r7NO OWSUME sUppran.
Nothing Like Miller's
-for making wholesome, delicious cakes. It's ab
9olutely pure-looks and tastes lke buckwheat. All
enterprising grocers sell it.
L7"OLD MANSE" Maple Syrup is the purest
and most del tful in favor.
B. B. arnshaw & Bro.,
WHOLESALE GROCiK 11th and M ste. S.0.
We Want Those Men
-who want well-fitting, fashionable suits, and
Overcoats made to measure, yet who cannot afford
the high prices asked by taisan who turn out the
same grade of work as oure.
SCHWARTZ & PFLZMAN, Tailors,
86W507 Seventh St. se30-3m-10
''We stop leaks."
We Repair Leaky
Roofs and Damp Walls
-and give a written guarantee that our work will
Grafton& Son,71"'Ro Expes.
NOT MUCH ON TALK. BUT
Great on Good Printing.
-New Year's Announcements
Judd & Detweiler, 42"-= St.
The Clothing That
Smart Society Demands.
-Frock Suits - Tuxedo Suits - Full Dress Suits
--Swagger Long Overceats- are b.,st tailored by
-W.hington'a most exclusive tailor.
J1. Fred GatcheRl, '11,at
Pocket Books Stamped in
Gift Books and Pocket Books stamped Git.
In gilt while you wait. Nominal charge. *
HI)GES' BOOKBINDERY, 420-22 11th at.
Fit on any gas jet-will heat a big $125
room-selling like ot takes at.......... .
HUTCHINSON & McCARTHY, 520 10th at.
ALL PERSONS HAVING SEEN A W41MAN FALL
from car at 18th and U ats. n.w. on Saturday,
about 9:30 o'clock, on the evening of May 31,
1902. will kindly send their nanes and addre5ses
to Box 91. Star office. de2-3t*
-A splendid stock
of fine stationery.
-All that's new and povular in Writing
Papers of the best makes. A great va
riety of papers prettily boxed, suitable for
Big display of new Waste Paper Baskets.
Wm. H. Rupp, 42,1 fth St.
Glass-Glass - Glass-lass
Glassx Window Glass, 3c rorB'e
Glass Picture Glass, 3c '0
Plate Glass. Stained Brush
G lassI Glass. Rent Glass, Win- Free with
dow GIss. allpaints.
Hodgkin's Glass Depot,91
-The perfection of Owen-tailoring
is emphasized in the Full Dress and
Tuxedo Suits created.Nestt'les" and
Gwen, Tailor, 423 ED th St.
The Newest Fabrics for Evening
Suits and Dinner Coats
-- -rniy now be seen here. We shall he pleased
-- to have von intl.et them at your 'onvenien,e.
- r7We are making Ivren:ng Suits and Din
--- br Conts In our usual superior style.
E. H. Snyder& Co., Tailors,
EUC('FSS0RS TO SNYDER & WOOD, 1111 PA. AV.
"I NEVER DISAPPOINT."
Is as discreditable to the business man who
accepts and uses it as it can possibly be to
the printer who furnishes it. HAVE IT
DONE RIGHT. Price should not be every
Prodtable BYRON S. ADAMS, PRINTER,
Printing. (de2-14,i) 512 11th at.
Big Piano Bargains.
Upright Piano............. $145-00
Upright Piano....... .... $195.00
Others Greatly Reduced.
Squares and Organs, $25 up.
0. J. De Moll & Co.,
1231 G Street N. W.
.ALL PERSONS HAVING PLEDGES ON WHICH
is due ONE YEAR'S INTEREST or more are no
tified to, pay same or said pledges will he sold at
PUBLIC AUCTION WEDNESDAY, DECEMiBER
JOHIN DOYLE CARtMODY, H. K. FULTON,
del-St 314 9th St. n.w.
Get P-rices Pirice bst; e
for Blank Books. e. ~lT-oen
the least money.
F.. P. PR ICE & CO., 1108-1116 E st. 'Phone M. 1604.
REAL for Dolls. Made from th. best
HAIR order. PRICES AS LOW AS POS
WIG RUBBER GOODiS. 511 9th at. n.w.
''PHE BEST REASON."
There are a number of reasons why you should
place your vacant houses with us. THE IBET
RH'N IS THIAT WE WILL SOON RENT
THiEM: we will secure pronmpt-paying tenants.
We rent houses because that's our business; we
give it our attention. We are not builders or
speculators, n,or arc we engaged in any outside
enterprise-s to detract from our business. We are
in position to give your interests our entire at
ten tion; one front room devoted to rents. Give
us a trtal.
STONE & FAIRFAX,
806l-808 F street n.w.
Telephones Main 689 and 3155.
KEMETHY STUDIO, 1109 PA. AVE.
You pay just for the high-grade Pictures.
That's why moy work is low in price.
Hlave yours for Xmas now. no19-w&s.8t
oc18-s&w-15t* 720 10th st. n.w.
THIS WILL GlIVE NOTICE THAT THLE FIRM OF
Boran & Leary. consisting of Charles J. Began
andJueph J. Leary. have this day dissolved
prtnerahip, Charles J. Blogan having purchased
Mr.Leary's interest. All debts due said firm
payable to Charles J. 1ioan. ,B AN
November 29. 1902. JSP J.LAY
Celebrated English palmist, has returned, and is
located at 508 5th at. n.w. Open Sundays.
TE ANNUAL MEETINGl OF THE STOCKHOLD
era of the Lincoln Hall Association for thi elec
tion of a board of trustees, and for such other
business as may be properly brought before same,
will be held at the oSe'of the association. No.
102 lo. Fairfax st., Alexandria, Va. on TUES
DAY, Dec. 9. 1902. at 8:30 p.m.
J. 5. BWORtMiT EDT. PresIdent,
1423 New York ave. n.w.
GEO. It. REPE'II, Secretary, 400 Pa. ave. a.e.
"Fiuest Underwea in the World."
A Sanitar- Underwear, which affords to the body
the greatest protection against cold, heat and
damDness. with the least obstruction to the body's
726 15th St.
Mandleberg Raia Coa. Shirts to Measure.
o2-.1Agents for Diemel Linen Mesh.
Artistic and Reasonable.
Sasre St. Belli's Vail and Winter Snitings
rn eate. uaiyconsidered, his prices are
D R. SONNENSCHMIDT,
EN et. a.w.,
rh eei bblbo ediseass by
of hs ve ein
AT THE REGULAR OOMMNICATION OF KIW
David Iadoe. No. 28, Ir. A. A. M. BroMand,
D. a. held on Tuesday evening, December 2
19M8 the Molwn Aeeutles-upon the death of
Willism B r = , late a member or said led*,
were nnaninnuely adopted
Resolved, Ilat in the death of brother FIVOve4,
whos genial disposition, hearty generosity a
kindly qualities of mind and heart endeared him
to all has brethren, this lodge has lost a valuable
worker In the cau" of symbolle Masonry; the
community an up.gt and valued citisen, and
his family a faithful husband and devoted father.
Resolved, That our deepest sympathy Is hereby
tendered to the bereaved family of our deceased
brother, and that a copy of these resolutions be
transmitted to them as a mark of our respect to
his memory. it
SONS OF THE REVOLUTION. SOCIETY OF THE
District of Columbia-Annual meeting TONIGHT,
Dec. 8, at the New Wilard. at 8:30.
ARCHIBALD HOPKINS, President.
OHARrL L. GURLEY, Secretary. it
SPIIUTUALISM-MRS. STEPHENS' MEWI'ING.
THURSDAYS, 2 p.m. Individual instrution
daily. 402 A it. s.e. it*
TO OUR FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC GENER
ALLY.-T'he undersigned have THIS DAY, Dec.
2, 1902. entered Into copartnership. under the
firm name of BROWN & TOLSON, for the pur
e of conducting the AUCTION and STORAGE
USINEM in the city of Washington. D. CA
Pending the erection of our PERMANENT
BUILDING, now being constructed, we will be
located at 1409 AND 1411 NEW YORK AVEL
N.W., where we shall be pleased to consult and
advise with our friends and patrons.
EDMUND H. BROWN.
EDWARD L. TOTION,
de3-4t Late with C. 0. Sloan & Co.
COAL NOTICE (for December 4).
Reading coal, none. From other sources: Anthra
cite, all sizes, in limited quantities. Splint (for
open grates and ranges). $9. Hickory wood (pre
pared sizes), $11 per cord.
no26-tf V. BALDWIN JOHNSON.
-A Tuxedo Suit
to Order for $35.
-An example of artistic tai
perfect fitting - absolutely
correct in style. Special value
at the price.
The S. Barnhartt Tailoring Co.,
de3-14d 528 TWELFTH STREET.
Do You Lack Vitality?
If you feel tired all over, or suffer from dizzl
ness. fainting sells 4,r numbness; if your back
aches. or your Liver or Kidneys are working lm
properly, or you are afflicted with any disease of
a private nature, which is sapping your vitality,
you need the best medical attention. Dr. REED'S
skill Is unquestioned. It's perfectly safe to place
your case in his hands.
Charges low. Including all medicines.
Private Waiting Rooms for Ladies.
OFFICE HtOURS: 10 to 1; 3 to 6. Sundays, 10 to 12.
509 TWELIF'H NTREET.
A Superbly Dressed Man
-Is not Possible unless the tailor Is an expert.
St. Belli's long experience as cutter for G. War
field Simpson guarantees you a superb fit In su
perior goods. 005 THIRTEENTH ST. de3-tf.6
DR GEO. D. KIRKPATRICK,
SBond Bldg.. l4th and
Osteopathist, New York ave. a.w.
Bouse. 9 to 5. (seli-Tit-41 'Phone 1582-F.
1DEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.
APARITMNTS TO LET.................Page 14
AMUSEMENTS..................... Page 16
AUCTION SALES.......................... Page 13
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES...............Page 14
BUSINESS PROPERTY....................Page 14
crry ITEMS..............................Pige 1
C.UNTRY PROPEItTY....................Page 15
DOGS. CATS. ETC....................... Page 14
FALL AND WINTER ItESORTS...........Page 15
FOREIGN POSTAL SER11CE..............Page 15
FOR EXCHANGE.........................Page 15
Folit RENT (lalls)........................Page 14
FOR RENT (louses)..............Pages 14 and 15
FOR RENT fOffices).......................Page 14
FOR RENT (Itooms).......................Page 14
FOR RE;T (Stables)......................Page 14
FOl RENT (Stores).......................Page 14
FOR SALE (Houses).......................Page 15
FOR SALE 4IMts)......;..................rage 15
FOR SALE (Nliscellaneous)................Page 15
FOil SALE tReal Estate)..................Page 15
IIORMES AND VEHICLES.................Page 14
LADIES' GOODS....................Page 15
LEGAL NO/TICES.'.........................Page 14
LOAN CO\4P'ANIES........................Page 15
LOCAL MENTION.........................Page 16
LOST AND FOUND.......................Page 14
MACHINERY. ETC........................Page 14
MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN.........Page 15
OCEAN TRAVEL.........................Page 13
PIANOS AND ORGANS....................Page, 9
POTOMAC^RIVER BOATS.................Page 15
OUT-OF-TOWN PROPERTY ................Page 15
ROOMS AND BOARD.....................Page 14
SPECIAL NOTICES........................Page 3
SUBURBAN PROPERTY...................Page 15
WANTED (Agents)........................Page 14
WANTED .Apartments)...................Page 14
WANTED (Help)..........................Page 14
WANTS,D .Houses)........................Page 14
WANTED iMIscellaneous)................Page 14
WANTED iOffDees)........................Page 14
WANTED (Rooms)........................Page 14
WANTED tSituations)...................Page 14
WANTED (Stables)......................Page 14
A $50,000 RESIDENCE.
Home of S. Minot Jones Reported to'
Have Been Sold.
It *s understood that the residence of Mr.
B. Minot Jones, 1722 Massachusetts avenue,
has been purchased by Mrs. Harriot. The
consideration Is said to have been $50,000,
and the sale is understood to have been ne
gotiated through Wescott & Story, real es
Hays Mining Company Meets.
At a meeting of the stockholders of the
Hays C3onsolidated Mining, Milling and
Lumber Company held yesterday after
noon In Its offiees in the Home Life build
ing, corner' of 15th and G streets, the fol
lowing board of directors was elected for
the ensuing year: R. H. Woodward, C. W.
Haye, J. M. Bell, H. S. Reeside, J. W.
'Whelpley, W. A. Jones. C. C. Morhard, T.
C. Noyes and W. H. Weed. At a subse
quent meeting of the board of directors of
ficers of the company for the following
year were chosen as follows: C W. Hays,
president; J. M4. Bell, first vice president;
H. S. Reeside, second vice president; A. C.
Bcoth, secretary, and J. W. Wheley,
Fitted Up for Cold Weather.
The handsome little power launch Alma,
belonging to Mr. J. D. Frazee of this city,
was yesterday afternoon hauled out on the
small marine railwaf at Captain Sonney
Reagan's boat yard to be fitted for service
on the river during cold weather. The pres
ent canopy top is to bes removed and the
launch is to be fi.tted with a close house,
with windows on all sides. The launch,
when completed, will accommodate six or
eight persons.- The Alma will be given a
COFFEE DID IT.
PUT A MAN OUT OF THE RACE.
Coffee serves some people in a most atrocious
"I was a veritable coffee fiend, until finally my
stomach rebelled at the treatment and failed to
work."' writes a gentleman from New York.
"I bad dyspepsia in Its worst form; blind, stag.
gerngs headaches with vertigo about a half hoer
after each time I ate. and I finally grew so weak
and hecame so thin that my mother advised me
to atoc cots. and try Poetum Food (lotee.
"I did not like it at Shut, hut after expert
menting in making it, mother soon get it just
right, and I then liked It better than coffee.
"I soon noticed my billousness stopped and I
lost the trembisg effect on my nerves; etum
did not stimulate me. but seemed to exhilarate.
I gradually regained ay wonted good health; my
old apstite returned, and today I am wellde
pepeia. heedache and vertigo all gone, and Postum
"When I began its use I had been taMbed for
two years with afl kinds of,stomadh troul, I be.
came a veritable walkig apoeanay shega b.t I
have not taken a dos of medicine sinee I sam
menced using Poetum." Nem gvea by Putm
Thurday lr, GoMw; WiU& Boom- &I
ing arthwesterly, [email protected],
Forecast till 8 pA. Tbsaysvor t e 0
District of Columbia. cloudy tonight. Thurs
day far, co~er; winds :becoming north
westerly and fresh. For Maryland. cloudy
tonight; colder in irestern portion: Thurs
day fair, colder; fresh to brisk northwest
erly winds. For Virginia, fir tonight; L
colder in southern portion; Thursday fair, a
colder; fresh to brisk west to northwest
winds on the coast.
Weather conditions and general forecast:
The great storm 'as moved northwestward Pr
to Ontario with Increased intensity, al
though it is not so severe this morning as 1
during Tuesday. The rains now extend pau
through New England and the middle At- 1
lantic states, and have ceased In the gulf hi
states. To the westward of the storm tem- 1
peratures are falling rapidly, with quite 1
general snows in the upper lake region, and tin
In the slope region as far south as Okla- con
A cold wave covers the northwest, with Jot
temperatures below zero into eastern South aff
Dakota, and to the freezing point in Okla- Sh
homa. It is also somewhat colder in the 1
middle gulf states, and considerably warm- me
er In the Ohio valley, lower lake region and aP1
Atlantic states. an
There will be snow tonight In the upper 1
Ohio valley and lower late region, contin- to
uing Thursday along the lower lakes. There tw
will also be rain or snow In the Interior of hea
New York tonight. 1
Temperatures will fall generally and de- 1
cidedly in the Ohio valley and lower lake ooz
region, and they will also fall, though more Iar
moderately, In the Atlantic and east gulf for
On the middle Atlantic coast the winds rev
will be brisk to high north to northwest; on 1
the south Atlantic coast fresh to brisk
westerly; on the east gulf coast fresh and cu
mostly northerly. and on the lower lakes of
high west to northwest.
Storm warnings"are disp-ayed on the great 1:
lakes and on the Atlant'c coast from Dela- af
ware breakwater to Eastport, and cold Sb
wave warnings at St. Paul, Minn.; north
eastern Iowa. Wisconsin, western upper Ing
Michigan and at Chicago. wi
Steamers departing today for European
ports will have brisk to high east to south
east winds and rain to the Grand Banks. P
The following heavy precipitat'on (in bil:
inches) has been reported during the past mi
twenty-four hours: Charlotte, 1.12; Jack- COC
sonville, 1.08; Cairo, 1.38. ag1
Records for Twenty-Four Hours. the
The following were the readings of the fer
thermometer and barometer at the weather Le
bureau for the twenty-four hours beginning J.
at 2 p.m. yesterday: ag1
Thermometer-December 2. 4 p.m., 48; 8 Na
p.m., 43: 12 midnight. 41. December 3, 4 del
a.m.. 41; 8 a.m., 38; 12 noon. 47; 2 p.m., 55. Mc
Maximum. 55, at 2 p.m., December 3; min- gra
Imum. 88, at 8 a.m., December 3. Cir
Barometer-December 2, 4 p.m., 29.92; 8 A
p.m., 29.77; 12 midnight. 29.65. December Bir
3, 4 a.m.. 29.58; 8 a.m., 29.00; noon, 29.64; 2 sc
p.m., 29.63. Ba
Minimum Temperatures. Cos
The following Is the minimum tempera- apt
ture in the twenty-four hours ending at 8 lie'
a.m., December 3, in the cities Indicated, del
as reported to the weather bureau:
Eastport, Me....... 22 ChIckgo, Ill........4 F
Boston, Mass........16 Des Moines Iowa... -
New York, N. Y..... 6Oaha. Ne........14
Philadelphia. Pa..... 36 Salt Lake City.
Atlantic City, N. J... 42 Dearer, 16 an
Washington. D. u.... U4El Tex.......10 gU
Lynchburg. Va ....... 38.M Vi
Jacksonville, Fla.C S.pk.ne. Wash. 0
Mobile. Ala........ 56 P,,rtland. "reg. . S.
New Orleans. La.... 56 Carson City, 6 ho
Galveston. T. 2 San Francisco Cal.. 46 .
Chattanoo5a, Ten... 44Los Angeles, Cal..8 per
Buffalo, N. Y. 0 San Diego........40
Condition of the Water.
Temperature and condition of water at 8
a.m.: Great Falls. temperature, -; cond
tion, - Dalecarlia reservoir, temperature, to
43; condition at north connection, 1; condi
tion at south connernton, . Georgetown fA
distributing reservoir, temperature. 46; con-ta
dition at influent gatehouse, 11; condition Eai
at effluent gatehouse, 17. Washington city
reservoir, temperature, 47 condition at in- I
fluent, 36; condition at effluent, 86. .1h
Tide Table. tat,
Today-Low tide, 4:28 F.m. and 4:31 p.m.; ES
high tide, 10:17 a.m. and 10:22 p.m. Ml
Tomorrow-Low tide, 5:00 a.m, and 5:03 bor
p.m.; high tide, 10:48 a.m. and 10:5S p.m. mil
Condiion o the ater
The Sun and Moon. An
Today-Sun rises, 7:05 a.m.; sun sets, 4:35 Inv
Moon sets, 7:54 p.m. dat
Tomorrow-Sun rises, 7:06 a.m. Da
The City Lights. file
The city lights and naphtha lamps all gr
lighted by thirty minutes after sunset; ex
tinguishing begun one hour before sunrise.
All arc and incandescent lamps lighted ff- C
teen minutes after sunset and extinguished
forty-five minutes before sunrise.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFER&
Mount Pleasant-Richard E. Pairo et ux.pr
to George Koeler, lots 9 and 10; $10. mt
Pennsylvania avee northwest between ye
19th and 20th streets--Danliel Doub et al., Int
trustees, to Josep Mathy, part lot 10, t
sqTare 119; $12,000. a Soc
P. stree nta err]
an1 stets-:54np. . daafelta,M
Tusrte unries, to7:0lan Bridge DDa,lo e
95,squreTh66 City5 begts
Wagter sytrty nortes betee Punset; ex
agndgare stets-Goehor beor Cuisse. t
And arketn sncanescaetoame logt fi0 co
tee mitresoaftest bunetwen and nuhda
stret-edminute befre tounhrlse. Pa-O
CharesnH PlaatrkerdPar et ux. p sm r
poGery toehuler, Bot; 9$nd100. 0
Adthian 2tohL strt ar-ElDwua ., nb
Stlwgne l,trustees, to Josel Mty,pr Lot War- at
rsquar l110; t 1,00. 2 1,11.5
Plesanet nothaistEi beteen owerCaptol ma
tRosees F. DaneadBrdetDoy, lot 37;e1.ld
Codumae Htegts-Wieong . Cssen et Er
ux. 'to the Raymon hie, Copatloy, batlok 'c
32, sqar1 18:01..h
Fitrstreedto ohet Ameicn Povetoa un
ark-JohnkDt stroisatet tusme, o mco
andipth LBown2, pqar; $10.6 1.Pi
TIryfut street northwest between n tht
adstreets-raren E. Smhret H. tor ci
ker,i eattliin a lot 182n 9, square . e
LongrlesadowPareryokn et ux. tovyssmeon
27pryt laBl; $10. T
Adiounto Leaan adrt Paark-EdansEu J.el
geeEwadet . se to Johnia . Cap- af
bell, lots 177 179 81, block ; $102. n
Clasant Plaigns-ElizabethMoe to sae,prto
lose F. Duffy, 36; 710. 1.d
ColmbaeHigts-WilsonL.K.amden et aE,trsee,t
Ger trud J. Raynht, part iia lot , blocke "C
0PareetJohnDrwsst beteen, trusteed 3to mn
streets Hlares lOwen to Ge1,ork Smith Be
part00 oflt14Uqarri1 1.p
Mdt .Bown art L;c$1. s Pke
Maritygort licenee notwbbteen isQt thha
andiRe-tranksFran HE.ge ofithi cty andtW
Mattie OE.ttinger, lof 189 cknd1, squae.B
Th2ma; J1. WilasaniayE.Mca
FrengT Gierts-Hnry Eva Wilson Getouxgte
to Keneya ndrry M.Lthm .t 194anfod 195ebockth
n2rd $10. akad lr 0 ale,b T
ofMontgomerysanty,d.eabent Gordonu sy
Mary E. Gaddesaet xthodu Trouta of Ciap C
Ohi, ot1, an Gerrue9. 1, bloc of this ciy;
Roumb. Heights-Hamto m, a Rub
and 8 block M6; H$10. o,oh f ih
ColoredenorhwEt betwen22d and 23di t
0.tYoung;William . Sct t and tru tet
Scottrud ThoRay, Marti argnal l 5,eqare uc
Her Wtelt nthweta beteen.2dad3 i
srtsHllad tOwAend toGerg Smith, B
prtoflt 124,een sqar luf1;r $10- rede
ner aec rriage4t aLdCnstets h
west,iwas icne ts atebesdt the Pola1ortf
thsloing o==cag f arny
polie-ank ol Hdges ofd thascty (kend
Thwas J.z Wla nih,and a Eggocka
be edrnk C Bans andi Ana . Gayen
Fried. Thailet hwadn,and Ev ison;ege
W. Kenedy ad MarylE. Hfor;Fed
tordo btterac and tCelarG anet, both
ffered for $1&,000.
,,e.e st:AM*Jr av;b.mi
i enG Kt. between 5 th, Good
MES M. 3REEN, 3#N.Y. av.
I Estate, Las., Inuac...Investm.nts.
Court of Appls.
isent, the Chief Justice, Mr. Justice Mor
ris and Mr. Justice ft6pard.
MI-Webb. executor ft.--p et al.;
wed until Tuesday, 9,1902.
100-Thompson agt. District of Colum
11-Wimard agt. Crook; do.
WB-Mallery et. Frye; &rgureunt con
aed by Mr. D. W. Baker for appellee and
icluded by Mr. John Rldout for appellant.
149-United States ex rel, elsendorf agt.
in Hay, Secretary of te; judgment
rmed, with costs; opinion by Mr. Justice
42-Gwin et al. agt. Brown et aJ.; argu
r*t commenced by Mr. James A. Cobb for
ellants, , continued by Mr. L. M. King
I Mr. B. F. Leighton for appellees.
W56-Fowler agt. Seymour & Co.; motion
strike out of the record and dismiss the
> general appeals postponed until the
ring of the case on its merits.
56-Fowler agt. Seymour; continued.
39-Mallery et al. agt. Frye; argument
imenced by Mr. J. A. Maedel for appel
t and concluded by Mr. J. C. Gittings
129-Lyles agt. United States; judgment
ersed and cause remanded for a new
tL; opinion by Chief Justice Alvey.
137-Montz agt. District of Columbia;
gment of Police Court affirmed, with
ts. and cause remanded for the execu,tion
its judgment therein; opinion by Mr.
3-Smith et al. agt. Sullivan; judgment
rmed, with costs; opinion by Mr. Justice
10-City and Suburban Railway of Wash
ton agt. Swedborg; judgment affirmed,
h costs; opinion by Chief Justice Alvey.
Eouity Court No. I-Justice Hagner.
illing agt. Thompson; leave to amend
granted and C. C. and A. C. Glover ad
ted as parties defendant. Cook agt.
ok; divorce a vin. mat. granted. Arnold
. Arnold; divorce a vin. mat. granted.
acs agt. Isaacs; cause remanded for fur
r proof. Jacobs agt. Jacobs; rule on de
dant returnable December 10 granted.
;gett agt. Robinson; Bates Warren and
H. Gordon appointed receivers. Overly
. Oberbv: testimony before J. E. Mc
lly. examiner, ordered taken and rule on
endant returnable December 9 granted.
Bride agt. McBride; divorce a vin. mat.
cult Court No. I-Chief Justice Bingham.
merican Security and Trust Co. agt.
ch et al.: on trial. Parker agt. Rau
er: Jury disagree and are discharged.
il agt. Wilkins; order to pay clerk's
ts. U. S. use of Standard Oil Co. agt.
v Trust, Safe Deposit and Surety Co.;
)eal noted and bond fixed at $100, or in
i a deposit of $50. Deahl agt. Houghton;
ault and inquisition ordered.
'ircuit Court No. 2-Justice Clabaugh.
oling agt. Capital Traction Co.; on trial.
riminal Court No. 1-Justke Anderson.
. S. agt. Charles Rogers; housebreaking
I larcenv: defendant withdraws plea not
ltv and pleads guilty; sentence West
ginia penitentiary for four years. U.
a9t. Thomas Green and Jame* Tillman;
isebreaking: sentence jail onFlyear. U.
agt. same; housebreaking; sentence sus
riminal Court No. 2-JusUce Oarnard.
i re will of Benj. H. Duvall; on hearing.
Probate Court-Justice Barhard.
state of Ferdinand LoeWenstein; order
pay judgment and allowance of counsel
s and order of publication. :Estate of
ernon S. White; will fully proved. Es
e of Isabella L. Noursel answer filed.
ate of Chas. M. Connell; account passed,
re Marion H. Park.r; do. In re Arthur
mersley; do. Estate of Frans M. Jen
s; do. In re Mary A. Garney, do. Es
e of James McFee; proof of publication.
ate of Lottie E. Simms; letters of ad
fistration granted to Jerinie R. Stafford;
d $900. Estate of Rhuta Louise BeTija
1; will fully proved. Estate of Appo
la Stuntz; order dismissiig caveat of
thony Koch. Estate of W. Trankler;
entory filed. Estate of Charles'J. Wat
; do. Estate of Mary M. Kuhn; will
ed November 12, 1902, filed. Estate of
vid C. Bell; petition for- probate of will
d. Estate of Charles Porter; will ad
ted to probate and letters testamentary
,nted to Carrie E. Porter; bond, $500.
ERISTIAN ENDEAVOR RALLY.
mning Session This Afternoon at Cal
Lry Baptist Sunday School House.
he Christian Endeavor rally, which
mises to be the most important meeting
that society in Washington since the big
ernational convention held here several
ra ago, began this afternoon at 3 o'clock
he Sunday school house of Calvary Bap
Church. The four officers of the United
iety-Rev. Dr. Francis E. Clark, presi
it; Rev. Clarence E. Eberman, field sec
sry; Mr. William Shaw, treasurer, and
George B. Graff, publication agent
an informal reception previous to the
eting and were greeted by a large num
of local clergymen and members of the
trict Endeavor Society.
he conference with the local pastors,
ducted by Dr. Clark, was taken up
rrtly after 3 o'clock, and will continue
il about 5 o'clock. Mr. Ebermnan will
duct a conference on union work, begin
g at 4:13 O'clock, and Mr. Shaw will
re charge, of the conference on local so
ty work at 4:45 o'clock. These confer
es will bc followed at 5:15 by an address
"Tools for Toilers,' delivered by Mr.
here will be a social half hour, followed
a Christian Endeavor tea party, and an
er-dinner address by Mr. Shaw on
'orld-wide Endeavor." The big mass
eting will begin at 7:45, and will include
iresses by Mr. Eberman on "Christian
deavor at Home," and by Dr. Clark on
bristian Endeavor Abroad."
'he four officers of the United Society ar
ed in Washington this morning and were
t at the Pennsylvania depot by the offi
s of the District Christian Endeavor
ion and a committee of pastors consist
of the Rev. M. Ross Fishburn of Mount
asant Congregational Church, chairman;
Rev. Cornelius C. Coleman of West
tshington Baptist Church, the Revs. E.
Bagby of Ninth Street Christian Church,
idley D. Clark of the Friends' Congrega
ri, Stanley Billheimer of Georgetown Lu
ran Church. J. H. Straughn of Mount
oor Methodist Protestant Church. J. Rus
I Verbrycke of Gurley Presbyterian
urch and 0. W. Burtner of Memorial
ited Brethren Church.
Diated Weights and Measures Law.
Frank Robertson, who conducts a prod
intand in the Center marketpwas comn
ted in the Police Court ttodar for violat
the weights and measures law. Judge
ndy imposed a fine of $150; which was
he court was told thatM he defendant
I a set of scales on his stazd .at the mar
recently that did not ^efit uto the
You can worry for monLls about
ur weak child and ncit suicceed in
ing it a fraction of ifie good that
mnes from little daily Roses of
The cure of child, weakness is not
a matter of a day but of steady
Children like Scott's Emulsion
d thrive on it.
Perfectly harmless yet powerful
- end for Pree SamplE.
IT & DOnwum Chmists4. -e&i.. . N. T
-eOpen a Sayings Ac.
count a n d
*" y o u r sav
- 'T ings will
m:jI rapidly and
ly at the rate of 3%.
Home Savings Bank,
Cor. Seventh and L Streets.
The plan of the Equi
table has never been
changed during the 23
years of the associa
It demonstrated itself right and
equitable from the start. Years
have only strengthened that con
viction. The Equitable is con
ducted on a plan that gives its
shareholders every advantage
within the confines of conserva
Its statistics are convincing ar
guments for every one who wishes
to accumulate money-to save it
by means of the Equitable.
Shares are $2.50 a month and draw in
terest at 4%. Shares may be withdrawn
on due notice. Money -may be borrowed
1003 F St. Bi ''
JOHN JOY EDSON, President.
de3-50d FRANK P. REESIDE. Secretary.
Year After Year.
The record office will show you
what vast amounts of money we loan
on real estate during the course of a
year. It will also show you that
many of the largest operators in the
Distri ct have been doing their loans
business exclusively with us for many
years pant. It io scarcely necessary
to comment on this fact. It speak*
B. H. WARNER Co.,
916 F Street N.W.
1408 N. Y. Ave., Bond Bdg.
The newspapers have editorially
taken up the warning cry against
fires-suggesting precautions to be
taken in order to lessen risks.
But the first nove of all is to cover
your property by fire insurance.
That won't protect you from fire, but
it will protect you from loss.
Consult us about fire insurance. We're
writin a great many policies, because we
ma e t a grint to study the needs of the
in sred, an people have confidence in our
Who owns Diamonds, Watches, Jew
elry or Household Goods
In storage Large
or small sm 9
loaned for short or
long periods at........
-Private offies in an of"e building.
* 9th and Pa. Ave.
H orning,Central Bldg.,
Do You Trade in Stocks,
I .Grain or Cotton ?
Ifs.we offer our services, as brokers, for either
cash or marginal transactions.
Purchasing upon extremely moderate margin.
stocks in multiples of 10 shares upwards; grain
in lois of 1.000 bushels upwards; cotton in lots
of 100. hales sivwards. Every convenience at any
and all of our offices for the prompt and effBcient
handling of orders.
~,g loI-bntd oillustrated 'GUIDE TO I
ETR"and our "DAILY MARKET LIT
Advantageous to investor and speculator alike.
Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Cotton.
1428 F STr. N.W.,* WASHINGTON.
'PHONE 2233 MAIN.
'Determining the character and financial respon
aility of your Broker is as important as the se
Loan & Tru~st Co.,
OFFICE, COR. 9TH AND V SiTS.
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $1,000.000.
-- Imans in any amount made on approved real
- retate or collateral at reasoi.able rates.
-- Interest paid upon deposits on monthly bal
-- ances arbject to check.
-- This company acts as executot. adlhinistra
-- tor. trustee, agent, treasurer, registrar and
--- in all other fiduciary capacities.
-- Bozes for rent in burglar and fireproof
-- vaults for safe deposit and storage of valn
-- able packages.
-- Real Estate Department is prepared to as
-- anume the management of your real estate,
-- Carefuol attention given to all details.
JOHN JOY EDSON...................President
JOHN A. SWOPE................Vice President
ELLIS SPEAR.............econd Vice President
BRICE J. MOSES.............Assistant Treasurer
THOMAS BRADLEY.....,.....Real Estate Officer
Vermihlye & Co
NAEBAU AND PINE WrS., NEW YORK.
201 LAST GEMAN ST.. RALI?PIMORE.
18 CONGREUS ifTREET. BOETON.
U. S. GOVERNMENT BONDS
I.Wa ON Ba.Awnm su3s0T
TO DRAFT A? G32.
PRIVATR WIR TO 10 WON.
Beaumont and Orange, Texas.
Par Value 01
NUMBER OF SHARE STU IN THE TEASUR
MENTIONED IS C
This company is the result of the successfully
tion Osmpany, and at the completion of the anal
all the assets of said Forward Reduction Company
Thi" reorganization is effected and the debts
Oil Producing Company, as well as the encumbrar
three hundred thousand shares of its capital stc
named :n the Treasury as a working capital and
The business of the company is divided Into t
1. The Oil Prodi
The headquarters for this part of the business
tracts within the proven district on Spindletop I
others are being sunk. The tract Is large enough
large wells. Ol does not now gush from the we
the volume that seems to have diminished. There
surface. At present prties-and the prices are I
OF FROM SIXTEEN TO TWEINTY-FIVE CES
culate on a production of from one thousand to
long period of years. We will assume for the pt
one thousand barrels a day-and the lowest price
wlls-.hirty. We will have then a profit of $
in ill. These wells flow nights, days and Sunda
1 E basis 11 i a ye ro o ,7,
THE TOTAL CAPITAL STC F THE COMPA'
margin for all expenses above the sixteen cents
more likely to increase than to diminish. The ni
and the flow per day Is likely to be two thouand
average ife of an oil field is twenty-five years.
ducing business and we counted on that for ten
the stock a handsome investment at par.
As a matter of fact, however, we have large I
Hill. We have the mineral rights on seven thousa
live hundred acres on Sabine Lake and Sabine Riv
acres near Jennings in Louisiana and two thousani
Sabine River. All of these tracts have been selec
oil indications upon them. On Taylor's Bdyou oil
broke, and before it could be repaired the well hi
suspended. We shall resume work at or near tb
tionsof fliding a new field here. The indications
are also the best of Indications on the tract In Lo
We are, therefore, likely to discover oil elsewh
2. The Refinli
This will be situated at Orange, Texas. Orani
Texas, and Jennings, Louisiana, the two extremes
ent developed. It is situated on .tide-water. wi
and water. Around and adjacent to the refinery
mentioned. A considerable part of. this is likely
of it is valuable for its splendid eight miles of 1
Counting as a part of the refinery the out-bul
completed. It will take about- six months to finis
The company is the owner of the Forward and Da
perfected is the best process yet discovered for re
Oil refining has for the last quarter of a cent
The profit in refining these heavy oils for which o
than $2 a barrel, or $5,000 a day. Counting the
we have a total profit from the refinet of $1,50W,
CAPITAIZATION OF THE COMPANY. The cap
much more than twenty-five hundred barrels a d,
days in the year, and the proft is pretty sure
quite conservative. The life of the refinery will
but of the whole vast district of Southeastern T
last as an oil producing district longer than any
The (ompany will have abundant capital and
A LIMITED AMOUNT OF THE STOCK IS F(
MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO THE ORDER OF
AND SEND THEM TO 27 WILLIAM STREET,
-if deposited GeoDIR H ares,
savings IG. K imball,
-in a savings i J"Lambert.
-account.. 31. Lothrop,
-account. J. n Raston'
-SavngsdepoitsJohn B. Sleman, Jr.,
--Saving!,s deposits. ?*H.BSmithmn,
F. qu.e Smith
-received in sums E. N mths,
g ~,.Simon Wolf,
-of $ and up. s. W. Woodward.
Ull '(Olll BANK,
Bond Bldg., 14th &N.Y. Av.
AN ANNUITY ISSUED BY
The Mutual Life Insurance
Company of New York,
Richard A. McOmrdy. President,
Gnarantees a fixed income for life, which income
is protected by over three hundred and fifty-two
millions of assets, which have accumulated La a
successful besiness experience of Afty-nine years.
For particulars address
THOMAS P. MORGAN,
Manager for District of Columbia.
No. 1885 F at. n.w.,
Second story, front room, Telephone, MaIn 1156,
The National Safe Deposit,
Savings and Trust
CORNER 15TH ST. AND NEW YORK AYE.
Capital: One flillion Dollars
Pays interest on depositS.
Rents safes inside Burglar-proof Vaults.
Acts as Auministrator, Executor. Trustee. Ae.
tion of Gieorgetown
1325 32d Street,
Buys a Paid-Up Share,
paying 4% interest from date of de
Invest your idlepey
Deposits sublnec call
GEO. W. KING, Treas.
T.BARTON MILLER, Sec y.
The American Building
and Loan Association,
Phone 2026. 0107 street. 0 a.m. to 5 p.m.
5Interest Paid on
LOANS MADE ON WASHINGTON REAL !BATE.
senOSm.2O W. I. VEIZZULL Secretary.
-W. B. Hlibbs & Co.,
BANKES Al(D BROKERU,
1419 F Str4et.
- NEW 1ogt STOCK EECHANGS.
MEMrnES AB.iBiNGON STOCK EHANGE,
l4~IOAED OARp OF TRADE.
-un$ isere m s eal esati Ia the
District al '"'Ia WW!C MUS'
11ii IGsU A McLeran.
27 William Street, New York.
K = = $5,000,000.
r AFUT THE RIORGANIZATION HEREINAE
accomplished reorganisation at the Forward Reduc
details of such reorgani=ston will be the owner of
including the Forward and Davidson patents and
of the Forward Reduction ompany and the Forward
tces upon 1Il its property, paid with the proceeds of
Ick, leaving the two hundred tLousand shares above
for its future operations.
a re at Beaumont. 'Txss. The company has two
4il1 on which fe- lary% wells are now flowing, and
to allow comfortably o something more than thirty
Is on Spindletop. but It is the pressure only and not
to plenty of oil, only It requires to be pumped to the
prOving steadily-THERE 8 A CLEAN ET PROFIT
&BARRELL ON SUCH PRODUCTION. We can cal
five thousand barrels a day from each well for a
irpose of c kulation the lowest production per well
-sixteen cetts a barrel-and the smallest number of
a) a day from each of thirty wells, or $4,800 a day
yo, three hundred sity-five days In the year, and on
or a DIVIDEND OF TH IRTY-FIVE PER CENT UPON
CY. This is calculated net for there is abundant
i barrel counted as the pret. This profit in much
amber of wells i likely be nearer forty than thirty
barrels, 'nstead of one thousand, as counted. The
If, however, we had nothing except our oil pro
rears, instead of twenty-five years, it would make
probable oil producing territory outside Spindletop
id acres at Taylor's Bayou and the fee on seventy
Fr south and west of Orange besides four hundred
I acres in Newton County, 'lexas, farther up the
ted with great care and special reference to the
was actually struck some time ago, but the pipe
Rd filled up with sand and further operations were
is well very soon, with the most sanguine expecta
on our 'and at Orange are equally good, and -there
i1slana and the tract In Newton County.
ire on our property faster than we exhaust it OR
ge is half-way in a straight line between Sour LAke.
of the Southwestern oil-bearing district as at pres
th the best of facilities for shipment both by rail
site are the seventy-five hundred acres of land above
to be exceedingly valuable for building lots, and all
Idings, equipment, macbinery, etc., It is about half
1 it. It In calculated to be of 2,500 barrels capa -ity.
vidson refining patents and process, which as now
lining the heavy crude oils of Texas and Louisiana.
ury been the most profitable of all kinds of business.
ar process is so peculiarly adapted, will be not less
refinery as running three hundred days in the ear
Dt*., or THIRTY PEEL MINT OIN THE ENAik
acity of the refnery is likely to be increased to
ty; we are likely to run more than three hundred
to exceed g2 a barrel, so that our calculation seems
be limited not to the life of any particular oil field,
exas and Southwestern Louisiana. which is likely to
stockholder of this company will live to enjoy his
a careful and conservative management.
)R SALE FOR A SHORT TIE AT $3.50 A SHARE.
rHE ORANGE OIL AND REFINING COMPANY
Another Reduction of Interest
Charged to Borrowers.
Being the fourth consecutive reduction during cWi
centse of business in twenty-one years, brought
about by the changing circumstances of time. Oa
all loans now being made we are only charging six
(0) per cent, and a uniform charg of $10.00 for ex
penses. These terms, in connection with the privi
lege of paring off or of reducing the loan at any
time, make our loans the cheapest and most eon
Our monthly statement for October of this year
showed: Assets, $2,858,80.39. Liabilities, $3,23,.
481.55. Surplus, $115,927.84.
All advances are secured by frat deed of trust
on desirably located rel estate, inside the Di.
trict of ColumMa. We make building loans a
charge interest only as the money is used, adI
on the whole advance until it is all taken. tho
saving considerable during the construction. In ad.
dition to the iaterest on the lean we require sh
payments on the advances a fsre convenient te
the member to pay in reduction of the debt.
We are paying a dividend of $10,000 or mere
every month as profits to members an their sub.
We pay 4 per cent per annum,
Payable quarterly. We take any amount from $Los
to 65,000 frem any one mm. Although we ian
require a notice for money to be withdrawn, ordi
narily we pay on demand. Active business so
counts are not dsired, but we allow' a member to
withdraw money once or twice monthly.
We cannot Impress too strongly on the citisens
of Washington the imnpor' ance of saving money,
to be ready for an emergency or for a more advan.
lageous Investment. And we regard the Perpetual
as the best medium yet ofered for saving money
and earning interest thereon, being the largest in.
stitution of the kind in the Diatrict, and the moat
OFFIOU, E06S 11TH UT.
ANDREW GLASS, Presideat.
JOHN COOK, Secretary. no13-tf -T4
317-319 4%z Street N. W.
Examines & Insures Titles
Judson T. Cull, Prest.,
Nath'1 Carusi, Vice Prest.,
George S. King, Sec'y,
,Samuel Cross, 'Trease
hesse H. Wilsea, John 0. Weedem.
oh h . Hinkel, Fek L. Sid.
Mason N. Richardsoa, O. Clinton James,
Vincent A. Sheehy, Harve T. WinnSM,
eed-tf Franeis H. Stephens.
Wgs L o a Wash'n it, Ls
pany, whbiceh tate C o m p any,
co*mpa"en*,, as "1321" F st. n.w.
i.anig,tget $ioo and $5o0 Gokd
Secured by FIRST MORTGAGE
NOTES on Washington City real
RIGGS NATIONAL BANK
OF WASHINGTON. D. 0.
. EXOHANGE ON
ENG LAND. IRELAND, FRANON AND GERM A N.
Letters of Credit
AVAILABLE IN ALL FOREIGN PARTU,
ORDERS FOR INVEUTIIENTU,
STOCKS AND BONDB.
MONEY TO LOAN
* ONi DUeIUZ EEAL TEU.,
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