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SPECIAL NOTICES. -
A MElrINGI WILL DR HEL) TUESDAY, JANU
ary , by the Jee Wagon Drivers and Helpers'
Ijcai No. 430. at 910 Pa. ave.. 7 o'clock p.M.
Election of olicers. Vishing. all members to
attend. BENJ. F. DE ATLEY. liee. Sec.
ja2-3t*
WE REG To ANNOUNCE THAT TRE FIRMS OF
John -L4 Edwards and Fred W. iteeves have
formed a copartnership for the purpose of trans
acting a general IReal Estate, Loan and Insarance
business, under the firm name of Edwards and
Bteeves. lncorporated. hwated at No. 614 13th st.
n.w. We wish to thank our friends and patrons
for the busin.'ss beretofore extended to us as
individuals and solicit a continuance of a share
of any Iminess In our line, which we guarantee
will be given ur perso-ial attention. and assuring
yusatisfaction.
yu EDWARDS & REEVES. Inc.,
jal-3t 614 18th n.w.
ANNOUNCEF3INT. JANUARY 1, 1903.
After this date I will be fully equipped in my
new oice and Lumber Yards at seventh and K
Pts. s.w.. with a full line of Building and Cab
inet Lumber.
'Phone3lain 326. GEORGE E. WALKER
jel-t*-6
Expert BLANK BOOK MakersI
-A perfectly eqnipped plant.
-The largest of its kind
-in tb.' city. F'mallest prices.
3. F. PItICE & CO.. 1148-16 Est. 'Phone M. 1804.
jal-tf-8
| PAINT BRUSH FREE.
IT IS GOLD ENAMEL
That's used on wood, metal, wicker. china.
clay. plaster and marble to make them beau
tiful-it looas and wears like gol20C.
leaf Price...................... -
Prepared Paints, all ahades.............. 15c.
Hodgkin's Paint Depot, .
jal-14d
-Blank Books,
-Calendars,
-Diaries
-for MCMIII.
-A stock that's equal to every demand for the
best. Fairest prices on everything.
Wm. H. Rupp, 42oneh St.
ja1-14d
Owen Makes the Finest
FULL DRESS and
TUXEDO SUITS.
Faultless In fabric, fit and fashion.
OWEN, Tailor, 423 1Ith St.
jal-10d
1903
Brings many a need for new printed
matter. It ought to be among your
"resolutions" that you'll get the best
printing obtainable this year.
-That doesn't mean you pay a high
price if you come here
National Publishing Company,
E. E. RAPLEY. Mgr., W2 La. Ave.
no24-3m.13
l ~EUBB-the heavy, seamless kind
RUBBER~ and the best wearers made.
cal pr to MOTOR.
MITTENS. XFE . DO . STIIL RE
Holmes & Co., RUBI ER GOODS. 511 9th St. N.W.
sel-6m.6
MIDDAUGH & SHANNON'S
Down-town Offce,
802 F N.W.
So1-8t Telephone Main 3564.
"I NEVER DISAPPOINT."
Don't wait for a slow
printer. To get your work
when you need ityoushould
get It here.
BYRON S. ADAMS, PRINTER,
Telephone 930 Main. (jal-14d) 512 11th at.
-Economy and "The Best" Are
Synonymous Terms.
--- There's true economy and the greatest sat
- Isfaction in wearing garments of our make,
- because they're THE BEST.
- E'7Evening Suits and Dinner Coats.
E. H. Snyder& Co., Tailors,
1' CESSORS TO SNYDER& WOOD, 1111 PA. AV.
Jal-lod
"Shannon" Files
'In styles adapted to
every busineqa purpose.
"Schlicht" Indexes
-useful in every business.
Yawman & Erbe Mfg. Co.,
New Location, 614 12th Street.
ded-26t.14 Telephone Main 2965.
NOTICE!
Notice Is hereby given that the partnership here
tofore existing between George E. Hebbard and
John C. Wineman, doing business under the firm
name of Hebbard and Wineman, at Nos. 706 and
708 9th street northwest. Washington. D. C.. as
Merchant Tailors, has been disslved by mutual
consent. The said George E. Hebbard has purchased
the interest of the said John C. Wineman in said
partnership and will continue the tailoring busi
ness heretofore conducted by said partnership. All
accounts due said partnership are payable to said
George E. Hebbard.
Dated December 31, 1902. (Signed)
HEBIBARD & WINEMAN.
GEORtGE R. HEBBARD,
jal-St JOHN.CJ. WINEMAN.
Make a Resolution
To give all your stove repairing and plumbing
repairing for 1903 to us and you'll never regret it.
HUTCINSON & McCARTHY, 520 10th at.
jal-6d
Best Business Suit in the
City for $25.
If you understa nd the d!ff'erence in clothes you
will inspect St. Rtelli's superb line of $25 Business
- Suits and wonder why he doesn't charge more.
A lifetime of experience at the cutting table
makes him absolutely accurate as to fit.
Unimnpeachable Dress Suits, Tuxedos and Frock
Costs at moderate prices.
A. St. Relli. Late Cotter for G. Wardield Simpson,
. 606 THIRtTEENTH STREET.
deS0-tt.14
TilE BIEST WEATHER STRIP,
ic. Per Foot.
Elsinger's Lumber Yard,
2109 7TH ST. N.W.
Janetion of 9th at. and Brightwood are, cars.
Iaumlwr, Sash D~oors, Blints. Moldings and Hardi
Ware delivered in small or iar'ge quantities.
de29-tf.l10d
FIREMEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY,
Offie, cor. 7th at. and La. eve. nw.,
Washington. D). C., Decc. 27, 1902.
The annual election of directors for this com
pany will t.' held at the office on MONDAY.
J 3mr , 19103. Polls og.n from 11 a.m. to 12 m.
Afternoon and Evening
Wear for Men.
White Stirts. Silk Hose.
G1loyes, Silk Suspenders.
Lar4'e B-arfs. Frs k and Dress Vests.
TYSSOWSKI BROS.,
726 15th Street.
Ti Jo n .5ats Jaeger Goods.
A .Iti:FTI OIF TIlE STO'KHIO.ERS OF TiuE
4 . i i:al 'Tracti~ (tenjtoany for the election of
'.tar torill le. held at the offce of the com-.
t . 'nion P'assenger Station, on WEDNESDAY.
ti 14th day 'f January. 11903.
The.iols will be opened at 10 sin, and closed
a: 12! an. G. T. DUlNI.OP'.
President.
C31. I(OONE.. Sectart'. de27-15t*
t4'kCIAI. P'IANIO l!AltGAINS.
La'ft over from~ Nmas stock.
F: E tu Fi~li'T PIANO...............$fl.f0
Wi. KNAIIE & Ct)., SQUAtE.......... 60n.00
. All on easy pta -ments.
F*'E UI'IilHT PIANO. $143.v0 RPOT CASH.
Out:-of town trade soicett'Ed.
fr ttr.1n i. J. DiE MOLt. & CO.. 1231 (7 at. asw.
SilE WASliINCTON MIAIIKET COMPANY
STOCK il.D)EltS' MtEETliNG.
The' annual me-ting of the stockholders of the
1# -tideston Market Company wlill be held in the
e .*cof the comtpany, itu the 7th stret wing c01
&' 'tsr mna'ket, in the citv of Washington. Di. C..
at '2 r.inck noo~n en the FllRST MIONDAY. heing
. i I'iTlI dlay of January, 1993. for the eboiese
of t'rteen dlirectors t.o serve the enusning 7ea1
as uat on any other subject lithin the pow
er ' the corp..ratlun that may be brought before
I. : et ing.
FRANK G. WII.K~iNS. Secretary.
...egton. D. C., December 22. 1902. de22tojs
C Ai . t friCE ;for ilecnstwer 31 to January 2).
Ax. to~ ite,. all sases. In limited quuntittes. Spint
itr r t.en grates andl ranges). SI). Hickory wood
(r Para'd .ans) $1 per cord.
1'A's-if V. itAiJbWIN JOHNNON.
MF EUR IMMM03 CilURNON COEUB RNG
SPECIAL NOTICES.
THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE CAPITAL
STOCK - OF
THE COLUMBIA TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY
Of the District of Columbia -
Is $1E,0.0 fully paid, and that there are no debts.
W. E. EDMONSTON, President.
J. D. COUGHLAN
FRANK T. RAW LNGS,
HENRY K. WILLARD,
J. S. SWORIMS'EDT
BRAINARD H. WARIER,
ALLEN C. CLARK,
WALTER I. WILCOX,
MYRON M. PARKER.
I hereby certify that the above statement is true
to the best of my knowledge and belief.
GEORGE G. McELWEE, Secretary.
Subesribed and sworn to beforP me this Second
day of January. 1903. H. GLENN PHELPS.
(Notarial seal.) (t0 Notary Public, D. C.
THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE CAPITAL
STOCK OF
THE REAL ESTATE TITLE INSURANCE COM
PANY of the District of Columbia
Is $200,001', fully Dald and that there are no debts.
W. A. EDMONSTON,-President.
JAMES J. BECKER,
DAVID MOORE,
WM. J. FLATHER.
GEORGE HOWARD.
WILLIAM D. HOOVER,
WARD THORON,
GEO. W. BROWN.
- JOHN TAYLOR ARMS,
C. B. RHEEM,
LEON TOBRINER.
CHARLES J. BELL.
W. RILEY DEEBLE,.
CHAS. P. STONE.
I hereby certify that the above statement is tfte
to the best of my knowledge and belief.
GEORGE G. McELWEE, Secretary.
Subesribed and sworn to before me this Second
day of January. 1908. H. GLENN PHELPS.
(Notarial seal.) (it) Notary Pu'oic, D. C.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE .GEN
eral annual meeting of the stockholders' of the
Standard Butterine Company of Langdon, District
of Columbia, e corporation created .under the
laws of the state of West Virginia, wil* be held
at Hotel Connor. Harper's Ferry, state of West
Virginia, on SATURDAY. the 17th day of Jan
uary, A. D. 1903, at one (1) o'clock p.m., for the
purpose of electing a board of directors, adopting
by-laws and transacting any other business which
may be done by the said stockholders in general
or annual meeting.
By order of the Board of Directors.
G. LLOYD MAGRUDER, President.
WILTON J. LAMIBERT. Secretary. ja2.9,16
COAL! COAL! COAL!
I have 600 tons of anthracite coal which I will
deliver at the following prices as long as it
lasts: Whole ton, $12: half ton. $6.25; quarter
ton. $3.150. V. BALDWIN JOHNSON, 1101 R. .
ave. 'Phone Main 1881. ja2-St
GATCHEL
TUXEDO AND DRESS SUIT EXPERT.
FIT OR NO PAY.
604 13th St.
ja2-8d
Illustrating--Engraving
-Original drawings submitted by
competent artists.
-Interior and exterior views taken
by experienced photographer.
-Photos retouched.
--Call-drop postal-or 'phone.
Joyce Engraving Co., sTA.
del6-3m.14
Economize on Blank Books
-Stop paying exorbitant prices for Blank Books
-come $o Hodges and get them made to order at
-factory cost.
HODGES' BOOKBINDERY,420-22 11th. Next Star.
ja2-6d
$35 Overcoats, $25
-made to order in the latest styles.
Suits to Order, $20& $22.50
-our regular $25 and $30 Suits-special for
one week. Fit guaranteed.
The S. Barnhartt Tailoring Co.,
ja2-14d 528 TWELFVH STREET.
ALL WE ASK
-Is the opportunity to "STOP THE LEAKS" in
-your roofs for 1903. 20 years at it. Ought to
-know how!
Grafton&Son, "R ing pert,"
J&2-6d s~~ssa 714 9thgat 'Phone 760.
ja2-6~d
JUDD & DETWEILER
-PRINTERS of
-artistic booklets
-folders and calendars.
420-22 11TH ST. NEXT TO STAR.
ja2-10d
NORFOLK AND WASHINGTON STEAMBOAT CO.
SPECIAL NOTICE.
Te regular quarterly dividend of this company
will be paid to all stockholders of record JANU
ARY 15, 103, at the oMee of the company. foot
of Seventh street. Washington. D. 0. Transfer
books will be closed January 5 to 15, Inclusive.
' LEVI WOODBURY, President.
ODELL S. SMITH, Secy. and Treas. ja3-St
THE ANNUAL ELECTION OF SEVEN TRUSTEES
for the ensuing year by the stockholders of the
Washington Brick Company .will be held at the
office of the company, rooms 4 and 5. No. 1420
New York ave. n.w.. Washington. D. C.. on
MONDAY. Januarp 12, 1903. Poll, open from
12 noon to 1 o'clock p.m., in pursuance of the
by-laws of said company.
THE WASHINGTON BRICK CO.
By T. L. HOLBROOK, Prest. and Gen. Mgr.
del7.ja2&10-3t
December 24, 1902.
The annual meeting of the stockholders of the
Atlantic Building Company, 928 and 930 F street
n.w., Washington, D. C., will be held at the office
of Francis L. Smith, 123 South Royal street. Alex
andria, Virginia, at 10:30 a.m. THURSDAY,
JANUARY 15, 1908, for the purpose of electing
oflicers and directors for the next ensuing year.
and for sch other purposes as may come before
the meeting. MYRON M. PARKER, President.
de26,ja2&9-3t
DTDEX TO ADVEETISEMENTS.
ACCOUNTANTS......................... .Page 14
APARTMENTS TO LET............. 4.....Page 14
AMUSEMENTS. ...........................Page 16
A'TORNEYI..............................Page 15
AUCTION SAES.........................Page 18
BOARDING ...............................Page 14
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES............Page 14
CITY ITEMS.............................Page 16
DEATHS................................Page 5
DENTISTRY.............................Page 14
DOGS, CATS, ETC......................Page 15
EDUCATIONAL..........................Page 15
ENGINERING...........................Page 15
EXCURSIONS........................ Page 16
FALL AND) WINTER RESORTS...........Page 15
iINANCIAL..............................Page 8
FOREIGN POSTAL SERiVICE..............Page 15
FOR EX(IIANGE.......................Page 15
FOiR RENT (Halls)......................Page 14
FOR RENT (Houses)....................Page 14
FOR RENT (Offiees).....................Page 14
FlORt RENT (Rooms).....................Page 14
FOR RLENT (Stores).....................Page 14
FOR SALE (Houses)....................Page 15
FOR SALE (Lots).......................Page 15
FOR SALE (Miscellaneous)...............Page 14
FUNERAL DIRECTORS................Page 5
GEORtU.fOWN REAL ESTATE............Page 15
HORSES AND VEHICLES.~...............Page 14
LADIES' GOODS.........................Page 14
LEGAL NOTICES.......................Page 14
LOAN COMPANIES.......................Page 15
LOCAL MENTION.......................Page 10
LOST AND FOUND.....................Page 14
MlARRtIED...............................Page 5
MEDICAL-.............................Page 15
MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN...Page 14
OCEAN TRAVEL--.......................Page 15
OFFICIAL NOTICES.....................Page 14
PALMISTRY.............................Page 15
PERiSONA L....... ......................Page 14
PIANOS AND ORGANS..................Page 9
POTOMAC IiIVERL BOATS...............Page 14
PROPOSALS.............................Page 14
RAILROADS...........................Page 18
1R001S AtND BOARD...................Page 14
SPECIAL NOTICES......................Page 8
Si'IRAN PROPElITY.................Page 14
WANTED (Apartments)..................Page 14
WANTED (Help)........................Page 14
WANT'ED (Houses)......................Page 14
WANTED (Misceellaneous)................Page 14
WANTED tRooms).......................Page 14
WANTED (Situations)...................Page 14
Holiday Entertainment at Langdon.
The Langdon M. E. Sunday school held
its usual holiday elebration at the church
Wednesday evening. pecember 31, present
ing a cantata entitled "The Old-Fashioned
Santa Claus." Mr. R. Bland Phelps imper
sonated Santa Claus. while Mr. Grant W.
Sexton took the part of Jack Frost and
Miss Susie A. Warren was Annabelle. The
brIght fairies were: Misses Susie Harvey.
Genev'a Mattingly. Bessle Haskell antd Bes
sie' Gouchenour; the bootblacks were Mas
ters Frank Mattingly, Arthur Kause and
Max Haskell; the jolly elves were 'Mastera
Roy Sexton. Iharold Gouchenour, Ralph An
drews and Sterling.March; the flower girls
I ere Gay Godfrey and Gertrude Brauner.
Miss Selma IKause and Miss Ethel Tucker
Jtobert Phelps was Sammy Slim and Rob
ert 1Cauwe, was Silas Stout.
The entertainment was a complete a~io
cess and Was wItnessed by a large audience.
Fifty-eight lives was. lest. in 4tb recent
Ore In a eoal mine at Bachmut, Yksatorino
slav pr~nee, Russia.- Eleven-, mew were
eaicued q~trhaving been stal. 3euts )le
th~bunea hims
STAR'S HALF UENTUMY
ITS GOLDEN ANNIVIUnaltY.
The Star One of the Most Valuable of
Newspapet Properties.
From Printers' Ink.
On December 16 the Washington Star
completed its fiftieth year of continuous
publication, and marked the event with a
special issue of 114 pages, which included a
handsome magazine supplement in coloro
type cover. This large edition was printed
on heavy paper, and was evidently pre
pared with a view to its preservation by
many of The Star's readers. History, rec
ollections, a facsimile of the first number,
old plates and portraits, papers by .the vari
ous members of the staff, with other matter
pertaining to the city of Washington and
The Star's half century of existence, made
this special issue exceedingly Interesting to
the general reader, and its interest for resi
dents of the capital must have been four
fold.k
The Star was established in 1852, the ini
tial number appearing on December 16,
after a small trial edition had been put out
a week before. Its founder was Joseph B.
Tate, a printer who aspired to be an editor,
and who believed that the times were fa
vorable to a newspaper that would be less
involved in. political cabals than the jour
nals peculiar to tlhe first. half of the last
century. . The start was made in a small
way. One of the paper's first composing
room apprentices was Stuart Robson, the
comedian. After two years Mr. Tate be
cametired of his effort to build up a suc
cessful daily with inadequate capital, and
sold the little four-page sheet outright to
W. D. Wallach and W. H. Hope. The lat
ter withdrew a year later, leaving the paper
in the sole possession of Mr. Wallach, who
gradually abolished the stories, poems and
miscellany that had formed half its con
tents, replacing them with news, built up
the circulation and soon made it a thor
oughly substantial property. In 1867 it
was again sold for $100,000 to Crosby S.
Noyes, Samuel H. Kauffmann, George W.
Adams, Alexander R. Shepherd and Clar
ence B. Baker, and the Evening Star News
paper Company was incorporated. In 1860
Mr. Baker withdrew, and Mr. Shepherd's
stock was bought by the remaining part
ners in 1874. Mr. Adams subsequently died,
and his intereit is now held by the execu
tor of his estate. Mr. Kauffmann is pres
ident of the company and Mr. Noyes is
editor-in-chief. Together with their sons
they have put The Star upon so sound a
footing that it is now one of the most val
uable newspaper properties in the United
States. Housed in its own building on
Pennsylvania avenue, after the usual wan
dering from home to home incident to the
growth of a publication, it has been said
that there are not on the American conti
nent so many as twelve daily newspapers
whose net earnings will compare with those
of the Washington Star. A prominent ad
vertiser recently said that, given his choice
of all the things in the world, he would ask
for the ownership of either the New York
Herald, Baltimore Sun or Washington Star.
Besides its standing as a "gold mark" daily
in the American Newspaper Directory The
Star has always been represented by figure
ratings and its books are perpetually open
to investigators. Its publishers boast that
"practically everybody in Washington with
intelligence enough to read a newspaper or
money enough to buy advertised goods is a
reader of The Star." Some years ago a
house-to-house canvass of the whole city
was made, with the result that the paper
was found to reach ninety-six per cent of
the houses occupied by the white popula
tion of the capital. A more recent canvass
of four different sections of the city showed
that the paper still holds -relatively the
same position revealed by the larger can
vass.
RAIN AND WARMER TONIGHT.
Saturday Rain, Followed by Fair Later
in the Day. .
Forecast till 8 p.m. Saturday: For the
District df Columbia, Maryland and Vir
ginia, rain. and warmer tonight. Saturday,
rain, followed by fair in the afternoon or at
night; fresh eaht to southeast winds, be
coming brisk.
Weather conditions and general forecast
The disturbance central Thursday morning
in eastern Texas has advanced slowly to
the lower Mississippi valley, increasing
somewhat in intensity. The rain area at
tending this storm 'has spread northward
and eastward, its northern front extending
from southern Virginia westward to east
ern Nebraska.
The weather has cleared on the Pacific
coast, except locally in western Oregon and
western Washington, where a fresh dis
turbance appears to be developing. The
weather in the northern part of the coun
try has been fair, with moderate tempera
tures.
The Mississippi valley storm will move
northeastward during the day, and the rain
area will extend well into New England by
Saturday morning and spread eastward to
Atlantic coast districts. There will also be
rain in the lake region tonight, probably
turning into snow Saturday. The weather
will clear Saturday in the lower Ohio valley
and east gulf states.
It will be warmer tonight in the middle
Atlantic states and the lower lake region,
and warmer Saturday in the eastern por
tion of the middle Atlantic states. It will
be colder Saturday in the lower MissIssippi
valley and east gulf states.
Fresh east to southeast winds will prevail
along the middle and south Atlantic coasts,
increasing in force tonight from Virginia
southward. On the east gulf coast the
winds will shift to southwesterly and west
erly tonight.
Storm warnings are displayed on the Pa
cific coast at the mouth of the Columbia
river and on the Straits of Juan de Fuca
and Bellinghamn bay.
Steamers departing today for European
ports will have light westerly winds and
fair weather to the Grand Banks.
The [ollowing heavy precipitation (in
inches) as been reported during the past
twenty-four hourst Cairo, 1.16; Memphis,
1.34; Vicksburg, 1.84; Meridian, 1.30; Mo
bile, 1.24; 'Montgomery, 1.08.
Records for Twenty-Pour Hours.
The following were the reaadngs of the
thermometer and barometer at the weather
bureau for the twenty-four hours beginning
at 2 p.m. yesterday:
Thermometer-January 1, 4 p.m., 45; 8
p.m., 85; 12 midnight, 28. January 2, 4
a.m.. 27; 8 a.m., 30; 12 noon, 38; 2 p.m., 38.
Maximum, 461, at 3 p.m., January 1; mini
mum. 27,- at 4 a.m., January 2.
Barometer-January 1, 4 p.m., 80.30; 8
p.m., 810.31; 12 midnight, 80.31. January 2,
4 a.m., 30.31; 8 a.mn., 30.31; noon, 30.24; 2
p.m., 30.15.
Minimum Temperatures.
The following is the minimum tempera
ture in the twenty-four hours ending at 8
a.m. January 2 in the cities named, as re
ported to the weatherbue:
Eastport, Me....24Chcgl .
Boston. Mass... St8 ois23 8
New York. N. Y..28 Oaa 'e....2
Philadelphia, Pa..28 atlaeCi .2
Atlantic City, N. J.. . 28DevrCo....4
Washington, D. C.. 22ElPo,'r li
Lynchburg. ya....... 24 un.Az....E
Jacksonville. Fla.... 52 Soae ah
Mobile, Ala.........52 Prln.Oe. 4
New Orleans, La.... 54 Cro iy e.. ~
Gulveston, T1ex...42 SnFac~.,Cl.4
Chattanooga. Tenn... 36 sAgeeal..4
Cininnti Oho.4 Cnhicago.........42
Conitonoft aert....2
TepeatureandDcnitinr, water.... at4
a~m. GretFals, E Patur, 34ex......
tion 31 Dalcaria rseroir Arem.........e8
diton tsuthconectornd3. Gore...n4
ditin atinflent arosn 23;y con....i2n
at efluetgaeho s an9 Frasngon City4
reevorTemperature, condition ae at in
33n 1; condition at thlcontio, 3;con
higtide, at:south contin 1036).mGoretw
TostrunreserLowid, temperature an; con
peservoigh tieperature 34acndit1:on pt m.
T ideu ableo.
Today-Sun rise, 4:35 a.mn. ansts 4:4 .
Moon t, :37 .m. ad1:0pm
Tornorrow-Lun rie, 7:28 a.mn.ad51
~m.; h he 10:5y aig..d1:7pm
TecTihtsu and nahtaon. s l
lightedSun thrtyeminutes after sun set;, e:45
Tomorrohwg-beun onese ur, efoe:23is.
All arc and incandescent lamps lighted fif
teen minutes after sunset and extinguished
forty-five .minutes before sunrise.
Endowiment for Shurtleff College.
tIPPNR AIJ1ON, Is., Jainuary2.--An
'endogement of $5,000 for 'Shurtleg College
has beeni 'completed. .John D. Rtockefeller
gava e sa,0 of the ==e.
A WeeARof on Tow
rw's ig t.
TO tell In detail oftal- the-good thing in
the big literary supplgment of The Satur
day Star this week 4o0 &k up alto
gether too much space. The -"owing par
tial list, however, will giye i fairly good
idea of -the treat that is in store for read
era of The Star tomorrow:
BELGIAN COAL MINMSM strated).
Frank Carpenter writes eutertalningly of
' the "Alack CountrY," wJe much of
the labor is performed bf'Women. He
tells how they live ant WVk and what
they are able to earn.
"NUMBER 36,31W (1ll strAed
This is a remarkable sliort story written
for The Star exd"i*ei -by John E.
Wilkie, chief of the -4cret service. It
may be true or it may be fiction, but
it is well worth reading.
MIDWINTER FASHIONS (Illustrated).
The best of the early season styles are
retained, says The Star's New York
correspondent, who always writes enter
taining.y on subjects t)iat interest wo
men.
YACHTING ON THE ICF (Illustrated).
An exciting form of winter sport that is
at its best now, W the frozen waters
4of the Shrewsbury river. It is lots of
fun and has .more .than a suspicion of
danger about It.
LIFE-SAVING TALES (Illustrated).
Thrilling descriptions . of, daring deeds
amid snow and howling gales while bat
tling for human life.
PARIS FASHIONS (Illustrated).
It has been so unusually cold at the
French capital that the 'thoughts of
women are just now taken up with the
subject of furs and heavy outdoor
wraDs.
THE ROYAL MARRIAGE (Illustrated).
A charming story by Frances Gibble, the
heroine of which Is a beautiful princess
with a will and a heart of her own.
JANUARY SKIES (Illustrated).
Al about the stars and constellations
that are above the horizon this month;
timely facts for amateur astronomers.
THE SEVEN SECRETS (Illustrated).
The ninth Installment of Wm. LeQueux's
fascinating serial.
PAULINE PRY IN PARIS.
That clever writer with a sharp pen" find
the French town a paradise for climb
ers and tells how American women
should go about it to get a good start
up the social ladder,
CHOOSING HIS MEN.
How Andrew Carnegi elects his lieu
tenants; characteristiga Ahqik the great
ironmaster values particularky.
ANENT MATINEE IDOE.-;
The Star's well-informd Nej York cor
respondent touches an this and on a
number of other timely and interesting
topics.
RAL ES'TATE TRANSFER.
Alley between L and X, 18th and 19th
streets northwest-Willia'* L.. ning et
ux. to Finnella M. Alexander, *t 72, square
140; $10.
Fourteenth street northwest,.between W
street and Florida avenue-Aexander L.
Satterwhite to Anne E. EIenggey, lot 122,
square 234; $30.
Sixth street southest between A and B
streets-Rose B.. McIg to -John McC.
Hicks, part lot 13, square 870: $10., '
Seventh street southeast between L and
M streets-Mason N. 'Richardson et al.,
trustees, to Jamep A. Clarkk part square
907; $640.
New Hampshire avenue .and Q street
northwest-Louis W. Richardson to Brain
ard H. Warner and Louis D. Wine, lots 1,
2, 3, and 66, square 134; $100.
W street northwest between 11th and 12th
streets-William McK. Clayion, trustee, to
Charles H. Mortis, part lots 17 and 18,
square 303; $750.
Ninth and H streets northiwest-T. Con
rad Dodge to Brainard H. Warner, lots 13,
14, 15, square 404; $10.
New Hampshire avenue northwest be
tween M and N streets-Same to same,
part original lot 1, square 70; $10.
W street northwest between 11th and 12th
streets-William McK. Clayton, trustee, to
Charles H. Morris, part lots 17 and 18,
square 303; $750.
No. 404 9th street northeast-William M.
Smith to Annie Reijiy, los .M, square south
of 915; $10.
New Jersey avenue southeast between MI
and N streets--James Ii. Tobin to John
Warner, part lot B, square 748; $10.
Tenth street northwest betweeni P and Q
streetsT. Fred Kelley to William F. Scott,
lot 92, square 365; $10.
Maryland avenue northeast between 7th
and 812h streets-Wmn. E. Jones to Blanche
R. Flemer, part square south of square
893; $10.
THE COUETS.
Circuit Court No. 1-Chief Justice Bingham.
Daish agt. District of Columbia; case
ordered on calendar for January term. Mil1
ber agt. Russell; motion ~for judgment
granted. Wills agt. Atchison; time to file
transcript extended to Jan-uary 31.
Circuit Court No. 2-Justice Clabaugh.
Tubman agt. Baltimore -and -Ohio Rail
road Company; judgment in conformity with~
mandate of Court of Appeals, and order to
refund to W. A. Meloy, attorney, deposit
made in lieui of bond.
Probate Court-Justice Barnard.
In re Olive 'Wright et al.; Mamie Wright
appointed guardian; bond, $,000. Estate of
Catharine McCartney; order of publication.
Estate of John W. Cohen; account passed.
Estate of Andreas Thettrer; order setting
March 2, 1906, for trial of issues. Estate of
Miranda Lodge; will partly proved. Estate
of Samuel F. 'Merrill; petition for probate
of will filed. Estate of John Costello; in
ventory filed, Estate of Gustavus W. Pope,
jr.; will admitted to probate and letters tes
tamentary granted- to Pauline Pope and
Henry H. Glassie; bond, $10,000. Estate of
Mary A. Shearer: will fully proved. Estate
of William F. Johnson; ordet of publication.
Estate of Wjlliam G.'Roe: order of sale.
Estate of John W. Shaw rqof publica
tion. Estate of Walter nedmetition for
probate of will filed. Esta of,9amuel Mid
dieton; inventory filed. itteof Catha
rlne C. Egan; proof of pullcfn.
r' e
SORE NECKe?
Take Scott's Emul oi nfor scrof
ula. Children ofteneihavee sores or
the neck that won'theal- tp. The
sores may come an'i goi Parents
may not know what'OAheinatter not
what to do. ScrofuA~he trouble
and Scott's Emulsinissthe medi
cene. -
Scott's Emulsion heals the sores.
But that is not all. Scrwfula leads tc
consumption. This is the real dan
ger. -
Scott's Emulsionis the -"ounce of
pi-evention" tlkat keeps off aensump
14FNANCIAL
AN ANNUITY IMCUI BY
The Mutual Life Insurance
Company of New York,
2bars A. McCurdy, PresMeat,
Guarsatese a fled bncome 'nor life, which income
by over three hundred and fifttwo
.aset,, which have accumulated In a
sueesel business experies et fifty-nine years.
Far particulars adire my
THOMAS P. MORGAN,
Manager for District of Columbia,
No. 18M5 F St. n.W.
Second story, rost room. Telephone, Main 1128.
jal-tf.24
1408 N.Y. Ave., Bond Bldg.
-Always danger of fire.
-Always a chance of the house and
contents being damaged or destroy
ed, and especially so during the win
ter months when the beating appara
tus is going.
-Absolute financial protection costs
but a fraction of the smallest loss you
could su.tain.
-Consult us about Are insurance
in the most reliable companies.
ja2-40d
PREPARE NOW FOR
JANUARY ADVANCE.
Stocks are at an extremely low level at present.
the causes which brought them down are gradually
disappearing. Money is obtainable, will not be
come unduly high, but shortly will become easier*
the decline in Cereals is stimulating Exports oi
Corn, while a combination has been formed to
expedite Export of Cotton; railways are crowded
with traffic and business is active.
STOCKS WILL MORE THAN LIKELY HAVE
A MATERIAL ADVANCE AFTER THE 1ST OF
THE YEAR. CONSEQUENTLY SHOUID BE
PURCHASED AT PRESENT. TO DO SO WILL
BE TO PREPARE FOR A JANUARY ADVANCE.
We proffer our services as Commission Brokers
for execution of orders, in all amounts, either
outright for cash or upon most moderate margins,
handling
STOCKS. BONDS, GRAIN, COTTON.
Our 40
Gur e . "DAILY
TO AND MARKET
INVESTORS" LETTER,"
both of which we Issue free, upon request, will
aid you materially in either .selecting a proper
investment or a judicious operation upon margin.
Correspondence solicited.
DOMHT & FREESE 00.
1428 F ST. N.W.. WASHINGTON.
"Determining the character and financial re
sponsibility of your broker is as important as se
lection of right stocks." my2-m,w.f.l56t,42
AFFAIRS IN GEORGETOWN.
General 'and Personal News From the
West End.
The annual New Year reception of Silver
Star Lodge, No. 20, I. 0. G. T., of Tenley
town, was held last evening at Good
Templars' Hall, on the Brookville road, that
place. All the members assisted in re
ceiving the guests. Mr. Sylvester W. Rus
sell, grand chief tem~lar of the Grand
Lodge of Good Templars of the District,
was present and delivered a few remarks
appropriate to the season. Upon the con
clusion of Mr. Russell's talk the following
program was rendered: Piano solo, Miss
Teresa Taylor; vocal solo, Miss Maude
Pinder; short address, Past Grand Chief
Templar Andrew Calstrom; recitations,
Miss Mirah Spier; piano solo, Miss Jose
phine Boteler; reading. Mr. Forrest D.
Yowell; address, Past Grand Councillor A.
T. Maupin; recitations, Miss.Stella Wilsor
address, Mr. J. S. Blackford; recitatiov.,
Miss Edith Allen; address, Miss Alvirda
Cogswell, grand vice templar; address, Mr.
A. E. Shoemaker; recitation, Miss Mamie
Allen. The above program was arranged
by and rendered under the direction of
Misses Fannie F. Shoemaker and Anna
Purdy.
It is understood that the residents of the
West End section will, in the near future,
again make an effort looking to the ac
quisition of funds with which to purchase
an ambulance for the se of the George
town University Hospital. The movement
was started several weeks ago, but diverse
ideas of those directly interested result.1
In dissension and the matter was shelved
for a time.
The Knickerbocker eleven of Georgetown
and the Rock Creek Stars met- on the grid
iron of the Georgetown University yester
day afternoon and again endeavored to de
cide as to which was the better team. The
result was the same as that of several
other games played between these two
clubs, and when the contest was declared
at an end the score was 0 to 0. The gate
receipts will be contributed to the Trin!ty
parish hall and school house fund.
Deaths in the District.
The followIng deaths were reported at the
health office during the forty-eight hours
ending at noon today:
Thomas Scantleberry, 75 years; Albinia
W. King, 74 years; Fanny Bailey. 73 years;
Sarah Gleason, 73 years; Alpheus Inloes, 71
years; Julia Dodson, 70 years, James Baird,
69 years; Abraham L. Thomas, 67 years;
Hugo Mattulloth, 63 years; Sarah Johnson,
60 years; Albert Holliger, 59 years; Emily
M. Jackson, 56 years; George S. Gates, 54
years; Frank Kernan. 53 years; Oscar T.
Towner, 44 years; William Upperman, 38
years; Estelle Maiden, 32 years; Bessie
Williams, 16 years; Henry T. Jones, 1 year;
Ailbir Wright. 1 year; Annie Auckward, 11
months; Mary R. Anderson, 5 months;
Alice Green, 2 months; infant of Earnest
and Cora Atchison, 2 months; Joseph L.
Lincoln, 14 days; John Jones, 1 day; infant
of Peter and Henrietta Craig, 1 day.
Marriage Licenses.
Marriage licenses have been issued to the
following:
White-J. S. Cooper of Stafford county,
Va., and Mabel Anderson of Hanover coun
ty, Va.; John J. ClaIborne and Mary Cam
den, both of Danville, Va.: Lemuel 0. Ro
bosson and Elizabeth Fulkuake, both of
Baltimore county, Md.; Turner R. Garrison
and Lucy A. Woodward, both of Garrison
vylle, Va.; John W. Davis of this city and
Laura B. Higdon of Roanoke, Va.; James
J. Kelley and Alice M. Joh'nson; Chester C.
Sigler of Alberton, Md., and Alice Smeltzer
of Orange county, Va.
. Colored-William C. Dohnan and Bertha
Jones; James Gordon of Montgomery coun
ty, Pa., and Hattie Carter of this city;
William S. Stevenson of Chicago, Ill., and
Louise Jackson of this city; Jerry Stokes
and Julia Thomas, both of Alexandria, Va.
Miniature Soldier at White House.
Five-year-old Raymond Eberle wili per
haps never forget his experience at the
White House yesterday. Clad in the regu
lation uniform of an infantry sergeant, the
little fellow accompanied his father, First
Lieut. Daniel C. Eberle,, and- the Spanish
War Veterans to the President's New Year
leception. As the veterans filed past Mr.
Roosevelt and received from him "Happy
New Year. comrade.", and a handshake,
.Raymond in his regimentals was in the line,
anfi upon reaching the President extended
his little hand and received a sake. He
passed on a few steps, when the President
called him back.
Raymond returned and stood at "atten
tion" before the chief magistrate. Placing
his hand ori the boy's shoulder, Mr. Roose
velt wheeled him about until he faced the
ladies of the receiving .party and, patting
him on the head, said:
"Ladles, this is the junior sergeant of tlge
nation."
Raymhond then turned until heieaed the
President. raised his right hand ta'the
visor of 'his cap, gave the regulation army
salute and refoined the column of Spanish
War Veterans.
yfobste.r Net entip e tat Je left ta her.
$ The National Safh
and Trus
Of the Distrk
Corner of 15th Street
Charbtered Specali Act of Ogogno, Jan.
Capital: One I
SAFE DEPOSIT DEPARTM)
Rents safes inside burgl
upward.
Securities, jewelry, silve
owner's package, trunk, or
cost. No charge for cartag
BANKING DEPARTMENT.
Deposits received from'
allowed on $5 and above.
Loans money on real e:
TRUST DEPARTMENT.
This company is a lega
funds, and acts as adminis
. and executes trusts of all ki
petent attorney in daily att
OFF
THOMAS i. JONES............ President
E . FRANCIS RIGGS .........Vice President
W. RILEY DEEBLE. .Second Vice President
ALBERT L SURTFT T... Secretary
Executive Committee-Thomas R. Jones. chair
DIREC
8. Ti liaWi. A.
JohiCammac. Henry Hur
John amma. x Elbridge S.
H. Bradley Davidson, omas
W. RIIeyDeeble, g. H. KaOl
Geoe. Dunlop William A
The Safest Investments
Are those secured by trst deeds of
trust (mortzageol on real estate In
the District of Columbia raiued by
conservative appraisers. We bave a
limited supply of uch Investments
in multiples of $500-bearing Interest,
payable .emiannualy. at the rate of
Fire per cent per annum-that %s
can sell and accred Interest.
. Call for booklet "Concerning Loans
and Investments."
B. H. WARNER CO.,
916 F Street N.W.
OFFICERS.
FRANCIS H. SMITH.
Pres.
ALVIN M. LOTHROP.
E.QU'INCY SMTH
lt V. Pree.
2dV. Pres.
JOHN B. SLEMAN. Jr..
Sec. and Tress.
JACKSON H. RAISTON.
Atty.
a portion of 1 G. KIMBAL, And
your savings 3
this year. Open a savings account
and your money will earn
interest at the rate of....
$1 opens a savings account.
Union Savings Bank,
Bond Bldg., 14th &N.Y.Av.
Ja2-30d
Pe rpetualR
Building Association.
Established Twenty-one Years.
Assets, $2,355,003.51.
Surplus or Interest Fund,$118,6224j
Pays interest at the rate of 4 per cent.
The average nmnthly payment of interest to
members during tbq past year was $10,500.00, or
$126,000.00 (see our last report).
$1.00 to $5,000.00 received from any one member.
Interest paid every three months.
Interest charged to borrowers. 6 per cent. $200
for $1.00 per month, $1.000 for $5 per month.
$5,000 for $25 per month.
Interest on building loans charged .mly as the
money is used.
$10 expenses only charged on obtaining a loan,
with privilege allowed of paying any amount back
on the loan and saving interest.
The best place to put savings or to borra's m:.ney.
Our business for the past year figured up to over
$2,000,000.00..
OFFICE. 506 11TH ST.
ANDREW GLASS, President.
JOHN COOK, Secretary. flt
Per Cenrit
-interest on any sum of money
-large or small-you wish to
borrow on Diamonds, Watches,
Jewelry or Household Goods in
storage.
Pay back as is convenient.
n 9th and Pa. Ave.
ioirning,1s3s
jal-284d
The American Building and
Loan Association.
(Incorporated June 1, 1895.)
*Phone 2028. 9070G St. N.W. 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Affords a Safe and Convenient means of
Investment,
Whereby every dollar begins to earn
Interest as soon as deposited. $5 to
$,000 received from any one person.
Loans made at any thepe on Washing
ton Real Estate, repayable In monthly Installments
of $11 on each $1,000. No charge for papers. No
commissions.
W. J. FRIZZELL, See'y.
ANDREW WILSON. Pree. jal-tt-28
A Convenient
Plan of? Saving.
There's one resolution a
man is likely to keep. If he'
takes- out shares in the
Equitable on which he pays
$2.50 each per -month, he
feels some pride in the obli
gation and sees the practi-.
cal benefit-and, therefore,
keeps his. resolution to save
a certain amount eaich
month. In time he has
enough to buy the ground
-foras house, and the Equita
ble will lend the money to
build,
Equitable Co-.operative
?uUdIing slodiation,
Deposit, Savings
Company
t of Columbia,
and New York Avenue.
, , an Acts of Oct.. IC. and Feb.. IUL
Killion Dollars.,
.NT.
ar-proof vaults at $5 per annum
rware and valuables of all kinds in
case taken on deposit at moderate
rEN CENTS upward, and interest
tate and collateral security.
depository for court and trust
rater, executor, receiver, assignee
nds. Wills prepared by a com
endance.
C ERS:
GEORGE TIOWARD... Treasurer and Casbier
OHARLES E. NTAN .... Assistant tvetar,
FRANK W. STO8E..Assistant Treasurer
WILLIAM D. liO(0VEL. . Atty. & Trust (ler
man; Woodbury Blair. W. Uiley Deebe. teary
n. Albert L. Sturterant.
TORS:
duonaton, HenOry (lrth.
Gordon. George H. Plant, Jr..
t. K. Francis Riggk
Johnson. Albert L Sturterant.
Jonles. HnyA. Willard.
Mearns,
Home Title
Insurance Co.,
Equity Building,
317-319 4Y2 Street N. W.
Conveyancing,
Examines & Insures Titles
Judson T. Cull, Prest.,
Nath'l Carusi, Vice Prest.,
. George S. King, Sec'y,
Samuel Cross, Treas.
DIRECTORS:
Jess H. Wilson. John C. Weedon,
Jackson H. Ralston, Fillmore Beall
Jobs P. Hinkel, Fred'k 4 Siddons.
Mason N. Richardson, C. CUnton Jades.
Vincent A. Sheeby Harvey T. Winfield.
oFt ran'es H. Stephes
6% BONDS
Issued by the
Funds depgid Wash'n Real Es
tsm aLn tate Company.
Trust C0. to" 4a11~iFS. ~.
ment of semi- 132 F st. n.w
annual interst. $ioo and $500 Gold
K Debentures.
Secured by FIRST MORTGAGE
NOTES on Washington City real
estate.
oc2-am-se
RIGGS NATIONAL BANK
OF WASHINGTON, D. C.
Capital, $500,000.
Surplus, $400,000.
- EXCEANGE ON
ENGLAND. IRELAND, FRANCE ANDOERMANT.
Letters of Credit
AVAILABLE IN ALL FOREIGN PARTs.
BANK COLLECTIONS.
ORDERS FOR INVESTMENTS.
STOCKS AND BONDS.
mb22-tf.21
hONEY TO LOAN
42 and 5%
ON DISTRICE REAL ESTATB.
R. 0. Holtzman,
se15-tf-14 10th and P sta. a.w.
W. B. Hibbs & Co.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
1419 P Street.
{NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE.
MEMBERs - WASHINGTON STOCK EXCHANGE,
ICHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE.
au2I-tt.ld
Washington
Loan & Trust Co.,
OFFICE. COB. 0TH AND F STS.
PAID-UP CAPITAtb $1,000,000.
- Ioans in any amount made on approved real
-- estate or collateral at reasonable rates.
--- Interest paid upon deposits on monthly bal.
-- anees subject to check.
- This company acts as executor, a.misa.a
-- tor, trustee, agent,. treasur. 2egistrar ant
-- in all other fiduciary capacities.
-- Boxes fqr rent in burglar and Ireret
-- vaults for safe deposit and storage of valn
-- able packages.
- Real Estate Department is prepared to as.
-- sume the management of your real estate.
--- Careful attention gives to all details.
JOHN JOY EDSON...................Preen
JOHN A. SWOP5.................iep Pressn2
ELLIS SPEAR.............Second Vice Presides
ANDREW PARKER...................TreasureS
BRICK J. MOSES............Assistant Tesrq
THOMAS BRADLEY.........Real Estate O~e
Begin the NewYear
- DIECTOS. 4by opening a savy
IAeClre.- ings a c c oun n.
IMichael J1. Colbert. Your savings wl
D"."l ana er aCCumulate with
Fgmnc"is iler,' interest at thE
JosH uppr, rate of
Henr Mona vng ccut
HomeSavings Bank,
Corner 7th and L Streets.
if we can tell you of A
way to improve your busib
ness for $1.25 you probt
ably won't hesitate to
spend that amount.
*See the Globe WVernecke '
Card Index.
W. B. Moses&SonS
P St., Car. 11Ith. _
Storaige,
.Hattling,
Packing.
MONEY AT 4%and

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