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SPECIAL NOTICES.
F I 'A N. IKUI. THE EXTIt A I'l.NK SIIOKM A K K It
nn.l repairer. 1ms removed t<? 14M3 T st. n.w.
Kea*? liable prices. Work failed for and delivered.
?T?*>? KYIMI'Vnis* XOTICB. TIFK RF.<;IT,AH
annual meeting ?>f the stockholders of th- Merchants'
Transfer and Storage f nijaiij will W
hH.i at tin- company's ? *. l*l!i? ami 1*22 K sr.
ii w . Ht lo f'clnrk a.m.. Tuesday. June 11.
1!*?7. ar whi h time din- -t;?rs will K- elected for
the ensuing year. I'< 1 s will !?o openod frcrn
lo a.m. to 12 u>.
Uesijectfully.
t*t rxitvi- v i.-ax*di ?f n
Amidtaut S?M-retary-Treasurer.
" TIIK STEAM Kit J.VNK M(?s;:LKV
t?.-n l?een entirely r?*fltte?l. hor boiler* rebuilt, anil
will start ?m the neaNnn's initial
trip tomorrow.
SIWHAY. JIVE 0.
(^rrylnff tho
IU FF.U.O ( LI B.
Jvfi 2t IjE\\IS JKFKEHSON. Manager.
l'allantine's Canada Malt ALE is
a delightful beverage and a benefiting
tonic. Good the year 'round.
1 )ozen b<>ttles for $1.
Shoemaker Co., 'r,tn
Jhv ??.tu.th.]0
"Wlo? **
Unprecedented success in roof work.
Ihiring th?* many jenrs of The Imsiness life of
this firm the chain of mirrvMH in roof work has renm.i
?! unbroken A wonl we're Justly proud of.
'I il l !!':: liutferhur, Sjoutlnp, raiutlug and
Kepaimc; expertly done.
(Tr iqsm &-> ^Tlnofln? F>porf*.
VX d <^-i -lPail(^<L>0'iniva juWo9714 !Mh Bt n w
J<-v 1^1 I'Uono \?. 7??.
Admirers off Fitse Fabrics
- hivh-plnm work pvi?? 'hip fln?l "Snyiler"
t;.ilorir.c most satisfactory Sre our new
imjmrt :i?ionK of S111j':i:? r ?iir i.
Lowest prices for THK I'.KST.
E. H. Snyder Go,, Tailors,
1111 I'KNNS Y LY A NIA AVKNIE.
Jt * <;i lu.lh.io
YOU CANHDEPEND
Tm|i upon get tin; SATISFACTORY
-! \V?t|[K nt SATlSlWr'TOKY PRICES
IVlllt ITliT u " XVt" Vl>m prlntinc. Have us
f ,, ' <*stin;:if{* ell fli?* l*?t of Mutter*.
. ' ranis, f f.l?-r? ;< . you dcsirp.
\ iniL- ... - .
rut>.>!*< ior representative.
Ce J>. E.it low a rdi ,714 ii Zltn S??
riUNTKlt. K.V.ltAVKU AND !:U0!\B1.VDKK.
> v,l ,.Sn.14
HgcP'SS* Itookbimlery.
! "?k! ir? ii ' <>f many yrar?>v;>eri?M
r j.t \ >\i? sr;-.ic?* i:-ro. All uoik th>r
ii * ii I * ?? .! ?i<
IiniM ; I I . Ku: rv.rjo-22 llUi.mxtStar
==?'- ?2 ?sex i ypapfoy.
^Perfect Prssswork.
1 Iu\ ?> .IS i lillt tll?? infiL !?'? fulilcr r.r cirmil-ip
nutl x.m 11 iri't first-rlar-s xx.:*.
J'jidld it Dstwsiiiar,
Ti.t- Iiij; 1'rlnt Shop. 420 22 lltli st.
- lOd
Leese Bifocal Glasses
? hi.' irrouiul p<? M-ipufifS*:?l!y rli.it thvre's no ?11vii?i<
. in*? w lii're ti * w.<!ii:v: jiml <!!.?! awt* Ijmijws are
J?'. :r?j llii* f< .ituro liuS won ilu'iti Biijtrt'iiiiiry.
K-1 A\ C M:!-.'ifu'*turl!r; Ot.iK-ian,
r"io (ill : tii ?t. ii.w.
> * ""I
ABSOLUTE SAFETY"
- from moths Ms ?-?*urf?] i your winter
w?*:iraM?*s. ftjrs ami wwLus are [>ut
an ay in
Manahan's Par Paper Haps.
Why ? v ,<v kui'h article* t. ruin v :j?ti
<11. In- jn .???*?; ?! s<? i:. iisi'.t'iy'?
Fn>h 1 ar 1'ajKT .a
E. MO^Rl^ON PAPER CO.
1000 PA AVE. AND 401 -Ctt-07, EI.EVESTII ST.
j??7-I fSn.l I
HI n n 1r (T. *" n nn e<n> m M r vCpi rft ih v
In a .Yew 1 Iome.
?We have nu?\tij from oil'* 10th st. ami arc now
knatetl^ar l.'UT 1 i;'u st. n.w. Our nt'u horuv Is
la rue ami j)t?rf??tly ?quii-;?eil <51a?l to sulimit estimates
for Plumbing or itoof Work at any time.
1317 14th Street Northwest.
JeT-HMl
KNTK.WK EXAMINATIONS I-Oil PRINCETON
IMVKHS1TY will l?e belt] In The I". S. Census
Office, iM and It sis. n.w.. on June 13. 14 and 15,
roniiut'D<-if]? at 1* am. Informatiofl regarding the
h?me iiiav f** obtained from
>r,s.io OUVKIt METZEROTT. 1110 Fj t. n.w.
AIX PERSt >NS~H A VIM! PLEIM i KS t ?N WHICH
* 1* .lu?' u.\K YEAR'S" INTEREST or n ore are
notified to i?ay same or said pledges will lie soM
at Pl'llLlC Al'CTION \Yetlue*day. June 20, 11H)7.
II. K Ft LION. JOHN LHJYLE CARMODY.
Broker, 314 'Jth n.w. Auct.
jer?r?t
THE AVM AL MKBTIN?J OF TI1K STOCK 11 OLDers
of the First Co-oiH*ratiro 1(mtiding Assoolation
will N? b?dd on Tl'KSDAY. June 11, at 7:30
I'.in., at Co-opera lve hldg.. 1.H25 Wisconsin ave.
A. IV JACKSON, President.
J. BARTON MII.LKIt. Srcrrtary. jel-iot
Take Care of the Roof.
?Leaks develop quickly and spread rapidly. We'll
put and keep ihe roof \u perfect condition at a
minimum eh.irge.
C*r*i Fractlcal Tinner, 812 '4th Rt. n.w.
VutDvll ILUII9 Stove Expert, 'l'hone M. 2739.
Greenberg?Timepiece Expert.
? K?'i>niriitc SwNs Watches a specialty.
Cleanin;:. 7.V. Mainspring, 75c. Crystal, 10c.
MAX t.Hl KNbEKG. 023 10th 6t. n.w.
my31-J.eS?i,r?
E. I 1 ELI?.
Eyesight specialist. Examined free at your home.
Prop postal card.
Office. 10th Ht. n.w.
mrl 1 !*?t With Oreenberg.
TUB AXM AL ELECTION OF NIXE (9) TRCSt?*es
of the (ierman American Fire Insurance
CompH?y of the district f Columbia will be held
at the office of the company, 611 7th st. n.w.. on
Thursday. Juue ill), 11mj7. Toll* open from 11
a.m. to 1 p.m. 11. 11. BEROMANN.
mylS-snt&wed lot Secretary.
MlTlt'E TO TAXPAYERS.
In rva*e tl.e Value of Your Property by Haviug
' U.MK.lLiUIW
For Cement lavements. r
Construct Your Walks, Sup*. Coping*, Basement
anil Stable Floors. All Work <iuaranteed.
Uoom 22'2. Colorado Building.
pl5 fli't*H
COLl IIBIi TRANSFER CO . NOW LOCATED At
IK>5 NEW YOUK AVE.
Padded vans .?4 load; 2 I <?r*e uagon. $3 load.
Moving I'ackiug Shipping Storage.
* iribO-tf.J
NEGSi N-EQST NEGS!
fl 00 TO N.V.V)
Wo now showing a nu?st complete line of
Shirts. '.-iifTs uttac icd or detached. fclxt'usive
Iiriir* and excellent values.
TYSSOWSK.I BROS,,
720 15TU ST.
F!i!rt Makers. I>r. Jaeger's Wear.
n?y2M-d^eSu,10
SPIRITUALISM.
Ji I. IX I -J-1 r -li n II li ' U.> 1 .M n Mi.") r \ .VI? H > J> 1
It1 va*? Klttlnir* another \v *ek dally. Information
ji?t 1 ud v <*;i all matie-.-s. 1301 Falrui >nt st.
i k!). . cars. Je8 2t*
>1 us hk\ki i: Ti??ij ?a"mrktin<;s at ii 4Tii
m s e . Snn?!av and Friday evenings at 8 o'clock.
l.v?rybo<Iy tfcta a reading; private advice daily.
Mic Aid RED H TERRY Wild. HOLD a MEET
insr >?tin. \*ninc lecture followed by measures,
at - ?'< I k at 131 (' n i>. All welcome. Iut?-rv|.'\ss
daily. Tin n?' Kast 1"T2 M.
Sl'l KIT! AI. MKKTINO AT 710 #?TII ST V W
Suml:iv. June 9. at 7:.'? ) p.m. Medium, Mrs. II.
M Xohii,
SIRS WHITE noijifl M.\\| r. SfOXDATS, FltlM-.i.iij,
s p.m.; private interviews
jolly. ILUT ! .?: D.W.
CHURCH NOTICES.
l:\ VN?.KI.K'.\I. < ilttIMT1 % > SCIENCE.
>:\ \N?;?-:ur \I. CHRISTIAN SdKNCK WY>TTISII
Kit*- hi: : 1?h?7 *t. t..w. s.? \ !< >. 11 a.in. and
h j. :u S * ??f S'Mnla\ morula^ lfrrure by
r.isiii?r ?njver c s \hin,
'Cu*t V- * V' n the Rltfht Si<le < f the Roat."
S i* t f ? veiling leeture >.y \1R. \VIXFIKL1? S
WfflTM \N. '"The IVarl ?>f (ireat Pri^e." Twlmortal
nitvting WetliHrsnlay, 8 i'.m. S^at? free;
all Invited.
m:\\ riir'itrvv. '
m;\v tin k? ii i?nii and < okohian sts.
II 'a K?*v Fr%nk S-wniJ. I>. I , jwku,r. will
pr? ?. h at 11 m Ui.; Sui.duy school s?rrk?<*a and
wfih award*. ?>tc. Th.- Ha<rvd function
?.f rh11db<*Ml ?n<l o*ir responsibility for it. ' Ail
urn rdlally iuritcd.
OMENTAL I'llIl.O^OPHY.
oh! k nt a l rhh>?<ol'hv a nt? com p a rattve
Jt* ilKt"n, 1443 I>? ttir?? Sunday pronlritf h:ir>.
'Mh11*j? ?V- Httv* I'oirpr;" We.l . h:lft. 'Voujut
att -n ?<f N'? rvou* Energylibrary t>blh>ifc?j)hlial
rk?* Stranger? welcomed.
FHIENDS.
T. SCX IJFTX OF nUENDS, 1811 1 ST. N.W.?
11 a.m.
fni!~M>s lORTIinnoXi. 13TI2 AND HtVINO
b'n M'tHK'l, W:40 a.m.; uieetii.g for
worafclp. 11 a.m.
< II It I V I I 1 X- Cf 'IP \ I'P
Flits I UHl urn OF I'll HIST, RPIENT1ST, WTH
and H n w Service; Sunday. 11 a m. and 8
i. in 8uM#ct: "God tfce I'wiH-n'M of Man."
fninduy ftcbool. 11 a.m.; Wednesday. 8 o m Tublie
?*?.r<Ually Invited. All seat* free. Free read1
Injr r*.m8 In rh* Traders National Bank building,
10th at. and Pa. tve. n.w.
NON-SECTARIA^ *
5"iU T't> PYTHIAN TKMVI.R.
1012 i'th irt n.w. ?Dr. Tbomaa E. Will, secretary
c?f Am*ri<an Forestry Association, will *i*-ak at
11:15 of ,,Tbe New BkaaDciptUon." Seats tr-e.
AU welroiiie.
CHURCH NOTICES.
MKTHOinST EPISCOPAL*
llAMUNK M. K. UHl'KUUr UTII AND P STS
n.w.. Carl G. I>oney. pantor.?i Sunday ??*boo]
meet* nt Hi o'clock aud at 11 rtbsenres Children'*
lay in the auditorium; baptism of Infant*; 7,
Kpworth I>>*Kue; 8. aermon, "Religion of the
J MyRtic.'' All ar? welcome.
j THE W. H. PROCTOR SUNDAY SCHOOL CL\8S
I II ll?? \f L' V. ,...p (ith it n<1 1?
"i miiiiiuiw *u. n. uuuivii, ?v>i. i>iu a?u * ? ?? .
n.w . extends to y?unj; men a cordial invitation
to 1o present Surd.iy mornings at Cari (J.
lK?c?'.vt Ph.D., teacher; live discussions.
I'l M I'.A :;'l < AVI-MK M K ClirWH. ICKV.
<;ei>nre \V. Kinp. Ph.D., pastor.? rhlldren's day:
11 a.m., ha ntis in umi short Hermoii to children;
S p.m.. Children's day excrclsrs by the Sunday
*cho<>l; 7 p.m.. Epworth I^ aiciw.
rofv1 itv >! ~eT<'iii hrji. ifitii and rumen
St*, ii.w . Rev. Robert M. Moore, pastor.?Snnday
s<hool. \r.:'.Q a.m.; prea?hinjr by the pastor.
11 a.m. and h p.m.; l-.'pworth League, 7 p.m.
.>eat? rree. ,\11 weicuiro.
\v.\r<;ii ciinini. :ii> and \~sts. nf.. rev.
<Jpo. K. Maydweil. I). !?.. pastor.?11 a.m..
"Childien's day exercises." a splendid program.
7:Mo p.ni . 'vch? meeting" of the 4th ffeuer&l
conference dlstiict of the Epworth league. Everyb?*iy
[< invited. 9:3<\ Sunday school.
T1UMTY m7 il. CHURCH. COK. f?TII ST. AND
Sew aril Square s.e.- 11 a.m.. Children's day service;
S p.in.. Rev. II. S. France, D. D.; 9:30 a.m.,
Sunday school.
MKTR< )!*(>!. IT A \ MEMORIAL M. B. CHURCH 11
a.m.. Children's day service; .1 p.m.. Chinese
S. school; H:4v> p.m.. Kpworth I^eayue; S p.m..
prcacblog bj the putor, Rev. FVank M. Bristol.
iieKENSREE -M K CHURCH. MASSACHUSETTS
e.ve. h tween 9th and loth sts. n.w.?Pr. aching
at il a.m. and 8 p in. by the pastor. Rev. R. L.
Wriirlit; SundaySchool at 0:20 a.m.; Epwortb
Leasrne at 7 p.m.
V?* OMAN'S FoKKhiX \N1? HOME MISSION A KY
s;??*$eti?s' quarterly mentis:#* ;it Ana?i6tia Methodist
Kjiisropal Chnreh. Wwlnesday. June 12.
K<?rrf?ii. Hi a.m., address. "In Mexico.*' Mrs.
\V. I\ Tidrkield: Home, 1 :.'?0 p.m.. addresses.
Mis?; II 10. Wortliingrtoii. Miss M.iry A. Knaj>n.
VotniT \V(?mavs home missTonaky society.
Washington distriet. annual meeting Monday,
June 10. nt 8 p.m.. a: Wangh Churcb.
K<|w>rt*. Keeital. Miss Knrni"r; Ilosedale Settlement,
Miss \V?nthinMetropolitan Orchestra.
MTT~TK\;xox i i7A1 i: ~M. E. CIiukch SOUTH,
cor. 0th and Iv sts. n.u\, Uev. Wni. French
IjiM-ke. mister. 11 a.m. and H n.m., preaching
t>y tho paster; Sunday schcvl, 9:SU a.m.; EpU'?rth
I>?agu?>. 7 p.m.
~ PRESBTTER1.1X. [
i.\ ARCTIC SEAS. REvT EDGAR <X CAMPImIS
:m.l Mrs. ?'ainy>*n*ll. voluntary missionaries
on l uft.sl Stat*** K<-in<1icr IJvs? rvation. St.
n'l'cc Islan l. iH-rinj: St^a. will il.'Mver an a<l(
dress < ; "Innoit !?-vll Wwrsbip'' and ''Their
H me l.i tbf Arctic Sea,** at Fourth Presbjt-ii.su
riiur?Ii, at S i?.ui. tomorrow,. Sunday,
J lino 9.
I "' KTil PRESBYTERIAN CHT'RCH. 13TH AND
, 1-:1: ?:t siivcis. ,i>.s?M?h T Koilv. naster.
; in.. S.tlilcjth s.-ln.ol: 11 a.m.. <hUdrt'n's
day stTvi'?-<; baptism ?>f infants: 8 p.m., wiilt
s v; !-y Kd/ar ?>. t'ainpb.dl. M.l>.. and
V\i. ? f <I:sinbt'll. St. I/awreine Inland,
upon \v?;rk anxm? the Inn ait <?f Jdas&a.
TIIF. EASTERN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
r?t!t st. and Md. ;;v. . n.e.. Lev. T. ('. East<>n,
1M>.. paster: S.n.day s?-ho?d. a.m.: at 11
a.m. K.Uir <>. ?'.rVj?beII. M. !?.. St. l..i\vr?n *e
jsi.iiid, Alaska, will dtdher an address; chiMren's
d.-v vx v i-rs. j??ju. Xo evenlug services. .
p. \\V I lit pi." I 1 I I tVIl I' vITMI.'vtj
ii.v > S . k. Kdwavil Tarrinjr supr.; C.E.
n: 7 oYi??? k. l*r.?ai i?;n^r at S oY!o k by Kw. Ze<l
il <* ; ; ; t<'pl?\ "A NY v.- Way t-? Heav?>a."#<\>me.
Nf.U \??!?K AVi .M I 1'ii! :>ItVTllK'AX C Il KCll.
N . York avenue. 1! and 13tb streets. Dr. Wallace
Ua?l 1 It'**. 11 a.m.. <*hil?lr mi's <lay.
j::i !a::;t iii f ts p.m.. praise service, by
t! ?- rlmir; M:: {?? I'ihlr srh?n?l: ! :4."> a.m..
a!i;!i 'lasses; p.m.. Christian Knilcavcr So?{.
:>.
THE CHCRCH : THE < OVEN \NT. C< NNECTIcul
avenw, N an?1 18th *?i t?. -Rev. Howapd
A* u\'>\ iiiis is. 1? I. ?.f \>? York, will nfticfnte
T :i. ; \v at II a.i S day s' hrol ait a.m.;
J*' r <?r m?? tliiir* at 7 p.m.; Thursday
i.ijr at 8. iui?l-w?s'k wrvitf.
<7f fON ITVII FT~ PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
14t' aiitl 11 sts. l'n-arhinp at 11 m.iii. by K??v.
L>r. ? li}.-i.s II. Il.atlt. <*!*ntral I?istrUt S.~n*tary
? f I\ rri-n .Ml?*s:??!!?.: at 7:4."? p.m. by pastor.
U?v. J.liii !.?. All's: n. I>.1>.; S.S., 0:3u a.m.;
Y I'. S. K.. ti:-4r? i) in. All welrcune
METROPOLITAN PRi SBTTKRIAX CHURCH.
4l!i ?nd H str :* so itluast. Iter. Albert Evans.
D.D . pastor. -Services tomorrow at 11 a.m. and
h p.m.; Sabbath s? hool. ! :."<? a.m.; Y. 1*. S. C. E.,
7 p.m.; mid-week services Thursday, 8 p.m.
W l > 1 MIXSKTE It CHTRCH MEM<>RLAU 7T11 ST.
m ar K s.w., T. K. I>avls. pastor.?Sunday school,
preaching S'*rvl<-:\ 11; Children's ?i?y <?xerelse*
in the church, with baptism of children, at
J pm.
FIl* ST- Tin: STRANGERS* SABBATH lit I'M IC?n
John Marshal! j?l. het. C and I> n.w.. Donald jC.
.MaeLfEHMi, minister. 11 a.m.. < r.imrcn s day Pcrr!? ?;
7:45 p.m., Divine worship and sermon.
Visitors art- Invlrrd to all wrvlces.
\V EST kit N r RE S B Y T E RIA N, 11 HBvTTfirfl AND.
2:?:h. George Bailey, Ph. D . pastor.?11 a.m.*
Children'* day exercises, with address by the
pastor: S p.m., **< 1iri*tisns in I'nlikely rtaeea;"
S. S.. |i:30 a.m.: 0. E., 7 p.m.
NOHTHMINKTERT"N ST. BET. JiTH AND 10TH
st?. 11.w., Kev. George 1'. Wilson. D.D., pastor.?
X*?rvi?*?-H 11 h m and S ii.inE.. 7 n.in *
midweek service, Thursday. 8 |?.m. All welcome.
ECKINGTON PRESBYT BRI A N CIUKCH. X.CA11!
and Q sts.?Preaching by pastor. l>r. W. Taliaferro
Thompson. 11 a.m.. 7:3u p.m.; S. H.. 1>:45
a.m.: C. E.. B:SO p.m. Seats free. All welcome.
OK NTkTC PRESBYTERIAN 7SOCTHERN Assembly),
for. 3d ami 1 s;s. n.w. Preaching at 11
a.m. anil at 8 p.m. by the pastor, Kev. James 11.
Tayk?r; Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.; Y. P. 8. C.
E.. 7 p.m.; prayer meeting, Thursday, 8 p.m.
i Seats free. All welcome.
CONr.RKiiATIONAL.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH. 10TH AND
G sts. ii.w.. Rev. Samuel! II. Wood row. D. IJ.,
pastor. 11 a.m., public worriiip, with sermon by
pastor, subject. "Heavenly Requirements." Music
by quartet and chorus choir, led by Dr. J. W.
Hiseiutff. organist. 7 p.m.. Christian Endeavor;
u.in., aunuay scnooi. .\o evening preaening
pervlce.
MT PLEASANT CON ^ RICG ATI OX AL CIH.'RCH,
(Vlmnl'la road and 14th. st. n.w.?The pastor,
Iioss Fishburn, will preach at 11 a.nj.
Music tv quartet, Mr. S. Frederick Smith, organist.
1>:30 a.m.. Sunday school; Mr. James E.
West. ?npt. 7:15 p.m.. Christian Endeavor meeting.
No other evening service.
BAPTIST.
i SHIUUl HAl'TIST rin'KCH. L ST. NEAlt 17TH
I n.w.- !?:3o a n... Sunday school and Men's Bible
class; 11 a.m.. the pastor. Dr. J. Milton Waldron
will preach; <5 p.m., Y. I*. S. C. E. meeting; 8
urn.; sermon uy rue pastor. i?r. waiaron win
be installed as pastor on the 1Mb Inst. All welcome
to eaeh service,
FIFTH HAITI ST, K ST. NEAR 7TH S.W., DR.
Weston Bruner. minister.?10, Children's day
servin-*. sjtecial music; 11. ta'.k by pastor on
"The Water of Life." aim. 1 ,<*)0 pre-ent; 8 p.m.,
'F?*?tprii!tH of the <Jreat." No. 1, "The Ancient
Mariner; or. the* First Sea Captain.'* Illustrated
with beautiful *tereoptlcon views. Free admission.
KLPF.lt F. K. LI'NDY. PRIMITIVE BAPTIST,
will preach In hall, fith and G its. n.w. (3d
ti?i?r". Sunday, June 9 at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.
All are welcome.
E. IIKZ 8 W KM KX PLAINS: "ARK WASH I Miton
People Going to Heaven?" Sunday night. 8
oYl?nk. Preaching, 11 a.m.; large rholr; free
pews; l!d Baptist Ch. Auditorium, 4th and Va.
ave. s.e.
CAIA A 11Y RAPTisrF~CHURCH, 8TH AND H
at*, n.w.. Rev. Samuel 11. tlr-ene, I>.D.t pastor.
?1?:."i4? a.m.. Snuday s-hmd, P. H. Bristow, snpt.;
public worship, with Hermans by Rev. T. F.
Chambers. 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.; teachers' Bible
club. Thursday, 7 p.m.; church prayer meeting.
H p.m.; Endeavor meetings, Tuesday. 8 p.m. mid
Sunday. 3:30 and 0:45 p.m. All are cordially in
? IH'U.
FIUST BAPT1KT. 1?TH AND O STS. N.tV.. REV.
C irief 1". Winbigler, pastor 11 a.m.. "Man's
Attitude Towards the Truss;" 8 p.m.. "Ilrlps
Against Temptation;" SS!., 9;30 a.m.; C.E., 7
p.m. Come.
\TEST Tv A si UNGTON. 31ST AND N?PASTOR, C1*.
Stealey; 11. "The Divided Heart;" 8. first In
seriet*. Ruth's Choice;" S.S., 9:30; C.E., 7.
Stranger* welcome.
TK.MPLE BAPTIST CIH'RCII. 10TII AND N STS..
Ilr .1 .1 Mulr. nHKt??r. ? I'rAiiehlnir 11 n m "TTk
s- :itial belief;" 7:45 p.m.. "Notwithstanding;"
S S . i*:"U? a.m.; C.E.. 0:45 p.m.
M .I ROPOLITAN BAPTIST. flTH AND A N.E.,
John Compton Ball, paator.?11 a.m.. Children's
daj" xfiviMj* by the H<*hool, Supt. J. O'C. Roberts
in charge. 8 p m . "The Last Night to -Sodom."
MD AVE BAPTIOT CHURCH, 14TH AND MD.
jive. i? for Sunday. June P: Sundgy
school. a.m.; preaching by the pastor, 11
a.m.; 1. J . b. i. K.. ?>:43 p.m.; < uildrcn s (lay
exercises. H p.m.; midweek prayer meeting.
Thursday, 7.4f> p.m.
IMMANTHL HAPTIST CHURCH. AVE. OF THE
Presidents and Columbia ruad. Rev. G. E. Whitehouse,
minister.? Bible school, 9:30 a.m.; sermons
hy the pastor at 11 a.m. and 7:45 p.m.
Music by Mrs. HeWbard and Miss Walker. Midweek
service, Thursday, 7:4fi p.m. AW invited.
GRACE BAPTIST, 9TH AND SOI HI CAROLINA
ave. %s.e., Rev. F. W. Johnson, pastor.?Children's
day l*>th morning and evening; Sunday
school* 0:30 a.m.; It. Y. P. V.. 6:45 p.m.
LITHKRAK.
! ST. PAIL'S 11TH AND H STS. N.W., JOHN T.
Huddle. pastor.?Children's da}- service, 11 a.m.;
special music and sermon, h p.m.
MEM<iiu vI.. PAST*?It J. (J. BUTI-ER.- 11 AND
h. Children's day. interesting program #t 11; W.
11 Fluokel. supt. KKLIXK MEMORIAL, C. II
lJuiler. pastor.?11 and 8. Welcome, all.
UNITARIAN.
ALL SiH'US1 t HUItrH. IX)It. 14TII AND L S'l*T
riysbes G. B. Pierce, minister.?9:40 a.m..
fuinmj svu.-j nuu v lass ivn IUU cumpura 11 Ye
study of religion; 10 a.m., Unity Study Class:
11 a.m.. morning service, sermon by the mlnlater;
S p.m., Young People's Religious Union.
2t
uni VERS al.ist.
CHURCH OF OI K KATHRK, 1HTH AND L STU
n.w., lt?v. J.'hn Van ishaUk, Jr., pmstor.?11
a.m.. children'# Sunday wnm? by pastor.
chri9tadel.phia9n
WASHINGTON E( V LBS IA MRKTH IN NAVAI
Ixnlge Hall. 33(> i'm. ave. i.e., at 11:30 a.in. All
welcome. Seats freo. "Preaching Nothing sav<
the kingdom of (k*i. Je?us Aifcdntod and Hiii
Crucified.'*?Acta. Tii:12: I fTor li *2
Y. W. C. A.
Y \V. C. A VESPER 8BKVICE. SI'N'KAY. 4:30
p m. SpcHkvr: Slits M K. Pec k. Ruoins op^u to
7 j>.m. S.E. corner 12tli and F ?t?. D.w.
CHURCH NOTICES.
episcopal.
ST. MARGARET'S CHURCH. CONNECTICUT
I j ave. and Bancroft place. Rev. Herbert Scott
i Smith, D.I)., rector.?Services. 7:30 an<i 11 a.m.;
8 p.m. The Rev. George Williamson Smith, D.D.,
will preach in the morn ins.
?1. MA it IV .S. ;u> A.N L) A SO! Til EAST. KEY. UK.
1 | W. 1*. l>eVriea. Her. John H. Dels. Rev. P. M.
I Preacott, <lerpy.?Service#, 7:30. 11 a.m.. 8 p.m.
1 TRINITY CHURCH. 3I> AM) C STS. N.W.. HEV.
HI* hard P. William*, rector.?Services at 7:30
and 11 a.m. ami 8 p.m. The re;-tor will preach.
CHI NCH OF TH-E EPIPHANY. O ST.. REV. DR.
McKlm. rector.?Services. 8 and 11 a m and 8
p.m. All *eats free except at 11 a.m. Strangers
welcome. The rector will preach morning and
evening.
j ST~TEIOMAS-.- ll A.m., HECTOR; 8 P.M., REV.
j Allen Griffith.
; ST. I'ArL\S~( TiT'RCH. 231) ST. NEAR WASIIIXG}
ton Circle. Rev. Alfred Harding. D. D-. and Rev.
1 C. II. llolmead. clergy.?Services, 7:30, 10 and
ji a.m.; choral evensong ut a o dock. special
sermon to the Guild of St. Barnabas for Nurses
by the Uev. C. K. Stetson. All seats free at all
service*.
EPI 11 ANY CHAPEL. 12TI! AND C STS. S.W.,
Kpv. G. Freeland Peter, vicar.?Sunday school,
0:30; morning prayer and sermon, 11; evening
prayer and sermon, 8.
PEOPLE'S OPEN Alii EVENSONG, CATHEDRAL
grounds. Mt. St. Alban. Sunday. June 0. at 4
o'clock. Special preacher. Rev. Cfcas. C. Pierce,
D.D., chaplain IT. S. A. Vested choir led by
detachment of Marine Band. In case of rain
the service will be held in St. Alban's Church.
' Tnkf* TpnlPTtown rnrs
ST. ANDREW'S CHURCH. CORNER 14TH AND
Corcoran sts.; rector, R^v. George Calvert Charter;
assistant rector. Rev. Jesse R. Blcknell.?
Sunday services, 7:30 a.m.: holy communiou; 11
o'clock. morning prayer. Litany and sermon, 8
o'clock, evensong and sermon; Sunday school,
1*:30 a.m.
OTITKH SERVICES.
BECLAH MISSION.-SI NHAY NIGHT ONLY. 643
La. ave. First-class hall. Penitent nearly every
iervh-e. Come ami bring some Host soul. G. J. S.
HPXSICOTT, Evangellat.
DISCOURSE BY C. K. FOWLER, CNDER Al'Spices
of the Watch Tower Bible* and Tract
Society; subject. "The True Richer;" I'ythlan
Temple. 1012 9th st. n.w., third floor. rear hall.
Sunday, Jnue i), 3 o'clock. Seats free. No
collection.
WEEK ENDING JUNE 8, 1907.
President Roosevelt, cabinet members and
other officials had an extended conference
ilt tKe llnilCQ .*<1 niK.ntiy.n
| and prosecution of railroads; the Preside.it
j appointed a special commission to inquire
! into the course of instruction of the midj
shipmen at the Naval Academy at Annapo|
lis. "?he interstate commerce commission
! decided that through rates apply wherever
j through service is given, whether they l e
I "joint" rates or not. John G. Capers of
South Carolina was appointed commissioner
of internal revenue to serve until December
1, to be succeeded then by Pearl Wight
j of Louisiana. The government cotton crop
i report caused a drop in values of twc nty
| points. Gov. Hughes sent a new message
i to the Albany legislature urging reform le#|
isiation. One of the speakers of tiie tuLer!
culosis conference in Atlantic City declared
factory inspection t<y federal and sta;e gcvI
ernments was. neci-ssarv to nut thr? I
I disease. The telegraphers of the Western
| L'nion petitioned Helen Gould, Mrs. Russell
j Sage and other large stockholders for redress
of grievances. The sentence of Gree.j
I and Gaynor, convicted of gross frauds in
connection with Savanrah harbor work,
was upheld by the federal court of appeals.
The striking New York longshoremen
compromised on an increase in pay of
5 cents an hour and agreed to return to
work. The wages of 200,000 cotton mill
workers in north rn New England w;ere
raised. The opening statement of the state
was made in the Haywood trial and several
witnesses were examined. Including
Harry Orchard, who confessed to numerous
crimes. Fines aggregating $"ZSl,tNX> were
imposed on men who pleaded guilty of connection
with the Honduras lottery. The
Pennsylvania republican state convention
declared for Senator Knox for Presfilent.
Among those who died was Gen. Thomas
H. Ruger, United States army, retired, at
, his home In Stamford. Conn.
Foreign.
TV.** Pnoolin J
xuv, Atuofiiai* luuiJIU V.V1U1I1UICC UIIIlUUIIl'l'U
that foreign contributions were no lunger
needed. The duma repealed two more of
the premier's temporary laws for suppressing
revolutionary agitation. A squadron
of the czar's palace guards mutinied at
Tsarskoe Selo. Another reign of terror
was reported from Lodz, Russian Poland.
The British premier announced the withdrawal
of the Irish \>ill, and iidded that an
evicted tenant's restoration measure would
I be introduced: the education and lirpnHinir
question would be taken up at the next
session of parliament. Sir Robert Bond,
speaking in l^ondon, said that Newfoundland
desired no .union with Canada; he was
not without hope that some satisfactory
terms might be reached regarding the
colony's attitude toward the recent modus
Vivendi. The French government, in reKrW?nK*-?
to ivmillar n'oniAr V->? ? "1
w v.iwnui, iiua lancu tin
appeal from the decision giving to the
former Empress Eugenie property in possession
of national museums. Advices from
Paris say that much of the trouble in the
wine districts cf southern France Is due
to overproduction and adulteration by the
growers in this region. Delegates of the
striking French seamen, after conferences
with the minister of marirw- Hnrl iho naval
committee of the chamber of deputies, sent
messages to all ports advising the men to
return to work; the government promised
to consider demands for larger pensions
and to drop prosecutions of deserters.
France tendered her good offices to the
United States as a means of reaching a
perfect entente with Japan. Trials of persons
accused of complicity in the attempt
to kill King Alfonso and Queen Victoria
on the day of their wedding began at
Madrid. Lightning struck a balloon during
the Italian army maneuvers, the gas bag
burst and the aeronaut fell 7<i0 feet, receiving
fatal injuries. Twelve of the nineteen
men condemned to death for the plot
against Cabrera were condemned to be
cacculpu uy me court 01 revision; eleveir i
are Guatemalans and one Is a Spaniard; a
Mexican and two Italians were sentenced
to fifteen years each in prison. Richard
Croker s horse Orby won the ^ritish Derby.
In the District.
The proposition of the Commissioners to
plant several hundred trees along the curbings
on Pennsylvania avenue met fvith the
disapproval of business men. Commissioner
Macfarland received a communication from
Dr. E. M. Gffllaudet. president of the l)paf
' Mute College, urging that what remains
of the original Brentwood estate northeast
be turned into a public park. Justice Anderson
of the District Supreme Court overruled
the demurrer filed by Miss Mary E.
Nalle to the return of the board of education
to the rule to show cause why a writ
of mandamus should not issue to compel
her reinstatement, as a teacher of the public
schools. The thirtieth annual convention
of the National Electric Light Association
was held. Eire attacked the stable of the
Washington Gaslight Company, causing a
damage of $10,001). Capt?AV. H. Matthews
and Lieut. J. E. Mulhall of the District police
force were exonerated of the charges
preferred against them in connection with
the death of Hugh Murphy, the engineer
who met his death beneath an overturned
engine at Oth street and Maryland avenue
southwest. The Employers' Association of
the building trades adopted a resolution
. tnkinir drastic action Anrl r?nn?iricr > I
to be idle. Gen. John A. Kasson of Iowa
received painful injuries by falling from a
street ear. " E. S. Holmes, indicted with two
others for alleged conspiracy in connection
with the "cotton leak," was placed on trial.
Harrie E. Milburn, a carpenter, committed
suicide by shooting. Thomas S. Donaldson
committed suicide by inhaling illuminating
gas. Among those who died was E. Scott
Douglas of the District bar.
Anniversary Reception.
The first anniversary of Rev. A. J. Tyler's
pastorate of Mt. Airy Church, L street between
North Capitol and 1st streets northwest.
was celebrated by a reception given to
the pa?tor by the members of his congregation,
ministers of the city of Washington
and vicinity and his friends. The auditorium
was decorated with red, white and
blue and the rostrum was decked with
< palms, ferns and cut flowers.
The program in part consisted of addresses
by Rev. J. Anderson Taylor of Trinity,
Rev. Porter. Rev. Gunn and Rev. Daniel
Washington; duet, by the Misses Tyler, and
recitation, by Miss Virginia Jackson. Rev.
A. J. Tyler, the pastor, spoke of the progr
ICI>3 Ul LUC tliuiui tXl 1U &U1 IUBIieX.1 UI1C IUIlowi4*
statistics: Receipts for the year,
$3,100.03; expenditures. $3,043. Increase in
membership by baptism, 100; other acces[
slons, 75; total, 175.
Madame Boose and the choir of Miles
i Memorial M. ti Church rendered music for
the occasion. The master of ceremonies
was Emmett Preston.
Following the ceremonies the audience
was Invited to the reception room, where a
banquet was s?rv?d.
-9 -
POLICE PR0BIN6 MYSTERY
r *
STRANGE DISAPPEARANCE OF
EARNEST M. WILLIAMS.
Was Employed Aboard Busreve R. H.
Steuart?No Reason Assigned
for Absence.
Mystery surrounds the disappearance of
Ernest M. Williams, colored, twenty-four
years of age, -who was employed on the
bugeye R. H. Steuart. Williams disappeared
Tuesday nig-ht after he had visited
the house of Benjamin Timbers, also colored,
810 2d street southeast. He went to
tihe house with a colored friend named Albert
GafiSawaV. the nnlif(? iroro and
leSt there In Gassaway's company. He
failed to return to the sloop that night and
his wife became alarmed, and about 6
o'clock Wednesday morning she called upon
tihe police at the fourth precinct station and
asked that they search for him. When the
missing man had not returned .yesterday
the police started a rigid investigation.
The suggestion was made that Williams
mlcht ihfl v*a mof " ' V, ? J 41
o? ..~?v mcw mill iuui una me police
proceeded to make arrests. Gassawaq
was arrested late in the afternoon and Mrs.
Williams was taken ln'to custody last night.
The man was locked up at the fourth precinct
station and the woman was held at
the house of detention. This morning Timbers
was arrested and locked up.
Inspector Boardman heard what Lieut.
Hollinberger had to say about the case this
morning, and he detailed Detectives Baur
and Oornwell to conduct un investigation.
While the detectives and the fourth precinct
police were interviewing the prisoners.
Policemen Lewis and Preston of the harbor
precinct were drugging the river near the
loot of loth street for Williams' body.
Rumor Discredited.
It was stated this morning that Williams
was seen last night near tlys wharf of the
Washington and Norfolk Steamboat Cornpan^,
but the police believe this to be a
case of mistaken identity. The search for
the body wlil not be abandoned until late in
the day, unless the man returns or his body
found.
The circumstances under which Williams
disappeared were deemed suspicious by the
fourth nrecinrf nolice. Hp whs miKs^rl
shortly alter he had provisioned the boat,
and had employed Gassaway to .accompany
him upcn t'.ie trip down the river.
Had he determined to take French leave,
the police think, lie would not have expended
the money. It is stated that he
was drinking Tuesday night while at the
home of Timbers, and that he told Gassaway
he was going to see a girl when he
left him.
The sloop R. H. Stuart is owned by II.
A. Dodge, a former member of the police
force. It was originally built for a pleasure
craft, but ! edge 1ms been using it for the
transport :!ion of wood to the city from
poinis ait'. .re tower roiomac. \\ jmams
anil his wife have been living aboard the
boat.
Williams had provisioned the boat and
paid all outstanding bills and was ready
to start for tl;e lower river Wednesday.
When every tiling upon the boat was in
readiness Tuesday he went out to iind a
man to make the trip with him. Uassaway
was found and accepted an offer to accompany
him. ?
Last Clue to Whereabouts.
After leaving tlie boat, it is stated, both
men went to the home of Timbers and remained
long enougii to indulge in liquid
refreshments, leaving the house about 9:30
o'cloek. That was the last clue the police
obtained of his movements.
Later in the day Mrs. Williams went
to the station and turned over the keys
erf the boat to the police. She said she
reared something had happened to lier
husband and she did not want the responsibility
of caring for the boat. She
said she was unable to account for the
disappearance of her husband. They had
no quarrel or trouble of any kind and she
expressed the fear ttiat he had been foully
dealt with.
Gassaway's Statement.
Gassaway told the detectives that he and
Williams sepurate-d shortly after leaving
? Ua Kaml-a *-?f Timltara (Ullllamo i?nin?r nnrth
IUC IIUUSC U1 lllilMVIO) 11IUU.U ?va k><
through Garfield Park. Timbers state I that
he saw the men go away from his house together.
Mrs. Williams also made a statement
to the detectives, telling them of
when and where she last saw her husband.
It was stated this afternoon that no trace
of the missing man had been found.
NATIONAL BOARD MEETING.
Business of Daughters of American
Revolution Transacted.
The national board of the Daughters of
the American Revolution met this week at
headquarters in this city, Mrs. Donald McLean.
the president general, presiding.
The registrar general, Mrs. Amos G.
Draper, reported favorably on Win applica
Hons, the largest number ever admitted at I
one time.
The report of the treasurer general, Mrs.
Mable G. Swormstedt, showed the finances
of the society in a flourishing condition,
with more than $t!3,CK>> in the permanent
fund with whioh to proceed with Coutinental
Memorial Hall, and the current funds
also with a big balance.
It was decided to defer the dedication of
the memorial D. A. R. building on Jamestown
Island until October, the exact date
to be determined by the president general,
Mrs. McLean, and the chairman of the
Jamestown committee, Mrs. Benjamin Purcell
of Richmond.
A meeting was also held of the Continenfal
Memorial Hall committee which was
largely attended. After consideration and
discussion the committee by unanimous vote
authorized the chairman, Mrs. McLean, to
make the contracts for completing the memorial
south portico with the thirteen columns
given by the thirteen original states,
the north portico and also the east portico.
Mrs. Mcl^ean reported numerous gifts for
the building fund, including $1<)0 in gold
from the Baltimore chapter, which gift entitled
Mrs. Thom, state regent, and Mrs. A.
Leo Knott, to be placed upon the roll of
honor.
Mrs. Gadsby, in behalf of Mrs. Sanders
Johnston, presented the Houdon cast of
Gen. Washington, formerly owned by Miss
Klizabeth Bryant Johnston, as a memorial
to her.
Amoner the national officers present were:
Mrs. Chas. H- Terry, vice president general
from New York; Mrs. Richard J. Barker,
vice president general from Rhode Island;
Mrs. Truman Newberry, vice president general,
Michigan; Mrs. Kllen Spencer Mussey,
vice president general, District of Columbia;
Miss Elizabeth F. Pierce, recording secretary
general; Mrs. John Paul Earnest,
corresponding secretary general; Mrs. Helen
Boynton, librarian general; Mrs. Esther Noble,
chaplain general; Mrs. J. Eakin Gadsby,
historian general, and Mrs. HenryRowron,
assistant historian general.
GOES TO JAMESTOWN.
Mrs. McLean to Prepare for Reception
of Presidential Party.
Mrs. Donald McLean, president-general
of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
having finished presiding over the
board meetings here Is about to start for
the Jamestown exposition as a member of
the New York commission to open the New
York state building and make it ready to
receive President Roosevelt and his party
Monday next. No one not connected with
the receiving party or the presidential
party will be admitted until after the ceremonies
are concluded.
Mrs. McLean is to remain at Jamestown
for several days for the purpose of entertaining:.
She will return north in time to
speak at a large demonstration on Flag
day at the unveiling of a statue in New
Jersey.
It is stated that during the past week
the record for admission to the Daughters
of the American Revolution has been
broken and that nearly one thousand members
have Joined since Mrs. McLean's reelection
several weeks ago.
It matters little what It Is that you want
--whether a situation or a servant?a"want"
ad. in The Star will reach the person
who can fill your need.
WEATHER FORECAST.
Rain Tonight, Tomorrow Partly
Cloudy, Light Winds.
Fo?ecast till 8 r>. m. Sunday?For the Dls
trict of Columbia and Maryland, rain tonight.
Sunday partly cloudy; l.ght variable
winds, becoming northerly.
For Virginia, rain tonight and probably
In southern portion Sunday; light variable
wln^s, becoming northeast to north.
Minimum temperature past twenty-four
hours 57; a year ago, 68.
Weather conditions and general forecast?
An area of high pressure has developed in
the last twenty-four hours north of the lake
region, and Is slowly drifting eastward. The
western disturbance Is filling up and being
pressed southward from Its position Fridaymorning.
It has caused rain, however, from
the middle Mississippi valley eastward to
the middle Atlantic coast. The temperature
Friday in Kansas, Missouri, and thence
southward to the gulf, including the east
gulf states, ranged from 80 to 90 degrees;
in northern districts east of the Dakotas
cold weather continues.
The lake region high will cause fair
weather and continued low temperatures
in tho lower lake region and the northern
portion of the middle Atlantic states to
night and Sunday.
There will be showers and thunder storm;'
In the lower portion of the middle Atlantic
states, and the northern portions of the
south Atlantic and east gulf states with
lower temperatures.
'i'ne winds along tlie-middle Atlantic coast
will be fresh northeasterly; on the south
Atlantic coast fresh southwesterly, and on
the east gulf coast light and variable.
Steamers departing today for Kuropean
ports will have fresh westerly winds and
fair weather to the Grand Banks.
The following heavy precipitation (in
inches) has been reported during the past
iweniy-iour Hours: isasnvnic, l <*>; Liint
nooga, 1.40; Springfield, Aio., 2 40.
Records for Twenty-Four Hours.
The following wore the readings of tho
thermometer and barometer at the weather
bureau for the twenty-four hours beginning
at 2 p.m. yesterday:
Thermometer?June 7?4 p.m.. 72; 8 p.m..
63; 12 midnight, 5fv June 8?1 a.m., 57; 8
a.m., 58; 12 noon, t',0; 2' p.m., 61.
Maximum. 73. at2 p.m.. June 7; minimum,
57. at 4 a.m.. June 8.
Barometer?June 7?-1 p.m.. 20.!>4; 8 p.m..
2TUKJ; 12 midnight. 2it.94. June 8?4 a.m.,
1?UX>; 8 a.m., 2*J.S8; noon, 2J.V0; 2? p.m.,
2 J. 92.
Tide Tables. _
Today?Low tide. 12:22 a.m. and 12:51>
p.m.; high tide, (>:12 a.m. and ?i.4s p.m. Tomorrow?Low
tide, l:OT a.m. ar.d l:lj p.m.;
high tide, (5:55 a.m. and 7:1(2 p.m.
The Sun and Moon.
Today?Sun rose, 4:X> a.m.: sun sets, 7:22
p.m. tomorrow?Sun rises, 4:115 a.m.
Moon rises, 3:r>t! a.m. tomorrow.
The City Lights.
The city lights and naphtha lamps all
lighted by thirty minutes after sunset; ex
unguismng negun one Hour ueiore sunrise.
All arc and incandescent lamps lighted
j teen minutes after sunset and extinguished
forty-five minutes before sunrise.
Condition of the Water.
Temperature and condition of water at
8 a.m.: Great Kails, temperature, (>2; condition,
(jo. Palecarlia reservoir, temperature.
(>5; condition at north connection, o."i;
condition at south connection, 4">. Georgetown
distributing reservoir, temperature, t>4;
condition at influent gatehouse, 40; condition
at effluent gatehouse, 40. Washington
nit v roc/jrvnir tomnoratnro ILi* nrimlitinn
at influent, 20; condition at effluent, 15.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
DENT PLACE NORTHWEST between 30th
and 31st streets?Harry A. Wftrdman to
Mary Walker Marshall, lot 228, square
12X2; $10.
DUNCAN PLACE NORTHEAST between
12th and 13th streets-John McDonough
et ux. to J. Sam Kemp, lot i:W, square
10C8; $10.
ADDITION TO BROOK LAND?Joseph F.
Rar.helder et ftl trustees In Ernest F\
Niemeyer, part of square 4140; 150.
TWELFTH AND R STREETS NORTHEAST?John
J. Frick et ux. to Francis
Leonard, part lot 8, block 13, Trinidad;
110.
RANDLE HIGHLANDS?Harry A. Ingell
to Isabel H. Moulton and Emilie D.
Davis, lots 18 and 19, block 4; $(100.
MERIDIAN HILL?George P. Van Wyck,
Jr., to Cornelius J. and Mary G. Cusack;
part lot 4, blcck 11; $10.
RARRY FARM?Gertrude E. B. Reed et
al. to Harry J. Williams, lot 32, section
4; S10.
WASHINGTON HEIGHTS?Anna Kriksteine
et vir, Isaac, to E:nnia C. Copenhaver,
part lot 47, block 7; $10.
NO. 1337 T STREET NORTHWEST?Emma
C. Ccpenhaver et vir, W. A., to
Anna Kriksteine, lot 1!), square 217; $10.
RHODE ISLAND AVENGE EXTENDED
?Albert L. Teele, trustee, et al. to Conrad
M. and Daisy E. Chaney, part lot 1,
block 4; $1<>.
MT. PLEASANT AND PLEASANT
PLAIN'S?Harry Wanlman to Mary E.
Lynham, lot 133, block 10; $10.
COLUMBIA HEIGHTS?Hattle R. Forrest
et. vir, C. M., to Madison Whipple, lot
22. block 35; ?10.
ELEVENTH STREET SOUTHEAST between
E and G streets?Lena B. Buer
ger et vlr, Charles J., to Johann Lindner
and Roslna Lindner, part lots 1 and 2,
square i)73; $10.
A KG Y LE. COWL AND LORN?Thomas
Blagden et ux. to Arthur W. Maehen,
part original lots 11 and 15; $10.
COLEMAN PARK?Charles L. Frailey et
al., trustees, to William T. Eddingfleld,
lot 31; tlo.
ALLEY between A and B. 11th and 12th
streets northeast?Julian S. Simons et
ux. to George W. Pratt, lot SI, square
!?*8; J10.
DUMBARTON STREET NORTHWEST between
20th and 30th streets?Mary D.
Suter et ?1. tn Anna r '
.... a, iUUlH-l.T, ^ai b
lot 125, square 1241; $10.
M STREET NORTHWEST between 9th and
10th streets?Joseph Phillips et ux. to
Ernest Damniann, part original lots 11,
square HW); $10.
NO. 8.-51 8TH STREET NORTHEAST?Fifth
Congregational Chuich to the Church of
the Pilgrims, lot t>4, square !?11; $10.
ALLEY between G ar.il I, 6th a-nd 7th
streets southeast?Henry A. Linger, jr.,
to Clarence H. Reese, lots 76 and 77 and
part lot 113. sauare K7K! SKI
COLFAX STREET NORTHEAST between
Li and M streets?Julia C. O'Toole et al.
to S. Dana Lincoln, north one-lialf lot
K>, square 712; $10.
C STREET SOUTHWEST between 3.1 and
4% streets?Annie Mulloy et vir, Arthur,
to Andrew J. May, part original lot 14,
square 535; $10.
13TH STREET SOUTHEAST between D
and E streets?Oscar Luckett trustee, to
James J. Campbell, original lot 23,
square 1018; $2,775.
TRINIDAD?Frank D. Foster et ux. to
Julia S Frick, trustee, part lot 8, block
13; $10.^
G STREET SOITHRAST between 3d and
4th streets?Samuel W. Tucker, jr., et
,IV *rv Tncanh Uor^nor nrln-lnnl
7, square 795; $10.
PARK VIEW?Middaugh & Shannon. Inc.,
to Perry B. Crandall, lot (58, square 3044;
$10.
U STREET NORTHWEST between 17th
and 18th streets?Leo Baum et ux. to
Richard F. Elgin, lot 255, square 150;
$10.
MOUNT PLEASANT AND PLEASANT
i-UAiiMB? iiarry vvaraman to Harry L<.
Qolladay, lot 132, block 10; $10.
INGLESIDE?Staslus Meade to Anna M.
Meade, lot 30, block 1; $15,000.
SQUARES 302. 685 AND GEORGETOWN?
John D. McPhersoft, jr., et al. to Resale
E. McPherson, part lots 42 and 43,
square 302; part original lot 3, square
685. and part lot 201 In Beall's addition
to Georgetown; $10.
NO. 1308 RIGGS STREET NORTHWESTFrank
J. Hogan et ux. to Howard L.
Christman, lot 106, square 239; $10.
CALUN STREET NORTHEAST between
6th and 7th streets?William McGrath
to Frank J. Hogan, lots 115 and 110,
square Oiju, Jj-iv.
NO. 2443 M STREET NORTHWEST?Albert
F\ Fox et ill., trustees, to Simon
Oppenheimer, lot 37, square 24; $1,200.
P STRBEET NORTHWEST between 33d
and 34th streets?Lewis F. Collins et ux.
to Frank Lyon, part lot 140, square 1245;
$10.
NO. 811 A STREET NORTHEAST?Henry
Calver et al., trustees, to James F. Linahan,
part original lot 0. square 919; $1.
THIRD STREET SOUTHEAST between A
and B streets?John T. Varnell et ux. to
Ellas E. Barnes, part lot 9, square 788;
$10.
IMPROVED ORDER HEPTASOPHS.
Session of Supreme Conclave to Be
Held in Atlantic City.
The Improved Order Heptasophs, whose
hgme ofHee is located at Baltimore. Md..
having a membership of 75,000, consisting of
over 800 subordinate conclaves throughout
the country, will hold Its biennial session of
the Supreme Conclave, which Is the legislative
body of the order, at Atlantic City, N.
J., from June 11 to 14. Inclusive.
District No. 10. wiiich Includes Annapolis.
Md.; Laurel. Md.. and Alexandria, Va.. as
well as the District of Columbia, will send
the following representatives to this session
of the Supreme Conclave: A. J. Dixon.
Capitol Conclave; W. H. Hodges, Columbia
Conclave; J. D. Biddts. Potomac Conclave;
Geo. \V. Cox, 9r? National Conclave; N. K.
Webster, Howard Perry Conclave, and H.
J. Plrle, Inter Ocean Conclave ail of Washington,
D. C.: O. M. Link. Prince George
Conclave, Brentwood. r>. C.; M. .1. TiRhe,
Ivy Conclave. Laurel, Md.; Mr. Clark. De
Kalb Conclave. Annapolis. Md.. and M. J.
Gerson of Alexandria Conclave. Alexandria,
Va.
The representatives of District No. 1(1 will
leave Washington, accompanied by District
Deputy Supreme Arciion M. H. Perry, on
the 11 o'clock train over the Pennsylvania
I railroad tomorrow and will join the representatives
fron? the various conclives of
Baltimore (about fifty strong) at Baltimore:
also 3<*> of the uniform rank will accom- |
pany them, leaving: the Monumental city
for Atlantic City In two special trains ovir
the Pennsylvania railroad at 12:45 ni. the
same day.
It Is predicted that this will he the largest
supreme session ever held by the order
In its existence of twenty-nine years, and
there will be mueh accomplished for the
Rood of the order and for humanity at
large.
The supreme officers for the next two
years will be elected at this meeting.
ARMY AND NAVY.
Naval Orders.
Commander C. MoR. Wlnslow. from command
Charleston and wait orders.
- - - - !
Commander F. K. Beatty, to command
Charleston.
Commander IT. T. Mayo, from duty as Inspector
in charge of the twelfth lighthouse
district, San Francisco, Cal., to command
Albany.
I.ieut. Commander R. F. I.oprz. from attendance
on the course of Instruction at the
naval war college. Newport. K. I., to duty j
as inspector in charge of tiie twelfth Ugiit- j
iiiiusc m>irict. ?an j'ranciseo, <"al.
Lieut. Commander H. A. Pearson and j
Lieut. R. P. Craft have been commissioned, i
Lieut. J. L. Hileman, to command United
States fisheries steamer Fish Hawk.
Lieut. J. W. Schoenfeld, from Chicago
and wait orders.
Lieut. L. S. Cox. Jr., to Hancock, navy*
yard. New York. N. T.
Ensign T. L. Ozburn, from Milwaukee and
wait orders.
Assistant Surgeon R. B. Chapman, from
navy recruiting station, Oklahoma City,
Okla.. to home.
Assistant Surgeon R. Hayden. from T'nited
States naval medical school hospital, Washington,
D. C., to the naval hospital, Annapolis,
Md.
Assistant Surgeon R. T. T.ongabnugh, from
naval hospital. Annapolis. Md., to the naval
hospital. Mare Island. Cal.
Assistant Surgeon H. YV. Smith, to duty
at the T'nited States naval medical school
hospital. Washington. D. C.
Paymaster H. de F. Mel has been commissioned.
Boatswain P. R. Radcliffe, to the navy
yard. Mare Island, Cal.
Boatswain W. E. O'Connell. from Chicago
to the naval training station, San Fran
cisco, uai.
Boatswain J. Glass, from Chicago and
wait orders.
Boatswain D. White, from naval training
^station, Newport. R. I., to Missouri.
Boatswain M. Higgins, from Missouri and
wait orders.
Gunner H. A. Nevins, from Georgia and
wait orders.
Carpenter B. W. Wilson and Warrant Machinist
T. J. Hayes have been warranted.
Mate C. Ray. appointment ns a mate In |
the t'nlted States navy revoked.
i miusmpman ri. ueiane. when discharged
treatment naval hospital, Yokohama, Japan,
to Pennsylvania.
Midshipman W. E. Hall, when discharged
treatment naval hospital, Yokohama, Japan,
to Chattanooga. ,
Army Orders.
Leave of absence for three months is
granted Cdl. George S. Anderson, general
staff.
First Lieut. Oscar S. I.usk, 12th Cavalry,
wilT tn TTnrt TJoi-o? ?! xr %* ????'
?V/ i VI I uajuiu, 1T1., ? til CI HI I
hospital, for observation and treatment.
Leave of absence for three months is
granted Major Wendell L. Simpson, 18th
Infantry.
Leave of absence for two months is granted
Major John T. French, jr., quartermaster.
Sergt. Major Frederick Koch, loth Cavalry,
and Quartermaster Sergt. Andrew
White, 7th Cavalry, have been retired on
their own applications.
Caut. Henry R. Richmond rrfAnttv
moted, has been assigned to the 10th Cavalry.
and First Lieut. Clarence I-ininger,
recently promoted, to the 1st Cavalry.
Capt. E. G. Peyton, ISth Infantry, and
Second Lieut. Iycvl G. Brown, 12th Cavalry,
have been detailed to attend the encampment
of the Mississippi National Guard to
be held at Columbus August 6 to 15.
Dental Surgeon Edwin T. Tlgnor at Tacoma.
Wash., has been assigned to duty at
Kort Leavenworth, Kan., relieving Dental
Surgeon Raymond E. Ingalls. On the return
of Dental Surgeon John D. Miiiiken
iu i iiii i j" isi, omgiuii I ikiiui will IHHC station
at Fort Adams. R. ;., relieving Dental
Surgeon P. H. Wolveri, who ts ordered to
the Philippines. Dental Surgeon Ingalls is
also ordered to the Philippines.
Contract Surgeon Oswald F. Hennlng is
relieved from temporary duty at Port Barrancas.
Fla., and will return to his proper
station. Fort Sheridan. 111.
By direction of the Prtsldent, First Lieut.
Clyde B. Crusan, 4th Infantry, is detailed
as professor of military science and tactics
at the Oklahoma 1'nlversity Preparatory
School, Tonkawa. Okla.
Sons of Jonadab.
Hope Council, No. 1, Independent Order
Sons of Jonadabs, met In Pythian Temple
Thursday evening. Routine business was
transacted, followed by presentation and
adoption of special reports, incjuding arrangements
for an open session Thursday
evening, the 13th instant and a meeting to
be held Sunday evening, the Kith Instant. In
Bradbur Memorial M. E. Churchy under
the auspices 01 i nuea anu nope ( ouncils
jointly, with a view to organizing a council
of the order in the southeast section.
The degrees of the Independent order were
conferred upon Frank Tennyson. Good-ofthe-ord-er
exercises followed, under direction
of Mr. Creamer. Brief talks were
given. Mr. Spellman sang and Prof. Garland
was accompanist. Others contributing
to the program were Grand Chief
John C. Daly and Messrs. McCracken,
Farr, Russell, Creamer. T. J. Clarke, John
McEwen. A. J. Woodruff, B. J. Brioridv.
A. M. Williams. Tennyson. Charles in.
Boyd. James and David Dee, Charles Somerset
anil M. C. Owen.
jsm IT IN j
Ms
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Mollient j
V DELIGHTFUL
Refreshine as a
Invaluable for
Splendid Cleansing Pr
Removes Stains and Gr<
pgSpffi Allays the Irritation Cai
Unexcelled for Cleans
Restores the Co
Cleans Plate and Jewelry.
^j|j So Vivifying after Mote
At Grocers and Druggist
. SCRUBB Jt CO., LTD., 183 Grt
fetw,s,m,n
'prostrated oy the shock i
WIFE OF a. O. ELTERICH INFORM- I
ED OF TRAGIC DEATH. |
Goes With Sister to New York to Arrange
for Return of Body
From London.
Mp.. G. Ottn Elterlch. wife of tlio promt- I
nent promoter and civil engineer of New
York, ?ho cai drowned In 11. Thames at
Ixindon Thursday, received news of her
husband's death In this city yesterday.
She was prostrated by th>? shook Mrs.
Eiterioh was staying with her sister. Mis*
Edgar, at Chevy Chase, and I tli of them
left last night for New York to arrange
for bringing the body of Mr. I'.'.'erieh from
I>ondon.
Before their departure M s Edgar explained
that Mrs. Elterich c.-i.ne to Washington
several weeks ago lilt 'iiding to reir.a.n
in this city until her .ia.slmnd had
completed an Important b.i "ss transaction
which took hiiu to England In a N< w
\ .11-15 Honr. 1 '
J ' 111 ? liy
ami an intimate friend of Klterleh 'a
<(ui>ti ! ill stating lie reeeiv.c ;i li tter froin
Mr. Klterleh only a few day>~ ago in which
the latter said the busim :'s which required
his presence in Londt i. was practically
completed and he cx.eoted to return
to this country In a wieK or two.
l'lior to her marriage Mrs. Klterleh w?ui
Miss Isabel Irene Wall, and she wan
prominently known In social and diplomatic
elrcles of the national capital. TtM
Kltecichs had a summer home at Kreeport,
I.. I.
Details of Drowning.
i no details or the drowning, as it-luted In
a cablegram from London, wtie as follows:
,
Two Americans, G. Otto Kltcrlch. who
resided at Kreeport, L. 1., and whose jilaoo
of business was at -ili Broadway, New York,
and Mrs. Kni.lv Man Mi i.? in of New
York were drowned In the I'lrius neap
t'liveden, Thursday aftern?><n, while t>oatln?.
Their bodies, wtien r<e.iver<-d, wet*
taken t ? an Inn. and re;r.a:..<l tlieto u 11 i?
dc milled over night, as was tluted in The
Star yesterday.
Go Down in. Deep Water.
It is saiil that Mr. Elt< ricli and Mrs. Mo
Lean took a train for Mnidciilu-ad yesterday
afternoon and engaged a bo.it for a row
on ti c Thames. A boatrr.nn overheard Mr.
Elterich call Ids companion "Molly," and it
was noticed that the former was not a
skilled oarsman. He ran li s boat utjtunst
the roots of a tree and shouted to his companion:
"Jump! The l>oat is filling with water."
They both sprang into tin- river and sank
in ten feet of water. The body of Mrs. McLean
was soon recovered, but that of Mr.
KiteriWi was swept awa; and was not
found until late in the afitmoon.
Am.ing (lis effects at tin* Imperial Hotel
wrie papers marked "Deliver to Henry
Ciuinard in the event of dealh."
Mrs. t):nlly McLean was the widow of
Arthur A. McLean, a lr.a.i er ,nian. who
lived in Denver and Chicago. Mrs. McLean
was by birth a Canadian, and prior to her
marriage lived In Toronto. Mrs. McLean
is described by those who know her as being
a Irmdsomo woman, about thirty-five
years old.
Arthur McLean left her a handsome fortune
at his death of tuberculosis here tw?k
years ago. Three months ago Mrs. Mo
Lean left here for a tour of the Mediterranean,
and to take in Cairo. Then she went
to Monte Carlo, Paris and London, intending
to go from the latter place to Ostend
for a three months' Sojourn.
THE COURT RECORD.
District Supreme Court.
EQl'lTY COURT NO. 2?Justice bould.
De To agt. lie Yo; submitted without
argument; complainant's solicitor. J. B.
Green; defendant's soMcRor, J. B. Archer.
Smith agt. Smith; commission ordered to
Issue; complainant's solicitors, McNeill A
McNeill; defendant's solicitor. Fountain
Peyton.
Stewart agt. Stewart: decree construing
will; complainant's solicitors, Ralston tk
Siddons and H. T. Wlntieid; defendant'*
solicitors, !>. H. David and Fulton Li'Wia.
CRIMINAL COURT NO. 2-Justlce Barnard.
United States agt. Harry F. Jerome,
grand larceny; defendant arraigned; plea,
not guilty; attorney, J. B. McLaughlin.
United States agt. John H. Johnson, depredation
on private property; plea, not
guilty; attorney, Thos. C. Taylor.
L'nlted States agt. William Giddlng", violating
section W}7. code; plea, not guilty; attorney,
Thos. C. Taylor.
United States agt. James Chase, ;ohbery;
plea, not guilty; attorney. Fountain Peyton.
United States agt. Haywood Smith, larceny
from the United States; plea, not
guilty; attorney, j. >icuui.
United States agt. Elmer Ward, larceny
from the United States; plea, guilty; defendant
remanded; attorney, P. W. Krisbjr.
CIRCUIT COl'RT NO. l-Ju.-tice Wright.
Walker agt. Warner; bill of exceptions
signed and lilcd; plaintiff's attorneys. Tucker
& Kunyon; defendant's attorneys. Gittings
At Chamberlln.
Jackson agt. Uurgdorf; continued for th?
term; plaintiff's attorneys, Wolf Ai Roseni?rp
ilefendant's attorney. J. J. Darling
tun.
CIRCUIT Cpt'RT NO. ^-Justice Anderson.
. Catholic University agt. Waggaman; motion
for new trial overruled and judgment
on verdict for defendant at plaintiff's costs;
plaintiff's attorne>8, Hamilton, Colbert,
Yerkes & Hamilton; defendant's attorneys,
Arthur Peter, VV. F. Mattingly and J. J.
Darlington.
Piatt agt. Washington Times Company;
motion for judgment withdrawn, and ten
days to plead; plaintiff's attorney, H. Winship
Wheatley; defendant's attorney, Wll
ton J. Lambert.
Boss agt. Notes and Ross agt. Stearns;
motions to dismiss withdrawn; plaintiff s
attorneys, Bradley & Bradley and F. W.
Me Reynolds; defendant's attorney, B. P.
Leighton.
Loeffler agt. Harten; time to file transcript
extended to July 15; plaintiff's attorney,
Leon Tobrlner; defendant's attorney,
L. A. Bailey.
Poling agt. Capital Traction Company;
motion lor new trial argu.-u ana sunmmeu;
plaintiff's attorneys, H. H. Glassie and C.
H. S>me: defendant's attorneys, R. Ross
Perry & Son.
PRORATE COl'ltl?Janice Gould.
Kstate of Caroline J. Kerr; will dated
April 7, 1906, Hied.
Kstate of Kllz:?l>etli D. MrXelr; petition
for letters of administration lil?d; attorney,
O. W. O'Donoghue.
Estate or Andrew Uleeson: rule to show
cause; attorney, Edmund Burke.
Estate of Addle R? Micklt ; will dated
June 1T7. 1!08. filed.
The Evening; Star is the official
orjean of the 5upreine Court of the
District of Columbia in bankruptcy
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