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IN WASHINGTON. I The Bliss Ek is the oldest and best school ir ^ exclusively. Theoretical ami \ year. Students actually consti trical instruments. Graduates <*: cal industries throu^nout the opens September 30. New Boarding and day students. Visitors welcome. Take Brig !. line, or B. & O. trains to Nortli f.: Vi*. pert. l!>,20.n? 184.108.40.206*01 The Berlitz Jz Pup School l^s 01 or pr Bes Languages Tri' 723 14th St.N.W. iNo other branch in Washington.) Telephone Main 3217. no^01 Office ael?-sa,Sti,tu,tb,19t,42 L. M Mess O. A. Thompson U reopen her select School of Panoing. with Physical Training, soon at St. Andrew's Parish JIall. Apply 150ft Q n.w. >ilss SAU.iF.~ le\\Tn"s7 srtu mTT rsoi v street northwest. Washington. 1). 0. ?Primary and prejwratory departments for hoys and girls: academic department for older girls and young ladies; music, art: French taught conrersat ionallv. For particulars call or address the principal. sel4-14t.S piano l.essmns. 50 cents. Special pains taken with children and heglnners. se10-.K>t*4 N.'i O st. n.w. OLCXISHtote SR** Pay courses in shorthand, typewriting and English. draughting, matbeniaties and bookkeeping. Krening classes in Commercial. Technical. Science, fatnguage and tleneral Preparatory subjects. ft:50 to 10 o'clock, open Friday. September 25. Superb educational equipment, with general club features-gymnasium. baths, library, lifework helps. Bureau of employment places capable men. Regular membership calendar year. $5. selS-tf QUNSTON MALL 1906 Florida Avenue N.W. OPPVS OPTORKR ft?TUESDAY. MR. AND MRS. B. R. MASON. Miss Edith M. Clark. I.UA.. Associate. aelX:U>t.l2 THE TEMPLE SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITING ANNOI XCES ITS NEW ADDRESS. THE KIMBALL BUILDING. 1417 O ST.. OTF.R B. A O. TH'KFTT OFFICE. CIa?e* for beginners. Civil service drill. Expert dictation. scl7-3t.8 Washington Seminary 2103 Oft S ST. N.W. An earnest school for earnest girls, ldth year tiegins October 0. lftuS. The only private school in Washington admit ting on certificate to the fire colleges: Wellesley Mt. Holyoke, Yassar. Smith and Chicago University. Planned for those who desire thorough Instruction and character building amid beautiful surroundings and refined associations. Academic. College Preparatory and Special fouraes. Primary and Preparatory Departments. Glasses instructed by College and Normal graduates. Culture class for women. Gymnasium, tennis. Catalogue. Mr. and Mm. G. T. SMALL WOOD, Principal*. sel7-tf.20 Mount Vernon Seminary, ^ T\fT soutirawest corner or m amid Eleventh streets. Thirty-fourth year opens on Tuesday, October Sixth. Mrs. Elizabeth J. Somers, Mrs. Adelia Gates Henslev. Principals. tel.vinOS MR. B. FRANK QEBEST, TKAI'HKR OF I IANOFORTF.. rnpil of Iiarth. Soharwpnka Moazkowskr. sel2-tf..r? Studio. 1327 14th at. n.w. Friends School For Boys and Girls. 26th Year September 28. An old estaMiahed school of national reputation for promoting acholarahip. character and personalitr I'm e*mtr>nrt Mootal and moral a: raesphere buildings and equipment unusual. Prepares for any college, certificate admits to ruanr. THOMAS W. SIDWFJ.r,. A.M.. sH.1C0t.2S 1811 I at. r..w. Two Schools Coder One Management. The Potomac School. An elementary school for hoys and girls. Fifth year begins Wednesday. October 14. Kindergarter ami (list six grade*. Address for eatalognes. Miss LI'CY MADEIRA. Princ'pal. se!2 lOt. 10 1200 18th st. Mass Madeira's School. A boarding end day nrhonl for girls. Third year begins Thursday. October 1. 7th and 8th prni!p8 fntir vabps' hi^lt sphoo! two tpim' post graduate course. College preparatory work a specialty. Certificate prlrilege to Yanar. Smith and Wrllcslfj. General courses for those who ilo not to to college. Wosic and art. gymnasium an<l tennis. Address for catalogue. Mis# LL'CY MADEIRA. Principal. #*l2-.10t.lM 1.128 tilth a'. Dental Dept. Georgetown University. i r \ KX1NG SESSIONS BEGIN OCT. 1. Tt ITION. *1ir.. For furrier information apply to Dean. Dr. \V. .\. PfH. tX, #20 U gt. n.w. i'iione Main 6112 M. ael.-.-?'t,l? BORTROM'S j<? HtMH, OK DRAWING AND mar he mo lies offers special advantage* for young men to Increase their oarnlut power. For particulars call or addrcso 502 B at. O.a. a?12-30t,4 EDUCATIONAL. l.> WASHINGTON. o. o. o. ... o. o. o. ...... o; o. o. .. ?~>j y 4t^ ' -Af 1 ; * ') ;VJ ] metrical School |, \. i the world teaching electricity ^ >ractical course complete in one ! uct dynamos, motors and elec- |\j hold good positions in electri- \ . ; world. SIXTEENTH year ^ quarters and new equipment, i ; Catalog sent free on request. ^ htwood avenue car to District ?} i i Takoma railroad station. V $ 3Ist Year. r 400 branches in the world. ' sons may be transferred from one y other Berlitz School. >11? speak and hear the new lan? exclusively from the beginning. nd prizes were awarded to the Berlethod at all recent expositions. sons at school or residence, in classes ivately. day or evenings. t native teachers. Kates moderate. versatlon circles. Pronunciation es. Lectures and comedies free to ?1 lesson free. Send for circulars. Notice. Washington Branch is now under ! t management of Prof. M. D. BerPhevalier de la Legion d'Honneur, ' r d'Academle. Represented by Prof. ' . Huebert, Local Director. FRENCH LANGUAGE SCHOOL. 12 private lessons. or clasaes. all grades: easy, quirk, thorough method for adults; trial free. MLLE. V. PRUD'HOMME. 314 Ind. are. n.w. se!2-d.eSu.4 _____ KOYFS i\ w l rttj, To#r. Sept. 28. Boys and SCHOOT (flrls. 9 a.m.; adults. 7 p.m. Certificate admits to Geo.WashCatalogues. Ingtoti Unlr. Office hours. 9-10 Phone Main3877 a.m.. 7-8 p.m. FRANCES MANN ae4-tf 1IALL. A.M..Prln., 221 B st. n.w. The Colonial School for Girls. Resident A day pupils. Number of boarders limited 25. Courses for advanced pupils. Graduating A elective courses. Prepsratlon for college A European travel. Music, art A expresaion. Careful Individual Instruction. Catalogue. Charlotte Crittenden Everett, Jessica Ter Wllliger, Prlns.. 2139 R. se12.K?t.8 REASONS WHY VOl" SUOl Lit ATTEND The Interstate INDIVIDUAL ? EXPERT?INSTRUCTION FOR GOVERNMENT CLERKS. BANK CLERKS. BOOKKEEPERS. IN THEORY OF ACCOUNTS. HIGHER ACCOUNTING. AUDITING. COACHING FOR CIVIL SERVICE A SPECIALTY. MAIN 4233. 729 10TH ST. N.W. ' ae.V30t.14 Stenographic Academy, Colorado Building Shorthand and Typewriting. Day rates, $7.50 nor nion h nltfh^ tr. IVl Tn Complete course In Pitman, jltO.OO: Gregg, J'Aj.OO; Syllabic. $20.00. Including typewriting. sell-tf.8 "A GOOD SCHOOL." STRAYER'S llth nnd F Bts. n.w. An nna'.rpasaed corps of teacher*. Best eqnlp! ment. Individual instruction. Day anil night sessions now open. Students are enrolling every day. Situations guaranteed. Shorthand. Type| writing. Bookkeeping. Banking, etc. Coaching for civil service. Catalogue free. ae0-20d Washington WAL ?id?tHOL1, i Institute of Music, Piano and Harmony?KARL HOLER. Violin? WM. GREEN. Voice Training -Mrs. W. H. Shlr' cliff. Mandolin, Banjo and Guitar?WALTER T. HOLT and H. ERNEST GALLEHER. Phone M. 2131. 837 K ST. N.W. au.'lO-.IOt. 10 !National Cathedra!!School For Girls MOUNT ST. ALBAN. WASHINGTON. D. O. Opens October I. Prifnarr. Pronnratcrr nnrl ArndAmfo n^navf ments. Students Admitted to College on Oertifl< ate. Graduate Courses. Instruction In Art without pjtra charge. Si?eclal atiention givpn to > Music. Steinway Pianos for practice. Fireproof building. Resident Graduate Nurse. roaches for day pupils Ipstp Pupont Circle at 8:2f> a m.: return r>:'.Ui p.m. Cars leave Georgetown at 8:."Ki anil 8:?>0 a.m. Mrs. BAKBOL'R WAIJCER. M. A.. Principal. SpR.30t.20 CLASS i?FA PULTS TO LEARN TO M'F.AK FRENCH. First sis lessons free. Adress or call COLUMBIA POLYTECHNIC INS.. 1R<)8 II st. Phone M. | 4 S!?x. sel0-30t | The Army and Navy | I Preparatory School,| 4101 CONNECTICUT AVENUE. % '? Washington. D. C. A select 1 "carding school for young men 'x i -".V and boys. Thorough preparation for col- J jjfc leges. universities. the United States HJc Military and Naval Academies, and also 7fi for business. Numiier limited. Small ;i- classes and individual instruction. S|?eclnl Wr A, courses. Fine athletic field. Foot ball. *)r ! -V, base ball, track teams. For catalogue ^ " 'S. address ;'; & E. SWAYELY. Principal. i'f I sel-30t.eSn.28 ;<7 i * * I Miss M. Mar sham! Lewin, 'Pupil of Richard I'urmeister). sTUPIO; m.i V ST. N.W. I Piano, Organ, Theory. ser.tr.fi The Washington School for Boys "f?v. WISCONSIN AVE.. WASHINGTON. D. C. Located in the country, within cany access of i all parts of the city. Thorough course of study. I extending from kindergarten to college. Elective! system. enabling eaeh pupil to take exactly what ! he needs. I'nuaunlly strong faculty, all apodal- | i?ts. Olie teacher for every five scholars. Rpej rial ami Individual attention given each boy. . Modern buildings. Extensive athletic grnunda. | I Hoarding and day departments. Hot a of any age '< j received Year-R<x>k on request. sefl-MOt ! fpfl MS.VS Ml'SINKS* COLLKGK. bTH * K. L, [ U $-"> **- V MONTH- *.V $o Day. ! F tl=> Civil Service Preparation. Night, j U Shorthand, Typewriting. Bookkeeping, etc. Established 1870. An Old. Reliable School. Beat Instruction. lamest Price*. positions for All Competent Pupils. ael-tf.S THE MISSES EASTMAN'S SCIlOOL, 1.10ft 17th st. Hoarding nt:'d day school for girls, so '.tf't Reoia-ns October I. St. Margaret's j Day and Boarding School I and Kindergarten, 2113 OAK AVE. CORNER 0E CON*N. Ml?s l-IPriNCOTT and Miss RAKEK. Trlnj. | At home. 4 tn ft. after Sept. 10. Girls ma.v remain through the day and receive th? benefit of tegular exercise and study petlodi. i ae5 oOt 1 EDUCATIONAL. IN WASHINGTON. ! THE GEORGE WASHINGirci: wflwraw EIGnTT-EiaHTn SESSION, 1908-09. OPENS SEPTEMBER 30. 1908. Undergraduate. Graduate ana rrnresgionai Courses. Recitation hour*, fl a.m. to fl:SO p.m. No evening sessions. Regular and special courses for aelf-aupportlng students from 4:SO to 6:30 p.tn. DEPARTMENTS. ARTS AND SCIENCES. GRADUATE STUDIES. Graduate courses, leading to the degrees of M.A.. M.S.. C.B.. E.E.. M.E.. Jur.D. and Ph.D. Tuition fee, $1110 per annum. COLUMBIAN COLLEGE Undergraduate courses, leading to the degrees of B.A. and B.S. In chemistry. COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING. Undergraduate conraea. leading to the B.S. degree fn clrll, electrical and mechaolcal engineering. DIVISION OF ARCHITECTURE. Undergraduate courses, leading to the degree of B.S. In architecture. DIVISION OF EDUCATION. Undergraduate courses, leading to the degree of B.A.. and a teacher's diploma; also technical courses tn Arts and Crafts. Tuition fee. per annum, for each recitation hoar per week. ten dollars i$10>. In all undergraduate courses. PROFESSIONAL. DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE. A four-year coarse, leading to the degree of M.D. Tuition fee, $180 per annum. DEPARTMENT OF DENTISTRY. A three-year course, leading to the degree of D.D.8. Tuition fee, $160 per annum. DEPARTMENT OF LAW. Three-year afternoon course, of ten bonra per week, leading to the degree of B.L Tnltlon fee, $100 per annum. Also three-year full-day course, of fourteen hours per week, leading to the degree of LL.B. Tuition fee. $140 per annum. Graduate courses leading to the degrees of TLM. and M.P.L. COLLEGE OF THE POLITICAL SCIENCES. Undergraduate and graduate courses, leading to tne degrees of B.A. and M.Dlp. NATIONAL COLLEGE OF PHARMACY. A three-year coarse, leading to the degree of Phar.D. COLLEGE OF VETERINARY RURGFJtT. A three-year course, leading to the degree of D.V.M. BUILDINGS. UnlrersitT Hall, 16th and H ats. Law Building. 142n H at. Medical and Dental Building, 1325 H at. Engineering. 1828-30 1 at. Architecture, 1832 I at. Political Science. 810 15th at. Education. 1534 I at. Women's Building. 1536 I at. The University Hospital. 1333-35 H at. National College of Pharmacy. 808 1 st. College of Veterinary Medicine. 2113-2115 14th. For catalogues, application blanks and further Information communicate with the Registrar, rorner H and 15th ata. n.w. sel-30t,90 I 5 | National | I University | ! Law School I T 4 T 4 f* f Evening: Sessions 4 t T X Exclusively. *.'l 4 ?? | ? | r Opens October 1st, 1908. 4 4 Practical three years' || 1 course leading1 to degree of 4 master of laws; the degree of 4 bachelor of laws can be se- ^ cured at end of second year. 4 For catalog, application 4 4 blanks, etc., apply in person % 4 or by mail to the dean, 1321 4 * F :t n w t(>lf>nhnn(i \T JL S" *- UWl 111 ?? J bVIVJ/llVIIV A'* / O * *1' l? ?elto?e07 36d ? Washington College off Law ron WOMEN AND MEN. Thirteenth year opens Sept. .10. 7 p.m.. la Metropolitan ltank bldg.. opposite C. S. Treasury. Evening sessions exclusively. Three years' course loading to degree LL.B.; additional year to degree LL.M. TUITION. *30 I'EH ANNUM. E. SI'ENCEIl MUSSEY. Dean. Phone M. 4566. 613 15th at. n.w. se6-a0t.28 Georgetown University School off Law Session of 1908=1909 Begins Wednesday, Sept. 30, at 6:30 P.M. Three Years' Course Leading to . t TN r T T T\ inc ucgree 01 us. All session* held In the eTenlng. Kiring Indents an opportunity of being self-supporting, or to hure practical training In law offices. For catalogue or further information apply to R. J. WATKINS. Secretary Georgetown Law School. te.1-tf.40 R06-S E n.w. School of Medicine. Day sessions begin October ist and continue eight and one-half months. Tuition, $i 15.00. For further information apply to Dean. 920 H Street N.W. selfl-lfit United States College of Veterinary Surgeons, 222 C ST. N.W.. WASHINGTON. D. C. SESSION 1008-08 BEGINS OCTOBER I. ETFor proapectua and full Information address C. BARNWELL ROBINSON. V.S., Dean. nel-.10t.14 Phone Main 2712. SCHOOL OF MUSIC Mme. J. Esputa Daly STUDIO 1128 I*" N.E. ' LINCN. 400-M. SPECIAL CLASS TERM. 10 LESSONS. $5. 1438 N Street. The Messes Kerr's School! FOR GIRLS AND BOYS OPEN'S OCTOBER 1. i?i4-not.? Day and Evening Classes In preparation for college. army or dell service examinations open September 30; classes limited to flee member*; certificate admits to Tiie George VV ashingtita University. Apply H. C. J EN NESS <A. B-. HARVARD), apt. 41. 1723 G n.ur. Phone M. 62P3-M. an31 -30t* Von Unschnld University OF MUSIC. All nwrsical branches taught, for beginner* and advanced puplla. Piano inatructed bv Mmc. MARIE VON INSCHULI). President. Fifth school year begins September IB. 1347 L at. n.w. Pbone North 2187. se12 14t.B MS8ZAGA ?0L1LE?E Established 1821. North Capitol and I *ts. Directed bv the Puttiers of the Soclefv of Jesus. For day scholars only. Diversity of religion will be no bar to entrance. The next session will open on Monday. September 14. aeg-30t.10 DOMESTIC ARTS AND SCIENCE SCHOOL. Conn. are. and M at. n.w. (17.Ml M at.). Special and Normal Coarsen. Send for catalogue. aul-e.t.th to nol EDUCATIONAL. IK WASHINGTON. HOLY CROSS ACADEMY Select school for yonnp ladies and children. Academic and preparatory department*. Complete conrses In mnslc and art. Commercial course. Reopena Sept. 21. 1312 Mass. are. se3-30t.7 Emerson Institute. For Boys and Yoiang Men (Established 1852>. NEAR DTPOXT CIRCLE. College preparatory. government academies | and re??nop cotter service. WINSLOW H. RANDOLPH, Principal. aeS-th.sa.tu-tf.14 fflE MULES IV 1100 NEW YORK AVE. N.W. > J Telephone Main 2308. OPEN ALL THE YEAR. Shorthand. Typewriting. Civil Service Course, Business Branches. Sessions Daily, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. se4-30t "Thoroughness." Onr Motto. High-grade Business School. COMMERCIAL ,M SCHOOL. sil F.ast Capitol st. Day and evening sessions all the year. Fear 'principal teachers have an average teaching experience of twelve years. In twenty-three years the school has placed thousands In good positions. Fall term now open. Shorthand, typewriting, bookkeeping and English branches. Civil service In class or by private lessons. Call. wTlte or telephone. sel-tf The GoflumniMa Training School For Klndergartners. under the direction of Miss LIPPINrOTT and MIse BAKER, reopens Oct. 2, 2115 California ave. se5-30t W. F .DALES, Pn.n.. 1763 T N.W.?CLAS leal teacher. Pupils thoroughlv prepared to enter college or for other examinations in languages and mathematics. 15 vears' experience. se3 30t-4 St. John's College, 1225 VERMONT AVE. N.W. Conducted bv the Brothers of the Christian Schools. English. Scientific. Commercial and Preparatory Courses. Opens TUESDAY. September 8. au21-30t.7 otrrp nv iiriuuivcTnv PEAEODY CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC HAROLD RANDOLPH. Director. Mf. Vernon pi. and Charles st.. Baltimore. PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT. MAY OAKRETTSON EVANS. Superintendent. 23 AND 23 EAST MT. VERNON PL. REOPENS OCTOBER 1 for instruction. Applj In September. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Faculty of 37 European and American Masters, Scholarships. Diplomas and Teachers' Certificates, TUITION FEES. $20 to $00 for scholastic year, according to grade and branch of study. Clasf nnd Private Lesson*. Free advantages to ponils. Circulars mailed on request. sell-eol.lt.30 MONTROSE?A SELECT HOARDING 8CHOOI In the country for girls and small bovs; terms very moderate. Address Miss HARDEY, Clarltsvllle. Md. au4-tf WestemMairyllainidColllegc WESTMINSTER, MD. Next session opens September IS. For catalogue address T. H. LEWIS. D.D.. LL.D.. President. anS 4St.7 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. MRS. J. HENDRICKSON McCARTY. Teacher of piano. Pupils thoroughly prepared for advanced conservatory work. Special attention to beginners and those out or practice. 4ft Brvant st. n.w. ael?-23t.eSu | LOAN COMPANIES. j MONEY LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE~ft~tJTHeraupon their own note*, without security; easleal terma: confidential. Knowing onw who have dealt elaewhere eapeclally Invited. My proposition will pleaae. H ELWOOD. rm. 416.Jenlfer bldf., 7ft D. Je22 tf.B Loams at Ounce. All the money you want, right /T\rf on the spot. We make quiek t l (([ft-1. loana on Diamonds. Watches. QJ/ ^f\II Jewelry, ete., at ' Money Loaned Salaried People. HORNING,9th & DvKr1 seiR-lSd _ Money Loaned Salaried People and othora. without security, easy payments: ' offices In <S', principal cities: save yourself 1 money t>y petting my terms first. D. H. TOL. MAN Room Ntfi. i?l 15tb at. n.w. nolfi-tf.fi ITTfirWlEf -ONFurniture, Pianos, Organs, Horses, Wagons. Salaries, Most Anything-, At lower rates of Interact than any loan company in the city, and without any red tap*. We are an old-established company, with unlimited capital, and strictly private, up-to-data o Sices. Potomac Guarantee Loan Co., 2S F STREET N.W. Id Floor. Singer BuildingA?4J *# OA if you can borrow ?|| ? ?11 J8 Mo. OX YOUR PIANO OR FURNITURE. Wlhy Pay More? Y011 may cany the lean as long as roil please. an?l there Is no other charge except a notary fee of 60e. Other amounts up to $300 at even lower rates. We will pay off the loan you now carry and advance you more money at our reasonable rates. Cali and get our terms before you make a loan. Private offices. Confidential The LsheraH Company, OTU U/LO\Jc8) 409 Commercial Rank Building. X. W. Cor. 14th and G Sts., 4tb Floor. sefl-tf.exSu Why Pay HO Per Cent WHEN YOU CAN GET Money at <3 Per Cent On Your Furnltnre or Piano) No charge for drawing up papers. Nothing re| corded or published. Absolutely no publicity. ; No delays. We never lose a customer, because they are all satisfied to deal where they can get the lowest rates and most liberal terms. Remember. this is the rate allowed pawnbrokers hy law. The pawnbroker holds the security. We do not disturb It. but allow you to keep It la your possession. You have both mone- a 1 security. Do not be fooled by the coaxing sdf ol other comnanles. They claim lowest rates, but we can <ffer vou rates and terms that will show von how exorbitant their charge* are. RATIOHAL MAR * SRV. 8?. thompson bldg.. 703 1bth st n.W.. OPP trf. \sj-'RY. next to DRUG storr. THE ONLY independent COMPANY. 1?19 tf .m "Why pny 10*5- when you ran get It for SfrV* Iff you are m reed of money sny amount, yon can get It here Immediately. HI. K. FuSton's Loan Office, 314 OTH ST. N.W. CstaKH ch.4 ICTft I ^vauiiBuru *"?" Loans made on Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry. Silverware, etc. ie6-tf-14 medical! DR. FISK ELGIN, Expert In treatment of private diseases, chronic anil nente. Both sexes. Consultations eonfldetii tlal. Medicine furnished. Priceg moderate. Houia, ' a to 1. 3 to 8. 1233 Pa. ave.; phone M. 1818. i wl-30t*c 1 DH. W. T. BALOU8, German specialist on diseases of the bruin, nervous system, heart, stoni1 aeh and kidneys. Doctor's service and medl| cine. $2. Consultation free. S.E. cor. 6th and F sts. n.w. Hours: 10 to I. 4 to 8. se4tf.S Dr. Shade, SPECIALIST. 728 13111 ST. :;t yea its- pit act ice ci ih\g nekvoe? | am) 1'ill'i.lMi: diseases: also stomach. luncs. ! catarrh, liver, heart, asthma, kidneys. Madder, i stricture. df*'har|rey, general and speeial weak\ ness and dlsshllify. Mood and akin diseases. Special and private ailments cured quickly. Consalt ?tion free. Private waiting room for ladies. Hours. 0 to 4. Tuesday snd Saturday nijthts. 7 to 8. Sundays, 10 to 12. Chandler building. Elevator and beobc. el #01*18 FALL RESORTS. ATI.AXT1C CITY, X. J. GALEN HALL, j HOTKL AND SANATOUUM. With its eloeant comfort and superior table atu service, is a tin?- place tA finish the summer an< enjoy the fall. Baths for pleasure or health, with trained at fondants. Informaliou of Mr. Foster. 1333 l'a ave. 1". I.. YOl*XG. Mgr. Grand Atlantic Hotel, Virginia ave. ami the Beach. Atlantic City. X. J Capacity. (TOO guests. Large room*. 2 to 0 win dnws each. 10o wnp with hot and fold sea water baths Sept. and Oct. rates. Antericnr plan. $1(? to $17..>0 by the week: $2.50 tip by day Special rates to families. Orchestra. Write foi literature. CHARLES E. COPE. selS-7t.lO HOTEL STRAND;' ATLANTIC CITY, X. .1. Always Open. Capacity. .200. Built of steel, hriek and Stone; located neeru end of Pennsylvania uventte. Hot and cold fresl and sea water baths: single or en suite. Steair heat throughout. Elevator street level to toy floor. Fall and winter rates on application. F. B OFF. Mgr. II. C. EDWAUDS, Asst. Mgr. Bolfl-30t.10 New Princess Hotell (Fireproof 1; open all year; S. C. ave. and Beach. Atlantie City; near piers: entlrelv new; libera management: capacity, 400; elevator to street excellent table: white servicp; private hatha: er hestra; American plan. $W to $15 weeklv. $2 to $:' dailv. ABSOLUTELY THE FINEST HOTEI AND LOCATION FOR THE PRICK. Write foi new literature. CHARLES E. COrE, Prop. sei4-7t.lO HOTEL NEW ENGLAND, fionth Carolina ave. and the Beach. Private hatha: elevator: sun parlor: capacltv. .250. Snperlni table. Moderate rates. BRYAN A WILLIAMS. aeft-Ht.3 , Hotel Cornelle iIar-Ti"nL i _ Boardwalk. Open al year. Capacity, *.00. Modern equipment: excel lent table. fcfteclal fall terms $10 up weekly; *2 "P dally. FRANCIS TARNAlL Mgr. ae3-30t,5 Tiffilfoor I?TCim .1pom- ?T?*- and Beach. IlilliHU, ideal location; large, alrj rooms; excellent table. September weeklv ratea, V up A. M. DUNN. SPl-1flf.4 i ram raopis. Ocean end South Carolina ave.; elevator: large cool rooma, private baths: orchestra: eapaeltv 400. Special Sept. and Oct. rates. $10 to $17.?>< weeklv. Open all rear. Booklet. W. F. SHAW sel 201.7 Seaside House, nirefttly on the ocean front. Sea water baths. Open all the vear. sei.vnot.e r. p. cook's soxs. Hotel LamSjorn, year. All eonvenlences. Capacity. 200. Booklet a ii30 30t.4 O. Q. MTI.LKR. THE ^TT r IHI A Off UH . ^/u ur&ir\iLdiL^?^ ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. Moat aeloet loontlon on the orean front. I>l? tlnrtlve for Its elegance. excluslveneas. btch p class patronage and llbernl management. Sei water In all baths. Illustrated booklet. an30-30t10 NEWT,IN TIAINES. "~THE HOLMHURST. " 1 Pennsylvania are., close to Beach. Fnperln location: the highest point. The hotel of com . fort and thorough appointment. 200 rooms, mam , with private bath: stationary washstands. wltl l hot and cold running water. Elevator. Stean heat. etc. Open surronndlngs. yet most central Special fall terms. Open all rear. Booklet. an2B 30t.l0 HENRY DARNELL SPECIAL RATES FOR SEPTEMBER AT Hotel Sothern, 5$ weekly: elevator: private baths, etc.- euperfoi table: white service; capacity. 230. G. L. CAKE nc.20-30t.3 ASBI'RY PARK. If. J. ASBt.RY PAKE - BOOKLET AND 1IOT El rates sent on request to INFORMATION BL'REATT. MatOson ava.. JelR-tf.eRn.A Aahnry Park. X. J. VIRGINIA. : THE PLEA SA NT EST MONTHS IN TTTF mountains are Sept. and Oct. The best placi to spend them Is at "THE LOTTDOl'X." Blue mont. Va. JNO. D. CHAPIN. Prop. I seR-sa.Sii.tu.tb.to ocl5 j VERY ACCESSIBLE. AO MI. FROM WASH. VII Blnemont: Teller, mt. and water scenery: ahad ed ground* and drives: autoroohllln*. flahlni Mating and swimming: spring beds: no chll dren: dally msll. R.F. D.: telephone; good fare fresh meats, milk, fruits, fowls: S7 pr. wk. til Nov.: rtrcnlsr Star otB<-e. or MATTRICB CAE TLEMAN. Castleman'a Ferry. Clarke Co.. Va. |eg2-B0t WRST V1HR1YIA. ! HILL TOP HOUSE; HARPERS FERRY. W. VA. selO-tf T. S. LOTETT. SPARROW'S INN. HARPERS FFRRYTW. YA Good board and rooms. Reduced rates for September. sefl-14t*-4 Mrs. W. I>. SPARROW. THE LOCKWOOD AND ANNEX. HARPER! Ferry. W. Va.. opens June 10. Shady lawns; t?h!p and oprrlpA Mppllpnt A P OVVTET. Prop. my24-tf BAILROAD^ ' GHEiAIPEAKi BEACH mm company. SCHEDULE OF TRAINS TO AND FROM CHESAPEAKE BEACH. Subject to change without notice. Sl'ND AY. Going, leave District line station 9;25 and 11 a.m.. 2:30 and 4 p.m Returning, leare Chesapeake Beach 7 a.m.. 12:45. 2:10 and 6 p.m. COMMENCING MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 21. WEEK DAYS. Going. lenTC District line station 9:25 a.m. and 5:40 p.m. Returning, leave Chesapeake Beach <1:20 a.m. and 2 p.m. SUNDAYS. Going, leave District line station 9:25 a.m. and 4 p.m. Returning, leave Chesapeake Bead 7 a.m. and 2:10 p.m. PAUL Y. WATERS. selfl-2t General Manager. W., B. & A. E. RY. "The Electric Line." THE BEST WAY TO BALTIMORE. ANNAPO LIS AND U. S. NAVAL ACADEMY, i Double Track From Washington to Baltimore. Baggage Checked Free. Electric Palace Cars From White House Statloi (15TH AND H STREETS NORTHEAST). j For Baltimore? 5:30. 6:30. *7:00. 7:30. 8:00 " 8:30. *9:00. 9::!0, 10:00. 10:30. *11:00 and 11:3< ! a.m.. 12:00 neon. 12:30. *1:00, 1:30. 2:00. 2:30 *3:00. 3:30, 4:00, 4:30. *5:00. 0:30, 0:00. 0:30 *7:00. 7:M. *8:30. 9:30. *10:30 and *11:33 p.m daily. For Annapolis?0:30. 7:30. 8:30. 9:30. 10:30 and 31:30 a.m.; 12:30. 1:30. 2:30. 3:30. 4:30. 5:30. 0:30. 7:30. 9:30 and *11:35 p.m.. dally. Indicates local trains. All others are limited. i stooping only at Naval Academy Junction. N? walking or hiring of cabs necessary. Fares. One way. Round trip. Tn Baltimore 78c 91.38 To Annapolis and U. S. Naval Academy 75c 91.28 All H street cars run direct to White Hon*! Station. Ticket office at 14th and N. T. are. northwaal and at White House Station, 13th and II its. NORTHEAST. Telephone M. 7305. l*28-tf.40 BaStSmniore amid Ohio R. R, LEAVE NEW UNION STATION. ROYAL BLUE LINK. "EVERY OTHER HOUR ON THE ODD HOUR' TO PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK. NEW TERMINAL. 23D STREET. NEW YORK ' 7.00 a.m. Diner. Pullman Parlor. ' 79.00 a.m. Buffet. Parlor. 5-hour Train. #0.110 a.m. Diner and Pullman Parlor Car. i ll.tit a.m. Diner and Pullman Parlor Car. * 1.00 p.m. Diner and Pnllman Parlor Car. *3.00 p.m. "Royal Limited." All Pullmati, 3hr 74.00 p.m. Coaches to Philadelphia. .VOO p.m. Diner ami Pullman Parlor. . *8.00 p.m. Coaches to Philadelphia. 12.4*1 p.m. Slee|>ers. *2.32 a.m. Sleepers. ATLANTIC CITY. 77.00. *9.00, 711.00 a.m. 71.00. *3.00 p.m. "EVERY noun ON THE HOUR" TO BALTIMORE. tWeek davs. 7.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m.l *2.52. 73.00, 7<;.:m, *7.oo. *7.20, 7s.no. *R.30 9.00. 79.30. 710.00, *11.00 a.m., *12.00 noon, 712.03. *l.no, J1.13. 72.00. *3.00. 73.20, ?3.30. 74.00, 74.43. *3.0o. 75.03, *3.30. +0.00. ?.:? 77.1*1. *8.00. 79.30. *10.0it. 10.33, *11.33. *12.0( p.ui. WESTWARD. fHKWGO. *1.22. *3.:tO p.m. OIXriNXATI. ST. LOI IS and LOUISVILLE, *9.H) a.m.. *4.05 p.m.. *12.40 nierht. I'lTTSBURU. *9.10 h.iu., *1.22. *9.10 p.m.. *12.rw) nl?ht. CLEVELAXD. *9.10 p.m. < 1)1.1 MRUS. *r.:;!0 p.m. WMF.KLIN*!. *9.10 a.m.. *.V30 p.m. Wl XUIIKSTKR. 49.10 a.m.. . 4.05, v.">.00 p.m. i I'REDKRM'K. tS.20. ?9.1.*. a.m., |1.20, 44.0.". 45.4.1 p.m. HAOF.ItSTOWX. 9.10 a nv. 45.00 p.m. ANXAPOI.IS. |7.2?*. 49.00 a.m.. 112.03 noon. ! 4;:.2<>. J5.30 ami *0.00 p.m. *Dallv. 4K*rppt SumlaT. fScmlav onlv. TELEPHONES at all of th<- following liekH offW.?: 1417 U ST. X.W., Main 1391; 619 P?no aTlTania arp., Main 27s. New Union Station Ticket Office, Main 75>0. Infyrinatiou Bureau Main 73SO. RAILROADS. ? . SeaboardAsr Lane Railway ! TICKET OFFICE. 1421 PENNA. AVE. NOTICE. Follow ink schedule not guaranteed. P:05 A.M. DAILY ? Seahnard Mull. Tfc roach <'o*ihM and I'nlliuan sleepers to Savannah and' Jacksonville. Through sleeper Washington to , I | Hamlet and llnmlet t?> Atlanta. iMnfns car*. 1; 7.3.' I' M. DAIIA Seaboard Express. Coaches ; and Pullman to Savannah. Jacksonville. Tampa. | Atlanta. r.lrm! ugham. Memphis. Pining ear*. K. H. STANSEI.I.. District P?MM|?t Agent. SOUTHERN" RAILWAY.'! N. R. Foil.nvinc schedule flt irf# publlibfd only as Information and are u<?t guaranteed For Atlanta. Birmingham. Mobil*. New <">rleaus. Asheville. Chattanooga. Memphis. 8:lf>, a.m. ainl IU:4T< p.m. <ia 11 \. For Roanoke. Knntullt>, Chattanooga. Mom-| j phis. Now <trloans. 10:(g> p tn. daily. For Columbia. -Charleston. Augusta. Alison. ! I SaMiimab. Jacksonville and Florida points. 4 lit 1 p.m. tlally. Tourist oars for California tri-weekly 4:10 p m . I/v-al for Harrisonburg. ?:5o a.to. dally, t lo I p.m. wool; (lavs; for Danville, 8:15 a.m. dally, j j and fur Charlottesville, 8:15 a.m. and 4:.V. p.m. j daily. Frequent trains to and from Rluemnnt. J L. S. BROWN. Gonoral Agent > Chesapeake*? foioRar, way NOTE.?Published only as information, and not guaranteed. 4:00 P.M. C. A O. LIMITED, daily -Fast vestibule train. Pullman sleepers to Louis* ille. Cincinnati Indianapolis. Chicago and St. Ixuils. Conneetion for Virginia Hot Spring*, j! Pullman ears Louisville to Nashville Mem ! . j phis and New Orleans. Dining ears, a la : * ! earte service. \ 11:30 P.M F. F. V LIMITED, dailv?Pullman sleepers to Clnelniiatl. Lexington and Lulls- > ' vflle. Compartment sleeping ear to Virginia Hot Springs wsk days. Dining ear. a la earte aerviee. Pullman sleepers Cincinnati to) Chicago and St. Louis ulid Louisville t? Memphis. Nashville and New Orleans. Reservation* end tickets at 513 Pennsylvania ; 1 avenue. 1330 F street and new 1'nlon station, r Telephony Main T.180 for Washington Terminal Cnh Service, and Main 10?fi or L"JO?i for C. A O. Ticket Office. j | AtSantflc Coast Lime. September 7. ISftS. . Notice. These departures and eonneelluna are j not guaranteed. 4:2o a.m. dally-Through coaches and sleeping j - ears to Jacksonville. 3:45 p.m. daily- Sleeping ears to Jacksonville, j ' Fla.: Port Tampa. Fla.: Augusta, tia.; Charles ton. S. O., and Wilmington. s<. C. Through coaches to Jacksonville. FNEXCEI.LED DINING CAR SERVICE. For tickets and all informal ion applv at the OFFICE OF THE LINE. 141P NEW YORK AVE NI'K NORTHWEST AND FVION STATION. c m t? T 4 tire Tt t? i n'...i,i...t ao TN t' VI ii\?. i . i/.i ..a.. v? ni?n ni?i<'ii. i \ \ T. C. WHITE. G.P.A. W. J. CRAIG. P.T.M.. J Wilmington. N C. j ^ OCEAN 'T^ VELV | . a S.S.Tonnraon,. .Oct. .~!S.S. Rrrnn... .Nor. 5 S. S. Vcrili. ...Oct. 2<>S.S. Vasnri. ..Not. 20 I I HE Steamers of this line are especially fit'ed r I 1 for Southern voyages. Large and we II yen- I - tilated Staterooms. The Saloon. Smoking and I j r Reception rooms are on the upper deck. V 1 I For rates and further information address ' local ticket agents or I I BFSK A JKVON'8, G?n. Agents I a 301 Produce Biohange. N. T. M ! IrftiMI? - AMERICAN LONDON?PARIS?HAMBURG. " Drutscta'and....Sept. 24'Amprika Oct. 1 . 'Pretoria Sept. 26 i *G. Waltlcrscc.. .Oct. 3 , *To Hamburg direct. GIBRALTAR-NAPLES?GENOA. i Moltke Oct. 8. Dec. S P. Lincoln Not. 19 * Hamburg Not. 3. Jan. 3 b? the? S. S. Deutschlard ^.V' ; Winter Cruises ;r\vk?T\NDrcs TRAVELERS' CHECKS ISSCF.D. " COMPANY'S OFFICE. 45 BROADWAY. N. T. I E. F. DROOP k. SONS. 925 PA. AVE. * auI3-th.sa.tu.tf ; AMERICAN LINE. i PLYMOUTH ? CHERBOURG ? SOUTHAMPTON. * PHILADELPHIA?QUEENSTOWN?LIVERPOOL Atlantic Transport Line. NEW YORK-LONDON DIRECT. RED STAR LINE. NEW YORK?LONDON VIA DOVER-ANTWERP WHITE STAR LINE. NEW YORK-QUEENSTOWN?LIVERPOOL. PLYMOUTH? CHERBOURG - SOUTHAMPTON. BOSTON?QUEEN STOWN?LI VERPOOL. ITALY & EGYPT * VIA AZORES. MADEIRA AND GIBRALTAR. I CanopIe Oct. 3 Nor. 21 Jan. lft Feb. 27 > <Tetic Not. 7 Dec. 10 i Romanic Oct. 27 Dec. 5 Jan. 30 REPUBLIC Not. 28 Jan. 2 Feb. 13 : CEDR1C (21.035 tons! Ja'n. 9 Feb. 20 CELTIC (20.004 tonal Jan. 28 Mar. ? WASHINGTON OFFICE. 130fl F ST. N.W. I R. II. HICKS, Passenger Agent. mh21-312t.eSn FRENCH L2NE. COMPAGME GENERAI.H TRANSATLANTTQCB Direct Line to Harre?Paris (France!. Sailing every Thursday at 10 a.m. from pl#r No. 42. North Klver, foot Morton at.. N. Y. La Savole. Sept. 24 *T?a Touralne.. .Oct. 13 La Provence. Oct. lI'La Savote Oct. 22 La Lorraine... .Oct. S *La Provence.. .Oct. 20 Twin-screw steamers. SPECIAL SAILING. , New Twin-screw S.S. "CHICAGO." Oct. 3, noon. Frotn Pier 84. W. 44th at. Second and Third Class Oiilv. GENERAL AGENCY. 19 State St.. N. T. GEORGE W. MOSS. 1411 O ST. N.W. fe29-363r CUNARB LENES. From Piers 51-82-54. North River. QUEENSTOWN-LIVKRPOOL. 1 LONDON?PARIS. I Maurctanla.Sept.23.2pm [ Carmania.Oct. 3. 10 am Etruria.-.Sept. 2ft. 8 am ' I.ucania...Oct. 7. 11 am I Campania..Sept. 30. 9 am Umbria Oct. 10. .8 nin ; I AT f Largest. Finest and Fastest j iUciui^iaiiia j steamship!" afloat In tha T iisita net 1 world, aatl * A-UtsUdnia ^ WEDNESDAYS. Hungarian-American Service TO FTUME VIA GIBRALTAR. NAPLES. TRIESTE. SLAVONTA T>pt. 24, Not. 12 j - PANXOXIA . Oet. A CARPATHIA Oet. 22 I CAROM A Not. 28. Jan. 7. Feb. IS | Vernon FI. Brown. Gen'l Acent. 21-24 State at., N. Y . Opposite the P.atterjr. Or 126 State St.. F.oston. Mass. 1 G. W. MOSS. A*ent. 1411 G st.n.w.. Washlnjtoa. fe!4-312t eSn i NORTH GERMAN LLOYD j Fast Express Service. PLYMOUTH?CHERBOURG-RREMRN-IO A.M. K. Wm. d Gr.. Sept.22 f Kronprinz Wm... .Oet. 6 j Ceellie Sept. 29 'Kaiser Wm II .Oet. 1.1 Twin-Screw Passenger Service. PLYMOUTH?CHERBOURG?BREMEN -10 A.M. Gr. Kurfuerst, Sept. 24 Frledricb Wm....Oet. s * Buelow Oct. 1 VBarbarossn Oct. IS Omits Plymouth. vOtnlts Plymouth-*'herlmurg. Mediterranean Service. GIBRALTAR?NAPLES?GENOA, AT 11 A.M. K. Lulse Sept. 26 P. Irene Oet. 24 K. Albert Oet. 10 IK. I.nise Not. 7 ' North German Lined Travelers' Cheeka. OELRICHS Ss CO.. NO. r, BROADWAY. N. Y. ! WASHINGTON OFFICE. 11.17 F ST. N.W. E. F. DROOP A SONS CO.. S25 PENNA. AYE. ) 'el-112t.eSll I I If Going to Europe I Hare Tonr nr.all "ddressed care the I>nn<lon ofllee of The Washington Star. No. 3 Recent Street, , ! London. England. If desired, mall will be for| warded to all parts of Europe and the Continent. Tourists are requested to register at onr ' "tflce utxm reaching London. [ Washington Star London Office, No. 3 Refent at. de?Q-tf STEAMSHIPS. Clark's cruises of the "Arabic." 16.000 tana, ta Orient Round the World^ ^ no R. M. HICKS. 1306 F at. n.w.. Washington.'D. C * FRANK. C. CLARK. Tfmea ^nlldlug. New York. an7-tf _ Republicans Meet to Ratify. rr* 1 . /\ ntnacs an/1 r.r>r-4- 1 I llf auiin, an\! par*I avllUI^ l?I 1 the democratic party were severely con- | ! demned last night by James W. Poe in an ; address before the Taft and Sherman Colored Republican Club of the District at Rustine Hall, 211 Virginia avenue southwest. The object of the meeting J was to ratify the nominations of William j H. Taft and James S. Sherman for Pres- J ident and Vice President. Others who i spoke were Messrs. G. S. Watson. E. C. Smith and Henry Adams, alt of whom I bitterly assailed and condemned the dem- j ocratio party. Key. Thomas 1.,. Green pre- i sided and George C. Mason acted as ?ec- j retary. ? It pays to read the want columns of The j Star. Hundreds of situations are filled through them. I RIDING JM BACK Gen. Grant's Doughty Band on Homeward Way. DUE AT FORT 4:30 P.M. VitU Ti,.o tr ju.aivc xiunjr .nines in oevcn xiouis and a Half. MAJ. POTTER BECOMES ILL He's Brave. However, and Will Not Give Up the Horse?Allison in Ambulance. Between the jolly call of "reveille" a 1 the droning sound of "fatigue cull' tn morning the column of army officers wr ? are taking a practice ride over the sacred soil of old Virginia made a rec ord of tea miles. At the head of the column. s?- ting the pace, was Gen. Fred I). Grunt. A message received by The Star ti; x morning stated that the otlloers passed Hunter. Va.. at 8:.'J0 a.m.. having ma le the distance of ten miles since they strut k tents at Fairfax Courthouse. The message also stated that every otie of tl.% riders was in good shape, unil that rue was riding sldewlse. but all wore astrld* and sitting bolt upright with military dignity, so far as the jogging of their* steeds would permit. Gen. Grant, who is filling the position of riding master for the colonels, lieutenant colonels and majors, is said to partak* very much of the Roosevelt type of strenuoslty. He is himself a daring and graceful rider, and at times he is said to hnvs led his brother officers a wild chase unci spurt over the clay roads of Fairfax county. While Cirri. Grant i.- snid to have upon his animal with the ease of a centaur, some of the officers, especially those who are assigned to "doughl>oy" commands, had a rather rough time of it After the cavalcade had covered about twenty miles yesterday forenoon. Maj. Charles L#. Potter. Corps of Engineers, stationed at Tompklnsville, N. V? suddenly became nauseated. It was explained that his illness resulted from some strong medicine he had taken the night before for stomach trouble. Maj Potter Is a very large man. weighing 1M<? pounds and standing six feet four In hi* socks. He declined to return to camp, but stuck it out with the column. Ho was furnished a fresh horse this morning for the return ride and wind-up of tha test. Why Allison Dropped Out. Col. Janu s X. Allison of the subsist ene? department was another unfortunate, ami will come in at the finish this afternoon seated on a cushion in the accompanying ambulance. He was directed by the surgeon to abandon his mount at noon yesterday. It was said he ate something at Fort Alver before the start which mad? him ill. By order of President Roosevelt tha riders were required to make thirty mile? yesterday in seven And one-half hours, including stops for rest by the wayside. * Vjri tlllL V\ rt> UlIfLiru Hi orr iu 11 vuny the distance was covered. As no rain has fallen for a long time, the condition of the roads in the nearby Virgi: 'a county are described as dry and fille.l with suffocating dust. Tlia horses of the forty officers as they jo?c along or strike out on a "lope" cans** great clouds of dust to arise, and tlia officers are covered, their fatigue uniforms resembling olav-colored khaki, rather than the natty blue. An old Virginia farmer declared they appeared like a company of "Yankee cavalry" as they appeared on their raids back in the GO's. It was said that tlia officers, after their long ride over tle? dusty roads, will be apt to suffer from what is known to countrymen as "dust cough," caused by particles of dust settling in the throat and nasal organs. Due at Fort This Afternoon. When Gen. Grant reaches Fort Myei* this afternoon he will have covered .tf totai of 3CN? miles in the saddle on horsemanship tests at different places an>| periods since July 13 The riders expressed sorrow over tlia death of Lieut. Selfridge and the serious accident to Inventor Wright and his aeroplane. It is the expectation that the 'column; will ride into Fort Mvor on the conclusion of the practice tide at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon, and it is understood that there will be a gathering of the friends of the officers and curious spectators to sea the riders limp into port. r ~ LAUREL AND VICINITY. ?? ? T-.. Special Correspondence of The Star. LAUREL. Md.. September is. lhOS. ? Misses Carrie Fox. Tillie Fox and Mrs. Van Bu.skirk of Hughesville. Fa., who/ have been visiting Mrs. Frank T. Gainer on Montgomery street, have returned to uieir numr. Harry S. Phelps, son of former Mayor Edward Phelps, is very ill at his home with typhoid fever. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Stewart and son Kenneth, who have been spending: the summer in Laurel. have returned to their home in Baltimore. C. Edward Phelps has returned from a two weeks' trip to Atlantic City. Dr. Harley has returned from a trip to the eastern shore. Mrs. P. A. Wagner was the recent guest of her daughter, Mrs. P. H. Starklauf. Miss Gussie D. Bond has returned to her home after spending two -.veeks Atlantic City. Rev. and Mrs. D. H. Martin have returned from a visit to relatives and friends in New York. Mrs. William Milstead is visiting relatives in Baltimore. Miss Mary O. Clark I.as returned front a ten days' stay at Atlantic City. Armour Jardine is stopping at the Hotel Dennis. Atlantic City. Miss Mira Slater of Washington. D. C.. is visiting iter aunt. Mrs Grafton. Mrs. Fannie Long is visiting relatives in Philadelphia. (}. A. Ma> Donald is spending ten day* with his parents at Martinsburg. W. Va. Misses Maude Wineburger. Mida Miller and Ethel Miller have returned to take up their studies at the Laurel High School. Miss Lila Tighe has returned to hep home after a visit to relatives in Philadelphia. Pa. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Douglas and daughter. who have been visiting their parents at Kinsale, Va.. have returned. Miss Annie Stanley was the recent guest of friends in Baltimore. Mrs. Silberman of Baltimore has been visiting iter sister. Mrs. Sneidman. Miss Annie Morrison of Washington lias returned to her home after visiting her mother, Mrs. Howard Morrison. Cold Bath Daily for 100 Years. KlSw YORK. September 19?"1 was able to celebrate my 108th birthday because I have taken a cold plunge every morning of my life for one hundred years. r?- i ..... t <vn- r. nlft water and for til? I i ii nanai i > v... fact that I don't wear corset* 1 am convinced I would have died halt a century ago." In this way Mrs. Elizabeth Hunt, who has been ill only twice, explained % few days ago her long life Mrs Hunt, who is small, but wonderfully well preserved. walks a .mile daily, climbs thre? flights of stairs to her room nightly, eats three square meals daily and takes her cold baths unassisted. Her only defect is total blindness due to cataracts. She says she is the only living woman who was kissed by Gen. T?afayette. Tin* incident occurred on the steps of the city hall eighty-four years ago Mrs. Hunt tells how the general remarked about the brightness of her eyes and said Its wished France could boast of women so fair. Mrs. Hunt explained that her ho boy in life was fresh air.