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YAIORL1IT CHAPTER. ROSE CROIX. NO. 1. A. A. S. R.. Southern Jnrisdicton.-The regular monthly meeting will be held at the Cathedral of the Rite. No. 10T 0 st. n.w., at 7:30 o'clock TUKSDAY EVENINO. April 11. Work: 15th, 16th and 17th degrees. J. C. WINEMAN. 32*. Wise Master. GEO. H. WALKER. 33*. Secretary, ap10-2t SPECIAL NOTICES. TIlE WOM.VN'S CHRISTIAN TEMI'ERANCE Union of the lDistrict will hold their quarterly nmventlion in the Eckington I'reany terian Church. North Capitol and Q sta., on TifI;t'R,)AY from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Addresses by Mrs. Margaret Dye Ellis of New .ersey and Rer. Father Hannan of this city. Fine reports. Mrs. CLINTON SMITll. Pres. Mrs. EMMA S. SHELTON, Sec. It l'IIANIF.LIERS. IutASSElHI)S. BRtMAS TABLEI. et.., refinished egnal to new at reasonable rates; alao silver. niekel and tras plating at our fac tory. 12o2 10 at. n.w. SUTiIERLAND & CARtR. apl1-30t*4 W. C. T. V. TIlE Qi'AIITERLY MEETING OF Chapin i'nlon will be hrld WI.)NESIAY. April 12. at 12:30 p.m.. at 522 6th at. n.w.; every lody it lrcome. MitS. T. A. WILLIAMS,'Presi don't. 1t* S1'ECLI.4 [tIVIIDEND. A SI'FCIAL. EXTRA P1IIDEND OF ONE AND THHBEE-44'AR'7IHS l'ER CENT (l1%) of the 'REFEtRED TREASURY STOCK of the ROYAL 1:L1E COM'ANY has been declared, payable to stockholders of record April 30. 1105. ap1l-3t THAT LEAK in your roof isn't getting any smaller. The quicker we repair it the less it'll cost. Written guarantee with every job. Orafton & Son,Ron- Experts." f19th rt. *'honeM.780. apll-10d Outdoor Furniture Touched Up -with our superior enamel Is made new-like, and to last years. Half pint......................25c. ,. MURPHY & CO., io8 G ST. a p]]-tld 1hoomaker'sOldPenn.Rye, -Especially effective in the C?'^5 treatment of throat troubles. * Alsolutely pure and of Per Bottle. exceptionally line flavor. Shoomaker Co., 1Pt1 M. apll-tn.th.Su.10 Owen=Tailored Garments Have an air cf Individu ality tha: makes them de cidedl) preferable to men of discrimindting taste. Artis tic, thorough workmanship. elegant and exclusive fa hrics. Twen, Tailor. 423 1 Ith St. ap11l-d.eSa.10 Iluttering,Spouting, 15c. ft We'll replace the old guttering and spouting with the superior galvanized kind. that'll last years. Chemical tf al'nint Co.. T. J. Donovan. Mgr. Ch mial 1333 F st. -'-bone Main 9122. apt l-fid Summer Building Needs in the way of millwork can be supplied to greatest price ad vantage here. ?7SATISFA(TORY quality-LOWEST prices PROMPT attention assured always. GEO. M. BARKER, N**"ave. D0ORt. SASH, BLINDS. MANTELS. ETC. apl1-d.eSn14 Old Roofs Made New. We'll cure all leaks and make that old roof as good as new at small cost. ,oberetl Tlnner. 512 14th at. n.w. ( Oherths Stove Expert. 'I'lone M. 2739. ap10-1td AN ELEGANT NEW PIANO, $240. A special figure we're quoting during this sale. Both new and used Pianos of standard makes reduced 20 and a0!f. GRIMES' PIANO STORE, 1212 F. Piaros sold on easy terms. You Get Best Blank Books Here at the actual cost of production, and they're made to suit the requ:rements of your particular bosiness. ItIDES' BOOKBINDERY. 420-22 11th-next Star. ap10-d&u-4i A Roberts Filter at $2. ID "good enough"-does the work as well as many $10 Filters-easy to adjust and clean. niUTCIlINON & McCARTHY. 520 10th st. splo-Md THE PERFECT TWINE HOLDER -saves TWINE, -saves TIME. -saves MONEY. -l'riee. 25c. t7lndispensable where quantities of twine are used Investigate it. E.MORRISON PAPERCO., 1009 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. ap10-d.e.'u QUITE the FINEST IMPORTED SPRINO FABRICS we've shown .n many seasons are now ready for your in spection. Notably tich and distinctive patterns. E7Tailoring of unsurpassed excellence. E. H. SNYDER & CO., TAILORS AND IMPORTERS. 1111 Pa. ave. aplOlod SATISFACTORY results are certain if your printing is intrusted to us. Ample facilities guarantee promplt service and highest-class work. E7Secure an estimate on your next order and se . ow reasonable our prices ae GIeo.E.lloward,7 l4i2thSt. P'RINTERt. ENI.RAVER AND) STATIONER. alp10-d,nu-. 14 TIlE ANNU'AL E.LEC'TION 4OF OFFII'ERS AND dire-cto.'s of the Northern Liberty Germnan-Amerl n-an Building Association, No. 6, will hie held at their oiliceNo 511 7th st. n.w.. non WEDNES I'AY. Algll 12. lini3. hetwnen the hours of 10 00ka.m. andi S o'clock p. nlnIl-2t Hi'G;O Kt'ERtit'INE.R. Secretary. J. T. WALKER SONS. 112'' 2.1 st. S.C. A Fl-st-class l'aint at $1.75 gal. will sell for 2 " .eks at $1.45 per gal. CIome quick and get 5 .ething A .. I. Flo--r Varnish Stain, 45c. qt. A MPIL l u MEiN4 OjF TiflE 14TOCK IlLD cr. .f the Nmfolk nand Washnington (D). 4'.) Steam i-ut 4. mpaniy will be heldt at tine offiee of the C.. WED;lNE-SinAY. Maiy 10. 190(5, at 12:450 o'clock 11oon1. Bty order osf the Boasrd of Dnirectors, OIDELL. S. SMItTil. Secretary. apc5-30t,eSu WAM111NOiTON. MAR. 25. 11445. WE, 'THE SUB scribe-rs, have e'nte're-d lntoI a limitedc part nership. under Chap. 47, Sec. 1498 et seq. D). C. Code of Law:il, thenme or pan nershi p is."he DI st rict *f 'lumbita Fire. Patr.'i 4c;" nihe gc-neral nature n-f the bunsi ness Is the. pr't ,ethI'0,n f hsouss aind ar prayerty from fire, bunrglars. etc.. by em tabttbhing a system of patrols; the geineral pnart I.- a ar- S. Canbcy Je~nks and Jules F. 1)1.hI. ,esi de-nt- of the city o'f Blaitimo.re, Md., and the spe mld iarnerI- ia Franels M. thisulm. a resident of I:ltore C'.. Md.; the capital which the ape :oprtn ha contribnuted it the part necrship Ia L'- A thte part ni.raihlypli to conmmenice MIar. 25, lc & n.cn tertnlihSte MIar. 24, 11t07. S. CANBY JiINKs. JI LES F. IIIEHIL. FRAN4CIS MI. CIS. f a L \t. na p1.4.t;..11.13..1.18.24n.22.25.27-12t g71.41 OIn each $1.000 in cash Is the actual result of 20 yeanr Emno.wmnent policies, age 35, issued in 1885 sit mnaturing this year hy TillE PACIFIC I'UTU'AL LIFE INSURANCE CO. OF CALJFORNIA. Equal to sll money back with 3%% compound 1n terest, tweides 20 yea.. insurance free. We chat Iengeu comp'ratsn. n ~n1l on or address - 0. P. F'ICK LEN. General Agent. Inh124 7teSu.11 310-311 Boind Building. Co"slt"" Moey~a at t'e a 4% % l>an-no maiter how small1 or targe It is. STONE & FAIRFAX, 804-n806-808 F Street. fe2-3im. 14 HI ROSENDSURG HAS REMOVED H11S FURNI lure store from 689 La. ave. to 712 K1 st. n.w., where he wIll he pleased to see his old tienda. ja17-tt DR. JAEGER'S ENITARY PURE WOOL UND)ERWKAR Agency, TYSSOWSK I BROS., 726 ISTH ST. ehit Makena. Dlame LJnen Mesh. la2-tt.lo W. T. BALD:1S. M. D)., PH1. D.. GERMAN SPE eiallat on Nervous, Eidney and other Dlseasse aloctor's servIce a"nd medIcine, $% Tel. Maia 2516. Hiouse. 10ta 1.4d ta9. .E.eor. 6th and Fn.w. myli-tf Sewing Machine Bargains. New Drop-head Maae............$18.00 Singer Machias........................1.0 Standard ........................... w20 Machanes sepaired amd warramtei, $1.0, AS *h6-t SIPEIAL 7101 %1 OFFICi oF 3'E LA*BroN MONOPfc 1 MA bolAer LANSTON MOOYPR9ACBE COMPANY will be held at the Betel Fleneb mans, Alexandria, Va., at 12 o'elock neon THURSDAY. the 20th day of April. 1905, for the purpose of electing a board of direetts to serve for the ensuing year and transacting such other business as may Dropery Come before It. T'ee transfer books will be closed on the 8th Inst. at 4 o'clock m., apd will be opened on April 24th at 10 o clock a.m. By order of the Board of Directors. apG-l5t WILFRED BANCROFT, Secretary. An old firm in new offices. A. F. FOX CO., INC., Established 1878. Real Estate Agents. Brokers, Appraisers. N.E. cor. 14th St. & N. Y. ave. n.w. Sales-Rents-Loans-Insurance. mhl.".-f&S Developing FREE. An anti-trust films sold by os will be developd free. TryourAnt-Tri't Photo Paper They satis. M. A. LEESE, '",stia. 1a28-tf 614 9TII ST. N.W. EXI'ERT WATCH REPAIRING AT PRICES THAT will surprise you: Watches cleaned, 75e.: main spr'gs.75e.; crystals. 10e. Foreign watches. French eocks and music boxes a specialty. All work war ranted 1 yr. MAX GREENBERO. 523 10th n.w. fe7-tf.5d.eSu SPIRITUALISM. iNTERESTINt;, CONVINCING AND WONDER ful manifestations in Spiritualism. Mon., Wed. and Fri. nights at Mr. KEELER'S. 918 H at.; pri vate sittings every day. 'Phone 2521 F. 1t* MR. E. MILLON. PSYCHIC. 014 NEW YORK ave. n.w. Private sittings daily. Readings of all kinds. ap8-7t* SPIIIITUALiSM MRS. ZOLLER, SPIRITUAL MEDIUM, 720 10TH N.W. SEANCES FRIDAY EVENING, PRI VATE INTERVIEWS DAILY. ja5-th,s,tu,42t* SHOWERS TONIGHT. Not so Warm; Fresh Westerly Winds, Becoming Northwesterly. Forecast till 8 p.m. Wednesday: For the District of Columbia, Delaware and Maryland, showers tonight and Wed nesday; not so warm; fresh westerly winds, becoming northwesterly. For Virginia, showers tonight and Wed nesday; not so warm Wednesday; fresh southwest to west winds. Weather conditions and general forecast: The western disturbance of Monday morn ing has advanced to the upper Ohio valley. It has been attended by general rains over the Ohio river watershed, the lower lake region, the middle and lower Mississippi valleys, Tennessee, New England and the middle Atlantic states. An area of high pressure covers the mid dle Rocky mountain region, and there are three depressions west of the Mississippi, one in Arizona and two north of Montana and the Dakotas. Snow continues in Wyoming and Colorado and there has been rain in Arizona and New Mexico. It is much colder in the lake region, the Mississippi valley and the middle Rocky mountain and plateau regions. Rain is indicated for tonight in the upper Ohio valley, the lower lake region and the middle Atlantic states, and showers and thunder storms will prevail tonight and Wednesday in the east gulf and south At lantic states. It will be colder in the middle Atlantic states and lower Mississippi valley and east gulf states. The winds along the middle Atlantic coast will be fresh westerly; on the south Atlantic coast fresh southwesterly, and on the east gulf coast fresh west to northwest. The following heavy precipitation (in inches )has been reported during the past twenty-four hours: Shreveport, 3.92; Little Rock, 1.02. Steamers departing today for European ports will have light to fresh westerly winds and occasional Showers to the Grand Banks. Note-The display of storm warnings on Lakes Michigan, Huron, St. Clair, Erie, On tario and Pepin will be resumed for the season on April 15, 1905, and on Lake Supe rior with the opening of the locks at Sault Sainte Marie. Tide Tables. T,,day-Low tide, 6:20 a.m. and 7:15 p.m.; hih tide, 12:04 a.m. and 12:25 p. m. 'omorrow-Low tide, 7:16 a.m. and 8:11 p.ni.; high tide, 12:54 a.m. and 1:19 p.m. The Sun and Moon. Today-Sun rose 5:31 a.m.; sun sets 6:33 p.m. Tomorrow-Sun rises 5:29 a.m. Moon sets 12:39 a.m. tomorrow. The City Lights. The city lights and naphtha lamps all lighted by thirty minutes after sunset; ex tinguishing begun one hour before sunrise. All are and incandescent lamps lighted fif teen minutes after sunset and extinguished forty-five minutes before sunrise. Condition of the Water. Temperature and condition of water at 5 a.m.: Great Falls, temperature, 54; condi tion, 1. Dalecarlia reservoir, temperature, 5; condition at north connection, 1; condi tion at south connection, 10. Georgetown distributing reservoir, temperature, 54; con dition at influent gatehouse, 10; condition at effluent gatehouse, 13. Washington city reservoir, temperature, 56; condition at in fluent, 13; condition at effluent, 17. NOTED CLUB WOMAN DEAD. Death of Mrs. Hutchinson, Grand Niece of President Buchanan. PHILA,D'ELPHIA. April 11.-Mrs James P. Hlutchinson, wife of Dr. James P. Hutch inson and eldest daughter of A. J. Cassatt, president of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, is dead at her home here, after an illness of several weeks. Death was due to a complication of diseases. Mrs. Hutchinson was a grandniece of Pres ident Buchanan. She was a member of the Acorn Club and Sedgely Club. and was an expert horsewoman and golf player. REAY. ESTATE TRANSFERS. CHICI IESTER-J. Harry Shannon to Amanda Selby, lot 22. block 1; $10. H STREET NORTHWEST between 24th and 25th1 streets--Alexander P. Eekel to Alex. E. B. Alford, original lot 9, square 31; 11. H STREET NORTHEAST between 6th and 7th streets-G;iles Bartlett et al. to Law rence A. Chiswell, part original lot 16, sqIuare 859b; $150o. NO. 14131 L STREET NORTHWEST-Mary J. Carver to Philip S. Warren, lot 2, square 214: 810. FOURTEENTH STREET NORTHWEST between S and T streets-Win. A. Co penhaver to Emma C. Copenhaver, lot 205, sqIuare 216; $10). DJEAN WOOD HEIGHTS-John WV. Gregory et ux. to Robert Cephas, lot 16, square lN: 810. BROOKLAND-Florence P. Safford to John F. Diggs, lot 3t, block 29; 810. DOBBRINS' ADDITION-Orville A. Calkins et ux. to P'aul L. Whitmarsh, lot 46, square 21; 810. K A LORA MA H EIGH TS--Manche H. Ma line et vir, Louis D., to Frank Bluren, lot 3, block 7; 810. PETWORTH-William B. Brittain et ux. to J. Harry Carnes, lot 49. square 74; 810. 13061 FLORIDA AVENUE NORTHEAST James W. Ryer et ux. to Charles Hell wig, lot 7, block 1, Trinidad; 810. Army Orders. Second Lleut. William G. Motlow, 24th Infantry, has been relieved from further treatment at the United States Army Gen eral Hospital at Washington barracks, in this city. Sergt. Robert A. Moody, 10th Company, Coast Artillery, upon his own application, has been placed on the retired list of the a rmy. Leaves of absence have been granted as follows: First Lieut. Harry G1. Hiumphreys, assistant surgeon, one month, and First Lieut. William B. Baker, 18th Infantry, one month on account of sickness. Naval Orders. Lieut. D. W. Wurtsbaugh, to the New port for duty in connection with the Naval War College. Midshipman J. A. Mandeville, to the Maryland. Paymaster H. E. Biscoe, from the naval training statio:n, Newport, and aWait or ders. Warrant Machinist C. Hiammond, from the Supply, at Guam, to home and.Wat orders. Acting Want MacMinist .A .2W geh THE: O0U T EOOVD United States ftPieM" Court Present: The Chief JustE,- Mr. Justice Harlan. Mr. Justice Brewer, Mr. Jus tice Brown. Mr. Justice .Wh}te Mr. Justice Peckham, Mr; Justice McKenna, Mr. Justice Holmes and Mr. Just;ce Day. Charles D. Thompson of Jersey City, N. J., was admitted to practice. No. 220. The Atlantic Lumber Company, petitioner, agt. T'e L. Bucki & Son Lum ber Company; on writ of certiorari to the United States circuit court of appeals for the fifth district; dismissed with costs, pur suant to the tenth rule. No. 2412. Nicholas Bowden, executor, et al., appellants, agt. The City and County of San Francisco; continued per stipulation. No. 250. Charles E. Dawson et al., plain tiffs in error, agt. Thomas E. Waggaman, collector, etc.; continued per stipulation. No. 217. Mary K. Walp, plgintiff In error, agt. C. E. Moar et al., copartners as Lamkin & Foster; In error to the supreme court of errors of the state of Connecticut; dismissed with costs on authority of coun sel for plaintiff In error. No. 210. The state of South Carolina, ap pellant, agt. the United States; argument commenced by Mr. Jackson H. Ralston for the appellant and continued by Mr. Solic Itor General Hoyt for the appellee. Proceedings after The Star went to press yesterday: No. 577. Albert C. Gunneson et al., peti tioners, agt. Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway Company; petition for a writ of certiorari to the United States circuit court of appeals for the seventh circuit de nied. No. 580. Memphis Consolidated Gas and Electric Company, petitioner, agt. Jane Letson; petition for a writ of ,certiorari to the United States circuit court of appeals for the sixth circuit denied. No. 585. Charles E. Moore et al., petition ers. agt. Robert B. Betty et al., executors, etc.; petition for a writ of certiorari to the United States circuit court of appeals for the eighth circuit denied. No. 580. Stratton's Independence, Lim ited, petitioners, agt. Tyson S. Dines et al., executors, etc., et al.; petition for a writ of certiorari to the United States circuit court of appeals for the eighth circuit denied. No. 593. The Western Electric Company, petitioner. agt. John F. Hanselmann, Jr.; petition for a writ of certiorari to the United States circuit court of appeals for the second circuit oenied. No. 594. Great Northern Railway Com pany, petitioner, agt. William C. Fowler; petition for a writ of certiorari to the United States circuit court of appeals for the ninth circuit denied. No. 595. The United Engineering and Contracting Company, petitioner, agt. Francis Broadnax; petition for a writ of certiorari to the United States circuit court of appeals for the second circuit denied. No. -. Original (ex parte). In the mat ter of Ol Nifou, petitioner; motion for leave to file petition for writs of habeas corpus and certiorari submitted by Mr. Gilbert F. Little for the petitioner. No. 544. Lee Look, appellant, agt. Robert J. Langford, sheriff, etc.; death of Robert J. Langford suggested and appearance of Frank H. Ross, Jr.. his successor in office as sheriff of the county of Santa Clara, as the party appellee in this case filed and en tered on motion of Mr. James H. Campbell for the appellee. No. 544. Lee Look, appellant, agt. Frank H. Ross, Jr., sheriff, etc.; motions to dismiss or affirm or advance submitted by Mr. James H. Campbell, in support of motions, and by Mr. A. H. Jarman, in opposition thereto. No. 605. Harry L. Jewell, petitioner, agt. city of Superior; petition for a writ of cer tiorari to the United States circuit court of appeals for the seventh, circuit submitted by Mr. Chester B. Masslich for the peti tioner. No. 598. Peter Cahill, owner, etc., peti tioner, agt. Morris & Cummings Dredging Company; and No. 599. Peter Cahill, owner, etc., peti tioner, agt. Annie Olsen, administratrix, etc.; petition for writs of certiorari to the United States circuit court of appeals for the second circuit submitted by Mr. La Roy S. Gove and Mr. James J. Macklin for the petitioner, and by Mr. Albert A. Wray for the respondents. No. 280. The L. A. Kinsey Company et al., petitioners, agt. the Board of Trade of the City of Chicago; leave granted to with draw the appearance of Mr. Charles D. Fullen as counsel for petitioners herein, on motion of Mr. John A. Brown for the peti tioners. No. 402. Louis Auguste Marande et al., plaintiffs in error, agt. the Texas and Pa cific Railway Company; in error to the United States circuit court of appeals for the second circuit; dismissed, per stipula tion. No. 493. Chicago and Western Indiana Railroad Company, plaintiff in error, agt. Thomas Newell; motions to dismiss or af firm submitted by Mr. Harvey Lautz in support of the motions and by Mr. G. W. Kretzinger in opposition thereto. No. 205. Edward Jaster, sr., plaintiff in error, agt. F. M. Currie; argument contin ued by Mr. E. J. Clements for the defend ant in error and by Mr. A. A. Abbott for the plaintiff In error and concluded by Mr. E. J. Clements for the defendant in error. No. 208. The Delaware, Lackawanna and Western Railroad Company, plaintiff in er ror, agt. The Commonwealth of Pennsyl vania; argument commenced by Mr. M. E. Olmsted for the plaintiff in error, contin ued by Mr. Hampton L. Carson for the de fendant in error and concluded by Mr. M. E. Olmsted for the plaintiff in error. The day call for Tuesday, April 11, is as follows: Nos. 210, 211, 212, 213, 215, 216, 217, 74 to 80, 218 and 220. Court of Appeals. - Present: The Chief Justice, Mr. Justice Morris and Mr. Justice Duell. James B. Hoge, Ralph E. Walker and Al fred D. Smith were admitted to practice. No. 1501. Ubhoff agt. Brandenburg et al; suggestion of diminution of record and mo tion for certiorari submitted by Mr. W. Mosby Williams of counsel for appellees in support of motion and motion granted. No. 1501. Ubhioff agt. Brandenburg; placed at foot of calendar. No. 14913. Siater agt. Rudderforth et al.; placed at foot of caiendar. No. 1466. Norwood agt. Francis; argu ment continued by Mr. J. J. Darlington for app'ellee, continued by Mr. Arthur Peter for appellee and concluded by Mr. A. A. Birney for appellants. 2091 (original)-Morgatn agt. Morgan; peti tion for allowane of costs, solicitor's fees and injunction denied, with costs; Opinion by Mr. Chief Justice Shepard. 1527. Lee agt. District of Columbia; judg ment of P'olice Court reversed, with costs; opinion by Mr. Justice Morris. 1527. Lee agt. District of Columbia; man date withheld until flrther order of court. 14010. Hubbard agt. Perlie; argument com menced by Mr. Leo Simmons for appellant. EQUITY COURT NO. 1-Justice Anderson. Smith agt. Edwards; commission ordered to Issue. Hueke agt. Marshall; sale finally ratified and reference to auditor. Willey agt. Waggaman: Joseph R. Fague and Irving Williamson appointed substitute trustees. McGuire agt. Killeen; decree staying sale of real estate. McMahon agt. Covachick; pro confesso against all defendants ordered. Hern agt. Kunkle; rule as to restrain ing order returnable April 14, 1905. Horne agt. Blumberg; commission 'or dered to issue. Thompson agt. Thompson; proof before Margaret M. Murray, examiner, ordered. Williams agt. Williams; proof before N. Carroll Downs. examiner. ordered, and Robert E. Mattingly appointed att'orney to defend. Wailer agt. Wailer; proof before Rutt ledge Wilson. examiner, ordered. American College agt. Waggaman; rule as to removal of trustee returnable April 21, 11105. Ballinger agt. Mackey; rule to show cause discharged. EQUITY COURT NO. 1--Justice Stafford. Davis agt. Jenifer; appearance of un known defendants ordered. Perkins 'agt. Tyrer; demurrer sustained and bill dismissed. Cahill agt. Cahill Typewriter Company; rule as to receiver returnable April 14, 1905. Fristoe agt. Washington Loan and Trust Company; guardian ad litem appointed. Dement agt. Richards; auditor's report confirmed. Kensington agt. Kensington; appearance of absent defendants ordered. Kehr agt. Benson; motion to dismiss over ruled; complainant's solicitors, Hamilton & Colbert; defendant's solleitors,.J. A. John son and J. A. Burkart. Stewart agt. Green; motion for leave to intervene overruled; complalnant'ssoUIcitor, C. W. Clagett; defendant's ablcitors,. . B. Lamner and E. A. Jons CiRCUIT COURT NO. 1-Justice Barnard. Starkweather agt. ZLandon; verdict for de feridant:L plaintiE'p attorneys, W. P. WUl Box at ast,oi$ *itgat torney, ton at torney, Jos. D. Baltimore Building and tion agt. Jennings; time to urty costs extended five days n ato W. H. Robeson and G. r; de ta attorneys, John Bidout. d Car a Johnson. bi CRIMINAL COURT NO nstlce gbt. United States agt. el R. mang, manslaughter; n tial: ~a rB. Archer, Jr., and John Lewis - i3h. CIRCUIT COURT NO. 9LChief S atice Clabaugh. m Davis agt. District of Cdhumbla; ierdict for plaintiff for $200; plairtiff's att614eys, J. C. Gittings and J. B. Shiens$.detet%ta' attorneys, S. T. Thomas and A. B. Duval. Barstow agt. Capital Tractiou Company; crtilied to Circuit Court No. 1 for_trial; plaintOff's atorneys, Latmbert &' Baltor;Je fendant's attorneys, R. Ross Perry & Son. The following cases were ordered contin ned: Sucro agt. Wilson, Heiskell- agt. Lilly, Robinson Waite agt. Speider,. Jackson Phil lips Brick Company agt. New Washington Brick Company, Nichols agt. Woodbury, Shufeldt agt. Adams, Benedict agt. Chesa peake and Ohio Railroad Company, Crome in agt. Lappin, Smith agt. American Grapnophone Company, Jackson agt. Dis trict of Columbia, Garver agt. Dudley, Clark agt. McKay, Hubbard Heating Com pany agt. Columbia Hotel Company, Wil liams agt. Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Raiiroad Company, Dee agt. Liie Insurance Company of Virginia. Forbes agt. District of Columbia and Weaver agt. Waiter. PROBATE COURT-Justice Stafford. Estate of James Hayes: petition for ref erence to auditor; attorneys, E. S. Bailey and Tucker & Kenyon. Estate of John M. Mitchell; order exempt ing property and order of sale: attorneys, Leckie & Ful-ton. In re John O'Neil et al.; order authoriz ing expenditure. Estate of Mariner A. Pierson; will dated August 19, 1903, filed. Estate of Charles G. Thorn; will dated March 3, 1902, filed. Estate of William F. Poore; will dated November 5. 1904, filed, with petition for probate; attorney, John Riddht. Estate of Anna M. Poore; will dated May 5, 1899, filed with petition for probate. At torey, John Ridout. Etate of Mary Reinhart; will dated March 13, 1901, filed. Estate of John F. Carter; will dated Au gust 30, 1903, fildd. Estate of Margaret Calvin; order allow ing counsel fees. Attorney, F. P. B. Sands. Estate of Bartholomew L.ng; ancillary letters of administration d. b. n. granted to Bartholomew J. Long; bond, $500. 'Attor ney. William H. Dennis. Estate of Sophia Sautter; will dated No vember 12, 1903, filed. Estate of Annie M. La Tourrette; will dated November 12, 1901. filed. Estate of Mary Reinhart; petition for probate of will filed. Attorneys, Hallam & Hallam. Estate of Gilbert Scott; petition for let ters of administration filed. Attorneys, Leonard J: Mather and- R. 1R. Horner. Estate of Charles B. Hinton; petition for probate of will filed. Attorney, J. M. George. Estate of Ellen Flynn; petitior. for pro bate of will filed. Attorney, Charles S. Muir. More Naval Vessels in Dominican Wa ters. Two more naval vessels arrived at Do minican ports yesterday, the Chattanooga at Santo Domingo City, with Professor Hollander, the President's special commis sioner, on board, and the ceilier Marcellus at Monti Cristi. Suicide in Scranton $ail Ce1, A. D. Pierson, a leading wholesale mer chant of Scranton, Pa., sefit two. bullets into his head yesterday while a, prisoner in the county jail. Pierson was arrested a short time ago, charged with enticing young Polish girls Into his' store fbr im proper purposes. He secured bail and im mediately left Scranton. His. trial was set for this week, and his bondsnen yesterday brought him back and delivered h1m'to the police officials. Pierson was: in his cell but a short time when he shot himself. Crew for the Cruiser MEaryland. Special Dispatch to The Evening Star. NORFOLK, Va., April 11.-The crew of the new armored cruiser Maryland, to be placed in commission at Newport News April 18, is rapidly assembling at the Nor folk naval training station from the re ceiving ships Hancock at New York. Wa bash at Boston and other coast training points, large detachments having come in this morning. Drought is Broken. MADRID, April 11.-The drought has been broken in Andalusia. Abundan't rains have fallen throughout the Andalusian provinces and there is great jubilation among all classes as a result of the improved outlook. Northwest Pioneer Priest Dead. BUTTE, Mont., April 11.-Father Leopold var? Gorp of St. Ignatius' mission in the Bitter Root valley, is dead. Father van Gorp was a pioneer of the northwest, and one of the most widely known of the Catholic workers who have given their lives to the Christian education of the Indians. He came to Montana in 1860. Castro to Visit Interior Towns. CARACAS, Venezuela, April 11. - Presi dent Castro leaves Caracas tomorrow for a month's trip to Ciudad Bolvar and other interior cities which he has not formally visited. FINIANCTAL Safety and Interest. ~jT is easy to see the ad vantage of depositing your surplus funds where INTEREST as well as absolute safety is in sured. Banking Dept. of this com pany pays 2% per annum in terest on ALL accounts. E7 Deposits subject to ciftek at wlU. Union Trust Co., Banking House, 1414-F St. We are opening from4f teen to thirty new s ings,ac counts a day. Lave you started yet? ? Home Savings Bank"' 7th and Mass. Av. Deposits more than a Million Dollars. ap1l-28d Office Rooms Large-, weni-lighte - reoms, sige m suts; & e' f'to mathb. J n Le12ev Mia*b Z4W> esi yo'ere bulding and nedd a loan to facilitate at tons, consult us. nYou're ?Nuying prop f erty and wish to put a trust on it. consult us. Any amount you want. MOORE & HILL. INC., 17 14TH STREET. - r-a2-r. AKE any policy the Massa chusetts Mutual Life Insur ance Co. writes and you'll find it has more benefits and advantages than any similar pol icy written by any other company ii the country. The Massachusetts Mutual is governed by the strictest state laws in the Union. The F. H. Smith Co., Real Estate, Loans, Investments, Insurance, 1408 N. Y. Ave., Bond Bldg. apll-d,eSu.28 WA ashigonR. rf Washington Ry. pref. Washington Ry. corn. Washington Gas Bank Stocks Mergenthaler Lanston Capital Traction Union Trust Co. -and all other listed securities bought and sold for cash or on margin. W. B. Hibbs & Co., - 1419 F Street. fNew York Stock Exchange. MLmbers Washington Stock Exchange. IChicago Board of Trade. ap11-eo.40 Lewis Johnson & Co., Bankers, 1319 F St. -buy and sell Investment Securities and Government Bonds - issue Letters of Credit and deal in Foreign and Domestic Exchange. Direct Private Wire to Moore & Schley. apil-d,egu,28 We issue TRAVELERS' CHECKS of the American Express Co., which are usable all over the world and convertible into all principal currencies. Every foreign and do mestic traveler should use these checks for convenience and safety. Better than Letters of Credit, though we issue them also on over 3,000 correspondents. TI-uE TRADERS NATIONAL BANK, * . nd ap1O-28d IlavenEr & Kennedy Stocks, bonds, grain andetta Special wire to New York and eago. Buyingand selling bonds a York, 10 Wall st. Toe Life bidig 15th andm0 s. a.w. 'Phone Main 110 and 111. The Safest Investments Are thise that do not depend rj the fnancial aposl lt tust (mortgage) notes libealli Dlstrk. of Columi aetconatitut itedge" investments .Tkea iterest,t paaetrsemi-nnualy, annum, ran may hebdof us l amts d aced nterest. Send for boklt e"Concerning Loani Swartzell, Rheem & Hiensey Co., WARNER BUILDING. 916 Fr STRh9T NORTHWEST. Capital, $5i00,00M-urplus, $10,000O. Ebyand sell ~~Forelgn and Domestic EXCHANGE -and issue Letters of Credit, available throughout the world. COMMERCIAL NATION/fL.BANK, C"'4lat ap10-28di STORAGE, PACKING, SHIPPING. Cold Storage. Vaults for Silverware. Ratem Reasonable. STORAGE DEPT. Merchants' Transfer & Storage Co., 9'-92E t NW Deposits, rIch. 14, 1905 --as per report to the comptroller of currency amounted to' $9,403,671.49. i Capital, Surplus and Profits, $2,250,968.00. * Natoa Iggona BANK, "ENN. AXE. OPPOSITE U. S. TREASURY. at apd,d&Su.28 DAILY MARKET LETTER TONOPAH-COLDR LD Our daily market letter bas come to be looked upon as th AUTHORITY on all matters apper tamiag to lbeooab and Goldield camps, and it has proved 80 ACCURATE that we have no fear as to the future busines, of our old clients. Any Intending investors can have copies mailed tree of charge It contains the latest news and QUOTATION S, ogether with our advice as to incalculable value to the investor in these stocks. By placing your name upon our mailing list you not only receive a complete liat of quotations daily. but all data. items of interest and AD VANC7E NEWS OF STRIKES from our correspond ents in the various camps. 0. F. JONASSON & Co., Commislon Mining Stock Brokers, 44-46 BROADWAY. NEW YORK. Telephone 3663 Broad. apg,&Il-3t" N selecting your bank, consider the advantages of the serviceof one bank over another. Consult us about the service we can offer you. Loans on Commercial Paper. Savings Accounts earn interest. MERCHANTS & MECHANICS' Savings Bank, 707 0. ap8-28d STORAGE. Good-size rooms - best * f a c ili t i e s - modern methods. Prices range from $2.50 per mo. up. Inspection invited. Washington Safe Deposit Co., 916-Pa. Ave.-918 a p9-2)d Home Building Association Loans on Real Estate ON EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS. It will accommodate you for building. buying er improving a home, or for investment and need money. Call on the undersigned for information and taking stock. Applications for loans from GEO. W. LINKINS, Pres., WM. H. WETZEL. See.. 800 19th at. n.w. 2135 H at. n.w. A. S. TAYLOR. V. Pres.. E. S. WESCOTT. Tres.. 1405 Pa t. n.w. 1907 Pa. ave. n.w. no28-tt.14d.eSu Washington Loan & Trust Co., OFFICE, COR. 0TH AND P STS. PAID-UP CAPITAL. $1,000,000. -- Lans in any amount made on approved real - estate or collateral at reasonable rates. - Interest paid upon deposits on monthly bal -- anes subject to check. --- This company acts as executor. adminitra. - tor, trustee. agent, treasurer, registrar and - in all other fiduciary capacities. - Boxes for rent in burglar and fireproof - vaults for safe deposit and storage of vals - able packages. - Real Estate Department Is prepared to as. - sume the management of your real estate. - Careful attention given to all details. JOHN JOY EDSON......................Presideat JOHN A. SWOPE..........------. ace Presldeat ELLIS SPEAR.-----------.Second Vice President ANDILEW PA ER-------......... - rer HARRY 0. 2I EM..........Assistant Treasurer BOYD TAYLOR.............Assistant Tresnrer THOMAS BRA DLEY...........Real lasate Oe6 de20-tf,38d,e14n Biggest in Washington. Perpetual Buiildiig Association. Twenty-fourth Year. -Assets, $2,576,933.35. Surplus, $I55,o7744 Pays 4% interest, payablet evey thre monha )O rshare fo '100 pe onhinteret .1000 tor ANDREW GLASS. Prealdent; CHAS. F. BENJA JOHN COOK. Sece tary and Tresrer. Oce. 506 11th at. eDIRECTORS. Wmn. P. Seville. Pension Bureau. . ankes Brooke. eal Estat and Note Broker. F. 1. Diendonne. Real Estate and Note Broker. James Berry, WEnthr Bureau. Arhr r.Builernen Appraiser. ja28-tf 40d.eSu Francia H. Smidt. -Y uI id - le Ptv.ls. COnvenient and E. Qbtn2 Smit.,pleasant and ad John B. Slemnn nr., vantageuSO D. FultenT Ha r. open a bSnS aconH. Ralston, aCCOunt or aCtili e I.G iAttorney, personal RCtn __________*_ with this bank. Savrntsdepoits annually at acut $1 apens a savings acut Union Savings Bank, Bond Bldg., 14th & N. Y. Ave. ap1-80d .i . ai ' saa. aeI inslbo s@NIM MI ss'inil .-aiaIn Of Interest to Rent Payers. AVE you ever considered Sthat money paid for house rent is practically wasted? By investing your rent money int shares of this as-3 sociation you'll become an OWNER instead of a tenant. E7Our policy offers unusual advan tage to investors. Consultation in ~iti zens' Equitable 'Building Association Of GeorgetOwn, D.C. 3066 M st. ap10-28d Established - more than a quarter of a entury. OU can-pave the way to pur Ychasing a home bjr deposit ing your spare dollars on shares in the First Co-Opeta tive B*allding Association. Ye may depst lile as3, NER&fCDwOPRATE1 cold sterge. Storage, Moving, Packing, Shipping. Our facilities enable us to offer you the very best of service. W. B. Moses & Sons, If ST-ET. COR. 11TH. mth2P-tf-2lt GREENE COXw1.11)ATE11 COP'ER CO. tividend No. It. 24 Broad Sttreet. New York. April 7. 1000. At a meetlny of the fkmard of D)irectors held ibis dav It was resolved that a dividend of F40'R PR C1$NT (4<)l on the capital stock of thi. t'oet~n he declared, payable (n Thursday, April 21. to sto, kholder. of record at the cee of business on April 12. 19po5. Transfer books will eloe at 3 o'clck P.N. eM April 12. snd reopcn on April 21. 1iW5. apt-3t.eSu E.. n. Ti'STIN. Treaserer. Better Than 4% 2% and absolute security is better than 3% or 4% and risk, however slight. Checking accounts earn 2 b here and are secured by our capital and surplus of $4.500,000 and stockhold ers' liability of $3.000,000 more. -Charles J. Bell, President, 1405 0 Street. EQUITABLE ?-?PERATIOYE ASSOCIATI. Those who contemplate building. or the purehase of property, or have mortgages to pay off and !eree tooney, should ascertain the terms upon which loans can be obtained from this associtiea. remade repayable in mouth [L o lyrinstallments. iatend per cent per annum. Settlesment In fell u in part may be made at any time. Intetstt is charged to date of settlement. Whn part of a loan is settled the monthly W stallments are reduced proportionately. Information concerning the advatgsa, terms, how to proceed. ete.. can be tM" tained upon application at the omc, EQUITABLE BUILDING. 1003 P at. I.L. John Joy Edson, President. Ellis Spear. Vice Presidsmt. Geo. W. Casilear. 2d Vie. Presideat. Frank P. Beeside. Secretary. $alb-t-47 38th YEAR. Capital and Profits. ..$I.250.000 Stockholders' Liability...31,000.000 Deposits over..............$5,400.000 The National Safe Deposit, Savings and Trust Co., Cor. 15th & New York Ave. N.W. An account may be opened with TEN CENTS or with TEN THOUSAND DJLLARS. Same courteous attention and same rate of interest to alL BOOKS. LOANS and SECURI TIES regularly examined by UNITED STATES TREASURY DEPARTMENT, as provided by act of Congress. SAFES rented inside burglar proof vaults. Authorized by law to act as EXECUTOR. ADMINISTRATOR, GUARDIAN, TRUSTEE. &c. 1415 G Street N. W. Sixteen Branches. Foreign Exchange-Metropolitan Rates. 2% per cent interest allowed on drawing aeconts. Higher rates on time noney. fell-Mi Bank Iby Mall. beahveso aatented syste of condutigthe buinr f bainget "by malnppia to bth* savngmd checkng acons d t is ases stteen c h tim yo dpst or draw nam. amination of your tax assemye. d% en saviug. deposits; 2%% em ~eebi me, Aetna Banking & Trust Company, 1222 F St. N.W., Washington, D. C feS7-tf.2B Members N. Y. Stock Exchange, 1301 F Street N.W. Member Wash. Stock Ezchaug.