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AMUSEMENTS TONIGHT. Academy--"The Volunteer Organist." Chase's-Fanny Rice and polite vaudeville. Columbia-Eleonora Duse in "La Giacon Ca." Empire-"The Devil's Daughter." Kernan's-Fred. Irwin's Big Show. Lafayette-"The Great Lafayette." National-"There's Many a Slip." Halls of Ancients-Grand reproductions; 3nusic; motion pictures. EXCURSIONS TOMORROW. 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 13% street for Alexandria and Arlington every half hour; Mount Vernon hourly, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Steamer Estelle Randall for Glymont and Intermediate landings at 9:30 a.m. Randall line for Colonial Beach, Nomini and river landings at 4 p.m. Cars leave Aqueduct bridge for Arlington, Fort Myer and Falls Church. *FINEZA" RYE FOR THANKSGIVING. The finest Whiskey at its price. $1 qt. Guaranteed fully 8 years old. Highly sat isfactory for family nceds or medicinal use. CHAS. KRAEMER, 735 7th at. 'Phone E.885. Four-tube gas radiators, $2. A. Eberly's Sons. 718 7th n.w. Wilbert Melville of 1415 G street northwest forfeited $5 collateral in the Police Court this morning on a charge of violating the speed law while operating a horseless car riage on M street northwest Wednesday last. HEADQUARTERS FOR TURKEYS. 1,000 fine Thanksgiving Turkeys just re oeived-every one plump and tender. Also an abundance of choice Chickens and Ducks. Finest Fruits and Vegetables of all kinds. Guaranteed prices. CHAS. H. JERMAN, Home Market, 11th and I sts. 'Phone 2196. Oil Heaters from $1 to $5. A. Eberly's Sons, 718 7th n.w. ARMAT MOTION PICTURES, Temple Baptist Church, 10th and N sts. n.w.. tonight. The fire department was called out about 7:45 o'clock this morning by the sounding of an alarm for a blaze in the house of Mr. Thornton, 613 12th street northwest, caused by the explosion of a gasoline stove. The fire was extinguished before any damage was done. TRY KENNY'S 25c. JAVA AND MOCHA Coffee, the best coffee on earth for the money. C. D. Kenny Co., 8 city stores. AUCTION SALES. Today. James W. Ratcliffe, auct., 920 Pa. ave. . w.-Trustees' sale of improved property on lots 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11, in reservation C, gn Tuesday, Nov. 25, at 4 p. m. Wilton J. Lambert and Irving Williamson, trustees. C. G. Sloan & Co., aucts., 1407 G st. n. w. -Executora' sale of property In George town, D. C., on Tuesday, Nov. 25, at 4:3) as m. Tomorrow. C. G. Sloan & Co., aucts., 1407 G at. n. w. -Snlo of inlaid furniture, porcelains. Eu ropean ceramics, etc., on Nov. 26, 27, 28, at 8 p.m., at auction rooms. James W. Ratcliffe, auct., 920 Pa. ave. n.w.-Trustees' sale of improved property on lot 10, sq. 5,2, and lot 13, sq. 535, on Wednesday, Nov. 26, at 4 p.m. Wilton J. Lambert and Irving Williamson, trustees. L H. Sayman, auct., 429-431 9th st. n.w. Sale of household furniture, etc., on Wed naday, Nov. 26, at 10 a.m., at auction rooms. Thomas 1. Owen & Son, aucts., 913 F at. n.w.-Trustees' sale of lot 6. sq. 820; lots 2, 22, 2. sq. 82(, on Wednesday, Nov. 26, at 4:30 p.m. Henry Randall Webb and Har rI LIndeley, trustees. James W. Ratcliffe, auct., 92D Pa. ave. -Sale of 10 express wagons on Wednes Nov. 28, at 10 a.m., in alley bet. 9th Sod 10th, E and F eta. n.w. CITY AND DISTRICT. -Toint Agency Closes Accounts. The work of the joint ticket agency es tablished by the several trunk lines for the recent encampment of the Grand Army of the Republic has concluded its business and 0osed its books. This bureau was under the direction of Mr. W. S. Bronson, assist ant general passenger agent of the Chesa peake and Ohio railroad, and its career was marked by the most accurate and expedi-' tious business methods and the most com plete success. More than 25.000 tickets were deposited for extension, and the whole number was reissued without a single error. ,$rmat Motion Pictures, Temple Baptist Church, 10th and N ats. n.w., tonight.-Advt. The Man at the Corner Store Sells Sugar Loaf. If he doesn't telephone Main 176. The Boston Baking Co. make Sugar Lsoaf .-Adyt. Result of Disputation. Susie West and Josephine Smith, colored, tiad an argument on 7th street northwest last night, which they were unable to settle by the use of words and were about to sub mit the proposition to the arbitrament of unuscle when Policeman Evans put in an Vppearance and sent them both to the sta ton house, where a charge of disorderly eonduct was preferred against each. Josephine secured her release on $5 col ja.teral, which she forfeited when the case Was called before Judge Bundy this morn ing "I'm guilty," Susie said, after Clerk Hiar 3or read the charge. "FIve dollars," the court said. Fifteen days on the farm will be the equivalent. Sportsmen Will appreciate the hunting and fishing ~Ok iMued by the Seaboard AIr Line, the Florida short line. Cost of board and guides. hinds of game and game laws are shown. ~ddress W. E. Conklyn, geni. agent pass'r pt., 1421 Pa. ave., Washington, D., C. A&dvertisemnent. 3'lynn's Business College, 8th and K. Business, shorthand, typewriting, $25 a year. -Advertisement. Temperance Rally. A temperance rally was held in Waugh Church. 3d and A streets northeast, Sunday afternoon. Besides two appropriate solos, bort addresses were given by the follow g: The pastor, Rev. Geo. MaydweH; Mrs. on P. Blaine, president North Capitol W. 0.T. U.; Mr. A. N. Canfield and Mr. Thompson, superintendent Metropolitan Baptist Sunday school. The room was mearly filled with an appreciative audience. Money to lend at 4. 5 and 6 per cent on msl estate. Frank T. Rawlings, 1505 Pa. ave. -Advertisement. Sugar Loaf! Augar Loaf! Sugar Loaf! Mdvertisement. Estate Left to Children. By the terms of the will of Kate Madigan, ~ted December 6, 1898, and filed this aft p'onfor probate, her estate is left to ba'two children. John A. Madigan, bus bad of the testatrix, is named executor. 4.00 To Philadelphia and Be- $4.00 turn, West Poin-Naval Academy Foot Via Pennsylvana railroad. Tickets good WIgon all trains l'riday and to and In ning 11. a.m. train Saturday, Novem 3erp and 2, limited to Monday, Decem 1 Special train direct to Fr n ~dleaves Washington 10:10 am r , returning at oondlusiorn of game.-Advt. The Would's Beet Imported. Deers realw q btainable at the Rathskeller Reuter, 4% and Pa. ave. NEW NATIONAL THEATER.-"TherWo Many a slip" In the title of a sparkling comedy which Robert Maxishall adapted from the French of Scribe and Legouve, and which a company numbering seven per formed before a well pleased audience at the New National Theater last night. The cast nnbers only seven people, and does not represent the concentration of t&l ent which might be expected when so smaM a corps of players are presented by Charles Frohman for an evening's enter talmnent. The play is a fine specimen of comedy, coherent In structure, and with a sufficient background of serious Interest to afford contrast for the brilliancy of the wit. The most amusing situations are at tained by a series of events which are far more rational than the average producer of farce consents to employ, and there are whimsical people whose -moods are suffl ciently grotesque to excite unlimited mirth, and at the same time within the bounds of probability. It is one of the models of comedy for writers In all languages, and the adapter has refrained from destroying Its original qualities through misguided ef forts to bring It "up to date." Edward Abeles had the role of the young man whose terrors afford most of the fun, and Jessie Mllward portrayed the lady whose resourcefulness is more than a match for the shrewd dipuomat with whom she wages a war of wits. George Irving as the hero of the episode gave a satisfactory performance. Scenically the play is not pretentious, but It has an abundance of in trinsic cleverness which cannot but prove entertaining. LAFAYETTE THEATER.-The general vaudeville numbers and the particular Im personations of "The Great Lafayette," which comprise the week's offering at the Lafayette Square Theater, last night scored a considerable success. The entertainment is evidently designed for popular amuse ment ratiher than for any purposes of high art, and is distinctly good within such limi tations. The auditors and spectators of last night applauded frequently and laugh ed heartily. The theater-going world is familiar with Lafayette's impersonation of John Philip Sousa and Ching Ling Foo and with his special performance, called "The Lion's Bride," a pantomime, in which a young woman is thrust into a cage with a live lion, when the lion and Lafayette exchange places, to the mystification of the whole audience. This year he preser ts several new imitations with marked success--Crea tore, Offenbach and Liszt, leading an or chestra in turn; Strauss as a barber shav ing a customer to music, and both King Edward and Queen Alexandra at the recent coronation. The supporting company is adequate, and introduces as vaudeville numbers a musical act by the five Nosses, a monologue by Lynn Welscher, the two Pucks in songs and dances, Sallie Stembler in songs and Burke. Moller and Teller In a sketch, which included much conversation, some singing and a little dancing. CHASE'S THEATER.-The bill at Chase's this week presents several acts which may justly be called novelties. Fanny Rice's performance is different from any other in vaudeville. The funny little puppets with Fanny Rice faces made friends fast when they began their comic performances. The expressions of the midget folk and their coy ways were delightful to watch, while the efforts of the operatic soprano to reach high C and her final success, through a rare bit of neck stretcling, were most ludicrous. Another distinct novelty was the aerial work of Clara Ballerini. Perched on a chair supported by its rear standards on a trapeze bar, this young woman played the mandolin and sang an Italian ditty. The trapeze act in vaudeville has come to be looked forward to by the patrons with resig nation. This one, however, proved a genu ine surprise. Miss Ballerini is decidedly handsome and graceful, and her work dif fers from the usual run of aerial tricks, In that it is picturesque as well as skillful. The banjo playing of Franco Piper Is another novelty, although something of a nerve racking one. While juggling three banjos he plays a tune upon them. Then he spins two of the Instruments while the "Suwanee River" emerges somehow from the strings. The novelty of his playing makes the act. Another feature out of the ordinary was that of Delareen's dogs. There are only a few of them, but they are not the common ly termed trick dogs. They are athletes and work with their master in performing all sorts of feats. Charles Ernest, the phil osophical tramp; Hayes and Healy, the ringmaster and the circus rider; Hines and Remington, In a rather flashy talking act, and a comical trip to the moon, via the vitagraph, are other features. ACADEMY.-"The Volunteer Organist" was performed at the Academy last night, where a large audience was entertained. The play must be numbered among the distinct hits in the field of rural comedy and pathos. The four scenes alternate be tween two villages and the action hinges around a young clergyman's love for a tavernkeeper's daughter, which starts the gossips of the village to talking, especially some members of the minister's congrega tion, whose insincerity is later brought to light. The story teaches a strong tem perance lesson. The several, characters in the cast gave highly creditable perform ances. There is humor in the piece, but none of the horse play that so often proves tiresome Is brought In to cause a laugh. There is also an absence of the customary deep-dyed villain, who, with the assist ance of an adventuress, seeks to harm the Innocent. One scene shows the exterior and Interior of the village church, with the worshipers in their pews, and conster nation is caused among them when the minister announces that the organist will not be able to attend the service. A tramp, who proves to be the clergyman's long-lost brother, hears the announcement and vol unteers his services. As an added attrac tion Master Willie Nelson, a boy soprano, sings "The Palms," and Master Floyd Hunt, another soprano, sang "The Pilgrim Band." John Milton, who essayed the role of the clergyman, gave a good interpretation of the character, Miss Justina Wayne made her first appearance with the copany last night, enacting the character of the tav ernkeeper's daughter In a manner which met with entire approval. EMPIRE THEATER. - "The Devil's Daughter," as presented at the Empire Theater this week, is a production of a more elaborate type than has hitherto been attempted at this playhouse. The scenery Is entirely new and some of the effects, par ticularly the closing scene, are extremely good. The show hia been relvsed and brought up to date, the costumes are new and pretty. The only objection to the show Is the fact that it employs too much sug gestiveness at times. Clarence Wilbur Is humorous In the part of Patsy Bolivar. Ed die Mack is good In the part of the German professor and Nat Jerome and E. D. How ard prove themselves capable as come dians, besides contributing a specialty that was above the average In talking turns. Flossy Coy, Hattie Fox and Lillian Hatha way added their efforts toward making the show acceptable in a way that was dis tInctly pleasing. One of the cleverest spe cialties Is that of Flo Jansen whose sIng ing act is embellished with remarkably good light effects, the stage being hung en Old as the Pyramids And as little changed by the ages, is Scrofula, than which no disease, save Consumption, is responsible for a larger mortality, and Consumption is its outgrowth. It affects the glands, the mucous membranes, tissues and bones; causes bunches in the neck, ca tarrhal troubles, rickets, inflamed eyelids, sore ears, cutaneous erup tions, etc. "I suffered from serofala, the dIsease affecting the glands of my neck. 1 did everything I was told to do to eradicate it, but without maecess. \ I then began taking Hood's inaruaparilla, and the swelling in my nenck entirely disappeared and my skin resumed a emooth, healthy appearance. The cure was cnmnlete." MISs ANITA MITORUL, Sli Seott St., Coringtos, Ky. Hood's Sarsaparilla and Pils Thoroughly eradicate scrofula and build -up the system that has suf tirely In whit. A large audience weloan the. aggregation yesterdf. KRNAN'S LYC0 Tmx&,nm-The patrons of Kernan's Lyceum Tbeater wel comed in large numbers . 'a Bur leaquers upon. their return ta play house at e two rform es yestrday. The bill Includes theBisoc Cty Quartetj Lester and Curtin, in a sensimonal acro batic turn; Blossom Seeley, in songs .and dances; the Waldron Brothers, in German comedy; the Salvaggis, In a novelty dancing turn, and the three Ronays, in musical pantomime. HALLS OF THE ATCIENTS.-An en tirely new program of Motion pictures Is given at the Halls of the Ancients this week. The series include "Through Switi erland and the Alps." Classical and de scriptive music is furnished by Messrs. Ramseyer and Yundt. Quality is what makes price. If Burnett's Vanilla Extr : was no better than other extracts Its price would be the same.-Advt. What is Sugar Loaf? It's the newest! It's the best!-Advt. Expression of Respect and Sympathy. At a meeting of the class of 1904 of the Washington College of Law, held yester day, resolutions were passed expressing the regret of the members of the class at the death of their classmate, Miss Adelaide Levin. and the sympathy of the members was extended to the family of the deceased. Flowers From Gude's. One Invariably gets the choicest specimen blooms when Gude has the order. 1224 F. Advertisement. Special Train Service to West Point Naval Academy Foot Ball Game. Via Pennsylvania Railroad. Leave Wash ington Saturday, Nov. 29, at 10:10 a.m. di rect to Franklin Field, returning at conclu sion of game. Dining Car, Parlor Cars and Day Coaches. Rate $4.00 round trip. Apply at once for parlor car reservations for round trip.-Advt. Committed to Asylum. Two policemen were given a lively run down 15th street from the Treasury Depart ment to the bureau of engraving and print ing ajbout 3 o'clock this morning. A young colored woman, who proved to be Emma Hauser, a domestic in the family of a well known business man, was trying to escape the officers. She was only partly clad, and it was ap-parent that her mind was affected. Sanitary Officer Frank arranged today to send her to St. Elizabeth for treatment. Ask your neighbor about Sugar Loaf! Advertisement. Sandy Foster, a colored resident of South Washington. became iII at the corner of 13th and H streets northwest yesterday. The ambulance was summoned and he was removed to the Emergency Hospital. TORTURES And all Forms of Itching Scaly Humours Instantly Relieved and Speedily Cured by Cuticura. Complete Treatment con sists of CUTICURA SOAP, 25c., to cleanse the skin of crusts and scales and soften the thickened cuticle, CU. 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Ad bEM. CORP.. sole Props. Boston, U. S. A. A~ Shoes --show their superiority in their elegant appearance, but they prove their superiority in faithful service. Shoecs for day or dress in all good leathers. Priced from $3.50 to $7. N. Hess' Sons, 931 Pa. Ave. no25-24d -FOR MINCE PIES Our Brandy is pure. Itgie B randy, .e?*M*t". ,e 35c.aPt. Ptlor 'h ord err, EUGENE SCHIWAB, s1.-1525 STE ST. SOUTHEAST. In larger quantities, finer qualities and greater rarity than ever, the store has assembled the fall and win ter stock, and we were never so well prepared to serve our patrons as now, TEHAT BOX 915 PA. AVE. ( resta Blanca - Clarets - Sauternes -The most fandes and reputable of AmerIes. -wines. 1o1e Distributor fer the Distriet. ChrisXaner,?"j ALL3 T.1Ar Ohan W. 2wi.i Blh aim tr 1100 Against th Gowemmnant. mt. boh W. awrfs= of Vrta bs sled a oaim against tha sovernmt fort $100. at the War Depituant on account a of - the Oetion of a nsoma iglal sta tion on his land. bore~g the Potomac A river below Washington It is stated that Col. AUen, corps of iser who has charge of the Improemf the Potoofmo ~iver, found it necessary1f the dredging erations under wWre at Iattawoman soal to place a pole VA a fieag at the peak on t hore on XW Ffa&Vs Prop Ofty, for ranige purposeopamd that the l&t- AJ tar ered it an a treSPAOL He made complatnt to thVeW7r Depaftment, and was asked to file - a adalm fi-Ing the 3j~ amount of damages. Hie letter has been referred to Col. Allen forraeport. PC me sewn mu e w smsar Dr. Deimell 4 Underwear I For Men, Women and Children. A The Dr. Delmel Linen Un- C1 derwear leaves a sense of freshness and cleanliness not experienced from the use P of any other underclothing. V es It is. a true combination of comfort and elegance. Our booklet, mailed free, will tell you all about it. Mail orders have prompt attention ye Deimel Linen-Mesh Co. a 728 1 5th St. N. W. P1 "Open a Charge Account at Castelberg's." al Let us suggest , tu Christmas. In fact, t it was suggested to us by so many peo ple coming in here 0 and asking us to re- L serve goods for them. ti Many have been at good enough busi ness people to open - charge accounts - select what they T want and either T take thegoods with N. them or have us C keep tilem in our IE safes while they are taking advantageof w the intervening weeks to pay for E their purchases in. small sums. You buy here on these terms: $1o worth for.------ 5oc. a week. $5worth for.-..--.--. 75c. aweek. ca $25 worth for....$1.oo a week. $50 worth for...... .$1.oo a week. ? $75 worth for.......$1.50 a week. $1oo worth for.....$2.oo a week. Castelbilerg's, Washington's Leading Jewelers, 935 Penn. Avenue. 1C 1 AMUSEMENTS. CHIASE'S E'CLS1V? F TRAND , enn a 2and o. IFADMDfY iCE 'NewJoly Surprses,' and Unco Piper handEr~s4 ay an Dealnio, mlBA lirona hi and nr toimn Dalarn s Pictrs. Next wkB ema aun Belle 24ctette. KERN AN'S, "~iis YDf 25c. .AL, THIS ~WEa Fred Irwi's;BIgr Show. 50-PEl@! .AN ALL-ST? URO. SNext week-THE HIGH301IiERS. noS4-5t-15 I -THE HOME OF 3iUREiQUU. - This Week-The SUmpswrxtraagansa, The Devil's Dkughter, Br George Totten -Smith. 40-QN THE STAGEl-40os intrdclin ta mtOz Comedian and Swet COLUIIBIA THEATER. """ T TUESDAY. DECEMBER RD. 4:11 P.M. ONE GRAN CONOBRE PIIIILAOELPHWA na AND THE GREAT BUSmEN PIMNUER, MARK HIAMBOtVRI& zhe Bust ter th Qest Meas "Old Bradoek" Maryland Rye. Order it f6r ngf wl rtamn. Pure and At , eates, b. Ja.' Clark Distiingm C.D.P. - wthy. mgr., 610 Pa. aVe. "Phone 1o, it ea Motion Pitures, Temple Baptist aurokh 10th and N sts. n.w.. tonight. 1te )rder "Navenner's Oream Biscuits" For Thanksgiving Dinner. Mhey're the finest crackers to serve with ups, salads, &o. Always fresh, cr1ip and othsome. At grocers', In 1-lb. packages. iso sold in bulk. Order them. it aported "Pilsner" & "Munich lindl" to well as all other leading brands of Im irted beers, are served in perfect condition Hotel Engel, opp. B. and 0. depot. Also a famous Kjoster Beer. Ladies' and gen mens dining rooms upstairs. it A Drinking Man tn be cured secretly by Orrine, a positive id harmless remedy for the disease or ur money back. Price, $1 per box, 6 for . At leading druggists'. mat Motion Pictures, Temple Baptist xurch. 10th and N ets. n. w.. Tuesday ening. no24-2t* For Thanksgiving Dinner. Klenk Bros.' Delicious Mince Pies will ease the most exacting housekeeper. The try best Cake, 20o. lb. Place your orders rly for your Thanksgiving dinner Pies id Cake. Bakery, 2122 L at. n.w. Market ands, 807 Center, 814 Northern Liberty, -91 0 at., 13 Riggs and 99-100 Western. no22-3t* . brick wagon and carriage collided near e corner of 20th and L streets northwest sterday. The carriage was badly dam red. The Falls Heater is a Jewel. Put It over your lamp and heat your room; ice, $1. M. C. Mitchell, 3100 M. no22-St Millions of Favors, Toys, &c. rap book pictures, fancy paper, etc. Gould's. io2l-5t* $3.50 Trimmed Hats Free. WVe are overstockd with Trimmed Hats, ,d we're going to close them out quick-a nited number will be given away. One lth every purchase of our stylish suits at sell for from- $10 to $50. Only a limited smber of these suits. Fashion Co., 720 9th n.w. no20-tf Filters That Are Perfect. To more mud baths, malaria or typhoid. ;tImates furnished by W. B. Scaife & na Co., National Hotel. 'Phone, East 798. )c27-tf >en Thanksgiving. Best 4.00 Work city. 4 sittings. Estabrook, 1227 Pa. ave. io20-th,s,tu,tf General Cleaners. )wellings, Stores, Offices, Libraries thor ghly cleaned. Floors waxed, etc. Na mnal Window and Office Cleaning Co., cor. i and D sta. n.w. 'Phone East 138. Es blished 1890. Responsible for damages. io4-tu,th&s,10t*-5 AMUSEMENTS. ~ A IM .SEATS STrML CAD EMY. ,"O^ READ MATS. TUES.. THURS. AND SAT. Thanksgiving Matinee Prices Same as Night. E MOST TALKED-ABOUT PLAY OF THE AGE, HE VOLUNTEER ORCAMST t Week-A KENTUCKY FEUD. no24-,15 flIIT ADIA WASHINGTON'S ,OLUMBIA I. LEADING THEATER. qLEANORA DUSE TONIGHT AT 8:15. "LA GIOCONDA." duesday Evening.............LA Citta Morta ursday and Friday Evenings and aturday Matinee........ Francesca da Rimini PRICE!-41. $1.50, $2 AND $3. r et Week-Denman Thompson in "The Old mestead." no25 AND TURKEY DINNER, THANKSGIVING DAY -Under auspices of Geo. H. Thomas W. R. C., o. 11. MASONIC TEMPLE, from 12 e'clock to :30 p.m. Tickets. 25c. it* Halls of the Ancients. OPEN 9:90 A.M. TO 10:30 P.M. Classic Reproductions, XUSEMENT AND EDUCATIONAL CENTER. o OTHER PL,ACE LIKE IT rN THE WOULD. Motion Pictures. NEW PROGRAM. INCLUDING HROUGH SWITZERLAND AND THE ALPS. IUPERB SERIES. NEVER SHOWN IN WASH INGTON BEFORE. TSIC BY MESSRS. RAMSEYER AND YUNDT. THE TUXEDO DUO OF BOSTON, issical and Descriptive Music. Instrumental and 25c. 'athe Freres* repfreentation of the Wonderful salon Play in otnPctures, Saturday. 4:15 a. nol7-12t-24 :horal Socilety RST CONCERT WEDNESDAY EV'G, DEC. 8, CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH, 8:15 P.M. Song Recital by Schumann-Hieink. eserved Seats. 11 to $1.50, at T. Arthur ith's, 1827 F at. LATER CONOERTS INCLUDE David Bispham, Anton Van Rooy. lesslah, St. Paul, Creation Iberal discount by purchasing $5 Season Tickets. o24-8t-28 riday Night at 8:115. Seats, 50e., 75c. and $1. All reserved. 2,000 SEAffIS AT 50e. On ale at Smith's Ticket Agency, 1827 F. a044tf,20. ,APAYETT E"E THIS WEEK, MArIEs "THlE OREAT gegnesdg.*LAFAYETTrE ivs,Godae AND HIS COMPANY. Ne. AND 50e. EXTRA MATINEE at Thanksgiving Day. VEXT WEEK-HANLON'S NEW SUPERBA. ewNational j TONGHT AT 8:15. KOLIDAY MATINEE THANKSGIVING DAY. mbe only theater in Washington ogering eselu ely Asmmrican and foreign star of the sret rank. QAflIZ.S FROBMAN -PRESUNTS THE GARRICE 'PRE|R BUCOESS,. H ,E' AN ALUr0TAR CAST, ANY A mEMaD LIP DADAEB BOER Am WILD BAER RWN -al Thatsda fRthegg met ss waketTH D Autumn Washingt J0 LAST D (0 Penn. R. R. Trains Leave 1:15 P. M., Returni Fare, Roun4 Electric Cars Direct to the New York Ave. Every T Objectionable Characte no25-tf,100 EXCURSIONS, ETO. FOR MOUNT VERNON, ALEXANDRIA AND ARLINGTON. ELECTRIC TRAINS. STATION. 18% & PA. AVE. For Mt. Vernon, week days, hourly, 10 to 2. For Alexandria and Arlington every half hour. Round trip to Mt. Vernon, 60c.4 to Alexandria, 25c.; to Arlington, 20c. to Mt. Vernon, Including Arlington and Alexandria, W0e. WASH., ALEXANDRIA & MT. VERNON RY. au4-10d Arlington, Myer, Falls Church, FROM AQUEDUCT BRIDGE HALF HOURLY. je25-tf-5 FOR MOUNT VERNON, HOME AND TOMB OF WASHINGTON. (AILY SUNDAY EXCEP TED), IRON StTEAER CHARLES MACALESTER Heated throughout by steam. leaves 7th at. wharf 10 a.m. and 1:45 p.m. Arrives Washington 1:40 and 5:15 p.m. Fare. round trip.......................... 0 cents. Admission to grounds and mansion.......25 cents. OC1-tf-10 N*o'olk a Washington Steamboat Company. Every day in the year from foot of 7th at. for Ft. Monroe, Norfolk, Newport News and - all points south by the superb, powerful stee) - palace steamers Newport News," "Norfolk' -and f"Washlogtou," Washi on.6:pm Lv. Portsmouth..5:00 pm LT. A1exandria..7:00 pm LT. Norfolk......6:00 pm Ar. Lort Momo..7:00 am Lv. Fort Mouroe.7:00 pm Ar. Norfolk..800 am Ar. Alexandria. .6:80 am Ar. Portsmouth. .8:15 am' Ar. Washington..7: 0 am - wThrough connections made at Norfolk - th steamers of Old Dominion Steamshiq Co. for New York and Merchants and Miners -- teamships for Boston. - [7ror further information apply at general - ticket office, Bond building, 14th and N. e. - ave.. or 7th st. wharf. Washington. D. 0. 'Phone 2 . JNO. CArrAHAN. General Manager. RATTROADS, Baltimore and Ohio R. Re Leave Washington, New Jersey Ave. and C St. CHICAGO AND NORTHWEST, *10t50 a.m.. *6:20 p.m. CINCINNATI, ST. LOUIS and LOUISVILLE, *10:00 a.m. *4:15 p.m.. *1:10 night. PI'rTSBURG AND CLEVELAND, *10:50 a.m.. *8:45 p.m. and *1:00 night. OOLUMBUS AND WHEELING, *6:20 p.m. WINCHESTER, t8:35 a.m., t":15 and t5:80 p.m. LURAY, '4:15 p.m. ANNAPOLIS, 17:30, 58:30, tl1:50 a.m., t4:80, 55:25 p.m. FREDERICK, t8:85, 59:00, 110:50 a.m., 51:15, t4:30, 16:20 p.m. HAGERiSTOWN. t10:00 a.m. and to:30 p.m. BOYD and way points. t8:35, 59:00 a.m., 51:15, f4:80, 15:30, 110:1D, f11:50 p.m. GAITHERSB3URG and way points, t8:35, 59:00 a.m., 12:50, 51:15, 18:30, t4:80, '5:00, to:30, *7:55, 110:15 til1:80 p.m. WA~SHINGN'ON JUNCTION and way points, t8:35, 59:00 a.m., 51:15, f4:30, t5:80 p.m. BALTIMORE, week days, x3:00. 5:00, 6:80. x7:05, 7:30, x8:80, 8:35, x9:30, x10:00, 11:50 a.m., x12:20 noon. x1:85, x8:00, x4:00, x4:30. 4:85, x5:05, 5:25, 6:20. 6:30, x8:00, x10:00, x11:30, 11:35 p.m. Sundiays, x8:00. x7:05. 7:30, x8:30 19:00 a.m., x12:20, 1:15 x8:00, x8:30, 15:05, 5:26, 6:30, 18:00, x10:00, x1:, 11:85 p.m. ROYAL BLUE LINE. All trains illuminated with Plntsch light. BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK BOSTON and the East, '3:00. *7:05 (Diner), t8:30 SBuffet), 59:00 (Diner), t10:00 (Diner) a.m., *12:20 Diner), '3:00 ("Royal Limited.'' Diner), f4:00 Phila. only), '5:05 (Diner), '8:00 and '11:30 p.m. (Sleeping Car open at 10:00 o'clock). ATLANTIC CITY, t7:05, t10:00 a.m., *12:20, '8:00 p.m. *Daily. tExcept Sunday. ISunday only. xExpress trains. Baggage called for and checked from hotels and residences by Union Transfer Co, on orders left at ticket ofBees, 619 Pennsylvania avenue northwest, New York avenue and Fifteenth street, and at sta tion. no24-50 SEABOARD AIR LINE RY. LEAVE WASHINGTON. P. R. R. STATION: 10a40 A.M. DAILY. SEABOARD MAIL-Through Pullman Sleeper to JIacksonville, connecting at Hamlet with Pullman Sleeper to Atlanta. 7 P.M. SEABOARD EXPRESS DAILY-Solid Train to Jacksonville and Tampa, with Pullman Drawing Room Sleeper. Also Pullman Sleeper to Atlanta and Cafe Dining Car service. These trains offer excellent schedules to Petersburg, Raleigh, Southern Pines (Pinehurst), Camden, Columbia. Savannah, Jacksonville. Tampa. Key West, Havana and all Florida points: Charlotte, Athens, Atlanta, New Orleans. Chattanooga, Nashville, MemDhis, all points west and south west. 4:80 A.M. DAILY LOCAL-To Petersburg. Raleigh. Southern Pines (Pinehurst), Hamlet and inter medIate points. Offiee: 1421 Penn. ave. 4. B. RYAN. W. E. CONKLYN, Gen'l Pass'r Ag't. Gen'l Ag't Pass'r Dep't. SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Schedule effective November.!2, 1902. Trains leave from Pennsylvania Station. 8:10 a.m. Daily. Local for Harrisonburg, War renton. Charlotte and way stations. 10:51 a.m. Daily. Washington and Florida LUm Ited. First-class coaches an drawing-room sleoper to Jacksonville, Fla. Dining car servi'ce. 1051 a.m. Daily. United States Fast Mal. First-elass coaches and drawing-room sleeper to New Orleans. Dining car service. 4:01 p:m. Week Days. Local for Harrisonburg and way stations on Manassas branch. 4:8tesvp.m. Daily. Local for Warrento, and Char 8:45 .m. Dal:y. New York. and Atlanta Express. Frtcascoach and sleeper to Atlanta; Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, Suset Route. Tourit sleeper Washington to San Francisco. Pul1man bnffet service. 9:50 p.m. Daily. New York and Florida Express. First-exa coach and sleeper to Savannah, Jack sonville and Port Tampa; sleeper to Augusta and eennection for Aiken. Dning car service. 10:01 p.m. Daily. New York and Memphis Urn 1ted (via ynbug. Firat-class coach and slesp igear toRoanoe Knoxville, Chattanooga and Mepi; sleeper to New Orleans. Dianing car 10:.45 p.sa. Daly Wa=Mngton and Southwestern iAmited. All Pullmn train, duab and observation arq to AVata an Mae; slepr oNashvle ear service. T31SON BLUEMONT BRANCH. liar. W oa 0:01 a'.m. daly weekda. 7-4 p.my,4Wp.m Throug trains iter the South arrive Wadntoa 6:48 a. 6Bha.m. 7:40 a.m., 0:45 a.m., 3:0 YlOL~est - deredwaiem 438 detaUei Meeting on ickey Club. Sixth Street Station at ng After the Races. I Trip, 25c. Course from. 15th St. and wo Minutes. Fare, 5c. rs Positively Excluded. RAILROAD& Eflglin P3AVIAUROAD STATION CORNER OF bIXTH AND B STREETS. 7;50 A.M. daily. PITTSBUHG EXPRESS.-Parloo and Dining Cars Harrisburg to Pittsburg. 10:50 A.M. daily. PENNSYLVA.NIA LUITED.... Pullman Sleeping. Dining. Smoking and ObsE. vation Car. Harrisburg to Chicago, Cincinnadi, Indianapolis. t Louis, Cleveland and Toled&, BufCet Parlor Car to Harrisburg. 10:50 A.M. daily. FAST LLINIL-Pu an Bud Parlor Car to Harrisburg. Buffet Parlor (a Harrisburg to Pittsburg. 8:30 P.M. daily. CHICAGO AND NT. LOUIS XX. PRESS.-Bleeping Car Washington to St. Lods and Sleeping and Dining Cars Harrisburg to 1A, dianapolls. St. Louis, LouIsville (via Cneinna and Chicago. 1:15 P.M. daily. ST. LOUIS EZXPRES.-PUmm Sleeping Car Harrisburg to 8t. Lols. 1:45 P.M. daily. WI?TERN EXPRI.-P.inoe. aleeping Car to Pjttsburg nd Chicago. Dining Car to chicae. 7:45 P.M. daily. CIEVELAND AND CINCINNA21 EXPaEs.-Pulman sleeping Cars Washing"ns to Plttsburg, and Harrisburg to Cleveland a" Cincinnati. Dining Oar. 10:40 P.M. daily. PACIFIC EXPBU.-Palmu Bleeping Car to Plttborg. T:3 A.M. daily. BUFFALO DAY EXPRU wiM through Broiler Buffet Parlor Car and Coaches SP Buffalo. via Emportum Junoto. 1:50 A.M. for Kane. CanandaIgua, Rochester ad Niagara Falls. 6aily ozeept Sunday. 10:50 A.M. for TImira and enovo daily eesg Bunday. For Williamsport daily, 8:80 P.M. 7:15 P.M. daily. BUFFALO NIGHT EXPREM, with through Buffet Sleeping Car and Coseak to Buffalo. via Emporium Junction. 7:48 P.M. daily for Erie; for Rochester, Ruffals and Niagara Fails daily ezcept Saturday, with Bleeping Car Washington to ochester. 10:40 P.M. far Erie, Canaendaign. Roche.t.r. BuS. f alo and Niagara Falls daily. Pullman Bleegiag Car Washingto.a to Rochester Saturdays only. 4:00 P.M., "Congressional Limniteda' Daily far New lork, all Pariog Gars, with Dia ig Car from Baltimore. For Philadelphia, New York and the East. Express. 5:80 (DinIng Car), T:00 (Dining Car). T:S1 (Dining Car). 8:10 (DIning Car). 8:00, 10:00 (Db. ing Car). 10:25 and 11:00 (Dining Car from W3. mington) A.M.. 11:45, 8:15, 4:50 (Dilg Get from BaltImore). 6:50. 10:00 P.M.. 11:10 nIght. On Sundays, 5:80 (Dining Car). T:'00 (Dining Car). 1:57 (Dining Car). 8:10 (Dining Car), S:04 10:15. 11:00 (Dining Car from Wilmingtoa) A.M. 12:15, 8:15, 4:00 (Dining Car from Baltm 6:50. 10:00 P.M.. 1.2:10 night. For Philadelphia only. Express, T:45 A.M., 12:15 P.M. week-damn. 2:01. 4:10 and 5:40 P.M. daily. For Boston. without change, 1a45 A.M. week-days and 4:80 P.M. daily. For Baltimore. 5:00. 5:80. 6:15. T:'00, 7:45. T:U, 7:57. 8:10. 9.00, 10:'00, 10:25. 10:50, 11:00 A.M.. 12:15. 11:45. 1:25, 2:01, 8:15, 3:30 (4:06 Limited). 4:10. 4:3). 4:35, 4:50, 5:40. 6:15, 6:38, T:15, 7:45, 10:00. 10:40, 11:85 P.M. and 12:16 night. On Sundays, 5:30. 7:00, 7:50. 1:87. 8:19, 8:00. 9:05. 10:5. 10:50, 11:00 A.M., 12:15, 1:18. 2:01. 8:15. 8:80 (4:00 LImited). 4:10. 4:20. 4:38. 5:40. 6:10. 6:50, 1:15. 7:45, 10:00. 10:40 P.M. and 12:10 night. Far Pope's Creek lIne. 1:48 A.M. ad 4:38 P.M. week-days. Sundays, 9:06 A.M. For Annapolis. T:50 A.M.. 12:18 and 4:80 P.31. week-daye. Bondays. 9:00 A.M. and 6:40 P.M. Ticket oces. corner Fifteenth and 0 Itreets, and at the station, Sixth and B Streets, whose e. ders can be left flor the checking of baggage ta destination from hotels and r..iamae. Telephone call "1640" for Pennprivania Eailrosi Cab Service. 3. B. HUTCH fNlON. 3. S. WFOOD. General Manager. General Pa..ene Agent. Chesapeake & Ohio Ity. Schedule Effective October 10, 19. B:00 P. M. DailyCICINNAT AND LOUISVILLU EXPEESS. Uoid vestibule train for Cincinati. Reaches Cincinnati 7:85 a.m.. Ionieville 1:18 a m., St. Louis 6:48p.m. Chicago 5:3 3.5 6:40 P. M. Daiy-HICAGO AN P1. LOUIS SECIAL. Anwsdveetiue elcr apols 8:5 wi.. St. Louis b:45. m.Cl innnti- I)* I ~. - 11:10 P.P.Dal-FFV U ITBD. oi ri lexington and faivlewit~n change. Com. F, ed atthe tat s Ceihnena call .gn gTananm Mate 10A General Paaep ged.