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"We Sell and Rent Houses." Prospective Investors in Ileal Estate will profit by consulting us. At l?r?*sent we have some especially desirable invest ment pn>i*rties. t7i'all an?l talk it over with us. . Moore <& Hill, 111 14th St. | je11-U?l 1212 F Street ?is the new ?location of the Columbia Phonograph Co. ? A big stock of <;raph<-phones and ?Grapbepbone Supplies. my24-lm. 14 -?Owen tailoring is absolutely be yond criticism. ?Perfect in every detail of make, finish, ft ?and ntyle. N\\ arrivals in English Stripe ? Flannels and Fancy Vesting*. Come and ?view them. Owen, M?nTl""v??>0.423 Jlthst. jell KM A BRBGHT NEW FLOOR Fcr Holm's ran l?e made bright Puint ! ami new-like w i * h -p. iCAr ll .Ukins Floor Oil Depot, j Try it. ?*13 7th 8t. FLOOR OIL. Jell ltd ?Mr. ACan Davis, PRINCIPAL OF TIIK ?Business High School? ? writes us fhat he ?find* MANHATTAN ? T\ I'EWRI 1 FICS ENTIRELY ? S \TISFA< To|:V ?They cost only .*!?<>? ? Why pay $l?*i for a ?typewriter when yon <*an : perfect satisfaction at $50? John C? Parker, 619 7th. je 11-14.1 i 9tb at. 'Phone 760. Modern Carpet Cleaning. Stumph & Lyford, proprietors of The Stumph Bedding Co., 631 to 639 Mass. Ave., "Just around the corner from 7th 8t." Jel1-2o.tr We don't simply try to step the leaks? ?!WE DO IT." Our roof work is thorough?final and cr mpletc-and furthermore is fully guar antied. Craftcn Son,?;;""*Elpor" ?Window Screens and Screen Doors made to order at headquarters. rxstal card will summon <>nr man to ?measure thf il'?.rs and windows of jour - torn- and furnish an estimate of the cost ?of Wire Screens. We make the most sub ? stantial Screens?the kind that fit and look ?well. Quick work -small cost. Thos. W. Smith, ^ ETa^ jelC-3m 20 'Phone East .!>. ~~?l want bookkeepers ? ? T> step working so hard and use my ruled-to ? ? . rdei blank books. Estimates free. ji, ?ix;r.s* BOOKKINDERY. YJ> lltb (next to S>tar). jel ?*-??*! __ . bake beautiful bread, K. 11. and < akt* in my YORK GAS RANGE.*' said : ..nr lady customers. Say the word w. 'll b?nd too one and put It up lor $i?>. \\ ,t IU T'-minson. -20 i*rrn sr. jeiftfid The Hottest Days_ Are Made Endurable _t.T an ELECTRIC FAN In your borne or office \V> install the BEST at short notice. All stjiis and sizes LOWEST PKH RS. Nat'i Electrical Supply Co., 1417 NEW YORK A V EN I E. JelO-lOd You'll llardlv Recognize THE OLD FLOORS - after in aj.pli. atl-n "f RE1LLYS FLOOR Tr ? v ifiTe cheap wih^Ib the appearance of the moat eipensive hardwoods. ?r A Hugh Really, 1334 N.Y.Av. Painters' Supplies, Glass, Mirrors, &c. jel?-10?l L-C.rav Flannels in Beautiful Stripe Effects are Fashionable for Gentle men ? this s^as?.n for both town and country wear. ^7Wf are showing the newest patterns, ^our Inspection of whieb is Invited. E. H. Snyder & Co., Tailors, 61 c. ESSORS TO SNYDER & WOOD. 1111 Pa.Ave. jclo 111! Card Index Supplies. Shannon Supplies. Yawman & Erbe Mfg. Co., 1*16 F street. Telephone "Main 21X55. >H?-14d ' ? JUNE 9. 1902. SPECIAL NOTICE?Win. B Randolph Is not in JOHN B ESPEY. 3t lolu 1'a. hp. fcrlKMKSAZOtiiB. SPIRIT!"AL MEDIEM HC I! ST N W MEETINGS Sl'MjAli. Tt E3 ]Hy FRIDAY EVGS. INTERVIEWS DAILY. ap2.?-44f _ -1 NEVER DISAPPOINT. ' Mediocrity is Dangerous! s., said Gladstone on one of those memorable occasions when he was wont to electrify tho ?,.rld with his magnetic utterance#. In recog n'tl-n cf this principle we fail to nay any re ti the Idea of cbeapoesa Irnspective Cf worth We have not tried to follow precedents, I t ra'her to make precedents. The ree'ilt la e.'.dllv seen in the high character of our work, r.adiiy sien '^yKUN s A1>AMH PRINTER, Business Literature 512 11th street. a sjieclalty. je<J nn line ANNEAL ELECTION OF NINE TRESTEES of the tlcrman Amerlcau Fire Insurance Com pany of 1?. C. will be held at the office of the company. 6H Tth st. n w on THLRSDAY. ti'vl' hi iui2 Polls open, fn?m 11 a.m. to 1 ?.m H. li. BEROMANN, Secretary. my!4-w.6t PRINCETON ENIVERSITY. TV.- entrscce examinations for Princeton I niver ? Itr will lw held in the Examination HaU of the < v| Service Com mission, corner 8th and E streets I?rthwrt.t. 12 *oJ 13. beglunlng at 9 1 Forkfurther information apply to Re?. Charle* Aiv'n Smith. 3110 Dumbarton avenue, Georgetown, j, who may 1* seen in this connection any evening between 6 and u pArroN. r",,M"Dt COAL. COAL. COAL. T^Tt'rVa'm^hTriVr^Wrrd'TumT'^n'e?, fcrvr vrBALDWIN JOHNSON. n:?2"-26t Neglige Shirtsl on. entire line is now on ins potion, and w? re invite the public to call in and examine ?K? Onr assortment includes White" Madra* PU?ed. rhevlots white and colore^ ilk! Shirts cuff on or detached; prices. $1.00 ^jissstsrrijsr or TYSSOWSKl BROS., 726 15TH ST. Vj.dYXr Un<atrWeg;: Delmei's Linen Mexh frs^A~NU3SANCE To use two pair of glaaaes. See our popuUr Bif<> M. A. LEESEtPopai"'Kl'"i mhl3-tf.S Does Your Watch Keep Time? If oot. bring It to M. Ws an Experts at Watcfc laealrln*. Watches cleaned C| Ma.naprlags E. G. HINES, Mfg. Jeweler, . Il2i F St N W ^ work ?uaran teed. Clocks * Jot a ad tfellveesd. KelepfaoM Mala S0M-X apS-Ttt-10 SPECIAL NOTICES. SPIRITUALISM. MRS. 8TEPHEN8' MEETING THI RSI>AY. at 2 p.m. Private readings u.iily. 4??2 A st. n.e. It* FOR KKN*T THE COUNTRY MANSION OF -THE late Col. A. T. Brit ton, near Betbesda, Md.; five minutes' walk from Rockville trolley oars; , hoiste in perfect order; completely furnished; ? lnrg?> rooms; spacious double-story verandas; hot and cold water; gas; fine shade; summer house and flower pardons: a perfect country home; will rent for the season, or l?y the year, on reasonable terms. The entire property, comprising about 90 acres, with farmer's house, barn, outbuildings, and including also n handsome cottage of 8 rooms. Is offered for sale. For terms of rental or sale apply to AMERI CAN SECURITY AND TRUST COMPANY, No. 14o5 G st. n.w. Jell-3t WILL PERSON* WHO WERE ON 7TH ?T. CAR June 4. 11*)2, which ran over small boy, 7th and R sts. n.w.. please communicate with J. THEO. RUPL1, l.H?3 F st. n.w.? Jell 3t* OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF MEDICAL SUPER visors of the District of Columbia. Washington, June 11. H*>2.?Physicians and midwlves desiring to enter the July examination of candidates for licenses to practice medicine and to practice midwifery, respectively, should file their appli cations with the undersigned on or before the 25th Instant. WILLIAM C. WOODWARD, JeTl.lS,24-3a Secretary. THE QUARTERLY DIVIDEND OF ONE PER cent ??n the capital stock of THE COLUMBIA TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY will payable at the office of said company. No. 500 5th street northwest. Washington. D. <\, on or after Mon day. June .'Hi. lIMrj. Hooks for transfer of stock will close Friday. June 20, 1002. Jell.14.18 J D. COUCHLAN. Secretary. SPIiufi A LISM ~TEN WRIT*'EN OUESTIONS on any matters answered for $1. Mr. Keeler, medium. 018 II st. n.w. Public meetings Mon dav. Wednesday. Friday nights. Short time only. Telephone 2521 F. JelMJt* INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS. ACCOUNTANTS Page 15 AMUSEMENTS Page 16 APARTMENTS TO LET Page 14 ATLANTIC CITY REAL ESTATE Page 15 ATTORNEYS Page 15 AUCTION SALES Page 13 AUTOMOBILES Page 14 BOAR DIM J Page 14 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Page 14 CITY ITEMS Page 16 OHWTKY ItOAltD Vase 15 iin XTIIY I'KlH'EItTY Tage 14 DEATHS Page 5 KENTISTIIY Page 15 CATS. ETC Page 14 EDITATIONAli rage 15 EXCURSIONS Page 16 FINANCIAL Page 3 FOREIGN POSTAL SERVICE Page 13 FOR EXCHANGE Page 15 FOR REN T (Flats) Page 14 FOR RENT (Halls) Page 14 FOR RENT (Hoiihi's) Page 14 FOR KENT (Offices) Page 14 FOR RENT (Rooms) Tage 14 FOR RENT (Stores) Page 14 FOR SALE (Houses) Page 18 FOR SALE (I-ots) Page 15 FOR SALE (Miscellaneous) Page 15 HORSES AND VEHICLES Page 14 LADIES' <;<M>DS Page 14 LEGAL NOTICES Page 14 LOCAL MENTION Page 16 LOST AND FOF.ND Page 14 MACHINERY, ETC Page 16 MARRIAGES Page 5 MEDICAI Page 15 MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN Page IS OCEAN TRAVEI I'age 15 OFFICIAL NOTICES Page 15 PALMISTRY Page 15 PERSONAI Page 14 PIANOS AND ORGANS Page 9 PIANOS TI'NED Page 14 POTOMAC RIVER BOATS Page 14 PROItKSALS Page 15 RAILROADS Page 16 REAL ESTATE (Out of City) Page 14 ROOMS AND BOARD I'age 14 SEASHORE REAL ESTATE Page 15 SPECIAL NOTICES Page 3 SUBURBAN PROPERTY Page 15 SI MMER RESORTS Page 15 SURVEYS, PLATS, ETC Page 15 UNDERTAKERS I'age 15 WANTED (Help) Page 14 WANTED (Houses) Tage 14 WANTED (Miscellaneous) Page 14 WANTED (Rooms) Page 14 WANTED (Situations) Page 14 USE OF PUBLIC SPACE. Recommendations Made to Commis sioners Upon Two Bequests. The attention of the District Commis sioners was invited several weeks ago to the fact that th< re are no trees on the north side of New York avenue between tith and 7th streets; that the sidewalk is obstructed by lumber on the south side of the same avenue between 5th and tith streets, and that a portion of the reserva tion has been fenced in on 4th street be tween N and O streets. The acting Engineer Commissioner has recommended that Messrs. Libbey and Mil ler be informed that they are at present making an unauthorized use of the public space for the storage of lumber at New York avenue and 0:h street, and that they will be required to discontinue such use unless they secure, prior to January 1 next, the written consent of all owners of prop erty fronting on either street or avenue on which it is desired to make such use of public space within S9X) feet of the lumber yard. It is explained that the fence placed around the reservation at 4th and O streets was constructed under the supervision of the officer in charge of public buildings and grounds. A request was recently made of the District Commissioners by Mr. Thomas W. Smith of 1st and Indiana ave nue northwest that he be permitted to occupy the parking space on south, west and north sides of the square south of square 744 and the south and east sides of square 744 for the purpose of piling lum ber. The matter was investigated by the en gineer department and the conditions in that locality taken into account. On rec ommendation of Captain H. C. Newcomer, acting Engineer Commissioner, it was to day decided that the permission desired will not be granted without the written consent of all the owners of property fronting in the street so used, within 2<H) feet of the lumber yard. Plea of Not Guilty Entered. William J. Kroh. who was arrested by Detective Weedon esterday afternoon on a charge of embezzling $172.40, pleaded not guilty to the allegation in the Police Court this morning, and waived an examination. Judge Kimball fixed the security at $o<H> until the case Is called In the upper court. The warrant on which Kroh was arrested was issued at the Instance of George H. Keppler, 5NK5 10th street northwest, and sets forth that the money was misappropriated by the defendant while in the employ of the National Association of Steam and Hot Water Filters. WHY DON'T TMEY GO? A WAY T'J PUSH OFF THE "HANG OX'S." Perhaps some day you will wake np to the fact that coffee is quickly and purely doing the business for you. You wonder why the symptoms of dis ease. which grow more and more pronounced, do not disappear, but hang on in spite of all the medicines you- can take. Fixed organic disease may result if you keep up your present course, and yet it is an easy thing to give up coffee and get well. Have your cook make Postum Food Coffee strictly according to direc tions. and that is easy. Use enough of It and boil 1< ng enough to bring out the taste, then you will find that the famous food drink will satisfy your coffee taste and the^old .troubles gradually disap pear. There are hundieds of thousands of cases in America that prove the truth of this statement. A gentleman from Columbus, Oa., says: "My \%ife had been an invalid for some time and did not seem to yield to any sort of medicines. She could not eat anything without distress, and nat urally was badly run down in every way. ?'Finally we concluded that perhaps It was the c< (Tee that hurt her. so she quit it ami went on to Postum. also began using (irape-Nuts Breakfast Food. She Immediately l?egan to improve and kept gaining strength and health, now she can eat heartily of anything she want?, vegetables and anything else, without hurting her. She has gain ed nearly thirty pounds since she made the change. "I saw such an improvement in her health that I decided to quit coffee myself, and you would tie surprised to are the change. 1 have gained fn flesh about 25 pounds, and have entirely lost the old. dull headaches that I used to have so much. "Our t^o" children are '-very fond of Pottum; You can use my name If you like." T. M. Cvsgiu, 1220 10th ave., Columbus, Ui. A CASE OF SELFISH, ARTIFICIAL HORROR. | ?* THE NICARAGUA EARTHQUAKE BUGBEAR. "Nicaragua is a dangerous and unfit place for any great works of a public charac ter. and. most of all. for a vast canal system built of concrete and masonry, to which any earthquake or volcanic disturbance would be fatal."?Interview with James J. Hill, railroad president. Reproduced from The Evening Star of May 19, 1002. Hill, the Canal's Friend. Fr?.m the ,\ew York Times. That lion-hearted champion of the isth mian canal. James J. Hill, has not too soon or too loudly raised the voice of warning against the folly of building a watei way subject to destruction by the terrific vol canoes that stud the Nicaragua route. His is the voice of sincere solicitude, the heartfelt, earnest appeal of a man known the world over as the great bulwark of our canal policy. j When the cloud-piercing volcanoes of the Nicaragua route are sketched for us by the hand of some promotor of the American syndicate that has acquired an interest in the Panama canal which it is anxious to part with for cash to the United States government, we perceive the motive of sor did calculation. When persons notoriously hostile to any canal draw up the awful cata.ogue of the eruptions, quakings, cata clysms and catastrophes that have shaken and torn Nicaragua and Costa Rica since the dawn of history, in contrast with the lovely peace and tranquillity of the Pana ma region, the familiar policy of employ ing the remote project to kill off the one that is r.ear and imminent is again reveal ed. But James J. Hill speaks with the per nections"tereStedneSS ?f th<Se railroad con C'ompany"1 ?f th6 Great Xorthern Railroad President of the Northern Securities Com pa n v. i?f th? Chica?o. Burlington and Quino\ Railroad ( ompany V^trp?f,!he St" Paui' Minneapolis and Manitoba Railway Company. n^iC?r? of ,,h.e Mason <-''ty and Fort Dodge Railroad c ompanv. Director of the Krie Railroad Company No man in the country has so many rea o?nhS,i,?/QVleWi^ w,lth aIarm the proposal to build a canal under the belching craters of I oseguina and Ometepe. .a f(Jjitrast between these sober and well-weighed words of Mr. James J Hill as eminent for his scientific knowledge of 'elfish h " Ivol,an?cs as he 18 for Ins un .elfi. h de\otion to the cause of the in ter-oceanic canal. what a contrast, we sav i >S warnin? utterance and the a frfvolous -observations of the isthmian canal commission ? ? ? Strangely enough, the isthmian cana> faile<J to report upon the dan gtr that the canal would some time he ?oTidWful|mof \'y vokan'c flres and filled up ' ,'UV lava. The members of the commission went over the route. Thev must have seen the hundreds of volcanoes spoutinK forth molten matter, superheated -team, fire and brimstone. Probably thev did not know what they were. Marriage Licenses. Marriage licenses have been issued to the following: White-Joseph Goodrick and Fannie Ram by; Alfred Costello and Kdith Federwish; Thomas Boggess and Florence Rye; Albert Beck and Annie Driscoll; William Stonnell ?, Falrfax county, Va? and Annie Holland of this city; William Littleton and Alice Knopp; Charles Fenner and Elizabeth rosperi; Walter Stephens of Memphis Tenn., and I^illian Yates of this citv- Pm' cLu"% and Susie L1"?e- both of stoney Creek Sussex county, Va.; Edgar Manle and Catherine Thornton; Richard Burns and Annie Fox; William Sparshot and Hat tie Proctor; Burtis Summers and Marv Shannon; Cyrus Beery of Bridge-water vl and Rose McCarthy of this citv; David Duley of this city and Elsie He'ngst of > ork county, Pa. C"BS' 01 ism rr,: c"'" ? Deaths in the District. The following deaths were reported to the health office during the twenty-four hours ended at noon today; Annie Johnson, 74 years; Bridget Madigan, G3 years; Adelaide V. Long, 57 years; Walter M. Conn, 43 years; Lucy H. Maury, 42 years; Fannie Johnson. ,W years; Marcel Boyer, 32 years Ignatius Caruso. 22 years; infant of Wil liam and Gertrude Philips, 7 days; infant of E. and Si is.-in Kauffman, 5 days; infant of James and Mamie A. Steele 1 day. Closing I. 0. M. Visitation. The last of the series of visitations of the officers of the Grand Lodge of the District of Columbia, Independent Order of Mechan ics, took place last night with Columbia Lodge, No. 1, in I. O. M Hall. In the ab sence of Grant Architect J. T Heare kept away by illness, the visitation was in charge of Vice Grand Architect Henry Franklin. The grand officers were under escort of Union Commanderv, No 1 unl form degree. Lieut. J. A. Nagel in'com mand, and were received wirh an address of welcome by Past Supreme Ruler H E Weaver, presiding. Vice Grand Architect Franklin responded. The doors were then opened and the ladles and outside friends of the members were admitted. Union Lodge, No. 1, Ladies of the I. O. M. was creditably represented. After a general Interchange of greetings there were remarks by Mrs. F. M Raitz deputy grand president of the Ladles of the I. O. M.; recitations by Mrs. S. J. Chauncev past president: instrumental music by Mi's Etta Raitz; a "Negro Sermon" by Supreme Representative A. G. Stevens, and remarks by Past - Supreme - Rider - L. H. Patterson Ice cream and cake were served to all In attendance. Tax Erroneously Paid. In response to an application recently made by Ellen E. Carr of 535 26th street northwest, for a refund of the amount paid for tax for the year litOl on part of lot 13 square 31, assessed in the name of Thomas J. O'Brien, Mr. E. W. W. Griffin, acting assessor has reported that the tax, amount 1 k 5*? erroneousIy paid and should be refunded. On the Beach Front. A modern equipment, with elevator ser vice. renders the Hotel Majestic at Ocean Grove, N. J., unusually attractive this sea son. The Majestic is on the beach front, at the corner of Ocean pathway, and Clement & Clement are the proprietors. OCCASIONAL SHOWERS. Partly Cloudy and Cooler Tonight and Thursday. Forecast till 8 p.m. Thursday.?For the District of Columbia, Delaware and Mary land, partly cloudy and cooler tonight and Thursday, with occasional showers; variable winds. For Virginia, partly cloudy tonight, with showers in interior and cooler in northern portion. Thursday showers and cooler; va riable winds. Weather conditions and general forecast. ?Conditions are very much unsettled throughout the country, except in the south ern states, and there have been showers from the northern slope eastward through New England and also in the Ohio valley. Temperatures continued high during Tues day from the Mississippi valley westward, except in the extreme northwest, and they have risen considerably in the Ohio valley and the middle Atlantic states. Unsettled weather will cohtinue tonight and Thursday from the Ohio valley and lower lake region eastward, with occasional showers. There will also lie showers in Tennessee, and on Thursday in the south Atlantic states. On the New England and middle Atlantic coast the winds will be fresh and mostlv easterly; on the south Atlantic and east gulf coasts light to fresh and mostly south erly, and on the lower ilakes fresh to brisk, with squalls, becoming westerly Thursdav. Steamers which depart today for Euro pean ports will have fresh easterly winds, becoming variable, with unsettled "weather 13 the Grand Banks. The following heavy precipitation (in inches) has been reported diiring the past twenty-four hours: Springfield. 111., 1.01; Da venport, 1.48; Father Point, 1.40. Records for Twenty-Four Hours. The following were the readings of the thermometer and bartuaeU-r at the weather bureau for the twenty-four hours begin ning at 2 p.m. yesterday: Thermometer: June lo?i p.m., S3- 8 p m ii, 12 midnight, 73. June 11? a.m.. 02; 8 a. m., 72; noon. 85; 2 p.m., 80. Maximum, so. at Z p.m., June 11; minimum, 01, at 5 a m June 11. ?.??., Barometer: June 10?4 p.m.. 2H.82- 8 nm 12 midnight, 21..85. June lli-| a.'m ! -XJ.SS; 8 a.m., 211.88; noun, 2!>.84; 2 p.m., 21i.S0. Condition of the Water. Temperature and condition of the water a m ; Great Falls?Temperature, 74 condition, _8. Dalecarlia reservoir?Temper atlire, 75; condition at north connection, 22 condition at south connection, 36. George town distributing reservoir?Temperature in. condition at influent gatehouse. 30; con dition at effluent gatehouse, 30. Washing ton city reservoir?Temperature. 75; condi tion at influent, 30; condition at effluent, 30. Tide Table. T?day?Low tide, 0:25 a.m. and 0:54 p m ? high tide, 12:08 p.m. 1 ' Tomorrow-Low tide, 7:30 a.m and 7 55 P.m.; high tide, 12:43 a.m. and 1:07 p m The Sun and Moon. Today?Sun rises, 4:31 a.m.; sun sets 7?7 S>.m. Moon sets, 11:30 p.m. Tomorrow?Sun rises, 4:31 a.m. The City Lights. li r?h.e,C'ty ''shts and naphtha lamps all lighted by thirty minutes after sunset; ex tinguishing begun one hour before sunrise. All arc and Incandescent lamps lighted fif teen minutes after sunset and extinguished forty-five minutes before sunrise. TEST AT INDIAN HEAD. Shots to Be Fired at Armor for Cruisers. A ballistic test of Krupp armor will be made at ,.ie naval proving grounds, Indian Head, Friday, when a six-inch plate repre senting a large group of armor for the cruisers Maryland and Colorado will be fired ipon for acceptance trial. The tests will include the firing of three shots at the plate, with velocities that would obtain for certain ranges in actual battle. The students of the Artillery School at Fort Monroe will witness the test for pur poses of instruction. Deliveries of armor under contract for 33,000 tons, costing approximately $H.OOOOOO are now being made so rapidly that the ship builders find they cannot keep pace with them. BURIED AT MtflTNT OLIVET. -M i i Funeral Services Over the Remains of Marcel Boyer. The body of Marcef Boj-fcr, the French man who died on a Southern railway train near Greensboro. N. Monday night, as stated in yesterday's Star/was interred at Mount Olivet cemete'ry this morning. His funeral took place from Lee's undertaking establishment. Smashed Josephine's Mouth. "Your honor, I asked this girl a simple question and she ^mashed me in the mouth," Josephine Jyhnson, colored, told Judge Kimball when fclarfe Tyler, colored, was arraigned in the Police Court this morning on a charge'of assault. t Josephine said she had 'on a new dress Monday night and when she met Maria on Reeves street she asked the latter h?? it looked. Maria evidently did not wish to be worried and acttd as Josephine Informed the court. Policeman Siebert, who arrived on the scene while the trouble was in progress, placed Maria under arrest. She refused to avail herself of the privilege of making a statement. The fine was 120, with two months in jail as the equivalent. Verein Baden Incorporated. The Verein Baden was Incorporated today by certificate filed with the recorder of deeds. The objects, of the society are be nevolent, charitable and social purposes. -John Kraft, August Baie'rleln, Carl "Ham- | mel, Karl Schorb, Joseph Zegowitz, Phillip Ditfoe, Karl AchstetUr and John B. Geier are the incorporators. FINANCIAL. ?We'll loan any portion off the $130,000 now on fluaod at 5% interest ?Georgetown Real Estate security pre ferred. ?We appreciate the value of prompts** in negotiating loans-you'll g?'t the mon?\v you want in tbe shortest possible time when you apply to us. The Miller-Shoemaker Real Estate Co., lDCorpora"'d I323"I325 32d St. 'Phone West 40. je6-78t.20 MERUENTHALEU LINOTYPE (OMI'ANY. New York. June 10. 1902. At a meeting of tbe Board of Directors held this day a regular quarterly dividend of 1 WO AND A HAL#F PER CENT was declared, payable <11 i?nd after June 30, 1902. to tbe stockholders ->f rcceid on Saturday, June 14, 1902. at 1 o'clock p.ui. The transfer books will close on Saturday. Jure 14, 1902. at 1 o'clock p.m.. and reopen on Tuesday, July 1. 1902. at 10 o'clock a.m. jell-2t FRED'K J. WARBIRTON. Tieasurer. THE COURTS. Equity Court No. .1?Justice Hagner. McKillen agt. McKillen; decree dismiss ing bill witnout prejudice. Jordan agt. Jordan et al.; appearance of absent de fendants ordered. Low agt. Lake; decree dismissing cause. Empire State Realty Company agt. Hughes; pro confesso against certain defendants and appointed guardian ad litem. Pilling agt. Walsh; sales confirmed nisi. Katzenstein agt. Raub; testimony before J. W. Hulse, ex aminer, ordered taken. Crabtree agt. Rand; hearing of rule continued till June 17, 1902. Davis agt. Davis; John H. Walter appointed guardian ad litem. McNab agt. McNab; motion to strike name of J. \V. Patterson from record overruled. Shafer agt. McCandlish; payment from registry of $3,030 ordered. Mvles agt. Miles; sale de creed. R. F. Downing trustee to sell. Bland agt. Bland; annulment of marriage de creed. Cogswell agt. Faunce; on hearing. Bankruptcy Court?Justice Hagner. In re Henry F. Meyer; hearing on dis charge fixed for June 26. District Court?Justice Hagner. In re Chang Ling; time to file transcript of record extended thirty days. Circuit Court No. 1?Chief Justice Bingham. Tanngr agt. Towles et al.; on trial. Circuit Court No. 2?Justice Clabaugh. United States ex rel. Riverside Oil Co. agt. Secretary of ihe Interior and United States ex rel. the Cosmos Exploration Co. agt. same; on hearing. Criminal Court No. 2?Justice Barnard. United States agt. Charles Dorsey, big amy; verdict, guilty. United States agt. Edward Leonard, housebreaking; verdict, not guilty. United States agt. Daniel John son, embezzlement; on trial. Probate Court?Justice Barnard. Estate of Caroline Holiey; petition of col lectors to pay bill filed. Estate of George J. Johnson; proof of publication filed. Estate of Rebecca Hurley; return of appraisers filed. In re Lillian G. Stone et al.; order ap pointing Lelia W. Stone guardian; bond, $10,000. Estate of John T. Bradley; petition for letters of administration filed. Estate of A. E. L. Keese; petition to sell real estate filed and reference to auditor. Estate of Elizabeth Sullivan; account passed. Estate of Jas. E. Nowland; do. Estate* of Jas. R. Gillet; do. Estate of John G. Thomas; do. Estate of August A. Rey; do. In re Walter G. Thomas et al.; do. Estate of John Barr; order admitting will to pro bate. In re Annie Neenan et al.; order ap pointing guardian ad litem and answer filed. Estate of Elizabeth O'Brien; petition for letters of administration filed and order of publication. Estate of Adofph Von Stein wehr; statement for account filed. Estate of Oscar C. Fox; will dated January 5. I,s87. filed. In re Louis F. Jarvis; petition for appointment of guardian filed. Estate ot Mary D. Bradley; order of publication. In re Annie Neenan et al.: answer of Kate A. Devine filed. Estate of Jos. H. Minnlch; proof of publication ar.d statement for ac count filed. Estate of Joseph Scholl: will dated October 26, 10O1, filed. Estate of Susan Fletcher; will admitted to probate and letters of administration c.t.a. granted to Catherine F. Lannon, bond, $20,000. Es tate of John T. Saffel: order of sale, ins tate of Ernest F. Scliafhirt", will dated May 18, 1S84, filed. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. Randle Park?Arthur E. Randle et ux. to Marietta Sanders, lot (i, block 3; $400. Seventeenth and O streets northeast Thomas P. Woodward et al. to Mary J. Williamson, original lots 1 and 2, square 1083; $1,000. E street northeast between 14th and 15th streets?Edwin F. Campbell et ux. to Ada B. Saner, lot 38, square E of 1042; $10. No. 1737 A street southeast?Oscar M. Bryant et ux. to Michael Burkhead. part original lots 14 and 15, square 1007; $10. Ridge street northwest between 4th and 5th streets?Andrew Wlson et al., trustees, to Lulie K. Lipscomb, cast half lot 45, square 513; $?. Long Meadows?Henry T. Hopkins, et ux. to Ruben B. Dctrick, lots 223 and 229, block 27; *10. Dunbarton street northwest between 31st and 32d streets?Emma J. Artz et vir, Sam uel. to James C. Cooksey, part lot 3, equare 1212; $10. Stoddart street northwest between 30th and 31st streets?Ysidora B. M. Dodge to C1::::;C2 W. Edmor.ston, part lot 270, square 1280; $2,000. Garfield?Brainard H. Warner et ux. tc William J. II. Twaites, lot 45; $10. Fourth street northwest between M and N streets?Andrew Wilson et al., trustees, to Samuel S. Wade, lot C, square 02i; $10. No. 710 3d street northeast?Myron M. Parker et al. executors, to Sarah E. Han nav, part original lot 14, square 752; $2,850. Barry Farm?Emanuel M. Hewlett to John Raum, lot 6, section 4; $10. Deanwood Heights?John W. Gregory et ux. to Joseph Weaver, lot 11, square 17; $75. Alley between 1st and 23, G and H streets northeast?Patrick Dorsey et al. to Rich ard A. Scaggs, part lots 14 and 15, square 710; $10. Alley between 1st and 2d, G and H streets northeast?John A. Sweeney to same, lot 10, part lot 15, square 710; $10. Alley between 1st and 2d, G and H streets northeast?Hanora Mahoney et al. to same, lot 47. square 710; $10. Mt. Pleasant?Sallie Paynes to Elizabeth G. Libbey, lot 13, in block 2; $10. Tenth street northeast, between B and C streets?Maria L. Baldwin et vir. Frank to Clarence L. and Laura R. Parker, part original lots 8. square 0(?4; $10. F street northwest between 1st and 2d streets?M. J. Colbert et al., trustees, to Edwin A. Sullivan, part original lots 1 and 21, square 507; $3,300. Dobbins' addition?Thomas M. Haislip et al. to Henderson and Kate Presnell, lot 2(5, square 20; $10. Long Meadows?John T. Arms, trustee, to Vernon G. Owen, part lots 17C and 177; $350. Patterson street northeast between 1st and 2d streets?Mary E. Dodge et vir. Al len, to George B. Clark, lots 81 to 84, square 711; $10. Patterson street northeast between 1st and 2d streets?Henry S. Matthews, trus tee. to same, lot 85, square 711; $10. Patterson street northeast between 1st and 2d streets?Louis Heininger to same, lot 87, sejuare 711; $10. Patterson street northeast between 1st and 2d streets?Emily C. Matthews to same. lots 88 to 01. square 711; $10. Pleasant Plains?Bernard T. Janney, trustee, to William R. Simpson, part lot 2; $1,750. Linthicum estate?J. Eakin Gadsby et ux. to Lloyd D. Smoot. part lot 6; $4.50.1. Patterson street northeast between 1st and 2d ^streets?Laura Du Barry et vir, Edmond L.. to George B. Clark, lots 02anS 03. square 711; $1,400. Patterson t-treet northeast between 1st and 2d streets?Willis E. Kilborne et ux. to same, lots 04, 05 and 03. square 711; $10. Enlarged and Improved. The extensive lawn between the- Hotel Dennis and the Atlantic ocean at Atlantic City is a delightful spot upon which the summer days can be spent. This widely known hotel has been enlarged and beauti fully improved since iast season. Walter J. Buzby will send booklet. Every Modern Appointment. Haddon Hall at Atlantic City is a famous stopping place for Washlnstonians. Every meidern appointment and comfort is to be foil ml there. Golf links are connected with the hotel. Leeds & Lippincott will, on application, send illustrated literature. FINANCIAL. Commercial Accounts ?Accounts of business men and * commercial con cerns may be checked against at will. All the ad vantages of an ex clusive commer B. F. Saul. President. Anthony Gaegler. Vice President. Alex. S. Clarke, Secretary. Francis Miller. Treasurer. cial bank. paid d paving* deposits. OME Savings Bank, 7th and L Sts. jel 1 -30d Th? F. Hi. Smith Co., Real Estate, Loans. Investments. Insurance, 11408 N. Y. Av., Bond BIdg. ?We've established a reputation for promptness in negotiating LOANS on D. of C. Real Estate. ?Any amount of ?money always on ? ?hand and a system ?of putting loans ?through that admits ?of no delays. jel 1 -30d Paying Dividends off 112%. I offer for sale at a very low price 1,000 shares of Empire Consolidated Quicksilver Mining Company's stock. Sale forced on account of my financial condition. jelO-fit.14 C. M. CLINTON. 51 Wall St.. N. Y. These defoentores as an Investment offer not only one of the safest and most secure methods of investing money, but additionally pay the bolder the verv remunerative' inter ?st of G%. These GOLD DE BENTURES. Bonds of $100 aud fcVH) denominations, are certified by the Washington Loan and Trust Co., at which office the interest is paid semi annually. For further information call or write the Wash'n Real Estate Co., "1321" F. je4-3m,20 LAWYERS' Title <& Guaranty Insurance Company, Title* examined and pnaranteed Conveyancing In all lta branches. ?11 work Ouna promptly and with beat total skin. 1. A. MAEDEL. President. GEO. E. HAMILTON. V|c? Preft. ERNEST L. SCHMIDT, Secretary. 1. W. SCHAEKEK Treaaarat. Century Building, 412 Fifth St. N.VV. mblR-78t MONEY TO LOAN 4Y2 and 5% OX DISTRICT UEAL ESTAT*. R. O. Holtzman, ap5-tf-14 10th and F sts. n.w. EFfTlSSSffl presented, in a handsome cloth-bound. Illustrated volume, relative to every security dealt in upon the Exchanges The creditable sort of Information, essential to have .n either selecting investments or securities, to buy upon margin. Contains 4<m? pages of most valuable reading. Compiled by writers long experienced in Wall St. Its contents is Invaluable to the business man and indisputa ble to investor or speculator. Why not |x>ssess a vOpy, when you can secure one for nothing, upon request at any of our offices. Ask for both our "GITIDE TO INVESTORS," and "DAILY MARKET LETTER." Orders solicited ior Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Cotton. 10 shares $1,000 1,000 bushels 100 bales upwards. upwards. upwards. upwards. Very Moderate Margins. MOT ESTABLISHED |W| MAIN OFFICE 1890 iyj iyj o 53 BWAX- * y 1428 F St. N.W., Washington. ?PHONF. 2233 MAIN. "Determining the character and financial re sponsibility of your i>roker is as Important as the selection of right otocks." ! my2-f.m&w-156t-42 ROBINSON, BANKERS. AND OTHER Investment Securities. Members New York Stock Exchange. 35 Cedar Street, 28 State Street, New York. Boston. myl2-m,w,f,tf.30 Washington Loan <& Trast Co,, OFFICE, COR. 0TH AND F STS. PAID-HP CAPITAL, $1,000,000. ?- Loans in any amount made on approved real estate or collateral at reasonable rates. Interest paid upon deposits on monthly bal a aces subject to check. This company acts as executor, admlnlstra tor, trustee, agent, treasurer, reglstiar and In all othe* fiduciary capacities. Boxes for rent In burglar and fireproof vaults fcr safa deposit end storage of vaiu able packages. Real Estate Department Is prepared to as suine the management of your real estate. Careful attention given to all details. JOHN JOY EDSON President JOHN A. SWOPE Vice President ELLIS SPEAR Second Vice President ANDREW PARKER Treasurer BRICE J. MOSES Assistant Treasurer THOMAS BRADLEY Real Estate Officer Jyl-w&s,86tf The only chance he nas of being lii>e:-ated Iroin the tyranny of capital is to become & CAPITALIST j ISoielf. and the way to become a capitalist is to save money and put it into the PERPETUAL ; 111; ILDI NO ASSOCIATION aud begin receiving In 1 terest on his savings, aud when he has enough, buy ? or build a home for himself sud family. Don't 1 hesitate, but begin at once. See our advertisement | In tbts column. * fel-tf? Vermillye <& Co Nassau Pine Sts., New York; 13 Congress St?, Boston. Government Ronds lirugbt. sold or taken in ex change for other securities. Quotations fur nished by wire at our expense. List of current offerings of Investment Securities furnished upon application. Deposits R*-ceIv??d ar.d Interest Allowed on Bal ances subject to draft at sight. Private Wires ta Boston. Philadelphia Baltimore and Richmond. Ja20 m*w.li>4t,30 FINANCIAL. Year After Year. The ro<v?r?l oftce will abow j*m what vast iimiuntK of money ??? loan on real estitc during the course of a year. It will also show you that many of the largest operators In tbe District have !wii d- i:i|r their 1? ana business exclusively wl h us for many year* paat. It Is acar<vly necessary to comment on this fart. It ?i?-uka for itself. B. K. WARNER CO., 9116 F Street N. W. Deposit your savings in a savings account And tbey will rare Interest at tbe rate 3% Union Savings BANK, Sr^f-Ave. JelO 2*h! Perpetual! Building Association. Twenty-first Year. ASSETS ?2.17?.067 36 surplus ?ii*>.:um 2u Fays $10,000 every montb to members aa Lntarait or dep?>*its. You may receive a part of tbia dlvideixl by b* coming a subscriber. You mar paj f5 or f5.000. You will get 4% per annum. You will get your Interest every tbw months. Our abarea are $1K5. advanced for fl per moDtl as interest on tbe advance. $6 Interest on loan of $1*23. $10 interest on loan of fl.Nfr). |15 Interest on loan of $2,775. ?20 interest on loan of $3,700. raymentn on tbe debt made t?"> suit tbe borrower. On building loans we tl.aige interest only on the amount used while building and not on the wboia until It is all drawn Settlement of half abarea made at any time and Interest snved by the bor rower on the tin If share. The gieatest and moal Cexihle Building Association in the District. OFFICE: BOC 11TH ST JOHN COOK. ANDKKW HUA Secretary. innSo-tfl President. We Offer for Sale 1,000 Empire Corns. Quicksilver Mining Co.'s Stock (par value $10 per share) AT AN EXCEEDINGLY LOW FIGrRR. Full information can be bad at our office, 8i. F. Bacfoirnan & Co., BANKERS AND BROKERS. Me inhere of New York and Philadelphia Stock Exchangee, my21-tf-28 1301 F ST. N.W. Enterprise Serial Building Association. SAFE AND CONSElt V ATIVE. OFFICER8: Darld Murphy President Jas F. Keenan... Vice Prea N. H. Shea Treasurer James F. Shea Secretary DIRECTORS: M. Blggane, M. J. Keane J. J. Droanan. T. T. K?ane. J. E. Connelly, R. Leonard. J. T. Crowley. Roht. O'Neill, M. Fitzgerald John (jL.nn. Win. lloltman. .Tames Toole M. J. Colbert Attorney SECRETARY'S OFFICE. 643 Louisiana its. myl7-78t.20 Money to loan at sii per cent inter est, on easy month ly payments. I/una may be repaid at any time In part or whole, at tbe op tion of the borrow er, and Interest re ouced accordingly. No e o m m 1 s alon charged. Expenses reasonable. AN ANNUITY ISSUED EY The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, Richard A. llcCurdy. Treatment, Guarantees a fixed Income for life, whlcb in coma la protected by over three hundred and fifty-two mil lions of assets, whlcb have accumulated in a sue cessful business experience *?f fifty-tune yean. For particulars, addreaa THOMAS P. MORGAN, Manager for District of Columbia, No. 1336 r it. o.w., S*eon<l atorr. frpot ruom. Telephone. Main 1124. ap24-2i)St-2? W. B. Hifolbs & Co., BANEEJtS AND UKOli FJL\ 114II9 F Street. I NEW YORK STOCK EXCBANQa WASULNGTOi' STOCK EXCHANOl, CHICAGO BOARD OF TRAD*. ? o21.tf.16 TOR RIGGS NATIONAL BANK or WASHINGTON, d. a Capital, $500,(KM). Surplus, $400,000. EXCHANGE ON ENGLAND. IRELAND, FRANCE AND GERilANT. Letters of Credit AVAILABLE IN ALL FOREIGN PARTI BANK COLLECTIONS. ORDERS FOR INVESTMENT*. stocks and Bonds. ?h22-21 tf MONEY AT 4% and 5% Promptly loaned on reel estate lo tba District of Columbia. LOWEST COMMISSIONS. IMeiskel! <& McLeran, po17 101tf loOS F at. a w. Lewis Johnson <& Co., Bankers, ESTABLISH ID ISM. S3115 F St., Sun Building. PRIVATE WIRE TO MOORE * SCHLEY. NEW TORE. <l-2 tf 20 Tihe National Safe Deposit, Savisigs and Trust Company, CORNER 16T1I ST. AND NEW YORK AVE. Capital: One Million Dollar* Tars Interest on deposits. Rents Safes Inside liarglar-proof Vaulta. Acts as Administrator Executor, Trustee, Ac. ja27-2Qd The American Building and Loan Association, Pbone 21/26 007 G street. 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Authorised Capital $1,000,000.00 Asaeta JCa*.5<*.tHI Undivided Profits 14.41* *1 Accounts opened at scy time. No back pajmeataw Deposits of $3 uod upward received. Prepaid coupon certificates. $60. 5 per cent interest paid on small as well 'as targe deposits. Loan* made on Washington real eatate. By deal'tig with us y<w can buy a home on moat^ ly lt:stailments to ault your convenience mtU-if 2H W J. FU1ZZELL. Secretary Stocks, Qra5n, Cotton, Provisions. CONTINUOUS QUOTATIONS. SPECIAL FA8T WIRE. L. M. LONGSHAW, tOOM 1 CORCORAN BUILDING. F and 16th at*-. Aed I-IC DROIT BUILDING. opp.mil e lotertar uj'26 If, lti 'I'bun- SITS Maui.