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Elglitn Sireei, wiimingion, un & ma •• 1 Russet Dressing for Colored Shoes. IRON STAND AND ■ Everything in the Line of , Leather and Shoe Findings 3 LASTS ft* FOR 39 CENTS Short anil Pithy Pointers From the Turf. ! | BRIEF TOPICS OF THE MY. A Resume of the Latest Doings in Athleties, Indoor and Field Sports That are Legit I mate. ] of - TURF TALK. the Following arc the entries and selec turns for to-day's races at Iron Hill: Tampa, 110; Prairie Flower, Belle Fow | ePi Startling, Bessie Browning, Pontlear, ing b ) 7 eac |,. Monroe Doctrine, 104; Boss #5 j Lewis, 101. Second Knee— 1 mile. Milwaukee, continues,^S^ure^mS'oSuZ; | Gould, ios each. Meadows, 115 each; Chiswick, Sherlock, ; f e 110 each; Harry C., 10!); Frank T. (for-i an( nierly Heck, .lr.), 10*; Censor, Parthian, j KC 107 each; Foundling, 105; Iliddenite, 100. nl l ourtli Race 0 furlongs, l'erocious, I to Median, Third Ran—41 furlongs. iston, Mr. Waverly, Miu Koebttck, Bn notonka, Nellie S., Windgale, Cozcttc, Buccaneer, Torresdnle, 112 each. Fifth Ran—11 furlongs. Artillery, ' Black Hawk, 112 each; Frances M., Sis I ' ter Myra, Flttellen, Farragut.Congo Dick, 100 each; Cake Walk, Conspirator, Edna I)., 104 each. a I8 up Selections for To-day. First'Race—Oracle, Monroe Doctrine, Sterling, Ssecond Race—Gold Dollar, Finn water, Thurless. Third Race—Medica,Sherlock,Frank T. Fourth Race—Buccaneer, Nellie S, ; Cozcttc. Fifth Race—Francis M, Sister Myra, Congo Dick. Paddock Points. To-day looks like a favorite one and they will no doubt w in tlie majority of tlie races. | San Francisco, Nov. 17.—Bob Isom, ! the well-known lightweight colored ' jockey, is dead in this city. The colored boy came here with Colonel J. P. Chinn and was very successful from his advent on the Pacific coast. In his best days Isom was one of the most vigorous light weight riders in the country. The best horse Isom repeatedly rode was Lissak, I the crack Kentucky colt, with whom j Colonel Chinn swept the board a few a x years ago. Tlie stables at the Ivy City track, near Washington, caught fire late last niglit. There were a number of horses quar 1 tered there, among them being Old Sau : gus, and tho rest < irav. There f the string of .I. O. no serious damage Charles Pettimdll will start the liorses vas done. i at Baltimore, so it is said. , W. J. Thompson, the president of tilt racetrack, was at the ' , er (lloucester, X. •!., horse show last night, was garbed as usual very democratically rdinary business suit and a pair of tan shoes. He looked •ealth displayed in dress in the boxes, and the swells looked buck at Thcv little knew that ll.ev were who owns ..St the 0 Mr. Thompson with a fall overcoat, an 5 : »ver the him. gazing upon a mu entire city i •ester, about four of tlh miles of frontage on the Delaware river, if acres of . some lead mines, thousands farming land in the West, sailing vessels and a bank. a line of leri'V boats, some A surgical operation will be performed mi Juckev joe Hill, who was hurt re centlv a.'the Luhmia meeting, in tb e hope' Of saving his life. A consultation j has been held by the attending physi-1 cams, Pi's. Langduii, Bird and Karens, with the result that the operation was i , * decided upon. Hill hits physically re-, covered from his fearful fall and is able to eat and talk, but his right side is partial lv paralyzed and Ids talk is rumbling, The piiysieians attribute tlie trouble to j tn the pressure of a broken bone "! l , hl>1 ' brain, and the o|>eratinn ot trephining • Will be resulted to to relieve this pres- j It isn.it lielieved that serious ! i< sure. results will follow, but that tno popular. lie restored to his right I I — ! jockey will soon mind and health. h,, t " "!' a West is the lion. Mike holly. Ob, weil. j J V. T„ I guess that will hold you for j awhile. You had better pay attention to The Ilaiiiield lias returned from Sex tips ill future. Harry Washington with several good Inns.% i ! u-een .nw.ve on liitu i ..s:i...-*r!ar , . wii.l if lit* h»uk : could only keep Ins l> >■ "< « ' , Ambrosia joint they might liau, won tl. • j game from the Newark 1,„ s (lil N ° liry g'a'lbf track tsgu ., lg (ip011i as he is tired of i I com. Never niiiul Jim, you have hoiiic 1 thing to far back should the truck I 11 * ti , i c osi tux }eat. i In the race for the Gadby 1'late, at tlie i last day's racing o! tlie Leicester Novetn -1 1 her meeting "Tod" Sloan rode Mr. Mur- H n .1 ray Grifiiths' tbree-ycar-old bay cult un I Orestes, but the latter was unplaced. | w ■ 1 FOOT BALL. Girard College students liave been for-1 bidden to play foot hall. President Pet-! terolfof that institution announced that i owing to the breaking of one of the | boys'legs during an exciting game last j Saturday he had decided to prohibit the j students playing. This action has!"* caused much disappointment among the students. of : ing ! The demand for tickets for the Yale-1 Un Princeton game exceeds the supply. ! wl11 Captain Cabot, of Harvard, is on crutches, and will not play in the game against Pennsylvania. The New Haven public is much ex cited over the sale of seats for the Yale Princeton game. Out of i 5 , 5 oo seats in grand stands the Yale management only had (HO to put on sale for the gen public yesterday. They were grabbed « P in a few minutes. The spec ulators have now appeared and are offer scats for $5, which means a bonus of | for each seat. The yale management j 0 j been unable to even supply the de- j on mand of Yale undergraduates and Yale van. graduates. from the The stripping of the 'Varsity foot hall men of Harvard has aroused much adverse criticism, ft is ; t the coaches have exceeded their duty j bave treated the team likealotof hoolhoys. | ( , p. lss ;. ( i by the Athletic Committee in no which empowered tlie committee strip the letter from the sweaters of those men who had not played in a championship game. It is felt that the present action of the coaches is high handed and will demoralize the team at IF The coaches acted under a 7th. time when it should lie in the liest of spirits to meet the Quakers. Tlie University of Pennsylvania eleven and substitutes left Tuesday for tlio Del- j opt aware Water Gap, where they w ill re- ( main until just before the Harvard game, j The unsatisfactory state of affairs at c Cat.ibridgc is creating the belief that the Quakers w ill win 'quite handily. A new ! trick that may create considerable talk if successfully carried out will be tried by Pennsylvania. It is on the "guards i , . back" principle, but the real play made by the quarter and full backs It said to be most sensational, and has completely puzzled the "scrubs. . ; strong point lies in the inability of op-. 1 posing players to locate the ball. I his Its l There will be a warm time at Union j street grounds this afternoon, when the Wilmington High School and the Roman Catholic High School of Philadelphia line up. Speaking of coacliers brings to mind comment that lias been freely circti latcd among foot ball men relative to the one merits of George Woodruff, tlie Pennsyl vunia coach. It is stated that Woodruff | conies very near being the best coach in the country. He is an ex-Yale player! and was a member of the blue 'varsity | like 1 when opponents were swept over paper dolls. Since taking the place of acli at Pennsylvania Woodruff lias de vcinped some wonderful talent and some great elevens. He has also invented a , system of team play that includes the fastest and most effective method of ad vancing the ball used by any one of the of Woodruff i- 4 absolute in nut bo?' assistants on tlie field * invited by him to help in elevens. and allows unless they aix him. His ideas and plans are questioned, and lie lias undisputed pow t'» select tlie members <»f the 'varsity . ..In.tf cat. play any place on k- tc-am and is therefore a hly qual.lied criticise bis men and remedy then never He plays no favorites and the must win their places on their men e took hold of the Quuk faults. When were at a low els' football affairs they The prominent position I'eiinsyl vunia holds in the football world to-day ebb. ....... students that .led out ot the I mice on 'varsity field this aUertusi... he 'vnrs.ty took a slump ... their prac .ee against tlie second t ' H ' "" u -' h l ,t lnl ' utl ' L ' ' 11 <-< 1 11 K aml in a waj t ia won i n ( | 01 "« » mc '\ K> ' f ' 10 ;. Mt.m.ng «. the season The b.tcks fumbled badly, started slowly, .uuUulcd 1,1 '' x, w ia 1 1,1 * '' .. . ; fo'!!'/.. ,.,,a w«-rk' t wice breukiii'Mhr,itigli i . ' 4 . the ^ ki Tk 1 and blocking R* » attempts to kit k. ma cbiellv due to this energetic ll of It was a rather discouraged cr. • as run was 1 ter eated tlie chain needs attention. If it lias stretched or the teeth of the sprokets have become worn, it is hard to stop the it iudi Wlien a chain grinds or crek "grinding. If the chain and sprockets are ., co|Mliti(>u „ a , grinding shows (rf , (r g^phin-. After oiling, the imise will continue while the oil is needing in lie finding its way to tlie parts It should cease after a lubricating. while. When it does not, it is a sign . that the needed attention lias been too long delayed. The only remedy then is blv with bc'ii»ine or ki-rosene ana up-, u plv graphite or wipe dry. „u the road ' t || bl , lsll an( , uil llinv bo ua .d in , |h( . (l|min Kvt ,,: fcw wd J be dropp'd into every link on ; 11IttlUlo o£ tll0 chul „. Revolving the clu|in wi n a | U ,w the oil to work in. >>>' . , ! The meeting between the ,(range and Elizabeth Athletic Club teams at Orange oval on Tliimksgiving Day is attracting considerable interest in New York. As lbe teams lmve already played three con -eutive tie games, tliev liave agreed that i„,,rder to reach a definite result they ju play an extra half if at the conclusion ing for this means they hope to settle the ques tion of has been >'ang i __ , . | Tho " a ' n , fr, ' ,n El « htk and french j 8treets calle(l "'c Annual would i.ke to j amm *®, a or fhanksgiving morn has!"*- The.r we.ght is 1 la pounds, of the second half the score is a tie. By : ing in the balance for two years. The Warren team will play the crack ! Itiverton A. A. of Kiverton, N. .1,. on the Un j on street grounds this Saturday ! wl11 a ? reat 8 a,n0 and everybody should see it. it Australian" Billy Murphy, who re- j cently arrived in England, has been practically matched to meet Dave Kulli- j Paddy Purteli, of Kansas City, and j Arthur Akers have been matched to go i twenty rounds for a purse of #1,250, the ■ contest to he decided on November .'!(). SELF-DEFENSE. | "Harlem Coffee Cooler," Djck O'Brien, I j 0 j Boston, has made a good impression ; j on ti a . other Side, and there is talk of! van. By his defeat of Frank Craig, the I matching him against Dick Burge. Representatives of Sharkey and God dard have selected Bob McArthur, a well-, no n v tu fi gbt twenty pounds on December ltitli. known devotee of boxing, and a promi nent member of the Olympic Club, to referee their contest on next Thursday night. The Knickerbocker Club has m.itchcd Dal Hawkins and EddieCon at 1.10 Matty Matthews and Mike Leonard, of New York, have been matched to try j conclusions in a 20-round contest at the opening boxing show of tlie recently or ganized Franklin Athletic Club, of New Haven, which takes place on December 7th. rounds t ; Kumor hag it t |, at the Arena will be j opt . ne(l in anotlier week by one of the ( men intere8 ted in the Athens affair. It j i j kt . a fruitless task to try to run a c i„b that would not pay tinder such ex-: collent Iliaimg ement as tlie Quake-City ! . < asper.Leon is goingto.Eng and a*rth 10o-pound champion of An erica. Le n was given two good beatings by Little « whc n he was a 106 pound ' The / talian has „ big of late , wouW ,, ave tr<iub |, making 1,5 ; dp . 1 . I Bi| ly Madd « n lias '" t( ' k ' n a marc ", on Peter Maher and succeeded in matching his new find, Gits Ktihlin, against Tut Ryan, tlie new heavy-weight whom Kid McCoy brought from South Africa. l j DIAMOND DUST. Anson will no longer play base nan with the Chicago club. If tlie word of one of its heaviest stockholders goes for 1 aught. This gentleman stated positively i | within a week that Anson's contract, with the local club would in it again Lx 1 renewed. He said that tho veteran, an ; | athletic wonder, is done for. lie has 1 outlived his usefulness, and to continue him further in service would he open defiance to the general clamor for his ; Should the fair-headed big retirement. , until he retired lie w ill want for nothin since he is the richest player in America. Those who have been in the enjoyment of Anson's confidence assert that Ins he longings aggregate close on t<» #201),Out). Were he penniless his stock in the Chicago Ball ( lull would keep the rest of his days. will William T. Warded, wli bibiti«>n candidate for mayor of (ireatcr ..ment Compatiy. him comfortably 1< a 4 tin 1 Pro x,.\v York, was a mcml)er of Ibitfalo s tirst base ball club in lstitk He is now a Ot the Standard nil i (Hirer prospect that a ('aliforma ■ There is a League will lie o after the holidays. ■ganized inimediatelv offered tlie Umpire Snyder lias 1 ell if the Norfolk ('lull nexl mul 1R , X , 'schedule plan sin add result in preventing long wiiiiiing and losing streaks, and ( | |( , |( aga i u tb( . season is longer, dating, ;. ; starting at a signal of the batsman—was i Worked us far back us '7(1 by the Chieagn Whites. Anson substantiates this claim. 1 The Ciuci,mat i critics demand Dun.,.,} agement ma the but prefers a position on National League staff of umpires. season, te clulis e fur tlie The majority of the Leagt should have a very even cliunc The change in the According to Cumiskey, the hit-nml-, l hut is the base runner • as it does, ft'iiin April 15 In October 15. se heme run 1 liny's retention in the outfield, no mat ter what other changes may lie made. There would lie no regrets if "Dusty Miller were tired, as lie is charged with Captain Anson of tlie Chicago Club was York conferring with A. G. swcll-licudcdncss. in New Spalding, who sails for Europe to-day. Anson will again niamigc the Chicagos, lie savs, although lie does not care to dis cuss tlie matter. . , . „ , u K • busy down town streets of New York b„t , ndmg there is a paradise compared to what it is in the cent.vs of Boston, . , I''"'""""' 'ntlbr licyond what is taken up >>>' trolly ears, but yet a consalenilile ! number nf wheelmen may be seen tbread CYCLING. ..... streets allow little The ill-paved narrow, ing their way in and around. It ccrtuml} cannot he that they enjoy tlie process, for they look half frightened to death, or that they soak to save time, for better progress can be made afoot on tlie side walks, narrow and congested as they are. Record breaking and efficient pace 8 art that we limy shortly exjieet to read reports of this kind: "It. Swift reduced . . , , . . . . , | ass.stedbyahurncane and paced by a flash of lightning. making have developed into such a lino i the mile record to lit) seconds. lie was ■ A Southern Ohio paper, which evi dently has a high appreciation of the isivver wielded by the L. A. V\.. makes the peculiar suggestion that that body take a hand in the matter of bicycle prices and compel manufacturers to sell chainless wheels at less than #125 each. Tlie indoor track at Saenger llall, in Philadelphia, which will be used for j the first time to-morrow night at the first indoor meet of the season, is one of the j largest ever constructed indoors, being only ten laps to the mile, and there is no j doubt that all previous indoor records i will be smashed on it. ■ Botli Germany and France are much I those countries, ; turers of "wheels" are protesting strenu ouwly, and are demanding an increase of exercised over the popularity which the I American-made bicycle lias gained iu The domestic manufac ..duties for tlie foreign article, especially that which crosses over the Atlantic. BILLIARDS (b( , Frank Ives expresses the opinion that man who wins the Dillard tourna mental Madison Square Concert Garden „„ XovciiiIkt 2!!tli will lx-compelled to n ake an average of twenty-live or better, || ( . udmits that the game is the most dif ficult lie has ever played, and says the muscular exertion required in ttie hard, j open-table play destroys the delicacy of stroke required in nursing, A MI SK'ALE AT GRACE. A Delightful Riitorluiiiment Held in the Sunday School Hall Last Xiglil. The imtsicale given last niglit at Grace M. E Churcli proved a most successfi I affair. The large Sunday School Hall . was weN Ailed b y a represen a tvo audi ence, and h, ", evening s entertainment was of a liigli class. The music rendered by Grace Orchestra was excellent. Prof, LoomiSi the blind piano player, gave gotne fine selections. The program was f n ii nWH . as f « llo " s ' PART I. Ben Mur Chariot Race March, Grace S. >S. Orchestra. Quartette, In the Garden, Shubert Quartette. Piano Duett, La Cliasse Infcrnale, E. Paul A. J. Boex Kolling Shubert Misses Beecher. Solo, Tlie Front, Miss Weldm. Violin Solo, Gavotte, op. 514, No. !i, Cari Bohm Miss EdnaBradfield. Accompanist, Miss Annie Gause. Quartette, The Arrow and the Song, 1 i Duet , t . L ^LesYcnx! ' Miss'driditli, Miss Berlin, Piano Sole, Tlie Brock, ; Prof. Rook hionim. ' onl a 'Jjmiew' S H. Orchestra, Artliur Hay Gottschalk Mendelsohn ; I*AliT II. Quartette, Tlie Bloom is on the Rye. Wiske Shubert Quartette. Piano Duett, Dragon Fighter. Hoffman Mrs. (Iritlith. Miss Berlin. Soprano solo, Orpheous with his Lute Sullivan Mrs. Pyle. Pi.mo solo, Soniirrnniidn, k Loomis Prof. K .vers (with violin obli Spring F gatn) Miss Weldm. IFiett, Land of the Swallows, V. Ma i:ii Mrs. Pvle, Miss ('■■■nnor. *. No. .'!, Violin solo, Cradle S mg, op instave llillf* Miss Kdna Iiratllield. Quartette, Beautiful Bells, Adam (leiliel ('cut ral < 'Imir. Mam sites Silo, The Ri ■r of Year. ■ . R. Baird. Mr. (. Smisa Mars and Nrijies. Grace >. S. (Indies ra. LOCAL DOTS. .John Kane, the colored workman win ( handler, the guest of lu-r daughter, Smith, of Clayton. was so badly mangled in the shafting of tlie Old Ferry Mill at the Piamond State Iron Company's win ks on Monday atter noon, died at the Delaware lb sp.it a I at H o'clock yesterday morning. The remains were taken in charge by Deputy Coroner ms Lever, Millard F. Semi and Tin the crack shots, returned from down tlie State on Tuesday evening with twenty nIU ' fat rabbits. Mrs. Margaret Benson, of this city, is Mrs. II. F. A man giving his name as Charles Densmnre. living in Hartford, Conn., f,.|| u a , Eigbtli and Church lust niglit about 8 o'clock. He was taken [ lllo McHugh's saloon and the patrol wagon was sent for. He was taken to the Delaware Hospital, w here lie found to lie suffering from epilepsy. was stack of hay belonging to Th Taylor, at the corner of A and Bayard iire last night by some streets was set boys. Liberty Eire Engine Company, and tlie tire was soon extinguish! d. to the A still alarm was sent „, ilm A broken spring on a transfer cab at Tenth and Market streets was responsi ble for an exciting runaway Iasi evening about 5.110 o'clock. The horses took fright and ran awav down Market street, . , . , The driver was llirown out, but escaped is slopped at Third and Market streets. A laprobe b ■longing to the carriage was lost during tho excitement. collection of Pianos from all the best 710 Market street, before buying elsewhere. Never before have we bad such a liii alters and at such prices t hat M anv See w hat von can