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BPIRITUALISM--KEELER, FAMOUS SPIRITUAL
medIum, 918 H mt. n.w. Consult him any day on
any matter, or visit his wonderful seance Min
AdayWednesday or Friday night. Telephone 2=21-F.
FOR SALE-RVILLIARD AND POOL TABLES.
We rent tables with privilege of buying. Cheap
bar fixtures. THE BRUNSWICK-BALKE-COI
LRNDER CO.. 712 13th st. n.w. my9-26t.4
Sutritual medlutn. *eances Friday evenings.
Private interviews daily.
720 10th at. n.w. ft21-s~tu&th-3t
-The Elegance and Distinctiveness
That Particular Men Demand
--are always embodied in garments of our
ET An excellent line of exclusive Imported
Fabrics for youkr selection.
E. H.Snyder & Co.,Tallors,
6UCCEStSoRS To N YDER & WOOD, 1111 PA. AVE,
THE WASIIIYGTON GA.& LIGHT COMPANY.
To the Stockholders of the
WASIlNGTON GAS LIGHT CO.
Notice- is hereby given that a meeting of the
stockholders of the Washington (as Light Com
is called for, and will be held on, the 21WT
oAi OF Ml.tY. 19103. at 12 o'clock noon. at the
principal offihe of the Company, 411 'Tenth street
northwe-st. Washington. D. C., to consider and
approve a dividend of 1$2(1) a share, payable only
In divelend certifleates of indebtedness of the
Company. declared on May 12, 1903, by the
Board of lireetors of the Company. nbiject to
the approval of the stockholders of the Company;
and to transact iuch other bnsiness a. may prop
erly come before such meeting.
JOHN R. McLEAN,
GEORGE T. DUNLOP,
JAMES W. ORME,
IlCHARID H. GOLDSBOROUGH,
WILLIAM B. ORtME, Secretary.
Washington. 1). C., May 13. 1903.- myl3-Tt
The offering of Suits of U. S.
Bunting Co.'s Serges to measure at
$15, when regular price is $25, was a
shock to the tailoring fraternity.
SCHWARTZ & PELZMAN.
56-507 Seventh street. my13-tt.14
"Just BOOK LET,
lea ve FOLDERS
it to ICRCULARh
us." I MAIL CARi.
Judd & Detweiler, 2"isi1; st.
"A Splendid Baker."
-You can bake the finest bread, rolls and cake in
--the oven of our famous 5-burner Gas $
Riange tt. .. .. .. .. . . .. ..
IIUcTVIIINSON & hicCARTIIY. 520 10th St.
x ------- x
I Your Roof Need. U .
No time like the present for having us
repair the roof. A little attention from us
will make it last years longer. Hundreds of
testimotitals testify to our success at the
work. Little coat.
or ki . it tlf Paint Co.) T. J. Donovan. Mgr.
Chemical IRO3F St. N.V.'Phone Main 16092.
BEST TIME TO HAVE THE
S* * You'r. going to have a general house
cicaning, so have the roof repaired at the
* * * am. time. We'll call whenever you say
a a * and un the work and charge you very lit
* tle. Our 29 years of success is satisfac
* * a tory guarantee of a good, honest job.
Oraftona Son,";t*sfi",EiPh , 710.
COAL. COAL. COAL.
To the public: During the strike of last year
the following warnings appeared in the Special
Notices ft tie Star:
Notice No. 1. May 20, 26 times-"All customers
desiring to get the benefit of present prices should
take the matter up with me at once."
Notice No. 2. June 26, 3 times-"All customers
prepared to take in - pay for their coal now are
advised to do so. My prices will certainly not be
lower and are subject to advance from day to
Notice No. 3. June 30, 3 times--"Customers are
earnestly admonished to lay in their coal. OwIng
to the tremendous demand, coal will be. dificult
to get at any price-even after the strike is over."
Notice No. 4. August 5, 3 times-"If I were a
consumer and could get my coal at the present
prices ! should lose no time in doing so. My cull
emers will please take notice-'A word to tne
wise is sufficient.' Furnace Coal, $6.50; Egg Fur
Race, $6.75: W. A. Stove. $6.75."
Under and by virtue of these notlees I made
numerous contracts for coal, and I now offer $200
reward for every case in which the contract was
Perhaps YOl'R dealer told you to wait, that
there would be "plenty of coal in September." If
he did who do you think gave the more candid
and unselfish advice?
So far as this year is concerned, coal will ad
vance 10 cents each month until September. My
advice is. "contract now." A contract with me
Will be kept.
V. BALDWIN JOHNSON,
iio R. I. Ave. N. W.
BEFORE TAKING A TRIP
Protect yourself with an ACCIDENT POLICY in
THE PACIFIC MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO.
$5,000 licy--weekly Indemnity $25--costs $25 pt-r
year. onlble benetits paid for accidents received
Assets, $5,638.865. Surplus, $862,000.
S. P. FICKLEN, General Agent,
Telephone Main 1563-F. 310-311 Bond bldg.
OFFICE'S FOR RENT - DESIRABLE OFFICE
rooms for rent In The Evening Star building at
reasonable rates. Light. heat and janitor serv
Ice included. ap6-tf
This eason we have a better stock of Neglige
Shirts than ever before-new patterns and styles.
An immense assortment to choose from. Our dollar
Shirt, cuffs detached,. ia especially fine.
'128 10TH ST.
AGENCY JAEGER GOODS. Dismel U...a
IIOTICE OF MEh7rING TO INCRErARE THlE GAPI
[AMEICAN SECURITY AND TRUST' COMPAY.,
No. 1-408 0 ST REET NORITH WT.
WASHLNGTON, D. C., April 20, 1906.
To the Stockholders of the American Security and
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to law and to
the by-laws of the Ameriean Security and Trust
Company of Washington D. C., that a special
meeting of the stockbeljers of the com ny has
been duly called and appointed by its bord of
directors and wIll be held at the office of the
company, No. 1405 G street northwest etty of
Wasnington, D. 0., on Monday the 18th day of
May, 1903, at 12 o'clock noon. The object or
business 0f the said special meetinag Is to submit
to the stockholders of the company for their sanc
tinand approval a proposal to increase the capi
tal stock of the comnpanv for the purposes for
which the company was incorporated, from
$1,250,000. consisting of 12,300 shares of the par
value of b100 each, to P3000,000, to consist of
80,000 shares of the par value of $100 sc and
the ratitication of the action of the president -
eentive committee and board of directors of the
company in acceptiug, subject to the aproval of
the atojkholders, a written proposal dated March
30,1 1 , covering the diaposition of such increase
in the capital stock, which proposal mnay be seen
at the (dice of th contpanw
'The transfer okaof the compasy will he eloe6a
en Saturday. the 16th day of May. 1906, atnos
and will be reopened onlonday the 1st day o
June. 1908, at 10 o'clock a.m. ~'e stocrhata.eg
of record at the date of such meeting, via., May
18, 1906, will be entitled to any rights arising
from the actio. of the stockholders at such meet.
yoader of the board of directors.
0. 3. BlLL President.
BXENRY 1. BIJ)NT.
W. V. COx.
W31. M. COAT.
JAMEB E. FITCH.
JOHN E. HERRELL,
GEORGE F. HUFF,
5OPI BeRoY JENES,
JOHN A. KABSON.
030. L KNOWLEE.
JOHNY R. McLEAN.
OAIaB 3. MItlE
CL.ARENCB F. NOlIMENT,
MYRON Mf. PARKER.
- ROBERT PORTERU,
3'. 0. WITEVENS.
apMdtmyufmeF HOOD, Useetary.
OFFICE 0F OOMPT'ROLLER OF THE CURRENUT.
WABBINGTON, D. C.. April , 106.
WHEREAS b satisfactory evidence issmtsd tO
She sadersge.It has bees made to ap arthat
h "Ameica Natinal Rsak ot Was **tq
ted in the ei of~ Wash . District a ~
, hsc with aBl th sevisieas et the
~dtsohhef t8ates. c La to be am
with betsu~ an lsmbiatisontos be cuhaied
tebusitss . et hIm as peM4in sat.
etI*o the Rsvised Statutes ofthe Utd
TETIMONY WHEREOW wiinss wi hem
assoetsee this iath day of Agrn, utetesm
TiROMAS P. K#1.
ndAetl.8 e..ntssug of saa~L,
- SPECIAL NOMCE.
SPECIAL-BEr 8-INCH AND 4-INCH GALVAN
iked iron gutters and spouts put up tr 15e. foot.
All kinds of furnace and range work and
at oualty. 1th tn
Eottloz CO=TB 812 14th st. n.w.]
'Phone Main 21n. . 1MY144t* 0
BER Rttle thins of business build the
great success of business. See that Your
PRINTING is the best you can ab
tAin. Casult as.
McGill& Wallace, Printers,
my14-14d 1107 E. st.
Price Makes the Strongest and Best
"Flat-Opening" BLANK BOOKS. Every fa
culty for doing quick, satisfactory work at
E. F PRICE & CO., 1108-16 E st. 'Phone M. 1804.
-Owen-made garments gratify the
demands of fashionable dressers.
* -Every detail of the designing, cutting and
* finishing leads up to the artistic excellence of
the Inished garment. Superb imported fab
OW EN, Tailor, 423 11 th St.
--All the leading
-makes of fine
-Writing Paper are
-included in this
--superb stock. -
Wn. tI. Rupp Co. (Inc.),
421 Eleventh -Street N.W.
Every fabric must be closed out
within 30 days.
20% Discount on Gatchel's
- Onr F street store will be ready in 80 days,
-and every stitch of fabrics in the house MUST
-GO before that time.
-On every suiting In the house, made up in any
-style you desire. Have added another cutter and
-another salesman-and getting busier every day.
-You get the pick of our stock if you select at
J. Fred Gatchel & Co.,
Tailors, 6Q4 13th St.
We Make Blank Books
-for the leading banks and department stores of
-Washington. Our work is our best reference.
IODGES' BOOKBINDERY, 42D-22 11th (next Star).
Note paper of the newest
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Dainty note paper carries with it an air of
refinement. It catches the eye-attracts the
attention of the receiver.
We're offering 60 sheets of superior qual
ity note paper and 60 envelopes 7~
for ........................... 2 c
John C. Parker, 619 7th.
"I NEVER DISAPPOINT."
Your advertising, to get
the best results, must be
better than your compet
What constitutes that "better" is the brains ard
printer's ink, as exhibited in our product.
BYRON S. ADAMS. PRINTER,
'Phone Main 930. (my14-14d) 512 11th at
OPPORTUNITY FOR YOUNG PHYSICIAN TO
locate in established practice; physician about to
leave the city will rent his home, furnished. Old
stand. Address Box 92, Star ofice. myl2-6t
TELEPHONE .SUBSCRIBERS. ATTENTIONiii
TELEPHONE ROLL PAPER
Can be had .t wholesale prce. fron
R. P. ANDREWS a CO., Ine.,
627-6 Louisiana ave. and 628-40 D st. n.w.
"Phone East 370. Order Department.
DEATH FOLLOWS INJURY.
William L. Smith, a.Carpenter, Expires
at Emergency Hospital.
William L. Smith. the carpenter at Lang
don who fell from a building at Riverdale
yesterday and was so seriously Injured, as
stated In yesterday's Star, died at the
Emergency Hospital this morning. The de
ceased was thirty-six years old. His body
was taken in charge by Undertaker Schip
pert, who reported the death to Capt.
Boardman and suggested that an Inquest
should be held. Capt. Boardman notified
State's Attorney Lewin of the man's death,
as the accident occurred in Maryland, and
an inquest may possibly be held in Prince
George's county. Unless this is done Coroner
Nevitt will give a certificate of accidental
death and deliver, the body to relatives.
Coroner Nevitt was informed that the
man's neck was broken.
MANILA'S CHINEsE QUARTER.
Besidents Taking Steps to Stamp Out
Disease and Prevent Infection.
The War Department is informed that
the Chinese residents of Manila have raised
a large sum or money to be expended in
cleaning and renovating their places of
business and residences, and that every
thing possible is being done, with the
aid of the health authorities, to place
the Chinese quarter of the city in the beet
sanitary condition in order to stamp out
disease and protect the people from future
infection. The Chinese population has ar
ranged for the building of four pest hos
pitals. one for patients suffering from bu
bonic plague, one for smallpox cases, one
for suspicious cassa and one for convales
Liquor Near New York Navy Yard.
The acting secretary of the navy has been
informed that Mayor Low of New York
city has approved the act of the New York
legislature prohibiting the sale of liquor
on the Wallabout lands adjoining the navy
yard, New York. These lands wrere for
merly part of the navy yard, and were re
cently sold to the city of New York. The
action of the authorities to prohibit the
sale of liquor on them was taken at the
instance of the naval authorities in the In
terests of good order and discipline among
the employes of the navy yard. The act in
still subject to the action of the governor
of New York.
Payable During Time of Beturning.
The War Department has adopted a de
cision of the controller of the treasury that
the 10 per cent increase of pay granted to
officers of the army under the act of March
2. 1901. is payable during the priod of de
lay granted in returning to the United
A LAST RESORT.
PURE FOOD SHOULD BE THE FIBgI.
When the human mnachine goes wrong it's ten to
one that the trouble began with the stomach and
can therefore be remsoved by the se of proper folid.
A lady well known in Bristol, Ontario county, N.Y.,
tells of the experience she had curing her only .ehild
by the use of scientific food: "My little daughter.
the only child, and for that reaso. doubly desar. in
herited nervous dyspepsia. We tried all kinds of
remtedies and soft foods. At last, when patience
was about exhausted and the child' endition had
grown so bad the whole famaily was .aroused, we
"A friend seem==.ded the fod as es prhich
her own delicate childrea had grown strong upon,
s I purchased a boa--as a ist reeset. Is a very
short time a maarked change in both health and dia
posities was sasa. What maade emease easy was
that she liked it at one, and its.er qgu tty Usvar
has made it an immnedate fuvorite with the most
fastidious in ou family,.
'Its ese seems to be thosungly establsed ISa
western New Teskt whem eng 1m iigtues it regs.
* arty. I have ntied tsan efEta spin the astel
beets aweR as the beefsdeftliise she-mi it .
ewe it mu'eh" ame '6iv ab tingui Seq Sefti
ASBAUIrTB AN UMOU
ZANS L 1EgARTRS AND POLION-0
XAN EcQUADE HAV3 A TUSBLE.
The Former Placed Behind the Bars,
Six Men Being Required to
Bicycle Policeman McQuade of the Orsl
precinet- had an -exciting experience -this
morning while attempting tg arrest James
. Charles for creating a disturbance at
his boarding house, 511 6th street north
west. The officer in an effort to take the
man from the house was - thrown down
three flights of steps, fortunately escaping
serious - injury, although he received sev
eral bruises about the body.
Officer McQuade was passing through 6th
street about 9 o'clock on his way to coult
when a little girl ran out from 511 6th
street, occupied by Mrs. Mary C. Lee as a
boarding house, and asked him to come
in, saying a man was creating a disturb
ance on the third floor of the house. Dis
mounting from his -wheel the policeman
entered the house and made his way to
the third floor, where he found Charles,
who was under the influence of liquor.
McQuade quieted him and advised him to
go to bed, which he promised to do. On
reaching the first floor of the house Mc
Quade heard the man renew the trouble on
the third floor by banging on the door.
Hurrying back to the room he found that
Charles had come out into the hallway.
He was told that he would have to go to
the station house, but he objected to being
locked up and resisted arrest to such an
extent that it was necessary to use force.
It was with considerable effort that the
two men, each struggling with the other,
reached the stairway. When they did
Charles grabbed hold of the railing. The
officer, however, managed to break hij
hold, and for an instant they swayed to
gether and then both plunged down the
stairway, rolling over and over as they
descended, first one on top and then the
When the hallway was reached another
struggle ensued until the next flight of
steps was reached, Charles fighting every
step of the way. The remaining flight of
steps on the inside of the house was de
scended in the same way, both rolling
Fight Renewed on the Street.
When the street was reached the police
man tried to persuade Charles to go along
quietly, but he paid no attention and made
a strong effort to release himself by strik
ing, kicking and trying to bite McQuade.
McQuade managed to keep the man from
biting him. In the meantime a large crowd
had collected and the officer called for as
sistance from the lookers-on. Charles W.
Stay of 416 G street northwest went to his
assistance, but after being kicked several
times by Charles he decided that his help
was of no avail and left the officer to fight
it out by himself. Several others responded,
and with their aid the man was taken to
the Police Court a short distance away,
where he was detained until the arrival of
the patrol wagon. While awaiting the
wagon it was necessary for six poljcemen to
hold the prisoner on the floor.
McQuade was completely exhausted by his
experience, and had to leave Charles to
the attention of others in the court building.
During the struggle the policeman had him
clothing injured to Euch an extent that it
was necessary for him to return home and
put on other. clothing. His trousers were
torn almost off of him, as was also his shirt
Charges of assaulting an officer and dis
orderly conduct were lodged against Charles
at the station house. Charles is about twen
ty-eight years of age, and gave his occu
pation as that of a cigar maker. He will
have a hearing in the Police Court tomor
REAL ESTATE TRATSFER&
Twelfth street northwest between 0 and
P streets-Francis A. Blundon et ux. to
Carrie Oppenheimer, part lot 17, square 279;
I street northwest between 14th and 15th
streets--William H. Conkling et al., trus
tees, to Hugh O'Reilly, lot 26, square 220;
Third street southwest between K and L
streets-Eva M. Darneille to William L.
Hodgkins, lots 29, 30, 31, square 592; $10.
U street northwest between 30th and 31st
streets-William W. Milian et al., trustees,
to George W. Montgomery, lots 184 to 187,
square 1282; 33,613.90.
P street northwest between 27th and 28th
streets-William E. Edmonston et al., trus
tees, to Michael Morris, lot 295, square
Corcoran street northwest between 13th
and 14th streets-Maria T. Thompson el
vir, Magnus S., to Redford W. and Will
iam H. Walker, lot 28, square 240; $10.
Fourteenth street northwest between R
and S streets-H. Bunn Philson et ux. tc
Frank Lyon, lot 111, square 239; 310.
Q street northwest between 31st and 32d
streets-William H. Parsons et ux. to John
Sevier, lot 58, square 1270; 34,200.
Moore & Barbour's addition-Mary V.
McCartney to Julian P. Dodge, lot 14, block~
Moore & Barbour's addition-Melvin G.
Benjamin et ux, to -Herman F. and Eva A.
Maudler, lot 48, block 4; $10.
Buena Vista-Brainard H. Warner, trus
tee, to Mary A. Dorsey, lot 6. block 4; 320.
Same to John H. Dorsey, lots 8 and 9, bloclk
Brookland-John Bonaccorsy to John
F'itzmorris, west one-half lot 8, block 10;
Marriage licenses have been issued tc
Whites-James Barkley of Norfolk, Va.,
and Minnie King of this city; Selby B. Hol1
liage and Mary Rowe; 1Ddward L. Ricketts
and Portia L. Atchison; Morris Levy of
this city and Herma Strippy of Baltimore,
Md.; James McGill of Atlanta, Ga., and
Sadie Kelly of Boston, Mass.; James R.
Lathrop of New York city and Anna H.
White of this city.
Colored-Edward Thompson of this city
and Mattie Watson of Ash Grove, Va.
Deaths in the District.
The following deaths were reported at the
health office during the twenty-four hours
ending at noon today: Francis Germuiller,
81 years; Elizabeth C. Cornish, .66 years;
Justine Shindler, 59 years; Samuel Polkin
horn, 58 years; Annie Ringgold, 55 years;
William H. Smallwood. 45 years; Frank
Bartels, 44 years; Albert McIntosh, 21
years; Bessie Ward, 19 years; Ada Mc
Kenney, 18 years; William Ward, 16 years;
Edwin J. Sullivan, 1 year; Louisa Semibly,
WASHINGTONIANIS TO ATTEND.
Party to Leave Saturday for Confteder
ate Reunion at New Orleans.
A party of Washingtonians. headed by
Mr. Frank Hume, Prof. Alex. Porter Morse
and Major Robert W. Hu'nter of Alexan
dria, Va., will leave this city Saturday
morning to attend the confederate reuniom
andi encampment to be held in New 'Or
leans. A special train will be run by the
Pennsylvania road direct from New York,
which will receive parties at Philadelphia
and Baltimore. .It is expected that a large
number, not ex-confederates, and Includ
ing a number of ladies, will join the parts
at this point. They will - leave here .al
10 o'clock, going .over the Southern te
Lyncbburg, the Norfolk and Western te
Bristol, to Chattanooga over the Southers
again, and the balance of the way over the
Queen and Crescent route.
Quarters ,have been seured in advance
by the Washington people, and .the as
surance is given that they - will have a
Le Broeme by Nall
Charles Leggitt, ecooed, while working
on the new Long bridge abouat 1$) o~'c)
this morning, fell and broke his right leg
The ambulance from the Emargeacy Ho.
tkal was summoned and the man wai
Friday Increasing ElouGinem; Light,
Southerly Winds. -
Forecast till 8 pFrm14a - For the Dis
trict'of Columbia, -04 rand Maryland,
fair tonight. Friday cloudiness;
light southerly winds.
For Virginia, partY cloudy tonight. Fri
day increasing cloudiness, probably rain In
southern o9rtiei; fresh easterly winds on
Maximum temperature past twenty-four
hours, 70; a year ago,:iW
Weather conditions general forecast:
The northeastern high faS given way som
what in the last twentYnL9ut hours, and ttie
barometer has also fallen in the great ma
jority of districts. .Resure continues rela
tively high over the upper lake region.
where the prine~pal higi Is located this
morhing. The- :depression over the east
gulf states has Increased somewhat In en
ergy during the night. - -he barometer Is
also low over the plateau and Rocky moun
tain region, the greatest depression being
over Assiniboa. - : _
Rain has fallen in the middle and lower
Mississippi valley. Tennessee, the east gulf
states, Georgia, Florida and. the western
portion of North Carolina. There have also
been light rains-on the Pacific coast from
upper California northward.
The temperature changes have been un
Rain is probable in the south Atlantic and
east gulf states tonight, and in the south
Atlantic states Friday. The rain area will
probably extend Friday slowly northeast
ward into the middle Atlantic states.
The temperature changes will be slight.
On the middle Atlantic coast the winds
will be light southerly, becoming variable
and probably shifting to northeasterly; on
the south Atlantic coast fresh east to south
east winds will prevail; on the east gulf
coast and lower lakes the winds will be
light and variable.
Steamers departing today for European
ports will have light variable winds and
fair weather to the Grand Banks.
The following heavy precipitation (in
inches) has been reported during the past
twenty-four hours: Nashville, 1.08; Jack
sonville, 1.30; Brownsville Tenn., 2.30: Ar
lington, Tenn., 2.2D; Corinth, Miss., 2.06;
Holly Springs, Miss., 1.76; Tuscumbia, Ala.,
2.58; Fort Deposit, Ala., 1.68; Marion, Ala.,
2.48; Columbus, Miss., 2.44; Okolona, Miss.,
1.50; Aberdeen, MIss., 1.54.
Records for Twenty-Four Hours.
The following were the readings of the
thermometer and barometer at the weather
>ureau for the twenty-four hours beginning
at 2 p.m. yesterday:.
Thermometer-May -13, 4 p.m., 76; 8 p.m.,
09; 12 midnight, 62. May 14, 4 a.m., 54; 8
a.m., 62; 12 noon. 74; 2 p.m,. 7&
Maximum, 76, at 2 p.m., May 14; mini
mum. 583, at 4 a.m., May 14.
Barometer-May 13, 4 p.m., 30.21; 8 p.m.,
30.18; 12 midnight, 30.17. May 14, 4 a.m.,
30.13; 8 a.m., 80.12; noon, 30.06; 2 p.m., 30.08.
Condition of the Water.
Temperature and condition of water at 8
a.m.: Great Falls, temperature, 68; condi
tion, 86; Dalecarlia reservoir, temperature,
68; condition at north connection, 36; condi
tion at south connection, 86; Georgetown
distributing reservoir, temperature, 58; con
dition at Influent gate house, 86; condition
at effluent gate house, 36; Washington city
reservoir, temperature, 66; condition at in
fluent, 36; condition at effluent, 36.
Today-Low tide. 8:53 am. and 4:28 p.m.;
high tide, 9:49 a.m. and 10:10 p.m.
Tomorrow--Low tide, 4:32 a.m. and 5:07
p.m.; high tide, 10:28 a.m. and 10:45 p.m.
The Sun and Moon.
Today-Sun rises, 4:4 a.m. sun sets, 7:05
Moon rises, 9:52 p.m.
Tomorrow-Sun rises,; 4:467 a.m.
The City Lights.
The city lights and naphtha lamps all
lighted by thirty minutes after sunset; ex
tinguishing begun one hour before sunrise.
All arc and incandescetit lainps lighted fif
teen minutes after sun t and extinguished
forty-five minutes befoi(e sunrise.
Court of Appeals-Pr ent. -.the Chief Jus
tice, Mr. Justiceorris- and Mr. Jus
tice Shepard. -
Patent appeal, .No.. '228, 'Mcnight agt.
Pohle et al..; argument concluded.
Patent appeal, No. X223, Harris agt. Stern
et al.; do.
153 (orig.) Mackey agt. Peters, petition
for allowance of special appeal; granted.
Equity Court, No. 1-Justice Hagner.
Whittaker agt, Whittaker; proof ordered
taken before Albert Harper, 'examiner.
Wineland agt. Wagenhurst; rule to show
cause, returnable May 18. Bradbury agt.
unknown heirs of Fox et al.; final decree
vesting title In complainant. Cummings
agt. Consaul; rule to show cause, return
able May 22. Hixson agt. McFee; Sale final
ly ratified. Ohio National Bank agt. King
et al.; leave to intervene granted. Berry
agt. District of Columbia; cause certified
to Justice Gould.
Bankruptcy Court-Justice Hagner.
In re General Liquid Air and Refrigerat
ing Co.; order to substitute trustee as
plaintiff and employ douhsel. In re Louis
E. Hyatt; hearing on discharge fixed for
May 26. In re Valentine Wahier; adjudica
tion and reference to W. M. Hallman. In re
Isaac Israel; order overruling order of ref
eree. In re Meyer Stern; discharge ordered
and order dismissing specifications in oppo
sition. In re Isa~ac Israel; referee's report
Equity Court No. 2-Justice Gould.
Abell agt. Abell'; hearing upon trustees'
reports fixed for May 28. Rothwell agt.
Richards; cause submitted. Colman agt.
Colman; divorce a yin. mat. granted. Of
futt agt. Offutt; trustees' sale confirmed.
Frazier agt. Frazier; proof ordered taken
before Thomas- H. Fitnam, examiner.
Crandell agt. Good; appearance of absent
defendants ordered. Osborn agt. Haley;
trustee authorized to purchase adverse title
to certain lots. Coleman agt. Redfern;
trustee sale finally confirmed. Luskey agt.
Luskey; divorce a vini. mat. granted.
Circuit Court No. 1-justice Barnard.
Brown agt.- District of Columbia; verdict
for defendant. Huffney agt. Williams;
leave to attorney to withdraw and rule on
defendant to employ new counsel In flye
days. Charles et al. agt. Columbia Rail
way Company; on triaL.
Circuit Court No. 2-Chief Justice Clabaugh.
Ross agt. Kummel; on trial.
Criminal Court No. 2-Justice Anderson.
Hicks agt. Merchants' .Transfer and
Storage -Company; verdict for plaintiff for
$167.38. Kelly agt. Caton & Son; on trial.
Probate Court-Justice Anderson.
Estate of Margaret Morgan; proof of pub
lication. Estate of Wilsen W. Griffith; do.
Estate of Valentin Klein; order of allow
ance and authorizing institution of suit.
Estate of John Shanahan; sales finally rati
fied and cause referred to auditor-. Estate
of Margaret Morgan; auditoE's report rati
fied and sale of. real eqte ordered. Estate
of Thomas 0. HIlls; ~i dated December
17, 1900, filed, with tiou for probate.
Estate of Richard Caiu;. answer ad
caveat filed. Estated f Catherine Foley;
proof of publication. ~ire MaryCarmody
et al.; Inventory hld~ EstAte of Patrick
Keane; will fully "o~ Estate of George
Mitchell; commission rdred.'to Issue. Es
tte of Hannah E. Vrrycke; inventory
In re Omar Buchaz iet* al.; James C.
Buehanan appointe~ urdan; bond,
S2,00. Estate of 'C i6z~.Silence; tn
ventory filed. Estate ofClass. W. Barnest
petition for probate of -will -filed. Estate
of Adelaide Wallace; il- partly proved.
Estate of Jacob Yr. T4nr,-order of sales.
Estate of John behm; 'inventory fied.
Estate of Francis A. Igtz; ill dated No
vember 17. 1896, 'Jild.Zl - E
Criminal Court No. l'-dusitice. Pritehard.
United States at. EgueeBips, murder;
verdict not guilty. United States agt. John
L. O'Brien, emsbessement; defendant ar
ralgned, plea - not gily, bail fixed at
P7,00, recognisanee etaen with the Ttle
Guaranty and . -Vopysrey
United States agt; Win ines, housebreak
ing;- defendant witbdrges plea not gainiy'
and pleads guilty.. United States agt. Ed8w,
F. Pane, forgeryr eon tWal.
Shorter Work Deay & the 11ypn4
The Philippine eama g has i.... an
act providing for rd~ubbd hours hf labor
for all ecil 8sile rfntg the ot: sea
sob, subject, o to the state OZpuk
d etwo hottest emOathe 3 $he jan
f. R safe and con
ment of your
funds, consult Union
Trust and Storage
Company% 1414 F St.
This Companr acts in all
fiduciary capacities, Execu
tor, Guardian, Trustee, Ad
ministrator, etc. LOANS
MONEY on real estate,
COLLECTS INCOMES and
generally manages affairs of
non-residents and of per
sons traveling or absent por
tions of the year. Pays per
sonal and real estate taxes,
life and fire insurance pre
miums, club or other dues, in
terest on notes or other ob
971f you have money on band await
ing investment let it earn interest by
depositing it with the U.iton Trnst and
Storage Company, No. 1414 F at. n.w.
EDWARD J. STELLWAGEN.. President
GEORGE E. FLEMING........Secretary
Spencer Trask & Co.
William and Pine Sts., New York.
Members New York Stock Exchange.
Branch Offce, Albany. N. Y.
INDEX TO ADVERTISRMRNT.
AMUSEMNTS ..........................Page 16
APARTMENTS TO LET...................Page 18
&UC1rON SALES..........................Page 20
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES...............Page 18
BUSINESS PROPERTY...................Page 19
CITY ITEMS..............................Page 16
COUNTRY BOARD.......................Page 19
COUNTRY PROPERTY....................Page 19
DOGS, CATS, ETC......................Page 19
EXCURSIONS. EIC........................Page 16
lFOREIGN POSTAL SERVICE............Page 17
FOR RENT (Houses)...............Pages 18 and 19
FOR RENT (Offce@).......................Page 18
FOR RENT (Out of Town).................Page 19
FOR RENT (Rooms)......................Page 18
FOR RENT (Stables).......................Page 18
FOR RENT (Stores) ......................Page 18
FOR SALE (Bicycles)......................Page 19
FOR RALT (Houses).......................Page 19
FOR SALE (Lots).........................Page 19
FOR SALE (Miscellaneous)...............Page 18
FUNERAL DIRECTORS....................Page 5
GEORGhTOWN REAL ESTATE............Page 19
HORSES AND VEHICLES.................Page 1g
HOTELS .................................Page 19
LEGAL NOTICES........................Page 19
LOAN COMPANIES........................Page 19
LOCAL MENTION.........................Page 16
LOST AND FOUND.......................Page 18
MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN........Page 19
OCEAN TRAVEL..........................Page 16
OFFICIAL NOTICES.....................Page 1:
OUT-OF-TOWN PROPERTY...............Page 19
PERSONAL ............................Page 18
PIANOS AND ORGANS....................Page 9
POTOMAC RIVER BOATS.................Page 16
ROOMS AND BOARD......................Page 18
SEASHORE REAL ESTATE............"..Page 20
SPECIAL NOTICES........................Page 8
.TOCKS AND BONDS....................Page 19
SUBURBAN PROPERTY.................Page 19
SUMMER RESORTS......................Page 20
WANTED (Help)..........................Page 18
WANTED (Houses)........................Page 18
WANTED (Miscellaneous).................Page 18
WANTED (Rooms)......................Page 18
WANTED (Situations).....................Page 18
NEW ARMY SOCIETY.
Branch Formed of the Military Order
of the Carabao.
Army officers in Washington have per
fected the organization of a branch of the
Military Order of the Carabao. Gen. Chaf
fee is to be the head of the organization
in the United States, and the membership
will include a great many other officers
of high rank. The parent ordeg. was or
ganized at Manila, and is composed of
officers who served in the Philippines dur
ing the fighting period. Any officer is eli
gible who was there prior to July 4, 1002.
the date when President Roosevelt declared
peace restored in the islands. After the
Chinese expedition the officers who com
posed it were nearly all sent to Manila,
and they organized the Military Order of
the Dragon, to denote Chinese service.
There was some jealousy evinced by those
officers who did not get an opportunity to
participate in the Chinese campaign, and
some of them organized the Carabao So
PBEYENTED A LYNCHING.
Marines Were Ordered Out at Cavite a
3!ew Weeks Ago.
Prompt action on the part of the marine
officers averted a, lynching in Cavite a few
weeks ago. Albert Powell, an ex-police
man, had been stabbed to (leath in a drink
ing den the night before by a Filipino who
was jealous of Powell's relations with his
sweetheart. Another Filipino was an ac
complice. Both natives were arrested and
the one who did the killing admitted the
crime, but stolidly refused to discuss it.
When it became known In the American
community that Powell's asants were
in jail excitement ran high and the Ameri
cans organised for a lynching of the reg
ulation American order.
Word~ of what was going on having
reached the officers at marine headquarters
the news was immediately comnmunicated
to Capt. Couden of the navy, commandant
of the navy yard. who promptly ordered all
the available men under arms to patrol the
town. That action had the desired effect.
Quiet waSsonon restored and the marines
were ordered back to their quarters. Cavite
was patrolled all night, -lhowever, by po
licemsen and constables, but no further di
order occurred. The civil authorities sad
that if there was another .outbreak the
marines would be again pressed into
To Arrange Military BDne Katee.
The Secretary of War has..directed Col.
Wim. P. Kali n..steant ,adjutant general;
Lit. Co1. James Parker. -13tht Cavalry;
Maj. John F.. Gufifoyle, 12th Cavalry, and
Capt. Charles.C. ClIark, 5th rnfiantry,. to
prepare regulations to ..esrry out the foi1
lowing renannat~ion of theartny-trophy
"That the .National Guard and zeantias he
invited tb shetintprtmetm tIUmpttos
wghtha seea1~rees ase a for thme
mmjrisbs for w~ieh the regutar asses
~an1Mt th& Mf fs the 4
We ass upe all spplleatloms for
loans oeameluse. That's why yea a
always get a proamt sawer We
haesalhalsou.a from $No to
$W,0 t * wewant to place n
good feal estate. It us demsstrate
our methods to you. Well be satie
Sed with the result-and so will ye.
H. H. WARNER CO.,
916 F Street N. W.
Under an absolute guar
and strictly confi
this Company will act as
your fiscal agent,
manage your estate, in
and personal property,
bank or invest your
money, act as your
executor under your will,
or act for you in
that may meet your require
ments, or the
exigencies of your business.
& Trust Co.,
Capital aihd Surplus,
CHARLES J. BELL,
1405 G St. N.W.
Money to Lend
At 3% Interest
-on Household Goods
-in storage and
-Jewelry. You may
-pay back as
Money loaned salaried people.
will earn mRECEORL
Alex. I. Clash.
Michael J rt
3% Anthony Gaegler.
R. Dana Lincola.
interest if raane
deposited in John H. Rmea
a savings BF 8sul
account.. lJohn Shughre,
$1 opens a savings account.
Home Savings Bank,
Seventh and L Streets.
1408 N. Y.Ave., Bond Bldg.
-When you find your property bet
ter taken care of and more profitable
to you under our management than
under your own it's because we give
more attention to it and know ex
actly how to cope with questions
that come up.
The renting and management of property
is a businems. We make it a business in
Itself under a different head and manage
ment from other branches here. my13-40d
interest paid Y"'a :.
Wilton J. l..mbe.t
on all sav- O ,L. r.
ings deosits. . W'oawesd
$1 opens a saving account.
Union S~avings Bank,
Bond Bldg., 14tha &N.Y.Av.
, IWAB made at the loweet rates et tts
-st .ha=..d by any isnlamel....
- e beaus .r thf estia easte. Iam am
suparable Ia otl ..estat i~-me tae. e
met.ti tUfl erIn part ma be made at
. any timse by paying internet to latei et set
tame-t when mast .1'a leen s Ietil
the amanthly lastaeensts see r~ee gep.
gestisestely. fle besiewsr heams at th
b--e==in- aaac*l what ae is in -way'e a
- to .30 pm., at Jhe ogs4t~ e 9==
Wear war earsiles seeanrs t ne
*ensas di memn ,..m .#
1335 P Street;
m WASHINGTON 'OCK EEMA14S.
ALL LOCAL SOR3 OGYA 61
"- EZ aNO GOOM N O M.
T H E STOCKS,
C O M P A N (ORORATmD)
Orders for fraetional lots reeelve carefV stoua-p
Oce.. 1331 U st. 'Phone Main 112L
Lewis Johnson & Co.,
1313 P Street N.W.,
-Letters of Credit and Cable Transfer.
-Private Wire to moorn & fihe.NwTWI.
EISTABLISHED TWENrY-ONE TRmA.
Pa interet at the rate of 4 per eset ft.
te=s paid er, thre, months. Interest cae
to borrower. 6 per cnat. $200 for $1 per
$1000 for $5 per month. $.000 fot r0 peW
Interest on Building Loans charged only as the
on a used. $10 expenses only charged a
=%taWin a loan.
Ofice. 506 11th St.
ANDLEW GLASS. President.
JOHN COOK. Secretary.
I am in a position to execute -esde to
Stocks. Grain and Cottul on=q mer
gins. ervice excellent. In d eam
munication with New York.
Telephone East 72.
Established six years.
Margin, i Per Cent.
NO IINTEREST CHA RE
R. Lappin, 529 7th N.W.. Cor. F.
AN ANNUITY ISSUED BY
The ? utual Life Insurance
Cor..pany of New York,
Richard A. McCurdy. President.
Guarantees a Axed income for life., which ineeme
in protected by over three hundred and elghtl
millions of assets, which have accumulated Ia a
successful business experience of allty yeaEm.
For particulars address
THOMAS P. MORGAN,
Manager for District of Columbia.
No. 1835 F St. n.w.
Second story, front room. Telephone. Main 11S.
The National Safe Deposit,
Savings and Trust
CORNER 1UTs ST. AND NEW YORK AML
Capital: OneMillion Dollars
Pays interest on deposits.
Rents safes inside Burglar-proof Vaults.
Acts as Administrator. Executor. Trustee, es
Loan & Trust Co.,
OFFICE. COR. OTH AND F STS.
PAID-UP CAPITAL $1,000.000.
- Loans in any amount made on approved sea
- estate or collateral at reasonable rates.
- Interest paid upon deposits on monthly b1
- ances subject to check.
- This company acts as executor, admtmistra
- tor, trustee, agent, treasurer, registrar and
- in all other fiduciary capacities.
- Boxes for rent in burglar and drepreef
- vaults for ato deposit and storage of va
- able packages.
- Real Estate Department Is prepared to as
- sume the management of your real estate.
- Careful attention given to all details.
OHN JOY EDSON.....................Preid t
00OHN A. SWOP'E.........ice President
ELLIS SPEAR......eodic President
ANDREW PAkitKER............... .ic-tao
BRICE J. MOS&S ...........Assistant Treesberbi
THOMAS BRA.DLEY...........Real Etat Omei
Loans on Real Estate
On Easy Monthly Payments.
THE HOME BUILDING ASSOCIATION will ae.
ahom or investment ad nee mone.r eo h
undersigned and get information and take steek.
GO.LINE N i Pre. Wa. . E0-..
A80 1th et. n.w 2125 Ha.a.w.
1306 F at. n.w. 1907 ra. are. n~w.
RIGGS NATIONAL BANK
OF WASHINGTON. D. C.
ENGLAND. IRnArND. FRA'CONAND GERMANT.
Letters of Credit.
AVAILABLE IN ALL FOREIGN PAREU,
QERS FOR ZV ERNT.
W. B. ibbs & Co.,
BANKERS A.D BROKEBS,
14 19. P Street.
rNEW YORK STOCK 3ECHANG.
rMuMBERS.: WAasrGTON STOCK EECUANGO.
an21-tt.161.CHIArmGO B0-RD OF TRADL.
MONEY AT4 and 5%
Pr omwlne e a In
"elskell & McLeran,
MONEY TO LOA
4% and 5%
ON D1ERICE! REAL MTAE.
Re 0. Hioltzman,
se1e-f.14 30th and U si. ar. L
10th enS FErn. Av.1
a Amneem, Esga, Asi. Afilsan *mO
a,00oss.sagne- . .
- wv~- s',er
asEs. n~ e he se OSera
Building Assoclatl en
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