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SPECIAL NOTICES.
excavators ~\np contractors. takb
notice; splendid facilities for dumping dirt;
Colombia road and iv rk place. See ZKPP
brothers. Vl2o V n.w. Fbone Main t>417.
jyZMf
Notice is hereby given that the partn?-rship
existing between Napoleon Hill and
Ernest ,M. Hunt ha* bv mutual consent of both
parties been dissolved, and that the Mount
Vernon Inn will henceforth he conducted by
Ernest M. Hunt, who has assumed the afTairi
of the business. Jyl4-law,4t
I SHAM. NOT- BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY
bill* except what I make mvself.
au3 .1t' Mr. P. F.. BART HOI/) WE.
Promptness, Neatness
and Accuracy
? in printinc Lawyers' Briefs and Motions
hare won the Rig Print Shop much of that
?-las* of work.
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THE Bit; PRINT SHOP. 420-22 11TH.
au4 lrtd
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" r
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needs he the order
large or s'niall.
I7Wo ran furnish rvrrrthins in this
lino at host prior-. Call ?r phnio.
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Bt M.niNt; MATERIAL. PHONE M. 134*.
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To PrSrot Lawyers' Briefs
? in fa ft, wt'tp a reputation for doing legal
printing expeditiously and *af isfartorily.
Let us ha to your i''?py and we'll deliver
the briefs promptly.
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' Ph?D.! M. 030.
a?4-l4?1
Investment
For SHOO to $1,000
- Rar? opportunity to boromo a
sharpholder In a hip monpy makInit
business
The Capital Film Co. offers not mnrp than
$.Veo<> north of stock at par. The business is
manufacturing moving picture films. This end
of the moving picture business ofTrrs unlimited
f>< ssfbilitlps and Is vastly morn profitable than
t bo theater or exhibition end. Factory and
tudlo fully equipped and In operation. A good,
eiean business and lots of money In it. No
bares previously sold.
Visit our studio and see for yourself.
Cap5taH Film Co,,
13 th St. and Pa. Ave.
(.Entrance on 11th street.J
u3-7t
"Arkansaw Traveier"?
We'll put that leaky roof in go.*] shape before
the next rain. Prompt, capable service by
practical roofers: repairine mid painting mofs
our specialty. Estimates free. Drop postal.
IRONCLAD
Company, Phone Main 1-i I
au.l-Sd
"Tennessee" Whiskey
Is Praised by AIL
It is the one best whiskey for mint juleps
and other summer drinks. Large bot- it
tie. special for sf
Shoemaker Co., {^mI'i'm m.
au2-tu.th.sa.10
Your Plumbing Bills
Will never be excessive if you
let us do your work.
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an3-tit -
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20 years In business. None equal ?t any
price. Work guaranteed. Estimate# free.
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Cellar Floors Concreted,
Sixty Cents Square Yard.
Get estimate for cement walks, steps, coptug.
basement and stable floors from
COLBITW BROS. CO.. INC..
CEMENT CONTRACTORS.
Phone 7000. 1304 G St. n.w.
je?-tf
Moth Bags, Moth Paper,
LOOSE-LEAF LEDGERS. ETC.
Office SupTlles of Every Description.
We close 5 p.m. Saturday,, 1 p.m.
E. Morrison Paper Co.,
1009 Pa. Ave. N.W.
yil-iod
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psychology enables you to de\elop a strong personality
and ncqulrp mental qualities essential
to success. Studio. 1022 O st. I'bone North 1130.
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WEATHER FORECAST.
Fair and Cooler Tonight and Friday;
Northwesterly Winds.
For the District of Columbia and
Maryland?Thunder showers this aft
ernoon; fair and cooler tonight and
Friday; moderate southwesterly, shift
ing to nortnwesieriy, winds.
Maximum temperature past twenty-four
hours, 90; a year ago, 84.
The disturbance that was central
Wednesday morning over Minnesota
moved eastwardly, and this morning its
center is over southeastern Ontario. It
has caused showers and 'thunderstorms
in the lake region, the Ohio and middle
Mississippi valleys and the middle
Atlantic and New Kngland states. Local
rains are also reported in the south
Atlantic and east gulf state s. the plains
states and the Rocky mountain region.
Temperatures have risen somewhat in
the Atlantic states and the lower lake
region and over the western plateau
region, and a general change to cooler
weather lias overspread the plains
states, the upper Mississippi valley and
the upper lake region.
The indications are that there will be
showers this afternoon and tonight in
the greater portion of the middle Atlantic
and New Kngland states and
western New York, and within the next
thirty-six hours in the south Atlantic
and east gulf states. The weather will
be fair tonigtit ind Friday in the upper
lake region, the Ohio valley and Tennessee.
A change to < ooler weather will over
spread the middle Atlantic and New
England state-, the lower lake region,
the Ohio vailey and Tennessee during
the next thirty-six hours.
The winds along the New England
r oast will be moderate to brisk southerly.
shifting to westerly, with squalls
this afternoon, on the middle Atlantic
r oast moderate to brisk southwesterly,
shifting to northwesterly, squalls this
afternoon; on the south Atlantic coast
moderate south and southwest, except
\ariable on the south Florida coast; on
the east gulf coast light to moderate
\ arlabl?.
Steamers departing today for European
ports will have moderate to brisk
south to southwest winds, with unsettled.
showery weather, to the Grand
Ha nks.
The following heavy precipitation fin
inchesi lias been reported during the
past twenty-four hours; Wytheville,
1 1<?; Escanaba, 1.14; Chester, I1J., 1.14;
Chandler. Okla . 1.4U.
Hecords for Twenty-Four Hours.
The following were the readings of the
I thermometer and barometer at the
1 weather bureau Tor the twenty-four
I hours beginning at J p.m. yesterday:
Thermometer? August 3, 4 p.m., W; H
p.m.. 82: 1- midnight. 78. August 4. 4
a m., 7?: 8 a m.. 7?>: 12 noon. 77; 3 p.m.,
83 Maximum. S*>. at 4 p.m. August 3;
minimum. 7.". at 7 a.m. August 4.
Barometer?August 3. 4 p.m., 34.90; 8
pm. 20 011- midnight. 20S7; August I.
20.no; 8 a.m., 20.80; noon, 29.80; 2 p.m.,
20.75.
Tide Tables.
Today?Low tide. 1 a.m and 1 :.VJ p.m.;
high tide. 7:03 a.m. and 7 40 p.m.
Tomorrow?Low tide. 1 a.m. and
2:41 p m.; high tide, 7:37 a.m. and 8:3d
p.m.
The Sun and Moon.
Today?Sun rose 5:01 a.m.; sun sets
7:10 p.m.
Tomorrow?Sun rises .? u-j a m.
Moon rises 3:30 a.m. tomorrow.
Up-Biver Waters.
I gperial Diaoatrh to The Star
HARPKRS FKRHY. W. Ya.. August
' 4. ? Potomac clear and Shenandoah
slightly cloudy this morning.
t
PRESIDENT TO OFFICIATE
TAFT WILL LAY CORNER STONE
FOR BEVERLY Y. M. C. A.
Was One of the First Contributors
to $100,000 Fund for New
Building.
BKVKRLY, Mass.. August 4.?It wai
announced today that President Taf
will further aid the local Young Men'
Christian Association by laying thi
coiner stone of its new building hen
some time within the next few weeks
The President was one of the first t<
contribute to the hundred-thousand
dollar fund which was raised last
spring for the building.
To Speak at St. Paul.
President Taft yesterday accepted the
invitation to attend the National Con
ontMo t inn Pnnrrr/*... n 4 Ct Dunl CentAm
* "iifsi ext. * i cx u i ?T^ir inbee
o and to make an address that day
Col. Roosevelt will speak at the. conpress
either September fi or 7. Forma
notification of the President's acceptance
was telegraphed to Gov. Eberharilt
of Minnesota. B. N Baker, president,
and J. B. White, chairman of th?
executive conynittee of tiie congress.
The President had a number of callers
at his cottage yesterday afternoon
He has not yet begun to use the executive
offices on Lathrop street, but
probably will do so next week.
Aslier <\ Hinds of Maine, for years
the parliamentary clerk of the House
of Representatives, and now the republican
nominee for Congress from the
first Maine district; Senator Warner of
Missouri. Victor Mason of Passaic.
N. J., who had charge of the New York
republican headquarters during the national
campaign; Representative Glllett
of Massachusetts. Gen. Crozier of the
ordnance department, of the army and
John C- Cobb, president of the National
Tariff Commission Association, called
on the President yesterday. Mr. Hinds
brought a delegation from Portland
with him to ask the President to make
an address at Portland when the statue
of the late Thomas B. Reed is unveiled
there August 31. The President, Mr.
Hinds said, gave the delegation some
encouragement.
--Q
! THE COURTS
?6
EQUITY COURT NO. 1?Justice Barnard.
In re Esther M. Parker; adoption authorized.
In re Elma Naomi Parker; adoption authorized.
Bazzle agt. Bazzle; appearance of absent
defendant ordered; plaintiff's attorney,
John U. Gardiner.
Helphenstein agt. Helphenstein; rule
returnable August 9, 1910; plaintiff's att
Arnoi-o Timmnonn JP? T .ocbnt" HpfpnH Q nt'c
iv? IIC,? A IIVIII^OUII !& X^UUIVV J , UV4V1>UUM>. ft.
attorney, M. Hufty.
Miller agt. Goebel; John E. Laskey
appointed trustee; plaintiff's attorneys
Thompson & Laskey.
Cave agt. Cave; time to take testimony
extended to October, 1910; plaintiff's attorneys,
Thomas & Bellor; defendant's
attorney, J. S. Easby-Smith.
Fenwick agt. Grove; rule returnable
August 12, 1910; plaintiff's attorneys, Blrney
& Woodard.
Quen Chong Company agt. Warren;
time to take testimony extended to September
15; plaintiff's attorneys, Thompson
& Laskey; defendant's attorneys, Gittings
& Chamberlin.
Prentiss agt. Richards; sale ratified;
plaintiff's attorney, G. F. Williams; defendant's
attorney, D. W. O'Donoghue.
Grosvenor agt. Grosvenor; rule returnable
August 12; plaintiff's attorney, W.
J. Lambert.
Title Guaranty and Surety Company
agt. General Supply Company; decree
final as to defendant General Supply
Company: Philip Walker appointed receiver;
bond. $3,000; plaintiff's attorney,
Philip Walker; defendant's attorney, D.
W. Baker.
Beckert agt. Beckert; rule returnable
August 10, 1910; plaintiff's attorney, W.
K. Quinter.
CIRCUIT COURT NO. 1?Justice Barnard.
Johnson agt. Harris: time to file transscript
extended to November 1, 1910;
plaintiff's attorney, H. Johnson; defendant's
attorney, L. Pretzfelder.
CRIMINAL COURT NO. 1?Justice Barnard.
United States agt. George F. Ormsby;
motion to vacate order overruling motion
in arrest of judgment and for new trial.
United States agt. Peter R. Stone, robbery;
personal recognizance $300 taken;
order to return property.
United States agt. Ernest Rollins, embezzlement:
recognizance $20O; S. H
Walker surety.
United States agt. John O. Fitzsimmon;
discharge from workhouse ordered August
9.
PROBATE COURT?Justice Barnard.
In re Eleanor S. Bevans et al.; sale
ratified.
Estate of Henry H. Coates; guardian
ad litem appointed.
Estate of Abraham Hayson; letters ol
administration granted to Maria W. Hayson;
bond, $300; attorneys, J. A. Cobb and
George F. Collins.
Estate of Naasson M. Light: will admitted
to probate and record and letters testimentary
granted to Samuel S. English
and Given A. Light; bond, $3,mX); attorneys,
Jason Waterman and Thomas &
Beller.
Estate of Charles A. White; will admitted
to probate and record, and letters
testamentary granted to Leonard
A. White; bond. $3<iO; attorney, C. C.
Miner.
Estate of Ottilie Stock; William B.
Reilly appointed collector; bond. $:tOO.
Estate of Ella M. Heiser; order to pay
certain bill; attorney, I,. C. Williamson.
Estate of Thomas J. Duvall; letters
of administration granted to William
P. Duvall; attorney. 1* J. Mather.
In re Alice W. Hill; order authorizing
allowance; attorney, W. J. I^amhert.
Estate of William K. Mendenhall; petition
for letters of administration.
Estate of Thomas J. Anderson; will
dated July lf?*?9, naming Robert E.
Anderson executor.
HAS NARROW ESCAPE.
Mrs. Irene Emmner in Auto Accident
Near Frederick, Md.
Mrs. Irene Emmner, wife of Col. Juliuj
P. Emmner of W14 E street, this city, i;
reported to have had a very narrow escape
from death last Tuesday eveninf
while automohiling with a party o]
Frederick, Md.. friends with whom shi
is spending the summer.
The members of the party were on theii
way to Gettysburg, and when in th<
vicinity of ixwistown an automobile
i..~ i? ?v,, ;.. c,,auor,l tr ?1z\t\
IIIW>1II?, ?u HIT II U1ICVIIVII, CUVIUVXIJ ? ? ?
ded, and the chauffeur of the Emmne
car, in order to avoid a collision, rai
into a fence, dumping out his party anc
injuring several of them.
Two women in the other machine wen
thrown into the roadway and seriously
injured when that car collided with i
telegraph pole.
ACCUSED OF ASSAULT.
Clifford Walker in Difficulty Witl
Mattau Donaldson.
Clifford Walker, employed as driver o
an ice wagon, was arrested this morninj
by the police of Tenleytown and ciiarge<
with having assaulted Mattau Donaldson
watchman at the Cathedral School foi
Boys, Winconsin and Massachusetts
avenues. The trouble between the mei
occurred in the boiler room at the school
where Walker went to deliver ice.
\\ aiker told the police that Donaldsoi
struck him with a piece of Iron am
w ilted to put him off the grounds, al
though lie had hot had any difficulty witl
him, and did not know what had prompt
cd the action. He sa>s he turned am
Hit Donaldson in the eye when the latte
struck him.
Donaldson was taken to Georgetown
University Hospital. Walker was re
leased upon collateral.
, | , Belts, 5c.
? White Belting, plain
, ? and embroidered, belt
1 X length for 5c. On sec?
ond floor.
V
Choice of one hundred One-piece
Linen Dresses?at $:i for tomorrow
V only.
|
I A. Lisner
1 *1*
t
I
FEW OF TH
: in oui
I
,'il I 75 manufacturers' remn<
. Damask: 2^2 yards long.
Reduced from $3.13 tc
Reduced from $2.25 tc
15 pieces Fine Check Mi
dras, suitable for waists,
i Reduced from 25c to 1
10 pieces Fine and Wide
Muslins; sheer quality.
I Reduced from 18c to 1
10 dozen Fine Damask D
' fine line of patterns; 24-in. siz<
Reduced from $3.50 and $4
6 Fine Double Damask I
new patterns; 2^4 yardsx2*/4 ys
Reduced from $9.00 tc
10 dozen Fine Huck To
j ready for use.
Reduced from 31c and 2,
1- ? ru*u<.
IIO L/<lIII<tSK 1 <11 LCI II V^lUlllS
67x67?reduced from $1.7
67x84?reduced from $1.9
; SOME
: FOR Fl
Fireside and Ye Otde T;
' 30x60 in. Regular value,
$1.10.
36x72 in. Regular value,
$i-45Body
Brussels H
22^x36 in. Regular value
$1.05.
Wool Velvet Ru
27x54 in. Regular value,
$1.65.
36x66 in. Regular value,
$2.85.
Seamless Tapestry Bn
j 9x12 ft. Regular value, $
$12.25.
I W. B. MOSES
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Real Estate Transfers
' ? .. - . ?
FIRST STREET SOUTHEAST between
s M and N streets?Lizzie Caperton to
3 Realty Appraisal and Title Company,
lot >. square 701; Sin.
| F STREET NORTHWEST between 1st
r and 2d streets?Antonio Girardi et ux.
f to Pasquale Di Giacomo, part lot
? IX, square 509; $10. Pasquale dl Giaromo
conveys same property to
r Angela Marie Girardi; $10.
1 MOXTELLO?Washington Green et ux. to
Real Estate and Improvement Company,
lot lt>l. block ,4; $in.
r FOXHALL? Catherine O. Guigon to J.
1 Alcide Drouin, part lot 4; $10.
I K STREET between 4',? and 3d streets
southwest?Bridget A. Bowman to
? Howard E. Bell, part lot 15, square
i 543; $10.
i 1306 S STREET NORTH WEST-Margaret
M. Renshaw to Alexander and
Mary E. T. Lewis, lot 38, square 239;
$lo.
1406 35TH STREET NORTHWEST?Philip
J. Hofflinger to Honora Jane Hofflinger,
lot 110, square 1247; $10.
1 1229 TO 1235 20TH STREET NORTHWEST?Christian
Heurieh and Augustus
B. Coppes. trustees, to the Terminal
t Taxicab Company, lots 10 and 11,
r square 110; $40,000.
1 3018 CAMBRIDGE PLACE NORTHWEST?Howard
C. Fisher, trustee, to
Edmund Powell Moore, lot 43, square
r 1282; $10.
a KALORAMA HEIGHTS?Martha S.
1 Tucker to Mary H. Hill, lot 34, block
12; $10. Herman R. Howenstein ot
ux. to Julius A. and Dora Haack, lot
127, square 3096; $4,975.
i 717 7TH STREET NORTHEAST-R. R.
1 Milliard and Oscar Luekett, trustees
to Patrick Kirby, lot 17, square 890*
i $3,125.
- MOT-NT PLEASANT AND PLEASANT
1 PLAINS?Charles J. Butler and Thomr
as H. Banes to Eunice M. Lewis lots
95, 96 and 97, block 18; $10.
i SCHLETZEN PARE John B. Espev and
W. F. Turton to William H. Carlin
et ux., lot 90, block 2; $10.
t
Half Ho
Please Make Tor
I Palais Royal $2
The Famous Lingerie and Ta
Palais Royal Friday Bargaii
here and because less than renin,
sizes, colors, etc. Now that Sati
unusually busy day prompts th<
morrow.
Bathing: Suits?any marked $10 for
$7.98; any $6.98 Suits for $4.98; any
$5 Suits for $3.98; any $3
Suits for
Girls' Braid-trimmed Bathing Suits;
sizes 12. 13 and 14 years. To Cfl *=re
be only
Bathing Caps and Shoes. Sold other
days at 23c to $1.23. To be 21c Q'Jq
The $3 Motor Bonnets, with ribbon
rosettes and ties, in all fffl <Q)S
colors, to be only
The $2.50 Sun Hats, of Batavia
cloth, trimmed with silk mull ilffj)
and quills, to be
The $5.00 Auto Veils of chiffon
cloth and crepe de chine: all colors;
some 3 yards by 1*? yards.
For *
Chiffon Cloth Veiling; all
colors. Usually 50c yard
The $1.00 White Wash Lace Veils;
also Colored Silk Net Veils,
with ribbon and lace borders; AtSLr
all colors. For
Men's 10c Hemstitched Handkerchiefs
at exactly half
price S
Men's and Ladies' Pure Linen Embroidered
Initial Handkerchiefs.
23c value for 19c and fl tic
12%c value for
The F
B. MOSES & SON!
E MANY EXCEPTIONAL 1
I LINEN DEPART
R FRIDAY AND SATURD^
ints of Table 12 dozen 18
kins; hemmed ri
) $2.50. Reduce^
> $1.50.
islins and Ma- 5 pieces hir
Reduce<
8c yard. t-. ^
1 Fine Com
Stripe Dress Reduced
oc yard. 3 Couch Ha
inner Napkins; Reducec
e* * 25 Well M;
00 to $3-00. red> gsreen and y
5attern Cloths; Reduced
lr*I' Reduced
' ' . Reduced
wels; washed R ^ ri
5c to 18c. Reduced
; good designs. T5? 18-inch
5 to $1.00. ered with cretor
o to $1.25.
RARE BARGAINS IN
RIDAY AND SATURDAY 0
yme Rugs. Smyrna IF
$1.75. Special, 6x9 ft. Re
$12.25.
$2.50. Special, 7^2x105^ ft.
cial, $17.45.
, 9x12 ft. R(
:ugs. $,4.25.
,$..75. Special, Waghj
36x36 in. I
'S?* $1.00. (Red and
$3.00. Special, Roya,
$4.50. Special, 6 2 ft. 6x9
Special, $3.25.
n irt> 2 3X9 ft- ?
issels Rug. $3.65.
16.00. Special, 2 3x12 ft. I
$5-25
^ /Ov T ^ C on (Ki A tl 1
1T Olttinui JI j
LOSE DAILY, 5 I'.M. SATURDAY, 1 P.M
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H STREET NORTHEAST between 13th j
and 14th streets?H. A. Gill and W. A.
Hill, trustees, to R. E. Palro, lot 134,
square 1027; $1,000.
TWENTY-FIRST STREET NORTHWEST
between N and O streetsNellie
A. Goodwin et vir to Robert A.
Miller, lot 200. square 00; $10.
TWENTY-SECOND STREET NORTHWEST
between G and H streets?Ferdinand
T. Schneider et al. to Robert A. j
Miller, lots 34 and 35, square 711; $10.
TWENTY-FIRST STREET NORTH- *
WEST between N and O streets? '
Robert A. Miller et ux. to Ferdinand, i
T. Schneider, trustee, lot 206, square
0?: $10. ,
NO.130K CORCORAN STREET NORTH- ,
WEST?Robert A. Miller et ux. to Es- '
telle S. Kirby, lot 134. square 240; $10. i
NO. 126 C STREET NORTHWEST?Robert
A. Miller et ux. to James K. Cha
* ? K7i* CIA 4
conas. 101 iw, bhu<" ? . v? ,
TWENTY-SECOND STREET NORTHWEST
between G and H streets?Robert
A. Miller et ux. to Raymond E.
Haliday, trustee, lots 34 and 35, square
TO: $10.
ELEVENTH STREET AND VIRGINIA
AVENUE SOUTHWEST-Louisa S.
Randall to Arthur J. Olmstead, lot 20,
square 325; $10.
SUES FOB $10,000.
Mrs. Bryan Alleges Slander Against
Stamp Company Manager.
Damages to the amount of $10,000 are
asked in a suit filed In the District Supreme
Court by Mrs. Carrie Bryan
against the Sperry and Hutchinson Company.
a trading-stamp concern. The
plaintiff alleges that Walter J. Gregory,
manager of the company, of which she
was an employe, was guilty of slander
and libel when he discharged her and declared
she was guilty of giving information
to a rival company. It is on these
grounds that damages are asked, Mrs.
Bryan claiming that she has been prevented
from securing other employment
by the publication of the alleged untruthful
statements. ,
*
liday Sz
norrow?Friday?Your She
Garments to Be 3
ilored Waists, Plaited Linen and
is have lontr been famous?becau
int prices are quoted for most-wa
irday is a half holiday here the n
; offering of bargains better tha
Ladies' Cross-bar Swiss Handkerchiefs.
with initial. 6 in fancy
box for only
The 50c Lace Chemisettes; also
Jabots, lawn and net, cascade and flat ,
effects; lace and embroidery
trimmed. For ^
Fichu Collars: made of lawn and
net; ruffling edged, with lace; variety '
of patterns. 30c and 75c X?** 1
values
All-silk Four-in-hand Ties and Silk <
Windsor Ties; plain colors, ;
plaids and checks. 25c val- f] E,-.
ue
*
Handmade Chemise, Drawers and ,
Covers; daintily embroidered and
scalloped. Some _were ^JJ
$2.00 .......................... I
Dressing Sacriues and Kimonos, in
white and dainty colors; loose and i
tight fitting. Some were
Best Quality Gowns; beautifully
trimmed in laces and embroideries;
ribbon run. . Some were 25^
Swiss Embroidery Bandings; 11 ??
open effects. Were 25c yard..
Swiss and Cambric Corset Cover
Embroidery; 18 inches wide. 2fjC
Was 50c yard
Children's Ribbon Bandeau
Combs
>alais 1
XwX"X"J
^
BARGAINS .1
MENT
lY"
l-inch German Damask Nap- :
?ady for use. |<j
d from $1.50 to $1.00. j I
le All-linen Silver Crash. jj
1 from 15c to I2j^c.
:h Hummock; well made,
from $13.50 to $10.00. |
immocks; strong; well made.
1 from $9.00 to $7.00. j
ide Hammocks; white, blue,
rellow.
from $5.00 to $4.00.
from $4-QO to $3.00.
from $3.00 to $2.25.
from $2.50 to $1.75.
from $2.00 to $1.50. % i
Pillows; cotton filled; cov- j
ines and linen.
25c each.
RUGS I
NLY.
?imgs=Be?t Grades.
gular value, $17.50. Special,
T"k 1 _ 1 ft* ^ _ C*
Keguiar vaiue, ^4.^. ope- 11
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ARMY AND NAVY
ft r
Army Orders.
Maj. Herbert Deakyne, Corps of Engineers,
is detailed for consultation or to
superintend the construction or repair of
my aid to navigation authorized by Congress
in the fourth lighthouse district.
At the request of the Governor of Missouri,
Capt. Samuel A. Smoke, United
States Army, retired, is detailed for duty
with the organized militia of Missouri.
The following transfers are ordered:
First Lieut. William S. Browning, from
the 1st Field Artillery to the 3d Field
Artillery.
First Lieut. Marlborough Churchill,
from the 3d Field Artillery to the 1st
Field Artillery.
Leave of absence for two months is
rranted Lieut. Col. Francis H. French,
nspector general.
First Lieut. Sylvester Bonnaffon, third,
1th Infantry, on leave of absence at
Philadelphia, Pa., is detailed for duty
Jertaining to the national match for 191(1.
Leave of absence for one month is
granted Capt. Edward Carpenter, Coast
Artillery Corps.
First Lieut. John M. Hewitt, Medical
Reserve Corps, will proceed to Fort
VCIIW UI LH, 1VCIU., IUI UUIJ.
Leave of absence for one month on account
of stckness is granted Capt. Sherwood
A. Cheney, general staff.
Capt. Edward B. Vedder, Medical
?orps, is detailed as a member of the
>oard of medical officers appointed in
lanuary. 1906, for the purpose of studyng
tropical diseases as they exist in the 1
Philippine Islands. vi6e Capt. Edwin D.
vilbourne. Medical Corps.
By direction of the President and upon
he application of First Sergt. Ernst
preske. Company G. 2d Battalion of Enrineers.
that soldier will be placed upon
he retired list.
Naval Orders.
Commanders B. F. Hutchison, H. G.
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iturday
pping Day Here.
M.69 Tomorrow.
Kiited Persian Lawn Skirts.
se Friday is not remnant day
nted things in latest styles, all
ecessitv of making Friday an
n usual. Note the list for toBatiste
Kmbroidery Bandings combined
-with Baby Irish Lace.
Were 75c yard <***'
27-inch Swiss Embroidery Flouncings
and 22-inch All-over Embroidery.
Some were $1.50 yard
German and French Val Laces,
Edges and Insertions; 12-yard
Pieces. some were ioe piece..
36-inch Embroidery All-over Laces;
;ream and white. Were $3.00 ^7(Q),r?
>ard
Colored Figured Dress Nets;
$6 Inches wide. Were 50c
Torchon Laces; two to four
Inches wide. Were to 10c yard..
The "La Adria" and Redfern Corsets
used for "demonstrations." None
were less than $5. Choice
The "R. & G."; best of
the best; used for demon- tl <jj
strations; at only ?J*??ll2e
Corset Covers, of fVne nainsook:
trimmed with best embroideries, laces
and ribbons. Values to 75c. TJE.f.
Choice for
Silk Garter Elastic; % length;
mostly all colors
Large Fruit Pin Cushions; some gr
were 25c; choice for
Royal,
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' 1 '
The Salat
Wardma
Is the best evidence of their
approval in price, location an*
GUARANTEED 1
Am now building eight
bath, in the forty-four hundre
six hundred blocks, 14th st. r
PRICE,
Terms, $750.00 Cash;
SAMPLE HOUS
One hundred and ten hou
ave., Lamont st. and Keifer s
PRICE
Terms, $300.00 C
Sample House, No. 3
Six houses, eight rooms
n.w.
T? _ r
xii inc xicarx 01
Price,
Terms, $1,000 Cas
Sample House,
Twenty-five houses, six
Holmead ave. n.w., Columbii
PRICES, $4,47,
Terms, $500.00 G
Sample House
Eight houses, ten room
14th St.
PRICE,
Terms, $1,000 Ca
In this tract I have bu
homes, and it is conceded to
operation ever attempted in )
chasers of these homes are r
the building industry. This
proof that the Wardman hom
HARRY WAR
SHANNOI^
SELL1NC
713 14th
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GUY 8. ZEPP. CARROLL S. ZEPP.
If Interested in
HOUSES
Watch Zepp Brothers' Dally Bulletin.
WHO SAYS BUSINESS IS DULL?
NOT US.
Just by way of keeping things going, get 01
to this:
We are going to dispose of a beautiful six
room three-quarter detached house on the cornel
of 16th and Kentucky ave. a.e.
This is the corner house of a row of fire, ant
Is an Ideal home in every way, being presset
brick, hot-water beat and all modern improve
ments. Surrounded on three sides by large
roomy lot.
Also 617 Rock Creek Church road aDd 51<
Qulncy st. Semi-detached houses; nine rooms
all modern improvements, which we have de
Bcribed before.
These houses will be disposed of between nov
and August 20.
So get out at once and make your offer.
We pay full commission to agents.
Zepp Brothers,
1325 F St. N.W.
Phones Main 6417 and 6418. Jyl7-90t,50
Gates, L. M. Nulton, G. B. Bradshaw
R. H. Jackson and F. B. Bassett, jr., ant
Lieutenant Commander F. L. Shefflelc
have been commissioned.
Lieutenant Commander F. L. Sawyer
from New Jersey, and granted sick leavt
two months.
Midshipman L. \V. Greno, dischargee
treatment Army and Navy General Hos
pital. Hot Springs, Ark., to Naval Medi
cal School Hospital, Washington, D. C.
for treatment.
Midshipman J. S. Hatcher, from Delaware,
and resignation accepted.
Past Assistant Surgeon J. R. Dykes
from Naval Medical School Hospital
Washington. D. C.. and granted sich
leave two months, with permission to gc
abroad.
Assistant Surgeon H. L. Kelley, from
Cleveland to Naval Hospital, navy yard,
Mare Island, Cal.
Assistant Surgeon H. L. Smith, from
Chattanooga to Naval Hospital, navy
yard. Mare Island, Cal.
J. G. Omelyena has been appointed an
acting assistant surgeon in the navy.
Paymaster H. D. Lamar, Passed Assistant
Paymaster W. S. Zane and Assistant
Paymasters A. G. Hearne, H. B.
Ransdell, H. C. Shaw. H- R. Snyder, G.
S. Wood and U. R. Zivnuska have been
commissioned as assistant paymasters in
the navy from August 2, 1910.
Chief Boatswain D. Montague, to Naval
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A
Braids, 2c. :j:
Wash Braids, white X
and colors. Values to
ioc, at only 2c yard. ?
l
Special No. 3?Traveling Trunk: *
brass trimmed: trays and hat box:
two neavy straps, usually s:e >*
$0.50 y
Special No. 5?Cowhide Suit Case; X
two straps included. Regu- ffT! fl])Q A
lar price, $5.00
v
Special No. 6? Solid Cowhide Bag; %
deep cut, with brass lock !
and trimmings. Regular <=yg V
price, $5.00 9&?J9 y
I
Q Street |
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s - =11
>ility of the
n Homes
value. They meet with public
d construction.
FOR FIVE YEARS. |
y-five houses, eight rooms and
id, forty-five hundred and fortyl.w.
(Osborne tract).
, $6,500.00.
Balance, $39.75 Monthly.
E, No. 4602 14th St.
ises, six rooms and bath, Georgia
;t.
$3?75?-?o.
ash, $28.84 Monthly.
[223 Georgia Ave. N.W.
and bath, 2526 to 2536 13th st. j
Columbia Heights. ^ k
$6,950.00.
?h, $45.00 Monthly.
No. 2534 13th St.
rooms and bath, 3519 to 3567
a Heights.
5.00 and $4,575.00.
ash, $35.00 Monthly,
i, 3523 Holmead.
s and two baths, 3501 to 3515 |
, $7,850.00.
sh, $55.00 Monthly.
ilt and sold over two hundred
be the most successful building
Washington. Some twenty purnen
occupying high positions in
fact alone should be sufficient
le is the best.
JDMAN, Owner.
1 a 1IJCHS
; AGENTS,
Street N.W.
? =(?)
For Sale
AT A SACRIFICE.
Near 16th and Q Sts.
Well built brick: 8 rooms, bath,
furnace heat. Can be had for
?4,250 if bought at once.
Price, $2,350. Rent, $18.
' Two-story brick: 6 rooms, bath;
n.e. An excellent investment.
1 1 tr? 1 Tninn Station
I . Nearly new two-story brick; 6 i
j rooms, tiled bath, furnace heat. jl?
Rented for $25.50.
Price, $3.300.
? Near 13th and S Sts. N.W.
Three-story brick; 8 rooms, bath.
In best of repair.
Price, $5,300, for quick sale.
Columbia Heights Home.
9 large rooms. 2 modern baths; j
hot-water heat: hardwood trim
throughout; 18 feet front.
Close to 14th St. $7,850.
ALLAN E. WALKER
j & CO., Inc.,
1412 G St. N.W.
an3-2t
; ? .?
I _
- I Hospital, cortsmoum, i*. ?., ior treat
ment.
Chief Machinist W. James, to William
Cramp & Sons Shipbuilding: Company,
- Philadelphia.
Chief Machinist G. S. Bingham has
been commissioned.
P. R. Halleron, resignation as a pay[
master's clerk in the navy, duty DelaJ
ware, accepted.
T. S. Coulbourn, appointed a paymaster's
clerk in the navy, duty Delaware.
i
Naval Movements.
1 The New York has arrived at Cavite,
the Prairie at Bradford, the Rodgers at
i New York, the fMarcellus at Newport
News, the North Dakota at Newport, the
Chester at the southern drill grounds and
the Standish, Patapsco and Rocket at
Norfolk.
i The Wheeling and Petrel have sailed
i from Hong Kong for Singapore, the
Charleston and New Orleans from Chei
mulpo for Tsingtau.
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AMUSEMENTS.
Sec the Wonderful Production
Last Days of Pompeii
The Arcade Roof Theatec
5o TONIGHT ONLY Vi
ACADEMY
Opens Monday, Aug. 8.
K LI NOR QLYN'S OREAT BOOK PLAY,
Three Weeks
With JKANNK TOWLKR a. "Tho Lady."
Soat opon* TburiMajr, Anyuat 4. at 9 o'clwk,
ana.lt. I.'i
|T||ff!T!]i1 Tonight
UJmhMmmI At *i,s ** '?
THK COM MBIA
PLAYERS IN <?dC
"Love soc
Watches" 75c
NFXT WKKK MATIN'KES
"S01DI58S OF'
FOffiYUMfE" No pbon. ordort.
an1-dt.au \
ij [iB
Theatre BEAU^,
?:ik ' w?uitu 10 ' 1 iFii^
VMP CONTINUOUS VAUDEVILLE, III
II' MUSIC *NO PICTUPE PLAYS
psiccs MATtwrcs ?o? evenings ?o? s
Special Sunday Concerts.
Vaudeville rh?TiR?<1 Mondays and Thursday*.
Pictures and tnuslc changed dally.
Day and nlgLl bills different.
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MAJESTIC THEATER.
VAUDEVILLE.
Cool as the Ocean Breezes.
ANY SEAT, ioc.
1v2fi 8d
GLEN ECHO?OPEN
FREE MOTION PICT! RES IN HU'PODROli*
FREE DANCING EVERY EVENING.
SUNDAY SCHOOLS ADMITTED FRBB.
my28-tf.3
Chevy Chase Lake.
Concert by nectlnn IT. S. Marine Btnd
erery pveni'ng. Sundays Included. Dane*
lng weekday evenings. Admleaton ftea.
jyS-.td _____ t
DANCING.
THE DAVTSONS' ACADEMY. ~71? ?TH N.W.
Eat. 1892. Reliable. Terms reasonable. Leasons
day or eve., with music. Claaa and dance,
Tnesday evenings. Phone M. 4ft84.
Je29-d.eSn.4
EXCURSIONS.
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;; COLONIAL BEACH. ::
WASHINGTON'S ATLANTIC CITY.
Salt Water Bathing. Crabbing. Kiahinc.
(| Boating the flnest.
Steamers dally, except Monday and 8at,
urday. 9 a.m.
SPECIAL SATURDAY TRIPS,
STEAMER ST. JOHNS 2 30 p.m..
STEAMER QUEEN ANNE ? p.m. , ,
Returning, leave Colonial Beach 5 and <
, | 6 p.m. No crowding. , ,
COLONIAL BEACH HOTEL OPEN. < >
; Colonial Beach Co., !;
TT1* ST WH AUK*
0 !* ?"?? ? I I I I 1 I I I I I I I , _Q
PKSIPEIKE
^ lEAM
ALL AMUSEMENTS. MAMMOTH BOARD.
WALK. EXCEIXENT HOTBLB AND
CAFES. MUSIC AND DANCINQ.
BOUND TRIP:
Week *y Cr Sundays and cA?
Daya. Holidays.
Train schedule In R. R. column.
For additional information telephone Lincoln
162!>. Jy28 2Sd
FAST ELECTRIC
TRAINS
FROM POST OFFICE CORNER TO
MOUNT VERNON.
DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
EVERY HOUR ON THE HOUR
FROM 10 A.M. TO 3 P.M.
nol-tf.16
C Norfolk & Washington Stbt.Co. '
Palnce Steamers Daily ?-45 p.m. for
OLD POINT & NORFOLK.
SPECIAL RATE. SATURDAY TO MONDAY.
$3.50 Round Trip.
WEEK-END TOURS, including state*
1 rooms and hotel accommodations:
OLD POINT. OCEAN VIEW, i
( CHAMBERLIN; O. V. HOTEL, ,
Sat. to Men.. $7.50 $6-50 1
: &?$? ..} $11.50 $10.00;
! fw.' to Tuea.'. } $15-5? ' $I3 ?0
, City Ticket Office. 720 14th st.
1 Jy5-tu.w.tb.f.tf,22 Phone Main 1B20. ^
MOONLIGHT TRIPS
ON
STEAMER ST. JOHNS.
Leaves Seventh Street Wharf S.W. 7 P.M.
every evening except Saturday and Sunday, commencing
June IS. Renewal of those delightful
forty-mile moonlight trips.
Music. Dancing. Palm Garden.
FARE: Adults. 2.V: Children, 15c.
COLONIAL BEACH COMPANY.
Phone Main 5?12. jel4-tf.I4
i: n i 1:} i i:::: n;:: t: i 11111;::; 1 i n i;;: i; i::: i m
BUY A
| WARDMAN III
uruwrr awn
XX 1UJL< X 111 IV
GET THE
BEST.
i Every House Guaran-*; I
teed for Five Years
and They Are Up
to the Minute.
Look at those six Span- : j
ish houses, Nos. 1723 to |
1733 Lanier place; eight i
rooms and bath.
PRICE, $7,000.00. ; :
Terms, $1,000.00 cash, i :
$40.00 monthly.
CAN BE PURCHASED ;
: THROUGH ANY REAL
ESTATE BROKER. :
j; HARRY WARD MAN |
We Get Results
QUICKLY. SELLING REAL ESTATR.
BOSS * PHELPS (Inc.). 910 Uth .?.
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x_ I:j T> J T> iJ
J! lew iklie to aiu x>nuge duu tiers.
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn., August 4.?Capt.
Eugene Child*, a veteran of the civil war,
who, as a child, flew a kite across Niagara
Falls, which permitted the engineers
who built the suspension bridge there to
draw the cables across, died at his home
here today.
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