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SPECIAL NOTICES
< 11? r to ta xr \ ykks.
lite V a I tit' of Your Property l?v Having
CnLIM ItN HKOS . ('ONTItACTOItS
H For (Ymrut ruT?'iu?'iits.
oustrin t Your W.Ik*. St pa. < oping*. Itnacment
H him! StaM?> Flimrs. .Ml Vork (iuurantcd.
H Ki??m 'J'J'J, Colorado Ituililinz.
J. 20.ff.?
I? TIIE INTKIiF.ST OF I>!t. ALMA <*. ARNOLD
would l!k?- to stair that my little niece. K?t il?'i
n HIukIi of 1?m!> I'd *t. 11.4v. wan suffering
from p;lnal trouble. She nun treated hy tuunc
of tlii phvHlolMiis of Washington for 5 jenrs
with t??? relief. Sh? cried n'irhtu with tmln f*?r
L' yearn and could not get anything to help her.
1 ?r Arnold has hecn treating her S month*, and
lier *: In* 1h bo xtren^thened that ?he never
1oh?h r.-?t and in gutnlng In weight. And no
mediclm* ?. ?? ever given. To bar her from i?ra"t
Icing would mean untold suffering for many.
This* can be attested to by hundreds of my
frlvmlR.
M McDOXNKLL.
lampEes of the Work
-we're turning out for others will
t once convince you of
the superior merits ??f HOWARD PRINTINn.
Our rfprMH-ntallve will call at any time you
desire. "how you np<s-ln? u work, submit tlgun-H,
etc. Call up Main 4,*?07.
3eo.i6.itiow?rd,7S4 I!2thSt.
I'UIVTPIL KNUHAVEB AND BOOKBINDKB.
Jyaud.Sii.14
tyle? Klegance? Finest Fabrics
nd First-class Workmanship
? sre the characteristic features of all
c)nThe? made a? thla establishment. Prices
reasonable. See our Imported Summer Knifings.
21. Snyder <& Co., Taslors,
Fill I IP.^nSlLVAtMA AVtMK.
Vmi.tn. th. 10
"SlrtK Hooting."
>rouph Knowledge of
Branches of Roof Work.
?Th?* K*i?ert?" are as capable In
?i?ti^r Thinhic. <?utterlnjc ami SiKnitinx hh in
ltoof IUi.alrliikr him) 1'ninMiu They are lead
^ ern In every branch of rt*?f work.
j rafton&Sonvl rac.,^.'.'"
j}2l"'-um Thone M. TtM>.
J:g, Modern Bookbimdery.
You're nwured first-cla** work when you have
hook M mil nir done at IlodjreV ll??ok bindery.
Ii BIO BOOKB1NDERY, 120-22 1 lth.ncxtStar
Jy2U U?1
'"njjravinj* that's high-class.
The excellent way In v\hlch we do KtiKravIiik
will win your approval. Correct, artlatic
work quickly done.
Jcdd & Detweifler, ^
The IfI?r rrint Shop. 420-22 11th n.w.
fr2*MQd
^ Hea!th=hclpinig Beverage
Ballantine'n Canada Malt Ale?a light,
creamy refreshing leverage?rich in tl
ionic properties. Iiozen Imttles for....
Shoocmiker Co.,
jj2lVFa.ta.th. 10
kr Prices for
BLANK BOOKS
- nn?l nil other oFKM'K SI l'l'LIKS are conreiledly
TIIK LOWEST, The trade a.lvantmt-ii
which we enjoy as wholesalers and retailer*
account for this fact. Complete
nt<*k? prompt attention.
3.. MORRISON PAPER CO.
1000 PA AVE. AND 401 -03-03 ELEVENTH ST.
JyllK4l.fSu.14
A Little Money Spent tiie Roof
-at the rljrht time will save much expense anil inlonvenicncc
la the future. Consult us about the
oof work.
IL Practical Tinner. 812 14th St. n.w.
IwUlltstove Expert, 'l'hone M. 2731).
Jy ID-rtd
3as Water Heater.
Every modern home should he equipped
u 1th a C.as Water Heater. Through its use
hot water can !* had at any time. Consult us.
K latchimsoini ?& McCarthy,
1317 14TI1 ST. N.W. Formerly 020 10th st.
jylw-Rnl ___
iOUCE TO STOCKHOLDERS:
The sixth th regular quarterly dividend of one
anil one-half per cent baa been declared on the
capital stock of the Washington Loan and Trust
Company, payable August 1, UH?7, when checks
for rod) dividend will be moiled to all stockholders
of registered address. The t?ooka for the
transfer of ft.-, k will be closed from July 28 t<?
Aofnt Sa u*i?7. both dates inclusive. Stockholder*
who have changed their addresses since
dat?* of luril dividend will plenm* notify the commu\
BARRY G. .MKKM. Treasurer.
Jyl.y>M.2*-3t
WASHINGTON. IV C.. Jl LY IS, 11*07.?THIS IS
to five m?tlce that the undersigned' bus been
mad** assignee of Wm. J. Ze'.i Company, Incorporated.
and has qualified as such by giving
bond. All i*-rsons indebted to the company will
promptly pay. and all to whom the company Is
fnd?'bt?-d will send In their accounts.
jylS.tt CAUL J F GRAFF. 1217 G at. n.w.
rr-i f ? a v- x- nrncAU n- ? ?n i n? Trt r* nrv r f t
? iui. .v.>i i ? nw inr. LUbi.i Ion
kiwwn man riding a bicycle ami an automobile
on Pennsylvania ave. between 8th ami
l>th *ta. Friday evening, July 12. about 9 o'clock,
kiudly cfHiimunlcate with by hon s. adams,
r.i2 nth ??t. n w.. or ?;kor<;e i\ hoover, attornev.
<'oiiinitrt la 1 Natloual Bank bldg.'/
Jyl7 30t
I1EISKELL AMi Mcl.ERAN "
HAVE HK.MOVEI) THEIR
HEAL ESTATE OFFICE TO
JylB-lOt NO. 14U3 11 ST. X \V.
l ive Special Piano Bargains:
Stein win . $ir*>; Kranlch A: Bach, $250; StlofT,
Flacher. $175, aud Una he, $.'150. Some
art- almost new.
O J IteMULL 6l CO.. 1231 G Street n.w.
JvKVr.tr.
NOTICE is HEREBY C.IVKN THAT ON AND
after Monday, July 22, 1907. the ttelmv-named
wholesale fruit and produce houH^a will cease
th?? salt- of all fruits and produce promptly at 3
o'vU-k p.m.
Win. (? Mire\?- & Sons. John II. Klein & Co.
Robert T< Anderson Ernest M. Merrick.
EL j Adana & Co L Daolels & Co.
Heltmuller & Hetder. W. s. Anderson Co.
Wn W Lelsfcear & Son. W. H. Harrison.
JI K Wttaos. C. K. KlcMa.
Jno. At Dari* & Son. jjl5-7t
"special
THIS WEEK.
One apeclal lot of Eitrn Fine Writing Payer;
regularly 20c and 25c pound. I5ond and
cloth finish. uuruled. In hlue ouly. #=? ~
Our leader, i*>und " ^
r. P. Andrews Paper Co.,
INCORPORATED.
The House With the Yellow Front.
Louisiana Avenue Near
tr.e Lor. of 7tih & Fa. Ave.
Wo clove on Saturday* at 1 o'clock. Other days
t 5 . Jj 15 '! su,25
n?U^lMER~ TOGGERY
FOR MEN.
Our auimner nule la now on. and you'll find specie)
Inruains all over The Rtore.
TYSS0WSK1 BROS.,
7LHJ 1.VT11 ST. N W
5P.!rt Makers. Agcuiy Dr. Jaeger's Uuderwear.
CHeararace SaEe.
'& L?r celt ! !>? 'OINT < :: ::il SCMMKIl suitings.
Suit?* f'-r $!M 7.V
Ci W A 1(1'I KI.I > SIMPSON.
1200 F n w.
COM MBIA nt.VNSFKR On v \v LOCATED AT
: NKW yukk AVI:.
?1 1 .1. 2 l.on??- wa;:nn. load.
M?\lng - r.'K'kliit; - Shl;>i?ing??*torage.
' I .
(ir< ? : ! .t : - -Timepiecc Hxpert.
- H Swl?-s U it. !.? > a bjHM-lalty.
7.V M;iu:^,rlii<. Tr-'- Crystal, 10c.
. I | ft B.1
iin'i! l..SM.r?
CHURCH NOTICES.
CHRiSTIAD H1K.X E.
FIuST ' U .1 |>I illllST. m II MbT. l.-.TII
: II r. \. Srrv! ? SmiuIkv. *1 u.tii. and
- : - r i ; . > ...> v ' i. 1 J a in ;
?v.... i . s r -? r b'.i.- ? i 1 ii?: 1 y iuvit?*<i. ah
s.?:. f: . V.\>- r ri r uis in tb?* Tradvrs'
Nntl-; a! Jar.W H 'Ail. g. l ?th and I'a
RV#? V V.
ORinrvi al ruiLot?ormri
< !.:> Vi \I ! i i! 1 ii ? ?Tm> n \\ ri VK
I ' 1 i. . : t 'i.? ' * ? . . ui ' ? i u. ?. ~ i .
N. tar.- : n.l 11!;:.I I s ^ of TWirl.t " Work
t nu?J A fur Su <!ujr till Auxurt -r?. 1.1
Irit rj".
FRIR7S D5.
Tf11: sot ii: ?i ? r n:i?;\L?s nil \ m\ n
.
1 .11 \ ? ?;! I!?H>OX' 1 111 AM) III. i n I;
SuIk?uiL ? Ij.w 1'.4j a.2'.. uuvti!i? fo:
KM.? .... ) 1 0.1X1.
'i iiiusi deTphia\.
i:? . . . r.; i H i.5 n C()N K*~:SFn . m v\
h *!? r?. rl * - M' yrraent ar?l
t . . 11? i , v as ii??tort rally. i? i? ? t i -:::! \ ?:
ffc ...***> ?*T*al v? I **s* 1*
s.f . Jl i.ot. i^ul l'c Iuvlled
CHURCH NOTICES.
METHODIST EPISCOPAL.
KOI M'HY M ~K. < lirUi'iI. l?TH AM) CHURCH
sta. n.w.. Kev. lt??bt. M. Moore, I).I)., pastor.?
Sunday school, U:3o a.m.; prcachlng by pastor,
11 h.in. and at vesper service, h p.m.; Kpworth
. 7 p.m. Seats tree. All welcome.
DDI BARTON AVE M K. CHURCH, RRV. GEO.
\V. Ktnjr. pastor.?11 a.m.. "Unanswered .
I'ray?*rs;" S p.m.. "Kinship in Heaven."
MKTKOPOLITAN MKMOKIAL M. E. CHUROIf.
liev. Frank M. Bristol, pastor.? Preaching at 11
a m. bj Rev. Kdwin l>. Bailey; Sunday school.
11:30 a.m.; evening service. 7:30. conducted by
the Epworth League. All lnrlted.
WAUGH CHURCH! 8D AND A N.B., RBV.
CJeo. K. Maydwell. I>. !>.. pastor. ?11 a.m.,
1 preaching by Her. F. A. Klllmon of Baltimore;G:30
p.m.. twilight service, address by Kev. F.
A. Klllmon; 0:30 a.m., Suuday school.
TRINITY M. K. CHI KCH, i;OR. 5TH .ST. AND
S**ward stpiarr s.e. 11 a.m., Hev. <*. W. <ia!lncher.
L>.1>.: 6:45 p.m.. Uev. J. B. Mclaughlin;
0:3O h.lit.. Sunday school.
11A MLINK M. E. ClIfKCII. OTH ~AND I' STS.
d.w.. Carl G. lK>ncy. pastor. 0:30. Sunday
*ch<?rl; 11. sermon. "Llgbtnlnjr* and Vultures;|fc
7. Epworth League; b, wrmon, "Zaecbat'U8."
All welcome.
THK~\\. II. ntOCTOft 81'NDAY~S''HimH, ( i.ASS
of llamllnc M. E. Church, cor. 0th and I* st*.
ii.w.. extend* to young wen a cordial invitation
to l?e present Sunday mornings at 0:30; Carl <J.
I?oney, Ph.D.. teacher: live discussion*.
MrKKM KIKE M.T~I^ITlTl~M~\SSA CHI SKTTS
ave. between'0th and 10th sts. n.w. 11 a.m . ,
pr? -aching by Kev. J. R. Sum wait; 7 p.m.. twilight
service, good music, ahort address by the
|?HHtor. Rev. R. L. Wright; Sunday school at f
f*:?? a.m.
WESIjEY CHAPEL M. E. CHI RCH. <COR. GTII
and F HtK. 11.w.. Walter <J. McNeil. pastor.?Sunilii}'
school, a.m.: preaching liy the pastor.
11 a.m.; joint Hervlce church and Fpworth
l^ajrin-, 7:30 p.m.; prayer service Thursday, 8
P-P'.
MT. VKHXO.N PLACE M. K. CIICRCII SOI'TII.
cor. j?th arwl K sts. n.w.. Rev. Win. French
I^ockc. i>a<tor. ?11 a.m. ami H p.m.. preaching
l?y the pantor; Sunday sch<K>l, (?:30 a.m.; Epworth
League, 7 p.m.
MKTIIOniST PROTEST A NT!
NOUT 11 CAROLINA AVB. METHODIST PROtestant
Church. 8th ami N. C. *ve. s.e.. It?*v.
Kicliurd I?. Shipley. pastor. -Sermons l?y pastor
11 a.m., H p.m.; evening service on lawn If
weather permits.
PRESBYTERIAN. ^
ECKINGTON PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, COR.
N. Cap. and y sts.?Preaching 11 a.m.; S. S.,
a.m.; C. E., 0:-!5 p.m.
tTTe ciniu l n >f~th kTiivkn a NT, CON NECtlcut
ave.. N and 1Mb sts.?Rev. James M.
Henry will officiate tomorrow at 11 a.m.; Christian
Endeavor meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday
evening at midweek service.
NORTH MIN WTERTN BET. OTH AND 10TH 8T?.
n.w., Rev. George P. Wilson. I?.I>.. pastor.?Sunday
school, !):;<( ; sermon. 11 a.m.; C. E.. 7
p.m. Midweek service, Thursday, 8 p.m. All
yvelcoute.
Kol'KTll I'HKS Cliriti'II. l.'iTH AND TAI-K
n.w.. Kev. Jos. T. Kelly. D.D.. pastor.?Preaeiiiii|?
at 11 a.m. by Kev. Sam'l \V. Stifle of Avon,
N. Y.; morning subject. "A Dynamic of Christian
Serv!< ;" Sunday school, tl:I50 a.m.; evening
service, 7 :'<U.
FIKSTT TiIK~STUANGKItS' SABHATII IIOMF.
John Marshall plaee bet. r and 1) n.w.. Donald
<*. MacLeod, minister.--11 a.m.. "Tin* Origin,
Motive and Steward of Personal Itellglon:" S. S.,
!):.'{?? a.m.; 1\ E., p.m. All are welcome.
t i:\TTUL PKKSKYTKIUTAN IS< HTHKKN AS8?iiii'lj
l. cor. .'id and 1 stn. n.w.?Preaching at 11
a.m. and at f< p.m. by the jwstor. Kev. James II.
Taylor; Sunday school, U:3o a.m.; V. I*. S. C.
K., 7 p.m.; prayer meeting, Thursday, 8 p.m.
Seats f.'ee. All welcome.
NKW VU SKATKXFK PKKSHYTKKIAN eTirKrii,
New York ave. II and 13th sts.. Dr. Wallace
KadellfTe. pastor. 11 a.m.. Kev. S. S. Palmer,
1? ?> of Kroml vitr...t l'r.?l>vtur|..n t M.i-r.t. I V?.
lutnhus. Ohio: a.m., ltilde s?*hool; t?:4.ri a.m., 1
is (I nl t classes; 0:43 p.m.. Christian Endeavor S:>
clfty. jy2<Muw,3t
WEST IKKX 1'HKSBYTEKIAN. II ST. NET. 19TH
and 2<?th. <Seorge Itaih-y. pastor.?II a.m.,
"The Mairtc Effect of Trust:" H p.m.. "Moved i
With Compassion;" SaMialh school, U:30 a.m.;
C. E. meeting. 7 p.m.; prayer meeting, Thursday.
S p.m.
(7rXT<>x TKMPITK MKMOKI W" UTII AM> K
sts. n.w. Iter. Edsar T. Head, from Union
Bridge, Md., will urea eh at 11 a.m.; Sunday
school, 9:.*U> a.m.; C. E. meeting, *5:45 p.m.;
prayer meeting. 7:45 Thursday eveninjj.
METlt<H'OLITAX PRESBYTERIAN CHt KCII.
4th and It sts. s.e.'. Kev. Albert Evans. I>.l?.,
pastor.?Services tomorrow at 11 a.m.; Sabhath
school, 9:30 a.m.; Y. I*. S. C. E., 7 p.m.; no <
other evening service; mid-week services, Tburs- <
day. H p.m.
MOUTH K It N IMtKSBYTERIAN.
SEC 'ON'i >. 221> ST. NEAR Q. REV. H. WAD DELL '
Pratt, pastor.?Rev. G. It. Strickler, D.D.. of
Richmond, Va., will preach at 11 a.m. All seats '
f
EPISCOPAL. !
TKIMTY CHURCH, 3I> ANDC8TS. N.W., REV.
Itiehard I'. Williams. Rev. LI ?n?-l A. Wye.? .
Sorrlcw at 7:3U and 11 a.m., 8 p.m. Hector
will preach. J
ST. MAltK'S. 3D AND A S.K.. RKV. I>H. W. H '
De Yries, Kev. Jehu 11. Deis, Kev. P. M. I*rescott,
clerjry.?Services, 7:30. 11 a.m., 8 p.m. 1
ricori-K s iiI'kn-aik kvknsiini;, cathkTiual '
Grounds, Mt. St. Alban. at 4 p.m., July 21. '
Special preacher, Kev. Charles C. Pierce, D.D.,
Chaplain U.S.A. Vested choir, led by detachment
of the U. S. Marine Baud. Take Tenley- ]
town cars.
ST. ANIUIKW'S CHURCH, CORNER 14TII AND
Corcoran sts.. rector. Rev. Georjce Calvert Carter;
assistant rector. Kev. Je^ae K. Blcknell.?Sundav
?ervli-e?-7:30 a.m., holy communion; 11 a.m.,
uiorryng prayer, litany ami sermon; 8 p.m.. evensong
auil sermon; Sunday school, 9:30 a.m.
ST. THO>MAS*, 18TII NKAR DCPONT CIRCLE ?
Services, 8 and 11 a m. Strangers welcome.
C. Ernest Smith. D.D., D.C.L, rector. <
ST. 1'All/S flll'ICCH. 2:tu ST. XKAK WASHIngton
Circle. He v. Alfred Harding. I). I)., Rev.
C. II. Hoi mead, clergy.?Holy communion. 7:30
and 11 a.m.; morning service, 10 a.m.; choral
evensong, 8 p.m.
BAPTIST.
FIRST BAPTIST. 16TH AM) O SIS. N.W., REV.
| Charles I*. Wiubigler. pastor.?S. S., 9:30 a.m.; 1
; sermon. 11 a.m.. hy Rev. Janus Wolfenden,
D.D., Shellield, Kugland. Strangers welcome. 1
METROPOLITAN BAPTIST, ttTH AND A N.E., '
John <*4. nipt on Hall, pastor.- 11 a.m.. Rer. Ellas
Aimer; 8 it.in . Rev. Ilenrv N. Couden. rhaolnin
House of Representatives. j
tkmi'i.k" Haitist cinTtcii. T<rni Wsi> x 1
st*?. I>r. J. J. Mulr, pastor.?Preaching, 11 a.m.;
7:4.% p.m. by He v. A. W. Graves, Ya.; 8. S., 1
9:3o a.m.; C. K.. 7 p.m.
CALVARY BAIT 1ST ('IUHCII. 8T1I AM) H
sts, n.w.. Rev. Samuel H. Greene, I>.D., pastor.
- !*:30 a.m.. Sunday school, I\ II. Bristow, supt.;
public worship, with sermons by the pastor. 11 i
a.m. and 8 p.m.; Teachers' Bible Club, Thursday.
7 p.m.; church prayer meeting, 8 p.m.;
Endeavor meetings, Tuesday. 8 p.m., and Sunday.
3:30 and (5:45 p.m. All are cordially Invited.
;
bW'oMi BAPTIST CHIHCH. 4TH ST. AND VA.
avc. s.e. Preaching. 11 a.m. and 8 p.m., by Itev. <
J. Benjamin Clayton.
IMMANI 1.L BA PTiST CIIURCH. AVR. OF THE '
Presidents and Columbia road. Uev. (J. E.
\Vhiteb?>use, pastor.- Bible school at 9:30 a.m.; <
preaching at 11 a.m. by Hev. Percy B. Tripp j
Mid-week service, Thursday, 8 p.m. All invited.
*7WHAT I IiE IK)I Y SPIHIT~I>OES Foil SINNKH
is the subject of Hev. I>r. Waldrun's
c ?. < it .1.111. IVHJ.PHiin l.^llliuatl ttl
'STKANdKKS' 1IOMK," Shiluh Haptist <'hurch,
L st. near 17th st. n.w. At 3:30 p.in. "Institution
Services" .,f THE BAKACA CLUB \n III he
hrld. with speeial music and addresses, etc-., by
prominent ministers and young men of the city?
meeiinp f?.r men only. At h p.m., subject of
sermon. 'SALVATION FOR TIIK CIIIKF OF
SINNKHS." liible tor Sunday) school at 1#:TiO i
a.m.. with good si Hiring, lesson help and classes
f> r :ill atfe< parents invited to conic with their
children. <\ K. Society at <? p.m. Fans, psalm 1
Un?ks ami hymn Ihm>Uk f<?r all. A hearty welcooine ,
and handshake ?r all. csi>ecially strangers.
FIFTH BAIT 1ST E ST NEAR Ti ll s \vT I'K.
\W*t??n Ilruner. minister. S. S.. 1?:30. Mr Ford. '
Snpt I'reai-h'ng hy Kev. \V. 1?. MeCurdy of i
Martinsbunr. \V. Va.. 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
UKAl'R BAPTIST I'lirittHI. DTH AND SOUTH
Carolina av?*. s . licv. F W. Johnson. ]>astor.?
11 a.m.. "Christianity and Wealth;" 7:4."? p.m.,
"The Sunday Newspaper;" S. S.. 9:30 a.rn :
B. T r r 6:45 p.m. ,
MARYLAND AVF BAPTIST CHURCH. 14TH
ami Md. nvc. n r.. Hev. K. S. Owens, nastor.?
{'reaching l?y the pastor, 11 a.n?. an?l * p.m.
El.l?Kll J T. HOWK. PIMMITIVK BAIT! ST, !
will preach in Hall 5tl* and <1 sts. n.w. Sen lav.
11 a.m. und 3 i?.ui. Ordinance after evening
service. i
TRINITY BAPTIST CIH ItCH. ClU'RCll ST.
!? ?:. 14*h ami 15th ?*ts. n.w.. Key. J A. Taylor,
I . I?.. past?.r Pastor will preach at 11 a.m.
and s p.m.: the church will hold a grand rally
f?.r the n?*xt two weeks to r:iise $5<M); preaching
t?y the leading pastor* uf tin* fity; th?* friends
an 1 the public generally are invited to come out
aim iit-ij) Piiimaj si iiiMu ai j?:.w a.m.
((ix.uii.vnowi,
MT II K ASA NT i'ON<i !J IK J ATI* ?N A L (TuR< II.
Columbia road nn<! 14th ."t. n.w. -The pastor,
IU v. M. IUiss Fi<bbnrn. v\ ill preach at 11 a.m.,
nubjeot. "As the Shadow of a UiK*k." Music by
<;tiart? t Mr. S Fredi-rhk Smith, organist; S>:3*0
a.m.. Sunday ^Jiool. Mr. Jaines K. West. snpt.;
7 Ao ?.rn , ?."hr!Mi:iu Kud'-ar-.r. No other evcniut;
ter %Ut. '
KIRST CONUUROATIONAL TH1 RCH, lOTil AND
?: st>. u.w.. Kt v. Samuel II WWdro.v, D.D.. p.??f"r.
11 a m.. public worship. with Sermou by
i: v s. m. Newman. i?.i>.: mosic by quartet and
.-.ow u iu., owuuny smuooi; ? p.m.,
< "liri'ift Ian Kndeavor. No evening preaching
sorvice.
L1JTHEEAII.
MEMORIAL PASTOH, J ; l l ri?KK?SKKMON
ut 11: Sunday t*<-bool, i?:.'50; Y. I*. S. C. K.
Svrrl?-e;n1gl;t s<*rvlr?> omitted.
eifl tti H Ut-* THE UEF<>K\IAT1 IS (LUTHEKAN).
IN iM^ylvanla avc ami It st. .-i.e.. Itev. John
W pastor. lletrulnr service at 11 a.m. ami
I > p.m : Sur.da.t s.-j; ! st H :.'$?> a.m.; Y. i\ S. t".
prajei ?:.?- iin^ at 7 p.m.
PAUL'S. iri ?f" A Xifc I I.N.1W . .U >11 .N T.
liu.M . pn^tor S.*rvl?*e 11 a.m.. with sermon by
)H>?tur; Snndiy school, 9:30 a.m.
CII It I ST I AN.
i \ s kmiint .ws:. ini kcu. i\ n. i-kvykk. n
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CHURCH NOTICES.
UN I VERS A LIST.
eiiriit'ii <>f ora fathbb. istii ami l. sts.
n.w., Rev. John \au Schaick, jr., pastor.?11
a.m., morning service, sermon by the pat-tor; 0
p.m., Y. P. C. U.
OTHBM SERVICES.
JACKSON GROVE ASSEMBLY?OLD-FASHION
camp meeting, from August 3 to 10. I>r. B. D.
Bailey, Her. Robt. J. Bateman, Todd Hall. Onpt.
Stanley and others will sj>vak. The Gospel Trio
of Baltimore and other good singers will participate.
Tents for rent. Bearding and lodging
tents on ground. Trains leave 0th st. station
as foll!??rs: Week days. 8:30 a.m., 1:10 and 4:48
|?.m.; Sundays, 9:23 a.m., 1:10 and 0:10 p.m.
i-or parucuiani a<i<irps? Kev. J. Mci,. Brown,
Ckientoii, Md.t or Capt. J. S. Mewchaw, tfth at.
station. jy 13.20,27.au3,10
WEEK ENDING JULY 20, 1907. '
President Roosevelt approved the plan of
rifle practice In the public schools. The
P'resident received Gen. Morteza Khan,
special ambassador from Persia, who form- i
ally announced the accession of the new
shnh to the throne. The interstate commerce
commission decided that a railroad
has no riKht to declare an embarco atralnst
one shipper when service Is being given to
other shippers In the same line. The board
of Inquiry decided that the explosion on the
Georgia was caused by a flare-back. The
prospect of the cruise to the I'aciflc caused
a rush to enlist in the navy. The Elks held
their convention in Philadelphia. The
Standard Gil Company denied every charge
as to rebates and prices at the opening of
the government prosecution in St. Ix>uls.
The Hearst recount law was declared unconstitutional
by the New York supreme court.
Judge l^ong of the state court at Raleigh.
N. C.. lined the Southern railway $30,000
and Agent Green $5 for violating the new
rate law, while federal Judge Pritchard, at
Asheville. issued writs of habeas corpus for
two other Southern agents. Two-cent railroad
rates went into effect in Illinois, Iowa,
Missouri and Minnesota. The strike of the 1
telegraph operators in San Francisco was
called off. A large part of the testimony in
the Haywood case was ruled out and the
closing arguments were begun. Mrs. Angle 1
Blrdsong was pardoned by Gov. Vardaman 1
*ii Mississippi lor me muruer 01 ur. 1 nos.
Butler. Upward of 2.fi00 heat prostrations ,
occurred during the Klks' parade in Philadelphia.
Prof. Angelo Heiiprin, explorer,
scientist and author, died suddenly in New
York.
Foreign.
An attempt to kill M. Fall'eres. president
of France, was made on the Avenue dcs
Champs Ely sees by a naval reservist named
I>eon Maille, at Havre, who tired two siiots; ,
Maille was arrested; no one was injured.
French *,fRcials were ready to suspend the
imposition of further duties on American
I ~ 1 no
glHIUP ttilfl j-tuguai. 1. iUIUiri 1ITTgotiations.
Notice was given .in the house
of commons of a motion to investigate the (
bestowal of peerages and other honors in
connection with contributions to campaign
funds. The British premier expressed regret
that the subject of the limitation of i
armaments would not occupy a more ad- j
vanced position at The Hague; S'r Edward ]
Grey said that Great Britain's object was
to make the question easier of solution at ,
future conferences. Ambassador Reid. at
a luncheon in London, toasted King Ed- ,
UL*nr?l n 11 Pfpciilint Tinnc?.fo1t oc I
peacemakers. Heavy rains in Germany
cause,] floods In which fifty persons lost
their lives; a dozen railway accidents were j
reported, and crops along the Oder, the j
Elbe and in Poland were ruined. The trial ,
of Karl Han. formerly a professor at
George Washington University, for the j
murder of his mother-in-law was begun at ;
Karlsruhe. Gen. Horace Porter spoke In ,
support of the American proposal for a
modified Drago doctrine Iwfore the subcom- ,
mittee of the peace conference. Gen. Alik- j
hanoff. former governor of Tiflis, hated for |
fiU rnnpt>??fr(> Yfme? O
wife of a Russian general, and a coachman (
were killed by a bomb thrown at the rar- ;
riage In which they were driving at Alex- |
mdropol. Preparations were completed for i
n. meeting of the Russian and German em- ]
perors in Finnish waters. A bomb ex- (
ploded at the summer house at the Amerl- ;
c-an embassy in Turkey and four persons (
were injured. The Japanese stock market
showed a. sharp rise in prices, due to public
confidence that no trouble was to be expected
between America and Japan. The 1
foreign ministers of Italy and Austria met <
at Deslo, Lombardy, and announced that (
they were In entire accord and would ex- .
amine the general European situation as
rolnf IriP" t r\ A nc- ^
tria and Italy. The Emperor of Korea formilly
abdicated and the crown prince succeeded
him. thus still further fastening
Japan's power upon the Hermit kingdom.
A. revolution broke out in Guayaquil. Sir
William Henry Perkln, who discovered the
mauve dye, died in London.
In the District.
The Commissioners by unanimous opinion
decided to erect the stables of the District's
water department on a lot immediately
in the rear of the new pumping station
on Bryant street northwest, settling a
question which has called for much comment
and protest among the residents and
property owners in mat section 01 tne cny. :
Judge I. G. Kimball announced his inten- :
lion to send all convicted handbook makers !
to Jail. Public Printer Sailings suspended
Capt. William R. Ramsey, foreman of the ]
Navy Department branch of the government
printing office. The Army and Navy
Cnion held its thirteenth biennial conven- ,
lion in this city. The tenth annual meeting
of the International Acetylene Association
was held. A destructive Are occurred on 1
Brightwood avenue just north of Florida !
avenue, several stables being destroyed and
twenty-five horses and two mules being J
uurneu iu ucain, uie i-iui'lioiise or ine .\dtional
bas=e ball club was destroyed and the
rear of the grand stand damaged. Justice
Wrighr ruled that Mrs. Anna M. Bradley,
Indicted for first-degree murder, should be
released on bail in the sum of Slfi.OOO.
Buy H. Johnson and Kdwin L Wilson,
trustees in bankruptcy of the Standard
Dairy and Ice Company, by Attorney Walter
C. Clephane, filed suits in the District
Supreme Court to recover for alleged unpaid
installments of subscriptions to the
capital stock of the defunct corporation.
Henry E. Winters, colored, died as a result
3f a fall from the Senate office building. '
Miss Nellie Castle, twenty-one years of age, t
committed suicide by inhaling illuminating i
gas.
REPUBLICANS ON OUTING.
Members of League of State Clubs at
Marshall Hall.
The members of the League of Republican
State Clubs of the District of Columbia, together
with a large number of relatives and
friends, are enjoying; their first annual outir?.nk?ll
tr^ll .. * ri 11
mo a i jiai slum xitin luuay. >? neil Llie '
steamer Charles Macalester left the 7th 1
street wharf at 10 o'clock there was a large
attendance on board, including many worn- ,
end and children, intent upon getting to 1
Marshall Hall as soon as possible, in order 1
to have an all-day stay at the popular river j
resort. The second trip was made at 2:110 1
j'clock, when another big crowd was aboard ;
the boat An interesting athletic program ]
is scheduled for this afternoon. The last i
boat will go down at o'clock. Arriving <
iit Marshall Hall at H o'clock. Messrs Wil- i
Ham E. Andrews, auditor of the Treasury i
Department, and Arthur B. Hayes of the
Department of Justice will be the speakers
at h: 1 ."> o'clock. Mr. Henry M. Camp president
of the league, will preside over the .
meeting and introduce the speakers. Dur
sin^r a number of patriotic songs. From f
to o'clock there will be dancing- t
The last boat will leave Marshall Hall at
10::?> o'clock, and on the trip to the city
an interesting musical program will be rendered.
' I
INJUDICIOUS LOANS THE CAUSE. '
f
Farmer' National Bank of Boyer- [
town, Pa., Clcsed.
The Farmers' National Bank of Boyer
town, i n., was today ordered elosed by the
controller of the currency upon a report of ]
National Bank Examiner Bingham showing
it to be insolvent. J. \V. Scotleld, bank
examiner, has been appointed receiver. The j
bank has a capital of $50,OCX).
BOVERTOWX, Pa., July 20.?The closing ]
of the Farmers' National Bank here, while
n<K surprise in well-informed circles, created
a sensation. Several months ago the
directors of the institution accepted the
resignation of M. L. 11 art man, who for a
numljer of years was cashier of the bank.
The trouble is said to have been caused by
the cashier granting loans without proper
security. State Senator E. M. Herbst, one
of the directors, has ever since been acting
as temporary cashier. The bank was chattered
in 1883.
PROMISESJO RELIEF
Weather Bureau Finds Break
in Heat Wave.
ONE FATALITY RECORDED
Clouds Obscure Sun Temporarily, Giving
Brief Respite.
SUFFERING AMONG THE POOR
Heat and Humidity the Cause of Sick
ness and Prostrations?Forecast
for Tomorrow.
"Washington has been wallowing In a
trough of tropical torrldity," is the way
a veteran w.-ather man d.sc ibid the prevailing
oppressive weather conditions. The
high per cent of humidity In combination
with the blazing sun has made humanity
wilt and wither, and at least one fatality
and a number of prostrations have resulted.
There was temporary relief from the
scorching and humid con-dltions today, whan
a fresh wind came up from the routhwest
and Dame Meteorology sprend a
cloud umb-ella over the sky. Great masses
of clouds rolled overhead and shielded
VVflshinFtnn from th^ fUrort ravo r* f tlio
Bun, and the pcoplpe drew a sigh of relief.
But Prof. Alfred J. Henry, one of the
met* rorology manipulators of the weather
bureau, gave out the unwelcome information
today that the relief was only temporary,
as the daily map and reports showed
hot and humid weather everywhere.
"There is no relief in sight," he said.
"We may have a shower this afternoon or
evening, but that will only cool the atmosphere
for a little while. Then the heat
wii. resume business."
"Heat Corpuscles."
A local scientist has discovered a new
element in meteorology, lie claims which
lie has designated as "heat corpuscles."
[Ie says that soon after daybreak this
morning these harbingers of hot weather
appeared in the atmosphere, giving it a
hazy and peculiar appearance. It is the
theory of this amateur prophet Uiat the
corpuscles always make their appearance
soon after dawn if the day is to be a
particularly hot and opressive one. He
has. therefore, coined the phrase:
"Watch for tlie heat corpuscles.'
The heat and humidity in Washington
ire causing much suffering and sickness, it
Is said, especially among the poor dwellers
in the stuffy and ill-ventilated tenements
in the city's byways. Many of
these cannot afford the luxury of ice and
ire compelled to drink the warm Potomac
water, while their apartments are
veritable overs. A charitable citizen remarked
today that n free distrib uion of
ice among those of "the other half" would
he a most beneficent charity. He also
referred to the free-car-ticket plan for
giving the little ones of Washington's
llleys and tenement houses daily outings
li me iicsn ana (Mire iur 01 me surrounding
country. In some of the allsjs last
night the poor residents were huddled
">ut of doors In front of their humble
ibodes, vainly striving to get a oreath of
"Mini jiir
People Leave Town.
Many of those who could afford It
boarded the electric cars and took trips
>ut into the woods, and others went down
he river, where cool breezes blow. Bathng
pools were liberally patronized, likewise
the ice cream and soda water resorts.
The downtown temperature > esterlay
went up to the 07 notch, aj.d the
suffering as reported by the police, hosplt
1 + + ~ J
l <1 & ani:iiuaiu? <111 vi outers was correjpondingly
great. There were several
?ases of heat prostrations treated at the
hospitals, and taking a lesson trom the
wholesale heat strokes In Philadelphia,
the surgeons at the local hospitals have
made advance preparations, it is yald, for
handling such cases promptly when they
ire received.
The weather man fortified himself against
;he tropical conditions today, and was provided
with plenty of ice water, fans and
>ther hot weather accefsories, while elec:ric
fans whizzed about him and sent scurries
of atmospheric waves in his direction.
Ulu ~.. * * >
iiiviiic.no ncic 3>>cui in iinswering
he "ting-a-ling-ilng" of tlie telephone as
lot and perspiring mortals cai.ed up to ask
vhen they might expect relief from the
lumld heaf. To all of these went the reply:
"No relief in sight. Hot weather still on."
While the downtown temperature, as regstered
at Affleck's had not reached the 1)0
nark at noon, yet the atmospheric pressure
md moisture made the weather cond'tions
nost oppressive. It is said to be probable
:hat the cloud banks in the sky will fade
iway tomorrow and (Xd Sol will again blaze
mobstruetedly.
The cloud masses bfgan to break away
it noon today, when the temperature downown
was NS'/fc degrees in the shade. The
nercury thereupon took an upward shoot
>1 nearly five degrees in the -hour between
12 noon and 1 o'clock this afternoon. At 2
/clock the thermometer at Affleck's regis:ered
'.14 <l:*grees. and still going up, with
he prospect of reaching 'J~, which waa the
naximum yesterday.
Death From Sunstroke.
The first fatality due directly to the heat
n the vicinity of Washington occurred yeserday
when Benjamin F. Anderson of Kenlworth
was prostrated while at work in the
?uii in a garden near his home. He was
llone at the time, and the first intimation
jf his serious condition came when he half
walked, half crawled to the door of his
lome and fell across the sill into the house.
\ physician was called Immediately, but he
ironouncea it almost a hopeless case because
Mr. Anderson's temperature was so
iigh that It could not be recorded on a elincal
thermometer. Ice bags were applied to
:he victim's head, ice baths used and every
-ffort was made to reduce his temperature,
>ut to no avail. Mr. Anderson lingered in
i comatose condition for about three hours,
when death took place.
Benjamin F. Anderson was born in this
:ity lifty nine years ago, and h? resided
le're all of his life. For over twentyline
years past he was employed in Rock
'reek cemetery. He leaves a wife and
six children, namely. Theodore and George
Undersoil, Mrs. Jessie O'Nea1, Mis. Grace
Ualone, Mis. Lavinla Grant and Mrs. Katie
Blundon. The funeral will be held Mondiv
it 12:r;o o'clock. Services will be contacted
by Rev. Mr. Buck of the* Rock
'reek parish, and lnterme:it will bj ma. ie
n Rock Creek cemetery.
Prostrations Noted.
Henderson Wood, colored, seventy-eight
,ears of age, called at tiie ninth precinct
lolice station last night about 10 o'clock
ind said he was sick. The hot weather, he
laid, was too much for him ami he wanted
o be sent to a hospital. The polic3 took
lim to tli3 Casualty Hospital for treatrw.nt
James Frailer, colored, thirty-five years
if age, living at H.'l'.t \V street northwest,
lad a fit this morning about ."i o'clock w.iile
n front of 102 > 14th street northwest. He
ell upon the sidewalk and cut his head,
["he injured man was taken to Freedmen s
lospltal for treatment.
WAVE BROKEN IN NEW YORK.
Relief Given by Dense Fog, Which
Envelops the City.
VVW YORK Julv 20.?After tiv,. ,1 nw ,.r
intense heat and high humidity from wh!ch
the stifling nights afforded only slight relief,
New York and its environs were today
wrapped in a wet nd blinding fog which
upset the s.'.um on all moans of transportation
except the subway. Kerry boats
bringing thous ands of offiee and shop employes
from their homes on Lung Island,
New Jersey and Stal u Island, poked hesitatingly
across the rivers and the bay, o -
casionany Dumping one anoiner, uut witnoot
serious result, because of the caution I
of the pilots. While the pall of fog; hunj; I
heaviest a steam lighter crashed into the
Pennsylvania railroad ftrry boat Baltimore,
which was crowded with incoming passengers.
Beyond scaring the nervous passengers.
little damage was done.
Oft Sandy Hook at least three of the big
transatlantic liners were waiting for the 1
fog to lift and make it sate for their pilots
to bring them up the crooked channels. *
They were the Lucania, on which William
Fife, tlie yacht designer, was a passenger;
l-a eavoie. nnnging mi ?nu Mrs. w. c..
Corey, and the Celtic.
WEATHER FORECAST.
Showers This Afternoon, Partly
Cloudy Tonight and Sunday.
Forecast till 8 p.m. Sunday:
For the District of Columbia and Maryland,
showers this afternoon, partly cloudy
tonight and Sunday; light winds, mostly
westerly. *
For Virginia, showers this afternoon or
tonight. Sunday partly cloudy; light to
fresh winds, mostly westerly.
Weather conditions and general forecast:
Unsettled weather still persists over the
eastern half of the country, but without
Aiuch rain of consequence, except In Ohio,
where there were heavy local showers Friday.
In the west the weather was generally
fair. Temperatures, as a rule, remainabove
the seasonal average, except in the
valley of California.
There will be showers this afternoon or
tonight' in the middle Atlantic states, followed
by generally fair weather Sunday;
elsewhere in the east and Fou,th the weather
will be generally fair tonight and Sunday.
Temperature changes will not be pronounced.
The winds along the middle Atlantic
coast will be mostly southwest to west and
light; on the south Atlantic coast light and
variable, though mostly westerly; on the
east gulf coast light to fresh and variable,
and on the lower lakes light to fresh
westerly.
Steamers departing today for European
ports will have light to fresh winds, mostly
southwesterly, with unsettled, Fhowery
weather to the Grand Banks.
The following heavy precipitation (in
inches) has been reported during the past
twenty-four hours: Lynchburg, 1.08.
Tide Tables. 1
Today?I/iw tide, 9:50 a m nnd 9:47 p.m.;
h.gh tid?, 2:58 a.m. and 3::i0 p.m.
Tomorrow- Low tide, 10:54 a.m. and 10:50
p.m.; high tide, H:57 a.m. and 4:25 p.m.
The Sun and Moon.
Today?Sun ros?, 4:50 a.m.; sun sets, 7:21
p.m.
Tomorrow?Sun rises, 4:59 a.m.
Moon sets 12::f7 a.m. tomorrow.
The City Lights.
The city lights and naphtha lamps all
lighted by thirty minutes after sunset; extinguishing
begun one hour before sunrise.
All arc and incandescent lamps lighted fifteen
minutes after sunset and extinguished
forty-five minutes before sunrise.
Condition of the Water.
Temperature and condition of water at H
a.m.: Great Falls, temperature, 82; condl- 1
tion, 50. Dalecarlia reservoir, temperature, r
XI; condition at north connection, 30; condi- *
tion at south connection. 75. Georgetown ^
distributing reservoir, temperature, KJ; condition
at influent gatehouse, 55; condition at s
effluent gatehouse, 50. c
Up-River Waters.
Special Dispatch to nie Star.
HARPERS FERRY, W. Va? July 20.?
The Potomac is very muddy and the Shenandoah
the least cloudy.
HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Fourteenth Street Heights Land Company to
J. S. Heatwob and W. S. Hedrick, lot 0,
square 2!?14; J50.
D * DT1V C I TJ \* r\? ? : 1 V, 111.-... ? 4 ? ? nnn
onnnx IU mnia
W. Smith, part lot KO, section 7; $740.
I STREET SOUTHEAST between 10th and s
11th streets?Williajii B. Hardester to
James R. and Matilda R. Holroyd, part
lots 7 and 8, square 1)75; $1,000. *
MANOR PARK?William M. Terrell, trus- n
tee, to John H. Fisher, lota lo, 10, 17,
square $10. 0
EIGHTH STREET NORTHWEST between ?
O and P streets?Mason H. Johnson et j
ux. to Hannah Aftnstrong, part lots I t,
and K, square -122; $10. V
NO. M MORGAN STREET NORTHWEST *
?Leonard Naehman to Rosa A. Nachm'tn
Int 14V ?srniiiro fiTiS- f!?> V*
south gr6t:n1ts columbian col- \
LEGE? Sarah C. Stanbury to H. Camp- e
bell Black. Wit S21, square 2iHJ; $10. r
SIXTH STREET SOUTHEAST between L a
and M streets?Agnes Brown Croxall et g
vlr, Morris L., to Edith A. Browne, lot s
57, square 8*2; ?10. b
NO. 121!t MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE p
NORTHWEST?John L. Warren et ux. g
to Mary L. Waters, lot 5, square 282; a
*10. lr
NO. 134(5 4>4 STREET SOUTHWEST?
Nathan Sickle to Julia I. Saunders, lot h
it, square i?n>, ^i\i. y,
EIGHTH STREET NORTHEAST between q
East Capitol and A streets?John Cook, w
trustee, to Henry H. Benjamin, part p
original lot 7, square D19; $10. Henry H. n
Benjamin conveys same property to c
John Cook: $10. F
HOLMEAD MANOR?Alice G. Holmead ?
et al. to Harry B. Willson, part lots ?
26 and 27, square 2833; $10. ,]
ADDITION TO LE DROIT PARK?Harry >
Wardman to Martin Nielsen, lot 02, jj
IJIOtK .A>; *1". s
FOOT OK THIRTY-FIRST STREET (Potomac
Boat House)?Henry S. Matthews. e
trustee, to Frank A. Johnson, part of 2
water lots 1 and 2, square 1174; $10. C
P STREET NORTHWEST between 30th g
and 31st streets?George Hane et ux. to D
William L. Weast, lot 224, square 1257; w
$100.
N STREET NORTHWEST between 32d E
and 33d streets?Margaret W. Barber et ^
al. to Mary P. Mynsbridge, lot 98 and ^
part lots 97, 90 and 123, square 1231; <<
*10. c
ADDITION TO WASHINGTON HEIGHTS f(
-^Mareflrpt W Hnsipv In Mitrv T Plril
lot asT $10. "" " ' " ' v
INCLOSCRE AND HADDOCK HILLS?
George W. Z. Black et ux. to John P. p
F. White, lot 6; $10.
EFFINGHAM PLACK?James H. Hill et ,
ux. to Lillian P. Hill, west one-half lot t
22, block IS; $10. Lillian P. Hill con- J
veys same property to Minnie I. Hill *.
and Eliza S. Jones: $10. _
COLUMBIA HEIGHTS?Louis P. Shoe- *
maker et ux. to John R. and Augusta
L. Farnum, part lot 3, block 33; $10.
> John R. Farnum et ux. conveys same
property to Louis.P. Shoemaker; $10. ..
LE DROIT PARK?Helen B. Wlekersham '
to William H. Mundy, jr., lot 10, block
14; $lo.
WAGGAMAN AND RIDOUT'S ADDITION
? (Woodley Park)?Edward Lloyd to Katie _
E. Lloyd, part lot 01. block 4 to 8; $10. .
NO. 1744 Q STREET NORTHWEST?
uarneii i. ciarK et ai. to Belle YV. w
Tylor, lot 23*2, square 1 jti; $10.
WOODBRIDC1E? William Bntterworth et
al. to Mary E. Butterworth. lot 12,
block lot It, block 10; lot 14, block .
5, and lot 21, block 1: $1.00. P
no. :ra;t isth street northwest?
John F. Lynch et ux. to Carrie V. Dorman.
lot 02, square 2IS1:>; $10.
BARRY FARM?James E. Padgett et al.
trustee*. to John L. Masscy, part lot ti, ^
section 1;
P STREET NORTHWEST between 1st t(
and :sd streets?Molvin H. Herrman et
ux to Joseph F. Beck, lot KW, square *
r.r.:<; sm. '
PARK VIEW?Mtddaugh & Shannon, Inc., ^
to Mlnta Garrett, lot 5."i, square ;
$1<>.
PARK VIEW?Mlddaufrh & Shannor. Inc.,
to Flora N. Vasey, lot , square 3044;
Jlo. Same to Gertrude C. Scrivener lot
50. square .'1044; $K>. '!l
MO I'NT PLEASANT?Lydia H. Tilton to ii
Percy Cranford, part lot 3 and lot u'JS, si
block 1; $10.
NOS. 14:lit AND 1411 C, STREET SOUTHEAST?Joseph
H. Cranford ?*t nx. to
I.ydia H. Tilton, lots 2T> and i!(t, suuarc A
MM; fltt. ?
OREGON AVENUE NORTHWEST be- !,
t ween 17th and lKtli streets?Percy
Cranforil et ux. to I-ydia H. Til ton, part
lot V. square 152; $1<?. a
NO. 1405 G STREET SOUTHEAST-Same e
to same, lot 23, square ItHM; $10.
FLORIDA AVENUE NORTHWEST between
Q an<l R streets?Same to same, "Sl
lot Kl, square t*!; >10. c
i uw jinirt nt,iunio-.>annie A. King to
Eva L. Mason. lot 114. block $U?. a
MERIDIAN H1L,Ij?William A. Ktmmel et f'
ux. to R. O. and Emma I.,, Hines, lot
2?.?. block 2<i; tl
THIRTY-FOl'RTH AND PROSPKCT si
STREETS N< >RTH\VEST?Isabella Dodd a
. t \-1r Snmii.l \l t rt UoilM.. * f-- -
v v. . i., ? > > ? ?.. iw miuiiua i\rn- i1
drick, part lot .'10. square 1220; $10. p
TRINIDAD?Frederick Koss et al. to Jo- ?/
s^ph F. H!!e, part lots 11 and 12, block vv
10; $10. t.
KALORAMA HEIGHTS?George \V. C. T
DreXi'l. trustee, to William S. St::nl:v,
jr., lot 0, block 2.1; $5. c.
THE COURT RECORD.
District Supreme Court.
EQt'ITY COl'RT NO. 1-Justice Anderson.
Walshe agt. l.arkin; auditor's report confirmed;
complainant's solicitors, Stuart Mc- I
S'amara and R S Huldekoper.
Parker agt. Adelman; guardian ad litem
appointed; complainant's so'.lcitor. B. F.
[-eighton.
CIRCUIT COl'RT NO. l-Justice Anderson.
I/ear ant. Prudential Insurance Company;
3111 of exceptions submitted; plaintiff's at- |
:orneys. A S. & J. E. Taylor; defendant's I
ittorneyt, Berry & Minor and H. B. Howand.
Pope agt. Southern Railway Company;
Mil of exceptions signed and flied. plain- j
Jff's attorneys. C. I. Simms and I*. H. Marshall;
defendant's attorneys, Hamilton,
Jolbert. Yerkes and Hamilton.
Kebablan agt. Hekimlan; motion for judgment
overruled; plaintiff's attorneys. R.
Ross Perry & Son; defendant's attorney,
Eugene A. Jones. (
Lyon agt. Bursey; time to file transcript
extended to September Hi. plaintiff's attorney.
John Rldout; defendants attorney,
William Henry White <
BANKRl'PTCY COl'RT?Justice Anderson.
In re Philip B. Ottcrback; adjudication
ind reference to E. S. McCalmont
In re David Tolstoi; hearing on discharge
ixed for August 25.
PROBATE COl'RT?Justice Anderson
Estate of Mary Sehwatkopf; rule to show
;ause; attorneys, l.ester & Price.
Estate of Samuel Cross; order to compromise
claim; attorneys, Gordon & Gordon.
Estate of Miles Hawkins; order dlschargng
rule; attorney, W. Calvin Chase.
Estate of Henry Murray; order of sale;
ittorney, J. J. Darlington.
Estate of Edgar P. Perry; order to surrender
household effe'cts; attorney, C. W.
Vrth.
Estate of Leonora Elsenmann; will dated
Vpril 1!. l'.KVl, filed.
Estate of Ellen O'Brien; petition of Howird
Hume dismissed: attorneys. Douglas &
Douglas. \V. C. Sullivan, R. S. Hume and
Vauck & Nauck.
Estate of Cyrus S. Richards; cause reerred
to auditor; attorney, George F. Wlliams.
In re Mary B. Heenan et a!.; order of alowance;
attorneys, Hamilton, Colbert,
O T T !?l
icincn IV I lit Hi 11 lull.
Estate of Mary V. McConnell; will a<l- t
nitteil to probate anil letters testamentary j
granted to Goodwin Y. At I-ee and Hiram '
1. Martin; bond, $1,UOO; attorney, Charles
V. Arth.
Estate of Alexis Adt; will dated May 30. '
SKK. filed. 1
Estate of Sallie R. Tyler: will dated Octo- 1
kt 4, l'.KM, tiled. {
Estate of Mary A. Hall; petition for let- I
ers of administration filed; attorney, E. 8. <
juby. I
Estate of Anna H. Stewart; petition for t
eave to pay expenses; attorney, L. >1. 1
Javiil. \
In re John P. Rupj>ert et al.: petition to
ippoint guardian filed; attorneys, I^ester & f
!*rice.
IRCT'IT COURT, NO. 1-Justice Wright
United States ex rel. Goldsby afrt. Secre- g
ary of the Interior; demurrer to answer of
espondent sustained; plaintiff's attorneys,
Cappler & Merillat; defendant's attorney, 1
Fairfax Bayard. t
Dudley agt. Owen; bill of exceptions a
lpned and filed; plaintiff's attorneys. t
:harles Poe and S. A. Putman; defendant's j
ttorney, W. H. Robeson. E
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The Evening St?r U the official
crgan of the Supreme Court of tba i
District of Columbia in bankruptcy i
matter*. I c
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CAMP MEETING CLOSES. *
rext Attraction at Washington Grove, g
the Chautauqua. ?
peclnl Oorronpondence of The Star. a
WASHINGTON GROVE. July 20. 11107. *
Following services which occupied eleven '
nil days the thirty-flfth annual camp t
leeting of the Washington district con- i
erence closed here last night. "The Gift s
f God" was the theme of the mothers'
leeting held in the forenoon, at wlildi
Irs. Benjamin F. Piatt presided. A poem
y Mrs. Cornelius Cissel, "Out of Touch
I'ith My Lord," and a solo, "Oh, Wone
rous Love," by Miss Faith Woodward, e
re re much appreciated by the assemblage. ^
frs. Court Wood and Miss Minnr VioM
aeh a farewell service for the children,
ounding up the series with a practical 3
ppeal. A full auditorium of hearers
reeted Elder John Sumwalt at the last ?
ervice, when after evensong, conducted ?
y Rev. Albert Zimmerman, the elder
reached to a large and attentive congre- a
ation, using as the bases of this scholarly '
nd masterly appeal the question found
1 II Kings, x:13, "Is thy heart right?" c
After a season of prayer, song and exortation
by Evangelist Zimmerman, the
,-ind-up of camp came when the elder reuested
short addresses from the Christian
workers present, who had headed the deartmental
work of the camp. Each sumlarizcd
the campaign of the camp now ?
losing. Among those who responded were
'resident Percy Foster, Dr. E. DeWitte C
[untley. Rev. Albert H. Zimmerman and
Ilder Sumwalt, who publicly expressed his tl
hanks to all co-workers, pre-eminently p
Ilss May Smith, who has done s th va- ^
ant service as pianist at the auiUorium
ervices. tl
There lo one more day of religious work g
re the Chautauqua opens? Su. day, July j,1,
which Is to be annual ral.. day at the
Irove for the Woman's Hon.e Missionary jf
ocletles of the Washington Methodists. A jr
ii-6iaiii ul liic un.vii>iiai> nuuiciy exercise* D
ras prepared, as follows: ?
It a.m.?Mrs. J. Walter Duvall presiding; t]
lible lesson, Mrs. J. R. Sumwalt; prayer,
Irs. A. H. Hlller; solo, Mrs. Gertrude q
?ana Brockway: address. "Incoming Mil- p
ons. Who Are Tliey? Whence Do They
cine? Whither Go? What is Being Done ?
3T Them?" Miss Josephine Corbin (formerr
connectcd with Immigrant Home in New
ork). ls
4:.T0 p.m.?Children's meeting: "Little jj
'olk? From Over the Sea," Miss Corbin. j(
8 p.m. ?Mrs. C. L. Roach presiding: Bible r,
?sson, Mrs. B. S. Piatt; prayer, Mrs. A.
I. Bovee: solo (with violin obligato), Mrs. r(
lelvllle Lindsay: address, "Orientals In the t$
'nited States and in Our New Posses- y
ions," Mrs. Clara Conway Bell, Los Alleles,
Cal.
\f 11 c 5 in chapco n f \Tr Pornv rnctor
The opening attraction of the Chautauqua c,
rill he an evening with Mozart and other ((j
imous composers, assisted by Mr. Ernest 0|
,ent, 'cello, and others. July 'I'l. at 8 p.m. tl
Mrs. Denham is among the late arrivals
t Hotel Albany. p,
Mr. and Mrs. Laurenson of Douglas Melorial
spent yesterday at the Plaza cot- <i
Be.
Mrs. Jesse Wilson, Mrs. Rebecca Wood- p
ard and Mr. George Cook and wife left ,,]
jr their Washington homes by an early J,,
fternoon train.
Miss Octavia Green Is entertaining Miss ? ,
,ewis, daughter of Mr. Malilon Lewis of
ioyds, Md.
Mr. William B. Mobley of Laytonsville p;
ras among the day's prominent visitors. jr
The Post Office League will play the tl
rove boys on the home diamond this af rnoon.
The game is scheduled to be fulled
at 5 p.m.. after which the visiting 1,1
am will be entertained at dinner in the g,
1 fresco dining room of Mrs. Mollte Dor- d
ey, at the head of 6th avenue, as guests j
f Mr. William Teep, sr., of the Grove
thletic Association.
Alleged Violation of Gaming Law.
Humanity, tables, chairs, dishes and I.
LIIIJj:? ^lumioiuwuaij miiigii-u U1&1U
i the home of Joseph Smothers, on K s
treet between 3d and 4th streets south- I'
ist. The confusion followed a visit to the S1
laee by Sergt. Ryan and Policemen j
ioran, Walsh and Thompson of the fifth <
recinct. Smothers was taken to the sta- ll
ion house, and there a charge of permit- j
ng gaming on the premises was placed
gainst him. Later he put up $15 collat- S
ral for his appearance in the Police Court
lis morning, but his absence was so con[lieuous
today that the money was deI..
J 1 Ft
iitll'U IU UC 1UUUUI1.
Information reached the police some ilays
go that Smothers was helping some of his .
iends pass the hot nights by running
crap game in his house, and last night
le police decided upon a raid. The first
gn of brass buttons on a blue uniform
t the door of the house was a signal for
onfusion. Lamps were knocked over to
UL lliifiii uui, <iiiu in im-.i r.'M'j i ) gcl
ut players fell o<-L.r chairs anil tables and
ere not particular whether the opening
i the outside was a door or a window. 1>
he police say they caught the crowd play- 17
ig crap, and witnesses were summoned lj .!
uurt today to prove mat contention. tu
DELAYED FLftREBACK '
Cause of Reccnt Disaster on
the Georgia. . <
-INDING OF NAVAL BOARD
lir Blast in Oun Not Turned on Long
Enough.
:rew trying to make record
Jtber Possible Causes for the Tragedy
Considered in Turn and
t
Rejected.
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By a process of elimination the naval
board, which lias been Investigating the
accident whereby the men In the turret
af the battleship Georgia lost their liven
recently, has arrived at the conclusion
ihat a "delayed flare back" caused that
catastrophe. In one pensc the verdict 1>?
ecelved with a distinct sense of relief by
laval officers because it showed that they
lad no new element of danger to contend
vlth. They had experienced "llarebarks"
jefore and thought that they knew how to
leal with them.
A "delayed flareback" Is caused by closng
off too soon the blast of compressed
llr, which lit supposed to expel from th?
yore of the gun the unburnt gases and
ragments of smoldering powder covering
hat might be left from the last discharge.
\ft?er the terrible accident in the Missouri's
urret three years ago, resulting In the loss
if over thirty lives, the experts having
iecided that that accident was caused by
he ignition of the new charge by the
inburned gases and smoldering cartridge
loth of the preceding charge, the ordnance
lureau caused to be flted to the breach
if each of the great guns an air blast apmratus
calculated to expel by compressed
ilr any gas or cloth that might remain
n the bore of the gun. So far that ban
vorked very well and there have been no
'flarebacks" since the device was Installed,
tailed.
Cause of Disaster.
%
In the case of the Georgia's eight-Inch
run. what happened was this: The breech
if the gun was thrown open and the air
>laj?t turned in at a pressure of loo pound*
o the square inch. That is sufficient for
ill ordinary purposes with the important
lualiilcatlon that it should be continued
ong enough to drive the last remnant of
:as or cloth from the gun bore In this
ase the gases or smoldering cloths (which
s not known now) were driven probably
nore than half way to the muzzle of the
run when the air blast was turned off.
The Georgia was steaming at ten knots
nln tliu nliwl nil..I. ..1?
if the gun. The unexpelled gas? ? or cloth9
k'cre driven bark by the breez.- into th?
ireech of the gun and out upon the powler
charge which was Just about to be lnerted.
The explosion followed. The cause
f the accident, therefore, will without
loubt be set down to the ambition of the
;unriers to make a record practice In point
if speed. Had the air blast been kept on
or a second longer In all probability the
ccident would have been avold"d. Three
hots from an eight-Inch gun in a turret
n one minute or ten shots from both guns
n a turret In two minutes to record prarIce
and there Is reason to believe that
jieut. Goodrich's turret crew were about to
maah that record.
Conclusions Summarized.
The conclusions of the board are sumnarized
as follows:
The charge was not Ignited by a blown
lectrlcal fuse of a short circuit, nor by an
lectrlc spark from any electrical device
n the turret.
The charge was not ignited by a percuslonal
or frlctlonal spark.
The charge was not Ignited by a spark
r cinder falling Into the turret from
utside.
The charge was not Ignited as a result of
ny condition due to deterioration of the
owder.
Finally, the board concludes that the
harge was Ignited by a delayed flareback.
ARMY AND NAVY.
Army Orders.
Capt. Homer B. Grant, Coast Artillery
!orps, is relieved from duty with the 89th
ompany and placed on the unasslgned list.
Second Lieut. John Phllbrlck, Coast Arllery
Corps, is transferred from the SUth
ompany to the 118th Company, at Fort
lonroe, Va.
First Lieut. James E. Wilson, Coast Arllery
Corps, unasslgned, at the Artillery
chool. Fort Monroe, Va., will proceed to
ort Moultrie, S. C., for duty.
First Lieut. James Totten, Coast Artll ry
Corps, will proceed to the naval prov.
? J T .. .1 i T * -1 ? ? 1 *
ie ft1 uunu, i uuiftii nruu, aium ior lemorary
duty for a period of fourteen days
uring the month of August pertaining to
le developments In smokeless powders.
Capt. Arthur P. S. Hyde, Coast Artillery
orps, is assigned to the l.'IOth Company, at
ort Adams, R. I.
Leave of absence for two months la
ranted Capt. James D. Reams, 30th Inintry.
First Lieut. John R. Kelly. 7th Infantry,
i detailed for general recruiting service at
letrolt, Mich., relieving Capt. James 1).
learns, 30th Infantry, who will join his
igiment.
Capt. Grayson V. Heidt, 11th Cavalry, wlH
'port to the superintendent of the United
tates Military Academy, West Point, N.
., for duty.
Lieut. Col. George Ruhlen, deputy ijuar rmaster
general, upon the completion of
Is duties at Fort Omaha, Neb., will proved
to Fort Riley, Kan., for the purpose
' consulting with the commanding officer
r mat post on oinciai nusineas pertaining
> the location of bull dings. and upon tho
jmpletion of this duty to return to his
roper station.
Second Lieut. E. It. Warner McCabe, Cth
avalry, ts relieved from further duty at
ort Riley, Kan., and will proceed to San
rancisco. and join his regiment at that
lace in time to sail with it for the PhilipInes
division September 5, 1907.
Leave of absence from about July 25 to
pptember 5 Is granted Second Lieut. E. R.
Earner McCabe, 6th Cavalry.
Leave of absence for three months is
ranted Second Lieut. Joseph F. Ware. 21st
,.l V- ? I.. I..... .ii.l
lIHIlir>, una lie in auiliuu?-ij iu su ur>i?iu
i*4 sea.
Ilintal Surpeon Ord M. Sorber. at San
ranelseo, Cal., will proceed to Fort Sne'lijr,
Minn . for duty, relieving Hent.il Si:rpon
Charles J. I,onK. who will proceed to
le Philippine Islands for assignment to
uty.
Naval Orders.
I,ietit. J. J. Hannlgan, to Albany.
Paymaster T. J Arms, to tlio navy yard,
rf-aieue Island. Pa.
Paymaster K. F. Hall, to N wport. 11. I ,
p"cial temporary duty; thene> to \.?shigton,
D C.. temporary duty bureau of
u^plU'S and accounts. Navy Department.
Assistant Paymaster J. F. O'Marn ftom
lull to the navy yard. Norfolk, Vn., In
linrtr.? accounts of vessels ?'f the second
Drpedo flotilla :it that vrtnl
Assistant Paymaster W. S. Zane. from
[opklns to Iowa.
Pharmacist P. J. Waidnor. to th * I'niUd
tates Naval Hoppital. Now Y? tk. N Y.
Naval Movements.
The Dolphin has arrived at Host on tho
hode Island at Bradford, R. I., the* Buffalo
PUfT^t sound.
The Vfncin!a has Failed from Cape Cod
ty for Bradford. the Terumr?*!i from Norilk
for Washington, t!;o Florida and Neida
from Newport for Now London, nnd
ic Wasp from Norfolk for I,e.?;:iie Island.
3u.es for Absolute Divorce.
Mrs. Ad'iio C*. I.inrtsley today filed suit
>r an absolute divorce from Ilr.ward N..
indsley. They wore married S-ptember
1s!H>, an I haw on<; child. Infidelity
alleged and a co-respondent n.uned. A u*
uney, William Kenry White.
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