EXPERT WATCH REPAIRING AT SPECIAL
prices for August. Watches cleaned. 73e.; main
syrings, 75c.; crystals, Itc. All work warranted
one year. Salan watches and French elecks a
specialty. M%AX GRIEENBERG. 523 10th at. a.w.
We'll Make It Hot
-for you this winter if you'l let us put your
-latroMes an,1 furnaces in good beating order now.
HITt11iNW)N & Me(.ARTiY. 520 10th at. an5-6d
Roof Work That's Praised.
irmermus testimonials testify to the exrellence
of our roof painting and repairing. We guarant-e
Chemical ltoo Paint Co.. T. J. Donovan, Mgr.
Chmial133 F at. 'Phone M. 922.
OUR BEST attention is given
everv order-size is no considera
tion. Acquaint us with your lumber
needs - we'll accommodate you
:7iA)W Ir PRit'ES guaranteed.
VEO. M. IARKLE<, 6"9-*e
BI'iING tATERIAL OF ALL KINDS.
SIElAL NI)Tit'F--WR HAVE ON HAND
$12.t0(t. $N.IMIO and $5,000 to loan on realty in
sums to suit. No delay and moderate charges.
A. A. WILSON & GO.,
an4-St No. 808 7th st. a.w.
You'll Never Know When
It's Warmn -"" h'me *"''ofee .me
equipped with ELEOPRIC
FANS. They insure constant comfort. Prices $8
up. Immediate installation. 'Phone 2948.
C7Bverything in AUTO SUPPLIES.
Nat. Electrical Supply Co.,
Wholesale and Retail 1880 N. Y. aye.
WE PRINT ANYTHING.
OUR PRINTING excels in fin
ish and character-our prices in
reasonableness. Consult us prior
to closing contracts for fall work.
E7Special designs, estimates, etc., furnished.
Geo.E. Howard,714 12thSt.
PRINTER, ENGRAVER AND STATIONER.
- - - -10c.- - - -
FII.IS DEVELOPED WHILE YOU WAIT
By Eastman Iaylight Developer--any ase roll, i0e.
COIAMIIA PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
Just around the corner of 15th at. on N. Y. av.
- - - -1Oc.- - - -
-The'most reliable and expert Roof Paint
era and Repairers in town. All work guar
anteed 8 to 5 years.
Jos. L. Strouse, Mgr., ''"ho ,''M**im
Let us print you some snappy
Mail Cards, Booklets or Folders
-as season starters for fall business. Good print
Ing Prompt delivery.
Ihe Globe Printing Co.s
Now at 14th & E Sts. F;*""d,
Great Blank Book Work
the finest fiat open blank books ever turned out in
America at factory prices. Order now.
HODGES' BOOKBINDERY. 420-22 11th, Next Star.
Your Roof May Be Full
of Holes--Ready to Leak
in the next big rain. Don't delay. Let our
men repair and paint it now as a guarantee
Grafton & Son,ing sE ' 0.
Eyeglasses can't topple
over or slip off when fitted
with the FEAST NOSE
-The only noseplece that fits the nose
and takes a firm, yet gentle, hold.
Fitted to any glasses.
Feast & Co.. Opticians,
my17-3m.20 1213 F Street.
NOTIC 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT. BY ORDER
of the Board of Directors. a meeting of the stock
holders of the Potomac Electric Power Company
Is called, to meet at the onices of the company.
14th and East Capitol streets. In the city of
Washington. on SATUItRDAY. August IA, 1904. at
11 o'cl,ck a.m., for the purpose of considering
and taking the action necessary for the said
company to come under and avail itself of the
prtvisiuns of Chapter XVIII of the Code of Law
for the District of Columbia by a reorganisatlon
ALLAN L. McDERMOTT.
GEORGE H. HARRIES,
R. T. W. DUKE. Jr.,
W. F. HAM.
1y23-18t JAS. B. LACKEY.
WASHINGTON. D. C.. July 20, 1904.
We, the subscribers. have entered into a limited
copartnership under the provisions of Chapter 47,
section 1498 et seq., of the code of law for the
D'atriet of Columbia. and do hereby certify that
the name of the firm under which said copartner
ship is to be conducted is Clark. Davenport &
Cc-mpany; that the general nature of the business
to be transacted i. that of buying, selling and
dealing in furniture, carpets, upholstering, brie
a-brac and housefurnishings of every description
that the names of the general partners of sai(
irm are Edwin S. Clark, residing at No. 2904
14th .t. n.w., Washington, D. C.. and Gilbert
Coblens. residing at No. 2026 Bolton avene
Baltimore. Md., and the name of the specil
pa rtner is Harry C. Weiller, residing at No. 1817
Eutaw place, Baltimore, lid.; that the capital
contributed bythe said Harry C. Weiller as
special partner is twenty thousand dollars
48, .000) in cash: that the period at which said
ei partnership is to commence is July 20. 1904.
and the period at which it wIll terminate Is
July 20. 1907.
EDWIN S. CLA RK.
GILBERT COJBLENS, -
HARRY C. WEIILER,
Witness: MYVER COHEN. jy20-w,f,m.4w
Summer Clearing Sale.
Our large and eaclusive stoek of Neglige Shirts
are especially attractive, but you can get them
new at about cost. Also our excellent stock of
Men's Furnishinga will be closed out at great re
jy22-tf-I0 726 15TH ST.
530 Camera Free.
To introduce our Anti-Trust Photo Papers we will
give a $30 Camera free for the heat and most
artistic photo made on our Anti-Trust paper. Con.
test closed Oct. 1, 1904.
M.A. Lees,Manufacturling Optician,
We Have It.
Damp-proof Paint--Red. $1.26 per gal.:
takes any color for 3d or 8d coat. Try it.
J. T. Walker Sons, "4**. m.L
W. T. BAI.iUS. hi.D)., PHi.D., GERMAN SPE
cialist on Nervous. Kidney and other Diseases.
Doctor's service and medicine. $2. Tel. E. 488.
lioura: IU to 1. 4 to 9. S.E. cor. 0th and P L.w.
my9 tf _______
First Lieut. James E. Abbott, 6th Cav
alry, has been granted leave of absence
for two tnmnths, and First Lieut. Marion
Bt. Wilhoit, Artillery Corps, leave for one
The Navy Department received a report
by cable of the arrival of the Cincinnati at
Chefoo today, and of the departure of the
Callao from Canton for Macao.
Marine Corps Orders.
Lieut. Col. B. R. Russell. retired. has
been detached from duty as secretary of
the board of awards. Navy Department,
and ordered to his home.
Capt. E. E. West has been ordered to as
sume charge of the marine recruiting dis
trict, with headquarters at Pittsburg, re
lieving First Lieut. T. E. Baskatrom, who
as ordered to command the marine guard
on the Chattanooga.
Second Lieut. Frederick Kensel has
been ordered to treatment at the naval
Col. George C. Reid has been granted
leave of absence until August 81, Capt.
Charles E. Lyman until September 15
and Capt. Wade IL Jolly for sixteen days
from August 16.
Assigned to aeginmeats.
Offcers recently promoted have been as
signed to regissents s fellows: Ideut.
CeL. George A. Dodd, to the 30th (avalry;
' ilaaC. Brown. to the 3d Cavalry,
Cp.Conrad 3 a ese to the 1st
F03 BRIDGE APPBOACHR,
Meeting Held to Discuse the Condem
nation Proceedings, -
A meeting was held this mhorning at the
office of Col. Miller of the Engineer Corps,
Pennsylvania avenue and 29th street, for
the purpose of discussing the matter of
condemning property on the Virginia side
of the river to be used as the approach to
the new highway bridge. Under the new
code of Virginia the condemnation pro
ceedings will have to be conducted by the
board of supervisors of Alexandria county,
of which Dr. Rust is chairman. He was
unable to be present this morning, as he
was attacked by a boar yesterday and his
leg was badly wounded. The other mem
bers of the board, W. W. Douglass and
William Febrey, were present.
Commonwealth's Attorney Crandall Mack
ey, George H. Rucker, clerk of the county
court; George E. Garrett, county surveyor,
and J. E. Sickles, former surveyor of the
county, were in attendance at the meeting
in the interest of the county. Mr. Frank
Hume, Mr. Andrew D. Graham, Mr. Frank
Lyon and Mr. Colvin, manager of the Wash
ington, Alexandria and Mount Vernon elec
tric railroad, attended the meeting in the
interest of the property owners along the
proposed line of the approach from the
Alexandria pike to the bridge. Mr. T. L.
Holbrook appeared as the representative of
the brick yard interests across the river.
Three routes were discussed and the mid
dle, or most direct one, was the one favored
by those who were in attendance. The se
lection of this route, it was explained,
would mean the saving of at least 8,OJU
linear feet of travel a day to each team
from the brick yards. The agreement
reached by the engineer and the Virginia
interests is tentative. The route selected
is through the old race track property,
known as Alexander Island, and its con
struction will mean the filling of a con
siderable portion of the marsh in that
vicinity. On account of the topography of
the country the earth to be used in filling
the marsh will have to be hauled a long
distance, and this will materially increase
the cost of construction. It is estimated
that the cost of this work will reach 57,0UU.
The first thing to be done Will be the ap
pointment of five viewers, who will look
over the proposed route and report the ap
proximate cost of the land. This will be
done immediately, as it is the desire of the
engineers to have the land condemned and
work started as soon as possible. Com
monwealth's Attorney Mackey. who will
conduct the proceedings, will do what he
can to expedite matters.
Arrangements for the Care of Persons
Suspected of Insanity.
Arrangements have been made by the
authorities for providing additional ac
commodations at the Washington Asy
lum Hospital for the insane suspects.
sick prisoners and other special patients
sent to the institution. Instead of erect
ing a separate building additional and
more suitable quarters for these patients
will be made by dividing two large
rooms in the hospital by means of par
Building Inspector Ashford and Super
intendent Zinkhan inspected the build
ings at the asylum the other day, and
the Commissioners have approved their
sugestions for additional accommoda
There are at present two large receiv
ing wards suitable for detaining insane
suspects. These two rooms will be di
vided into four rooms. A hall bath room
will be taken out, permitting connection
between the two large wards. Then a
smaller room which has formerly been
used as a store room, adjoining one of the
strong wards, will be fitted up as a cell
suitable for detaining insane suspects,
delirium tremens subjects, sick prison
ers, etc. By this plan there will be pro
vided five cells in the hospital instead of
only two as at present.
It Is believed that this arrangement
will remedy the conditions to a consid
erable extent for the present, until Con
gress can be induced to provide a suit
able separate building for this special
class of patients.
THE PORTO RICAN TEACHERS.
Party to Arrive Here Friday Next
Conference Regarding Program.
Dr. Roland P. Falkner, who will become
commissioner of education for Porto Rico
after October 1, called on Commissioner
Macfarland this morning to confer with
that official relative to the proposed visit
to Washington next Friday of the Porto
These teachers, about 600 in number, have
been attending summer schools in Cornell
and Harvard. The teachers will arrive In
Washington next Friday morning at 11
o'clock over the Pennsylvania railroad, and
w'll leave the city about 4 p.m. They will
be accompanied by Dr. S. M. Lindsay, pres
ent commissioner of education for Porto
Rico, and members of his staff.
Commissioner Macfarland told Dr. Falk
ner that the Commissioners have secured
assistance from members of the Board of
Trade and Business Men's Association, and
other citizens of Washington in providing
for the entertainment of the Instructors
from the little Island. *
The local committees have arranged to
meet the teachers at the Pennsylvania
station and take them on street cars, im
mediately after their arrival, to the Capitol
and the Library of Congress. From the
library the visitors will be taken to the
Arlington Hotel, where they will be wel
comed by the Commissioners, and an in
formal reception will be held by the local
authorities, assisted by representatives of
the Board of Trade and the Business Men's
Association. Luncheon will be served the
visitors at the Arlington, and at 2:30 o'clock
In the afternoon they will be received by
President Roosevelt. The visitors will leave
Washington at 4 p.m. for Philadelphia.
Dr. Falkner expressed to Commissioner
Macfariand his appreciation of the efforts
made by the authorities and associations
and citizens looking toward the entertain
ment of the teachers.
Contractor Notifled of Dereliction in
The District Commissioners are determin
ed to 'do everything in their power to rem
edy the unsatisfactry condition existing
lately with respect to the removal of gar
bage from the residences in Washington.
In evidence of this statement, is the action
of the Commissioners this morning, in ap
proving the following recommendation of
"I move that the Washington Fertilizer
Company be notified that it Is failing to
supply daily service in all parts of the city,
as required by the contract, and that the
Commissioners wiii hold the company re
sponsible for a strict performance of the
contract. The number of complaints now
being received is unusually large."'
Sixty-five complaints relative to the gar
bage service were received at the street
cleaning department today, a slight in
crease over the number received yester
Commissioner West has been assured by
the garbage company that more wagons
will be put into the collectioni service, and
it is believed that the congested cnditions
will shortly be remedied.
Bristow on Vacation.
Joseph L. Bristow, fourth assistant post
master general, left yesterday for Maine,
where he will spend the remainder of the
month. Chief Clerk Conrad will be acting
fourth assistant postmaster general during
the absence of Mr. Bristow.
In strength all
Weather Prophet Sees Nothing but
Clouds and Showers.
Forecast till 8 p.m. Saturday.-For the
District of Columbia, Delaware, Maryland
and Virginia, local rains tonight and Sat
urday; fresh southerly winds.
Maximum temperature past twenty-four
hours, 83; a year ago, 79.
Weather conditions and general fore
cast.-The area of low barometer that
covered Lake Superior Thursday morning
has shifted position slightly to the east
ward, and the rain area that attended it
has advanced over the Ohio valley and
Tennessee; showers have also occurred
along the middle Atlantic coast, in the
south Atlantic and east gulf states, and
in the middle and southern Rocky moun
The temperature has risen in the north
eastern states, and has fallen in the upper
Local rains are indicated for the Atlan
tic coast and eastern gulf states, the up
per Ohio valley and the lower lake region,"
with lower temperature tonight and Sat
urday generally throughout the north
east and middle eastern states. There are
no present indications of a well defined
general storm or a period of high tem
perature for the eastern part of the
Along the middle Atlantic coast fresh
southerly winds will shift to west; on the
south Atlantic and east gulf coasts the
winds will be mostly from the west and
light to fresh; and on the lower lakes
fresh west to northwest winds will pre- (
The following heavy precipitation (in
inches) has been reported during the past
twenty-four hours: Charleston, 2.82; Wil
mington. 2.04; Keokuk, 1.46; Greenwood,
S. C., 2.10; Rome, Ga., 2.10; Greenwood,
Miss., 1.72; Forest City, Ark., 1.62.
Steamers departing today for European
ports will have fresh southerly winds and
partly cloudy weather to the Grand
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-August 4, 4p.m., 82; 8 p.m., 3
77; 12 midnight, 73; August 5, 4 a.m., 72;
8 a.m., 71; 12 noon, 79; 2 p.m., 82.
Maximum, 83, at 3:30 p.m., August 4;
minimum, 70, 7 a.m., August 5.
Barometer-August 4, 4 p.m., :0.03; 8 1
p.m., 30.06; 12 midnight, 30.07; August 5, 4
a.m., 30.02; 8 a.m., 30.0'3; noon, 29.99; 2 p.m.,
The temperature registered today by Af
fleck's standard thermometer was as fol
lows: 9 a.m., 78; 12 noon, 84; 2 p.m., 89.
Condition of the Water.
Temperature and condition of water:
Dalecarlia reservoir temperature, 80; con
dition at north connection, 10; condition
at south connection, 7. Georgetown dis- j
tributing reservoir, temperature, 81; con
dition at influent gate house, 20; condi
tion at effluent gate house, 20. Wash
ington city reservoir, temperature, 80;
condition at influent, 36; condition at ef
Today-Low tide, 8:32 a.m. and 8:31
p.m.; high tide, 1:49 a.m. and 2:02 p.m.
Tomorrow-Low tide, 9:29 a.m. and 9:30
p.m.; high tide, 2:42 a.m. and 2:58 p.m.
The Sun ar.1 Moon.
Today-Sun rises, 5:03 a.m.; Sun sets, d
Tomorrow-Sun rises, 5:04 a.m.
Moon rises, 12:19 a.m. tomorrow.
The City Lights. a
The city lights and naphtha lamps all u
lighted by thirty minutes after sunset; t
extinguishing begun one hour before
sunrise. All arc and incandescent lamps o
lighted fifteen minutes after sunset and
extinguished forty-five minutes before
Specal Dispatch to The Evening Star. t
HARPER'S FERRY, W. Va.. August 5.- e
The Potomac is clear, and_the Shenandoah a
muddy here today.
PERSONAL TAX CONFERENCE.
Law to Be Enforced Against All De- I
Commissioner-West held a conference this I
morning with Collector Davis and Assessor t
Darneille looking toward proceedings a
against persons who are delinquent in the f
payment of personal taxes. In view of the
fact that the law is comparatively new and 1
has been very generally complied with, no
steps have yet been taken toward distrain- t
ing the property of delinquents as author
ized by law; but, in the opinion of the offi
cials named, the time has now come when
the law should be enforced.
The statute as originally enacted was dif
ficult of enforcement, inasmuch as it di
rected the collector of taxes to bring to his
office for sale all property seized for non
payment of taxes. Many cases arose where I
it was impossible to follow out these direc
tions, one instance in particular being the i
seizure of some tugboats on the river.
The necessity for a change in the law was
made apparent to Congress, and now the
law reads that the collector shall secure
the goods and, when possible, store them in I
some safe and convenient place until they
are sold at public auction. Consequently
Collector Davis has been authorized to
confer with the District auctioneers with
the view of undertaking the sale of all
property seized for- non-payment of per- (
montal taxes. Collector Davis and Assessor
Darneille will act in harmony under direc
tion of Commissioner West in carrying the
law into effect.
"It is necessary to enforce the law," said
Commissioner West this morning, "in order
to be able to answer any questions which
may arise when the Commissioners go be
fore Congress during the next session. At
the same time, the record made by the tax
payers of the District is one which is worthy
of high praise. Of the $570,000 assessed as
personal taxes for the year 1903 only about
$10.000 is now outstanding, while the re
ceipts for the fiscal year 1904 have already
reached the sum of $600,000, leaving only
about $40,000 or $50,000 to be collected. It
is doubtful whether any personal tax was
ever levied which met with such general
obedience and was collected with so little
friction. The proposed enforcement of the
law is a matter of justice to those who
have alregdy paid, and must also be taken '3
in order to allow the Commissioners to
present a clean record to Congress."
Decided Drop in Temperature.
A sudden change in temperature through
out the United States is noted in the offi
cial weather report for the twenty-four
hours preceding 8 a.m. today. In Wash
ington there was a fall of 14 degrees; at
Augusta, Ga., the mercury dropped .18 de
grees; Nashville, Tenn., 20 degrees; Indian
apolis, Ind.,-22 degrees. The cool wave
was also felt in the Missouri valley region
and on the Pacific slope. At Davenport,
Iowa,, the temperature dropped 24 degrees;
rat Concordia, Kan., 28 degrees; at. Willis
ton, N. D., 56 degrees; at L4wiston, Idaho,
42 degrees; Phoenix, Aria., 24 degrees;
Walia Walia, Wash., 38 degrees; Red Bluff,
Cal., 36 degrees; Fresno, Cal., 34 degreena
The weather bureau does not regard this
as very unusual, although it is somewhat
exceptional because of the large area cov
Building Permits Issued. C
The following building permits were is
B. H. Warner, one two-story frame dwell
ing, Takoma Park; cost, $2,500.
L. E. Breuninger, three three-story brick y
dwellings, Nos. 312 to 816 12th street north
east; cost, $12,000.
B. H. Warner, one two-story frame dwell
ing, Takoma Park; cost, $2.800. Also two
two-story frame dwellngs, Takoma Park; e
The District Construction Company, three t
one-story temporary frame structures, e
Hoodley Park; cost, $650.
Left to the Goveaaor.
Although the President and the Becre
tary of the Navy are entitled to the privi
lege of selecting the young lady who sea U
ohristen ships built in, governnient navy I
-ad they ilave irected ,tgat the goenrt
of cenneettout be invited to usahee aqse
tion fer the battle ship Conneettest, wats. g
will be laumebed frs the navy vawe R.w
YTe astmbmasr 3L.
Cimely Topics Treated Ej Tomorrow*i
Literary 813le ent.
Readers of The Star 'l ft4 a wealth of
ood reading in tomorrow's big literary sup.
lement, as the followiig~partial lit of
ontents goes to show: ,. Kq;s_
ARIS HAS A NEW DIM Wlliatrated).
People have gone daUr gge a kind 'oi
cream cheese, which sa delicious and
' thought to be possessed-of great medici
N FAR-OFF HAWAII (1htist ated).
A talk with Governor Carter about pres
eat conditions in our i9*pd#n the Pa
cific. By Frank G. Carpen.ter
ULTAN'S NEW NAVY (Illustrated).
He hopes to make Turkey a real sea
power and is taking .active steps to that
EOPLE AND THINGS (Illustrated).
A batch of out-of-the-way stories from
various parts of the globe.
[ER MOUNTAIN TOGS (Illustrated).
What milady needs in the way of clothes
when she goes for a summer outing is
'KEEFE, AKOOND OF SWAT (11.).
Another Installment of Wm. Hamilton Os
borne's entertaining serial story.
HE CHOIR COLUMNS (Illustrated).
Those being erected for the Cathedral of
St. John the Divine, in New York, are
the largest in this country, and it is ne
small undertaking to put them In place.
Here are lots of hints and ideas direct
from headquarters that are sure to in
terest women readers.
[ISSIONARY PRO TEM. (Illustrated).
A delightful bit of fiction written for The
Star by Elliott Walker.
HE QUEST OF BAUTY.
The old-fashioned Indian club drill used
in the navy is a splendid exercise for
women who seek to improve their health
EACHING THE VOTERS.
The publicity work of the executive cam
paign committee in a presidential year is
complex, costly and delicate.
'RUIT DESSERTS NOW.
The wise housewife has all she can of
them these days and here are a number
of tried recipes that she is sure to ap
PRAISE FOB TAYLOR.
ate Rear Admiral Commended by
Secretary Morton has issued a special or
er to' the navy, commendatory, f the serv.
:es to the country of the late, Rear Ad
iiral Henry C. Taylor. After-stating the
onditions of his early life in the navy
nd the official commetldalo, bestowec
pbn him for his part in the baldle of San
lago, and his assumption of ithe -post 01
he chief of the bureau Of navigation, the
rder has this to say of .4mirai Taylor:
"His administration of,liie personnel 01
he navy was marked lia many reforms
rhich grew out of his Geneeption of the
illitary efficiency of the fleet. He labored
encourage mobility in t-he squadrons, en
rgy and initiative on -the par of officers
nd healthy enthusiasm among he enlistec
"It was the navy's 'pisf&ttlde that his
ervice as chief of the b 9,oLggvigation
ame so soon to an.end, tt so distin
uished a career was not Crdeblied by nyinng
is flag in chief command afloat, the prise
f every sea officer's ambition, In peace
nd war his service was distinguished by
igh and various abilities. He was a noble
ype of the accomplished officer and gallant
entleman. The navy mourns his loss.
"As a mark of respect to his memory the
ags of the navy yards and stations and
essels in commission will be displayed at
alf-mast from sunrise to sunset, and thir
sen guns will be fired at noon from the
avy yards and stations on the day after
he receipt of this order."
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
[ADISON STREET NORTHWEST be
tween M and N streets-Chirles Bend
helm et al., trustees, to Benjamin W.
Guy, part lot 30, square 448; $100.
VY CITY-Richard W. Williams et ux. to
Maria Peters, lot 14, block 6; $400.
'OUR-AND-A-HALF STREET SOUTH
WEST between F and G streets-Heirs
of John A. Schnopp to Solomon Cohen,
part original lot 11, square 539; $5.550.
rO. 909 NORTH CAROLINA AVENUE
SOUTHEAST-Laura A. Kants a.t vir,
Robert A., to William M. Lewin, part
original lot 5 and part sublot 16, square
STREET NORTHWEST between 14th
and 15th streets--Melville M. Mofiltt et
ux. to Silas S. Daish, lot 24, square 209;
|LEVENTH STREET SOUTHEAST be
tween E and G streets-Alice C. Palmer,
et vir, Aullck, to Henry V. Casey, sub
lots 22, 28, 24, square 973; $10.
ro. 720 TWELFTH STREET NORTH
WEST-Alexander H. S. Burche et ux.
to William E. Ambrose, north half lot
24, square 288; $100.
STREET NORTHWEST between 5th
and 6th streets-Benjamin F. Leighton
et al., trustees, to Joseph Lavesso, part
original lot 2, square 478; $,555.
.DDITION TO CONGRESS HEIGHTS
Daniel Kendrick et ux. to Joseph C.
and Elisabeth A. Havener, lot 16, block
ELLEY between Q and R streets and 1st
and 3d streets northwest-Anna Ls.
Woodbury to Lafayette Leaman, lot 124,
square 551; $10.
'HIRD STREET SOUTHWEST between B
and C streets-JohanBowie et al. to
Nathaniel Bowie, lot A, square 577; $10.
'WELFTH STREET AND SOUTH CARO
LINA AVENUE SOUTHEAST-Matilda
J. Rothwell et vir, Daniel, to Win. M
Johnson and Joseph E. Jesse, lot 25,
square 991; $4,000.
LLLEY between L and K streets and 20th
and 21st streets northwest-Charles J.
Butler to Martha C. Levy, lots 61 and
62, square 76; $10.'
'OURTEENTH STRElif ROAD--Alvina
M. Quinter et vir, Washington D., to
Win. Keyes Quinter, part Plasant
Plains; $5. William Keyes Quinter to
Washington D. and Alvina M. Quinter,
same p)roperty; $5. -
IRST ADDITION TO AMEICAN UNI
VERSITY PARK-Iaa W Shoemaker
et ux. to Emory L. Bypnum, lots 26 and
27, block 80; $10.
Rear Admiral Capps, ohief tMaval con
tructor, has approved asurvey on the
Ilbany at the navy ya~ a Bremerton,
aling for repairs to cost 100$00 and re
uiring eight months for, completion. He
iso has approved a s& *y for $8,000
'ork en the Nashville at Bodlon, $10,00
'ork on the Sterling at Norfolk and $6,'l00
rork on the Isla de LUson at the navy
The Navy Department has been informed
f the death by drowning et Sh""n'hai of
amnuel Carter, a firmt-4lass uachinist On)
ie torpedo .boat destroyer. Chauncey. He
lsted at Boston and the department
Ives his mother's address as Everett, sas
Lieutenant Commzaner T.m. Bailey has
een detached from the B3wioMyn and as
set enginer of the But Atlantie sta
men theaeeata moi asi
seta mgaw fth
THE COURT RECORD
m.bw ._l c.a.
EQUITY COURT-Justice Barnard..
Wagner against Virginia Alabama Com
pan;y; pro confesso against defendants or
dered; complainant'p solicitors, Cole & Don
Naylor against Naylor; auditor's report
Woodbury against Fleming; rule to show
cause returnable August 9, 1904; com
plainant's solicitor, H. H. Glassie.
In re lunacy of Sarah J. Barclay; order
of discharge granted.
Hannan against Hannan; rule as to con
tempt returnable August 12.
Ballinger against Ballinger; examiner's
fee ordered paid; petitioner's solicitor, Ham
ilton & Colbert; defendant's solicitor, Mr.
Turner against Masters; rule to show
cause returnable August 12; complain
ant's solicitors, E. G. Niles and Jno. S.
Beall agt. Beall; rule as to alimony re
turnable August 10; complainant's solicitor,
J. G. Bigelow; defendant's solicitor, J. H.
Hassan agt. Union Investment Company;
Charles E. Roach and Charles W. Darr ap
pointed receivers; bond, M1,0U0; complain
ant's solicitors, Roach & Watkins; defend
ant's solicitor, Charles W. Darr.
Dement agt. Richards; rule as to execu
tion of deed returnable August 10; com
plainant's solicitors, R. A. Heiskell, W. H.
Acker and M. J. Colbert; defendant's solic
itors, W. C. Prentiss and J. J. Darlington. -
Rawson agt. Ashford; John B. Lamer
substituted trustee to release; complain
ant's solicitor, J. B. Larner.
Kernan agt. Kernan; title to real estate
vested in complainant; complainant's solic
itor, George C. Aukam.
CIRCUIT COURT-Justice Barnard.
Meetse agt. District of Columbia; leave
granted plaintiff to amend declaration
within twenty days. Plaintiff's attorneys,
Thompson & Laskey; defendant's attor
neys, A. B. Duvall and E. H. Thomas.
Shedd & Bro. agt. Sands; judgment by de
fault. Plaintiffs' attorney, Samuel Maddox.
Richmond Stove Company agt. Redmond;
judgment for $180.82, amount admitted in
plea. Plaintiff's attorney, Lucas P. Lov
ing; defendant's attorney, Hayden Johnson.
PROBATE COURT-Justice Barnard.
In re Leo J. Trainor; petition for rule to
show cause filed. Attorneys, A. A. Lips
comb and F. Edw. Mitchell.
In re Jennie Burns; order allowing addi
tional commission to guardian. Attorney,
J. B. Archer.
Estate of Gaetano Repetti; will admitted
to probate and letters testamentary grant
ed to Fred Repetti; bond $500. Attorney,
Estate of J. K. Wilhelmina Kirchner; ca
Estate of Catherine V. Whelan; petition
to advance legacy filed. Attorney, Stuart
Estate of David C. Mooney; letters of ad
ministration granted to Elizabeth C. Moon
ey; bond, $800.
Estate of Henry Kengla; order fixing
August 25, 1904, for trial of issues. Attor
neys Cole & Donaldson, Hamilton & Colbert
and Gordon & Gordon.
Estate of Elizabeth Skelly; will admitted
to probate and letters testamentary granted
to James F. Shea and Cornelius A. Shea;
bond, $1,800. Attorney, G. P. McGlue.
In re Edward Vass et al.; report of trus
tee confirmed. Attorney, W. C. Martin.
Estate of Lewis C. Main; motion for order
framing issues. Attorneys, Barnard &
Estate of Caroline J. Harris; order of
reference to auditor. Attorney, R. H. Mc
Estate of Catherine V. Whelan; order
directing executor to advance legacy. Pe
titioner's attorney, Stuart McNamara; ex
ecutor's attorney. I. W. Nordlinger.
Estate of Eliza Mosher; order amending
previous order. Attorney, D. W. O'Don
Estate of Almira E. Hazel; withdrawal
of caveat filed.
Estate of Jane Roane; letters of admin
istration granted to F. Walter Branden
burg; administrator's bond, $500. Attor
neys. Brandenburg & Brandenburg.
Estate of Louisa Bruseke; will admitted
to probate and letters testamentary grant
ed to Lottie M. Bruseke; bond, $200. At
torneys, Nauck & Nauck.
Estate of Virginia A. Wainwright; will
dated June 10. 1904, filed.
Estate' of Joseph J. Harvey; order fram
ing issue and fixing October 10, 1904, for
trial. Attorneys, Charles W. Darr and
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE.
Charles S. Bundy.
SUBDISTRICT NO. 1.
Edward M. P. Harris, plaintiff, agt.
O'Danahue Coffee Company, defendants;
attachment before judgment on debt, $64.2S
Houghton, Mifflin & Co., plaintiffs, agt.
O'Mar D. Conger, defendant; debt, $42.00
Charles Poe, plaintiff, agt. William M.
Mooney and James H. Ellsworth, defend
ants; damages, $25, for conversion of goods.
Benjamin Berlin, an infant, by his next
friend, Solomon Berlin. plaintiff, agt. the
Washington Fertilizer Company (Inc.), de
fendant; damages, $300.
Fred. L. Sheldon, plaintiff, agt. Walter E.
Clark, defendant; debt, $75 with interest.
Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Com
pany (Inc.). plaintiff, agt. Roland Evans,
defendant; debt, $44.2'); dismissed by plain
tiff; Ralston & Siddons, H. Winship Wheat
Icy, plaintiff's attorneys.
Saks & Co., plaintiff, agt. Mrs. H. Payne,
defendant; debt. $76.86; judgment for plain
tiff upon affidavit.
Samuel C. Mill.
SUBDISTRICT NO. 2.
The Hub Furniture Company (Inc.), plain
tiff, agt. Bridget Mc5weeney, defendant,
replevin; daniages, $90.
James M. Johnston, plaintiff, agt. Leon
Chatelain, defendant; debt. $150.
Richard Seek, plaintiff, agt. Frank H.
Knight, defendant; debt, 8100.
Robert H. Wilkinson, plaintiff, agt. Frank
C. Berens, defendant; damages, $200. F. S.
Key Smith. plaintiff's attorney.
Andrew Saks, Isadore Saks and I. Saks,
trading as Saks & Co.. plaintiffs, agt. W.
S. Virgin, defendant; debt, $7.95; judgment
for plaintiffs on affidavit.
Saks & Co., plaintiffs, agt. J. A. Little.
defendant; debt, 130.25; judgment for plain
The Equitable Purchasing Company
(Inc.), plaintiff, agt. Walter E. Jordan, de
fendant; debt. $10; judgment for plaintiff.
George A. Thurber, plaintiff, agt. the Na
tional Capital Automobile Company, Ferdi
nand D. Stephenson, Claude G. Stephenson,
William L. White and V. S. Colby, trading
as the Washigton Automobile Company,
defendants; damages, $300; judgment for
plaintiff for $161 damages and $4.95 costs.
Albert F. Hades, plaintiff, agt. Henry
Weyl, defendant; debt, $10; dismissed upon
Chas. A. Daly, plaintiff, agt. August W.
Machen, defendant; debt, $36.27; dismissed
The J. C. Ergood Co. (Inc.). plaintiff, agt.
L. A. Grace and.J. W. Nash, defendants;
debt, 532.82; dismissed for want of prosecu
William J. Dante, plaintiff. agt. Mrs.
Mary lD. Floyd, defendant; debt, $70; judg
ment for plaintif8 -on affidavit; F. Walter
Brandenburg, plaintiff's attorney.
Isadore Goldstein,: plaintiff, agt. Rudolph
A. King, Jr., defendant; debt, $77; judgment
Katherine I. Munroe, plaintiff, agt. John
A. Taff, defendant; debt, $300; dismissed for
want of prosecution.
Samuel E. Church.
StjBLISTitICT NO. 3
L. F. Palmer. plaintiff, agt. T. B. Wil
llamson, defendant; debt, $21.99; judgment
for plaintiff. C. F. Diggs, plaintiff', at
L. F. Palmer, plaintiff, agt. H. (. War
nell, defendant; debt; nonsult taken. Plain
tiff's attorney. C. F. Diggs.
The Equitable Purchasing Company,
plaintiff, agt. Mary M. Gilmour, defendant.
judgment satisfied. Plaintiffs' attorney, R.
George D. Horning, plaintiff, agt. George
B. Brown, defendant; debt, $2.50, with In
John B. Daish, plaintiff, alt. W. L. Davis,
defendant; debt for rent, 120.60.
Anson S. Taylor, plaintiff, agt. Fred M,
Dawes, defendant; debt for rent, 129.25.
Heiskell & McLera, plaintiffs, agt. Ed
ward Anderson, defendant;- debt, $19.
Plaintiffs' attorney, R. P. Hilitard.
Chesapeae and Potomae Telephone Comn
, laintift, agg. Ifarry F. SmIth, de
t; A U,$L.0 enmn for plaintiff,
Uainten & Siddn -and N. WlIn p 1Wheat
Angee Byerai at2UE egt. d. Del Blaas0,
annean=esa: udsent fer mlai
$NE,Relton man..and H.. W4angh.
Wheatley, plnatil's at$srneys.
defendants; debt, $2.50; judgment for
plaintILf A N
. - Lewis L. O'lea.
SUBDISTRICT NO. 5.
ERlen Downey. plaintiff, agt. Oscar Cook,
defendant; attachment before judgment for
debt, $21.55; attaching credits in hands of
Washington. Alexandria and Mt. Vernon
Railroad Company, gornishee.
Frederick A. Stier, plaintiff. agt. Robert
Weber defendant; damages, $100; dismissed
Daniel T. Donohoe. plaintiff. agt. Marshall
W. Wines, defendant; debt, $42.10; judgment
for plaintiff, with interest.
Charles -Volland, plaintif, agt John
Funston, defendant; debt. $16; judgment
after trial for plaintiff,-with interest.
- . Randall Webb.
SUBDISTRICT NO. 8.
Saks & Co., plaintiff, agt. C. D. Davis,
defendant; debt, 128.18; dismissed by plain
Christian Xander, plaintiff, agt. C. D.
Davis; debt, $4.25; dismissed by plaintiff.
George N. Jessie, plaintiff, agt. the
Quinn Cuen Manufacturing Company
(Inc.), defendant; debt for rent, $24.
W. F. Johnson and E. J. McQuade, trad
ing as To-Kalon Wine Company, plaintiff.
agt. John M. Harlow, defendant; debt, $26.
H. O. Kimmell, trustee, plaintiff, agt.
John Breen and Mollie Breen, replevin,
Benard Weiss. plaintiff, agt. Henry
Rosenberg, defendant; debt, $09; judgment
John Mariner, plaintiff, agt. Willard
Martin, defendant; detinue damages, $68.
H. B. Paine.
SUBDISTRICT NO. 7.
Thomas F."Hayward, plaintiff, agt. W.
B. Tscheffely, defendant; debt, $150; F. S.
Key Smith, plaintiff's attorney. .
Robert H. Terrell.
SUBDISTRICT NO. 8.
The Howard Severance Company, plain
tiff, agt. Jeff H. Clark, defendant; debt
Wallace Wall Paper Company (Inc.),
plaintiff, agt. Benjamin F. Vernan, defend
ant; debt $75 and $2.07 protest fees.
First National Bank of Poughkeepsie
(Inc.), plaintiff, agt. Thee. A. Taylor and
Elizabeth Taylor, defendants; debt $16222.
Kate H. Harkness, a married woman,
trading in reference to her sole and sepa
rate estate, plaintiff, agt. Augustus J. Stab
ler and Edwin H. Pillsbury, defendants;
damages $200; judgment for plaintiff $180.
Perry W. Browning and Alfred T. Brown
ing, trading as P. W. Browning & Bro.,
plaintiffs, agt. Mary H. Snyder, defendant;
debt $6.16; judgment for plaintiff.
Thomas H. Callan.
SUBDISTRICT NO. 9.
Angelo Myers. plaintiff, agt. John Schlat
terbach, defendant; debt $: 5; judgment for
plaintiff on affidavit. H. Winship Wheat
ley, Ralston & Siddons, attorneys for plain
John D. Lindsay. plaintiff. agt. E. A.
Newman, defendant; debt $40.64; judgment
Emanuel M. Hewlett.
SUBDISTRICT NO. 10.
Josiah S. Moore and Ernest M. Moore,
trading as J. S. Moore & Son, plaintiffs,
agt. Alphonso Amoroso. defendant; debt
$177.30. Ralston & Siddons, H. Winship
Wheatley, plaintiffs' attorneys.
John Mariner, plaintiff, agt. William
Lerch, defendant; debt *58.90.
LIVINGSTON BROWNING DEAD.
Member of the Local Bat Pas*es Sud
Livingston Browning, who had been for
many years a member of the local bar, died
yesterday evening at 6 o'clock at his coun
try home, in Prince George's county, Md.
He had been ill only four days. Funeral
services will be held at the homestead to
morrow afternoon and interment will be
made in the burying ground on the planta
Mr. Browning's wife and five children
William L., Robert E., Andrew Johnson,
Harry M. and Anna M. Browning-survive
him. Mrs. Browning, whom he married in
1878, is a daughter of Dr. Warwick Evans
of this city.
Mr. Browning was born in this city March
15. 1847, and was one of twelve sons of the
late P. W. Browning, one of the earliest
residents of the national capital. He at
tended the 'public schools and later was
graduated from Columbian University.
Through the influence of an elder brother,
Col. William A. Browning, who was secre
tary to President Johnson, Mr. Browning
was appointed by the latter a cadet-at-large
to the West Point Military Academy.
Changing his mind about desiring a career
in the army, he resigned after remaining a
year at the academy and entered the law
department of Columbian University, from
which he was graduated at the head of his
class. He was admitted to the bar in 1867,
but -before he had established himself in
practice he was appointed private secretary
to Andrew Johnson, who had served out his
term as President and was again a senator
from Tennessee. He remained in this
capacity until the death of Mr. Johnson,
and then entered upon the practice of law
in partnership with Mr. T. A. Lambert,
a prominent attorney of this city. The
partnership was dissolved after a short
time, and Mr. Browning continued in prac
tice alone, achieving a high standing at the
bar. He retired from practice in 1888 and
went to live on the old Browning homestead
in Prince George's county.
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FRANC1S B. SMITH,
-savings ALvlN ii. LOTH RoP,
let V. Pres.
-deposits; E. QUINCY SMITHS
-credited D. FUITON HARI
-Semil- JACKSO0N H. RALSTrON,
-annually. L I. KIaMRALL, A.d.
$1 open. a savings account.
Union Savings Bank,
Bond Bldg., l4th& N.Y. Av.
quickly When de- DRCOS
ically in a savings Izii .Clod
account. $I starts A~yGelr
an account. In- Glr
terest paid an- .iiuHrmaa
nually at the rate Mler
Of H~r ury
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The National Safe Deposit,
Savings and Trust
CORB IT ST. AND NEW TORE AT,
Capital,One Million Dollars
Esm. sales it~Mte semim,
Slleerwaro auN val. all kWus Islla a
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W. B. Hibbs & Co.,
sAN1EE AND ao. .
1419 F Street.
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IEMBERS WASHINGTON STOCK UMCfl
CHICAOO BOARD Or TRE&a
4'7th ISSUE OF STOOK
OPEN FOR SUESCRIPTION
AND FIRST PATMENT
SHARES, $L.O EACH.
Subecriptions for the 47th tease et stas*
and drat payarent thereon will be reesNsd
at the etce of the Associatlon. Peer pa
rest interest per am is allowed. Upes
maturity of shares full earnngs are paiM.
Pamphlets expialatag the object and ad.
vastages of the Aaeoelatio and ather in
formatiow furnished upao appiicatloa at tka
EQUITA1.BI BUILDING. 1005 r at. mL.
JOHN JOY EDSON. Prestdent.
ELLIS SPEAR. Vice President.
GEO. W. CASILEAR, 2d V. Pres.
Je20-tf.47 FRANK P. RI"lE, acetw.
Loans on Real Estate
On Easy Monthly Pavments.
THE HOME BUILDING ASSOCIA'FrION wi as.
commodeat you. If you are building or berlfr et
an neto the
appete for lond n ieiandee frm totona oA.TAE. lcat.,Gld
q .W.LINKLNS, Pra.. W H. WErEt . .l+ ,
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OFFICE. COR. 9TH AND I ST.
PAID-UP CAPITAL, $1.000.000.
--- I na ! any amount made n approved reel
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-- Interest paid upon deposits on monthly ba.
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- This company acts as creutor. admtittra.
- tor, trustee, agent, tieasurer. registrar and
- to all other fiduciary capacities.
- Boes for tent In burglar and Sreproet
- vaults for sufL deposit and storage of vala.
- able packages
- Real Estate Department is prepared to rir
-- ate the management of your real estate.
- Careful attention given to all details.
JOHN JOY EDSON....................Preedw
JOHN A. SWOPE .................Vice Presideat
ELLIS SI EAR.............Second Vice President
HARRY G. MEEM.............Assistant Treasures
THOMAS BRAD[LEY...........Real Estate ONedk
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Will loan you money to a--+
build or by a home at David Mei
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payments. Nicholas H. Eas.
Books now open for Treasurer
subscription to stock at James e Shey
the Thirteenth Series. n
Shares of stock, $1.00 each, payable mor.tlp.
SECRETARY'S OFFICE. 643 La. ave. S.W.
MONEY TO LOAN
4l and 5%
ON DISTRICT REAL ESTATE.
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