Newspaper Page Text
TIIE WASHINGTON TDIES, MONDAY, OCTOBEK 7, 1912.
RAISE- $10,000 TO
HELP lH ELECTION
Meeting Planned jor Wed
nesday Evening in-Riggs
The several Demooratfo organization
of Washington havo raised nearly J10,ftXI
to aid tha national campaign, and this
turn repreienta largely unorganUod ef
fort. The hundred men who will work
under the leadership of National Com
mitteeman Coatello, have not yet begun
soliciting." The other organ.lxatloni
which have "outlined paper campaign
(.ommltteea have not had all thelr'mcn
nt work. Effortvwlll be redoubled dur
ing tho coming w'eek.
'Republicans are reading the hand
writing on the wall,", inserted tke
Democratic campaign leader. They
quietly admit that they are receiving
ery nearly aa much money from Re
publican ai from Democrats. The only
thorn, in their aide Is the persistence
and the even success of the Progres
sives. The ragerness of Republicans to con
tribute to the Democratic fund Is con
sidered to be an index to the hopeless
ness of the Taft tight, as viewed by Dis
trict Republicans, and tho eager desire
of these same Republicans to Ret In line
with tho Wilson forces, and at the same
lime ao wnat they cun to defeat Roose
velt. More than J5.000 has been sent from
tne various organisations to the Demo
cratlo national committee, and a sum
almost aa large Is subscribed and will
be collected within the next few days.
Democrats arc rather amazed at tho
taae with which money has been ob
tained so far.
A new wrinkle In meeting places will
be shown at the RIkks bufldlnt this
week. A. room large enough for a public
meeting was not available. Charley
Frost, of the National Democratic head
quarters, hit upon the plan of using the
largo open space In front of the elava
tors. Two hundred people can be ac
commodated. The first meeting In this
space on the fifth floor will be held
Dentist's Sudden Death
Due to Heart Disease
Mrs. Rbss Wilson, widow of the
oung dentist who was founU dead In
his office In Oklahoma City a little
more than a week ago, has arrived In
Washington, and denies that Dr. Wil
son committed suicide. Mrs. Wilson
says her husband's death was the re
sult of heart failure.
It la claimed by Mrs. Wilson that tho
attack was sq sudden as to causa the
belief that he had taken some deadly
drug. This theory, she says, has been
disproved, and that the coroner and
other physicians have decided Dr. Wil
son died from heart failure.
Mfs. Wilson states the report that her
husband had failed to build up a prac
tice Is also Incorrect, and that he had
a good practice In the Western city.
Dr. Wilson's body has been placed In
a .mill, In TjttAn Hi. wl ..&&....
Usltlmoro. It will be" taken from tho
vault one day this week and burled be
side that of his brother, the late James
L. Wilson, in Loudon Park Cemetery.
Debate on Christianity
Marks League MeetingUiump of weeds m a vacant lot m the
The Washington Secular League meet
ing vesterdav afternoon, developed a
brief debate on Christianity between
Hyland C. Kirk and the Rev. S. S.
Laws. The former attacked the faith,
and the latter replied by comparing
Prof. Kirk to "a vessel all at sea. with
out a rudder, going no place In particu
lar." Talking on "The World's Saviors and
Human Salvation." Prof. Kirk made
the assertion that Jesus Christ was on
a par with Alexander Dowle. Mary
Baker Eddy, and others. Dr. Laws re
plied with an emphatic defense of the
Newspapers Report to
Six thousand returns havo been made
to date by newspapers to tho Postofllca
Department In compliance with the law
requiring the filing of names of stock
holders, publishers, and editors.
According to a ruling by Third Assist
ant Postmaster General Brttt the law
will not permit the filing of tho name of
a person holding newspaper stock as
trustee In place of the real owner. Both
names must he given. Tho law requires
the. names also of mortgagees.
Sir George Reid and
Lady Reid Leave City
After a three days' visit to the Na
tional Capital, during which they were
entertained by the Chambor of Com
merce, John Barrett, director-general of
the Pan-Amorlcan Union, and Commis
sioner Cuno H. Rudolph, Sir. George
Reid, High Commissioner for Australia
at London, and Lady Reid Ipft Wash
ington yesterday for New York. They
will sail tomorrow for London.
Sir George and Lady Reid expressed
their high appreciation of tho courtesies
shown them while here and were elo
quent In their praise of the beauties of
WHY DON'T YOU TAKE BETTBR
CARE OF YOUR HAW I
Don't let it turn ttey. Don't let the
Dandruff ct a foothold and start the hsir
falling out. , , ,
It'i not natural that young women ihould
have thin grey hsir that they cannot dren
It ihould always be natural-colored-lux-urianl
full of life and radiance free from
ugly grey hairs and annoying Dandruff.
Nature intended that a woman's htir
ihould be one of her chief altractioni.
Why not help her lo keep'it 10 ?
USE HAY'S HAIR HEALTH
S1.00 and 50c it Drug Siorei or direct upon
receipt of price and dcaler'i same Send 10c for
trial bottlc.-Phllo Har Spec. Co. Newark, N J.
FOK SALH AM) IIICCOMMKNDlin
IIY IMIOI'LK'S UUUG.ST01113MI T O
STIIIIltS, TTlt AM)S IC STHEUTSl
7TII AM) U STIUSICT8 JV. W..
FUNERAL HELD FOR
Lifelong Resident of Prince George County Buried From
' Anacostia Church Police Capture Sleeping Man
With Loaded Revolver.
WASHINGTON TIMES BUIUSAU,
ANACOSTIA, D. C, OCT. T.
Funeral services for Mrs. Martha J.
Martin, a life-lone resident of the ad
jacent section of I'rtnce George county.
Maryland, whose death occurred on rn
day, were held this morning at orelook
from St. Teresa's Church, the Rev.
Charles M.-TBart officiating. at requiem
mass. The Interment was, made In Mt.
Olivet Cemetery. .
Mrs. Martin was formerly Miss. Bald
win, and was the wife of B. E. Martin,
who resides on the Vheeler road , In
Prince George county. Maryland. Bhe
Is survived by her husband and six
Of the latter Miss Emma Martin, of
the Government Hospital! Mrs. Harry
Knott, of Anacostia: Miss Cariotta
Martin and Philip Martin, live here.
Anacostia policemen were relieved to
trm llrthll. JM1.L COlOrCUi
jones, coiorcu. bw ,"
behind tho bars last night.
VernorTKskrldgo, who made tne r.
was summoned ;to a cafe In Nichols
avenue by a colored woman, who told
him she feared for her life, Jonj8
had threatened to shoot her. Jones was
asleeD at one of the cafe tables.
Fskrldge took him Into custody on the
not. tSr sleeping man awakening to
BndSlmleM a prTsoner. When Police
man Eskrldge searched him at No. H
Ea"lon a E-callber revolver, fully
loaded, was fourm on his person,
it, n rharecd with carrying a con-
cealed weapon and was locked up.
A review of the history of the tfaat
Washington HeichtB Baptist Church i by
the Rev. James W. Many was a fca
tSre of the service thero yesterday. The
minister, who has completed his fif
teenth consecutive year as pastor, re
ported a healthy condition both as re
gards growth In membership and flnan-
Therewas a large audience to hear
the sermon, one family Journeying eight
miles to hear the story of the suburban
chapel's foundation and progress.
A table spread with the fruits of the
harvest, which were distributed subse
quently V the needy, was a feature of
tVe rally day services yesterday In the
Anacostia Baptist Church. Thle part
ANXIOUS TO ADOPT
Police, However, Believe
They Have Clue to
Mother of Child.
Nearly a score of citizens have made
unr,u.tinn to CaDt Robert E. Doyle,
of the Eltfhth poUce precinct, to adopt
rear of wi
Founecnin sirci ..u.u.-
It's the finest oungster you ever
. .i n..,u iiVaii Aim.
sew," saia uapiain uioy . --
blame anyone for wanting to adopt him.
I don't see how a mother coum aeseri
such a baby."
But It Is not likely the applicants will
bo given an opportunity to adopt the
baby, because the police say they have
obtained a clue to the identity of tho
child's mother and expect to make an
arrest in the case within the next
In a serious condition from exposure,
the infant, only a few hours old. was
found yesterday, as told In The Times
last evening. The Infant's cries were
at first thought to be those of a kitten
and for several hours no one went
to make an Investigation. Finally, Mrs.
James L. Clark, who lives at H13 T
street northwest, notified the Janitor of
an apartment house, and he found the
baby In the weeds. The child was'
naked. Policeman Hlnkle was notified
and took the Infant to the Foundling
Hospital, 1715 Fifteenth street north
west. It was said today that the child
can be heated to a much higher tempera
ture than either butter or lard, without burn
ing. It fries so quickly
ror this reason, Cottolene-fnea lood is more
healthful than food fried in butter o'r lard.
Cottolene is more
goes one-third farther;
much less than butter.
Made only by
THE N. K. FA1RBANK
of the program came at the night serv
ice, following' two other programs, giv
en by tho congregation and primary de
partment of the Sunday school. Ladue
Maglll, Sunday school secretary, man
aged' this part of the service.
Taking part In- the recitations, songs
and hymns were the following children,
under the direction of Superintendent
Norval W. Oreer.
Bessie Gill. Salter Mathleson, Leroy
Greer. Esther Jones, Margaret Jones,
north. Mathleson. fivdnor BoswelL
Ethel Payne, Ethel Farmer, Jeanetta
Yensey, Mahlon Tenley, Marian Mooiu,
Marian uaiawin, ranniej jaamicaui',
MirnMrii Myers. Beulah Farmer and
Miss. Ida Snydor.
fjordon Newoomb, who Is visiting Ed
wnct T fclAtonnmh. his unci, the DOSt'
master of Congress Heights, 'Is paving
his first visit to this country In, three
years. He is employed on the Isthmus
of Panama, He Is on sick leave and
will return early in Novemuer.
Anacostla's baseball team and the
viiTiinntn. nt Washington, met raster
Jay on the river diamond, and the lat
ter team won by the soore of 4 to 3.
The Annacosiia piaycra nu 10 iki
the pitching of Barton, former Pepco
player and now a member of the Na
tionals. They managed to secure six
hits and tied the score at one stage
of the game when Miller hit a home
run and scored two runners before
hlni. ... , . .
Prlddy. former Cornell player! bat
ted well, and McGrath, outfielder for
Anacostia, made several fine catches.
Earl Hunt, at ahortstop for the Vigil
ants, cut off a number of hits.
Barton and Rogors were the wlnmnir
battery, and for Anacostia, Russell
Phlpps and Howard Phlpps perform
ed. Fully 1,000 people witnessed the
Mrs. George Bdelen, of Pleasant
street, has gone to Baltimore, where
she will remain with Mrs. Etta Har
rison, her sister, for a while.
Old songs and old-time hymns will
be heard in Methodist Hall on Fri
day night, when the congregation will
be entertained, with a concert and so
cial. Members of the church will tako
part In the concert.
DISTRICT COURT OF
APPEALS FACES BIG
Cases Set Down Number
120, Including That of
With 120 cases on the calendar, an
unusually large number, the District
Court of Appeals convened for the fall
term at 10 o'clock this morning.
Chief Justice Beth 'Bhepard and Asso
ciate Justices Joslah A. Van Orsdel
and Charles H. Robb wero on the bench
and greeted about forty attorneys who
attended the opening of court.
Arguments1 on some land cases origin
ating In the Interior Department con
stituted the first business. There are
comparatively few cases from the Dis
trict Supreme Court seF for early hear
ing, most of the litigation being appeals
from the Government departments.
One of the most Important cases to
come before the Court of Appeals this
term will be the appeal In the contempt
of court proceedings against Samuel
Gompers. John Mitchell, and Frank
Mcrrlson, officers of the American Fed
eration of Labor. The labor lendcrt
were found guilty of contempt for al
leged violation of the Injunction decree
In the Bucks Stove and Range Company
boycott case and given Jail sentences.
An extension of time In which to tile
a transcript of the record was granted,
and It Is not expected that the case wilt
be filed before November.
Ad Club Meets Tonight.
Tho first meeting of the Washington
Ad Club to be held In the club's new
quarters, In the Southern building, will
Iia tonlcht. Plans for the clubs fall
.banquet will be discussed. The meeting
tonight will be In the form of a smoker.
The best fried chicken you ever
ate can be made with Cottolene.
that, little of the fat is
the food being greasy.
economical than lard
1 " i
Student .Complains That All
Fun Has Been Cut Out
Too much Interest on the part of
teachers In football and baseball, to
gether with a marked decrease In the
number of those fete' days and military
larks dear' to the high school boys, are
chiefly responsible f6r the decline In the
M.h ahnnl rrtt nrnnisatlons. accord
ing to a high school boy who has
written to The Times. . . ,
Tha hnv who loins tne CSdetS.
writes this young man. "likes to have
something ln the way of a sham battle
now and then to relieve the monotony
n th x.rviv ArllL Five or six years
ago the cadets were, allowed to have a
sham battle on the White Lot every
year. Now, ror no apparent nu, ;i
sham battle baa been out out of the
"The cadets were also sent to Alex
andria every Hd'ot February .to parade.
cut this auo nas oeen oui out.
No" run In Cadet Corps,
"it is so with everything else, until
now boys joining the cadets have noth
ing to look forward to except tne com
petitive drill at the end of each year. It
Is no wonder then mat tno proeni
of cadets Is smaller today than It was
five or six years ago.
h. laflr nr tnlmrmmt Aft Inn nart OI
the faculties of the, different schools ha
also someining to ao wiin mo v'-"
state of affairs. If the faculties of the
respective schools were to step In now
and display only a little of the interest
they take In baseball or football, the
military organizations atiihe different
schools would be greatly improved by
"If the cadets were allowed to partici
pate In a sham battle, as well as two
ihr,A nArntl and. In fact, anvthlng
outside the dally routine of work, tho
military organizations of the Washing
ton high schools would be greatly
strengthened In force of numbers."
High School students are compelled to
Join the cadpts fxcept when excused for
physical disability, or on the request of
parents. Any request from parents will
relieve tho pupil. Consequently, tho
cadets who comprise the organization
Join it voluntarily..
The recent regimental examinations
showed that there were only four appli
cants for seven positions. A dearth of
applicants for company positions was
also marked, although enough officers
crobablv can b found from anions' the
fifty-three who presented themselves for
The average enlistment In the white
schools is about 3S per cent of the boys.
In the colored schools nearly 60 per cent
of the boys belong to the oeiored cadet
The Secret of a
Good Briar Pipe
While briar-root pipes have been In
continuous use In this country for years
and years, the general public, even the
pipe smokers, have but little Ideu of
how they are made or of tho time and
attention necessary In their manufac
ture. The briar which furnishes the root
from which the pipes are made la the
shrub called the white heath, or
heather, and la found chiefly In the
south of Italy, on the Island of Cor
sica, and In Algeria. The shrub often
crows to a large size, although only
the roots are used In the pipe-making
After the roots have been cleaned of
the earth which clings to them, they
are sawed into diocks oi various aimen
stons. placed In vats, and allowed to
simmer for twelve hours, which brings
out the rich brown color for which tho
finest pipes are prued.
hollowing this Doiung process, tne
blocks are steam dried for two weeks,
and then are sent to the factory, where
they are converted Into pipes. Tho
blocks are sorted according to size by
experts, are placed on shelves and kept
at an oven temperaturo for ten days,
when they are dried, and then are sent
to the machines, where tho actual man
ufacture begins. After the blocks have
been trimmed to the proper size, tho
upper part of the bowl Is turned, then
the lower part and stem, and then they
are sandpapered. The finishing of tho
bowls then takes place.
A meeting of the J. Fred Kelley
Democratic cent ml committee of tho
District villi lie held at Lewis' Hull.
1502 Fourteenth street northwest, at S
o'clock tonlKht. This rreettnz will as
usunl be devoted to th discussion of
I methods of collecting funds.
Fully Five thousand Pupils
Are Expected to Embrace
An enrollment of--fully 5,000 pupils Is
expected when tho night schools of the
District throw open their doors tonight,
The enrollment last year was 4,700 and
an inorease of E per cent or more is an
Uclpated this year.
The manual training courses have
been growing; In Popularity ever since
their first Institution and It Is In these
courses that the largest increase In en
rollment la expected. Girls are taught
sewing, cooking, dressmaking and mil?
llnery In the advanced colored classes.
Elsewhere the courses are about the
same as In day schools.
mgm scnooi ror wnue pupus win oe
hM In tha Franklin Rchool. MeKlnler
Manual Training Bchool. Business High
ncnooi, jenerson, waiiacn ana usies
buildings, and for colored pupils In the
Armstrong Manual Tratnlog School,
Phelps Garnet, Randall, Stevens, Phil
lpps, Btrney and Garfield schools.
Teamsters Meet Today.
The eighth annual convention of the
International Brotherhood or Teamsters
convenes In Indianapolis today. It was
not expected that members of the local
union, other than James L. Consldlno
and Joseph's!!!. Toone, who were named
as delegates some time ago, would at
tend. II. E. Donaldson was named ns
an alternate from Washington.
Dsy and Late Afttraoen Stislona
COLUMBIAN COLLEGE. A. U.. R S.. ta
COLLEOE OF ENOINEEHINO AND ME
CHANIC ARTS, U. 8.. la ARCIL. C. B.,
E. E.. anil M. B.
COLLEOE OF THE POLITICAL SCIENCES.
A. D.i U. Sip.
TKACIinnS COLLEOE. A. M.. and Ttaca.
Of aces i 2023 O Street.
SCHOOL OF GRADUATE STUDIES, A. U,
H. 8., C E.. E. E.. M. E.. 111. D.
DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE. M. D.
DEPARTMENT OF DENTISTRY. D. D. a
Offices; 1325 II Street
DEPARTMENT OF LAW, U. B., U. H.
M. P. L.
Offlcet New Masonlo Temple.
NATIONAL COLLEGE OF PHARMACY.
808 I Btrret,
COLLEOE OF VETERINARY MED.
CINE. D. V. M. ajg2l-m,w.f-SU
2113 HtU Street.
General Office: 303 O Street
1906 Florid Avenue
A Hoarding; aod Tuy School for Girls.
Opens September 30, 1912
Preparatory and Elective Courses. All
grades from Primary to Collegiate
Special advantagea In Music. Art. and
Expression. Building specially planned
for the school. Gymnasium and Tennla
Catalogue on request
Ulia. UEVK11LEV n. UASON, Principal.
Jill EYE STREET.
ron dots and aiRLa.
THIRTIETH YEAR EECHN3
Thomas W. Sidwell, A. M.,
having your decayed teeth treat
ed. It is dangerous. Often de
cayed teeth cause serious dis
eases. Every day delayed in
creases the eventual size of your
I am the Original
and cari make your teeth
and strong without causing you any pain. See mc to
day and let me put an end to your teeth troubles.
Will Not Slip or Drop
427-429 Seventh Street N. W.
OVISIl tiltA&n VMO.V T19A CO.
LarKtat anil Mont ThurouBhlr i:quliprtl l'arlpr lit
VVnahlustou. Alioliitiiiriita Jlny lie Made II y Tele
phone, Hour 8 lo II Snta. and Weil, until S . m. SunUnj
bourn. 10 a. m lo 4 p. in.
I! viriMoitr, oith;i:i :n: x. Lexington -st.
I'llll.xnULI'lll (M'TICIJi s. IV Or, Hilt .t Mkt. Sim
Oxon Hill Residents
Want Better Roads
Aiming to procure better roads In
their section, residents pt Oxon Hill,
Prince George county, Md., have adopt
ed resolutions condemning conditions
there and calling the present construc
tion system "Iniquitous and a financial
drain uncalled for,"
A meeting was held Saturday night at
Bchoolhouse No. 1, and action will' soon
bo taken looking to a remedy for the
present state of affairs.
MATS., TUEB., T1IUR8. AND BAT.
IIOUERT lllLUARO'B Great Success.
"A FOOL THERE WAS"
First Ttma st 1m Than 12 Prices.
Inaugural Week of HKh.Clus Vaudeville.
10 BIO l'HATURKg JO
Including "A NIOHT IN TUB PARK,"
tabloid musical comedy; ttwt (lacnoux,
European Junllnc Act; EckhoR Oor
don, In Bongs snd Dances; Morris A
Kramer, Minstrel Enterttlners; Denla
La Court, Blnslns Comxllfnne: Pletni,
the Aecordlon.llsno Wonder; and Mri
tcHous Edna. First Perfnnnanea Tuntsht.
BELASCO Tonight at 8120.
Pop. Wed. MatrsSc to fl.
Bat Mat., So to fl.M. Nights, 8o to ft
"THE PEIITECT WOMAN."
In "Undine" and "The Roe of Meileo."
70 Aclate Players and Dnc)nf Ulrli.
(Evening ScmIom Excttulvtlr.t
44th Tear Opena October lit. : P. U.
Practical course of two, three and four
jreari. leadhic to standard deneea In taw.
Faculty of 23, of whom 23 are Federal
Judfee or practicing lawyer.
The degree of Bachelor-oMawe can be se
cured In two years.
Classes limited to number permit ting of
The post-graduate course leading to the de
gree of Master-oMaws may be completed In
one year additional. No charge for Patent
law Course to members of the Post-graduate
Tor catalogue, application blanks, etc., ad
dreis the Dean at the Administration Offices.
Southern Building: phono Main MIT, or after
October 1. at National Law Bchool Build lag.
II cm llth street N. W.
Tone Production. Qeep Breathing.
Voice Placing. Physical Culture.
Ear Training. Distinct Enunciation.
Sight Singing. Dramatic Art
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes
H3 Eleventh St. N. E.. Pb. Line. IT3J.
Washington School of Accountancy
Inatructlon preparing for C P. A drgreft
and buslneaa admlnlatratton profenlonat
Il-page bulletin ernt on rtqucit
Director of Education. Y M C. A . 17M O at.
Day and night complete graded and collega
preparatory couraea, coeducatlonal, alse prt
ata coaching: cataloguea.
FRANCES MANN HALL A. M.
Tel. M. SSTI. 31 E Ht. N. W
THE CHINA SHOP
MlVi New York Ae. N. W
Claaaw In China. Water Color and Leather
Craft. Lateat Ideas In decoratloni Whlto
china and ull material. China carefully Srd.
Fillings in Gold,
50c & $1
Gold Crowns and
WED. MAT., Sc. Me, 7c an4,tl.OJ.
A. if. woods Preacnts
In Edward Pf pit's Ssosatlonsl Success,
HE LITTLEST REBEL
The tlreatest War Plsy In Tears.
THE HEABT OV.THE KOC
Oct. if, Orsno Canyons Oct. it. Great South
wmtl Oct. n, raclne Coast; Nov. T. Yellow
Seats now selling for all lecture.
J'rlcei, Mc, 7tc. fl. i
WEllUA .LUB8CHErt. Present
In the' Everloyous Operetta. '
TIE irKINOMAID ,
With the New York Cut. Including Tom Ms4
, Naufhton., . ,. ec7-
ITralgsjt at BUS
TMC Warka and
1mS y "Com'piinr of SO.
NEXT WEBK TUB MAN FIIOH HOME.
TOMOItROW-UorM Berles. Rodler
Scoreboards Stats now, IS, cents.
Most urautirui Tiiestre In America.,
Attraction Equaling- tht II Thtttrri.
Datlr Htt..2SA&oc. Erea.2&.HaTSe
McINTYRE & HEATH
Mon. A Tutt, "Waiting at tht
Church.' Wed. ft Thurs , "The Man
Prom Montana." Frl. lr Sat.. "The
Oeorgia Mlnttreli." EDITH HELENA.
OUS -VAN ft JOB KCIIENCK. Deri
Lovy. uax'a rircus. fte. I areit Act. ,
NEXT WEEK-Ksts Elinors ft Saoi'
Williams. "My Lsdr's Kant." Stanltjl.
James ft Co. ftc. Uujr Seats Toaajr. .
ALL THIS WEEK.
MISS NEW YORK, Jr.
Jos. K. Watson and Will Cokaa
And All Star Caat.
Next CTeek-THE WHIM. OF MIRTH,
9th St. and Pa. Ave.
Big Stock Musical Comedy Co.
and High-Class Vaudeville
TODAY AT 2 TONIGHT AT 8
Prices. 10c, 15c, 25c
At Two Performances Daily Joe Hnrtl? Oftii
Supported I)r a Great Caat. Including
Returna or Worid'a r!ta aamea from ataM
Neil Wetk-THB TAXI OIRL8.
lOc ri A CfUTA 7th
20c s.i&M.i.jm W
4 COMPLETE SHOWS DAILY I
Alder's Great Polar Bears
The Onlr Act of Ita Kind la the
BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Dr. Karl Mock. Conductor
SEASON OF FIVE CONCERTS
Tuesdays, Nov. 5, December 3,
January 7, Feb. 18, March 18
Prlcta of aaon tlcketa. 110.00.
IS ;&. Hata may be reaered by malllnc
der accompanied by clieclc to Mra. Green)
1'6(7 Connecticut ae. K. W. Old aubacrlberl
hae the privilege or renewing ticket. uat
Wrdncaday. October Mh.
NO LOSS OP TIME
l.eae nhlnnlon Saturday flil.1
I'. M. Home aiialn .Monday 7 A.M.
Tno nlRlits on water. Sunday at
Chamuerlln Hotel, Old I'olnt
drr rn Including Transporta
Ol.tiU tlon. Stateroom. an3
Threo MealH At Chambcrlln.
New York and Boston By Sea
CM) Ticket Office, Woodward
Norfolk X Washington Steamboat Co.
STEAMER CHARLES MAGALESTE.)
Two trips dally except Sunday la
ttavlns Ssenth Street Wharf at 10 a. n,
and 2.30 p. m. . Round trio to cats. Wo.
Merchants and Miners Transportation Co,
"FLORIDA BY SEA"
Savannah and Jacksonville
licet route to Dorlda, Culm, and the Bout
Fine btenmrri. I?xctlltnt Bervlce Lo4
Tares All rtramrrv equipped with wlrelein
Kev, atcanitfra Suuanfe and Humtract II
lOinmlKclon ltouini de Luxe. Hatha. BenJ
it t o it n orncES,
W V TL'UNi: V T M . naltlmurc, 14
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.
AMKIUCA'K FAMOUS AM.-VUAIl nCSOIfq
for Heat, lttcreatlon, ur l'leaaure.
ATLANTIC CITV, N. J.
Jsalali WUlte Jt buna Corusaa,