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AXUSOriNT TONIGHT. Academy--Joe Welch in "The Peddler." 8 p.m. ;nase's-The Motogirl and polite vaude ville, 8:15 p.m. Columbia--"A Country Girl." 8 p.m. Empire-Leslie Brothers and the Bijou Stock Burleequers, 8:15 p.m. Kernan's-"Thoroughbred Burlesquers," 8:15 p.m. Lafayette-"Spotles Town," 8:15 p.m. National-Robert Edeson in "Soldiers of Fortune," 8:15 p.m. Light Infantry Armory - Automobile show. Rifles' Hall-Maccabees' dance. 0. A. R. Hall-Music and recitations. EXCURSIONS TOMORROW. Steamer Macalester for Mount Vernon at 10 a.m. and 1:45 p.m. Steamer Washington for Fortress Monroe and Norfolk at 6:3t/ p.m. Steamer Estel e Randall for Glymont and intermediate landings at 9:30 a.m. Stop Drinking! "ORRINE" cures drunkenness, or money refunded. Can be given secretly In any food or drink without detection. Thousands, in cluding many Washington people, have been permanently cured. Excellent stomach tonic, contains no opiates or harmful drugs. Sold by Orrine Co., 817 14th at. n.w., or Sims', 14th at. and N. Y. ave.; Williams'. 9th and F eta.; Weller's, 755 8th et..s.e.; Day's, 14th and P its., Washington. Our Determination to maintain superiority in giving the best values in Teas, Coffees and Sugars is the strongest argument we present for your patronage. C. D. Kenny Co., Teas, Coffees, Sugars. Report was made to the police this morn ing that two colored men called at Dag gett's drug store, corner of Vermont ave nue and H street, last night and attempt ed to carry off a quantity of cigars and cigarettes. They were frightened away be fore they were successful. Descriptions of the men were furnished the police. Sold the World Over-"Old Overholt." For best Photos. Kemethy's, 1100 Pa. ave. Absolute Purity and Maturity are the two qualities which keep "Fineza" Rye in the Icad of family and medicinal whiskies. Guaranteed 8 yrs. old. $1 full qt. Write or 'phone Chas. Kraemer, 735 7th. Clarence Young of 1711 T street. has re ported to the police the l6ss of a dozen chickens. The fowls were taken from his premises Tuesday night. The Bale of Seats for "The Silver Slipper." which comes to the National next week, opened this morning, and Indications are that this most successful musical come dy will make a new record mark for Wash ington. The same gorgeous production and big cast, including Sam Bernard, Cyril Scott, Eva Davenport, Edna Wallace Hop per and the famous beauty chorus, will come direct from the Broadway Theater, New York. Notice-Picture Frames and Mats to order. made in our own factory, and at lowest prices consistent with first-class work. Woodward & Lothrop. CITY AND DISTRICT. Honored a Retiring Official. hlr. William Swinderman, manager of the local branch of the Swift Provision Com pany here. has severed his connection with the firm and will leave here Saturday for Pittsburg to engage in other business. Yes terd-iy morning the local employes of the Swift company presented the retiring man ager with a handsome gold watch chain as a token of their esteem, the presentation being made by Chief Clerk Davis in behalf of the employes. Mr. Colbert, assistant general mana'ger of the company, and Mr. Wheeler, the eastern special agent of the firm, were present when the presentation was made. - Closing Sale of Art Treasures. Tomorrow will be your last opportunity at Sloan's Gallery, 1407 G st., 10:30 a.m. and 2::I0 p.m., to secure bargains In rare objects of art, rich furniture, hall clocks, antique jewelry, silver, paintings, etc. Low prices have prevailed throughout the sale. Advertisement. Ex-Confederate Soldier Dead. Mr. E. S. Trenary, a venerable resident of the Round Hill neighborhood, in Lou doun county, Va., died at his home Sun day last of paralysis, in the seventy-second year of his age. Mr. Trenary served in the confederate army in the civil war, and took part in a number of the more important battles with his regiment, the 8th Virginia Infantry. He served throughout the war, and has resided in Loudoun county the greater part of his life. His wife and four grown children survive him. Persian Carpets and Bugs At 5sacriftee prices. Don't miss the oppor tunIty. Art Galleries of Brown & Tolson, 1412 H st. At auction, daily, 11 a. m. and 3 p. m.-Adv-t. Wheel House Damaged. As the Randall line steamer Kent was on her way to this city yesterday afternoon from Glymont, Md., a log was picked up by one of her wheels, and. being carried around by the wheel, badly damaged the joiner work of the wheel house and broke several buckets out of her wheel. The damage did not greatly interfere with the running of the steamer and she came into her wharf. foot of 8th street, only about fifteen minutes late. The steamer Estelle Randall, which has been laid up for painting, resumed her place upon the route this morning and the Kent went out of commission for repairs. 91.25 to Baltimore and Return Every Saturday and Sunday via B. & 0. R. R. All trains both ways, both days, except Royal LimIted, leaving Washington 3 and Baltimore 7:55 p. m.-Advt. Watch and Money Stolen. A message received here yesterday states that a white man, who gave his name as Monroe Lee, applied for work a day or two ago on one of the sand-digging machines of Mr. Lewis Smoot, which is ini operation on the river below, and was employed as cook. Saturday night last he was paid off, and after borrowing a small sum of money from the captain of the dredge left, promising to return Monday morning, Shortly after Lee had gone it was discov ered that a gold watch and some money belonging to one of the crew had also dis appeared, and yesterday Mr. Smoot was endeavoring to find some grace of the man here. The loss has been reported to the police. Of Proven Worth. The medicinal value of "Old Braddock" Maryland Rye is demonstrated by its con tinual use in best homes. Leading dealers. Advertisement. Certiflcatem of Incorporation Piled. Certificates of incorporation of the follow ing have been placed on reerd In the office of the recorder of deeds of the District of Columbia: The Carnation Social Club, No. 1. Pinnie Hawkins, Mary E. Young. Luray Allen, Rosa P. WasMington and Louise D. Wash ign are the ineorporatoru. eBellevu. Plesaro Club, The incor. rtors are Wade Foro, Frank Chase, Al Dorsey, Howard WasMington and Mer bert Cate. We Auteenatic Eectrie Pg 31al Ma eMne Ch . It 1b aM M th d 4 lectera -a,e Jms A, -Um AuUSs W. day and P. Dwen. DATE OF MUSTER-IN AFIVZIm rY OF XIT CARSON POST CELER ATD. Address of Welcome by Col. Holeonb, P,st Commander-The Order of Exercises. Thirty-six years ago yesterday the second post in the then new Department of Poto mac, G. A. R., was mustered in. The na tional organisation was then less than one year old. The post was Kit Carson, No. 2, and its first commander was Colonel Mid dieton, whose son, Mr. Arthur Edmonston Middleton, was one of the soloists, last evening, at the anniversary reception to the friends of this popular post. The reception was held in Grand Army Hall. The walls were almost hidden tnder bunting, flags, banners and floral anchors and badges. The rear of the platform was massed with palms, which had for a back ground long festoons of red, framing the legend in gold letters, "Kit Carson Post, No. 2, Department of Potomac." Great bouquets of roses decorated the stands. The guests of the post filled the hall to the doors. The chairman, Col. I. Bresna han, called the meeting to order, and kit Carson Drum Corps sounded assembly. Address of Welcome. The address of welcome was by Col. E. H. Holcomb, commander of - the post. There were seated upon the platform Department Commander I. G. Kimball, Seniot Vice Com mander Abraham Hart, Junior Vice Com mander Hiram Buckingham, Chaplain Ste vens, Past Commander B. F. Bingham, As sistant Adjutant General Chase, Past Sehior Vice Commander-in-chief McElroy, Mrs. Ellen Spencer Mussey, Mrs. Judith Ellen Foster and Mr. W. E. Andrews. Commander Holbrook gave a history of Kit Carson Post in detail, and told of the hundreds of brave men who 'had been mus tered Into its ranks, but who had passed now from them forever. The burden of Commander Holbrook's remarks was, how ever, in relastion to the idea that he said seemed to be held In some governmental departments In regard to veterans. "They think we are growing old and are no longer able to perform service for the government; not in the ranks, but in its offices." said he. "This is false. I believe first and fore most the old soldier should be taken care of by Uncle Sam, for who has worked hard er for America than the veteran who is now In his declining days? He certainly deserves all the recognition a grateful government can extend to him." Mr. James A. Garfield was unable to be present. though he was announced in the program as a speaker, and Mrs. Judith Ellen Foster was substituted. Mrs. Foster made an eloquent address along patriotic lines, in which she aeclared that the flag of the country. had made Its soldiers. A little later, Commander Kimball, in an entertaining talk about the Grand Army and its work, took occasion to differ with Mrs. Foster and said that the soldiers of the country make Its flag. Mr. W. E. Andrews of the Treas ury Department, although " not upon the program, was prevailed upon to speak to the veterans, which he did, and his utter ances were applauded to the echo. The Musical Features. The Grand Army Musical Union, with Mrs. E. D. Tracy as accompanist, rendered the chorus, "The March of the Guard." Major John Tweedale, U. S. A., recited the poem of James Whitcomb Riley, "Old Glory," and was encored. Mr. Harry H. Campbell, accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Charles A. Townsend, sang in an ex cellent baritone voice, "The Bugler." He responded to an encore vigorously demanded by the old soldiers. An octet, composed of Victor L. Dodge. William G. Penny, A. L. McCoy, George Scharf, F. J. Woodman, I. C. Stockton, A. J. Green and J. F. Keenan, sang the "American Hymn" and later "To Thee, Oh. Country." Mr. Edwin A. Gee gave a piano solo, being a medley of war songs, in which the Union and confederate melodies were so intermingled as to produce a very unique effect. Mr. Arthur Edmonston Middleton, a young man possessed of a fine bass voice, rendered Petrie's "The Song That the Anvil Sings" with fine effect. Mr. Gee accompanied the singer. This was followed by Miss Cath erine M. Loughran, a soprano, with Pin sutti's "Fly Forth, Oh, Gentle Dove," which was received with a vigorous encore, to which she responded with a recitation with a laugh in every line, and she was pre sented with a big bunch of white roses. Mrs. E. D. Tracy was also the recipient of roses from Kit Carson Post. The exercises closed with the singing of "America" by the audience. Money to lend at 4, 5 and 6 per cent on real estate. Frank T. Rawlings, 1505 Pa. ave. -Advertisement. Wants 1904 Convention Held Here. The Association of Stationary Engineers, No. 1, of this city, held its regular meeting last evening at its hall on Pennsylvania avenue, and after the transaction of routine business and the election of a conductor, Mr. Charles Stenzei, they proceeded to ar range for securing the annual meeting of the national body of the association In this city in 1904. The convention of 1903 Is to be held in Evansville, Ind. At a special meeting held Sunday last the following named gentlemen were selected to serve upon the varibus committees: Chairman of general committee, J. H. Fleming; chairman committee on finances, R. E. Bannister; treasurer, J. F. Ward; corresponding secretary, George E. Reed; press and printing committee, William M. Donald, chairman; Joseph .I. Keefer and Thornton Silcott. The effort to have the 1904 convention held here is backed by en thusiasm, and financial aid, inside and out side of the order, has been assured already to a sufficient amount. At a Coat of $5 Per Year you can secure a safe deposit box in the vaults of Union Trust & Storage Co., 1414 F, for the safekeeping of your valuables. Advertisement. Indorsed by Two Posts. At a regular meeting of Wilson Post, No. i'7, Department of the Potomac, Grand Army of the Republic, recently held in its hall at the National Soldiers' Home. reso lutions covering the proposition to place a statue of G*en. George H. Thomas In the rotunda of the national Capitol were introduced and unanimously adopted. The proposition was favorably commented on by the members, some of whom had served with the old 2d United States Cavalry in Texas prior to the civil war, of which regi ment General Thomas was then the junior major. W. H. Anderson, now adjutant of Wilson Post, No. 17, was then a member of Company I, 2d United States Cavalry, and was surrendered with his command by General Twiggs to General Ben Mc Culloch, the Texas Ranger. The men were afterward paroled and sent by steamer to New York city, where Major Thoms (then on leave of absence) was ordered to meet them. Taking command of the regiment he proceeded to Carlisle barracks, Pennsyl-. vania. At a large and enthusiastic meeting of Burnuide Post, No. 8, Department of the Potomac, held the same night, Mr. Goodeli of Texas introduced the Thomas statue resolutions. After some favorable remarks by members of the post, several of whom had served under the gallant Thomas, the resolutions were unanimously adopted by a rising vote. Star AdvertHaant., 14th and L,L *. Advertisements are received at 14h Star's branch office. Hoyle & Co.'s drug store, ear ner 14th str'eet and Rhode Island avenue, at regular rates and sent inmnediately to The Star office without charge for the mee meger.. Carpet Zoum in New Eaads. Mesr, rudann & Steele, who fpr a great many' years have bees with W. B. Moese & Sons, recently purehesed the en. tire sok o1f Boer eeveringa ai 33 Bea slvaa masntand are new ta he agidst et a s to else. etaitthat ateak toneke Mis Isenock t bsnd =aulge i Harry Watts of This city. The Baltimore American today says th although a marriage license was issued ye terday at the office of the clerk of the ci cult court at Towson for the -msrriage Miss Sallie Isenock. daughter of Mr. Jol Isenock, a well-known resident of Jac1 sonvlle, and Mr. Harry Oliver Watts. wl is employed at the Washington navy yar and who lives on D street southeast, thi city, the wedding will not take place. Mr. Watts made this statement: "Miss Isenock is a highly estimab young lady, and her family and mine hai been intimate for some time. I had bet paying attentions to her for two years, ar we had been engaged for seven weeks. Tl arrangements for our Intended weddir were made through letters, and according, I came from Washington today with t1 expectation of being married and secure the marriage license. "When I arrived at Miss Isenock's home was greeted by her and the members 1 her family, in the same cordial mal ner in which I had always been. '7 my great surprise, when I suggested thi we go to the residence of a minister to I married, Miss Isenock stated that she wou not do so, and that she had changed hi mind in regard to the matter, and had d cided that she did not wish to get married "Of course, as an honorable gentlema there was nothing left for me to do but ' accept the young lady's decision withoi protest, which I did. I bade her farewel after extending my best wishes, and droi back to Towson. As far as I know Mit Isenock's parents had no objection to me." Miss Isenock's age was given as twentl eight years. She is very popular and has large circle of friends. A Little Jaunt to Old Point Comfort gives one a new lease of life. Only of night by steamer. Hotel Chamberlin is idea City office, Bond bldg., 14th & N. Y. ave.. Advertisement. Mike Stepped Back. "Guilty," said Michael Mohlan when I appeared before Judge Kimball this mon ing to answer to a charge of disorder] conduct. "What about him?" the court asked Pi liceman Hauschild. . "Mike had been drinking yesterday afte noon and got into some trouble with a ma near the corner of 8th and L streets souti east," the officer answered. "What kind of trouble was it?" Pros cutor Pugh asked. "I don't know, but Mike was using pri fanity." "What's the matter with h!s eye?" ti prosecuting attorney inquired, pointing 1 Michael, whose left optic was very muc discolored. "The man beat him up like that." "Do you want to say anything?" Micha was asked. "Nothing." "Five dollars or fifteen days," the cou: said, and Mike stepped back. $1.25 To Baltimore and Return $1.2 Via Pennsylvania Railroad. Tickets on sa Saturday and Sunday, March 28 and 2 limited to last train returning from Balt more Sunday, March 29. All trains excel Congressional Llmited.-Advt. Sentence Suspended on Condition. Amanda Williams. colored, appeared E the chief witness in the Police Court toda against her husband, Lewis, who plead not guilty to a charge of making an assau on his wife. "We haven't been living together for son time," Amanda explained to Judge Scot "and that man," she said, pointing to. he husband. "met me on the street last nigi and after tearing my coat off threatened I beat me up." After hearing the husband's side of ti trouble the court imposed a fine of $50, wit six months in jail as the default, but sui pended the sentence on condition that Wi llama will avoid trouble with his wife I the future. Quality Is what makes price. If Burnett Vanilla Extract was no better than othc extracts its price would be the same.-Adv Ordered by Commissioners. The Commissioners have ordered that Ia bel La Roche be appointed temporar clerk In the office of the surveyor of tt District of Columbia at a compensation < $2 per day. That gravel roadway be constructed an cobble gutters be relaid on Tunlaw road f< about 500 feet south of Nebraska avenue E an estimated cost of $570, chargeable I current appropriation for repairs to roads. Flowers Speak in All Languages. Trust your floral work to Gude, and will express the proper sentiment. 1224 F. Advertisement. Funeral Services Held. Funeral services were held yesterday ove the remains of Garden H. Wilcox at th late residence. 1123 14th street. Rev. M1 Plummer of Epiphany Chapel had charj of the services. The pallbearers were E. W. Hutchinsoi Major S. Willard Saxton, J. B. T. Tuppe: Rufus Darby, C. S. Baker and L. L. Thomj son. The Interment was in Glenwood cerr etery. Are impure matters which the skir liver, kidneys and other organs ca not take care- of without help, ther is such an accumulation of them, They litter the whole system. *Pimples, boils, eczema and othe eruptions, loss of appetite, that tire feeling, bilious turns, fits of indiget tion, dull headaches and many othe troubles are due to them. Hood's Sarsaparlilla and Pills Remove all htunors, overcome a their effects, strengthen, tone and ir; vigorate the whole system. "I had salt rheum on my hands so that 1 coal not work. I took Hood's sarsaparilla and it dhoi oat th' humor. I continued its ame tifi the mon disappeared." MBS. IBA 0. ~BROWN, Riumfo Falls, Me. Hood's Sarsaparilla promises t cure and keeps the promise, Printing -'be'"'' atP -clean cut and striking Perfections. Printingtf Csolicits business for 74 -.osult MCOiIl & Wallace eda2S-144 Printers, 1107 E et. 99 Cures Colds. 9~ 99 As a esre for entds Amt9i.'s "0 mever faile-bt i t aneeM fall 99 we'd retand the momey. Pglce.e.' TED00N'U 11th nd B in COLDS, COUOIIS, OIP arm uekl Goodwil CannandeeGt.li, 21.U. .0. G C., at a meeting +hmf- last evening 1I -6e.idt Ball, M 9Y dese northwest, to it s#alled the following. elfer for the ensu e- Ing term: Andrew W - worthy treaa i'trer, and Fannie J. D, .lcton, viem nobl )f lommander. The on ceemonle n were conducted by Booty Grand Com - mander A. M. McBstbtOeputy Past Gran o Commander W. E. Aelam and Deput; 1 Herald, Nelson Conovaev After the exer Incles were concluded; jaw Helen Grigsbi entertained the comnery with severe selections on the piano. Noble Commande Walter P. Plumley prilded over the meet in. e. 4 cIT rm. '" Placid Enjoyment y is the lot of those who visit Jamaica, th e Venice of the West Indes. Jamaica has d climate of perpetual Juae-nothing remark able that the trip is so popular. Mal I steamers of United Fruit Co. leave Bowly' if Wharf, .Baltimore, for Port Antonio, Ja :- maica. Pamphlet and particulars of C. C o Buckman, Mgr., 205-207 Bowly's wharl .t Baltimore, or Geo. W. Moss, Agent, 1411 ( e St. n.W. It 4 r "Old Overholt" Whiskey "bottled in bond, under government inspection. Full measure n O The Most Delicate Gowns It can be intrusted to the experts at Anto 1, Fischer's, 906 G St., with every assuranc e that they will be cleaned without injur:y r Reasonable rates. 'Phone 1442 for wagons.l a Liked by Every One. John G. Meinberg's Bread is enjoyed b; all-old and young. Delicious, appetizing wholesome. Your grocer will get it for yoi Bakery, 716 11th s.e. 'Phone 2278. it Coroner Nevitt was informed by the polic today that Mary Braxton, colored, flfty--w years old, had died at her home. 2212 Ot1 street northwest. Her death occurred abou 2:30 o'clock this morning. There had beei e no physician in attendancea and the corone gave the necessary death certificate. Y Dufy's Malt Gives Strength. - It's the thing needed now to guard yo1 against La Grippe and like troubles. Cosl f1. "Belle of Nelson." 12-year-old whiskey famous for purity. Postal or 'phone order n Wm. Cannon, 1225-27 7th. mh2(;-tf Hotel Johnson Cafes. Just the season for choice sea food' an other marine products, Potomac plank shai and shad roe, New York- Little Neck clamm and seaside oysters (real appetizers), soft shell crabs, scallops, shrimps, etc. Mid h day lunch. Table d'hote dinner and servic a Ia carte. It 'I Small Quantity of Lumber Delivered without charge. Carpenters' trade'solicited 't Eisinger Bros., 2109 7th st. 'Phone 1153 M mh25-2t 5 New Sewing Machines Ten Cents e A Day. To Rent Or Buy. C. Auerbach, 7 4 , H. Domestic Office. Repairs Free. 5 Yeare i- mh3-tu,th,s,20t it Collars, 2 Cents; Cgl, 4 Cents Pair. Potomac Laundry. 'Plione 2751. Offices 1710 E st. and 509 14th s n.w. mh9-tf s y "Busterholts Hoae-iade Cookies" d in air-tight packages are delicious. ' Asi Lt your grocer for therm. Dts, depot, Spicer's La. ave. mh21-6t* e t' A slight fire occuwed, at the house o r Charles Harris, near. $rig,twood, last night t caused by a defective Aue. The flame ? were extinguished before any damage ha4 e been done. h - Fascinating complexion of a healthy fac< comes from .using t3atin-Skin Cream an n Satin-Skin Powder. 25c.- At Kann's. It Three ultemm iin &ssag. , a Desirable' rooms. -reasonable rates and -re. r liable firm. Brown & ,Tolson, aucts., 1409 d L 1411 N. Y. ave. Storage rooms, 1412 H st 'Phone Main 2520. mhl9-th,s,tu-tf We Will Get You Double the Money y the dealers will pay you for your Furniture e etc. Try us. Wilson & Mayeri, "Auction eers." 1229 G st. n.w. 'Phone Main 310. mhl9-8t d t Laundering Household Linen, 25c. Doe o Potomac Laundry. 'Phone Main 2751. Of fices, 1710 E st. and 509 14th st. n.w. mh9-t See Our $5.00 Pastels. t Eatabrook, 1227 Pa. ave. fe21-s,tu,th-tf AMUSEMENTS. CO LUM B A Washington's Leading 'Theater. TONIGOIIIT AT 8. The Latest Musical Comedy. Original Conmpany and Production from Daly's Threater, N. Y. A COUNTRY GIRL By the Author of "San Thy" and "The Geisha. INEXT WIEEK, S1EATS SIELLIIN0 The Great and Only pany. 60 Peoplle in the 1Cast. HEADED BY~ dGus. Weinburgy and Ruti BURTON KOm LI CTURES .NORWAY IIE( 5E rNIGT' t- Tickets, 31.00; ~., gS. and 20. at uh2O a Belle Stewart and ilveisbbonas, Lesht Bros., Alice ehsln,, the 0as tarn, Irene Yong, IAand The Bijou Rulesquers< The Pittsburg Waresnig Wgnder, Meeting- Al .SIEGEL 1.s. M . hee. Mandelinist. -D Spag BO RI ACE Admissi Pk. SSIst RACE, N.aB.---Objecionable excluded. aa The ly rtheater In Washington e ranc NIGHTS AT 8.15. MAT. SAT. AT 2. ROBIERT IEDESONV Sal IX HR HRNACES For the Engagement Next Week of JOHN C. piSHER'S Gorgeous Musical Production, TH E SILVER. SLIPPER By Owen Hall and Leslie Stuart, Authors of "FELOR0DORA." Direct from its All-winter Ru at the Broadway 15th a T ea te Yr, Ne.w . ork bi,Ue With the Entire Original Production and Cast, d Including SAM BERNARD, Cyril Scott, Eva Davenport Edna Wallace Hopper. The New York Sensation, THE FAMOUS CHAMPAGNE DANCE. mh225-tf-70 -LUSECOND GRAND or the aeent of ATH CVENISN ALL, ByO tnh and Lsi stuart Authrs., "FORETLORCESRA," Drec from ny Alliner Ra the comitee.d263ta2 Under the erginal rdction anof s, SSAMAR L.BERNAR, For B Yok enea fW shantDaones-m, N TIO RF'AMO HAL CFRIY RC E 7H ,PIO. Amiss R lefAsocaion--------------5c BBN COUR,ENTO" N'* ew. bS t h stand hL sta. n era 19ID3 Y EVp..NAult, APRI cent , 193t*OME Pof. . Hlon. LeAer Ticesoa be hd ande The arspice. 11hf n Evenicng dit Musiean. Unertersinal prection of MI MAY. ThtnECuHar, Mior Bene t Tahtonmpsone mre FRIAY MAR. TH nd an PddrM. bdmIsson...Andrew.s,C Auioit.h Tes Dp. At wl btee in Chuch G. a. nr. 4 t THURSby Dr. D .kEllnerB. A, March 2 7, 193,5 .m Ats, 2bene ts.Lncl P t 5 Tob Ael tne theauicso CanWashington, NoT8. 11, QUW PA. A. AL d eTlos'E Hal E 0 o April 14. S DAIILY. Lnd Stand, $1.50. a. Ladies, 50c. tion 2:10 P.M.. returning immediately after the track without cbange' every two minutes from Fare, 5 cents. 3 P.M. characters positively Daft Mat. . I CH ASE'S I aite. Eves., 25c.&tOc. Vaudeville.__ The Paramount Sensation This Season. ENIGMATIC-THE -MMO ARVELOUS loteBarrows-Lancaster Co., Loris and Altinla1 .ta'd Hth, "asell and Vernon, T. W. Eckert .n Emma Berg. John P. Gilbert and Motion Pictures of Cairo and the Pyramid. K et MARI Also John T. Sullivan & Co., Week. DRF.SSLER,. Late of Lafayette Stock Co.,&e. mih23-St-15 1IACCABEES First Annual Dance Given by W. S. Schley, Div. U. R. NATIONAL RIFLES' HALL. Thursday, March 26, 1903 mh25-2t* Dancing at 8 p.m. Kernan's MATIN3E DAILY. 25c. ALL THIS WEEK. THOROUGHBREDS BURLESQUERS. Presenting 25--BEAUTIFUL GIRLS--25 2-NEW BURILITAS--2 Next Week-AL. REEVES' BIG SHOW. mh23-5t-15 LA FAY E T T E HO -ALL THIS WEEK MATINEES GUS HILL'S Wednesday, COMEDIANS IN Saturday. B S..1T 5c Spotless Eves., Good Seats, 25 & 50c. Town Al Reserved. Written by - Box Owele Opens Whitconmb Reilly. at 8:30. Tel. 1830. 41 Fan and Iretty Girls. Next Week-Louis Mann in "All on Account of Etliza." mh23-5t-20 Miss Mary A. Cryder Announce. a1 SONG RECITAL MissLellativ"IngstonMorse At the1 ONE FIALD BANQUET H-LL Agency, in Sanders Staynan'a Muic Store. 1327 P st; mhl6-11t,14 ACADEY Messrs. Sullivan, Harris & Woods l'resent the Great Hebrew Delineator, -JOE WELCH In a New and Original Play, THlE PEDDLER. igh Pr ic, 25<. and . Aesee Sts. Nex Veek-ALPHONSE AND) GASTON. .LECTURES. Lenten Lecture. e et in thet.comise of the Lenten Lt rest tiehard Lewis Howell wil be on FRIDAY, March h7 at 4:3 p.m.n Th ujeet for the lecur s EXCURSIONS, ETC. For tit. Vernon.1 HOME AND TOMB OF WASHINGTON IRON STEAERCARepAALS isat Wshngton :0ad5 pm. fel-t Arlington, M er, Falls Church, FOM AQUEDUCT RIDGE HALF HOURLY. orol &Washington StembAtCompany. -fr Fort Monroe, Norflk. Newport New and al pit,sou th by tesuperb powerfu stel .Washingto. .S0p Lv. Portsmouth. .5:00 pm Ir. N%orfolk..8:00 am Ar. Alexandria.. .6:30 am 1r. Portmuth. .8:15a Ar. Washhgon.7:~0i)a .a -- STrtaurinfermation apy at general * -icet o th. wharf ,ashington D. C. j Phone 2290. JNO. CALLAHAN. General Manae. * RA TRam t Citesapeake & Ohio Ry. Tian I.svela Statiu TTO coa aP E TE AM3D m am l T00 A.Y. dain. ITT$Saa stPaans.-Paw lst aMd Dilsg am SaMrrbag to Pittabacs. 11030 A.M. daf3. 110WLTa1IA LMfIa Plman Seelg. Dtb, aM-n a bmwSta* yat3rn oem Eeieda= to Chirnge. ebmema .'ea.a1 s L M an GiEmI, Csldea ad. Detril. Beot Paster Car to Marih. 1610:0 A.M. dofy. PAST u.a,-Er+m.. bet Parer ae t" Marlebag. S s els,i Oen Bardebrg to Vittatias. * d:0 P.M. daft. CHICAGO AID P. LOOM W Pmmsms sleeping car W..igi.m to It. 1w1% and Seeping aM Dies O as U.--slong to a0. dimapol- It. 1am Lwsatan (Wie Ch"-* w3 Cfsy, 1:1d P.M. dat. ST. LOON W*i $.-P amr slaaping Car Hauuasag to St. E1 . la:R P.M. daily. WTEE P -Pamma Seeping Our to Pittsbetq a" (icago. Diofg Car to Ckos. L:46 P.M daf. ,Et NJD AND CI9 . NATI sXPases.-Penm. sgrog Care Wam insta to Pittabe , ad sanishag to Clsvelan and Caneinati. Dialg Car. 10:40 P.M. dat. PACIFO0 W .-.P.ilmaa Sleeping Car to Pittseg. I:0 A.M. daly. BUPPALS DAT 'ZPam with th rvgh Bre r Be Velt Pasd Car aM C.e.s. to DBel., via mpabma juncti.. L:50 A.M. for Kae, Cana.dasa. a.cew an Niagara Pane daly, esxst amer. 10:50 A.M. for Elmira' and Reve daft,. seg Monday. Per Wiliamap.et 43,, m8 P.M. r:15 P.M. dazy. BUFFALO 1EGMT aEPamll1 with threegh Beadt Sleeping Car ane oed" to Bufalo, via Emrium Janctlsm, 1:41 P.M. daily for Ride; ter Reebastae. /ban and Niagara rall da. eseept sat.rdey, wli Sleeping Car W.shingen to a.essm. LO:40 P.M. for lree.. Ca.afsma. ebest. g, g. tale and Niagara I all. daft. Punma Sesig Car Wa.hingt.. to Re.hese- s.t.d.y esly. ":oo P.M. "Congressional Limited," da for New York, all Parler Cas, with Dining C.r from Baltimre. For Philadelphia, New York and the East. epre a. T:00 (Dling Car), T:R (Diding a, 6:10 (Dinilg Car).:0f, 10:40 (Dinim ar", aMn 1100 (Dining Car from W lasigtsa) A.., 12:41 5:15, 4:50 (Dimiag Car brm a>tme.), d:f 10:00 P.M., 12:10 sight. Os saadma, T00 (Dds Car). :57 (Dtning O, a:10 (DIas Car). 0:00, 11.00 (Dining Car ram WUmlasb.I A.. 12:15, 8:15 4:11 (Dfming Car Sasn fehumeo, :050, 10:00 P.M., 12:10 ight. ler Pbl-aerh eeW, Etpoes, TriE AM., 12:3 P.M. week days, 2:01 4:30 an 540 P.M. da1g. Foe Bostom witheut ehsa e, T:45 AM. week dep and 4:50 P.M. dat. Fun Baltimore, &:0. 6:15, Tald, T:4d, TaM, 1:57, 9:10, 0:00,. 20:19, 10:0. 1:0 A.. 12:15, 12:45, 1:2, 2:01. 5:18, 51 (4:49 1fm Ited), 4:10. 4:o; 4:d1, 4:0, 5:4, 6:15, 6:0 T:15. 7:45, 10:00, 1:40. 11:t P.M., an" 12:32 ight. On Sundays, T10, T:d5 TAT, 0:1, 9:00. 0:05, 10:50, 1100 A.,. 12:15, 1:1 2:01, 8:15, 21: (4: Ltmite4), 4st10 4:33, 4:s, 5:40, 6:10. .:110, T:3f, T:4L 1:00, 30:40 P.M. and 12:10 might. Fe Pope's Creek Lme, T:0 A.M. and 4:33 P.M. week days. saamaa, 051 A.M. For Annapolis, T:45 A.M.. 12:15 ame 410 P.M. week days. Sunday., 0:00 AM. 34a 6:40 P.M. For Atlantic City. Lrougb Paulman B.et Parier-C.r. via Drlaw.se River Bridge Beats, 12:45 P.M. week-day.. Ticket aedees, eaeer Pifteaeth amn G streeta, ad at the statioe. Sixth and B sitn., whsa erdi can be left tae the e.eekngs ft Masge 0 kltination born hotels an" reiu..e Telephone emi "1 ' 4 t Pfeerglen da manaM Cab Service. - W. W. ATTERBUgY, I3. . WOOD, General Manager. General Pasee Agsat. SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Schedule effective January 11. 1003. Trains leave from Pennsylvanla Station. 8:10 a.m. Daily. Local for Harrisaomburg. Was. enton. Charlotte and way atatiose. 10:51 a.m. Daily. Washington and Florida Um ted. Fist-class coaches and drawing-ram aeepI o Jacksonville Fla. Dining ear service. 11:15 a.m.' Dinly. United States Past Wai< 'Irst-class coaches and drawing-room aleeper to iew Orleans. Dining car service. 4:01 p.m. Week Days. Local for Barrisonbulg Lnd way stations on Manaseas branch. 4:30 p.m. Daily. Local for Warrenton and Cbat. ottesville. 6:31 p.m. Week Days. Southern's Palm Limite. lolid Pullman train. Through drawing-rbie rs to Aiken, Augusta, Savannah, Jacksosvite it Augustine. Club, dining and observation carn. 8:45 p.m. Daily. New York and Atlanta Exprel,L. "irst-class coach and sleeper to Atlanta; Monas 'ednesys and Fridays. Sanset Roue. Tot4 leeper Washington to Sam FIrancieco. Pullm..= ufret service. 9:50 p.m. Daily. New York end Florida Express, Prst-clasas coach and sleeper to Camden, Summner. ille. Charleaton, Savannah, Jacksonville and PolO esmpa; sleeper to Augusta and comnection rn Liken. DIning car service. 10:01 p.m. Daily. New York and Metaphie is ted (vIa Lynchburg). First-class coach and ae5 og car to Rloanok'e, Knoxville. Chattanonga a34 Jemphia; aleeper to New Orleans. Dining ea! ervice. 10:45 p.m. Daily. Washington and So.thwestera Amited. All Pullman train, club and observaties rar to Atlanta and Macon- s'eepers to Nashville( Llanta. Macon. Memphis, New Orleana. Mondage Wednesday and Friday. through sleeper to Pine Gurat. Dlining car service. TRtAINSI ON BLUEMONT BRANCHT. Leave Washington 8:50 s.m. and 4:40 p.m. daily; reek dsys, 1:00 p.m.. 4:35 p.m. and 6:20 p.m. etter to'Leaburg only. Through trains from the South arrive Wasi" :42 a.m., 6:52 a.m., 7:40 a.m., 3:45a..:0 .m., 9:15 p.m. and 900 p.m. daily; 10:15 eU. ally, exc-ept Monday. Local trains from Harrss erg, 11:55 a.n. week days and 0:06 p.m. dal. "romn Charlotteuville, 8:28 a.m. and 9:06 p.m.dm. 'Tickets. aleeping car reservatiorn and de~lg aformation can be had at tIcket aees 705 15th treet, 511 Pennaylvania avenue and Penmsylvania. tation. Maggage checked through tram hotell ae esidences. 'Phone 1040, P. R. 3. Cab Service. C. H. ACKERT, General Manager. S. H. HARDWICK, General Pass' Agaet. L. S. BROWN. General Agent. EBABOARD AIR LINE RY. LEAVE WASHINGTON, P. 3. 3. UTAION: 1):44 A.M. DAILY. SEABOARD MAI,-Thr Pullman Seprto Jackso.ville, cene.-tlag at Hamlet with Pulann eee to Atdata. :00 P.M. DAILY. RS ABOAIU FIORIDA IAMITMb -Solid Veetibuted train, all Pel.am. to Jae eoeville and St. Augetime; Drawn Room anM Compartment Sleepers; Observation abCar an4 -5 IDAILY. IWADamn EKPREES-'sei Train to Jackrannetfle and Thmpa, with Pailmam Drawing Room Slee. Ala. Puan Sleeper to Atlanta and Cafe INIgCar Servie. hug aervice to Pimeberat. :10 A.M. DAILY LACAL-Tb P.tMui.g, 3.as.t Saathern Pines (Pinehurst), Hamlet and intee O e: 1421 ftua.ep C. BI. RYAN. W. 3. T~YN, Gen'l Pamsr Ag't. Gem'1 Ag"t Vern', Dep't. 3almore and Ohio R~. R. Leave Washtngtau, N A v. sa C Ut. CHICAGO AND NOmuw, '20:00 a.ma., CCNNATI. iT. LOUIS am XOIdM7ILIr 5:45 p.m. ad *$:00 night. COAMBUIS AND WHUUAr e 6:00 p.m. WINCH ES5TER, 165 a.m., 96a1 aM t2:3 p.m. IURAY. *4:15 p.ma. ANNAPOL1S. fT:. 6i:, 911:00 a.m., 94:8S, ERICK, ts:Wm p0:in, fI13:0 ar.., 31:B HAGRUUTN, tIOe0 a.m. aa 15:25 p.m. BOYD end wa 9t,1:15. to:00 a.m., 31:15, : :a p.ma. m., 14y0 p16:0 16.15. 1'S725, 518515 -r.