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National?The Summer Opera Company
In "The Serenade." 8:16 p.m.
? - ? - - > |_ n.inAA Vorl "
He las co?t<awin arut-n m *. * ? >
B:15 p.m.
Columbia?Wilton I.ackaye and Hilda
Spong In "Trilby," 8:15 p.m.
New Lyceum?"The High School Girls,"
8:15 p.m.
Four-Mile Hun?Luna Park, a fairyland
of amusements, with concert every afternoon
and night.
Chevy Chafe Lnke?Marine Band concert,
followed by dancing.
Norfolk nnd Washington steamers for
Fort Monroe. Norfolk anil Jamestown
every evening at 0:30 anil day trips as per
Electric trains from 12th street and Pennsylvania
avenue for Mount Vernon hourly,
10 a.m. to 3 p m. Arlington and Alexandria
every twenty minutes.
Cars from station at Anueduct bridge for
.Arlington, Fort Aljtr and Falls Church half
F> rry steamer Lackawanna to Alexandria
every hour and a half from 6 a.m. to 0
Ore.it Falls?Electrical Illumination, muflc
and dancing afternoon and nl^ht. Cars
leave Great Falls and Old Dominion railroad.
30th and M streets.
Chesapeake Reach trains leave District
line station 9:25 and 11 a.m., ~:.'fO, 4:00, 7:45
and !>:-t3 p.m.
St>:amer Charles Macalestor for Marshall
Hall leaves 7th 6treet wharf at 10 a.m.. j
2:3?> and p.m.
Steamer St. Johns to River View leaves
7:h street wharf 11 a_m. ami forty-mile trip
down the Potomac at 2:30 p.m.
P'or Colonial Peach steamer leaves 7th
8tr?.ct wharf at ..45 a.m.
Three-Burner Gas Stove, With Biass
Valves. SI 70. A. Kberly's Sons. 718 7th n.w.
Kare Old Laces clcaned, but made to retain
old appearance. Boraot, l'J"4 F st.
Lloyil r> Addison, thirty-two years of aK<\
a resident of Kails Church, Va.. was taken
sick while attending the rural jubilee at
Jlennlng yesterday afternoon. The sick
m:in Is n member of the Kiks, and his
friends had a physician to attend him. He .
wits taken to tiie Casualty Hospital In an
ant mobile ifter he had been given temporary
You Sometimes Need a Tonic.
"Old Glory" is the one you should use.
Pure materials and careful brewing make
it an invigorating, delicious dark bet r. Abner-Drury
Brew Co., wiite or phone W 430.
A curtain coming in contact with alighted
gas Jet caused a slight Maze in the house
of Jacob A. Kroon. J.'i'.t X street southeast,
about N:;<0 o'clork last night. The fire department
received a call from box ,VJ1 a
few minutes later, but occupants of the
house extinguished the blaze before the
engines reached the house. About 515 damaye
was caused by the blaze.
Women's Suits cleaned with surprising
thoroughness. A. F. Bornot & liro., 122J F st.
Carpets Cleaned, Mattresses Renovated
All w rk done on our own premises.
Eiunipir & Lyford, till-Kill Mass. ave.
C. A. Muddiman & Co.
?i vtf? , TT??
naugcB miu vvaici nvaieis.
61G 1-ih iv Lamps. 1-04 (J St..
Personal Ecnds Taken.
Jus:,. , t'-ainard. in Criminal Court No. 2.
has tuk< n the prrsunal bonds of Edward
T? 1/ 1. . ? ?! ~ I. .v U..nl,.,n.a I--.1 1
jk- -.'i ?. oiuii .naiu.tn auan ijunaiu
!i. ar.d George Kucker, who were
k>] oviy.'.it to i in* bar on charges of larceny.
The ? ust in passing: sentence took into
i onsi?l? ration the youth of the defendants
aii 1 li t' fact that they had pleaded gu**iy.
The boys, who are about ei^lueen or ninet?
.1 \ ais of age, are alleged to have enter*
d tlx* yacht owned oy Edward M.
C'leary Mid removed therefrom a number
<t articles They also. It is stated in the
Indictment, took bodily possession of *tne
jac'.t owned by Charles F. Karr for an
outing on the Potomac river.
Money to IrnJ at -i. 5 and G% on real estate
Frank T Rawllngs Co., 1505 Pa. ave.
?>l?ertiseilien*.. ,
Taken to Hospital.
T^iuis Hushtf. colored. forty years (if age.
whose home is in Brown's court, was
knocked down by an automobile while near
Indiana av< nue and street yesterday.
His head was cut and he was taken to the
Kmergenc> It'.siit.il in the automobile. He
w.is not seriously injured.
Baltimore and Return, $1.25,
Baltimore & Ohio R. R.
Every Saturday and Sunday. All train? :
both ways, both days, except Royal I-iniIted.
City otliics, 1.-117 <j st. and Oil) IVnna.
R?celves a Degree.
Tlit? degree of doctor of divinity has been
conf< rr?d upon Itev. J. C. Dent, pas'.or of
the Marian Haptist Church, by the Virginia
Vnion l"niv> rsity of Ra hmond, Va.
In appreciation of this honor the members
of the congregation of the church last
Thursday evening tendered Dr. Dent a reception.
at which many ministers and others
attended. The principal address was \>y
I{e\ George W. Lee. Refreshments were
et rved.
aunaay concert (Jfcevy Chase Lake. |
Section Marine Hand. Dancing this evening.
Request for Sewer Connections.
The Commissioners gave a public hearing
In the board room of the District buil llns
yesterday to Rev. Henry V. Satterlee,
bishop of Washington. Protestant Episco
j?ai v mircn; tien. jonn m. w nson, president
of the Hoard of Trade, and George
Tru< sdrll The object of the hearing: was
to make a formal request for making
newer connections with the Harriet Lane
Johnson School on the Cathedral grounds.
T ? <*omrr. ssioners took tlie request under
advisement and concluded the hearing by
: > ir ir they would announce their intentions
Capitol Hill Branch Sta.- Office.
If you d not fool like coming down town
]< ive v advertisement for The Star at
Haley's Drug Store, llth and East Canitol
rts . ;ind It will be gent to Th?* Star for you
without n!dition:?l charge. The best help is
obi lined through The Star at \ cent per
word each insertion.
Forty Dollars for Speeding Automobile
Howard O. ('"omlis was flnod $ Id bv
Judge Kimball in the Police Court yesterday
on a charge of speeding an automobile.
Policeman Holmes of the first precinct
Bays he followed Mr. Coomb3 along
Pennsylvania avenue and through the
"White Lot at the rate of twenty-live
an hiuir
"That is iin outrageous rate of speed."
finite Kimball remarked. "Or. account
#f the hi?h rate of speed I will liave to
#*>uble the usual tine."
Those leaving the city should
have The Star sent to them by mall
in order mat they may keep Informed
about Washington affairs. In
most instances The Star will be at
the breakfast tablo the next day and
give all of the n?!\vs from Washington
of the day before. The address
may be changed aa frequently as
desired by giving the old and new
addresses. The price of The Star by
mall dally and Sunday Is 60 cents
per month. Invariably In advance.
Woodca Hatchet Handed Down to the
Juniors?Honor Men and
Prize Winners.
Class night exercises were held In University
Hall last evening by the seniors of
Columbian College and the College of Engineering
of George Washington Unlver.it.
m n e ?i, A
niLy. icii fiife r. ? iisun, pit*aiuciu ui uic
class of 1907, made a short opening address
of greeting to the class of 1!M>8, and
was folio wed by Ernest F. Mechlin, class
historian, who related the doings and glories
of the graduating class during its four
years' career. Miss Edith H. Rideout was
class prophetess.
The wooden hatchet, symbol ?f power,
was then handed down to the juniors by
Robson De S. Brown and accepted by Wll
nam \ an \ lecK.
The Ceremonies Included a "comical mueidy"
written by Robson Brown, which
gave the seniors a chance to display their
talent in comic opera. Charles R. Lombard,
Clarence P. Wilson, Edwin H. King,
Robson Brown, Ernest F. Machiin, Syngman
Rhee, Harry C. Hornaday, Arthur
Schoenfeld, Hugh Hill, Francis G. B. Bethune,
Isabel R. Capell, Clara Johnston,
Annie E. Bodmor. Julia McMillan, Edith
H. HI U'out, Edgara MacMillen, Mabel
Sontt. Kmile White and Mildred \V. Cochran
were in the cast.
Honor Men and Prize Winners.
Following is the official list of honor men
and prize winners in the various classes:
Department of law?First honor prize, for
highest rank throughout the three years'
course: voiry .w. suuiuen. iionorauie mention:
Louis Edward Gil"S.
Edward Thompson Company prize, consisting
of a set of the Encyclopaedia of
I.aw. or a set of the Encyclipaedaa of
Pleading and Practice, awarded to the
s.-:iitir law stulent who shall write the bast
thesis on some legarl subject assigned by
the faculty. Albert Cnnant Agnew.
Ellsworth prize of ?2T? in gold, for best
work in patent law course, Samuel Bernard
Comparative law prize essay. Stanley
Rich of the Northwestern University Law
Debaters' prizes?Debate with Cincinnati:
Albert C. Agnew, Edward Percy Gates, C.
L.UUI5 -Alien.
Debate with University of North Carolina:
Albert C. Hindman, Fayette Dickinson
Couden, William Van Vleck.
National College of Pharmacy?Edward
T. Frlstoe scholarship to Edward V.
Tayne; William S. Thompson scholarship
to Morris Pozen; J. A. Milburn scholarship
to Benno. R. Preuss.
iiiiriu in ufiitinii y?ratuuy pi
Charles Sebastian Pflug; honorable mention.
Charles Gardner Shoemaker.
Thompson prize, William Allison MerrlW;
honorable mention, Jacob Sidney Eskin.
Lewis prize, Jacob Sidney Eskin; honorable
mention, William Allison Merritt.
Hire Downey's "Bridal" Carriages.
The most elegrant turnouts obtainable. Very
reasonable rates. Stables, ltKilKJO L St.?
Discontinuance Sunday Bluemont
Effective at once. Southern Ry. announces
discontinuance of its Bluemont Special heretofore
leaving Washington 8:55 a.m. Sunday
only; returning, leaving Bluemont t>:45
p.m. Regular Sunday train for Bluemont
and way points will continue to leave at
9:10 a.m.; returning, leave Bluemont 5:li5
Efforts at Recent Masonic Fair Appreciated.
The superintendent of police has received
a letter of thanks from the members of
the board of control of the Masonic fair
in which the board, through its president,
Mr. B. F. Smith, extends its thanks to the
police department for the work done at the
fair. The letter reads:
"It affords me great pleasure to announce
to you and through you to your officers
the thanks of the board of control of the
Masonic fair for the very valuable assistance
rendered by you and through your organization,
as chief of police, for the safety
and comfort of our people wtio visited the
Ma.-onic fair. We desire in this connection
to thank Capt. Sullivan and the officers In
his charge Quring tli?> many nights of the
fair for the courtesy extended to us from
them from time to time. We found him
ever ready to perform his duty, always
pleasant, agreeable and courteous while
performing the duty of an officer In the Interest
of good order and law.
"We found your officers in attendance at
I the fair agreeable, polite and courteous, and
we therefore desire to thank you and them,
with .spi i^ial thanks to Brothers Thomas P.
I ??icrx&ciii, cniuriiiun, ana HKlWin 13.
Hesee, secretary."
When You Open a Bank Account
?with I'nion Trust Co., 1414 F St., you get
interest in addition to protection, and deposits
are subject to check at will. Banking
business of every description invited.?Advt.
SI.25 to Baltimore and Return
Every Saturday and Sunday, via Pennsylvania
Railroad. Tickets good returning until
Sunday night. All regular trains except
| "Congressional Limited."?Advt.
Century Old Spinning Wheel.
At the regular meeting of Dateher Court.
No. 3, Heroines of Jericho, at Its court
room in the Masonic Hall, corner 5th street
ami Virginia avenue southeast, Tuesday
evening, Mrs. Frances A. Brooks Severson,
a past matron, presented to the court a
spinning wheel which hud belonged to her
mother, Mrs. Jane Mitchell Brooks. The
original owner of the wheel was born In
Prince George county, Md? in July, 1797,
and came to this city In lSf2. where she rej
sided until her death, November 2f>, 1893.
i n" wiiffi rias ueen in uie .viitcneil ana
Brooks families for over a hundred years.
Mrs. Vivian Tibbs, the matron, received
the wheel on behalf of the court with a few
appropriate remarks and there was a vote
[ of thanks by the court. Mrs. Brooks was
| the mother of eleven children, one of whom
was the late Dr. George W. Brooks, a past
grand master, who practiced medicine
among the colored people in this city in the
$2.75 to Luray and Return, Including
Admission to Caverns,
Leave Baltimore and Ol io station, Washington.
Saturday, June 15. 8:05 a.m.. returning
same day. A splendid opportui ity for
a day s outing, and to visit this famous
natural curiosity.?Advt.
C. & S. Ice Cream a Great Favorite.
Try tlie pure, rich Velvet Kind. Druggists.
Election and Installation.
The election and Installation of officers
of the White Veil Court. No. 1, 0. of S.,
was held Wednesday evening. June 5. at
Masonic Temple. 171!> Pennsylvania avenue
northwest. The officers elected for tne
ensuing year are: Mrs. Susia Davis, worthy
gland matron; Mrs. M. E. Rawlins, I
worthy vice matron; Mrs. B. J. Buckner.
high priestess; Mr. E R. Sydnor, illustrious
patron; Miss I. L. Rawlins, advocate;
Mrs. Emma Spriggs. counselor; Mrs.
Julia Jackson, exchequer; Mrs. J. B. Rawlins.
recorder; Mrs. C. V. Ray, assistant
recorder; - Mrs. Fannie Shields, first conA
mon/to T o rjl nn corrind r>nn.
UUVllCBS, ?U I o. .-iiiiauua *#?*?%? w, vw?
ductress; Mrs. I.eanna Boone, third captain;
Mrs. Isabella Thornton, guardian.
Notice to Gas Consumers.
The pressure will be materiajly reduced
on Sunday, June 9, 1!K)7, between the hours
of 9 a.m. and 12 noon, for the purpose of
making connections at 7th and Pennsylvania
avenue southeast.?AdTt.
Rumor of Discharges of Gh P. 0. Employes
Denied Today.
The statement Is made on authority that
a circulated report of another large batch
of dismissals In the government printing
office Is without foundation. The public
printer sai-d this moaning that no doubt the
report uriginuica iruji mo mvi luul ?um
Is so scarce In the bindery divisions of the
office that It has become necessary to Institute
brief furloughs of employes In those
It was the expectation of the public
printer, It was said this morning, that at
the wind up of the fiscal year. 3une 30.
work for the bindery divisions will pick up
sufficiently to keep the force busy, but he
was disappointed. Rather than make another
dismissal. It Is said, which might
necessitate additions to the force later on
snouiu me worn increase ui me
of the fiscal year. July 1, 1007, Mr. Srillings
has been forced to make the furloughs.
Just how long these furloughs will continue
cannot be stated, but the public printer
said they will be so equalized that the employes
will not lose more than a few days
a month.
Cheap Excursion to Harpers Ferry,
Martlnsburg. Berkeley Springs and Cumberland.
8:03 a.m., Sunday, Jur.e 9, from Baltimore
and Ohio station, Washington. D. C.
Round-trip rate to Harpers Ferry a?d Martlnsburg,
$1.00; to Berkeley Springs, $1.35; to
Cumberland, $2.00. Splendid opportunity to
~ "Aiinfrv of omall ovnonon
spcuu a u<lj" HI llit WUI'W j at Blitu** VA|/UXUW,
Genuine Homemade "Milk" Bread.
A delicious, nutritious bread delivered direct
from oven to table. Holmes' Bakery,
1st & E fits. 'Phones E. 1440 & 1441.?
"Georgia day," June 10, Is to be one of
tlie red letter date9 at the expcsition,
Jamestown, and with "District of Columbia
day" following, the coming week will be
an attractive time for local residents to
visit the great fair. The trips arranged by
the Tri-City Tourist Company, apparently
solve the problem of seeing the fair at
trifling expense and without personal bother
or worry. Exceptionally low figures are
announced covering the expenses of transportation,
meals, hotel accommodations, admissions,
etc., for three days at James
town. At slightly nigner cost tour-aay trips
ar^ offered, with similar expenses defrayed.
The three-day excursions will be Inaugurated
the coming Monday, leaving this city
via the Norfolk and Washington steamer,
8 a.m., and arriving at the fair in time to
witness the special illuminations of warships
and buildings in honor of "Georgia
day" the same evening. All desired information,
tickets, etc.. may be obtained at T.
Arthur Smith's, 1327 F street, or at Fred
H. Hable's, 613 Pennsylvania avenue. The
latter office will be open all day Sunday.
Tlio romlne- week will he one of SDeclal
attractions at tho Jamestown fair. Monday
will be "Georgia day" and Tuesday
"District of Columbia day." Special celebrations
are planned for these dates. Including
extra Illuminations of buildings and
warships, the fleet of the latter being lnoreased
by Admiral Evans' squadron, which
has been ordered to Hampton roada especially
for the dates named. Passengers
leaving by the Norfolk and ..ashington
Steamboat Company's day boats, 8 a.m.
Monday, will reach the roads the same
evening in time to see the illumination of
the assembled fleets. Al.cr the 12th this
company will have double dail. cervlce to
the exposition, steamers leaving morning
and evening every day. Southbound, both
day anil night boats land directly at the
exposition pier, saving passengers the expense
and delay of reaching the fair by
ferry from Norfolk or Old Point Comfort.
City offices are located rt 7th street wharf
and at 705 14th street.
Every day It becomes more apparent
that Chevy Chase lake is the capital's favorite
pleasure park. The refined amusements,
picturesque surroundings and splendid
car service all combine to attract hundreds
to the resort nightly. While there is
competition, it seems to have no effect
whatever on the popularity of this successful
resort. The Marine Hand Orchestra is
on hand every evening, rendering a new
program every night. This orciiestra also
furnishes the dance music, an ? right here
It may be noted, while Chevy Chase I.ake '
has the linest dancing pavilion and provides
the finest music tile country aflords, no
charge is made to go on tne floor of the
pavilion. There are many other amusemrxitu
hHlHunt llliimin'itinna on/1 cimHu r
attractions. A special program will be given
at the Sunday evening concert tomorrow.
Marshall Hall will be the place for rest
and pleasure tomorrow. There will be no
lack of attractions for both the old and
young. Table d'hote dinner is served ;n the
elegant dining hall during the day, also
meals a la carte and the dairy lunch will
serve those who do not care fo- a.dini.cr.
i ne steamer e naries Aiacaiesier wiii ieave
for Marshall Hall tomorrow at 11 a.m.,
2:.'!0 an<l >:;{<> p.m. Stops will be made at
Alexandria. 1'rof. Schroeder's Band willkaccompany
the steamer, and also render a
program of select concert music on the
green lawns during the afternoon and evening.
The steamer St. Johns, the largest excursion
steamer in service on the Potomac,
will make her usual trips to River View
tomorrow, and in the afternoon will make
one of her enjoyable forty-mile runs down
the river. The steamer will leave the 7th
street wharf of the Washington and Potomac
Steamboat Company on her first
trip at 11 a.m., and will run down to River
View, and, returning home again, will make
another trip, leaving here at 2:30 p.m. On
this trip, after landing at River View to
land those who wish to stop there and to
take on those who wish to make m tritt
down the river, the St. Johns will make
a run of about forty miles, down to about
Smith's Point, and r.-ill then return. On
the up trip she will stop at River View,
and will arrive in Washington about 8 p.m.
launches and dinners will also be served on
the St. Johns as she makes her trips up and
down the river, and dinner ran be had at
the View at city prices. These Sunday
outings on the river have proven very
popular during the past month in spite of
the cold and rainy weather.
The regular week-end trips of the steamer
Harry Randall will be made to Colonial
Beach as usual, the steamer leaving here
this afternoon and tomorrow morning for
the resort. On the trip this, evening the
steamer will sail from this city at r>:45.
and after stopping at Alexandria will
couunue tMT: itru WHIIUUI
further stops. Landing her passengers there
she will at once return to this city anil
will sail again tomorrow morning at 8:4o
o'clock. On the return trip the steamer
will leave Colonial Beach at ti p.m. and will
arrive home about 10 p.m. Sunday. To
enjoy a trip to Colonial Beach it is not
necessary to lose any time from business,
and more than twenty-four hourn can be
ha.< at the pretty resort.
Colonial Beach is too well known to
the people of Washington to need any
description of the pleasure one can have
.. .-It.!* TVtncfl ... t... e ^
\Jll <v uoii ?-?i? iivo?. " iiw UI r 1UI1U
of good fishing can have some good sport,
as the fishing is fine just now. The crabbing
is also good, and any one desiring
a salt water bath will find a smooth, sandy
beach and a big river full of briny water.
The hotels at the Beach are now open, and
the visitor can find plenty of accommodation
just now. Meals and staterooms can
be had on the steamer on all trips.
mi T 11... T . "L n
xue ouuus liiuisuuigu v/uiupany,
512 9th st.. will give away free Monday and
Tuesday gold initial dinner sets, 53 pieces,
with every purchase over $50.?Advt.
Parlor Car Service?-Bluemont Branca.
Southern Rwy. announces effective with
first car from Washington June 10 Pullman
parlor car service between Washington
and niuemont. trains 125 leaving Washington
4:15 p.m. and 12tS arriving Washington
0:20 a.m. weekdays.?Advt.
.Lecture on "Devil worship."
The Women's Missionary Society of the
Fourth Presbyterian Church, 13th and
Falrmount streets, have secured Rev. Edgar
O. Campbell and Mrs. Campbell, missionaries
on the United States reindeer
reservation, St. Lawrence Island, Behrlng
>/v o ln/itiiro AmnrrAn? t m ?
9CQ, IU uruvci a ivvi u> c c vciiutg
in the church auditorium upon "Innult
Devil Worship" and work in the Arctic
sea. The atory as told by these missionaries
is said to be one of rare Interest and
to embrace narratives of personal experience
both entertaining and novel.
"D!?l you ever see a tug-of-war overboard?"
a member of the Almas Temple today
asked a brother Shriner.
"Well, you'll see more fun at Chesapeake
Beach next Wednesday than can be
pictured In the wildest dream of th6 'Kareblt
Fiend," when the teams of Washington
and Columbia commanderles, and Potomac
and Orient commanderies, Knights Templar,
engage in lively tugs In the breakers or tne
bay. The salt water will fly, and there will
be more rare sport than there was when
Toby Green rescued the fat lady from the
In addition to the tugs-of-war In the
briny, there will be other spasms of mirth
when the polo game is played in the surf
by rival teams.
??-- ? otb.
A lUCCUIlg U1 lilt; cuin lauiuiciik onu
letic committee of Almas Temple was held
at the office of Chairman Frank K. Raymond,
In the Colorado building, last evening
to arrange the list of prizes for the annual
outing of the Shrlners to Chesapeake
Beach next Wednesday. The shibboleth of
the jolly committeemen was: "Everybody
will be happy," in helping to swell the
Christmas charity fund of Almas Temple.
Chairman Raymond announced the list of
events and prizes as follows:
No. 1?50-yard dash, for nobles weighing
over 200 pounds. Prizes?First, pair of gold
cuff links, value, $10; second, ten pounds of I
No. 2?50-yard dash, open to sons of
nobles under fourteen years of age. Prizes
?First, $5 worth of merchandise; second,
pocketbook; third, pair of shoes.
No. 3?50-yard dash, for daughters of
nobles. Prizes?First, gold necklace and
chain; second, gold charm; third, pocketbook.
No. 4?50-yard dash, for wives of nobles.
Prizes?First, lady's hat; second, umbrella;
third, ten pounds of coffeei fourth, box of
cut flowers. '
For High School Students.
No. 5? 100-yard dash, for high school students.
Prizes?First, pair of trousers; second,.
j>air of shoes; third, pocketbook.
No. 6?100-yard dash, notfles only. Prizes
?First, Morris chair; second, dress suit
nnon- V. J Untkn*. Halt
va.ic, iiitiUt 11110 icauivi utiu
No. 7?Running high Jump; open. Prizes
?First, umbrella; second, pair of slippers;
third, pocketbook.
No. 8?Putting 16-pound shot; nobles only.
Prizes?First, pair of opera glasses; seconu,
box of fifty cigars; third, box cut flowers.
No. 0?Three-legged race. Prizes?First,
one year's subscription to the Washington
Herald; second, rocking chair.
No. 10?Potato race for ladies. PrizesFirst,
satchel; second, china umbrella
holder; third, box cut flowers.
No. 11?Running broad jump; open. Prizes
?First, fancy vest; second, hat; third, one
gallon Japanese floor varnish.
Nos. 12, 13 and 14 are all aquatic events,
the prizes to be announced later. No. 12
will be a tug-of-war between teams representing
Washington and Colombia Commanderles,
K. T., and No 13, a tug-of-war
between teams representing Potomac and
Orient Commanderles, K. T. No. 14 will
be a match game of water polo between the
picked teams.
J. H. Small & Sons, Florists,
Washington and New York.?Advt.
$6.00 Week-End Excursions,
nammore & umo to Atlantic seaboard resorts.
Every Friday and Saturday, returning
until following Tuesday, Inclusive. Consuit
agents for particulars.?Advt.
Mrs. T. H. Hale, Eighty-Four Years of
Age, Passes Away.
Mrs. T. H. Hale, eighty-four years of age.
who occupied a basement room at 810 I
street, dropped dead while at 91 h and I
streets, only a few doors from her home,
yesterday afternoon. It is stated that a sister
and niece of the deceased reside in this
city, and the police are making an effort
to locate them. Mrs. Hale rented the room
In the I street house about a month ago,
having resided near Massachusetts avenue
and 7th street northeast prior to that time.
The deceased was engaged in missionary
work. For a number of years, it is stated,
she had taken an active interest in the inmates
of the Government Hospital for the
Insane, especially in the women patients
who recovered. She left the house yest*rday
about 9 o'clock to go to the government
hospital for the purpose of seeing
a young woman who was about to be discharged,
saying she had already procured
a situation for her.
Just after alighting from a street car at
ttlh and X streets Mrs. Hale foil upon the
pavement. Pedestrians removed lier to the
sidewalk and sent for a physician, but life
was extinct. Mrs. Hale recently stated to a
friend that she had $7,<j0o about three years
ago, but that she invested-it in a Klondike
mine and lost it. Her bod? was removed to
the morgue, and Acting Coroner Glazebrook
was notified. He viewed the body and
gave a certificate of death from heart disease.
The body was removed to an undertaking
establishment. Arrangements for
the funeral have not yet been completed,
but it is likely that the remains will be
A Notable Auction Event.
Sloan's annual clearance sale takes place
at their rooms, 1407 G St., next week, and
this year is of unusual importance, embracing
about 1,000 pieces of mahogany, oak
and other high-grade furniture, a tine collection
of books, Persian rugs, plate, china,
glass, pictures, mirrors, etc. All on exhibition
Monday and Tuesday at Sloan's galleries.
1407 G st., where catalogues can be had.
* I
Marine Band at "hevy Chase Lake.
Concert and dancing?other amusements.
Large Attendance - at Excursion to
River View.
From the large attendance of excursionists
to River View today, upon the first
trip of the steamer St. Johns, it was regarded
as more than probable that the out
lng of the Teachers' Aid and Annuity Association
will be a complete success.
At 2:15 o'clock this afternoon another
large throng departed for River View. The
last boat will go down at (5:45 o'clock this
evening. During the afternoon and evening
the St. Johns will return to the city twice,
leaving River View at 5 o'clock ^nd 10:30
A Wonderful Tonic
Horsford's Acid Phosphate
CooJIne. Invigorating. Dispels tnat urag-gea
out feeling during spring and summer.
Recognized by the Court.
Nine months in jail was the sentence
imposed in the Police Cqjjrt yesterday on
Samuel R. Beach, charged with passing a
worthless check on Miss Annie Butler,
cashier for A. S. Caywood, 9th street and
New York avenue.
Beach owed rent to Mr. Caywood and he
presented in payment a check for 127.80
on the Traders' National Bank, and was
given cash for the difference between the
rent money and the amount of the check.
That was December 31 last. Beach left
the city soon afterward. He returned a
couple of days ago. Mr. Caywood reported
to the police the fact that the bank dishonored
the check, and Detectives Heland
and McNamee of headquarters arrested
"It's so easy to keep on writing checks
after you have once begun, Isn't It,
Beach?" Judge Mullowny asked him, as he
recognized the man before hlm^as an old
"Yes, sir; I know I ought to know better
by this time,' replied Beach. "But X get
full of whisky and that gets me Into these
In Reaching Out for More Business
The Imitation typewriter letters produced
by Byron S. Adams, 512 11th, are effective.?
I Advertisement.
?? "jr
Dr. J. O. B. Bulloch and Miss Bulloch
Going to Jamestown.
Dr. J. G. B. Bulloch and his sister. Miss
Emma Hamilton Balloch, of 1704 Q slreet
northwest, have received Invitations from
Gov. Terrell of Georgia to attend the recet>Hon
to PrPsM^nt Roosovplt tn hA
In Bulloch Hall at the Jamestown exposition
Georgia day, June 10, at 2:30
o'clock. At the time Cols. James D. and
Henry M. Dunwoody, both descendants of
Archibald Bulloch, the first of the family
In this country, who was president of the
province of Georgia in 1776, will be present.
They &re upon the staff of Gov. Terrell and
will serve as special aids to President
Roosevelt when he holds the reception in
the Georgia building at the fair, built In
duplicate of the ojd Bulloch home at Ros
wen, in wnicn miss uuuocn, tne
mother of President Roosevelt, lived before
her marriage to his father.
Dr. Bulloch and his Bister are (Treat, great
grandchildren of Archibald Bulloch, and It
is stated will be the only persons bearing
the family name who will be present at
the reception.
$71.75 to Spokane and Return
Via Pennsylvania Railroad, June 2li K> 30,
account Baptist Young People's Union.
nonsuit ucjiei agenis.?Advi.
High-Class, Artistic Tailoring
?the kind that appeals to discriminating <
men?is done by Owen, 4'23 11th.?Advt.
Officers of Washington Chapter, Beta
Theta Pi.
Thf* annilfll plppHnn r\f thA nfflncra nf thft
Washington Chapter of the Beta Theta PI
college fraternity occurred at the banquet
of the members of the organization last
evening' at the Dewey Hotel. It resulted
as follows: O. C. Rankin, president; C. C.
Stauffer and D. W. White, vice presidents;
G. M. Churchill, recording secretary, and
J. Norrls Myers, corresponding secretary
and treasurer. Later a number of after
dinner speeches were made, Judge Augus
tus Lynch, Dr. S. S. Laws and Air. P. B. j
Betts being the speakers.
The death of Mr. R. E. Mueden of the
Oornell chapter of the fraternity was called
to the attention of the members in attendance
and resolutions of condolence
were adopted.
Covers were laid for G. M. Churchill, C.
C. Stauffer, J. Norrls Myers, H. P. Gould,
T. L. Ransome, B. H. Ransome, W. J.
Wesseler, J. R. Bucknell, James K. Mc- <
Kay, Dr. S. S. Laws, Judge Augustus
Lynch, T. B. Southerland, W. P. Turnctall
l> 11 llottu I.' Utaloxr on/1 W W
Burrougha. '
Gold Initialed Fifty-Three-Piece J
dinner set given away with every purchase
over $50 by the Julius Lansburgh Co., 512
Oth St., next Monday and Tuesday.?Advt.
Marine Band at White House Grounds. (
The program for the concert scheduled
for the White House grounds this after
nocn, beginning at 5:50 o'clock, by the
band of the United States Marine Corps,
William H. Santelmann, leader, follows:
March, "Flag of Victory" Von Blon
Overture, "1812" Tschalkowsky
Music de Ballet, "Russe" (new) .Luigint
(a) Czardas, (b) Valse Lento, (c) Scene,
(d) Mazurka, (e) March Russe.
Waltz, "Santiago" Corbln
Grand Fantasia, "Samson and Delilah,"
Patrol, "The Blue and the Gray"...Dalbey
Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 Liszt
X lie oiai opaubit'u uaiuici.
"Life Is real, life Is earnest." And so are
Narrowly Escapes Death.
George W. Vaughn, a carpenter, whose
home Is at 006 Tennessee avenue, narrowly
escaped death yesterday afternoon by falling
from the third story of a building on
Bancroft place near 22d street, where he
was employed. Following the accident lie
was taken to the Emergency Hospital for
treatment. The physicians found he hau
sustained no fractures and that he seemed
to be but slightly injured. He subsequently
went to his home.
Rally Afflicted
For More Tlian Two Years?Tries
Physicians, Patent Remedies, Old
Women and Ouack Cures, and
Found No Relief.
SI?! mum ANBB WELL '
"I was very badly afflicted with eczema for
more than two years. The parts affected were my
limbs below the knees. I tried all the physicians
in the town and some In the surrounding towns,
and I also tried all the patent remedies that I
heard of. besides all the cares advised by old
women ana auacKs, nnu nmuu ?u unci nuaicm
until I commenced using the Cutleura Soap, Cut!cura
Ointment, and Cuticura Resolvent. In the
Cuticura Remedies I found immediate relief, and
was soon sound and well. C. V. Beltz, Tippecanoe,
lnd., Nov. 15, '05."
Cuticura Soap Kills Dandruff.
"I was irouDiea whu uauuiuu ??? uvau
since I was twelve years old. I had beautiful
hair up to that time. The dandruff destroyed my
hair. I tried everything I could bear of. I had
no doctor, but I went into a drug store where I
was well acquainted and asked the druggist If he
knew of anything that would be good for me. He 1
said: 'Of course I do. Just get a cake of Cuticura
Soap.* I got it, and it did my hair good the
first time I used it. My sister-in-law couldn't
keep the dandruff off the top of her baby's head,
and the hair wouldn't grow. I was there, had a
cake of Cutieura Soap with me. I told her about 1
It, and gave iter me tuucura ouap, auu m auuui ^
three months I went there again, the child's head
was covered with hair and not a sign of dandruff. 1
My sister Bald It was the Cutlcura Soap. The
child Is not past three years old and has a lovely j
head of hair. Mrs. E. W. Shlgley, Columbus, Kan.,
Oct. 25, 11)06.'*
Complete External and Internal Treatment for
Every Humor of Infants, Children and Adults consists
of "Cutlcura Soap (25c) to Cleanse the Skin,
Cutlcura Ointment (50c) to Heal the Skin, and
Cutlcura Resolvent (50c), (in the form of Chocolate-Coated
Pills 25c per vial of 60) to Purify the
Blood. Sold throughout the world. Potter Drug
& Chem. Corp., Sole Props., Bostof. Mass.
IL?*Mailed Free, "New 48-page Skin Book."
closely on the heels
of Good Advertising.
We write the
right ads to
make advertising
good advertising.
L. P. Darrein Adv. Agency,
L. P. Darrell. Booms 102-103-104,
B. W. Cox, Evening Star bids.
7? T. Hn-u*. 'Phona Main 2iii
Photographs Made of Anything
?and well. Horace Woodward. 12"J4 F.
'Phone Main 3492. jefc-s.tf,::
Navy Beans Worth 10c, Qt.;
3 larpe cans Pojt Head Baked Beans for
2.r>c; Chester River Beans, 7c; Marwaco
lieans, 7c; Kea Line lieans, tic. Fjles New
Method Stores.
"New Way to Heaven,"
8 o'clock, Sunday. Bethany Chapel, 13th
and C sts. n.w. See church notice.
"While playing In front of their home
yesterday afternoon, Charles Olive. eight
years of age, and his younger sister, Cella
Olive, were knocked down by a buggy In
which J. T. Twyman of 2123 L. street was
cvairu. x in' I my n |?I cUIIt'U Ills iiliMr, UUI
his sister was not Injured. The parents of
the children, who live at 1U18 C street
southwest, refused to Set the boy be taken
to a hospital.
Dine at Boblnger's, 512 12th, Sunday.
Centrally located?opposite Columbia Theater.
The bfst of everything seasonable, al^o
steaks, chicken, etc., cooked Cabin John
eiyie. r>xceneni service ;resiaurani a ia carie.
Cleanliness Is Apparent Everywhere
?at Jno. O. Weinberg's Bakery, 710 11th
e.e. If you want to be absolutely certain of
pure, wholesome bread for your table see
that your grocer always sends "Melnberg's."
Maerzen and Senate Are Demanded
?by all who insist upon purity, cleanliness
and excellence. Order these celebrated
Heurieh beers at bars and for family use.
r*!> OA 9 t1 Tn Kitttta riiKn ta TV,
llvered In unlettered wagons. 'Phone W. 37.
George II. Butler, colored, thirty-three
years of ape, whose home Is at 1214 2d
street southeast, was treated at the Emergency
Hospital yesterday afternoon for an
Injury to his foot. It was stated a piece
of Iron fell upon his foot while he was
working at the freight station ?ln South
When 12-in. Stock Boards Are Priced
At our bargain figure wise men buy. ElsInger
Bros., 2109 7th n.w. 'Phone N. 1173.
Duff Gordon Sherry (Imported),
75c per bottle. Special delivery.
'Phone N. 3083. D. Doody, 1304 N. Cap.
Colonial Beach cottage for rent. Gould's, 9th.
Carpets Taken Up, Cleaned and Stored
At tho very lowest prices. E. P. Hlnkel &
Co., successors to Thorp Carpet Cleaning
Co., 488 Maine ave. s.w. 'Phone Main 'Mio.
Spot Cash for Your Furniture,
Household g-oods. Why pay commissions and
irayage? Baum's Furniture Shop, 14th & U.
A.11 Amateur Pictures Printed, 3c Up.
[n real Velox. WUITSON'S, 712 9th st. n.w.
^ifKV EDRO Domecq's
! Palido Sherry,
jf 6oc full qt.
Amoroso Sherry,
7^c full ot.
They're excellent In quality.
Above competition.
Sole distributer.
QnaUtj-<D)(TT)Q) 7tlh St '|,,lone M 274House,
n ILIIU OIL* j<jo branch houses.
Pripirriclh II .ninnrnnfemp
Dry Plates amtd FaJmnis.
?They're famous the world over.
AXTI- Though fifty per eent letter than
TRUST products they cost no more.
TRUST iAimlere dry platen will fit all American
Cameras. We're Headquarters
PRODUCTS, for Lumlere Plates and Films. (
M. A. II jeese. Antl ti?;t^ot.?JD.taLe^
- ? ?- - ?- ? ? ? "y wit wiu oucci u.w.
c & p
U-* V U ^ iu
has become a necessity in
every comfortable home.
Unlimited City Service.
Direct Line.
$4 Per ilonth.
An Invitation.
aii are connaiiy invueti to auewi inp demonstration
Of CHI-NAMEL system o/ varnishing
and graining old floors and furniture.
At our store June 7, 8. 10 aud 11.
CBias. E. Modgki 0,913 7th st. n.w.
1 f~M II T\Y 1G ^ A
I I /] 11 In 1U ^ n
pi ?Excels as a tonic.
\ I ?Excels as a stimulant.
?A quality whisky that is smooth,
of pleasing taste and bouquet.
Bottle $1
Chas, Kraemnier,
je7-20d _
lecture Sunday nlpht nt 8 p.m.. "How to Control
the Mind for liealth and Prosperity," 125G
14th et. P.w. JeH
GBQD1L(10K?[BO?\ SSm
WILTON imm and HILDA grejji?
The Columbia Theater Co./ Including
Prices?Evenings, 25. SO and 75c.; Mats, 25 & 50c.
Next Week, seats now, Aristocracy." JeO
' ? s n wz ^ rf n n m/n
IHIijfh School Girls,
Embracing an OLIO of Select Vaudeville.
Grand concert by large section U. S. Mall
rlne Hand every evening, Sundays Included,
yyy Dancing week-day evenings. Admission free.
nnrmn/a fr?ifi\ rmn/7
mm ram.
Management Charles J. Good fellow.
Last week of the famous
Herr Paul Zlerold, Conductor.
and Innumerable amusements to your liking. Concerts
every afternoon and evening-^raln or shine.
Cars every few minutes from Peuna. are. and 12th
street. Je3-tt-20 ,
? 1 j
& ! O P E R A &
new m\mi imi ei
" THE SERENADE" y j" V,r iTrrtrrt
Next week. Sent* now-"TI1K Ml K UiO.**
"Wonderful entertainment without * dull
moment.' Baltimore American. 2:i,(^)0 (xr*
son* th<*r?? saitl the Hame.
Jcg tf " "
nuiriJ?au l.rniip I lilt, I IU l>UU I IM. >T?,
TV>I>AS. ST Ull is.
I ll -I theatre and
R00r garden.
KVKMN'n. 2So to 75<*.
Mat*. Weil., all ho at a 25c; Sut., 2.V ami 50c.
EDWIN IQ UlM#elV. CO?hja
n n=r\rrf\rpr\n ooiwrn
Next Week?Sardou'a Comedy, "PI VOttCONS." *
IB __
MIIS. O. W. <\\KllAltT OF 2<i8 K IIM!HI,ANI?
are., Norfolk. Va. Neatly funiHJi. l r?*?iua, If
day or week; rate* for lodger*, jht nl?bt.
Expoaltloa car* j*asa door. J<*7 8t*
U u uwiN
Can ?ecnre nlcaaant room* it 233 York at.. Norfolk,
V?. Iioune newly furnished. Hot and cold
1'HthM. Rent residential section. Clone to cal
line and boat Her vice to exitonltion grounds. Writ*
and reserve advance accommodation*.
ap24 w.a 20t.14 Mm. O. E. CHRISTOPHER. ,
spend Sunday
? AT?
Steamer Charles Macnlenter leaven at 11 a m.a *
2:30 and <1:30 p.m., lan-llni; at Alexandria, Ve.
J* I -Ol
Enjoy Trip $ Forty-mile
to v Ride Down
River View a The Potomac
stea11er st. johns.
sunday. ji nk ?. 11 a.m. and -! p.m.
1 1 A \! 'HHP Tn fIVVKR VIKW f?\f.y
2:30 p.m. trip, 40-mile ride oil the river, ?top?
ping at River View both ways.
Concert music on steamer an?l grounds.
Lunches and meals <41 Bteauu-r.
Home acnln 8 p.m.
FARE, round trip?Adults
Chlldrcn 1B<*?
Mammoth Boardwalk.
RvtcnHwl Pipr
All Kinds of Amusements.
Haley's Band?Dancing.
Round15atordays, 25c.
T ir*5 m fOtlher Djqivs. Sllc. I
J - V |
See train schedule In railroad column. 1
Special! Week-end Trips!
From River View* wharf, foot 7th at. s.w., Saturday.
June .8, at 0:45 p.m.; Sunday. June 9, at
during June. Home again Sunday, 10:30
p.m. Enjoy a pleasant ride and a snlt-watec
batli. (in boating and fishing. Fare, round trip:
Saturday, lo-day ticket $1.00
Sunday, good day only 00c.
Colonial Ileacli Hotel now own.
Stops made at Alexandria going and returning.
fflffi WATER AT
IffilFlT MILS.
More gorgeous than Niagara. Free music, danrlog
and electrical illumination of Falls.
Take care at 30th and M ats. n.w. Fare, 2bo
round trip. Je4-tf
PI T 1,? ...... VO.J | <?n<tuo ai.J
Olt'UUlt-l lAfUinf' ?vn o*u miu ' ?i'?i
Thursday at 1> o'clock. Cabin John roun?l ?
trip, 60c. For charters apply to <J. \V. MASON,
1074 Jefferson st. n.w. '1'houe West 55 M.
I' Jamestowo Exposition.
Day & N ight Service
to Old Foint Comfort
landing at Exposition Grounds.
NIGHT Steamer, 0:30 p.m. daily.
DAY Steamer. 8 a.m.. June 1, 3. 4. 6. 8,
10, 12 aud thereafter dally at 8 a.m.
iCT'General Ticket Office, Colorado Jddg.,
14tli and G n.\r. Wharf, foot 7th st. a.tr.
| mv23 2Scl |
fr ^
Jamestown Exmiositian.
Leaving 8 a.m. Monday. June to,
via day steamer of Norfolk & Washington
Steamboat Co. All expenses?
transportation, meals on boat, hotel
accommodations, admission t o
grounds. Monday to fijTi Q :ff, ^
Wednesday J
ICFOUR-DAY TRIPS, S tl <7 ([>(01
all expenses, as above..
IC7"Tiekets and full Information at
T. Arthur Smith's Agency. 1"'J7 F St.;
Fred H. Habie, 61.'t Pa. ave.
______ __ J.
Ferry Service to AEexamcinfi
? a nirc
Steamer Lackawanna every ma n nnn r%.
6 a.in. to 0 p.m. daily nd bunday i-'AIlEI, C s*
For Mt. Vernon, Alexandria and
Arlington, Washington, Alexandria
& Mt. Vernon Ry. Sta.,i2th &Pa.av.
11 A.M.. 12 NOON. I. 2 ANT> 3 ! M.
?1 MOUIHT fmmn
Dallyv 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. (Sunda/a except*d).
Fare (found trip eicuralon tlcketa), CO ceata.
AdmUs'oo to grouuda, 23 ccola.
_ aplO-tf.lO _
Wash., Arlington, Falls Church Ry.
"lAti'n ?t v L* n LUt 14b
run A IUjI .x? I ?, rum aur.n, enkiMB ?Cin'ROR,

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