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LOCAL MENTION
AMISEMEXTS TOXTGHT.
('abin John Bridge?Motion Pictures.
Chevy Chase I^ike?Section United States
Ma rtne Band.
Kcrnan's?Clark's Royal Burlesquers.
Sacred Heart Church? Lawn party and
Cakewalk.
EXCl RSIOSS TOMORROW.
Steamer Pentz for River View at 10 a.m.,
2:1.1, 4:.'lo and ?>:45 p.m.
Steamer Macalester for Marshall Hall at
lo a.m.. 2:^0 and 0:.'i0 p.m.; Indian Head,
6:30 p.m.
Steamer Harry Randall for Colonial
Beach at 8:45 a m.
Steamer Macalester for Mount Vernon at
10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.
Steamer Estelle Randall for Glvmont and
Intermediate landings at l?::w a.m.
Steamer Arrowsm.th for Colonial Beach.
Colton's. Piney Point and river landings
at 4 p.m.
Steamer Norfolk ror Fortress Monroe and
Norfolk at 0:3o p.m.
Randall line from 8th street wharf for
Colonial Beach and lower river landings at
7 a.m.
Trains for Chesapeake Beach leave Dis
trict line at 10:3U a.m.. 2:.'l0 and 5 p.m.
Trains leave B. and O depot for Chau
tauqua Beach at 9:10 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
Steam? r Emma Giles?Bon Ton Excur
sions. Chesapeake bay via B. and O., 9:10
a.m. daily.
Trains leave Pennsylvania avenue and
3street for Alexandria and Arlington
ewrv forty-live mimnes. Mount Vernon
hourly lu a m. to 3 p.m.
Care leave Aqueduct bridge for Arlington
and Fort Myer every half hour; Falls
Church hourly. See schedule.
For iced t^a use Kenny's "Cheon."
The best ,V>c. Mixed Tea in America.
Pure Sugars sold at cost.
C. D. Kenny Co. 50 stores.
Joseph Price, colored, was today convict
ed in the Police Court of assaulting his
Sister, Ida Price, by slapping her, and
Judge O'Donnell sent him to jail for three
months.
"QUEEN OF SI MMER TRIPS."
BOSTON BY SEA.
Complimentary t xcursions Old Point
Comfort to holders first-class tickets. Balti
more to Boston. For particulars and Tour
Book address Pass. Dept., M. and M. T.
Co.. Baltimore, Md.
Try Reisingei'3 Ice Cream. $1 gal.; 50c. V,
gal. Fancy Cakes. 'Phone 2458-3. 235 G st"
Walter Posey, aged sixteen years, was
today convicted in the Police Court of
being idle and Incorrigible and at the re
quest of the board of children's guardians
Judge O'Donnell sent him to the reform
School.
Gas Stoves. 15c.up. Blue-flame Oil Stoves.
I5.U0 up. Gas Ranges. $5.00 up.
A. ERERLY'S SONS. 718 7th.
BEFORE YOU CLEAN HOUSE
have us clean the carpets. We do the work
right. Take out all dust and grit. Make
Colors fresh and bright without injury.
M. R. THORP, 488 Maine ave.
CITY AND DISTRICT
Sementi# Browne am a Life-Saver.
Miss Caroline Jarboe of this city nar
rowly escaped losing her life a few days
ago while bathing near Leonardtown. A
friend of the young lady missed her from
the party of bathers and immediately in
formed Police Sergeant Browne of the first
precinct, this city, who was In the vicinity.
The sergeant saw Miss Jarboe when she
came to the top of the water and heard
her call for help. He promptly Jumped in
the water and rescued her.
Sergeant Browne is at Leonardtown
spending his vacation, and was at the bath
ing beach with a friend.
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Headquarters for Deddinff.
Our prices are always lowest for reliable
gr.des. Stumph Bedding Co., 7th and K.?
Advertisement.
Death From Xatnral Cannes.
An autopsy was performed last night at
the morgue on the body of Anna M. Brooks,
colored, thirty-three years old, who lived
at 0o4 0th street southeast. Yesterday the
woman died after an illness of two days.
Because her death could not be definitely
accounted for an autopsy was performed,
?which showed that death had resulted from
natural causes, and Coroner Nevltt gave
a certificate accordingly.
The woman's husband took charge of the
body, and it was removed to the family
home, from where the funeral will take
place.
Oliineri at Cabin John Bridge
are famed for their delicious cuisine and
superior service. Band concerts evenings.?
Advertisement.
Mr*. HndMon Sdfi for Divorce.
Proceedings for divorce have been Insti
tuted in the Supreme Court of the District
of Columbia by Christine Hudson against
Charles B Hudson. The latter is said to
be in Hawaii at the present time. The I
parties were married in this city in Oc
tober. 18,s!?. and have two children. Mrs
Hudson Informs the court that her hus
band deserted her In November. 18S?8. Mrs.
Hudson, the 8th of last January, filed suit
for divorce, but yesterday that cause was
dismissed and the new petition filed.
Wn?h Init ton In nn on Their Way Home
from the north will find a stop at Bueni
Vista Spring. Pa . delightful. Hotel open
until October I. Geo. A. Mills, jr.. manager.
?Adv ertisement.
Dlntrlet Made Defendant.
Suit at law to recover damages In the
si;m of $2.>.<Mi has been Instituted by Annie
E. Sejbold against the District of Columbia.
It Is alleged by the plaintiff that she slip
ped on the sidewalk at the northwest cor
ner of 7th and B streets Apiil 13 last, fell
backward and struck the pavement with
force. As a result of the accident she
claims to be permanently injured. Negli
gence on the part of emploves of the Dis
trict In allowing the sidewalk to be In a
dangerous condition Is charged. Attorneys
^ olf and Cohen and H. H. Giassie reure
sent the plaintiff.
fl4MH> To Buffalo and Return flO.OO
Via Pennsylvania Railroad.
Pan-American excursion will leave Wash
ington 7:50 a.m , Wednesday. August 21 ar
riving at Buffalo 7:40 p.m. Tickets good
returning on any train within s^ven days.
Including date of excursion. Similar excur
sions August 27, 31, Sept. 1. 2, 5, 11, 17, 20.
? Advertisement.
Will of Kltsnheth Byrd Ntcholaa.
By the terms of the will of Elizabeth
Byrd Nicholas, dated the loth of November,
11X10, the testatrix disposes of a portrait of
Thomas Taylor Byrd to Richard Evelyn
Bvrd of Winchester, Va., and certain West
over furniture and silverware to William
Byrd of New York The balance of the
estate is left to a niece. Elizabeth C. Nich
olas. In the event of the death of the lat
ter her share of the estate is to be divided
equally between three other nieces. Corco
ran Thom is named executor.
Exqaidte Floral Denlmta
? splendidly conceived, and composed of the
choicest blossoms. Order of Gude? 1224 F.
?Advertisement.
Hla Denial Saved Hint.
PInkney Hawkins, colored, was charged
In the Police Court today with assaulting
Jennie Hawkins while he was drunk. He
denied that he ever used liquor in any
form. Judge O'Donnell said he was glad
to meet a man who did not get drunk and
released Hawkins <>n personal bonds. '
THE STAR BY MAIL.
Persons leaving the city for any
period can have The Star mailed to
them b^ ordering it at this office. In
person or by letter. Terms: 13 cents
per week; 25 cents for two weeks, or
80 cents per month. Invariably In
advance. The address may be
changed as frequently as desired.
Always give the last address, as well
as the new one.
Contention Over Provision of Law
Regarding Water Rents.
QUESTION BEFORE COMMISSIONERS
ProtestAgainst Interpretation Made
by the District Registrar.
STATEMENT IN DEFENSE
Two interpretations of the schedule of
the water rents fixed by the District Com
missioners, March 17 of this year, have
just been laid Defore that body. One of
these Interpretations Is in the nature of n
strong protest against the practice of the
water registrar, alleged to have been In
augurated under ihe new schedule. In
treating every pri'.'ate dwelling as a tene
ment house, where one or more rooms ma>
be rented by the tenant or owner, and u
charge of 50 cents ridded to the water bill
for each room alleged to be rented.
The protest is filed b> Messrs. Britton &
Gray, attorneys. In answer to this. Water
Registrar Green has submitted in writing
his understanding of the schedule, embrac
ing his right to make such a charge.
The subject of the protest by Britton &
Gray has also been a cause of individual
complaint on the part of many tenants and
owners, who have been charged additional
amounts this year to cover rooms rented
by them.
The schedule of water rates under which
the charge is .made, is as follows.
"The rate for domestic purposes will be
charged according to stories and front
feet. On ail tenements two stories high,
with a front width of sixteen feet or less.
?{.50 per annum. For each additional
front foot, or fraction thereof. 23 cents.
For each additional story or part thereof,
one-third of the charges as computed
above
"Boarding and tenement houses will be
charged at a rate in accordance with the
stories and front feet, and in addition
thereto 50 cents per annum for each and
every room over and above the number
of three rooms in said boarding house or
tenement."
Term Tenement House Defined.
The definition of a tenement house is
given in the communication of Britton &
Gray. It Is taken from the American and
English Encyclopedia of Law, which is de
clared by them to be the legal interpreta
tion. as follows:
"Tenement houses, French fiats, apart
ment houses: The word 'tenement* in the
sense here used signifies 'a house or home
stead,' or 'rooms let in a house.' The com
pound word tenement-house' must, there
fore. signify a house with distinct tene
ments or homes which separate, and dif
ferent families or persons occupy as ten
ants. as distinguished from boarding houses
or hotels where the occupancy is not one
of tenancy, but that of boarders or guests."
In commenting on this definition Messrs.
Britton & Gray say: "This practical and
settled definition has apparently hitherto
controlled in applying the foregoing sched
ule of water rates, until the present fiscal
year, when a new and novel departure
therefrom has been inaugurated. ? ? ?
This has resulted in individual injustice In
many thousands of cases, some of which
are now brought to our attention, where
many private families occupying small
dwellings have rented one or more rooms,
not as distinct tenements or homes which
separate or distinct families or persons
occupy as tenants, but as part of the same
family occupation, and where there is
necessarily common use of the water fa
cilities for which the 'domestic rates' are
charged and paid.
Held to He TCot Justified.
"This innovation Is not justified, first, by
the language or meaning of your regula
tion; nor, second, by the legal definition
thereof, nor. again, by any consideration
of simple justice. Its enforcement against
ten previous years of directly opposite
practice will injure many persons of lim
ited means, whose occupation of modest
dwellings is made possible in thousands of
instances by renting one or more rooms to
individuals, whose occupancy and use of
the water facilities of the dwelling Is
wholly in common with the family of the
tenant or small owner, and in no possible
manner a separate tenement or home.
"The regulation should hence be applied
now as it has always been hitherto, and
we respectfully submit that the water reg
istrar and the collector of taxes should be
immediately so advised, in order that bills
may be properly correcteel and this plainly
unjust charge upon dwelling house occu
pants may not be imposed."
Water Registrar's Position.
The communication of Water Registrar
Green, which defines his position in impos
ing the charge, is as follows:
"1 have the honor to report that a clause
in the act of June 2. 185ft, of the legislative
assembly, prescribed as followsw: 'Hotels
and boarding houses shall. In addition to
the regular annual water rate for private
families, as prescribed in the twenty-fourth
section of this act. be charged for each
1 bedroom for boarders e>r lodgers within the
same the sum of 50 cents.' It would ap
pear from this act that the intent was to
charge for each and every bed room rented
out.
"This regulation has since been varied to
cover a broader field, and we find the fol
lowing language in the last revision of the
schedule of rates adopted by the Commis
sioners December 2<>, 1800: 'Boareling, i
apartment and tenement houses shall be j
charged at a rate In accordance with the
stories and front feet and In addition there
to 50 cents per annum for each and every
room over and above the number of three |
rooms in the said boarding, apartment or
tenement house.'
"The practice of charging for rooms has !
been in vogue since the inception of the
water department, but until the re-exami
nation of the entire District was begun. No
vember. 1000, the department was without
knowledge of a majority of houses which
rented out rooms. At this period the ques
tion was ralse*d as to whether or not, where
a private famiiy rented out a room or more,
the regulation should be enforced to the
letter, and such houses charged for all
rooms above three, or only charged for the
actual number sublet. The matter was
referred to the Engineer Commissioner,
who directed the office in such cases to
! charge only for the number of rented
rooms.
"The words 'boarding, apartment and ten
ement' in the schedule are broad enough to
cover each and every case where rooms
are sublet, and the only point remaining in
doubt is whether the office shall continue
to place a liberal construction ,upon the
said regulation or take it as found and
charge for all rooms above three."
Low-Rnte Tour to tlie l'aciflc Coast.
Another opportunity to visit California
under the Pennsylvania railroad personally
conducted tour system. On September 23
the Pennsylvania Railroad Company will .
run another low-rate personally conducted ]
tour to the Pacific coast, covering a period
of thirty days. The party will travel by
special "train of Pullman sleeping, dining
and observation cars, and on the going trip
will pass through the famous scenery of
Colorado, stopping at the principal points
of Interest, including Salt L#ake City. A
stop of five days will be made in San Fran
cisco during the general triennial conven
tion of the Protestant Episcopal Church.
On the homeward trip the route will lie
through southern California, via the Grand
Canyon, to Arizona, thence across the
southwestern plains to St. Louis. Bound
trip rate, covering all the essential ex
penses while traveling on the special train,
$185 from Washington. For further infor
mation apply to C. Studds, Passenger
Agent Southeastern District, or address
Geo. W. Boyd, Assistant General Passen
ger Agent, Philadelphia.?Advt.
Expression of Thanks.
At the regular monthly meeting on the
12th instant of the German Evangelical
Lutheran Trinity congregation, corner of
4th and E streets northwest, a resolution
was adopted, and the secretary directed to
transmit the same to The Evening Star, pro
viding "that we tender our rincere thanks
to The Evening Star for services rendered
our congregation on its fiftieth anniversary,
1ML"
AXtBBMEm
KERNAN'S LYCEUM THEATER.?If
fternan's Lyceum Theater maintains for
the remainder of the present season the
high standard set by the show that opened
the house last week and Clark's New
Royal Burlesquers which are fulfilling an
engagement this week at that cosy play
house Its success for this year la not hard
to predict. Clark's New Royals are a
thoroughly up-to-date aggregation of un
usual excellence, and the entermalnment
put up by them drew two packed houses
yesterday afternoon and evening. All of
the turns In the olio are above the average,
while some of them are of such unquestion
able merit as to call for special praise.
Lew H. Carroll and Maude Elllsten, well
known In this city, open the olio with a
curious mix-up of song, rapid-fire talk and
dancing. Both are clever, and the act
goes with a rush. Burgess, Smith and
Burger display their prowess In an acro
batic turn, with a whirlwind finish that
took the house by storm. Llllie English,
billed as specially imported from England
by Manager Clark, sang a number of bal
lads that pleased her auditors, and Fields
and Wooley, the well-known German dia
lect comedians, gave vent to some new
German "loose talk" that proved .entertain
ing and humorous. Leslie and Rhlnehart in
troduce some of the new songs of the sea
son in a decidedly clever way, and dance
with spirit and skill. Coulter and Starr,
who are as well known, perhaps, as any
other team on the vaudeville stage as black
face comedy artists, presented a turn that
abounded In good songs and excellent dances,
and Bedinl and Arthur, another English im
portation of Manager Clark's, put up a
juggling turn that has not been equaled
on Kernan's stage for many seasons. A
comedy element Is added to the more diffi
cult work of Bedinl by Arthur, and the
latter's antics were sufficient to keep the
house in a roar during most of the time
he was on the stage. The burlesque which
brings the show to a close is a new one
by Lew Carroll. It Is most effectively
staged and handsomely costumed, while
there are a score of pretty girls, half a
dozen good comedians, new songs and
dances and. In fact, almost everything that
goes to make the successful modern bur
lesque. It Is entitled "Off to Buffalo," the
first scene depicting the gay company In
the Grand Central railroad station in New
York, the second carrying them to the
Pen-American expostion. The fun furnish
ed Is of an unusually clean variety, and
there Is enough of it to keep the skit going
with a rush from the time the curtain
rises until it falls again.
The one great virtue of Burnett's Vanilla
Extract is purity. It Is real vanilla extract
and nothing but vanilla extract.?Advt.
Tournament at River View.
The fifteenth annual tournament and
dress ball which will take place at River
View tomorrow promises to be one of the
most enjoyable affairs of the kind that
has taken place in this section of the coun
try for some time. The outlook is for a
large attendance, both of people from this
city and those from the nearby country.
The committee in charge of the affair has
been busy today erecting the arches, deco
rating and preparing for the contest, which
will be spirited. About thirty knights will
enter the lists, and they with their horses
and paraphernalia will go to the View on
the morning boat, leaving here at 10 a.m.
The riding will begin at 2 p.m sharp, and
the crowning of the queen and her attend
ant maids will take place in the big danc
ing pavilion at night. The coronation ball
will follow, and dancing will be kept up
until an early hour Wednesday morning.
To accommodate the large throngs that will
attend the steamers Samuel J. Pentz and
Estelle Randall will make trips at 1<> a.m.,
2:15, 4:30 and 6:4."i p.m., and the last boat
will leave River View at p.m. Stops
will be made at Alexandria on all trips ex
cept at 4:30 p.m., and no advance will be
made in the price of tickets.
Onr Stork of Iron nn?l nrn*? Itedn
is the largest in the city.' Exclusive designs,
too. Stumph Bedding Co., 7th and K sis.?
Advertisement.
Striken* Senrolilnn for Work.
Fitzhugh L. Weems, nineteen years old,
and Janus H. King, seventeen years old.
whose homes are in Pittsburg, were locked
up this morning at 10 o'clock at the Ana
costia police station by Officer J. F. Rea
gan. charged with vagrancy. They were
discovered by the officer in the Baltimore
and Ohio freight yards at Anacostla.
When questioned at the station house the
young men fia!d they had lost their em
ployment In mills In Pittsburg as a con
sequence of the great steel strike. They
were engaged as helpers in mills and went
on strike with the other workers They
finally concluded to leave Pittsburg and
seek employment elsewhere. They left
there late Saturday night and made their
way on freight trains to the District,
reaching here early this morning. It was
their Intention, they stated, to try and
reach Baltimore, where they expected to
secure work at some of the docks.
Both the young men have good homes,
they stated, and before leaving them they
informed their friends of their intentions.
They will be given a hearing in the Po
lice Court tomorrow.
Marine Hand at Chevy Chawe Luke
This evening, 8 to 11. Dancing tomorrow.?
Advertisement.
WhiNky I'nuKeii Death.
Dolly Brown, a colored child, died at
the Children's Hospital about 2 o'clock this
morning from the effects of alcohol. Yes
terday the child drank about a gill of
whisky, which Its mother left within reach
at the family homx. No. 801 Grant avenue
northwest.
When the mother, Mrs. Jessie Brown, dis
covered the seriousness of the little one's
condition she had her taken to the hos
pital. The doctors pronounced her to be
in a dying condition and were unable to
save her life.
Coroner Nevitt made an investigation of
the case and gave a certificate of acci
dental death.
Money to lend at 4, 5 and 0 per cent on
real estate. Frank T. Rawllngs, !5u5 Pa.av.
?Advertisement.
Inquiry Ilenurdlng Plumbing.
Edward W. Dunn, who contemplates
building an apartment house for colored
people on 8th street, half a block from
Grant avenue northwest, has written the
Commissioners regarding the arrangement
of the plumbing. The building is to be two
stories in height and contain sixty rooms.
Mr. Dunn suggests that two bath rooms
should be sufficient for the whole building.
The plumbing inspector. In his report on
the matter, differs with this, and suggests
that the bath rooms, one for each apart
ment. together with water closets, be ar
ranged In a separate building in the rear.
A new a la carte lunch room has been
opened in the Hvgela, Old Point Comfort,
which Will be a great convenience to trav
elers arriving on early boats.?Advt.
Lawn Fete ToniKht.
Two entertainments will be given for the
benefit of the Church of the Sacred Heart.
The first, which will take place tonight,
will be a lawn fete and cake walk at 3340
14th street northwest, and tomorrow night
at the same place there will be a progres
sive euchre party. This afternoon there
will be no charge for children. Tonight,
besides the cake walk, there will be a good
Program of musical and literary numbers,
f the weather proves propitious there
should be a large attendance. If it rains
postponement will be made until the first
fair night.
Branch OMce, ISth it. and Xt. ave.
Advertisements are received at The Star's
branch office. King's drug store, corner
lOth street and Vermont avenue, at regu
lar rates. No charge for messenger.
Vlaltlnff State Commander.
State Commander Terpany of the order of
the Maccabees of Rhode Island is in the
city on business connected with the order.
Mr. Terpany organized the first tent in this
city, National, No. 1, In 1880, and la well
and favorably known to many of the sir
knights of the capital city. He visited
National Tent last night, and exemplified
the work, closing with an address.
The entertainment committee provided re
freshments and cigars.
Mr. Terpany will visit Brlghtwood Tent
tonight, Anacostla Tent tomorrow night,
and Thursday will visit ML Vernon Teal
NEW SPEED:-REGULATIONS
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BIGHT OP COMSMSIOfERS TO MAKE
EXCEMPTIOSS.
Opinion bj Attorney Oavall Approv*
lng Exemption of Aobalancei and
Street Cnr Eme^genciea.
In response to tha^ recant request of the
District Commissioners for a legal opinion
on the proposed new speed regulations for
municipal vehicles, Attotney A. B. Duvall
has responded with an approval of the
regulations with two slight amendments.
The new regulations provide that:
"\ ehlcles of the police, fire, health and
water departments and hospital ambulances
shall have the right of way in the streets
over all others, and the sounding of the
bell or gong thereon shall constitute a
warning and direction to other vehicles and
pedestrians to clear the road. In cases
wherein the emergency Is so great that
more than ordinary speed is required to
save human life or to prevent great Incon
?'enA^nce to the public, the regulations
limiting the speed of vehicles shall not be
deemed to apply to the vehicles above
named nor to those of the street railway
companies called to make urgent repairs."
? Attorney Dnvall's Views.
The attorney's comments on the matter
are as follows:
"You direct my attention to the pro
visions of section 12 of the act of Congress
approved July lKni, commonly known
as the 'peace and order act,' suggesting
that therein Congress appears to have leg
islated upon the general pubject."
The section referred to is the general pro
vision against excessive speed.
"I am of the opinion that these (munici
pal) vehicles are not and were not intended
to be within the purview of said act of
Congress. By act of Congress approved
June 2t>, 18S7, the Commissioners were au
thorized-to make police regulations (arrtong
other things) 'to regulate the movement of
vehicles on the public streets and avenues
for the preservation of order and the pro
tection of life and limb.'
"By its joint resolution approved Febru
ary 20, 18SI2, CongTess authorized the Com
missioners to make and enforce police regu
lations necessary for the protection of
'lives, limb, health, comfort and quiet of
all persons, and the protection of all prop
erty within the District of Columbia."
"Our Court of .Appeals, In Railroad Com
pany agt. District of Columbia, sustained
the police regulation requiring steam rail
road trains to be stopped before crossing
other railroads operated by steam, cable or
electricity, and held that while railroad lo
comotives and cars were not vehicles with
in l..c meaning of the act of June 2i!, 1887.
that the Commissioners nevertheless were
authorized to make the regulation under
the grant of powers contained in the Joint
resolution, saying, among other things,
'that it was clear that Congress intended
thereby to increase the powers of the Com
missioners to the full extent of those fre
quently, if not generally, intrusted to mu
nicipal corporations.'
A SnppoHeil Difficulty.
"The difficulty suggested in your com
munication, I take it, arises from the fact
that the 'peace and order act' was enacted
after the joint resolution, and that there
fore Congress has apparently chosen to ex
ercise Its undoubted right to legislate itself
upon the subject. This supposed difficulty,
however, in my judgment, is more apparent
than real. Did Congress legislate upon the
same subject matter? It is true the lun
guage ?n said section Is general: 'That It
shall not be lawful for any person or per
sons to ride or drive any animal of the
horse kind at a greater speed than eight
miles per hour.' But was Congress legis
lating upon the subject of the speed of mu
nicipal vehicles and vehicles of the kind
described in your proposed regulations?
"It is a well settled and elementary rule
of statutory construction that .a thing
which is within the letter of the statute is
not within the statute unless it be also
within the meaning of the legislature.
"It seems to me that this section of the
CITY ITEMS.
For .Sick Folk and Convnleaeent* liny
"Old Braddock" Mnrylmid Rye.
It's an ideal medicinal whiskey. Pure and
old. B*est for making milk punch. At gro
cers', cafes, clubs. Jas. Clark Distilling
Co., D. P. McCarthy, mgr., 010 Pa. ave. It
"Havenn^r'M Cream Hin<-ultM*' Are
Favorite* Everywhere.
Best homes use them. Deeding clubs and
hotels serve them exclusively. Always
fresh, crisp, inviting. Put up in 1-pound
packages. Also sold in bdlk. At grocers'. It
Joshua Smith, colored, was today con
victed in the Police Court of Btriking Ida
Scott In the back, and Judge O'Donnell
sent him to Jail for thirty days.
F<innl to All Other*.
The output of National Capital Brewing
Co.'s Beers is not exceeded by any other In
th? District. Phone 222 for "Muenchener"
and "Diamond." 2 dozen, $1.25. It
AMUSEMENTS.
BASE BALL
TODAY.
CHICAGO VI. WMHIKCTOH.
GAME CALLED AT 4:30 P.M.
ADMISSION, 25c. G It AND STAND. 50c.
Take H St. cars direct to American Lsague Park.
NEXT- Milwaukee, August 22, 23. 24. It
Mirth and Magic.
TAKE A THROUGH RIDE TO CABIN JOHN
BRIDGE AND THE
The finest exhibition this week In Animated Pho
tography ever seen In ashiiigtou, Entire change
of program from a Trip Around the World to a
FULL PROGRAM OF MAGIC F1I.MS, nearly all
of them executed by MELIES OF PARIS, and Im
ported direct to Washington. Admission. 10 cents.
Last week the largest business In the history of
the theater A trip out to Cabin John and the
Palm Garden a delightful excursion. For another
week Prof. Dunkle and his perilous slide for life,
from the top of Cabin John Hotel on 1,000 feet of
wire. Free exhibition at 'J o'clock p.m. dally.
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CLARK'S
NEW IR(WALS.
NEXT WEEK?THE' INNOCENT MAIDS.
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FOR BKJlEFl? OF ~
Sacred Hearts .Church,
LAWN PARTY AND CAKE. WALK, AUG. 20.
GRAND/
Lawn Progressive Euchre,
WEDNESDAY, AU0U8Th21. AT 8 P.M.
TICKETS, 50 CENTS. <840 14TH ST. N.W.
In case of rain, wllli be postponed until flrat
clear night. au!7-8t*
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14TH AND B. CAPITOL 8T8.
Wed., Aug. 21, 8 p.m.,
Last Grand Circuit Meet
ilajor Tay!or,
CHAMPION OF THE WOBLD.
Iver Lawsoh, Kramer,
Cooper and 20 other*.
Admission, 25e.; Grand Stand, 50c.; Box Beats, 75c.
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CHEVY CHASE LAKE.
Section of U. 8. MARINE BAND, Tuesday, Fri
day and Sunday evening*, 8 to 11. National uuard
Band furuUbee ocoaic for deaclng other evening*.
I HM4
'peace and order act' would not receive a
'sensible construction' it It Was held to be
without exceptions and Intended to em
brace vehicles of- the class described In
your proposed reflation.
"I am of the opinion that the Commis
sioners have the authority to make this
regulation.
"I would suggest that line three of the
regulation be amended so as to read 'In
and upon highways, streets, avenues and
alleys over all other vehicles,' and that
there be added to line seven the words
*to preserve property or prevent its de
struction.' Otherwise the draft seems to
be in good form."
HANCOCK REGIMENT,
Enthusiastic Meeting of the Union
Veterans' Union.
Hancock Regiment, No. 1, Union Veter
ans' Union, held an unusually interesting
meeting at its hall, corner 6th and Q
streets northwest, last night. Col. Franklin
T. Howe presiding. After the muster the
commander-in-chief and his staff were an
nounced and were received with due honor.
Under the good of the order Gen. R. Q.
Dyrenforth. the commander-in-chief of the
order, made an address, telling of his re
cent trip through the Btate of Illinois
and the enthusiasm of the veterans of that
state, who are forming regiments in al
most every town. He spoke of the rapid
increase of the order, particularly in the
city of Chicago, in which it is expected ten
regiments will be formed by the date of the
national encampment, which will be held
there the latter part of October. He also
referred to the growth in Ohio and of the
Invitations he had received to attend re
unions of veterans in that state.
He was followed by Capt. I*. L. Street,
former commander-in-chief, who has Just
returned from the Philippines, where he
has served for two years as captain and
commissary of subsistence, who said that
even while he was far beyond the seas he
had kept in touch with his comrades here,
and he'rejoiced at the great growth of
the order. He said that the idea of the old
soldier being a back number was refuted
by the fact that all the prominent leaders
in the army, such as Otis, MacArthur,
Lawton, ^Vheaton and a host of others
were veterans of the war of the rebellion
and how well they had performed their
duty in the Spanish-American war the
country knew.
Addresses were also delivered by Gen.
J. F. Meacham, division commander; Gen.
A. M. Legg, pa?t division commander; Mr.
E. W. Oyster, Capt. D. W. Beach and Capt.
D. W. Glassie.
We Onicht to Clenn Your Carpet*
if you want the work done thoroughlv.
Wagons call. Stumph Bedding Co., 7th & K.
?Advertisement.
Licensed to Wed.
John Rogerson of 513 13th street north
west, this city, and Ida Estella Tuttle were
yesterday granted a marriage license in
Baltimore.
Will at Are H o m ors?
They are vitiated or morbid fluids coursing the
veins and affecting the tissues. They are com
monly due to defective digestion but are some
times inherited.
Ili v do they manifest themselves?
In many forms of cutaneous eruption, salt
rheum or eczema, pimples and boils, and in weak
ness. languor, general debility.
How are they expelled? By
which also builds up the system that has suffered
from them.
It Is the best medicine for all humors.
Largest Stock of Call for niia
Wines
? ? South of New York?finest qualities?34 va
? ? rietirs?from 10 prominent vineyards?afford
? ? leg 8D unsurpassed selection.
CHRIS XANDER, ?g
No Branches. (aul4-12d) 'Phone 1425.
EXCURSIONS, ~E~TC.
Indian Head Trip
EVEKY WEEK DAY 6:30 O'CLOCK,
Steamer Charles Macalester.
Fare, Rodiod Trip, 25c.
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RjvCf 1 Grand XV
View.
and Dress Ball,
Wednesday, Aug. 21.
Gallant knights will tilt for prizes.
Coronation Ball and Crowning of the Queen of
Love and Beauty and her attendant malda in the
evening.
Tilting will begin at 2 p.m. Thirty-five riders In
the lititB.
A GALA DAY AT RIVER VIEW.
Take Steamers Sam'l jf Pentr and Eatelle Ran
dall at 10 a.m.. 2:13, 4:30 and 0:45 p.m. Re
turning. leave River View at 12:15, 6. 8 and
10:30 p.m. Fare (round trip). Adults, 25c.; Chll
dren. 15c. anl7-3t,30
The Weems Steamboat Co.
BETWEEN BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON.
Leave Baltimore every Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday from Pier 9, Light street, at 5 p.m., ar
riving In Washington early Monday, Thursday ani
Saturday mornings.
Leave Washington every Tuesday. Thursday and
Sunday at 4 p.m.. arriving In Baltimore every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday morning early.
These steamer* ere new and first-class in every
respect, with delightful state rooms and excellent
table.
The trip from Baltimore every Saturday at 5
arriving In Washington early Monday morn
ng. Is especially commended.
State rooms can be engaged In advance from
Stephenson <& Bro.,
7TH STREET WHARF.
Telephone 745. * Je7-25,tf
"Ericsson Line Excursions."
Attractive Water Route from Baltimore.
"Through the canal to Philadelphia." Fare from
Washington by B. & O. to Baltimore, thence by
Ericsson LlDe to Philadelphia?Single, $2.7(1; round
trip, ?4. Round trip, returning all rail from Phil
adelphia (B. & O.), ffl. Steamers sail daily except
Sunday at 5 p.m. Day Boat. Monday. Wednesday
and Friday, 7:30 a.m. Tickets to Philadelphia on
sale in Washington at B. & O. ticket offices. Tick
ets for sale In Baltimore office only to Atlantic
City. Cape May, Asbury Park. Ocean Grove, Long
Branch, New \ork, Albany, Troy and points north.
Write for guide of the route and great fishing
grounds at Betterton to CLARENCE SHRIYER, G.
P. A., 204 Light St.. Baltimore, Md. JelS-tf
N
oKolk <& Washington
Every day In the year from foot of 7th ?t.
for Ft. Monroe, Norfolk, Newport News and
all points south by the superb, powerful steel
palace steamers "Newport News," "Norfolk"
and "Washington."
Lt. Washington..6:30 pn Lt. Portsmouth..5.00 nm
Lt. Alexandria. .7:00 r-m Lv. Norfolk 6:00 pm
Ar. Fort Monroe.7:00 am. Lt. Fort Monroe.7:00 pm
At. Norfolk 8:00 am! Ar. Alexandria...6:30 am
Ar. Portsmouth..8:15 ami Ar. Washington. .7:00 am
CT'For further Information apply at general
offices, 7th at. wharf, Washington, D. C.
'Phone 750. JNO. CALLAHAN, General Manager.
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The Salt Water Resort on
the Bay.
Haley's Full Concert Band
Trams Leave District Line Station
Week Days?10:S0 a.m.. 2:10 aad 0:00 p.m.
Sundays?0:30, 10:80. 11:80 a.m.; 2:30, 3:40, 8:18"
and 7:45 p.m.
Returning, leave the Beach
Week Day??8:80, 7:00 and 10:00 p.m.
Sanday*?2:00, 8:00, 6:00, 8:00 and 10:00 p.m.
Only 50 Cents Round Trip.
Colombia electric earn, bearing red signs, ran
through to District Una Station without transfer.
Way Tratna for local atatlona leave Dlatrlct Line
Station week dajra 2:80 km. and 8:80 p.m. | Son
?*0 a.m. aad feU *n, aottf
Ordered by Commissioners.
The District Commissioners have ordered:
That a Are hydrant be erected at the alley
entrance on D street southeast between
18th and 14th streets, at an estimated cost
r . ~
o? |77i that the time for completion of con
tract No. 2892 with Meads & Reynolds for
the construction of No. 10 police station Is
extended to August 27, lt*>l, without pen
alty or cost of Inspection; that sewer on
Keneaaw avenue between Park road and
18th street be repaired, at an estimated
cost of <800, chargeable to the current ap
propriation for cleaning and repairing sew
ers and baslnsL that trees be planted on
the west side of 12th street between Dover
and Concord streets, on the south side of
Dover street between loth and 12th streets
and on Lansing street between 10th and
12th streets and eastward from 12th. and
on 10th street between Lansing and Hart
ford streets, at a total estimated cost of
(384.
ITCHING
Burning Scafly
HUM01RS
Complete External and In
ternal Treatment $1.25
Consisting of CUTICURA SOAP (25c ). to cleanee
the skin of crusts and io?Im iiiwl soften tb?
thickened cuticle. CUTICURA Ointment (5f>c.t. to
allay itching and inflammation and sooth* and be*l.
and CUTICURA RESOLVENT (ftOc). to cool and
cleanse the blood. A single set is often sufficient
to cure the mort torturing, disfiguring and humili
ating skin, scalp and Mood humors, with kiss of
hair, when all else falls.
POTTER DRUQ AND CHEM. CORP.. Hols
Props., Boston. "How to Cure Itching liumors."
tree. <x)
EXCURSIONS, ETC.
SPECIAL EXCURSION
TO
Chesapeake Beach,
FOREST LODGE, No. 41,
fl. O. O. F.,
Wednesday, August 21.
50c. ROUND TRIP. CHILDREN HALF FARE.
Trains leave District Line Station 1(1:5*) a.m.,
2:30 and 5:00 p.tn. Returning, leave the Beach
8:30. 7 and 10 p.m. It
?S8 TM? POTOMAC IIVBL
To River View
There's where the cool breezes blow.
STEAMER SAM'L J. PENTZ DAILY.
ON J
5
rTHE LiTTIJC RIVER.
THE TOM THUMB RAILWAY.
THE PLEASURE CANAL*
THE WATER CHUTE,
AND ALL THE OTHERS.
Personally conducted trips every
SUNDAY. WEDNESDAY AND SATURDA*.
Steamer Pentz Iesves wharf, foot 7th St., week
days, 10 a.m., 2:15, 6:45 p.m. Sundays, 11 a.m..
2:45 and 6:15 p.m.
Dancing week djya only. Special con -rts Sun
days.
FARE?Adults 29c.
Children. .15c.
Except on the Saturday family day trips, st 10
s.m. snd 2:15 p.m., when tickets are 10c. to all.
Stops at Alexandria Wednesdays and Saturdays.
-TO
Golomal Beach.
Steamer Harry Randall
Daily, except Monday and Saturds- from River
View wharf, foot 7th St., at 8:45 a.m. Horns
apilu 10 p.m.
TICKETS. HOUND TRIP. 80c.
CHILDREN 23c.
Special Saturday Night Trips,
STEAMER T. V. ARROWSMITH,
Fr.im River View wharf, foot 7th St.. st 6 p.m.
Returning, leaves Colonial Beach at 5 p.m. Home,
10 p.m. .
FARE. ROUND TRIP 75c.
Enjoy a Cool Bath and a Cool Ride.
To Chapel Point.
Every Sunday daring the reason at 8:45 a.m.
Home again at 10 p.m.
Fine Crabbing. Fishing snd Bathing.
FARE. ROUND TRIP MV.
CHILDREN 28c.
SPECIAL MONDAY TRIPS?Str. Harry Randall,
every Monday in August. Fare, round trip, 25c.
HOTEL BELLVIEW NOW OrEN.
TO THE
PICTURESQUE A HISTORIC LOWER POTOMAC.
Steamer T. V. Arrowsmath,
EVERY MCNDAY. WEDNESDAY snd SATURDAY,
Commencing July 1.
Mondsy snd Wednesday at 4 p.m. for Colonial
Beach, Col ton's, Plney Point, St. George's Island,
Miller's, and Coan and Yeocomlco River Landings
(Tuesdays up <>nly. stopping at Nomlni Creek, St.
Clement's Bsy and Wicomico River Landings).
SI'ECLAL EXCURSIONS SATURDAYS, 6 P.M..
For Colonial Beach, Colton's, Plney Point, St
George's Island and Smith's creek.
Saturday round-trip excursion tickets to Colonial
lieat'h. good to return Suuday. 75c.
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ChautauiquaBeacIhi
(Formerly Bay Ridge). Round Trip, 50c.
Sea Bathing. Crabbing, Fishing, Amusements.
Building lots for sale and tents for rent.
B. & O., 0:10 a.m., 4:30 p.m.; Sundays, 9:10, 1:45.
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A BIO DAY.
G. A. R. and Red, White
and Blue Club.
Chautauqua Beach
(Bay Ridge),
Wednesday, Aug. 21.
Special Program and Amusements.
Round trip, 50c. Children, 25c. Everybody In
vited. Bathing and crabbing superb. Also Grand
Labor Day Outing, Sept. 2. Trains, B. & O.,
9:10 a.m., 4:30 p.m. aul7-3t
Arlington, Myer, Falls Church,
FROM AQ. BRIDGE. Schedule In R. R. column.
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HarsInaSfl
\
10 a.m., 2:30 & 6:30 p.m.
Head
TRIPS.
Evenings, 6:30 p.m.
(Every Week Day.)
Sundays to Marshall Hall, 11 a.m., 2:3069:30 p.m.
Str. Charles Hacalester.
All Amusements. Prof. Schroeder's Band.
Fart- (Round Trip) 25 cents
FOR MOUNT VERNON.
HOME AND TOMB OF WASHINGTON.
Dally, 10 a.m and 2:30 p.m. (Sundays excepted).
Fare (R)und Trip) CO cents
Admission to Grounds 25 cents
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FOR nOUNT VERNON,
ALEXANDRIA AND ARLINGTON.
ELECTRIC TRALNS, STATION 13*4 * PA. AVE.
For Alexandria and Arlington, every 45 minutes.
For Mt. Vernoa, every hour from 10 s.m. to 8
p.m., ON WEEK DAYS ONLY.
BOUND TRIP to Mt. Vernon, 60c. Round trip to
Alexandria, 25c. Round trip to Arlington, 20c.
Round trip to Mt. Vernon, including Arlington sad
Alexandria, 80c.
WASH., ATJVtxtwii * MT. VERNON ST. '
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IT'S AIXi RIGHT.
TRY IT.
CHESAPEAKE BAY
and WEST RIVER
VIA CHAUTAUQUA BEACH.
Annapolis harbor, the Naval Academy, the white
cap sail down the bay, West River, Ualesvllle,
Chalk Point, Shadv Side; snd the salt sir makes
thoussnds of people come boms happy and speak
In the highest terms of this trip.
How to get there?Leave B. ft O. Station dally
St 9:10 a.m. to Chautauqua Beach, then transfer
to the popular ateamer Emms Giles st 10:80 s.m.;
return to tbs Beach at 8:00 p.m. The finest trip
ever offered the people of Washington. Tickets to
Chautauqua. 50c., and only 25c. extra for beat a
cnzsloo. List trip, Sept. ft.
RAILROADS.
'F&flHtiran
Hi AO ILI&<S)AIB>
STATION" CORNER OK SIXTH AND n STREETS^
7:80 A.M. dally. PITTSBURG EX PR KSS-Par log
?q<1 Dining Cars HarrNhurg to Pittsburg.
10:50 A.M. dally,. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED.?
Pullman Sleeping. Dining. Kmoklug and Obaerva
tior Cars HsrrUburg to Chicago, Cincinnati. In*
dlanapolta, St. Louis, Cleveland an J Tolodo..
Buffet Parlor Car to Harrisbntg.
10:50 A.M. dally FAST LINE.-Pullman Buffet
. Parlor Car to Harrisburg. Buffet Parlor Cat
Harr.stmrg to Plttaburg.
8:80 P.M dally. CHICAGO AND ST. IvOlIS EX
PRESS. Sleeping Car Washington to St. Ixxila
and Sleeping and Dlnlnc Cars IlarrWburg to In
dlanapolla. St. Loula, LoulavUle (via Cincinnati)
and Chicago.
7:15 P.M. daliy. ST. LOC1S EXPRESS.?Pullman
81eeplig Car llarrlsbiirc to St. Louis.
7:46 P.M. dally. WESTERN EXPRESS -Pullman
Sleeping Car to r ttaburg and Chicago. Dining
Car to Chicago. ,
7:4ft P.M. dally. CLEVELAND AND CINCINNATI
EXPRESS. - Pullman Sleeping Can Washington
U Pltt?b?irg and IlarrUburg to Cleveland and
Nashville (via Cincinnati and Louisville). Dining
Oaf.
10:*' r M. rally. PACIFIC EXPRESS-Pullman
Sleeping Car to Pittsburg.
A *T dally. BUFFALO DAT EXPRESS, with
thronrh Parlor Car Dining Car and Coacbea ta
Buffalo 'la Emporium Junction.
7A.M. for Kane, Canandalgua. Rochester and
Niagara Falla dally cxrept Sunday.
10:50 A.M. for Elmlra and Renovo dally, except
S>indr.y. For Wllll?m?riort dally. 3:8<) P.M.
7:1K PM dally. BUFPALO MO I IT KX Pit ESS.
with thfoagk Buffet Sleeping Car and Coaches ta
Bnffalo, via Emporium Junction.
7 4ft P.M dally for Erie; for Rochester. Buffala
and Niagara Fall* dally except Saturday, with
SUepIng Car Waahliyrton to Rocbeater.
10 40 P.M. for Erie. Canandalgua, Rocheater. Raf
fs k> and Niagara Falla dally. Pullman Sleeping
Car Waahlngton to Rochester Satnrdaye only.
4:00 P.M. ^CONGRESSIONAL liMITfcD," dally
for New Tork, all Parlor Oars, wltb Dining Cat
from Unit) more.
FOR PHILADELPHIA. NEW TORK AND TH|
EAST.
Erpreaa. 7:00 (Dining Carl. 7:20. 8:15. ?:???. 10:00
(Dining Car). 10:25 and 11:00 (Dlnlnc Car from
Wilmington) A.M.. 12:45. 3:15. 4:50 (Dining Car
.from Baltimore). 6:50. 10:00 and 11:50 P.M. On
Sundae*. 7:00 (Dining Car). 7:20. 8:15. 0:00,
10:25. 11:00 (Dining Car from Wilmington) A.M.,
12:15, 3:15, 4:50 (Dining Car from Baltimore),
$:50 10:00 and 11:50 P.M. Fbr Philadelphia
only, Expreaa. 7:4# A.M., 12:15 P.M. week daya,
2:01. 4 10 and 8:40 P.M. dally.
For Boston without change, 7 :45 A.M. week day*
and 4:50 P.M. dally.
For Baltimore. 6:15. *1:00. 7:25, 7:45. 7:50. 8:18,
#.00. ?0:00. 10:i!8. 10:50, 11:00 A.M. 12:18,
12:45. a :25. 1:28. 2:01. 3:18. i:30 (4:00 Limited),
4:10. 4:20. 4:88. 4:50. 5:40. 8:18. 6:50. 7:15. 7:48.
10:00. 10:40. 11:35 and 11:50 P.M. On S indaya,
7:00, 7:20. 7:50, 8:15. 8:00. 9:08. 10:25. 10:50.
11:00 A.M.. 12:15. 1:15. 2:01. 8:15. 3:30 (4:06
Limited). 4:10. 4:20. 4:50. 5:40. 8:15. 0:50. 7:18,
7:45. 10:00. 10:40 kxI 11:50 P.M.
For Pope's Creek Line. 7:45 A.M. and 4:33 P.M.
week daya. Sunday*. 0:08 A.M.
For Ann.ipoila, 7:00 A.M., 12:18 and 4:20 P.M,
vrcck dare. Sundays, 0:00 A.M. and 5:40 P.M.
Express for Florida and polnte op Atlantic Coaat
Line. 4:30 A.M.. 8:12 P.M. dally.
Bxpress for Florida and polnta on Seaboard Ale
Liu*. il:01 A.M. da'ir. "Florida and Metropoll
tan Limited." 6:55 P.M. dally. iropoil
Express for Richmond only 9:08 A.M. week dava.
5:00 P.M. daily.
Accommodation far Quantlco. 7:46 A.M. dally and
4:25 P.M. week dam.
SEASHORE CONNECTIONS.
For Atlantic City (via Delaware River Bride* all?
rail route). 11:00 A.M.. 4:10 and 11T.0 PM
n?.,,r,?12A45rtPVodajr*" VU Market Street
Wharf, 9:00 (Saturday only), 10:00 nnl 11:00
A.M.. 12:45 P.M., week daya, 11:50 P.M. dally.
12:15 P.M. Sunday* onlv.
"Atlantic City Special,*' 1:28 P.M. week daya.
Solid vestibule train, Pullman Buffet Parlor Cart.
Combined Car, and roaches through toAtliinticCltr.
For Cape iay. 10:00, 11:00 A.M., 12:45 P.M.
week daya. 11:50 P.M. dally.
For Asbi'rr Park. Ocean Grove and I/>ng Branch.
11:50 P.M. dally. S:15, 11:00 A.M. und 12:4$
P.M. week daya.
Ticket offices, corner Fifteenth and G street*,
and at the atatlon. Sixth and B streets, where or
ders can be left for the checking of ba^*sage to
destination from hotel* and residence!.
Telephone call "1AAV for Pennsylvania Railroad
Cab Service.
J. B. HUTCHINSON. J. R. WOOD.
General Manager. General Tasseigor Agent.
BALTIHORE & 0H20
RAILROAD.
Leave Washington. New Jersey ave. and C at.
Chicago and Northwest, *10:50 a.m.. *.S:05 p.m.
Cincinnati, St. Loul* and Indianapolis. *10:00
a.m.. *3:45 p.m.. *1:10 night.
Pittsburg and Cleveland, *lo:50 a.m., *8:30 p.m.
and *1:00 night.
Columbus and Wheeling. *8:08 p.m.
Annapolis, t7:15. **S:30 a.m., t!2:15. **4:35 and
f4:30 p.m.
Baltimore, week days. x2:35, 5:00, 6:30. x7:08,
*7:15. xS:30, 8:35, xl?:30, xlO:00 a.m., xl2:10 m..
12:15. xl :10, x3:00, *4:00. x4:30, 4:35, x5:08.
*5 10. *5:30, x6:20, 6:30. x8:00. *10:(?0. *11:80.
11:35 p.m. Sundays, xL*:35. *7:05, *7:15. 8:80.
x9:00 a.m.. *12:10, xl:10. 1:15, x3:(*>. x;v.3<?. 4:38.
*5:itfi, *5:10. 6:30. *8:00, *10:00. *11:30, *11:85 p.m.
For Chautauqua Beach week dayi, 9:10 a.m.,
4:30 p.m. Sundays, 9:10 a.m., 1:45 p.m.
ROYAL BLUE LINE.
All tralna Illuminated with Plntacb light.
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New Tork, Boston and
the East. *2:35, *7:05 (Diner), tS:30 (Buffet).
??9:00 (Diner), fl0:00 (Diner) a.m., *12:10 (Diner).
?1:10 (Diner), *8:00, "Royal Limited," (Diner).
f4:00 (Buffet), ?S:?) (Diner), *8:00 and *11:30
p.m. (Sleeping car open at 10:00 o'clock.)
Parlor cara on all day tralna.
Atlantic City, fl0:00 a.m., fl2:10 noon and tl:10
and t3:00 p.m.
For Chautauqua Beach, week daya. 9:10 a.m..
4:30 p.m. Sunaaya, 9:10 a.m., 1:45 p.m.
For schedule of local tratna, call at ticket efflcm.
?Dally. tE*<ept Sunday. **Sunday jnly.
* Express tralna.
Baggage called for and checked on order* left at
ticket offices, 619 Pennsylvania avenue northwest,
hew York avenue aud 15th street, and at depot.
Telephone ticket offlcea for B. and O. Electric Au
tomobile Caba. D. B. MARTIN, Mgr. Pass. Traffle.
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SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
Schedule corrected to June 1, 1801.
Trains leate from Pennsylvania Station.
8:01 a.m. Dally. Local for Harrlaouburg. War.
renton. Charlotte and way stations.
11:15 a.m. Dally. 0. S. Fast MalL Sleeping
cars to New Orleana, Columbia, Savannah and
Jackaonvllle. uniting at Sallabury with sleeper fog
Asbevllle. Chattanooga and Mempbla, and at Dnn>
vllle with aleepef for Birmingham and at Cha>
lotte wltb sleeper for Augusta. Solid train Wash
ington to New Orleaita. Dining car service.
11:37 a.m. Dally. Local fur Warrent^o and
Charlottesville.
4:01 p.m. Week Daya. Loeal for Front Royal,
Strasburg and Harrlsuuburg.
4:30 p.m. Dally. Local for Warren too and Char.
lotteavQle.
8:50 p.m. Dally. Washington and Chattanooga
Limited (via Lyocbbnrg). Sleeping cars to Roa
noke. Knoxvllle Chattanooga, Memphis and New
Orleans. Through coach to Memphis. Diulng car
service.
8:52 p.m. Dally. N. T. and Fla. Exprcaa. Sleep,
lng cars to Augusta, wltb connections for Aiken
and Charleston, and to Savannah, Jacksonville and
Port Tampa. Through coach to Jacksonville, unit
ing at Danville with Pullman sleepers from Rich
mond and Norfolk for Charlotte. Tourlat sleep**
Wssblngton to 8an Francisco Mondays, Wednen
dajs and Fridays. Dining car service.
10:45 p.m. Dally. Washington and Southwestern
Limited?the only excluaivelv Pullman train be
tween Washington and the South. Sleeping car*
to Ashevllle. Knoxvllle. Chattanooga uud Nash
ville, and to Atlanta. Macon. Blrmlngi.um, Men*
phis, Montgomery, Mobile ana New Orleans. Clan
car Washington to Atlanta. Dining car service.
TRAINS ON fcLUEMONT BRANCH.
Leave Washington 8:10 s.m., 1:00 p.m., 4:85
rm. and 4:49 p.m., week daya, and 9:01 a.m. and
25 p.m.. Sundays only, for Bluemont, and 6:25
p.m.. week days, for Leesburg.
Returning, arrive Washington 8:24 a.m. and 8:00
.m.. daily, and 8:84 a.m. and 2:45 p.m.. week
ays. from Bluemont, and 6:57 a.m., wet* daya,
from Leesburg.
Through trains from the 8 nth arrire Washington
6:42 s.m.. 6.52 a.m.. 7:35 a.m.. dally. 2.15 p.m.
and 9:00 p.m. dally. From Harrisonburg, 11:87
a.m.. week days, and 9:40 p.m.. dally. From
Charlottesville. 8:28 a.m. and 8:40 p.m., dally.
Tickets, sleeping car reservations aud other In
formation furnished and baggags called (or and
chocked from hotels and residences by Union
Transfer Co.. on orders left at Ticket Odice. 708
15th st. n.w.; 511 Pa ave. n.w. and at Penna.
Station.
'I'bone 1441 for P. R. R. Cab Service.
FRANK 8. GANNON, 3d V. P. and Gen. Mgr.
8. H. HARDWICK. General Paas'r Agent.
L. 8 BROWN. General Agent.
ARLINGTON-MYER-FALLS CHURCH.
STATION. AQUEDUCT BRIDGE.
To Falls Church ? *6:15, *6:50, x7:2<?, x8:30.
*9:30. 10:30, *11:30, 12:30, *1:30, 2:34), x3:30 4,
*4:30. 5. *5:30, 6, *6:30. 7, *8, *9:30. *11,
Sat. and Sunday night, hourly after 8 P M. Hourly
to West End on Sunday. xTo West End.
To Myer and Arl.?16:15 f7. t7:50. t8:46. 9:15,
t9:45 f7:45 P.M.', t8:45. t9:45. tl0:45. tll:B0.
tTo Nanck. Coach aci^aa bridge. 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Seaboard Air Line Railway
CAPITAL CITY ROUTE.
LEAVE WASHINGTON. P. R. R. STATION:
11:01 A.M., FLA. AND ATLANTA FAST DAILY
MAIL?Through Pullman Sleeper to Jacksonville,
connecting at Hamlet with Pullman Sleeper to
Atlunta.
0:55 P.M., FLA. AND METROPOLITAN DAILY
LIMITED?Throngh Pullman Sleepers to Tarupa
and Atlanta. Tbese tralna offer excellent sched
ules to Petersburg, Raleigh, Southern Pines
(Plnehurst). Camden, Columbia, Savannah, Jack*
son vllle and all Florida polnta; Charlotte. Athena,
Atlanta, New Orleana, Chattanooga, Nashville,
all polnta west and southwest.
4:80 A.M. DAILY, LOCAI^-To Petersburg. Raleigh,
Southern Pines (Plnehurst), Hamlet and Inter
mediate polnta.
Office: 1434 N. Y. ave. and Penna. ticket offlcea.
B. E. L. BUNCH. W. H. DOLL,
Gen. Paaa. Agt. Gen. Agt.
Chesapeake & Ohio Ry.
Trains leave from Pennaylvanla Station.
8:00 P.M. DAILY?Cincinnati and St. Louts Spe
cial?Solid train for Cincinnati. Pullman Sleepers
to Cincinnati, Lexington, Louisville, Indianapolia
and St. Louis without change. Connection lor
Virginia Hot Springs daily. Observation Parlor
Car Washington to White 8ulpbur and U ntoa weak
daya. Dining Car. Parlor Cara Cincinnati to
Chicago.
11:10 P.M. DAILY?F. F. V. Limited?Solid trala
for Cincinnati. Pullman Sleepers to Cincinnati
Lexington and Lonlavllle without change. Connect
tlon for Virginia Hot Springs dally. Diulng Car.
Sleepers Cincinnati to Chicago and St. Lou!a.
Reservation and tickets at Chesapeake and Ohio
office. 518 Pennaylvanla avenue; 009 Fourteenth
street, near F. and at the atation. Telephone calL
Mala 1441. for Pennsylvania Railroad Cab servica!
H._W. FULLER.
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