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SPECIAL NOTICES.
Washington booting oo. (inc.),
EXPERT ROOFERS.
, Men skilled In tb? art of lining the mo?t effective
tout repairing are at jroor service hers. If you
want the old root rnsde like new lot o? know.
Our work I* guaranteed for from 8 to B yen:"*.
Office. 70T 18th.
JOS. L. SXROrSE, Gen. Mgr.
?Phone 102S Main. oclJ-Sm.lO
rational hank or Washington, washino
ton. D. C., December 10, 1IK)8.
Tne annual election for director* of this bans
will tike place at the banking home on Tuesday,
January 12, 1804.
Polls open from 12 m. to I p.m. _
CHAS. E. WHITE, Cashier.
dLlO,17,H.81JaT
DIVIDEND NOTICE. ^
UNION TRUST * STORAGE COMPANY of the
District of Columbia, 1414 F St. n.w., Washing
ton, D. 0. . ..
A quarterly dividend of one per cent on the
capital Stock of the above company has teen de
clared, payable on Jan. 10, 1904, at the Banking
House of the company. _ ?
Transfer books will be closed from December
t 81. 1903. to January in. 1?<>4, Inclusive,
| y. GEORGE E FLEMING, SECRETARY.
:I!HE CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK OF WASH
INGTON CITY.
Washington, D. C., December 10, lflOR.
Tbe annnal election for directors of this bank
i will take place at the banking house on Tues
day. January 12, 1U04. Polls open from 12:80 to
J p m. A. P. RUFF,
t dolO,17.24,81.J?7 Cashier.
SPIRITUALISM. ? THOMAS PAINE. THE AC
thor hero of the revolution, promises to material
fee and speak relative to bis death-bed belief at
heeler's icauce FRIDAY NIGHT. 01S H St.
! del -0t*
" NO CONSUMERS SUPPLIED.
Holiday Supplies
for Retail Grocers.
Order yonr SEEDED RAISINS. CLEANED
-CURRANTS and other Holiday Supplies of
-us to Insure getting satisfactory quality at
-lowest prices.
? Seeded Raisins and Cleaned Currants sold
-In cartons and In bulk.
jCTCall us up for prices.
B. B. Earnsihaw <& Bro.,
WHOLESALE OROCEIIS, 11th and M Sta. S.E.
) It
Electric Clhafing LMslhes.
?A splendid plft for friends living In apart
?menta, hotels, &o., where the use of alcO
?hoi, oil anil other fuels Is restricted.
? t7Your inspection Invited.
fs'at'I Electrical Supply Co.,
NEW STORE. 1330 N. Y. ?Te.
delO- lOd
n SJAKKR OF OH1GLNAL PRLVTINO.
There are other printers in town
1 tvho can give you satisfaction on
' ordinary jobs, but when something
1 out of the ordinary is wanted this
Srint shop" is the place.
eo.E. Howard,? 1412th St.
PRINTER, ENGRAVER AND STATIONER,
oc 24-781-14
GIFT SUGGESTIONS
For Mem and Women.
*THE annual dilemma concerning Xrnas gifts may
' be succetsfully solTed by sn Inspection of our
Mock of "glvables." Here sre articles suitable
for both men and women?Fountain P?ns, Fancy
Boxed Papers, Desk Advisories, etc. Greatest
variety. Ion eat prices.
Vvm. H. Rupp Co. (Inc.),
421 Eleventh Street N.W.
drlO-144
MAGAZINES, bound. POCKF.TBOOK? lettered
per volume,
85c.
In gold or silver,
25c.
1HI O) ITl)n IF3 R??kbindery, Next
il 420-22 11th St. to Star.
del0-6d
Striking Effects Sirs Printing
New types, new Presses, Printers of Abil
ity and lots of new ideas are yours at J. &
D's. They'll turn out an Xrnas or New
Year's announcement you'll be proud to send
out.
JUDB & BETWEILER,
tTh# Leading Printer??420-22 11th (next to Star.)
df 10-It Hi
Have tne Stoves Repaired
?Before the Holidays?Let us look at them now.
?Expert services at lowest charges.
HUTCHINSON & McCarthy, 520 10th st. delO-Cd
12 years'aging
OIlOOIIiaKCI s lends a quality
PF\*M Pvp to Peon. R.vt
1 ' J that's inimitable.
$1.25 Pure and good.
. . Preferred for all
per DOttie. medicinal purposes.
Shoemaker Co.,
der?-8.t,th.3ra.l0
GLASS
For the
XMAS
PICTURE,
3C
Gold Enamel
Beautifies.
Spepd a few cents for Gold
Enamel?It will make the old
est article expensive f]
looking. Price iia/Ws
J*-" ......
Hodgkin's Glass Depot, 7"
del 0-1-Id
?Fast Presses.
?Newest Type.
?Competent Printers.
In fact, every facility to do artis
tic printing quickly and satisfac
torily. Let us estimate.
McGHl& WaLllace, Printers,
1107 E
d*10-14d
?Owen's reputation for High-class
Tailoring is enhanced by every gar
ment he creates. Satisfaction al
ways assured.
Owen Owen,Tailor, 423 11th
delO-lOd
YOU FAY Us LITTLE.
We Save You Much.
?Tlat's why we're busy Painting and Repair
ing Hoofs Let us examine your roof and do
any repairing needed; It costs very little, may
save the price of a new roof.
n,Pmlool ROOF PAINT CO., T J.Donovan,Mgr.
v_nemicai 1333 ?t ?,w. -^bone m. u?2-m.
de?-10d
Equipped to Do QUICK Printing!
?This la the only printing; office In town I
equipped with an Automatic Printing Press. We 1
recently printed 220,000 cards for "Uncle Sam" j
In 6 days. It would have taken 22 days to do :
the work on an ordinary job press. Good print
ing done Quickly at prices within reason.
Bheirv's Printing Office, 413-15 9th.
_ de9-7St-10 I
MAGNETIC MASSAQE.
J. a OLDEN, 1147 17TH 8T. N.W.
Referenda. tdet>-at?) 'PhJue North 3131-M.
Roof Work of the Highest
Excellence.
Consult Grafton k. Bon If tbe Roof Needs
attention. Our work is all over Washington
end we csn refer you to hundreds of real es
tate men and property owners as to the dura
bility of our worlc.
Grafton <& son,
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TAILORING PERFECTION
9 ? ? Is Illustrated In every garment Downey
* ? creates The best fabrics are cleverly put
* * together In the latest styles and In a manner
* ? calculated to Insure a perfect fit.
L. A. DOWNEY, x.uor. 433 nth.
dea-iod
"? G. W. HBISLKY.
Contractor and Builder,
Removed to Room 3,
de8-2flt 1006 F ST. N.W. ^
EDW. JENKINS WILL NOT COLLECT FOR US
in the future. J. T. WALKER'S SONS,
deS-3t 204 10th St. n.w.
Joiiin C. Fay
removed his I-aw Offices to tbe Corcoran bldg.
(third door), corner lflth snd K sts. n w. de.S-20t*
DR. NICHOLSON
Has Kemoved to
1306 H St. n.w.
_ de7 Of -4 'Phone 3288-Y.
I BUY STOCK8 OF MERCHANDISE.
I'll buy your entire stuvk of merchandise, or
any considerable portion thereof, and pay spot
csth. It'll pay you to consult lue at once If you
wish to make s ehsags In location or In tbe na
ture of your business, or sre contemplating re
tiring. Executors, trustees and Insurance coin
pec tas in possession of stocks of goods (new or
damaaod by are and water) will (Lid it to their
bast Interests to consult with me. My business
Is lot tonAued to any one section of tbe country
or to any particular line of merchandise. X buy
anything everywhere. Write or call,
def-tf-ia dAI.M BEHREND. Fredonla Hotel.
AUTOUPBILIBTB. ATTENTION 1 ? A MEETING
. will Se held at toy o?ce. C13 14tli at. n.w..
THUB8I)A\ NIGHT at 8 o'clock, to discuss ways
aad means to compel the enforcement of tbe
speed law against the street railway company
with the ssuie diligence aa la exercised agaluat
the aatomoblllat. Cat every astouioblle tnao at
" riil.TON B. OORDOM, C13 14th U.V.
tXit
SPECIAL NOTICES.
NOTICE.
On and after December 8, Mt. Vcrnjn Steamer
Ct.arlee Macalester will be withdrawn for annual
repairs. Notice will be given prior to resumption.
TAIR MOl"NT VERNON AND MARSHALL
HaLL STEAMBOAT C<>., LIMITED.
By F. MERTLN8, President.
de7-tf-10
RUBBER BOOTS
for Men, W onion and Children; all ?1*?? and the
Terr beat Quality. See the Storm King Booti for
Children. WE 3TIIX REPAIR DOLIJJ.
Holmes * Co.. RCBBER GOODS, 811 Oth at. n.w.
ocl-T8t 6
" DR. FRANK LEECH
baa removed from 1718 14th at. n.w.
to 144S Rhode Island ave.
deBUt* Telephone North 480.
canes. jaeger's LMUKKLLAS
RaUtary Pure Wool
THE IDEAL UNDERWEAR.
TYSSOWSKI BROS.,
DB. DKIMEL'S LINEN MESH.
deS tf.10 720 16TH ST. QI.OTES.
OFFICES FOR RENT?D ESIR AB LB OFF1CK
rooma for rent In The Eveuing Star building ?t
reasonable rates. Light, heat and Janitor ?err
lce included. apo-tr
flfl) AII JOHN KENNEDY ft SON.
Vy/^IL-.. White Aah Pea Coal, $4.76 per ton
Jarkaon Splint, Stove size, $5 per ton.
Full weight. Prompt delivery.
de4-tf 4th and F ata. n.e. 'Phone E. 233
"Dependable tailoring."
ESegant Overcoats
?of black fabrics now in vogue
made up with a distinguishing char
acter to fit you perfectly for... $ 15
SCnWARTZ & PELZMAN, 503-507 7th.
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LEON M. ESTABROOK, BUREAU OF 8TKNOQ
raphy and Typewriting?Beat equipped office In
city for court, committee, convention and general
reporting; expert stenography, typewriting, copy
ing and duplicating. Room 307, Colorado bldg.
deS-aBt^-a
ELECTRIC NOVELTIES
FOR
CHRISTMAS.
I HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF GOOD USE
FUL KLK<7TRIC DEVICES. JUST THE THING
FOR HOLIDAY PRESENTS.
JOHN C. RAU,
624 12TII 6T. N.W.
LOOK FOR THE ELECTRIC CHRISTMAS TREE.
de2-26t,14
Xmas Piano Bargains.
Hardman Upright Piano (used) 1J92'!5
Bradbury Upright Piano (used) $155.00
Other bargains In slightly used Uprights, In
cluding Stleff, Gabler, Miller, Jewett, Wlssner,
Vose and many othera. New Pianos, $200.00 up.
All on easy monthly payments. "Look elsewhere,
but see us before deciding."
O. J. DeMOLL & CO.,
1281 O ST. N.W.
Sole agents for ten different piano manufacturers.
del-tf
Plumbing Reduced for 10 Days.
I sacrifice my profits to keep my beat skilled
plumbers at work; rare opportunity offered. The
Columbia Altera pure hygienic water.
G. W. HANKS. 812 14th at. n.w.; 'phone.
no27-15t*,8
THE 20TH CENTURY EYBtiLASS.
"Built to stsy built;" one piece; no screws to
work loose. Call and see them.
MA II ooeo Manufacturing Optician,
? r*. L.CCSC, eii 8th n.w.
cc9-78t
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.
Notwithatandlng the high quality of materials
and expertness of the entire shirtmaklng organ
ization, the pric k will be found most moderate,
atartlng aa low a^ $1.60. .....
We will be glad to go Into ?be matter In detail
If you will afford ua the opportunity.
Woodward Lothrop.
ocSl-tf.25
SPIRITUALISM?
Mrs. Zoller, soiritual medium, 720 10th st. n.w.
Seance FRIDAY EVENING.
Private Interviews daily. sel5-t,th.g-40t*
?20.000 LIFE INSURANCE. $1.00 PER DAY.
$12,000 ACCIDENT INSURANCE, $20 PE!R YEAR.
Smaller amounts in proportion. For particulars
write, giving age and address,
WM. B. HARDY. Manager,
458 La. ave., Washington. D. 0.
Agents wanted in Maryland, Virginia and Dia?
trict of Columbia. Je20-tf .8
. Army Orders.
Battalion Sergeant Major Albert D. O.
Cottle, 10th Infantry, Presidio of San Fran
cisco, Cal. (infantry cantonment), has been
discharged from the army, by way of favor,
by the commanding officer of his BtaUon.
Contract Surgeon Ernest P. Slater has
been relieved from further duty In the Di
vision of the Philippines and ordered to
Fort Hancock, N. J.
Contract Burgeon Frank ?3. Artaud has
been ordered to the Philippines.
Chaplain Halsey C. Gavltt has been grant
ed twenty-one days' extension of leave of
absence, on account of sickness.
Major John B. Baxter, quartermaster, has
been relieved from duty in the Division of j
the Philippines and assigned to duty as
quartermaster and acting commissary on
the transport Sherman, relieving Captain
Robert L. Brown, quartermaster, who has
been ordered to the Philippines for assign
ment to duty.
First Lieutenant James Bourke, assistant
surgeon, has been relieved from duty at
Fort Sheridan, 111., and ordered to Chicago,
111.
Captain William R. Grove, purchasing
commissary at Kansas City, Mo., has been
ordered to Junetlon City, Kan., on official
business pertaining to the InspecUon of
subsistence stores.
Contract Surgeon L. R. Gorham has been
ordered to the Philippines for assignment
to duty with the 2d Cavalry.
Naval Orders.
Lieutenant Commander I. S. K. Reeves,
from the New York and await orders.
Surgeon C. D. W. Brownell, to the Am
phltrite, with additional duty at the naval
station, Guantanamo, Cuba.
Surgeon G. Plckr^U, to additional duty In
charge or the naval hospital, San Juan,
P. R.
AcUng Assistant Surgeon W. N. McDonell,
from the Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md.,
to the Glacier.
Gunner F. T. Applegate, from the Indiana
to the Iowa.
Gunner O. E. Reh, from the Hancock,
navy yard. New York, to the navy yard In
this city.
Gunner D. F. Digging, from the navy yard
in this city to the Glacier.
Warrant Machinist F. J. McAllister, from
the Missouri and await orders.
Assistant Warrant Machinist M. A. Thor
: mahlen, to the Dolphin.
MEMORY MENDING.
| WHAT FOOD ALONE CAN DO FOR TI1E
MEMORY.
The Influence of food npon the brain and memory
1* so little understood that people are Inclined to
marvel at It.
Take a person who baa been living on improper
ly selected food and put him upon a scientific diet
in which the food Grape-Nuts Is largely used and
the Increase of the mental power that follows is
truly remarkable.
A Canadian wbo waa sent to Colorado for his
health illustrates this point In a moat convincing
manner: "One year ago I came from Canada a
nervous wreck, so my physician said, and reduced
In weight to almost a skeleton and my memory
was so poor that converaatlona had to be repeated
that had taken place only a few hours before. I
was unable to reat day or night for my nervous
system was shattered.
"The change of climate helped me a little, but
It was soon seen that this was not all that I
needed. I required the proper selection of food,
although 1 did not realise It until a friend recom
mended Grape-Nuts to me and 1 gave thla food a
thorough trial. Then i realised what the right
food could do and 1 began to chknge in my feelings
and bodily condition. This kept up untH now after
8 months' us* of Grape-Nuts all my nervous trou
ble has entirely disappeared, I havs gained In
fieab all that I had lost, and what Is more won
derful to me than anything elae my memory Is as
good as it ever was. Truly Grape-Nuts has re
made me all ever, mind and body, vben I never
expected to be well and happy agslu." Name
given by Pestnm Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
There's a reason.
Look In escti package for a copy of the famous
little book, "The Road to WellvlUe."
THE COURT RECORD.
United States Supreme Court.
Thursday, December 10, 1903.
Piesent; The Chief Justice. Mr. Justice
Harlan. Mr. Justice Brewer, Mr. Jus
tice White, Mr. Justice Peckham, Mr.
Justice McKenna, Mr. Justice Holmes
and Mr. Justice Day.
Joseph D. Brooks of Westminster, Md.;
Gilbert L. Dupie of Opelousas, Li.; Joseph
M. Adams of Spokane, Wash.; Thomas
Edwards, Jr., of Washington, D. C., and
Frederick R. Austin of Detroit, Mich., were
admitted to practice.
No. 88. The Brunswick Terminal Com
pany et al. agt. the National Bank of Bal
timore; argument continued by Mr. Henry
W. Williams for the Brunswick Terminal
Company et al., and continued by Mr.
Frank Gosnell for the National Bank of
Baltimore.
No. 86. The Royal Insurance Company,
plaintiff In error, agt. Ruperto Martin, ex
ecutor. etc. Argument continued by Mr.
Fritz von Briesen for the defendant in error
and concluded by Mr. William G. Choate
for the plaintiff in error.
No. 23. Thomas C. Bedford et al., appel
lants, agt. the United States. Argued by
Mr. John C. Chaney for the appellants and
by Mr. Assistant Attorney General Pradt
for the appellee.
No. 87. Mary Shappirlo et al., appellants,
agt. Minnie D. Goldberg et al. Argued by
Mr. Leo Simmons for the appellants and
submitted by Mr. Thomas M. Fields for the
appellees.
No. 88. The Brunswick Terminal Com
pany et al. agt. the National Bank of Balti
more. Argument commenced by Mr. Henry
W. Williams for the Brunswick Terminal
Company et al.
The day call for Thursday, December 10,
is as follows: Nos. 88, 54, !H), 91, 92, 03, 04,
05, 00 and 07.
The probable call for Fridav, December
11. will be as follows; Nos. 00, 01, 92, 03, 04,
05, Oti. ?7, 100 and 101.
District Supreme Court.
EQUITY COURT No. 1?Justice Anderson.
Dee agt. Herfurth; sale finally ratified;
cause referred to auditor; complainant's so
licitors, S. Lyon and R. B. N. Lyon; de
fendant's solicitor, Albert Sillers.
Thorpe agt. Stone; time to take testi
mony limited; complainant's solicitor,
Duane E. Fox; defendant's solicitor, John
Ridout. ?
Turley agt. Snowden; John C. Glttings
appointed trustee; comi)lainant's solicitor,
J. C. Gittings.
Richardson agt. Hensey: pro confesso
against absent defendant; complainant s
solicitors, C. H. Merillat, M. N. Richard
son; defendant's solicitors, A. B. Duvall,
E. H. Thomas, J. J. Weed.
Gordon agt. Gordon: auditor's report
ratified; distribution ordered; complain
ant's solicitor, W. H. Sholes; defendants
solicitors, Birney & Woodard.
Maison agt. Clark; rule to show cause,
returnable December 14, 1903; complain
ant's solicitors, Kimball & White.
Smith agt. Smith; proof before A. H.
Gait, examiner, ordered; complainants so
licitor, E. J. Forrest; defendant's solicitor,
Hayden Johnson.
Warner agt. Warner; proof before Ropt.
S Boswell, examiner, ordered; complain
ant's solicitor. C. W. Clagett; defendants
sclocltor. W. fi. Ambrose.
Howlett agt. Howlett; Sarah A. Howlett
appointed committee of lunatic; bond, Hw,
complainant's solicitor, C. C. Tucker.
McCafTerty agt. Caldwell; attachment for
contempt dismissed; complainant's solicitor.
W. E. Ambrose; defendant's solicitor, H. J.
May.
EQUITY COURT NO. 2?Justice Gould.
Stevens agt. Erskine; modification of
former decree pursuant to stipulation;
complainant's solicitor, E. H. Thomas; de
fendant's solicitor, S. T. Thomas.
CIRCUIT COURT NO. 1-Justice Barnard.
Carver agt. Union Trust and Storage
Company; clerk directed to return to de
fendant or its attorneys money deposited
as a tender herein.
Johnson agt. Cusack; on trial; plaintift s
attorneys, Arthur Peter and A. A. Birney;
defendant's attorney, D. W. O'Donoghue.
CIRCUIT COURT NO. 2?Chief Justice
Clabaugh.
Hearn agt. Capital Traction Company;
verdict for plaintift for $100 and judgment
without costs; plaintiff's attorneys. Penny
packer & Gardiner; defendants attorneys,
R. Ross Perry & Son.
Cave agt. McDermott. receiver; certified
to Circuit Court No. 1 for trial.
Schweitzer agt. Columbia Railway Com
pany; on trial; plaintiff's attorneyss. Bir
ney & Woodard; defendant's attorneys, J.
J. Darlington and R. B. Behrend.
CRIMINAL COURT No. 1?Justice Prltch
ard.
United States agt. Armstead Lewis, as
sault with dangerous weapon; plea guilty.
United States agt. Thomas Stover, rob
bery; plea not guilty.
United States agt. Abraham Wallace, as
sault to rape; plea not guilty.
United States agt. Abraham vV allace, rob
bery; plea not guilty.
United States agt. Abraham W allace, as
sault to rob; plea not guilty.
United States agt. Louis Bertole, house
breaking; plea not guilty. _, . .
United States agt. Wortliington Gilbert,
larceny: plea not guilty.
United States agt. Walter Jones, larceny,
plea not guilty. . ,, .
United States agt. George Marshall, rob
bery* plea guilty.
United States agt. James Williams, house
breaking; plea guilty; sentence to reform
school; attorney, R. A. Hughes.
United States agt. James Williams, vlo
lating sections 5456 and 5478, R.>8. U. 8.,
plea guilty; attorney, R. A. Hughes.
United States agt. Dora High, grand lar
ceny; personal recognizance $100 taken.
United States agt. Harry Rubloff, false
pretenses; trial concluded; attorneys, Mil
ton Strasburger and Julius I. Peyser.
CRIMINAL COURT"NO. 2?Justice Gould.
United States agt. John Southerland,
assault with dangerous weapon; verdict,
not guilty; attorney Campbell Carring
ton.
PROBATE COURT?Justice Anderson.
Estate of Wm. H. Griffin; petition for
letters of administration filed; attorneys,
Hume 8c Bentley. . .
In re Charles W. Klllian et al.; order
confirming sale; attorney, E. E. Holman.
Estate of Olivia V. Blgelow; decree con
ferring letters of administration; attorney,
Philip Tindall. , . .
Estate of Daniel P. Wright; rule to show
cause issued against Mary J. Wright; at
tcrney8, Mlllan & Snrith.
Estate of Sarah E. Proctor; will dated
March 29. 1807, filed.
Estate of John L>. Kurtz; will admitted to
probate and letters testamentary granted
to Annie E. Kurtz; bond, 1200; attorney,
George W. Drew. _
Estate of Harriet G. Fracker; will ad
mitted to probate and letters testamentary
granted to David A. Chambers; bond, *300;
attorney, D. A. Chambers.
Estate of Francis B. Donnelly; will ad
mitted to probate and letters testamentary
granted to Chas. A. Donnelly; bond. $5,000.
Attorneys, Mitchell & Turner.
Estate of William M. Springer; will dated
June Jl, 1900, filed, with petition for pro
bate. Attorney, C. T. Clark.
Estate of Olivia V. Blgelow; supplemental
petition filed Attorney, Philip Tindall.
Estate of Mary E. Fleming; resignation
of A Walton Fleming as co-trustee filed.
Estate of Gilbert Moyers; order to com
promise suit. Attorney, C. C. Cole.
Estate of William H. Griffin: ord?r ap
pointing guardian ad litem. Attorney, R. S.
Hume.
BANKRUPTCY COURT-Justice Anderson!
In re Leonard C. Bailey; decision of ref
er ee sustained; petitioner's solicitors. Berry
& Minor. Hamilton & Colbert; creditor's
solicitor, J. H. Stewart.
Damage Amounts to $50.
An alarm was sounded from box 598
about 8:15 o'clock this morning by Police
man Garvey for a blaze In a room on the
second floor at the house of Edward Brink
ley, 1292 11th street southeast. The fire
was caused by a child setting fire to some
oil in a closet. About (50 damage resulted.
Fails to Keep His Promise.
Buck Scott, fifty-one years old, who was
recently released by Judge Kimball upon a
promise that he would Join a temperance
organisation, was locked up at the ninth
precinct police station this morning be
cause he had been unable to fulfill the
obligation of the organization. He became
so sick that the police had to remove him
to the Washington Asylum Hospital for
treatment.
Junior Class Election.
The junior class of the Washington Col
lege of Law has elected as officers the fol
lowing; President, Miss Florence Ether
idge; treasurer, Mr. Samuel J. Smith, and
secretary. Miss Lilian Brock.
FRESH WESTERLY
Fair Weather Indicated for Tonight
and Friday.
Forecast till 8 p.m. Friday: \
For the District of ColumiiU, faif tonight
and Friday; fresh westerly winds.
For Maryland, fair tonlghtj except snow
and colder In mountain districts." Friday
fair; fresh westerly winds. ?
For Virginia, fair tonight, except snow
and colder In extreme western portion. Fri
day fair; fresh westerly winds.
Minimum temperature past twenty-four
hours, 28; a year ago, 2<). ^ 3
Weather conditions and geperal forecast:
The two storms of Wednesday morning
have merged Into one general disturbance,
which covers the greater portion of the
country east of the Mississippi river. The
storm center overlies the state of Maine,
with a barometer reading of 20.00 Inches at
Portland. Another disturbance of moderate
character is moving over the extreme nortn
west.
Rains and snows have been general east
of the Rocky mountains, except in the mid
dle and southern slopes and gulf states.
Temperatures continue below the seasonal
average, except In the extreme northwest
states.
They have fallen decidedly in the Missouri
and upper Mississippi valleys.
The weather will be fair tonight and Fri
day in the Ohio valley, the middle and
southern states. Along the lower lakes and
In the mountain districts snow will likely
continue.
It will be colder tonight in the lower lake
region and middle Atlantic states.
On the middle Atlantic coast winds will be
fresh to brisk westerly; on the south Atlan
tic coast fresh west to northwest: on the
east gulf coast light to fresh and mostly
northerly, and on the lower lakes fresh to
brisk westerly.
Storm warnings are displayed on the New
England coast.
Steamers departing today for European
ports will have brisk to high westerly winds
with rain or snow to the Grand Banks.
The following heavy precipitation (in
inches) has been reported during the past
twenty-four hours:
Montreal, 1.00; Portland, Me., 1.90; North
, field, 1.08.
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?December 0. 4 p.m., 37; 8
p.m., 32; 12 midnight, 83; Deesgiber 10, 4
a.m., 32; 8 a.m., 30; 12 noon, 40; 2 p.m., 38.
Maximum, 40, at 2 p.m. December 10; min
imum, 28, at 1 a.m., December 10.
Barometer?December 9, 4 p.m., 29.51; 8
p.m., 29.46; 12 midnight. 29.61; December 10,
4 a.m., 29.58; 8 a.m., 29.65; noon, 29.64 ; 2
p.m., 29.63.
Condition of the Water.
Temperature and condition of water at 8
am.; Great Falls, temperature, 86; condi
tion, 36; Dalecarlia reservoir, temperature,
34; condition at north connection, 80; condi
tion at south connection. 36; Georgetown
distributing reservoir, temperature, 35; con
dition at influent gate house, 36; condition
at effluent gate house, 86; Washington city
reservoir, temperature, 84; condition at In
fluent gate house, 36; condition at effluent
gate house, 36.
Tide Table.
Today?Low tide, 6:40 a.m. and 7:07 p.m.;
high tide, 12:27 p.m.
Tomorrow?Low tide, 7:35 a.m. and 8:09
p.m.; high tide, 12:50 a.m. and 1:24 p.m.
The Sun and Moon.
Today?gun rises, 7:10 a.m.; sun eels, 4:34
p.m.
Moon rises, 11:29 p.m. _
Tomorrow?Sun rises, 7:11 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.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
WEST ECKINGTON?V. Calvert Dickey to
Amy Jones, lots 96 and 98, block 8, and
lot 59, block 4; $10.
SECOND STREET SOUTHWEST between
U and V streets?Same to same, south
one-third original lot 8, square 011; $10.
WATER STREET SOUTHWEST between
U and V streets?Same to same, part of
original lot 14, square 667; $10.
NO. 73 DEFREES STREET NORTHWEST
?John Ockerhausen et ux. to Earnest
and Virginia Colbert, lot 91, square 623;
510.
MOORE & BARBOUR'S SECOND ADDI
TION?Frances M. Moore to Eugene A.
Hannan, lot 2, block 6; $10.
FRIENDSHIP AND MOUNT AIRY?Mar
garet O'Brien to Edwin B. Hay and
George T. Parker, trustees, lot 4, block
2; $1.
MOORE & BARBOUR'S SECOND ADDI
TION?Geo. F. Newton et ux. to Levi C.
and Louisa M. Blake, lot 38. block 6;
I $10.
SEVENTEENTH AND Q STREETS
NORTHWEST?Edward Talbott et ux.
to John T. Meany, lot 177 and part lot
176, square 155; $10.
NO. 1210 V STREET NORTHWEST?Alfred
Cammaok to John A. Lankford, lot P,
square 273; $10.
NO. 1409 31ST STREET NORTHWEST?
John Leetch to Victoria E. Leetch, part
lots 90 and 91. square 1257; $10.
NO. 2139 N STREET NORTHWEST?Will
lam J. Dante to Caroline H. McCrea, lot
7, square 69; $10.
NO. 901 3D STREET SOUTHWEST?Ellen
Thompson et ux. to Walter L. Taylor,
lot 50, square 542; $10.
NO. 1410 L STREET NORTHWEST?Susan
S. Hodge to David N. Rust, lots 33 and
44, square 217; $10.
TWENTY-SIXTH AND Q STREETS
NORTHWEST?Walter Daniel to Mattie
R. Slater, lot 88, square west of 1286;
*10. _ ..
N STREET SOUTHWEST between South
Capitol and Half streets. Same to same,
part lot 20, square 653; $10?
NO. 1516 S STREET NORTHWEST?Ed
ward T. Lewis et al. to Philip Metzger,
lot 42, square 192; $10.
No. 1104 K STREET NORTHEAST?Hattle
E. England to James W. and Mary K.
Ryer, lot 18, square north of 980; $10.
PETERS' MILL SEAT?Isabella Reynolds
et al. to Shelton Miller, trustee, part;
110.
TWELFTH STREET NORTHWEST be
tween Massachusetts avenue and L
street. E. Qulncy Smith, trustee, to
James White, lot 10, square 282; $3,946.80.
NORTH BRIGHTWOOD?Chas. C. Lancas
ter to Ella M. Dwlght, lot 15, block 8;
$10.
Mechanics' Lien.
5169. Lee W. Baker agt. Benjamin F.
Shaw and Charles Matthews, lots 40, 41 and
42, square 914; $83.50; attorneys, Duckett &
Dent.
5170. S. Kelghley Metal Celling and Man
ufacturing Company agt. James M. Hines,
lot 25. square 626; 198.
t -
Said Another Man Hit Him.
Edward Johnson, colored, twenty-four
years old, living at No. 2 Alexander court
northwest, was treated at the Emergency
Hospital this afternoon for gji Injury to his
right arm. He said that another man
struck him with a stick. 1 * '
Workman Injured.
George Armor, colored, fdrty years old,
of 345 22d street northwest has one of his
legs hurt by a piece of Iron falling on it
while he was at work at Heurich's brewery
about 1:30 o'clock today. He went to the
Emergency Hospital, where his injury was
dressed.
Suit Against Estate.
Robert L. Ames, through Attorney
Charles H. Merlllat, has Mad suit In the
Supreme Court of the District of Columbia
against Sydney F. Marshall, administrator
of the estate of Miletus J. Wine, deceased,
to recover the sum of $548.34. Mr. Wine
was struck by a railroad train near Takoma
Park and Instantly killed, in 1902. It is
alleged that he owed the plaintiff the sum
sought to be recovered.
John Southerland Exonerated.
A verdlot of not guilty wag Tendered this
afternoon in Criminal Court No. 2 In the
case of John Southerland, Indicted for com
mitting an assault on William Lawrence
with a dangerous weapon. Attorneys
Campbell Carrtngtqji and 8. D. Truftt ap
peared for the defendant
FINANCIAL.
INTEREST
On Savings.
fOU can materially in
crease your income
by depositing your
surplus funds with
banking department of Union
Trust and Storage Co., 1414
F st. n.w.
This company pays
2 per cent per annum
interest on deposits
subject to check at
will.
EDWARD J. STELLWAGEN..President.
JAMES G. PAYNE... 1st Vice President.
GEO. E. HAMILTON.2d Vice President,
Attorney and Trust Officer.
GEO. E. FLEMING Secretary.
OHARI.ES S. BRADLEY Treasurer.
HARRY O. WILSON As?t. Treasurer.
W. FRANK D. HERRON Auditor.
del0-th,s,t-60
The Best Business
Calendar
FREE. *
We've gotten up the best,
most useful Calendar a business
house can have, and will send
you one if you'll postal us.
J.T. Hendrick,
Eastern Dept.
Manhattan Life Ins. Co. of N. Y.
7115 14th St.,
^PbonV M? WO.* '
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ANY changes are made
with the change of year.
If your property hasn't
brought you the income
it should through losses by remain
ing vacant, place it in our hands.
We're successful at renting houses and
keeping them rented.
The F. H. Smith CoM
Real Estate, Loans, Investments, Insurance,
11408 N.Y.Ave., Bond Bldg.
delO-2Sd
INTERNATIONAL
BANKING
CORPORATION
1415 G Street N. W.
For your savings?whether you are employer or
employe?you should have a .bank with a large
capital and surplus to stand between you and any
possible loss. The International Banking Corpora
tion has a capital and surplus of $7,092,173.
Ponder these figures well. They mean a great
deal.
Interest allowed on non-commercial drawing ac
counts and compounded quarterly. A general bank
ing business transacted. del0-tf,28
IU-C CONSOLIDATED STOCK AND
OlUVi\9y GRAIN CO.
Grain, C. T. 21A VENN ER,
/"? Established 1883. 20 years' ei
^OTLtOn. perlence.
Prest. and Gen. Man.
93<0? F St., Atlantic Bldg.
Separate Department for Ladies.
Telephone M. 2514.
no 20-tf, IB
INDEX TO ADVERTISEMENTS.
ACCOUNTANTS Page 18
AMUSEMENTS Page 16
APARTMENTS TO LET Page 18
ATTORNEYS Page 18
AUCTION SALES Page 20
AUTOMOBILES Page 18
BOARDING Page 19
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES Page 18
BUSINESS PROPERTY Page 1ft
CITY ITEMS Page 18
COUNTRY PROPERTY Page 19
DEATHS Page 8
DENTISTRY Page 18
DOGS. CATS, ETC Page 18
EDUCATIONAL Page 17
EXCURSIONS Page 16
FINANCIAL Page 3
FOREIGN POSTAL SERVICE Page 20
FOR EXCHANGE Page 19
FOR RENT (Halls) Hige 18
FOR RENT (Houses) Page 19
FOR RENT (Offices) Page 18
FOR RENT (Rooms) Page 18
FOR RENT (Stores) Page 18
FOR RENT (Typewriters) Page 18
FOR SALE (Houses) '. Page 19
FOR SALE ,L0J) Page 19
FOR SALE (Miscellaneous) Page 18
rUNERAL DIRECTORS Page 5
GEORGETOWN REAL ESTATE Page 19
HORSES AND VEHICLES Page 18
HOTELS Page 19
HOTEL APARTMENTS Page 18
LEGAL NOTICES '. Page 18
LOAN COMPANIES Page 19
LOCAL MENTION.... Page 16
LOST AND * JUND Page 18
MARRIAGES Page 6
MEDICAL Page 19
MONEY WANTED AND TO LOAN Page 19
NEW PUBLICATIONS Page 15
OCEAN TliAVEL Page 16
PALMISTRY Page 19
PERSONAL Page 18
PIANOS AND ORGANS Page 9
POTOMAC RIVER BOATS Page 16
PROPOSALS Page 17
RAILROADS Page 20
ROOMS AND BOARD Page 18
SPECIAL NOTICES Page 8
8UBURBAN PROPERTY Page 18
TYPEWRITERS Page 18
WANTED (Apartments) Page 18
WANTED (Help) Page 18
WANTED (Houses) Page 18
WANTED (Lou) Page 18
WANTED (Miscellaneous) Page 18
WANTED (Rooms) Page 18
WANTED (Rooms and Board) Page 18
WANTED (Situations) Page 18
WINTER RESORTS Page 17
Interstate Commission Rulings.
The Interstate commerce commission has
decided that the defendants in the case of
George J. Kindel and the Denver chamber
of commerce against the Atchison, Topeka
and Santa Fe railroad et al. are justified
in maintaining lower rates from the Pa
cific coast to Missouri river points than to
Denver on rice, hemp, baking powder, blan
kets. books, boot and shoe heels, chocolate,
cocoa and extracts, but that the rate should
not be higher on the other commodities in
volved.
The commission also announced its de
cision In the case of Charles Roth of New
Orleans against the Texas and Pacific rail
road, holding that the railroad should
amend Its tariff so as to provide for mixed
car -loads of lemons and pineapples, and
that It should make reparation to com
plainant for the excess charge above ine
oar-load rate upon the shipment In ques
tion.
Katuralisatton Treaty With HaytJ.
The Senate In executive session yesterday
received the favorable report of the foreign
relations committee on the extension of the
naturalisation treaty between the United
States and HayU.
FINANCIAL.
Splendid Office Rooms
in the Jenifer Building.
?Seventh and D streets.
?t~ to $26 per month.
?Singly or eu tulle.
?Light, bent, janitor am!
?elevator service Included.
Barnard <& Mark, Agents,
"The Oval Sign." 1412 G It.
de9-15d
Hpihie American Building
" and Loan Association.
INCORPORATED JUNE 1, 189B, 807 G ST.
Savings Will Earn 5%.
Why be saddled with a small Interest
when by placing your savings In the "Ameri
can" you 11 get 5 per cent per year? With
drawal any time. Your money secured on I>.
C. property.
8AMUKJL C. HOLMES President
HORACE V. EASTEKL1NO Vice President
WM. J. FRIZZ EIX Secretary
FORREST H. BIOKDAN Treasurer
ANDREW WILSON General Counsel
FRANK D. FOSTER Assistant Secretary
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L D. FOWLER & CO. (INC.), 1421 F ST., DEAL
in stocks, grain and cotton: 28 bales cotton,
912.50 margin; 1,000 bushels grain, $10.00 mar
gin; 10 shares stocks. $10.00 margin. se21-3m-4
E. R. Chapman
<& COo,
Bankers and Brokers,
MEMBERS NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE,
80 BROAWAY, NEW YORK.
Washington Offices,
13011 F Street N.W.,
Arlington Hotel.
G. B. CHIPMAN, Manager.
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Union Savings Bank,
Bond BEdg., 14th & N.Y. Av.
?pays interest
?on savings
?deposits at
?the rate of
3%
$1 or^ns a savings account.
de0-30d _
MERUENTHALER LINOTYPE COMPANY.
New York, December 8, 1003.
At a meeting of the Board of Directors bold this
day a regular quarterly dividend of TWO AND
ONE-HALF PER CENT and an extra dividend of
FIVE PER CENT were declared, payable on and
after December 81, 1903, to the stockholders of
record on Tuesday, December 15, 1903, at three
o'clock p.m.
The transfer books will close on Tuesday, De
cember 15, 1903, at 3 o'clock p.m., and reopen on
Saturday, January 2, 1904. at 10 o'clock a.m.
de9-2t FRED'K J. WARBURTON, Treasurer.
ppens a Savings
Account
Interest paid on
savings deposits at
the rate ? _ .
of 3%
Home Savings Bank,
B'wg. 7 th St. & Mass. Ave.
de9-80d
BANKERS' LIFE ASSOCIATION. DES MOINES,
Iowa. I.. D. FOWIjER. General Agent, 1421 F at.
Learn rates and plan; best straight life In the
world for the money. se2I-8m-4
OFFICERS.
FRANCIS H. SMITH.
Pre,.
ALVIN M. LOTHROP.
1st V. Pre,.
B. QtJINCY SMITH,
2d V. Pre*.
JOHN B. SLEMAN, Jr.,
Sec. and Treas.
JACKSON H. RALSTON,
Atty.
I. O. KIMBALL. And
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DIRECTORS.
Carl Auerbaeh.
Alex S. Clarke,
Michael J. Colbert,
Anthony Gaegler,
S. Dana Lincoln,
Francis ..liller,
Win. Miller
John II. Ruppert,
Henry Murray,
B. F. Saul.
James F. Shea,
John Shu^hrue,
John B. Geler.
Money Deposited
With The
American Security &
Trust Company
Is Subject to Check; Draws
2% Interest,
And is secured by the credit of a company
having- a capital and surplus of
Charles J. Bell.. President
HENRY F. BLOUNT Vice President
JAMES W. WHELPLEY.... Treasurer
JAMES F. HOOD Secretary
WILLIAM A. McKENNEY, Atty. and Trust Officer
WARD THORON Auditor
H. S. REESIDE Assistant Treasurer
C. E. HOWE Assistant Secretary
"5 G Street N,
de8-St
Wasfilflogtoo lyings
Cor. 12th and G Sts. N.W.
Pay* Interest at 3 per cent on NEW SAVINGS
AOLOUNTS from the first of the month following
deposit. Truat companies pay only 2 pei cent.
No* 1, the time to open a new account. Call at
onr Banking Houae for further Information.
de4-3m-14
Home or Investment.
If you have a property to sell?Im
proved or unimproved?urban or sub
urban?let us talk with you as to the
best means of securing a customer at
a fair price. If you are looking for
a home or an Investment, It will be
a strange thing If It cannot be found
among the large number on our lists.
At any rate let us show you how
well we'll try to please you.
B. H. WARNER CO.,
9116 F Street N.W.
Spencer Xrask <$? Co.
BANKERS,
William and Pine Sts., New York.
Investment Securities.
Member* New York Stock Exchange.
Branch OlBce, Albany, N. X.
]*29-to. tbfca-j?4t-21
tocks, Grain, Cotton.
Tel. bat 726. Established seven year*.
Margin, I Per Cent
MO 1NIBBK6T CHARGES.
R. Lappint820 7t]kM.w cor. r.
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FINANCIAL.
Washington
Loan Trust Co.,
OFFICE, Con. 9Tn AND F STS.
PAID-UP CAPITAL* $1,000,000.
Loans In id; amount midc on approved rta)
estate or collateral at reasonable rate*.
Interest paid upon deposits on mootbl/ bal
anres subject to check.
Tbl" company acta ai execntor. S'lmlnlstra
? tor. truatee, agent, treasurer, registrar and
? Is all other fiduciary capacities.
? Boies for rent In burglar and fireproof
vaults for aafe deposit and atdrage of rala
? able packages.
? Real Eatate Department la prepared to a*.
*? eume the management of your real estate.
Careful attention given to all details.
W i0svv^:s;.v.-.v::.v::.v.v.v,;.e
The National Safe DeposTtT
SavJngs and Trust
Company,
CORNER 15TH ST. AND NEW TOIIK AT*.
Capita9:0ne Million Dollars
Taya Interest on deposlti.
Rents safes Inside Burglar-proof Vanlts.
Acts as Administrator. Executor, Trustee, eta.
Ja7-tf-20
TH? *
RIGGS NATIONAL BANK
OF WASHINGTON, D. a
Capitail, $1,000,000.
Surplus, $3,000,003.
EXCHANGE ON
England, Ireland, francb and gehmavt.
Letters of Credit
AVAILABLE IN ALL FOIIEIGN PARTS.
BANK COLLECTIONS.
ORDERS FOR INVESTMENTS.
STOCKS AND BONDS. mh22 tfH
THE TRADERS
NATIONAL BANK,
loth and Pennsylvania Avenue.
American Express
Travelers' Checks,
Foreign Exchange,
AND
Letters of Credit.
KNOWN THE WORLD OVER.
J?4-tf.20
Aetna Banking &
Tryst Company,
1222 F St. N.W.
Paid in Capital, $100,000.
F. AUGUSTUS IIEINZE President
A. B. CLEMENTS..! Cashier
Special Bonking Department for Ladles.
Ladles are invited to open accounts with this In
stitution, where apartments with every possible con
venience have been fitted and eyuipjied for their use.
Write for information telling how to bank by
n'al>- noil ? t f. 28
Loans 011 Real Estate
On Easy Monthly Payments.
TFE HOME HI ILDINO ASSOCIATION will a*
commodate jou. If you are liulliling or buvlng fof
a homo or investment and need money, call on tb#
undersigned and get Information and take stock.
Ai 1 Ucations for loons from agentn solicited.
GEO.W UNKINS i'res. WM.II.WKTZKL, Sec
. 5?? IXth Bt- n w- 2135 II at. n.w.
A S TAYLOR. V. Pres.. E.S.Wr.STCOTT, Treai..
1405 F Ht. n.w. 1U07 l'a. at*, n.w.
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Investment
Securities.
Hlf.LS or exchange.
CABLE TRANSFERS.
TRAVELERS'
CREDITS.
COLLECTIONS.
General Banking.
Lewis Johnson Co.,
1315 F STItEET (SL'N BUILDING).
Established 1850.
PRIVATE WIRE TO
MESSRS. MOORE & SC1ILET.
seSO-tf
HONEY AT 4l/-2 and 5%
Promptly loaned on real estate la the
District of Columbia. LOWEST COMMISSION'S.
Heiskell & McLeram,
nol?-tf-8 1008 F at. n.w.
m OF SUM
OPEN FOR SUBSCRIPTION
AND FIRST PAYMENT.
ASSETS. $1,792,291.35.
Subscriptions for the 40th issue of
stock and first payment thereon will be
received dally from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
at the office of the Association.
SHARES $2.50 EACH.
Pamphlets explaining the object and advantage*
of the Association aud other information furnished
upon application at the office.
eouumli
B
ASSOCIATION!,
EQUITABLE BUILDING. 1003 F at. n.w.
John Joy Edaon, Prealdent.
Ellla Spear, Vice President.
Geo. W. Caallear, 2d Vice Prealdent.
Frank P. Reealde. Secretary. nolS tf 2S
MONEY TO LOAN
4% and 5%
ON DISTRICT REAL ESTATB.
R. O. HOLTZriAN,
sel5-tf,14 10th and F sts. n.w.
PERPETUAL
ASSOCIATION,
ESTABLISHED TWENTY-TWO YEARS.
ASSETS, $2,436,792.23.
SUitPLUS, $119,830.54.
Payi. Intcres. at the rate of 4 per cent. Interest
paid every three uioutLa. Intereat charged to bor
rowers, 6 per cent. $2U0 for $1 month, $1,000 for
$5 per .iiouth, $6,000 for $2% per month.
Interest on Bulldlag Luang charged only a* the
money la uaed. $10 expenses only chsrgcd oo ofc*
taining a loan.
Office. 506 11th St
ANDREW GLASS, Prealdent.
JOHN COOK. Secretary. myl-tf
W. B. Hi fobs & Co.,
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
j 419 F Street.
MEMBERS
an21 -tf-lfl
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANQB.
WASHINGTON STOCK EXCHANGB.
CHICAGO BOARD OF TBADB.
AN ANNUITY ISSUED BT
The Mutual Life Insurance
Company of New York,
Blcbard A. McCurdy. President,
Goaranteea a fixed Income for life, which Income
la protected by over three hundred and eighty
millions of aaaets, which hare accumulated ta a
successful business experience of slxtjr raw
For particulars address
THOMAS P. MORGAN,
Manager for District of CoinaMa,
No. IW r at. n.w.
becond story, front room. Telephone Mali
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