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FRATERNAL NOTICES.
r juhn s i.odob. xo. 12. r. a. a. m.-all
inemW'i* of St. John's I*>dge. No. 12. F. A. A.
M.. will meet a' the hall. 5th st. aod Va. ave..
Monday. Nov. 12. at 12 o'clock sharp, to attend
the funeral of II ? J a met* W. Wood.
By order W. M.
NATHANIEL ROBINSON. Seore;ary.
~~ k n h HmnOI~I?VTIIl A8.
The mo,niters of Franklin lxnljfe. No. 2. will
meet at the Temple. 101J &th *t. n.w.. An Sun
day. No re ruber 11, at 2 p.m.. to make arrange
ment-: for Ihe funeral of our late Bro. I*. C.
Newel 11. Steven*. The funeral will take place
oil M:?n?laj. November 12, at 0 a.m. from his
late resident e. 233 8th st. n.e.
Member* of sister lodges are Invited to Join
with us.
Tix.u .n?*iu D n I> ft TDin.*
SPECIAL NOTICES.
SI KC1AL NOTICE.
To the oXirera ami memlifra of the Yonnj
Men's Protective League?Yo;i are hereby request
ed to meet at the Vermont Avenue ttaptist
I'tiurrh. Vt. ave. iK-tweeu Q ami H at*.. Monday
? venlnji, Nov. 12. 1WW. I>ark rlothen will be in
l'raleinallv, C. K. M. BKUWNE, I*rea.:
H. OI.1VKK 1COOKKS. Sec'y. nolt>-2t*
Full |;KNT ?2l.io and 24.1C~BKHJIITWOOD AVkH
nix 2-?tory. .Vroom and bath apartment hour.es;
all modern improvement*; tinely finished; must
be reen to Ik- appreciated. Key nearby, at 712
Euclid it, nol0-7t*
We're Known Best
?as printers, but our reputation
as bookbinders is constantly
growing. Finest work at fairest
prices always.
Geo.E.Eioward,71l4 12th St.
FfllNTEtl. RNGRAVER AND BOOKBINDER.
nolO-d.eSu-14
This 5s Ideal Weather
For BUCKWHEAT CAXSS
Onier a package of MILIjER'S SELF
R VISING Ki rKWUPAT and have the most
dcHcicns griddle cake* tha: can bs made.
Y??n ?-?n always depend on tbe purity and
quality of MIIJJHt'K.
At your grocer's. No consumers supplied.
B. B. Earrasfliiaw & Br<s?,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, lllli and M *t?. ?.? .
i^OIECe TtO JOODCKd.
We inike a upvciilty of catering to the
wants of jobbers?always carry complete
*to? k of twythin? In thi- MILL WORK ami
LI'MBfeU Hue they require-- many things not
found anywhpre else in thf* city?and our
delivery service is very prompt and satis
factory
f7SMALL LOTS of lumber of all kinds.
Geo. M. Barker, "'nN7.bT."r
All K1 ids of MILLWORK and LI MBER.
nolO-tf 14
Capable arad
ReHnalbiie Roof Menu
To have the leaky roof an 1 damp walla effect
ively cur?'ti It la ne<*ea??ry to seenre Yjie service* of
the "Ft* oflng Expert?.*' t'omrannd^ns any time
you're reaijr and we'll do the work right an<l at the
right pri<-e
Grafton & Soto, "-uT"sr'^w."
nolO-HHl 'rbonc M. 7t?0.
"Tennessee" Whssky Is
A Prime Favorite.
You'll get n whisky that wTI prove exactly
to your Hklng when yon order "TEXN ES
SE F " Fully ?cwl and absolutely pure, J|
large hottIf for <4/11
Shoemaker Co,, n!?>iia?k.
_Bol0s.tu4th-10
Rfiunvilrlio+c IC/DiH/ff
Circulars.
Our print shcp in thoroughly well equipped. Our
types Mi** ww and attractive. Our pr?pli> me *
r?rt? of long experience. Rock'ets. Folders and
lrrulai* of uni'auu. attra turned out.
Jisdd <& Detweiler,
The Blj Print Shop. 425? 22 11th st. n.ir.
nol<? TiKi
WILL THOSE I'KKSONjT"\VHO WITNESSED AC
eldent to lndy attempting to beard car at 14th
and If stx.. Saturday afternoon la*t. kindlj- send
their rauie* to I'UaRLES DORSEY, 21)16 Olive
Furnace and Latrobe Work
The maximum an.ount of heat is obtained with J
th? sumUrsf consumption of fuel when the Furnace
or Latrobe is in perfect condition. We niakf??Fur
MCts and Latrobes good an urw at small <Y?t.
Hutchinson <& McCarthy,
M.T MB1NU * STOVE KEPAIRING. 520 10th it. B.w.
HOfl llxl
Expert On Watches..
?Witeli Cleaning. Tic. Mainspring, 75c. Crystal,
10c. Strictly first class work.
Max Qreenberg^^ ^-iotu ,t.
no9 d.eSii-S _______
The COMBINATION
?of LOWEST PRICES and COM
PLETE stocks make this store the
iiiwm >dUM<lLlui >
OFFICE SUPPLIES.
E. MORRISON PAPER CO.
1009 PA. AVE. AND 401-03 00 ELEVENTH ST.
uoO-d .eSu. 14
of Men's. Women's and Children's
XJfuJ'iJ'C? Rubbers for sale at 15c.. 20c. and
r^i^TTxPrior *? our removal.
ENDS Wl STILL RKPAIR DOLLS.
HOLMES * CO., Rl'BBER GOODS. 611 9th St. n.w.
ocl-7?t.eSu.fl
H. KAUFMAN.
LADIES' TAlLrffcR ~JlST) FURRIER.
Formerly of 714 13th at. n.w.. Is now located
at 11 lo 16th st. n.w., and would be pleased
to m>e his former j?atroiH? no7,10,17.24
Do You Know Argo?
It i f ha >x>u? nhntn riu nsr mtilo TKa Trait*
hare blarkliated tbl* paper. becanae It'* better
th?n any they produce. Free sample giTen on
request.
MA U doca Manufacturing Optician.
.. U_CCSC, 614 Sth ?t. S.W.
aulO Wit-8
ONE APARTMENT FOR RENT.
SPECIAL RATE.
FIVE I^ARGK, ROOMS AND BATH.
FRONT APARTMENT; SOUTHERN EXPOSURE.
NEW. MODERN FIREPROOF BUILDING.
1XOUIRB OF JAMTOR
florence court.
California st. and phelps tl.
oc 7t
doctors' hani) engraved
BRASS SIGNS, $2.00.
* GOLDSMITH,^
24-001.5
Piirftir**? xlhni'fl- IP>ll??aic*?
? When you bar# yoar photo taken here ?at
lafartlon la aasureO. Our work If etrlctly
blcb-claaa. Carrful poaln*.
PHOTO 1228 F at. a.m.
* fl^vl STUDIO. Formerly 477 Pm. ?vc. n.w.
bo4-M
W. R. SPEARE,
FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER,
940 F Street N. W.
'Phones Main
n?l th.ua. 8u.tu.f,tf.8
TRKASI KT DCPAitTMENT,
umcc or me LX>mpiroiier or toe uarrfocy,
Washington, October 24, 1908.
Notice la hereby riven to all pentona who may
hare claim* against the "People's kavlnga Bank *
of Washington. P. C-. that the aame moat be pre
sented to John W. 8rboield. receiver, with the
legal proof thereof, within three months from this
date, or they may be diaallowed.
WILLIAM B. RIDGBLY.
nol-3m 12 Comptroller of the Currency.
TIIK AXNfAI. MKETIXO OF HHARtTilOLll.CRS
of the Cspuxays Mining Company will V held in
Rooms Ml-13 and Ml Colorado bldg.. Moml?\\ No
vember 26. at 1 o'clock p.m. Transfer books close
13 days prior to the meeting and will uot reopen
until adjournment thereof. E. C. BRYAN. Socy.
Tr?aa. oc27.no3.l0.17A24
AGENCY FOR
DR. JAEGER'S
WORLD-RENOWNED PURE
WOOL UNDERWEAR.
TYSSOWSKI BROS.,
72d IStta St.
Shirt M?k?m Delmel Uuq-UhI
ocll-tf-eSu-10
AN OLD ESTABLISHED GROCERY BUSINESS
FOR SAUK
In ronieqoeaoa of ibc death at Mr. Willi*? H.
UrCfreab, the member of our firm of
JickioD * Co.. sad not wishing to rontlnoe tb?
boalneu for any longer period, I offer for nit.
aa a whole. the stock of ?ondl, flit urea. leave.
food nlll. etc.. of aald boiluwa of Jackson 4k
Co., at KM Panna. a??. n.w.
For t?rmi aod > ; othar laforautlon apply to
Mr. Cwp J. taadfarl*. oa tha prealaca. bctwaea
tka hoara at I a m aad > P.B.
ocld-tf K. a SecmarLft SsrvlvUc piartaar.
MOVING PACK-IKS AND KHIPl'iMJ.
Largaat paddad ?aaa. $4 load.
Two-ban* walu. B 111.
COLUMBIA TttANHFKR CO.. 7U lltk at. m.w.
)e?tf.?
graiTVAMHE.
AT.TRKTA. ?10 X. Y. ATE.. THE 01.UE8T RE
Itahlr pay?-blr palmtat mMm. Advlrv on all af
fBlra of Ilf . Rradinfa rnlar*d tkla week.
SPIRITUALISM.
FIRST ASSOCIATION, GI'DE BROTHERS'
Hall. 1214 F st. n.tv.?Mrs, Lonsley nil! sneak
at 11 a.m. ??n "S'nif Thine* About Payebism;"
7:45 p.in.. "The Outlook of .Spiritualism;" mes
sages will bo given by Mr*. Longley and Mr*.
Nebbe afttr morning lecture. anJ by Mrs. Long
ley at tho .'vninc *?nr!co; Sunday a-boo-. 10
a.m.; auxiliary meet* Tturrd.iy. 8 p.m.. when
s;?!rit messages and personal reading.-* will be
given by many h>eal mediums.
TEMPLE I.EAGTE AT PYTH1JIX . TkM VI.K
Sunday. 7:45 p.m.; mediums' me?tfng, Mr.
Brown and Mr?*. 0?'l?l*?n, me;i??cn?; afcort talss;
good mnslc; all welcome; seats free.
MRS~N0BBE wiuiliOLbSrm SfcXSOtr 8UN-V
4aj nljrht. 8 o'clock, at 017 Eye at. n.w.; private
readings <181)}-: circle v'fry Wodnndar and Fri
day night. H o'clock; 'phone M. 598-1 M.
MII.ALFli EI) iCTKRHY WILL II OLD A MEET
Ir.jt lecture fallowed by rests Sanday evening at
8 o*<Jo?*k at 131 at., n.e. S-anee for" evening.
Interviews diily. 'Phone East 1572 M.
MRS. IIKNKl.E IKlIJ).S M~KFhlNi;STYRKi FfU
day and Snnday evening* at 11 4th st. s.e. Every
one guts a readin.:. Headings flatty.
MRS. V."IIITE lToLDS SBASSES 0? J5FNDAY.
Tuesday and Friday, 8 p.m. circle Monday
night: private readings dally. l?31JitU-8t. n.w.
MR. KBELER.' 91S II ST.?PRIVATE INTER
VIEWS by wonderful slate writing dally. Informa
tion ou every comvlvable matter. Telennone
MainjKBl-F. i . no3 2t* ,
MR. -E. M1M.OX. PSYCHIC. 012 I 8T. N.*A\?
Automatic and Independent readfnga -.*n all ??sb-.
jerts. Ifuira 9 to 4. Tel. Main M M.
CHUBCH NOTICES.
4JETHODIST KPISCOPAt.
HAMLINR M. E. CHURCH. HTH AVd P STS.
d.w., (,'arl G. I>ouey. pastor.? 8:30. Snaday
school: 11. seunon.' "Cbiwt and Christians;'*
tt:30. Epworrh I-eague; T:30. sermon. Spiritual
Cause and Effect." A cordial welcome to all.
VeKEXI>RKE M. E. OIIU^OH. MA8S."~AVE7~BET.
9th and 10tb.-Preaching in tb* morning by tb*
pastor. K. L Hubbard. Anniversary of the
( ospel Mission at nighr.
FOIMHIY M E.CHURCH. 1 ?TH~AND~CHURO H
sts. p.w.. Rev. Robert M. Moore: pastor. -Sun
day school. 9:30 a.m.; ureachlng by Ibe pastor
IT a.m. and 8 p.m.; Epmorrh League,! p.m.
Seats fre?>. All welcome.
l>lTMB\RTO\ AVk7M. R.~CHTKCH~RKT ~GFX).
W. King. Tb. I>.. pastor.?11 a.m.. "Christian
Ix?re;" 8 p.m.. "For What tbe Wicked Will Bp
Punished Forever;*' 9:30 a.m.. Sundiy school; 7
p.m.. F.pworth League: revival meeting** at 7:30
uai-h nrunlns oTi>A>it Vn f llril a r
GRACE. HTM AND S sts^N.W.. REV. JOSEPH
Edmund Smith. llp., paator.?11 a.m.. Dr. H.
R. Xaylor: 7:30 p.m.. the pastor: 9:30 a.m.,
Sunday school: 6:30. Ep worth Leajpie.
calvary M. E. church FOURTH ANM
versary; pennon by Pres'dent W. P. Thirkield at
11 a.m.: 7:30 p.m., pastor.
metropolitan xTemorial m. k. church.
l*reach!nsr nt 11 a.m. and 8 n.m. by Rev. Frank
M. Rrlstol. D. !>.: evenlnj? snbject. "Queer
Folks;" Sunday school. 0:30 a.m.: Metropolitan
BIMe dan; Epwonh League. 6:30 p.m.
TRi:xity M. 1B. CHUBC1l7~C<>R. I5TH AND C
st?. s.e.?11 a.m.. Dr. Wm. Dohs<?n. missionary
from China: 7:30 p.m.. h. S. France, P. I).:
6:3i? p.m.. Epworlh League; 9:30 a.m.. Sunday
school.
MT. v KRNON place"M. R~CHURCII south,
cor. 9th and K Pts. n.w.. Rev. w. French I/>cke.
8 p.m.. by Rpv. A. T. Ramsey: Sunday school.
9:3<> a.m. : W. W. Millan. superintendent: Ep
worlh I^easue. 7 p.m.: prayer meeting. Thurs
day. 8 p.m.
si'KcTAirSKRVlCKS"IVIrr7~RE HELD AT THE
M?-?n?r^Htan A. M. F. f'ltur K M st. b tween
fl.Vh and 1 Gtli st*. n.w.. Sunday. Nov. 11, at
3:30 ??.tn.: a wmon \vil> be preached by the
R?t. John M. S-M?-k. pastor of Grace Dutch Re
form Church, i.'th m"-1 O Pts. n.w.: special
mush* by the Metro poll ran choir.
A I.OVE FEAST~\ViTfTbF 11VM>AT~McKFXI>REF.
M. F. Chur?-li Monday. Nov >ml?er 12. 2 p in., fol
lowed by an addr?ss on "Pastoral and Personal
Evangelism" by Rev. C'inr'es L. tJoodelT, D. D.,
of New York. All are cordially invited.
?? rti wn < in n< ?. w .i.M' .** uc.t . 'ic,n.
E. MavdweTl I>. !>.. nast r.?11 a.m. aud 7:30
p.m.. Rev. .1. S. Whlttlnjrton of B?'tim'?re: 6:31
p.m . Kpworth Leagje; 9:30 a.m.. Sunday school.
U.\H<N MKTIIorUST TCP!* 'OPAL~< M l^RTII-^DTH
*t n.w.. near I*a. are.?First anniversary of the
"( oaptl M tow ion " ot 11 a.m.: sours and testimo
nies by mission work-T*. solo* address by T>r.
M* rray. pa?t<>r: Inler^tniff ex n-ise*. Sr.nday
school. 9:30: fepworth I..*?a2roe, 7 p.m.; preaching,
J* p.m.. by Dr. S. Kee-e Murray.
" m ethotdist" p~rotestantT
(h?\(iiikss ? st\ yi. I\ cmm/ji. 31st ST.?
1 Preaching. 11 a.m. and 7:30 p^m.. by ihe pas
tor, Re*. T. O. 0?a*e. D. D.; revival services
continued during next week.
" PRESHVTERIAK. "
XF.W VOKK AVEXI K PItFSil YTEItlAV rHlTRCfl.
New York avc.. H and 13th sts.. Dr. Wallace
Radcliffe. pastor.?11 a.m.. the world prayer for
young men: 7:45 p.m.. "The Man With' the
Mack-rake;" music led by the quartet choir;
.9:30 a.m.. Bible school; 0:45 a.m.. adult classes:
6:30 p.m.. Christian Endeavor Society.
FOURTH BESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 13TH AND
Fairmont sts.. Rev. Joseph T. Kelly. D. D..
pastor. -9:30 a.m.. Sabbath aehool; 11 a.m..
Breaching by the pastor; 7 p.n., Bible Trtudy
fii'l praise service. Strangers welcome.
FIRST. JOHN MARSHAXJj PIjA?E. BET. C AND
I> n.w.?U a.m.. tlft pastor. Donald C. Macljcod,
. T>. P.. will officiate; 7:45 p.m.. service of sonic
by the choir; S. S.. 9:30 a.m.; C. E.. 6:45 p.m.;
Prayer meeting Thursday, 7:45 p.m. Visitors are
4 invited to all service*.
WESTERN PRESBYTERIAN. H ST. BET. 19TH
and 20th n.w.. George Bai!ey. D. D.. pastor.?
11 a.m.. "The Attainment of Manhood;" 8 p.m./
"The Fruits of Old Age.''
CHURCH OF THE COVENANT. CONN. AVE., N
?and 18th sts. ? Rev. Tennis S. HamUn. D. D..
'pastor, will offirtafc tomorrow at 11 a.m. and 4
p.m.. when be will npeak of religious conditions
in Iraly: Sunday school a; 9:45 a.m.; Senior and
? Intermediate Christian Endeavor meetings at 5
j> tu : Thursday evening at 8, mid-week service.
THE EASTERN" P RES BYTE RIA N CHURCH. 6TH
st. and Md. ave. n.e.. Rt*v. Thomas C. Kaston.
i'. i?.. ?."?unuay hcii'mm. tt.ou a.m.; pr-'nco*
1ng It a.m.. topic. ' Nameless People of Im
mortal Fame;" Christian Kndearor, 3 p.m.;
t Westminster League. 6:30 p.m.; lecture 7:30
p.m.^ topic, "The Child Father to the Man."
Setts fi >e Strangera welcome.
CENTRAL PRESBYTEIUAX. 3D A ND~ I STS*.
n.w.?Preaching. 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.. by Rev.
Dr. B. F. Bittinger; Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.;
Y. P. S. C. E.. 6:30 p.m. Seata free.
WR^mTnSTER CHU BGU~MEMORiTl. 7TH ST.*
mar E k.w.. T. E. I)a*U, pastor.?Sunday school,
9:30; Christian Endeavor. 6:30; preaching by the
.? 11 ,.n.l T 1/1 1
i u nut auu i.?w. nr 111 -1 uirruu?a
n charge of Chester Blrcb .begin Weuueaday.
XORTHMIN8TER. ~N 8T. BKTWEEN~OTn AND
10th ?l?. n.w.?Sermon by the pastor. Rev. Geo.
P. Wilson, D. D.. at 11 a.m.: 8 p.m., Rev. O.
C. Morse, See. American Bible Leagne. will
S reach; theme, "Present Day Crltlciam o( the
ibie and It* Peril.'* C. E., 7 p.m.: mid-week
aerviee, Thursday, 8 p.m. S??ta tree. All are wel
coire. . '
BCKINGTON 1'RESBYTERIAN CHl'ROH, OOU
ner North Capitol it. and Florida a ve.?Preaching
by pcator. Dr. W. Taliaferro Thompson. 11 a.m.
and 7:30 p.m.; Sabbath school. 9:45 a.m.; Chrla
tlan Endeavor, 6:30 p.m. Seats free. All wel
come.
Gr.VTON-TKMPLE MEMORIAL. 14TH AND R
>ta. n.w.?Ilcv. J. E. Gilbert, D. D., will preach
at IX a.m. and 7:45 p.m.; Sunday school. 0:30
a.m.; Christian Endeavor meeting, 6:45 p.m.;
prayer meeting, 7:45 Thursday evening. All wel
come.
SOUTHERN PRESBYTERIAN.
SECOND. 22D NEAR (J.?SERMONS BY PASTOR,
Rev. H. Waddell Pratt, at 11 a.m. and 7:30
p.m. All seats free.
CONGREGATIONAL*
FIKST CONU'L CHURCH. 10TH AND Q STS.
n.w.. Rpt. Cba?. Hall Evtrnt, D.D., actlDf
r(tor.?11 a.m., public worship, with sermon;
p.m., public worship, with sermon: mualc by
quartet, and chorus choir led by Dr. J. W.
Blshoff, organist; 9:30 a.m.. Sunday school; 6:4fi
p.m., Christian Knd^aror.
MT. PLEASANT CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH,
'Columbia road and 14th at. n.n\?The pastor.
Rev. W. Ross Klahburn, will preach at 11 a.m.
ml fi r? tr? Q'Ml a r?? HuiuUv o?KaoI>
James E. West, rapt.; 3 p.m.. Junior Endeavor;
7 p.m.. Senior Endeavor; music by quart ft; Mr."
8. Frederick Smith, organist.
" liVTHBIIAK. '
SOUTH AFRICA GEXERAI. MISSION. THE
Misses Hun ex ami Gabb of Johannesburg. Sonth
; Africa, and Mr. Albert A. Head of Ixmduii. Eag
' land. ?111 apeak in the Luther l'lace Memorial
Church. 14th and N rts. n.ir., on Tuesday, Not.
13. at 8 p.m.; public Invited.
' GEORGETOWN KVAXGEIJCAL LUTHERAN,
ntcoualn a to. anu \o.ta riaoe, Key. l.uther
Hess Waring, M.A. -Sunday School Home 111b
alon exercises. 0:30 a.m.; Luther Day sermons,
11 a.m., and 7:3<? p.m.
MEMORIAL?iA'THER'S BIRTHDAY?AT U LD
tbrr. Restorer of the Bible; 7:30, Pastor J. G.
Butler. Keller Memorial, ttth and Maryland are.,
11 and 7:30, pastor, C. H. Rutler.
ST. PAVUS. 11TH AND H N.W., JOHN T. HUD
die, paator. Services, 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.;
spcclal mtis'.r In Ihe evening.
___________ _
CHURCH OK OCR FATHER. 13TH AND I. X.W.,
Rev. Jobn Van Schalck. jr., paator.?11 a.m.,
fourth sermon In series on Genesis; subject,
"Cain and Aliel;" Y. P. f. U., a p.m.
CHiHWUll. '
XIXTH STREET. 9TH AND D 8TS. X. E.. REV.
B. E. Uts. supply pastor.?Services, 11 a.m.
and 7:45 p.m.
VERMONT A VEX IE CHURCH-SERVICE WITH
st-nnon by Frederick D. Power, 11 and 7:30;
Sunday school. 0:30; C. E.. 6:30; prayer meetlne
Thursday, 7:.'to. Corue.
UNITARIAN.
ALL SOI LS- CHUEOH. COR. 1<TH AND I. STS.
n.?r., I'lyaaea U. B. Pierce, minister. 0:45. Sap
day school anil class tar the comparative study
of rellcioo; 10. twlty study clan; 11, morning
service. sermon by the miaister; 3 p.?a.. memo-'
. rial service In the chapel (or Maria Holt Porte*;
7:30. Voting People'* Ueligious Union. .
EVANGELICAL. CHRISTIAN 8CIKNCB.
KVANUKL1CAL CHRISTIAN SOLENCE CHCBOH.
Nrattlah Hlte Hall, 1007 G ?t. n.w. ?Serriees.
11 a.a. and 7:aoiK*B.; ttmiday nsnrnlaz lectu.'e, by
BtftHOP OLIVER C. fUBIN,
will be teaching bow to heal the (left through
Blilat Milti*; -iii?hI ?t -*?i?y iwalat lec
ture. .hy Bishop Oliver C. Sabln, "Choose Ye;"
testimonial meeting, Wednesday evening at
7:S0; ball centrally located; seats frat; all
lavited
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CHURCH NOTICES.
EPISCOPAL
TE1XITY CHURCH. 3D AND C ST3. X.W.. lUtV.
R. P. William*. reetor.?Services at 7:30 ami 11
a.m.; 7:40 p.m. (Intercession*), ami 8 p.m., the
rector will i reach.
PUG CATttEDKAI, CliCRCH OF THE ASCKN->
skn. 12th and Mass, ave.. Ret. dement Brown,
rcctor: Rev. K. M. Thompson. eu:ate.?3e.vhes,
7:30. #:??. 11 and 8: preachers: At 11. the Rt.
Rev. the Bishop of Waabiogtui; at 8, the Rer.
K. M. Thompson. _____
ct \iii>ir*fl tit ivn ami* vac* ?\"i ?'?? ? 7 in
11 a.m.: 4, 7:30 p.m.; Rev. W. R. Turner nil! I
preaeh Ui?>i niug and evening. \
CHURCH OF THK EPIPHANY. G ST., REV. R*. j
II. McKiin, D.I>.. rector.?H??ly communion at J
8 a.m.: Sunday school at 0:30 a.m. and 3 p.m.; r
fmke and sermon at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.1 scrv- .
lee. with Inst met ion, at m.; the rector Trill
preach morning and evening; subject at 8 p.m., <
"Who Owns You? A Question fur Every Man;** j
strangers welcome; all seats fiee, except at 11 I
a.m. ________ I
ST. THOMAS'. 18TH NEAR DCPONT CIRCLE.
8 a.m.. Holy Communion.
11 a.m., s.-rvice and sermon by
C. Ernest Smith. D.D.. D.C.L.
8 p.m.. service end sermon by
Hev. \X. J. Cox. B P. -
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH. 28D ST. NEAR WASH
ington Circle. Ki?v. Alfred Harding. D. D.;
Hev. C. J. llolmead, clergy.?All'seats fr?e. H61y
communion. 7:30 and 10 a.m.; morning service
and sermon, 11 a.m.; choral evensong. 8 p.m.;
sermon by the Rev. G. F. C. Rratenahl.
GRACE Cnt'RCH. 9TII AND I) S.wT~:EV. J.
\V. I). Thomas, dlocesaii mt^sioner.?7:30 a.m.,
ho'.y communion; 11 a.m.. morning prayer; 8
p.m., full chcial service and sermon, with spe
clcJ music; seats free; all welcome.
_____?? _____
v upy uu*c\i I'vnt i ivu. r.'ii'tiT prvvv
> !>! ? l-??I I - .11 1 /.I 1 U.-l I .1 n . I.IUil 1 A I J I
Fe.lowa Fixed One Mae." Sund ly night. 7:45 j
o'c.; preaching. 11 a.m.; large choiua choir; tree j
pews: 2d ltaptint Cb. Auditorium. 4th and Va.
ave. s.e.
FIRST BAPTIST. 16TH AND O STS. N. W..
Rev. Charles F. Wiublglvr, pastor.?11 a.m.,
"Seeking;" 7:45. "Pessimism. or, la Kver.v
thing Had?" Sunday Hchooi, 9:30 a.m.; C. K., 7
p.m.; all are welcome.
TEMPLE BAPTI-ST CHURCH. 10TH AND X
sts.. Dr. J. J. Mulr. j?ast??r.--Services, 11 a.m..
"Rest am! Wait;" 7:43 p.m.. "Poultice of Figs;"
8.HP, 9:30 a.m.; C. E., 6:45 p.m.
MD. AVE. BAP. CHURCH? NEAR~COR. 14TH.
Prcaching, 31 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.; S. S., 9:30
a.m.; C. E. Society, 6:30 pui.
CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH, 8TII AND H
sts. n.w., Rev. Samuel H. Greene, D.D.. pastor.?
0:30 a.m., Sunday school; P. H. Bristow, supt.;
public worship, with sermons by the pastier. 11
a.m.. aud Rev. J. N. Lawless at 7:30 p.m.;
Teachers' Bible Club, Thursday. 7 p.m.; church
prayer meeting. 8 p.m.; endeavor meetings. Tues
day. 8 p.m., and Sunday, 3:30 and 6:45 p.m.;
all are cordially invited.
CENTENNIAL BAPTIST CfllRCH. STH AND I
sts. n.?\. Rev. A. K. Wright, pastor.?11 a.m..
"Scriptural Salvation;" S p.m., "The Missing
Nine;" S. S.. la a.m.; B. Y. P. U.. 7:15 p.m.
1M M A N I" EL BA1TIS* rifu KCfi. PAKlT"ItOAD
near 14;h st. n.w. -Bible school. 9:30 a.m.;
preaching at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. by Kev. J. B.
Clayton. Miss Bessie Florida Walker will sing.
All Invited.
METROPOLITAN BAPTIST CHURCH, 6TH AND A
n.e.. Itev. John Comptou lta I. pastor. ?11 a.m.,
Bible day exercise; 7:3.) p.m., "Tbe Secret of
Christian Endurance."
WEST \VAsTllNOTONt7~3 1 ST AND N?RKV. C. P.
Stealer, pastor, 11, "Big Little Meu;" 7 :<M),
Evangelistic. Baptism. Special music. S. S.,
9:30. Young pe ?ple. 6:30.
FIFTH BAPTIST." E ST.~NEAR 7TII SOUTH
west. Dr. Weston Bruner, minister?Sunday
school. 1):30 a.m.: Baroec, 10 a.m.; 11 a.m.*.
"The Conversion of a Business Man;" 7:4.*? p.m..
"The Young Man Who Dared to Love and Wait."
No. ."i in series, "Th? Young Man Who Pared:"
baptism: great chorus, trained by Mr. Palmer.
Seats free.
v w r a
YorXG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION.?
Vesjer service. Sunday. 4:30 p.m.; subject, "The
World's Y. M. A. leader," Miss Clara M.
Berryman; young women Invited; s.e. cor. 12th
and F Pts.: entrance on 12th st.
: NEW CilUUCU. "
NEW CHURCH. 1GTH AND CORCORAN STS.
n.w.?The Rev. Frank Sewall, D.D.. pastor, will
preach at 11 a.m.. "God's Ways and Deeds;" Sun
day school, 12:15; vespers.. 5 p.m., with bri?f ad
dress: free loan library of the writings of Swedefl
borg, and the periodicals and literature of th? New
Church. In the vestry; free tracts In the vesti
bule.
MODERN SENSUALISM; ITS CAUSE AND
Cure,** subject of address at -the New-Church
Mission. 1312 G st. n.w., second floor; all are
-cordially invited: a free circulating library is
open to the public both before and after the
meeting.
NATIONAL NEW THOUGHT CENTER.
SUNDAY SERVICES AT RAUSCHER'S, 1032
COmi. ave., at 4 p.m.?Address by Mrs. Daniel
Paul; subject, "Plea for the Bible;" daily noon
meetings, and Mondays at 4:30 p.m. at Loan
and Trust bldg., cor. F and'9th sts., public In
vited.
THE PEOPLE'S CHURCH, PYTniAN TEMPLE.
1012 Utb ?t. D.w.?Alex. Kent, milliliter, will
speak at 11:15 of Henry Demarlst Lloyd's
"Man. tbe Social Creator;" seats free; all wel
come.
BEII.AH MISSION'.
RELIGlOl'g SERVICES SUNDAYS, 7:30 P.M.;
643 Louisiana ave. n.w., Recbablte Hall; wel
rome to all. G. J. S. Ilunnlcutt in charge.
ORIENTAL PHILOSOPHY.
ORIENTAL PHILOSPHY AXI) COMPARATIVE
religion. 1443 Q St.-Lecture Sunday evening,
8:15. "Karma;* Wednesday. 8:15, "Truth;"
circulating library of philosophical works.
nolo-Zt*
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE.
FIRST CHURCH~b?"(SlRIST.?SCIENTisi\ 13TH
and R sts. n.w.?S?nrlw. Sunday. 11 a.m. and
8 p.m.; subject, "Mortals and Immortals;"
Sunday school. 11 a.m.; Wednesday, 8 p.m.;
public cordially Invited: all seats free; free
reading rooms In tbe Traders' National Bank
building, 10th ?t. and Pa. ave. n.w.
SECOND CH l'RCH~0F CHRIST. SCIENTIST,
ball. 1809 I at. n.w.?Services, Sunday, 11 a.m.;
subject, "Mortals and Immortals;" Sunday
school, 12 m.: Wedneaday, 8 p.m., reading room.
Traders' Bank building.
PKIENDk.
THE SOCIETY OF FRIENDS, 1811 I ST. X.W.
11 a.m. .
FRIENDS (ORTHODOX!. 13TH AND IRVING
ats. -Salibatb school, 9:45 a.m.; meeting for wor
sblp. 11 a.m.
CHRIST A DELPHI AW
WASHINGTON ECCLESIA MEETS IX NATIONAL
Capital Hunk Hall, .116 I'a. avp. i.e., at 11:30
a.m. All welcome. Seat* free. "Prpachlng noth
ing save the kingdom of God. Jesus Anointed and
Him crucillcd."?Acts vllt:12; I Cor. 11:2.
OTHER SEKVTCBSI '
BIBLE STUDENTS' MEySTINGS-DISCOURSE
by Clarence E. Fowler, Sunday. 8 p.m., in Pyth
ian Temple, 1012 Oth St., Sd dour ball; subject,
"Through the Volley of the Shadow of Death;"
tbls metaphor, generally misunderstood, will be
acriptnrally explained, showing God's special
care over Hl? children; teats free; no collection*.
THE SECULAR LEAGUE.?"SWEDENBOBG AND
Reason In Religious Belief"?address by Dr.
Frank Sewall at 3 p.m., Pythian Temple, 1012
9th at. n.w.
Alleges Breach of Contract.
Galen E. Green today began suit on the
law bIHa nt tho TiiatHnt fiunroma r'An.* +?
recover $2,000 damages from Edwin A. lie
Intlre for alleged breach of contract.
The plaintiff, by Attorney John Ridout,
declares to the court that January 18, 1894,
he agreed with the defendant, who, it is
stated, was an agent of the Union Fire In
surance Company of Philadelphia, to insure
a house owned by him in the county for
$2,960 at a greater rate of premium than he
.would liave had to pay other agents, In con
sideration of an alleged agreement on the
part of Mr. Mclntlre to advance the pre
miums to Keep the policy alive.
Mr. wreen aeciares mat me defendant
failed to -carry out-the .alleged agreement -
and allowed the policy to lapse. May 5,
1900, the property was destroyed by fire and
Mr. Green claims to have been damaged to
the extent of $2,000.
Transfer of Title.
The title to premises No. 017 F street
northwest was today conveyed by Wood
bury Blair through Vincent F. Coughlin to
James L. Feeney and Timothy M. Ring,
trustees of the Trades Unionist Publishing
Company. The property fronts ID {eet on
F street and runs back nearly 125 feet.
The consideration named in the transfer is
nominal.
Articles of Separation Filed.
Mrs. Mamie Kna.be, who after a married
life of seven months recently filed suit for
a limited divorce against her husband,
Gustav Knabe, a clerk in the Post Office
Department, has reached an agreement
with her husband by which they are to
separate. Articles of separation were filed
with the recorder of deeds today. By the
ICI I1IB VI
aii aur is iu
celve $700 In full of all claims on her hus
band (or support, she to hold all her prop
erty free from any claim on the part of her
husband.
Mrs. -Knabe agrees not to incur any debt
chargeable to her husband and not to
bring suit to cofnpei him to support her or
to pay her any alimony. She also agrees to
relinquish her dower interest in any prop
erty of her husband. - -
It matters little what it is that you
a "want" -ad. in The Star will reach the
person who can fill your need.
THE COURT RECORD. -
United States Supreme Court.
Proceedings after The Star went to press
yesterday:
No. 01. Mr3. Cainille Cohen et al., plUn
tiffs In error, agt. John Brewster. t:ix col
lector, etc., et,al.. Argument continued by
Mr. F. C. Zacharie for the defendants in
error and concluded by Mr. Gustave Lemle
v.~ ntnt?.!?- i- * ..J
me ^laniuua ?n crivr. wave siaiiicu
to file an additional brief for the^defendanls
in error in two days.
NcJ. U3, Katie Mcaschen. plaintiff in er
ror, agt. the tenement house department of
the city of New York. Argument com
menced by Mr. Adolph Bloch for the plain
tiff in error. Continued by Mr. Theodore
Connolly for the defendant in error, and
concluded by Mr. Adolph Bloch for the
plaintiff in error.
No. 01. Chattanooga foundry and pipe
works et al., plaintiffs in error, agt. city of
Atlanta. Argument commenced by Mr.
Frank Spurlock for the plaintiffs in error.
Adjourned until Monday next at 12
o'rlnrk.
The day call for Monday, November 12,
will be as follows: Nos. 1M, 197 (and 321).
90, 97. 103, 446 to -loO, Inclusive; 80, 103, 108
and 109.
District Supreme Court.
EQUITY COURT NO. 1-Chief Justice Cla
baugh.
Dean agt. Dean; W. C. Balderston and
"Will. W. Douglas appointed receivers; bond,
*?000.
Voorhees agt. Hewett; pro confesso or
dered; complainant's solicitor, Charles F.
Carufi; defendant's solicitor, George Fran
I cis Williams.
Brown agt. Economy Powder Company;
pro confesso ordered; complainant's solic
itor. J. W. Glennan.
Allen agt. Southern Coffee Company; leave
to amend bill and to withdraw certain pa
pers from flies granted; complainant's so
licitor, Thomas F. Hanlon; defendant's so
licitors, Fred McKee and Baker, Sheehy &
Hogan.
CIRCUIT COURT NO. 2-Justice Anderson. !
Haldeman agt. Chesapeake and Ohio Rail
way Company; demurrer to second plea
overruled; plaintiff's attorneys. David &
Maloney; defendant's attorneys. Hamilton,
Colbert & Hamilton.
Frothingliam agt. Karrick; motion for
new trial overruled; plaintiff's attorney, C.
I E. Emig; defendant's attorneys, Milan &
Smith.
CIRCUIT COURT NO. 2-Jusice Anderson.
! Lukens agt. Washington. Alexandria and
i Mount Vernon railway; leave to pie atnend
| ed declaration granted; plaintiff's attorney,
[ E. S. Bailey; defendant's attorney, A. A.
Moehling, jr.
CRIMINAL COURT NO. 2-Justice Bar
nard.
United States agt. Orlando R. King: grand
larceny; motion for new trial filed; attor
ney, Campbell Carrington.
i DISTRICT COURT?Justice Barnard.
In re widening of alley in square 750; ver
dict ijnd award of jury filed.
PROBATE CO I" RT?J u st ice GoOld.
Estate of Jennie De Witt Talmage; peti
tion for probate of will filed; attorney, John
B. Larner.
Estate of Eeo J. V'ogt; petition for probate
of wiil filed; attorney, A. C. Bell.
In re William M. Chtmpagne; petition to
appoint guardian filed; attorney, Alex. H.
Bell. - "
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PROBATE COl'RT?Justice Gould.
Estate of Jeremiah M. Smith; exemplified
copy of will filed.
Estate of -Vernon C. Tasker; will dated
December S?, UMH. filed.
Estate_of Julia M. Adams; petition for
lettrrs of admin'stration filed; attorney, S.
H. Giesy.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
EFFINGHAM PLACE-Anthony Foster to
Mary J. Johnson, west half lot 9, block
17; 110.
NO. 1334 EMERSON STREET NORTH
bert Knabe, trustee, lot 133, square
1029; ?10.
NO. 617 F STREET NORTHWEST?Wood
bury Blair to Vincent F. Coughlin, part
original lot 4, square 456; *100. Vincent
F. Coughlin conveys same property to
James L. Feeney and Timothy M. Ring,
trustees, for the Trades Unionist Pub
lishing Company; J10.
K STREET NORTHWEST between 27th
and 28th streets?William T. Lawrence
to William Sullivan, part lota 2 and 11,
square west of 4; J10.
NINETEENTH AND F STREETS
NORTHWEST?Annie A. Ringwalt et
vlr, Charles G., to John L. Edwards,
part original lots 10 and 11, square 122;
MA
KENILWORTH? Allen W. Mallery et al.,
trustees, to James B. and Jennie G.
Homes, lots 40 and 41, block 3; $10.
James B. Homes et ux. convey same
property to Spencer A. Lewis; $10.
PETWORTH?Anna E. Larigey to Louisa
Nalley and James C. Junghans, part
lot 28, block 31; $10 (re-record of liber
3049. folio 43).
TWENTY-NINTH STREET NORTHWEST
between K and L streets?Horace T.
Jones to Eugene A. Jones and Leo
Qimmnno AK in 1A1 **
W.IiUllWItO, IIUDIVVOI IUIO 1U, TJ, IU1 , 11,
22 and part lots 44 and 43, square 1193;
$10.
SEVENTH STREET EXTENDED
Thomas W. Stubblefleld et ux. to Emma
Webb, part lot 11, block 4, Effingham
place; $10.
LANGDON PARK?Ira J. Baker et ux.
to Levi H. Patterson, lot 5, block 21; $10..
ANACOSTIA?Margaret Flaherty et vlr,
Edward, to Emma Wilson, lot 150; $10.
12TH STREET SOUTHEAST between E
and G streets? Emeline H. McKee et vlr,
George W.. to Era I^ee Moffett, lots 19,
20, 21, square 994; $10.
B STREET SOUTHEAST between 4th and
5th streets?Herman B. Gasch, trustee,
to Elisha P. Taylor, jr.. part lot* 3 and
4. square 818; 42 225.
RI.KVBNTH HTRK!1?!T KftDTHUlOT h?.
tween F and G streets?Lottie L. Bum
et vlr, James D? to Laura E. Ilassel
bach, lot 35, square 983; 110.
N STREET NORTHWEST between 23d
and 24th streets?dhas. A. Willis et ux.
to John Savary, lot 25, square 35; $10.
NO. 1242 DUNCAN STREET NORTHEAST
?James W. Butler et ux.^tp Margaret
Davis, lot 74, square 1008; $10.
ALLEY between E> and F, 13th and 14th
streets?Daniel Lough ran et ux. to Chr.
Heurlch, Harry C. Moses and Randolph
T. Warwick, trustees, part original lot
10, square 254; $10.
K STREET NORTHWEST between 3d and
4th streets?Julius A. Maedel et al., trus
tees,
to
Johi
i W. Blakelock, east one
half
lot
2. d
juare 526; $2,150.
THIRTEENTH STREET NORTHWEST
between R and 8 streets?Giles F. Heil
prin et ux. to Gustav Werner, lot 89,
square 276; $10.
NINTH AND Q STREETS NORTHWEST
?George W. Evans et al.-, trustee, to
Cohen Taylor, part lot 168, square 365;
17350.
1711 T STREET NORTHWEST?Hlnda
Touftialnt to Emma S. Stone, lot 6,
square 151. $M>.
FIRST STREET NORTHWEST between
N and O streets?Emma S. Stone to
Hlnda Toussalnt, lot 144, square 617,
$10.
MOUNT PLEASANT AND SMITH'S VA
CANCY?Martha A. Nauck et vlr., John
D.. sr., to John Savary. north one-half
lot 0, block 2: >10. John Savary to
Charles A. Wells, same property: $10.
ALj^EY between 2d and 3d. C and D street*
northeast?Thos. W. Smith- et ux. to
James Cardinal Gibbons. Archbishop of
Baltimore, lot 23. square 756; $864.
I PETWORTH?Julius A. Maedel,' trustee, to
I Harry r. jones, part lot ZT, square 31;
$100.
RANDLE HIGHLANDS-United State*
Realty Company to Elizabeth A. Terry,
lot 26, block 19; $10.
LONG MEADOWS?Henry H. GUfry, tru?
tee, to William G. Bennett, part; $10.
NO. 2019 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE
NORTHWEST?Charles P. Stone et ux.
to William W. Finiey, lot 24, square 94;
$10.
LE DROIT PARK?Margaret J. Buck land
et vir, Frank E.. to WilltaM H. Fltx
hugh. lot 43. block 5; $3,800.
VTA "l uuft MIVTU otduevt MAnn'tmrwo'P
v. iwv ?***' * ** Hinuiu i aiunioiT?ii3i
?Lewis E. Rauterberg et ux. to Na
poleon B. 'Marshall, lot 285, square 302;
$10,
NOS. '115), 121, 183 HECKMAN STREET
SOUTHEAST-T. Franklin Schneider et
.ux. to Mary E. Clssel, lots 42, 43, 44;
square 136: $10.
MOUNT PLEASANT AND PLEASANT
PLAINS?Michael J. Keane et al. to
Mary E. I.apham. lot 98. block ! ; CIO.
SIXTEENTH 8TRBET- EXTENDED-^-Cora
T. Clements to. John T. Clements, lot
163, Eslln place; $10. V
ADDITION TO JJS PROIT PARik-H^rry
Wardman to Atastln E. TyrrCll, tot 58,
block 36; $10. ' - i". 'f -
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to George H. and Vina A. Russell, lot
32. square iOtii; $10.
MOl'NT PLEASANT AND PLEASANT
PLAINS?Ag.ies Miller et al. to Guslave
Louis, lot ?, block 1?; $10.
THIRTY-SEVENTH STREET NORTH
WEST near N streets?Elizabeth A.
Leonard et ux. to Margiret O'Donoghue,
part lots 1 and 2, .square 1228; $10.
CLEVELAND PARK?Bray ton H. Ransom
" II rt.ilnni- no
CI ?*i. IU I1. nuclei l/uiail , (i uoicv) j'U" i
lots is. 10, 20, b'ock 7: $10.
K STRTET NORTHWEST between 26th
and 27th streets?Catherine Green to
Mary C? Rose A. and William F. Green,
all interest in o:igrinal lot :i, square 4;
$10.
ALLEY between N* and O. 3Sd and :Mth
streets northwest?May D. R. Young to
Thomas J. and Louise B. Jones, part
lot 110, square 122!); $10.
WEATHER FORECAST.
Fair, Colder Tonight; Tomorrow
Fair.
Precast until 8 p.m. Sunday?For the
District of Columbia, Delaware, Maryland
| and Virginia, fair, colder tonight. Sunday
f fair; light to fresh westerly winds, becom
| ing variable.
Maximum temperature past twenty-four
hours, C'1\ a year ago, 47.
Weather conditions and general forecast?
There have been general, though light rains
i from the lake regions eastward through
I New York and New England, and still more
: rain in the north Pacific states; elsewhere
I the weather was clear to partly x?loudy.
It is considerably warmer in the Atlantic
1 states and the extreme west, and colder in
1 the central valleys and npper lake region.
The weather will be fair tonight and Sun
, day In the east and south, with lower tem
1 peratures tonight in the middle Atlantic
' states and lower lake region.
The winds along the middle Atlantic coast
will be fresh westerly; on the south ^Vtlan
; tic and east gulf coast light south
west to west, and on the lower lakes fresh
westerly.
Steamers departing today for European
ports will have fresh southwest to west
: winds with rain today north of the 40th
parallel.
Records for Twenty-Four Hours.
The following were the readings of the
thermometer and barometer at the weather
bureau for the twenty-four hours beginning
I at 2 p.m. yesterday:
Thermometer?November 9, 4 p.m., 58; 8
p.m., 51; 12 midnight. 49; November 10, 4
a.m., 48; 8 a.m., 53; 12 noon, 62; 2 p.m.. 02.
Maximum, 62, at 12:45 p.m., November 10;
minimum, 47, at 5 a.m., November 10.
Barometer?November 9, 4 p.m., 30.00; 8
p.m., 30.00; 12 midnight, 29.05; November 10,
4 a.m., 29.91; 8 a.m., 29.94; noon, 29.96; 2
p.m., 29.92.
Tide Table.
Today?Low tide, 8:53 a.m. and 9:19 p.m.;
high tide, 2:01 a.m. and 2:40 p.m.
Tomorrow?Low tide, 9:47 a.m. and 10:20
p.m.; high tide, 3:00 a.m. and 3:35 p.m.
The Sun and Moon.
Today?Sun rose, 6:26 a.m.; sun sets, 4:32
p.m.
Tomorrow?Sun rises, 6:37 a.m.
Moon rises 12:59 a.m. tomorrow.
The City Lights.
The city lights and naphtha, lamps all
lighted by thirty minutes after sunBet; ex
tinguishing begun -one hour before sunrise.
All arc and Incandescent lamps lighted fif
teen miuutes after sunset and extinguished
1U1 IJ-I1VC UllllUiCO UCIVIC *3 Ull I IOC,
TJp-River Waters.
Special Dispatch to The Star.
HARPER S FERRY, W. Va., November
10.?Both rivers are clear.
OUR LANDED ARISTOCRACY.
Estates of Greedy Families Grow
Larger From Year to Year.
From the Corvallia Gazette.
Men may argue as they will In denial of
the possibility of America's producing a
landed aristocracy in time to come, but
there is abundant premise of it, just the
seme.
The average American of the present day
lias no sympathy for the landed class of
England and other foreign countries, and
the idea that such can ever be in our na
tive land excites his wrath rather than his
reason. He does not wish it to be so, hence
UtJ O0BU1I1C5 UlOl U Will 11UI UC.
To an observant person It Is plain that
In thiff country certain estates become
larger and larger year after year. Each
generation adds to the vast holdings ac
quired by thetr ancestors. In proof of this
look to the Vanderbllts. the Astors and
others. Not only do we find -ast tracts be
coming still more vast, but we notice that
as the estates grow the tendency toward an
aristocracy becomes more and more pro
nounced! More rapidly than we think, and
more certainly, class distinction. is crowd
.ing upon us.
These conditions do not come about In a
day nor a year?they are of a growth so
slow and gradual as to be almost imper
ceptible. Because they are slow in action
does not signify that these conditions are
not certain to be an Inheritance of the fu
ture.
Added to this tendency to create "vast es
tates of entail we have in force immigration
laws so lax that hundreds of thousands of
people of the poorer class are unloaded
upon our shores annually from Europe. The
desire of these people is the same as that
of the aristocrat?for more land. Each
year sees it harder for the native born to
secure an acre of land.
Bitter, indeed, will be the cry of children
yet unborn when they read the history of
the present day and think of what might
have been* saved "for them. 'Tis a mad
world we are in, a mad race we are run
ning.
. Solved.
From Puck.
'. Clarence.?"My mamma says' that' rain
is the te#rtr of-an*?4*." "
Jtaiiny.?"?uh! -My uncle told me that
.When it's raining some sinner is ?queqxinc
the Water out- of his stock so Be can paSS
"Sunt Peter." - i---- - ? . . I
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WEEK ENDING NOV. 10, 1906.
State and congressional elections were
held on Tuesday with results as follows:
Republicans elected a majority of about
sixty in the House cf Representatives of the
Sixtieth Congress; Hughes was chosen
governor of New York by a majority of
about ('0.090, but the rest of the republican
state ticket was defeated, -accord'ng to un
official returns; Massachusetts remained
republican; republicans elected Stuart gov
ernor in Pennsylvania and Rotan district
attorney in Philadelphia against the fusiofc
ists; Hig^ins, democrat, w-is elected gov
ernor of Rhode Islund; Cummins, repub
lican. vwas re-elected governor of Iowa with
a reduced majority; Connecticut, Michigan,
Indiana, New Hampshire. Wisconsin, NoMh
Dakota. Utah, Wyoming and Washington
returned republican plural'ties; Gov. lloch
was re-elected governor of Kansas by c. re
duced plurality; Minnesota re-elected the
republican ticket except the governorship,
which was carried again by John A. John
son, democrat; H. Clay Evans wa3 defeated
for the governorship in Tennessee; demo
crats carried Oklahoma and insured to their
party the writing of the state constitution;
Arizona .refused joint statehood with New
Mexico.
President Roosevelt and his party sailed
from Washington for Panama. Secretary
Loeb issued a statement that private con
versuwuiiB wun nin ^rtrsiueni shuuiu nui
be quoted, and that Mr. Roosevelt will be
responsible for his public and official ut
terances only. It was announced that Sec
retary Hitchcock will retire March 4, and
that James Rfl Garfield will succeed him,
being succeeded himself by Herbert K.
Smith as commissioner of corporations. Sir
Henry Mortimer Durand, the British am
bassador to the United States, resigned,
and Esme W. Howard, consul general in
Crete, was named as charge d'affaires.
It was stated that Postmaster General Cor
telyou will retire as national 'republican
chairman before becoming Secretary of the
Treasury.. Sugar imports from Cuba fell i
off more than half, while those from Porto
Rico and Hawaii showed large increase.
Brig. Gen. Crozier declared1 that the
United States twelve-inch gun is useless
after firing sixty times, and a new four
teen-inch gun will take its place in the
forts. San Francisco policyholdeis sought
to force certain German and Austrian com
panics to pay their earthquake and fire
losses. William Jennings Bryan comment,
ed on the results of the election, declaring
them a proof trnat the democratic party
Is growing stronger. The federal grand
jury at Pittsburg indicted officials and em
ployes of the Shelby Steel Tube Company
on charges of engaging In a conspiracy to
defraud the government by putting de
fective boiler, tubes In a number of war
ships. The Pennsylvania railroad an
nounced a 10 per cent wage increase, af
fecting 165,00:1 men and Involving $112,000,
000 a year. The Supreme Court of the
United States decided that white persons
who have married into the Cherokee na
tion have no right to share In the tribal
funds or lands. President Roosevelt or
dered the dismissal of every enlisted sol
dier in three companies of the 2oth United
States' Infantry (colored) for their failure
or refusal to identify the participants In
a recent fatal riot at Brownsville. Texas;
he also ordered an Investigation into an
alleged utterance by Cpl. Wm. L. Pitcher,
27trn Infantry, derogatory to colored sol
diers. Stuyvesant Fish was virtually de
nn?pf1 fmm tho r\t tho T ilinAio
Central Railroad Company, after many
years of service, in consequence of a fac
tional campaign headed by E. H. Harri
man. -whose choice for the presidency was
J. T. Iiarahan. The coroner's jury in the
case of the Atlantic City railroad wreck
rendered a verdict holding Briige
tender Stewart responsible for ttie
disaster and incidentally blaming the rail
road company for ccrtain conditions.
Gen. Wood issued a denial of the report
that a Japanese officer had been arrested
while sketching the Philippine fortifications.
Texas rangers were ambushed by a party
of armec Mexicans and kil>ed four; fatally
wounded one and captured two of the as
sailants. Representative John H. Ketcham
of New York died.
Foreign.
An official of the provisional government
of Cuba declared it would be impossible
for the Americans to get away in nine
months. A band of ninety armed Cubans
near Sancti Sp'rltus. Santa Clara province.
is reported to have raised the American flag
in hope of starting a movement for annexa
tion. By a new interpretation of the elec
tion law the Russian Senate disfranchised
thousands of men, including city and rail
road emptoyes. The revolutionists who
robbed the mail, van cf a railroad train in
Russian Poland of $650,000, after wrecking
It with bombs, number 100 men, the leader
giving his orders by bugle call. Five hun
dred sailors at Portsmouth. England, muti
nied and attempted to break out of bar
racks to wreck the quarters of an officer
whose order was resented. The house of
lords again carried an amendment against
the government to rlaufe 4 of tl>e education
bill. Karl Hau, a professor in the George
Washington University at Washington, u.
C., was arrested in I.ond?n on a charge of
murdering his mother-in-law at Baden
Baden. The estimates for the French budget
for 1907 showed a deficit of 175,000,000
francs, to be met by increased taxation and
short-term treasury' bonds. Premier Clem
enceau read the government's declaration
/x# Kafnra the pho mh?ir est f] Am if ion
Ui UC1UI V HIV
which sustained the democratic measures
proposed by a vote of 396 to ?0. The trial
of the Castellane divorce case was resumed
in Paris, letters written by the cftynt in
seeking a reconciliation being read. Ten
million persons were reported to be facing
starvation in Central- China. The native
section off Hankow, China, was swept by
fire.
. In the District
Commissioner Mac far land, it was stated,
would urge that District building and loan
associations be placed under the super
vision of the .-controller of the currency.
Charles W. Hepburn was awarded 12,500
damages in a suit against the District gov
ernment, in consequence of having stum
bled over a curbing on the sidewalk, result
ing'In breaking hts arm. - The District Com
missioners masked the corporation counsel
to n?hih an -opinion as to .what buildings
in the District ?f Columbia should be re
quired to Have* fireproof-*butteT? and other
fir* preventive. The Washington Stock
ERSATION
ENT PAD IN USE.
hold a writing pad of
or at home.
i i?i.
as long as uiey lasc.
nation Bureau, Room
140.
Exchange celebrated the twenty-fifty anni
versary of the fi:st call ever held bv It.
The District of Columbia branch of the Na
tional Society of the American Red Cross
held Its annul meeting in the parlors of
the N< w Wi!!ard. Dr. Wm. <?. Woodward,
health officer of the District, submitted his
annual repott. RandaH W. El lott. twenty
one years of age. committed suicide by In
haling Illuminating gas. The decapitated
body of a white man was found on the
tracks of the Pennsylvania railroad. Wil
liam Burge, convicted of wife murder, was v
sentenced to death by Justice Gould after
having been pr< nounced sine. The District
rnnvt InnAilc r.fHvmr,! tUa ?An.
v. vu i i. wi ^ i.u i n r. iin iiivu in; urai 11 nr II
tcnce Imposed upon Charles R. Grant by
Justice Gculd last May. Among those who
died In the District tvere Dr. 1? H. Hazen
and Antonio Malnati.
WHOLESALE MARKET BEPGST.
Quotations given below are for larga
lots. Jobbers" prices from 1 to 2c. higher.
EGGS. ? Nearby J fresh Virginia. '/0;
West Virginia and southwest Virginia,
27a2N; Tennessee. 27a28; North Carolina,
25u26.
BUTTER. ? Crearrery. fancy. 27>/*a;2S.
Western firsts, 2.">a2G; seconds, 18. Pro
cess, fancy, 22a22% ; fair to good. 1 jjitO.
Store-packed fresh. 15ul6.
CHEESE. ? New Yo-k state fuctcrjr,
new, large. Hal4V4.
POULTKY ? Chickens, rer lb.. 13al4;
hens, per lb.. 11; roosters, per lb., 7;
ducks, per lb., 12; young ducks, per
lb., l:>al4; geese, per lb., (tall; keats, per
lb., fcalo. Turkeys, lomu, per lb., l.VilG;
hens, per lb. 15alU.
DRESSED POULTRY. ? Chicken-*. per
lb., 13ai5; hens, choice, per lb., 12<t)3;
roosters, per lb.. Pal"; ducks, per il>. i2i?
14; turktyt, per lb., 17al8.
VEGETABLES?Potatoes. bhl.. No. I.
1.50al.75; No. 2, 1.00al.25; N. Y. state, pjr
bu., G3a70; yams, bbl., 1.00al.25: yellow
sweets, bbl., lJMtal.50: carrots, per bu.,
73al.(?l>; cucumbers, per bu. basket. 2.(>0a
4.00; onions, per bbl., 1.75; Spanish, per
box, 1.25al.5?: peppers, per carrier, 2.!>0;
tomatoes, nearby, per box. AOal.75; toma
toes. Cal., per box, 1.50a2.00; cabbage, N.
Y., per loo. 4.ui?o5.00; eggplant. Fla. per
crate. 2.50a3.2a; celery, per doz. 40a<U;
turnips, p.--box, 30a50; per bbl.. 1.2Sal 50;
cauliflower, per bbl., 4.50a5.(KI; squash,
Fla., per basket, 1.50a2.00; snap beina,
Fla.. per bu.. :>.50a4..i I; pumpkins, each,
4a7; Hubbard squash, per bbl.. l.OOal.25:
okra, per crate, M.(H>a4.00; Brussels
sprouts, per it. box, 23c.
GKEEN FRUITS. ? Apples, 'oaje, per
bbl., 1.25a2.00; apples, packed, pe.- uBt.,
2.00 a 4.00; oranges. Florida, per bo*.
2.2ua2.75; grape fruit, per box. H.00a3.50;
pineapples, per crate. 2.2,">a2.75; pears.
Sickle, per bbl., j.ooaG.OO; per bas
ket, 2.00; grapes, per basket. lja.'O; chest
nuts. per lb? 3c.; quinces, per bbl., i.OOa
6.00; cranberries, per box. 2.50-13.U0; per
bbl., 0.00a 12.00.
HAY AND STRAW.? New timothy,
choicc, 19.5Oa20.O(i; No. 1. IS.Soal'J.OO; No.
2, 10.5Oal7.5O; mixed hay, 13.o0alJ.o0;
ciover. 12.00al5.00. Straw, rye, Sji-.nJIe.
Il.00al2.00; rye. machine thrash, h.ftoa
0.00; wheat, 7-OOa7.23; <>at straw, per ton,
g.00a8.50.
GAME.?Rabbits, per dor.. 1.80a'! 40;
kits, per doz.. 75a 1.00* Quail, .per do?.,
2.40a3.00; wild turkey, per lb., 18a20;
pheasants, each, 1.00al.25; woodcock.
DRESSED MEATS.?Calvee, full dress
ed, 8.50a!).00; heads oft, ;!.ooaO..>'(; hog
dressed calves, 8-OOa8-50. Hains, country,
sugar cured, ltialS. Hogs, small jnU ne.it,
per cwt., 8.00a8.50; medium, 7 5oa&.oo;
heavy, C.50a7.00.
LIVE STOCK.?Cattle, extra, per cwt.,
4.75a5.00; butcher, per cwt., 4.00; oidl
nary, per cwt., 2.50; rough, per cwt.. 1.50a
2.00. Hogs, per cwt., gross, 0.50; ordnary,
per cwt., 5.50. S!ieep. clipped. 4.00; lamoa,
choice, per lb.. 7a7Vi: medium, p*ir lb.,
Ca7. Calves, choice, per lb., 7a7V4; me
dium, per lb.. 0V4; grass calves, per lb.,
4a5. Cows, prime, fresh, each. 35.OOa5P.iiO;
common, each, 20.00aH0.00; old and t!ry,
each. 10.00al2.00.
WOOL AND HIDES. ? Wool, wajhed.
free of burs, per lb., 35a36; wool, un
washed. per lb.. 27a28. Hides, green, per
lb., 12; dry, per lb.. 16al8. Shee^sxina,
greon. each. 1.23al.50; dry, each, V 5a 1.00.
Calfskins, green, each. l.OOal.SO.
GRAIN.?Wheat, choice, 74a7fi; fair to
good. fl#a72; ordinary, 50aG0. Corn, shell
ed, white, 54a55; yellow, .'rta.'iD: ear,
3.00. Oats, western white, No. 2, 40a41;
mixed, 38a>9.
Building Permits Issued.
The following building permits were is
sued by Building inspector Ashfoid today,
as follows:
To George R. Washington, (Sr one two
story brick stors and dwelling at auoo
Flagler place northwest; architect, Thomas
F. Holden; 'builder, il. U. Herriman. Es
timated cost. $T>,000.
To Katie M. Herriman, for two two
story brick dwellings at 20<M and 2006 Flag
ler place northwest; architect, Thomas F.
Holden; builder. M. II. Herriman. Esti
mated cost, $7,000.
To Charles A. Berry, for one two-story
brick dwelling at 2002 Flagler place north
west; architect. Thomas F. Holden; builder,
M. H. Herriman. Estimated cost, 13,500.
To Edith Ackley, for repairs at 1308 19th
street northwest; architect, A. B. Bibb; con
tractors, William P. Lipscomb & Co. Es
timated cost, $1,200.
To E. L. Johnson, for repairs at 1'?0i
Pennsylvania avenue northwest; architects.
The Royal -Company; contractors, tno
tTharles J. Cassldy Company. Estimated
cost, $2,000.
To Cnlon Trust Company, for one nine
story fireproof building; architects. Wood,
Dunn A Denning:-twlMer.?, George A. Fullei
Company. Estimated cost, $000,000.
Cure for Blackheads.
A remedy for black heads Is made front
one and a half grams of ergotlne, three and
a ball grams of oxide of glnc and fifteen
gram* of vaseline. Pret-a out the hardened
mirtlou and apply the ointment
until c-ve !? ? ? w

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