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LOCAL MENTION.
AMUSEMENTS TONIGHT.
Lafayette? The GlfTen Company, in "The
t-ady Slavey." 8:15 p.m.
Cabin John Bridge?Haley's Band and
fireworks display.
Chevy Chase Lake?Concert by Marine
Bund and dancing.
For amusements see page 23.
EXCURSIONS TOMORROW.
Steamer Macalester for Marshall Hall at
11 a.m., 2:30 and 6:30 p.m.
Steamer Pentz for River View at 11 a.m..
2:45 and 6:15 p.m.
Steamer Norfolk for Fortress Monroe and
Norfolk at 6:30 p.m.
Weems line for Baltimore and river land
ings at 4 p.m.
Randall line for landings to Colonial
Beach and Maddox Creek at 7 a.m.
Steamer Arrowsmlth for Colonial Beach
at 8:45 a.m.
Trains leave District line station for
Chesapeake Beacli at 0:15. 10:30, 11:30 a.m.,
1:25, 2:30, 3:40, 5:35, 7:30 and tt p.m.
Don't Forget Yourself.
Don't you forget it that Speer's Old Port
Grape Wine is the best for medicinal pur
poses. It is nine years old before bottled,
and racked off every spring and fall during
that'tlme. Speer's Wines prolong life with
the aged, consumptive and weakly. Alfred
Speer's signature is over the corks of each
bottle. Sold by druggists.
Elegant Corner Home.
Price reduced on that handsome new 8
room and bath residence corner 10th and C
streets northeast. Open Sunday.
Llebermann & Hawn, 1303 F st.
Lightning Rods. J. H. Kuehling. 502 12th n.w.
John Lewis, colored, of 1413 3d street
southwest became ill while near the corner
of 7th and M streets northwest about 5
o'clock this niornir.g. The patrol wagon
from the second precinct was summoned
and Lewis was taken to the Homeopathic
Hospital for treatment.
Libbey's Lumber Always
Reliable. Established 1824. 6th & N. Y. ave.
Blue Flame Oil Cooking Stoves From
$2.75 to $19.00.
A. Eberly's Sons, 718 7th n.w.
Rare old laces cleaned, but made to re
tain old appearance. Bornot, 1103 G St.
For Iced Tea
Use Kenny's Cheon,
The Best 50c. Mixed Tea in America.
C. D. KENNY CO., 8 City Stores.
Walter Tyler of 205 R street northwest
had an altercation with another man while
near the corner of Florida avenue and 2d
street northwest about 8 o'clock last night,
and received a cut on one ear which he
claimed was Inflicted by bis adversary. He
was treated at the Homeopathic Hospital.
Wide, Finest Boards Made, $1.65
Per 100 ft. Libbey's. 6th & N. Y. ave.
Cottage Lamps?Lanterns,
Blue Flame Oil Stoves. THE BEST
616 12 Bt. C. A Muddiman & Co. 1204 G Bt.
Architects, Specify Libbey's
Lumber. Always reliable. Established 1824.
6th & N. Y. ave.
Perfect Support and Comfort Assured
wearers of our Trusses, Supporters, Elastic
Hosiery, Orthopedic Apparatuses, etc.; fit
ting done by experts. Also Sterilizers and
Pasteurizers, Rubber Goods. Crutches,
Shoulder Braces. Razors. Knives and Scis
sors, Surgical Instruments, &c. Lenz &
Lossau. formerly Fischer's, 623 7th st. n.w.
Lady attendant.
Merchants & Miners' Trans. Co.
"Queen of Summer Trips."
Boston and Providence.
"By Sea."
8teamer from Baltimore and Norfolk
dally 6 p.m. Send for tour book.
Tickets on sale Baltimore and Ohio. Penn
sylvania railroad offices.
W. P. TURNER. G P. A..
Baltimore, Md.
John Lewis, colored, became suddenly
111 while near the corner of loth street and
Louisiana avenue, about 8 o'clock this
morning and was taken to the Emergency
Hospital by the police of the first precinct.
Lewis is fifty years of age, and resides at
1413 3d street northwest.
La Fetra's, 11th and G. Cool Dining
room, homelike, exceilent meals, fine sher
bets and Ices. Breakfast, 25c.; dinner 35c.
For best Photos. Kemethy's, 1109 Pa. ave.
Finely Worked Flooring, $1.75 Per
100 ft.; all one width. Kiln-dried N. C. pine.
Libbey & Co.. 6th & N. Y. ave.
Two-Burner Wickless Blue Flame Oil
Stove, $5.00. B. B Flynn, 651 Pa. ave. s. e.
Women's suits cleaned with surprising
thoroughness. A. F. Bornot & Bro., 1103 G St.
CITY AND DISTRICT.
Messrs. Norman Pruett and Wm. Y.
Clark of this city returned yesterday from
a hunting trip lasting three days on Mat
tawoman creek in the vicinity of Grinder's
wharf. Md. Besides having a most en
joyable outing the hunters returned with a
bag of twenty-nine woodcock, each weigh
ing over seven ounces, and some other
game. The prospect for fine hunting in the
fall along the river is said never to have
been better.
Policeman J. L. Farmer of the Anacostia
substation shot and killed a supposed mad
dog on Jackson street about 9:30 o'clock
last night.
A section of the fire department was
called to a stable occupied by E. S. New
man, in the rear of 2910 14th street about
6:30 o'clock this morning because of an
alarm of fire from box 86. The flames
were extinguished, but not before damage
amounting to about T300 had resulted. The
police of the tent'., precinct report that
the origin of the ire is not known.
Fireworks every n:ght?Cabin John Bridge.
?Advertisement.
White Sulphur Springs Restored.
According to authentic information, the
newspaper reports of the damage to Jordan
White Sulphur Springs by the cloudburst
last week were greatly exaggerated. Col.
H. H. Baker, owner and proprietor of the
hotel, has rehabilitated the bath houses,
rebuilt bridges and repaired other damage
done to the property, so that now the his
toric old place is in complete repair.
U. S. Marine Band in Grand Concert
at beautiful Chevy Chase Lake this even
ing and Sunday, beginning at 7:30. Danc
ing this evening in pavilion, from 9 to 11.?
Advertisement.
Sunday School Excursion.
The management of the Sunday school
of the Church of St. Vincent de Paul has
arranged an excursion to River View next
Monday, the proceeds of which will be
used to help build the new church, the cor
ner stone of which was laid last week.
The excursion party will include the mem
bers of the church and their families, and
others. . ?
Small's Flowers.
J. H. Small & Sons. 14th and G.Washing
ton; Waldorf-Astoria and 1153 B'dway.N.Y.
?Advertisement
Postage Required for Mailing The Star.
14 pages or less 1 cent.
16 to 28 pages 2 cents.
82 to 38 pages 3 cents.
Saturday's 8tar mailed from the
office, postage prepaid, $1.00 a year.
Foreign postage 1 cent for each two
ounces.
ITS ANNUAL OUTING
EMPLOYES' RELIEF ASSOCIATION
AT RIVER VIEW.
Railway Men and Their Numerous
Friends Highly Entertained?
The Frizes Won.
A feeling of mutual Interest and fraterni
ty. such as. It Is understood, has always
characterized the relr ions of the employes
and officials of the Washington Railway
and Electric Company, was manifest on the
annual outing of the Employes' Relief As
sociation at River View yesterday. Ten
thousand or more, members of the associa
tion. their wives, children and friends, took
advantage of the opportunity for a ride
down the Potomac, and all expressed them
selves as thoroughly pleased with the pro
gram and voted the affair a grand suc
cess.
Although General Harries, vice president
of the system and president of the associa
tion. was the guest of honor of the occa
sion. he was the busiest man on the resort
grounds. He was looking after the juve
niles in attendance, besides attending to
numerous other duties, and was one of
the first to land at River View, having left
the citv on the first boat at 10 o'clock. Ar
riving at the resort. General Harries set
about at once to arrange for the pleasure of
the excursionists. 1
The program of the day was opened with
a base ball contest between teams rep
resenting the 11th street division and the
East Capitol division, respectively, which .
resulted in the defeat of the former bv a
score of 2 to 1. Teams representing the Co- j
lumbia line and the P street work shops, j
respectively, took up the field of battle im
mediately after the defeat of the 11th street j
division representatives. The second con
test was not auite so close as the first, the
score at the end of the ninth inning being
7 to 4 in favor of the Columbia line em
ployes. The final contest was played be
tween the East Capitol division team and
the Columbia line aggregation, the former 1
winning by a score of 11 to 4. The base ball j
awards were: First prize, a silver cup. East j
Capitol division; second prize, a base ball
glove, Columbia line: third prize, two base J
balls. 11th street division; fourth prize, box
of cigars, the P street shops.
Among the other features of the day
were a tug of war between the Electric
Lighting Company team. No. 1, and the
mechanical department team; the Electric
l.igliting Company team, No. 2, and the
track and roadway team. This contest
was in charge of R. B. Patterson. Clay
pigeon shooting, in charge of J. T. Mof
fett, next engaged the attention of the
crowds, and was followed at 4:30 o'clock
by the fat men's race and a race for
boys. A race for girls under ten years of
age was held at 4 o'clock.
The last proved to be the star event of
the day. The race was won by Corlnne
Twiford. with Rachel Newman second.
Potato races, monkey races, races for
"three-legged" men and hurdle races, for
which various handsome prizes were of
fered, were held late In the evening. Miss
Cora Shreves' pupils at the pavilion con
tributed an enjoyable musical program,
and a good vaudeville act given by "Little
Gladys" and others, under the direction
of Prof. Maurice Joyce, concluded the ex
ercises.
The following committees had charge of
the arrangements: Fred J. Mershelmer,
chairman of committee; C. E. Brown, sec
retary; J. T. MofTett, treasurer; G. Frank
Heilman, chairman dancing; William S.
Balllnger, chairman boat and order com
mittee; E. F. MacCarthy, chairman print
ing; Judges of races, Gyi George H. Har
ries. Prof. Maurice Joyce, H. W. Fuller;
William N. De Neale, chairman of amuse
ments.
Hotel Johnson Cafes.
Sea food direct from the catchers. Service
a la carte. Merchants' Lunch and Table
d'Hote Dinner.?Advt.
$84.75 Round Trip to California
via Southern Ry., July 31 to Aug. 13, limit
Oct. 15. Berth. $7. Return different route if
desired. A. J. Poston. Gen. Agt., 511 Pa. ave.
?Advertisement.
Election of Officers.
At the annual meeting of Mecca Temple,
A. A. O. N.. of the Mystic Shrine (colored)
held at Its hall, 3th street and Virginia
avenue southeast, Thursday evening the
following officers were elected: Grand po
tentate, Wm. H. Judd Malvin; chief rab
ban, Arthur Simmons; assistant rabban,
Charles D. Freeman; high priest and
prophet. Rev. L. S. Flagg; oriental guide,
Nathaniel Robinson; treasurer, Joseph D.
Jones; recorder, Frank H. Cozzeos; first
ceremonial master, Samuel T. Craig; sec
ond ceremonial master, Benjamin F. Pope;
marshal, Richard H. Jones; organist, David
L. Stewart; captain of the guard, Horace
M. Bailey; outer guard. Julius Warren;
finance committee, Samuel H. West, chair
man; Reuben S. Smith, N. E. Weatherless.
Special Rates at Hotel Chamberlin,
Old Point Comfort. $.'{ day up during sum
mer. Training squadron of 2,000 cadets,
under Admiral Wise, during July. One night
by steamer. Booking office, Bond bldg.?
Advertisement.
Father Takes Him Home.
Carlos Branco. whose pleasure trip was
ended as he was about to board a train
for San FranciscQ yesterday, as stated in
The Star, has gone to his home. Capt.
Boardman received a dispatch from the
boy's father at Guencj'court, a suburb of
Wilmington, Del., stating that his son left
home Monday, taking with him I3.S0. After
leaving home Carlos bought an outfit from
head to foot, a gold watch, a ring, a dog
and a round-trip ticket to San Francisco.
He had J20 left when he was arrested.
His father arrived here late last night, and
this morning left for home, Carlos accom
panying him.
Flowers for Funerals.
Gude's design work invariably wins ap
proval. 'Phone and mail orders filled. 1224 F.
?Advertisement.
Oh, listen to the band?Cabin John.?Advt.
Installed for Ensuing Term.
At the last meeting of Gen. Lawton
Circle. No. 1, Brotherhood of the Union, at
Itl3 D street northwest, Friday evening, the
n?wly elected officers were installed by
Exalted Washington, Edward L. Schrack,
as follows: Past Chief Washington, Will
B. Shaw; Chief Washington, David A.
Fulton; Chief Jefferson, L C. Bitters; Chief
Franklin. Charles H. Godfrey; honorable
scroll keeper, John H. W. Thrush; honor
able register, Charles W. Rich; honorable
treasurer. Samuel E. Aler; honorable her
ald, Dayton F. Melllng; watcher of the day,
B. Schmuloortz; watcher of the night,
David Eskin; trustees, William B. Stewart,
Jesse W. Morgan and Royal W. Aler; rep
resentative to the Supreme Circle, John H.
W. Thrush.
One Fare to Detroit and Return
<ria B. & O. R.R., account Epworth League
International Convention. Tickets sold July
14 and 15. May be extended to return as
late as August 15. See agents for further
information.?Advt.
Painfully Injured.
Christina Gertrude Eckhardt, eight years
old, daughter of Mayor Cornelius Eck
hardt of Kensington, Md., was painfully
injured last night about 9 o'clock by falling
from a hammock while visiting at a neigh
bors. Dr. W. L Lewis was summoned and
dressed a cut on the little girl's head. The
wound is not regarded as serious, and the
child's condition was reported to be very
encouraging.
$14.25 To Detroit, Mich., and $14.25 I
Return via Pennsylvania Railroad.
Official Route.
For the Epworth League convention !
round-trip tickets will be sold July 14 and
15. good to return until July 20. and by
deposit of ticket can be extended to Au
gust 15. Washington to Detroit and return,
114.25.?Advt. 1
EXCURSIONS.
There are few spots around Washington
as favored by nature for a pleasure resort
as Marshall Hall. Music is rendered
throughout the afternoon and evening by
the Marshall Hall Band, largely augment
ed on Sundays. The green lawns and shady
corners in and around the hall are espe
cially beautiful at this time of year, and
there is always a breeze blowing fresh
from the river. All the amusements are
in full operation, and an excellent table
d'hote dinner is served. The steamer
Charles Macalester will make three trips
tomorrow at 11 a.m., 2:30 and 6:30 p.m.;
returning, leave the Hall at 1, 5 and 0
o'clock p.m. Indian Head trip this evening
at 0:30, and every Thursday, Friday and
Saturday evening at the same hour, 0:30
o'clock.
Chevy Chase Lake, with its cool breezes,
fine music and hosts of amusements, is
the Mecca of hundreds of pleasure and
comfort seekers every evening. Evening
concerts begin at about 7:30, continuing
until it, when music is furnished for the
dancers. During Intermissions there is op
portunity to shoot, bowl or enjoy the vari
ous other means oP amusement, Including
boating on the lake. An especially en
joyable program has been arranged for the
sacred concert tomorrow evening. Car
service is always adequate, and no diffi
culty is experienced in reaching Chevy
Chase Lake.
A delightful means of escaping the heat
of the city for a few days is afforded by
the special weekly excursions of the Nor
folk and Washington Steamboat Company,
given every Friday and Saturday evening
to Old Point Comfort, Norfolk, Virginia
Beach and Ocean View. They give two
nights on the water and several days at
the seashore. Tickets for these trips are
sold at a special rate, and are good re
turning up to and Including Monday even
ing.
Amid the snow-capped Rockies and Sier
ras the summer season is one of great
pleasure. The local management of the
Sunset Limited excursions has arranged an
attractive schedule for the round trip to
California at a special rate, leaving July
31 to August 13 and limited to return until
October 15. Those who desire to obtain
further information concerning the scope
of these trips will find the local agent,
Mr. A. J. Poston, at 511 Pennsylvania
avenue.
A trip to Cabin John is a delightful re
lief these warm evenings. The ride to apd
from Is cool and refreshing and the beauty
of the decorations and the fine music of
Prof. Haley's band make the time at the
bridge very pleasant. Everything to sat
isfy the appetite can be obtained at the
hotel.
The Emmet Social Club will give its
first grand excursion to Marshall Hall on
Tuesday, July 14. The club is composed of
members of the United Irish Societies of
the District. There will be genuine Irish
ganmes and dances, and a first-class time
is promised.
$1.60 to Baltimore and Return via B.
& O. R. R.
Account B. P. O. E. Tickets sold July 19,
20 and 21. valid for return until 31. Trains
every hour from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. Return
ing in like manner.?Advt.
The steamer T. V. Arrowsmith^ will to
morrow make one of her regular Sunday
trips to Colonial Beach. She will leave the
River View wharf, foot of 7th street, at
8:45 a.m.. and Alexandria at 9:15 a.m. No
further stops will be made and the Beach
will be reached about 1 p.m. Four hours
will be given there to have a salt water
bath, to crab or fish. On the return trip
the steamer will reach home about 10 p.m.
Trips are now being made to Colonial
Beach every morning at 8.45 o'clock ex
cept Monday and Friday.
The intensely hot weather makes a visit
to River View all the more delightful. Those
who wish to rest from the rush of business
can do so and at the same time enjoy the
concert by the enlarged River View Orches
tra. These concerts will take place on the
steamer on all trips and on the grounds
during the evening. Wizard Heer, the bi
cycle magician, will tomorrow give two
exhibitions at 4 and 8 p.m.. of riding the
chute on a bicycle and turning a somersault
into the lake.
Three trips to the View will be made by
the steamer Pentz tomorrow, at 11 a.m.,
2:45 and 0 p.m.. and the return trips will be
at 1, 5, 7:30 and 9:30 p.m.
The first of the regular family day trips
will be made next Saturday.
The Washington Chapter of the Ameri
can Institute of Bank Clerks is giving its
first annual excursion at River View to
day. Two boats will carry down the clerks
and their friends, who. judging from the
number of tickets sold for the occasion, are
legion. Members of the Baltimore chap
ter have been invited as guests of the local
organization, and an exceptionally happy
time is expected. The boat which left at
3 o'clock carried down a large proportion
of the excursionists and the other boat at
0:45 o'clock will transport the remainder to
the river resort.
The prime object of the excursion Is to
raise funds to enable the chapter to carry
on Its educational yrork. Its programs for
the past years have not always been as
good as desired, the lack of funds being
largely responsible, but with a successful
excursion, which must result in an in
creased membership, the chapter officers
will be better able to offer to all bank
clerks Inducements to become members.
$1.25 To Baltimore and Return $1.25
via Pennsylvania railroad. Tickets on sale
Saturday and Sunday, July 11 and 12, lim
ited to last train returning from Baltimore
Sunday night; good on all trains except
Congressional Limited.?Advt.
Death of Mrs. Tavender.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Tavender, who resided at 528 11th street
southeast, will regret to learn of the death
of Mrs. Tavender, which occurred In Eng
land recently, while the couple were on a
visit to their old home in that country.
Mrs. Tavender was a woman much es
teemed in the section where she resided,
and where she was known for her charity
and many kindred virtues. The remains
were Interred in England.
Don't Lie Awake Nights.
Horsford's Add Phosphate taken just be
fore retiring quiets the nerves, nourishes
the body and induces refreshing sleep.?
Advertisement.
Sunday Concert by Engineer Band.
The following program has been prepared
by Leader Kamper to be rendered by the U.
S. Engineer Band at the Washington bar
racks tomorrow afternoon, beginning at 4
o'clock.
March, John Harvard Rodmann
Overture, Crown Diamonds Ouber
Intermezzo, Anona Vivian Grey
Selection, Faust Gounod
The Rage In Ireland... Beyer
Two-Step, Hiawatha Moret
Money to lend at 4, 5 and 6 per cent on
real estat?. Frank T. Rawlings, 1505 Pa. ave.
?Advertisement.
Lawn Party for Benefit of Church.
A lawn party for the benefit of the new
Church of St. Ann, Tenleytown, D. C., will
be held next Tuesday, Wednesday and
Thursday evenings on the Dumblane
grounds, adjoining the rectory property,
which will be brilliantly lighted for the
occasion. An excellent country supper will
be served each evening. Ice cream and
refreshments will be served.
Decide to Hold Convention.
There was a joint meeting of the Lin
coln Republican and Emancipation leagues
last night. The meeting was called to or
der at 7:30 by James W. Poe, president;
B. J. Thompson serving as secretary. After
some discussion, it was agreed to hold a
general convention in this city Tuesday
and Wednesday, October 27 and 28, to
consider issues of vital interest to the col
ored people.
Wrap well but don't knock?Cabin John.?
Advertisement.
Summer Resort Booklets.
It will be a great convenience for people
who have not already decided where they
will go this summer to call at The Star of
fice and look over the circular* of summer
resort hotels, retaining any that they may
wish.
HALL TO BB DEDICATED
EXERCISES UN"BEBI< AUSPICES OF
THE TBUE *E*0BMEBS.
4-ddress to Be BaadaVrom President
Boosevelt?<Objttts of the
Organisation.
The Reformers HaH, comer of 12th and U
Rtreets northwest, will be dedicated Wed
nesday, July 15, 1903.iThis structure, in ad
dition to others of its kind, is owned and
controlled by the Grand United Order of
True Reformers, with, headquarters In
Richmond, Va. Since its organisation
about twenty-two years ago the order has
made rapid progress on a strictly business
basis, and In 1902 Prof. J. Taylor Thom.
Ph.D., was designated by the commissioner
of labor, Carroll D. Wright, to visit Rich
mond and make< a minute inspection of all
Its departments* Prof. Thom In the bu
reau bulletin No. 41 of July, 1902, made a
complimentary Statement regarding the or
ganization.
The True Reformers in the District of
Columbia organized about September, 1884,
and. though at first the membership of the
order here was composed chiefly of tho^e in
the humble walks of life, the rapid prog
ress which the Institution has made and
the marked opportunity of development to
the colored people became so apparent that
today among its members are some of the
most prominent citizens of the race, both
mule and female, of various professions.
There are about 5.000 True Reformers in
the District of Columbia, and what success
has been made here cannot be painted with
language as well as it may be seen by the
eye of one who will only look upon the
structure about to be dedicated. ,
Construction Begun in 1902.
The building has been in course of erec
tion since October 20, 11)02, when the cor
ner stone was laid. The exercises the 15th
instant will mark the beginning of a new
era of the order's work in this city, and will
be a drawing card to all lovers of the work
of the organization for years to come.
While the dedication might be considered
of a local nature, the occasion is to be na
tional in character, as prominent members
of the order from different sections of the
country, Including the grand worthy mas
ter and other general officers, have been
invited, and are expected to be present and
take part in the ceremonies.
Following is the program of exercises,
10:80 a.m.: Call to order by P. W. Dixon,
secretary of local executive committee;
solo and chorus, Solomon's Prayer (Root),
choir: invocation, Rev. A. C. Garner; mu
sic, Gloria (Mozart), choir; Introduction of
E. W. Turner, chairman of local executive
committee, as master of ceremonies; let
ters of regret, read by Miss Minnie A. Lu
cas; surrender of keys by J. A. Lank ford,
architect; music, O Clap Your Hands
(Moore), choir; flag raising by representa
tives of Rose Bud Department; general In
spection of building.
Afternoon Session.
The exercises will begin at 2:30 p.m., W.
S. Woodson, chief of Washington Division,
presiding, and the program will be: Invo
cation. Rev. J. A. Taylor, D.D.; music,
Rieveria, Star of the Sea (Kennedy), Mon
umental Orchestra; an address In behalf of
the order. Rev. W. L. Taylor, D.D., grand
worthy master; address of welcome, Mr.
H. B. F. Macfarland. Commissioner of the
District of Columbia; music, Intermezzo
(Anona), Vivian Grey," orchestra; address
from Theodore Roosevelt, President of the
United Stales, to be read by some one to
be designated; selection from Doris (Cel
lier). orchestra: dedicatory address, Mr. J.
C. Dancy, recorder of deeds. District of
Columbia: music, march, Our Director (F.
C. Biglow); benediction, Rev. James H.
Lee.
Evening Session.
Musical and literary entertainment.
Those who will take part In this exercise
are Mr. Nathaniel Guy, Mr. Henry Lewis,
Mr. J. Henry Lewis and the Amphlon Glee
Club. Prof. John I. Lay ton. Miss Bessie
Hamilton, Miss Lola Johnson. -Mies Laura
Tyler. Mrs. Mary F. Scott.. Mrs. Francis
Smiler. Music will be furnished by the
Monumental Orchestra, Prof. Charles Ham
ilton, leader.
Banquet at Close.
A banquet will be given at the close of
the concert In honor of Rev. W. L. Taylor,
D.D., president of the Grand Fountain.
An executive committee, aided by others,
has charge of the arrangements, and every
thing that can be is being done to make
this occasion the most notable in the his
tory of the order since Its Introduction Into
the District of Columbia.
The executive committee is composed of:
E. W. Turner, chairman; W. A. Bowie,
vice chairman; F. W. Dixon, secretary; Dr.
A. J. Gwathney, treasurer; J. W. Robinson.
C. P. Griffin. J. R. Robinson, Philip Gaines
and Dr. D. A. Lane.
Your Money Makes Money
?when deposited In banking department of
Union Trust & Storage Co.. 1414 F st. Inter
est paid on deposits subject to check.?Advt.
Lost tired feeling?Cabin John Bridge.?Ad.
Install Officers.
At the regular meeting of Sioux Tribe,
No. 18, Improve.. Order of Red Men, at
its hall, 933 D street northwest, last Tues
day evening the officers for the ensuing
term were installed by Past Great Sachem
H. W. Tippett, assisted by Acting Great
Sannup Wm. A. Andrews, as follows:
H. H. Smith, prophet; H. A. Wheeler,
sachem; W. D. Cox, senior sagamore; L.
M. Hay ward, Junior sagamore; Charles
Limbach, chief of records; A. Bren, col
lector of wampum; James W. Allison,
keeper of wampum.
At the regular meeting of Camp No. 6,
Patriotic Order So., s of America, at its
hall, 304 B street southeast, last Wednes
day evening the officers for the ensuing
term were installed by Past President J.
D. Simpson, assisted by Past President B.
F. McFarland, as follows: B. F. McFar
land, past president; John A. Trewalla,
president; Wm. Llthgow, vice president;
John 8. Wagner, master of forms; D. T.
Garrett, conductor; John W. Lugenbeel,
inspector; Wm. Caton, guard; trustees, El
mer G. Bailey, John S. Wagner.
At the regular meeting of Camp No. 8,
Patriotic Order Son3 of America, at its
hall, Conduit road, last Thursday evening
Past President Robert P. Talley was pre
sented by District President James W. Alli
son, on behalf of the camp, with the em
blem of the order beautifully wrought in
gold, as a token of personal esteem and
appreciation of faithful service during his
term as president. The presentation was
unexpected by Mr. .Tsiley, who responded
in a neat speech. 4TUfet?e was a large at
tendance of the meoebea^ and refreshments
were served.
Have You Visited .Julius Viedt's
Grocery??you're always welcome, and can
get the best of eatablesAhere. a guarantee
of the quality of 91k Oteove Creamery Pas
teurized Butter is In hlaving him sell and
recommend It. Static, 1814 9th n. w.?Advt.
Anacoatial - Items.
The base ball gaifce between the Sunday
school teams representing the Anacostia
Methodist Episcopal-Chkrch and the Wilson
Memorial Methodist Bpiscopal Church of
11th street southeast, i which was started
yesterday afternoon before a large crowd
on the field between Minnesota avenue and
Harrison street in Anacostia. ended when
half played. The Anacostia team had se
cured a good lead, owing to the good bat
tery work of Connlck and King, but the
Wilson team succeeded in tying the score,
which brought about the breaking up of
the game, the decisions of the umpire be
ing excepted to and a surging mass of peo
ple crowding the field.
The official members of Allan's A. M. E.
Chapel, at Good Hope, are arranging to
hold camp meetings soon adjoining the
church. Similar meetings are in progress
at Oxon Hill. Md.. near here. Ministers
from Washington are officiating at the serv
ices.
$1.00 to Harper's Perry and Martins
burg, $2 to Cumberland and Return,
Via B. & O. R. R.,
Sunday, July 19, leaving Washington at
8:05 a.m. Stopping at principal Metropoli
tan Branch stations en route.?Advt.
POST OFFICE PROMOTIONS.
Only About Half as If any as Had Bean
Recommended.
Postmaster Merrltt has announced the
promotions in the city post office for the
present year. A number of persons were
disappointed, as the division of salaries
and allowances had recommended more in
creases than were provided for by law.
The number recommended was practically
cut in. two. The promotions made are as
follows:
$000 to $700?W. W. Blount, Morris Blu
menfeld, F. G. Boswell, H. M. Bradley, E.
R. Braddock, Charles 8. Brooke, J. O.
Burnham, Walter G. Coe, Bewail T. Fort,
Daniel L. High, Eugene T. Hoover, Mar
shall M. Johnson. Harvey A. Kelsey, Wil
Uam 8. Klemroth, William P. Lemon. H.
F. Lemon, F. J. Montgomery, John P. Neal,
Clarence N. Nohe, G. J. Pillow, G. C. C.
Potlard, Julian E. Paff, T. J. Leonard, C.
A. Sprlngsguth, F. X. Waltemeyer.
1700 to $800?W. L Bean, L G. Buehler,
8. M. Clarke, J. C. A. Denney, Charles A.
Fisher, Thomas Harlan, John C. Ingram,
E. M. Mclntyre, F. R. Roberts. H. D. Sher
wood. Edward Whitcomb, W. A. Black
stock, J. W. Clarke. E. W. Clements. Geo.
D. Farr, J. D. Franzonl, Jr.; Henry Hawx
hurst, H. A. Mount, Willard OfTutt, R. W.
Thomas, 8. C. Simpson, William M. Wag
ner.
$800 to $900?G. L. Davis. George H. Pen
Iston, William F. Thill, Joseph 8. Parker,
N. A. Turpin.
$!*? to $1,000?F. D. Henry. Frank J. Mc
Donald. R. J. Quinn, William Warren,
Luke Thompson John J. McCabe, Noel B.
Parks. J. M. Reilley, R. E. Conner.
$1,000 to $1.10<>?W. B. Blanchard, C. J.
Busey, T. W. Edwards. C. L. Maxwell, C.
H. McKinney, jr.; I. A. RUllman. C. B.
Werle, J. W. Blumer, C. J. Desmond, M. B.
Gilbert. R. T. Morris, John W. Quick, G. A.
Scott. W. Witte.
$1,100 to $1,200?J. T. Benson. R. H.
Bryan, jr.; J. H. Collier, L. B. Freeman,
E. E. Haas, W. Hawxhurst, Rias P. Mc
Curdy, E. P. Weeks. G. E. Weed. C. A.
Brooke, W. A. Chauncey, J. G. Croggon,
James Gray. L. N. Harris, W. A. Madden,
C. T. Thornburg, W. H. Webb. A. P.
Wylie.
$1,200 to $1.300?L. E. Barnard. C. M.
Clark. W. B. Crawley. H. S. Ridgeley.
$1,500 to $1.000?C. W. McWhorter. 11
$1,000 to $1.700?A. J. Xanten.
$1,700 to $1.80O-E. J. Burch, C. E. Hor
tung, Alfred Irvine.
$64.75 San Francisco and Los Angeles
Via Chesapeake and Ohio Route.
Account G. A. R. encampment excursion
tickets will be sold as above July SI to
August 13. good returning until October
15, 19i)3. 50 cents additional for validation
at destination. Diverse routes and liberal
stop overs. Official route department of
Potomac. Special train, with tourist
sleepers, leaves August 9. Particulars at
C. & O. offices.?Advt.
7. M. 0. A. Kotos.
There are at present more tkan 2,000
members of the association. This Is the
largest summer membership in the history
of the organization.
A meeting for men will be held in the
grand stand at American League Park to
morrow at 3:30. Secretary Lyman P. Pierce
will relate the narrative of "How a Specta
tor Lost a Game." The Harmony Trio will
furnish music. "Coats oft" will be in or
der. Cold lemonade will be served free.
The informal social evenings on the big
veranda have been so warmly commended
by members that they will be continued
Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings
of next week. The "feast of lanterns" will
again be used to decorate the spacious
porches. Musical programs will continue
through the evening. Wednesday evening
will be ladies' night. Members may bring
any men friends on Monday and Friday
and ladles on Wednesday.
The announcements for the season In ed
ucational classes will soon be made. The
educational committee will conduct twen
I ty-five classes for men. Several distinct
classes will also be formed for employed
j boys.
Attractive plans are being made for every
department. These will be announced In
booklets to be published in September.
Constant attention is being given to the
proposed extensive enlargements. The
board of managers is pushing the plans and
canvass and other.preparations. It is their
purpose to begin to build at the earliest
possible moment. The recent visit of Prof.
A. D. F. Hamlin of Columbia University,
the architectural expert, was productive of
helpful suggestions. The board of manag
ers is desirous of erecting an ideal building
$1.00 to Frederick, Keedysville for
Antietam, Hagerstown, Harper's Ferry
And Winchester,
Via B. & O. R. R., Sunday July 12, leaving
Washington 8 a.m., stopping at principal
Metropolitan branch points en route.?Advt.
Marine Band at wbite House.
The United States Marine Band, William
H. Santelmann leader, will give a concert
at the White House this afternoon, begin
ning at 6 o'clock. Following Is the pro
gram:
I. March. "General Hey wood". Santelmann
2. Overture, "Das Modell" Von Suppe
8. Pilgrims' Chorus and Song to the
Evening Star Wagner
4. Saxophone solo, "Fantasia Norma,"
Bellini.
(Musician August Pfleger.)
6. Grand fantasia. "Cavalleria Rusti
cana" Mascagnl
6. Idyl, "Spring Jubilee on tht Alps,"
Gungl.
7. "Hungarian Rhapsody, No. 2" Listz
8. "Hall Columbia" Fyles
Wanted! 500 Talking Machines!
Trade in your old machine for a New Disc
Graphophone. Small payments. Columbia
Phonograph Co., 1212 F.?Advt.
Load of Hay Ablaze.
Pedestrians near the corner of Sherman
avenue and Irving street, In the county,
about 8 o'clock this morning, witnessed
the unusual spectacle of a load of hay on
Are. An alarm was sounded from box
825, and a section of the fire department
responded promptly. In the meantime
passersby assisted John H. Hamilton of
Silver Springs, Md., the owner of the out
fit, in detaching the horses from the burn
ing vehicle. The hay was entirely con
sumed and the police estimate that $15
will cover the extent of Hamilton's loss
The origin of the blaze is not known.
Everybody going to Cabin John tomorrow.
?Advertisement.
Regarded as Contrary to Law.
The property leased for the Anacostia
police substation does not cover all the
property used by the police department.
The stable and wagon shed Is a separate
piece of land on which the department has
no claim. The department is allowed the
use of the stable and wagon shed by verbal
suffrage from the owner, George F. Pyles,
without cost to the government. As to the
regularity of this use of the shed Major
Sylvester presumed there was no objection
Acting Auditor Tweedale has reported,
however, that In view of the provision of
the act of Congress approved July 7, 1898,
prohibiting the acceptance of volunteer '
service, the stable and wagon shed men
tioned should be included in the terms of
the lease or Its use discontinued.
A Word to the Wise is Sufficient.
Place your grocery order with J. A. Sam
mons, 4th and A s.e., and depend on it
you'll enjoy what he sends. Elk Grove
Creamery Pasteurized Butter is sold and In
dorsed by him, which proves its goodness ?
Advertisement.
Should Ask for Sidewalk Grading.
Theodore Holm of Brookland has called
the attention of the Commissioners to the
condition of 15th street northeast near Mil
waukee street and of the blocking of an
entrance to a house on the corner of these
streets by the removal of dirt from a side
walk. The writer has been informed that
it Is believed all grading possible at this
time has been done, and the only further
remedy is for abutting lot owners east of
lfith street on the north side of Milwaukee
street to apply for necessary grading for a
new sidewalk under the assessment system
$1-25 To Baltimore and Return
Every Saturday and Sunday via B. and O.
R- R- All trains, both ways, both days,
except Royal Limited, leaving Washing
ton 3 and Baltimore 7:55 p.m.?Advt.
ttsal PBocssDnras.
Condemnation of Land for New Union
Depot Site.
Final condemnation proceeding were In
stituted late yesterday In the Supreme
Court of the District of Columbia by the
Washington Terminal Company against
those owners of real estate on the site of
the proposed union railway station whose
property has not yet been acquired for the
company at private sale. An order was
signed by Justice Anderson directing the
owners In question to file answer by the
27th Instant and show cause. If any they
have, why a commission of three apprais
ers should not be appointed to proceed with
the condemnation.
It is explained that about eighty parcels
of land, most of them Improved, are to be
condemned. The property Is said to be of
the value of about $250,000, and Is em
braced In squares 715. 716, 717, 976, 677. 719.
! 720. 721 and 670. The petition was (lied in
accordance with the act of February 28,
1900, providing for a union railway station
in the District of Columbia. It is asked
that the land be condemned for the pur
poses stated In the act: that the court serve
coplee of the instrument of appropriation
upon the several owners and occupants of
the land, and that upon proof of such serv
ice the court appoint three commissioners
to appraise the land.
A similar petition was (lied by Attorney
George E. Hamilton for the Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad Company for the condem
nation of lots not yet acquired by It in
square 711, near Florida avenue, which the
law allows It to acquire. Justice Anderson
also issued a rule In this case, returnable
July 27.
More than half the houses and other
structures on the line of the proposed ele
vated tracks of Pennsylvania and Balti
more and Ohio railroad have been torn
down, as have also those on the site of the
new union depot. Delaware avenue look
ing north from Massachusetts avenue looks
as if it had been visited by a cyclone.
Several of the holders of property de
sired by the railroad companies were not
satisfied with the price offered and declined
to sell, making necessary the condemnation
proceedings mentioned above.
The one great virtue of Burnett's Vanilla
Extract is purity. It is real vanilla extract
and nothing but vanilla extract.?Advt.
Officers Installed, Committees Named.
Eagle Tent, No. 2, Independent Order of
Rechabltes, held its usual weekly session
Thursday evening in their hall, at 804 B
street southeast, Chief Ruler Rlggles In
the chair. The officers for the ensuing
term were Installed by John R. Mahoney,
D. H. T. C. R.
The chief ruler announced the following
standing committees: Sick committee?R.
Rlggles. A. H. Lithgow, P. J. Cooksey, J.
C. Grimes. T. H. Henry, Wm. Lithgow.
Charles Boyd; finance committee?J. R.
Mahoney, C. A. B. Boyd, J. C. Lee; absent
member committee?W. A. Conway, Wm.
Hammell, J. R. Mahoney. Charles Wil
liams; delinquent members?H. H. Clark.
J. E. Thomas, E. J. Adams; good of the
order and welfare committee?Richard Rig
gles, J. C. Lee, Charles Boyd, J. R. Ma
honey, J. E. Thomas.
The following committees were also an
nounced for the lawn fete to be held soon:
Executive committee?Richard Rlggles, W.
A. Conway, P. J. Cooksey, J. R. Mahoney,
Charles Williams; grounds and decorations
?J. R. Mahoney, J. E. Thomas, William
Hammell, William Lithgow, Charles Spei
den. A. E. Lithgow. J. C. Lee, E. J. Adams,
T. H. Henry, H. H. Clark; entertainment
William Conway, William Raley, A. E.
Lithgow, J." C. Lee. William Hammell.
50,000 people going Cabin John tomorrow.?
Advertisement.
To Close at 8 P. M.
During the summer months the delivery
desk at the public library will close at 8
p.m., beginning July 13. Reading room
open until 9 p.m.
CITY ITEMS.
When Tou Make Bread at Home
?even with the best materials?results are
] uncertain. Order John G. Melnberg's Bread
and you are always sure of the best. None
finer made. Bakery, 716 11th s.e. It
The Art of Cleaning Fine Gowns
is mastered to every detail at Anton Fisch
er's, 906 G. Send your organdy and mull
gowns there when they require cleaning.
Rates are reasonable. 'Phone for wagons.it
For Health and Comfort
during summer drink Nat. Cap. Brewing
Co.'s "Muenchener." 2 doz., J1.25, delivered,
tt
Tolbert Jordan, colored, became III near
the corner of 3d and K streets southwest
about daybreak this morning and was sent
to the Emergency Hospital. Jordan lives
j at 712 Delaware avenue southwest.
"Can you whistle backwards?" Pastor
Hei Swem explains Sonday night. Second
i Baptist. It*
*
Expert Hat and Garment Cleaning.
Straw and Derbies. 2T>c. Panama and Felts,
lowest price. Empire Co., 629 F st. n.w. It*
Hotel Johnson Cafes.
Ail the choice sea food, direct from the
catchers. Finer than at the shores. Serv
ice a la carte. Mid-day Lunch and Table
d'Hote Dinner. It
The Doctors Say "Purisima" is O. K.
Tests have proven its value for medicinal
purposes. It's a pure, rich, mellow whiskey
?a thirst quencher and stimulator. Always
keep a supply in the house. Wm. Cannon
will supply you. 1225-27 7th. 'Phone M. 990.
It
Any Furniture or Household Effects
You want to sell before leaving the city?
Let us sell ihem. Wilson & Mayers, aucts.
'Phone main 310. 1229 G St. n.w. jyll-3t
Panama's Cleaned by Experts.
The best new ones In stock. Brodt, prac
tical hatter, 419 11th st. n.w. It*
Oood Fishing at Four-Mile Bun.
Water clear. It*
Hot Tamales and Chile Concarne,
503 ISth st. n.w. "Open all night." Jal7-eos,tf
Honest Weight, Best Coal, at the
lowest prices. Emrich, 910 Va. ave. s.e.
?Phone Main 1371 T. my9-s.tf
II1,000
Telephones in service in
Washington.
25,000
in the neighborhood.
C. & P, Telephone Co.
THE MOST EFFECTIVE REMEDIES FOE
yseotery
Are Chris. Xander's Very Old Hon
J made
Blackberry Wine, 50c. qt.
Blackberry Cordials, 60c. & 75c. qt.
Chris. Xander's C
SOB 7th ?t. 'Phone E. MB.
iju-aod
FINAL KITES PX&FO
Funeral Services Over the ""--t'th mi
Charles Henry Saffell.
Funeral services were held this morning
st 0 o'clock st the Church of the Immacu
late Conception over the remain* of Charles
Henry Saffell, who died very suddenly
Thursday afternoon of hesrt failure. Brief
services were held st the family residence.
No. 1227 Uth street northwest, st ths con
clusion of which the remains were removed
to the church.
The services were conducted by Rev.
Fsther James l)onelan Marr, pastor of
the church, assisted by Rev. Father Heav
ens lx>w mass was sal.l at the church,
during which Miss Blanche Toun?. niece
of the deceased, rendered a solo, assisted
by the choir. At the conclusion of the
services Miss Genevieve Saffell mn(
"Nearer. My God. to Thee." The casket
was completely hidden beneath beautiful
floral tributes from friends of the family
and from his former friends snd asso
ciates.
The pallbearers were Mr. James H. For
syth. Mr. James Saffell, Mr. Cornelius P.
Clark, Capt. H. Adams* Mr. Morris
Ketchum and Mr. George C. Ott. An es
cort from Lincoln Post, No. 8. O. A. R.,
of which the deceased was s prominent
member, attended the tuneral In a body
and escorted the remains to their final
resting place, where brief services were
held by that body. The Interment was
at Mt. Olivet cemetery.
Changes in Light House Service.
The following changes In the lighthouse
keepers on Chesapeake bay are announced
by the lighthouse authorities:
Walter M. Burgess has resigned the as
sistant keepership of Holland Point light,
and Peter J. Gallop has been named to
succeed him.
Petro Beloso, assistant keeper of I .a zza
retto light, ha? been transferred to Cralg
hlll Channel Front light as assistant. Stg
bjom Bjorson will succeed Beloso at l.azut
retto.
iCOBomy
Us a strong point with
Hood's Sarsa pari Ha. A
bottle Casts longer and
does more good than any
other. It is the only medi
cine of which can truiy be
said
500 DOSES ONE DOLLAR
POTOMAC RIVEK BOAiS.
THE WEKMS STEAMBOAT CO.
Spring Schedule?in Effect March IV. 1003.
Steamers Calvert and Potomac will leave 7th at.
Wharf every Sunday. Tuesday and Thursday at 4
fi.m. for Klver Landings and Baltimore, arriving
n Baltimore early Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day mornings. Returning, will leave l*ler No. ft.
?Light St.. Baltimore, erery Tuesday. Thursday and
Saturday at 5 p.m.. arriving in Washington early
Monday. Thursday and Saturday mornings. Accom
modations for passengers unsurpassed. Baltimore.
Philadelphia and New York freight solicited. All
river freight must be prepaid. STEPHENSON 4b
IHtO.. Agenta. Telephone Main 745 inhl2-tf-l2
E. 6. RANDALL POTOMAC KIVEK LiNB OOl
DAILY STEAMERS FOB KIVER LANDINGS.
Monday and Wednesday at 4 p.m. for Colonial
Beach, Cohan's and Intermediate landings, and
landings In Wicomico river and Kominl and
Lower Machodoc creeks, Va. Saturdays at 7 a.m.
for Colonial Beach and Intermediate landings, and
Bush wood, Rock Point, Colton's, Currloman and
landings In Noininl creek.
Sunday. Tuesday and Thursday at 7 a.m. to?
' landings to Colonlsl Beach and Maddox creek.
UNITED STATES MAIL ROUTE.
WASHINGTON. D. C.f TO GLYMONT. MD.%
and Intermediate landlnga.
The STEAMER ESTELLE RAND ALL-Dally, eg.
cent Sunday. 9 30 a.m. Returning about 8:30 p.a.
Passenger accommodations first class. Freight v*?
reived until within a half hour of aalllng.
E. 8. RANDALL, Manager, 'phone liflS. GBfl.
O. CARPINTER. General Agent, Washlngtoa,
'phone 1760. WM. M. REARDON. Agent. Alex*
andrla. 'phone SO. fe26 tf.28
OCEAN TRAVEL.
HOLUWD-AMEIWA ILK.
New Twin-Screw Steamers of 12 Tons.
NEW YORK-ROTTERDAM, via BOULOGNE.
Sailing Wednesday at 10 A M.
Noordam July 16) Stat* ndam Aug. IS
Rotterdam July 29 Kyndam Aug. 19
Potsdam Aug. 5' Noordam Aup. 29
HOLLAND-AMERICA LINE. 39 B'WAY. N. Y.
E. F. DROOP 4c SONS. 92T. Pa. ave.; G. W. MOSS.
1411 G st. n.w.; D. LINDSAY, 1806 F st. n.w.
Jy2-th.sAtu-26t-ll
NORTH GERMAN LLOYD
FAST EXPRESS SERVICK.
PLYMOUTH?CHERBOORG?BREMEN.
K.Win.II. .July 21. 1 |>m I Kaiaer.. .Sept 1, 10 aa
Ealser ... Aug. 4. 10 am| Kr<*tipr'y..S p. 8. (Mia
Krnnprln* Ang. 11. 7 am I K.Wm.n.S'-p. 22 flSOitni
K.WmH.Aug. 23. T:S0am! Rul er.. .Sept. 29. 10 urn
THE NEW TWIN-SCREW EXPRESS
B. 8. 'KAISER imaWI II."
TOT FEET?19.500 TONS??0,0?0 HORSK-POWCR,
SAILS JCLY 21. AUG. 25. Sept. 22
TW IN -SCREW PASSENGER SERVICE.
PLYMOUTH?CHERBOURG?BREMEN.
Kurfuerst. Aug. 13, nw>a
Bremen...Aug. 20. 2 pm
Lulae Aug. 27. 1 ptn
Frledrlch Sept. 3. 2 pa
Bremen.. ..July 16, 2 pm
Lolse July 23. 11 in
Fried rich.. July 30. 10 aa
Barbar'aa.Aug. 6. 10 an
MEDITERRANEAN SbltVICK.
GIBRALTAR-NAPLES-GENOA.
Hohenz'n. .July IS, 11 am
Latin Aug. 13. 11 am
Hilienx'n..Auf. 2U. 11 am
I*. lreae..Sept. 12. 11 am
LaLn Spt. 26, 11 aa
llohenzn..'let. 10, 11 aa
1' Irene...Oct. 24, 11 an
Lalm Nov. T, 11 I
"oeLrICHS A CO.. NO. 8 BROADWAY, N. X.
Apply to E. F. DROOP. *24 Ta. a?e.,
fe8-624t-31 Agfut for Waslilogtna.
americanXine
NEW TORK-SOUTHAMPTON-LONDON
Phtlad'a. ..July IS. lOamlNew York.Aug. ft. 10 am
St. Paul.. .July 22. 10 ain I'hilad'a . . Aug. 12, loam
PHII.ADELPHIA-QUEENSToWN?LIVERPOOL.
Noordland July 18. 3 pui| Wrat'l'd.Aug. 1, 3:3<> pra
Frl. al'd-July 23. 0:30 am! Belgi'iil'd.. Aug. 8. 8 am
ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE
NEW YORK-LONDON DIRECT.
Mesaba July 18. 9 smj Min'ap'a.Aug. 1.11:30am
Mln'tonka-.July 25. 6 am Min'haha. Aug. 8. 9:30am
Only first-class passengers ?arrled.
DOMINION LINE
BOSTON?QI'EENSTOWX- LIVERPOOL
Mayflower (new)..July 161 Mayflower Inen-). Aug. It
Commonwealth.. .July 3m | Commonwealth.. .Aug. 2T
New Englaud Aug. ?INew Eugland Sept. S
MONTREAL?LIVERPOOL Short sea pasaatre.
Canada July 18: Dominion Aug. 1
Kensington July 26 Soulhnark Aug. ?
boston MEDITERRANEAN sbrvicb
AZORES?GIBRALTAR?NAPLES?GENOA.
VANCOUVER Sat.. July 18. Aug. 2?. Oct. 10
CAMBROMAN Sat.. Aug. 8. Sept. 1?, Oct. 31
RED STAR LINE
NEW YORK ?ANTWERP?PARIS.
Finland...July 18. 10 am . Kr.winl'd. Aug. 1, 10 am
Vaderl'd. .July 25, 10 am' Zeeland. ..Aug. 8, 10 am
WHITE STAR LINE
NEW YORK-QCKENSTOWN ?LIVERPOOL.
Germanic.-July IS. noon i Ma J -stlc. .July 22, noot
Cedrlc .July 17, 10:80 ami Celtic July 24, 5 pm
Victorian. July 21. 6 ami Oceanic. July 29. 9:3o am
DAVID LINDSAY. Passenger Agent.
1306 F at. n.w., Washington.
Jylto22mh lnc-41
Hamburg-American Line.
FOR PLYMOUTH-CHERBOURG? HAMBURG.
Twin S. rew Expraaa and Paaaenger Serrleo.
F. Ulamarck inly 18|Mo!tke Aug.
Patrlela July lb Waldrrwe Aug.
Bloecber July 23'l'alatla Aug. 16
Pretoria Aug. llBlueeher Aug. 3d
UAMBURG-AMKItlCAN LINE 3T B'WAY. N. I.
E. F. DIIOO** * SONS. 026 Pa. art.
dclO-tf-11
FRENCH LINE.
COMPAGNIE GENEtlALE TRAMSATLANTIQU?.
Direct Line to Havre ? P-rla (France).
Sailing every Thursday 11 10 a.m.
Prom Pier No. 42. North River, foot Morton at.. S.Y.
?La Lorraine July 19) *La Touraine Aug. 9
La Gaacogne July 13 La Champagne-. Aug. IS
La Bretagne July 30i*La Savole Aug. 29
?Twln-Serew Steamera.
General Agency, 32 Broadway. New York.
GEORGE W ?
mhl-624t-14 1411 G ST N.Tft".
ANCHOR LINE
Uni'?d States Mall Steamships
Sail from New York every Saturday for
Glasgow via Londonderry
Superior Accommodation* at Lowest Rates for all
claasea of passengers. Per Rates, Rooks of Informa
tion for Passengers and New Illustrated Book of To?rg
Apply to HENDERSON BROTHERS.
General Agenta, 17 and 19 Broadway. New York,
or G. W. MOSS. 1411 G at. n.w.. or E. F DROOP
it SONS. 926 Penna. ave. n.w.. Washington,
a p9-78t-lS ?
Go
to
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Bermniiuida.
Reduced Rate, from June to November,
$35.00 Ronnd Trip
Aa ideal voyage to a paradlae of flower*. Steam,
era .all fortnightly from New York. For llluatrated
pamphlet., paaaagea, Ac., write to
A E. OUTERB RIDGE * CO.,
Acta. Quebec S.S.Co., Ltd.. W Broadway, N?w TuL
ARTHUR AI1KRN. Secretary. Quebec. Oaaada oj
DAVID LINDSAY. 1306 F at. n.w.,Waahlazt*. D.O.
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