Academy?"The Flaming Arrow," 8:13 p.m.
Bflasco-De Wolf Hopper In "Happy
land," 8:13 p.m*
Chase's?Polite vaudeville, 8:1.' p.m.
Columbia?May Irwin in "Mrs. Black Is
Back," 8:13 p.m.
Kernan's?The Ctoplans Burlesquers, 8:13
Majestic?George Evans In "The Runa
ways," 8:15 p.m.
National?Robert I.oraine in "Man and
Superman." 8:15 p.m. ?
Norfolk and Wellington steamers for
fort Monroe, Norfolk and all points south
every day in the year at 6:30 p.m.
Eletrlc trains from 12th street and Penn
sylvania avenue for Mount Vernon hourly.
10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Arlington and Alexandria
every twenty minutes.
Cats from station at Aqueduct bridge for
Arlington, Fort Myer and Falls Church half
Use Hosenfeld's Ice Cream,
Sherbets, 812 H St. n.e. Phone East 1009.
Great Bear a Pure Spring Water.
i fiallons for 50c. Office. 704 11th.
Rare old laees cleaned, but made to re
tain old appearance. Borno . 1221 F st.
Castor Ovals?The Best Remedy for
Indigestion and Constipation. Druggists, 10a
Zack Hill, colored, 24 years of age, of
k street, was cut about the face yes
terday afternoon In a fall from a bicycle
on 2'_N1 strc-t bet wen P and Q streets
northwest He was treated at the Emer
Baltimore and Return, $1.25,
Baltimore & Ohio I? R . every Saturday
end Sunday. All trains both ways, both
?lays, except Royal i.imited.
Sanday Orders for Fussell's Ice Cream
received till 10 p.m. tonight. 1127 N. Y. ave.
The Superiority of Purissima Rye
will evince itself the Instant you taste it.
It's pure. mellow with age. smooth and or
pleasing bou<|uet. Be sure to try it. 'Phone
N. 528, Wm. Cannon, 1225 7th st. n.w.
Purity and Age Are Essential
to healthfulness in beer. "Old Glory" com
bines both of these qualities in a liigh de
gree. The dark beer for you to drink. For
case 'phone W. 4.'U?, Abner-Drury Brew. Co.
While walking along 7th sfrert last ev
ening. Alfred Burke-, forty-eight years of
age, fell, receiving a slight Injury to his
he.iti and face. Me was taken to the Ho
meopathic Hospital for treatment.
35c. Lb. for Regular 60c. Candies.
Take home a box of Mexican Pinoche,
Chocolate W alnuts. N'ougat or Creamed
Grapes i : ight. GEO. B. SHEETZ, F & 10th.
Women >- suit? cleaned with surprising
thoroughness. A.F.Hornot & Br?., 1224 F St. |
Orthopedic Apparatuses. Trusses,
Cutlerx. Surgical Instruments, etc Lrnz &
Si Mi ll U, * 2-1 7th st. n.w. LMjr attendant.
Two-Burner Gas Range. With Oven,
Rrdu' ? d to Kberly's Sons 7ix
<til st. n.w.
Helmus' Monogram?The Best Family
\\ h>k? y ; t city. $1.00 a quart; 50c. a
pint. Alsj all other h ading brands.
Joint I'n: colored. forty years of age.
01 - :',;i street, was slightly injured last
evening in i collision between the wheel
he was riding and an lltli street car at i
11th and \ streets. He was able to go on
his way. a i
Gill s Berlin Chocolatine,
Re cake; 40, lb.; ;i German favorite Intro
duce.1 here by Gill's, 122:t Pa. ave.
CITY AND DISTRICT.
Metropolitan Church League.
The Anns League of the Metropolitan
Presbyterian Church met last Wednesday
evening, when a number of veterans of the
civil war were entertained. Judge I. G.
Kimb.i t':e president of the league, de
scribed the place and manner in which
Lincoln was .shot. Past Department Com
mander Hopkins told some humorous stories I
of his personal experiences during the war.
Past Department Commander Tasker ex- i
plained how it felt to be taken prisoner by
the enemy Hew Henry N. Couden, chap
lain of the House of Representatives, gave
an account of the capture of live bush
whackers in the mountains of West Vir
ginia. Cajot. F. V. UeCoster gave an ac
count of a u'ush with the confederates near
Austin, Miss., May 24. ISti'l, the. tight in j
which ? laplaln Couden was severely
wounded? Patriotic songs were sung, led
by the Burnside octet. At the conclusion of !
the program the usual social hour was in
order, d , Ins whi( . refreshments were
New York and Memphis Limited
Via Southern Itwy . Lynchburg and Bristol,
tin ttiiort< st an<l innnt direct route between
Washington and Memphis,carrying through
first-class coaches and Pullman drawing
room sleepers Leave Washington dally
4' n> arrive Memphis 6:00 a.m. second
J. H. Small & Sons, Florists,
Mth and O sts., Washington; Waldorf-As- '
toria ami 1 hVl Broadway, New York. Flow
era expressed to all points.?Advt.
Proposed Dairy Regulation.
Attorney Henry E. Davis, who represent
ed several protectants at a hearing before
the Commissioners last Thursday, In which
objection was made to the establishment of
a dairy at the corner of New York avenue
end North Capitol street, today submitted
to the Commissioners a draft with tho In
tention of a new regulation which, he
stated, had been drawn with the intention
of meeting certain objections which were
brought out at the hearing.
The proposed regulation provides that no
dairy nor establishment for the storage
or sale of milk or other dairy
storage or sale of milk or other dairy
products, which shall involve the use of
more than l#o wagons or the handling of
more than 120 gallons of milk per
nay, shall be located within loo feet of any
dwelling, unless the consent of two-thirds
of the owners or occupants of all property
w -thin that district has been secured and
filed with the inspector of buildings. It Is
not intended that this regulation shall ap
ply to any dairy or similar establishment
whh h has been In one location for the
period of one year.
No a< tion has !>een taken on the proposi
tion by the Commissioners.
Something Nice After Dinner.
C. & 8. Pure Cream Ice Cream. In bricks.
Arrangements have been made for an
Illustrated l<- ture by Mine. Marie Lohry,
Swi-s humorist, at the Scottish Kite Hall,'
1<?7 G street northwest the evening of Feb
ruary 20. at s o'clock. The lecture will be
Kivi :: ! ?. I I he bench! of the Industrial Edu
cation.-1 League of the South.
Baltimore and Return, $1.25,
Via Pennsvh anla railroad, every Satur
day ami Sunday. All trains except "Con
Many legitimate business transactions
>? ive been made through advertisements
ti ider heading of Business Opportunities in
the advertising columns of The Star. The
rate is 1 cent a word each day if the
notice is inserted three limes or more.
INJURIES WERE FATAL
DEATH OF FRANK V. HARDING
OF WOODSIDE, MD.
Was Station Agent and Had Gone to
Platform to Receive Mail
Struck by Engine.
Frank V. Harding, station agent of the
Baltimore and Ohio railroad at Woodside,
Md.t was struck by the engine of the Gaith
ersburg local about 1:15 o'clock yesterday
afternoon at Woodside, and died later from
shock. The only witnesses to the acci
dent were the engineer and baggagemaster
of the train which struck him.
The train Is known as No. fll, and left
Washington at 12:50 o'clock. It is due at
Woodside at 1:11 o'clock. The engineer of
the train was Benjamin L. Vermillion
and Richard C. Moore, the conductor.
Mr. Harding was in the custom of
meeting the train daily to receive the noon
mail from Washington. The train usually
slows down in order to permit of the mall
-bag being thrown from the baggage car.
As it happened yesterday there was no
mail for Woodside. and as a result the
train did not stop hut continued under full
speed. Thinking the train was going to
stop, Mr. Harding walked up the platform,
anu being too near the edge, the pilot of the
engine struck him in the back, throwing
him suddenly headforemost into a clay
bank. His right foot caught In the plat
form, breaking his ankle.
The engineer brought ills train to a stand
still about 250 yards from where the acci
dent happened, and returned to wnere Mr.
Harding had fallen and the injured man
was placed aboard and the train proceeded
at full speed for Kensington. Md . where
Dr. Eugene Jones, surgeon of the Balti
more and Ohio railroad, was summoned to
Conversed With Surgeon.
Mr. Harding was conscious upon his ar
rival at Kensington, and after being given
stimulants he% told Dr. Jones the story of
the accident as related above, giving liis
full name and his age as tifty-slx.
"Old man, you made a lucky escape, said
did that." he replied, in his customary
After his ankle had been bandaged with
splints he was placed aboard a southbound
train for Washington. Following a couple
of sinking spells he rallied, but at "J: 15 lie
sank into unconsciousness and at2:30o clock
died aboard the train between Linden and
Woodside. The train was stopped and his
body taken to the homo of his mother, Mrs.
In addition to a broken ankle he received
several slight bruises on his body and
small contusions on the back of his head
and hand. In the opinion of Health Officer
William L. I.ewis. who was present at the
coroner's inquest, death resulted from
shock. Mr. Harding had previously suffered
two strokes of paralysis.
The coroner, Mr. E. C. Keys, summoned a
jury, and after viewing the body and col
lecting such information as could be ob
tained the jury expressed tlie belief that
death was due to unavoidable accident.
Dr. Jones' account of the accident and
expert testimony by Health Officer Lewis,
were heard by the jury. The inquest will
be continued this afternoon, when the en
gineer and baggagemaster of tlie train will
The Jury was composed of Mr. F. R.
Keys, foreman, and Messrs. T. G. Faulkner,
E. W. Birgfeld, G. D. Holmes, A. C. Stubbs,
J. H. Sawyer, J. W. Anderson. E. W. Cls
sell, W. C. Wilson. M. A. Armstead, E. B.
Olds and J. E. Bradford.
Native of Woodside.
Mr. Harding was the son of Sirs. Hard
ing and the late Dr. Jusiah Harding of
Montgomery county, and a brother of Miss
Henrietta Harding of Woodside, Mil., and
Mrs. \V. W. Riley of Washington. He was
born at Woodside and was well-known
throughout the surrounding country, where
he was quite popular. He was an active
member of Grace Episcopal Church. About
ho weeks ago he was appointed to the
position which he held at the time of his
death. He was struck by a train about
four years ago in the vicinity of Woodside
and thrown down an embankment, being
badly lacerated, but no bones were broken.
Again last winter, it was said, he was in
tin- way of a train and would have been
struck had not the engineer lessened the
speed of his train. He was known by all
the employes of the Metropolitan branch.
Funeral services will be held at Grace
Episcopal Church Sunday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock. Rev. Thomas G. Faulkner, pastor
of the church, will officiate. The inter
ment will bo in Rock Creek cemetery.
The Southern Railway offers its second
nigh-class tour via Washington Sunset route
to and through California and return, leav
ing Washington March 8, Including two
days at New Orleans, one day San Anto
nio, one day El Paso for Juarez, old Mex
ico principal points in California, Salt I>ake,
Coiorado, covering u:> days, under personal
escort. Cost, Including expenses, $3G5, $280,
$215. according to tour selected. Offices 705
15th st. and 511 Pennsylvania ave.?Advt.
OATH OF OFFICE.
Commissioner West Subscribed to the
Mr Henry Dttchiield West today sub
scribed to the oath of office for his second
term as Commissioner of the District or
Columbia. Mr. West's nomination to suc
ceed himself was made by President Roose
velt on the anniversary of his first ap
pointment as Commissioner, and the nomi
nation was recently confirmed by the Sen
ate. Douis C. Wilson, secretary to Com
missioner West, who is a notaxy public,
administered the oath.
Not a Question of Chance
when vou list your property with Moore &
Hill. Incorporated?It is practically a cer
tainty that It will be handled. Fair dealing
and painstaking attention. Give them a trial.
Second Time Bill Said to Be Substitute
The charges contained in the Indictment
reported by the grand Jury yesterday against
Thomas E. Waggaman do not differ sub
stantially from those set forth in the orig
inal Indictment, which the Jury returned
against Mr. Waggaman last August. In
both true bills Mr. Waggaman is Accused
of the embezzlement of the sum of $5,2;*),
belonging to the estate of Adele B French.
It is alleged that as trustee for the estate
he appropriated the money to his own use.
The second indictment, containing six
counts, whereas the tirst contained only
one, is of the nature of a substitute for the
llrst. Both are pending, the court as yet
having made no disposition of the one re
turned last August.
C. & S. Brick Cream Ice Cream Fine.
Everyone praises it. Try a brick. Druggists.
?Ail v t rt Isement.
Violation of Smoke JLaw.
Clifford M. I-ewis, manager of the Rich
mond Hotel, ut the corner of 17th and II
streets northwest, was fined $25 In the Po
lice Court yesterday en a charge of violat
ing the smoke law of the District. Mr.
I.ewis pleaded guilty. Inspector Butts ob
served the stack of the hotel February 3
fov a period of fifty minutes, and stated
that he saw danse black smoke emitted for
two and three-quarters minutes.
Hire the Carriages at Downey's
when you desire elegant turnouts for wed
ding, dinners, receptions. Stables 1020-30 L..
Measure Not Desirable.
With reference to the House bill, which
provides for the condemnation of what Is
known as the Hiynmell lot in Randla
Highlands, the Commissioners have decided
to report to Congress that the proposition
contained In the proposed measure is not
desirable ML this time.
FROM ST.A TO CENTER.
Lecture on Africa by Mr. H. L. Bridg
Mr. H. L. Bridgman. manager of the
Brooklyn Standard-Union, lectured before
the National Geographic Society at the
National Rifles' Armory last night on "Af
rica from Sea to Center." The lecture -was
illustrated. Nearly all of the views shown
were colored lantern slides, and many were
Mr. Bridgman's own work. But the title
was something of a deception. Somehow .
"Africa from Sea to Center" rather sug
gests a trip up the Congo or a march inland |
from the Victoria falls. But the talk last
night was largely on Egypt, the Nile and
the British occupation. Mr. Brldgman was
a little late, but as he talked at an average
rate of 250 words a minute, he managed to
compress about 30,(MX> words of lecture into
the space alloted to him.
The politics and the policy of the British
in managing the great domain of the kne
dive was one of the points strongly brought
out. Mr Bridgman expressed a great ad
miration for Kitchener, Gen. Reginald \\ m
gate and "Chinese" Gordon, of all of whom
he had pictures. He spoke particularly of
Gordon as a great soldier, a great adminis
trator and a man of marvelous force and
gentle greatness. He said that in the esti
mation of the English who know Egypt
Gordon occupies much the same place as
do Washington and Lincoln in the hearts
of Americans. _ , .,
The mangement of the Egyptian problem
presents, he said, much the sa!"? "
ties that we are now dealing with in the
Philippines. But Lord Cromer, he thought
was the man for the place, and when it
came down to the final decision there was
never any question as to who
aging editor of the country, Lord Cromer
or the khedive.
The pictures were really a great ser'??;
taking the traveler from Alexandria and
Cairo up the Nile, past the ruined temple
of Isis. past the Assouan dam and tne
Second Cataract, showing the big d?ck5,a^j
on the upper Nile, the railroad station and
the town of Khartoum, the sepulcher of
the mahdi at Omdurman and scenes In the
towns and missions and along the river
to the confluence of the Blue and
was* arf interesting story well told and
Through Sleeping1 Car to Memphis
Via Seaboard Air Line Ry.
lant.i and Birmingham. J^a\e?21^ ave
ton daily at 6:25 p.m. Office, 1421 Pa. ave.
The Delicious C. & S. Brick Cream Ice
Cream; quart bricks, "3" flavors. Druggists.
HOLDS CLOSING SESSION.
Insurance Problems Considered by a
Committee of Investigation.
Ralph W. Breckinridge of Omaha. Neb.,
chairman; Rodney A. Mercer of Pennsylva
nia and William R. Vance of this cit>. com
posing tin- committee on Insurance of he
American Bar Association, held its closing
session in this city yesterday. The recom
mendations, which the committee will pre
sent to the next meeting of the association,
which will be held in St. Paul. Minn., next
August, are as follows;
The creation of the office of state fire
marshal in each state, among whose du
ties shall he the investigation of all flies,
stricter incorporation laws for the creation
of insurance companies, requiring that tne
surplus or deferred dividends he annually
apportioned by all companies and credited
to policy holders, and a detailed statement
of expenditures furnished each policy hold
er and federal prohibition of the use of the
mails to all insurance companies or associa
tions not authorized to transact business
thp states where incorporated.
it "is reported that a majoruy of the com
mittee favors federal control of Insurance,
and will so recommend.
Every Depositor in Banking Dept.
of Cnion Trust Co.. 1414 F st? draws '^per
anr.um Interest. Funds subject to check at
will. Savings accounts invited. Aclv .
Florida's Famous Trains.
"N. Y. and Fla. Special." 8;10 p.m. "Fla.
and W. Indian Ltd.," 3:45 p.m. Via Penn.
and Atlantic Coast Line. 001 Penn. ave. -
Condition of Senator Tillman.
The condition of Senator Tillman or
South Carolina, who Is confined to ins
room at the Colonial Hotel because of a
severe cold, was much Improved today.
FOR THE STEEL PLANT.
Deed to Part of Giesboro Manor Re
By deed placed on record today George
J. Seufferle has conveyed a part of Gies
boro Manor to James R. Rose of Colum
bus, Ohio. The tract contains 232 acres.
The nominal consideration mentioned was
$10. In connection with this, however, the
purchaser has placed on record a deed of
trust against the property for $86,890.4S,
which amount is to be paid within Ave
years with interest at per cent.
Mr. Rose represents here the Filth Sterl
ing Steel Company of Pittsburg, Pa., and
this tract of land referred to is to be
used as a site for a meel plant, which is
to be erected there during the season.
?1.25 To Baltimore and Return $1.25
Pennsylvania railroad; Saturday and Sun
day; good to return until Sunday night.
Druggists Sell C. & S. Ice Cream.
It's pure cream ice cream. Druggists'.?
INQUEST IN HOLLORAN CASE.
Detectives Satisfied With Evidence
The detective office is satisfied that it has
a clear case against Harry, alias Charles
Evans, and Harry O'Donnell, held on the
charge of taking the life of Morris J. Hol
loran on the night of February 1, as ex
plained in The Star yesterday. The con
fessions of the two men that the fruit of
the murder was only a pair of second-hand
shoes, which they took from the feet of
their' unconscious victim, makes what is
termed in detective parlance "a hungry
Capt. Boardman, chief of detectives, is
Informed that au inquest over the remains
of Ho'loran, who was an inmate of the
Soldiers' Home, will be held at the morgue
next Monday afternoon at 1 o'clock.
Money to lend at 4. 5 and 6% on real es
tate. Frank T. Rawilnga Co., 1505 Pa. ave.
Will Be Given Christian Burial.
The report that Willis Lucas, the colored
man who was the body servant of Gen.
Robert Anderson of Fort Sumter fame, and
who died at Uis home. 2249 Uth street north
west Thursday morning, was to be burled
in a pauper's grave is positively dertled by
his widow and children, who state that the
body will be given a decent burial from the
church of which he was a member, the ex
pense to be borne by members of the family
and their friends.
Sarsaparilla ? Js uncjues=
taonab&y the greatest Mood
arad liver mediciirse known,
lit positively and perma
raeratly cures every humor
from Pimples to Scrofula
It is the Best
JAMES F. EARLEY DEAD
SCULPTOR AND MODELER OF THE
Designed Improvements to a Number
of Local Churches?His Ex
Mr. James F. Earley, prominent as a
sculptor and modeler in this city, died last
night at 8 o'clock, following- a comparative
ly short illness, aged forty-eight years. His
death was due to typhoid fever. Mr.
Earley was widely known and respected
in the business and artistic circles of Wash
ington. A most affable and approach
able man in business, of sterling integrity,
Mr Earley made many warm and fast
Mr. Earley's skill in art is exemplified In
his architectural embellishments of the
public and private buildings and residences
of Washington. He attained fame as a
sculptor and modeler, and had been identi
fied with a large part of the architectural
improvement that has taken place in this
city during the past fifteen years. Prior
to permanently locating here he labored
for short periods in the principal centers
of the country and abroad, absorbing the
highest idealities to be found in his pro
Mr. Earley's best work, it Is paid, is to be
found in the churches, and particularly in
those in this city. He was the designer and
sculptor of the handflGme marble pulj)it
in St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church,
and made statues for a number of other
churches. At the Franciscan monastery in
Brookland the altars and statues were
erected by him. This work won hearty
commendation within and without the Ca
tholic Church, and in consideration of his
artistic endeavors was awarded a medal
?by Pope Leo XIII.
Native of England.
Mr. Earley was born in Birmingham,
England, in 1858, but was taken to Dublin
when a very young, boy. His father was
connected with the Pugin family, members
of which were the foremost English Gothic
architects. In this school he learned the
first principles of his art and w%s admitted
to the Royal Hibernian Academy at the age
of sixteen on the merits of his portfolio.
Then followed a tour of the continent,
continuing until 1879, when he returned to.
Dublin and was married. For three years
he remained in Ireland decorating churches,
coming to this country in 1881.
In addition to his works noted above he
was engaged to decorate government build
ings at Omaha, Buffalo, St. Louis and Port
land expositions. At the time of his death
he was engaged on work for the new Na
tional Museum, Baltimore custom house
and the new Department of Agriculture.
Mr. Earley's son, John J. Earley, survives
The funeral will take place from the
home of his son, 7-7 11th street northwest,
Monday morning at an hour to be hereafter
announced, followed by a requiem mass at
St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, Rev.
Dr. D. J. Stafford, pastor.
Southern Kwy.'s Elite Train.
The Southern's Palm limited to Florida,
Aiken and-Augusta and other winter re
sorts leaves Washington week days 0:55
p.m. Also other elegant Florida trains
"Old Braddock" is the One Whiskey
that's always reliable as a medicine. Mel
lowed by long aging?uniform In purity. Or
der a bottle. Sold by all good dealers.?Advt.
Local Alarm of Fire.
No. 12 engine company was called out
about 9:20 this morning on a local alarm
for a blaze at the residence of H. W. Hard
est}', 34 Seaton street. The fire is sup
posed to have started by lighted matches
being thrown in some paper Because of
the quick action of the fire company no
serious damage was caused.
Suffered for Three Years
With Itching Humor?
Doctor Did No Good?
Cruiser Newark, LJ. S. N.
Mao Cored in Three
SPEEDY CURE BY
"I Buffered with humor for about three years, off
and on. I finally saw a doctor and he gave me
remedies that did me no good, so I tried Cuticura
when my limb below the knee to the ankle was as
raw as a piece of beef. All I used was the Cuti
cura Soap and the Ointment. I bathed with the Soop
every day and used about six or seven boxes of
Ointment. I was thoroughly cured of the humor
iu three weekB and haven't been affected with it
since. I use no other Soap than Cuticura now. 1
remain, yours respectfully, H. J. Myers, U. S. X.,
U 8. S. Newark, Now York, July 8, 1905.
"P. S.?Publish if you wish."
Cuticura Grows Hair
Crusted Scalps Cleansed
and Purified by Cuti=
Assisted by light dressings of Cuticura, the great
fcltin Cure. This treatment at once stops falling
liair, removes crusts, scales and dandruff, destroys
hair parasites, soothes irritated, itching surfaces,
stimulates the hair follicles, loosens the scalp skin,
supplies the roots with energy and nourishment,
and makes the hair grow upon a sweet, wholesome,
healthy scalp when all else falls.
Complete external and internal treatment for
every humor, from pimples to scrofula, from In
fancy to age, consisting of Cuticura Soap, Oint
ment and Tills, may now be had of all druggists
for one dollar. A single 6et is often sufficient to
cure the most distressing cases.
Sold throughout the world. Cuticura Soap, 20c. j
Ointment, 50c., and Resolvent, 50c. (In form of
Chocolate Coated Fills, 25c. per vial of 60). Pot
ter I>rug & Cbem. Corp., Sole Prays., Boston.
E^Send for "The Great Humor Cure."
? CHRISTIAN XANDER'S
Wild Cherry Cordial
A wonderfully efflea- |
clous remedy for E
colds, grip and malaria.
75c. bot.; 50c. full pint.
OirsSy at 7th St.
The Quality House, TUone m. 274. I
fo!7 20d J
We frame pictures artistically
and we have every facility for doing
the work quickly. Quoting special
prices now. A11 tbat.,
new In moldings,
S. J. Venable, store*.
PSEUDO PBINCE OF DENKARK.
Peter Carlson Expected to Wed Miss
i That the name of the Prince of Denmark
did not appear on the official !Lnt of guests
j at the White House wedding vu appar
ently both a shock and a surprise to Peter
Carlson when he appeared at the east en
trance of the President's official home last
evening. When questioned by one of the
policemen on duty there Ou*lson became in
dignant at the omission of his name from
Wh}"." he declared. "I'm the Prince of
Denmark and Miss Roosevelt is to marry
me In the morning. The match was ar
ranged by my royal mother, her highness,
the Queen of Denmark. It 1? all a mistake
about her proposed marriage to Mr. I?ng
worth because I am L*>ngworth's brother.
It's a sad mistake."
Carlson was arrayed for the nuptials. He
wore an opera hat, somewhat the worse for
wear; a soiled white vest and a pair of
tlove-coiored trousers that were travel
stained. Instead of being admitted to the
\\ hite House he was escorted to the first
precinct station house, where "insanity"
was placed opposite his name on the blotter.
The alleged Danish prince was examined
In his cell today by Police Surgeon Bureh,
to wihom he said he had met Miss Roose
velt on one of the army transports at New
York and their engagement followed. The
patient added that the matter had been the
occasion of considerable international cor
respondence between the governments of
Denmark and the United States and that
trouble would ensue unless the contract was
carried out. He will be sent to the Govern
ment Hospital for the Insane and a com
munication forwarded to the New York ad
dress the man gave?William street. Dr.
Burch diagnosed Carlson's case as delu
Bankruptcy Sale of Agricultural Im
plement?, hardware, fertilizer, etc., Mon
day, February 19, 1900, at 10:W> a.m. Jno.
R. Lang, trustee, for Chas. B. Cropley,
bankrupt, will sell by public auction the
large and desirable stock of hardware, ag
ricultural Implements, seeds, fertilizer, etc.,
in premises No. 3213 M st. n.w. Brown &
TWO OF ' THE FINEST."
New Yorkers to Study tlie Local
Three members of New York's "finest"
reached this city today, called upon Maj.
Sylvester, superintendent of police, and pre
sented a lelter of introduction from Police
Commissioner Bingham of that city. The
New York visitors are Sergeant Richard
Enright, head of the bureau of repairs and
supplies; Arthur Blot, first deputy clerk of
the New York police department, and James
L. Mock, assistant secretary to Gen. Bing
The trio were sent here to make a study
of the local police methods, which Commis
sioner Bingham says are recognized through
out the country' as the best. They will pay
particular attention to the system of keep
ing police department property ant* supplies.
For Neaniy Hall If
VELATI'S CARAMELS, CHOC
OLATES & BON BONShave been
the Capital's favorite confections.
ONLY ONE STORE
<620 9tlhi Street, Above F.
__ fel 7 -sa & w, t f-28
Geyer's Celebrated Oysters
are popular throughout Washington. You'll
enjoy them. Delivered everywhere. 18-7 14th.
Hatchets, Cherries, Cherry Napkins,
Cotillon and birthday favors. Gould's 4219th
The Manhattan Laundry
has established an agency with Mr. Her
mon Leon, 1755 Pentia. ave. n.w., where
bundles may be left and called for at the
popular price of 2 cents each for collars
and cuffs, and other work in proportion.
Harry Thomas, twenty-six years of age,
living at the St. George flats, 2d and L
streets southeast, was rendered uncon
scious yesterday by a fall from his wheel
while on I street between 16th and 17th
streets. He was removed to the Emergency
Hospital and after reviving returned to
his home. Tlie injury was not serious.
Know Thyself; Authentic Palmistry,
polite receptions. Mme. Zarra, 729 9th n.w.
Ask for Jno. G. Melnberg's Bread
If you'd always be certain of t^e satisiaetory
kind. Only purest materials are used in mak
ing it?always uniformly baked. Good gro
cers sell it. Bakery, 716 11th st. s.e. It
A Low Price for Hot Bed Glass.
6x8 and 8x10 glass, only $1.90 per box. El
singer Bros., 21o9 7th n.w. 'Phone N. 1173.
Willie riding a horse along 3d street
southwest yesterday. Frank Payne
colored, of 350 K street southwest, was
thrown to the pavement and received a
sprained ankle. After the injury had been
treated at the Emergency Hospital he re
turned to his home.
Finest Pota toes, 75c. Bu.;
20c. pk.; eggs, 15c.; butter, 2oc.; 8 lbs. buck
wheat, 25a.; 7 qts. hominy, 25c.; 4 qts.
beans, 26c.; 4 cans corn, 25c.; pound cake,
12V&C.; honey. 16c.; maple sugar, 15c.; pre
serves, 45c. Jar. J. T. D. Pyles, 7 stores,
Including 948 La. ave. fe!5-3t
We Store and Sell Furniture.
Brown & Tolson, Aucts.. 1409 II street n w
To Architects, Engineers and Builders.
In preparing your estimates for buildings
and other new work let me figure on?xca
vating and concrete; artificial stone and
cement walks, floors, steps and copings;
armored concrete; waterproofing; brick
masonry, etc. All work promptly executed
and fully guaranteed. R. E. Boiseau, Gen
eral Contractor, 236 12th st. s.e. 'Phone
East 326. ja6-Sa.l3t*9
Narcissus, 35c. per dosen, at Kramer's, 918
P street. de29-tr
DAY OR NIGOT
9 A.M. TO 11 P.M.
Rapid first-class work at reasonable prices.
Shorthand or direct to machine.
Room 720 COLORADO B'L'D'O. 'Phone Main 3083
J. M. QOULD.
HE business that's
allowed to drift
without advertising is
as sure to become a
derelict as is the
rudderless ship at sea"
Consult us about
advertising and let
us write the right ads
to make your advertising
L. P. Darreli Adv. Agency.
Zj, P. Darreli, llorma
R. W. Cox. 102-103-104
O. C. Archibald, Evening Star bldg.
F. T. Hurley. Tfione Maiu 24*3.
B akin^f Powder
DISTINCTIVELY A CREAM OF
TARTAR BAKIIMC POWDER
It does not contain an atom of phos
phatic acid (which is the product of hones
digested in sulphuric acidj or of alum
(which is one-third sulphuric acid ) sub
stances adopted for other baking powders
because of their cheapness.
"THE HOME OF PI KE WHISKY.
A superior Whisky
value. If* pure,
and mellow. Ilottle
Cflnas. Kraemer, 7:a 7,h D-p
'I'hone Main 27118.
Polite Vaudeville. Daily Mais 25<\ Eve's, 25c.
and 50c. One of the Finest I'.ilN in Years. S.
Miller Kent in "Just Dorothy." i:\trnordinary at
traction, Julian Kit Inge. The ri<*chianl Troup- .
from the London Hippodrome Violet Dale. The
Rose Wentworth L<pn-titri:in Tri<> McGrath Bros.
"Flags and l'aees of All Races" .Motion Pictures.
Added Attraction. Geo. Wilson, the Noted Minstrel.
Next Week -Clifton Crawford. Light Vassar
Girls, etc. Only theater not raising prices Wash
ington's birthday Mat. fel2-6t,20
Sunday, Feb. 118,
"The Big Meeting,"
Auspices Y. M. C. A.
C. L. JACKSON,
Philadelphia's Noted Pulpit Orator.
WILLIAM CLABATCH, SOLOIST.
Perev S. Foster. DIrertor Chorea Singing.
Tickets free at drug stores, hotels and V. M. C.
A. office. Admission by ti<*k t only.
It Doors open at 3:30.*
FOR SWEET CHARITY'S SAKE?AN IIjLTS
trated lecture will t?e given by the note<l Swiss
humorist. Mme. M Alt IE LOHRY. at Scottish
Kite Hall. 1007 G st. n.w . FFB. 2?>. at 8 p.m.,
for benefit of the- Industrial Bdocttloiiil LeagM
of the South, tlie most-needed charity in this
Tonight is Elks' Night.
Knights of Columbus
February 12 to 24, Inc.
K. of C. Ha!!,
606 E Street N.W.
Midday lunch. Dancing every evening. See the
Baby Show and the Moving Picttires. Visit the
Art Gallery and Japanese Tea Garden. Many
other novel attractions.
Doors open at 7:30 p.m. feA-16t,2fl
Tom Thumb Wedding,
Presented bv I he
WHITNEY A VENT E JINIOR C E. SOCIETY,
Tuesday Evening. February 2??. 1U06. 7:30 O'clock.
Kimmel Ilall, Park Road. East of Brightwood
Admission, 25 cents. Hefreshments on sale.
FRIDAY. FEBRLARV 23, WWJ, 4:15 P.M.
MR. LUTHER CONRAD!
Mr. Thomas Stockham Baker,
Mrs. Calderon Carlisle. Mrs. Oliver.
Mrs. W. S. Carroll, Mrs. E. F. Riggs,
Mrs. J. M. Clapp, Mrs. Sargent,
Lady Durand, Mrs. Slater,
Miss Gwviin. Mrs. W. A. Slater,
Mrs. Arnold Hague. Mrs. M. K. Slack,
Mrs. Hale. Mrs. M. Stearns.
Mrs. Harlan, Mrs. Herb*t Wadswoflb.
Mrs. Holmes, Mrs. White,
Mrs. Kean, Miss Williams.
Mrs. John R. McLean, Mrs. Clarence Wilson.
Cards of admission, $1.00. On sale at the BRAP
BTRY BCI LIU NO. 122.' Pa. ave. n.w.. and '1*.
Arthur Smith's, 1327 F at. n.w. fel7 2t
Tuesday Evening, Feb. 20.
Mrs. H. O. BROWNING Soprano
Mrs. KKNEST LF.NT I'lmw
Mr. ANTON KASPAH Violin
Mr ERNEST LENT Violoncello
Dr. J. W. BISCHOFF Director
Reserved seats for sale at Kills' Music Store. 9.17
Penna. ave. fe!7-4t-25
.1 ATI NEK |
iU. THIS WEEK.
VaudevIMe and Biarfescjue.
NEXT WEEK?THE PARISIAN BELLED.
Fifth Eyropean Tour
Sailing June, 1906. Party of Ladiea.
Conducted by Miss CLACDIA STUART, Principal
of THE STUART SCHOOL FOR GIRLS.
1843, 1845, jS47 I' St. n.w.
FulL Itinerary, 20 pages. Light (8) countries.
& 0D [E Vf MATS- TCES
/?\ ^ LiU IE. IftAJ U THIRS. & SAT
LINCOLN J. CARTER Presents ibe Picturesque
? 40-BIG SPECIAL CAST?40
Genuine Indian Band
Ne^t Week? HARRY CLAY BLANKY In TTIR
BOX BEHIND THE GUN. lelJMt.l# ,
LAST I IMF, Tonight at 8:15.
IN HER TRANSCONTINENTAL SUCCESS*.
By .George V. liobart,
Mrs.Black Is Back
ALL NEW SONGS.
NEXT WEEK SEATS NOW ON S v I .E,
HENRY W. SAVAGE WILL OFFER
The Perennially Popular Musical
Comedy by Plxley aud Ludera,
With ,T**s Dandy snd an
Excellent Cant und Big Beauty Cboru* It^
Mother Goose Novelties
Coder Direction of Miss Hawke.
CHILDREN'S COUNTRY HOMK.
ST MICHAEL'S AND ALL ANGELS' CIltRCQ^
BOY;' GITCLD OF ST. JOHN'S SUNDAY SCHOOtk
Prlcvs, r?Oc., 7r>c. and $1 00.
Tickets on sr.lc, box ofllce, Columbia Tbeattr.
Indep? ndent of tb*> theatrical trust.
MATINEES, 2T.r ia $1?EVENINGS, 2Sc. to
Tonight at 8: S5 Last Time
SASI S. and LEE SIIUBRRT <lnc ) Present
OE WOLF HOPPER
Id the Comic Opera de Luxe,
By Reginald De Kovsn and Frederic INcLcn.
The most prouounced n.unlcttl success of tbe season,
NEXT WEEK-SKATS NOW ON SALE.
riiliam li. Thompson
JOHN OLIVER IIOBBES' (MRS. CRAIGI? 31
SUNDAY NIGHT. FEBRUARY IS. AT 8 18,
PRICES, lftc.. 25c., 35c. and 50c.
Popular Concert. Full Orchestra*
Latest European nnd American
With CARL HAYDN, Tenor Soloist of the De
High-grade Attraction* nt POP (LA R PRICES.
ALL THIS WEEK- MATS. MON . WED & KaT,
THE CREATOR OE LAUGHTER.
In the Fantastic Musical Comedy Hit,
The Enti-e New York Caalno Production *k>4
CASINO SHOW GIRLS
Sunday Night, Feb. 1ft, Marsh's Concert.
Next Week -THE WOMAN IN THE CASK,
lEf SGrH^T 8 *
CHARLES DILLINGHAM PRESENTS
The Dramatic Succew of the New York Seaaon,
In Bernard Sbaw's Most Brilliant Comedy,
Han <& Superman
NEXT WEEK SEAT HALE NOW OPEN,
Charles Frohman Preaenta
In the Augustus Thomas Comedy,
ON THE QUIET
With tbe same cast as aeen during his triurupfc.
sut run at the Comedy Theater, Loudon, cud tb4
Criterion Theater, New York.
SUBSCRIPTION SALE NOW OPEN.
Course tickets, $4.00, W<?> and $2 00.
Magnificent colored views and motion picture#.
AFRICA Tnea. Mat., Feb ?). at 4 80
EGYPT rues. Mat., Feb 27, at 4:#0
SAHARA... Tues Mat., March 6, at 43J
MOROCCO Tuea. Mat March 20, at 4:30
SPAIN Tues. Mat., March 27. at 4 HO
Single tickets, $1.0-1, 75c., 60c. and 2?k\, next
THE GREAT FRENCH VIOLINIST.
THE GREAT VIOLONCEIXIUT.
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, FEB. 21, 4:30.
Tickets now on Rale at T. Arthur Smith's, t4
Sanders ?? St ay man's, $2, $1.50, $1. 73 cents,
Norfolk & Washington
EOtt FORT MONROE, NORFOLK, NRWPOKH
NEWS AND ALL POINTS SOUTH.
I>.av.* Washington daily at 0:30 p.m.
Arrive I'ort Monroe T:0ll a.in.
Arrive Norfolk a m.
Arrive Portsmouth. ... .8:30 a.m.
ICTFor further information apply at general
ti. ki t otlire, 7tf> 14tu St.. Colorado bid* <te)..pt>on?
Main 2200), or 7th st. wharf (telephone Main 37<?t)>.
W. H. CALLAHAN, Ge?. Pass. Agt. nolU-tM*
For Mt. Vernon, Alexandria and
Arlington, Washington, Alexandria
& Mt. Vernon Ry. Sta., 12th & Pa. av.
TRAINS FOR MT VERNON (WEEK DAYS), 10,
11 A.M.. V. NOON. I AND 1 P.M.
TRAINS FOR ALEXANDRIA AND ARLINGTON
(DAILY) EVERY M MINUTES. aulO-tf
Wash., Arlington, Falls Church Rv.
STATION (AQUEDUCT BRIDGE), 36TU ST.'
FOR ARLINGTON. FORT MYER, FALL)
CHURCH, HALF HOURLT.
FOR DCNN-LORINU VIENNA, OA ETON A NO
FAIRFAX HAL# HOURLY. ?H>-dAlS. U-I
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