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AUCTION SALES.
THIS AfTER^OOV
\!?\M A \\y >< II I.Kl: \n i|ii\KKI!
( SA I.K OF VAUARI.F. 1'\IM
i*i:ovfi> ukai. kj?t\tk '>y htii stiif.kt
MI hvm \ i: \\i> ? sti;ff.tv \ K . IIAV
i\?; \ KRovf \i;r: ok .-.7 ffkt by a
i?kith ok "no kk. t to mv, stiiikt. j
Ri vtrtni' of a iIitw of tb<- Supreme Court 1
f the HUlrii't ?f I'oliimhla. passed In Fquity
Cmisr \o. "SU'?4. w, the undersljrned trustees,
nil! ??|i :<t pnhlli- auitl.ui, in front of the
pr- mi-, on KKIOAY. THK \TXKI"KFNTH DAY
or KKBitt \11Y. \ t> i:*??. vt kivk o i I.ook
I' M the following d seribed !?nd iind premises
to wit: original |,,t numbered square loin. |
eotnprisinti in< re or le?. 11 4??> <.qn:nv f-et. le- |
< nt?-d in t he If y of Washington IK*: let of:
'i.iiiiiihin !?'Mveen I! :iti"l C. 12V> iind 1.1th I
tr--- ts northeast.
T--nns ??r <in?th'rd --f tin* rvtrehas*
money t-< Ik- paid in -ash. and the hnlam-e in
two -qua! installments. pay a:-|p in iw and two
year- ?lrh Interest at ! i?-r e.-ntuni p--r annum,
payable >em annually. from -lay of sal--, seenred
l-v -Jof-1 of frrs' upon tin- property sold,
.-r all ash. at ??: option --f the pwvhaser. \
ri>-p--sit -if - win |?- required of I hi- pur--ha?er
at tin- fun- of salo ,\!| -otivpyanclne. r-eording
and n-darin! fees at th<- - ost of the pnri-lias-r.
Terms of salo to !- enmplied with
within fift.-o,; days fr--ill day of salo, otherwise
th- trnsloo- ips. rvp thp right to res,.]] the
t-r-i ?r v at tin- isk and -st of thp defaulting
pit- has. r afior five days" advp--t1spinpnt of su--h
r-sale in son.- newspaper published In the city
of Washington. I' C.
W. GW1NN OAOINFR.
Feudal! building.
JOSEPH C MXTTINOEY.
Fendall building.
fob -IA-'|s.rS-:Afe!2 Trustee*.
I'OMORKOW.
BOO Horses and Mules
at Our Auction Sale
Tomorrow, Saturday, j
110 O'CSock.
This stork is shipped d.re.-t from the farms of
Virginia anil Maryland, nn-l suitable for all k.n-isj
of work
Also 15 Horses for Express
Company.
\ i - n ill
wagons, mimics nun riarucs>. ,
All sold for tin* hijth ?l<*llar.
M.MIRATII A K KNN'KI.I.Y. Aiui~
\1?\M A ~'tVKSl'Hl.KR. APPTIONKKK
Trustee's Saiie of Freoclh.
Landaus.
r.r rirtup of f.mr rprtain rhattfl iIppiIs of trust
duly :p. .rtlptl. rps|rf*itivply. in IJbors 2704, folio }
i'i ; H^wl, folio |M*> pt m'ij. ; folio
4<4 ?-t so.i . 11 nil 2Mo. folio 1 f i t ppij.. of thp
la ml ri'porils of thi Pistrlrt of Columbia. ami in |
further imrMinnrp of a iIpptpp of tin* Stijirpntp t
t'oiirt of thp DlstriPt of roluinliin in pqiiity
a urn* No. 27022. Porkrt til. passi-ti July It).
1 ilof.mlt havinc boon mailt* in the paympa* 1
< f tin promissory notes spoiiroil by said chatto! |
Hopils of trust. ami at thp rpt|i|psl of thp party i
< , ur. il thrri'by. thp undprsisnod substituted !
trnstpp. umlor anil bv virtue of said dee rep ami j
said trusts, will soil at publb- aiiPtlon. at tin*
aintion ronnm of Adam A. Wpsrblor. 02n Pa.
ntp ii.w.. Washington. P. on SATt'KPAA . !
I UK TWI NTIKTII PAY <?l" 1KBR1 ARY. A.P. ,
P.*?f?. AT TAVKI.VF O'CLOCK NOON, thp fob j
l-ovinc 'b?-rib. il rhattels ami personal property i
known as one five jilass French lanilnu. No. (
2:;t.V built by Ilineks A Johnson; om* five-class;
Prer-eh lainiau built by paint* tirrn. ami finished
ii trrecti Iriiiiniii tra: two hansom cabs known as
Crowley Rros ami Post on Transfor Co. oabs. ami
out* five-class French lamlaii. N * 2.*t4*>. trimiripil
i" croon i-loih trlinmine. anil built by sabl firm,
together with all oiishions. ?*ti*.. nhirli p> to
Irak** uti a first class carriutre.
Terms of salo rash.
JKSSF. F POTBl liY. Trustpp.
Columbian biiiblius. 41ti nth st. n w.
fpt.-. ilA.lbs
C ?; SI-OAN" A CO. tINC.i. ACTS.. 1407 O ST.
Lot of Furniture and Effects from
an < >1d Alexandria Family. Local
Homes. Storage Houses. Etc.. at
Public Auction W ithin ( >ur
Rooms. 1407 (i St., Saturday,
February 20. 1909. at 10 A.M.
Brass an! Knani. l"il Beds. nak aii'l Walnut j
Ilr-tlroem Suites alid t?>i?1 I'i s. < 'hiffoiilui-. :
< ..iiier t aliinets. l'arlor t'abinets. Sideboards.Mahogany
Bureau.-. l'arl?r Suites. Book.as-.
<'.t?J f hairs anil S"fas. Bookers. Refrigerator-.
I?resainc Tables, flocks, Pictures, Awnings.:
Mattresses. Ir-.ii Safe. Siirtr'-on's ('hair. Morris,
'"hairs. folding Bed*. Cots. Standing iM-.-k. Kj
tension Tables. Mnfttg fhalrs. Ijidy's Seeretaiy.
t'hina and Class. Gas Steves. Ci?>king I'tensils.
Mirrors. Books. Pictures. Kitchen tloods. etc.
A \ r> AT TWELVE M..
Kine let of Carriages f.>r a private family. I.ady's
Saddle and Bridle.
Terms cash.
f. <L SI.OAN A ? tt. tine... Auets.
fel.S 2t.3.">
AI 'AM A. WF.St'ULKR. AFCTIONKER.
Household Furniture. Uprght
Piano, Cots. Ru^s, Etc., by
Public Auction Within My
Salesrooms. 920 Pa. Ave. N.W ..
SATURDAY. EEP.Rl'ARY 20,
l 'oniniencing at 10 < )*C lock A.M.,
Iio'IihImiji 1 t riirla Pimm. Knmimlt-d
Sidings. Sanitary Cnutho, MattroHsiw
|?r, ?s. r-. <"lilffoni^r^. Mirrors. I?osk?. Sld?*lM?in d*.
< it: ? ?'! ? *rts. K\f?-nsi<?!i T?iM? s, pnokraso'S.
H ill II;* k>. 1 trn*?-h?*ad Sen inj; Mnchhios, Oritn
vi* tif^. Chair*. Kcx'kors, Tahiti. Parpets, Huzs.
SR?v? s t?-.
At 1J < )"Clock Xoon,
3 French Landaus, J llandsf>mc
< "ahs. Extension-front P?rou?;hani.
Surrevs. Unties. 2 Urouj^hams,
\ ictoria>, W agons. Harness.
I -1c.. bv Order of Trustee ami j
( Jtliers.
l eo >. ? *:l s|i.
felS -1 ADAM A WKSCHLKT. \net. 1
< Sl.tt \ \ A i d. tlNf.i. Al t"TS.. 1 Ui7 ii ST.
. _ StySssh Carriages at
Auction, in Front of Our
Rooms, 114157 G St.,
Saturday, Fer0o 2?, 1909,
At 112 O'CSock Mo,
For Account of a Lady
Closing Out Her StalblCo
I Roil ami ltla<-k Di-mi-hrako. with polo anil
shafts
1 \ i?-t rist. w ith polo.
1 Town M'xli'l Station Hm kaway. with polo
mix! hafta.
1 Natural Wofxl l.<no\ Wagnta, with pole and
shaft*
1 Boston ~tr utidiT Kuiialxnit. with shafts:
t?.\'s soat in roar.
The aboM af only slightly iiaod; hy le-st
tn.:k< i-. ami iu fiti'* on'litioii.
T**rms '-a?h.
Ii. SI.OAX A t'O, ilno.t. Ait'*!.-.
f-i M't ,:tr.
by vinri F. or three pertain heeds of
TBI ST. IHI.Y Kl*> URHl.n IN HIRERS \'h,
2s."..*. _'si;i AMI 2: mi"., \T i-m.ios <*,2 anh
71 KT SI Tf 111 SI'Ki Tl\ HEY OF the
i.ami keioi:i>s of Tin: histrut of
IIIT.1 MBIA AMI \T THE KEQFEST < H*
THE I'AKTY SKI PR EH THEKKBY. TIIF
I NpKKSinNKH TRI ST EES Will, SI I.I, \T
PPP.I.IP All TP IN. UN THE PREMISES. I IN
SATERTHY THE TWENTIETH HAY OF
EERRI ARY P.Hiil. VT 11 AI.K P \ST Kf It'll
I'I'I.iii'K P.M. THE EOIEOWINI; PROP
ERT Y
Y ot.o half umllviip-fl Intin st "tviinl hy tin* lata
f* arli** It. Morgan In the -following ih**i rlboil
land ami pr>niis"?. sltnato In tin- Hist riot of i o
1 tmhia. anil dosignatod ? and holtig part of th>*
tr.o t "f land oall' d "Flotoha'.l's I'hanoe." Iwglti
tilng f*>r th>* satin af tlio <*nil of tho fifth lim* of
tl at part of Flotohall's Chain-'*" innvvfil l?\ pa
rah ll"lrno?il To tho holrs of William It. f'hapird.
Ii ?a?'-ii. and running thonoo north 'jutilogp ?*a
w ? 2.*1 _. |h r> hox thonoo south tl dogro's wost
07 |u-roi*.os thon.o south 12 degreos wi-st f>ri
por *h"s thonoo s..uth <12 <h gr>*o* oa-t fi', porohoH:
thonoo north .V>', d**gre<*x oast :t'.i"*4 porohon;
thota. Bnrtli 2.A porrhoa to th?- 1? ginning, itb
rattling I'll ;i< r? s. t?i* *r? or ?e*s. -epf tug r??ur
parel* fr ?n **?id land ?n\e\as foj.iws:
i ?ne :? r? described in de#?d r? ord'd hi Mbof
j?s?; fotfn 7') *'t ?e?| are d? serlt>ed in d?vd
i *??- r * I "?I In I ib? r 2ls**?. 71 ?*t s??q ; about
1 4.mV? 11ar-- feet ?1 - -ri!? 1 In d i In
Lllwr 2313 f"ll ? rt! ? t ^**4j . and alN.nt 2o.tNW>
v jtiaT * f> t ?!?"* ; HkmI in deed r*Mi?r l?*?f in !JIvt
-i*>. foil. 41 ! Mi! . together with the linr
i-:u f?:h. eon*fstfn:: ! a dwelling.
>i*?? the entire 2IMN4I square fe?*t I???t men
t: aii'! is; ?r? f ?11 n described as beginning nt
a point Iri th? <)i\is|nii line l?etwoen the lanil of
fi:? i"he\\ I'haM' Kami <*?>nipa*i.\ ami the land
tn -nginc r?< he estate i f the late John I*. M??r
gan *;ti.l point l?o!ng north 1" degree* 34 minutes
ea*t 342.4 feet from the stone at i 3e southwest
? orn- r of the land now owned 1 ?y John It Morgan
ith *nid divlsiob line north 10 degrees 34
min t' * ? a*t 'Jiki fee:. thenee #*hst 101.72 feet,
then-" south lo degrees 34 minutes west 200
feet. t!**f|ee West 101 7'J feet to tljC I *?gf Dill tig.
nt: iniiig a dwelling and barn.
Term* of sab- . All ? ash. A deposit of ?300
w 111 I-- recrnired at time of sale. All eonvevatie!*>g.
re online. . a: ? ? *! of femdiaser. 'iVrms
?f *?|e to l?e ? i m piled with within fifteen days
fr ?tn day *>t sale, otherwise the trustees reserve
t e right to reseil the properiy nt the risk and
nsf of defaulting purchaser. after five days' ad
\er*i*en?.tif of su?-h resale in *ome newspaper
publish**! in Washington !>. t\
A\r?ltF\V WTKSOX.
NO::i. \V KAKKSO Vl,K.
T rusfe^s.
301 k st. n.w.
TltO< t o\Yi:\ A SON. Auctioneers.
f? lo ?]&d*
i
AUCTION SALES.
TOMORROW. _ ______
WA1.TKR It. \VI1.I.I~\MS A ? <?.. AM TIONEKKS.
on: rkufi.ar satfrp.u sai k
on tomorrow. fkbhfaky twkntif.th.
? "MMK.\? l\t; \T TKN n i |,iM K A.M.. "ill
sold Ht our salesroom. comer 10th and l'? uvo. .!!_
ii.w.. ;i 7011.-nil assortment of Household KfTVris.
consist lap of Parlor. I.lhrary. Pining It n ut and *:f
I handier Furniture. removed from private vs- Jf
idem es for convenience of sale. If
A I.St I
Rrie-a Rrne. I'nckethooks. Wallets. I'ost ?'inl|:,.AIImiiYIs.
Traveling S. ls. Military Brushes. I'le- j
tare Frames, etc.. b"lng a little shopworn. A
*chufiee jo soeer< bargains. ! t),
WAl.TKit R WH.I.IAAIS A i n . A nets. v;:
FI TI KK D.WS.
ADAM A. WESCHLER. AUCTIONEER. IS
Tlil STKK'S SAI.i: or TIJKKK ATTR.U'TIVF. jf
ItltRK PWF.M.INHS KNOWN AS PRKM
ISKS I.'l'Jl ANIi trjo;; s STREET NORTH
WKST ANH 1.V I." VF.R.MONT A V K.N IF.
MiRTIMVKST. A RARF. FIIA.NCK TO SK
Fl RF. SOME BAHRAIN'S
By virtue of crtnfti deeds of trust, dated
the Itii day of November. A.P. 1 00. and reeorded
in I.ihef No. folos. respect ively.
-!? Pt seij.. 2!?o et se(j. and et sei|.. of the
land reeords of the Ili?triet of t'oliindda. and at
Hie ropiest of the holders of the notes seemed
thereby. tlie undersigned. surviving trustee, will y.
offer sennrntelv at mihlie auetion. In front of *'C
111.' promises. on FRIDAY. TDK FIFTH I?AY
I'F MAUiTI. A. D. l'HHI. CIIMMKM'IM; AT
FOFK O'CLOCK P.M.. the following described y~
real .'st.il.', situate in tin- city of Washington. ::::
District of Foinniliin. to wit: lots numbered :.f
thirty nine i !Oi an.I forty 110. in \| Mitchell's
subdivision of oricinal l"t numbered four it. in
sonar.' nnnilMTcii two hundred ami thirty-.-itrlit :
tZP... as per l'lat recorded In tli.' office of tin ; . .
surveyor for tlm District of Columbia. in l.ihcr
W. H M,. at folio |ii."; an.I lot ntnithmd thirty ' 3C
i'to. in Moses K"lly'? subdivision ?f lots in s?ptare | ':f
numbered two hundred and seventy eight t27M. j jtf
as per plat recorded in the office of the surveyor j
f. r the District of Columbia. in l.il.er It I.. II ! :;f
at folio 810. together with the improvements! -,f
thereon. j
Terms of s?|. One third of th* purchase money
to f.e pali) In .-ash and the balance t>> lie paid
in three eipial fnstalintents. respectively, in on". | t";
two and three years, secured by a deed of trust
ujion tlic property sold, with interest, payahlo
semi-annually. :it the rate ?>f six |>er cent per
annum, or all cash, at lit" option of the pur ,
chaser. A deposit of $2i*t on each lot will be I J'.
required at tinu- of sale. Sale to t?- closed in j "if
fifteen days from day of sale, otherwise tin ; V
property w ill be resold, at the risk and cost of .
defaulting purchaser, after five days' advertise
nient in some newspaper puhlished in Washing
ton city. D. ('. ( on veram*ing at est of pnr
chaser. WALTER II IIKNSKY. O
fclS ilAds.eSu.fe'JlbV uih1 Surviving Trustee.
~THOMAS J. OWEN * SOX. AI'CTIONEEBS. y?
CHANCERY SAFE OF TWO STORY FRAME ;.::
DWELLINU. NO. :?o BRYANT STREET
N W
Ry virtue of a decree passed in the Snnrcme j
coi.rt <.f the District of Columbia. In Etpilty j
\'.i. we will sell, at public auction. In ! "{"
front of the premises, on TI7RSDA Y. THB i * *
T1YKXTY THIRD PAY OF FKP.Rl'ARY 1!M?B. ! V
AT I1AI.F PAST PH It O'CDOCK P.M.. the j y
following-described land anil premises, situate | *J?
In the city of Washington, in said District. ntnl [
known as and h.dng the west one-half of lot nine j
(Iti in Week seventeen (1T> of the Howard Hniversify
subdivision of the farm of John A. Smith, |
know n as "Kttingham r:aco." as the same ap- |
pears of reeord in I.iber District No. 1. at folios [
Trt't. and 77 of the reeorils of the ottlee of the i ^
surveyor for the District of t'ohimhi.a (also de- J*
s-iibed as lot si.t. square .lORyi. with the Itn- *j*
provements thereon. V
Terms of sale: One-third of the purchase money y
to he paid in cash, and the balance in two equal I y
installments, payable in one and two years from |
the day of sale, and to he represented by fh"
promissory notes of the purchaser, hearing interest
at the rate of fi per eentum per annum, pay- ;
able semi annually, and seemed hv deed of trus* !
on the pr-perty sold, or all eash. at the option I
of the pur. ha-or; #P>rt deposit ^required "pon ac- }
reptanee of bid. All conveyancing, noiary fees * *
and recording at purchaser's cost. Terms to be V
complied with within !T> days or trustees may
advertise and sell at the purchaser's risk and *J?
eosf after five days' previou- advertisement of ?%
such resale published in some newspaper of ?*.
Washington. D. C.
CHAS K ROBSOX. ,1,
61L' F st. p.w.. ' *
THOMAS WAI.KKR. I J
5b6 5tli sf. n.w . j V
fe11-d.tds.eSu Trustees. I
Tl 1 < )M AS J. n HKN ift Si IN. Alt 'Tit i N RHUS* ! jj*
TKt'STKKX SAI.K < >F TWO-STORY I'RAMK *J*
hwki.i.im;. siti \tk hm; morris road. y
<;i:iswi?i.u's audition to anafostia. v
d. o. I >
Hy virtue of a ibs*d of trust given to u- anil [
recorded in I.il?-r llttln at folio "."0 et scq.. one j
of the land records of the District of Columbia. [
Hud at thi* request of the party s cured. \v?* will j
sell at pitltiic auction, in fr tit of the premises, j
VII TI'KSDA Y. I'll K TWKNT Y-THIRD HAY OF j I
KKBK1" A It Y. llhlll. AT IIAI.FPAST Ft H'R | J
li'CT/M'K P.M . the following described ! ? :?I e?- *j*
Uti'. situate in tin- nutrl't of Columbia. t ? wit: j
: .1 numbered two hundred and four l2tY4>. In J V
li A. liriswo'd's subdivision of lots in "Chi-|
Chester." known a< 'Griswotd's addition to Ana- %
costla." as f>* r plat recorded iti -the office of ?*,
tin- surveyor for the I?istr|ft of Columbia, in . ?
Mher-County ft at folio loo.
Terms: One third (1-Si <-a<h. balance in one #J4
lit and two i2t years. with interest at <ir'r per j
nnnnm. payable semi-annually. fine hundred *j*
dollars l$loft.iao deposit required at time of sale. V
! Hood title or no sale. All conveyanelng. etc..
' at purchaser's cost. If terms of sale are not V
| complied with within ten days from date there- ?J?
of property to be resold at cost of purchaser. C.
JOSKPH II KT1SOX. A
CHAIII.KS P.. It A 11,1'". Y. .J.
fefi.lO.l.Vlfl Trustees. *%
THUS J. OWKN Jt SON. AUCTIONEKRS. ?
l.'h'U t; at. n.w.
Administrator's sails of Tf
very vaEuablie business .
and residence property,
being premises No?0 til
11923, 11925 and 11927 Pa, p,
Avenue NoW*, and No, b.1
2??0 O street N.W.
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia, holding a Probate [ j
Court, passed in administration cause No. 14.XI:!. j jv
on the docket of said Probate Court, the under- | w(
signed administrator. e. t a., will offer fur s.ih' i
at public auction on TIICKSDAY TJIK T1VKN- i ,.
TY FIFTH I \ 4 OF FKB1SIAIIY. 1 ;?:? *. AT | ,...
HAI.F PAST 1'Ol'R O'CLOCK I'M . oarl of
rights! lot .7. in square IIS. in the city of '
Washing! District of <'olumlda. descrihed as ju
follows; ISi g.lining for tin- same at a !?>int in (|(,
tlic north lino of I't unsvlvnnin avenue on lio
dividing lino lemon lots t ami and running
thence northeast' rl\ at right angles to Penn ,
-vivaniii avenue 77 IT foot to tim rijar line of
siiil lot r>. thence wist alone said rear line .75.1') ~"
feet. tlienee southwest alone a line drawn at
right angles to Pi ntisyIvnnia an nne to the tine
of said avenue, and tlienee southeast along tie t"-1
line ..f said avenue 5t> fe.-t to the point of he- '
ginning. improved hy premises Nos. liU.-:. 1M25
iml 1P'27 Pennsvlvania avenue northwest; an I ! I I
iniinedlalely thereafter lot 2-S. according to tin- . T1
. siihdivision made hy A A. Wilson el al., in ! lh!
quale I OX as said subdi vision appears f rec >rd i &
| in the office of the surveyor of the District o' ' n
Columbia. in Book 11. al Jingo 51. la-lug itn j on
jiroved hy house and premises No. 2 hXi ti street j so
northwest i So
Terms: Due third of the pnrehase priee in i II
I caslt and the balance in two equal installments.
I payable itt one and two years front the date of I
-ale. and to In- represented hy tin- promissory ?
notes of the purchaser, hearing interest at tinrate
of six per cent per annum, pavalde semi
annually, and secured by deed of trust on the
pn?| ertv sold, or all cash, at tU** Option of the
purchaser. A deposit <if M? on em-li parcel \v iI!
lie required at tin- time of sale. All conveyancing.
etc. at purchaser"- cost. If tin- terms of
sale are no* i omplind with itt fifteen davs from j
tin- date of sale tin- right is reserved to resell ;
at tin- risk of the defaulting purehasor.
A J.I.AN i:. WU.KKR.
Administrator, e, t. a., estate A. A. Wilson, de
ceased felS-dArtls.eSu
??.?. et
ADAM A. WKSt 'III.Kit. AlCTIONKKR.
Trmstes's Sale an Bank- a
! rnptcy of Two-story Brick
Apartrrant No. 39 Qaaincyi
Place Northwest.
I
Ity virtue of an order of the Supr- nr- <"oiirl of
; the District of < "hitniiia. holding a ltankrup cy
t'oitrt in re tjeorge II Adams, haltkrupt N--. 5P2,
ti e tind' t'sigui d trustee v ill sell lq public atnti--n.
in front of tip- premise*, on MONDAY, j
M A IP *11 MUST. P.*'".'. \T II AI.I I'AST rolUjPI
O'l'I.IM K I'M , the following d-scrih-d real cs
late, situate in tin- city of Washington. District ' p
. f t -. a.... a.. , ... ;.. ........... -I'll ; If
: < iiui'iii, t ?>ii- i ? in fn|iinn" ? i ?*. I ^
j f.-rmorly i?I -K 11. ill tin- snhdit isi-m known as- I r
Itlo. n tngdah-. impmvod l?y two-story hriok two -i [J
family apartment. ! ...
Torm* a*h. \ do;*'?it of rotpiirod nt tho ;
Hint* of salo. If torniK of salo 11 ro not oomplii-d j
1 with in tiftoon .lays front day of salo tho nnih r |
! nipn'tl trustor ro*-rvos tho right to rosoil th'- | _
j property at :h"v ri*k and oust of tho ilofaitlting ]
purohasor. aftor tlvo days' adv-rt isotnoitt ?<f suoli i
ro*.ilo in *"ini? tiowspapor pihllsli.-d In tho <|:y
>f Washington. I> ' All oonx ovatioing. p-onid
iug. oto., at piirohnsor's oost.
l it YD \ POrtSI-.VSS. Trustor. _
foil'. rt&ds.eSn*fp22 Kondal 1 htiildfng.
Tints. J. ttWKN A. SUN. AI t'Tll INKERS. CI
Till 'STEPS' SW.K it| V.M.I AISI.K TlVliSTORY
nisii'K nwKi.i.iM:. r.'2i k st sf. Ky
vlrtno of a .-orlaiu ilooil of trial. .Inly ro- !
i.rtlo.l in I.ihor .No. Ml.an. folio IMit ot sotj.. of \
; tho 1 : i it I to.-onls of tho Disti l-t of i olumhia. and at
th" ro.piost of tho party sooiirotl tiior liy. tho V
ltidorsiguod trustors will soil at pnhlio allot ion.
i nt front of tho pr ttii* *. <.n \VKIt\KSIttV. T1IK ?
TWENTY KOI I IT' H HAY OK FKHKP ARY. AT). ] i
l'.ntli. AT II Al.F-l'AST IT Hit oTTjh'K P.M.. *
thi' following-do* riho.l laml and proini*. *, sitnato j
in th - oity of Washington. Distrl.-t of Poliimhla. *
and dosigtintod a* and lioing lot it ujjl h"rod Si I of i
' lhimphroy and Ihilim-r'ti sulslivisinn of lots in
Mptat'o nttnthorotl llllS. a* per plat ro.-ordod in
tho oitioo .if tho snrvoyor for tho District of Co- '!
Ininhla. in I.ihor Ml. at folio 1st), togothor with
tho inipntvonionls. Sold stihjo.-t to prior dood of
trust for $M."t*i. Tortus a* to roimtiltdcr stat -d '
at sal.-. A dopoxit of Slott will l><- r-ipiin-d at
tinto of salo. All oonvoyanoiug. l-orortllng. oto..
at oost of pnrohaaor. Tortus of salo to ho < > ui
i pliod yviih within tlftts-n days from day of salo.!
othorwNo tho trustors rott.-rvo tho right t ros.-ll j J'.'
tho pro|s-rty hi tho rl*k ami nut of dofaulting
I purohasor. aftor llvo dai s' ad ortIsotnont of s.p h }
i rosalo in sonto nowspapor pnh'ishod in Wash- I _
; ington. I). C. I
1 KIHY \ I:I > 1.KW1S,
PRANK A. JUNKS. 1 M
Tr ts-oos.
j r: r. I'.khkf.nd, aitomoy. lit; r.ih ?t. u.w.
I fol7-d&ds,cSu
AUCTION SALES. AUCTION SALES.
FITI'BB DAYS. _ FUTIKE DAYS.
CATALOGUE SALE
?OF A?
Valuable and Unusual Collection
-ATMendelsohn's
Art Gallery.
MAHOGANY FURNITURE
Bn the Beautiful Old Styles off the
SJ1E RATON, CHIPPENDALE, HEPPLEWH1TE, COLOXIAL
AND OTHER EARLY PERIODS. EMBRACIXC,
OYER SIX HUNDRED LOTS IN EVERY CONCEIVABLE
SHAPE.
CONSISTING OF
Dining Tables. Sideboards. China Cabinets, S de I ablcs. Dining
Chairs in great variety. Library Tables. Davenports,
Dressing Tables. Bureaus. Chiffon ers,Cheval Mirrors,Desks.
High Posters, Work Tables, Card Tables', Reception Chairs,
Chairs. Sofas, Block brunt High Boys and Low Boys, Corner
Cabinets, etc., etc.
M S-) \ I.ARCK ASSORTMENT OF
Sheffield Ware. Old English Prints. China, Marble \ ascs,
Tenders. Andirons Eire Sets. Persian Prism Candelabras.
I ' _ _ 1 , * /--v Ik * _ . _ I ? - - t V. *-?, rt v n ? ri
i?iasses an? copper urnaments, rersian i\ugs, v^uhma aim
I liree Division Dili Over Mantel Mirrors. Curios, etc. Collected
by Several Antique Collectors from all over the world
during the past fifteen years.
lo be sold at public auction within our rooms,
1409-1411 NEW YORK AYR. NAY.,
Wednesday, Thursday, Fraday Saturday,
February 24, 25, 26 and 27, 1909,
At 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Each Day.
On Exhibition Mon. iTues. Feb. 22 <& 23, 1909.
A. MENDELSOHN". Auctioneer,
foi:?:st 1400-1411 New York Ave. N. W.
4
r*aor-tmb* a t er n a \t>c a tit r a t t uutcc
SIX 1 O /A.1S. 1 VIA 1V1 L.vJ,
1407 G St., Near U. S. Treasury,
Washington, D. C.
THE LA PLACE SALE
ELEGANT EUROPEAN HOUSEHOLD
APPOINTMENTS
(iathcrcd in All Parts of Europe
BY'
MR. El J. LA PLACE
(40U and 408 4th Avenue. New York).
1 he well known connoisseur and collector of New York. London
and Paris.
L? ? ?? *-? ?? ? * . f 4 L 4 ! 'mil iitt- / f\1 <1 III 1 T? ^
i\V. |M lllclll* *11 ill*." i rtiuuu.'* VyUuvv,nun3 anvi x-o
tatcs of tlie Old World.
Sueh hp Furniture and Ornament? nf the l.onip', Empires'. Napoleonic and
other Important Periods, Sheraton, <'hippendaie. Adam and Colonial Furniture,
Finely Mounted and Decorated. Flare Old English, French and Dutch Silver.
Sheffield Plate. Flare Flrnnze.t. Valuable Fire Sets, Tapestries., Rare Screens.
Old Mirrors. Reautiful Flare China and Class. Old Prints. Curios and many
other Scarce Articles not to he had in this country. Comprising: an unusually
tine collection of European interior decorations.
All to he sold at public auction within our art galleries,
1407 Ci street. Washington. I). I.
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday,
February 24, 25 and 26, 1909,
AT 11 A.M. AND 3 P.M.
On pidMc view MONDAY and Tl'HSDAY. I-'KB. 22 and 4^,
9 A.M. until 6 P.M.
C. G. SLOAN CO., Inc., Auctioneers,
1407 G Street.
folS-lf
A A A A A A A .y, A A AA AA AAtWtA A A A AA A .
ADAM A. WKSCIII.KIl. Al'CTIONF.KR. WINTER RESORTS.
II STKK'S SAI.K or TWO l lt.VMK HWK.I.I.
I\i;s. mis. 1110 TW'KNTY FIRST STRKKT ATI.ANTIC CITV. \. J.
AM) jn::t t. STRKKT NORTHWEST. ?
III.- undersigned as substituted trustee under r rr AI All! . FRONT.
'S HOs EL TRAYM0RE,
lilM.v cause No. will sell at puhth: auc I , A11.ANT IF CITY, N". .1.
in. hi front ?if the premises, on Tl F.SDAY. \ T hi* Acme of Modern Hotel Fapiipment and
ARCH SFi'ONT). l?0!t. AT KIVK O'CLOCK Luxury.
M tlie south 17 feet front by full depth, that Open Throughout the Year.
1th. "f lot is, square 72. in the city of Waste _ 'I IIAI MOItK MOTF'.L CO.
;ton. District of Coluintiia. being Improved bv | < II VS. O. MAIHjl KTTK. Manager.
frame dwelling. No. Ilti) "1st street northwest. fel2 Oof.tu [>. s. WHITK, President.
.VI. imiL'iii n ri V TIIL'IIF IPTVR trill sell I " : -?
7ha', HOTEL STRANE
.lili the full depth or ?ai.l lot. being Improved
a frnm" dwelling. No. ?W1 I. street north AtlaOttlC GatV. N. J.
st. Washington. It. f. ..... . . ?
rerins: One third of purchase price cash. lial ALW A\ S OPKN CAPACIT
ce ill nfi' mi l tun years. w:tlt * interest, sereil
hv deed or trna' on property sold, or all TOO.
sh. at pitrehaser-s option "" 1 On the ocean frontal Pennsylvania are., t
en pa reel at sale. I ernis to In . ottiplp d ? 1th i?j[>rs
to days, otherwise property will he resold all ?|||H ?f B aQd ston<>
faulting purchasers cost and Hisk. Cnejeelled in lo. atiol,. eqnlpmrnt and servlt
' HI. H . . ' Open surrounding*,
substitut-d It tuitee, knn l.ith st. n w. jji)f nnd fn,s|, an(j water paths, slrtf
rets d&ds.eMI&fe.'2 or en suite.
Steam heat throughout.
tJ. SLOAN A i ll.. 14*VT '! ST. N.W. Elevator from street level to top floor.
Sun parlrtT overlooks Itoardvvalk and oeean.
tl.E or PERSONAL KEEECTS AMI llol SE Winter and spring rates on application.
|((i||i COOPS i'Olt XTOIIACK EMAIHiKS. Kleetrie auto meets train-.
Notice is herein- given that on SATI RDAY. K. It. OI*"K. II. c. EDWARDS.
HI!I \ rt V TWENTY SEVENTH. EM". AT Manager. Assistant Manager
O'CLOCK A.M.. there will tie sold at pule fell -tit.eSu.g2
a net ion. In the iiuetioii room of C. C. Sloan
is: ? Haddoira Hafll
n il effects on storage v* B. It. Moses &
hiis. I tie.. in th? name of K. BaHalcy. Mrs. Ida ATLANTIC CITY, X, ,f.
Ill Mrs. 1". A. McNey and Mrs. I*. M. Quintan. Directly on tlit- ocean front, with nnohstruet
W. It. MOSES A SONS. Inc. view. Salt water In nil baths. Hot and en
fe 1 fW!t.cSnftfe22 _ . . water in moat bedrooms. Always open. Bookb
??????? ? f W iiQt.gsj lo LEEDS & MPPINCoTT.
educational. Berkshire ioji, o^v'cu'va
IK WASHINGTON. $2 np daily: $?. $10. 512.r,0. Sir, weekly: prlv-,
orritA/yrt baths: rooms running witter: steam: capaeti
ART SCHOOL '"'T u'rr-' "rJ ?-& 1E dickinso
Washiragton HeighUs i COME TO atlantic city and enjoy tii
20.-. the lie v. Columbia Road. of *I,e combined with t
Miss S W Kelly. Loudon Medalist. * 'onvenie,tees which this famo
Classes In drawing; painting In oils; water "U-lhe-jMir resort has to offer.
.fig?fftSrJrtSS" " "^,l"i,e"'- HOTEL DENNSS
-i?" "'"i" >? ?noi?tract
mujT V 7 ani:VimiMB: iu^i. aW. n!w. -ocw"' vu>w- i?i5-r..-,tu.th 321
r?- Ti)"I.| 1 asio'ln ?"?? owbors ?uu?k- Lam born, &'??"!'
- _ itv. 2.V); elevator, private hntbs. etc. * Spec
WALTER Te MOLT Bpfr^.y,aV's- J, , ,x A-M,rxKU
Mandolin, guitar :m<l banjo teacher. 1 ~ "
Ensemble practice to pupils.
WASHINGTON INST OF MUSIC. ?:57 K st. _ _ _ . __ ___
tay. t f.C I'lK.iie Main 21.it _ fr |_J M I p |^1 Tp p
MANHOI.IN. Gt ITAIt. BANJO V/ I lr?LI Vf 1 1 I Instruction
liy
Ol KTUI DK Bit 'KI N't. II AM THOMAS. 0 .,p ???a,.h i.-|rpnrr-1f v?m) flr .
one Columbia 1235-F. Studio. 1231 Uirurd n.w. era lure "reproof. StndforLit
jjl*. 1 ?.?t
3(1 \xff NN ti BUSINESS COLLEGE. STH & K. THE I.KKliS lOMPANV
_ l U Known In the Departments as the . ,
3li= HK.St AND MOST SUCCESSFUL tei-i r.?. u. to
Civil. SKIIVICK SCHOOL..
PKKPAKK WITH ?
srSfSS?
1 Ka*t Capitol >t Telephone Lincoln ::8 Day AtlSlIflltSC CltV N \l
and night sessions. Twenty fourth year. rt * HOI 1TB i IlL, 1! ty , I N|, ,
de-. eo.tf.4 0n American Plan, occupying a whole hie
zf n 'i rectiv on the ocean front In the cimi... ?
VLliSJl: lnniaiilil lLfffliiniglUliii^lSo lion, which Is Atlantic City's modern high ula
n?? ami Private Lessons. Translation Bureau, home district
K.JtV1 MO,SKNSKN' ,M" "J,h 8'- n n- It presumes to offer the highest standar
''?1?? ??????- ???- in appointuieutM, culs'ne and service, and Is t
1 R A \ E R one llol<"1 for luxurious comfort and ijulet si
s^>. Itl'SINKSS COI.I.KtiK. roundfngs.
v1 vri' i" s-r's:" V \v -S I,M 100 private bath rooms; spacious parlo.
mHs-5d ocean front dining room.
Orchestra?Cafe and tirll?. Booklet.
IAI;|:- ... J B. THOMPSON & CO.
s()\ IaS a.m.; adults, ? p.m. frotUit
;ci i< km.. Kl*irS,'rtoH"" Hotel Seville, Si;ii"iK;h""
VRASCIR MANN "AI.C A.M.. j SSS.""^'' ^ T
Wl-tf l tin.. -.1 r. SI. n.w. daHjr. lha.klct. J. P. UIBKItSON
stenographic Academy, ?"m n-"ii tdst?
Colorado Build ng. E HOLMHURST,
Short ha ml and Tvpen riling. I lav rates. J7.."K) IVtinsy Hants avenue near Beach ATI.ANT
>r month: night. KT Individual Instructions. 1 1) 1 - nobs true ted ocean; view; prlvj
neidcte course n Pitman, f.'hi.tat; Uregg. *25.00; Stationary waabsUnd*. with hot nnd e<
,11, hie. S'Jmm. |. eluding typewriting running water. In bedrooms. Elevator to strt
v ! level. Capacity, dOO. Open all the year. Ho
i cleetrle coach meets trains. Literature tin
OUT OP WAbEIWOTOW. re<|iest. ife. Hnt.lu) HKXltV DAUNKLl.
T?\I ;.1 'I A f KI.Kt I i.iiAiI.iiNi, <01001. j THE AK?'HI?AI.K. OCEAN KM) Si. JAM
in Hi- eo.mlrv for gi els md small hoys: terms I plnee; second house from oeea'n: steam hri
v?rv in -Vi at Address Alls* llAItl?KY. i elerator; private l.atlis; sun parlor; open tli
CiarkaviUc. i ' au4 tf place. JOXEa* Sl EASTBL'KN. Ja25-30t-<
a
WINTER RESORTS.
J ATLANTIC CITY. X. J.
iPirAiriinilrtirio Tenn. hti>. ami Beach. First
' IT rCWsWIillllifi., h<>tri fron, Boardwalk. Mil
em famllv hotel Special spring rates. I nex[;
celled table. Booklet. ?J. \V. CAKMAXY.
[c f'-l 7 -,'llitt
JXtaxxticxHo
l | "THE HOTEI. FOR COMFORT."
j Modern, hisrh-class. homelike: near Beaeh and
^ all attractions: every convenience; elevator;
; -team heat; snn parlor; excellent rnisinc; white
: help; 2"t? rooms; ,V> private hatha. Special nitcs.
- S- up ilsilv; $lo up wceklv. Am. plan: booklet. ;
C feM Stij " \. CttNKAD KKHQ1.M. Ft op. .
~HOTEL WILTSHIRE, "i
Ocean en?l Virginia arc. Capacity. 4*>0. Kqnip- |
jied in most modern fashion with every comfort;
elevator. private Paths, sun parlors, steam heat.
[z etc. Special spring terms. $12.."0 up weekly. $2.-?0
up daily. American plan. Booklet SAM1 KI<
j: KLI.IS. Formerly of Hotel Majestic. fe!S-!h>t.S
(C* i*k> /Oi tc it- .r% -ao ti-wo-x* \ p w York avc. pear
11 ilU11119 jt.-a -h. Elevator. St-'am !
?r h???t. Moderate rat<*s.
Mn? I>. KNAl'KH.
k Sioteii Boscobel, *7ru,tho
X ; AtlnntIe City. N. J. Finest table and *rrviee:
A I capaeliy. 250. Write for SPECIAL, KEBRl AR?
j RATES, tnentt Mini souvenir iienell. Elevator to
X t street. 20tli season.
i A. K. MARION, Owner and Proprietor,
sr I fel.t-tnt.T
I "GALEN HALL,
A IIOTEI. AMI SANATORIUM.
X ATI,A NTH' CITY. N. J..
With its elegant enmfort. its superior table and
\f sarvlee and eurative ami tonie baths, with trained
attendants, is an ideal plane for a lone or a
-Jf short stay. F. I,. VOI'MS. Men. Manager.
Information at MR. KtlSTEK S, 113:1 Pn. are
X felfi-SOt. 12
1 Troxell Hail,
^ Selert fainilr house; fire proof. Booklets.
fe|.-.-eod.::0t.4 K. TROXKI.E.
I ISLES WORTH
X On the Reaeh. Yireinia ave.
Speeial Ameriean plan. $1! ."><) tip daily.
A F.nropean plan. $1.30 up daily.
A Speeial weekly tertns.
X FRANK M. PHOERCS. WM. HYMAN.
A Manager. < Prnpr.
A fesnot.io
I ALBEMARLE
most modern and leading moderate rate Motel;
l?# 100 sunny front rooms; private baths, elevator;
steam heat; sun parlors; niuslr. Kleellent tahle,
X own rarms & <lnlry; white service. Special rafs.
"j* $S to $1.1 uj> w'kly; $2 up d'ly. B'let. J. P. Cope.
V fol.'l-.Rot.f
| Seaside House,
DIRECTLY ON* THE OCEAN* FRONT,
t Sea water baths. Open all the rear.
t feJ2-30t.6 F. I>. COOK'S SONS.
1 mi mmm ~
>*? Virginia Ave., near Beach. Atlantic City, N. J.
Open all the vear. Fine table. Suites with
?* private bath. Handsomely furnished. Perfect
(X# sanitary arrangements. Elevator to all floors. Spe}
clal ratAs for winter and spring. Cnpaeiiy. 250.
'$* MRS. N. R. HAINES, Owner and Proprietor.
fel-150t.Jft
? HOTEL IROQUOIS,
,t? Ocean end So. Carolina ave.; close to attractions;
capacity. 400; elevator; private baths; sun parX*
lers. orchestra, etc. Special. $10 to $17.50 weekly.
V Special party rates. Always open Booklet,
y Ja.10-30t.7 W. I*. SHAW.
? The St. Charles,
y front. Distinctive for its elegance and high-class
y patronage. Orchestra of soloists. Sea water in
y all baths. IIlus. booklet. NEWLIN lIAINEiS.
y ja2.S30t.ft
NORTH CAROLINA.
$ KENILWORTH INN,
;!; Biltmore, N. C.
A 20 Hours From New York.
? Adjoins Geo. Ynnderbllt's famous estate; al,*?
ways ojien; new management; ideal climate;
riding, driving, golf, tennis.
,t, NO CONSUMPTIVES.
,1, de13-iWt.Hl
| Base Ball, Racing
| and Other Sports
:s
(Continued from Fifteenth Page.)
*:*
V straight sets in the amateur racquet
,% championship tourney yesterday after??
noon. Brooke's work was the feature
*t* of the afternoon inatehes. and Ills win
,j? over Waterliury came as a complete sur J?
prise, as the latter was lnok''d upon by
critics us the probable winner of the
tourney.
The match between Fearon and Mc_
(Virniick was tli?? ntost interesting eontest
of tlie day. The match was a nip?
and-tueji affair for five sets. Mr. MeCormiek.
by brilliant work, finally carrying
off the honors in the last set.
George H. Brooke, Philadelphia, defeated
Bawrenee Waterbtirv, Xew Vork.
15-S, 15-8. 15-10.
II. MeCortniek. Chicago. defeated \V*.
J. Fearon. Chicago. 15-12, 9-15, 15-12,
1 ft-1 7. 15-1 1
? Payne Whitney. New Vork. defeated
W. P. Burden. New York, 15-5, 15-9. 15-2.
GANS WILL PICK UP $2,500.
V He Will Start Training Saturday at
Kid Sullivan's Camp.
BALTIMORE. Md v February 19 ?Joe
Gans is home after binding his match
*e- with Jabez White of England. The battle
tie of ten rounds, as has been told, is
to be before tiie New Vork Athletic Club
March 12. The weight is to he 135
pounds, and Cans is to get $2,500. with
a percentage.
Joe will start training Saturday. I lis
training camp will be that which Kid
Sullivan has established near Washington.
Sullivan and Sammy Harris will
give Gans his boxing work.
Joe says lie is feeling in tine shape.
He expects, after the go with White, to
light other battles between now 'nd the
l time the warm weather begins.
il<l
"t; DUMBARTON CLUB
WINS POOL MATCH
ly,
.V
The tliinl and final contest of a series
IK between tlie pool teams of the Dumbarton
flub of Washington and the Montgomery
Country Club of Rockville was played
oti the tables of the Country Club Wednesday
evening and resulted in a victory
pd for the Dumbarton boys, who pocketed
: "jot balls to l'.Nj made by tlie Country
~ Club team. Tlie victory gave Dumliarton
two out of the three contests. Last
ial evening's score was as follows:
Dumbarton. Country Club.
Kite Ri> Dan son ..! ;;8
IKcker fin l-cn-|s 17
Kastrrdny I'eler 50
Sliiou! "."i ; I logo 7,fl
Hill SO i Nicholson 4t
1104 i 196
Following the contest refreshments
were served and a good time generally
was enjoyed.
GREAT LITTLE
? FIGHTERS READY
ft '
^ NEW YORK, February l!?.-Both little
fighters claiming that they were ready to
? make the weight at 1pounds, preparations
were completed today for the tight
*11 at the National Athletic Club here today
?3 between Abe Attell. world's featherweight
champion, ana jcm uriscou, tne Lngiish
ils featherweight champion, who has not lost
he a tight since tiis arrival in this country.
,r" The little men have trained hard and consclentious'y,
and it is expected that the
contest will be the best seen hereabout
for some time. Late last night the dispute
over who should referee had not been
settled, but a compromise will be agreed
upon before this evening. The betting to?
day is lb to 7 in favor of Drismll. Several
large wagers were recorded. There
were sevreal runners that the police would
up interfere with the tight, but the promoters
seemed to be little disturbed.
GOOD DAY FOR THE PUBLIC.
? !
11?? At Santa Anita Six Favorites Show
Jet Their Class.
LOS ANllULES. Cal.. February 10. ?
A very ordinary card was run off at
Ks Santa Anita Park yesterday. The pub<t;
I lie. however, bad a very profitable day.
i las six futorites were returned winners.
%
The only first choice to meet defeat j
was Kntre \*ou?. The hooks were hard
hit by the successful string of favor- j
ites. Summaries:
First race; six furlong? Milpitas. 112 (Power*!.
2 t?> 5. won: Thlnl Kail. 101 (Paget. 7 to 1. j
eci*oad; Vol ma ('.. h>4 iShrlneri. 25 to 1. third. |
Time. 1.11' 3-5. Piton. Henry of She"namero. !
Light Comedy. Aragoii and Saint Kilda *Iso
tan.
Second race; selling; two-year-olds* throe and
one-half furlongs --SepnlTeda, l"7 iShillliigt. ! to
10. won; Klora. lop tpowersi. 7 to 2, scond;
lli'lma S.. lot! lHoward*. 4 to 1. thlnl. Time.
0.40 4 5. Si?.rting l.lfc. Fred Stone. Istdv 1'itret.
tJ. A. It.. Mary's l-amh. Mary Van Burcti mi
El Perfeeto also ran
Thin! race; selling; tivc and one half furlongs
I-adv Irmn. 105 (Schilling). to in. won; Hilly
llodemer. lo4 iHnwardl. ft to 1. second; Jam*
Swift. I its (Kennedy). t to 1. thiol Time.
1.tto .'15. Work and Play. Ail Alone. I'ncle j
llm. Free Kn1|r!it. The Bear and Semprotii also |
ran.
Fourth race; selling; o ven furlongs Halve-, j
loft (Powers!. 4 to 1. won; .Tulin 1 suits, 101 j
(Page). 4 to 1. second; K'ng <>f the Mist. t"0
.Scliilllngi, In io 1. third. Time. 1.2(5 1-5 Ker- t
iv. Knt re Nous. Skyo. Financier and Charley I
Pain.* also ran.
Fifth race; mile; |mrso Piute, lull (Schilling), j
2 to 5, won; \-/o. li)4 (Mcl.eet. ti to 1. second; '
(trio. ]( ?? iHoidstcini 11 to it. third. Time, i
1..'11* 1-5. Itouutus. Nasmerito and Parton also j
ra a. j
Sixth race; seven furlong-; silling Progress. j
loft (Auhuchont. 5 to 11. won; l!cy I?? ! Mumlo,
loll (Kutwelll, lo to 1. second; Tec Beach. 101 j
tPaget. <; to l third. Time. 1.25 1-5. Sadler. !
I*av Star. Jo Uee*e. Dritlauune. Itecklay. K?ro- !
si I any. Bye Bye I. Friar of Elgin ami Ant|s-do '
also ran.
Seventh race: selling: live and one-half fur j
Irtllirc I 'cnefi.lt 1 111 I s.-hiU'lliSl t A 1 VV llll ' I Tl .
lemon!. Jort i\|r?;oe>. !* ! ? 1. second. ?;art?T
IJjrhf. 1i:? l|ow?r(J?. 1H t.? 1. third. Tim- j
I.fC? .S'tiipnu'lli*. ( ?ir;isi. )Ihiu'us> . Soimi T
Hniretf. Mini Loo. Shirley U"seni"r#^ .lane fa.ni;el
and Hen Stene also ran.
HIGH PRIVATE IN LEAD.
Takes the Derby Trial in Easy Fashion
on Oakland Track.
OAKLAND, <"al., February 1'.'.?A cnml
card was offered at Emeryville yesterda\ ;
the Derby Trial at 1 1 - Hi miles as the
feature. High Private and Fanatic, from]
the Forsythe stable, ruled favorites. After]
Eight House and Halman tired, High
Private drew away and won from Tom
Hayward. while Fanatic was third.
Fine weather favored the racing, but the
track was sloppy, owing to rain of the
early morning.
Favorites were played. The summary:
First race, three au?i a half furlongs; purse?
liiek Itclrtierlen. 112 (Seoxillei. 7 t"> 1, won; \apn
Niels. 105 iSlrt'urtllvi, It to 1', seeond; Abler
tiiileh. lop Tapliiii. 7 to I. third. Time, n il 15.
Judge Henderson, father Eugene. Matehem. < iau.
Sixteen, tirahatiie and Itay Streak also ran.
Second nee. six furlongs; selling Argonaut,
10K iMentryi. 2 to 1. won; Osmrine. lot u'larki.
!> to 2. second; I'eseoninets, 107 iKeoghl. 0 t ? I.
third. Time. 1.17 4-5. Atlness, Serenade. Utile
Jane. M atrhtullii Charles \\ I lodges. Itriirht
Skies and False Niiii also rail.
Third racr. ntile anil twenty yards: selling
Full"tta. tt'M iTii|'lin>. to i. won: Steel.
I'litrki. IS to 5, second: Neliulosus. 107 tSweetl.
> to 1. third. Time, 1.47 3-5. Import .iinl
Husky also rau.
Fourth race, mile anil u sixteenth: Derhy Trial
? High I'rlvate. t Is tla-ei. 11 to 2<?. won: Tom
llaywanl. ll?2 ttiillierti, U to 1. second: Fanatic.
105 tMet arthri. 11 to 20, third. Time, l.jn l-.V
I'alo Alto. Lighthouse, Op-can Queen and Madman
also ran.
Fifth raee. mile; selling Painty Itelle. 1(t2
iTapllm. !l to 1. won: IMlio Hollars, lit (KeOghl.
It? to 5. seeond: Itosevale. Ill5 tilllM-rli.
to 1. third. Time. 1.43 4-5. Miss Helaney, Ks
tella i'.. Km and Km. Melnr. I'rieeless Jewel.
Itlanehe <\ aud Sahara also ran.
Sixth raee. six furlongs: purse Fordello. 1 <?T J
tla'et. 2 to .". won: May Amelia, 102 ttiillierti. J>
to 1, seeond: Fanev. Ml (Andersonp. 25 to 1,
third. Time, l.lti 4-3. Karly Tide. Hector.
Saiuwn. ltather Royal and Fit i'i<-o also ran.
MOMENTUM'S CLOSE CALL.
Defeated Ray Thompson by ThreeQuarters
of a Length at Tampa.
TAMPA, Fla.. February 15L?The third
rare, a handicap, was the feature of yesterday's
races, and Ray Thompson and
Momentum fought P. out all the way. The
latter won by tliree-ijuarters of a length.
After investigation into the race run by
Je-anette M. Wednesday the judges ordered
her entry refused tin account of inconsistent
running. Jockey Hlnchcliffc
will lie reinstated. The summary:
First tare; six furlongs and sixty yards Rosehero.
lull iBurtom. 4 to 1. won: Maivina. tli2
(t'mwlryt. X to ft. second: itexail. lot ti'alahaui,
12 to 1. third. Time. 1.21. Kuilobu. Miss 1'erl
goitl. Rattle Ax, My Istve, Herlida ami French
also ran.
Second race: fire furlongs Ktameshi II. Ill
(I'rendergasfi. 4 to 5. won: Anna Smith. 11ti (JlcCarthyi.
2 to 1. nil; Ilew of D.twn. 10.". illau
nam. 15 to 1. thir?l. Time. l.o4. Katie < Reason,
! t'lojsteres. Ma<k and Faces anil F.mllv Almanac
i also ran.
Third rare; five furlong Mmiientiim. H'4 (I-otflli.
r? to 1. won; Kay Thompson, ill iPrendcrgn-tt.
h to 5. second; Koschurg IT. 1n4 illannani.
o to 1. ibir.l. Time. 1 .? :{%. IMIjr Itultman.
Snntlro. Sally I'roston and <!lift"n also ran.
Fourth race; seven furlongs Merino. Iirj iTtrannint.
;t to 1. won; Klysimn. K'7 tSniitlii. o to 1.
second; Pinipaiitc. H7 iCriwIeyt. to 2. third.
Time. l,.'!o'j. Itissc Arkle. Maleeoii. Sin- Wolf.
Hawks Flight. M. I*. l?awsoti and Camel also
ra n.
Fifth race; five furl..tigs \ u n t Taldtha. 06
ilteedt. ."V to 1. won: Birtlslayer. lo;t iBrannont.
ti to second; Itevcry. Hit tlrwint. "n to 1. third.
Time. l.tM5!. Antatlor. 4V. Williams. Mis?
1'adden. Kate Carney. Toniochleht and Cartio
Klder also rati.
Sixth race; six furlongs and sixty yards Car
raugh. 106 iSmithi. 6 to 1. won: Minnehaha. 1<?li
ilIannaD). s to 7?. second: Airship, imt iBurnst.
11 to 5. third. Time. 1.21. Precedence. Miss
Topsy. Calabash. Charley I.nsk and Cliftcn Forge
also ran.
FOR PAUL JONES' MAUSOLEUM.
House Committee Approves $135,000
Appropriation.
The House committee on naval affairs
has reported favorably the bill passed by
the Senate appropriating .<1;:."?.ikhi for tinishing
the erypt of the chape! at Annapolis
Naval Academy as the permanent 1
resting place of the body of John Paul
Jones.
The crypt lias been left in the rough
with exposed concrete and brick. The
appropriation sought would provide for a
suitable style of finish and decoration.
Gen. Horace Porter, former ambassador
to Franco, largely instrumental in arranging
for the removal of the body of the
hero of the Bonhomme Richard front
France. expended $.T.T.4*?o out of his
private purse in arranging fur the removal.
He has suggested that this amount he
appropriated for the completion of the
crypt instead of for the purpose of reimbursing
liim.
MURDER IN SECOND DEGREE.
Verdict of Jury in Case of E. A.
Brady, Who Killed Carter.
Murder in the second degree was the
verdict returned by a jury in Criminal
Court No. 1 late yesterday afternoon in
the case of Eldridge A. Brady, colored,
who has been on trial before Justice
Gould for the killing of Wilford Carter.
Brady was indicted for tirst-degree murder.
but the jury decided that malice was
lacking, and returned a verdict for the
lesser offense.
Attorneys Hetnans and Thomas appeared
for the prisoner and Assistant i'nited
States Attorney Turner conducted the
prosecution.
TO BAR ALIEN OWNERS.
I Proposed to Prohibit Foreigners
From Holding Land in Cuba.
j NEW YORK. February IP.?A bill prohibiting
foreigners fmnri'holding any property
in Cuba lias been introduced in the
house at Havana, according to a special
cable dispatch to the Herald. Property
of Americans, English, Spaniards, (ieimans
and French to the amount of nearly
S^.non.non ( (ft would be affected by the
passage of such a measure, says the <1 s-j
patch. The bill contains three clauses,
as follows:
That only Cubans, natural born or naturalized.
can acquire property,
j That all business transactions now under
way for transferring properties to
| foreigners s-haM be suspended.
This law will take effect from the date
of its publication in the gazette.
Building Permits Issued.
The following building permits were issued
today:
To H. J. MeClurs. for one two-story
frame dwelling at .'ITut Patterson street
northwest; architect. J. J. Crane: builder.
! A. C. Wat then: estimated cost
Jo Caroline K. Veateh. for repairs i >
i :;t1.1 Ashley terra-e; architect. Harry
j Barton: builder. John Simps"**'- ^otis;
I estimated cost, jil.-lOO.
WITH THE LAWMAKERS OF
THE SIXTIETH G0N6RESS
The army aj pioptiation hill, wtiieh w *
reported to the S mate late yesterday,
earrles .<1?C .VHt.otio, an inetease of $!.
"N't.tW; over the amount as* it passed toe
House The prlnrlpal items of inert as*
are as follows: lr.ereased pay for enlisted
men. Sl/Jtwio. pay of otllvers of the
line. Jtlus.ooi; longevity jay of enlisted
men, si.'e.oia; pay of oftivers in medh at
department. .<l.".j.non; pay of retired O livers
on aeti\e service. Sl.M>lO; pay <?f
retired enlisted men. <ukm; eneampment
and maneuvers of orKanlzed militia.
siTo.i*< ; harraeks t ml quarters, ?.Sui.titto;
transportation of the army and
its .sujiplies. f s4i>; military and post
roads in Alu-ka. $ kVO.tMt; buildings o-i
Oorregidor Island. Philippine Island-.
SJoO.tK^t. The only item of Important e
strieken from the hill is $:j.~io.OOO for barraeks
and quarters in the Philippine
Islands. An amendment was adopted to
provide for the attendance of We-t Point
cadets at the Taft inaugural < remonle-.
this provision having he n refused b> t. c.
House.
Senate Confirms Nominations.
Toe S< nate \ester?la> confirmed .lose 0".
Rarhosa of Porto IJico to he a member
of the exeeutive council of Porto Kico.
Alexander I.indsay, Jr.. of Hawaii to he
second judgee of the circuit court of : c.e
first circuit of Hawaii and Arthur H.
Wilder of Hawaii to he associate justice
of the supreme court of Hawaii.
Fisheries Treaty Ratified.
The Senate yesterday ratified and made
public the special agreement with Great
Britain known as the "Newfoundland
fisheries treaty"
In ratifying the agreement the Sena*e
adopted a resolution declaring as a pat.
of the act of ratification "that the Senate
understands that It is agreed by hot i
narties tiial the treatv docs not include
an\ question as to t l:e Hay of Kundv "r
tiie innocent passage of \meriean ris ing
vessels through the tint of I'aneo, ami
that the respective views or eontentions
of the I'nited States and lireat Britain
on either shall lie in no wise prejudiced
by anything in the present arbitration
The special agreement provides for the
submission to the permanent court ?>f
arbitration at The Hague of questions
relating to fisheries on the north Atlantic
coast.
House Rules Attacked.
After the passage of the Knox eligibility
resolution and the penal code in t o
House yesterday. R? presentatives Hepburn
and Hubbard of Iowa made vigorous
attacks on the existing House rules
Mr. Hepburn asserted that ntenilers bad
betrayed their trust and prostrated themselves
at the feet of the Speak, r, who,
he said, had been made a tyrant.
The fortifications appropriation bill was
discussed The cruise of the battleship
(let t and the question of battleship construction
received attention.
The bill was pending when the House,
at 5:151 o'clock, took a recess until 11
a.m. today.
Disagreement on Naval Bill.
The House yesterday rejected to#
Senate amendments to the naval appropriation
hilt an ilasked tor a conference,
and Messrs. Koss. Illinois: 1.oudenslager.
New Jersey, and Padgett. Tennessee.
were appointed the House conferees.
Hobson Accuses Ambassador O'Briem
In the course of a speech In the Hounn
of Representatives yesterday in which hot
discussed among other things the cruis#
of the battleship fleet in its bearing ot?
diplomacy. Representative Hobson ofj
Alabama charged that Ambassadorf
O'Brien, at Toklo, had joined in a petition
that Japanese he permitted to sell Hquorn
in San Francisco without a license. Hoi
.t .J ftliot limirkru Tlmra
<_J Id I II i ?JI l uri iiiui uui o- ? vw w
Pig sold. '
The statement that Japanas? la Sail
cTancisco were selling: liquor withoitfl
license was challenged by Representative
Smith of California, but the Al&b&mal
member read the names of Ave who www
regularly in the liquor business, whose!
sales, he said, were cpntincd to Jap&neiq
males. ;
Attempt to Overrule Veto.
An aiumpt will be made to pans th^
!>ayne record bill over .the President*
veto. Such action was recommended ye?<
terday by the House committee on mill*
tary affairs.
The bill sought to change the records
of the War Department so that the record
of John H. Laync, Company (3,
loth Regiment. L*. S. I , would read.
Discharged for injuries incurred in line
of duty,' instead of "discharged by favor."
President Roosevelt objf-eted to the
mutilation of the records and expressed
the opinion that to do so would establish
a demoralizing and vicious precedent.
The committee believes the President
misunderstood th-- House. The desire
was to make Payne el.gib e for a position
in the civil service, from which his
war record now bars him.
Agreement on Copyright Bill.
After a contest extending throughout
the Sixtieth Cong re . the lions:- committee
on patents was able yesterday to
agree on a unanimous report on a gen
eral l opyr glit bill, li is a bill on wnnn
Represf ntative Washburn <>f Massachusetts
and Representative t'nriier base
been working all winter, and will be
known as tin- Currier bill
Tlie so-eai'ed "canned music" clause
which has been agrc il upon recognizes
the exclusive right in th * eotnpo-er t<?
control Irs copyiigiit. but provides that
if he or any one under his authorty
uses tile composition tin a mechanical
instrument, then all makers of mechanical
instruments may use the composition
on the same terms. The terms are specified
in the bill. The life of copyrights is
fixed at twenty-right years, with a renewal
period of twenty-tigm years more.
Rainey Called on for Proof.
Representative i>enby of .Michigan yesterday
called upon Representative Kainey
of Illinois to produce the proofs of t.ia
charges which he made against President
Obaldia of Panama. Charles P. Taft. William
Ne son Cronnvell and otliers in con'
neetion with tire canal affairs.
Mr. Rainey said last night thai he
i would make a speech on the Panama matI
ters early next week.
The Proposed Stafford Statue.
Representative Ransdell i>f laiuisiana hat
i introduced a joint resolution in the 11 i >
authorizing the erection of a statue tc
Rev. Dr. Stafford at the intersection of
it*.. ti? crtvuMfi fjtul Mnss;ii,hUF,,t'8
I I I I I <1 11 \l I.I n ?T> I ?. V ? ...
avenue and I. street northwest.
The statue is to l?o provide! by t.i*
Father Stafford Memorial Association.
A similar resolution, wlth-h bas !? ri
introduced in the Senate by Senator
Klkfns. carries an appropriation of .M???
to prepare tlie sit > and erect a suitable
pt destal.
Negroes May Be Barred.
Negroes may l> debart <1 from Jury
. duty in the south and elsewhere In ti e
I I'nited States if the penal rode bill heroines
a law as it was amended in one
important particular y? sterday.
Section of the bill as reported made
it a crime for state officers to dis<|iialify
I any person from sereins on juries "on acount
of race, color or previous condition
of servitude."
Representative Bartlett of Georgia
I moved that this section l?e stricken froir
I tiie bill, and it was so ordered bv a viva
I voce vote.
Name Inadvertently Omitted.
I The name of Mrs. Kouisa Key Norton
third vice president of the District ol
Columbia Chapter. National Society
I'nited States Dadghters of I Kl:!. war
inadvertently omitted front tlie list ol
officers furnished The Star for its import
yesterday of the ceremonies of in*
tin veiling of the bronze tablet commemorating
tlie treaty of Ghent at ut<
Octagon Huuatv

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