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(Niagara falls I Round $11,00 Trip I JULY 13. 27; AUOUBT 10. 2*; SEPTEMBER 7. 21; OCTOBER 5. VIA Pennsylvania R.R. I SPECIAL, TRAIN Leaves Washington 8:06 A.M. PARLOR CARS. DINING CAR. COACHES. I Via Picturesque Susquehanna Valley. I Tickets good tor Fifteen Days. 1 * iinm?iii??ii?n?nimniii?M???mga Vacation Sale itmg P; \?m Bond Pi 3 Sheets to the P< Regular 40c Yah velopes to Match, 20< i Medium Thin Paper, in dapted for correspondence ir vacation. It's the best respondence at a price tl The iIkb Statioi 9113 F Stree' *e of QuaISty==Witlhi Pop wr Te Made I unilton's Recor i aring awiator, when trouble on trip from Philadelphia to New lew prope^er for his aeroplane ell Telephi rery walk of life at modern agent is countless users ? things go wrong, J ?en they must be * mstandy. ^ Chesapeake and mmmlM Falling Hair -und dandruff result ?rotn no natural i condition#. Our treatmeata restore eoalp to normal- Increase the growth beauty of the hair. * C7- Correct facial treatments for 1 "? large pores, blackheads, etc. t Hattie M. Shacklette, ? SPECIALIST FOK HAIR AND FACE, llj I002-04 F St. Phone Main 31 I Only Women and Children Treated. JWbw.f.tn-aO _H__ THOSE BlAtmn MfaTSSrSlr lawSl j mi Mil -i Mold aid applied hy *. C. WHBL 1MB F sd. Stave Exporter, Hot Slave Trad Because of a typographical error i dispatch from Norfolk, Va, George Raid, eighty-six years old, who there on Monday, was said to have 1 prominent In the "slave" export busl to the Weat Indies, when the disp should have read "stave" export t ness. For many year* Mr. Reld, who a former Confederate soldier, expo barrel staves to those islands, am caused much annoyance to his relat and? friends in Washington to hear spoken of ss a prominent "slave" porter. Goes to Inspect Hot Springs. For the purpose of making an ofl inspection of the government reservi at Hot Springs. Ark., and other got ment land in that section of the cou W. Bert rand Acker of the Interior partment left Washington yesterday Arkansas and neighboring states. Acker Is chief of the miscellaneous sion of the chief. clerk's office, Lnt Department, and Is in charge of nat parks and reservations. m f ?^ ] | aper9 | j mnd, - | ie' | 3). ! : Pck. | the hard finish, j | . Take a supply ? % paper you can I ^ hat you cannot | | ji | ' * ^ iry Store, f S | S uiiar Prices. || | Hmi?a?n??i?n???mmti ^ lephone I Possible I d Flight I rertook him on York, was able I by one I *9 JOHNSON ENTHUSIASM DULLED KaIp Police Court Strangles* New Courage of Oun-toter. "Tom" Williams, negro, who madf lne9f an all-day celebration yesterday of th? Ethiopian victory at Reno, and prepared himself for the night by stick> ing a 32-callber revolver In "one hij pocket and a*pint bottle of "Ultra SuIT4" perlor" in the other, was led befor Judge Pugh. in Police Court, today charged with carrying concealed weap one. JL Policeman Steinbraker arrested hiir tMb. about 10 o'clock last night on th< Aqueduct bridge flourishing his gur W before a doaen agitated civilians. The court sent him to the work lair house for 120 days in lieu of a onettsd. hundred-dollar fine, and ordered th< I revolver confiscated. P*? ? ax Star Office Visitors. * * The following visitors registered to == day at The Star office: , Mrs. D. B. Brand. Wellington. N. C. l#T. Mra F. B. Jones. Wellington. N. C. In a w- ** Jon?8? Wellington. N. C. . r- Miss Janie Johnstown. Reldsville N. O. died Miss A. Johnstown. Reldsville, N. C. seen _____ ness stch Building Permits Issued. was Th? following building permits wen rted Issued today: 4 It To H. C. Pierce, for one two-stor; Ives frgme dwelling at 11312 E street south him e*at; architect. J. F. Pierce; builder, J ?* W. Bonnefond: estimated cost, $1,000. 'To 8. L. Dunkle, for three two-stor; brick dwellings, from 145 to 140 Kentuck; avenue: architect. C. C. Dunkle; builder 8. 1* Dunkle; estimated cost. $8,900. flcial To Dr. E. B. Behren, to repair store a ttlon 1804 Tth street northwest; arcbltecti Speiden 4k Speiden; builder. Dr. E. E 22: Behren; estimated cost, $1,500. miry De- " ' * , for Overcome by Joy as the result of John Mr. son beating Jeffries, Ellen Matthews, col divi- ortd. about fifty years old, dropped dea trior in the street at Cumberland, Md., lat long! Monday: night. She leaves an estate an some life insurance. *e ? ! Seasonable Fa KUPPENHEi Most "Looked For" J the Season. Encluded Si Qray Stripes, Plaids am< Worsteds and Cassime Kuppenhe 1 Were $18, Were $21 ?-j t =1< Were $30, i i Every Suit Guaranteed ; OOVTFITT] , roia WEDDING A SURPRISE Bolivian Minister Marries Dead Wife's Nurse. WIDOWER EIGHT MONTHS Daughter Doubts Report of Ceremony at Mamaroneck, N. Y. EFFORTS AT SECRECY MADE Diplomat, Who Has Been at Post Here Since 1904, Has Had Notable Career. ,.MffiSfr :" M -'^IIUBK ^ si?c. ^Hl xi^3)^D^HPr " ' %-'? wff jj: V K^ YGNACIO CALDBROX, Minister from Bolivia. ' NEW YORK. July ?.?It became known yesterday that last Friday evening Senor I Ygnaclo Calderon, the Bolivian minister to the United States, and Miss Beatrice Monica Ainley of .'16 Stewart avenue, ! M&maroneck, were married at Holy Trin! ity Roman Catholic Church, Mamaroneck, by the Rev. Isidore Meister. the rector \ Miss Ainley was at one time a profes. sional nurse, and she attended the first e wife of Senor Calderon in her last illness, > some years ago. Every effort was made to keep the mari riage secret, and all concerned were ! pledged to say nothing about It. Friday 1 afternoon Charles W. 8tevens, the town clerk of Port Chester, was called up by . Senor Calderon on the telephone, who ! made an appointment to meet him at his office at 0 o'clock. Senor Calderon and Miss Ainley came over unattended in a trolley car from Mamaroneck. The regular marriage license was issued to them, and they filled it out in this way: "Ygnacio Calderon: residence, Washington: color, white; occupation, professor; birthplace, Peru; father, F. Calderon; birthplace, Peru; mother. Antoinette Col. vido; birthplace, Peru; widower. "Beatrice M. Ainley; residence, Mamaroneck; color, white; age, forty-three; occupation. none; birthplace, England; father, Thomas Ainley; birthplace, England; mother, Mary MacDonald; birth t place, Gibraltar: single." Senor Calderon Informed Mr. Stevens that he was the minister from Bolivia, and then returned to Mamaroneck with * Miss Ainley, saying they were to be married immediately. v Was Secretary at Borne. v ; Senor Calderon has been minister sinet 1004. After graduating from the Unl * versity of La Pax he was for one year t t. teacher of history there. Fbr two year: he was secretary of the Bolivian lega tion at Rome, and then returned to Bo i- livia to be supervisor of public instrucI tion. After a term as firgt secretary 01 d the Bolivian legation at Lima. Peru, h< e left the diplomatic service to come t( d this country in 1876. While here he married Miss Arcadia C dory Puidiasi i'mer suits I i Sale of Men's Clotlhes off j rn the lot are Blue Serges, ! d Solid Shades, Mohairs, j ! res. | , ?? ? < imer Suits v j ^ $20, $22.50 ill' a op i!l> /|^OJ fi 5 and $28 ; 3=22 $32.50, $35 2^ is to Fit, Wear and Color er ts. riEJi jy^LR, PA. AVE. j Varnall Cropper of Virginia and traveled in all parts of the country. He acted for a time as consul general of Bolivia in : this city, but returned to his own country in 18x6 to go into business. In 1889 be became president of the Banco Ilipotecario of I>a Paz. and was selected as secretary of the Bolivian treasury in 1000 by President Pando. That post lie held till he was sent back to Washington. Miss Ainley is the daughter of Thomas Ainley, at one time a well known English theatrical man, who managed Wilson Barrett. William J. Scanlon and other actors of prominence. He came to this country some years a^jo and became a manufacturer of cigars in New Rochelle. Daughter Discredits Beport. News of the marriage of the minister, Don Ygnacio Calderon, to Miss Beatrice I Ainley in New York Friday was received at the Bolivian legation last night with much surprise. Mme. Calderon, the diplomat's first wife, died only last November. Mme. J. K. Zalles, daughter of Senor Calderon, who with her children is making a long visit in this country to her father, the Bolivian minister, knew nothing of her father's marriage, and Mme. Zalles was inclined to discredit the report, i She said that she had received two letters from the minister since Friday, the day he was supposed to have been married, and In neither was there the slightest suggestion of his intentions. She had also heard from her two sisters, who are spending some time at Mamaroneck, and apparently both were also ignorant of their father's marriage. Miss Ainley is well known to Mme. Zalles. She came to her as a trained nurse six years ago, and later nursed Mme. Calderon. the wife of the minister, in her last illness, which resulted in her death in November. She accompanied Mme. Zalles to South America once when one of her children was ill. PEE CAPITA CntCULATION. Increase of Money Has Been Less Than Increase of Population. A decrease in eirculati&n per capita of 40 cents July 1 as compared with a year J ago In shown by the latest Treasury 1 statement on. that subject. July 1, 190!>, the amount which each man, woman and child in the United States would have 1 t had were all the money equally divided was $35.01; last Friday it was $34.52. The amount of money in circulation the 1st instant was greater than a year ago, but the population increased in greater proportion than did the money. In striking contrast with the available circulation today for the country's needs is that of January 1, 18711, when, the Treasury statement shows, there was $810,260,721 outstanding. Night Rider Wins at Salisbury. SALISBURY, England, July 6.?The ; Hurstbourne stakes of 20 sovereigns each, with 50O sovereigns added, for two-year- , olds, distanep Ave furlongs straight, was run here today and won by Charles Car- < . roll's Night Rider. Rhosmarket was second and Master Thrush third. There were six starters. Concert at Capitol This Afternoon at 5:55 O'Clock. Marine Band. William H. Santelmann, Leader. March, "The Free L,anee".. .Sousa Overture. "Sakuntaia".. .Goldmark Music do Ballet, "Hamlet," (a) #"La Fete du Printemps," <b) "Pantomime." <c) Valse-Alazurka. Polka, et Finale Thomas Excerpts from "Lakme" Dell be s Waltz, "Spring. Beautiful Spring," Lincke Reminiscences of Carl Maria von Weber Godfrey Grand March, "Die Koenigin von ! Saba" Goldmark "The Star Spangled Banner." Concert at Marine Barracks ! [ Tomorrow Afternoon at 3 O'Cloek. Marine Band, ! William H. Santelmann, Leader. j March, "The Return of the j 5 Hero" Sanford Overture, "The Barber of 8e- i t ville" Rossini Musical Scenes from Spain..L?.ngey Humoresque, "The Merry Widow" Lehar ' Waltz, "The Dollar Princese," Fall r Caprice, "Mexican Kisses"..Roberts ! ) Fantasia, "Boccaccio" Suppe "The Star Spangled Banner." j * ? 1 1 IN THE WORLD OF SOCET VICE PRESIDENT IN BAIT! MORE TO BE NEAR HIS WIFE. Several Engagements Announced o Interest Here ? Other Events?Notes. i The Vice President and his sister-it law. Mrs. J. C. De Long, are stayiiig i Baltimore to be near Mrs. Sherman, wh s still in Johns Hopkins Hospital. Mi Sherman .goes to the ball games, etc., I t>ass his leisure time in a way which ault Mm exactly. He said yesterday that Mn Sherman was getting along nicely. It is now expected that Mrs. Sherma will go north Friday. The Vice Pres lent and several members of their fair lv circle will accompany her, and th :rip to Big Moose lake in the Adiror lacks will be made In a special car. Sit will stat' in the mountains for most c :he summer. Miss Marjorie Sells and Lieut. Albei H. Carter, 3th Field Artillery, U. S. A will be married in New York today. Mrs. Henry Addison Alexander, mothe >f Mrs. Theodore Roosevelt, jr., hae sail id for Europe, and while abroad wi .isit Mrs. Ellis Hoffman in Paris. Late she will make an automobile trip.wit VIrs. Brayton Ives. On her return to thi ountry in the fall she will go to Call ornia and spend the winter there wit Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt. Gen. and Mrs. L. A. Matile announc he engagement of their daughter. Eliza >eth Katherine, to Lieut. Oscar \Y. Gris 'Mt* : y ' fir I M' **(L' A ^1 l|J^- T > . <' iJ^B B MISS ELIZABETH MAT1LE. void, U. S. A., class of 1J10, U. S. M. J Sen. and Mrs. Matlle and their daughte ire at Fort Ontario, Oswego, N. Y. Former Representative and Mrs. Joh De Witt. Warner of 901 Lexington avenu* Manhattan, announce the engagement < heir only daughter. Charlotte Lllliat md Mr. William Joshua Barney, son c :he late Joshua Carroll Barney. MIt iVarner is a graduate of Vassar, widel raveled both abroad and in the Uftlte states and socially active. Mr. Barne ? ? C ? T"? n u; M X1 9 ? b ui a naiumuru itwnjiy nno greai-gres.1 grandson of Commodore Barney. He I i graduate of the University of th south, member of the Maryland Soclet jf the Cincinnati and of the Nation: \rts Club of New York city. Junior mere >er of the American Society of Civil En jineers and secretary of the New Yor iity department of docks and ferries. The announcement was made at New sort yesterday of the engagement of Mia ^dith Parker Deacon to Mr. George Pea sody of Boston. Miss Deacon is noi risiting the family of her fiance. Her sii er, Miss Dorothy Deacon, became th 'rlncess Radziwil] in London .yesterdaj 3oth are daughters of the late Edwar Parker Deacon of Boston. Miss Pearl E. McClure of the Victorl s the guest of Mrs. Elizabeth La Mon Lilley of New York. Later they will g o Spring I^ake, N. J-, where Mrs. Lille will be hostess at a house party In hono >f her son, Mr. Louis Cooke La Mont o Montana. Miss Marguerite Nailor has gone t ftehoboth Beach, where she will be th piest of Miss Lula Day during the mont >f July. Mrs. Irving Shacklett of Atlanta, Ga las arrived to spend the summer in thi dty with her parents, Mr. and Mn tames B. Darnell, 1412 Euclid street. 8h will be joined in a few weeks' time b Mr. Shacklett. TKd ma i*rlao nf Prlnna Anfrr*in<* A 1 Kor X |JV WIU1 X iUQV Vfc X ???v^ XXtl vv**tv xxiwvt Radzlwill and Miss Dorothy Deacon too place yesterday morning: at St. Mars* Roman Catholic Church in Cadoga street, London. The stately bride was led to the foe of the chancel and given away by Lor Grey de Ruthvn. She was very simp! dressed in white Ninon veiled with ol lace and embroideries and wore a larg white hat, the only jewels being a strln of pearls. After the ceremony mass wa :elebrated. Among the guests were the Duchess c Rutland, Lord and Lady Ashby St. Legei Lord and Lady Clifford of Chudleigi Lady Paget, Lady Anglesey, Lady Kinr berley. Lord and Lady Essex, Mrs. E<3 ward Stonor, Mrs. Qgden Mills, Lord an Lady Berkeley Paget and Lord Ribblet dale. There was no reception. After the wei ding the bride and bridegroom left on th afternoon train for Paris, where they wi start on an automobile tour for thel honeymoon. The marriage of the couple was oppose by the mother of the prince and no mem bers of either the American or Russia embassy staffs are announced as wit nesses. Prince Radzlwill is twenty-five yea* aid and will succeed his father. Print George, as head of the great Polish fair ily of Radzlwill, which owns immense ei tates in Lithuania. His father is an ir valid. Prince (George's fortune is mar aged by trustees. At his death the trui formed for the administration of his ? tates comes to an end, and Prince At Leine will become invested with the cor trol of the entire property. The Radziwills are a very old familj and in the thirteenth and fourteenth oer furies were palatines of the city of Wilm whence their name, since "Radsl" sign: ties "council." while the "will" Is undei stood to be an abbreviation of Wllna. Fc four centuries they have been close! identified with the bi&tory of German] Poland, Austria and Russia. Lieut, and Mrs. Torrey, who have bee at the Virginia Hot Springs, are now a the bride's former home, the Maple* Woodley lane. Mrs. Jay Johnson Dimon, wife of th rector of St. Andrew's Church, corne 14th and Corcoran streets, who has bee: the guest of Miss Prather, 1310 Verm on avenue, returned to her home in Clevc land, Ohio, to complete her arrangement for her return to Washington in Sep tember, where, with her husband. Re J. J. Dimon. the rectory of the cburc! sill be established. A delightful, recep tion was given them last evening at th above address, and was greatly Snjoye by their church people and friends. Th liouae was prettily decorated in dalsie and carnations. Refreshments wer served by the ladies in the dining roora Among the number of. friends who caite were Mrs. Blake, Mr. Glenn Blake,, Ml and Mrs. Scott, Mrs. Roome, - Admin faod Mrs. Baird. Miss Hodgson, Miss Du can son and Miss Stevens. Mrs. I.ula Adams Ewers of the Toi left Saturday. July 2, to spend the aur mer at Asbury Park and the mountalr [? Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Cogswell of Ball ton, Va.. are spending their summer v cation at Atlantic City. Mrs. E. Avery of 2217 M street nort west left town this morning with h f daughter and Mr. 1> Roy Bradley. Mi Avery will visit relatives and friends West Point. N. Y., and Mr. L?e Roy Bra ley will spend the summer with t brother at Bay Ridge. Brooklyn, N. Y Mr. and Mrs. J. Noble Hoover ha returned home after a stay of sever i- days at the Chamberlain Hotel, Old Pol n Comfort. Mr. A." M." McCrelght of Memph r- Tenn.. who has been visiting his birt :o pthce. Wlnnsboro. S. C., while on 1 is vacation, is now with his brother, Jo s. O. McCrelght, of 1036 Evarts stre Brook land. D. C., for a short stay. n Miss Frances Miller returned a f< I- days ago from visiting Miss Kemp i- Old Point Comfort, and left Sunday e spend the month of July as the guest Miss Apne Dorsie. at her beautiful hor l" near Pittsburg, Pa. In August Miss Mill e will go to T^ong Island sound and th if join her mother on the Maine coast a both go to Atlantic City for the mon , of September. J . . * ?' " ' a pleasant afternoon was spoilt vesu .jda$*at the residence at Miss Margai i Keegin, fC'T New York avenue north we : when she entertained Miss Grace Keeg .her niece, an<J, several of her little schoi ' mates at a novel and attractive birtlul party. The parlors and dining room w< lit beautifully decorated with'red and wh ,j. ; roses and Old Glory, the birthday bei ^ j celebrated the 5th instead of the 4th. After a number of games and pla :s solos by Mias Grace Keegiu. ret res ? ments were served. Covers were laid t " sixteen, the tables being decorated w strips of red, white and blue ribbon a red and white roses, the centerpiece t e ing a massive cake with eight small si " flags, it being Miss Grace's eighth birt daV. _ .? Marriage Licenses. Marriage licenses have been granted the following: John Fletcher, jr., and Millie Roy. Jacob F. Handles and Maltie Weakb Joseph D. Murray and Ada V. Harfoi Julius T. Becker and Gertrude I Chls: Harry R. Koutz and Katherine Punte, both of Baltimore. Md. Upton H. Galleher and Florence Cocks, both of Alexandria county, Va. Frank M. AHlgooo and Irma Kerns. Thomas C. Burrows and Mamie : Moody, both of Richmond, Va. Walter Thompson of -Cliarla* counl Md., and Grace L. Coones of this city Gustavus Morris and Lillian E. Beane Frank Wella and Mattie Gordon. Fred 8. Walker and Lenora A. Perrj Benjamin F. Lay ton and Alma Booker. Emil J. Worms of Stamford, Con and Florence A. Pierce of tills city. Alfred Hicks and Man* Meads. Frank 8. Ilemmlck and Amy B. Sui ' meW. Nathaniel Thomas and Edith Sembly John H. Parr of this city and Kat leen Johnstone of Rome, Ga. Harry- H. Schrump of St. Paul, Mini and Mamie Dimsey of this city. James C. Thomas and Agnes Green. Fred M. Oliver and Lulu M. Kendall Milton T. Malvan and Anna J. Polla Winslow D. Elliott and Wilhelml Brown. John F. Clark and Eva Brady, both Gainesville, Va. Daniel Young and Annie Dorsey. Charles McPherteon and Nettle Uon Zeck Kter, Jr., and Carrie Johnson, b< of Baltimore, Md. Frank E. Manning and Mary V. I brand. Charles C. Gaines and Josie F. Ber both of Culpeper, Va. WiWin Mamhall onH Vfu rr? io VAitnir WW ? ?>? ?? *? * VUM()a L' Theodore B. Blton of Grand Forks, !r D., and Fanny M. Hamlin of this citj f Births Reported. >f The following: births were reported i, the health office during the past, twc ,f ty-four hours: !? William T- and Emma M. Martin, bt "j Allen V. and Frances Cock roll, boy. y Charles L. and Leila M. Mendel, bo; t- William J. and Emma R. McCaugh< 19 girL '? Harry A. and Mary A. Hamel, girl. J' JameA W. and Sophie Considine, bo: Joseph H. and Mary E. Dutrow, bo: Albert B. and Mary C. West, boy. '* John F. and Lorlna W. Gerhold, boy K Walter and Norah Plant, girl. James E. and Caroline Alexander, gi Charles and Norah Krlner, boy. Robert A. and Verna & Southerlar 6 glrL ' Charles B. and Nellie T. Mathews, b< George 1* and Anna 1* Thomas, glr Mortimer L. and Frances M. Poo; e boy. : Alexander L. and Ellen L. Busch< d girl. Ernest L. and Blondlna C. RUppe: . girl. 7 M. Francis and Rosa B. Ruppert, gl 1 Henry N. and Mary A. McFarlar t t^T\. 1 Le Roy and Ruby Birch, girl. Z William S. and Helens Neely, boy. >c Qeorge and Martha Harrison, girL Arthur and Bessie Scarboro, girl. Harry and Annie Fenelon, girl. 0 Henry W. and Anna R. Stewart, girl e Patrick J. and Nora McGrath. boy. h Earl G. and Leila Swem, boy. Harry M. and Mabel Test, boy. Albert and Julia Evans, boy. - David and Lillian Dorsey, girl. 5 Charles H. and Lucy E. Newman, bt * Richard and Irene Bowles, boy. e George and Alberta Washington, boj y William and Sarah Beverley, boy. Francis N. and Emily Lucas, boy. Charles L. and Ellsa Smith, girL t Raymond and Rachel B. Carter, gir k Ruben and Nellie Ash, girl, s Edward 8. and Florence V. Poremf bWilliam and Daisy Valentine, girl, it m y . . Deaths Reported. ^ The following deaths were reported g the heeelth office during the past tw< ,s ty-four hours: - Virginia Frame, 56 years, Ooluml ?f Hospital. i Samuel G. Corn well, 51 years, Ekn 11 gency Hospital. [. William Smith, 88, years, Little 8ts d of - the Poor, 3d and H streets nortbea s. Richard H. Hudson, flfty-nine yea 51S B street northeast. 1- William P. Stearn, fifty-one years, 11 e 15 street northwest. U Isaac F. Van Arsdale, 86 years, 1 ir Oakland. Samuel Davis, 67 years, U. 8. Soldie d Home, D. C. i- Sarah B. Potts, 79 years, 69 Mary la n avenus northeast.^ t- Stewart Diahl, 2 months, Chlldrei Hospital. a James Lee, 1 year, 406 Douglas cot e northwest. i- Chapman Harris, 50 years, Wash In gt i. Asylum Hospital. g i- Edward Chapman, 42 years. Tuber* I- losis Hospital. it Oscar 'Goodrich, 30 years, 2080 11 i- street northwest. i- Hattie Goldman, 20 years, 435 CuUlna i- court southwest. May Madison, 2 months, 3234 Sherm r, avenue. i- Edith Brown, "7 months, 1319 W stn l. northwest. I- - ? ; CHANGES AMONG CLERKS. y r' Promotion* and Appointment* in ti n Post Office Department. Changes in the clerical force of t Post Office Department, effective on about July 1. have been just announcec Promotions?George E.. Lorens, Texi from *909 to $1,000. in the office of t third assistant postmaster general, vl . Miss Ruth E. Harriott, resigned; Prai D. Gardner. Missouri, $1,000 to $1,21 vice K. W. Ross, resigned; Walter - Paul. Illinois, $*00 to *1.000. vies Gat J ner, promoted; Thomas F. SuIUvs Massachusetts, $000 to $1,000, vice B Tydings, resigned; Mrs. Margaret Clai Tennessee, $1,600 to $1,200, vice Cars C. Cole, dropped; William H. Lemmc District of Columbia. SB00 to $000. M Cornelius M. Ryan, resigned: Mrs. Edi M. Baroette, $000 to $T20. vice Miss A. r. Raptor, resigned; Walter Weaver, VI 1,1 glnla, $300 fo $000, vice ^eoiige S. Mabi n- resigned; Joseph M. Trigg, from II.1M to fl.200. Resignations, in addition to the foregoing-Irving N. Boernstein. Mra. Maud >- S. Emory. Mra H. 8. Arthur. John P. l?- Foggrty, poet offline inspector; Cheater A. McOorfnlc. post office Inspector; Owen Rhodes, post office inspector; James V. a- Markey. Miss EHen W. Fltasimmons. Joseph P. Cook. Reinstatements?Ruth E. Herrlott. Info diana, *?*io. office of the third assistant # er postmaster general. Appointments?Thomas J. Howell. Maaat sachuaetts. *1.000, postal card agency; d- Mrs. Bessie 1. Hugglns. Indiana. $ ?*>; lis Miss Rosalie Levy. Louisiana. fUOO; Frank 8. Hinricha, District of Columbia, $1,000. ve Temporary appointments, for thraa al months, at the rate of *!*? per annum? nt Miss Jennie Ash. District of Columbia; Miss Maud 1?. Dun lop. Oklahoma; Mis* Cornelia Fowle. North Carolina; Daiev is. F. Frldley, District of Columbia. and :h- Adele Hazard, District of ColuniMa. tis Transfers to clerkships at *H0O from hn other positions?Mrs. Mary A. Coyle. Mrs. et. Frances ?. Kirk. Jolm H. 'Murphy ai.U Mrs. Georgianna W. Raisin. Tt Corporation Tax Paid, $21,714,806. I^atest figures available at the Treasury show that the total amount paid l^r on account of the corporation lav 1* en 121,"14,806. This does not include pa>nd ments made to collectors of Internal ith revenue which hav-- not yet readied I It-? department. J* MARRIED WHITNEY SPKAtJI'E. On July 1 11*10 .at *t. laotlc Ci'y. X. J . JU8RPH N. WHITNEY 01 * and PORTIA C. SPBAGIE. ay sre * tte, DIED. "8 BlTRSfH. On July 181<?. at 9 put at hef country Itouie. 1 tuun loriua. Va.. afte a no short illness Mrs. JOHN J. Ill RACH h- Kllon Mtirphri of :?Jh!4 M street northwest. or Gone, but not forgotten. Itut. oh. how we will miss you! "d FY HEU IlI'SRAMi A VI? NIK* 'E, ETHEL w*... Not lee of funeral henaf'er. iVe? YorSt and ' > l.ynu, Mass.. i a ;iers j !>.**<h-| 1 BLRS< H. tin Tuesdiy, Juts -V If* to. *t :? o'clock p.m.. at Iter country hum. Itirnn l/'dnt, Va.. EI.I.KV REHSt'li nice Murphyi, tar loved wife tif John J. Hurst a. Notice of funeral iiereafter. to CIRRI On Julv 4. llilti. al s?rane hake. X. Y.. FLORENCE II. H URY -nee Harr a . beloved wife of liHiiiel If. ?'urry. Kuperal from ber late residence, itiv 9:h ?;r>et " northwest. Thursday. July ". at II oVIoe*. rd. a.m. Interment private. ' "1* DENT. liep? rted this life Tis ?d?j. July 191*4. rl. at ber residence, ."J3 South Carolina aveu ie southeast. CORA E.. beloved daughter of Samuel anil Jane Item _ Dearest daughter. thou hat left us: Wo thy loss most deeply feel. But 'tis God who hath bereft us; .. He can all our sorrow* heal. Fun-rat Friday. July S. from F. he net or M. F. Church. orner 4th and I> streets mum beast. J'? a; 2 o'clock. Relatives "aud friends 'in lt-d to attend. Casket will not be opoaed at the church. DCVAI.C. On Tuesday. July o. lblh. EVIBl.ll'ti ' LaSERE DI'VAUa. aged sixty-three y-ar*. E. Funeral Thursday. July ?. at 3 p.m.. frorn bis late residence 1 r*3T titb street uortbwe-.. tt., Relative* and frieuds invited. 3 ECKERT. Suddenly, on Tuesday. July .*>. l!?l?. at 12:30 p.m., GEORGE ECKERT. a*.-d aeventy years. Funeral from his late residence. :t50 K street soutbweat. Friday. JulV S. at 10 a.m. 2 hEDGAR. On July ft, 1010. lit Casenovia. \ ? ? CONSTANCE LOUISE, only daughter Com * wander Webster Apple ton Edgar. U. S. and Matilda Emory Edgar. I. HART. Departed <UIs life. July ft. 1910. ai tt rd. p m., at his residence, ftltt 4th street north west. WILLIAM HENRY HAKT. ? LEHMANN. On Tueadav. July ft. 1910. JE8SH Of LEE LEHMANN. beloved -On of I?uis A. and KJLabeth Lebmann tnee Steppen, ugi-d nine years and aiz months. is. One by one earth's ties are btoken As *f see our lore decay. And the hopes ?o proudly cberisbed lirlgbten but to pass away. >>'" One by one our hopes grow brighter As we near the shilling shore, ry. For we know across the river Waits the loved one gone before. Funeral on Friday. July 8. at 2 p.m.. from ha vt late residence, 1337 E street southeast. Hela_ tires and friends invited to attend. MILLER. On We.taeaday. July ?. 1810. at 6 o'elock a.m., at his residence. No. 4ts> New York avenue northwest, LOUIS, beloved husband of Lena Miller, aged thirty-six years, to Funeral from chapel of Frank Geier's Sons. Na. 1113 7th street noribwest. on Friday. July 8. at 3 o'clock p.m. Relatives and friend* lavltod. Interment at Prospect Hill cemetery, 2 >y* NAITGHTON. On Sunday. July 3. 1910. LAURA. beloved wife of William J. Naughton. y. Funeral from J. E. Olemeut*' undertaking estah' lisbment Thursday. July 7. at 1 o'clock p.m. Interment at Congressional cemetery. TAYLOR. Departed this life on Tuesday. July 5. 1810. at 4:40 a.m.. at her residence. 617 V- 3d street southwest. MARGARET, the be. I'. loved wife of the late Thomas Taylor. Funeral from Metropolitan A. M. E. Zi<?a Church Thursday. July 7. at 2:30 p.m. Friends and relatives invited. 2 rl- THOMPSON.' On Monday. July 4. 1910. at ?-A> p.m.. OHARIJ3K A., beloved husband of Susie id. Thompson, aged thirty-tlve years. Funeral from the residence of bl* father. \o. >y. 2022 8th street northwest, on Thursday. July 7. at 3 o'clock p.m. Relatives and friends tavited. Interment at Uleuwood cemetery. re. . WELKER. On t^e morning of July ?. 1910. st ST, the residence of his daughter. Mrs. G. C. Burton. 392.* Georgia aveuue northwest. D. rt. S- WEI.KER. Notice of funeral later, t Mitchell, Ind.. papers rj please copy.i hi ? in Jdemoriam. BURRKLL. In sad but lovfnr memory of ottr dnr Hrin and brother. RERKK1.EY JUXII S BURRELI.. who died two years ago today, July ?, 190S. The goldon gates were opeu. A gentle rolee said 'Come,** And with farewells nns|s>k'-n He calmly entered bonie. ?BY MAMMA. PAPA. LKT1TIA AND EVA MA*. The bloom of health was on bis cheek Ami bright glow in his eye: >y. None thought that he soo.i would bangs Or would so quickly die. r None knew him but to lore bim; None named bim but to praise. BT HIS DEVOTED BROTHER, liAYWABD GRAHAM k BURRELL. In sad remembrance or BURCKLEY BURRELL. ?liu departed tbia life two year* in, ago today, July 0, 1U0&. Rest In peace. MRS. POCAHONTAS DONOHO. PAYNE. In lorlng remenibranec of our dearly beloved mother, LAURA I'AYNE. who d'parted this life three years ago. July ti, 1W07. Gone, but not forgotten, in- BY HER SON AND DAUGHTER. POLLOCK. In loving remembrance of my dearly lie loved husband. GEORGE K. IttU/XK. who departed this life one year ago today, July ?. 11W9. Loved in life, in death always remembered. t<r BY HIS LOVING WIFE. CORA IXE POLLOCR. '1, FUNERAL DIRECTORS. r24 FRANK GEIER'S SONS, h? Ills SEVENTH ST. N.W. Modern chapel. Telephone call North 520. THOS. M. MiNDLK, Jld UNDERTAKER. ftTH AND H N W. Pbo? M. 637. it's J. WILLIAM LEE, Funeral Director ?nd Embalmer. Livery lb connection. Oommijrt dkxa chapel and modern crematorium. Modest price*. 332 Pa. are. o.w. Telephone call UHC. "n R. F. HARVEY'S S0NS7 u- FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMB ELMERS. 1325 14TH ST. N.W. Telephone Noitli ^ J. T. CLEMENTS," ne 1241-43 WISCONSIN AVE. N.W. <Georgetowt?. Telephone West SO*. Washington. D. Oan Joseph F. Birch's Sons, :at 3034 M St. X ^ Phone Weet ia. Georsre P. Zurhorst. ' rCKKRAL PARLORS. 301 EAST CAPITOL ST. Telephone Lincoln 372. he W. R. SPEARET FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMKR, 940 F Street N.W. he WASHINGTON, D. O. Phones Main Frank A. Speare, Mgr. WM. H. SARDO & COl . FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMEKS. n* M H at. n-e. Modern chapel. Plione Lincoln MA. )0t ?r tk FUHEBAL DESIGNS. Superb Clusters, $2?Wbrth $5. 1 Jssrsss! srsjaruriT" ?n Blackistdnc S Ovtvp?n, , , c? Pnneral Deelgna. Fenerni Destga.. it. Geo. C. Shaffer lr* Renntlfnl Sornl Inipn retj reasonable In P? cn. y. Pfenne lilt Main. lltfc and I ett. n.v.