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TBOE jy.OKKI.ffra TIMES, SATURDAY, ATJ&TJST? 14, 1897.
g Lansburgh &. Bro. &
8 GENERAL REDUCTION
IN OUIt INFANTS'
Infants' Gauze Vests, all
sizes. These had soldfor
15c and 19c,
Reduced to 10c
Infants' Ribbed Gauze
Vests, which have soid
for 1 6c, 18c and 22c,
Odds and Ends, broken
sizes of Infants' Mull
Caps, some of which sold
for 75c and 68c,
Reduced to 19c
This pretty Cap made of g
rt ... T i..
iinemun, wnn Kormanuy
crown, with full ruffle of
open - work embroidery
around face and neck.
Extra wide strings. Form
er price S 1.4-8,
I JonjJ&iri. I
420, 422, 424, 426 7tli St.
Will soon lie a thins of tlie
past. 3inKe uuj' wniie iiimsuu
shines uud take advantage of
t li e h e Decessitj--eoitipelled
Special Skirt Sale
une lot oi
Bri l-antine and
were &i and SiSj
One lot of Linen
3 Fine Brilliantine Skirts
58 SfiK Sklrtefor $3.98
"VVe make Sl:lrte to order on short
notice without extra charge.
Waists Almost Given Awaj'.
T-adlee 39c Percale "Waists,
Ijidiefi 50 and 75c Percale
"Waists, now S5c
Ladies' 51 Waists, now 39c
Ladles' $1.50 and $2 Waists,
For Saturday we offer 130 La
dles' Lawn and Percale Wrappers,
that were $1 and $1.25, for
Balance of our 39c, 50c. and GOc.
Children '& Dregfces at
50 dozen large size Gingham
Aprons; worth 15c.
100 dozen 5c. Colored Bordered
JI andkerchlef s for
r,000 cakes of best Buttermilk
Boap, fcold everywhere at 5c, for
806 7th St- N. W.
1924-1926 Pa. Ave.
GI1KAT SPjIMER SALU
or Suits, MJllincrr. Furnlshlaga-
Bl-14 7th Bt; 715 ilarkec Space.
gs No trouble, no duit. Its foolish g
S to um a coal fire and complain about S
!r the liot weather when you can keep S
g yourM-ir and tlie hou&e cool by using g
g. a gas stove. g
1 Muddiman, I
I 616 12th 5t. 1204 Q st. I
KKDAXGEHED 3IAXY LIVES.
Tonng Thieves, Sent to the Peniten
tiary for n Heckless Te6d.
Kew Tork, Aug. 13. "William Burns and
Harry iv-neen, or Jertey Qty, were to
day sent to the Snake Hill penitentiary
for sixy days because they endangered
the lives of many persons yesterday.
Both of the prisoners are sixteen years
old. They went to The grain elevators
in the Erie Railroad yards yesterday and
began taking down the doors of the cars
xiud houses with a view to stealing the
material for firewood. In their haste they
threw a door across the nmin line track just
btrforettif east -bound Erie flyer passed. The
door was shattered into splinters by the
express train, but no one was hurt.
Our beautiful Ice Cream Parlor, where
choicest creams and ices, limeades, lemon
ades, phosphates and favorite frnit cream
fodas Is berved at usual prices. The
public is cordially invited to come and
drink the coldest soda water in the city.
1401 Massachusetts avenue, corner 14th
and 3Jass. avenue. aul3-tf-em
The,steamers Jane Moseley.ArrowKmith,
Samuel J. Pentz, and Ilarrj- Randall, all
keep Consumers' Beer the best beer made.
J, it Lb. i-7fc
RETURN OF -BISHOP KEflSE
Receptions to Be Held in flie
HIS MISSION TO AMERICA
The Cnnou of St. Joliu Laternn "Will
He n Guest at St. Patrick': Rec
tory Willie in the City A 3Ies
Keuger to the Universities of the
The ictura of Archbishop John J. Keane
to this country la a matetr ot great In
tenst to Washington Catholics, and many
noa-CatnUcs, who liavc been deeply con
cerne.l in the movements of that learned
prelate, especially sines he cea-sid to be
rector ot the CatholicUniversity of America
Additional inteiest 'will be found in the
visit ot Dr Keanc from the fact that his
vacation from Home will be spent In Wash
ington. It. was stated! ii the dispatched
yesterday that lie would have reached
Washington last night
It was learned at St Patrick's Church
rectory, where Dr Keane will remain while
in Washington, that It was very likely that
he will be here on next Monday morning.
A part of the visitor's baggage has, how
ever, arrived at the rectory.
Dr Keane Is now canon ot St. John
Laterau He Is a member of the propa
ganda.. which has a direct influence over
offices in the church in America Another
position, and perhaps tne most important
regarding American affairs he holds, la
membership in the congregation ot studies
This body rejrulate the affairs ot the uni
versitles of all countries. It will occur to
a great many people at once as Muiu-thing
in tbenatureottheirony of destiny (perhaps
it wi.h diplomacy t, that Dr. Keane wan re
lieved of the presidency ot the Catholic
University by an Imperative and unev
plained order, and that now the removed
rector i in the high place where he has
practical charge ot the institution from
which he was summarily detached by an
At St. i'atrick'.s rectory It was stated
yesterday that Dr. Keane has already fully
explaUert the objectot his visitto America,
it beinj; simply a vacation and nothing
more. They declined to discuss at all
whether or not Bishop Keane had a special
mission either to the university or to the
It will be interesting to recall the cir
cumstances which ha vemade Bishop Keane
what he is today, an international rather
than a national issue. It is well known
now that Uif-hop Keane has become the
moht prominent iljmre in Rome so far as
American and Antlo-Catholics are con
cerned. He bepan a new lire in Rome,
said a trlend of his yesterday, having corn
mended himseir to the English-speaking
people having relations with the Vatican.
He is the adviser and the friend, iu fact, to
the American and English colony to u.
dcgiee never before attained by any mem
ber of the propaganda.
Tfcese results are in vivid contrast with
what was predicted would be the effect ot
the change at tile university. There was
a violent protest among many Catholics
atwi't the change, as the dismissal f rom the
university was regarded as a pointed
humlhtiation ot the learned aud amiable
president. The removal was printed to
have been a conspiracy on the part of
Cardinal Sntolll and Mgr. Schroeder, to
obtain t'ir the university a head who would
not pursue an American-Catholic policy, or
as they dubbed it, a "liberal policy."
Rlshop Kcane's removal was proclaimed
to be the wicked efflorescence of a
German party in the church, or, as it was
classically or mediaevally termed, the
BMiop Keane declined to be Interviewed
on any or the alleged grave issues of
the bind. He went into voluntary exile
on the Pacific coast, where he was dally
-written and speculated about volumi
"When he gave up the rectorship of the
university he was offered preferment in
America or Rome, at the latter place with
a compensation largely in excess, possibly,
of anything m America. Dr. Keane
thought it all over, and eventually ac
cepted the invitation to go to Rome, -where
he was soon invested with the authority
and offices hn now holds.
"Smce Dr Keane has been in Rome there
have been printed from time to time lucll
ctous stntie about Internecine strife among
the professors at the university, all grow
ing out of the mythical ultra-montanes and
their conspiracies. The burden or all the
btories was that the Tope had decided
acalnst the teachings of Dr. Keane.that
being American in America Uwasunvatican
and therefore must cea&e. "What happened
paralyzed the theorists because Dr. Keane,
who was accused or being heretical, was
elevated to a position which gave him
charge of universities, and Dr. Conaty,
ft thorough-going "American,' in fact, a
United States American, was given the
rectorship. Arcnbishop Ireland and Arch
bishop Keane are fast friends. The former
went to Jew York a day or two ago to
meet Dr. Keane on lus arrival from Rome,
aud It Is understood that Archbishop Ire
land will come here after his address to
the Q. A. R. at Buffalo.
One ot the pet theories ot a year ago
was that Archbishop Ireland and Arch
bishop Corrigan, or rather their alleged
differences of opinion, were the cause of
Dr. Keaue's removal. Archbishop Ireland's
American policy, which Tvaa ventilated
years ago in the .Faribault school contro
versy, gave rise to what has been igno
rantly called liberalism. It was assumed,
therefore'' that when Bishop Keane was
relieved of the rectorate the act was in
tended as a rebuke to Archbishop Ireland.
"When Dr. Keane was removed Archbishop
Ireland was Interviewed, and a press dis.
patch stated that he had said that the
trustees of the university ought to reinstate
the rector. This dispatch proved to be a
fake, and.as stated, Archbishop Ireland and
Dr. Keane were both honored at Rome in
the elevation of the latter. Archbishop
Corrigan still retains bis influence, and
there is peace so far, even among the
The coming of Archbishop .Keane will be
made the subject of rajoicing. As soon
as it was learned that he was coming,
--' oX. the largest Catkelic organizations
i Wv A
I MOST IMPORTANT PERIOD
OF OUR GREAT .'.
Begins TODAY. Our Fall Shoes i are near
ing completion, and we still have' a, good, many
more Shoes on hand than we .care to -have. We
shall winter over hardly a pair of Summer or
Spring Shoes this last price-cut -must: clean
them out within the next 10 days. i'Eb.ese are not
Shoes bought for the occasion, but tey are our
own guaranteed Shoes that you can now buy for
less than they can be made for but come quickly.
.Men's hnnd-sewed Shoes,
mack. Chocolate and Uxblood
.Laced, Gaiters and Oxford Ties,
$3, 3.50 and some ?4 values a
Men's and Boys' Tan Shoes;
oxrords lor men; 3 Mianes;
Laced and Oxford Ties for boys;
nearly ail felzes; were :?2 and JJ2.G0; now
.Ladies" rine !? Shoes;
Finest Chocolate Kid;
hand-sewed, welt and turn;
Laced and Button Boots
Ladles ?2.00 Ties and Juliets;
Botteot black, brown or mahogany.
Viol lud, band-tewed soles:
All shapes, nearly all tizes,
Ladles' Crash Linen Ties,
The coolebt and moat popular
Low bhoes or the scahoa;
S1.5U qualities cut to
Children's Tan and Black Shoes,
.Button, laced and sandals,
Misses' aud boyV sizes;
Uood wearers, splendid fitters,
RELIABLE SHOE HOUSES,
939 and 932 7th St. 1914 and 1916 Pennsylvania Ave.
233 Pennsylvania Ave. S. E.
In the clcj discussed the advisability of
a reception. No announcement ot
this Intention will, however, be made
until after his arrival here.
It is within the probabilities that the
visitor has a special mission, not only to
the church from the propaganda, but to
the universities irom the congregation
of studies. It is not probable, however,
that Dr Keane will speak of any educa
tional matcer he may be charged with
berore the. meeting or the trustees ot the
university in the fall.
Miss M. F. Ryan, of Washington, has ar
rived at the Stated, Long Branch, where
she will remain until September.
. Hr. and Mrs. John Thomas Bivans are
summeiing at Congress Hall, Cape May.
TJiBS Jessie Mclntyie, ot Hagerstown,
gave a straw ride to eleven couples to
Waynesboio recently in honor of Miss Ethel
Prmcc, of "Washington.
Messrs. R. L. aud C. L. Eurch aud "W.
Howard Boyd have returned to Washing
ton after spending several days at the
Potomac House, Clear Spring, Md.
Prof. J. O. Russell and Mr. and Mrs. J.
S. Holland are among the prominent Wash
ingtonians at Atlantic City.
Mrs. Grace Atkins, accompanied by her
sister, Mjss Elsie Carter, left yesterday Tor
a month's outing down In Maryland, as Tar
as Chesapeake Bay.
Archbishop Martinclli, apostolic delegate
and prior general of the Order ot St.
Augustin, is a guest at the monastery
at Atlantic City. He will spend two
weeks by the sea.
Miss Lillian N'ewbold, of this city, has
returned from a month's vacation at
Senor and Mrs. H. Guzman are lo
cated at a cottage in Chelsea, near At
Miss Ada McPherson, of Berkley, Va.,
who has been visiting Mrs. Edna Thomp
son for tho past two weeks, will be the
guest of Miss Flora Miller, ot No. 2254
Twelfth street northwest, after Tuesday.
George Bradley and wife and Mrs. Georgia
Kevins, of Washington, were registered
yesterday in Paris.
Miss Elizabeth J. Eidridge, daughter
ot Rev. E. O Eidridge, pastor ot Waugh
M. E. Church, and Mr. Charles Heinlein,
were married Thursday evening, at Waugh
Church. The ceremony was performed
by Rev. Dr. L. B. WHsou, presiding elder
of Washington District.
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, Mrs. H. B. Waddey,
Mr. and Mrs. Stevens, and Mrs Markbee,
were among the Washington guests who
attended the lawn party given by Mr. and
Mrs. R. E. Harris, at their home in Ger
mantown, in honor of their grandsons,
Lawrence and Harold Waters.
Mrs. E.Y. Alsop and Miss Florence Pea
body are visiting in Suffolk, Va.
Miss May Shipman is spending a fort
night at Deer Isle, Me.
Misse3 Margaret and Mamie O'Connor, or
Eckington, ler t yesterday for Atlantic City,
to join their father, Tvho has been staying
there throughout the summer.
Col. and Mrs. R. G. Rutherford have left
Goshen Bridge, Va.( and have gone to
Doubling Gap, White Sulphur Springs,
Miss Sally Gannon is spending some time
at Rectortown, Va.
A dancing party was given Thursday
evening by Mr. and Mrs. Warfield, at
Fairview. Among the guests were Mr.
and Mrs. A. C. Floyd, Miss Sadie Bacon,
Dr. Z. I. Nutfc. Mr. and Mrs: H: Shanklin,
Mrs. Edison Phillips, Miss J. A. Warren,
Mrs. A. E. Newlln, Misses Ida and Lyle
Lee, Mrs. 0. S. Maj. Miss Butterworth,
Misses Jennie and Catherine Davis, Col.
S.I. Irvine, Mrs. S. B. Pennebecker, Master
Clinton Peanebecker, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
White and Mrs: M. B.- Cartis; Major George
A. Arms, Col. and Mrs. Hawks and. Miss
Alice Hawks, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Chew,
tbeMisse Genevieve and May and Master
Shoe Sale l
1 1 W w F M w Chi
John Chew, Mrs. Ashton, Master Fred
Ash ton, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer, Miss E. M.
Piatt and Mr. and Mrs. Fry.
Miss Dot Baldwin, Miss Amanda "Wikon.
Master Earle Baldwin, and Mr. Edward
C. Spliedt have gone to Atlantic City.
to remain until Beptemler 1, chaperoned
by Mrs. Frank Baldwin..
Miss Mamie t-'ripp, who has been voic
ing Mrs. Joseph J. Fair, of No. 0-13 L
street, has gone to New York to visit
BIDS FOH GUN CARIUAGKS.
Uethlehem Iron - Cuuipuny Lowest
Amoriir Several Competitors.
Bids were recelved-at 3 o'clock yester
ilay in the Ordnance Bureau of the War
Department for -the conbtruction of five
disappearing gun cariiages, more or less.
The?e carriages are to be used by the
enormous guns to be built for coast de
fense. The eight lpids received were
as folkwg: ' ,
Kew Jersey Steel and Iron Company,
Trenton, K. J., five 'carriages, $43,S00
Miles Tool Works, Hamilton, Ohio, tw-j
carriages for '?3350Q each; three car
riages, $32,400 each; four carriages,
$32,000 each; five carriages; $31,800
Bethlehem Iron .Company, Bethlehem,
Pa., five c-irriagcsj $28,560 each.
Brown Hoisting andjCarrying Company,
Cleveland, Ohio, five carriages, $29,700
Weimar Machine Works Company, Le
banon, Pa., five carriages, $32,500 each.
Morgan Engine Company, Alliance, Ohio,
five carriages, $36,230 each.
William Cramp & Sons, Philadelphia,
five carriages, $34,371 each.
Southwork Foundry Company, Philadel
phia, one carriage, $38,500; two carriages,
$35,250; three carriages, $33,600; four
carriages, $33,000; five carriages-, $32,
600. The Bethlehem Iron Company was the
lowest bidder, and it is probable that it
will receive the award for thecontract.
MAILS TO MARTINIQUE.
United Sintes Consul Iteports
The United States consul at Martinique
relterateH 10 the Suite Department that
the mail facilities between the United
States and Martinique are wholly inade
quate and disadvantageous to that coun
try. He points out that it f requently takes
a month before ,a merchant can send a
letter or order from there to the United
Sutes. The Quebec- Steamship Company
carries the malls from the United States to
tho island. A vessel leaves New York every
twelve days for this point.
All ijtpainersot this line carry freight and
land at every island, which consumes from
twelve to fifteen days. After leaving Mar
tinique for Barbadoes or Demarara vessels
frequently sail from these points direct to
the Unitod States, thus leaving Martinique
without any mall facilities whatever. In
consequence of this, merchants who deal
with the United States and are anxious to
please all ot their customers here, are com
relhd fiVtUHMitly to order j;oods from Lar
badoes or other English points.
The island pays no subsidy for carrying
the mails away, and, as there is hardly
ujiything exported from the island m .
United States, the steamship company does
not care to incur the expense of landing at
Martinique for the mails.
FORGERS OF MILEAGE BOOKS.
A Couple That TicKet Brokers "Need
tci TTntcli Out For.
Cleveland, Aug-13. Ticket brokers nave
recently been warned not to Invest in
Baltimore and Ohio mileage books, bear
ing the stamp ot Cumberland, Md. Tester
day, a well-dressed couple visited several
brokers here, and tried to sell Baltimore
and Ohio books. They had registered at
the American House as R. 0. Lucas and
-wire. Today the police arrested the wo
man, but the man slipped through their
ringers. In the room occupied by the
couple were over, $800 worth ot bogus
Baltimore and Ohio mileage books.
Comptroller Eckels Goes West.
Mr. Eckels, Comptroller of the Cnrrenoy.
will leave Washington today, to bo ab
sent about a monthi He will mako a
epeech at Detroit on the 18th intrant,
and will then go to Chicago, Salt Lake
and to thfr Yellowstone Park-.
Every afternoon and evening during the week, an entire new and novel program in the
T5n.ir.nii' "Ffiirmnsi Wnnrifirt Ore.linstra. Directed bv Caroline B. Xioliols.
EUGENE A. NE1DERT,
American Champion Trick Cyclist.
Afternoons at 3-
Take the- Great Falls Electric Road direct from the term Inns of tlie Capital Traction
and Metropolitan Roads, Washington mid Glen Echo Kali road, viu 7th, 14th, TJ Htreet, to'
Chevy Chase Circle; also Georgetown uud Tenleytowii Hoad, connecting at 32d and M
streets -with Metropolitan find Capital Traetlon (through curb).
Tho only sale water Bathln? Beach Within
Easy Access to
"With puro bracing sea air aud good surf.
At 9 A. n.
The only excursion steamer running direct
ly to this report without stop. From Clyde
Wharf, foot ot Gth st. aw.
Grand Family Excursion,
EVERY SEOND AY & PltlDAX,
Round trip faro .... 25c.
Local office, 1321 F St. 11. w.
An Ideal spot to spend
Sunday in, amidst delight
ful scenery and cool
MACALESTER leaves 7th
St. Wharf on Sunday at
11a. m., 2:30 and 6:30
Cafe on steamer. Meals
a la cane at theexcellent
Fare, round trip,
Fifty-five miles down tho Poto
mac. Splendid salt water bathing,
crabbing, fishing, etc. The steamer
River Quepn leaves Macalester's
wharf every Sunday, Tuesday and
Thursday at 9:30 a. m. Delightful
sail ot four hours; four hours' stay
at the grounds: home at 9:30 p. m.
Excellent moals on the boat; good
hotel accommodation on thegrounds.
NO DUST. NO DIRT.
"Quickest anl Safest Route"
n.allvlexcent Sundaviat 10 a. m. and 2:30
11. m. lteturniinr. reach the city at 2 and 6
0. 111. FAKE, ROUND TRIP, 50c. Admis
sion to grounds. 25C. ELEGANT CAFE
jUN THE STEAMER. Tickets, with Mount
ernon admission coupon, Tor sale at wharf
and at hotels.
L. L. BLAKE, Captain.
The Only Salt Water Bathing
Kesorfc in the Vicinity of
Eftlcient train service. Low rates.
Trains leave li. & O. fatatlon, week dayB,
9:15 a. m., 4:30 p. m.; Sundays, 9:35
a. m., 1:30 anu a:io p. m.
Bound-trip tickets, 50 cents.
"or the 4:30 p. m. train, 75 cents will
be charged, and 25 cents refunded upon
return oi coupon, to ayenc at 'Washington
A delightful trip or 70 miles on Chesa
peake Bay, on the morning boat to Balti
more and return, for 25 cents. Tickets
lor sale on Cafe Porch upon arrival of
morning train from Washington.
Popular Salt Water Trips
To plcturegquo Lower Potomac and all tba
Eumnuir resort3 resumed SATURDAY, June
2U. Steamer T. V. Arrowhtnith leaves 7ta
EC. ferry wharf every Monday smd Wednes
day, 3 p. in., and Satuiday at i p.m. Home
Bunday, 10 p. in. Accommodations first
ciauu. O. W. RIDLEY, G. II
"White SilBlir SpiiiK Va.,
Near Warrentun, FauqnJe-r Co.
The most perfectly equipped health and
pleasure resort In the south. Prices to
Buitthe times. Magnificent acenerr. Water
unsurpassedla Dyspepsia, DropsyandNerv
ous Troubles. Send for Illustrated clroo
lars. Address PROPEIETOR WHITB
BULPHUR SPRINGS, Near Warrenton,
Fauquier Co., Va. je26-2mo
A PALACE IN THE MOUNTAINS,
'Ifor beauty ot architecture and ele
eauoe or equipment, THJ3 ALLiJUHA
NX.' at Goshen, Va., haa not a rival
among the summer resort hotels of
America. Located in the heart ot the
Alleghanles, where the climate la al
ways cool and Invigorating, amidst Bcen
ery or wondrous beauty, its advantages
as a summer home are unequalled."
Sulphur, Alum and Chalybeate Water
Address J. 0. 8. TIUBERLAK&
w At 6:30 p.m. K
Round I .
Woman Orchestra, .Directed by Caroline B. Nichols.
in their great Comedy Horizontal Bar Act,
entitled the "Chinaman and the Rube."
Baritone of the
JSausclier's Superb Glcn-Eclio-Dinncr (o to 9), 7o Cents.
Admission to Grounds FREE.
jlong the Picturesque Palisades of the Potomao
AND NOT AROUND THROUGH THE BACKWOODS.
Of course everybody who wants to visit
Cabin John or Glen IScbo wants to go there by
the quickest and most attractive route. To do
this 3tou must take the
WASHINGTON AND GREAT FALLS
Union Station, Georgetown Cor. 36th St. and Prospect Aye.,
THE TERMLXCS OF THE
GREEN ELECTRIC CABS
QBE! CABLE CABS
No Changing Oars.
Unless j'ou tvatit to go out around .Robin Hood's Barn
Take the Great Falls Line,
Wnicn lands yon at CABIN JOHN BRIDGE.
;XO OTHER ROUTE CAX OR WILYL!
GRAND FAMILY EXCURSION
Under the Auspices ot tha
German Central Yerein,
Consisting of all tho German Societies ut
the District ot Columbia.
TO RIVER VIEW,
SUNDAY, AUGUST 15
Palace Steamer Samuel J". Pentz leaves
ber -wharf at 1L a. m.., 2:30,4-30 an16:30
p. m. Returning at 1, 3:30, 5:30 and 9:80
p. m .
TICKETS 25 CENTS.
SHOOT THE CHUTE
Steamer Samuel J. Pentz Dally at 10
a. m., 2 and 6:45 p. m. Sunday, at 11
a. m., 2:45 and 6:15 p. in.
Personally Conducted. Excursions
Every Sunday, "Wednesday, Fri
day und Saturday.
Dancing day and evening, except Sun
day. Bundavs Concert by River View Orches
tra, Chris. Arth, Jr., conductor.
Tickets, 25 cents; children, 15 cents.
FAMILY DAY EVERY SATUltDAY.
Tickets, 10 cents to all on the 10 a. m.
nT.TS;rii 1W0 mver View. Wcilnes-
dav and Saturday a7.1.10, o, o,uuuiu:ou
D m.i aud Suudavs,j& 5, 7:30 andU.3Up.ia.
v' E. S. KANDSLL, Sole Proprietor.
Oar. 11th street and university place,
one block west ot Uroadway. Noted
lor two things
First-class rooms at $1 per day and
uDWard: on tne European iuun.
U & E.PREXEXiE.
is conducted strictly upon tha European
plan ror the summer months, with cafe
charges as moderate as any rirst-class
restaurant in the State. Gooa rooms can
be had for $1.00 per day and upward,
Henry J. Bang, Propr.
Booms with Board $2-50 per day and up
wards. Booms without board $l and up-
Most central in tho city; near all elevated
roads, street car Unqs, principal places of
amusement, business centers and the large
transfer to all parts or the city.
gTEAM RKAT- JyKXJmo
Ja T. O'BRIEN
Castle Sq. Co.
Evenings at 8.
(F Street Line) of the METROPOLITAN
RAILWAY, With FREE TRANSFERS to and
from its NINTH STREET and CONNECTICUT
AVENUE Lines and the NEW YORK AVENUE
Line (Columbia Railway).
(Avenue Line) of the CAPITAL TRAC
TION COMPANY, vrith FREE TRANFERS to
and from Its SEVENTH STREET and FOUR
TEEN IH STREET Lines.
Cool River Braeze3,
And River Views all along
At National Park Today.
Washington vs. Brooklyn,
ADMISSION 25 and B0 CENTS.
Game Called at 4:30 p. m.
The Southern Maryland Fair
At Upper Marlboro, Md.,
AUGUST 17. 18, 10, 20.
Trotting, Pacing, Running and Steeplechase.
Special tram leaves Sixth ss. at 10.30
a. m Leaves Marlboro at 6:15 p. m.
HO, FOR THE GRAND CRAB FEAST
Mrs. S. Lurick's,
No. 132G Sixth Street Southwest,
SATURDAY EVENING ff TO 11. LL
MDSIC AND DANCING
This Even! n? irom 6 to 10,
nnrt CTPrrpTpnln? tnrp:ifrr until nnhn
I Music by the members of tho United States
Marine Hand. Come up to the large oak
grove and get cool.
Sacred concert by members of the Marina
Band every Sunday.
Cnurches invited. New electric cars
run from Navy Yard Bridge to Congress
Heights. Basket picnic parties welcomo.
KEKNAN'6 LYCEUM, THEATER.
All This Week.
Matinees Tuesday, Thursday andSaturday.
A Merry Inaugural Allraslioi
2 Ximv Burlesques 2
20- Graceful, Gushing Girls 20
Next Week - The Bon Ton Uurlesquers.
Have you seen them?
Have you tried thorn?
If you have, you ore glad to knovr thai
you can try them again at
CSievy Chase Lake
If you have not, you doa'S know wnai
you nave missed.
DoDcti's Band and dancing every ovca
ing on the pavilion. JeB-tf.mn
W. E. TELLER, Mgr., late of Ben
52. BO to $4 per day.
Pennsylvania ave., bet.tith and thatt..
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