ¬
ton The couple were ere accompanied by byLillian byLillian byLillian
Lillian May Kaiser Jell sister ter of the groom groomand IIHIIIaD4 groomand
and Clifford H Robertson of this thisplace tiliaplace thisplace
place placeYesterday placeYesterday placeYesterday
Yesterday afternoon about S oclock oclockMr oclock oclockJill oclockMr
Mr Robertson after procuring the mar marriage marrlap marriage ¬
riage license for the couple and making makingthe aaktagthe makingthe
the arrangements a with the Rev Mr MrCampbell McCampbell 1 1Campbell
Campbell left Here Jter la I a closed carriage carriagefor carrlqefor criuge criugefor
for the grooms froom borne where be IHtjoIue4 was usjoined wasJoined
Joined by b Mr Keiser and JIb sister TIle Tbeparty TIlepart Theparty
party part then drove to the home of Ute tbebride Utebride taabride
bride whence they t came to this puce puceAfter pgcAfter placeAfter
After the marriage they returned to toBeth toBetheaMJa toMr
Beth BethMr BetheaMJa BetheaMJaMr
Mr and Mrs Keiser will in make k their theirhome theirome theirhome
home ome on the Briton estate tate near Beth Bethesda BeUtHE Bethcads
cads esdaHE cadsHE
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Like all wars n the difficulty with tJa Spain Spaindeveloped pladeyeloptid Spatsdeveloped
developed a crop of warriors like Bret BretHartes BretHarte BeetHartes
Hartes Harte man who was with Grant They Theyare Theyare Theyare
are yet returning returDl from Cuba Ca Porto Rico Ricoand RicoucI Ricoand
and the Philippines PhilippinesA
A consequential small negro stepped steppedinto steppedinto
into a drug store on Chestnut Street to tobuy tebuy tobuy
buy something aaethlD < they did not keep and andhaving aDdbayl andhaving
having bayl been made to understand that thatfact ttfact thatfact
fact after fter considerable troable be re remarked remarked vsmarked ¬
marked to tbe man JIi who waited lted on aim 111 111I himI aimI
I see dars clar a gentleman Jest come comehynr COMet1aJW cooskyar
hynr to stnbltsh Wh a class el a teach Span Spanish Spanlab ¬
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Well what places did you visit visitI Y
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you go there thereYou tlterer tltererYou thereToni
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serxent nt camp aaap den an I was sent wid widck a asnatch aspatch
snatch ck to de ginral I members dat datplace datplDee Satplace
place mighty 1c1at7 well wellDM wenDId wellDid
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dar Dars Dar a nice Iee spring ap 1R right la I de deoberskurts deobentlnlrta Seoberskvrts
oberskurts ob de town an I tell ye we weenjoyed weea weenjoyed
enjoyed ea drtnktn dat watab Dats a alee aleeplace Diceplace alesplace
place placeYou
You learned to speak k Spanish Spa right rightalong rightalong t
along did you youLawsamassy 7QULa youLawaannasy
Lawsamassy La Mister X I learned Sear te tespeak tepeak tospeak
speak Spanish des as well as de nativi nativities sativities tIYI tIYIlee ¬
ties an dey 4e all n said so a Spanish Mat aAatlaud ne nehard sobard
hard tangwlg All yer got tar do 410make te for formake er ermake
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langwlg lanew as yer r can an youve get It ItThen Ilo IloThea ItThen
Then the man behind Ute counter who whospeaks whospeaks ho hopeak
speaks peak Spanish pretty well addressed addressedhim 8dcIreuedhim addresehim
him in I language which hlcb being bel interpre interpreted IlIterprete4 lnterpreted ¬
ted te4 expresses e r the thought You are re reIodowa a alowdown alowdown
lowdown contemptible coatelDl t1ble worthless wortla per perYes pttraoa person
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boss boa Wbarn de worl or did you learn learnSpanish Ie IeBpaalah losesSpanish
Spanish Yes Ye ala Dats IMt de traIn what whatyou whatJOU whatyou
you says But Ise Is got ter go to de dePosofflce dePosolBee 4 4Posomce
Posofflce right erway and thus speak speaking speakIq speaklug ¬
lug the learned It > amed traveler and linguist de departed departtd 4 4parted ¬
parted partedWhat parttdIIs partedi
IIs i InlpUre 6100do 6100doWhat oa oaeWbat
eWbat What is it asks the mother as she shenotice shenotices shenodces
notice the smooth mk skin of her child childmarred childmarred childmarred
marred by a red or pimply eruption It Itis Iti Itis
is i impure blood and the child needs at
once T Tthe to berin berinthe bezinthe
the use of L LPierces Dr DrPierces rhPierces
Pierces Golden GoldenMedical GoldenlIedical GoldenMedical
Medical Discov Discovery Dicovcry Discoycry ¬
cry the best and andsurest Ill1dsurest andsurest
surest remedy
for impur implry y of ofthe orthe oftile
the blood It Itentirely Itentirel Itentirely
entirely entirel eradi eradicates erJdicates eradicates ¬
cates the poison polsonawhich poisons poisonswhich
which corrupt corruptthe corruptthe
the blood and andcause aridcause andcause
cause disease It Itcures Itcures Itcures
cures scrofula scrofulaboils scrofuJaboils scrofulaboils
boils pimples pimpleseczema pimpleseczema pimpleseczema
eczema salt saltrheum saltrileum It Itrheum
rheum and other othereruptive othereru othereruptive
eruptive eru ive diseases diseaseswhich diseueswhIch diseaseswhich
which are the di direct direct direct ¬
rect result of itn itnpure impure <
pure blood It Itenriches Itenriclu Itenriches
enriches enriclu as well
f as purifies the theblood theblood theblood
blood bloodDr bloodDt
0 Dr Pierces Pie c t medicine ban not only bate besemy
Au fftil mc rnatll greatly but it has done woDden wotk for forlilY flumy
my two nous IIIOU writes writaln Mrs M Hartrick of
messier Osweco Cv c C X No Y Both had KcroM
I have tort two daughters in in lea Ies than AYe yenr yenrwith years yearswith r
with consumtrtioa c atd wrofuU
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was taken two or th thce e year ago 10 with bmtor bmtorrhage cwr ruor ruorrhage
rhage r from th the It
lungs troubled him IIh fSt ever evera 8ft1year
a year H He took fir Dv iSerces lienc Golden Midkal ic
Discovery and ad has not had a hentorrnue h bemoth in inl
= over a year My l yow dDt youucr cr son had scrpfiotts scrodnneires scrpfiottsAccept
ires on his neck had tvo lanced but t has nut
had aD soy ce he coDND4 to tau your mad
icbte icbteAccept
Accept no substitute fWCokUa for Golciea Goli Med ¬
ical Discovery There is nothing just justas juntas t tas
as good for diseases d of the tb stomach
blood and lungs lungsA
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The f funeral of Jutta Julius H Miller Jr Jrtook Jrtook I
took place p this morning at U oclock oclockServfeeg oeIeeJLSIMft VdeekServlbss
Servfeeg I were we MId at Oak Bill Chapel ChapelRev lspetli l
Rev li + Dr Frederick B Howdeu B pastor pastoref
ef St Jehus Jolla episcopal Church oAclat oAclating o38elatlag lat latIa5
lag Tile interment 1 was mcd made at Oak Hill HillCemetery HillTIte HillCumMai
Cemetery CumMai The pallbearers were Warden WardenParrts War WardenParris en enParria
Parrts Winter Graves Ora Norman Cases Castaway CaMar Casesway ¬
way r Robert Conned Harry Williams WBIInmsand WUI WUIaM Williamssd
and John Howard HowardDoe Ho HoD HowardDeocued
Doe D Deocued oeMd sos ed waa the oldest son of J 1 Bite HlteMiller BiteMill HiteMiller
Miller Mill of Zm EIghteenth Street t north northwest l1orth8M northwmi ¬
west 8M Death was due 4 to appendicitis appendicitisafter appeadkltisafter clUs clUsaf
after af an illness U of about three ueeTIM wseks weEsThe wseksThe
The Rev Cornelia C Ctor Coiemin pas pastor p ptot ¬
tor of the West Washington W Baptist BaptistChurch BapdBtC BiptiatChurch
Church C vc the tI Rev George X Pruitt Pruittformer PruIttlor Prulitformer
former lor pastor ef f the church e web J Phillips Phillipsand PIaIUtpaand Phillipsand
and A M Soper members aea of the con congr congragatlon
gr JPepthNI 9ttton Ute Rev James L L Ledge Ledgepastor Lodptor Lodgepastor
pastor tor ef Ute Columbia Cela abla Baptist Bapt Chard ChardThomas CINrclTItou srcL srcLThossas
Thomas W Binstend and W D Hall Hallhave BallIt Hallhave
have It been elected to represent t their tMIrapeetIYe re respective ivspectivo ¬
spective churches ellve en the beard rcI of the theColumbia tileCot tb tbColumbia
Columbia Cot Baptist Assedntten MIT of the theDistrict t tDhKrlclo theDistrict
District DistrictCompany DhKrlcloTIM DistrictTb
TIM Tb nit of U teaIIo L ssao Drr Dr Geete GeeteCoJaIPU7 GoodeCompany
Company against Chacenns ft Ctmcmme Ctmcmmeconfectioners CItIeoaaec Clonseconfectioners
confectioners c of M Street Georgetown Georgetownwhich 0e0rIet0 0e0rIet0whlek Georgetownwhkh
which was to have aft come ome no for trial trialyesterday trialyeaterday trialyesterday
yesterday before Justice of I the Peace PeaceH PeaceH ee eeH
H B Paine baa been dtsniis dlaipl at t the therequest tkreqaNt therequest
request of the complainant company
attorney Daniel W O Donoghue Dt Mchue The Thesuit Theftlt ThesuIt
suit was for 200 damages damagesThe damagesTh
The Th Cftftens Northwest cuburb ubur uburhon n A Awnplation t thJItlon ssociation
wnplation will 111 bold itg regvtlar mroiij mroiijtomorrow ffifPt zncrt1tomorrow a atomorrow
tomorrow evening IDI at Masonic fl 1 iM CD CDWisconsin C CISCODSID cnWisconsin
Wisconsin ISCODSID Avenue > wiili 11 II f r ralidut ralidutCbarles reiIntCharles < il < vt > t tCharles
Charles C Lancaster in tb the < > < hiir hiirHopewell h r rHopewell
Hopewell H Darncilltr Assessor ofOo of tfie tfieDistrict h hDistrict e eDistrict
District and other rentlcmtm < 01 oi prou prounence pr proit proitnence < H HDenee
nence will attend attendA
A bazaar was held at GMbrooko M f E EChurch EChurlb FChurch
Church Trnleytown last nsght fr f the thebenefit be bebeatftt bebenefit
benefit of he h church Thp fair will willcontinued II I Ieontlnued Icontinued
continued tonight and fomllrC omorcv iiith iiithTonight l b bTonight bt btTonight
Tonight at Holy Trinity TrloI Chap1 bapf hapetStreet 01 01Street < > n > J JStreet
Street between tlleen Thirtyfifth and T T1 T1Ixtb Tsixth > vy vyslztb
sixth Ixtb Streets Dr Jekyl J ky anl Mr Hy Hywill 1Iyd 1Iydwill Ilytwill
will be presented pre e4 for the th t heDI > nei of ofSt o oSt eSt > >
St Peter Claboe Ishoc Society oclty rf the theTomorrow liirv liirvTomorrow lI1 lI1Tomorrow
Tomorrow evening a corner AT 11 e egiven eKITeD cgiven
given for ta t te benefit s ftt of h sam or orCARRIAGES orCARRIAGES r rCARRIAGES
In a collision between tYeen two lw carriarrs arria h nt ntthe t ttbe tthe
the corner rner of M aDd Eighteenth Sirrrg Sirrrgnorthwest Sir I a anorthwest
northwest last la night Joseph Richar Richarsons Riha1TeJalele RI hir hirson
sons son vehicle was as demolished demo hed Mr r R tUb HkhanIaoa tUbardeon < < u uardaon
ardaon claims that the accident af < etlt was wa tbe tberesult treresult bE bEIt
result It of carelessnewi caNle on the rar rartbe part partthe a atJae >
the driver ot vt tbe other vehicle vebie Ih IhThird fbTIdFd LbThird
Third precinct ct police are invest Innllill Innllillthe InVSTigiiIg InVSTigiiIgthe i5ifij i5ifijtbe
the affair
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Leaders Since Sin e 1867 1867Tomorrow 1867Friday 1867I
I Friday Specials Specialsi Specials i l I f fI
I + Tomorrow will be the last Friday of Specials until untilafter untilafter untilafter
1 after the holiday rush is over But they are so import important important ¬ t tant
ant that they clamor for immediate consideration onsiderationand and andtheyM
theyM theyHet get k twitlt with prices that will make short work of ofthem
I them themMens I t tiViens
Mens Suits and Overcoats OvercoatsA
A pattern of this 1 lot ot a size or two of that lot Ioti in n fact factthe factt +
t the ones twos and threes of the fastest selling lines of Suits Suitsand Suitsand Suitsand
I and Overcoats OVefcoatsin in all about 100 garments gmnentzdivid armentsdivided divided up un ui into intotwo intotwo intotwo 1
two assortments assortmentsIn
t In Lot 1 ISuits Suits and Overcoats at S975 S975In 975 975t t
t In Lot 2 2Suit Suits and Overcoats at 1450 1450The 1450t 145OThe
t The tickets are off oftbut but the guarantee is on onand and they theyare theyare theyare
are actually worth from a third to a half more rnoi than the Friday Fridayprices FridayI Fridayprices
prices Not Nall3izesofanyotempIeasebea1thatinmind Nall3izesofanyotempIeasebea1thatinmindt all snes s of any of IempJease them please bear bearthat that in mind mindIS
t IS 111 pairs v of Hens lea M flj Separate 5ps Striped SUI Worsted lens Trovpanrs f b f I t
isesa cut I a be latest style perfect IWDc abest 3 j 9 5
i a panrs psWorthvptof35apshfer worth WOCtJIup up tefS t4 fi a pair far farBoys 4ItsJ + +
t IBoys t
I Boys Clothing Specials SpecialsJust ti tit >
t Just 28 Boys Bo Double Breasted BreNt and Norfolk Short hat Suits In
Plain Blue and Black and Fancy Mixtures cancot can ot be beU all allsties yp
sties you know kno where Iaere there are but 2i 01 them Re 1 75 f t 4 4dihcedfromtiOandL51to
i dueed dihcedfromtiOandL51to from ttM 1 I and Lit to toBoys 1
t Boys Do Plain Blue B and Oxford Gray Gra Reefers Double DoubleBreasted Doab1 j p +
I = Breasted t with velvet y = = = collar scattering sizes from 3 to 8 8years l 1 45 f 4 4yearn
years Regular Regular2Slgradi 250 grade gradeBroken 47sTij 47sTijBroken < t
f Broken lot of Boys Overcoats 0ftIc sizes running from 4 4roung I l 4
to 15 78 years Odonl Gra Gray cut lung aDd h lined with Ith 2 f 2 f 5 4 4Italian
1 Italian cloth velvet collars Worth 38 J 0 0f J JYoung
f Young Mews leu Black madt BIae Thibet and Btae lila Cheviot Single SingleBreasted 4 p r n nI +
f I Breasted = Sack Cults military b eat t and Oxford Gray 6 h 9 I J 4 4OvertostsbrokeasisesOgradepiIeJJ
OvertostsbrokeasisesOgradepiIeJJ Overcoats broken staves grade gradeBoys t 4 4I
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t = Boys = regular Me = Large winu Windsor flea Paste sail Fancy J9c iAr I Iodda 4 4Boys
t odda odd and end cads of popular lets letsBroken i
t t I 4 4Broken
Broken let ot Boa Heeceitaed Unstenharta u there are 9C 9Cno i iBO 5C
+ BO Drawers en to match regular iSo grace graceBroken i7 i7t
i t i 4 4Broken
Broken Lots of Smoking Jackets Jacketst
t Twelve Tricot Jackets Sine Tan Garnet Brown and tp g r i iNine t
t 4 Green silk I bound and faced alma 3 34 and 3 only I 3 j 2 J 4
I t worthIS worthISNine J
Nine Jackets Tricot Velvet and Bedford Cord the tfceMens p jj
Trteota4 Tricot and Velvet are satinlined UaIiDed bound and trimmed trllDJlKOdwortJa 5 75 j 4 4WorthfrossrSlto10
wortJa WorthfrossrSlto10 WorthfrossrSlto10Mens IroIa it to 1 1Mens
Mens Furnishing Specials SpecialsBroken
Broken tot of Heavyweight Balbriggaa Shirts all sIne 44 Ok i f P Pand 4 4sad
cE and there are no Drawers to match them t Regular Me grate gr 25C I I I i iBro
Special Lt LtBroken p pBroken
Broken lot of the Tic Wool Fleeced Underwear both O > rw rwl I 4 4Shirts
= Shirts and Drawers of thin but la odd and ends sines Spa 39L tL tLcial 4I 4Iclal
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Mess la fancy Percale ru Shirts trta with platted bessss broken brokensiaes bea 48C
siaes ah of regular Si 1 value good 1ID04u patterns Special SpecialFancy TkJ TkJFancy
t + Fancy Merino and Weal Half Hose lies regular 2k e and S5c S5cLast p 4
4 broksnSpeeia1 broksnSpeeia1Lmat grade = explains = what they ess brekea alms 8JNICIaI15C explains the 15C 15ClOC k1
Last few palm of lot ef Paney Web Suspenders Suspendersent Ssj S wit wftk pat pateat p lOC I 1 1eat +
eat castoff cut and strong ends worth wert e a pair Bncclal 1tecIalMens eciai I V VMens tJ tJMens
Mens and Boys Hat Specials SpecialsTomorrow SpecialsTomorrow SpecialsTomorrow
Tomorrow and Saturday will ill be last two days of this greatopt greatoptsale grcsttC re81Nt re81Ntsale
C sale of Mens Soft Hats and Drrbys Eerlws that w we Ve everhdt ever bekl The Themakers ThtI 4 4C 4luakers
C makers of these tb Hats do not mk a Hat Ha t ti > dj 4i for leas than tllOl1nor i inor = J Jnor
nor for higher than 2 2 2iO 0 These two grades de are their specialties specialtiesand npeeialtieand 1
and they are not matched mat u l in the trade t This let letwe Ictwe 1 1we
I we haST hat embraces all their samples and their A Asurplns g gsurplnsstockineludesofconzeeallthetnpk t
surplus surplnsstockineludesofconzeeallthetnpk stock ineludea DeJ of eoune afl the staple stapleand ItapleancI 1 0 1II 1IIand 0 +
and extreme extnYMapeL ahapea thaji Thaf the ehoiec were were of offering f ffering ¬ U U
fering fermgyouat fermgyouatSpecials yon at atSpecials atII
Specials in in Shoes ShoesLadles i iIAdl
II Ladles IAdl Black Vlcl Kid Velour and Box Calf Button Buttonand ttoa r °
and Lace Shoes medium weight soles eol kM nnd d patent patentleather patcnttJetber patentleather 1 45 +
leather tips worth 150 ft50 a pair Scattering sites Special SpecialMena lpeelalMea P PMens
Mena Mea Black Vial Kid Box Calf and Patent Leather tIaet f f 4 4Lace
Lace Shoes heavy heu single sol soles s BUldog and Opera Operashapes Op 0 pars era 1 8J 4 4t
t shapes pa es worth I X a pair Broken B1o1L sises Special SpecialMisses SpostalP tal talT C a f
T Misses > and Children C Button Butto and Lace L Shoes with wtthPennsylvania g j
C d4 aM pateat leather Ups solid ask anise weeti 161 a 1 00 I H 4 4pair
pair Seattetlag sizes Spsclal sI I sVJ 4
I Saks and Company CompanyPennsylvania n I 4 4Saks
Pennsylvania Avenue and Seventh ev6nth Street Street4t
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