Academy-Lilliputians. in "Posterland."
Chase's-Russell brothers and polite
Empire-The Bowery Masqueraders.
Kernan's-New York Stars.
National-Louis Mann, in "Hoch, the Con
Halls of Ancients-Grand reproductions;
music; motion pictures.
Calvary Baptist S. S. House-Vaughn
Steamer Macalester for Mount Vernon at
10 a. m. and 1:45 p. m.
Steamer Washington for Fortress Monroe
and Norfolk at 6:30 p.m.
Trains leave Pennsylvania avenue and
18% street for Alexandria and Arlington
every half hour; Mount Vernon, hourly, 10
a. m. to 3 p. m.
Cars leave Aqueduct bridge for Arlington,
Fort Myer and Falls Church.
Steamer Estelle Randall for Glymont and
intermediate landings at 9:80 a. m.
Randall line for Colonial Beach, Nomini
and river landings at 7 a.m.
COME TO OUR STANDS TOMORROW
FOR THE MEATS FOR SUNDAY.
For choicest Washington-dressed Beef,
Lamb, etc., you'll find our prices very rea
sonable. A fine display every day. T. T.
Keane,84-51 Center mkt.&9Wholesale row.
THE BEST OF ALL ECONOMY
Is the economy of health. Schneider's
"Malt" Bread makes the enjoyment of it
possible. None purer or more nourishing.
Sold by all grocers, Sc. loaf. Try it.
While playing on the street about 7
o'clock last night Fayette Fencher, eleven
years old, of 51 D street northwest, fell and
dislocated his hip. His father took him to
the Casualty Hospital, where he received
TO BE PERFECT
a beverage must be healthful as well as
delicious. These essentials are most pro
nounced in "Old Glory." None purer or
finer in flavor. Abner-Drury Brewing Co.
BUTTER THAT'S ALWAYS PURE.
Cows are cows, but there's a big difference
in milk and butter. Our "Elgin" is the purest
obtainable. Delicious in flavor. 2Sc. lb.
Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co.'s stores.
The dead body of an infant was con
veyed to the ninth precinct police station
last night by Charles Luscombe of 718 19th
street northeast. A small child found the
body on 19th street and notified Mr. Lus
combe. The police sent the body to the
morgue and Coroner Nevitt gave the
necessary death certificate.
Try Reisinger's Ice Cream, $1.0) gal., 50c. %
gal.; Meringues. $1.00 dos. 235 G. East 892.
Important to men. Inspect our Fine Tai
lor-made Overcoats (slightly used). Very
best, at prices to please people with limited
means. The reliable Justh's Old itand.619 D.
PERFECTION IN COFFEES.
Kenny's Java and Mocha, the best that
Iponey can buy. C. D. Kenny Co., 55 stores.
DOVE BRAND HAMS
are cured to suit
the taste of every one.
All parts of the District.
OPENTNG TODAY AND SATURDAY.
Rosslyn Packing Co., wholesale and retail.
Beef, Veal, Mut.ton and Lamb.
Dire:t receivers of
New York ctty Dressed Beef.
Stalls. 610. 620, 621,
9th at. wing. Center market.
New York Roast Beef a specialty.
Thomas J. Owen & Son, aucts., 013 F st.
n.w.-Trustees' sale of No. 2122 California
ave. n.w., on Friday, Nov. 7, at 4:30 p. m.
Samuel R. Bond and Harry F. West, trus
Thomas J. Owen & Son, aucts., 913 F at.
n,w.-Trustees' sale of property n.e. cor.
Sherman ave. and Wallach st., on Friday,
Nov. 7, at 4:30 p. m. Furmann J. Shadd
and Geo. W. Dickey, trustees.
Thomas J. Owen & Son, aucts., 913 F at.
n w.-Trustees' sale of real estate at cor.
11th and E sts. n.e.. on Saturday, Nov. 8. at
4 p.m. John C. Heald and Robert E. Brad
C. G. Sloan & Co., aucts., 1407 G st. n.w.
Sale of furniture, carpets, etc., on Saturday,
Nov. 8, at 10 a.m.; also at 12 m., horse, har
ness, etc., at auction rooms.
Magrath & Kennelly. aucts., 205 11th st.
n.w.-Sale of 100 horses and mules on Sat
urday, November 8, at 10 a.m., at auction
James W. Ratciiffe, auct., 920 Pa. ave.
n.w.-Sale of furniture, carpets, rugs, etc.,
on Saturday, November 8. at 10 a.m.; arso,
at 12 in., horses, carriages, harness, etc.,
at auction rooms.
CITY AND DISTRICT.
JOSEPH B. NASH DEAD.
One of the Oldest River Engineers in
Mr. Joseph R. Nash. one of the oldest and
best known of the steamboat engineers of
this city, died at his home on Robinson
street southwest, Wednesday last, of con
sumption. Mr. Nash hadl been a steamboat
engineer for over thirty years, serving in
the Norfolk and New York lines of steam
ers and on the river boats almost continu
ously throughout that time. He continued
in active service as engineer of the Ran
dali line steamer Arrowsmith until a few
weeks ago, when he had to resign. Mr.
Nash was greatly esteemed by his associates
on the river, and his death is deeply re:
NEW YOBE CHBYSANTHEMUXS.
Prize Winners at Kadison Square
Garden on Exhibition at SmalPsa.
Flower lovers who fail to view the au
tumn chrysanthemum show at Small's will
miss a rare and Interesting treat. Mr. Small
has on exhibition 185 varIeties of these
beautiful flowers, 125 varieties of his own
growing, the others grown by celebrated
growers of New York. These flowers show
every delicate shade of yellow, gold, orange,
bronze, pink, red and cerise, to the deepest
crimson. They include the celebrated dark
snaroon Black Hawk. President Roosevelt's
favorite chrysanthemum; the luxuriant
golden flower named in honor of Mrs. Mn
Kinley, the yellow Admiral Dewey, and the
beautiful white anemone variety named
after William Waldorf Astor. To the stu
dents of these flowers a most interesting
feature is the fact that it shows at a glance
the evolutibn of the chrysanthemum by hy
bridization, through the various gradations,
from the tiny Chinese pompons and the
more shaggy Japanese flower, up to its
present wonderful cultivated beauty. 'r
cap the climax, there arrived this morning
from New York the magnificent fiowtrs
which captured the prises at the Madisor
Square chrysanthemum show, which closed~
last night. It is not only a compliment te
Mr. Small but to Washington that the prizs
winners should be sent here for exhibition,
The winner of the first prize is a nower o:
astonishing beauty. It is a deep cerise, witi
the inner sides of the petals of shining sal
ver. -Among the other winners are: Queer
Alexandra (bronse), Mrs. T. W. Pocket1
(yellow), G. J. Warren (lemon yellow). Mine.
Carnot (white), T. Qarrington (purplish red)
Mrs. H. Weeks (white), Charles Langle3
(purplish red), Nellie Pocket (white), Melli
cent Richardson (purplish red).
Elected to Succeed Dr. Ploda.
The Washington Swiss society, known 8.
the Grutll-Verein, at its meeting last nigh
elected as president Captain Chan. TI
*ehwegier, vice Dr'. J. B. -Pioda, late min
hstr of Switseiand, who was recenti
tr'ansferred to Rome, .and. who reeiguedtl
pr'esidea'y owing to his 44parture.
CLR WEBE m mITRN.
Effect of Recent Executive Order on
Their Going Home to Vote.
"How was the result of the election view
ed among the clerks in the departments?"
repeated a well-posted division chief to a
Star reporter this .morning. "Well, while
there was some quiet talk, the force in gen
eral was more indifferent than in any year
I can recall during a long service.
"There has been but very little talk and
interest this year, anyway, and, as has
been correctly stated, a very perceptible
falling off In the number of voters who
usually go home. I note a statement re
cently published that the example set by
the higher officials in going home to vote
ought to have been more largely followed
by clerks, and that those who did not vote
when they had a voting residence were
derelict in their duty, &c.
"No comparison can fairly be drawn be
tween clerks and the higher officials, and
even chiefs of divisions, as regards going
home to vote. The latter lose neither time
nor salary. and they pay no railroad fare.
The clerk often loses all three, and always
the time and railroad fare. The officials
have all to gain or lose by a change of ad
ministration. The clerks have but little,
if there is any virtue of protection in the
classified service, and it has been shown
that there is in this regard, as administra
tions change and the clerks remain on,
though often shifted in salary. The officials
usually go. The comparison is manifestly
"There is another important point, though
the clerks do not speak of it, as a rule,
except among themselves. It is a singular
though nevertheless true fact that while
the campaign managers call upon the clerk
voter to get out and hustle, his official
superiors in Washington will almost in
variably promote a non-voter or a clerk
without a voting residence who wears out
his chair seat and who does not give so
much as a sneeze to advance the interest
of either party; or a woman is promoted.
"There is another point affecting the gov
ernment employes here. The recent execu
tive order renders nil to a large extent the
influence of representatives, except in the
instances of those clerks who have always
worked this influence, and will continue to
do so. The voters, therefore, take a les
sened, and in some cases no interest In
their representative's election, where once
they would have gone home to vote
for him. These voters hold that the politi
cal whips of any administration cannot con
sistently call upon them to perform this
duty when the new rule prevents their
plucking any fruit from the tree as a result
of their efforts.
"There is, therefore, a feeling in the de
partmental atmosphere as regards politics
never before felt in Washington. It would,
of course, be an ideal condition of affairs
if politics could be entirely eliminated from
official and clerical life here, but in order
to accomplish this human nature would
have to undergo a change."
Extra Large Quantity of Furniture,
including upright piano, at Sloan's, 1407 G
at., tomorrow at 10 a.m.-Advt.
Debating Society Chooses OfBcers.
The first meeting of the Debating Society
of the National University Law School was
held last night at the school building on
13th street between New York avenue and
I street northwest. After the regular busi
ness of the society had been transacted the
following officers were elected to serve for
the ensuing year: Frank E. Elder, presi
dent; J. M. Ensloe, vice president; J. E.
Ball, secretary; E. L. Springer, treasurer;
Carlisle Hubbard, sergeant-at-arms; Ed
ward T. Hughes, reporter.
Messrs. Moulton, Draper and Cook were
elected to serve as the executive committee.
The society will arrange a schedule of de
bates at its next regular meeting to be
held Thursday, November 13, 1902.
To Lovers of Chrysanthemums.
J. H. Small & Sons, 14th and G sts.,
Washington, 1153 Broadway and Waldorf
Astoria, N. Y., exhibit this week the finest
chrysanthemums ever shown by this firm.
Will of Col. Constantine Chase.
The will of the late Col. Constantine
Chase of the 3d Coast Artillery was filed
today for probate with the register of wills
for the District. The instrument is very
brief, the testator merely directing that all
his earthly possessions, of whatever nature,
be left to his wife, Mrs. May Mosher Chase,
absolutely. The Instrument is dated at
Fort Trumbull, New London, Conn., April
$1.25 To Baltimore and Return $1.25
Via Pennsylvania Railroad.. Tickets on sale
Saturday and Sunday, November 8 and 9,
limited to last train returning Sunday. No
vember 9. All trains except Congressional
Steamer Again in Service.
The steamer Estelle Randall resumed her
place on the mail route to landings on the
Potomac as far down as Glymont this morn
ing, relieving the steamer Arrowsmith,
which will shortly leave for Baltimore to
be overhauled and prepared for the next
excursion season on the Colonial Beach
route. The Randall while off the route had
all her steam heaters placed in position and
had some necessary repairs made to her
upper woodwork. Capt. Thomas Todd is
In command of.. the Estelle Randall, with
Mr. W. H. White as chief engineer and
George J. Stafford as purser.
New Branch Star Office.
The Stanhope Pharmacy, at the corner of
New Jersey avenue and H street north
west, has recently been added as a branch
Star office, where advertisements will be re
ceived regular rates. One cent a word
for Rooms For Rent, Wanted Help and
The junior and senior chapters of the
Brotherhood of St. Andrew of Epiphany
Church held a joint meeting in the parls.b
hall Wednesday night for the purpose of
reorganizing the junior chapter. Dr. Ran
dolph H. McKim, the rector, presided.
After having the purpose and workings of
the brotherhood fully explained to them,
seven boys presented themselves for mem
bership in the junior chapter as probation
ary members and five junior members were
transferred into the senior chapter, as fol
lows:R. B. Pratt, William Woodward, Will.
iam L. Miller, Bradley A. Ervers and Harry
The following officers were elected in the
senior chapter for the ensuing year, begin
ning with St. Andrew's day: Director, L. 0.
Porqueran: vice director, William Wood
ward; secretary. Arthur E. Woodward:
treasurer, William L. Miller. After whic11
they adjourned to meet on the first and
third Wednesdays of the month.
In the ears (how disagreeable the3
are!) become chronic and caus<
much uneasiness and even tempo.
rary distraction. They are signs o'
catarrh; other signs are droppings
in the throat, nasal sounds of the
voice, impaired taste, smell and hear
Catarrh is a constitutional dis
ease, originating in impure blood
and requires a constitutional remedy
"I suffered from catarrh in the bead and los
of appetite and sleep. My blood was thin and
felt bad all over moat of the time. I deelded t
try Hlood's Saraaparilla and now have no symi
toms of catarrh, bave a good appetite and alee
well. I heartily eommend Hood'. Sarsapariu
to all my friend.." 3. LONG, california Junetios
. Hood's Sarsaparilla
Cures catarrh of the nose, Ahroai
ibowels, etc., removes all its e4ect
,and builds un the *hbte lyatemn
TBREB TO USE EOBEWEIP.
Ers. Shiras Pursues Her Husband and
A crowd of several hundred persons was
attracted to the corner of 7th aJd P streets
northwest about 4 o'clock yesterday 'after
noon by the report that a woman had left
a rapidly driven carriage and attempted to
use a horse whip on two occupants of an
other vehicle, which she had pursued for
several blocks. The objects of the lady's
wrath left their vehicle and entered a near
by building. In the meantime Sergeant R
E. Doyle of the eighth precinct, who was
a passenger on a passing street car noticed
the large crowd and left the car to ascer
tain the cause of the trouble. He arrived ir
time to prevent the whip being brought intc
play. Both ladies were escorted to the
station house, where each deposited $10 col
lateral for their appearance in the Police
Court this morning to answer to a charge
of disorderly conduct.
The lady who attempted to use the whip
gave her name as Mrs. May Shiras, and
said she was the wife of Wm. B. Shiras,
who was seated in the vehicle with the
other woman. The latter gave her name
as Bessie Adams.
Miss Adams failed to answer to her name
when it was called at the Police Courl
this morning and her collateral was de
clared to be forfeited. After hearing a
statement of the case Prosecutor Pugh rec
ommended that Mrs. Shiras' personal bonde
be taken, which was done, as Miss Adams
was not on hand to prosecute her.
Mrs. Shiras recently instituted divorce
proceedings against her husband, who ie
the proprietor of the Golden Hotel, at the
corner of 8th and E streets northwest.
Shiras was in the Police Court several days
ago as a defendant in an assault case filed
against him by his wife, and the. case in
awaiting trial by a jury.
When Quality is the Guide
Four-leaf clover creamery butter is the
choice. Pure and delicious. 5-lb. boxes,
$1.00. Jas. F. Oyster, 9th and Pa. ave.
Novel Prize Offer.
Mayer & Co., 415-417 7th street northwest,
hate inaugurated a prize contest among
the boys and girls by offering $10 to the one
of either sex who will collect the largest
assortment of stickers and labels up to
February, 1903. Stickers can be collected
from any concern who uses them, but ir
the collection Ma:-er & Co. stickers musi
Always Buy N. Auth Provision Co.'s
Sausages and pure pork puddings and you'l
get the best. They're the purest and mosi
delicious in flavor. Try some for breakfast
All meats home dressed. Sales rooms, 625
629 D st. s.w. Branches in all markets.-Adv
First Fall Meeting.
The program of the first fall meeting o:
the Columbia Historical Society, which wil
be held Monday evening in the banquet hal
of the Arlington Hotel, is as follows: "Somi
Account of the Seal of the Society." by Misi
Elizabeth Bryant Johnston; "The Theater!
of Washington from 1S35-1850," by A. I
$1.25 to Baltimore and Return via B
and O. R. R. Saturday and Sunday, Nov
8 and 9. Tickets valid returning until mid
night train Sunday night. All trains b 1t
ways both days, except Royal Limited.-Ad
In Criminal Court.
Constent L. Jones yesterday pleade<
guilty to a charge of housebreaking an<
larceny in Criminal Court No. 1, and Jus
tice Anderson sentenced him to jail for tei
The jury in the case against Josep)
Minster, John T. Phillips and Edward Phil
lips, who were tried on a charge of high
way robbery, yesterday returned a verdic
of not guilty, and the defendants were dis
Flynn's Business College, 8th and K
Business, shorthand, typewriting, $25 a year
A petition in voluntary bankruptcy wa
filed late yesterday afternoon by Wallac
G. and Charles R. Orme, trading as Orm
Bros., with rooms in the Washington Loai
and Trust building. In their petition it i
stated that the firm deals in diamonds an
jewelry, and that their liabilities are $6,
694.28. Their assets are stated at $7,442.15.
And Cleanse the Scalp 01
Crusts, Scales, and Dan=
druff by Shamrnpoos of
And light dressings with Cuticura. purest of emol
lients and greatest of skin cures. This treatmen
at once stops falling hair, removes crnsts, sealei
and dandruff, soothes 'Irritated, itching surfaces
stimulates the hair follicles, supplies the root
with energy and nourishment, and makes the hal
grow upon a sweet, wholesome, healthy scalp whes
all else fails.
Millions of women use Cuticurs Soap, assisted b;
Cuticura Ointment, the great skin cure, for pre
serving, purifying and beautifying the skin, fo
cleansing the scalp of crusts, scales and dandruil
and the stopping of falling hair, for softening
whitening and soothing red, rough and sore hands
for baby rashes. itchings and chhngs, in the fort
of baths for annoying irritqtions and inflamma
tions, or too free or offensive perspiration, in th
form of washes 'or ulcerative weaknesses, an
many snative, antiseptic purposes which readil
suggest themselves to women and mothers, and ft
all the purposes of the toilet, bath and nurser3
Cuticura Soap combines in one soap at one prie
the best akin and complexion soap, the best toilei
bath and baby soap in the world.
Why is s man with a Hat Box Hati
like the father of new twins? Because
e t ltwice as much as he expected.
-Shoes will more than meet the
greatest expectations you may
entertain for elegance, ease and
wear. Best footwear there is
Priced from $3.50 to $7'.
N. Hess' Sons, 931 Pa. Ave
is the best remedy in
the world fer
--40e. PfIT. 76e. BO?TLE. 30 DOSUN.-..
t1,' 909 7th St. E|me
52-HAT BOX HATS-:
Ybs m.9 u se 1- m.,.a ..d
The Hat Box,
m OBAL ERVIC.
Tribute to the La etv. Thomas Bou
quilIoa $ T. D.
Arrangements are : being made at the
Catholic University feal, a service to be held
the 284 instant in m lal of the late Rev.
Thomas Bouquillon, A T. D., professor of
moral theology, whem death occurred re
cently in Belgium. A# a mark of respect
the classes of the utwrsity were suspend
ed on the day his desi was announced, and
appropriate action wa. taken by the facul
$4.00 U. S. Navy-Sweaters, $1.80.
Extra Heavy. C. Auesla.ch, 7 & H, Import
er of Saxony Wool Ja*kets & Sweaters.
Canned tomatoes are going up. Buy now.
Maryland Chief and Nanticokes, $1.25 dos.
delivered. Jas. D. Donnelly, 14th aird I. it
Compare Our $19.50 Sewing Machines
With any $40 Machine in the Land. C. Auer
bach, 7 & H. Domestic OfBce. 'Phone E-722.
We Have No Agents. We Sell Direct From
Factory. - no7-2t
To Get the Best Medicinal Whiskey
Order "Old Braddock" Maryland Rye.
In point of purity it is the most perfect pro
duced in America. At grocers', cafes,
clubs. Jas. Clark Distilling Co., D. P. Mc
Carthy, mgr., 610 Pa. ave. 'Phone 1096. It
Hams That Never Fail
are branded D. O. V. E.
All markets and noted stores. 1t"
$2 Saxony Wool Boys' Sweaters, 98c.;
45 Different Colorings. C. Auerbach, 7 & H.
Patrick McLindon, fifty-nine years old.
was sick when he arrived here last night at
the Baltimore and Ohio tiepot from Mary
land. He was taken to Providence Hos
pital for treatment.
Golfing & Hunting yackets & Sweaters
$1:50 To $7.50. C. Auerbach, 7 & H. no7-2t
Old Carpets Woven Into Rugs.
Oriental effect. Write Acme Rug Oo.,4392d 9.e.
Choice Potatoes, 75c. Bu.
Early June peas, 95c. doz.; Quaker
matches, 12c. doz.; 3 sks. table salt for 5c.;
macaroni, 5%c.; compound lard, 9c.; Cali
fornia hams, 11c. J. T. D. Pyles' 7 stores,
including 948 La. ave. no4-5t
Filters That Are Perfect.
No more mud baths, malaria or typhoid.
Estimates furnished by W. B. Scaife &
Sons Co., National Hotel. 'Phone, East 708.
An elderly colored man named Hill
Cheatham, living on 8th street extended,
was taken suddenly ill at 6th and F streets
northwest, about 4:40 o'clock yesterday af
ternoon. He was able to go home after he
had received medical attention.
Our $1.49 Double-Breast Saxony Wool
Jackets Are Superior To Anything We've
Sold In 29 years. C. Auerbach, 7 & H, Im
porter of Saxony Wool Jackets & Sweaters.
Sewing Machine Repairing & Renting
At C. Auerbach's, 7 & H. Domestic Office.
Ladies, You Can Save Money.
500 Suits, no two alike, latest Parisian ef
fects, from $10 to $50. These Suits will be
sold for 15 days only. Also an elegant line of
Skirts, 26 to 36 wa.ist measurement. 412
Jackets, 37.50. Fashion Co., 720 9th at. n.w.
Open a charge account at Castelberg's.
You can buy
ellry, Silve r
ware, etc., at
on the foIllow
$10 wor for 50c. a week
$15 woaRT for 75c. a week
~.$25 wORTH for $1.00 a week
$50 WOaR for $1.00 a week
$75 woara for $1.50 a week
$100 woaRT for $2.00 Ii week
And stlill save
25 per cent or
more on the
prilces ot he r
-ask you for
cash. (et all
come to us,
and truth ol
935 Pa. Ave,
Admission to Grand Stand,
Pennsylvania Railroad Traii
p.m.; returning after races. Fai
Electric cars direct to track
Season and Club House Bad
F st.; Droop's, 923 Pa. ave.; Alg
723 15th st. n.w.
NATIONAL MA?.GSAT. AT :.
The only theater in Washington offering exclu
sively American and foreign star, of the fAint ran%.
In the Amusing Comedy,
Hoch, the Consul.
NEXT WEEK-SEATS NOW SELLING.
IN ONE COMPANY:
HENRY E. DIXEY,
MADGE CARR COOKE
"A MODERN MAGDALEN."
EVENINGS AT 8:15. MATINEE SATURDAY.
WITH THE GREAT NEW YORK COMPANY.
Grace Dudley, W. P. Carleton,
R. E. Graham, Helen Redmond,
na Hunter, Dnald Brine,
ly Collins. Phil. H. Ryley,
Prices, 50c., $I and $1.50.
NEXT WEEK-SEATS NOW ON SALE.
The Jefferson De Angelis
In Sir Arthur Sullivan's Laat Opera,
"The Emerald Isle."
Halls of the Ancients.
OPEN 9:30 A.M. TO 10:30 P.M.
NO OHE PLACE LIKE IT IN TE WORLD.
THROUGH SWITZERLAND AND THE ALPS.
A SUPERB SERIES. NEER SHOWN IN WASH
and Princ hleny at the I unehing of he Karest
L AFPA Y ETTE OPERA
X- THIS WEEK,
WedaneaE and Weber & Fieldss
BSaturna, NEW YORK SUCOESS,
25c. a 50c. DEE DEE
Bo ie e"*at Next W.ek -AL. H.
8:80. Tel. 1830. WILO in "A PRINCE
KBRNAN'S MATINEE DAI.LY. 25c.
ALL THIS WEEK.
"6New York Stars"
Introducing LEO PARDELLO, the Famous Wrest
ler-425 to any one he fails to throw in 15 min.
Next Week-Rope Syden's London Belles.
VAUOGNN CL ASS
Calvary Baptist S. St House,
EIGHTH AND H WTRENE N.W.,
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 8 P.M.
IG LOcAI. ARTIWI. TIcKETS,~ 25 olE.
ACADEMY SEE OXS
Mats.: .osTor and Sat.
R|esved ,Seats..........25c. or 50c.
Univ. of Virginia
"SPRING LEAF" TEAE.
Savor. Preferred by many to much
kigher eostteai. 60=.L6 Soc. whe
K. WA MEEI
$1.50; Paddock, 50c. extra; La
leaves 6th street station at I:15
e, round trip, 25c.
every two minutes, fare, 5c.
ges on sale at Arthur Smith's, 1327
ernon Dangerfield, Hotel Barton,
acters positively excluded.
mm rl1n1LSg EXCLUSIVELY
DAILY MAT., 25c. EVENINGS, 25 AND boc.
MAGGIE AND ROSIE In their Success.
"A ROMANCE OF
Again. NEW JERSEY.
H .TheRussell Brothers...
Eva Williams and Jac Tucker, Edith Helena. the
Fitz Gibbon-McCoy Trio and others.
The liveliest, funniest bill in town.
Next Week-Chas. . Ross and Mabel Fenton'e
(late of Weber & Fields) Famous Vaudeville Co.
AGAIN THE HOME OF BURLESQUE.
EMPIRE. BEST SAT
WITH "YOUNG SHARKEY" AND
15-OTH ER FEATUR ES-15
TUESDAY NIGHT-Special performance, runnini
until 1 a.m. Complete election returns by specia.
Next Week-NEW HENRY BURLESQUERS.
2 Star Wrestling Bouts
15 Minutes. $25 Purse.
$50 Purse. To a Finish.
Greatest of All Contests.
NO ADVANCE IN PRICES
TO GREAT FALLS
Steamer Lonise leaves 8sd and canal Sunday a'
8:3; laves Cabin .John's at 10:15; round
FOR MOUNT VERNON,
HOME AI TO 09O WASHINGTON.
IRON STrEAlMER CHARLE CEST)
ate thruhut by seam
Pare, rond trip....... .......0 cents.
Admission to grounds and mansion...25 cents.
'Arlington, Myer, Falls Church,
FROM AQUEDUCT BRIDGE HALl HOURLY.
FOR MOUNT VERNON,
ALLEXANDRI AND ARLIGTON.
Fo Axandri and Arlington ery half hor.
Rnd titoMt. Verno.UOa t Alexadi
WAH. AXNRIA MT. VERNON RT.
Norfolk & Washington
- Uwey ~ Lay . P er rmort ofth .t
Ar Port t.Monr. Norol. Npor New a.
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-- pl Os.fersept NewYokaderhts. aNrfolk'
' sho tU0. 5O. CA'LLAA. Ports ManagerO p
SEAB O pm1 L NE 0 RY.
Ar. Norfolk.8:00 am Ar. Alxr. .AT0:a
- at7c fraite inoraioagpl at e A.
Schedeae ebective Nesember I. 14.
Trans leave ftme PS.tylanIa Statis.
8:10 a.m. Daily. Local far Harrisnheg. WW
reston. Chariotte and statles.
10:51 a.m. Daily. W and Florida u .
ited. First-dlass ceeche a w om
to Jackson 1s, Fa. Diniag car
101 a.m. De. United States Fast Mail.
First-class coache and dsatng-room slepr to
New Orleans. Dnng ar service.
4:01 p.m. Week I.Lal for Handsemb g
and way stations eMasmasa branch.
4:30 p.m. Dally. Local for Warrent and Caw.
8:45 m. Dai:y. New :ork and Atlanta itett
First-e a coach and sleeper to Atlanta;
Wedneeda and Fridays, Sunset Route.
buffper ahiagton to San Francisco. Pa.lmat
9:50 p.m. Daily. New York and Florida
Frst-eas coach and sleeper to Savannah. sa
sonville and Port Tampa; sleeper to Augusta and
connection for Aikes. Dining car service,
10:01 p.m. Daily. New York and Memphis IAl
ited (via Lynchburg). First-claas coach and aleep
ing car to Roanoke. Knoxville. Chattanooga and
Mempbis; sleeper to New Orleaas. Diniag car
10:44 pA Daily. Washingtmn and SnuthwesmR
Limited. All Pullman train, club and obwer,atisn
ears to At.anta and Macon; sleepers to NashvWM,
Atlanta. Macon, Memphis. New Orleans. Dinitg
TRAINS ON BLUEMONT BRANCH.
Leave Washington 9:01 a.m. daily; weekdays.
1:00 p.m., 4:85 m. 4:4 p.m. and 6:25 p.m.
Latter to Leesburg only. ys only. 6:25 p.m.
Through trains from the South arrive Waebiagtes
6:42 a.m.. 6:52 a.m., 7:40 a.m.. 9:45 a.m.. 3:00
.tm.. 9:15 p.m. and 9:50 p.m. daily. Local trains
m Harrisonburg. 11:59 a.m. week days and 9:06
p.m. daily. From Charlottesville. 8:28 a.m. and
9:50 p.m. daily.
Ticets, sleeping car reservations and detailed
information can be had at ticket ocees. 705 15tU
St.. 511 Peanylvanta avenue, and Pennsylvam.a
Station. Baggas checked through from hotels and
'Phone 1640. P. R. R. Cab Service.
C. H. ACKERT, General Manager.
S. H. HARDWIOK. General Passr Agent.
L. S. BROWN. General Agent.
Chesapeake & Ohio Ry.
Schedule EFective' October 19 1908.
Trains Leave Pennsylvania SEation.
2.00 P. M. l II-CNCINNAI AND I.r U1SVI1Ii
EXPRESS Wild vestibule train for Cincinnati.
Reaches Cincinnati 7:385 a.m.. Loieville 10:99
a.m.. St. Louis 6:45 pm.. Chicago 5:30 p.m.
Pullman Sleeperl to Cincinnati and Luiasvlle
Daily. Dininag Car.
6:40 P. M. Daly-CHICAGO AND ST. LU1
SPECIAL. A new solid vestibuled electric-llsbp
ed train, arriving Cincinnati 11:45 a.n:.. Indial.
apolia 8:25 u.m.. St. Louis 9:45 p.m..
rago 8:40 p.m. daily. Pullman 1l.-pers to
Cincinnati. Indianapolis. St. Louis and Chlcag
without change. Dining Car.
11:10 P. H. Daily-F. F. V. LMITED. So.lid train
for Cincinnati. Pullman Sleepers to Cincinnati.
Lexington and Louisville without change. Cam
partment Sleeper to Virginia Hot Springs daily,
except Sunday. Sleepers Cincinnati to Chicage
and St. Louis. Dining car.
Reservation and tickets at Chesapeake and Ohie
oRce, 513 Pennsylvania avenue; 0 14th at., near
F. and at the station Telephone call 1640 toe
Pennsylvania R. P. Cab Service.
H. W. FULLER.
TeleDbone Main 1066. General Passeuger Agent.
STATION CORNER OF SIXTH AND B STREI/.
7:50 A.M. daily. PITTSBURG BXPRESS.-.Park#
and Dining Cars Harrisburg to Pittsburg.
1050 A.M. daily. PENNSYLVANIA LIMITED.
Pullman Sleeping, Dining. Smoking and Obese.
vation Cars Harrisburg to Chicago. Cincna
indIanapolis. St. Lais. Cleveland and Toledo.
Buffet Parlor Car to Harrisburg.
10:50 A.M. daily. FAST LiNE.-Pullman Bufel
Parlor Car to Harrisburg. Bufet Parlor Oae
Harrisburg to Pittsburg.
8:80 P.M. daily. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS IE.
PRRSS.-Sleeping Car Washington to St. Ioe
and Sleeping and Dining (ars Harrisburg to In.
dianapolls. St. Louis. Louisvile (via Cinciat.fp
T:15 P.M. daily. ST. LOUIS EXPRESS.-Palmat
Sleeping Car Harrisburg to St. Louis.
1:45 1'.M. daily. WESTERN EXPRES.-PglmaB
Sleeping Car to Pittsburg and Chicago. Diaig
Car to Chicago.
7:45 P.M. daily. CLEVELAND AND CINCINNATI
EXPRESS.-Puliau Sleeping Cars Washingtes
to Pittsburg, and Harrisburg to Cleveland and
Cincinnati. Dining Car.
10:40 P.M. daily. PACIFIC EXPRESS.-Pa1lma>
Sleeping dir to Pittsburg,
7:59 A.M. daily. BUFFALO DAY EXPRESS, w143
through Broiler Buffet Parlor Car and Coaches tn
Buffalo. via Emporium Junction.
7:50 A.M. for Kane. Canandaigua, Rochester and
Niagara Fa1ls. daily except Sunday.
10:50 A.M. for Flmira and Renovo daily easg9
Sunday. For Williamsport daily. 8:30 P.M.
1:15 P.M. daily. BUFFALO NIGHT EXPREU.
with through Buffet Sleeping Car and Coacha
to Buffalo. via Emporium Junction.
7:45 P.M. dailp for Erie; for Rochester. Basain
and Niagara Falls daily except Saturday. with
Sleeping Car Washington to Rochester.
10:40 P.M. for Erie. Canandaigua. Rochester. Ref.
falo and Niagara Falls daily. Pullman Sleeping
Car Washingto. to Rochester Saturdays only.
4 :oo P.M., "Congressional Limited,"
Daily for New lork, all Parlor Cars, with Din.
ing Car from Baltimore.
For Philadelphia, New York and the
Express. 5:80 (Dining Carp. 7:00 (Dining Carl. T:SI
(Dining Car). 8:10 (Dining Car). 9:00. 10:00 (IN.
hnr Car). 10:25 and 11:00 (DinIng Car from WE.
mington) A.K.. 12:45. 8:15. 4:50 (DIning Gas
from BaltImore). 6:80. 10:00 P.M.. 12:10 ight.
On Sundays. 8:80 (Dining Car). 7:00 (DinIng
Car), 7:57 (Dining Carl. 8:10 (Dining Car). 8:.
1:5, 100 (Dining Car from Wilmin=ton) A.M..
12:15. 8:15. 4:50 (Dining Car from Baltlm
6:50. 10:00 P.M.. 12:10 night.
For Philadelphia only. Express. 7:45 A.M.. 12:19
P.M. week-days. 2:01. 4:10 and 5:40 P.M. daflp.
For Boston, without change. 7:48 A.M. week-days
and 4:80 P.M. daily.
For Baltimore. 5:00. 5:30. 6:15. 7:00. 7:45. T:n.
12:15. 12:45, 1:26, 2:01. 8:15. 8:80 (4:00
Limited). 4:10 4:20. 4:88. 4:10. 5:40. 6:15, 6:15.
Tal5, 1:4, 10:00. 10:40, 11:8 P.M. and 22:19
night. On Sundays. 6:80. 1:00, T:50, 7:57. 6:10.
6:00. 9:05, 10:25. 10:0, 11:00 A.M., 12.1S, 1:111
1:01. 3:15, 8:80 (4:00 Limited). 4:10, 4:30. 4:5.
5:40. 6:10. 6:80. 7:15. 7:45. 10:00. 10:40 P.M.
and 12:10 night.
For Pope's Creek Line. 1:45 A.M. and 4:88 P.M.
week-days. Sundays. 9:06 A.M.
For AnnapolIs. 7:80 A.M.. 12:15 and 4:20 P.M.
week-days. Sundays. 6:00 A.M. and 5:40 P.M.
Ticket eaee. corner Fifteenth and 0 Stres.m
and at the station. Sixth and B Streets, whosees
less ean be left har the eseking of baggags in
deetination fbum hoels ad sesleum=
Telephone elB -164-- f.r ...asiva.sa De.a...
- 3. B. BUTCHINUON. 3. . WOOD.
General Manager. General Passenger hAs.
Baltimore & Ohio R. R.
Leave Washington. New Jersey ave. and O .
Chicans and Northwest. *10:n0 a.m., *6:0 p.m.
Cineinnati. St. Lo"is and Immisville. *l00 n.m..
*4:15 p.m., *1:10 night.
Pittsburg and Cleveland. *10:00 n.m.. *8:45 p.m.
a nd *1:00 night.
IColumbos and Wheeling, *6:M p.m.
Winchester. tS85 a.m.. f4:18 and to:80 p.m.
Lors,. Riverion, Front RoyaL. *In 4:19 .m.
AnnapoUs. 97:80. S80, 9112:80 a.m.. 1:80. 5:1
Feek. 98:8. 19:00. s10:I0 n.m., 61:19, 94:16
Hpwerrtown, 110:06 a.m. nd 96:80 p.m.
Boyd and way poitt. 98:6. 19:00 a.m.. 0135
t4:80. $5:80. g10:15. 911:30 p.m.
Gatthersborg and way points, 96:15 9i:0 n.m..
112:50. 11:15, 18-80. 14:16 es00 :30. f1i:.
7:15. 521.6 11:80 p m.
Washingtee Jncetion and way poinsa 95
19:00 a.m., 61:15. 14:3. 96:.0 pe.
Baltimees week days. 1*:0. 5:00. S:80. .
1:80. zS80. 8:15 z3:0. :10:08, 10 a.m..
ases. z13:5. :300 ,4:00. i4:30, 4:15. '3155.
151:0. 6:30. - :0. 11:00. il1:8. 11:55 p.m. Sn
:11:30. 11: LUW LEU
~ t1~4~e0 n.m p.m.
Ailnte 151! iS% ..N a.m.. ,1.5 n.s.,
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