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SUMMER RESORTS
The Star Resort Bureau has on hand over 500 different
booklets of Summer Hotels indexed and classified accord- v
ing to location of Resorts. You are cordially invited to
call at the main office of The Star and obtain any book
lets in which you are interested. :: :: :: ::
ATLANTIC CITY. X. J.
I\l< ill' ?1Hl
Arkansas aves.
LEXINGTON, .......
1 ?.| from ;?n?l Young's Pier.
Hotel Premise. extend tw-n. 1.: l??thing from
fc?u.-e. private IWliii.- >pr\|.n._ $? to $1
\% lilx-: ki :.'i up <l ly. Sat ???
le:i.2?t.eSM ? PAFL C. RO?Et RANS.
~Tjotel shoreham,
o--oan end Virginia a\e Elevator. IVivato j
bath- ??!>??? surrounding*. ?10 " iVrrv I
Booklet upon application. W R- ??>TrE\. j
j .
Miller Cottage, ",l"
Especially noted fo: If* $1 ,?rt
MO*lilr and n? until July 1. JeS-.tOt.4
mn t?-? _ ? ?r. % 'IVniu ave. and Beach.
L IijS if* - S'C.OTu1st house from Reach
and Young's i?i?-r. Excellent table. SpoiMal-'unr
rat... G W. 1 A I! MA NY ,1e.V.10t.4
The Allbemade, nI!rH(\'c..!ch.
cant modern family hotel, Capacity. .Wi.
tors. private baths. 4,???H? so._ft. pofcies. .
convenience: offers special June and July rat-. .
.Is flu $12.50 neeklv: $2 up daily. Exception
ally good table, excellent cooking; whit
Booklet. Sat. to Mon.. $?'*.50. J- P- COl r..
Je.V.i<>t.S
Frontenac,
rapacity. "J.W Modern, homelike. Will make
s'.e. ial terms $< up weekly. $1.50 up oally: Sat. ,
to Mon. InMudlng large ocean view rooms. I
mora! bed*. elevator. baths: superior tnble. sup
I. ie.i direct from farm; white service. Booklet.
1e I ::>??> V\ F. WATTS.
NEW PRINCESS HOTEL
(Fireproof), built of brick, stone and steel. South :
< an?liu4 ave 21 ml Ile.trh. Atlantic < ity. N. J
piers an*l l*onril\valk sit tract Ions. Entirely
new libcri'l management. CaiMflty. 400 g'iest?.
]m> rooms with bath, single, en suite. Spac'ons
piazza>: Klevritor to str?*rt. Kxcrllont table
Whit- service o.-c'iestrn. T-rms. American
plau. ??.Ao to *15 00 weekly; tt.im to n? dally.
Special season and family rates. ARSOLI TKLY
THE FINEST H??TEL ANf? LOCATION Foil
THE PRICE. Write for new literature.
Je4.trtt.14 CHAKI.ES E. COl'E. Propr
Hotel Clargnndom, neVr^eaclTand
S'^V;'y,- ''0>U,h lneetS tr"iM; I>. NF.IMAN.
Grand AtHamtic Hotell,
Virginia ave. an(l the Reach. \tlantlc City. N. -T.
Capacity, win quests. Hot and tvt'd sea water in
all batlis. private and public. Orchestra. Terms:
American plan. $12 r>?T week up: European plan.
*1 (Ml per ?la.v up. Write for literature. Coaches
li.eet trains.
Jel Wt-10 CHARLES E. CorK. Prop.
Phillips House, "aTff
Open all year. f'reProf>t;,?,T i mc
Refined family h'-use. F?P. PHILLIPS.
lel -'.Ot 4
Motel Yarmmoith,
Half block on the ocean front. Every room has
ocean view. Capacity. 300. Tllevator, private
!?<itlis. etc. Porches overlook V-oanhvalk. < uislne a
feature. White service. $12.T?0 to 325 weekly.
The CarltonT" K.'r
for its home comforts, appolnfments and table.
Select patronage. CIIAS. P ZAZZALL
my::i Srtr.il
New aarionATSV^Kr1,
F'evator to street level. Open all year. Send for i
Booklet. imytl-30t.4> S. K. BONIFACE. ]
Conn. ave. and Beach. !
'? Ideal location. Large, i
?iry rooms: excellent table; hoineUke: $S to $12
weeklv; capacity. 150. A. M. DL'NN. I
my30-fl0t i
Cosmos iialS, B,?.k ^"^.rdwaik.
$1 tip daily. $X m> weekly.
mT23-sa.Su.f,14t.4 MILLS & MILLS.
.Maryland ave.
il? near Reach.
Open all year. Capacity. 2r0. Private h??is.
elevator, etc. Rooklet. O. C. MILLER.
mySO-?.Ot-4
^ s,e- Home cotn'
fort; taoie; $1.25 up daily.
$7 np weekly.
my:iT SOt-4 F. C. tV ARRCRTON.
Berkshire Inn,
$2 UP dallv; $0 to $17.so weekly. Capacity.
"t^SKT Mti: 0%
HOTEL IROQUOIS.
Ocean end South Carolina ave. Best location.
Center of all attractions. Elevator. Steam heat.
Room* en suite, with private hatha. S'in parlor*.
Orchestra. Capacity. 400. Special. $ID. $12.50. $15.
$17.50 weekly Satnrday to Monday, $4 50. Book
let W. F. SHAW. my2i-301.8
Hotel DermiSo
This hoaw la delightfully located directly oa
the beach, and has an unobstructed view of tha
ocean and boardwalk.
ap24-52t.eSu.10 WALTER J. BFZBT.
HOTEL MAJESTIC. VIRGINIA AVE. AND
Reach: close to steel pier; ocean view; capacity
?/*>? elevator, private baths, etc.; superior ta
ggsfer * TaSSk. d? filis.
GALEN HALL,
HOTEL AND SANATORrL'M,
Atlantic City, N. J.
A few weeks In otir comfortable and elegant
bouse, with every modern convenience and supe
rior table and service, will be a great restorer.
Baths for pleasure or health for ladles and gen
!>m?n. with trained attendants only.
my22 3"t 12 F. L YOFNC. General Manager.
HOTEL CORNELL,
Maryland ave. and the Beach; a few stens of
Steel Pier. Superior location. An excellent modern
hotel, with capacity of 2.V>. Offering everv ap
r olntmetit. with unexcelled cuisine and service at
tr-vierare rates. A. J. FREIHOFER Manager.
Hotel ostend,
Boston ave. and Boardwalk. Whole block ocean
front. Atlantic Citv. 400 rooms overlook ocean;
l'.<?-wi?h bath; sea water bat**: heated sea wa
t?r swimming pool: cuisine excellent: orchestra.
Terms. $12 50 to $20.00 weekly. American plan.
Coach meets trains. Literature mailed.
myl>--3??t.l0 r>. P. RAHTER. Mgr.
.The St. Charles,
ATLANTIC CITV. N. J.
Most select location on the ocean front. Dis
tinctive for its elegance, exclnslveness. blgh
rlast patronage and lil>eral manaeement. Sea
vater in all baths. Illustrated liooklet.
mvl<-30t.l0 XEWLIN HAINES.
Hotet WiEtshlre,
Few feet of steel Pier. Improved throughout.
Capacity. S.V). Private baths, elevator, etc Or
chestra" Tuisipe of est>ecial evceilence. Special.
Mr>v and .lune. $12 50 up weeklv. Booklet. New
msnag- n?etjt. HARRY ROTHMAN.
my lM-.1Qt.7
HOTEL" JACKSON,
front on Virginia ave. Overlooking the Steel
l'ier. Capacity .'UJ0. New throughout. Elevator.
Ocean-?lew r-H-ms with bath. Orchestra, etc.
American ant! European plan. June terms. New
management. J. H. GORMLEY.
nivlK-.'{rtt.7
A!
ILFilT
THE LEEDS COMPANY.
mrll-52t.eSu.10
11
r m ?T,' r o Ocean end Kentucky
ILcdL - i-PIli iw?lu ave. Modern appolnt
! :cnts: Fiipcr.or table. Special. $S up t^eekly;
Sat. to Mon.. S. J. KELLEY. Owner & Prop.
my!2 -0t.4
HOTEL STRAND,
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
ALWAYS OPEN. CAPACITY. 300
On the ocean front new throughout, with every
? ppolntmenr FRESH AND SEA ^ ATRR
R \THS Sinule and en suite t.olf driving.
rarac?*. Ro<>klet and rate? on application
F R OFF H. C. EDWARDS.
Manager Arst. Mgr.
aivl7 in
"SEASIDE HOUSE,
Directly on the ocean front.
?e* water bath* Open all the rear.
rwrlVSOt ft F P COOK'S <OVS.
HOTEL TRAYMORlT
ATLANTIC CITY^N. J.
Open throushout t?> year.
A hotel celebrated for it* horn'- comforti.
TRAYMORE HOTEL CO.
Chas O Marquette, ^'jr. I>. 8. Whlie. Pres't.
ftiyl.VSnt.10 *
liilTKI. N KW EN'il.ANO.
South Carolina ave. and the beach. Private I'atha.
?levator; *un parlor: capacity. 3o0. Superior
table. Special June rate*.
inbl5 90t 5 BRYAN & WILLIAMS.
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
THE H0LMHUR5T,
Pennsylvania ave. near beach; unobstructed
ocean view; private baths; 'aeventy-two station
ary waslistands. w-ith hot and cold running wa
fer in. bedrooms: elevator to street level; ca
pacity. 300. Hotel electric coach meets train*.
Literature upon request.
an2tt-00t.lQ HENRY DARNELL.
HOTEL MORTON,
Virginia ave. near beach. Atlantic City. N. J.
i Open all the year. Fine table. Suites with
private bath. Handsomely* furnished. Terfect
sanitary arrangements. Elevator to all floors.
Special rate* for June. Capacity. 2.V).
Mr?. N. R. HAINES. Owner and Prt-piMor.
fel-I.VOt-iO
EL WOOD, 5US3?
rate baths. May and Jnrfe, |10 up weekly.
ap2S-60t.4 Mrs. H. N. SMITH.
THE MOST POPULAR AND ATTRACTIVE Ho
tel for Washington visitors Is HOTEL BOIlTON,
ocean and Tenn. ave.; homelike: moderate ratea;
renter of all attractions. E. B. VOORHEES.
apl6-tu.tb.sa.Su.30t,4
ASBURV PARK, N. J.
NEW HAMPSHIRE, GRAND AND SfcWALL
ares.; $8 to $12 weekly; R minutes from de
pots. boardwalk or Autiltorlum.
m.v27-100t.4 F. JORDEN.
HOTEL VICTORIA,
ARBURY PARK. X. J. NOW OPEN.
Pacing ivon and boardwalk; steam heated; sun
parlors: rooms en suite. ..Booklet.
mrl'Vsa.Sn.tu.th.lm.ft S. KEMPE.
BEACH HAVEN. !*. J.
1
Opens June IS. The best combination of seashore
feature* on the const. Matchless bay for sailing
and fishing: perfect beach and bathing. T?:a
Engleslde has all the modern conveniences, pri
vate bath* with sea and fresh water. Booklet.
R. F. ENGI.E. Manager. myi-?0t.l0
I.OXGPORT, J.
THE DEVONSHIRE. LONG PORT. N. J. UNOB
strncted ocean view from every room: every
appointment and convenience. Special rates to
July Booklet. W. BOICE. Jcfi-.t0t.4
OCEAN CITY, X. J.
Hotel Strand, 0?nsa junVVV.ces
ocean: large. cool rooms, single or en suite: ex
cellent cuisine and service; orchestra. Special
June rate*. Booklet. K. A. YOUNG.
jeH-:{i't,4
HOTEL MAYBERRY.
Centrally located, near beach and all attrac
tions: fine ocean view: spacious porches; table
and 1 veils first-class: electric lights: artesian wa
ter: rooms en suite, with hath: day rates. $2.
$2..V>: special season rates. Booklet.
inyl&-tu.th.sa.;?M.7 S. H. MAYBERRY.
SPRING LAKE. X. J.
THE ALLAIRE,
DIRECTLY ON THE BEACH.
Booklet. E. M. RICHARDSON.
niyl7-Su.tn.th.*a.2St.4
??
CONNECTICUT.
THE GRUSWOLD,
EASTERN POINT.
NEW LONDON. CONN.
Opens Jane 20 under new manageaient.
FINEST SIMMER RESORT HOTCL IN
AMERICA. 2S hours from New York.
Unequaled Sailing. Bathing, Aatoajobiling.
Driving. Tennis. Golf. Dancing.
For booklet, rates, etc., address
W. J. FLEMING. Mgr.. 71 Broadway. It.om 901.
Also Mgr. the Bellevlew, Bellcair. Fla.
my2-s.tn&th-2ttt-14
DELAWARE.
Hotel Henlopera
REHOBOTH BEACH. DELAWARE.
WALT BR BURTON. Owner and Proprietor.
Opens June 27
NEAREST OCEAN RESORT TO WASHINGTON.
REASONABLE RATES.
For booklets and information apply to WAL
TER BURTON. Hotel Oxford. Washington. D. C.
)e6 tf.14
MAINE.
Ottawa House Cottages,
Cushlng Island. Portland Harbor. Maine.
Open June 27.
New York office, Hote? Martha Washlncton.
Booklet. BOYCE & HATFIELD.
niyl2-t.th.s-26t.7
RANGELEY, MAINE; NEW COTTAGE; TEN
rooms and bath; most convenient location; one
mile boardwalk connects it with vlllag?; finest
boathouse on lake; will rent for season; terms
reasonable. Address MUNYON. R3d and Jeffer
son sts.. Philadelphia. Ph.
mh21.apl8.my2.23.Jetf.5t
NO PLACE LIKE. PORTLAND. ME.. FOR A
vacation. For illustrated booklet, etc.. write
M. C. RICH. Secretary Board of Trade. ?2 Ex
change at., Portland, Me. ap22-w,f,a.m-40t,4
MARYLAND.
Blue Mountain House,
In the Heart of the Blue Ridge
Opens Jype 20.
3Vi honrs from Washington. Elevation. 2.000
feet. Overlooking the beautiful Cumberland and
Shenandoah valleys. Electric lights, telephones,
hot and cold water throughout. Refined patron
age. All amusements. Booklets. ratea, etc. Ap
plv BOND & GIBBONS, Baltimore and Llgut
sts.. Balto., Md. Jett-30t,13
THE SYLVHA.
For particulars address Misses LA MAR. Brad
dock Heights. Md. Je5-3t*4
WESTERN MARYLAND R. R. NEW BOOK.
I Where to Spend
The Summer
F M HOWELL, G. P. A.. W. Md. B.R..
Jel 30t S Baltimore. Md.
FOR RENT? FURNISHED TWO-STORY COT
TAGE at Arundel on-the-Bay. near the beach.
For particulars address E. A. G.. Post Office
Draper ."i:?7. Anna|iolls. Md. Je3-w.sASu-3t
MITEL BMNOCK,
BRADDOCK HEIGHTS. MD.
OPEN JUNE 1.
For Permanent and Transient Guests. New
attractions for guests. Library. Dancing Pa
vilion. Pool. Tennis Court.
Write fi?r Iwwklet. "Beautiful Braddock.
P. E. LONG. Braddock Heights. Md.
mv20.T0t.10
THE AYALoN. ON CATOCTIN MOUNTAIN,
altitude. 1.20ft ft-, beautiful scenery; pure wa
ter: no mosquitoes; an Ideal place for rest and
recreation. For terina*apply to Mra. THOS.
I 11. MYERS. Braddock. Md.. R. F. D. No. R.
j my2" 30t
| Ocena City. Md.
! The Breakers- JETA*. ??,.?
i plumb:ngr Bathhouses. Until June la Applv to
Miss NEWTON. 13?H? 17th st. Jel-30t*4
THE 1'Ll.MHIMMU.v IIOTEI*?OPEN JUNE 10.
Choice location, directly on the beach: bath
I houses coiin^tod to hotel; oprh?-*tra: tnoneritt
rates. Booklet. Address H. T. SHRFVE.
j mvlft-vtot '
?THE GABLES.*' OCEAN CITY. MD.; 0>J
Baltimore ave.; near beach; nicely located;
terms. Apply Mrs. L. A. TV \ ATT.
Je4-th.sa.tn.3flt
massachisetts.
j Merrill Mall and Cottages,
East Gloucester, Mass.
An attractive place to s;>end the summer.
Fine location. Near bating, bathing, fishing.
TABLE A SPECIAL FE \Tl RE.
l'or terms address .
Je:t w.s&Su-12t Mrs. GRA< E I.. HI ELL.
MICHIGAN.
j Mount Clemens,
Michigan.
OPEN ALL THE YEAR ROUND.
Mount Clemena mineral batba are unrivaled
for the treatment of rheumatism and all nervous
1 and blood diseases. Two hundred bathhouses.
! hotels and boarding houses offer accommodations
and rates to suit all tastes and purses. Mount
; Clemens is delightfully situated 2o miles from
Detroit. Through trains from the east and
: u est vlajhe Grand Trunk railway aystem. De
troit sulurban electric cars every half hour
Illustrated took of Mount Clemena mailed free
Address
F. R. EASTMAN. Secretary.
Chamber of Commerce. Mount Clemena, Mich.
iuylt>-tu.tb.aa,20t,25
XEW HAMPSHIRE.
GRANLEDEN HOTEL,
LAKE SUNAPEE. N. H.
One of the finest hotels In thin country. Fish
ing the best. New fl hole golf course. lHrt tennis
courts. Boating, flue drives, etc. Six c->ttiiges to
rent. Write for circular. W. W. BROWN.
my2-s.8u.tuAth-30t-10
mm fiEiTiMTini
NEW CASTLE, N. H.
OPEN Jl'NE 27 TO SEPTEMBER S. 19??l.
Most l(lesl location on Atlantic coast; un
equsled facilities for golf. tennis. sailing ami
bathing; automobile headquarters, with garage
for 100 cars: beautiful clubhouse; cuisine, service
and music unsurpassed. Illustrated booklet.
- W. K. HILL, Manager. Portsmouth. N. II.
niT.Vtu.th.sa.2fit. 20
Waumbek Cottages
JEFFERSON. N. H-?WHITE MOUNTAINS.
Season. June to October.
Booklet. CHARLES V. MURPHY. Mgr.
Address Lakewood. N. J., until June 15.
ap2ti-Su.tu.th.sa-o0t.10
? NEW YORK.
IMS PlfcClD, AMMitaiCKt
111 111 In]?TI[L
OPEN JUNE is TO OCTOBER. GOLF. CA
NOEING. ALL ADIRONDACK ATTRACTIONS
For Illustrated booklet address THOS. PARKES,
2S5? 4th ave.. New York. my26-tu.th.sa-15t
THE SAGAMORE
On Lake George.
AN IDEAL RESORT ON THE
MOST BEAUTIFUL LAKE IN AMERICA.
T. EDMUND KRUMBHOLZ,
myl8-m.w.sa.2?tt.l4 Sagamore. N. T.
THE EARLINGTON,
Richfield Springs, N. Y.
GASH ERIE DE WITT. Proprietor.
Remodeled and renovated throughout.
The largest, most modern and up-to-date hotel
In Central New York. Opens June 20.
Opposite the famous Sulphur Baths.
GOLF. TENNIS. BOATING AND DRIVING.
Send for booklet, rates, etc. New York city
address, care the Bro7,tell, 3 East 27th *t.
Booklets at Star office. my2-sa.tu.th-3?M4
TWO FAMOUS HOTELS
ON THE LAKES OF THE
Adirotudacks
Under one general
supeivltjon and management.
Hotel
COnamplain
and Cottages,
Lake Champlain.
CLINTON COUNTY. N. Y.
One of the most magnlticent summer
botel? In America, In center of natural
park of *50 acres. OPENS JULY 1.
Golf, tennis, boating, bathing, fishing;
attractive social life; auto garage. Book
let and all Information.
NEW YORK OFFICE. 243 5TH AVE.,
Until July 1.
ROBERT MURRAY. MANAGER.
Two particularly fine cottages to rent.
Fort William
Henry Hotel,
Lake George. N. Y. $150,000 ?pent in
Improvements since last season. One hour
from Saratoga Springs: attractive and
charming; surroundings. Opens July 1.
Booklet and all Information.
NEW YORK OFFICE. 243 5T1I AVE..
Unttl July 1.
J. F. WILSON, MANAGER.
mv3-Su.tu.th.sn.esmyl7&.ie7.32t
l.nke Ueorge, N. Y.
HOTEL MARION,
LAKK <;rori;e. new yokk.
A resort where guests can spend a most en
joyable outing. Delightfully situated on West
Shore. Superb view; large, airy and bright rooms,
with or without private baths; farm connected
with hotel; fresh vegetables, poultry, milk and
fruit; fine macadam roads, with well equipped
livery. JOS. H. MARVEL.
Je2-tii.th.sa.Su.SOt.lO
Thousand Inland*. IV. Y.
The Hotel Frontenac
1,000 Islands, St. Lawrence River
OPENS JUNE 20.
A magnificent Hotel, delightfully situated on
an Island lu the-iit. Lawrence river. The favor
ite water for motor boats and boat racing. Fish
ing. rowing and all aquatic sports. An extreme
ly picturesque nine-hole golf course free to
guests of the hotel; also tennis and other sports.
For booklet and full Information address C. G.
TRUSSELL, Manager. Frontenac. N. Y.
(Also Mgr. Bon Air. Augusta, Ga.)
myl7-Su.tu.th.sa-30t.18
NOVA SCOTIA. X. B.
DIGBY. NOVA SCOTIA.
LOUR LODGE AND
COTTAGES.
Write for booklet, with ratea, floor plans, etc.,
to A. BROWN.
myiO-SuAs.l.lt.*
VERMONT.
up in Vermont
That's the place for a real vacation. Most de
lightful Summer climate; unequaled scenery;
to $10 a week at hotels, farm and village h.imen.
country camp* in heart of Green Mountains and
on shores of Lake Champlain: express trains from
New York and Ronton via Central Vermont line.
Send <5c for l.Vi-page ill. "Summer Homes." A.
W. ECCLESTONE. 3W Broadway, New York.
my24-Sn.tn.th.sa.30t.lO
PENNSYLVANIA.
BmeT&a Vista Spring Hotel!
IN THE HEART OF THE BLUE. RIDGE.
OPENS JUNE a?.
2.000 feet above sea level; overlooking the
beautiful Tumberland Valley; coo, dry atmos
phere: no mosquitoes, no malaria: all Indoor and
outdoor sports: unexcelled cuM'ie: every modem
< iMivenlence; 3 hrv from Washington; 30 minutes'
rWe from Gettysburg. Booklet.
EDWARD DAVIS. Manager.
210 Professional bldg., Paltltnore, Md.
my.10-30t.i4
HOTEL WESAUKING.
Lake Wesanktng. Bradford Co.. Pa. Alleghany
Mts. Now open. New marvszement. Write for
rates and Booklet. Best fishing It. country. Driv
ing. All ?;K>rts. H. W. CHRISTMAN, Prop,
je.l-.'tnt
ESSICK HEIGHTS. PA. THE ESSICK 2.5O0
ft. In Allcghenl.s. Golf, tentils. fishing, or
? hcKtra. casino; furnished cottages; ste^tnn a ,
excellent cuisine: liooklet.' H. M. E5v-K-ik.
ni.v2ft-aot.4
ARANDALE HOTEL. BEDFORD. PA..
Opens June 1. Guests will have free use of the
mineral nnt?r? both at hotel and springs. Its
own farm gives to the table products par ex
cellence Terms moderate. Booklets.
mv22 30t*? ALS1P A SMITH
PELA WARE WATER GAP. PA
THE KITTATHNNY,
Delaware Water Gap. !*??? ?
NOW OPEN. Largest, best appointed and the
lending hotel. Write for liooklet sho?'ing_ ex_
terlor and interior of hotel and Klttatlnny J*ari
scenes. G. FRANK COPE. my.-ir
VIRGINIA.
ORKNEY SPRINGS AND BATHS.
? t? L 1?0S. under new management.
'100 to J2.<>0 per day. Send for booklet.
I mV2? ?^i?TER-.rr?P ? brings. Va.
THE ELKTON.
j u.',,/n >'ay 1. The celebrated Elk Llthla Spring
1 or i!rri..n#ho|e.1 br Ifavlty. A no more pleasant
or heelthfui place can be found. Send for Book
I 2m-sot* bnAWBAU?P- Prop- =>kto?. Va.
SUMMER RESORTS.
VIRGINIA.
JORI>.VN COTTAGE. OCEAN VIEW. VA.?OPEN"
June 1: reasonable rate*; home comfort*. Ap
ply Mm. DUDLEY A BATTS. Je5-.t*
And Summer Homes in High Altitudes on
esapiake & ?? raoav.
VIRGINIA HOT SPRINGS.
GREENBRIER WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS.
WARM SPRINGS. HEALING SPRINGS.
Old Sweet Springs. Sweet Chalybeate Springs.
Rockbridge Alum Springs. Natural Bridge. Red J
Sulphur Springs. Salt Sulphur Springs, the Alle
gheny Hotel. Bath Alum Springs. Mount Elliott |
Springs. Nlmrod Hall. Mlllboro. etc.
Stop-over privilege at White Sulphur Springs ]
and at Covington. Va.. for Virginia Hot Springs.
Excursion Tickets. Pamphlets and Summer |
Homes Folders at ticket offices. COO 14th st. and
513 Pa. ave. myl7-30t.42
Colonial Beorh, Va.
FOR SAIJ9-AT COl-OMAI. BEACH. VA.. rOUR- I
room anil attic furnished cottage; one Moek
from wharf: porches on three >4rie*: tine water; ;
fruit and shade trees: $950 cash to immediate j
buyer. Address 303. Station K, P. O.
jrf-ilt.pSn*
WEST VIRGINIA.
DELIGHTFUL COTTAGE. COMPLETELY FUR . j
a.m.I.: china, linen, silver: adj. '?grove**; swim- j
inlng nonl; hotel: $300 season: 3 hrs. from Wash.
Mrs. E. C. B REESE. Berkeley Springs. W. Va
Jefi-tf
In the mountains. 100 miles due west of Wash
ington. Nice place; good table; large company;
pleasant people. Fqt pamphlets, rates, etc.. address 1
rHAS. F. NELSON. Capon Springs. W. Va.
Ask Mr. Foster. JeS-flOt.H
In the Allegheny Mountains
RKOOKSIPE INN AND COTTAGES. Bmokslde.
W.Va.. 10 miles from Oakland, Md., B. A O. R.R.
A perfect mountain resort: fine table snpplled from
our own farms. For Vkl't write EJ.Klrkpa trick.
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HILL TOP HOUSE,
Harper's Ferry. W. Va.: good table: comfortable!
beds; grand mountain scenery. Try it this sea
son. T. S. LOVETT.
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THE LOOK WOOD AND ANNEX. HARPERS
Ferry, W. Va.. opens Jnne 10. Shady lawns;
table and service excellent. A.. P. DANIEL.
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AURORA HOUSE
ON TOP OF THE BEAUTIFUL ALLEGHENIES.
NEAR DEEIKPARK AND OAKLAND.
Open June 15. A select family and health re
sort. Refined environment. For booklet, terms,
etc.. apply J. A. SHAFFER. Rooms 506-507 Star
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LOAN COMPANIES.
Why Pay DO Per Cent
WHEN YOU CAN GET
Money at 3 Per Cent
On Your Furniture or -Piano?
No charge for drawing up papers. Nothing re
corded or published. Absolutely no publicity.
No delays. We never losr a customer, because
they ore all satisfied to deal where they can get
the lowest rates and most liberal terms. Remem
ber. this Is the rate allosfed pawnbrokers by
law. The pawnbroker holds the security. We
do not disturb it. but allow rou to keep It in
your possession. You have both money and se
curity. Do not be fooled by the coaxing ads of
other companies. They claim lowest rates, but
we can offer you rates and terms that will show
you how exorbitant their charges are.
MTMMAL mm & no?.,
THOMPSON BI.DG.. 703 15TH ST. N.W..
OPP. TREASURY. NEXT TO DRUG STORE.
THE ONLY INDEPENDENT COMPANY.
jalQ-tf.30
Side entrance on 9th St. Private offices.
Plenty of Cash!
a
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When you want money In a hurry apply !
to Horning for a loan on
Diamonds. Watches or Jew
elry. Easy terms. Interest
at the low rate of
Money Loaned Salaried People.
HORNING, 9th <& Dt JK?aBt
le.VIM
??Why pay 10% when yon can get It for 3%T'
If yoy are in need of money
any amount, yon can get It here immediately.
H. K. Fulton's Loan Office,
314 9TH ST. N.W.
Established 1870.
Loans made on Watches. Diamonds. Jewelry.
Silverware, etc. Je6-tf.l4
Money Loaned Salaried People
and others, without security; easy payments:
offices In 63 principal cities; save yourself
money by getting my terms first. D. H. TOL
MAN Room 50? 533 15th s?. n w, nois-tf.fl
?ON?
Furniture, Pianos, Organs,
Horses, Wagons, Salaries,
Most Anything, '
At lower rat-*s of interest than any loan com
pany in the city, snd without any red tape.
We are an old-established company, with un
limited capital, and strictly private, up-to-date
offices.
Potomac Guarantee Loan Co.,
985 F STREET N.W.
2d Floor. Singer Building.
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IF YOC CAN BORROW
?
Per
IB? Mo.
ON YOUR PIANO OR FURNITURE.
Why Pay More?
You mav csrry the loan ss long as you p!ea<?,
and there' is no other charge except a notary fee
of 50c. Other amounts up to $300 at even lower
rates. We will pay off the loan you now carry
und advance you more money at our reasonable
rates Call and get our terms before you mate
a loan. Prlvste offlses. Confidential.
The Liberal! Company,
WEE! .
No. 409 Commercial Bank bnlldlng.
N.W. Cor. 14th and G Sta.. 4th Floor.
join 7S?.eSii.3ft .
POTOMAC RIVER BOATS.
THE STEAMERS OF THE MARYLAND. DELA
ware and Virginia Railwry Company, com
mencing March 24. will make three trips week
lv between Wushlngton. river landings an<i
Baltimore, weuther permitting. The passen
j ger accommodations are unsurpassed by any on
the Chesapeake bay or tributaries. Steamers
leave Washington every Sunday, Tuesday and
Thursday at 4 p.m . and Baltimore every Tues
day. Thursday and Saturday at 5 p.m. Haie
of trip, about 36 hours.
STEPHENSON & BRO.. Agents.
Telephone Muln 745. 7th street wharf.
WASHINGTON AND POTOMAC STEAMBOAT
COMPANY.
STH STREET WHARF.
Steamer HARRY RANDALL--Monday and
Wedncsdav at 4 p.m.. for lower Potomac land
ings. Dills to Lower Machodoc creek. Saturday
at 7 ?.m. for landings between Glymoot and
Nomini.
Steamer WAKEFIELD?Sunday. Tuesday and
Thursday. 7 a.m., for upper river landings to
I Colonial Bra eh and Mattox creek.
Steamer ESTELLE RANDALL?Dally at 7:30
I a.m. for Glymont .md Intermediate points. Son
day Tuesday and Thursday to Grinders in addt
tiou. Return trip same day.
Schedules subject to tide and weather, and to
' rliarcc without notice.
W. F. CARNE. Jr.. Oen'l Passenger Agt.
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SHOW CASES AND FIXTURES.
~~ F. X. UANTEIL
BAR FIXTURES. SHOW CASES, ETC.;
BILLIARD AND POOL TABLES. WASH.
BRANCH. 902 PA. AVE. PHONE MAIN 636.
imv27 rK>t
TEAMS FOR HIRE.
FOR HIRE?A LIMITED NUMBER OF FIRST
class single and double teams for merchandise
delivery: liberal terms to responsible firm: con
tract by the year. MERCHANTS' TRANSFER
AND STORAGE CO.. 920-922 F r. w. my2?-tf
TRUNKS REPAIRED.
TRUNK8 MADE TO ORDER AND REPAIRED
at short notice: all mail orders promptly at-]
tended to. 0. G.. LANGLOTZ. AOS K St. n.w., j
opp. Library. 40 years' experience. mh30-90t
STEAMSHIPS.
Hudson Nav. Co.
PEOPLES
LINE
New York?Albany
$1.30
Strs. C. W. Morjo imlil dttM
?In ne I .itvl Adirondack It.
Pier 32. X. K.. foot ?f Ciml
st.. New York. at rt p.m..
and West 13>th st. 0:30
p.m.. dally. Sundays in
rMnl. Orchestra.
CITIZENS
LINE
Steamer* Onteorn nnd Green
port leave Pier 46. N. R.. foot
of Wesr 10th st.. New York,
at 5 p.m. dally. except Sat
New York?Troy urdavs. SUNDAY STEAMER
Exc. $2.50 TOUCHES AT ALBANY.
SPLENDID ACCOMMODATIONS. CUB
BREAKFAST. GRIM, SERVICE.
Direct connections at Albany or Troy with ex
press trains for |>o!nts north, east nnd west.
Tickets secured at principal ticket offices and
R. R. station*. m.v22-i'?0t.28
?e All the Way by
s;f Water Between
# HEW VOIR &
>!j! Via I^>ng Island Sound and The Atlantic
vs Ocean. Metropolitan Line. New Express
Triple-Screw Turbine Steel Steamships
# YALEand HARVARD
3? Finest Water Trip in the World.
-,F Leave N. Y. week days and Sundays,
ij: Pier 45. N. R.. foot West-lOtii Street. 3
s,s P.M. Leave Boston <ame hour. Ihie
ife either city S o'clock following morning,
i"; Fast and Luxurious Steamships. Wireless
j'; Telegraphy. Submarine Signal Service.
Jl Searchlight. Dainty writ ins room for
.?I women. Staterooms with or without Bath.
*?? Main Deck Dining Room. Meals a la
jf Carte. Ilnrrlcane Deck Cafe for men. All
"is. attributes for safety, comfort and con
Jj" venlence.
Through tickets via Metronolltan Line
on sale at principal RailroMd i.nd Steam
5(f boat Ticket Offices in the United States,
ft Canada and Mexico. For folder address
>,(! Star. Pier 45, N. R.. New York.
<'? Express Service for Passengers. Freight.
? Horses and Automobiles.
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?jv
OCEAN TRAVEL.
LAMPORT & HOLT ONE
W-TW**
Brazil & River Plate Service
Bahla* Rio de Janeiro* Santos. Rio
Grande do 8ul, Montevideo.
Buenos Ayres.
8.8.VoItaire..June 20 S.S. Verdi.. .July 20
S.S. Byron....July 3 S.S.Tennyson..Aug. 5
' 1 HE Steamers of this line are especially fitted
' for Southern voyages. Large and well ven
tilated Staterooms. The Saloon. Smoking and
Reception rooms are on the upper deck.
For rates and further information address
local ticket agents or
BUSK A JEVONS, Gen. Agents
301 Produce Exchange* N. f.
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AMERICAN LINE.
PLTMOl'TH ? CHERBOURG ? SOUTHA MPTON.
PHILADELPHIA?QUEENSTOWN-LIVERPOOL
AtlantSc Transport Line.
NEW YORK?LONDON DIRECT.
RED STAR LINE.
NEW YORK-DOVER-ANTWERP.
WHITE STAR LINE.
NEW YORK?QUEENSTOWN -LIVERPOOL.
PLYMOUTH-CHERBOURG-SOUTHAMPTON.
BOSTON?QCEENSTOWN?LIVERPOOL.
ALSO REGULAR SAILINGS
snT0 ITALY
WASHINGTON OFFICE. 1306 F ST- N.W.
R. M. HICKS. Passenger A sent.
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plumber June lOjKaiserin (new).June IS
l\ Grant (new). June 13 ' IVnnavlvanla June 20
ALSO REGULAR SAILINGS TO ITALY.
NORWAY. SPITSBERGEN. ICELAND AND
NORTHERN CAPITALS. BY SUPERB S S
OCEANA. K RON PR INZESSIN CECILIE AND
METEOR. FROM I]AMRUKG. IN JUNE JULY
& AUGUST. SEND FOR ILLUS. LITERATURE.
TRAVELERS' CHECKS ISSUED.
COMPANY'S OFFICE. 4.". BROADWAY. N. Y.
E. F. DROOP & SONS. 925 PA. AVE.
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FRENCH LINE.
C0MPAGNJE GENERALE TRANSATLANTIQCE
Direct Line to Havre?Paris (Francei.
Sailing every Thursday at 10 a.m. from
Pier No. 42. North River, foot Morton St.. N. Y.
?t.a lorralne.. June ll|*La Lorraine... .July 2
?La Savoie... .June 18:*La Touraine... .July 9
?La Provence.. .June 23 La Bretagne. .. .July 16
?Twin-screw steamers.
EXTRA DEPARTURE.
New Giant Twin- m |U] ft ? For Havre.
Screw Steamer lu<|njllly)iSilyjiy/ June 20. Noon.
One Class (II) Cabin Only.
GENERAL AGENCY. 10 State st, N. Y.
GEORGE W. MOSS. 1411 G ST. N.W.
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CANDINAVIAN-AMERICAN LINE.
10.000-ton Twin-screw Passenger Steamers
Direct to
Norway. Sweden and Denmark.
Sailing from New York at Noon.
"Jscar II June 11 United States.. .July 9
Helig Olav Jhine 25 C. F. Tletgen.. .July 18
Saloon. $73 and up. Second eabln. $37.30.
A. E. JOHNSON & CO.. 1 BROADWAY. N. Y..
or local agents.
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CUNARD LINES.
From Piers 31-32-34. North River.
QUEENSTOWN-LIVERPOOL.
LONDON?PARIS.
Carnnla....June 13. 3 pn?! Mauretania. June 24.noon
Lusitania...Junel7, 4|>mj Carniania..June 27.2 pui
Uinhria.... June 20.L10am ? Campania .July 1. 10 am
Largest. Finest and Fastest
Steamships afloat in the
world, sail
j WEDNESDAYS.
Mauretania
Lusitania
Hungarian-American Service
TO FII ME. VIA
GIBRALTAR. NAPLES. TRIESTE
RLAVONIA June IS, Aug. 6. Sept. 24
PANNONIA July 2. Aue. 20
C^RPATHIA July 16. Sept 3
Vernon H. Brown. Gen'l Anert. 21-24 State at..
N. Y.. Opposite the Battery.
Or 12R State St.. Boston. Mass.
G. W. MOSS. Agent. 1411 G Ft. n.w.. Washington.
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Fast Express Service.
PLYMOUTH?CHERBOURG?BREMEN?10 A.M.
Cecllle June 0 Kaiser Wm II...June 23
Kronprinz Wm..June 16 IK. d. Gr June 30
Twin-Screw Passenger Service.
PLYMOUTH?CHERBOURG-BREMEN?10 A.M.
Kurfuerst June 11 ?Friedrlch Tune 20
Brente* June Is P.FriedrichWin .June 25
?Omits Plymouth.
Mediterranean Service.
GIBRALTAR?NAPLES?GENOA. AT 11 A.M.
P. Irene June 20| K. Albert July !8
K. Luise July 4'P. Ir<>ne Aug. 1
North German Lloyd Travelers' Checks.
OELRICHS * CO.. NO. 3 BROADWAY. N. Y.
WASHINGTON OFFICE. 1337 F ST. N.W.
E. F. DROOP A SONS CO.. 923 PENNA. AVE.
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ANCHOR LINE.
Glasgow & Londonderry.
Sailing from New York every Saturday.
New Twin-screw Steamships.
Splendid accommodations. Excellent service
SALOON. $62.50. $67.50 AND $72.50.
SECOND CABIN. $42.50 AND $45.
THIRD CLASS. $27.50 AND $28 75.
Apply to HENDERSON RROTHERS. New York.
GEO. W. MOSS. 1411 O St. n.w.. E. F. DROOP
& SONS. 923 Penna. ave. n.w.. Washington,
apl 4-78t.lB
BUREAU OF
UNIVERSITY TRAVEL.
BOSTON.
25 TOURS TO EUROPE
UNDER UNIVERSITY LEADERSHIP.
Small, select part tea. Everything first class.
Greece. Sicily. Dalraatia. in our own yacht.
Attractive. Inexpensive. Illustrated Booklet.
Lewis 1>. Clephane. 1320 N. Y. are.. Wash.. D C.
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If Going to Europe
Have your mall addressed care the l-oiidon office
of The Washington Star. No. 3 Regent Street.
London. England. If desired, mall will be for
warded to all parts of Europe snd the Conti
nent. Tourists are requested to register at ooi
office upqp reaching London.
Washington Star London Office,
No. 8 Regent st.
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EDUCATIONAL.
I3f WASHINGTON.
A PL"BUC SPHlMI], TEACHER ?>K ABILITY,
and experience would like young children to"
tutor durlnc the summer month*: price* rea
sonable. Addre** H?>x 140. Star ofll'-c. )???? 2t*
DEEP BREATHING KXF.RtlSK f7>R THE DK
vclopment of the rcsplrstory nnivlra, opening
the ?ir thu* rnlurloK disease of the
lunc~ and chest to 11 minimum; rl?s?M to l?e
formed.
JOHN E. Rl'EBSAM. Dr M. Th..
HOI RS. 2 to ? p.m. 817 14th st. n w
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FRKNCH J.A\7MAC.K SCH<"M?~|7
Quirk. Idiomatic conversation method;
ami private lesson?: summer term: trlnl free.
MUR. V. I'RI'IV HOMME. 314 Ind. ave. n.w.
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THE SEMINARY OF OCR LADY.
Located on Wisconsin Avenue. 10-acre Grounds.
Primary. Prepara? ory and Academic Courses.
Graded school methods are used with advantage
of Individual attention.
Kor catalogue and particular* addre?c
SISTER SECRETARY.
"The Immaculata." Wisconsin ave.
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PRIVATE INSTRI'CTION IN MATH KM ATN'S,
science, language*. music; university graduate,
twenty year*' experience: literary work levlswl.
Prof. SW>tlon G. Box 2513. city. my23-30t*
Stenographic Academy,
Colorado BuiSdiog.
Shorthand and Typewriting. Day rates. $7.30
per month: night. $,".00. Individual instructions.
To pupils enrolling during June. July and August
we offer complete course In Pitman for $30.00;
Gregg. $25.00. Including typewriting.
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STRAYER'S
BUSINESS 11TH
A
College, f.
DAY AND NIGHT SCHOOL. Situations to grad
uate* or money refunded. Typewriters at student*'
homes. Write, call or phone Main 3430 for catalog.
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The Berlitz School 1723 Mth
st. n.w.
of Languages,
RECENT AWARDS:
ST. LOTUS EXPOSITION. 1004. GRAND PRIZE.
LIEGE EXPOSITION. 100.*. GRAND PRIZE.
French. German. Spanish, Italian. English, etc.
Native Teachers.
TRIAL LESSON FREE.
School open all the year from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
aetO-tf PROF. A. GONARD. Prlnelpal.
SY. ROSE'S INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL.
2023 G st. n.w.
We are now prepared to All orders for ladles"
.ind misses' gowns, coat suits. wraps: also all
kinds of fine sewing, ladles' and Infants' trous
seaux. etc. For further Information r.pply ti
above address. ae21-tf
OUT OF WASHINGTON.
MA PLEWOOI). cTr^W,'U~.,.
near Philadelphia. Wakes up Boys to the duties
of life. Prepares 40 Boys for college or business.
47th year. Large gymnasium. Dept. for I.Ittio
Boys. Summer home, with tutoring optional.
Box 2fi. .T. SHORTLIDGE. A.M.. Yale. Prill.
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PUPILS GIVE MUSICAL.
Prof. Xheobald Freeh's Students Pre
sent Program.
The second annual musical of the pu
pils of Prof. Theobald Freeh was given
last night before a large audience at Na
val Ix>dge Hall, 4th street and Pennsyl
vania avenue southeast.
Diplomas in music were presented to
Miss Margaret Lang, Walter Marlow and
Josephine Hlnwood. Miss Lang also re
ceived a souvenir baton, made from the
original flooring of the private dining
room of the White House.
The program consisted of vocal and in
strumental numbers. Those who took
part in the program were: Mrs. Elizabeth
Vivionani, Misses Mabel Garner. Carrie
Fetzer, Christina Conradi, Walter Mar
low. Joseph Sullivan, Reed McLeod,
Franklin Colebaugh, Raymond Kelser,
W. A. Taylor. Kathrine Donovan, Mar
garet Donovan, Julia Donovan, Emma
Van Horn, Christian Van Horn, Michael
Killerlane, Theodore Freeh, Marshall
Brook, Jennie Conradi. Harry Colebaugh,
Jennie Soper. Carrie Notes. Eola Crowe,
Lmma Van Horn. Morgan Brook. Marv in
Kilby, William Brown. Roy Crowe. La
Fayette Corbln, Samuel Bass, Margaret
Lang, Susie Holland. Georgie Hummer,
Joseph Sullivan, Harry Goldsmith and Jo
seph Hlnwood.
The exercises closed with the "Star
Spangled Banner" and "America" by the
pupils.
Revenue Cutter Service Notes.
The United States revenue cutter
Apache, the Treasury Department cruiser
on Chesapeake bay and its tributaries,
has gone out of service for a few days,
and has been docked at a Baltimore ship
yard to undergo a thorough overhauling
and to have her hull scraped and painted.
This work is being done in preparation
for summer cruising. The Apache will
return to service within a week or t?n
days.
Cadet Leigh R. Sanford. recently ap
poirted to the revenue cutter service, who
was injured in a railway wreck on his
way ?o Arundel Cove to join the training
ship Itasca, is rapidly recovering at the
Marine Hospital in Baltimore. He will be
able to join the Itasca in Hampton roads
in a few days, and will take the foreign
cruise with the classes of cadets!
LADIES' WORK APRON. OVER
SLEEVE AND CAP.
Paris Pattern No. 2223.
All Seams Allowed.
A useful garment for the housekeeper
or artist is this all-over aru"on made in
blue-and-white. green-and-white. or
brown-and-white checked gingham. The
front and back are gathered into the
shallow, square yoke, the wide armholcs
giving perfect freedom to the arms. The
over-sleeve and dust-cap are of the same
material, the former finished with an
elastic-run hem at the top, and gathered
into narrow wristbands. Two square
pockets ornament the front of the apron
and the garment clos?s at the center
back. The pattern is in :i sizes?small,
medium and large. In medium size the
ouuit requires 7% yards of material Si
inches wide, or 5% yards 36 inches wide.
Pries of pattern. 10 cents.
PATTERN' ORDER BLANK.
Fashioa Dept.. The Star, Wa?h., I). C.
For 10 cents Inclosed please send pat
tern to the following address:
Size.
Pattern No. 2223
Name?
Address.
City
State
It take? four or live days to get tills pattern,
as orders are tilled from New York.
SHRINERS ON OUTING
ALMAS TEMPLE TAKES PARTY
TO MARSHALL HALL.
The ingenuity of the illustrious poten
tate of Almas Temple. Ancient Arable
! Order of Nobles of the Mystic Shrine. m*as
i never put to a more severe test or mor?
splendidly vindicated, it is declared, than
at and hv tlie Shrine excursion to Mar
shall Hall yesterday for the benefit of th(
Christmas charity fund.
For weeks many of the nobles and their
lady friends', including the children, too?
for there were hundreds of the little ones
interested as well?have been looking for
ward to what is regarded as the one great
event of the year in Shrine circles for
those who are not of Almas and yet fol
low all its doings with interested concern.
Committees had been appointed and elab
orate plans outlined for a record-break
ing event. There were to be all sorts of
races, all sorts and kinds of games and a
drill by the famous patrol, the memory of
which might linger in the minds of the be
holders for generations to come; hut there
was a slip somewhere, and the anticipated
amusements failed to materialize. In
stead. however, hurried and ingenious
conceptions of Potentate Fulkerson. Re
corder Dingman and a few of the faithful
made of th* excursion yesterday
to the more than twenty-five hundred
people who attended one of the most mem
orable entertainments ever given in the
name of the Shnners of Almas Temple.
Some of the Attractions.
There was an unusually large number
of ladies on hand, and the dancing pa
vilion was at once the center of attraction
for them.
The elders of the temple pmused them
selves with detours of the historic
m
grounds, finally gathering In a large heml
cycle under the trees and. for theqi. the
fun then began. There were speeches and
stories and songs and sallies of wit ga
lore.
Harrison Dingman. the past imperial
potentate of North America, sang "The
Sword of Bunker Hill" and made patriotic
remarks. "Tne Blacksmith's Chorus"
from "Hie Fliedermaus" was rendered by
a rpiartet consisting of hem Towers. Jr..
and Frank R. I'nderwood. tenors, and
Thomas B. Walker and Beerbohm Scott,
baritones, and several solos were rendered
by other nobles, the mr.sical tendencies of
the audience finally reaching the chorus
stage, when every chorus, sentimental and
otherwise, known to the Potomac river
tourists was rendered in effective style.
The children amused themselves until
tired eyelids drooped over sleepy eyes and
the lamps were lighted. The last boat did
not leave Marshall Hall until after to
o'clock, reaching this city close to mid
night.
EVENT TO BE CELEBRATED.
Congress Heights to Demonstrate
When Work on Sewer Begins.
Congress Heights Public Improvement
Association, at a meeting held last even
ing in the town hall, on the Hamilton
road, took measures to provide for a pub
lic demonstration of approval when work
is begun on the Congress Heights sewer,
for which Congress made an appropria
tion of S7.000 at its last session.
Edward J. Newcomb proposed to hold
public exercises when ground is opened,
the program to include the participation
of the school children of the town, a band
of music and some speakers. The com
mittee on sewerage was authorized to prf
pare the program.
Mr. Newcomb announced that he would
visit Commissioner Macfarland and ascer
tain when the work is to be commenced.
President Robert H Cowan and A. E.
McKay asked for information concerning
the proposed route of this sewer. Mr.
Newcomb r.-as delegated to procure the
Information. President Cowan culled at
tention to tic work of Representative
Sims of Tennessee in recent street railway
legislation enacted in Congress. On mo
tion of George Kennedy it was decided
that the association present Mr. Sims with
a letter of appreciation.
Mr. Newcomb explained that Represent
ative Smith, chairman of the House Dis
trict committee, had visited the section
several rimes, had endeavored to assist
the community in Congress and was re
sponsible for the inclusion of an item of
SlM.OXi in the District appropriation bill
for a new station house in Anacostla,
with the idea of having the territory
across the Eastern branch ultimately
formed into a separate precinct. Pr**sf
d?nt Cowan appointed Edward J- New
comb. Milton J. Fillius and A. E. McKay
as a committee to draft suitable resolu
tions to go to Mr. Smith.
Mr. Kennedy was authorized to visit the
officials of the street railway line next
! week and discuss with them the situation
on the Congress Heights suburban line.
Mr. Kennedy was instructed to inquire a*
to prospects for a double track between
Anacostia and Congress Heights.
The following were elected to member
ship: J. R. Weber. A. C. King. F. VV.
Hollows and David Hardest)*.
President Cowan announced the appoint
ment of the following committees for next
year:
Sewer and water?A. E. McKay, Edwar<l
J. Newcomb, Samuel M. Fillius.
Railroads?George W. Kennedy, Valen
tine Wahler. Thomas Langley.
Highways?Milton J. Fillius, Hennry M.
Fadaley. Dr. Arthur N. Me toy.
Finance?C. A Cleaves. David Hardes
ty. Francis Wahler.
Public improvements?J. S. Lyons, Sam
uel M. Fillius. Edward Baline
Schools?Rev. William Brayshaw, Mad
ison C. Porter. Thomas Hollows.
Legislation?Charles F. Purdy. George
W. Kennedy, J. \Y. BNine.
Four-Mested Schooner Aground.
The big four-masted schooner Cfcira A.
Donnell. laden with about l..*iQn tons of
soft coal from Georgetown for Boston,
went aground in the Georgetown channel
above the Highway bridge yesterday, and
was still aground this morning.
It is expected, however, the vessel will
be floated at high water today, and she
will proceed on her voyage.
The schooner, drawing about 1* feet of
water. left the Georgetown piers in tow of
a tug shortly before noon yesterday. At
that time the tide was high and little or
no trouble was anticipated in bringing
her down to tiie deep channel off Gies
boro point.
Off the foot of 17th street the bottom of
the channel and the bottom of th? schoon.
er came together. The schooner stuck
fast almost, a is stated, in tnidchanne!
Yesterday afternoon the tugs Camilla.
Edith Goddard Winship. D. M. Key and
Capt. Toby pulled on the vessel for an
hour or more in the hope <>f working her
over the shoal spot, but without success.
It is stated that at the point where the
vessel struck tiie bottom is soft, and it i*
thought she will not be injured by
grounding.
Concert at Webster School.
A program of songs was given Thursday
afternoon by the pupils of the eighth
grade. Welwster School, before a large
audience. The first number was the "Sol
diers1 Chrwus" from "Faust." after which
"Love's Old Sweet Song." a solo, was
given by Milton Ottenberg- Miss Mary
M irtln sang a gypsy song, with accom
paniment by the school. "Mas.?. Dear. *
was contributed by Peter Becker. "A
Morning Gallop" was also given, receiving
an pneorf
Following the intermissin. Miss Selma.
Selinger sang 'Who is Sylvia?" "Our
Soldiers" was sung by a sextet, elicit ng
applause: "The Dancers." a Spanish song,
brought forth another encore, following
which Leland Scott san.? "All Through
the Night." "Charming Marguerite" was
sung by Miss Carson Fritts. Another
number enthusiastic?Ily received was
"The Two Grenadiers." The concert closed
with "A Prayer " from "Cavalieria Rusti
cana." and violin obligato by Paul
Schwarz. 1 The hall was decorated wuh
flags and daisies.
To Observe Flower Mission Day.
Arrangements hav? b?en made by the
W. C. T. 1*. to observe next Tuesday aa
flower mission day. Every hospital and
also the Home for the Aged and Infirm,
where there are ? f- eble people, will bi
visited and flowers distributed. Each
bunch of flowers will have a scripture
text attached by*a white ribbon and also
a half pound ous oi small cakes.

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