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SPECIAL NOTICES.
Bookbinding FO? Xmas.
Wf bind mualc mtgazlncs -period lotto of til
?Ites for Xmas gift*?and letter volumes in gold
*>r silver. U??c orders now.
HODGES' BOOK BINDERY. 420 22 Hth. Next 8ttr.
SPIRITUALISM-A SPIRITUAL SEANCE THIS
(Wednesday) night, also tomorrow (Thursday) tf
ternoon, at 2 oVlock, at KEEM&R'S, 918 H at.
Wonderful, tatmatlag, cotvlaelac. It*
THE FRANK H. THOMAfTCO., """"
Washington, P. C.
Gentlemen: 1 beg to acknowledge herewith the
receipt of your New York draft for $180.00 In
payment of aecldent claim.
Your promptness and courtesy In the aettle
ment of my claim against your wmpany, arising
from Injury sustained July 20, haa been very sat
lafaotory. Yerv respect fully,
no!8-3t A. B. VEAZEY.
SPIRITUALISM MRS. STEPHENS' PUBLIC
meeting Thursday at 2 p.m.; private teaching
dally. 402 A at. s.e. It*
Washington Roofing Co.,
Expert Roofers.
Experience and expertness tell a quick story
of the success of this rooting concern. Thanks
to your liberal patronage thla bualneaa has
Increase*] to enormous proportions. We're do
Imr the roof repairing of Washington practi
cally.
JOS. I STROl'SE. Mgr. Office: 707 13th.
Formerly with Grafton &. Son. 'Phone M. 1G23.
oc!2-3m-10
Tailoring Tihat Gratifies
? every demand of good taste. Yon will get
? that kind of tailoring 111 I>owney-inade gar
?ments. Abnndauce of style and quality at
?reasonable prices.
L. A. DOWNEY, r.iior. 433 nth.
nolSlikl
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Let Us Know.
Leaks
Stopped
Free.
We We
Paint Repair
Roofs. Roofs.
All work guaranteed.
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V^ncmical 1333 y Mt. n.w. 'Phone M. 1092 M.
nolfilOd
Tlhe Finest Buckwheat
MILLER'S ?cakes are those made of "Mll
SELFRMSING Self Raising" Buckwheat.
........It's made from mountain grown
i>i i kw HE AI pj-ain. Absolutely pure. Ask for It.
t/At your grocer's. No consumers supplied.
B. B. Earnshaw <& Bro.,
WHOLESALE OK1WER3. 11th nnil M ?l? It
Grafton & Son,
Roofing Experts.
The oldest and most reliable Roofing Con
cern in Washington. Positive guarantee with
every Job of root painting or repairing. Esti
mates free.
7149th. 'Phone M. 760.
nolft 10.1
A 1-BnTlTRK HY 11AHBI ABRAHAM SIMON OH
Omaha. Neb., will be delivered Wednesday even
ing, Nor. 18, at the 8th at. temple, at 8 o'clock.
Subject: Civil and RHIglous Rlghtousness. The
board of delegates of the United Jewish Congre
gations will be present. Rabbi Simon will aso de
liver a sermon on Friday Eve., Nov. 20, at the
temple. All are Invited.
S. N. MEYER, Sec.
!. L. RLOFT. Pres. nol7-?t
B. F. SAUL BEGS TO ANNOUNCE THAT HERE
after his real estate office will be located on the
northeast corner of 7th and L sts. n.w., instead
of 011 the southeast corner as heretofore. nol7-3t
THE POSTPONED MEETING OF THE DISTRICT
of Columbia Library Association will l>e held at
the usual place and hour on WEDNESDAY EVEN
ING. November 18. Mr. William Richard Smith
will si?*ak on his collection of material relating
to Robert Burns. nol7-2t
4lCcrrect=fornra" Tailoring!
Tailoring that's abreast of the times?up-to-date
In style?correct lu tit?elegant In liuish that's
Gatchel Tailoring.
?Club Tuxedo Suits to order, $4^.
-Kitchener Overcoats to order, $35.
?Soudan Black Suitings to order. $25.
J. Fred Qatchei, Et.
no!7 10d
El ave Your Stove Repairing
attended to before th? holidays. Our work Is
thorough and prompt. Estimates free. Drop postal.
Hi TCHiNMiN &. McCarthy, 520 10th st.
pol7-?l
1904
?==C=A=!L.,=E=N = 0=A=R="S""
? Our collection of 1901 Art Calendars surpasses
?auy stock ever shown In Washington. Pick yours
?out now. Only six weeks before It'll b? 19'>4.
JUDD '& DETWIblLER,
PRINTERS?420-22 11th St., next to Star.
nol7-lod
3c- 3C- 3C- 3C- 3c- 3C
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3C- About QBass.
3C. No matter how large or how small the
.. Glass ord^r may be. we want to talk It
O*-* over with you. We'll quote lowest prices.
Glass of all kinda here.
Window Glass 3c. Pane up.
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n??17-14d
SUPPLIES for OFFICES
BLANK BOOKS, ) ?Writing Fluids. letter Press
I es, Filing Devices. &c. BEST
STATIONERY, I trades at LOWEST PRICES
j for equal qualities. Prompt de
LKGAL FORMS, j livery. 'Phone 686.
C7Agenta for "Simplex" and "Peerless" Punches.
Wm. H. Rupp Co. (Inc.),
421 Eleventh Street N.W.
no! 7 14d
Best Eiectrical Repairing.
? We're now more perfectly equipped than
- ever to execute ELECTRICAL REPAIRING
- of all kinds. Lowest rales consistent with
Mtltftctory work.
? C TTompIete stock "AUTO" SUPPLIES.
Nat'l Ebectrical Supply Co.,
NEW STORE. 1330 N. Y. ave.
nol7-10d
Ciood printing pays big dividends
in good impressions. The best
business investment you can make
is to invest in "McG. & W." Print
McGill& WaHflace, Printers,
1107 E.
rolT 14.1
The full satisfaction afforded by
high-class tailoring comes to all
who wear Owen-made garments.
Owen Owen, T'""r- 423 11th.
no 17 I0d
New Style Types.
1 - progressive business man and man of
affairs naturally wants high class, progressive
printing. We execute the VERY BEST of
ttils clsss. Our ty|**s are not only new?
they are NEW STYLE
l/Wf have one of the largest and best
equlpped plants lu the country and are pre
pared to turn out large orders In shurt time.
Geo.E.Howard,?D4 i2thbt.
PRINTER. ENGRAVER AND STATIONER.
sc24 7M.14
"Dependable tailors."
"P.Iack that stays black" Is the sort of black
fabrics y<ni should buy when ordering a black suit
or overcoat to measure. ? We guarautee all ours,
ai:d we guarantee a saving also.
SCHWARTZ Si PELZMAN. 505 507 7th n.w
se2T? 3m, 14
I /TMl IT I Of our own Importation fre*l?
L^Hj'lUlU?3 I from GERMANY. We nell ANY
i_n FT"* it IT> O I l'ART of a doll, or will repair
111 lu A LPS any doll at the LOWEST
1 PRICE.
II-.?lines & Co.. BI BBER GOODS. 511 0th st. n.w.
ocl-7?t-6
HOR8E8 POR 8ALE
At American Ice Co.'s stables, 0<h st. wharf s.w
loth st. wlisrf s.w., l&th and E sts. n.e , :tloS
Water st. n.w. moi4 ?'.t
A EQ i?R ' s
Sai itary Pure Wiwl
THE IDEAL UNDERWEAR
TYSS0WSK1
DR. DEIMEL'S LINEN MESH.
oel tf 10 72?i 1&TI1 ST.
(20.000 LIFE INSURANCE. $100 PER DAY.
112.0(H) ACCIDENT INSUltAV E. $2?) PER YEAR.
Smaller amounts In pro|s>rti <u. For p.iitlculart
write, giving age ami nddreKS.
WM. B. HARDY. Manager.
468 La. ave.. Washington. D. C.
Agents wan'wl la Maryland. Virginia aod Ols
trlct of Colauibla. |e20-tf.8
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE-IN FINE CONDITION.
Apply to
II B. COBLENTZ,
nol4-8t# (MO Florida ave. n.w.
" JOHN KENNEDY & SON^
f A A| White Ash Pet Cotl, $4.75 i>er ton.
VPjjU prompt delivery.
oc?.lm 4TH ANDT STS. N.E. Pboot K 133.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
OFFICES FOB RKVT - DESIRABLE OFFICE
room* for rent In The Evening 8t?r building at
reasonable rates. Light, beat and Janitor ser
vice Included. apfl-tf
Custom Shirts for Men
As produced by us mean comfort
for those who fail to secure it in the
stock garment. Every like and dis
like has the utmost consideration,
and the fit must be satisfactory to
you or the loss is ours.
Notwithstanding the high quality of material*
and eipertnet* of the entire ahlrtmaklng organ
ization, the prlcvt will be found moat moderate,
?tartlng or low a? $1.50.
We will lie glad to go Into 'he matter In detail
If yon will afford ua the opportunity.
Woodward & Lothrop.
oo31-tf.25
WANTED?EVEKY WEAUKK OK EYEGLASSES
to ?ee ou- new Eyeglasses, made of one piece.
No screw* to work looee.
M. A. Leese, u*DUf?TmbnV?wp,,c1"'
t.f0-78t
SPIRIT! AUSM ---Mil. KKKI.KIt'S WONPERFI'L
seances for ladles and gentlemen Mon., Wed. and
Frl. nights, also Tluirs. 2 p.m., 918 H st. n.w.:
materialization. voices. messages. Telephone 2521
F, front seats. Private Interviews every day.
oc20-ni.w&f22t*
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.
ACCOUNTANTS Pnge 1*
AMISEMENTS I'.ige 10
APARTMENTS TO LET rnge 10
ATTORNEYS l'sge IB
AUCTION SALES I'nfie 20 !
AUTOMOBILES I'stre IS '
BOARDING Page 18
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Page 18
CITY ITEMS Tage It:
DEATHS rnge T>
DENTISTRY Page 1!>
DOGS. CATS, ETC Page 19
EDUCATIONAL Page 17
EXCURSIONS Page lfl
FALL AND WINTER RESORTS Page 17
FINANCIAL Page 3
FOREIGN POSTAL SERVICE Page 17
FOR EXCHANGE Page 111
FOR RENT (Houses) Page IS
?OIt RENT (Offices) Page 18
FOR RENT (Rooms) Page IS
I- Jit RENT (Stables) Page 18
FOR RENT (Stores) Page 18
FOR KENT (Typewriters) Pfige IS
FOR SALE (Houses) Page 19
FOR SALE (Ixits) Page 19 ,
FOR SALE (Miscellaneous) .....Page 19 j
FUNERAL DIRECTORS Page r.
GEORGETOWN HEAL ESTATE Page 19
HORSES AND VEHICLES Page 18
HOTELS Page 19 |
LEGAL NOTICES Page 17
LOAN COMPANIES Page 19
LOCAL MENTION Page 10
LOST AND FOUND Page 18
MARRIED Page 0
MEDICAL Page 17
MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN Page 19
OCEAN TRAVEL Page 10
PALMISTRY Page 18
PERSONAL Page 18
PIANOS AND ORGANS Page 0
POTOMIC RIVER BOATS Page 10
PROPOSALS Page 19
RAILROADS Page 17
REAL ESTATE (Out of City) Page 19
ROOMS AND BOARD Page 18 j
SPECIAL NOTICES Page 3
SUBURBAN PROPERTY Pag" 10
TYPEWRITERS Page IS
WANTED (Apartments) Page IS
WANTED (Help) Page 18
WANTED (Houses) Page IS
WANTED (Lots) Page IS
WANTED (Miscellaneous) Page IS
WANTED (Rooms) I'age IS
WANTED (itooms and Board) Page 18
WANTE"' (Situations) Page 18
WANTED (Stables) rage IS
TO SECURE PAYMENT.
Tug May Be Held Upon Suggestion of
Tax Collector
The corporation counsel has transmitted
to the Commissioners for their approval
?the draft of an order authorizing the har
bor master to receive into his custody for
safe keeping, subject to the order of the
collector of taxes, any tug:, boat or vessel
seized by the collector of taxes under dis
traint for personal taxes against the tlrm
of Taylor Brothers, at 10th and Water
streets southwest.
Mr. E. G. Davis, collector of taxes, re
cently wrote the Commissioners stating
that the Taylor Brothers refused to pay
personal taxes to the amount of $300. w'tli
penalty of $18, assessed against live tug
boats valued at $'JO,<XX> and owned by The
tlrm mentioned. Mr. Davis asked that the
harbor master be directed to take charge
of one of the boats belonging to the firm
and hold the same pending proper action
looking toward the collection of the taxes.
Corporation Counsel Duvall, to whom the
matter was referred. In an opinion submit
ted late yesterday afternoon, stated that It
Is the duty of the collector of taxes to dis
train the goods and chattels of persons fail
ing to pay personal taxes, and after adver
tisement to sell the same at auction. He
says this requires a physical seizure of the
personal property distrained and Its actual
detention by the collector.
"In case of the seizure of the boat," says
he, "I am of the opinion that a proper dis
position of it pending the advertisement
and sale would be to leave It in the care
and custody of the harbor master, if that
officer has under his control facilities for its
safe keeping."
Spanish War Veterans Meet.
At the regular semi-monthly meeting of
Gen. Nelson A. Miles Command, No. 1.
Spanish War Veterans, held last night at
headquarters, 710 tith street northwest.
Corps Adjutant I. N. Dolph presided owing
to the absence of Capt. C. Dyer, who
was reported to be ill. It was announced
that at the next regular meeting officers
will be elected to serve during the ensuing
year.
The announcement was also made that
steps are being taken by Commander Fred.
S. Hodgson and the other corps ntllcers,
and those of the several local commands
and auxiliaries to tender a reception to
Past Commander-in-Chief M. Emmet 1'rell.
who Is recovering from a severe attack of
sickness. It Is proposed to hold this recep
tion In his honor next month In Spanish
War Veterans' Hall.
Teachers In Session.
Special Dispatch to The Evening Star.
ANNAPOLIS, Mil , November 18.?'The
Teachers' Institute of Anne Arundel county
iKgan lta flftha'nnual session in the city pub
lic school here Wednesday. More than a hun
dred teachers are present, fit; Councillor
Hugh H. Riley delivered the address of
welcome, which was responded to by Will
iam H. Purvell) School Examiner Wat hen
made a few remarks on the purpose and
the work of the institute.
AN OLD TIMER
HAS HAl> KXPKIUKNCKS.
A w -niaii who has its*, i Post urn Food ?'offec
since If mine epon the ma*ket H years ago knows
from experience the n- cesslty of using P< stum in
of ?offee if one values health ami a steady
brain.
She say-: ".\* th- * Postum was first put
on the "arket 1 :i ? n lng from nervous dys
pepsia va in;' pb.\ 1 repeatedly told mo
i?ot to v?e ally I decided to take
h?9 a h < ?> and y Postum and got a sample and
l ad earcfriiy prepared, finding it del I e -jus to the
taste. So I continued its use and very soon its
beneficial effects convinced me f lfs vultie for I
got well of uiy nervousness and dyspepsia.
"Mv husband had been drinking Cvffeo all his life
until it had affected ? rves terribly. I per
suaded him to shift to i -urn and It was easy to
get him to make the change for the Postum Is so
delicious. It certainly worked wouders for him.
"We soon learned that Postum does uot ex
hilarate or depress and does not stimulate, but
stlily and honestly strengthens the nerves and
the stomach. To make a long story short our
entire family have now used Postum for eight
years with ccmp.etely satisfying results as shown
In our fine condition of health, and we have no
ticed a rather unexpected Improvement In brain
and u rve power." Name given by Postum Co.,
Battle rrevk. Mleb.
Inr eased brain and nerve power Iways follow
the i'ue of IYs:uiu In plaee of coffee, somollmes in
a veiy marked manner.
I^iok lu each package for a eopy of the iainouft
nr.* book, "The K. ad to WellvilJ*."
THE COURT BECOBD.
District Supreme Court.
COURT OF APPEALS?Present, the Chief
JusMee and Mr. Justice Morris.
Patent appeal No. 233 ? Trissel agt.
Thomas; continued.
Patent appeal No. 237?Liberman agt.
Williams; continued by stipulation.
Patent appeal No. 241?Flora afrt. Powrie;
argument continued by Mr. T,ouis K. Gill
son for appellee and concluded by Mr.
Douglas Dyrenforth for appellant; appel
lant allowed to file reply brief In ten days.
Patent appeal, No. 238?In re application
of Frank A. Freeman; continued by stipu
lation.
No. l,t2-<.?Alfrerl Richards HrlcK Company
apt. Trott et nl.; order admitting Mary A.
Neiison et al. as appellees In place and
stead of Samuel E. Rabbltt. deceased.
No. 176.?Original. Downs et al. agt.
Downs; petition for allowance of special
appeal submitted by Mr. J. E. Laskey In
support of petition, and granted.
EQUITY COCRT No. 1?Justice"Anderson.
Slattery agt. Saul; substitute trustee ap
pointed: complainant's solicitor, Charles
XV. Boyle.
EQl'ITY COURT No. 2-Justlce Gould.
Bache agt. Ridenhour; title declared to
be good In fee simple In complainants; com
plainant's solicitors. Kimball & White.
McRobble agt. McRobbie; motion to re
open cause granted; complainant's solici
tor, B. A. Loekwood; defendant's solicitor,
C. Roys.
Clark agt. McKay; hearing on rule con
tinued till December 2. l!?t'S; complainant's
solicitors, Lambert & Baker.
j McKay agt. Hlchborn; rule as to injunc
tion etc.. returnable December 2. 1!M)3: com
plainant's solicitors, W. M. Springer and
i A. A. Hoehfing. jr.
In re Thomas Lynch, lunatic; committee
authorized to pay board of lunatic; peti
tion* r's solicitor. F. A. Penning.
Sheldon agt. Mclntire; sale decreed and
j appointing W. <5. Johnson and W. A. Gor
j don trustees, bond $(?.".ofHi; complainant's
s< licitors. Gordon & Gordon and W. R.
f>eeble; defendant's solicitor. W. P. Met
! calf.
CIRCUIT COPRT NO t?Jutlce Barnard.
O. Dwyer agt. Northern Market Com
pany et al.; judgment on verdict; appeal
! and leave to deposit $."><> In lieu of bond.
Plaintiff's attorneys. C. 11. Merrillat and E.
Carusi &S011; defendants' attorneys. Arthur
Peter, M J. Colbert, A. B. Duvall and E.
If. Thomas.
Thompson agt. Washington. Alexandria
and Mt. Vernon Railway Company; death
of plaintiff suggested and suit abated. De
fer lant's attorney. A. A Hoeling, jr.
S.nith agt. Wilkins & Co.; judgment by
default. Plaintiff's attorneys, Jr.o. B. Lar
ner and Ralston & Slddons.
Rouzer agl. Corson et al.; judgment by
default. Plaintiff's attorneys. Jos. K. Faguo
and Jno. C. Giltings.
Washington. Potomac and ChesapeakeR.R
Company agt. Chesapeake Beach Railway
Company; on trial. Plaintiffs' attorneys,
Poe & Putnam; defendants' attorneys, F.
D. McKenney and J. S. Flanuery.
CIRCUIT COl'RT NO. 2?Chief Justice
Clabaugli.
Rradshaw agt. Baltimore and Potomac
Railroad Company: verdict for plaintiff for
J1.W0; plaintiff's attorneys, R. F. Downing
and C. A. Keigwin; defendant's attorneys,
F. D. McKenney and J. S. Flannery.
Satterwhlte agt. Knight; verdict for plain
tiff for plaintiff's attorneys. J. L. I
Pugh and Wolf AL- Rosenberg; defendant's
attorneys, Hamilton & Colbert.
Shedd agt. Metzerott; judgment on ver
dict; plr'ntiflf's attorney, Samuel Maddox;
defendant's attorneys, Mackall & Maedel.
Swart agt. Justh; on trial; plaintiff's at
torney. Arthur Peter; defendant's attorney,
L. C. Williamson.
CRIMINAL COl'RT NO. l-Justlcc Prilch
a rd.
United States agt. George Howard, mur
der; ou trial; attorneys, Thomas C. Taylor
and R. R. Horner.
United States agt. Cornelius Johnson,
housebreaking; plea not guilty.
United States agt. Harry Harper. larceny
from United States; plea. not guilty.
United States agt. William Jackson, as
sault with dangerous weapon; bench war
rant returned cepi and defendant commit
ted.
1 nited States agt. James Ilenson, mur
der; nolle pros.
PROBATE COURT.?Justice Anderson.
Estate of Elizabeth S. Dekrafft. will
dated June .S. 1901, filed.
Estate of Mary Kyne, will admitted to
probate and letters testamentary granted to
Bridget McNeely; special bond, $."><>.); at
torneys. Hamilton and Colbert.
In re Olive Wright, et al. petition for
sale of note belonging to Infant's estate
filed; attorney B. F. 1/eighton.
In re Alvin N. Day, order appointing Gar
rett B. Van Nest guardian, bond,
attorneys, Hamilton and Colbert.
Estate of Margaret M. Lacy; order set
ting December 'J1 for trial of issues; attor
neys. J. J. Darlington for caveatees, Bran
denburg & Brandenburg for caveators.
Estate of Jo| n Seihel; will admitted to
probate and letters testamentary granted
to Augusta Seibcl; special bond, $2lH); at
torneys, Brandenburg Brandenbure
Estate of David Slmpeon; wiil admi - d to
probate and letters of administration t. a.
granted to Georgianna R. Simpson; bond!
?2.?; attorney. James 1'. Bundy.
Estate of Stanislaus F. Ryan; order for
rule to show cause; attorneys, Carlisle &
Johnson.
Estate of John Hogan: motion to admit
will to probate and order fixing November
27. 1003, for hearing Attorneys, Mackall &
Maedel. for executrix. Robert Preston
Shea ley and R. I,. Williams, for wards.
Estate of Julia Al. Smith; executor allow
ed to give special bond. Attorneys, Cole & |
Donaldson. ' j
Estate of John Hair; petition for probate
of will filed Attorney, Wm. I,. Elterleh.
Estate of Daniel Ganey; petition for pro
bate of will tiled. Attorneys, Sheeliy &
Sheeliy.
In re Francis J Lusby et al.; order ap
pointing Blair Lee guardian; bond, $2,500;
attorney, Blair Let-.
Estate of Margaret A. Humphreys; nil- ?
swer and petition filed; attorneys. Bar- 1
nard & Johnson.
Estate of Charles L. Pullman; petition j
to authorize executor to acknowledge as
signments; attorney, R. G. Dyrenforth.
Estate of John George Schwab; wrill
dated August 3, 1SP2, filed; attorney, J.
F. Scaggs.
Estate of Margaret Morgan: order rati
fying sale and allowing administrator to
pay counsel fees; attorney, A. B. Keefer.
BAXKRi PTC^ col RT?Justice And rsori.
In le William F. Kelley; petition for re
ceiver dismissed: petitioner's solicitors. E.
A. Jones, Wi.if & Rosenburg; bankrupt's
solicitor. John L. Warren.
NO CHANGE IN E STREET.
Thoioughfare Not to Be Disturbed in
Arrangements for Union Station.
The District Commissioners have decided
that E street northeast from 4th street
east will be left at Its original width,
thirty-five feet, the change being at first
considered iu connection with union sta
tion plaza. This decision will no doubt be
hailed with gratification by the members
of the Northeast Washington Citizens' As
sociation, representatives of which body at
a hearing before the Commissioners yes
terday protested vigorously against the
narrowing of the thoroughfare from thirty
live to thirty feet, c mslderable work has
Iready bei'n done on the street prepara
tory to lessening the width between the
sidewalks on either side, hut the work of
tearing up the thoroughfare will row be
ceased and the curbs wilt be reset r.nd the
Street wiil be placed In the condition in
on it U W3S lj<Jl?ro work was com>neiiced
It is stated that the action of the en
gineer department In ordering the street
narrowed was tak"n during the absence of
Biddle. It was argued that tli.i nar
rowing ot the street would save tii , l)is
fiiet $l..?"o, but the Commissioners after
considering the matter decided that such
action would be an injustice to the resi
dents along the street and in Its vlcln.ty.
Will Inspect Building Gianite.
The District Cor. :ssioners wiil leave
Washington for Phi; tphla Saturday in
order to inspect the n y Bailey, Banks &
Biddle building in that city, which is con
structed of Bethel white granite, the ma
terial out of which it is proposed to build
the new union station.
The sample of the Bethel granite which
was submitted last week to the Commis
? been taken temporarily to the
building occupied by the Instkute of Amer
ican Architects in this city, so that the
members of that organization may inspect
the a ton*. ^
FAIR TONIGHT A^D THURSDAY.
?? -
Cold Wave Tonight; Minimum Tem
perature About 18 Degrees Above Zero.
Forecast till 8 p. n>. Thursday: For the
District of Columbia, fair tonight and
Thursday; oold wave tonight wjth mini
mum temperature about 18 decrees above
zero; continued low temperature Thursday
and Friday; fresli northwesterly winds.
For Delaware, Maryland and Virginia:
Fair tonight and Thursday; coid -wave to
night; continued low temperature Thursday
and Friday; fresh northwesterly winds.
Maximum temperature- past twenty-tour
hours, 00; a year ago. 58.
Weather conditions and general forecast:
The advance over the Canadian maritime
provinces of tho storm from the Pacific has
been followed i:i the Atlantic coast districts
by colder and clearing weather. The high
barometer area from the British northwest
territory now covers the interior of the
country east of the Hocky mountains, and
Its attendant cold wave has reached tlie in
terior of the Atlantic and gulf states.
During tho next twenty-four hours the
cold wave will extend east ana south,
causing freezing temperatures on the south
Atlantic and gulf coasts.
Zero temperatures are reported this morn
ing in the northwest, with a minimum of 26
degrees below zero at Ha vie. Mont.
Tin barometer has fallen rapidly on the
Pacific coast, and a storm is approaching
the north Pacific coast.
Over the eastern and sontheastern dis
tricts fair and cold weather will continue
during the next two or three days.
Oil the Atlantic coast the winds will di
minish in force from the northwest, on the
east gulf coast tlie winds will be fresh
northerly, and on the lower lakes fresh
westerly.
Storm warnings are displayed on the gulf
coast and on the Atlantic coast from New
York to Kev TV est.
Steamers departing today for European
ports will have brisk northwesterly winds,
with showers or snow flurries to the Grand
Banks.
The following heavy precipitation (In
Inches) has been reported during the past
twenty-four hours: Norfolk, 1.00; Nan
tucket, 1.3i'.
Records for Twenty-Four Hours.
The following were the readings of the
thermometer and barometer at the weather
bureau for the twenty-four hours beginning
at 2 p.m. yesterday:
Thermometer: November IT?I p.m.. 00:
8 p.m., 48: lu midnight. 44. November 18?
4 a.m.. 43; 8 a.m.. 40; 12 noon, 30; 2 p.m..
30. Maximum?Ho. at 4 p.m. Novemb- 17.
Minimum?[it), at 2 p.m. November 18.
Barometer: November 17?i p.m.. 2H.KM;
8 p.m.. 20.06; 12 midnight, 30.03. Novem
ber 18?4 a.m., 30.04; 8 a.m., 30.14; noon,
30.10; 2 p.m., 30.1&
Condition of the Water.
Temperature and condition of water at 8
a. m.: Great Falls, temperature, 5<?; condi
tion, 30; Daleearlia reservoir, temperature,
?17; condition at north connection. 30; condi
tion at south connection, 30; Georgetown
distributing i. -ervoir, temperature, 40; con
dition at influent gate house. 30; condition
at effluent gat?- house, 30; Washington city
reservoir, temperature, 4!>; condition at in
fluent gate hojse, 30; condition at effluent
gate house, 30.
Tide Table.
Today?Low tide, 1:15 a. m. and 1.2S p. m.:
high tide, 7:14 a. ni. and 7:34 p. rn.
Tomorrow?Low tide, 2:05 a. m. and 2:15
p. m.; high tide, S:01 a. m. and 8:18 p. m.
The Sun and Moon.
Today?Sun rises, 0:48 a. m.; sun sets, 4:42
p. m.
Moon sets 4:43 p. m.
Tomorrow?Sun rises. 0:40 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 incandescent lamps lighted fif
teen minutes after sunset and extinguished
forty-five minutes before sunrise.
Up-River Water.
I'ippai'-h to The Evening Str.r.
HARPERS FERRY, W. Va., November
18.? Both rivers are <iear here.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
DEAN WOOD HEIGIl TS-r-J ohn W". Gregory ,
et i!X. to Emanuel Brashears, lots 1 and
'2. block 15: $150.
NO. 1323 3D STREET SOFTHWEPT?An
drew Mi Curry to Mary J. Wright, lot
254, squa/e 540; $1,800.
NO. 317 8TH STREET NORTHEAST?
American Security and Trust Company
to Charles H. Feusalirens, lot G, square
010: $10.
NO. 517 14T1I STREET NORTHEAST?
William G. Morgan, administrator, to
Charles Fuss, lot fi, square 1052; $2,250.
Charles Fuss et ux. convey same prop
erty to Frank Vesper; $10.
NO. 1028 17TH STREET NORTHWEST?
; Thornton Carusl to llenry C. Vance, lot
14, square 104: $H>. Henry C. Vance
conveys same property to Mary T. Tur
ner: $1".
TRINIDAD?Charles II. Stout et ux to
J urellBoyd. lot 35, block 6; $l'->.
WEST ECKINGTON?John H. Lane et ux.
to George W. Allison and Joseph D.
Wright, lot 17 block O: $10.
TillRTY -SE<'OND STREET NORTH
WEST between Prospect and N streets
?Heirs of Philip May to Jacob Hersch
man. parts of lots KT and 88, square 1218,
$2<>!?.
N STREET SOl'THEAST between Oth and
loth streets?Lucas P. Loving to Thomas
W. Smith, lots 20 to 43, .VI, 51, .">2, and
original lots 24 and 25, square 053: $lo.
DOVGLASS?James E. Padgett and Edward
J. Bond, trustees, to Monumental Sav
ings Association, lot 14; $500. S:;ine to
same, lot 0": Same to same, lot 23;
.<'. Same to same, lots 05, 153, 1"?4,
150: $200. Same to same, lot 10: fc'i'to.
FLORILA AVENPE NORTHWEST be
j tween North Capitol and 1st streets?
I Clarence B. Rheeni et al., trustees, to
George G. Brown, lot 101, square 014;
| $3,400.
GRACE STREET NORTHWEST between
32d and 33d streets?Elizabeth C. Ross
[ to Terra nee J. McMahan, lot 55, square
| 120o: $10.
| SAMSON STREET NORTH WEFT be
twei n 14th and 15th streets?Penelope
j 1>. Smith to Elinor Wells, west one-half
lot 1<>. square 2<?>: $10.
THIRD STREET SOI'THWEST. between
B and C streets- Emanuel <*. Downham
et ux. to William Ryan, south original
lot 3<?, square fi34; $l<>.
THIRTEENTH 8TREET NORTHWEST,
between T and 1' streets?John 11. and
Mary E. MeCullough to Annette M.
Thomson, part lotb 01, 05, 00, square
237; *10.
AMERICAN CNtVERSITY HEIGHTS?
M. B. Newman et ux. to Litura L. Gray,
lot 41, block 3; $20.
F STREET NORTHWEST, between 1st
and 2d streets?Edwin A Sullivan et ux.
to Ix-wis Holmes, lots 50 to 51, square
507; $10.
ELEVENTH STREET NORTH EAST, he
tween F and (; streets?Joseph C. Wid
mann et ux. to August C. Thour, lot f.4,
square 000, $10.
FIFTEENTH STREET SOFTHEAST, be
tween I and 1< streets?Thomas H. Plrk
ford et ux. to Charles 1.. Richardson,
original lot 8. square lo78; $1<1
ALLEY, between K and L, 20th and 21st
streets northwest?Charles J Butter to
Garrett <\ Maxwell. "Ms 53 and 54;
square 7(1; $10.
No. 133!) 15 STREET NORTHEAST?Lorin
M. Saunders et al., trustees to Y.'ash
ington Savings Bank, lot 70 .square 1034;
$2,i*JO.
CON N E( TIC I" T AVENCE HIGHLANDS?
Connecticut Avenue Highlands Co. to
Maud E. Spanhoofd. lots 24 to 27, block
1; $8.0t".!.7r>.
NOS. 130, 141, 143 B STREET SCT'TH
W;;ST? Benj. P. Trenls to John JJaly,
part, lots lo. 12, 13 square 570; $ in.
SEVENTH ST HEET NORTHEAST be
tween and F streets?Edward Q. Gun
s"n to l.ana May Gtmson, lots 21 and 22,
square 892; $10.
A STREET NORTHEAST between 17th
and 18th streets?Ra ? ? I A. E. Hender
son to Sheliintton !>? ... lot 47, square
1066; $10.
National Granpe Election.
ROCHESTER, N. Y? N vember If -The
following officers were today elected by the
National Orange, Patrons of Husbandry:
National worthy master, Aaron Jones,
South Bend, Ind.; overseer, T. C. Atkinson,
Morgantown; W. Va.; lecturer, Governor N.
J. Bacheluer of New Hampshire; steward,
J. N. Newt, -nb, Golden, Col.; assistant
steward, George S Gaunt, Muliica Hill,
N J.; Chapiafi., W. K. Thompson, Liberty
Hiii, a c.
FINANCIAL.
OPEN FOR SUBSCRIPTION
AND FIRST PAYMENT.
ASSETS, $1,792,291.86.
Subscriptions for the 40th Issue of
(tuck and first payment thereon will be
received dally from 0 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
at the efflre of the Association.
SHARKS I2.B0 EACH.
Pamphlets explaining the object and advantages
of theAt-isooiatlou and other information furnished
ti|H>n application at the office.
ft I
CD-OPERATIVE
BUILDING
m
EQUITABLE BUILDING, 1003 F st. n.w.
John Joj Edson, President.
Kllis Spear, Vice Tresldent.
Geo. W. Casilear, 2d Vice President.
Frank P. Reeside, Secretary. nol8 tf-20
11"
AKING property pay is sim
ply a matter of manage
ment. We are satisfying
our many clients that our
methods of managing property arc
the right methods.
List your vacant houses with us and you*ll
soon be drawing rents.
The F. Si. Smith Co,,
Real K?t.ite, Loans, Investments, Insurance,
11408 N. Y.Ave., iiond Bildg.
nolS-2S.l
ga&gw m m
nphe American Builldiing
W and Loan Association
Incorporated June I, 1895, 907 G St.
Make Your Money
Earn You Money.
By placing your earnings with
this association, your savings will
bear interest at the rate of.^ ~
S. C. Holmpp, Pres. II. V. Eastprllnjar, V.Pres.
y. II. Kioidan, Trcas. Andiew Wilson, Atty.
W. J. Filz'/ell, Secy. F. D. Foster, Asst. Sec.
no 18-if-20
DIRECTORS.
iieorge II. Harries,
1. <2. Kimball,
Wilton J. I.ambcrt,
A. M. Lothrop,
J. II. Ralstcn,
John B. Sleman. jr., #
f. h. smith. interest paid on all
K. Ouimy Siniti,. .
E. N. Waters, SaVHlgS deposits. ?1
Simon Wolf. _
s. w. woodunrd. opens an account.
HJnion Savings Bank,
Bond B3dg., Mth&N.Y. Av.
nolJi-30d
WILL COBLE FRIDAY.
Senator ForakTFs Message From
Justice Wright.
Senator Foraker received a telegram from
Justice Daniel Thew Wrlgnt of the District
Supreme Court saving he will come to
Washington. Friday to make arrangements
for taking r)? his res; ience here.
Naval Orders.
Commander C. K. Curtis has been de
tached from command of the Alliance
and placed on waiting orders.
Commander R. G. Peek, retired, to the
ariny general lioppital at Fort Bayard,
N. M., for treatment.
I.ieut. Commander W. P. White, from
th' Alliance to the Solace.
Knsigns V. A. Kimberly, II. L. Brlnser
ai.il J. T. Howern, from the Alliance to
ti e Columbia.
iCnsign G. Whitlock, from the Alliance
ti the Castine.
Snsign II. K. Cage, from the Alliance to
t!.e Tacoma.
Surgeon C. P. Brownell, from the Al
liance end await orders.
Assistant Paymaster C. G. Mayor, from
the Alliance and await orders.
Naval Constructor W. J. Baxter, from
duty at the Cramp shipyard, Philadel
phia, to charge of the department of
construction and rtpair at the New York
navy yard.
Boatswain J J llolden and Assistant
Gunner J. G. Nickias, from the Alliance
to the Potomac.
Fleads Guilty.
I.tHir Jordan, colored, pleaded guilty In
the United States branch of the Police
Court today to a charge of abandonment,
and was held under .$.">00 bonds to await
action by the grand jury. The woman Is
accused of deserting her babe of six weeks
on the door step of William A. Fravel's res
idence, 1849 Walli.ch street, several days
ago.
Naval Academy's Oldest Graduate.
Mr. John Wilkes of Charlotte, N. C., a
son of Admiral Wilkes, is on a visit to this
city and called upon Secretary Moody this
morning. Mr. Wilkes graduated from the
N: val Academy in the class of 1847, and
is the oldest living graduate of that instl
tu.ion.
Peter Interested in Exposition.
BFI.GKAOK, Servia, November 18.?
King Peter today received In audience
Commissioner ("ridler of the St. I>ouis expo
sition. The king said he would gladly see
Servia represented at St. I.,ouis and prom
ised to recommend the ministers to favor
ably consider the ouestlon.
This is the season of the
year when Scott's Emui
*ion dees some off its best
work. Fortifying the sys=
ienra against the ravages off
winter 5s one off the most
effective uses off Scott's
Emulsion; it buiflds up the
strength of the whole body
and pots one in a heatthy,
vigorous condition.
W ealc Bungs, throattrou=
b?es or bronchtall affections
get more positive heiip and
relief from Scott's Emul=
sic n than from any other
source.
Cod Eiver oil itself is very
scarce Just now; cheap
adulterations and mixtures
off inferior oiSs are offered
everywhere.
This is why Scott's Ennui
sion shouEd be insisted up=
on. It never varies from
the high quality and abso=
Bute purity that has made
it the standard for thirty
years.
We'll mini tgu a ssmi.le free, upon request.
Btxm' \ BOWNE, 4vtl i'eurl Strwt, New Sort.
FINANCIAL.
?Savings Deposits
K?^ ^ X
Received in sums of
$i and up. Interest
X? ? X
fl-floine Sivings Bank,
Em". Seventh & Mass. Ave.
uolS 30d
I DIKEITOR8.
I Carl Aufrlnrli.
? Ale*. S. Clark".
Mirbeal J. Colbert,
I Anthony Caegler,
1 8. I>ana I.lnroln,
Kranrla Miller,
Wm. Miller.
John 11. Uuppert,
Ilenrj Murray,
B. F. Saul.
Jame* K. Shea.
John 8hushni?,
lAhn W flolor
INTERNATIONAL
B A N K 0 N Q
CORPORATION
Washington Branch
14115 Q Street N. W.
Officers of the Army and Navy and Marine Corps
find this Bank invaluable to them both at homo
and on foreign service. By means of its Branches
at San Francisco, Manila, Yokohama, Japan, and
eleewhene the Bank can receive their pay or allot
ment or transmit their money by mall or cable.
The Bank acts as Fiscal Agents for the United
States in China and the Philippine Islands, and is
favorably known in all sections of the world. Its
cable code system is unsurpassed, and as it is able
to deal without intermediary Institutions it of
fers the most favorable rates on Foreign Ex
change.
Capital and Surplus,
$7,894,400.
(Telephone No. 1803 Main.)
rolH-t f,42
?Borrow any sum of
money yoy need %Q/L
off Horning at - oJ>
?on Diamonds, Watches,
?Jewelry or Household
?Goods in storage. Pay
-?back as convenient.
HORNING, Cent"?? bid*.?"pat,Ira.
nol8-28d
Double Your
Life Insurance.
It's practicable and conven
ient with many if they take ad
vantage of our offer to divide
the yearly premium into 12
monthly payments.
No advance In rate.
J. T. Hendrick,
Manhattan Life Ins. Co. of N. Y.,
725 14th St. iSiag
nol6-28d
You Cami
Do More Business
-?You'll find more business coming to you if
you are located in a convenient, well-equipped
building. Offices in the Jenifer bldg. (7th
and I)), including light, heat, janitor and
elevator service?$7 to $20 uio.
Barniard <& Mark,
1412 G at. "The Oval Sign."
nolG-tf-15
Call and
Time Loams
In any amount on Real Estate
and Listed Collateral at pre
vailing rate of interest.
American Security
and Trust
Company.
Capital and Surplus,
$4,100,000.
C. J. Bell,
President,
1405 G Street N. W.
The Little Thoogs.
There is no property too large?and
none too small?to receive our most
careful attention. We have learned
thnugh long years of study and ex
perience that it is the attention to
details that most largely assists in
realizing for you the profits from your
firojierty. Let us show you how these
ittle things count. It may be a
revelation to you.
B. H. WARNER CO.,
926 F Street N.W.
Aetna Banking &
Trust Company,
1222 F St. N.W.
Paid in Capital, $ioo,ooo.
F. AUGUSTUS IlEINZE President
A. B. CLEMENTS Cashier
4 % interest paid on deposits.
Business confined within strict sav
ings bank lines. Banking by mail.
i-olO-tf.28
REAL ESTATE PROPER
LY HANDLED.
We SELL,
We RENT.
We make LOANS.
We pliace INSURANCE.
tiiomas jTfisher & CO.,
Incorporated,
1414 "F" Street Northwest.
oc31-lm
I FINANCIAL.
PERPETUAL '?
BUILDING
ASSOCIATION,
est abushed twentt-one team.
ASSETS. *2.416.793 28.
Gl'KPLUH. $119.83054
JEf'Liii*?!"1 ?t 'be rate of 4 per cent. Interest
paid trery three month*. Interest <? barfed to bof4
rowers. A per cent ?200 for fl month. S1.000 f0<
i Tr ??"?>. ?#.?? tor per month.
Interest od Bulldlag lx>an* cbarced only aa tba
UlSfnf J toS; tIpcD~* ' h*r**4 ?
? *** Htla St.
ANDERW (3 LASS, President.
JOHN OOOK. Secretary. ray 1-If
W. B. Hibbs & Co., *
bankers and brokers.
14119 F Street.
MEMBERS
?n2i tf ie
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE,
WASHINGTON STOCK EXCHANGE
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADB.
+
an AxxcrrfraoED b*
Tlie Mutual Life Insurance
Company of New York,
Richard A. McCurdy, President,
Guarantees ? fixed Income for life, trhlch lacomf
ia protected by over th.e* hundred and eighty
millions of assets, wnirh hare aecumulated la |
successful business experience of sixty years.
For particulars address
THOMAS P. MORGAN,
Manager for District or Columbia.
No. 1333 F it. n.w.
j2^Jd0"t"r7. front room. Telephone Main 112*.
Washington
Loan & Tror-t Co.,
OFFICE. COR. 9TH AND F SI'S.
PAID-UP CAPITA!* $1,000,000
Loans In any amount made on appro.?d raal
estate or collateral at reasonable rate,.
Interest paid up>>n deposit* on monthly bal
anres subject to check.
This company arts aa executor, administra
tor. trustee, agent. tre.~nrer, registrar ao4
In all other fiduciary capariitos.
Boies for rent In burglar and fireproof
vaults for safe deposit and storaga of ralu
able packages.
Real Eatate Department Is prepared to a*
sime the managemti>t of your real eataca.
Careful attention given lo all oetalU.
JOHN JOV EDSON I're.lden#
JOHN A. SWOPE , Vic'.' lE2?,
ELLIS SPEAR vu iwlwt
ANDREW PA KKElt............,.
THOMAS Sra pv Assistant Treasuraf
de20?r3C Rc?' Estata Offlc,
Stocks, con^i',u^?\, stock and
Q 3 C. T. HAVENNER,
VUltJ-ai, Established 1883. 20 years' ?.
perlence.
Cotton. 1>rest- "i,d G*n- Man
930 F st., Atlantic blag.
Separate Department for 1 .adlea.
Correspondent. Stock. Grain and Provision Co.
(Lorlnc wfre). 10 Wall st . New York.
?20ti.!KN> paid capital. Telephone M. 2514.
oc2l> tf.15
Tlhe National Safe Deposit,
Savings and Trust
Company,
CORNER 15TH ST. AND NEW YORK AVB.
CapitaliOne Million Do3Iars
Pays Interest on deposits.
Rents safes Inside H urg la r-proof Vaults.
Acts as Administrator. Executor, Trustee, ete.
Ja7-ff-20
TOW
RttOQS NATIONAL BANK
OF WASHINGTON, D. a
Capital, $11,000,01)0.
SwrpJos, $3,000,003.
EXCHANGE ON
ENGLAND. IRELAND. FRANCE AND GERMANY,
Letters of Credit
AVAILABLE IN ALL FOREIGN PARTS.
BANK COIXECTION8.
ORDERS FOR INVESTMENTS
STOCKS AND 1IONDS. mt>22 tfH
MONEY TO LOAN
4% and 5%
ON DISTRICT REAL ESTATE.
R. 0. HOLTZriAN,
sel5-tf.l4 10th and F sts. n.w.
THE TRADERS
NATIONAL BANK,
loth and Pennsylvania Avenue,
American Express
Travelers' Cheeks,
Foreign Exchange,
AND
Letters of Credit.
Jv4 tf 2oiNOWN 111K WORLD OVER.
Loans on Real Estate
On Easy Monthly Payments.
THE HOME Bl 11,1.INC ASSOCIATION will se
ccmmcdate you If you are building or buvlne for
a ncni? or Investment and need money. ? nil on til?
uudeislgaed and jet Information and take stock.
?i.V! wa- l?.'i?J?lJ"? " * fr"m ?*?>'?* Kollcited.
G'0.n I.INKINS Pres. VYM II WFTZVI See
A 5P?t\9vV .Tli BVW/. i- 2':? ??"
, . J \- . K % 1 E.S. WESTOJTT, Treaa..
iuo7
BANK Kits' LIFE ASSOCIATION. DKS MolVKM*
{""? FOWLER. * General Ajent 1421 Fat!
Iw.'rM fT',rLt'n:
Investment
Securities.
COLLECTIONS.
General Banking.
Lewis Johnson & Co..
1316 F STREET ISI'N BUILDING)
Established 1858.
PRIVATE WIRE TO
MESSRS. MOORE & SCHLET.
Se3Q-tf
locks, Grain, Cotton.
Tel. East 726. Established seven years.
Margin, i Per Cent.
NO INTEREST CHARGES.
Lappon, C2a 7th N w Gor. f.
Sel8-tf. 14
Trade Intelligently by
Keeping Informed.
Read oar
"Guide to Investors'* and "Dally Market Letter.*?
Beth Avenues to Money Making.
Mailed free.
ifilaiigihilt^Free .eCo
Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Cotf-<u.
3428 F Street N. W.,
W 1INGTON. D. a
"Deteru)iij;n_ rharacter and financial re
Bix>nslhllit>- < I : ker la as Important aa selec
tion of right - ' ? mj2o-w>?ii: *64;t-21
X?I i kturc TITl.ii 1N.S1'itANCE CO.
At a regular isor.thlj me?ilng of the Hoard of
Truateen of The IMntrict Title Insurance
pany, held on Thursday, Noveinlr-r 12, 1903, aa
annual dividend of two and one-h?lf (2%) l?^r
ecnt was deelnred. j>ayable after Novcinlier 25,
lWlo. :o sto<*khi ldciK of recuru on N'oveml?er 20,
1903. The transfer IkhjUs of tl'" company will he
elosed from Nov. mber 20, 1903, to Noveml>er
1903. The aetual nvt earnii.gt* of the company
were shown lo bo a fraction ? ver 5 per cent.
W. J. NKYVTON, Pn-sloenf.
Attest: GEO. II. O'CONNoll, S?-cretar.v. ulfi-3i
HONEY AT 4y2 and 5%
Promptly loaned on real estate In lha
Dlstrli t uf Columbia. LOW EST COMMISSIONS,
lieiskell & McLeran,
noli-tf 8 l'A*j b" St. ?.w.

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