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THJ5 HOEJSrrNG TIMES, FRIDAY SEPTJEMBJER 10, 3 897.
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NERVOUS TROUBLES ah lands curcd
-With ANIMAL LXTRACTiS h'Tre book
tells how Washington Chemical Co.,
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IS II BED H55
An International Conference May
Protect American Insignia.
OLARA BABTOS GOES ABROAD
The .Secretary of State Accredits
the I'roaideut und Dr. HuWxjll
nnd Mr. Pullman to Vienna. Con
tention Topics for Discussion
-I'rotootautf tile Ancient Sljjn.
IPr.s Clara. Barton and two staff of
ficers left the city yesterday for Vienna.
As stated In The Times u few days ago,
Mlse (Sara Barton is to attend the in
!tGaatSnal ooafercacc or the Bed Cross.
wMcfc will be held Ht Vienna. Austria,
on the uth insiawt.
SlUs Barton j:e mn tlie officiul repre
sentative of ttri. country and will make a
irvnorr le the Pioskieitt jirobsbly before
the assembling of Cougccss.
Socrtwy Sticrmau certified to the desig
natiea. yesrday, of Miss Burton, presi
dent an treasurer of the American lied
Cross Peiccv; Julian B llubbtill. general
field goM, and Mr George II. ruHman,
ecromiry of tac orsmdratUrti, a delrgaxes
to the conference, wtiicli will be of tlie
inost iHKrtance in tho ldbtorj of the in
-liKKh Miss Barun has been asked to
MflbcJ rcr ovn topics ior ditonssfc.ii there
iltfre Occm reerired numerous letters frort.
old w.rfd delegates m which there are
httng expressions that site speak on the
"wort. of Ute Amencaji fcoeiety m Armenia.
Miss Barton's report has been ent to Eu
repc and has. Iwon -ertdently very gen
OFAlly aiifl apprertatavrfy rend.
1UB JUrlon said, a. day or two ago, that
ie proposed leaving h-re on the hth lubt
Oae-of te )itiwtlH' matters tht lvill
probably be diKcossed by the conference
is the b taming for tae Hel Ctost Society
C America the excinve right to the uhe
of die HKr,ie lied Croats."
Abio not generally Lnown nearly all the
oounbrite in the &rl (iwM treaty or .alli
ance have by law givjn to their societies
the exclusive nse of the Utle. Tiie laws
enacuse! u. give this rjgiit provide heavy
penaltiiii for breaking them.
At fcw or three sessaons of Congress
3ustjo-,ed there Jiave been bills to give
ttds protection to the Red Crobs It is
tjaia, howerer, tliat they have been de
twjO& by several of Uioe interested in
irmnfiUEures, which have been designated
with the red cross It is regarded as a
very catchy label, or tile, or trade-mark-
& bill In thfsinlciest once passed the Sen
ate and House, but it failed to become a.
law lcoaof e it "was one of the bills which
rrcsirtent Cleveland failed to ign.
Secretary Slicrman'i, jIuMerplece.
Zw that it has leen determtnd that
.lr. Shermuncan roakea-speeohin the Ohio
oiuiuugn so admiUy that he "will wit hai t
anybody, he -will so home ext Weeli to
Mabh40 4UM1 j;ieiHre Hn- iaMriMie
Tlie aieoresarv say he 3ms not yet decided
ou a definite dale for (he delivery .if his
cpeec1n the Ohio tsmipaign, nor -will he
uum the rrosidenl retcrns itnd he can
nMRvlfe rtm as to l he best time he can leave
Hellnmy Storer 3Ioves.
Minister Bellamy Storer, of Cincinnati,
now -envoy extraordinary of the United
States-to Belgium, informs tlie State De
partment that hehasmoved thelesition at
lirassel' nd the offices are now ,jn the
Kinn0 floor xnd very convenient for masi
nass, whli-h is, however, rather slack.
Brlgham ti Stnmp Ohio.
Assistant Secretary Bnghnm, of tho
lQPRrtmopt of Agrlcoil Jire, intends to
llkingc into the Oiiio -campaign the 2oth
i;tnt and to devote his entire month's
wentton u- a stumping tour for the "whole
Anierlon bailor Dro-wned.
UewcUyn Perry, an American sailor on
the 'steamer Evelyn, or JCew York, is re
ported by thi Cniten States consul at An
twerp -as having ben drowned by accl
dent at that pert August 11.
Vice Consul Appointed.
Jolm l:. Burchell lias leen appointed
United .States -ice Consul at Sydney, X. S.
Avoid the Crowded Street Cars
A.nd tedious ferries. Through trains to
AUantic City, ia rennsylvanla Ball road,
'next Saturday -and Sunday. S on
Bullimore and ?etuin vin B. fc O.
For all trains Saturday -anaSundav, valid
for j-etum until "Monday, -$l5 for the
round trip. sel-Ct-em
The Eloquent Divine flakes
Some Interesting Remarks.
UE DAS COME HOME TO STAY
The Co-Pantor of tbe First Preshy
torian Church Predict. Genernl
Joy lu Xovemljer-nis Theories
ou Dnrd Work In tlie IVest "Will
Preach a Sermon ou Sunday.
Dr. T DeWittTalrne, tlieeloquent and
famous oo-pafctor o" the i-'arst Bresbyterian
Church, this city, returned here last .night
after a long vacation. Theother members
nf his iTainily will remain in Basthamptou
until about Ocfcjbsr 1. Ur. Talniage came
here direct fron: the Easthampton home.
He wa called on last night at 1400
Mnssachnwii" avenue, to which he had
just returned. Be was m excellent humor,
looking well after hlh journcyinga U and
fio on the face or the earth. Be was, of
course, glad to get back to AVnshingtoii.
"And you jire to sts r itere continuously
in your present chareY'
"Why , ir onrse. TheTamors about my
going t-lcv.'liere itr aijstrrd and without
tic ii;litt fonndtIa falsehoods out
of the whole cloth.'
Dr Talmage paid that he has been
speaking two huurs a day for about five
weeks And had .grown fat on tlie exer
cise. He as certainly fat, no matter what
was the icgiine. He has visited a great
many Chaytauquas, his farthestState West
being Nebraska. Dr Tahnugein hlsannual
trijiB hut, already isitcd 70 out of the
125 Chautauu;uus in the T'nited States.
What impresi-ed Br. Talniage most, per
haps, he bald, was thr randaiid Iwunteous
harvest Be had trtui ixi along 400 miles
of wheat and corn fieliie. The wheat crop
cut was of the best, and the corn to be
harve&wd would be an equally rid. crop
The wtiole roji.uy.in fact, wus prosperous
JJr Tnlmu'ge was asked if he saw in
tlie bourgeoning crop 8 and other Incidents
of proeperiSj the result of the last elec
tion. Uc Rrr.iied, evudftig an answer that
would InvoUe poUuc.1 discusdiou or
I would rather Trot ennsider the sub
ject in that way," lit said, " 'but 1 think
the country is agreed that prosperity
began ivLcu Cougro. sojourned."
"Antecedent and consequent""
'I don't mean it m that way," he
said. I moan tliat when Congrt-ss ad
journed there came ti couvlctina that
it had glvt-n the Eiibjpct before it full
consldfr&tiou, and had acted wiselj. The
iinrest Wtt over and Londitlons adjusted
Br. Tnlmage was asked when he thought
this prosperity would become so general
that it Would permeate all classes and coa
"By abriut the 1st of KoTeniher," he
replied, promptly, and then, poetically,
'ttils prosperity's advance is like that
of tin tide. It does not touch all .shores
atthe-H&inotime nor riwj to thesameheight
against all the WlLs. 1 hae an abiding
faith, howerer. in the Providence who will
give to t-34-h Iris share of die common good
Ir. Talniage will preach on Sunday atthe
Tirst Prhj terian Church. Be has not yet
selected his theme.
PENSION CLERKS MURMUR
Not to Be Gonstracd as Chargrs
Asaiust the Commissioner.
Statement of Commlhsinner Bice, of
the Civil Service Board, and the
Sfccretury of the Interior.
There have been no charges filed against
ConMnihsloni r of Tensions Evanb by the
Civil Service Commission. This is the
statement of Commissioner Rice and of
Secretary Bliss, of the Interior Depart
ment. What has been magnified into al
leged crarges was the fact that seerul
ilerkf of the Tension Office, who for
various reasons have been either reduced
in payor dismissed by Commissioner Evans,
h7e made complaint at tlie Civil Service
Comsilbbi'jn that they had been disc-rim
Commissioner Bice, in the discharge of
his duties, has to listen to many com
plaints Such complaints constitute S5 per
cent ol the business of his office.
Some of them com c-from the Pension Of
fice clerks, some from the Treasury, some
ficun the othei departments, and all have
to be considered. Commissioner lilce re
quires the pcrwin making tlie complaint
to make it in wiiung, and then he sim
ply -pnsses the paper on to the head of
Hit department under whose jutisdiction
That was done a week or so ago in
the case of several complaints made by
clerks in the Tension Office. Enemies of
ComrnlEsloner Evans circulated the story
that charges had been filed against him,
and the story was magnified by a report
that Comm-ssioner Evans and Secretary
Bhhs were barely on speaking terms and
that there was much friction between
them. Secretary Bliss yesterday abso
lutely denied that tnere was any friction
between hlmsoir and the Commits loner,
while Commissioner Evuus also made a
similar denial. Secretary Bliss also de
nied that charges had been filed with
him against the Commissioner, and stated
that the complaints were of such a
trivial and uulnformal nature that he
had not given them Eerious attention, us
such things come up every day.
Com .istfoner lt(cv. o, the Civil Service
Commission, explained that the com
plaints were not-chnrges, but that he was
obliged to consider them. Be stated,
however, that such things were constantly
coming up. and they were not confined to
the Pension office. Similar cases were
always happening In all of the departments.
A Gallant Soldier Dend.
Capt- Samuel Conlbe, Fourteenth In-fautry,-vhose
death at st.I.ul.e's Hospital,
New Vork. Tan announced ut the "War De
partment yesterday, was the ranking cap
tain of the arm and would have been pro
moted to major very soon. He had a re
markable record timing the war, having
been hrevctted Bcccessively through all
ranks, including brigadier general nf vol-cineeru.fort-onspicuous
gallantry an many
Bennington at Uawnil.
Admiral Miller at Honolulu has notified
the Xavy Department of the arrival of
the Bennington there August 23, enabling
him teoidei the Marion backto San Fun
Cisco. The flagship Ran rraucisco sailed
rrom Hj.vre today f-ir Southampton, and
the AnnaiJOllR left Tort Monroe for Ten
sacola to watch filibusters.
$2.00 to IMiilndelphln ana Bet am
via l'ennsvlvania Rnllrnnti. -rinoct: ,,-!.
finest trains. Excursion Sunday neit.
The marriage of Miss Bachel Cameron,
daughter of ex-Senator Cameron, to Chan
ler Hal-, son of Senator Hale, has been set
for the Inst AVeek of this jnouth, and pos
sibly ou September 29, at the Cameron
home near Harrixburg, Pa. Soon after
their Wrddltig the couple will leave for
Borne, where Mr. Hale will take up his
duties as secretary ol the American em
hassy there. Mr. Hale succeeded hi hlb
posillon Lars Ajuleoxm. who reMgnert and
became thehusl.audoi Miss ltabt'l Tuiklmi
of Boston. Slnte the depaiture of Mr. and
Mrs. Auaersnn from this country for the
Oiient tiny have .stepped almost entirely
out ofsight for the time being. News con
cerning themat ITouoluIu has bcenreceived
to the etfect that they gave a dinner at
that ibolated city, entertaining Admiral
and Mrs. Teardslee, Mr. and Mrs. Hay
wood. Capt. Cotton, Lieut. Commander
Briggs, Capt. Book and Lieut. Porter.
Miss Si.IIaye Swayse, daughter of Chief
Clerk Swavs, of the Treasury Department,
who has been visiting her father during
the paht week, will relura to Plaiufield,
N. J., tomorrow. Mr Swaj'b family
will come to "Washington for the winter
about the lj-t of October.
Mr. Edward Marshall Kcvils, of Frank
Jin, Tcnu., and MIts Evylyn II. Dodu;e, of
this city, were quietly married September
7, by the Bev. Mr. Hclsse, at his resl
denct, 509 Third street north n est.
Irs. George Sclilclcher and daughters,
MaitiKi and Dena, arrived yesterday after
noon from Peoila, 111., and will visit for
sevetal weeks at Prof. J. B. Keeue'd
country home, "Groveland," Brightwood,
It. C. Miss Dena is on her wa) to Vansar
Colle-je, which she enters on the 15th
Miss Katie Lee, daughter of Mr. Dallas
M. I.ee, of Queen Anne, and Mr. Joseph U.
Steele, of "Washington, were married Tues
day in Billsboro'.Md., Methodist rpiscopa!
Uiurchby Bev. G. W. Burks.orSt MIchnelS,
abastcd by Bev. V. Y. Carpenter. The
brklesiiialdB were Miss Laura Lee and MHs
Hester Hunch, of "Washington. TheusheM
were Howard, Austin, and John Bunch, or
"WuKlungt'jSi; O. W.Burke, of Danville. Va :
and Liu Duffy, -of Illllsboro'. The bride
wore a gown or white taffeta silk, trimmed
wuh white taffeta ribbons and lace, and
carried a bouquet of white rosebuds. Mlsi
Laura Lee wore whits organdie over pink
un-1 carried pink carnations. Miss Bunch
wore white organdie over Nile green and
carried white carnations. During the en
trance tn and depurture from the church
Miss Elizabeth Bartou played "0, Promise
Me," and Mendelssohn's wedding march
The German Club, or Berryville, Va., gave
Its last dance ol the searon In Winston Hall
on Tuesday night, which was attended by
a oiumoer or Washingtonians, among them
being Miss Vlrgic Morris, Mias Gcneiieve
Middletou and Miss Tally Litllepage, Mr.
Duncan Bradley and Mr. Powell Minne
Ecroae, of Alexandria.
Mlra Anna Marie Collla., of Willlamiport,
Md , and Mr. James Tercy McCardcll, son
or Capt Ambrose McCardcll, of Wllliams
pcrt, were married tinietly in this-rity on
September 7, at St. Stephen's Carbolic
Church. Bev Father O'Connell officiating
Mr. and Mr McCardel! Iert Immediately
for a bridal Jauat Xorth and later will re
turn to Willianibport to receive the con
gratulations of their relatives and friends,
to whom the marriage was a pleasing sur
Mre E. G. U. Stater, daughter or the
late Mrs. William Gammell, expects to
have a Trench chateau bmlt upon her
place on the clirfs at Newport, faring
down her Small cottage, which now stands
Mr. Daniel Chrlsl v. the only son jf the
late Arthur Christy of Anacostla, who
mis man led recently an England, is now
In Washington. t"
Senator Morgan, of Alabama, .sailed
Wednceday from Ran Franci&co, on tho
steamer Australia, for HouohJu.
Mies Mae Boucher is visiting her aunt,
Mrs. J. P. Sheppard, of Uagerstown, Md
The Barnes-MacGregor marriage will
take place at the Eastern Preybyteriau
Church on September 13.
Mrn. Knight, cf Washington, who has
been spending the summer with Mrs. S.
C. Cook, at her home, in Minneapolis.
Minn., will return to the city this week.
Mrs. Ten Ejck and Mrs. Eoanh, Loth
of Washington, are making an extended
trip through the West. They are now in
Minneapolis, Minn., visiting Mrs C. K.
Davis, who has an attractive home on
Capt. and Mrs. Foote, of "Washington,
are the gi.csts of Mr. Susan Duncan, of
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Houghton celebrated
the twentieth anniersary of their mar
.rjage ou Tuesday evening at their home,
Pioneer Cottage, 'OLean Grove. Heralded
by the strains of a wedding march Mrs.
Houghton, gowned in Jilt wedding dress,
entered the parlor with air. Houghton,
where they Were welcomed by the Bev.
Page Milburn with a .speech of congratula
tion, whit h wn-supplemented by tne well
Wishes of their many guests. The house
and grounds were picturesquely decorated
with lanterns andrefreshments Were served
In the dining halls, which Were beautifully
arranged with flowers and plants.
Among those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Rcdln Woodward, Mr. and Mrs. Stlncmetz,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Allen, Mr and Mrs
Strang, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Hughes, Mr.
and Mrs Fane, Mr. and Mts. Mirchenson,
Mr. andMrs..Norllnger,Dr. andMrs.Parcb
er and Mr- and Mrs. Frank Boath.
A .number of her young frleuds gathered
p.t the home of MIbs BtllcMesser Wednes
day evening to celebrate the fourteenth
anniversary of her birth. Among those
who enjojed tho music, games and dainty
refreshments were Misses .May Sanford,
May Pnrker,.Katie Luuican.May Lanlgan,
Etta Baker, Maggie Carroll, JMamie -De
Atley and sister, Lola Garner, llabel
Davis, Battle Evleth. Elva Fatmce and
s'stor. Masters Evleth, Davis, Johnson,
Dant, Collins, Mehan, Hepburn, Lash, Wil
liams, Bower,soxand W. Campbell.
Mr. Frank B.Martin with his sister. Mrs.
Augustus Laney, and her son. Master
Theodor6 Laney, are home from Ocean
Mr. Charles Chamberlain announces the
marriage of his daughter. Miss Allle V.
Chamberlain, to Mr jr. Herbert BuddAu-pustJ-H,
1897, atthe resinenceofthebride's
uncle, in Philadelphia.
Two Fall Days
At the greatest scabhore lefcort on earth.
An extraordinary onnortuuitv. S'A.nn
Tound trip. To Atlantic City, via Penn
sylvania Eallroad Saturday and Sunday.
Apply to ticket agents. se9-3t
$1.00 Washington to Baltimore
and return, via Fennpjlvanla Bailroad, on
Sunday next. The standard railroad of
America. Tickets good on all trains Sep
tember 12. seS-Sfc
S2.00 to Philadelphia nmnetani
via Pennsylvania Bailroad, the peprless
route-finest trains running between the
two cities. Great excursion Sunday next
MRS. GLADMON BRINGS SDIT
of a Prominent PJiysiciau
Wishes a Divorce.
CIuiuiM That Do Separated From
Her "Without nenwon Ahlw for
Custody of the Children.
Mrs Mirgret B. Glddmou filed a peti
tiuu in the equity court prajhig that her
husband, Di. Edwin Gladmon, beconipelled
to allow her permanent alimony, that she
be granted a dlvorceand also the custody
and guardianship of their two boys. The
bill of cumphiat accompanying the peti
tion recites at length the domestic trouble
between petitioner and her husband.
It recites tUe fact that Dr. Gladmon is a
well-known phybiClanWith a large practice
in the noi theastern section of the city, aud
alleges tnat until six 'mouths ago he lhed
with petitioner hi t'licir common residence, at
the corner of New Jersey avenue md E
Previous to tnat time he had been a
kiud and faithful husband, when suddenly
he left the house and opened a sanitarium
at No 248 Delaware avenue northeast.
The ostitloner states that Dr. Gladmon
immediately placed in charge of his estab
lishment mc Mrs. Laura "Weimar
Mrs Gladmoc's petition recites that Mra.
Weimar bought furniture and other things
and conducted herself as though she were
thelawjul wifeof the petitioner's huaband.
The petition further reciter that Dr. Glad
mon adopted a riystcmatlo course of at
tempts to induce hsr to apply for a divorce,
and that her husband has frequently driven
by petitioner's house with Mrs. "Weimar,
and that the latter has vavcd her hand
in the direction of tho house, plainly show
ing 'a desire to torment ner. Particulars
of alleged tnp-s nnd excursions taken bv
her husbaud with Mrs Weimar are recited.
The petlticu closes with the prayer that
the court will direct her husband to allow
her a proper sum for her permanent main
tcr.anco with the custod3'of the children.
Mr. Glidiiiou was seen last night at his
sanitarium on Delaware avenue north
east, relative to the allegations made by
hLs wife. He said:
"I would not say anything about the
mattf-r were it not for the fact that
the fair name of another has been drag
ged into connection with my difficulties
with tr.y wife. Eveu as it is, I prefer
to reserve my reply to nuke it at the
pioper time Intlw courts.
'All that I nave to say now Is that the
charges are all raise. My family troubles
date bick many years and not six months
-Although Jiving in the same house with
Mrs. Gladmon up to six months ago "i
was virtually separated from her for a
long time previously- She knew that I
intended to establish a sanitarium and,
in fuct, agreed to move from the house
ou Vow Jersey avenue and leaves me tn
possession Bhe did not do so and for
that reason, without any secrecy and with
tier fidi knowledge, I establihed myself
"Mrs. "Weimar Is the matron and had
general supenJslon of the house and the
nurses and the patients 1 engaged her
because I believed her to be competent aud
time has proved her so. Any other woman
in tne same position would have been sub
jected to the same calumny at the hands of
Mrs. Gladmon. Of this tliose who know
us tali., ry patients and friends, who are
aware of the troubles T have suffered
under for years, are well uware. Mrs.
Gladmon hasf or years been under the influ
ence or Kuiritualistle mediums, who have
had full control of her.
"There is nothing more I care to say at
this time. My vindication will come when
the case comes to trial "
opposition' to demas.
Hepuhlirnn Party iii Louisiana Split
Over His Nomination.
New Orleans, Sept. 9 -The nomination
of ex-Slate Senator lemas as United
States uaval officer at the port of New
Orleaus, ha stirred up excitement among
Bepubllcans here The Sixteenth ward
club yestprdny drew up rebolutioip to t e
IransrritXcd to the President announcing
that they would withdraw rrom the lie
publican party If Demas' nomination Is
Jiot recalled, and other dubs will do like
The protest to 'be presented declares
that Dwufls was fleeted as a delegate to
the St Louis convention as a Beed man,
and after pledging "himself to voto for
Iteecl;thnt he wrote to Reed that he would i
support 11m; that ho solicited money at
the same time from the McKluley man
agers in the North to pay tha railroad
fares and hotel bills of the delegates at
St. Louis, and pocketed Itr the delegates
not getting a cent.
He Is also charged in the protest with
selling his vote .it various times to the
Nlcholls managers In 1877 and to the
Ltjulnlana Lottery Company in 1891.
The nomination of Demas has badly
split the Republican party in Louisiana aud
every Bepublican paper in the State re
pudiates him and protests against the nom
ination as thoroughly bad and unfit.
11ER SHAME CAUSED SUICTDE.
Unmarried Mother ISnde
X,lfe by Poisoning.
Nori"lk, Va., Sept.9.-Miss Lula Cutchln,
Surrolk. committed suicide yesterday by
taking poison. Shortly after midnight,
her bister, who was sleeping in the room
with her, was aroused by her heavy and
unnutural breathing. Medical aid was
summoned, but all too late. The unfortu
nate woman died at 5:30 o'clock. About
the 1st of August Miss Cutchln oecanie a
mother, but the child died tho day or its
Two young married men, prominent in
proressional and social life, were connected
by common rumor with her misfortune, and
the social fabric of the town was almost
rent asunder by the scandal. The girl
resolutely kept 1 tin along time, but lately
made a statement to her father, in which
she exonerated one of the inen, and Impli
cated the other. Legal steps were at once
begun for the redress of her wrong, but her
self-inflicted death put an end to the pro
ceedings. Miss Cutchln was a member of theMetho
dht Church, and, prior to her fall, was the
lending soprano In the choir.
JUISS DDRTCH FAINTED AWAY.
Just Before Becoming Mrs. Long
htrcet She Fell In u Swoon.
Atlanta, Ga.,Sept.9. -There wasa slight
Incident connected with the wedding of the
old Confederate hero, Longstreet, yester
day, and Miss Dortch, that for a few mo
ments caused quite a qousternation in the
llttleassir.blageof guests at thecercmony.
Thih was the slight delay of the bride
and the explanation of it.
occurred just before Miss Dortch started
rrom her room for the parlor. Slie "wtls
nervous and somewhat excited, and Just
as uhe was Teady to leave the Toom her
strength failed and she fell in a complete
Taint. Restoratives were promptly ap
plied, however, and she very soonrecovered
and a rew moments afterward became
the bride of the soldier, of many battles.
The Greufest Board "Walk
In the world. Atlantic City's grand prom
enade. Fashion's' paTade. Go sec it on
the Pennsylvania, Railroad's $2.00 excur
sion next Saturday fand Sundav. Sneciai
through tralnb each way. 8e9-3t
In tho Great Amphitheater E. MIDDLETON, Jr., IHanasor.
THIS AFTERNOON AT 3--TON1GHT AT 8.
NEW VAUDEVILLE ATTRACTIONS.
MADEMOISELLE ATLAS on the Aerial Globe.
THE AMERICAN TRIO, Eccentric Acrobats.
MARY P. L0CKW00D, Mezzo Soprano.
Rauscher's Superb Glen
Admission to Grounds FREE.
"T A ICES' Great rails Electric- Boad, WaHbhiRtiin and Glon Echo Railroad via 7lh, lJtb and U Streets to Chnvr Chase Circlet
B iIto tilao Georgetown nnd Toiileytowu itoud. connecting at 32d and 31 streets with Capital Traction cars aud with tho
Metropolitan lino nt 32d and 1 Hireets.
WASHINGTON AND GREAT FALLS
- wELEGTBIO RAILWAY CARS
Which leave 36th Street every Fifteen Minutes
At 36th Street you connect directly Avith
TEENTH STREET Lines.
-No Walking-. NO Inconvenience. These are the only cars that run to Cabin
A Car for Bicycles and other Freight at Frequent Intervals."
DON'T BE MISLED. Take the Green Cable or Green Electric Cars at any part
of the City and connect directly with the only through route by which a HALF HOUR is
saved in either direction.
IERNAN'S LT' hum Til rater.
ALL, THIS WEEK.
Matinees TuesduyTTbursday and Saturday.
Replete Willi Isoelties.
BRYA3T & VATS0'--
SUPREME, SPICY. SENSATIONAL.
20 BEAUTIFUL RELLES 2J
Next Week The Prencli Tolly Com
Concert nnd International Drill
under tbe direction ut Emily Snnter
for the benefit of the rytUian Me
morial Temple Fuud, Frldnj-, Sept.
10, 1807, at 8 p. in.
General admission, 25c; Reserved Seats,
25c evtra. Box office open Wednesday,
Bept. 8. e5-6t
MUSIC AND DANCING
This Evening: from 6 to 10,
and every evening hereafter until October
Muslo by the memuera of the United States
Marine Band. Come up to the large oak
grove and get oooL
Sacred coucert by members of the Marine
Band every Sunday.
Churches invited. Ne-w electric caw
run from .Navy Yard Bridge to Congresa
Heights. Basket picnic parties welcome.
SIX DHOWNlil) IX LAKE ST. CLAIR
Trolly of Three of a Ynchtlng Party
Causes a DKnster.
Detroit, Mich., Sept. 9.. Six young men
ivera drowned in a yacht near Windmill
Point iu Lake St. Clair late yesterday aft
ernoon. A prty of ten cliartered tho yacht
Blanche B. and went up the lake. When
near the mouth of Fox Creek three of the
party Climbed out on tho boom and com
menced to lock tho craft, Tvhioh, being
heavily ballasted, lurched over and cap
sized, goiag to the bottom llko a shot.
Six ini who were in the cockpit jvere
diowned. The Hire e youngsters who caused
the disaster and one other were saved by a
boat whioli pulled out from shore.
The dead are; Jay Tansey, H. Gertlis,
Thoinas Fritz, Thomas Ttewsonie, Grant
Murray and Charles Rice.
Pell Asleep on n Railroad Track.
Dansyllle.N. X. Sept 9. John Costello.
full of whiskv, went to sleep on the railroad
traok last night near this village. An
early xuorning train cut off both leg near
the knees, killing him instantly.
Knights of Pythias
IN GRAND CONCERT.
CltAND OUTING of Wuhlngtnn tods, Sio 13. B. P. O. Elks.
tlxtra Attractions on Tills Occasion
Echo Dinners, served m tho
TO GO TO
YOU CAN GO
(P Street Line) of the METROPOLITAN
.RAILWAY, with FREE TRANSFERS to
and from Its XINTK STREET and CONNEC
TICUT AVENUE Lines aud the NEW YOKK
ATEXUE Line (Columbia Railway).
(Avenue Line) of the CAPITAL TRACTION
COMPANY, with FREE TRANSFERS to and
from its SEVENTH STREET aud FOUR
(1RAND OPERA HOUSE.
V- KERV AN Jc RIFE, Managers.
ALL THIS WEEK.
Matinees WeduesdaT and Saturday.
A Production Celebrated Throughout tha
Entire EnKllsh-Sueaklns World.
ORIGINAL MONSTER PRODUCTION OF
ALL NEW THIS SEASON.
Tons of Magnificent Scenery. Worlds of
Electrical Surprises. Oceans of
Seats now on sale at Box Ofrice.
Next week THE ELECTRICIAN.
JVJEW NATIONAL SE.XT WEEK.
TWO EXHIBITIONS DAILr 2:30 & 8:30
The greatest marvel of the age, the origi
Producing a photocraphic illustration
in life-size pictures of the great
Contest held at Canon City. March 17.
Seats Ready 25c, 50c, 75c. and $1.00.
ACADEHY 25, 50 & 7Bc
MATINEE SATURDAY 25c and BOo.
TEARS, LAUGHTER AND SURPRISE.
The dark and bright side of life in the
Next Week A . & . Ln i.mu m Lewis Morrl
sou's piodiictkm, tiitj INDIAN."
Seata Now On Sale. v
Mr. Charles Frohmcn
Miss Maude Aoams
in an original produc
"Iii3 lud) Minster."
By j. :m.barrie.
founded on his novel
of the same name.
A srpporUnjj com
pany cf especial ex
OPENING SEPTEMBER 13.
Castle SquarsOpera Company
BEGGAR STUDENT nnd
CHIMES OF NORMANDY.
Scats on sale Thursday. Spnf.niiHr fl.
Great Falls Electric Railway 11
cusino from. c to o, 75 Cents.
oftener when traffic demands.
From Clyde Wharf.
AFTERNOON ) O.QA -A Q ,
and evening -oU and o p. m,
The Comedy Exponents,
First Appearance In Washington,
The Apple ton Brothers,
The Funny Bootblacks in Two Starts-
plenty of Fits nnd a Sudden Stoo.
First Appearance In America,
The Aerial Wonder and Great Man Monkey,
engaged especially for this occasion.
Bro. Byron G. JIurliui and Minster
Washington's Favorites.in newSonss.illuj
trated by Stereopticon. assisted by
"Mr. Thomas Walsh, dr.
The Cecil i Ladies' Qnnrtet.
Under the Direction of Miss Wilson,
Mif..s Isubel Suelton,
Late of nihiwre s Auditorium. Philadelphia;
Jn a la Anna Held and Chevalier.
Irof. Leo. "VVheut,
The Great Southern Favorite,
GRAND OR( AN RLC1TAL.
Ye Olden Timer,
Air. Frank Bos-worth,
Shakespeare's Seven Ages of Man.
Misses Clara Steventi, Bessie Otterback
and Maggie Divver,
Courtesy of MiB4 Clara J. Stevena.
HALEY' SXJi'ERB INAUGtTttAI
Mr. Thurnns L. Jones
In Popular Ballads.
In the Aerial Globe Act.
Lntnbert. Naiau mid Thrasber,
Misn Mary T. LocKwood,
iBong Bird of tbe iSouth.
Admission, Including. Reserved Seats,-2Co.
&igu I of f! i
At6:30p.m.I jtouna I At 9 A. 11.