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HORSES AND VEHICLES.
FOR SALE-EXCELLENT FAMILY MARK; AB
'nolntely fearless: also Jump-fat surrey and
canopy-top runabout (robber tire): line condition.
rail Room IT, 80- F at. n.w.. or phone
Tak'nna 139. ?e!9-3t*
F? >KSALE4 CHEAP HORSES t>N I'ASTt UK.
Bl.idonsburg road n.e. opp< site lioffler's salon.
*el9-3t*
FOR SALE?CONTENTS OF A FIRST <1,ASS
private stable, consisting of Brewster brougham,
victoria, livery, lap robes, harne s, blankets, j
Can l>e seen from Sam until 1 p.m. PRIVATE
STABLE. 1813 M n.w. sol9-3f i
FOR SALE Hi "SI NESS HI tit.Y ?It ? ?I > AS I
new: cost SlV>: will sell for $ >.">. Apply 1135
l?th st n w. *e!9-3t*
FOR SALE GOOD HORSE FOR ANY WORK: I
weight. 1.20*) lbs.; gentle; city broke. 2113
Penning : ' nelS-3t*
FOR SAI.K A HANDSOME AND SOFND:
home. suitable for nn.v purpose; a bargain if
mM at OOre. 222S Que n.w. seis 3t*.eSti
i'm; sake V soi ml 7\nT> hands! >me j
home; suitable for anv jiti-pose; .1 1 >:itjthIn if
taken at once. OWNER. 222* Q seJS-3t
riiir S V iTk TINK ItLA < K~ IMRSK. 4 YEARS
old: perfect in every respect: must be sold at
erne. Call after 4:30 p.m. 1005 13th st. n.w.
F H. JENKINS. selR3t*
FOR SAIJ> c worv rop m NABOI T; NKAKly
Yew; phy-blan's buggy. jnst done over, in
first class condition; set of single harness. 201
East Capitol st. sel.s-3t*
f< >i: sai .ii- el Tea i* pli mpfks i*. i sin ess
buggy: also canopy-top runabout. Applv. morn
lugs only 224 C Ti n-., or phone M. 5387.
se1S-?t
Dir. SA1.R IHIRSE. SI'KREY. DAYTON WAG- ;
on and harness. 411 R st. n.w. scl7-4t*
r>>R SALE -BAY*cop SimRT TAIL. QFIET i
and rentle; rnnabout. harness, etc. THE 1
HORSE 2021 17th at n w. ae16 5t*
C5REAT SACRIFICE SAI.K OF CARRIAGES.
WAGONS AND H \RNESS: NEW AND SEC- i
OND HAND WAGONS FROM $17. TO $77.. :
S. D. WATERS A SON. 310 PA. -YE. N.W.
nu" tf 4 *|
FKRSONS WISHING TO BT'Y OR SEI.L. |
hire or exchange horses carriages and harness j
will find It to their advantage to call on or !
address WM F. DOWNEY'S REPOSITORY i
AND STABI.ES. Ifi22-lfi28 L n w. Je23-tf
COGSWELL'S IS THE CHEAPEST AND MOST i
reliable place to buy new and second-hand
traps, snrreys. runabouts, daytons and delivery
wagons; $15 up; harness, $4 up. 209 11th n.w.
myt-tf __ l
WATinrie a TrrtTTriT arc pad tttt>x? !
XlUXVOXiO OC XUft nxxvii.
HARRY REASLEY'S SANITAR Y ROARPI-O'
STABLE ? All horses and vehicles kept or
ground floor. Teams for mercantile service at
popular prices. 20S 11TTT ST. N W. JvU-flOt-4
1INH LINE noRSRS, CARRIAGES. RFN
Rhouts; all descriptions: pleasure, mercantile
purposes: reasonable. PORTLAND STABLES,
643-645 N Y. ave. J. M. PEAKE. Prop.;
phone M. 1 35S. Je24-flOt-4
AUTOMOBILES. j
WILL SELL WHITE STEAM TOURING CAR
very cheap if bought at once. C. T. NANCE,
2<>24 Eye st. n.w. sel9-3t
KTTK SALE SINGLE-SEAT MACHINE: HNE
eonilitlon: must he sold for want "f no; best
offer takes it. 612 14th 8t. n.w., 3d floor.
seli?-.3t
A? Tt'Mi HHLJL 190S MODEL: LARGE RPI' K
roadster: eolor. gray: two scats In rear: four
passengers: 24-32-h.p : four-cylinder motor;
nearly new: fully eq ipped with extras; original
price. 52.250; st .Iing price. $1,250. Room
21. Franklin bldg.. Baltimore ahd North sts..
Baltimore. Md. sclil-3t*
FOR SALE?AN OLDS RUNABOUT. IN !PER
feet order; cheap. 300 North Carolina ave. s.e.
selS-3t
FOR SALE ? GASOLINE RUNABOUT: OOOPorder.
easv terms; also electric rnnabont. 639
East Capitol st. selS-3t*
POPE HARTFORD. MODEL B. 5-PASSENGER
touring car; detachable tonneau; touring box;
lamps, horn, lots of extras; guaranteed in fine
running order Throughout: cost $1,250 without
extras. Will sacrifice for $295 to a quick
buver. X. POOLE. Martinshnrg. W. A'a.
se1S-3t?
13 Hi SALE ? TWO-CYLINDER RUNABOUT;
S'-hehlar carbnretor; extra tube; excellent condition:
$275. ,V>7 A st. s.e. se1S-3t
FOR SALE--2i'HORSEPOWER AUTOMOBILE:
complete: with two bodies, touring and runabout.
Can be seen at 1333 14th st. n.w.
se1S-3t*
FOR SALE ? 4-CYLINDER A! TO TOFRING
car. fullv equipped; cheap if sold at once. 1724
Willard or N. 4256. sel7-3t
RFNABOCT WANTED; IN GOOD CONDITION;
state full particulars, year made, lowest cash
price. Rot (124. Martinsbunr. W.Va. sel(>-4t
REGAL ROADSTERS ANT TOFRINO CARS.
25 HORSEPOWER. 4 CYLINDERS; SALE
PRirF. $1.2.10: TMMEPIVTE DELIVERY:
DEMONSTRATIONS CHEERFULLY GIVEN 1
NATIONAL GARAGE. 1333 14TH N.W.
PnONE N. 2152. se2-90t
___ . ^
FORD ROADSTER. 18-TLP.. 4 CYLIN- 1
PER $775: IMMEDIATE DELIVERY; i
W A SITING TON'S FAVORITE CAR;
PHONE FOR A DEMONSTRATION. 1
CHAS. E. MILT ER A- BRO.. 1
1105 14TH ST. PHONE N. 4170. <
>n.O-BOt 1
WE HAVE A SOLID AUTOMOBIl.E TIRE '
which has no equal; safe from punctures an<I j
all other troubles; also sole agent* for the j Swinchart
clincher automobile tire. GEIBEI, ' i
A roi.r.INS. 302 IT st n e. >25 90t j
AUTOMOBILES FOR HIRE. 5
AUTO LIVERY CO.. \
2:14 14TII ST. \
."/> TAXICABS AND TOURING CARS. ?
BRANCH OFFICES. f
NEW WILLARD, RALEIGH. ARLINGTON. t
acO tf.5 (
LARGE JACKSON TOURING CARS \
1 OR HIRE -PHONE M 0444 FOR HIRE. ,
in. 10 New YnTk ave. (Halls of the Ancients). .
JACKSON AUTOMOBILE CO. i
OUR CARS HAVE NO COMPARISONS. I J
top tf I ;
MOTORCYCLE. !
Mi!.K AGF.NT FOR THE THOK & CI RTISS J
motorcycle; first-class machines for rostl an<l >
genera' purposes. GEO. W. BEALL. 2120 14th
r w Phone N. .111)2 nu31?t-4 ,,
LEGAL NOTICES." |!
. i
IN THE SI PKEME COURT OF THE IMS- ! !
t-t ,,f Columbia, Holding a Special Term as a '
District Court.?No. 7*1.? In the matter of the ' 1
' n.iemnatlon of squares numbered sixty-three <
ttlTi and eighty-nine (S!o In the city of Washing <
T il! in the District of Collimhln for the use nrirt . I
( 'turnodath n of the I"nif *<! States for cmtln- I '
liiuit th>- Improvement of Park. ? Cpon ! !
. nsirieration of the petition tiled heroin by the ' I
I'niteil States of America. through D;tnh>I W. 1 ]
Taker on behalf of the Attorney General of the i
Tinted States, seeking the condemnation of all of i
?<l".tre<< <;{ and Sf> in the elty of Washington. In i
toe District of Columbia, for the use Hnd .n-i-om- '
modatb n of the United Slates for continuing the i
Improvement <'f Potomac Park. In eonformlty j i
r i the a t of Congress approved Mav 27, A.D. I '
1WR, entitled "An act mrikitig appropriations for '
sundry civil expenses of the government for the ]
al year ending .lone 30. 19O0. and for other! |
purposes." It i.? by the court this 24th day of ; i
August. A.D. 1908, ordered that heirs of John i j
Allen; heirs of Bernard Gilpin: heirs of Edmund j ]
llanly: Edmund Manly: Mary J. Dashlell: Anna : Brown:
Joshua Warftcld: Joshua N. Warf>ld: ' :
heirs of Baltls Font: Michael Nichols: heirs of | _
M.bael Nichols: Myer B. Newman: Don A. San- i
ford: Oliver K. Harr- W. W. Edwards: John;,
Camp: h-dm of John Camp: Charles A. MrEuen: j
F.nima Toder: Malcolm Hnfty: Charles T.
Voder: Columbia College, now George Washing- j
ton t'nlverslty: Rose 1- Easby and Fanny B.
Eashy. trustees: Rose L. Easby: Fatinv B. j
Easby; Koslna H. Fasby and James S. Easbv- :
Smith, trustees William Easby, Thomas B. j
Easby: Harriet M. Easby. Marian C. Valk: Lon- I
t?a B. Valk Catherine S. Cole; Esther K. 1
Brooke: Elizabeth B. Easby: Theodore F. S.
King: Harry B King: Alexins 8. King: William j
H I.Ink ins: Wllbelmina M. Fgshy-Smltb: Wilton I
J 1-amhert: Jant'-s Montgomery, trttstee; heirs
of Amos Smith: Ghrlstlan Kemp; heirs of Christian
Kemp: Robert Allison: heirs of Robert Allison:
Margaret J Stone, trustee; the Chesapeake
nnd Ohio Canal Company (a body corporate!: Joseph
Bryan and Hugh E. Bond Jr.. surviving
trustees James B. Nicholson Elizabeth Glass;
Cassardrla Wright: Amos S. Wright: William A.
K. Wright: Prlsollla Hainsey: Alfred Matthls;
Benjamin Matthls. William Peak; Mar? Peak; <
Elizabeth Brown: Susan Mcintosh: Joseph Mat- |
this: George Matthls; Heely Mcintosh: Adeline j
Keren; Isaac Smith: Joseph Smith: heirs ef >
Mllltlus Thomas Kirk: heirs of Ferdtnando Fairfai:
helm of George Swlnele- helm of Jacob
Hoffman. Jr.: H^we Totten; F.dlth Totten: Gerald
H. Tortehj Mary Howe Totten; Sarah B. Moore;
l.lilv ( >tone; Iottis W. Moore; heirs of John i '
Kepbart: heirs of Henry Yoel or Joel; Watson' 1
J. Newton; Augustus Rurgdorf; C. H. Wiltsie- | 1
Richard Oalther. Martha S. King. Mary Cecilia i
King. May King and Thomas King, minor, and '
all other persons owning, occupying or claiming 1
any title. Interest or lien in or uiion any of I
the said several pari els of land situated In the i
said squares aforesaid, which are sought to be!
condemned herein, be. and they are hereby. !
required to appear in this court and answer I
the exigencies of the said petition on or be
fore the 1st day of October. A.D. 1908. at 10 I
o'clock a m., at which time the court wl'.l pro- I
reed with the matter of the condemnation of the .
atewe described parcels of property. l'rovld*-d. j
howcyer, that a copy of this order he published
twice a wek for (J?p weeks, commencing Tups
dav. August 2". A I>. 1908. In the Washington
I'ost nnd The Evening Star, and once a week in
the Washington Law Renorter for four weeks, j
Rv the court; WENDELL 1* STAFFORD Justice.
(Seal.) A true copv Test J. It. YOCNG,
Clerk Bt S. McC. HAWKKN. Asst. Clerk.
a;.2S-t"*s?.lRt !
McNEII.I. A MeXEILL. ATTORNEYS* KOK '
plaintiff.?Order of publication.?In the Supreme '
Court of the District of Columbia.?N. M. Mat- ,
thews A Company, complainant, vs. George T.
I nderwood. defendant, and Alton I' Wlilte. garnishee.?At
law. No. .">0748.?The object of this
suit is to recover the sum of three hundred
thlrtv-three and twelve oue-hundredths dollars
($333.12). with !nt'-rc>t and costs, ami to have a'
judgment for condemnation of certain proj?erty [
ami credits of tt*? defendant levied on under an
attachment issued in fh;s suit to satisfy the
plaintiffff's claim It is thcref-.ro. this 11th day
of September. 1908. or-lered that the defendant j
appear in this court on or before the 4(>tli day. ;
exclusive of Sundays and legal holidays, after '
the day of the first publication of this order to j
defend this suit and show cause whv sa'd cop- j
demnation should not lie had: otherwise the suit
will be proc?*eded with as in case of default;
I'rovided. a copy of this order t-e published at
least once a week for three successive weeks tu
the Washington Law Reporter and The Washington
Evening Star before said day. ASHLEY M.
GOl'LD. Justice. iSeal.l A true copv?Tost:
By the Court. .1. R YOCNG. Clerk. By WtfSs
LEMON. Asst. Clerk. sel2-lavr,Sw
LEGAL NOTICES.
SI I'KK.ME </<?l'KT <>F THK DISTRICT OF
"Vdumbla. Holding I*robate Conrf.?No. 15470.
4dmlnlst rntlon.~Thls Is to give notice that the
mbscrlber. of the District of Columbln. has obtained
from the Probate Court of the District of
^olumbia letters testamentary on the estate of
Flenrr J. Mastbrook. late of the District of Ov
nnibla. deceased. All persons having elatnis
gainst Lfce deceased are hereby \varne<l to exliblt
the aame. with the vouchers thereof, letally
authenticated. to the subscriber <>n or he'ore
the 10th day of September. A.I). IftoO:
flierwise they may by law be excluded from
ill benefit of snld estate. Given under my hand
his 11th dav of September. 1S>0H. TI1F. WASHINGTON
LOAN AND TRFST COMPANY. Bv
'HKD'K KTCHF.LBKRGKU. Trust Otllcer. tSeal.)
\ttest: JAMKS TANNER. Register of Wills
'or the District of Columbia, Clerk of the Pro
>aro < ourt n. i.,.vii.v r.iv. .niururi.
wl2-1mr.3t
K H. THOMAS AND JAS. FRANCIS SMITH,
ittorneys in the Supreme Court of the District
if Columbia, holding a District Court.?In re
~onclcinnat'nn of land necessary to provide for
in addition to Monroe School, in the District of
rVilntTihln.?District Court. No. 782.? On consideration
of the petition of the Commissioners of
he District of Columbia filed in the above enItled
cause, and on motion of counsel for said
Commissioners, it is by the court this Hth day
if September. A.D. 1908. ordered that the clerk
if this court Issue a citation to John R. Darner
ind Antonia P. Sickles, owners, to appear in this
onrt on the 28th day of September. A.D. 1908.
it 10 o'clock a.m.. to answer said petition and to
how cause why the prayers thereof should not
:>e granted. and why lot numbered eight hundred
ind seventeen (R17>. lot numbered twenty-six (20j
ind lot numbered two (21, all in square num ered
twenty-eight hundred and ninety (28901. as
ecorded for purposes of assessment and taxation
n the office of the surveyor of the Distriet of
'obimbin. and more particularly deserilied In the
etition filed herein, should not be condemned for
he purpose of providing a site for a fonr-room
iddltion to the Monroe Public School In the PIsrict
of Columbia. It is further ordered that a
opy of said citation be served by the 1'nlted
'tates marshal for the District of Colombia upon
inch owners of the land sought to be condemned
wrein. and such persons interested herein, as msy
e found bv sain marshal or his deputies within
he District of Columbia: and It is further orlered
that all persons having any Interest in these
irooeedlngs be, and they are hereby, warned and
eq til red to appear In this court on or before the
laid 28th day of September. A.D. 1909. to answer
said petition, and to continue in attendance
mtil the court shall have made its final order
atifylng and confirming the award and report of
he commissioners to be appointed by the court
o appraise the value of the respective interests
>f all persons concerned in the land and premses
mentioned and described in the aforesaid
petition. It is further ordered that a copy of
bis order be published once in the Washington
Law Reporter and on six secular days in The
iVashington F.venlng Star, the Washington Post
ind the Washington Herald, newspapers pnbished
in said District, before the said 28th day
if September. A.D. 1908. By the Court. ASHLEY
M. GOULD. Justice. (Seal.! A true eopv?
rest: J R. YOUNG, Clerk. By S. McC. HAKKEN.
Asst. Clerk. sel4-f>t.eSn
IN THE SI" PR EM E COURT OF THE DIS
trlct of Columbia, bobling a Special Term as a
District Court.?No. "SO.?In the matter of the
condemnation of squares two hundred and twen:y-six
<226*. two hundred and twenty-seven (227).
:wn hundred and twenty-eight (228), two hundred
ind twenty-nine (229i and two hundred and
thirty (230). In the city of Washington. In the
District of Columbia, for use and accommodation
)t the United States Departments of State. Justice
and Commerce and I^abor. Upon consideration
of the petition filed herein by the United
States of America through Dnnlel W. Baker, on
tiehalf of the Attorney General of the United
States, seeking the condemnation of all of
squares 226. 227. 228. 220 and 230. In the city
>f Washington, in the District of 'Columbia, for
the use of the United States Departments of
'fate. Justice and Commerce and Labor, in conrormltv
with the act of Congress approved Msy
to, A.D. 1908. entitled: "An act to Increase the
imit of cost of certain public buildings: to auhorlze
the enlargement, extension, remodeling
ind improving of certain public buildings; to au'horlze
the erection and completion of public
viildines: to authorize the purchase of sites for
onblic buildings: and for other purposes." It Is
iv the court this 24th day of August. A.D. 1908,
ordered: That the Grand Opera House Co. (a
tody corporate): Plimpton B. Chase; Arthur A.
Birney; Gasherie DeWItt and Ezra D. Parker,
rustees; Orren G. Staples: Eugene W. Wheeler;
Duparquet. Hunt A- Monetise Co. (a body enrpo atet;
Arthur T. Brlce and William J. Flather.
rustees: Samuel G. Corn well; Wlllard Hotel
""o. (a body corporate): Annie F Murphy: George
FL Kyd. snrvlvlng trustee: William D. Hoover,
rustee: Milton E. Afles. trustee; Mrs. Anne C.
*nydpr: John D. Barne<; Rnltlmore American
Newspaper Co. (a hndv corporate): J. Forbes
Reale: Albert W. Ward; James Cunningham;
Jenrge H. Illghee: John M. Davis; Florentine
3afe Co.. incorporated: William E. Edmonsfon
ind Murray A. Cobb, trustees; Antonla P.
sickles: Edward J. Gardiner: Miranda Fraser;
tufns H. Darby Printing Co. (a body corporate);
Kational Engraving Co. (a body corporate); Edvard
H. Thomas and John T,. Proslse. trustees;
ftdwln H. Neumever; Israel Little- Jerome Mazwobl;
Guy H. Johnson and John C. Glttings,
m^tees: Anthony J. Clark; Dpnnis Mullnnev;
Ftlizabeth Trimhle; Marlon Frances Clark: Elizaicth
Nailor (otherwise called Bettle O. Nailer):
Robert Brown; Dennis J. MeCarthv; the District
>f Golumhia: Milton Smith; Benjamin F. Mr""anller:
Frances M Miller: Frederick W. GrcnFell:
Walter It. Wlllcox and George F. Hane,
irnstees: the Central Dispensary ana r.mergency
Hospital (a body corporate!; American Security
md Trust Co.. trustee; Edwin P. Jones; Kate
Mitchell; Klia Davis; Etta Coleman; Marsraretta
Navlnla N'allor; .Tames E. Grass; the Canltal
Bicycle Cluh (a body corporate!: Cnlon Tni?t
"V>. of the District of Columbia, tnistce; Wiliam
B. Tllbbs and Benjamin S. Graves tm?ees;
Henry UIke: Mover Coben and \doJnh TI.
Volf. trustees; William F. Hall; Edwin H.
'Ills bury. trustee; Conrad Becker: Clara Sotonon;
George A. Williamson: Walter F WIliamaon;
Marv Ann Aiken: Rena Williamson;
'ohn T. Williamson; Joseph Peyton: Harry J.
olsenhelss; George M. Emmerich and Douglas S.
Jackall. trustee?: J. TT. William Kettler: Danel
Cox; Thomas C Wilson; John C. Wilson;
fargaret Wilson; Edward D. WIttstatt: Thomas
leLaugblin; Nannie Mcl/tughlln: Walter Muintoy;
T.amar Gatewood; Aleyne A. Fisher; Albert
lainoly; Herman E. Gasch and Harry C. Rlrge.
mstees; Andrew B. Graham: the Globe Printing
'o. la body corporate!; T'nlon Trust and Storage
"o. rrf the Dbtrlct of Columbia, trustee; Myer
i Newman: T>-c Der?ey; Samuel C. Selbert:
Mien Dixon; Joseph Hawkins; Joseph Sansone;
fohn Henry We'senborn and Caroline Welsenwim.
hi? wife; I.eo Sansone: John Bac|galupn|;
lindope Salvarrnn: Tjivlna Norton; don I* Furazzi;
Frances M. Clark lotherwlsc called Mar'on
Frances Clark!; Attllllo Viazzl- Giovanni T,arazzo;
heirs at law of William H. Rlreh: Mary
F". Acton: narvey J. M Gowan: Jesse A. McTowan;
Plnkney R Havenner and Tamnard J.
Mather, trustees; J->mes T,. Norrls and John R.
Wight tnistee; Elizabeth .T. Miller: John B.
r.arner and J. Edward Chanmarr. trustees; Rlalen
Forrest: James Keith For-est; Edwin Fo--est;
\ibe-t Dulanev Forrest: Thomas It. Keith
Forrest; M?rv He'ep Forrest: Irene E. D. Me'herrv:
Justin M. Chamberlain and Oscar
r.uckett. trustees; Welfo'd B Ttand and James
P. Padgett, trustees: C Clinton Jame? and
r'harles Rendbeim. substituted trustees: Martha
5eotf. executrix: Elizabeth Emily Davidson;
r:eorge Albert Davidson: Margaret \nn Parker;
Mary Elizabeth Davidson: Emma M. Sepecnay;
Samuel Rl"e; Elizabeth Schneider: Charles
Schneider; David Schneider: Susanna A Moreland;
John Terlor: John Sansone; T.ewis P Shoemaker
and Albert F. Fox. trustees: ,T. Edward
Fhapman; E. Welsh Ash ford and Elmer F.. Rnmey
trustees; Charles F. Benjamin and Roger
F. Mitchell, truste-s: Matthew C. Rvrne: later'
r\ Ryrne; -Tnlia 51. Bern": Marv Pioal: BariMomcw
Manitli: T.lr-/ie M Walter: Frederick
Walter: Franels ^"resrh!: Daniel J. Burke;
Michael Gatll: Henrietta Fasten: Joseph T.
Bvrne: GInlto K?partl: Isaac Mendelssohn: Ohrlslian
Heurleh: D. F/dwa'd Fitzcerald: Alexander
IT. Bel! and Glarenee Waimslev., trustees- M->ry
El?in; Eoul-e .Teree- Nellie Artfinr Jovee: John
N. Joyce: Jessie MeGllnohey; Frances M Miller;
Mary 1j. Demnsey: Amanda J. Thcne: Marearot
V. Joyce- Georco W. Joyce; Roherf F,d w' n
Toyee: Nellie Teyee: Andrew J. -Tovoe Rd: Mary
F Gasodv: Frederick Gas'-dr- Fred S. Smith,
issicnee- MaWm TInftr William TT. Manocue;
lennie Gentor: Walter Wilson; Vletorla M'-Glonaan:
Sarah W. Rnsse'l: John Gallant: Ge->rcp
Whitney White and Ross Thompson trustees;
Samuel Gassenheimer: W.Thineton Eleetrie Vehicle
Transtw-fation Co. la body certiorate); John
""assets and Mahlon Ashford trustees: Jacob O.
Pehmever: Maggie K. MeElvane: Emma F.
Ellis: May Vlehmoyer: Jacob O. Vlehmevor. et'cntor
and trustee; Ghr'sftaoa Hoseh: William
Rurnett; John R. Hohman; Flla Mitchell; Jenn'e
*tkins:' Gatheripe I/mlsa Sheehan: George A.
Tray: lewis D Mver'v; Ida Drnry: TVa Angler;
Hatiel Grav; Glare Minor: Thomas F. Woetranan
and Irvine WHi'rmson. trn'tees; William
F*. Qtilcksill afid William S MeGarthv. tr"sees;
F Roller Reviser" Ids Temp'ln (otherwise
rnlled Panll"e Halli; Stenhen Oat'l; Soranhlne
V. Gattl: Gladys Rvan; Gharles E Banes and
lobn W B'awner. trnsfees: Emma F. B?nlam!n
otherwise known as Mrs. Willie Gillmorel; Vioet
Monroe- Washington Ixian and Trust Go.,
nistees: Rarel under: Randolph T Warslett;
Edna Mantel)- Arthur G Moses; Dorothy
Wells; Thelma McNeil: David Moore and R.
Jolden Donaldson, fd'stoea: Robert J. K'rk\strick
i rd Gharles W Slmnson. tntstees: Ray
"lllhert; May Gray: J. Snrlec Pool and William
Hill, trustees:" Washington Gltv Orphan Asvutn
of the District of Golumhts: Ghlldren's
Hospital of the District of Golnmhla: James S.
Harvey; B. Fen wick Harvey: Margaret R. Harrev;
Daisy Dver- Adell Dver: Harvey Dyer; Tarell
Over; Efta Dver" Frances T.. Dye-: Florence
Dyer. Henrietta Harvey D>er. Margaret R
en;,' Florence Dyer Berry. Dnlsv Dver Dnwwd
and Andrew J. Miller: James S Harvey
irid 15. Fenwlek Ilarrev. trnstees: T.ineoln I>.
t7no*?le: William T Powell: Albert A. Wjison.
-*??tse; Arthur I. Cline* Galrin Gain: William
"ierce; S I,onlse Douhlednv: Frank V. H""""""tv:
H" II \ f . f. U .1 r..oi>..ln.ll> l\* I ! 1 i o nv
. It. (V "HMfW MIM-MII MI il'TUi T? ' liinui
<atit*r- WMlfnm F Sinter: t.?wjre R. Smiter
itid ill other persons ownlnp ocnipyin? or
*1* Inline ?riT Interest or lion in or nnoo
iiiv ??f tb?* said several Pirelli of land sftnited
n tlif sa'd squire aforesaid. wh'rii ?r?? ?oii?rht
r?? 1m? eon?teinn?d hw'Ti. !?? ?nd they n**e hereby
*?-quir*"1 to In tills eonrt and answer
the exigencies of thA said petition op or ,l?eforo
the t*rst dny of 0!*totM?r. A.D. 1!*)**. *?t 10
f>*eiook m ni. at which time the court wi'l pr<>ro*??|
with the matter of the condemnation of
rh?> ijrsrrlbril parcels of nroo^rty I^ROIjWvfi
however. that ?i copy of this order he
published twjrp a week for flvn week*, conir?'?nolnc
Tuesdar. Actus* 25. A.P. 190*. in th*
U ;ishin?fnr Post and The Krrni*?fr Star, and
mee a week In the ^'ashinirtoii T,iw Renortor
r>r fonr weeks. Rv the court. WFXDEU, V.
SITAFFdBn, Justice. (Seal.) T>n? Cinr
Vomi .? R YOrvo. Clerk. By S. McC JpWk"**^
Assistant Clerk mi25-tii.iii.10t
The best help and
situations are obtained
from The Star "Want
Ads."
;
AUCTION SALES.
Fl'TL'HE DAYS.
MARCUS NOTES. AUCTIONEER.
EXECUTRIX'S SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE. SITUATE CORNER
OF ELEVENTH AND G STREETS
SOUTHEAST.
Under and by virtue of the will of Richard
Emmons, deceased, duly probated in the Supreme
Court of the District of Columbia. I. the und- r
signed, will sell at public auction, in front of
the premises, on WEDNESDAY. THE THIRTIETH
DAY OF SEPTEMBER. IStOS. AT HALF
PAST FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following described
land and premises, situate in the city of
Washington. District of Columbia, and designated
as part of lot eighteen (lSi in square mini
ocrca nine nnnarea ana seveniy-rour i?ni, uegltming
for the Mine at the northeast corner of
said lot and running west along G street sixteen
and 13-100 (1(5.13) feet. thence soutli parallel
with 11th street ninety (90) feet. thence east
parallel with G street sixteen and 13-100 (16.131
feet, and thence north ninety (90l feet to the
place of beginning, together with the improvements.
oto.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money
onsh and the balance in one and two years from
ilate of sale, with interest, secured by deedN of
trust upon the property sold, or all cash, at the
option of the pnrchaser. A deposit of $2n0 will
be required of the purchaser at time of sale, and
all conveyancing and recording at purchaser's
cost. Terms of sale to he complied with within
fifteen ilavs from the day of tli* ratification of
the sale by the Probate Court of said District,
otherwise deposit forfeited. Sale subject to ratification
by said court
CLARA L. P. EMMONS.
sol <1.23.26.20 Executrix.
ADAM A. WESCHLER, AUCTIONEER^
CHANCERY SALE OF TWO FRAME DWELLINGS.
NOS. 1331 AM) 1339 K STREET
SOUTHEAST.
Ry virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia, wherein John T.
Raldwln et al. are complainants and Margaret
V. Vanderallce is defendant. In equity cause No.
209S7. we. the undersigned trustees, will sell at
public auction, in front of the premises, on
FRIDAY. THE TWENTY FIFTH DAY OF SEPTEMPER.
A. D. 190V AT HALF-PAST FOUR
O'CI/OCK P.M.. the following described land and
premises, situate In the city of Washington, in
the District of Columbia, and designated as and
being the east fifty-two (52) feet nine and onehalf
19m Inches front on K street, by the full
depth of original lot twenty (20). in square ten
hundred and fnrty-scTen (1047), together with
the Improvements thereon.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase
money to be paid in cash and the balance In
two equal installments, payable in one and two
years, with Interest at six per centum per nnnum.
payable seml-annnally, from day of sale,
secured by deed of trust npon the property sold,
or ail cash, at the option of the purchaser. A
deposit of $200 will be required of the purchaser
at the time of the sale. All conveyancing, recording
and notarial fees at the cost of the purchaser.
Terms of sale to be compiled with
within fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise
the trustees reserve the rlgnt to resell the
nrnnertr nt (hp rteli nnd cost of (hp defnnltinir
purchaser, after Ave days' advertisement of such
resale In some newspaper published In the city
of Washington. D. C.
WM. E. AMBROSE.
No. 458 fM. ave. n.w.
OSCAR LUCKETT.
Fendall Building. 344 I) st. n.w.
sel."-dA-ds.eSu Trustees.
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
Trustee in Bankruptcy Sale of
Valuable Saloon and Summer
Garden Business at 9th and
Pennsylvania Ave. S.E., Known
as "Meehan's Summer Garden."
By authority of the Supreme Court of the District
of Columbia, holding a Bankruptcy Court,
in re Thomas E. Meehan, No. 562 bankruptcy,
he undersigned will offer for sale at public nuc lon.
on the premises. ON TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER
TWENTY-NINTH. 1908. AT THREE
O'CLOCK P.M.. the furniture, fixtures, stock In
rude, paraphernalia, pool table, liquor license,
lease and g>e>d will of the above described premises.
whleh offers an excellent opportunity to
acquire a first-class saloon and summer garden
establishment. A deposit of $500 required at 'he
time of purchase, and terms to be complied with
within fifteen days from date of snle. or as soon
as liquor license Is ready for transfer within
that time. All transfers and conveyancing at
he cost of ;mrchaser. Trustee reserves the right
to resell In "gse of default at the cost and risk
of defaulting purchaser, after such advertisement
as tnav be ordered by the court.
JOSEPH A. BURKART. Trustee.
eel7-dA-db?.eSu Corcoran building.
ADAM A. WESCIILER. AUCTIONEER.
Receiver's Sale of Valuable Saloon
Business, No. 3316 M St. N.W.,
Washington, D. C.
By virtue of an order paused by the Supreme
Cmirt of the Dlstriet of Columbia on the Oth day
of September, 1P0H. In eqnlty cause No. U7023.
the undersigned will offer for sale at pnblle auctlon.
on THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER TWENTYFOURTH.
AT El .EVEN O'CUOUK A.M.. the sa
loon business. liquor lleenae and leaRe and stoek
In traile in the saloon located at No. 3316 51 at.
aw.. Washington. D. C.
Terms cash and deposit of live hundred dollars
required at time of purchase, and balance to be
paid within fifteen days from date of sale, or
as soon as the liquor license is ready for transfer
within that time, subject to ratification by
the court. All transferrin? and conveyancing at
purchaser's cost. The receiver reserves the right
to resell In case of default, at the cost and risk
of defaulting purchvor, after five days' advertisement
In The Evening Star.
JOS. A. BERK ART. Receiver.
ael2-d*dhs Corcoran building.
ADAM A. WESCHLHR. AUCTIONEER.
; Trustee's Salle m Bainik=
i ruiptcy of a Large Stock of
j Jewelry, D I a m o in d ? ,
; Watches, SJEverware, Cut
i02as?, IHIandsoinnie F5x=
:ture?, Show Cases, Kron
I Safes, Oculist's Outfit,
; Watchmaker's Tools, Etc,
By virtue of an order of the Supreme Court of
I the District of Colurnb'n. holding a Bankruptcy
j Court in re Isndore Kuhn. bankrupt. No. .166.
the undersigned trustee will sell by publie aueffnii
within the milosroonw r?f Aihim X \Vi>?ph.
ler. 92'1 Pa. ave non TUESD \Y. SEPTEMBER
TWENTY NINTH. 180S. COMMENCING
AT 10.If O'CLOCK A.M.. AND CONTINUING
TIIK FOLI/>WING DAY AT TIIF SAME HOUR
until the entire stock Is disused of, consisting
of Miscellaneous Jewelry of every description.
Diamonds. Silverware Cut Glass. Brlo-s-Rrae,
Novelties, Wall and Floor Oases. 2 Iron Safes,
Chronometer. Oculist Outfit. Motor, Latbe. Chandelier*.
Cash Register. Regulator, Office Furniture.
Partition, etc., etc.
Terms cash. I.I/)YD A. DOUGLASS.
Trustee in Rankruptcv. Fendall bldg.
BRANDENBURG & BRANDENBURG, Attorneys.
sel7-ri&ds.eSu
THOS. J. OWEN & SON, AUCTIONEERS.
TRUSTEES' SAI.F OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE. BEING THREE 2 STORY
BRICK BUII DINGS USED AS A STORE.
SALOON AND DWELLING NO. 401 21ST
STREET NORTHWEST. 2017 AND 2019
VIRGINIA AVENUE NORTHWEST,
t Pv virtue of a certain deed of trust, duly re
corded In I.lber No. 2911. folio 35K et seq., of
the land records of the District of Columbia, and
at the request of the party secured thereby, the
undersigned trustees will sell at public auction.
In front of the premises, on THURSDAY. THE
TWENTY FOURTH DAY OK SEPTEMBER.
A D 190S. AT FOUR O'CLOCK P.M.. the following
described land and premises, situate In
the city of Washington. District of Columbia,
and designated as and being lots numbered 43.
44 and 45 of Katherlne L. Johnson's subdivision
of lot one In square south of smiare 104. as said
Katherlne L. Johnson's subdivision is recorded In
the office of the surveyor of the District of Columbia.
It) Liber 30, folio 3. together with the
Improvements.
Terms: Sold subject to f? prior deed of trust
for $'.200; balance over said trust to be paid in
cash. A deposit of $200 will be required at time
nf anlo All ODnvorattotntr rooonl 1 n tv ofo mt
rout of purchaser. Terms of sale to be compiled
with within fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise
the trustees reserve the right to resell the
property at the risk and cost of defaulting: purchaser,
after five days' advertisement of such
resale in some newspaper published In Washington.
D. C.
WILLIAM F. OGLE. ,
WILLIAM A. COI.LIS.
sei4 dAds.eSu Trustees.
I THUS? J~Q\VFN & SON. Al'CT.S . 1.J31 G X w7
TUESTEEF' SALE OF VAIXABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE RKtNG A HANDSOME 3
STORY RRiCK. CORNER RESIDENCE.
KNOWN AS l.'?'S> COLEMPI \ ROAIl N.W.
* Hv virtue of a certain deed of tru?t duly recorded
in I.lbcr No. tll.'tt. Folio 4^7 et seq. of
the land records of the District of Columbia, and
at the ropiest of the I artv secured thereby, the
undersigned trustees will sell, at public auction.
; in front of the premises, on the TWKNTYi
NINTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, A.TV IhOS. AT
FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. the follow'ng d-scried
land and premises, situate in the eifv of Washington.
District of Columbia, snd designated as
and being lot numbered thirty-five nft) in Lester
A. Burr's sulHlivlslon of lots In block nirnbtrel
twenty (20>. Meridian 1111!. as said subdivision
is r'H-orded In the surveyor's office of the District
nf I 'iilitnihlu In T Mipp fnmil y I'l ut fulin N7 anh.
I Jeff t<> the condlt'on thai no building sha,l be
reefed within eighteen tl8> feet of the line of
Columbia roji<l. except such as Hre allowed In the
city of Washington nndr the building regulation,
together with the Improvements thereon.
Terms of sale: Property will he sold subjeet to
a prior deed of trust for sixty-five hundred
I i$n.Ku<M dollars and a<*eumulated Interest thereon
i from November 8. 1WV7: also to renewal fee
j therefor: and to District eourt ease No. "11 In
; re the wlden'ng of Colu:nbl:i road. The balance
' of pnrrhase money over the first deed of trust to
I l.e paid as follows: One-third cash, balance in
; tuo equal Installments, payable In one acid two
| years, with interest at six (ti) per eentnni per
annum, iiaynble semi.annually from clav of sale,
j secured by deed of trust ujion the property sold.
I or all eash. at the ontion of the purchaser. -1
de|s?s|t of two hundred (*2n0i dollars will he requ'rcsl
at time of fule. All conveyancing. re'onl!ng.
e*e at co-t of purchaser. Terms of s-le to
le eomtd'ed with within IB days from clav of
sale otherwise the trustees reserve the right to
resell the property Ht the risk unci cost of defaulting
purc haser, after Are days' advertisement
of such rsale In some newspaper published In
Washington. O. C.
ERNEST II. DANIEL,
J. LOUIS WILLIGE.
sel8di.-ds.eSu Trustees.
AUCTION SALES.
FUTURE PATS.
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEES* SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
REAL ESTATE. BEING THE THREESTORY
BRICK DWELLING KNOWN AS
NO. 1417 g STREET NORTHWEST.
Br virtue "f a certain deed of treat, duly reoorde
I in Liber No. 317>3. folio 82 et soq.. of
the land records of the District of Columbia, and
at the request of the party secured thereby, we.
j the itndersittned trustees, will sell at public auction.
in front of the premises, on WEDNESDAY.
THE THIRTIETH DAY OK SEPTEMBER. A.D. I
lixis. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M.. the following
descHl'od land and premises, situate in the city
of Washington, in the District of Columbia, and
designated as and be ins lot numbered four (4)
in Plant and Rices' subdivision of square num
tared mo nununn and eigiu izutv. as per piai
recorded In the office of the surveyor of the Plstrlet
of Columbia, in Liber R. W.. at folio 2S.
together with the improvements, consisting of
three-story briek dwelling, subjeet to a prior
deed of trust to Cnlon Trust Company, trustee,
to secure a debt of $.">.000.
Terms of sale: All cash. A deposit of $200
will be required of the purchaser at the time of
?ale. All conveyancing, recording and notarial
fees at the cost of the purchaser. Terms of sale
to be compiled with within fifteen days from day
of sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right
to resell the property at the risk and cost of
the defaulting purchaser, after five days' advertisement
of such resale In some newspaper published
in the city of Washington, P. C.
(Signed.! PAUL V. MITCHELL.
(Signed. 1 J. CLINTON TRILBY.
sel9-10t.eSu Trustees.
THOMAS J. OWEN & SON. AUCTIONEERS.
CHANCERY SALE OF TWO-STORY ANP
BASEMENT BRICK DWELLING. CONTAINING
EIGHT ROOMS. AT NO. 116 F STREET
NORTHWEST ALSO TWO STORY BRICK
HOCSE IN ALLEY IN THE REAR OF 116
F STREET NORTHWEST. NEAR THE
I'NION STATION.
* By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of
, the Plstrlct of Columbia, passed In equity cause
. No. 27957. we. the undersigned trustees, will sell
j at public auction, in front of the premises, on
i WEDNESPAY, THE TWENTY-THIRP RAY OF
SEPTEMBER. 190S. AT FIVE O'CLOCK P.M..
the following described land and premises: All
of sublots forty-eight 14K? and forty-nine (49) In
' George E. Terry's subdivision of the west flfj
teen (151 feet by depth to alley of original lot
twenty (201 in square numbered five hundred and
sixty-nine (5691. ss said subdivision is recorded
In the office of the surveyor of the Plstrtot of
j Columbia. In Book 17. page 132. with the improvements
thereon, said lot forty-nine (491 bej
Ing subject to a right of way to lot forty-eight
( i-si. 1 ne sain two 101s Will oe noin Bopurmriy.
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase
money to be paid In cash and the balance In two
, equal installments, payable im one and two years
i from day of sale, with Interest at six per centum
per annum, payable semi-annually, from day of
sale, secured by deed of trust upon the property
i sold, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser.
A deposit of $100 on each piece cf property will
he required of the purchaser at the time of sale.
All conveyancing. recording and notarial fees at
lh" cost of the purchaser. Terms of sale to be
complied with within fifteen days from day of
sale, otherwise the trustees reserve the right to
resell the property, at the risk and cost of the
defaulting purchaser, after five days' advertisement
of such resale In some newspaper pnblished
in the citv of Washington. District of Columbia.
WILLIAM P.. REILLY. Trustee.
480 Tyoulsinna ave.
VAX BUREN HILL YARD. Trustee.
set l-d&ris.eSn 1124 10th St. n.w.
fhuneNGTME ||
lu FRATEBNITIESll
P. A. A. M.
Sept. 21?Columbia. No. 3, not bulletined.
Potomac, No. 5. not bulletined.
B. B. French, No. 15. not bulletined.
Anacostia, No. 21. not bulletined.
Pentalpha. No. 23. M. M.
22?Federal, No. 1. if. M.
Acacia. No. 18. not bulletined.
Takoina, No. 29, regular business.
W _T?urmnnr \fl IT SUTPiill fi'Srt
p.m., P. C.; regular, 7:30
p.m.. M. M.
24?The New Jerusalem, No. 9,
M. M.
Geo. C. Whiting, Xo. 22, not
bulletined.
Temple. No. 32, F. C.
25?St. John's, No. 11, not bulletined.
Hope. No. 20. M. M.
ROYAL. ARCH CHAPTERS.
Sept. 22?Potomac, No. 8. not bulletined.
23, Rrightwood. No. fl. P. and M. E.
Columbia. No. 1, special, P.
and M. E.
Capitol. No. 11. not bulletined.
24?Washington, No. 2, P. and
M. E.
25?Eureka. No. 4, not bulletined.
Mount Horeb, No. 7, It. A.
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR.
Commanderles.
Sept. 21 ? Orient. No. 5, regular business.
22?I>e Molay Mounted. No. 4, not
bulletined.
23?Washington, No. 1, not bulletined.
ROYAL AND SELECT MASTERS.
Sept. 21?Washington. No. 1. regular business.
There will be a special communication
of the Grand I.*>dge at the new Masonic
Temple, corner of New York avenue, 13th
and H streets northwest, this evening at
S o'clock for the purpose of dedicating
the edifice to Masonry. The officers of
the Grand Lodge have been 'requested
to assemble in the library of the Masonic
I Temple, corner of 0th and F streets
nnrthwiist. nromntlv at 7:30 o'clock
The doors of the Auditorium in the new
temple will be opened at 7:ir? p.m. and
the exercises will begin promptly at 8
o'clock.
Past officers of the Grand Lodge and
specially invited guests who hold tickets
for reserved seats will be admitted at
the west door of the new temple on 11
street. All others will be admitted
through the doors at the east end of
the building.
The Grand Lodge will hold its third regular
communication in the new temple
Saturday, September 26, at the usual
hour, for the transaction of such regular
business as may legally come before it.
The ninety-sixth annual session of the
Supreme Council, Sovereign Grand Inspectors
General. Thirty-Third Degree,
of Scottish Ftite Masons for the Northern
Jurisdiction, was' opened at Buffalo, N. Y.,
Tuesday. Henry L. Palmer, the sovereign
grand commander, delivering his annua!
1 address. Reports of the grand secretary
j general, James II. Codding of New York,
and the grand treasurer general. New
ton 1 >. Arnold or rroviaence, were reau.
A class of fifty-eight candidates received
the thirty-second degree. The grand
commander's report dealt with domestic
and foreign relations and the fact that
this has been a record year in the growth
of membership
Judge Ivory G. Kimball of the Police
Court, William von Bayer. Louis N
Thayer, Edward Schirmer and T. Weimer
Reinohl were chased over the hot sands
of an Imaginary desert Tuesday night
by Potentate Fulkerson and his delegated
chasers of Almas Temple A. A. O. N.
M. S., at Scottish Rite Cathedral, 1007 G
street northwest, at an abbreviated session
called for the purpose After the
ceremonies the nobles and their victims
adjourned to a nearby casis. where healing
sa'.ves and ointments were applied, in
order to enable Judge Kimball to at least
report for duty next morning. It is
rumored that the potentate, owing to
sore hands, omitted the usual welcome
to the caravan.
/
Jacobus Seneca Jones, who has filled a
| few offices in the roster of Masonry, has
been designated by High Priest Roe Ful- I
kerson as treasurer of Mount Vernon
Royal Arch Chapter, No. 3, due to the
permanent departure from the city of
| Past High Priest John S. Reach, who held
: the office, as already noted in The Star.
The next meeting of ttm Htgn criests ;
i Association will be held October 17. and
' due announcement will be made of the j
; fact.
| The communication of Hope Lodge, No. \
1 ilo, Friday. September 115. will be the last .
I communication to be he'd by the lodge in '
I the old temple. The first communication ,
to be held in the new temple will be
j that of October 9.
j The following interesting statement is
furnished by the secretary of Federal
! I.odge. No. 1, F. A. A. M-, G. Y. At Lee,
j in connection with the recent celebration
of the 115th birthday of the lodge:
Federal Lodge, No. 1, F. A. A. M., had
! its 115th birthday last Tuesday, SeptemI
ber 15. Its principal founder and first
i master was James Hoban, designer and !
constructor of the White House, which j
was a brown house till he restored it after t
the British invasion of 1814, and palntc-d
the exterior to conceal the marks of the
fire that destroyed all th? consumable j
parts of the build.ng. llobau was a'so j
the builder of the Capitol. He had been
an architect of eminence at Dublin before
emigrating to the United States. His
principal assistants at the Capitol and
the White House were all Freemasons,
like himself, and were about equa ly composed
of Irish Catholics and Scotch Presbyterians.
The coming of President
t Washington from Philadelphia to lay the
corner stone of the Capitol with Masonic
ceremonies induced these racially and religiously
incongruous brethren to form a
lodge In the new city, and one of them
traveled to Easton, where the Grand
Lodge of Maryland was in session, and
came back with a charter that enabled
the new lodge to organise and equip itself
in time for the great parade from Lafayette
Square to Capitol Hill.
The resignation of H. V. Tulloch as
senior steward of Federal Lodge, No. 1.
consequent upon his permanent removal
to Seattle, Wash., has advanced W. T.
Ballard to the vacancy and resulted in
the appointment of L. Bert Nye as junior
steward.
Past Master W. H. Singleton's talk on
"Masonic Terms. Their Origin and Significance,"
at Osiris Lodge. Wednesday
night, was said to be a rare treat and
likely to bring Mr. Singleton in demand
as a lecturer before other lodges in the
District. His address is said to have
shown a wide and deep knowledge of
matters of peculiar interest to students of
Masonry. W. G. Pond, junior warden of
Hiram Dodge. No. 10. gave an interesting
exposition of a celebrated passage of
scripture which also attracted considerable
attention.
C. C. Coombs, royal arch captain, and
Charles I. Willey. master of the third
veil, have resigned their positions in Columbia
Royal Arch Chapter. No. 1. the
latter for business reasons, while Mr.
Coombs, It is said, is also secretary of the
New Jerusalem Lodge, No. 0. and its
duties take about as much time as he
can spare.
Commander William H. Wunder of
Orient Commandery. No. 5. K. T.. in a
recent circular calls attention to the
Knights Templar Held day. October 14. ;
at the National Base Ball Park, "th !
street and Florida avenue, and urges the |
sir knights in his command to prepare to j
defend the "colors" won on two former
occasions. He also advises that the Chicago
fraters are engaged in making preparations
for the thirty-first triennial conclave
in that city August 10 to 13, 1910.
t
Dr. Frank E. Gibson, chairman of the
housewarming entertainment committee,
announces his committee and states there
will be a meeting of the full committee in
the Auditorium of the new Temple
Tuesday nieht at 7:30 o'clock sharp.
when badges will-be distributed and the
work assigned. The committee is as follows:
Dr. Frank E. Gibson, chairman. 927 I
street; Philip Brown, H. G. Brown. J. E.
Bonini, Fred M. Bock, Henry E. Bittlnger,
George W. Bauman, Charles E. Baldwin.
J. C. Bowen. Mark H. Barnum, John
S. Beach, S. G. Barnard, "C. F. Cummins,
A. C. Crook. James Crosby, C. C. Coombs,
Dr. L. D. Carman. J. W. Collins, Frank
B. Curtis, William F. Coggins. F. A. Bryant.
J. A. Davies, H. M. Dodd, Tlieo. G.
DeMoll, D. G. Davis, George Eflferen,
Charles E. Etchberger. Arthur A. Chapin,
M. F. Finley. I. B. Field. Lhrtin R. Gtnn,
Alex. Gordon, W. F. Gude, Adolf Gude.
William T. Galliher. Emile Huck. Robert
Harper. M. A. Hess, C. Walter Hoover,
K. N. Harper, H. W. Hunt, Dr. G. B.
Heinecke. M. E. Kahn, John J. King,
Claude F. King, W. T. Jones. C. M. I-ewis,
Charles Long. L. Leaman, J. B. Lambie.
Dr. C. T. Lindsey, Joseph Leaman, C- B.
Matthews, W. H. McKelden, William F.
Meyers. Joseph A. Miians. T. T. Moore.
E. H. L. Myers, J. E. Nyman, T. J. Newton,
Roger O'Donnell, Ned Stein, John
Proctor, William S. Parks, A. S. Riddle,
R. H. Rice, W. F. Reeve, S. C. Redman,
C. A. Stevens. Dr. C. A. Stewart, J. G.
Steile, Morris Simon, Dr. H. M. Schooley,
G. G. Seibold, A. R. Serven, C. P. Sweet,
Joseph Salomon, Seaton Trunnell, Lem
Towers. J. E. Tibbetts, Wallace Streater.
Alfred Selinger, J. Frank Trazzare, S. R.
Jacobs, J. J. Kramer. Harry G. Kimball.
Gus W. Wiegand, Robert Jovce, Andrew
Wilson. V. H. Wallace. Dr. W. H. Wund^r,
Henry F. Woodward, Fred Waldman,
Nelson Wilson, E. C. Peach, Edward S.
Sehmid and Charles Purdy.
A feature of the jubilee to be given by |
the Knights of Pythias. Thursday even- j
ing, December 3. at Pythian Temple, will'
be the convention of Franklin Lodge. No.
2. in session while the rank of page is
presented.
This lodge, organized April .12, 1S64, is
the oldest Pythian lodge in the world.
The Pytihian order was founded in this
city February 19. 1884. by the institution
of Washington Lodge, No. 1, which surrendered
its charter after a short career.
Franklin Lodge, No. 2. has continued
since its organization, and is consequently
the oldest Pythian lodge in existence.
From the work of this lodge the order
of the Knights of Pythias was tlrmly established
in t>he District of Columbia, and
from this jurisdiction it was extended to
neighboring states, until, according to the
reports of December 31. 1907, it has a
membership of 098.578, with 7.092 subordinate
lodges, in every state and territory
of the United States, Canada, Cuba, Mexico.
Panama, Philippines and among j
Anglo-Saxons in China.
Through all the years Franklin has
stood steadfast and true to the principles
of the order, say Pythlans generally.
The officers, some of them pioneer members.
it is said, have been a power from
year to year In upholding the Pythian
banner in this the oldest lodge; and, backed
by the members, they have put Franklin
on a sound footing. The officers who will j
be in the chairs at the opening of the
lodge, December 3, are as follows: Chancellor
commander, J. C. Bell; vice chancellor.
J. C. Tappan; prelate. W. S. Tappan;
keeper of records and seal. Thomas
Adams; master of work, W. W. Mocka-!
bee; master of finance. Edward Dunn !
(past supreme cnaneeiior and a cnarter
member of the lodge); master of ex- j
chequer, P. P. Patrick; inner guard. A.
C. Chrismond; master at arms, Thomas
McGilton, and outer guard, C. S. Thompson.
As a courtesy to the Grand Podge officers,
the foregoing officers will vacate;
their stations a part of the evening, j
while the ritualistic work of the ttrst
rank is being rendered by the Grand 1
Lodge officers, as follows: Grand ohan- j
cellor, C. H. Woodward; grand vice chan-:
cellor. Albert Kahlert; grand prelate, W. I
E. Bradley; grand master at arms, H. p. j
Willey; grand keeper of records and seal, '
H. J. Gasson; grand master of ex- j
chequer, F. B. Crown; grand inner guard,
S. H. Bassett; grand outer guard, R. Sebastian;
grand lecturer, G. W. Haley, ]
and past grand chancellor, G. Frank Day. I
At a meeting of the board of directors j
of the Knights of Pythias Hall Association
at Pythian Temple Monday evening j
an election was held to fill vacancies, j
William A. Klmmel. vice president, was i
elected president to fill the vacancy )
caused by the death of John W. Hardell,
who had served as presiding officer of the
board for many years. John T. Clark
was elected vice president to fill the vacancy
caused by the advancement of Mr.
Klmmel. The affairs of the association
were discussed and routine business
transacted.
Washington Company. No. 1, Uniform
Rank. Knights of Pythias, which finished
fourth in the competitive drill of the rank
at Boston in August, h'-ld a meeting at
its armory, in Pythian Temple. Wednes- ;
day evening. During the course of the j
evening Capt. R. T. Whiting, on behalf j
or tne company, presented to t apt. r red ;
Pelzman of Company L, High School |
Cadets, who had h-en instructing the '
drill team of the company prior to its \
departure for Boston, and who accompanied
the team to that city, a handsome
stick pin, as a token of tlte high
appreciation of the company. A repast
was served by the Milwaukee committee
of the company, supplemented by a treat j
from Maj. T. A. Bynum of the 1st Bat- j
tallion. 1st Regiment, Uniform Rank, j
Knights of Pythias, 6f the District of Co- I
lumhla. Interestlng and instructive re- |
marks were made by Capt. Whiting.
Maj. Bynum, Messrs Conner. Bassett
and others. The Milwaukee committee,
which had the affair in hand, is composed
of the following: Otto Sontag
(chairman), Roger Reeves. Edward Wilson.
II. B. Armstrong. W. W. Kimniel
and W. H. Whiting.
The committee on reception and invitations
for the coming jubilee of the
Knights of Pythias, composed of all the
past grand chancellors of this domain,
held a meeting at headquarters last week,
when an organization was perfected by
the selection of Past Grand Chancellor
G W Baumann as chairman and Past
Grand Chancellor Jefferson Middleton as
secretary. Plans were laid out for the
work of the committee, and everything,
it is said, points to the success of the
undertaking.
The committee on military features
also had an enthusiastic meeting, and the
work of the companies of the Uniform
Rank in connection with the coming jubilee
was discussed. The drill features
to be given by the Uniform Rank during
the jubilee bid fair to eclipse anything
ever seen in this city.
A
EMPIRE E
X -By
FRANCIS
(Copyright. iQO/? hy
VTII Continued. s
"It is all straight enough," was the "
confident rejoinder. "Only I had to bid d
five points over the market on odd lots j
of the stock. I'm not sure, but I think ) ^
the Transcontinental people got wind of
us during the last day or two and bid s
against us." b
"But you have safe majorities?"
"Oh. yes: we are all in." ! g
"Good." said Ford. "That puts it up ;
to Mr. Colbrith. at all events. And now !
while we have a clear day before us. I !
want to go over these C. P. and D. 1
terminal contracts with you. Right here
in Chicago is where the Transcontinental
will try hardest to balk us. The C. P. o
and D. has trackage rights to the ele- ^
vators. but I want to be sure that the
contracts will hold water under a trans- a
fer of ownership." tl
Subjected to legal scrutiny the contracts
promised to be defensible, and
Ford came through the day with his ap- 'c
prehenslve burdens considerably light- e
ened. After dinner he took his papers to a
Kenneth's ropm, and together they went j "
carefully over all the legal points involved
in the welding of the three local lines
into the Pacific Southwestern system. ^
Ford furnishing the data gathered by him
during the four days. j,
Kenneth was shrewdly inquisitive, as N
his responsibilities constrained him to be,
and it was deep in the small hours when e
Ford made his escape and went to bed. :
By consequence he was scarcely more ; ?
than half awake the next morning when I v
he dressed hurriedly and hastened over to I a
the Van Buren street station to see if
the president's car had arrived. j n
The Nadia was in and side-tracked with ,
a sleepy porter on guard. Ford climhed g
to the platform and asked for the presl- i r
dent. I
"Yas. suh; dls is Mr. Colbrith's cyar,
but he don't see no newspapuh men?no. ^
suh. Besides, dey's just gettin' up," was , 0
the rebuff; but Ford ignored it. >
" 'They?' Then Mr. Colbrith isn't *
alone?" ?
"No. suh; got a pahty 'long with him? n
a young gentleman and two ladies; yes. ^
suh. Mr. Colbrith nebher goes nowhah's
'dout he teks a pahty in de cyar." U
"Heavens!" groaned Ford, under his
breath; "as if the thing wasn't compli- j
eated enough without making a picnic of j ;(
it!" Then aloud. "I wish to go in. My w
name is Ford and Mr. Colbrith is expect- j ^
ing me."
"Sho" you isn't a newspapuh man?" j,
"Of course not." said Ford, shortly. v
"All right, suh." said the negro, and p
he made way and opened the door. j
The Nadia was a commodious hotel on j,
wheels, with a kitchen and buffet for- j,
nro r/1 frtiir ctaiornnm c c\r\c*r\ intr nr.An ? I
narrow side vestibule, and a large dining ; a'
and lounging room looking out through j 0
full-length windows upon a deep, "urn- n
brella-roofed" platform at the rear. J
There was no one in the large com- ! n
partment when Ford reached it. but a i 1(
moment later a door opened and closed
in the vestibule and Adair made his ap- ^
pearance. Ford drew a breath of relief , t
and shook hands with his hacker. | a
"I'm glad it's you. Mr. Adair. I've been a
scenting all sorts of hindrances since the
porter told me there was a party aboard."
The young man without an avocation ^
dropped into the easiest of the wicker
chairs and felt in his pockets for his
cigarette case. t(
"Your prophetic soul didn't deceive you D
any." he laughed. "The hindrances are a
here in full force. It Is one of Uncle
Sidney's notions never to travel without t
a tall like a Highland chieftain's. I had M
a foreboding that he'd ask somebody, so c
I took it upon myself to fill up his pas- t
senger list with Aunt Hetty, my sister t
and my uncle's nephew."
"I understand." said Ford, and would j|
have plunged forthwith into the business .
pool, but Adair stopped him with a ges- e
ture of dismay. r
"Not before breakfast, if you love me. e
my dear fellow!" he protested, with a a
little grimace that instantly set the j Q
reminiscent part of Ford's brain at work. J c
"After I've had something to eat " 0
The interruption was the noiseless en- j t
trance of a motherly little lady In gray, i T
with kindly eyes and a touch of silver in g
the fair hair drawn smoothly back from 0
her forehead. ^
"This Is Mr. Stuart Ford, I am sure." n
she said, giving her hand to the young n
engineer before Adair could introduce s
him. "You look enough like your father j,'
to make me recogniz" you at once." ^
Ford was a little embarrassed by the ^
gratefully informal, greeting.
"Ought I to remember you. Mrs. p
Adair?" he asked, ingenuously. ti
"Oh. no. indeed. I knew your fa: her
as a young man before he married and 0
went to the farther west. The Fords and j,
the Colbriths and the Stanbrooks are all n
from the same little town In central 111!- j -y
nois, you know." j
"I didn't know it." said Ford, "though j
now I recall it. I used often to hear my ^
father speak of Miss Hester Stanbrook." i c
Then he was going on to say that trite '
thing about the smallness of the world
when Adair broke in.
"I'd like to know what is keeping Uncle , ^
Sidney and Alicia. I haven't had break- t,
fast yet." y,
As if his protest had evoked her. a a
young woman drew the portiere of the <
iractlWulo?q vnnntr nrnman with hricht ,
? tniMun. j "' ' r ** *" *n v q
brown hair, eyes like dewy wood violets g
and an adorable chin. Ford stared help- s
lessly and Adair laughed. n
"Shocked, aren't you?" he jested. "But n
you needn't be alarmed. I have p-r- 0
suaded my sister not to prosecute in the
ease of the snatched purse. Alicia, this ^
is Mr. Stuart Ford, and he desires me to p
sav that he is not often reduced to the
necessity of robbing unprotected young s
women for the sake of scraping an ac- a
quaintance." p
Ford lost sight of the Pacific South- > j,
western exigencies for the moment, and ! p
surely the lapse was pardonable. If tlie ] p
truth must be told, this young woman, \
who had been discovered and lost in the ! p
same unforgetable evening, had stirred j p
tlte neglected pool of sentiment in him f.
to its profoundest depths, and thoughts | ^
of iter had been dividing time pretty even- j
ly with some parts of the strenuous busi- 1 j
ness affair. Indeed, the hopelessness of i
any effort toward rediscovering her had ; tj
been one of his reasons for hurrying away n
from New York. He knew himself?a lit- f
tie?and that quality of unreasoning per- ; t.
sistence which otlier people called his ' jstrong
point. The search he had been n
half minded to make once begun
"I hope you haven't forgotten me so ' n
soon. Mr. Ford." she was saying, and he
recovered himself with a start. ] h
"Forgotten you? No, indeed!"?this j y
with almost loverlike emphasis. "I?I ;
? v.: lm T n m Inot o t ri fln n irh n ut of mir I
lillillV X UI1I juot c* i?uic abiinc-i ai Ul.> i
good lurk in finding you again. It ' w
seemed so utterly hopeless, you know. | a
Don't you think " i c
But now the president had stalked in, j S(
and his high, querulous voice was mar- | n
shaling the party breakfastward. Ford q
maneuvered skillfully in The pairing < ff. ! t(
and so succeeded in securing .Miss Adair j
for a companion on the short walk across ..
to the Grand Pacific. i j1
"You were abou: to ask me something ; ,.
when ITncle Sidney interrupted you." site j
prompted, when they were clear of the ! v
throng in the station vestibule. ' jr
"Yes, I was going to ask if you don't
think it was unnecessarily cruel to send
me that note of thanks unsigned."
"Cruel?" she echoed, and her laugh was n
so exactly a replict of her brother's that ql
Ford wondered why the reminiscent ar- C(
row had not gone at ones to its mark. ^
"How absurd! What possible difference p;
could it make?" r<
"It made a lot of difference to me."
said Ford, refusing to be brushed aside.
"How did you expect I was ever going
to be able to find you again, without even
your name as a clue?" hi
She glanced up at him with unfeigned st
Interest. The men of her world were not dc
altogether unappreciative; neither were el
they so primitively straightforward as N
this young industry captain out of the ti
west. la
"It is not impossible t..at I never oi
thought of your finding me again," siie pi
iUILDERS |
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LYNDE
Francis Lynde.)
aid. and only th<> tone paved it from beig
a small slap in the face.
Ford took the rebuff as a part of the
ay's work.
"Perhaps you didn't," he admitted.
But I mean to go on hoping that you
Id."
"The idea!" she scoffed, hut this tim?
he blunted the keen edge of the rebuke
>y adding: "1 thought, perhaps, we
light meet again some time. You see.
re are all stockholders in the Pacific
louth western - my brother. Aunt Hetty
nd I; and 1'ncle Sidney had shown us a
Jtter?it was from Mr. North. I think?
aylng that you were likely to come to
few York with some kind of a plan of
eorganiratIon. So when you gave me
our card I knew at onee who you were."
Ford made an immediate mental note
f the bit of information Implicating Mr.
forth, but did not allow himself to he
iverted by the business affair.
"Yes, I know, but that didn't help me
little bit." he protested, wishing that
he distance to the hotel were twice as
ar.
"That was just because It happened so;
ou ran away before my brother bad a
hance to offer you any hospitality." she
xplalned. Then, before he could say
ny more straightforward things: "Tell
te. Mr. Ford, are you really going to
nd something to interest brother??somehing
that will keep him actually and ph
[lUHiasill'aiiy uusy iui mult' mall ii irn
ays at a time?"
Ford laughed. "I fancy he hasn't been
ored for the lack of work since I left
Tew York, has he?"
"No. and it has made such a differnce!
Won't you please try and keep him
oing?"
"You may rest assured that I shall do
rhat I can. But you see he has quit
lready."
"By coming to Chicago with us? Oh,
o. indeed; you are quite mistaken. He
< here to help you to?to 'minimize' I'nele
idney; I think that is the word lie used,
le was afraid you had been finding
'nele Sidney rather difficult. Have you?"
"I have, for a fact." said Ford, out of
he depths of sincerity. And again out
f a full heart: "Your brother is a brick,
liss Adair."
"Isn't lie?" and she laughed in sheer
:ood comradeship. "If you can only
lanage to make him rise to his capailities
"
"He'll never be able to live the simple
fe for a single waking hour." said the
ngineer. finishing the sentence for liei.
"Oh. but that is a mistake!" she ob?cted.
"The very first requirement is
ork: plenty of work of the kind one can
o best."
The short walk to the hotel, where
lenneth was waiting to go to breakfast
.ith the president's party, came to an
nd. and the social amenities died of
aanition. For one thing. President Col* * ! ?
inuictforl 11 lpfirninc thf* miniltPSt
is and outs of the business matter, makig
the table talk his vehicle; and for
nother. Miss Adair's place was on the
pposite side of the table and two renoves
from Ford's. Time and aftain tiie
oung engineer tried to sidetrack busiess
in the interests of something; a little
pss banal to the two women, but the
resident was implacable and refused to
e pulled out of the narrow rut of deails:
was still running monotonously
nd raspingly in it when Kennetlf glanced
t his watch and suggested that the time
or action was come.
After breakfast the party separated.
Irs. Adair and Miss Alicia were to spend
he day with friends in South Chicago,
nd Mr. Colbrith carried the attorney off
a his room to dig still deeper Into the
ossible legal complications which might
rise out of the proposed transfer of the
hree short roads, hord and Adair sat in
he lobby and smoked while they were
.aitlng for the president and the general
ounsel to conclude their conference, and
he young millionaire gave his companion
he story of the fight In the directory.
"We have Brewster to thank for the
[ft which finally pulled our wheel out of
he mud." sild the young man. modestly
*onlnir hi'meolf in tho ClimminC 11 TV "Of
iiiiiiovn hi v>i^ ? r -
ather I should say that we have the
nemy to thank for stirring Brewster into
ction. Brewster's got some copper mines
ut In Utah that he nurses like a sick
hild. Just at the critical moment some
f the people who control the Transconinental
began to worry his copper stock,
n the hot part of it he came to me and
aid. 'Adair, will that western extension
f yours be able to fry any fat out of
'ranscontinental?' I told him it would,
aost assuredly: that next to making
loney for ourselves, and. incidentally,
avlng the Pacific Southwestern from goig
smash, our chief object was to g.ve
he Transcontinental a wholesome drubbing."
"You are progressing rapidly." said
'ord. with a grin of appreciation. "Did
hat fetch him?"
"It did. for a fact. He looked like on 1
f those old bushy-bearded vikings when
e said. 'Bv thunder. I'm with you. young
nan! And I'll answer for Scott and
lagnus and Harding. Get your hoard
ogether and we'll settle it today."
Ford looked up quickly. "If Mr. Colrith
wasn't the chief of your famiiy
lan. Adair, I could wish that we had
his Mr. Brewster at the head of thing*."
The rejoinder was heartily prompt.
You don't wish it any more fervently
han I do. Ford. Thai is why I am here
nday. The board, in spite of all that our
andful of revolutionaries could do. has
rmed I'nele Sidney with almost dictatorial
powers in this stock-purchasing
eal. and If he doesn't contrive to stranle
things by the slow process, it will be
imply and solely because you and Kene.h
and I are here to see that lie dO"s
ot. Do ycu know what the men call him
ut on the main line? When they see the
India trundling in they say, 'Here com"s
Id Automatic Air-Drakes." And it tits
im."
"Hu: I don't quite understand why he
hould want to put the brakes on here
nd now " Ford interposed. "1 know he
5 against the scheme, personally; but he
t here as the representative of a major:y
which has committed itself to the exansion
measure, isn't he?"
"Oh. yes. and he has no thought of
laying the traitor?you mustn't think
hat of him. Hut it Isn't in his nature to
acilitate things. In the present crisis he
ill feel that h-* is personally responsible
ar the expenditure of tive million dollars,
[e will examine and investigate, and
robe ar.d pry, and will want to worry
irough every pen scratch which has been
tade up to date." *
"Well, there is one comfort, he can't
ake much time for his worrying." said
"ord. "Some of the options expire totorrow
noon."
' i i - i? i _f
Adair sat up as on** wno suuaemy taaes
otice.
"What!?tomorrow? I,and of glory!
ut you two follows took short chances!
t'hv. any little hitch "
"1 know." said the engineer, evenly.
But we took whit we could get?and
rere thankful. Somebody was bidding
gainst us and pric \s began to jump. Iniden.ally.
I may say that Kenneth deerves
to he made a vice president of tha
ew com pan). ai the very least. He has
one ten nnn's work in the last three or
aur days."
"I don't doubt it. Neither do I suspect
ou of loafing. For that matter, I've been
us.ling a f-w lines myself since I sent
ou that tirst t degram."
"Do you find it exciting enough to keep
ou interested, as far as you've gone?"
lquired Ford mindful of Miss Alicia a
ingings.
"It's the best yet." declared the idler.
Only you mustn't lean too heavily on
le. you know. I'm tlie most uncertain
uantity you ever experienced. But her *
anus I'ncle Sidn )*. with a cowed and
row-beaten Kenneth in tow?say your
ravers and get ready for the battle
>yal."
(To be continued tomorrow.)
Odd Fellows lodges in this jurisdiction i
ave been practicing and rehearsing th? V
?veral d grees since July 1 last. These
fgrees, it is said, have b?en made more
aborate and beautiful. Columbia Dodge,
o.- 10, whose degree team is known
iroughout the country for its fine work,
st week had a full costumed rehearsal
' the degree of friendship, and every one
esent was delighted with its beauty.

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