Newspaper Page Text
THF. SIXTH 8EMI-ANNCAI. PIVIDBXD <>K TWO
and one half jifr cert ha* boon declared
on the preferred atoek of the Waabirjrton Railway
and Electric Company, payable J?n? 1, 1907,
to *tockboJ4%Tr* of record May 22. 19*>7.
Books for th? transfer of ato<*k will h? rlosed
frrvui May 22 to June 1. 1907. N?th daien Inciuairf
F. J. wHITKHBAD. Secratlrt.
THF ANNUAL"MKETUfO OF THE ST^CKHOLDrr?
of tbe Northern Market Compaoy. for ti??
election of Uirecta.a to aerre- the ensuing year,
will be held in rfc?rcoji^acr'a offlo.\ 7th and O
at* on MONDAY. June 3. 1907. Poll* open 1 to
ERNEST G. THOMPSON,
my 1.15. Jel* _ Secretary.
WE TAKE THIS MEANS OF TI1ANKINC1 OI'K
frlenda fcf fh* many twautlfnl floral ofTerlnfca
awt rxrftMfana of armpiittiy ?ent va at d*ath of
<mr b*ljve,1 husband anil father.
Mm. IDA HOTT .\ND rHlU>*E\.
NO NEEDTO WORRY
T'DUCII ? -ABOIT MOTHS this season if
r KtMl you pack wlatfr near able*, fnr*.
rlanketa. etc.. In MANAHAN'S
TAR MOTH-PROOF BAGS and Tar
Paper. Order NOW?we've re1->
\ pr"n eently received a supply fresh from
Li\. the makera.
t:. m<U3<!i<I!?3TU>i> itaj-ck
IOOB PA. AVE. AND 401 03 03 KI.EVENTII ST.
Lcesc Bifocal QUasses
Alwaya rive ffreat s?tlafa< Hon.
?If jou have need of double lense*, I/Cfie
Bifocal Cil.issrs are recommeuded. They are
best for reading and distance.
MA I! aao a Manufacturlnc Optician.
iUCC3Cf 014 jj,h st. u.w.
PorceSa Cleans Bath Tubs
?quickly and thoroughly. It's a prepara- t|
tion made for this partlcuhir purine. I'kg. ^ vV
HUTCHINSON & MCCARTHY. 520 10TI1 ST.
my 1 -Od .
A VALUAElLfc: ASSei.
a ATTRACTIVE PRINTING \n a
-ArtlStIC "omduesH puller" of demonstrated
M force. Catchy cards. folders.
tuoklets. etc., from the Howard
. . I rcss will advertise your business
Printing *>est advantage. Have us estlmate
and sbftobil samples.
Qeo.E.Iioward,7fl4 112 th St.
MINT'S. KNURAVKR A.NU HOOK BINDER.
Printing That's Hcglh Class
?Our l'rlnt Shop Is larire snd finely equipped.
Our workmen nre leaders of the printers' craft. I
Hare ua Print the Book'et, Folder or Circular j
and th? best r.ork Is assured.
Judd & Detweiler, I
The Big I'rlot Shop, 420-22 lltb St. n.w.
The "Roofing Experts"
Have Won Fame
?for efficiency in Roof Repairing. Hive them
repair the roof and paint it with the excellent
Graf-tonic Roof Taint. The roof will be made
like new. All work guaranteed.
G rafton&Son,Inc.,f.'Tw' p3Q
10?1 Thom' y. TOO.
Large and Bookbindery.
Hodgea* repntntion for e^pertness In Bookbinding
Is established. Have him do the
bookbinding and It'll be well done.
( Hodge a' Big Bock bindery, 420 22 11th. next 8tar.
FOR SALE?I WILL SELL THIRTY SHARES
of the Btock of the Randolph Hotel Company to
oolck buyer. U. J. STALKY. 420 Munaey bldf.
' ap29-3t? "
OWNERS OF INVESTMENT AND BUSINESS
properties are rrqnntid to send price and particulars
of any pieces tliey wish to sell to TBS
HARRISON REALTY CO.. !W7 G st. n.w.
I arjre properties preferred, hot small ones elren
L eiery considers lion. sp2930t,6
I First-Class Roof Work
?We'll pot the roof In top-notch condition and
won't charge ranch. All work miaranteed.
Cr\p4Bn Practical Tinner. S12 14th ut. n.w.
WUIUCr HI,Stoye Expert. 'I'Looe 11. 27K>.
Expert Timepiece Repairer.
?Watch Cleaning. 75c. Mainspring. 75c.
Crystal. 10e. Finest work gnaranteea.
MAX. UREENBERQ, 5^3 10th ?t.
aplfl d.eSu 5
AI.L PERSONS HA VINO PLEDGES ON WHICH IS
duo ONE YEAR'S interest or more are hereby
notified to pa; same ui said pledges will he sold
at PUBLIC AUCTION THURSDAY, MAY, 10.
11. K. FT1.TOX, JOHN DOYLE CARJIODY,
apTC-IOt 314 Otb at. n.u .
BUY YOl R MANTELS AND TII.ES WIIKRE
you get tte 1IEST at MODERATE PRICES, tiet
estimate. 'i'lmne or postal.
Edwin E. ElSett,
HIGH GKADK PIANO TUNING AND^REPAIR
Idjj. Mr. W. II. urangrr. i??c 01 oanuno ?,
Starman's tnnlns df partroeot. Is cow nasoclatci
with u?. and with our new and Incressed faellltlea
we are now prepared to do 'nnlng and repairing
of the highest grade. Estimates furnished.
HUGO WOKCn. Ererrthlng connected
with pianos. Worch building. 1110 U. aplV30t
VOT1CE TO TAXPAYERS.
Increase ike Value or Tour Property by Haying
COLBURN BROS.. CONTBACTOBS
For Cement Pavements.
Ctzttrort Tocr Walks. Steps. Copings. Basement
and Stable Floor*. AU Work Guaranteed.
Room 222. Colorado Building.
W. F. ROBERTS rtt,NTEEa.
2. , _ STATIONERS.
f.ftMPANV. lime.. p\ca4vers
1413 NEW YORK AVE. *
. WEDDING STATIONERY
f2.no per ralloo for mpdlrlnal whisker.
THE JOHN WEDDERBLRN CO..
?pb-BOI.4 ?10 F ?t. o.w.
WORLD RENOWNED PURE WOOL
1 Y ddi)1 w iaavu diivlco.,
726 15tb ?.
Cfclrt Makrra. Koelpp a ad Dclmcl Lloen-VIeah.
COLtilUtA TllAXSKER CO NOW LOCATED AT
90S SLW YORK ATB.
raddtd tim. H load: it-bora* wagon. *3 load.
ORAM! BEAXCE. TRI'MHBT TALKINC. WRITten
measa/es remarkable manifestations Wed.
and Fri. night*. Heeler's, 1301 Fairmont (Yale)
-? 11th ?*i> Ufh at <>ar*i_ I'rivnf* ftlatP wrttinfl?
MR K. M1LLON. PSYCHIC. 912 F.YK ST. N.W.Pnychlf
reading* ami independent writing on
all subject*, giving tbe Information jou wlab to
^know. Hrt. :_U to 4 and 8 to 10 p.m. _ ap23-30t*
THE RACES COMPARED.
Vital Statistics of Negro and White
In an address before the Anthropological
Society at the Cosmos Club last night Dr.
P. S. l^auib discussed at length the quel
tion of vital statistics or tne negro population
of the country. lie declared it to be
m mistaken idea that the negro, a: a
race, is more susceptible to disease than i3
the white man, and he attributed the
higher death rate among negroes to their
fatalistic tendencies, which incline them
to depend upon herbs and bark as medi
cine rather than upon the prescriptions of
regular physicians. The only disease to
which the negro is predisposed, said Dr.
Lamb, is tetanus, but he attributed much
of the sickntss of the race to excessive US3
of alcoholic stimulants and drugs. Another
address was delivered before the
meeting by C. S. Sloane, his subject b In;
"Southwestern Movement of the Center ?f
the Negro Population, 1 TOO-11)00."
Second Lieut. Eugene C. Ecker. tyth Infantry,
is relieved from treatment at the
general hospital. Washington barracks, and
will proceed to San Antonio. Tex., for assignment
to such duty as he may be able
Leave of absence for one month is granted
Maj. Edmund M. Blake, Artillery Corps.
Color Sergt. Milton B. rilil, 1st Infantry,
has been placet', on the retired list on his
Baying: Up Beer Stock at Hagerstown.
UAOERSTOWN. Md . May 1.?Philip
Herrman of Pitistmrg. who represents lilmhelf
and a Mr. Sullivan of Pennsylvania. Is
obtaining; options on the stock of the Hagerstown
Brewing Company. He was in
Hagerstown Monday night and obtained
options on several large blocks of ctock.
oaying par?$t?> a share. It is reported
that he obtained options on a najorlty of
the stock. The company Is capitalised at
Southwest view op
in iniin nr iirrrniun I
AN flnMlfJjMft I tnANo
Many Here to Attend the Annual
cidct ci/cmt tuip niruuin
i mo i tvtm inio cvcitmu
Visit to Be Made to the Corcoran Gallery
McCLELLAN STATUE UNVEILING
To Occur at 2:30 O'Clock Tomorrow
Afternoon?G. A. B. to Take v
The weather bureau promises
fair and cooler weather for the
several soldier events of tomorrow,
including the military parade
and the nnveilincr nf flip
Arrangements for the reunion of tfie
Army of the Potomac and the unveiling of
the statue in honor of Gen. George Brinton
McClellan were practically completed late
this afternoon. The opening event will be
the visit of the veterans and their friends
to the Corcoran Gallery of Art this evening.
The corps meetings will take place
between 0 and 10 o'clock tomorrow morn
. r* v
Gen. John R. Brooke.
ing at the places named in The Star yesterday,
and the general meeting of the
Army of tlie Potomac survivors will occur
at the Belasco Theater, beginning at 10
o'clock. The unveiling of the statue will
be held at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
at the corner of Connecticut avenue and
Columbia road, and the reception to the
I Said of
"They are one
human foods and
the high estimatio]
are generally held.
Of course the wi
The one perfee
j| Fresh from t?
a crisp and d<
in dust and n
W proof package
J NATIONAL BISC
armies of the Potomac and Its guests, the
armies of the Cumberland; Ohio and Tennessee
will be given at the Library of Congress
tomorrow evening, beginning at 8
Grand Army Program.
The Department of the Potomac, G. A. R.,
of this city, headed by Its commander,
Capt. Newton Ferree, will take an actlVe
and important part in the reunion ana
* Bj^J^L ' ^||
- ? mjt^- Wmm
vi ^ r^^difc. .^ja
1 ^P i?
statue unveiling ceremonies. At a meeting
of the officers of the local department, held
last night at Grand Army Hall, plans were
perfected for participation In the ceremonies.
Department Commander Ferree
requested the commanders to assemble
their several posts at 1:30 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon at 18th street and Columbia road,
where the two car lines intersect. At this
point the veterans' parade will form, and
the visiting members of the G. A. R. from
other places will be Invited to Join with the
Department of the Potomac in the short
march to the point where the statue will be
unveiled. Department Commander Ferree
also requested the members of che local
posts to appear, as far as possible, in the
full G. A. R. uniform, with white gloves,
and in the absence of uniform to wear dark
clothes and white gloves.
At the monument the Grand Army of the
Republic will be formed In open ranks so
that the military parade cart pass through
the lines. The commander has also made
a large detail of untformed members of
the Department of the Potomac to assist
In receiving and extending courtesies to the
visiting members of the grand reception
tomorrow evening at the Library of Congress.
Another detail of uniformed members
has been made to assist at the unveiling
"It is my desire," said Commander Ferree
to a Star reporter this afternoon, "to
have the local comrades be particular in
looking after the visitors at their several
places qf assembly with a view of making
their stay In Washington as pleasant as
Vt Cllon V VfiPloU'in BtMnnr ? r flnr*
iiii >3< jjiiv.ii *uv\jiviiuii| n iuv/ n vj v vj vu>
George B. MeClellan and mother of Mayor
McClellan of New York city, reached Washington'
yesterday afternoon and Is stopping
at the Hotel Grafton. She' will be the
guest of honor of the assembled veterans
of the Army of the Potomac during the reunion.
Mrs. McClellan is a daughter of
the late Gen. Marcy, who was McClellan's
chief of stafT when he commanded the
Army of the Potomac.
Lieut. George C. Round of Manassas, Va.,
who served with the 1st Connecticut Heavy
Artillery, otherwise known as "Mrs. McClellan's
Own." and which had charge of
XfnPUIIin'o c>n<rc troinc r>alU>1 X#*.*.
01?.V1CIIUII a it uiuo, VOUCU VII iUl S.
McClelian today, accompanied by his
daughter, who pinned upon her breast the
first badge of the present reunion, which
bears a facsimile of the'McClellan statue.
Interest in the Ceremonies.
In conversation with Lieut. Round, Mrs.
McClellan said she had hoped and prayed
of the most eco- la
and nutritious of M
wen wormy or fa
1 in which they II
iter had in mind M
r soaa eracxer /?\
.eoven, gmtf 1
jhcious, , 1
loisture ^ jBf
UIT COMPANY II
gcv ; jsx;./
- ' . ' - .. .. i
^ 11, % y|
WL^ * mm
. _ reiMMki
to live to see the unveiling of the statue
at Washington in memory of her distln
guisnea nusoana. sne aauea mat iwo
weeks $go she thought It would be impossible
for her to be present, as she was In
bed from Illness. However, the doctors
who attended her promised' to get her well
enough to come to Washington. It Is Mrs.
McClellan's belief, hOwe**r, that she will
only be able to attend one of the several
functions to be given during the reunion,
and that will.be the statue unveiling tomorrow
"It is my wish," said Mrs. McClellan,
"to see any of the veterans of the dear
old Army of the Potomac who may call
upon me, especially the men of my own
regiment, the 1st Connecticut Heavy Artlllerv.
Lieut. Round said the survivors of that
regiment will call on her in a body. He
will be engaged this evening and tomorrow
morning In searching out any of the
survivors of the 1st Connecticut that may
be In the cfty.
Other distinguished arrivals today in
eluded Gen. John P. Lockman and Mrs.
Lockman of New York, who are stopping
at the Neta Wlllard; Major David P.
Wrlg'ht and Mrs. Wright of New York, the
major having been a staff officer at the
9th Corps headquarters. He Is stopping at
the New Willard.
Mayor George B. McClellan is expected
to reach Washington late tonight or early
Gen. Charles H. Shute, former vice commander-in-_phle-f
of the G. A. R. of Oam1-rldge,
Mass.. also reached Washington today
and registered at the Ebbitt.
When Gen. Lockman arrived today he
decided that the headquarters of the 11th
Corps should be at the New Willard, and
they were promptly opened there this morning.
All the other corps headauarters were
opened today and placards nailed upon
the doors announcing the name and the respective
corps which occupied the rooms.
Veterans Permitted to Attend.
Public Printer Stlllings has posted in his
office the following executive order signed
by President Roosevelt, and. It is said,
similar orders have been posted In all the
other government departments, Including
the navy yard:
It is hereby ordered that the members of
me societies or ine armies or me i'otomac,
Tennessee. Cumberland and Ohio, the members
of the Gran/1 Army of the Republic.
Sons of Veterans and Loyal Legion em
rUn Ann. XX7 Davift
ployed in the District of dblumbia in or
under the several executive departmAits
'and Independent government establishments
who desire to attend the corps meetings of
the above-named societies and the unveiling
of the ctatue of MaJ. Gen. George Brlnton
McClellan Thursday, May 2, 1U07, be
excused from duty on that day.
The first arrival of delegations will be at
4:15 o'clock this afternoon, and local cam
liuiiefs win nitti nit? visiiurs at me uepota
and escort them to their quarters. Many
individual veterans arrived in the city
It was officially stated 'oday that Col.
Myron M. Parker Is to be chairman of the
entire floor committee at the reception to
be held at the Library of Congress tomorrow
fevening. This floor committee is
subdivided into the main floor committee, of
- -* > - w& BB9
^ 1 - ^#v. agjgWKBBgaB
0?n. Thqmas M. Vincent.*
which Gen. Palmer O. Wood Is chairman;
the entrance committee, of which Myron
M. Parker Is chairman; exhibits committee.
Ma J. Frank A. Butts, U. S. V., chairman;
center gallery committee, Capt. Lewis Merrfim,
chairman; north gallery committee.
MaJ. Charles P. A. Loeffler. U. 8. V.. chairman;
south gallery committee. MaJ. Duncan
C. Phillips, U. S. V., chairman; ftrst
floor committee, Maj. Hannibal D. Norton.
U. S. V., chairman; door committee, MaJ.
Gen. Thomas M. Vincent, IT. S. A., chairman.
The military parade will move at 2:20
O'clock tomorrow afternoon via ltJth street
and Columbia road to the intersection of
Kalorama road and Columbia road; thence
via Prt'nmhlo r/vad anri Pnnneif t/Mi* nvomiA
to Dupont Circle. President Roosevelt will
review the parade at the grand stand in
front of the Highlands.
Floor Committee of Tall Men.
The floor committee at the Congressional
Library reception, which ts to be composed,
it is said, of men who are six feet or more
in height, was given out officially today as
Chairman, Myron M. Parker, U. 8. V.;
subcommittees, maJn floor, Brig. Gen. Palmer
G. Wood, U. 8. A., chairman; Mr.
Frank L. Campbell, U. 8. V.; Brig. Gen.
Cecil Clay, U. 8. V.; Mr. Thomas 8. Hopkins,
U. 8. V.; Capt. Albert P. Tasker, U.
8. V.; Caipt. Bernard T. Janney, U. S. V.;
Mr. Henry N. Copp, U. 8. V.; Mr. Arthur
Hendricks, V. 8. V.; Mr. Amos Hadley. U.
8. V.; MaJ. Adolph Von Haake, U. 8. V.;
Capt. Andrew J. Huntoon, V. S. V.; Mr.
Hosea B. Moulton. T.T. 8. V.; Mr. Augustus
8. Perham, U. 8. V.; Cot. Robert Reyburn,
U. 8. V.; MaJ. Frederick Brackett. U. 8. V.;
MaJ. E. R. Campbell, U. S. V.; Mr. E. J.
Babcock, U.8.V.: Col. M. E. Crell, U. 8. V.;
Capt. Newton M. Brooks. U. 8. V.; Brig.
Gen. Edward W. Wfclttaker, 0. 8. V.; Brig.
Gen. Geo. W. Ballock, U. 8. V.; Major Gen.
Alfred E. Bates, U. 8. A.; Brig. Gen. Ezra
A. Carman, U. 8. V.; Capt. Alexander F.
McMillan, U. 8. V.; Brig. Gen. John J.
Coppinger, U. 8. A.; Brig. Gen. Wm. P.
Craighlll, U. S. A.; Brig. Gen. David J.
Cratgie, U. 8. A.; Brig. Gen. Wirt Davis.
U. 8. A.; Brig. Gen. Wm. P. Hall, U. 8. A.;
Rrlfi- fJon Hamiltnn Hawkins. IT. 8 A.!
Brig. Gen. Edward M. Hayes, U. S. A.;
Brij. Gen. Chambers McKlbtoln. U. 8. A.;
Brig. Gen. Francis Moore, U. 8. A.; Brig.
Gen; James Cakes. U. 8. A-; Brig. Gen.
Samuel Ovenshlne, U. 8. A.; Major Richard
W. Tyler, U. 8. A.; Major John M. Carson,
U. S. V.; Mr. Francis B. Heltman, U. 8. A.;
Capt. HyJand C. Kirk, U.'S. V. ..
The United Spanish War. Veterans have
been invited by the executive committee,
through notice to Department 'fcommander
Jv Walter Mitchell, vto attend the big reception
at the Congressional Library tomorrow
23d Infantry Here.
The 23d Regiment of Infantry, Col. Philip
Reade commanding, arrived here this morning
on the army transport Sumner for the
purpose of taking part in the military ceremonies
connected with the dedication of
the statue of Gen. McCIellan tomorrow
afternoon. The 23d Infantry is stationed at
Camp Capt. John Smith, at the Jajnesto^n
exposition, and will return there Immediately
after the conclusion ot the dedicatory
exercises in this city. The 23d Infantry
was encamped alongside the District of
Columbia National Guard at Mount Gretna
last summer, and the men of both regiments
became great friends. It ia said.
Partly Cloudy and Much Cooler Toni0hf_TAmAniAv
Ukgwv * V<UW?? V?f Mi Mil
Forecast till 8 p.m. Thursday?For the
District of Columbia, partly cloudy and
much cooler tonight; Thursday fair; light
to fresh north to northeast winds.
For Maryland and Virginia, partly cloudy
and much cooler tonight, frost in the mountain
districts; Thursday (air; light to fresh
north to northeast winds.
Weather conditions and general forecastPressure
is high this morning, except in
the Atlantic states and in the plateau region,
with temperatures from 5 to 23 degrees
below the seasonal average. Heavy frosts
were general hi the upper lake region, the
upper Misslss:ppi, and Missouri valleys, and
there was also light frost as far south at
There were rains from the srulf states
northeastward through the Ohio valley and
the^ lake region into New England, and
local snows and rains in the extreme southwest.
With the exception of showers this- afternoon
or tonight in the south Atlantic
states, the weather will be fair tonight and
Thursday in the east and south. It will be
considerably colder tonight in the Atlantic
states, with frost Indicated for the lower
lake region, the middle Atlantic states and
in the mountain districts of the Virginias.
The winds along the middle Atlantic coast
will be light to fresh north to northeast;
on the south Atlantic coast light to fresh
northerly, and on the east gulf coast light
north to northeast.
Steamers departing today for European
ports will have fresh northwesterly winds
with partly cloudy and cooler weather to
the Grand Banks.
The following heavy precipitation (in
inches) has been reported during the past
twenty-four hours: Meridian, 1.88; Ta/tar,
2.12; Vicksburg, 2.5t>; Canton, 1.00.
Today?Low tide, 4:18 a.m. and 5:10 p.m.;
high tide,-10:20 a.m. and 10.50 p.m.
Tomorrow?Low tide, 5:11 a.m. and 6:0C
p.m.; high tide, 11:13 a.m. aijsl 11:45 p.m.
The San and Moon.
Today?Sun rose 5:0G a.m.; sun sets, 6:51*
Tomorrow?Sun rises 5:02 a.m.
Moon rises 10:59 p.m. today.
The City Lights.
The city lighffe and naphtha lamps all
lighted by thirty minutes after sunset; extinguishing
begun one hour before sunrise.
All arc and incandescent lamps lighted fifteen
minutes after sunset and extinguished
forty-live minutes before sunrise.
Condition of the Water.
Tpmnpratiirp and rnndltinn nf watpp nt ft
a.m.: Great Falls, temperature, 62; condition,
26; Dalecarlla reservoir, temperature,
68; condition at north connection, 22; condition
at south connection, 30. Georgetown
distributing reservoir, temperature, 00; condition
at influent gatehouse, 40; condition
at effluent gatehouse, 35. Washington cifcr
reservoir, temperature. 00; condition at influent,
-20; condition at effluent, 13. Elevation
at Great Falls, 15X.70, 1.20 over dam.
Will Take No Fart in Dispute.
The Bidding Trades 'Alliance has decided,
It is said, to take no part in the dispute
between the bricklayers and the tile setters
working on the union station, regarding the
question at issue as one that should be
settled by the international unions of the
two organizations, without interference
from the other trades.
Certificate of Incorporation. ,
The T. A. Harding Company, with ifflces
at 1316 G street, was today incorporated to
carry on the business of real estate agents
or brokers. The capital stoc.t of the company
is $7,500, divided into seventy-five
shares. The incorporators are Tiheodore A.
Harding, Chas. H. Roesch and 1 tacy H.
Claims Damages in Sum of $15,000.
Claiming that h* was nnlawfully ejected
from a car of the defendant company,
Wheatley P. Daniel today filed suit against
the Metropolian Railroad Company to Recover
$15,000 damages. By Attorneys J. W.
Glennan and C. Albert White he informs
tyie court that February 7 last, while a pas
senger at Uth ana M streets, he was, with
out justification, violently ejected and
thrown from the car by an agent of the
company. The alleged violence caused him.
he declares, to fall to the ground with great
fcrce and suffer a dislocation of an ankle.
Personal to River Hen.
Capt. C. B. Milburn, commander of the
steamers Callahan and Woodbury on the
ferry route between this city and Alexanjlrl
o n)Kn wont aivav In r*r\m m o n<1 r>f tVio
ui in( ff nv " <- ! V U Iiu J ?-? wvuissaujava u* V lit
steamer Callahan to Newport News, has
taken command of the ferry steamer
Lackawanna on the Washington-Alexandria
Capt. Frank Phillips, who brought the
Lackawanna here from New York, and
who has been In command of the steamer
since she has been on the ferry route, has
been sent to Hampton roads to take charge
of the ferry steamer Callahan.
Mr. Julian Moore of this city, who was
for several years assistant engineer on the
excursion boats on the river, has been appointed
a draftsman In the navy yard at
Mr. Steve Gardella has returned to duty
as steward aboard the steamer Ketelle
Randall on the route between this city
and Grinders. Md.
L.TBY IT IN 1
Refreshing as a
fiMH Invaluable for '
JggSj Splendid Cleansing Pre
IBIiBB Removes Stains and Ore
HH Allays the Irritation cai
Unexcelled for Cleans
H|M Restores the Cc
Cleans Plate and Jewelry
So Vivifying after Mot<
^ USED BY ALL THE R(
I Srrubb A Co., Ltd., 4?5 Grt
THE COURT RECORD.
District Supreme Court.
EQUITY COURT NO. 1-Chlef Justice Clabaugh.
Tlbbs agt. Wilson: J. M. Kenyon appointed
trustee to sell: bond. 110 000- rnm
plainant's solicitors. Tucker & Kcnyon.
Macfarland agt. Peters; pro confesso ordered;
complainant's solicitor, E. H.
Moss agt. Wilkinson; Rale finally ratified
and cause referred to auditor; complainant's
solicitor, James II. Smith; defendant's
solicitor, Fountain Peyton.
Hill Nichols agt. Washington Building
and Loan Association; release of deeds of
trust ordered and Injunction granted;
complainant's solicitor. Tracy L. Jeffords;
defendant's solicitors, Hamilton, Colbert &
I3QUITY COURT NO. 2-Justice Gould.
Strickland agt. Tucker, jr., et al.; testimony
ordered taken before Albert Harper;
complainant's solicitors, McKenney &
Flannery and Wm. Hltz; defendant's solicitors',
M. Strasburger and C. F. Wilson.
Cosey agt. Smith et al.; motion to dismiss
several bills of complainant granted;
appeal, bond, $50; complainant's solicitor,
Joseph H. Stewart; defendant's solicitor,
C. W. Fitts.
Susquehanna Coal Company agt. KenhaHv
nroiiMl nrrl cuhmittoH' nnmnlalnant'o
solicitors, McKenney & Flannery and Wm.
Hits; defendant's solicitor, Edwin Forrest.
Wilson agt. Riofdan; argued and submitted;
complainant's solicitors, F. D. McKenney
and C. R. Wilson; defendant's solicitors,
Hamilton, Colbert & Hamilton.
Knopp agt. Durkln; sale ratified nisi;
complainant's solicitor, J. E. Taylor; defendant's
solicitors, Douglas &?Dougias.
CIRCUIT COURT NO. 2?Justice Anderson.
Poling agt. Capital Traction Company; on
trial; plaintiff's attorneys, H. H. Glassle
and C. H. Sytrie; defendant's attorneys, R.
Ross Perry & Son.
CRIMINAL COURT NO. 1?Justice Stafford.
United States agt. William Davis; violating
gaming law; time to file transcript extended
to May 1, 1007; attorney, A. S.
CRIMINAL COURT NO. 2-Justlce Barnard.
United States agt. William N. Minnlx;
carnal knowledge; bail piece Issued.
United States agt. Edward Warren; robbery;
on trial; attorney, J. McD. Carrlng
Neilgan agt. Amato; motion (or leave to
dismiss granted; plaintiff's attorneys, Bell
& Darr; defendant's attorneys, C. F. Dlggs.
BANKRUPTCY COURT-Chlef Justice Clabaugh.
In re Martin Bros.; adjudication and reference
to E. S. McCalmont ordered.
DISTRICT COURT-Justice Barnard.
In re opening of connecting highway between
Waterside drive and Park road;
order directing and accepting jury.
In re extension of Massachusetts avenue;
award of jury filed.
In re extension of alley In block 33, CoI
lumbla Heights; suggestion of death of ?.
J. Tighe, a Juror, and marshal directed to
summon a new jury.
PROBATE COURT?Justice Gould.
Estate of Teunls S. Hamlin; will admitted
to probate and letters testamentary
granted to American Security and Trust.
Company; attorney, W. A. McKenney.
Estate of Emma F. Hoyt; order to ship
effects: attorney. J. P. Earnest.
ITctatn nf IP m 111 a vr 111 - .1 *1.1
ui utuxtc MX. naioicau, pcilllUIt
j for probate of will filed; attorneys, Gordon
In re Ernestine Frank; petition to expend
certain sum filed; attorney, George
Estate of John H. Coale; petition to appoint
collector filed; attorney, R. F. Downing.
Estate of Mary Jane Shaw; will dated
April 15, 1907, Bled.
The Evening Star Is the official I
crgan of the Supreme Court of the
Dietrict of Columbia io bankruptcy
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
G STREET NORTHWEST NEAR 13TH
STREET?Carrie L. Millard to Eldrldge
E. Jordan, lot 56, Bquare 252; $14.
NOB. 1300. 1317 AND 1331 EMERSON
STREET AND NO. 1343 F STREET
NORTHEAST?George G. Arnold to
Agnes M. Arnold, lot? 73, 79, 84 and 170,
square 1029: $10.
CHICHESTER?John B. Anderson et ux. to
I That Tromilb
May be Caused "by
Nearly every physical ;
turbance of the nervous sy
some wrong food or drink t
The nerves telegraph t<
So if pain or incipient d
FOR 10 DAYS j
& y/ta>ll>l!JlLlLlU!. ^ vs.
You may locate your tr
Read the famous little book, "
Physicians call it "a health classic.'
!!a~" friivsiiiB&i'.s.. id
* rm u ??-m m -m
. Turkish Bath.
jparation for the Hair. HB
ase Spots from Clothing. gB^n
ised by Mosquito Bites. [UK
ing the Finger Nails. IHB
?lor to Carpets. [HHj
Softens Hard Water. Mm
>ring and other Sports.. W
)YALTIE8 OF EUROPE V
s, 2Be. p?r L?r?? Botti#. r
winlck Stmt, W?w York. <J
Alice A. James, lot 205; *1.700.
NOS. 62a AND 623 10TH STREET NORTHEAST?
Jogiah H. Brlnkrr to John A.
warneia, 101s 41 and Vi. square U35;
NO. 817 2.TTH STREET NORTHWEST?
Michael Burke et u*. to Harvey T. Wlnfleld,
lot 17, square IS); $10. Harvey T.
Wlnfleld conveys same property to Michael
and Mary Burke; $10.
WEST ECKINOTON?Harry Wardman to
Madellna Plt?er, lot 7?, square 7; $10.
N08. 734 TO 742 NAVY PLACE SOI THEA8T?Lucy
B. Piatt et vir. Tester B.,
to Philip H. Dels, Jots U7 to 101, square \
SOUTH CAPITOL STREET SOUTHEAST
between C and D streets?George 8.
Kaufman, trustee, to John E., Julian
17* Ansi Wo/)ai>(/>lr f VIottom nart nrid
*-* i' icuctivn v- muviv i u, va
nal lot 6, square 001; $10. Mary E.
Kaufman to same, part same lot; $10.
NINTH STREET SOUTH EAST between
E and G streets?Lexlous A. Wood to
John F. Hevlmann, part lots 3S and 30,
square 0H>; Jlo.
NO. 208 CTH STREET SOL'THEASTJames
O'Donnell et ux. to Emma C.
Parker, lot 17. square 871; |10.
R STREET NORTHWEST between New
Hampshire avenue an<l l?tn sireei-iioulse
Bolt lo George E. Fobs, tot '4>. square
NO. 1440 PIERCE PLACE NORTHWEST?
Albert F. Marsh et u*. to Ada Bauingarten,
lot 174, square 206; $10.
E STREET NORTHEAST between 12th
and 13th streets-bottle I* Burn et vlr,
James D.. to James J. Dawson, lot 27,
square 1008; $10.
BILTMORE STREET?OUT# R. Taylor to
fercy uranrora, pun iui an, < ?<.. * lw
ant and Pleasant Plains; $10.
PLEASANT PLAINS?Mary J. Baldwin to
W. Riley Deeble. lot 14, block 42;?10.
MOUNT PLEASANT?Same to dune, lots
20 to 31; *10.
KALORAMA HEIGHTS?Same to umt,
lot 21; $10.
MOUNT PLEASANT-L. Kemp Duvall to
W. Riley Deeble, tots 32 to 37; ?ia
EFFINGHAM PLACE?Ross Hudnel, Jr.,
to Harold E. Doyle, part lot 0, block 2;
COLUMBIA HEIGHTS?Mary H. Myers
to George Henderson, lots OS to 7^
block 32; $10.
CORNER 9TH STREET AND GRANT
PLACE?William E. Edmonston and
John D. Coughlan, trustees, to Victor J.
Evans, lot 121, square 375; $4.1,000.
AMERICAN UNIVERSITY PARK?John
r? frnifisiint And David D. Stone, trus
tees, to J. Sweisfort, lot 8, block 0;
NORTH CAPITOL between L, and M
street* northwest?Robert D. Weston
et ux. to Charlotte Dalley, lota 100 and
161. cquare CJo: #10.
I STREET NORTHWE8T between 7th ?nd
8tfi streets?Allan R. and May R. Campk?"
t? iriio p Mpntnn nart orlslnal lot
3, square 427; $10.
G STREET NORTHWEST between 7th and
8th streets?John R. McLean et ux. ta
Thomas R. Alsqulth. part original lot 7,
square 288; f 10. Thomas R. Alsqulth
et ux. to Arthur Jordan, part original
lot 7, square 288; f 10.
OAK LAWN-Arthur Jordan et ux. to
Evens A. Hayes, part Oak Lawn. ?10.
LANG DON PARK?Mildred E. Briggs to
Francis X. Hlgdon, lota 2 and 3, block
CHICHESTER AND CONGRESS
HEIGHTS?Mary E. Fowler to Robert
H. Bell, lot 1. block 1, Chichester; lot*
15 and 10, block fl, Congress Heights;
Action by Court as to Firm of Xartin
The firm of Martin Bros., consisting of
Lee R. Martin and Thomas R. Martin, real
estate dealers at 1925 Pennsylvania avenue,
was today adjudged bankrupt by Chief Justice
Clabaugh. Edward 8. McCalmont waa
The court's action was based on a petition
of Fannie S. Reynolds, Myrick H. Doollttle
and the Washington Times Company, filed
April 6 last.
Guv H. Johnson and Joseph D. Sullivan
have been actinp as receivers of the Arm's
business by virtue of an appointment under
an equity proceeding instituted by I^ee R.
Martin against Thomas R. Martin for dissolution
of partnership. It is expected the
receivers will continue in possession of the
assets of the Arm until the appointment of
a trustee in bankruptcy, at the first meeting
of creditors, which will probably be called
in ten days. m '
Lee R. Martin answered the petition of
the creditors by admitting the firm's Insolvency
and inability to pay Its debts. He
consented to the adjudication, which he declared
to be for the best Interests of the
creditors and all parties concerned.
ail can be traced to a disstem,
caused generally by
hat sets up the trouble.
) faraway organs.
lisease show anywhere
ouble and be rid of it.
The Road to Wellville," in pkgs.
A. - . ... . . : .. . - &W?