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, THE JKOBJSTING TIMES, JflRHPAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1897.
Lansburgh &. Bro.
J it's Worth Your While
r to spend an hour or more
J daily at our store and keep
S posted as to what is new.
m THE GREAT AMPHITHEATER.
E. MIDDLETOX, Jr., Manager.
This Afternoon at 3 Tonight at 8-
10 NEW PATTERNS J
of Embroidered Flannel, X
beautiful and dainty pat-
terns, for 50c per yard- $
Worth 65c $
10 NEW PATTERNS
of 75c Embroidered Flan
nel. You would consider
these cheap at a dollar
I 1 A 1 I1 M JFE "
Mjt fr PB MB MKf nL BSflBIHBR NHHKHHKB IB Bum
For School Aprons,
1 case ChecIcNainscok,
one style check only, just
the thing for children's
dresses and school
aprons, 10c grade
For 6c yard
40-lNCrT LAWN. 4
15c quality of 40-inch a
f White Apron Lawn 4
i For 1 2kc yard
SPECIAL IN FINE
I INDIA LINEN. t
25 pieces of fine parade India J
Linen, 33 inches wide and me- K
a dtum weight. a
Special price to close
f this lot. . . . l So yard ?
f 420, 422, 424, 426 7th St.
M "Is Heavy Fleeced F.annelattes. P3
baud-om st d"&lgas. "rli 12c... . . 0-u
ES . .. M M ' - M6TthBt.. 1921
f Electric Power
If -For Printing Plants, b?
(a For Machine Shops, a
For Factories. w
g For Elevators, ra
Vj It eheaper. safer, cleaner and su- V
g perwrJii every way U steam power. E
B NwlKly ever tzuet baci: to steam E?
2 power after trying Elw trieity. See gk
a about supplviug the current. V
1 U.S. Eleofcrjj Lig&tinj Ca.,
g 213 14th St N.W. 'Phone, 77. g
GllfcAl SI MM.ER SALK
Or Bolts, Millinery, Furnishings
CiZ-bl 7th St; 71 c Market apace.
KEBVOfS TROfBLES all bind cured
t.Wi ANIMAL EXTRACTS. Free bofc
htits how Washington Chemical Co.,
WasMagion, I. C.
Ls Rues Female Pills.
Safe and Sure Price, Sl.39.
At aH lrag;Ut3.
"CHICKS OF NORMAXDY."
The Cnstle Sqnare Opera Company
Plaice ii Clraujje of Bill.
Hk Cetacnbia was well filed last night
by rh uHKenoc eager to renew acquuinc
aae wlUi the old ounMc opera favorite,
Bftumte's 'OMaaes of NnriHtttidy." By
me Mestme of tbe applause there is still
a charm in the trite bee popular piece to
win UK jfpte. Methods have changed
Mao cMh ftte-ie ws written, and the story
atMi mcUmm of immc f it bounds drained
tnl eren more tfean eomic-opera artificial.
Sot MMody never changes, and the old
airs wen' as frest. and grateful to the
ottos laec aigfct a& ever before.
Tte OaK; Square Cmpaay gives it
h very wtreful presentation. There are
Ibut fte Met-tings, and the costumes are
HMy frosta and new. The cast ln
diefted te Ik" taleRt of the company
and introduced a prima donna new to
"RisWif;(on, in the perwm of llisa Clara
ItagAfcttder 8b i. a itzxo-soprauo, and
P8Woik a paoA voice, whiob blie handles
itcHtftrily. She maile an impression corn
lnonoanue with )er opportunity as Ger
loaine. Mss Gohlen "vtas the SerpolctO.
She aas with hex cnslomnrily pleasinsj
uffoct Mnd noted tft? hoyden with a jjleeful
Tlic Iwhotk of the evening, however,
went tw Wltltum. "Wolff as Gaspard, the
raiser. Air Wiff is a better character
actr fctaa c is comedian or sinser. Gas
pard Ht.i him exactly aad he gives a per
rrtaoe which is highly effective, es
peainKy in the dratuattc second act. Joseph
Staeetien MMtg Grenicheux well, and Air.
Stuart made Henri an- admirably fine
feHow. His voice, manner and action
have inpred Immeasurably Elnce last
Kprlnjr. His waltz, ying was finely done.
W- H. Cwnly, of this city, played the
notwry and pipased his friends at his suo
tiew. Mr Iu Shane Cloward, of this
oity. Avll! sing Henri ar both perrornauces
UHNriw. Aritiur Wnoley was funny as
"ify boy came home from Bchool ono
day with hifc band badly lacerated and
blooding, and suffering groat pain." saya
lir. E. .T. Schall, with Meyer Bros.' Drug
Co-, St. Louis, AIo. "I dressed the wound
aad apphcdCharabcrialn's Pain Balm freely.
All pain ceased, and in a remarkably short
time it healed, without leaving a star.
Por wounds, fiprainK, swclllugs. and rbsu
mali,I know of no medicine or prescrip
tion equal to it. I consider it a house
hold Hceisty., The 25 and 30-cent Elzei
Tor sale by Ueury Evans, "Wholesale and
Betair Druggist, 938 P street and Con
necticut avenue aad S Etreet northwest,
and. 3L4?S Maryland avenue northeast.
The Best Uonte.
T3ie best eqaipment. tfo change. Xo
BOrcet cars. Pennsylvania Pailrc-ad $2
extmslm to Atlantic City nest Saturday
&nd Sunday. selG-3t
To Phlhwlelphin and Her. urn for ?2.
Exoellpnt equipment. Pennsylvania Rail
road next Sunday. MJlG-3t
trfiv Rule. Perfect Service.
SL.0U to Baltimore and return, via. Penn
sylvania Railroad, next Sunday. belG-3t
PRESIDENT ILL GO II!
Time of Departure io Be Deter
WEARY OP OIMGESEEKERS
Tbey Swurrn at the "Wliite- HoueiO
nud Give Air. AlcKinroj- "o Ret
Kew York "VV111 Be Looked After
hdiI Some Consular Appointments
Will Be ilude.
It Is probable that tho CalJluet meeting
today wiM. cuafider the mutter of the
President's further vacation, and it la pos
sible thst be may get away thisafternoon
Air. AIcKinley la understood to be very
tired of the rush of the of ficeseekera- Still
it is not thought that he would leave at
pre.-ent except for Mrs- AIcKmley'a health
The Pres;iJ.jat told a friend who called yes
terday that he considered it his duty o
Airs. MoKinley to take ber away from th
city again , anti that ho might possibly so
today Monday, at any rate, will prot
aoly be his last day here for some weeks.
Tiiese few days have not been of much
use to tht officeseekera. A'ew York mat
ters will probably be attended to , tn part
at least, and it is believed that there will
be a batch of consular appointment be
fore the President leaves. Aride from
this, the plums have been faw and small,
out of s?l! proportion frj the people who atlll
flock to the "White Bouse.
Assistant Secretary Day was with Mr
McKmley for a large purt of yesterday
and it is understood that they were gbteg
over th consular appointments Judge
Day lias, taken these offices, almost en
tirely c ff Mr. AlcKin ley's hand
The following appointments were the
only ones made by the President yesterday:
D. N Cooper of Alabama, to bt? marshal
for SheSTorthPrn district or Alabama. Abra
ham. T Laushe, to- be deputy audirorfor
the rostof'lce Department. Patrick J.
ATiuiter, to he as&ayer ia charge of the
assay off'ce at Deadwood S. D
Very few people saw President SIcKin
ley yesterday unt ot -trie great throne
who tried to. The Cabinet people and as
sistant hecretarie.j took up nearly all of
his time. Secretaries Sherman, Bliss and
Aiger were all with him for a few moments
in the morning. Mr Rooievelfc was. also
ia conferenoa with him fora tima. Seen
tary Alger said a word for Youagblood
and several other Alabama poUEloiaas, who
called with him, and also had a further
discussioa with the President over the
troubles of the Klondike miners.
Assistant Secretary Roosevelt talked with
the President about several of the Gov
ernment vessels more or less out of repair
wh;rh hs believes should be put In shapf
Mr Roosevelt is a cautious and careful
man in the Navy Department despite the
reputation he has attained for dash and
quickness. While he believes all our ves
eels should be constantly in order and readi
ness he does not care to take any action
of this kind In the absence of Secretary
Long, without the- advice of the Presi
dent. He has had one talk with Air. AIc
Kinlcy already Blnce his return on the sub
ject, and is now only waiting for his
decision, which it is understood -will be
Senator Piatt mad? a-short call to saygood
jy, he told the newspaper men. lie alio
made the statement that he hail come to
say a word about the Brooklyn postofflce,
but had forgotten to mention it when he
Ckin crewman Low and Hurley of New
York also called, partly in the interest of
Mr. Crofts. Senator Piatt's man for sur
vcyor of tl3 port of New York, partly about
the Brooklyn postmastership, but mostly
la behalf of their constituents, who want
The most disappointed man of all the
New Yorkers who have been set aside is
probably Gen. Loud, who was so anxious for
the position of shipping commissioner, now
supposed to be theproperty of Dickey, who
takes the placcinlieu of the commissioner
ship of navigation.
Loud made many speeches during th
last camptign, and was down- for a hun
dred during the coming oue,. which he will
now never deliver. Be believed that he
liad the strong friendship of all the Piatt
machine for the plate. He had a personal
'otter to tne President from Senator Plait,
IN NEW YORK.
despite di-Hiah that liaw Iwen published.
Hi. riutt, however, changed hln mind, if
he over rwtlly ever meant Wb indorsement
of Loud, and is- now very anxious that
Dickey shall receive the appointment
Fornm. Assistant Secretary of the Treas
ury Nettleton, who herd that position un
der the Harrison .Administration, called
on the President yesterday to introduce
Air. J vr. .Mr!tall, ot London. They had
Cnpr. Hen. C. rook, who was collector of
customs at Richmond during the Harrison
Administration, is a candidate for reap
pointment to the position. He wafi at tbe
"White Houe yesterday. Capt. Coot was a.
1 nir.a tidier, and lost un arm at Gettyj
burg, but he has resided in Richmond for
thirty years, and has the frtendihlp of
nea-ly everybuly in the city His papers
are very strong, except that he lias not the
indorsement of th. State committee. They
like him rersonnlly, lHit are atrougly
oppowd" to soldiers for officers. His
chBiire- would be very much better ir he
nadti'C hein a soldier. The chances ..eem
to be that he will not receive the appoint
ment. Ubc Virginia polUicmus Were with tbe
President regarding the matter of the
patronage of their own State. They are
the same gentlemen who came, but did
noUfnisii their business, berore the Presi
dmt went away. Judge "Waddell, AD. Bow
den ami J. Hampton nogo were ia the
group. Air. Hoge is .said to be desirous -jf
some lecognitionfrom thib Administcatiou.
B A ICON FAVA TO JJK 1U2C.YLLED.
DLsiinfcIi From Home Aluhes an Al
ifficd Posit ivt Amioii'nceJiieiit.
Tue Progress) Ilalo-Americano and the
Crlsfciftro Colombo, two Italian newspapers
in New York, publish a telegram rrom
Kome, uader date of September 13, as
"The AIe5ftgg"ro, the leading newspaper
In Rome, makes the positive statement
that the recall of Ambassador Fava, at
Washington, Las been definitely decided
Tlieie is not a memher of the Italian
embassy in the city, and nothing con
firmatory or tiie above disratch could be
gathered last night. ParonFava is in Italy,
taking tiia usual vacation, aad none of the
attaches of his embassy are here. Inquiry
at the resorts where the diplomats are
usuady to be found failed to throw any
light on the message or to find anyone
who had heard or the rumor of the baron's
Air. Ceito Caesar Moreno-said last night
that tMs rccatt wai due to the interest
of the ICtlkut aml;i.ssalor in tiie padrone
srstem. whiciir it is alleged, has grown
to some proportions; in this country. Arr.
Aloreno lias frequently accused tiie Italian
ambassador of bein g behind the pa
drones ol the Culted States., and he said
last Kifrbt that the ambassador is now in
Italy figrting charges that had been
filed with the government against him.
Beyond nire statements- or Air, Aloreno
nothing can be learned of the matter.
Baron Fava has been the representative
of his government fu this country for many
years His term of service antedates that
of every other diplomat in '-Vashlngton,
and up to the time the rank of am
bassador was created he was the dean
of. the corps. AVhen the rank was' changed
Sir Julian Panncefote presented his cre
dentials a5, ambassador first, and then be
came the dean. Bnrou Fava has always
been held in high esteem in "Washington,
and has many friends who will regret it
ir thin dispatch turns out to have been
Slrura Battle Congress Heights T.
niglit. Members of the National-Guard will add
to the realistic appearance of the battle
as shown tonight by the cinematograph
at Congress Heights, which bhow.f the
French cavalry in real action. Go early
to avoid the rush. it
"Where Did You Get That But?"
If you want as good a one, buy your wai
ter's fuel at summer prices, of S. S. Daisn
& Sou, 703 12th st. nw.; 208 Florida ave.
ne. Telephones, 328 and 338. beG-tf-em
Extravagantly equipped. The peerless
$2 to Philadelphia and return next Sun
The Best. The Alost Comfortable.
The Pennsylvania Railroad to Atlantic
City. Through trains- next Saturday and
Sunday. $2- for the round trip. sel6-3t
Go Comfortably. Go Safely.
Go pwiftly. Take tbe pcrrect Pennsyl
vania Railroad. $1.00 to Baltimore and
return next Sunday. selG-3t
September is making Its record as a
month fof brides. An out-of-town wed
di:g of Interest to social Washington
will he that of Miss Afarletta Vermilyea
fcteeh aud Air. Hugh Held Belknap, wii.m
will he fcoummizejd aMariou, Iud., Sep
tember 22, at 7" o'clock la Geth&emane
Church ef that "place- The engagement
of Alida St..-o!e aud Air. Belknap was an
n.turced early iu the; spring. The bride
elect is the only daughter or Mr. George
. Steele, a member of Congress from
Indiana. Hho tirod, with her parents
tost winter at the Ehbitt Housor where
Air. Helitnap was also a guest. Alisa
Steele- is a bright, interesting youug worn
an, and is an accomplished muslciau.
Af.r Belknap is a on of tlw .'ate Gen.
W. W. Belknap, who was Secretary of
War during President Grant's adminls
tration. He repreeutB in Congress the
Third Illinois district of Chicago. He
it the lbiU'-brother of Aiisi Alice Bel&nap,
whose engagement to Mr. Paul May, of
tbe Belgjnn legation, has been so much
discussed, and when a lad, spent much
of his time in Washington.
Mr. Charles "Warren Stoddard, of this
city, author of "South Sea Idylls" und
the "I.ay Letters," has been visiting Hon.
Henry Cabot Lodge, at Naliant, Alass..
but is now the guest of E. A. P. New
esi.ib, the architect,, at "Two Stacks,"'
North Scituate. Mr. Stoddard's next book
will be reminiscent of his travels oa the
AOsp Carrie Acker, eldest daughter of
Air. Charles Acker, of Hyattsville, and Mr.
Percy Cox, ot the Interior Department,
were quie'ly married at the home of the
brnle's father "Wednesday evening by Rev.
Charles J. C. Afaj-o, rector of the Plnkney
Aremortal Church. Air. and Airs. Cox's
bndal trip Avili include Asheville and Hot
Springs, N. C.r Old Point, Norfolk and
Baltimore. They will reside permanently
Airs. John Russell Young- has returned
to the city from Round Hill, Va., where
she has been spending the summer.
Rev "William Ar Turner, rector or the
Church of St. Jlichacl and All Angel?, Is
home frum his summer vacation, which
lie Jpcnt at Bar Harbor and along; the
New Hampshire coast.
Rev. George O. Little and fatuity and
Dr. and Arrs RIWs have returned to the
city after a dplightful summer spent In
theWhiteAronntalns and abKennebunk.Afe.
A pretty wedding was solemnized yes
terday morning at the residence of Mr- F
A. Cogswell, No. 3122 O street, the con
tracting pair being his daughter, Alisa
Belle Cogswell and" Air. "Wallis Schutt. of
Alexandria county, V a. Theceremonywas
performed by Rev. J. Wright Norrls,of
Alexandria county, in the presenre of rela
tives, the bride and groom being-unattended
by ushers or maids. The wedding gown
was of green cloth, with which was worn a
stylish hat to match, At the conclusion
or the wedding breakfast, which followed
the service, Air- and Mrs. Sohutt left for
a Northern trip that will include Niagara
Falls and Watlnn Glen. Upon their return
in October they will be at home at Oak
Grove farm, in Alexandria county, the old
homestead of the groom's family, where
they will reside. j
The marriage ot Alls? Alary Brosnahan
aud Arr. John Fitzmaurice was solemnized
"Wednesday afternoon at St. Aloyslui
Church, Rev. P. ,T. O'Counell, S J", offi
ciating, in the presence ot a large number
offrionds. The bride was attended by her
Fls'er, Miss Eva Brosnahan, and Mr. Michael
Dccnaham w as best man. The bride was
attired in a becoming gown ot blue alba
tross, trimmed with white satin andchiffou.
Tbe ceremony was followed by a recep
tion at the new home of the bride and
groom, which wasattendadbymanyfrlends.
Airs. Louise Pollock, who has beeaspend
ing the reason at her summer Home at
Skyland, in (he top ot Stony Alan Moun
tain. Page county, Va.. expects to re
turn to the city tomorrow. The Aliases
Ha and "Wellesea Pollock will not be back
before Ot-tober lr but Aliss Susau P
Pollock, who left quite early in the sum
mer, has already returned.
A reception will be given at the Florence
Gritecnten Alisston, No. 218 Third street
northwest, this afternoon from 4 to 7
o'clock. The ministers of all denominations
wnl be most cordially welcomed.
H. S. Halley and wife, and James
Bailey, tart last night to visit relatives In
NEW VAUDEVILLE ATTRACTIONS.
The HALLS, JameS and Frank, Burlesque Trapeze Artist
The IDEAL TRIO, Plantation Melodies.
BURKE and ANDREWS, he New York HeraldClowns,
with Trick Bronco Mufe
Rauscher's Superb Glen Echo Dinners. served m the omiuo from a to o, 75 Cents.
Admission to Grounds FREE.
T J& M JP Great Tall Eleclrlo TJoail, -Valiinr;toH and GIoiv Kclio n.ulroacl via Till, 14th and V StroeM to Chorr Chmo Clrolm
IIU arHo Georgetown and Tonloytown Koud, cuiinoctins: at 3Sd imil Mbticet with Capital Tractloa car and vrlllrLhs
Aiotropulitun lln& nt USd and 1 (.(ToetH.
Which leave 36th Street every Fifteen Minutes and
At 36th Street you connect directly with
TEENTH STREET Lines.
S?No "Walking-. NO Inconvenience. These are the only cars that run to Cabin
A Car for Bicycles and other Freight at Frequent Intervals-T
DON'T BE MISLED. Take the Green Cable or Green Electric Cars at any part
of the City and connect directty with the only throug-h route by which a HALF HOUR is
saved in either direction.
The Waehincrfnn snri to! F
Missouri, und Indian Morrltory. Tney
expKt to return aJvaut Kovcmber 1.
Iiwalla Newell, son of Mr. Cliarles. Xewell,
of tna rtU-e of the ?ecrerary of the Sen
uite.lias successfully passed an examination.
Tor admission to the DrexeL Institute, Phil
adelphia. 1'ouns Newell was for three
years a student at Georgetown. College.
He will pursue a. course ia mechanical
arts and electrical engineering. His
standard at the examination In matho
inatlc3 is said to have beea very high.
Misalliance ofuu Arclidulte.
Berlin, Sept. 10.-The newspapers ot
Aix-Ia-Chapelle publish a sensational story
to the effect that Archduke Franz Ferdi
nand, holr presumptive to the thrones of
Austria and Hungary, when on a recent
visit to Herr Krupp,. the great gunmaker,
ot Essen, met Frauleln Hussmau, Ilerr
Krupp's.bousElceeiierrand became violently
enamored o her. The couiile, according
to tut storyvwent- tc London, where they
were married They are now bellg.-ed
to be spending their honeymoon in Al
giers. $12.75 To Colamhtis, Ohio, $12.73
und. Return via Pennsylva
nia Hall road.
AccounUnatlonal encampment Union Vet
eran Legion, tickets willba sold September
19 to 21. good to return to 27ratone fare
for round trip, Washington delegation will
leave Sixth-street sratiou at- 3:-i0 p. ra.
Monday, September 20, In special sleeping
cars. For reservations apply to Major
Frank A. Butts, Lenman Building, or to
ticket office Fifteenth and G streets.
Are l'ou Going to Baltimore
next Sunday? The Pennsylvania Railroad
Is the caly perfect line connecting the two
cities. $1.00 the round trip. belG-3t
If you want the most for your money,
take the Pennsylvania Railroad to Atlan
tic City next Saturday and Sunday and
avoid all transfers. Only all-rail route.
it BJ2L-DEN, 1'rop-r.
W- E. TELIiKR, iigr., Iato of BeUo
52. 50 to f?4 per day.
rennsyivacia-ave., bet.tithand Tthota.,
JyT-Hmo Waanington, D. O.
COPLEY sqtfa.k:& HOTEL.
Huntington Avenue and Jixeler Stieet,
New, elegantly appointed, strictly flre
proor. Location unsurjiasi-ed In the city.
Three to eight-nnnutesfroiapnncipal shop
ping centers, theaters, etc. American plan.
53-uU perdayanduprard. European plan,
l.nu perdarand up;vard. K s. ittSTEER
& UO. aul6-3mo-om
TO GO TO
YOU CAN GO
(F Street liine) of the METROPOLITAN
JRAIIiAVAY, with FREE TRANSFERS to
and from Its NINTH STREET and CONNEC
TICUT AVENUE Lines and the NEW IORTC
AVI3NUE. Line (Columbia Railway).
(Avenue Line) of the CAPITAL TRACTION
COMPANY, with FREE TRANSFERS to and
from Its SEVENTH STREET nnl TOTTT?
wiiu w.tii nuaiu juiuuiiiu ilUIinUJa
fTRAND OPERA HOUSE.
WEEK OF SEPTEMBER l.t.
Matinees Wdnedav and Saturday.
First Time in Washington,
Chas. E. Blaney's
A PLAY FOR THE PEOPLE.
A Complete Electric Light Plant,
10 Tons, of Ponderous Machinery,
Two Large DynamoMn FuUOperatlon,
Splendid Scenic Production.
Marvelous Stage Settings
Next Attraction "Patent Applied For."
TONIGHT AT 8:13.
Matinee Tomorrow at 2:30.
CASTLE SQUARE OPERA CO.
80 Iligh-CIusH Artists
CHIMES OF NORMANDY.
Prices ;N1!"'"':B,:'"0' & bm-
" w .Matinees, '5 & .'ire fi persons. SiCO
Next Week MARITANA &. OLIVETTE.
KERNAN'S LYCEUM THEATER.
ALL THIS WEEK.
French Foiry Company.
Gala Opening Skit Entitled
MATINEE &IRLS ON A LARK
Concluding with the Lively Burlesque.
"A GREASED GREASER.
Next WeoU-Rieo & Barton's Big Gaiety
is conducted strictly upon, the Europeaa
Uau lor the summet mouths, with cafe
chaiges as moderate as any rirst-clas
resUiurant in the state Uooa rooms caa
be nau ror i.6U per oay and upward,
Henry J- Hang, l'rop-T.
Kooms with board 32.SO per day and up
wards. Kooins without, board $1 and up
warda. Alost central tn the dty;near all elevated
roads, street cur. lines, principal, places of
amusement,. business centers and tha lurga
Broadway Cable cars, passing the door,
Zrausrcr to all parts or theclty.
oftener when traffic demands.
snfnp m linair
ACADEHY J 25, 50 & T5c
3IATTNEE S V T.r 25 und" 30e.
Introducing the rmrantlc actor, A. S.
Next Week The Beautiful Southern Play.
AT PINEY RIDGE.
NUVLXATI0.VAt. QnJy g flays mi
TWO EXHIBITIONS DAILY 2 30& 8:30
Producing nfe-sfze pictures or th
Contest held at Carson City. March. 17.
Next Monday-Openlmr ot the Regnlar seo-
son."TUE. TARRYTOWN WIDOW."
A Delightful Comedy Hie
MATINEE SATURDAY ONLY.
At Regular Matinee Prices.
Mr. Charles Froninan presents
MISS IVIAUDE ADAMS,
la a new comedy.
By J. M. BARRIE. fo-mded on his. noveL
The Elaborate Operatic Production,
THE ISLE OF LFABIPAiitxE.
With Richard Golden and Katherlno Ger
rnalne, and an alt-star cast.
Seats now on sale-
BIJOU FAMILA THEATER
Grand. Reopening Monday Matinee
WATCH and wail for MMEMITi
And. the Prices, 10c, 20c, 30c
MUSIC AND DANCING
This Eyenrng: from 6 to 10,
ana every evening herearter until Octobec
Music by the members ot the United States
Marine Band. Oomo up to the large oar
grove and get cool
Sacred concert; bymembers ottha Marina
Hand every Sunday.
Churches invited. New electric can
run from Navy Xard Bridge to Congres
Heights. Basket; picnic- parties welcoma.