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Km sai.k varus ukavei, ami sand. W',000 yards crushed stone. K. J. T'fltTEN. Rep TPM?ntlnjj i'otomn Em- un.l stone to.. K< o:n IvjO, . . tcl M i:. fvO M f 17 sMi.lOt' UTiUi USNTLEUAN WHO SAW "YOUNG GIRL fall from street ar North Capitol and It night ?'f January 2l?. between 0 and 0:30 o'clock, call 07 I fel7-3t "STORK ROOM FOIl KENT. 8"4 I' ST. N W . OPPOSITE PATENT OFFICE. ONLY t? TO RELIABLE PARTY. WILL GIVE LEASE APPLY ON PREMISES. fe!7 r.r IALL MEN THAT SERVED IN THE Ql!ABTSK maafrs departmen regiments during tin* civil M?r. e ??!>?? i:?1 ]y ?t the time of On. Early's raid upon Washington <lty. July. 1M>4. will please ????*? f their old ?<.n.riHl?>8 at Besler Hall, 922 Pa. avc. n.w . f.n Thursday. February -2. at 7:30 P n? . t?? form a permanent association. It 1 WWH ro EXTEND M\ S Til \NKS to mv friends, nr.d nis> the Ma.*onic bodies. for the nice remembrances of the death of my son. J Frank Johnson. It ESAU L. JOHNSON. Your Roof Needs Us. ? A little repairing here and there by our experi roof n?? n make* roofs equal to new. i ?Kn?,;1.nl Hoof Pnint Co.. T. J Donovan. Mgr. ^ncillicai iiosgst.u.w. Foimeily 1333F st.n.w 0r- t " <M f(-17 ?d Tifte Finest Whiskey You Ever Tasted?44V. S. O. P." ? A whiskey whose quality Is due to its *ge. purity and C'T) flavor. Special. i?er bott!e.. Shoomaker Co., jal6-tn.th.sa.10 3m Economical Printing. Our Mergenthaler machines give us a fpceial ad vantage 1n setting lawyers' briefs and all body work. We can save you time and money on this in* any other printing. Jisdd <& DetweiEer, ?>;<?.. The P.lg Print Shop 420-2 11th ?t. fe!7 lOd Let us save the roof I What ? pity to let s?o expensive a thing as a good tin roof rust and wear away f<-r lack of a little paint and repairing, l et us J*ee to your roof J at once, before it is too late to save it. G rafton & Son, fe 17 lod - No First'Class Grocer Sftrcuild Be Without ? M 11.EEIt's SELF RAI8ING BUCKWHEAT. Housewives and cooks who use it once al? ? ways insist ou having It. Made of uiountaiu ? grown grain. Strictly pore. C / NO UOXSCMF.RS SUPPLIED. B. B. Earnstnaw <& Bro., WHOLESALE GROCERS. 11th and M sts. s.e. It Iron-Clad Benefits Roofs. ?It's a superior roof paint, that can i?e depended on to quickly and permanently cure r(s>f troubles. it. i ( j'|"rr;i) Expert In 711 G ft. n.w. V W I 1 I^l\, ilouf Woik. Phone Main 3710. fe!7 6d Two Things Are Certain ?when we do I?()( )KIU XD1XG. J hey arc satisfactory work and satisfactory prices. How about a trial order? t ?*I.?-(!jr(*rs rulrd to order. U'itcilr.f:, etc. Ceo.E.Howard,? 114 fi^tlhst. PR'NTKIt RNGRAVER A.\l> BOOKBINDER. t -17 <1,?*Ku.l4 for Spring j Our completely equipped Err >J3?S.V2 m ^ engraving plant tff ?rds the | most satisfactory facilities f < r the correct execution of wedding invito t ons and an _ iMuincements, tarda, etc. v v edoings. fryl' o w e s t consistent I price*. \VM. I5ALLANTYXE & SONS, Jto i *eli* ? - St:-1toners and Engrivers. 42S 7th at. fel7 -Ou.t! .14 TV. T7 W E ATTENI* AS n Miens nsoini carefully to the smallest plumbing re pair job ps to an order for fhe most expensive 520 10th St. of new plumbing. Try & McCarthy, C2i felC U?l Why Be Without Heat when our expert steam fitters and the necessary n a:er!uls tre here to instantly repair beating plants. Biggs HeatingCo., felfl-6*l CobertEn Consulted About Roo?s - iweause of bis expertness and ytars of experience In curing leak'. r"r\l,/?rt l-? Prccticil Tinner. 812 14th st. n w. v,Ut)C nil, Stove Expert, 'Phone Main 2739. felO Cd POSTAL CARD ALBUMS 35c Up. i We've a great variety of Jo>c- j Postal Card Albums in all desired sizes. Prices, 35c. up. E. MORRISON PAPER CO. PA. A\K AM* 401-03 05 ELKVKNTII ST. felt) 14 Special Examination in Pharmacy. The Commissioners of Pharma-y will hold an examination at ft a.m., on FRI DAY. FEHRl AItY 23. 1806. *t the Na tional CYlhge of Pharmacy. All persons d* siring to rcglsfr.r under the law of 1^78 should at once make application, ac companied with the fee of ten dollars, to the secretary. All applications should be in the bands of the se. rotary on or befor ? Wednesday, February 21. lfENUY A JOHNSTON, PllAIL I) . Secretary, fel3 Ot 1221 Now Jersey are. n.w. Waxi Wax? Wax! You'll net excellent results through using John sou's thxn Wax. Higiiiy eorumeuded everywhere. E. I. Murphy Co., Inc., ^?5:SoW fe!3-Cd Midwinter Reduction Sale. This Includes Rain Coats and Bath Robes It Will Pnv You to Inspect Our Line. TYSSOWSKI BROS., SHIRT M ? KERS. 726 15th at. laeger nLd Deimcl Enderwears. fel-d.eSu.10 S I TOM LIN SON. PRINTER, will give prompt and satisfactory ervk? on all printed matter, i Plant specially *-<psip; e<l for small Job work. 1^?->C'*1 blanks, for rent signs, notes receipts, etc. Special price on lots of 2u0 and over. I ST N W 'Phone Main 2534. )a2*.t.rh,45t.ti N ?-iJrs charge f?r cxHmlnatlon. 14 \ea s' pra>-ti %e. IT^IP A N 1 cater esi^cislly 10 diflictilt cases IL> IL-? /A? i ^1 j,. ufr;?*tiuo and fran;e fitting. Evesii^ht Specialist, 70S 13th st. n.w. }",2frt.W??.5 Seeomi fi<K>r. r?0\l(Kl feet, with ii HJ'iTx heat, in the finest mercantile build l"g I" this city; first class locality, il Separate entrance to street. Address 1*31 80t 7 Box Oft. Star office. High-C!!ass Plumbing. CORRFfT PRICES. I1. Percy Scovllle, BOA llTli ST. N.W. Telephone North 3C78. fe5-tf iO WHEN \OP NEED MONEY ON SHORT NOTICK APPLY ro C. A. BAKER. 50-53, 1110 F ST. Js24 tf PHONE M BIT. WATCH REPAIRING No IK THESE SPECIAL prices Watches cleaned. 75c. . mainsprings, 75c.; crystals (thick or thin). 10c. iss watches and French clocks a specialty. All work warranted. MAX GREKNBEBO. r?23 10th at. n.w. 4e29 4.e4u COAL. COAL. RT rU A ri? Highest grade coal on msrket ? J - ftt low pricea. Yard and office cor. 4th and F n.e. 'I^on# East 233 dell OOt.5 SPIRITUALISM. FIRST ASS<STATION, MASONIC TKMl'I.K. 9TH and V sts. n.w 11 ^ m., Mr ttlg-r'y will lecture on subjects chosen iry the audience. Mr. Kznll Nobbe will give measagea after morning lecture. 7:45 p.m . Mr. Edgerly will sp*>ak on "Heresies and Heretics." Me>sag"s after lecture. Sunday school, lo a m. Tuesday, teaching and mes sages. Thursday, meeting of auxiliary. Both meetings at S p.m. 4<f2 A st. e It MR. KMIL NOBBE HOLDS NO MEETING THIS Sunday, but will be at Masonic Temple morning and exeulng and give niilrit messages. Feb. 25, again at Spanish Wsr Veterans' Hall. It* MEETINGS SUNDAY~AND FRIDAY EVENINGS AT H p.m., 11 4th st s.e. Next Friday evening meet lug a benefit for a crippled lady. Everybody gets a reading. It* MRS. ROLLER, SPIRITUAL MEDH'II, 72t? 10TH ST. N W. SEAN'tTS FRIDAY FTXENINOS. PRIVATE INTERVIEWS DA1L.Y. iul0-e,t?,tb.H6t* # SPIRITUALISM. TUB EDUCATIONAL. SOCIETY OP WPtHITT.'AU ists h< Ids nervier* Sunday, M p.m.. at Schra dt's Hall. 51 tt 9th at. n.w. Mr. Terry wl.l l.eture and jrlve spirit messages. All welcHB*. It* TK.MI 'EE LEACC K. PYTHIAN TEMPLE. 1012 9th st. n.w.. Sunday. 7:45 p.m. Lecture by Mr. Mostw km "What I Know About 8piritu?ltem.M Mediom. Mr. MacWherter. Special music. it* MR. KEEI.ER WIEE~HOLD~A~piFbI.IC SEANCE tonight. Private sittings everv day. It* 918 H st. u.w." WO XV 11 ALU 721 (5TH ST. N.W. S1'NDAY~ 7:45 p.m., over (bo bak^rj-; spiritual meeting: readings from the Seriptnre; spirit messag.-s by Mr-?. Julia Warnckc. All welcome. It* rritLH? MEETINGS Tl'ESl?A Y. 2 I' M.; WKD nesday at 8 p.m.?for Instruction.* in psychic lavs, spirit messages and tests. 25o.; readings daily. |l. Mrs. MAY A. PRICE. H12 5th it. n.w. ja27-s.4t* CHURCH NOTICES. METHODIST EPISCOPAL. DIMRARTON AVE. M. K. CHl'RCH. KEY. George \V. King, Ph.I>.. pastor.?11 a.m.. Rev. S. Reese Murray wl 1 preach; 8 p.m.. the pa*tor, tubjert, "Samson's Fatal Revenge;" 9:30 p.m.. Sunday school; 7 p.m.. Epworth league; prayer meeting, Thursday at 7:3o p.m. It GIIACF, OTH AND 8 815J. N.W.. RKV. JOSEPH Kfimund Smith. LI*.I>.. pustor.?ll a.m.. "The Revelation of God to Moses;" 7:30 p.m., "loot's Wife;" 9:30 a.m., Sunday school; 6:45 p.m.. E. L. Tit IXIT Y METHODIST EPISCOPAL. COR. 8EW ard square and 5(h st. s.e.?11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. preaching by the pastor. Dr. J. C. Nichol son; 6:31) p.m., Epworth League; 9:30 a.m., Sunday school. It ForXDHY~>I. E. (Tn^tOI. 16TH AND CHURCTI sts. n.w.. Itcv. Robert M. Moore. pastor.?Sunday school, 0:30 a.m.; preaching by the pastor,. 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.; Epworth League, 7 p.m. Seats free. All welcome. It M ETK< ?7>< >LITAX "SiT~e7T'HI'RCH. PREACHING morning and evening at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. by the pastor. Rev. Frank M. Bristol; Sunday school. 9:30 a.m.; Epworth I.cagne. 6:45 p.m. It | WESLEY CHAPEL M E CHURCH, COR" 5TH and V sts. n.w., Rev.' W. *M. Kefgnson. 1).1>.. pastor. -Sunday school. 9:30 n.in.: preaching by ; the pastor. 11 a.m.: Epworth League. 6:45 p.m.; preaching by Rev. A. II. Zimmerman, 7:45 p.m. 1 j McKEXDREE M~ K. CH1'IU'H. 915 9TsV SI ASS. ave. n.w.. Rev. E. L. Hubbard. S S.. 9:30; preaching at 11 a.m. and 7:3 ? p.m. ly til: pastor; E. L., 6:30. It IIAMLIXE M. E. CHURCH. 9TII AXD P STS. n.w.. Rev. Carl G. poney, Ph.I)., pastor.- Sun day school, 9:30 a.m.: preaching morning and evening by I>r. Ma hood of Iowa; 11 a.m.. "Cut ting the Anchors," a sermon on the amusement qncrtlon; 6:30 p.m., Epworfh League; 7:30 p.m.. "False Refuges.r? I>r. Mahorxi will preach his farewell sermon on Monday evening. 7:30. sub jo t. "Fidelity." Seal* free. A ecriial welcome to nil. It WAPGH CHfltCH! 3t> AS'l) A ST&* N.E., REVT Geo. E. Mavdwell, !?.!?.. pastor.?11 a.m.. Rev. ?T. E. Gil?>ert. 1 >.I>.. "Immediate De-'idon;" 7:30 p.m.. the pastor; 9:30, S. S.; 6:30, E. I>. It MOUNT VERNON f*LACfc, dTH A NO K STS n.w.. Rev. W. F. l/>-ke. pastor. It a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. preaching; 9:30 a.m., Sunday school; 6:30 p.m., Epworth League. If i xiox metTioihst i:rist'(>p alThi kch. -joth St. bet. H and I'a. ave. n.w.: Rev. S. Re?se Mur ray. I).I)., pastor. 11 a.m.. Rev. Geo. W. King. Ph.D.. of 1'Umbarton Avenue Church: 7:30 p.m.. ! the Takoma Cliorus wiil give an evening of sacred music. Hricf sermon. Epworth League, 6:45 p.m. SPFt IIA L SERVICE AT WESLEY \l. eT Church. 5th and F sts. Rev. A. 11. Zimmerman wi 1 nr?-ach in the evening. There will bo "Il lustrated song" services btg'nnhig 7:30. It METROplST PROTESTANT. CONGRESS ST. METHODIST PROTEST A XT. Rev. T. O. Crouse, pastor. 11 a.m.. Rev. F. T. Tagg. P.P.: 7:30 p.m.. pastor. It* PRESD1TERIAN. NEW \ORK AYEXUE PRESIiVTERIAX CHURCH New York ave.. H and 13th sts.. Pr. Wallace Radcliflfe. pastor.? 11 a.m. and 7:45 p.m.. public vuiship, sermon by Dr. Geo. P. Wilson; music led by Quartet Choir; 9:30 a.m.. Bible school; 9:45 a.m., adult classes; 6:30 p.m., Christian Endeavor Society. It M ETROPOI -1T A X PRESR YTER IAN CH U RCH, 4ti' and R sts. s.e.. Rev. Albert Evans, D. P.. pi: st or. Services tomorrow at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sabbath school. 9:30 a.m.; V. P. S. C. E., 6:3<? p.m.; prayer meeting, Thursday. 7:30 p.m. FIRST, JOHN MARSHALL PLACE ii6SE (' and D n.w. 11 a.m. and 7:45 p.m., the jras toi. Donald C. .MacLeod, I>. D., will officiate; S S.. 9:30 a.m.; V. P. S. C. E.f 0:3o p.m. Visitors are Invited to all services. It THE EASTERX PRESRYTERIAX <CHURCH, 6th st. and Md. ave. n.e., REV. THOMAS C. EASTON, D. I? . PASTOR.? Sruday scbool at 9:30 a.m.; preaching by the pastor at 11 a.m.. topic, "The Man from Olen gi'iy;" Juniors at 3 p.m.; Westminster League a: 6:30 p.m.; preaching at 7:30 p.m. Strangers welcome. It F< ?U RTH PRKSMVTERI ANTTfrRrH, 131"II AND Fairmont sis.. Rev. Joseph T. Kelly, D. 1).. pjvstor. Sab. school, 9:30 a.m.; preaching by the pest or, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; C. E Soc'v * 6:30 | P-n>. It 1 WESTERN PRKSH\ i ! Ii I a N ? i 11 I:? iV. H~ST | l*et. 19th and 20th. George Bailey. Ph. D., ]>as I tor. 11 a.m.. "The Strategic Value of Chrlstiin Education;" 8 p.m.. "The Rattles of the Heart;" prayer meeting, 8 p.m., Thursday. it j 'HIE. CHURCH OF THE Ci) VEN A NT. COXX. ave.. N and 18th sts. Rev. Tfunls S.' Hamlin, D. I?.. j^astor. will officiate tomorrow at 11 a.m. find at 4 p.m.: Sunday school at 9:45 a.m.; Senior and Intermediate Christian Endeavor meetings at 5 p.m.; Thursday evening at 8, midweek service. It WASHINGTON HEIGHTS PRKSRVTFftTA V < hureh. Colnmibla and Kalornma roads. Rev. W. T. R. D. Moss, pastor.?11 a.m., 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school, 9:30 a.m. It K- KINGTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, NORTH : < ai?iti 1 and Florida ave. Preaching by pastor. Dr. W. Taliaferro Thompson, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.: Sabbath school, 3:30 p.m.; C. E., 6:30 P-nt. Seats free.t All welcome. ' it GUXTON TEMPLE MEMORIAL. 14TH AND R n.w. -Rev. John I^eo Allison, D.l> pastor, will preach at 11 a.m. and 7:45 p.m.; Sunday seh<*d at 9:30 a.m. in the chapel; C. E. meeting at 6:45 p.m.; prayer meeting at 7:45 Thursday evening. Every one welcome. j t SOUTHER* PRESBYTERIAN. SECOND. 22D NE\R Q SERMONS BY PASTOR Rev. H. Waddell Pratt, at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Seats free. 2t (? EN T Ii A L. SOU TIIER N ASSEMBLY REV. DR. NN illiam M. C. White of Petersburg, Va.. will preach 11 a m and 7:45 p.m. It CaifGllEGATIOBfAi. HT. PLEASANT CONGREGATIONAL ? IUBCH. <ol?:mb!a road and 14th st n.w.. R.-v M. Koss Finhburn, pastor 9:3o a.m.. Sundav school Mr James E. We?t. superintendent; 11 a.m.. sermon by trie past.ir, subje. t. -*a Remarkab'e Saint;" 3 p.m.. Junior Endeavor; 7 p.m.. Senior En <l-:tV"r; h p.m.. ?dcIre<H hy Mr. AW,-r Hiiell Burn"]!. Mil.Jwt ??JU-iMr.-hw." Mun|.. |,"v ,,?ar. tet ?nj eborm. Mr. g. FrwlOrlclt fcmltb. TtJBerr co.w; kki; \tikmai. rm iini. k>tii 7\\n X| Newman, nastor. 11 a.m.. puMlr u-urfhlp wltL st i mon hv pabtor s I'-ni.. il'iistrnrrd f.-rvl,-,- upon ?'The M nil ami Spiritual MenlficuiWf ..f SlHikespear;" miwl,. l,y rti't a imI chorus i-l i.'r, led by Dr. .1 W UN <-li.i(T, wgxnM: lt::to a.m., Sunday a.-liool; ?>:4r> I1-'" . Christian Endeajror. It LUTHERAN. 1.1 TI 11 .It I'l, \i'K MKMdlllAX, t'lU'lU'lI THOMAS ? tr. I, . IP-V J. i; Ii itl. r pasii.r. S.|vl<-<>a with .?riiM.ns li.v pastor. 11 and 7:3o KKI.I Kit MP. MOKIAI. I?rh mid Md. ave u.e.?I'avtor ('* 11 lt"ili'r. II and 7:3ii. 1 'jt. ' sr l-AII/s. UTII AND II \.\V JOHN T 11<1<I<11<'. pa.t?r Service*, n ?.m. a?(1 7.;.,, pm . Snnda\ school. 9:30; c. K.t 0:45. It ' CHURCH OF THE REFORMATION. PA. AVE. ami J.l b'. Her I.nlhoT Hess Warlnif M \ Service.-11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.: Sunday' ?-ho?I. !' ? " a.m.: catecheilcal . lasa. 4 p.m ; V. I'. S. G. K . 6:43 p.m. ruritrn of the atonkiiknt. i.in<!ol.\ ave. an<l U sr. i lo It a!, n.e.). lley, I. It, Hat'T. pas !>>r Services and preaching liy pantor, 11 a.m. uiid 7::'.o p.m.: Sunday ach...l. ij:;ui a.in. li? ST. .MARK'S M'THKItAX CiH'RCH. 8TH AXD P. ?.w.. Itev .1. I.uth'-r Kranti. pastor. S rvlces with pieachin* l?y the pastor at 11 a.m. and " p.m. It CH HIST1A!?.. vr AVE. f'HItlSTIAN CIH'ltrH. I'KHACHIXO at 11 a.m. and 7:?) p.m. by Itev. Z. T Sweeney of Indiana: Sunday achuol at D:30 a.m.; <*uristian Endeavor at ?:3<i p.m. All Invited. It UBKKAN INSTITITE "COIRlSTOXttMY, Olt the Klnir.uil) of the People of God." I,eetures each Suudav by It S. Thaiin. e*q , at Ninth Slreet Church, cor. 9th ami D n.e at S o'clock P.m. Atmlsslon fre". T. Ii. PIKTLE. President * imiVKRSALIST. CHI Itni OK Ol'R FATHER. 13TH AND I. S'lX. n.w.. Rev. John Van Schaick, pastor.?Services at 11 a.m. and S p.m. with sermon by the pas tor; subject, morning, "Georxe Washington and Dlvtne 1'rovldence;'' subject, evening. "Praistnx God by Proxy;" Sunday school. 0:15 a m ; Y. P. V. P., fl p.m. All cordially Invited. . It NKW rlit'HCH. THE .MKS8IAH-A PRESENT REA1.ITY," SI R Je. i of addreaa at the New Church Mla^l in 131'J New York ave. n.w . second floor, 4 p.m. All are cordially Invited. Free dr- uluting library Is open week days from 1 to 5 p.m. and on Sunday utter the close of meeting. It NBW CHI! RCH, llflll AND CORCORAN STS. n.w The Rev. Frank Sewall, D.D.. pastor, will preach at 11 a.m.. "The Serpeut Ufted l!p;" Sunday school, 12:15; vesi>er?, 5 p.m.. with brief address; evening service and lecture 7:3) o'clock ihlrd In course on "Bible Study Tic Morality of the O'.d Testament." Answers to crltllims Itlble teacters and students espedallv Invited lYIday evening, in pastor's studv, at" 7:30 II lusirate<l lecture to the Y. P. A. by the pastor ori "What I. Nnmb*-r1" * It KAT1Q.\A?. SEW THOUGHT CKXTEhT NATIONAL NBW THOUGHT CENTER. ^SFV iVar services at Rauschor's. 1032 Conn. ave.. at 4 p.m.. address by Mis. Emma Oray. subject. "Our Thought Garden." Dally noon meeting aBd Moudav* at 4:Jto p.m at l^an and Trust build ing. tKtMf f sad 0tb ati. Public Invited. It CHURCH NOTICES. EPISCOCAI. ST. MAKUAEKTS CHURCH, COXN. AVE. AND Bancroft place. Kev. Herbert Scott SinU i. D l)-. reefer.- Serrlt e*. 7:30 (holy emmooknu and H a.m., 8 p.m. The rector preaches. AU weltone. It . TRINITY (UrWH. 3D AND <" STS N W.. RftV. Kkliard I'. William*.?Servkes at 7:3<>. 11. 3.:4o and ?*. Confirmation lecture at 3. K *v. pere rrln?k Wroth of ItaUftuore pre-u-h at 8. It Cut riCli tit THE KI'Ti'HXn\. <5 ST. UKT. 1STH and 14th. Hev. It. 11. MrKiiu, D D.. ivctor. NtvJi ps: 8 a.m., 11 a.m . 4 p.m.. S p.m.; sab j'.M t Kt 8 p.m., "The Jndas Iscariot cf la? *?ld Testament." sr. r.\rl s runtm. 23i? ?St. x w xkau Washington Circle. I:-v. Alfr ed Harding. D_I>.. re tor. All H ats f.v.v Holy eonnnur.i?53? and 11 a.m. I choral service with ^enn-nj): mora ine prr.r?T and instruction. 1' a.in *, f iilirina tUm lecture, 4 p.m.; choral cvus'ii^ -and ser mon. S p.m. 1* ST. THOMAS'. is*! II NKAH DIPONT rittt'LE. 11 a.Ui.. bishop cf western NVw York; o p.m.. confirmation lecture by rector; 0 p.m., rect* r preaches. 25. ST. AN iTkI-.WS CMI KCil. COUNKK 14 III AN"1? Corcoran >ts. Sunday s. ivices: 7:3? a m., holy communion; 11 a.m.. the bishop of W ? s h m g ton will administer the rite of confirmation and will preach: 8 p.m.. evensonsr ami sermon by Rev. W. J. I). Thorn a?; S ?nday s<h?ol. 0:30 am. It Git ace ciirnni. i; K4 iii?; r.n >wn. nka it c< >r. 32d and M s*t.-.. ltev. I?r IVtiU wt?r - S rviees - 5$exageslma Sunday Morning prayer and sermon. 11 a.m.: e*en!n? ptr.yer and sermon. 4 pm.; Son day school. 0:30 a.m All sent* free. It* ST. MAKKTS ( HI RCli. "?I> AND A S.E.: UKV. W. L. I-evrles. Itev. G. F. lVter. Itev. I\ M. Pre* cott, elerpy.?Swrlces: 7:30, 11 a.m.. 4. 7:30 p.m. It GRACE 8TH AM) t> S.W.. UKY. CHAS. F. S'?\ tac. iecior.-.Vsi!;'pi'i]! lloly eucharlst, 7:H0; at*rvice and sermon at 11: evening service, 7:30. All wrltome. It* niPTIST. K. HEZ SWKM BAPTIZES AFTF.lt Sl/NDAY night rrrinon, 7:4."> o'c. Preaching. H a.in. I-arge chorus choir; fr\" pnvs. ?1 Baptist Ch. Audltmium. 4th and Va. avc. j^.o. 1* FLDKU j" T\ H<UYE. O. S^lVU'TIST. WILL preach In hall, 5th and G srs. n.w., Sunday. 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. It* GRACE CHITlTlI. OTil. D. FATI N <; PA. AV1:. s.c; Win. Nc-vlns. pastor.-- Prcaching by oast or inorninc ami ewnine: morning subject. "Fa'.th Cure and Chri-tian Scienca:" evening. "Fig leaf Aprons." lt^ METROPOLITAX B.VPTIStT ?W'Tf AND A N.K. : Jo!?n Compt^n Ball, pa*tor.- 11 a.m.. "The Fire Test for AT1 Life Work:" 7:30 p.m.. "Helpful Hints f r the Man Who Says I Am Too Great a Stuntr to Be Saved." " It west"WAsrHis<;t<)s. :iTsr and n: ('._ p. Stealey. pastor.--11 a.m., ' Our Women;" 7:30. "Why J4 - us Told One Man Not to Follcw Hlni.'f S. S.. 0:30. Strangers Invited. It temple" b7\pt"st (:Hri;i'n. nvni axp n sts., I)r. J. .T. Mu5r. pastor. Pnaehing, 31 a.m "Pa thetic Devotion:" 7:4.". p.m.. "IM??appo'ut?ng God." S. S.. 0:30 a.m. C. E.. l' A~> p.m. It 1IKST BAPiTsT. ir.Tll AND O STS. X.W.: REV. Chnrbs 1". Winb'giM*. pastor.- Preaching,^ 11 a.m., "Imperftct V5??:on and Kniiwledge;" 7:i*? p.m.. "Itepentence." baptisms: p.m.. En deavor meeting: 0:30 a.m.. Sunday school; E. illlit -1 Jackson, snpt. All are welcome. It CALVARY BAPTfST CHURCH. OTH AND H STS. n.w.; Itev. Samuel I!. Greene. D.D.. pastor. ; 0:30 a.m.. Sunday school: P. II. Bristovr. supt. PubMe wwshlp. with sermens by tie p*utor. II a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Tcaehcra' Bible C!u'?. Tliura day. 7 p.m.: church pray* r meeting. N p.m. En deavor meetings, Tuo day. S p.m.. and Sunday, 3:30 and p.m. All art? c< rdlall.v Invited. It FIFTH BAPTIST CHFRCH. E ST. NEAR 7TH s.w.; I?r. Weston Btuner. minister.--11 a.m.. "Wherefore S.ghest Tliou?" 7:30 p.m.. "Is God (Jood?"- first in serJe.s on "The Questions of the Hour." Feb. "Is God .lust?" March 4. "Does God Care?" March 11, "What b a Chris tian?" Baptism. H HA UY LA M? AY I: M' K CIiritC.il. MD. AYE. iu?:ir 14th st. n.e.. Rev. Rich a I'd H. Hi?*d ?!. pas tor. Preaofcl-rsr. 11 a.m. and 7:3o p.m.; S. S., 9:20 a.m.: .lr. C. E., 3 p.m.; Y. P.. 0:15 p.m. It UNITARIAN. \ll seines* ciiritcii. uth st. Conner ok L st. ii. w.. Rev. rijR--es G. B. pierce, mini ??tor.? 9:45 a.m.. S inday s-ho ami class for the com parative study of re'igioii. for adults; 10 a.m., unity study <lass; 11 a.m.. morning service, ser mon by tVe minister; 7 p.m.. Young People's Re ligious FnLou. Me-'tlng in the lect ire rixt'ii. 8 p.m.. evening s.-rv'.oe, last in cours? of s>rmons on "Th*' Ex ?'Mill?8: A Story cf the Soil's Pilgrim age VII. The Land Flowing with Milk and Hocey." All seats free a: -v.-nine servi.-f*- f -i7-2t CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FlltST CHURCH 0? CtfKIST. SCIENTIST, 15TIT and H n.w. Services: Sunday. 11 a.m. ami 8 p.m.. subject. "Christ Jtsus;" Sunday school. lo;4.r? a.m.: Wednesday. 8 p.m. Public conlially Invited. All seats free. Free reading rooms in the Traders' National Bank birililing, corner 10th st. and Pa. ave. lc__ SECOND CTH'RCH OF CHRIST. SCIENTIST, hall 1800 1 st. n.w. Services Sunday. .11 a.m.. subject, "Christ Jesus;" Sunday school, 12 m.; Wednesday. 8 p.m. Reading room, Traders Bank building. 10th .??. and Pa. ave. 11. NON-SECTARIAN. THE PEOPLE'S CIH'RCH. PYTHIAN TBMPLE. 1012 0th st. n.w.- Alex. Kent, minister, will speak at 11:15 on "Love The Fulti ling of the Ijiw." Seats free. All we! -ome. It FRIENDS. FRIENDS tOR'niODOXi. 13TII AND IRVING st?.. Columbia Heights. Sabbath school. 9:43 a.m.: meetings for worship. 11 a.m. ^aml 7:43 p.m.; midweek meeting, Fifth day, 7:45 p.m. All are web ome. 1* THE SOCIETY OF FRIENDS. 1H11 I ST N.W. Meetings at 11 o'clock. First Day gcbool at 11:45 o'clock. 55? SECU L A R LE AGUE. AT P.M.. IN PYTHIAN TEMPLE, 1012 DTH ST. n.w.. Mrs. Belva A. I?ckwood will speak on ''Marriate and Divorec." 1** Other services. YOFNG WOMEN S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. Dr. Ada K. Thomas >?. ill lead vesper scr. lee on Suudav at 4:30; good musb*. All women wel come. Coiner 12lh and F n.w. It D E V A NG E LIC A I. CHI: I ST IAN SCIENCE Oh-ureb. True Ref? rimes' Hall, loom o, cor. 12th and C sis. n.w. At S p.m. ELDER ROLAND B. HAZARD will deliver a bctur* on the subject, "The Power of Thought.^ Ail invited. It* KVAVGELB %L CHRISTIAN s 7IBXCE CHURCH, SCi/m^H RITE HALL, 1.M7 (J street, northwest. S7?rvlc"s 11 a.m. and 7::K> p.m. The morning leeture, by BISHOP OLIVER C. SARIN". will be of the regular series ?-f twelve free lec tures. loaching how to heal sickness and over come invertv and the inharmonic* ?-f life. This wilt 1.' the only fre - conr*e given during the year and tl.i:m> who wish to l?.*am this iclence should endeavor to attand. . lecture In evening by Mr. WINFIELD S. WHITMAN. Testimonial meeting Wednesoiy evening at :30. It* Army Orders. Officers recently promoted have been as signed as follows: Capt. Henry II. Sheen, to the 12th Company, Coast Artillery; First I^ieut. Claude P. Krlngham, to the tilth Company, Coast Artillery. First Lieut. Josiah C. Minus, 20th Infan try, has been assigned to temporary duty In the department of California, pending the return of his regiment from the Phil ippines. Capt. Ernest Hinds, Artillery Corps, lias been ordered to the general hospital. Hot Springs. Ark., for treatment. ('apt. George P. ^Vhite, tith Cavalry, has been granted leave of absenne for two months, and First I.ieut. George M. I.ea, 7th Cavalry, has been granted twenty days' extension of leave. MaJ. Charles (i. Morton, fith Infantry, has been detailed to the inspector general's de partment to fill a vacancy and 1ms been ausigned to duty in the Philippines. Maj. William T. Wood, inspector gener al's department, has been promoted lieuten ant colonel of infantry. MaJ. Frank Green, Signal Corps, has been relieved from duty in tite Philippines and ordered to Fort Ix-avenworth. Kan. The resignation of Veterinarian Charles A. Rapp, .'id Cavalry, has been accepted by the Secretary of War, to take effect at once. . Second I.ieut. Arthur D. Budd, 1st In fantry has been ordered to duty in the L>e paitment of the Kast. I.ieut. Col. David A. Lyle, ordnance de partment, lias been granted leave of ab gei.ee for two months on account of ill ness Marine Corps Orders. Capt. I.onls McC. I.lttle, from the marine barracks, Narragansett. R. I., and ordered to command the marine guard on the U. S. S. Khode Island. Capt. Wade L,. Jolly, ordered to the Phil ippines for assignment to duty. Capt. Herbert J. Hirshinger, granted thir ty days" leave of absence. In General Demand. Significant of the consumption of cham pagne In this country Is the quick appre ciation of wine perfection which keeps Moet & Ch.mdon champagne at the head of the list of importations into the United States. Last year there were brought Into the port of New Yqrk II0.:$87 cases of Moot & Chandon champagne, which amount Is over r>0 per cent greater than the importa tions of the brand second on the list, as shown in the.custom house statistics. Moet & Chandon "White Seal," vintage 1900. is selected for service almost exclusively at prominent functions, and the large reserve of this grand wine serves to maintain tie popular demand for it?Advt. FEELING OF UNREST PUBLIC PRINTER ALLAYS ALARM AMONG EMPLOYES. The public printer, Mr. Charles A. Still ings, today issued another general order, wiilcb i? numbered 8. and which sets forth that he "regrets to note the feeling of un rest and alarm prevailing among the em ployes of the government printing office. b4ciu.se of the changes iii the regulations for the proper condu?tir,g of the affairs of t.ie office on a reasonable business basis; and because of tfie great reduction in the amount cf work in course of manufacture as compared with that in previous years. "For the comfort and assurance of these j men and women who have given the gov | em merit efficient service in the past, and | are continuing to do so," the report i recites, "the public printer desires to inform all such that just as long as they do what is right and give th? government the best there Is in them, by working cheerfully, honestly and faitnfully, they will not be disturbed, except they give good cause for it or the condition of busl j noss does not warrant their further em i ployment. I "The public printer desires to encourage, ; by evtry honorable means,, a high standard l of proficiency in all branches of the work produeeu at the government printing office, and to assure the employes that if they trust to his fairness and honesty with them they will relieve ll.ems>?lves from much alarm, and their friends from the incon venient o of soiloiting consideration for them. "Should reductions in the force become, necessary they will be made, as nearly as it is possible for the public printer to do so, with fairness and equity, and only after each case has had his personal considera tion." REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS. G STREET NORTHWEST between 13th and 14th streets?Joseph C. Breckinridge ft ui. to John A. Massie, part original lot 17. square 253; $10. John A. Massie conveys same property to N. Landon Burehell; $1(1. KALOP.AMA HEIGHTS-?Inez R. Craw ford et vir, Theron C., to Martha S. Tucker, lots -1 and 23, block 13; SK!. I (.2.00. AMERICAN" FNIVERSITV PARK?John D. Croissant et al. trustees, to Fretta Firming, lot 27, block K; $300. NO. 1712 Q STREET NORTHWEST Jo sephine I"). Robinson to Mary S. Avery, lot 213, square 15*5; $10. G STREET SOFTHEAST between 4th and 5th streets?William A. Parks to Peter Halm, lot 22 and part lot 21. square *22; $1 HOLMEAD ESTATE?Harry B. Wil'.son et ux. to Davjd A. Offutt, lots 39 and 40, $10. David A. Offutt et us. to Harry B. Wllison. same property; $10. RENO?Giles F. Dyer et ux. to Beverly Lewis. lot 10. squire B; $5. Beverly I.ewis to Allen Lewis, part same lot; $lo. NEW JERSEY AVENFE NORTHWEST between I, and M streets?Mary C. Ca hiil to Winifred Truxel parts original lots S and !?, sejuare 557: $10. ! GEORGIA AVENFE SOFTHEAST be tween 12th and 13th streets?Le Grand White et al. to Edith A. White, lot C, ; square 1022* $10. ! NINTH AND EAST CAPITOL STREETS ?Katherine L. Kelly to Emma V. O'Donnell. part original lot l>, square 042; $10. NEWPORT PLACE NORTHWEST be tween 21st anel 22d streets?Edward M. Dulin et al. to Sarah F. J. Gooele, lots IKS to 2!I2. square 00; #10. TENNESSEE AVENFE NORTHEAST be tween A and B street??Georg? P. New ton et ux. to Ada- H. Davis, lot 00, square loll, $1 '. GlESBORO MANOR?Gio-ge J. S-ufTerie to James R. Rose, part contain ng 232 acres; $10. N STREET NORTHWEST between North Capitol and 1st streets? Melvin G. Ben jamin et tix. to Benjam'ti Blethyn, e>rig inal lots 6 and 7. square (il7; $10. SIXTEENTH STREET NORTHWEST be tween P anel Q street;?James C. Mc Guire et ux. to Ceiia H. Craig, part orig inal lot 11, square 1114; $8,800. MOFNT PLEASANT HEIGHTS?Fulton R Gordon et ux. to Jonas T. Unverzigt, lot r,l. square 4; $1,118.23. NO. 023 ACKER STREET NORTHEAST? Alice Carr et al. to Charles R. Bennett, part lots 76 and 77. square 801; $10. TWENTY-SECOND STREET NORTH WEST between M and N streets? F. AValter Brandenburg et al., trustees, to Patrick T. Niland, part lot 10, square 70; $800. FOFR-AND-A-IIALF AND D STREETS NORTHWEST (Fendail building)-Mary I.. Fendail et al. to Ben B. Bradford, lots A and B. square 533; $1(>. SOI Til BROOK LAND?John O'Mally to James H? Parsons, lot 0, block 1; $10. Same to Caroline Parsons, lot 7, block 1; $10. i DOBBINS- ADDITION?Melvin H. Herri man et ux. to John M. Foster, lot 31), block 0; $10. NO. Ifi21 FOFRT1I STREET NORTHEAST ?Richard E. Pairo et al. trustees, to Lemuel Norris, lot 51, square 52!>; $2,750. MARYLAND AVENFE NORTHEAST be tween 12tii and 13th streets?Same to same, lot 31. square 1005; $2,000. M STREET NORTHWEST between 33d and 34th streets?R. Henry Phillips to Robert A. Phillips, half Interest in lots 31 and 32. square 1205; $10. FOFRTBENTH STREET SOFTHEAST between K and L streets?Mary F. Goldsborougli to Thomas T. Luekett, part lot 37, square 1047; $10. I TWENTY-SECOND STREET NORTH WEST between G and II streets?Mary C. Waters et vir, J. Burrows, to Car enine V. Reed, part original lot 12. square 70; $10. DOBBINS" ADDITION?Joseph Paul et ux. to Clarkson R. Sherwood, lot 31, square 21; $1(1. LANIER HEIGHTS?Eeiward 11. Thomas et al., trustees, to Lillian R. Ward well, lot 172; $4,300. L STREET NORTHWEST between 13th and 14th streets?John H. Dunlop et ux. to Henry A. Willard, part lot 35, Snjuare 24S: $li,00'\ I LANIER HEIGHTS Lillian R. WardWeli ! te> Edward II. and Frances W. Thomas, lot 172; $10. FNIVERSITY HEIGHTS?George O. Rool et ux. to Minnie H. Burgess, iota 48 and 40. block 2; $10. ALLEY between L and M, 13th and 14th streets?John R. Shit-Ids to Hemy A. Willard. part lot 35, square 24S; $500. NINETEENTH STREET NORTH WEST between M and N streets?Maud G. Arm strong et al. to Herman E. Gasch, orig inal lot 23 and part original .lot 2-1, square 110; $12,000. CHILDREN'S COUNTRY HOME. Plans for Bentfiting Sick and Con valescent Children. Many Washlngtonians who are interested i in the matter are aiding in preparations for the entertainment to be given by Miss Hawko Tuesday afternoon, February 20, In the Columbia Theater, for the benefit of the Children's Country Home. When the home was opened, twenty-three years ago. It was Intended to give the poor children of Wash ington a short holiday in the country dur ing the hot weather. Many children have been benefited, but within the last t*?o or three years, since Camp Goodwill and the public playgrounds have bean organized the home Is no longer needed for this purpose. The board decided iaet year that it would takeonly convalescent children, wljo would be Ceneflted by the change, rest and fresh air. The children came from the Children's Hospital, the District Nurses' Society and the Associated Charities. A de>ctor visited the home several times a week. A room was provided for mothers with very sick babies, and if necessary the other children of the family were taken, which seemed to be much appreciated. This year it is proposed to Invite trained nurses who can be spared from the various hospitals for a week ul a time to give them a rest and to help with the children. It is thought the netv arrangement will appeal strongly to all who realize the needs of the convalescent children of Washington dur ing the hot weather. Donations may be sent to Mrs. Richard Wainwrlght, 129-1 New Hampshire avenue. \ . THE COURT RECORD EQUITY' COURT NO. 1?Chief Justice Cla baugh. Broderick agt. Broderick: order fix::v* time for defendant to see (Oilidren: com plainant's solicitor, Lloyd T. Evercl . de fendant's solicitors. J. K. Fague and Wil son & Barksdile. Oraie agt. Orme; withdrawal of certain papers authorized: complainant's solicitors, R. Iton.? Ferry Ac Son: defendant's solicitor. VV. F. Mflttlnglv. Mlersch afet. Miersch: appearance of ab sent defondatv ordered; complainant's so licitor. E. L. Gles. Grand Opera Mouse Company agt Wash ington Light Infantry Company; rule as 10 Injunction returnable, Feb uiry 2t, 1 !*><?: complainant's solicitors. F. J. Hogan and W. J. Lambert. Chase, agt. District of Columbia Kennel Club; rule a? to injunction returnable Feb ruary 25, ltWJ.S; compl tin int's solicitors, D: VV. Biker and \V. J. I .amber;. CIRCUIT COURT NO. 1-Justice Wright. Sea well agt. Ab<-il Company: motion for new trial argued and submitted to Justice Barnard: plaintiff's attorneys. A. 8. Wortti ington and C. W. Clagett; defendant's at torneys, F. S. Bright and J. J. Darlin-iton. Beemer agt. Corey; demurrer to defend ant's first plea sustained; plaintiff's attor neys. Hamilton & Colbert; defendant's at torney. E. B. Hav. West agt. Marshall; judgment under sev enty-third rule granted: plaintiff's attorney. U J. Mather; defendant's attorney. \Y. E. Lester. Osgood agt. Jr.f.lir Company: judgment for want of sufficient nffidavit ot defen-e: plain tiff's attorneys. J. F Sc.iggs and George C. Gertman: defendant's attorney, J. I. Peyser. United States ex rel. Tuttle agt. Allen, commissioner of patents; hearing on rule to show cause continued until March 2, 190(5. District of Columbia agt. Petty et a 1.; de murrer sustained, witii leave to plaintiff to amend declaration in thirty days; plaintiff's attorney. E. H. Thomas; defendant's attor neys. J. J. Darlington, Ralston & Siddons and W. C. Sullivan. Richardson agt. Washington Times Com pany; demurrer sustained and leave to plaintiff to amend declaration in ten days; plaintiff's attorney, B. T. Doyle; defend ani's attorney, W. J. Lambert. Wagner agt. Moran; motion for new trial continued to March 2; plaintiff's attorneys, John Ridout and Joseph D. Sullivan; de fendant's attorneys, R. F. Downing and 11. W. Sohon. : Hamilton agt. Markham; motion for new trial overruled; judgment on verdict; ap peal: supersedeas bond, JBOO; plaintiff's at torney, Campbell Carrington; defendant's attorneys, Leckie, Fulton & Cox. Nicolai agt Calloway; plaintiffs motion for new 4rial overruled; judgment on ver dict; appeal; bond for costs, plaintiff's attorneys. Leckie. Fulton At Cox; defend ant's attorney, S. T. Thomas. PROBATE COURT?Justice Stafford. Estate of Janirs B. Little-wood; petition for probate of will llica; attorney, W. W. Douglas. Estate of Fnwik D. Jandon; petition for letteis ot administration tiled; attorneys, Berry & Minor. Estate of John W. Bradshaw; petition for letters of administration tiled; attorney, C. A. Barnard. Estate of John Eaton; will dated Novem ber 2t>, 1SI,7, liied. Estate of Juiius E. Juencmann; petition for probate of will liied; attorney, M. F. Mangan. Estate of James Edmunds; will admitted to probate and letters of administration c. t. a. granted to George I>. Edmunds, bono f1<< 0; attorney, A. G. Bentley. Estate of Charles E. Wiley; letters of ad ministration granted to George C. Aukain, bond attorney. George C. Aukam. Estate of Margaret J. Taylor; auditor's report ratified; attorney, L. Cabell William son. Estate of Magdalen 1 Fugitt; order to make partial distribution; attorney, George ?C. Gertman. I11 re Dorothy K. Hanvey; answer filed; attorney, T. Percy Myers. Estate of John J. Fitzgerald; will dated June 27, 1905, filed. ? WINS AMERICAN BRIDE. Son of Japan Married in Catholic Church. The friendly relations existing between the American people and the Japanese were probably given more binding force through a marriage ceremony performed this morn ing at St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, 2d and-C streets northeast. The contract ing parties were Dominic J. Sonayama, a son of Japan, and Miss Margaret Sherry of this city, an American girl. Sonayama is said to come of one of tlie best -families in Japan, and. as usual with the men and women of this race, can trace his progeny back many centuries. He is, first of a!!, a Christian, and in this connec tion he has declared to friends that his family has been numbered among the Christion fold for very nearly 300 years. It is a matter of pride with Sonayama that his family was converted by St. Francis Xavier, and fifty yf-ars after the advent of St. Francis, when thousands of Christians were slaughtered at the hands of the Bud dhists, a number of his family survived and fled to the mountains. Here the refugees formed a colony and lived for many years. Returning to the populous distrints later, when the missionaries had returned, it was found that, with slight modifications .as to form, they had remained strong in the faith. Thus it has continued. Sonayama has an uncle in the priesthood, Father Fukahori, in Nagasaki. On attaining the school age Sonayama was given excellent educational advan tages, concluding with a college course at Nagasaki. ? His parents then decided that he should come to this country, and short ly after arriving he shipped as a sailor before the mast. Industry is one of his most distinctive qualities, it is said, and he never ceased to prosecute helpful studies. About three years ago Sonayama's period of enlistment expired, when he took an ex amination as stationary engineer in Phila delphia, attaining an average of 97 per cent, which is said to be the highest ever made for a like position in the city of brotherly love. He was assigned to duty at the navy yard in this city, and thus it came about that he met, wooed and won a Washington girl. Rev. Valentine F. Schmltt. pastor of St. Joseph's Church, performed the marriage ceremony, which wis followed by a mass. Tne official witnesses were Messrs. F. J. Daly and 11. II. Byrne. Rev. Ignatius Fea'ly, the assistant pastor, was 111 the sanctuary. Following a wedding breakfast at the home; of a friend, the couple left for a short honeymoon tour in the north and will return to this city to reside. Mrs. Sonayama is a prominent woman In St Joseph's parish, where she has been actively identified. Very few of her friends, it i? said, knew of the intended marriage. | Departmental Service Examinations. The I'nited States civil service commis sion invites attention to the examination scheduled In the manual of examinations, revised -to January 1, for clerk (male), to be held 011 the dates and at the places In dicated therein, and to state that applica tions will be accepted from women for the clerk examination who are legal residents of the following states and territories: Alas ka, Porto Rico, Hawaii, Indian Territory, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas, Wyoming. Women who are legal residents of other states and territories will not be admitted to this examination. Recently Appointed Officer Arrested. A special from Nogales, Ariz., says: Ben jamin Daniels, appointed, but not yet con firmed, as a United States marshal, was ar rested yesterday by Sheriff Fowler of Santa Cruz county on the ctiarge of fraud. Hans Larson, the complainant, alleges that Dan iels sold him'a mine In the Hershaw district a year ago for J800, and that when he went to do the assessment work James Harrison, supervisor of Santa Cruz county, claimed the property. Daniels was u Rough Rider. 1-Ie was appointed marshal last fall, but has not yet been confirmed by the Sen ate. Daniels says the charge is wholly un justified by any act of his. Fire in Bland's Alley. A fire occurred shortly before 11 o'clock tills morning in tlie chimney of house at. 41S Bland's alley. An alarm was turned in from box *27. The loss was limited to about $20, which la covered by insurance. The house :s owned by Steve Wall, and oc cupied by Fannie Childts. . FAIR AND WARMER. Temperature Tonight About 26 De grees; Light Winds. Forecast till 8 p.m. Sunday Fur the D's trlc't of Columbia, fair toi :ght aad Sunday, with rising temperature. temperature to night about S-i"; light northeast to east winds. For Maryland. f:iir. w.trtner tont and Sunday; light northeast to east winds. For Virginia, fair tonight; warmer In the interior Sunday, fair, warmer; light :o fresh northeast to east winds. Minimum temperature i?j.^' twenty-four hours, IS; a year ago. In. Weather conditions and general forecast? I<ow temperatures continue In the Atlantic states; elsewhere the> have rise 1 consid erably. except in the Dakota*. Nebraska and Colorado. There have been light snows in the upper Mississippi and the Missouri valleys, and rains In northern California and the north Pacific districts generally, in the lake re gion, the east and south the weather has been fair. The weather will continue fall- tonight and Sunday In the east and south, except In Ohio, where there will be local snows to night or Sunday. Temperatures will rise. The winds along trie middle Atlantic roast will be light easterly; on the south Atlantic coast, fresh northerly, and on the east gulf coast, light northeas!<-rly Steamers departing today for European ports will have light e>ast to southeast winds, with fair weather to the Grand Banks. Records for Twenty-Four Hours. The following were the readings of the thermometer and barometer at the w? Rther bureau for the twenty-four hours beginning at 2 p.m. yesterday: Thermometer?February 1(1. 4 p.m.. 34; 8 p.m., 32; 12 midnight, 2t. February 17, I a.m., IV; 8 a.m.. 20; 12 noon, 34; 2 p.m., 311. Maximum. 3V, at 2 p.m.. February 1": min imum. 18. at 7:30 a.m., February 17. Barometer?February 1?$. 4 p.m.. 30.48 ; 8 p.m., 30.52; 12 midnight, 30.f>3. February 17. 4 a.m.. 30.52; 8 a.m.. 30.55; noon, IiO.51; 2 p.m., 30.47. Downtown Temperature. Temperature recorded today by Feast & Co.'s standard thermometer. V a.m., 23; 12 m, 43; 2 p.m., 44. Tide Table. Today?Low tide, 8:50 a.m. and !>;50 p.m.; high tide. 2:10 a.m. and 2:50 p.m. Tomorrow?Low tide. U:C?K a.m. and 11 p.m.; high tide, 3:18 a.m. and 3:5(5 p.in. The Sun and Moon. Today?Sun rose, 0:50 a.m.; sun S' ts, 5:39 p.m. Tomorrow?Sun rises. 0:48 a.m. Moon rises, 3:05 a.m. tomorrow. The City Lights. The city lights and naphtha lamps all lighted by thirty minims after sunset: ex tinguishing begun one hour before sunrise. All arc and incandescent lamps lighted fif teen minutes after sunset and extinguished forty-live minutes before sunrise. WEEK ENDING FEB. 17, 1906 President Roosevelt selected Lieut. <*ol. William P. Duvnll to be brigadier genera4. The ship subsidy bill was passed In the Senate by a vote of ::s ti> 27. five republicans voting with the democrats in opposition; tiic joint statehood bill was taken up, and Mr. Dick of Ohio spoke in its favor; Senator Tillman Introduced a resolution providing for a government investigation of the al leged Pennsylvania railroad combination. Mr. Payne's attempt to call up his bill for the consolidation of customs districts wa.; defeated in the. House. John G. Brady, governor of Alaska, tenden d l is resigna tion to the President. James W. Davidson, consul at Aiming, resigned, declaring that I'nited States salaries do not pay the "x penses of the consulates. Captain Mlkkel sen. a Dune. is to head an American expedi tion to look for an archipelago supposed to exist in the arctic regions. Lincoln day celebrations were held in a number o?' places. A letter from President John Mitchell was read at the convention of miners In Pittsburg, in which the chief of the Mine Workers of America accuses Dis trict President Patrick Dolan of falsehood, ? and decided that the convention has a right to oust Dolan; the miners' scale committee in 'Nirw- York completed its demands to be laid before tiie operators today. The com mittee Investigating the affairs of the New York Life Insurance Company recommended that the officers and trustees responsible for campaign contributions be sued to compel restitution. The new armored cruiser Ten nessee made unofficially 22.1?i knots on her speed trial. Foreign. King Edward personally launched at Portsmouth, England, the battleship Dread nought, a turbine vessel and the larg st of her kind In the world. The British house of lords re-elected James William Lowther ? speaker. The new Rrilish gi>v< rnment has declared itself In favor of oUI-age pensions. A new revolt, said to be inspired by ex President Jimenez, broke out in Santo Do mingo. Several monuments to the Ameri can dead were dedicated in Cuba. The dis cord in the Russian cabinet reached a point where, it was stated, either Minister >f the Interior Durnovo or Premier Wlttc would be forced to resign. Great Britain sent a gunboat to the Turko-Egyptian frontier to demand the removal of Turkish troops. An earthquake did serious damage in the prov ince of Calabria, Italy. The coast towns be tween Tumaco and Ktiena Ventura, Colom bia, South America, were reported to have been swept away by a tidal wave due to an earthquake; seventy bodies w< re found on the beaches. In the District. Miss Alice L. Roosevelt, daughter e>f the President, and Representative Nicholas Ix>ngwortli of Ohio were married Saturday at noon In the <>ast room of the White House, the ceremony being performed by Bishop Satterlee. Representative Adams' bill to establish a whipping; post In the District of Columbia was tabled in the House by a vote of 155 to 57. George W. Beavers, formerly chief of the division of salaries and allowances. Post Office De partment. indicted in connection with the Post Office Department irregularities, en tered a plea of guilty to the indictment charging conspiracy, and was sentenced to imprisonment for two years in the peniten tiary. By an opinion of the justices of the Supreme Court of the District ejf Columbia is was directed that John 11. Adriaans, a local attorney, be disbarred from practice in the courts of the District. Government Inspecor John P. Reach was convicted of deadly assault on Ernest Gichner, a cornice contractor. As the result of a fractured skull received in an unknown manner on the night of February 1 Morris J. Holloran. sixty-five years of age, an inmate of the Soldiers' Home, died at Barnes' Hospital. Mary Day. thirty years old, colored, com mitted suicide by jumping into Rock Creek. William Sefton. twenty-five years old, a photographer, after firing two futile shots at Ills sweetheart, placed the revolver at his own head and blew out his brains. Artiong those who died were: Brig. Gen. W. P. Vose; Capt. William J. Simmons, superintendent of the paper va re rooms of the government printing office, and John Dempster Croissant. Horseshoer's Skull Flattened Bullets. The surgeons of the Harlem Hospital, In New York city, are examining what they believe to be a remarkable instance of the resistance of the human skull to the impact of bullets. The pal lent Is William Murphy, a horseshoer, twenty-seven years old. Yesterday he fired two bullets from a re volver at Ills forehead with the muzzle of the weapon wltliln six Inches of Its mark. After the first shot he fell to the floor of a saloon. When a barkeeper ran to him and exclaimed: "What are you doing?trying to kill yourself?" the horseshoer sat up and replied: "Yes, but I don't seem to have suc ceeded; so here goes for another shot." He then fired again, and when an ambulance had been summoned, waved assistance aside and walked unaided to the vehicle, declar ing that the bullets had not hurt him. At the hospMal the first bullet was found In the flesh of Murphy's forehead and was somewhat flattened. Apparently it had not Injured the bone. The second bullet had been deflected and made a scalp wound. Fine Imposed. For an alleged Invasion of the house of Charles Riehter, 1019 D stre?4 southwest, and the use of profane language, Richard Martin was sentenced to pay a fine of $20 or spend sixty days in the workhouse by Judge Kimball, in the District branch of the Police Court today. FOR PERMANENT BOMB CARNEGIE INSTITUTION BUYS TRACT OF LAND. The Carnegie Institution of Wa?hlngtot* ha* secured m per?nai-? nt home In this city? Since its foundation, a few years avi? through the donation by Mr. Andrew Car negie of Jlrt.'**'."!*), It has occupied rented quarters here. Now it l? proposed to erect! a building that will be suitable as head quarter*. nnd for s.i h ti ? % as may be re quired of a structure of that sort Mr. Louis P Shoemaker has arranging with Or. S It. Woodward, the pre*.dent oC Carnegi,. Instituton, for tin- sale of a tract of laud containing about six acres adjoin ing on ti e e-?st t! .? tract kimwn as Dunbar? toil, belongh g to the Sisters of the Holyp Cross, and n?ar the subdivision ot Fern wood. the property of the Chevy C!ia??* I .a rid Company on Connecticut .?ven?e. Th*> property is north of Pierce's Mill road, in<t Ih not far east of the building occupied by? tin- I'nlted States bureau of standard*. The location selected Is a high and com manding one. and 1? looked upon as one off ttie finest iu the vicinity of the city front the standpoint of altitude and view. It t# a |>ait of the l'ierce "ho* maker property, and !iaj? been in the family for more thaiv < ne liundrcd >ear?. It i es northwest of tti? o'd Shoemaker homesead. near I fie o^ t Pierce mill, and also adjacent to Kocic Creek Park. The view from the property Is ail ? xten sive one. overlooking, as It does the < Ity off Washington, the paik and the surrounding country. It is the purpose of tlie Onm-glis Institution to Improve this property at one* by the erection of a bu.ldlng for lt? use tn cost about SliSMMiti. It Is undert*?v>d thaC the price paid for the property was aliout $3,S00 pet acre. The street which has been recently openett east from Connecticut avenue, and which tiikes the place of a section of the Pierce Mill road will !>?? continued to tills property so as to render it easily accessible from Connecticut avenue. It is stat.-d that It I" the purpose <'f tli?? Sisters of the Holy ('ross to begin the com ing season the erection of a building ot* their proper!). WHOLESALE PRODUCE MARKET. EGGS.? Nearby fresh Virginia, 14; West Virginia and southwest Virginia, l'!'?; Tennessee, l.'t'i. North Carolina, l.'l. lH'TTKH Creamery, fancy, 'J?; western firsts, 27; seconds. 25; process, fancy. 2on -I; fair to good, ISa'JO; store-packed, fresh, 1 f>a 17. CHEESE.? New York state factory, fall, large, 1.1; fall, small. Id; summer. large. 15; summer, small. 14>s , western factory, new, choice. 14; lair to good. PJal.'t POri.THV.? Chickens, spring, large, pep lb.. Hi; medium, per lb . I(i; winter chicks, per lb., lHa'.'d. hens, per lb. l.'t; roosters, per lb., 7, ducks, old. per lit. 13; young, per ll>., 14. geese, per lb.. 10al2; turkeys, toms. per lb, 15, hens, per lb., 10, keats, per lb , lo. 1 > HESS ED rOPl.TRY. ? Hen turkeys, undrawn, per lb. IN, average, undrawn, per lh.. ltial"; thin, per lb., !Oal2; toms. per lb., laalfl; chickens, spring, large, per lb.. 1<>; medium, per lb , Jt!al7; small, pec lb., lfia 17; capons, 7-lb. average, per lb.. IK; small. 14al5; slips, per lb, 13al4; liens, choice, per lb., l.'tal.'t'*; roosters, per lb. Ka!'. ducks, old, per lb., 14al.%; young, per lb., 15aHi; geese, per lb . llal.i. VEGETAIiI.ES?Neu potatoes, bid 5 ati.OO; old potatoes. New York. 75aS5; old potatoes, Michigan. 75aM5; sweet potatoes, 2.'Mla2.50; yams. 1.75a2.oo; parsley. basket, IMMia.'t-OO; carrots, per bu., l.ooal.25; cab huge. Danish. I1-. spinach, libl., 1.75a 11.00; kale, bbl., 75; egg plant, crate, 2.00a4.<?0; celery, California, 45at?5; cucum bers. hothouse, loal-'o. lettuce, basket, 4.?m? aO.OO; onions, bbl.. 1.75a2.25; peppers, ?ai rier, 4.00aH.00; string beans, basket, 4 7.oo; tomatoes, crate, 4,UUalLUU; Brussels sprouts, box. 15a-5; riiubarb, doz., 75al."0. GREEN FR1 ITS?Apples, Baldwin. 4..VI a5.50; York Imperial. 4.<H>a5 00; Hen Davis, 4.00b5.<mj; King. 5 "Had"??;*VVlne Sap. 4 50;, 5.50; Spy, p?r bbl. 4.5<>ad.<H>; Greening, per bbl . 5 OOad.OO; oranges, Florida bright, box, 3.00n3.'K0! Florida russet*, box, 2.75a3.25; California navels, box - 7*? a.3,25; tangerines, box, 4.?toa0?Hi; lemons, box, 2.75a3.25: grapefruit, box. 4 ooaft oo; cranberries, bbl. 25.oil (5.00 per box); strawberries. box, 40aS0; pineapples, crate, 3.00a5.00. HAY AND STRAW.?Timothy, choice, 13.51 la 15.no; No. 1. 12.50al3.iK); No. -. 11 an.50; mixed hay. 7.ooal2.<K), clover. 7'?? al2.00; straw, rye, bundle, 10.50all.oo. rye. machine thrash, 8.50; wheat, C.5o; "at straw, per ton. 7.0?U7.50. LIVE STOCK.?f'attle, extra, per int., 5.(Hla5.25; butchered, per cwt, 4.ooil.75; common, per cwt., J.OOa^.SO; rough, nev cwt., 1.5oa2.oo; hogs, per cwt., gross. <1.25 att.50; ordinary, per cwt., f>.OOa5.5o; sheep, wool. 3.50a4.5<t; lambs, spring, choice, per lb., 7'.?; medium, per li>, 0; calves, per l.i . 8; medium, per lb. ~\z; common, per lb. 5a0; grass, per lb., ,'t V4a4; cows, prime, fresh, each, :i5.00a4o.iM?; common, each, 20.00a?0.00; old and dry, S.ooalo.oo. DRESSED MEATS.?Calves, full dress ed, lOall; hog-dressed calves, SalO; l ams, country, sugar cured. 14nl5; hogs, small and neat, per cwt,, 7.50a8.00; medium, ti 5i? a7.oo; heavy, 0.00a6.50. ^VOOI. AND HIDES.?Quotations for furs on No. 1 articles only. Wool, washed, free of burrs, per lb.. 38a40; wool, unwash ed, per lb., 30a33; hides, green, per lb.. 10; dry, per lb, I5al7; sheepskins, green, each, 1 O0al.2'5; dry, e^-h. 25a75; calf skins. green, each. 1 OOal.fiO; muskrat, each, 12al.S; skunk, each, 25a75; mink, each. 3.00a4.00; rabbit skins, each, lo; opossum, each. 25u27; raccoon, each. 25a 00; fox, red, each, 2.ooa'jB5o; gray, each, 75ai)0. -GAME.?Quail, per doz.. 2.00a3.5o. FLOl'R.? Winter extra. 3,OOa3.25: win ter straight, 3.75a4 0o; winter patent. i .Vt a5.00; spring straight. 4.25a4 50; spring patent, 4.75a525. Cornmeal, per 100 lbs., 1.20al.30. GRAIN. ? Wheat, choice. 80aS2; off grades, 50a75. Corn, shelled, new. white. 48a50; yellow. 4Ha50; ear. 2.60a2.75 Oats, western white. No. 2, 37a38; mixed, .l5a,W. Personal Mention. Dr. William Hart Dexter leaves thi< even ing for Chicago to n piesent the offici of farm managcme.it, I'lilted States Depart ment of Agriculture, at the national d;iiiy farmers' convention February 22 to 24. to be held m connection with the national dairy show in tin- Coliseum. Several Washington business men are ar ranging to go to New Orleans to attend tli? Mardi Gims festivities. Amcng tins.' ^ Mr. Nathan Sickle of loll Pennsylvania ave nue, who will be acompanied by Dr. K. B. Jarvis of Mount Vernon, N. Y. Mr. Siekie will be gone about fifteen days and wilt also visit several Florida cities. Atlanta, Charleston and other southern points on his return to Washington. Senator E. W. Carmack of Tenne^-ee Is registered at the Ebbitt House. Examination for Draftsman. The civil service commission will ho!4 an examination March 21-22 for the posi tion of topographic draftsman in the Post Office Department at JlxJO per annum. A? the commission has experienced consider able difficulty in securing ellglbles for th!? position, none having been secured as the result of the examination held January 3-4. qualified persons are urged to enter this examination. After Race Track Gambling. A bill to make gambling on races a felony within race track inclcsures was intro duced In the. assembly at Albany, N. Y., yesterday. It Is expected the same meas ure will be Introduced In the senata Monday night. A statement given out In connection with the bill says that under the law as It now stands the only legal ac tion possible In connection with race bet ting Is for the peraon who loses on a ra<?* course to sue the winner for the amount lost, while the same act outside a racA track lnclosure is a felony, punishable by, imprisonment and a fine Entire Town Nearly Burned. The town of Preacher. Wise county, Va^ was "almost entirely swept out of exist ence by Are yesterday. Loss, approximate* ly, (50,000; partly covered by insurance.