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LOCAL MENTION.
AMUSEMENTS TONIGHT.
National?The Aborn Opera Company in
"A Runaway Girl." S:15 p.m.
RHas'-n?Charlotte Walker in "A Coun
try Mouse." 8:15 p.m.
Columbia?Guy Standing in "Impru
den. e," S:15 p.m.
?'base's?Polite vaudeville, 8:15 p.m.
< Jayety?The Ron Ton Extravaganza
Company. M 15 p.m.
Xw l.yceun ?The Vagabond Rur
le? Mpiers. s;15 p.m.
Four-mile Run?I.una Park, a fairyland
of Hinu.spinpnty. with concert and vaude
x lll?- show every ifternoon and night.
> "bevv Chase 7~ikc?Marine Rand con
tort. followed by dancing.
GI?-? Krho Turk?Rand concert, with
amusements.
EXCURSIONS TOMORROW.
Norfolk and Washington steamers for
]' ?)". Monroe. Norfolk. Newport News and
all points south every evening in the year
at I" o'clock.
Electric trains from 12th street and
Pennsylvania avenue to M^unt Vernon
hourly. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Arlington and
-VI' xandria every twenty minutes.
Ferry steamer l^iekawanna to Alexan
dria i very hour and a half from fi a.m.
to ?> p.m.
Steamer Charles Maealester for Mar
shall llall leaves Tth street wharf at 11
a.m. ? and p.m.
Steamer C nee.' Anne for River View
leaves Tth itreet wharf at 11 a.m.. 1':45
and ??: 15 p.m.
Trains for Chesapeake Reach leave Dis
trict line station at U.lo and 11 a.m., 2:30,
4. 7:45 and t?:45 p.m.
Steamer St. Johns, for Colonial Reach,
haves Tth street wharf at 8:45 a.m.
Homemade Milk Bread Is Best.
You can solve the bread question satis
factorily by having Holmes' wholesome
Homemade Milk Rread delivered fresh
from oven to table every ria\. Only
loaf. Homemade Pies. L"oc. Holmes' Rak
ery. 1st E sts. Phones I.inen. 144o & 1441.
????-?-?
Men's clothes cleaned thoroughly and
shaped as when new. Bornot, 1224 F st.
Siding, SI.50 Per 100 Ft. (a Big
t*,jt?. Libbev Co.. rtth .V- N. V. ave c.w.
Good Beer Is Positively Beneficial
lor every one. Pure, clean and well
aged. "<>ld Glory" meets every require
ment ot "'good beer." Have a case de
livered. Phone Abner-Drurv Rrewing Co.
Chicago Jewel Gas Ranges Are the
b< st. C. A. Muddiman & Co., 616 12th n.w
Boards Dressed Two Sides, $1.65 Per
loo ft Libbey & Co., flth N V. ave. n.w.
Blankets cleaned. Rebound with silk r b
t>>_>n without extra charge. Bornot,1224 F st.
Great Bear Spring Water. 4 Gal.,
r>"'c. Office. TiM 11th si Phone Main 3240.
John Moran Co., 2126 Pa. Ave. N.W.
We have the best <;a* Range In market:
in-in. oven. 5 burners and broiler. Only
SICall early and avoid the rusii.
Dressed Palings and Pickets, $2.00
per 100 Libhey ?<? Co. nth & NY. ave. n.w.
:
The subscription pricc of
The Evening and Sunday
Star is 50 cents per month.
Telephone orders to the
office will receive imme
diate attention.
CITY AND DISTRICT.
Trip of Rev. T. A. Buckley.
Rev. Timothy A. Buckley of the Apos
iolic Mission House, at Brookland. left
last Wednesday for Ireland, where he will
mike a study of the history of the Gaelic
language. Father Buckley is deeply in
terested in the efforts to revise that lan
guage and experts to obtain material tor
lectures on the subject
Watch Us Grow.
The Electric Line.
Cars for Baltimore every half hour on
the "dot." No walking or hiring of cabs
necesrp.ry in Washington or Annapolis.?
Advt.
Government Employes Should Take
advantage of the convenient hours adopt
ed by tiie Citizens' Savings Rank. 14'>6
N. V ave. Open s-.Uo a.m. to p.m.?
Advt.
University School Closes.
The University School held its closing
exercises yesterday afternoon. After tiie
presentation of medals the pupils and
their friends were entertained at luncheon
by the principal. Prof. Preston.
Those who received medals were:
Scholarship. Josiah Pierce; English. Al
exander Mitchell; attendance. Richard H.
Wiliner; athletics and gymnastics, Ed
ward S. Dove.
Summer Tourist Rates Via Baltimore
and Ohio
on sale daily to Jersey seashore re
sorts. Adirondack mountains, northern
New Yot k New England, Canadian prov
inces. Nova Scotia. Allegheny mountain
resorts, also to many western points. If
contemplating a rail or water tour for
pleasure or recreation consult agents at
1-flT *i street or 61t? Penna. ave. They
will be helpful to you.?Advt.
Large Gathering at Musical.
The pupils of Miss l.enora Marie de
iiiang-' last night gave a musicale at the
Kastern Presbyterian Church, tith street
a: d .Maryland avenue northeast, which
attracted a large gathering. The exercises
were held in the Sunday school room,
which was decorated with flags and bunt
ing.
Those who took part in the entertain
ment included Miss Beatrice Henning.
Rozetta Clark. Flora Palmer, Mae Wil
kerson. Willett Schotield. Mildred Elliott.
Helen I/irknood, William McCaffrey, Jo
sephine Vanhorn. Mamie Wilson. Dorothy
Ditmond. Ar.ita Dietrich, Miss Aubrey
1 owan. Mrs. Ohme, Mrs. I^ouise Carson
Hill and Einily Bradley.
June Brides Should Ride
in Downey's carriages.Styllsh.elegant.com
to> table. Hired reasonably. Stables, 102u L.
- Advt.
SI.25 Sunday?Bluemont & Return.
l.eave Washington & U:15 a m.; So. Ry.
?Advt.
A Lawn Fete.
A lawn fete was held last evening at
the Women's Christian Association board
ing home, 1T1!* Kith street northwest. The
grounds were lighted by Japanese lan
terns and ice cream and cake were served
at small tables. A large number of
friends gathered on the spacious lawn in
front. Miss Eliza D. Chittenden, violin
ist. accompanied by Charles Wilbur De
lano. played during the evening. Among
those interested in the affair were Miss
Amelia Homan. Miss Julia Smoot. Miss
Ella Dorsey. Miss Harriet Patterson. M;ss
Wysted Hawkes. Miss Josephine Slioody,
Miss E. Andrews. Miss Tevis, Miss
Wilkes, Miss M. Swift. Miss F Fryer,
Miss Belle Bocock. Miss Jean Sharet,
Miss Margaret Ashby. Among those
present were: Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mirick,
Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Bobbins. Mrs." R. H.
T Leirteld. Mrs. W. L Clift and Mr.
James Cllft. Mrs. James Rob bins. Prof. J.
W. Chiokerlng and Miss ("bickering. Miss
Sarah Wright. Mrs. Ramsay. Miss Kear
ney. Mr. Polley. Mr. Williams.
Government Supervision, Courteous
treatment, superior service. Citizens'
Savings Rank, 14o6 N. Y. ave.?Advt.
iHONOR MEMORY OF P. F.GERRY
??
MEMBERS OF ASSOCIATION
HEAR ADDRESSES IN EULOGY.
Career of Deceased as a Boy and as a
Man Described by Eloquent
Speakers.
In honor of the memory of 1'bllip !?'.
Gerry. Into of the stafT of The Star,
prominent in literary, musical. art and
educational circles, a inenioria! meeting
was held by more than M? of his friends
last evening in the lecture hall of the
Public Library. His character, accom
plishments and life work were eulogized
in the most Impressive manner.
The program was so arranged that the!
eulogies commenced with Mr. CJerry as a
boy and concluded with "Philip F. (Jerry. !
j the man. The latter was by Justice I
| Stafford, and its composition and the j
' poetic and eloquent way it was delivered
: was impressive, classical and beautiful.
Justice Stafford read several of Mr.
: tJerry's poems, the nature of which elear
, ly and convincingly expressed the cliar
j acter and ability of the deceased. The
speaker defined the noble purposes for
which Mr. ("Jerry lived and aimed, saying
he was a man of many moods and gifts?
when taken all together his full stature
j as a man and a scholar is fully realized.
I Justice Stafford concluded by saying:
"lie was a true man and poet?a lover
of the lover?and an Idealist. He loved
life."
Under Auspices of Association.
Tin meeting was held under the aus
pices ot the Philip F. Gerry Memorial
Association. T. Wayland Vaughan, vice
president, presided and Introduced the
speakers. He read a letter fror.i Dr. Kd
ivaru Everett Hale, expressing regret at
not being able to he preset.t. and re
ferring to tiie character and talents of
Mr. Gerry.
Mr. Gerry's dean and industrious hoy
hood was narrated by Dr. David T. Day.
Allan Davis spoke of "Mr. Gerry as a
I eueher. He said Mr. Gerry was an
ex- llent teacher and master of English
literature, and as a teacher of the latter
he left, his stamp on the three high
schools of this city. Mr. Davis said that
I he had an unusual literary acquirement,
an 1 possessed the rare faculty of prop
|< rly applying it and imparting it to others.
J I In- speaker emphasized the great moral
, qualities of the deceased, and concluded
| by saying his standards were "Courage,
I frankness and loyalty."
I As a Newspaper Man.
The eulogy ot Mr. Gerry as a lecturer
was offered by Miss Knnna M. Gillett,
and Mr. Rudolph Kauffmann, managing
editor of The Star, told of him as a
newspaper nmn. In offering his tribute
Mr. Kauffmann said he was not only i
speaking for himself, but for every mem- {
I her of tlie editorial department of The j
, Star In a short time, it was stated. Mr.
(Jerry won for himself a high and hon
, ored place in journalism, and in many
[ respects Ills newspaper career was unique.
, His excellent work in reporting public
| school matters and his book reviews were
recalled by the speaker.
"It gives rm- pleasure to say that In
made good in newspaper work from
i every point of view." Mr. Kauffmann said.
Mr. Gerry's musical talent and his love
lor the music of others, particularly the
classics, was told by Mrs. Suzanne Old
berg. and his interest and work in art
and iiis efforts in making his home city
one of beauty, were described by Glenii
Brewn of the National Society of Fne
Arts.
j "Mr. Gerry and the Literary Society"
was the subject of Dr. William H. Dali s
eulogy.
[ The meeting was closed after a short
j address by Dr. Day, who summed up the
i various qualities and acquirements and
accomplishments of Mr. Gerry, and who
made an appeal for subscriptions to the
memorial fund with which it is proposed
to establish a gentleman's library alcove
j in the Public Library. In this library,
which will bear the name of Air. Gerry'
| will be the classics which he loved arid
I th ? music which he sang.
$1.25 to Baltimore and Return.
Saturdays and Sundays via Pennsyl
vania railroad. Tickets good returning
until Sunday night. All regular trains
except the "Congressional Limited "?
Advt.
Marine Band Concert Sunday Chevy
Chase Lake. 7:30 to n p.m. Dancing after
music this evening. Delightful car ride?
Advt.
|
EXCURSIONS
? hevy Chase Lake gives everv evidence
of outstripping all its rivals if patronage
is a reliable indication. Even with in
clement weather the resort has been
crowded nightly, the concert audience and
attendance at the pavilion being large
every evening. The ease, comfort and
dispatch with which Chevy Chase Lake
can always lie reached is undoubtedly* re
sponsible for this condition of affairs.
Musical programs are rendered nightly
by the Marine Band Orchestra, with
dancing concluding every evening except
Sunday. Numerous other amusements
are. also provided.
Two or one day's stay at the famous
Chamberlin Hotel. Old Point Comfort,
and two nights on the water constitute the
magnet that makes the week-end trips
of the Norfolk and Washington Steam
boat Company already so popular. Com
bination tickets covering stateroom ex
penses and accommodations at the hotel
from Saturday morning to Sunday night,
or from Sunday morning to Sunday night!
are sold weekly at a special rate, good
lea\ frig I* riday or Saturday evening
Steamers leKy> 7th street wharf at (i:3o
p.m.. the usual sailing hour, for these
outings.
Offices are located at the wharf and at
~<C> nth street.
River View, the pretty resort in Mary
land. on the Potomac- river, near Fort
Washington, is now in full operation! and
daily trips are being made to the resort
by the steamer Queen Anne. Tomorrow
she will leave her wharf at this c-ity at
11 a.m.. 1!:4."> and fi:la p.m.. and. return
ing. will leave River View at 1. 5 and
p.m. The grounds and amusements
at the resort have been put in thorough
order and a pleasant day can be spent
at the resort.
Regular Saturday night and Sundav
morning trips to Colonial Beach will be
made this week, the steamer St. Johns
leaving her wharf here at 5:45 this after
noon and 8:45 tomorrow morning. These
week-end trips to salt water on the Poto
mac are among the most delightful out
of Washington, and offer an opportunity
for a long ride on the river, with a pleas
ant place to stop and plenty to amuse at
the end of the journey.
Those who go to the Beach Saturday
night will find all the hotels and board
ing houses open and ready to accoinmo
'date them, and those who go down Sun
day will have about tlve hours at the
B^ach for a pleasant Jme until ? p.m..
i whpn the steamer starts for home, and
will reach Washington after 10:30 o'clock.
These Saturday night and Sundav trips
will be made during the month of June
and the regular season, with daily trips'
will open about July 3.
It Pays to Deposit Your Funds
in (tanking dept. of Union Trust Co..
l.ith and H sts. All accounts draw inter
est and are subject to check. Capital and
surplus. {J.'.'oo.ouo. Gov't supervision ?
Advt.
Baltimore & Ohio R. R. Excursion,
Jl.oo to Harpers Ferry, Halltown. Charles
Town. Summit Point. Wadesville and
Winchester and return, Sunday, June 7
Special train leaves Union station 8am ?
Advt.
Sues Railway Company.
S%t to recover $10,000 damages from
the Washington Railway and Electric
j Company has been filed in the District
! Court by Annie C. Teller, administrator
of the estate of George E. Jackson. Jack
son was killed last March by falling from
a_ car at 1st and East Capitol streets.
Negligence is alleged. Attornevs Leckie
Fulton & Cox represent the plaintiff.
BAND CONCERT THIS AFTERNOON
White House, 5:50 P.M.
I". S. Marine Bawl. William H. Santelmann. Leader.
1. Overture. "The Flying Dutchman" Wagner
2. Yalse Lente. "Maesmawr" ificw) Onrti
3. Mosaic. "Romeo ami Juliet" (iounod
4. (a) "Arabesque".". Schumann
(h) Intermezzo. "Ali Baba" Lent
5. Waltz, "Quand l'Amour Meurt" Iremienx
(?. (irand selection, "La I'erichole" .(MTenbach
7. Fackcltanz "So. 1" .Meyerbeer
"Star Spangled Banner."
SOLOS AND CHORUSES.
Musical Entertainment by Young j
Ladies of Trinity College.
As a continuation of their commence*- j
ment week exercises the young ladies of i
Trinity College. who presented a play .
Thursday, gave a musical entertainment
yesterday, in which the Glee and thel
Kurydice clubs took the leading parts, j
The program was as follows:
"Tannhauser" (Wagner-Weber). Eury
dice ("Iub: "Welcome. Pivtty Primrose"
(Pinsuti), (Ilee Club: "La Fileuse" (RafT).
Miss Kratzei ; "The Nightingale Has a
Lyre of Gold" (Whelpley). Miss Kelly;
"La I.isonjera" (Chaminade). Kurydice
Club; "My Lady Chlo" '* iClough-Leigh- |
tcr). Glee Club: "Saint d'Amour" (Klgai
Marchisio), Kurydice Club; "Drink to Me
Only with Thine Eyes" (Mozart-Stewart).!
Misses Baillargeon. Amy Lardner. Mc
Grath and St root man: "Canzonetta"
(D* Ambrosia). Miss Amy Lardner;
"Dreaming" (Shelley), Glee Club.
$1.25 Sunday?Bluemont & Return.
Leave Washington 9 & 9:15 a.m.; So. Ry.
?Advt.
OUTING IS PLANNED.
League of Republican State Clubs
Also Seeks Permanent Home.
The executive committee of the league
of Republican State Clubs of the District
of Columbia at a recent meeting held at
the Pennsylvania Club. Henry M. Camp,
president of the league, presiding, selected
Saturday, July 2T>, as the ?.ay for the an- j
nual outing of the league, and a commit- ,
tee was appointed to attend to the de- |
tails. The committer was composed of
Edgar C. Snyder. Nebraska, chairman;
Phi'.lip Buettner. Wiseons n; Middleton
Smitii. New York: Noble N. Potts. 111 i
nois. and Gus A. Schuldt. District of Co
lumbia.
A committee of three was appointed by ;
the chair to look into the matter of ob- J
taining a suitable permanent headquar- :
ters for the league. j
Baltimore and Return. $1.25.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad,
every Saturday and Sunday. All trains,
both ways, both days, except Royal Lim
ited. City officer. 1117 G st. and Ul'J
Penna. avc.?Advt.
Money to lend at 5 and (i % on real estate.
Frank T. Rawlinga Co., 1505 Pa. ave ? j
Advt.
HELD f6r GRAND JURY.
James F. Crown Charged With
Criminal Assault.
James F. Crown, fifty-two years old, a
collector, was given a preliminary hear- j
ing this morning before Judge Kimball ,
of the Police Court upon the charge of
committing a serious assault on Annie j
Beverly, a thirteen-year-old girl, living
at 1527 15th street, and was held in $4,000
bond for tiie action of the grand jury. It
was stated that the defendant called at
the 15th street house yesterday morning
to collect a bill. and. finding" no one in
the place but thf child, committed the
assault charged. A complaint was made
to the police shortly afterward and Crown j
was placed under arrest by Policeman Mi.- |
Quade of the second precinct.
The defendant absolutely denies the
charge against him. and declares that a !
further investigation of the case by the
authorities will prove his innocence. In ,
default of the requisite security the pris
oner was remanded to jail, pending fur
ther investigation of 'he case.
J. H. Small & Sons, Florists,
14th & (,i. Wash.: Waldorf-Astoria A- 1 l.V.
Broadway. N.Y. Steamer orders specialty. I
?Advt.
Branch Star Office,. 14th & U Sts.
Centner's Drug Slor^-. at 14th and li !
sts. n.w.. is a branch Star office, where
advertisements are received at regular
rates. Wanted Help. Situations and
Rooms for Rent advertisements cost only j
1 cent a word.
LOCAL OPTION ON DANCING.
Each Good Templar Lodge to Per
mit or Ban Terpsichore.
The members of the International
Lodge of Good Templars, in triennial ses- I
sion in Pythian Temple, consumed the |
greater part of the morning in discussion
as to whether the ban on dancing should
be raised.
Near the dose of the session a decision
was reached to allow each Grand Lodge
to determine the matter for its re
spective jurisdictions. Heretofore it has
been the steadfast rule r?f the Internation
al Lodge, it is stated, to bar from mem
bership those who persist in dancing.
Near the close of the session a charter
was granted to a Scandinavian junior
grand lodge of Connecticut.
The session dosed shortly after 1
o'clock. At 2.:.'!') o'clock about 20U visi
tors went to Mount Vernon to spend the
afternoon.
A delegation from the convention called
upon Ambassador James Brycc at the
British embassy yesterday afternoon. The
wonk of the Good Templars was ex
plained te> the ambassador, and his in
fluence for tlie temperance cause was so
licited.
The ambassador made an address, in
which he told the templars in attend
ance he was in full sympathy with their
work. He did not allude to temperance
legislation, however.
Superior to Lemonade.
Horsford's Acid Phosphate.
A teaspoonful added to a glass of cold
water, with sugar, makes a t'elicious tonic.
?Advt.
White Ribboners Meet.
The l^e Droit W. C. T. V. held its last
meeting for the summer at the home of
the president. Mrs. Sidney Phillips, the
Imperial, June 4. The attendance was 1
fair and the union was honored by the
presence of the District president. Mrs.
Clinton Smith. Notice was given that at
the next meeting a motion would be made
to amend the constitution, changing the
time of the annual meeting to October.
At the suggestion of a member of Lu
ther 'Memorial Church it was voted to hold
the meetings of the union next year in
the parlors of that church, if they can be
obtained.
$25.50 to Chicago and Return,
Baltimore and Ohio R. R..
June 12 to ltf. good returning until 27th.
Solid through trains, with diners, leave
Washington 1:22 and p.m., arriving
Chicago 9:45 a.m. and 5:15 p.m. next day.
?Advt.
The Bruen Home in New Quarters.
On account of the increasing number of
dependent children who are being placed
in its charge, the Bruen Home has se
cured the Waggaman house at &kl and O
streets northwest for a home.
Architects to Elect Officers
The annual meeting and election of of
ficers of the Washington Architectural
Club w ill he held this evening at S o'clock
in the rlubrooms. 729 15th street. It is
expected a large number of the members
will be in attendance to congratulate the
incoming officers.
NO DAMAGES SUSTAINED.
Union Station Commission Refuses
to Report Award.
Tin* I'nion station grade damage com
mission. composed of Charles A. Hak'-r.
George W. Moss and George Spransy.
today reported to the Supreme Court of
the District its appraisements as to the
damages alleged to have resulted to the
real estate on the west side of North
Capitol street, between Massachusetts
avenue and G street northwest from
changes made by the District Commis
sioners in the grades of North Capitol
street and the alleys in square ?>-?"?. in
connection with the terminal improve
ments.
The commission found that the prop
erty involved had enhanced in value ow
ing to the establishment of the new sta
tion and the incidental improvements, and
that the increase in the value ?f the
realty offsets the damages resulting from
the changes of grade. The commission
aecoidingly awarded no damages to any
of the property owners.
The claimants were represented by At
torneys Hamilton & Colbert, Edmund
Brady. Henry I. Quinn, Alexander H.
Bell and l,eo Simmons, and A. I^eftwich
Sinclair, special attorney for the District,
appeared for the government.
The next claims for damages to he con
sidered by the commission will be those
filed by the owners of property- on the
south side of K street between North
Capitol street and New Jersey avenue
northwest. The commission will view litis
property Monday next, at 4 o'clock p.m..
and will meet on the day following, at
a.m.. and begin the hearing of tes
timony for the claimants regarding the
damages sustained by them as a result
of the change made in the grade of E
street.
North Carolina Siding, $1.50 Per
100 ft. Frank Lib bey & Co.. 0th and N.
V. ave. n.w.?Advt.
You Can Take Advantage of Your
opportunities if yo.i have mopey in our
bank. Citizens' Savings Bank. 14?w; N. V.
ave.?Advt.
FUNERAL OF T. S. PAXTON.
?_____
Services Tomorrow From the Resi- I
dence?One of Oldest Odd Fellows.
Funeral services over the remains of '
Thomas S. F'.ixton. who died "Wednesday. !
will be held at the residence. Grant road >
I
and Wisconsin avenue, tomorrow after
noon at o'clock.
The deceased was one of the oldest
members of Covenant Lodge of Odd Fel
lows.
Before the advent of the electric ears
he conducted a line of omnibuses for
the transportation of passengers between
Tenleytown and Georgetown.
Sixty-Nine Middies Deficient.
Sixty-nine students in the second, third
and fourth classes at the Naval Academy
this year have been found deficient in
their studies in their tinal examinations.
Nine of, these were in class "J. twenty-one j
in class " and thirty-nine In class 4. j
Thirteey of the students will be dropped, j
nine will be turned back." others will be 1
re-examined and some will be allowed to j
resign.
Store Your Furniture
in our great modern fireproof storage
warehouse. Best storage facilities in
Washington. Washington Storage Co..
Inc., 4??i S. Cap.?Advt.
No Need for It.
There is many a thing lying around
the house for which you have no need.
In fact, it is in the way. A Sale-misc.el
laneous ad in The Star will bring you
money for it. You can then get what you
do need. The cost of a try is small.
Announces Railroad Appointments.
The appointment of G. B. M. Arnold as
agent of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad
at Uyattsville. Md.. has been announced
by O. If. Mobbs. superintendent of the
Baltimore division.
G. M. Miller, formerly agent at Uyatts
ville. has been transferred to the tele
graph department as an operator at Alex
andria Junction. Md.
Could Lay Slate Pencil in One?
Hands in Dreadful State?Dis-i
ease Defied Remedies and Pre
scriptions ? Suffered S c v e n
Years.
FMffl A KIMMEHT
"I had eczema <>n my hands for about spveu
years and during that time I had Used several
so-called remedies, together with physicians' and
druggists' prescriptions. The disease was so |
bad on my hands tliat 1 could lay a slate pencil
in one of the cracks and a rule placed across .
the hand would not touch the pencil. I need !
. . -? Skin Lotion. Remedy
and others externally. Iwit I did not u->o any in- ?
ternal remedy, and while some gave partial re
lief. none relieved as much as did the first box
of <"utlcura Ointment. 1 made a purchase of
Cutlcura Soap and Ointment and my hands were
perfectly cured after two boxes of Cutlcura j
ointment and one cake of soap were used. I
now keep them on hand for sunburn, etc., and
use Cutlcura Soap for shaving. I could write a
great deal more In reference to my cure, but do ;
not want to take more of your time. William j
H. Dean, Newark. Del., March 2h. 1907."
CHILD SUFFERED
With Sores on Legs. Cured in
Two Weeks by Cuticura.
"My little daughter suffered with sores on lier
leg* all last summer. Ilrr feet were sore. ton.
and she couldn't wear her shoes. I think sin
was poisuiied by running through weeds, but the
doctor said it was eczema. I tried several reme
dies, but failed to find a cure. Then I sent for j
Cuticura Snap and ("uticura ointment, which
cured her in two weeks. I find Cutlcura the best
I ever tried for any kind of sore, aud I hope I
shall never t>e without It. Mrc?. Gertie I^tughlin.
Ivydale. \\: Va.. April 25. 1907." >
Complete External and Interna! Treatment for !
Kvery Humor of Infants. Children and Adults j
consists of Cuticura Soap (25c> to Cleanse the !
Skin. Cuticura Ointment f.VIci to Heal the Skin. '
and Cutlcura Resolvent tS??ct tor in the form of :
! Chocolate Coated Pills. 2.V per vial of Wi to
I Purify the Blood. Sold throughout the world. .
I Potter Drng ic Cbem. Corp.. Sole Prop*., Boston, >
I Mass.
? CJrMailed Free, Onucura Book uu Skin Diseases, j
CHILDREN BITTEN BY 006S
TWO OF THE CANINES PROMPT
LY KILLED.
William Slack. Aged 15; Louise
Sweeney. Aged 4, and Leroy Mur
I
ray. Aged 11. Su#erers Reported.
Attacks by three ?1 <- uj>'>n as many i
children wire reported to the police yes-;
terduy. William Sla k. tifliyn years old.
of 1<KK> "4th street northwest was walking i
through Washington Circle when a small
yellow cur leaped up and tut his hand. II'
was taken to his home fur medical treat-!
ment. and the dog. which showed syinp- j
toms of rahies. was shot by Policeman :
Grant of the third precinct
Louise Sweeney, four >cars old. of 7
Virginia avenue southwest was playing on |
the street in front of 10 street sout ii
west when a stray ?1or attacked her. She
backed away and the animal followed.
tinalU biting her on the leg. James II.
Klgin of <!'>.? 1. street southwest saved the
little pill from further injur\ by kicking;
the dog away and then killing i'.
The third sufferer was L?*?i'o\ Murraj.
eleven years old. of 122-.1;; Uuncan street
northeast, who was hit ten by a dog while
walking along the street near his home,
lie went io ti..' Casualty Hospital.
Owen-Taiioring Is Superb.
Finest fabrics-^-best workmanship. 4"j;i 11th.
? Advt.
$105 Round Trip to California
Via Washington-Sun et Route. Return
different route. Stop-overs. Standard or
Tourist berth. A. J-. Poston. gen'l agent,
IK>5 F st.. 7o.1 1.1th st. n.w.?Advt.
SENTENCE IS MITIGATED.
Policeman Breedon. Convicted of
"Hoodling," Fined. Not Dismissed.
After hearing the appeal of Private P.!
B. Breedon of the third polite precinct. I
found guilty of "hoodling" and rei om- ,
mended by the police trial board t? be re
moved from the force, the Commission
ers have referred the case hack to the
trial board and recommended that the I
penalty be reduced to . ten-dollar fine.
This action was taken upon th?>> motion j
of Commissioner West, who contenued ?
that from the testimony the penalty rec- !
ommended by the trial board was too j
severe.
It was pointed out to the Commission- i
ers by Attorney S. V. Cusack. represent
ing the accused policeman..that the trial
board based its penalty upon the allcga- '
tions that his client "concocted" a story
to strengthen his defense, and that while )
appearing as a defendant before the;
board about a year ago is alleged to have
offered false testimony. He argued that
inasmuch as these allegation.; of falsify
ing were not in the charge, ii was un
reasonable anil improper for the trial
board to include them i:i its findings. The
Commissioners agreed with this, and at
the conclusion of the hearing announced
that tin y will notify Maj. -Sylvester to
have Breedon tried upon the charges of
misstatements before the trial board.
CITY ITEMS.
Four Large Cans Pot Brand Pork j
and Beans for 2.1c. June s. at J. T. L>. !
Pyles" stores.
A Whisky of Supreme Merit.
We recommend Purissima Rye to every
one who wants a good whisky. It is su- :
perior in quality, smooth and beneficial.!
Wm. Cannon. 1221 7th n.w. Phone N. 12N
?
A Grateful Relief
from the same old style of cooking is ex
perienced when you dine at Bobinger's.
112 12th. The appetizing dishes stimulate
appetite. Private dining rooir.s.
An Ever-Welcome Dessert.
You couldn't have Connecticut Pies foi
dessert too often to satisfy the home!
folks. All good kinds fresh at all grocers'. <
No Beverages Like Heurich's Beers
?for hot-weather use. Deliriously refresh-!
ing. pure and wholesome. Your refrigera- j
tor should hold a case always. 2 doz.
Maerzen or Senate. si. 7.1. - doz. I?ager.
$1..1o; hot. rebate, .W. Phone W. 1000. j
Anything Electrical Out of Order?
Write or phone II. E. Ramsey. Si:; Mass.
ave. n.e. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Good Chance to Buy Wide Boards.
Special price on 12-ft. stock. <>. S. in and
12-in. wide. Kisinger Bros., 2109 7th n.w.
je.1-d.eSu.J8
Colonial Beach Cottage for sale?Gould's. ;
je.",-2t*
Good, First-Class Hay, 75 Cents Per .
hundred. Clarendon Smith, .1th and K.
Phone M. 2-t2. jel-tt
Blankets and Lace Curtains Cleaned
like new. Star Laundry Cleaning Co., KU.1
14th. Telephone. my29-10t*
Carpets Taken Up, Cleaned and
Stored. Lowest prices. E. P. Hinkel & Co.,
?ISh Maine ave. s.w. Phone Main 2025.
myUi'-tf
Every exacting requirement of refined
taste is met by Satin skin powder 4 tints.
PHOTO GOODS
At Anti- lf toii are a ilfvotee of photo?, j
raphy l>uv photo supplies here, j
I HlSt. You'll set the best ami at anti
PriOCS. trust prieef.
All Anti-trust I'hoto Dealer.
O e.14 '.Mil St. n.w.
ie.'i 14<l
Baking and marketing.
So many things to order
from butcher, grocer and
baker. Buy by telephone
this Saturday and you'll
never go back to the old
way.
Are
You
11 o
722 12th Street N.XV.
I .oral and I.ong-clistancc Telephone.
M
IXH depends
on using the
right ads in
order to make advertising
Good Advertising.
We write the
right ads to
make advertising
good advertising.
L. P. Darrein Adv. Agency,
r r. T.,-r..tl ItliOlllO. tit2-ior. t?M. j
R W ? '?>"?'"? S.*?' ?'????
jr. X. llurle/. Phone Main J
BUST FRESH ELGIN
BUTTER, PER LB., 27c.
"None better can he produce'd." ii > oil pay
^50 per 11>. you are buying identically the >ame
grade we sell at 27c. Try ours. ami if you are not
thoroughly satisfied your money will he cheerfully
refunded.
OUR SANITARY BLEND
COFFEE AT 25c
?i> being used b\ more than one thousand fami
lies. Iluy one pound, make coffee Mr breakfast,
and if you are not highly pleased return it and \\ c
will charge y<m nothing for the making.
?THE ?
SANITARY GROCERY CO.
k:?>! H st. 11.0
Phone. I,ill?ll.
? i*M* 1> si. s.e.
Phone. Liiu-ti. *.?71.
I?<0 71! 1 st. s w
Phone. Main 7<Cl
.'Id and H sis. n.w.
Phono. Main 71 v_\
lltli st. n.w
Phone, North 7r.'l.
1 7th st. n.w
Phone, North ??lsSw
1."?tii and I' ?ts n.w
F'lione. North r?tiO
1(*'> Florida avf. n.w.
I'lione. North 4"_'K:.
"::237 M ST. n.w
Phone, West 1011.
Tin and Pa. ave. s.e.
Phone, Linen. 1
v> R. I ave. n w.
Phone. North
1'1 Monroe st.. Anacosiia.
Itionc, Linen. 5)1 u?
|o4 th. v;l I l|.< f
sti Sauterne, f
BOTTLED BY ?
CHRISTIAN XAXIIKK. i
A lisht. pleasant while ?
California wine. ?
$'? do?. nts. 5:: ."><? pis. ^
CHRISTIAN t
? XANDER I
? i
? Quality ?(fhC) ^iKhl 5vfr Phone M. UT4. i
? H??iish. ' w * v IviiJ O'liro \l> t,r;mrh houses ?
1
PA I XT BRUSH FREE. |
U t line's anything about I
Ijrunf tlia't needs painting. I
sci' llixigkin. Ilr Hill sup- ?
ply ii'.o materials needed to ?
<!?> t lir? work. Only strictiV j
reliable goods sukl. ?
?
Japanese Floor Varnish. ?
?Superior Screen Knmnel. ?
Decorative Enamels for furniture. ?
?Bathtub Enamel. guaranteed. ?
--Alabastine. for kitehen walls. ?
?Window ami Picture Glass. i
IH0DQK3N, y?3 rth St.
ji-r.-jt m
UNDERSELLING
ill
Put any price .pioted you in compel ition
witii ?>nr price and we'll win r.mr orders.
McQJLL & WALLACE,
11?'7 K. PRINTERS AM) PI BLISHERS.
je.VIOd
$ 1.00
J TO BALTIMORE OR S
? ANNAPOLIS t
? AND RETURN ?
i immm mmmm I
i r?.:;u p. m. until midnight, ?
Ithe electric!
I LINE i
I EVERY EVENING (SATURDAY *
; AND SUNDAY EXCEPTED),
i COMMENCING JUNE 1ST.
A splendid opportunity to enjoy a
cool. comfortable rid? in a co.il. com
fonalilf open car. and breathe t'tie pure
country air. without the contamination of
smoke, cinders or dust.
An ideal recreation for a hot summer
nijrht. Visit the Monumental City, its
numerous parks and other points of in
terest: take dinner at one ..f Baltimore's
famous river or haj resoits and return
home before midnight.
Tickets sold for cars leaving White
House Station, lr.th and II Sts. Northeast,
at and every half hour thereafter
till 7::;0 and at s :;i? p.m.; good returning
on date of issue only. je2-lf..K>
THE ELECTRIC LINE
Sec the < ireat Meet of
\\ arsliips
Sunday, June 7.
Our ears run direct to Xaval
Academy (iate.
Round Trap $11.25.
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AMUSEMENTS.
COLUMBIA
EVES., 25c to 75c.
MATS. THURS. and
SAT., 25c and 50c.
FIFTH E.NoRMOFS WEEK.
GUY STANDING
IN II. V ESMOND'S t'OMKIIY SUCCESS.
"IMPRUDENCE"
Next Week MI!S. I.EFFLNC.WELL'S BOOTS.
BELASCO
ULLHUUU SAT.. 25c and 50c.
TKII'MPHANT RET I 1IN TONIGHT.
^^sl'OjTTe m
IN ARTHUR LAW'S COMEDY.
A Country Mouse
Nest Week?BERNARD SHOW'S CANDIDA,
je 1 -Ot -.'!0
N
, l?U I E
I the People. I vV
x *
ALL THIS WEEK MATINEE DAILY.
Vagabond BurHesquers.
F1111> A Y - A M A T EI* U NIGHT.
Base Ball. Sundae. Iiine 7, <
CHICAGO vs. WASHINGTON.;
Automatic Imnnl; just like seeing the name;
direet wire.- Suiok** if vou like. Admission, Jo**.
Jel-6t,ir.
Daily Mats . 2.V A 2..<. .nV & ,.>c.
Last Wk. hut t 'ue. and a t ic Novelty Bill. Ar
nold Daly's Triumph. "The operator." presented
by L>ster Chamt*ers \ < lara Knott. A: wliin.nif
ovations. The Empire City Quartet with "Suininer
Time." Edw. Hlondell A- Co. A1 Alin>nt \ Mile.
D1111101U. Fr:m!i V Sevmour A Emm;*. Hill. Hairy
fc Hushes. Miers .V It >sa "Clog Maklnir in Brit
tanv" tV ?The' Fresh Air Fiend ' vitagraph. Next
& Farewell Wk - Almas Temple Arab Patrol, etc.
Seals now. Jel-tf.lO
QAVETYTH EATER
The foul.-1 place of \u.useni<'iit in the Citjr.
ALL THIS WEEK. M VTIN'EE EVEBY DAY.
WEBER AND RFSII'S
19;; TSSS M.
SPECIAL FRID W N l<. I IT.
CllORlS (ilKES' C() XT EST.
All new features. *1 he audience to
in cash f;:i/? ??.'?>
WlPI'I,Ali Pl:l< ES. >'4 "\IN<; CONCERTS.
-Next UV. j. THE ?JREA " ?"*4MAN SHOW.
jel-Ot.15 .
Ktli St.
Near F.
AMUSEMENTS.
ESTHER RURFKAII I.ODGF. NO 3. I O. O. F..
"ill hold an ice cream orlnlile at the homo ?f
.Mr. and Mrs. Morrison. 01'! Ij?l Capitol st .
next WHiifulay evening. Junp 10. Kmrhwlr
is corillally invited to attend
TONIGHT
AT
8:16.
850.
Me.
75c.
ARORN OPERA CO.
CAST OF 10O SINGKUS AND DANCERS.
A RUNAWAY GIRL.
Next Week?THK GEISHA.
Jel 8t.l2
ftJHEVY CHASE LAKE.
ifu
? (irnnd concert by large seetlon I". S. Mn
I II l ine Band every evening. Sunday* included.
VSv Darn ing week-day evenings. Admission free.
my:tl -tf.5
i-r,: LUNA PARK'
Free. I* V 11 fl ? ft 1111 Band Shell.
This evening. water hot se race*. All star va tide vile.
M.iI.el Rerra. comic o(?era star: Caldera. I'arl*
music ball star; Karl White & Co.. travesty
~tars: l?e Dlo'e European Star Animal She*;
Jobu Moffett and Clare Sister*, novelty singing
: and dancing stars, and Tim Ctonln (extra addi >1
attraction), musical comedy star. jel-St
Go to Glen Eclio Park
Every amusement. Cool, plet.irescue.
Beautiful trollev riile on Potomac. mySO If 4
EXCURSIONS.
f lOj ROUND-TRIP TO CALIFORNIA,
Via Wa-hington-SuTis-M Route.
? RETCRN DIFFERENT ROUTE.
Stopovers.
STAN DA It J ? OR TOl KIST BERTH.
A. .1. PoSTON, ??en?TH I A (rem.
F ?i. u.w. "??."> loth st ti w.
jert-tf.S
For Marshall Ha8I
STEAMER i IlARLES MACALESTER.
Dally, 10 .i.iii., and *?:-!<? pm
Sundays. 11 a.m.. 2and 6:30 |i.u?.
Dinners and I'lin-he*. Music and dancing. All
amusement-. Fair, round trip. 2>V: children. I.V.
MT. VERNON da lit i.Sutidays excepted*. Fare
round trip, including admission to grounds and
mansion. 75e. jeO-tf
I NOW OPEN.
?
{ MfctiX N?W ATTiSAGTfiOKS.
t Mi AKUlEttgffliS,
I mm?
0
? Fare. Round Trip,
j Sundays and Holiday* 50e
? All other days LT?<
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t
I
Train schedule in railroad column.
Tak ? New York avenue cars for lliwtrict
Line station. jeO-tf. K?
RIVER VIEW
Steamer Queers Anne
DAILY TRIPS. COMMENCING SATURDAI,
June 6.
PLENTY To AMI'SE. No Dl LL TIME.
MANY NEW AMUSEMENTS- THIS SEASON.
Ml SIC AND DANCING WEEK DAYS.
BAND CONCERT SUNDAY.
Steaiuer Queen Anne leaves 7th street wliart
week days lo a.m.. i:l"i and ?>:4."i p.m.; Sunda;a,
11 a.m.. 2:4.*i and 0:15 p.m.
FARE-Adult*. 2-V; Children, 1 -V.
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N
orffolk <& Waslhnrcgtcm
Steamboat Company,
FOR FORT MONRoK. NORFOLK NF.WPoRt
NEWS AND ALL POINTS SOUTH
Leave Washington daily at ?!:.'io p.m
Arrive Fort Monroe 7 On a.m.
Arrive Norfolk k:HI n.ui.
Arrive Portsmouth v;ii? a.m.
IT7For further information apidy at geneial
ticket offlce. 7?Vi 141ii st.. Colorado bids t te e
phone Main 1 ">li01. or 7th st. wharf itclcpim ??
Slain ."7<!ih. W. II. CALLAHAN. Gcu Pass. Act.
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COLONIAL BEACH,
Washington's Atlantic City.
Speciafl Week=end Tripsi
STEAMER ST. JOHNS.
From River View wharf. foot 7rh st. s.w., Sat
urdav. June ft. at .":4ft p.m.; Sunday, June 7. at
8:4," a.m.. AND EVERY SATURDAY AND MA
HAY durlug June. Home again Sunday about
10:30 p.m. Enjoy n pleagaut ride and a salt
water l>uth. Oo boating, bathing an 1 flshlug.
Fare, round trip:
Saturday, in-day ticket H
Suiidav. K.M>d day only 7?<n;
COLONIAL REACH HOTEL OPENS JUNE U.
Stops made at Alexandria going and returning.
Je4-3t.2't
SIGHTSEEING
AUTOMOBILES
FOR PRIVATE PARTIES.
Autos seating St persons may he chartered for
afternoon or evening trip* to liic park or sub
urbs for *10.00.
Pliouc Main H221. Cor. 7th at. and Pa. i>r.
jc4-:>t*
FAST ELECTRIC
FROM POST OFFICE CORNER TO
MOUNTVERNON
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
EVERY HOUR ON THK HOUR
FROM 10 A.M. TO 3 P.M.
nilil2-tf.!C
FerryService^Aiexandria.
Steamer lju-kaujtina every HOUR and A
HALF. ? : .m. to 1 p.in. dally and Sunday. C?-?
F A I* I*.. f ACH UAl<.,..,,,....,ia,,,,,,t4 va
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