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local mehtioh.
amusements tonight.
National?The At?rn Company
in "The Bohemian. Girl. p.m.
Colombia?The Columbia ln
-Mr* Temple's Telegram. 8. Id p.m.
* Luna Park?A fairyland of amusements,
with superb vaudeville show.
Chew Chase T.ako?Marine Band con
certs. followed by dancing.
Colonial Theater?Advanced vaudeville
iui<J world in motion.
Pickwick : Theater?Moving pictures of
high tone. ,
Palaro Theater?Clean. clever and life
like tales, comical and sentimental.
Olen Echo Park-Free dancing, moving
pictures and new features.
excursions tomorrow.
Norfolk and Washington steamers for
Fort Monro*" Norfolk. Newport News and
all points south ever} evening in
year.
* Chesapeake Beach now open. Only de
lightful salt water resort near ashing
ton. Sec schedule.
Steamer St. Johns. to Colonial Beach,
leaves 7th street wharf at 9 a.m.
Steamer Jamestown, for a mS2"!igJi?
trin down the Potomac, leaves Norfolk
Hnrt Washington steamboat wharf at .
p.m.
F:ist electric trains for Mount "^ernou
leave 12th and Pennsylvania avenue eve >
liour from 10 am. to 3 p.m.
Gas Ranges for Cool Cooking.
Moderately priced. Shedd's, 432 l>th.
Bargain Gas Ranges.
IX.. Mtata ^ >?"?
Ruud and Superior Water Heaters
120* G. C. A. Muddlman & to. 616 13th.
The Great Bear Is an Ideal Table
water. Office. 326 R n.e. Phone N. 43T2.
Fussell's Ice Cream in New Home,
1324 14th St., tel. North ll?.
? ?j
Sheetz, Candies and Ice Cream,
now at '031 F st.
TCeep Cool. Use electric laundry irons.
Naf2 Electrical Supply Co., 1J30 >? ?? av
Altamont Spring Water.
in highest class of table waters and en
t'rely abfcve criticism.?w. P. ?as??*
Chemist. Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Peach Ice Cream
.Made trum .the fresh fruit, $1 gal
pa;. Reisinger'- 23<.? G 8V Phone M. -767.
Csvarly's Plumbing, 1331 G o.w.
"Milk" ?read Has the Call
?with all who appreciate good, substan
tial. homemade bread. Tt Is th" perfe t
product of the best ingredients. Dellv -
cert fresh and clean from oven to table,
5c Delicious Homemade Pies, 20^. Holmes
Bakery, 1st & E sts. Phones IJncn. 1440
1443.'
a ?
Christian Xander's Blackberry
Cordial, homemade. Superior to all Oth
ers for dysentery. 60c and 10c tull qt.
90i? 7th.
While diving in the water In the tidal
basin yesterday afternoon - Lloyd Mat
thews. colored, twenty-three years of age.
utruck his head against some oyster
shells and sustained painful cuts. He
went to the Emergency Hospital and had
his Injuries dressed.
A young colored man named Harry^
Chapman, whose home is at 2U<X> E street,
wi s taken sick yesterday afternoon while
home. His illness alarmed his rela
tives and he was taken to the Emergency
IT-mpita! for treatment. Harry recovered
a>I returned home.
Furnish Tour Home Sere.
Pine new selected sample pieces, direct
?rom manufacturers, by auction, Wed
rv-sttay morning, commencing half-past 10
o clock. Beautiful furniture for the dining
room, parlor, library, living room, hall
ond bedroom, all new and per
fect. now on exhibition. Any pur
chase can be reserved for later delivery
on payment of a deposit. Wilson A May
ers. manufacturers* auctioneers. 1227 and
J229 O st.
? ? 1 a
Keep Posted
During Your
.Summer Vacation
If you want The Evening and
Sunday Star to follow you order
direct from the office before you
go away. The address may be
changed as frequently as desired
by giving the old as well as tha
new address. The price of THE
STAR by mail daily and Sunday
ts 60 cants per month, payable In
advance.
CITY AND DISTRICT.
About |10 damage was cauee<i by a
bia*e in the shed ln rear of the . >use of
Charlotte Walte, 407 N street northwest,
about 6 o'clock last evening. Firemen
e*tinguifhed the tire without much trou
ble. - ?
. ? Thrown From His Carriage.
?Joseph Tolson. a resident of Prince
George county. Md. -was thrown from h\s
carnage yesterday afternoon when his
borse ran away near 11th and K streets
northeast. He sustained a slight injury
10 his leg. bnt would not go to a hospital
for treatment. His horse was caught
before any damage was done and Tolson
tesumed his drive homeward.
Popular Excursion, Sunday, July
25, Baltimore and Ohio R. R.
.tl,00 round trip to Harper? Ferry and
^lartlnsburg. $1.30 to Berkeley Springs
and $2.00 to Cumberland. Special train
leaves Union station at 8:15 a.m., return
ing same day.?Advt.
Knocked Down and Injured.
While at 13th and D streets northwest,
this morning about 1:30 o'clock, John Mc
Donald, twenty-live years of age, whose
address was given as Fort Myer, was ac
cidentally knocked down and injured. His
injuries were slight and he was able to
return to the Virginia side of the rJve'r
ai'ter the physicians at the Emergency
Hospital had given him treatment.
Fall Down Shaft Lays Up Doctor.
Dr. Samuel J. Turnbull, who was in
jured by falling through the elevator
shaft from the second to the first floor
?t Garfield Hospital three- days ago, a
distance of about flftee" feet, will be con
fined to his room some days. Dr. Turn
t^ill was jtasiating a patient to the eleva
tor, when he accidentally stepped Into the
open shaft ami fell. A broken ankle
was the only injury he sustained.
Sale of Barge Authorised.
Justice Wright, at the request of
Jesse E. Potbury and Marcus H. Tracy,
reee.vcrs. authorised today the sale jf
the barge Pocahontaa. which has been
rmtking daily evening trips on the Poto
mac. The receivers have been conduct
ing the excursions under order of the
court, but have decided that the inter
ests of all concerned would be best
conserved by a sale.
Don't Tell Tour Troubles
t? a policeman. If the article is stolep
.-all up detective headquarters, but If It
Is lost tel<y>hone Main 2-4-4-0 An ad
$n the L**st Columns of The Star is sure
be seen by the finder.
WORSHIPING III THE OPEN AIR
SERVICES HELD YESTERDAY
AFTERNOON AND EVENING.
Large Tent at Sixteenth and Monroe
Streets Thronged?Meetings
in the City Parks.
Open air religion? services -were held In
many parts of the city yesterday after
noon and last evening. 4 The large tent
of the Church of the Covenant, at l?th
and Monroe streets was crowded last
night. Every seat was tilled and man}
were forced to stand. After the ?
tomary musical service by the Musurgla
Club, Rev. Tyler Dennett, assistant pastor
of the Church of the Covenant, delivered
a sermon on "The Cost of Power. He
declared that people of the present day,
: In their mad struggle for material Pr0?*
perlty, have gradually come to regard
religion as a vague and mystical thvng,
that has no direct heartng upon the prob
lems of everyday life.
Chaplain Brown of the Signal Corps of
the army conducted the services' t
dav a.ternoon in the Cafhedrai c'0:' _
Mount St. Alban. His text was taken
from St. James: "What is vour llfe for It
is even as a vapor." He said that *"? ?>
persons become pessimistic from looking
upon life as a temporal affair, and that
the men who believe in eternlty and la.
ing life alone accomplished the sreat
things In this world. Hymns SUI^
bv the boy (-hoir of thirty \?,pp.s
companied by a section of the 1_ nited
States Marine Band.
Epworth League Meetings.
Three open-air meetings were held y$s~
terday by the Hamline M* thodist Epis
copal Church, under the auspices of the
Epworth League. Rev. C. E. ?uthn*
livered an address, taking as his subject
"The Fire Alarm," at the meeting held
at the tire engine house in R street be
tween nth and 10th. E. J Booraom was
in charge oi -the song seme0- j
Milton M. Thomas ledI the f
Iowa Circle and Of- E L. ? _
Howard University '^adc t-1. ,
The meeting in front of the chur h build
Insr. at ttth and P streets, was conducted
kv w H. Proctor. When the other bands
returned to the church a union song serv
tee was held.
Y. M, C. A. Services.
The Sunday afternoon services of the
Young Men's Christian Association were
held yesterday in Franklin Park. Rev.
George W. Swift, assistant pastor of the
First Congregational Church, made the
opvnlng prayer, and Rev. R. L?. ^ right,
pastor of McKeiidrce Methodist c]*ur^'
gave a short sermon. He declared that
either adverse circumstances or success
ma'v be the cau? of the irreligious man
turning toward the things of the spirit
and lading h life such as the Creator
intended he should.
Religious services with sons were !'pia
bv the Y. M. <'. A- also in the Rosedale
piav^roiinds and at Lincoln Park
Two services were held around the
gospel wagon of the Central Union MIs
ston?one at N and Union streets south
west. where R^v. John l?. Brlggs, pastor
of the Fifth Baptist ChUrrh, delivered tlte
sermon, and one at Market space, where
Rev. R. P. S. Steele made the address.
Seventh Day Adventist Services.
Religious services are being conducted
each evening except Saturday in a la.gc
tent at the oorn?r of Sherman avenue and *
Glrard street under the auspices of the
Seventh Day Adveitfists.
The s*rvi<fes are la dircot charge of Rev.
James E. Shultz, pastor of the M street
church. Selections by prominent vocalists
are a feature.
Quickest Time to Baltimore.
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad.
"Every hour on the hour" week days
from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.; 45 and 50 nilnute
trains. Same schedule returning?Advt.
NO CHARGE CAN BE MADE.
Time Taken by Taxicab in Respond
ing to Call.
That no charge be made for the run
ning of a taxicab from a hotel or other
place of call to a passenger within two
miles is provided in an amendment to
the taxicab regulations just adopted by
the Commissioners.
When the taxicab regulations and
schedule of rates were adopted some
months ago It was provided that no
charge should be made for the empty
running of a taxicab summoned from
the Union station or from any garage
to a point where needed within two
mttes. Recently the Commissioners
leefrned that a charge was made for this
empty running when a taxicab was sum
moned from a hotel, and the Commis
sioners directed Corporation Counsel
Thomas to prepare an amendment
"?hereby the two miles of free service
now 4n force when a taxicab is sum
moned from the Union station or from
any garage shall be applicable to tajci
cabs summoned from hotels or any
other point of call."
?
Watch for a City?Randle Highlands.?
Advt. "
HORSE STOLEN, HOUSE ROBBED
Discovery of Dr. B. H. Smart on Re
turning Prom Day's Outing.
Dr. Benjamin Jl. Smart, 1000 7th street,
and his wife visited Chesapeake Beach
Saturday. When they returned home it
was found their house had been robbed
and a horse and buggy taken from the
stable. The property taken from the
house included a gold watch, two gold
breastpins and two ring?. A colored man
who had been employed on the prr raises.
Dr. Smart told the police yesterday, ivos
missing.
The physician said hiB colored servant
was scrubbing the floors Saturday when
he left hotne to go to the bay resort, and
whfen he returned he soon found that the
house had been ransacked and robbed.
He found the stable door locked, but the
horse and vehicle were not there. De
tectives Mullen and Warren and the.
police qf the eighth precinct are investi
gating the robbery.
It was ascertained by the police that a
colored man had been seen driving along
Georgia avenue in the physician's car
riage, and it is thought he started away
with the intention of going to Baltimore.
Today the police sent to many cities mes
sages telling of the robbery and asking
that search be made for the robber and
outfit. Unless something is soon accom
plished the police will send out descriptive
circulars offering a reward for the arrest
of the robber and recovery of the prop
erty. ,
South Washington Branch Office.
The Star has a branch office at Sulli
van's New Pharmacy, corner 7th and D
streets southwest, where advertisements
are recived at regular rates and sent di
rect to The Star offico.
New Church in Mount Pleasant.
The Mount Pleasant Methodist Episco
pal Church South Is the fiame of a new
congregation that was formed yesterday
in Post Office Hall, 1431 Park road, Mount
Pleasant. The work is In charge of Rer.
p \v. Jeffries, who was for several years
pastor of St. Paul's Church, this city.
The Sundav school was also started with
a large membership. The sermon at the
morning service was by Rev. W. V. Tu
dor. An address was delivered by Dr.
Henry Knowles. Rev. Dr. Tudor also
preached at the evening service. An
nouncement was made that prayer meet
ings will be held every Thursday even
ing. For the present the congregation
will worship in Post Office Hall.
Funeral of Benjamin Woog.
Funeral services for Benjamin Woog.
who died last Thursilay In a hospital at
Atlantic City, as the result of an automo
bile accident, were held yesterday at his
father's home, 400 T street northwest.
Rev. Dr. Stern, pastor of the Washing
ton Hebrew Congregation, officiated.
Manv Washington friends of the deceu?ed
attended' the funeraL
BUNDS CHOOSING OFFICERS.
Nominations and Elections Con
ducted by German Societies.
The season for nomination, election and
installation of officers !n pome German
organizations of the District is at hand.
Nomination of officers will be made by
the 'Washington Saengerbund the first
Sunday in August. Election will follow
one month later.
J Columbia Bund, No. 31. German Order
- of Schwarzrltter, or Knights in Black, ln
j stalled officers at a recent meeting at
j August Schwarz TIall. 827 7th street
northwest. Noble Arch Knight TV. Han
nrmann conducted the installation of the
following officers:
Arch knight. Fritz Sf^boric; superior
knight, .Tfthn B. Buechling; first secre
tary, John Meinlngcr; second secretary,
'William Hannemann; treasurer. Charles
E Garner; order knight. Adolf Hoffmann;
F". Eberly and Albert Frantz, delegates
to the German United Societies: F. S*?
bodc, August Schwartz, David Busch.
trustees. . ,
Women Who Have Learned
| the. advantages of using the best, order
| James F. Oyster's Elgin creamery butler
: for the table. Fresh, pure* and "dellght
> fully appetizing. Store, Oth & Pa. avc,?
Advt.
CRASH AT DEANWOOD CROSSING
Wagon Struck by Train, But Occu
pants Escape Serious Injury.
Mrs. Harriet Moske, who conducts a
truck garden near Forestvllle, Prince
George county, Md., and her two pons,
Albert and Henry, the former twenty and
the latter twenty-two years of age. had
an exciting time while returning home
yesterday morning about 1:30 o'clock. |
T?e wagon in which Mrs. Mo&ke and her
stfns were seated was on the crossing
a^ Dean wood when a freight train came
afong and a collision resulted.
The woman and her sons were thrown
from the vehicle, while the horse was in
jured and the wagon damaged. TWo of
the ttyree occupants of the wagon:, sus
tained slight injuries,, but refused to go
to ? a hospital for treatment, resuming
their journey as soon as their wagon
had been repaired.
Niagara Falls
Special Excursions.
July 2$. August 11. 25. September S. 22.
October 6, via Pennsylvania railroad.
Only $11.00 round trip from Washington.
Tickets good to return within fifteen
days. Special through train of parlor cars,
d:ning_car and coaches leaves Washington
at 8:05 a.m. on dates of excursions.?Advt.
LONGEST PIER DOOMED.
Soldiers of Fort Hunt Busy Tearing
Down Structure.
The old-oler at' Fort Hunt. Ya.. can no
longer be used as a landing place by ves
sels of any size, as th?? planking lias
been removed, and soldiers now tearing
down the structure are to leave nothing
but. the piles standing. These ?Rill be
pulled up to shoal water. To prevent
collisions with tht wharf on nights when
th* old piles cannot be made out by ves
sel piloU;, an electrio light, connected with
tho lighting system at the fort, will be
maintained on the outer end of the pier,
which can be seen at a distance of sev
eral mijes. The soldiers have laid a
narrow walkway on the shore end of the
old pier and have constructed a plat
form and mooring place for small boat*.
The old pier was erected about ten years
ago. when the construction of Fort l(ynt
was started, and it was the longebt on
the river. ? .
WILL CARRY COAL TAR.
Preparing to Launch the Largest
Vessel of Its Kind.
There will be launched at the works
of the Maryland Steel Company, near
Baltimore, tomorrow a barge built for
e<i?al-tar carrying that will be the largest
craft of Its kind afloat. The vessel in
being constructed for the Coast Transit
Company of New York, and is to he
named T. D. Fletcher, in honor of one of
Its owners. The carrying capacity of
the barge is enormous, the craft being
able to take from port to port 300,000
gallons. The hold is divided into six
liquid cargo tanks, besides a pumproom.
boiler room and cargo-room fore and aft.
The barge will be non-propelling,, but will
have a boiler H feet in diameter which
will supply steam to coils in the hull to
keep the tar from hardening In cold
weather. She is 224 feet over all, 35 feet
beam, with a depth of hold of 10 feet 6
Inches.
The Fletcher is the last vessel on the
stocks at the shipyard and will be the
fifth large vessel to be launched there this
year.
NORTHERN NECK IN TOUCH.
Telephone Connection With Virginia
Bordering on the Potomac.
Telephone communication through the
northern neck of Virginia, which live
years ago practically amounted to noth
ing, is now possible all over the county,
and business men of this city can now
talk to clients or patrons in almost any
part of the section of Virginia bordering
on the Potomac. Additions to the tele
phone service are being made constantly
by private enterprise. The telephone sys
tem is in the hands of two or more com
panies that connect with the outside
world by way of Fredericksburg. To
further extend the telephone service Into
the northern neck a n^w company with
local capital has been organized and Is
ready for business. This m-w company is
known as the Fredericksburg and Little
Falls Telephone Company, and it has
placed a <-ontract for the building Of the
line, which will extend from Little Falls,
in Stafford county, to Fredericksburg,
connecting with the Southern Bell Tele
phone Company. Other similar lines are
being provided for and will be built in
tho near future.
Will Dredge for Cape Cod Canal.
The digging work on the'new Cape Cod
canal will be begun this week, the dredge
Kennedy of the Furst Clark Dredging
Company, which will be placed on the
work, having arrived at Buzzards bay
in tow of the tug Buccaneer. The new
canal will cut through the long peninsu
lar that ends with Cape Cod, and will be
of great advantage to vessels that can
use it. The canal will pass through a
portion of Gray -Gables, the former home
of President Cleveland. The dredge Ken
nedy was formerly employed in harbor
improvement about this city, and is one
of the largest bucket dredges afloat. It
is possible that the big hydraulic dredge
Gen. Mackenzie, which deepened the
water in the channels about this city last
fall, and which Is now working on a
government contract on the Rappahan
nock river, will go to Massachusetts to
be placed on the work when her present
contract is completed.
Citizens Want Improvements.
At a meeting of the Handle Highlands
Citizens' Association, to be held tomor
row evening, a committee will be appoint
ed to call upon the District Commission
ers and present for their consideration
several items of proposed suburban im
provements the suburbanites desire placed
In the estimates for next year. It is
probable steps will be taken to urge the
establishment of a natural park on Ran
dle Highlands. Col. Arthur E Handle
has been requested fo be present.
Held for Grand Jury.
? John R. Cowell, alias Humphries, col
ored. of 502 P street, was given a pre
liminary hearing this morning by Judge I
Aukam of the Police Court and held in
$1,000 bond for the action of the grand I
Jury upon charges of robbery. The de- !
fendant. witnesses testified, held up and
robbed Jerald Rya.ii of +4 Bryant* street.
May 15 last, near the latter^ home of !
M in cash. The arrest of Cowell devel
oped froni investigations into other '
charges preferred against hiin several i
weeks ago. ?
RECEPTION TO FATHER RUSSELL
PASTOR OF ST. PATRICK'S
RETURNS FROM TRIP.
- ? '
Secures the Pope's Indorsement of
2>ague of the Good Shepherd,
Which Dr. Russell Founded.
. Rev. Dr.-"William T. Russell, pastor of
St. Patrick's Church, -was tendered an In
formal reception last night in Carroll
Hall by the.league of the <?ood Shepherd
in celebration of his return from a short
trip abroad. Three hundred members of
the league and many of his parishioner*,
attended the r%-eptlon, which- had been
arranged hurriedly at the suggestion of
John Flytin^ the secretary.
As Dr. Russell entered the hall he was
greeted with prolonged applause. On the
platform where he took his seat were
Re*-. Father James T. Smyth. Rev. Tim
othy O'Keefe. chaplain. United States
Army; Representative Joseph Ransdell
of Louisiana, Judge William H. De Lacy
and E. J. Hannan.
Greeted by Judge De Lacy.
In his opening address Judge De Lacy,
who presided, said. In part:
"Dr. Russell, a few weeks ago you dis
continued for the heated term the weekly
meetings of the League of the Good
Shepherd, which you established here,
first, however, admonishing the members
to remember to be always true to the
principles of the league, both in vacation
time and at other times, and to be faith
ful to its spiritual exercises.
"Since that time you have visited for
eign climes, and upon your return to
your pastoral labors and your ministra
tion for the orphans and the other good
works over which you pres'de with so
much zeal and ability the members of
the league feel that they -should reas
semble to -welcome you home. They feel
that your journey, too,, has been under
taken somehow for themselves."
Dr.. Russell responded by expressing his
appreciation for the welcome given him.
He paid, tribute to Father Smyth for the
successful manner in which he had -man
aged the affairs of the parish during the
absence of the pastor, and then told of
his trip abroad. One of the objects of his
trip, h'e saRl, was to obtain from the pope
his official approbation of the League of
the Good Shepherd, which was organized
hi St. Patrick's Church last winter. This,
he said, was accomplished, and he
brought the documents with him from
Rome.
Brings the Pope's Blessing.
Dr. Russell brought the papal blessing
to the members of the league, the Sodal
ity of the Btessed Virgin, the League of
the Sacred Heart, the members of the
congregation of St. Patrick's, the chil
dren of St. Joseph's and St. Vincent's
asylums and to his own mother.
Representative Joseph Ransdell of
I<ouisiana, one of the vice presidents of
the league, made a brle.f address. in
which he spoke of the bright prospects
of the organization through th^ efforts
of its founder. Dr. Russell. Addresses
were made by Father Smyth, Father
O'Keefe. Mr. Hannan and Mr. Doyle, Fa
ther Russell s secretary.
TTCO Taxicabs to Great Falls
?Maryland side. Four-hour trip for par
ties of four, including dinner. *14. Make
up a party. Phone North Lil'J.?Advt.
PURSE-SNATCHER HAS NERVE.
Commits Robbery ih Dupont Circle
in Broad Daylight.
A colored boy with a whole lot of nerve
snatched & purse from Miss Alice W.
Reading of 18-10 Jefferson place, in
thronged Dupont Circle, at 4 o'clock yes
terday afternoon. He made a quick get
away, too.
Later, Herman Johnson, a colored youth
of seventeen, was arrested at 1225 Phil
lips court, by Detective Embrey and
Policeman Strtngfellow. Johnson denies
he is the snatcher, but Miss Reading
thinks he is.
FRIENDS OF FEJENDUBIS MEET.
Plan to Raise $1,200 for Home for
the Homeless. ?
At a mass meeting In the interest of the
Home for Friendless Girls, held yester
day afternoon at the .Nineteenth Street
Baptist Church, plans were discussed for
raising 81.^00 for repairing and moving a
hpuse recently obtained through Howard
University to a lot owned by the asso
ciation.
Definite plans were not adopted yester
day, but another meeting will be held
the second Sunday in August in True
Reformers' Hall to complete arrange
ments for raising the fund. Those who
spoke at tho meeting yesterday were Rev.
Walter H. Brooks, pastor of the church;
the Rev. I. N. Ross, pastor of the Metro
politan A. M. E. Church: Mrs. E. V. Wil
liams of Abbeville. S. C.; the Rev. W. V.
Tunnell and the Rev. Emery S. Williams,
president of Ferguson-Williams College,
at Abbeville.
MRS. ANNIE E. CASSIN DEAD.
Was Well Known Here?Funeral
From St. Paul's Tomorrow.
The funeral of Mrs. Annie E. Cassin,
who died at her home in this city early
yesterday morning, will be held from
St. Paul's Catholic Church, corner of 15th
and V streets northwest, tomorrow morn
ing. Mrs. Cassin died suddenly following
a slight indisposition due to the reccnt
hot weather.
Mrs. Cassin. who only a few days ago
returned from a visit to relatives in
Upper Marlboro, was of an old Maryland
family well known in several counties of
the ftate. She was the widow of Dr.
Joseph R. Cassin of this city, who was
the son of the late Commodore Stephan
B. Cassin of the United States Navy, to
whom Congress awarded a gold medal
for bravery and gallantry In action. The
deceased is survived by two sons. Dr.
Stephan B. Cassin of New York and
John Leo Cassin of this city, and by four
daughters. Mrs. C. Howie Young, Mr6.
Charles Francis Carusi, Mrs. John A.
Dapray and Mrs. John Lewis Smith, all
residents of this city, the last named
having been married only a few weeks
ago.
Rev. Mgr. Mackin, who a few weeks
ago performed the ceremony at the wed
ding of Mre. Cassin's youngest daughter
and a fortnight ago baptized the lat?t lit
tle grandchild, Helen Cassin Dapray. will
officiate at the funeral tomorrow. The
Interment, in Mount Olivet cemetery, will
be private.
First Sermon by the New Rector.
The initial sermon of Rev. Eugene DeL.
McDonnell, S. J., who was r%cently made
rector of Gonzaga College, was preached
at the service yesterday forenoon In St.
Aloyslus Church for the men of the
Third Sunday league. The mass was
solemnized by Rev. William Brooks. S. J.,
of Francis Xavler College, N. Y. It was
stated that within four years Father Mc
Donnell has brought the membership of
the league from 40 up to 1,568.
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With Cuticura Soap
and Weekly Dressings
with Cuticura
At cure stop fall log hair, remove orosta, scales
atid dandrnff, destroy hair panibitps, eootbe irri
tated, IfbiBfc* surface. stimulate tbe hair fol- j
lilies, tmppl? tbe roots 'with no'irlshmrnt, loosen
the scalp sktn, and make tbe balr grow apoo a
sweat, healthy scalp, when all else falls. >'o j
?tbtr treatment la m> speedily effeclire.
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Thanks to the prompt and efficient work of the
FIRE DEPARTMENT, the fire at our plant Sunday
morning will cause NO INTERRUPTION whatever
to business.
We are prepared to deliver
The "VELVET KIND"
Pure Ice Cream,
with our usual promptness. *
Chaplin
a<sks Mamifacturiiii
First and M Sts. N. E.
MRS. MINNA BRANDT DEAD.
End Comes at Colonial Beach.
Funeral Here Tomorrow.
.Mre. Minna Brandt. wife of Louis
Brandt, proprietor of the Golden Bagle
Hotel. New Jersey avenue and D street
northwest. died Saturday morning: at li):15
o'clock at Colonial ET aeh. Her husband,
three sons and a daughter were with her.
The body hap be<?n brought to the city
and tlie funeral will take place tomorrow
aft^riKion at i o'clock from the family
residence. The interment will be in Pros
pect H'll cemetery.
Mrs. Brandt took an active interest in
charities, sriving almowt her entire atten
tion to them during the !at<*r years of her
life. She is well known in <iermau cir
cles. ? Her husband and four children,
<"Jeorgo, I/ouis. Sophia and Charles II.
Brandt, survive her.
Brennan Foreman Injured by Fall.
Jacob II. Moran. jr., employed as fore
man for the Brennan Construction Com
pany. fell and sustained severe Internal
.njurles this morning while working on a
new building at th? Holy Cross Academy,
29th and I'pton streets. He fell about
twenty feet and was In such seriolts con
dition when picked up that he was re.
moved to Georgetown University Hospital
for treatment. Mr. Moran is twenty-eight
years of ag.- and resides at 1542 8th street.
CITY ITEMS.
All Tour Household Valuables
?should be stored in Washington Safe
Deposit Co.'s modem fireproof building
when you l?ave town. Rooms from $2
mo. up. 916 Penna. ave. Phone 261.
Insist on Your Grocer Sending
-SCHNEIDER'S ??MAW"1 BREAD in
your order. No other loaf approaches It
in quality, purity and food value. FVesh
from the ovens, 5e loaf. Try a loaf.
The Good in Heurich's Beers
?comes from high-grade malt and hops,
clean brewing wnd proper maturing. No
better hot-weather beverages for you. 2
doz. Lager, '$1.50;-2 doz. Maerven or Sen
ate, ?1.75; bot. rebate, 50e. Tel. W. 1600.
"Perfection" Sarsaparilla Is on Top
?in cpiality and in public estimation.
Made with pure distilled water. Health
ful and delicious. At grocers' or tel. W.
34, Arlington Bottling Co., for case.
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That Our Prices Are the Lowest
at all times is generally conceded. Lum
ber and Mlllwork. fcJisinger Bros., 2109 7th.
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Complaint was made to the police last j
evening of a theft committed at the house !
of August Arnold, Shepherd road near!
Brlghtwood. during the past two weeks.
Mr. Arnold stated that a gold yfatch
worth tr>0 and a silver timepiece valued
at $10 were taken.
Nelson Long, colored, thirty-six years
of age. was taken suddenly ill yesterday
afternoon while at 17th and N streets.
The sick man was able to go to his home,
1748 Beaton street, after he had received
treatment at the Emergency Hospital.
Regina Lemon Cling Peaches, 12%c;
Paragon Plums, 10c; Pears In sirup, 7c;
Pineapple, T^^c; Strawberries. 7%c. J. T.
D. Pyles' 13 store.". jyl6-4t
"HEAtiTH CANDIES. 100% PURE."
Jordon
? Smooth
Almonds.
??The Finest That Nature Produces."
? 60c Pound.
Tli^ enjoyment of oar OrenniB and Sodas is
greatly i-nbane?d by our surroundings, which
fittingly accord with our principle to have only
?*tbc best of everything."
Open t'ntil 3:30 P.M.
1203-5 G St.
~ :
Dresel's Gutedel
?A famous White win*? reproduced from
the BJilno variety In plonger vim-yards.
$4 d<fe. $4.50 24 ha'.f bottles.
??tly Christian Xander's
Souse * 7th St. Sh<2^.
? jyll>-20d
S~ =?
FREE TO ALL.
If you have n?U films to be developed brlag
them to us. We'll do the work without chars?.
We do this simply for the purpoae of popularis
ing the superior service offered Vv our ubotu |
dept. We sell Anti-trust Photo Goods.
M. A. Leese,
jy!6-14d .
A\/S read and fully criticised. Prodne
I tlone guaranteed If manuscripts
?arrant.
tESTON OIBSO
Co
dahcingT
warrant.
PRESTON GIBSON.
lslft-flOt.fi Colorado build lag.
MRS. OIjOVER'S DANCING ACADEMY, CM 22D
#t. Private l^snooe. S0<\ Waltz, two-step and
barn djnee guaranteed 5 leeaou*. C'las* Tnes..
Saf.evjrs..3t>'-. Piano lessons, ?Sc. Phone W.liaD.
no38-rf.e?u,4
DAV1SUNS*. PitOP. A MRS.?ACADEMY. 71#
?tl>n.w. Boat Irnown. Est. 1892. Teach all dances
la 6 leasoos. Open 9 a.m. to U p.m. Phone M.
4?S4 Cla.w* ft social dances, lu. rhur. eve'es.
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. HOMES OF A HUNDRED IDEAS.
i
j Originality, a Distinct Feature of Our Homes.
Originality is the distinctive feature of our homes. Tt is an
I
i enviable factor in these buildings. Xo one cares to have a home
; that is an exact duplicate of his neighbor's. He wants one that
represents his taste and ideas in its characteristics.
Each of our homes differ to such a degree that variety is no;
{ only found in the structural plan, but in the interior details. There
! is diversity in architecture, in construction, in decorations.
Never before has Washington been offered such value, not
only in land but in locality. The charm of the homes lies not onlv
in the plan* of the architect, in the ideals combined within the
dwellings, but in their environment, their situation. A home in
this section of the city establishes a family's social standing and
offers that exclusive neighborhood distinctive of the fashionable
quarter of the town. This location is unsurpassed in desirability
F-.;$ f V *'*' . ? "
and values, structurally as well as in situation.
This location will be announced in a few days by Shannon &
Luchs. selling agents, 713 14th Street.
1 " *
Middaugh & Shannon, Inc., Owner,
Colorado Building.
"No Place Like Home; No Homes Like Ours/'
SXCTTRSIONS.
GO WITH
Division No. 5,
A. O. H.,
TO
Tomorrow.
SALT-WATER BATHING. FISHING. CBAB
BING. BOATING. 50 AMUSEMENTS. MUSIC,
DANCING.
* BOUND I 23c Week Day*.
TRIP 5 jOc Sundays and Holidays.
Train schedule In R. R. CohimD.
ROUND-TRIP FARE BETWEEN
Washington & Baltimore. Si .00
Via Cbtmapeake Beach Ry. and Steamer Dream
land. Tickete on sale at District Line Station.
Good five days. The Dreamland leaves Chesa
peake Beach every day at 7 p.m., arrives Balti
more 10 p.m. Leaves Baltimore Sundays, Mon
days. Tuesdays and Wednesdays 10:10 a.m.;
arrive# Chesapeake Beach 1:30 p.m. Thursdays.
Fridays an/1 Saturdays leave* i :iiO p.m.. arrives
4:30 p.m. Hand baggage only.
2 Hours* Sail on the Bay. 25c.
Sundays and Wrtncixlays stosiD?r t>r-arol?nd
lesves Chesapeake Beach at 4 p.m. for tTro
hours' sail. TVket? se--ui>ed or hoat, 2-V.
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STEAMER
"JAMESTOWN"
Moonlight Excursions.
Daily and Sunday, leaving
7 p.m.; returning n' p.m.
Fare, 50c. Haley's Orchestra.
Dancing. Palm Garden.
NORFOLK & WASHING
TON STEAMBOAT CO.
JylA-20d
Norfolk & Washington
Steamboat Company.
FOR FORT MONROE. NORFOLK. NEWPORT
NEWS .VND ALL POINTS SOUTH.
Leave Washington dally at rt:4T> p.m.
Arrive Fort Monroe.. 7:00 a.m.
Arrive Norfolk a.m.
Arrive Portsmouth a.m.
General ticket offlee. 7VJf? l*th st.. Bond bide,
(phone 1B20I. or 7th st. wharf (.*;h?ue :s7#0t.
Jjl?-14d W. H. CALLAHAN. <Jen. Pass. Aft.
Colonial Beach.
WASHINGTON'S ATLANTIC CITY.
Steamer St. Johns
DAILY EXCEPT MONDAT.
Saturdays, 6 p.m.
OTHER DAYS. 9 A.M.
Returning, leave Beach Saturday midUght.
Other days 6 p.m. Home about 10:80 p.m.
Muaic and dancing week days.
Fare, Saturday trip, ticket good to retnrjj ontll
Labor day. $1. Other days, SOe. Season ticket.
$1. Children half fare. Stops made at Alex-1
andria.
Uptown ticket ofRce. 1338 F at. n*r. Jylltf.23
FAST ELECTRIC
TRAINS
FROM POST OFFICE CORNER TO '
MOUNTVERNON!
DAILY EXCEPT BUNDAt.
?VERY HOUR
FROM 10 A.M. ZO 3 P M
Ja23.tf.U ?
EXCTTBSIONS.
DKLIGHTFLX M-hocr OCTING8 OX TI1W
? PICTURESQUE AND NOBLE POTOMAC
YU Steamers of the Potomac and Chesapoak*
Steamboat Company from 8th stmt wharf
southwest.
\&* <***** rivaling In beauty Lake George er
the Hudson.
For schedule see '^4" in Tbe Evening SUr or
calf phone Main 6912.
Round-trip ticket*, including fare and state
rs' it ??' I?? in * T0?** ?8-50 ??eb. Meals.
t*^e d bote. 60c each. A la c?rte also.
w- jr' ? ~ w- b- emmert.
? 1 2f?? Art- Tlc? PpMt- ?Bd Gen. Mgr.
jyi'tLln
AWTSEMEHTa
II
Tonight at 8:yoT
Mats. Thurs.
and Sat.
COLUMBIA
Ml WJfPSfi HWEttl25c
>-50c
"Mr^. Temple's Tele
gram." J 75c
MATINEE prices. 3.V AND 30.-.
Ne*t Week?"The Adventure of Lady
Ursula." jyl9-6i
UriSUtH
ABORN ??RA
Farewell Week.
MATINEES
WFD. AND SAT.
2.V ?-W
25c
50c
75c
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LUNA PARK
^ FREE GATE WEEK DATS.
Free Motion Pictures
AND ILLUSTRATED JsONGK.
100?Other Attractions-100
Magnificent Dance Floor.
PRIZE TJAXCE*, Tii.fi. and Uri. nights.
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AT IFJl11
&
jfr
2
? *
Attraction Extraordinary. Jjc!
Wwk Commencing
MONDAY. JULY 1i?. 9 P.M. SHARP. :'z
J. H. CREW, in Hi* Death Defying
SLIDE FOR LIFE 1
Into the Whirlpool at Kails. .?.
Don't fail to s<-~ this daring perform
once, defying death every night over -i
the rapid* Miniti a blaze of tlrr i>nd dis- ;??
play of fireworks.
Trains leave iWth and M at*, every few
infinites.
Fare, 35c Round Trip.
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COLONIAL THEATER,
j 027 29 PA. AVE. N.W.
The feature sets of live Vaudeville include
Cooper und ZeJtler. the well known dancing team.
J?>e Lannlfan. bluok-facc comedian
Lillian Woods in uoveity aiugtng act.
Walter Johnson in character songs and impeitnv
nations.
With always a double show of Dew motion
Dictates.
Jyl9-tf.l5 Admission. 10c.
It Is COOL at
Gilem Echo Park
Marty FREE Amusements.
Delightful TrolUy Ride.
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HEVY CHASE LAKE
Concert by section U. a. Marine Ri<4
every evening. Sondajs included. Dtrying
weekday evetlBgs. PONT TRACK, etc
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