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I can look around all
I $4.50
pi For this Rich, Imperial Le
M Upholstered, Spring Seat and
gB American Quartered Oak
C|1 \ ery handsome, massive appea
B Value, $8.00.
I $8.85
l'or Heavy 42-inch Missior
I Library Table
With drawer ? looks better
B illustration. Value, $14.50.
Oct. 2S?Dawson. No. 10. important buat- I
nes*. I
Stausbary. No. 24. strand visit*- j
t i??n I
Nor. 1?("oluuibla. No. 3, not bulletined. j
Leoui-on. No. 7. not bulletined. j
Oct. 2S?Mount Vernon, No. 3. mark.
Anaeostia, No. 12, mark.
Oct. 30?Columbia. No. 1. reception of
traveling triangle.
None bulletined for work.
Oct 2b?Board of directors. Masonic and
Eastern Star Home, Masonic
Temple, No. 13.
Columbia, No. 15.
Oct. 31?Naomi. No. S. special.
No*. 1?Martha, No. 4.
Inasmuch as there are three "fifth
days" in the current week, but few of
the bodies are scheduled for work of any
kind, an indication, it is said, that the
pressing work was generally completed
in the blue lodges before the 30th of September,
while the Royal Arch Chapters
are probably not In such shape as to
require "specials."
An incident of unusual interest in
Royal Arch circles will be the reception
of "The Traveling Triangle," with the
distinguished guests who come with it,
by Columbia Royal Arch Chapter No. 1,
Wednesday evening. The program for
the evening contemplates a dinner of
honor to the visitors at 6 o'clock. At
b o'clock Columbia Chapter will be duly
opened and the visitors formally received.
Past Grand High Priest EL St.
Cia-r Thompson, as chairman of the spe"Ul
"ill trtg.il nutHno tho aK.
( lill CUI1H" m*.*., " ? VWV?(4V V4JV vw Ject
for which the convocation wa? call- 1
ed. and he will be followed by the rep- 1
ri tentative of Oran e Koyal Arch Chap- '
ter. No. 2.1. of Orange, N. J., its latest 1
custodian, who will present the symbolic 1
triangle to Columbia Chapter, under the J
terms upon which It has been sent on a
trip around the world. 1
The triangle will be received in the
name of Columbia Chapter by High
Prrest William T. Hastings, and this t
will be followed by addresses by the visi- %
ors. who will include a delegation from I
the St. Patrick Royal Arch Chapter. No. 1
14a. of Toronto. Canada, the originator s
of "The Traveling Triangle." the topics >
being "The Triangle"; "The Thought It c
Represents"; "How the Idea Was Con- t
celved"; "How the Triangle Was Pro- j
cured and Launched, and the Result r
Hoped for and What Can Now Be Said i
for a Record of Experience Acquired in r
This Way." The closng addresses will t
be made by the representative of the St. (
Patrick Chapter of Toronto, and Rev. (
Karle Wilfley. pastor of the Vermont Ave- j
nue Christian Church, who Is also a {
member of Columbia Chapter. After the
chapter is closed a buffet luncheon will
be served. The program will be inter- j
tore 915 to925 Seventh Str
the month of October v
\/nn \x/icK Kilt vmi'll fii
jr Ut* VVI1.JI.I9 L/Uk J V* II I II
I $36.5
For the Most Elegc
and Modern
China Clo
Genuine quartered oa
forced top?hand-carved
?heavy claw feet ? be
front and ends?must be
be appreciated. A $50 v
? $2.8J
For This Dainty
Parlor Tal
- Genuine quartered oak
than hogany; piano hand-polisl
Value, $5.00.
ipersed with music by the choir of Coumbia
Royal Arch Chapter.
All Royal Arch Masons in good standng
have been extended a general public
nvltation to be present at the exerrises.
which will be held in the comnandery
asylum of Masonic Temple, at
1th street and New York avenue northvest.
"The Traveling Triangle" Is a symbolic
Kiuilateral of solid gold, eight inches high
ivlth bars three-fourths of an inch wide,
n the center of which is suspended by
folden chains a pendant tigure of St.
Patrick, together with the seal, motto
m_d name of the St. Patrick Chapter, No.
H."?, Toronto, Canada. It was started on
t trip around the world, to be deposited
n one chapter of each grand jurisdiction,
ind when its journey is completed, it is
:o be returned to the 'place whence it
:ame, when It is expected to have representatives
from all the chapters in which
t has been deposited attend a grand reunion.
Thus far It has been deposited I
n the following chapters: Keystone, No. I
1*13, Buffalo, N. Y.; McKinley. No. 181.1
.' leveland, Ohio; King Cyrus, No. 133, Deroit,
Mich.; Keystone, No. t>, Indlarapois,
Ind.; Lincoln Park, No. 177, Chicago,
ill.; Prince Rupert. No. 52, Winnipeg,
Manitoba; Waecana. No. 121, Regina
Saskatchewan; Alberta, No. IOC. Calgary,
Vlberta; Vancouver, No. t?s, Vancouver,
3. C.; Ancient Frontenac and Catarqul.
<0. 1. Kingston. Ont.; Carnarvon, No. 5,
Montreal. Quebec; St. Paul, Boston,
Mass.; Providence, No. 1, Providence,
ft. I.; Pythagoras, No. 17, Hartford,
Tonn.. and Orange. No. 23, Orange. N. J.
The triangle has a syrrtbolic significance
n Royal Arch Masonry, and the object
if its circulation partakes of an esoteric
Music by the German singers of the
odge and an address by Rev. Dr. Cole, of
he Brookland Methodist Church, will be
'eatures of the grand visitation to Stans>ury
Lodge. No. 24. tomorrow nvnlnir
rhe lodgeroom has been handsomely decorated
with tiags loaned by Lansburgh
brothers, and the refreshments will be
furnished by the Ladies' Aid Society of
the lodge. A total increase of twelve
members, with four deaths, one dimlt and
>ne loss from other cause, with a total
membership of approximately 2r>5. Is the
record of the successful year enjoyed by
the lodge reported by Worshipful Master
William H. Fugett to the grand secretary
Meetinrs of the Indies' Auxiliary and
he Co.umbia Commandery drill team
viil be held In the asylum, of Columbia
lommanilery, No. U, Friday evening at
:30 o'clock. Columbia Commandery wi I
lend one of lta best drill teams to Denre
r in 1913, to compete for the first prize
>f $3,500 which has been offered in the
>ri*e drill to be held there. Dr. Frank
3. Gibson, generalissimo o* t"e comnandery.
who will in all probability be
?0 ? - *' II *??W Lt ?*- JI"
tial encampment takes place, is concertrating
all his efforts in the preparatio;
>f the team and is said to be quite sanlirine
that it will lead the other corn
nandery drill teams of the country in the
Besides the appropriation for the menorUl
(o ^laj. Archibald W, iiuit, in
- GREj
yith a banner week in all
id no values to match th
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in Genuine Quai
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Velvet Ru
5 $14.8
conjunction with the memorial bridge to
be constructed at Augusta, Ga.. Temple
Lodge. No. 32, Thursday evening took
important action connected with its name
which cannot be announced for publication
until approved by the Grand Lodge.
Following the communication the members
of the lodge and their guests for
the evening were served with a collation
at the New Ebbitt. The F. C. decree
was exemplified. Oliver T. Boyd of
Temple Lodge has been appointed assistant
passenger agent of the Pennsylvania
Ral road Company at Pittsburgh.
Pa. Benjamin S. Minor, another member,
has teen elected president of the
Washington Base Ball Club. Arthur C.
Moses, still another member, has been
elected president of the Wasnlngton
Board of Trade, and Paul Killian, also a
Templeite, has taken unto himself a wife,
according to announcements by Worshipful
Master Carter B. Keene.
An address by Dr. William M Davidson,
superintendent of public schools;
music by the lodge orchestra, D. B. MacLeod,
director: a vocal solo by Richard
P. Backing and the presentation of a testimonial
to Dr. Davidson on behalf of
the lodge by E. F. Colladay were the
program features at the grand visitation
to Acacia odge. No. 18, last Tuesday
evening. Extraordinary features were
an address by Past Grand Master Edward
N. Eubank of Virginia and Dr.
Daniel McFarlan, the only surviving: charter
member of the lodge, now Just past
his eighty-first birthday, who received
hearty congratulations from the lodge
membership. Rev. J Henning Nelms also
delivered a pleasing address.
National Lodge. No. 12, and King David
Lodge, No. 28, have both called ofT
their communications scheduled for Tuesday
evening, November 3,. "election
night," for obvious reasons.
Naval Lodge, No. 4, announces the exemplification
of the F. C. degree for its
communication November 7, when alsc
the grand visitation to the lodge will
take place. Junior Warden Court F.
Wood will officiate at the exemplification.
Benjamin B. French Lodge. No. 15. will
hold its annual memorial service Monday
evening, November 4. A special committee
is making the necessary arrangements.
Arminius Lodge, No. 25, will not "call
off" "election night." but will instead exemplify
the E. A. degree.
Tuesday evening, November 5. has been
set apart by Mithras Lodge of Perfection
for the consideration of amended by-laws
affe- ting the matter of dues and for the
exemplification of a degree, to be hereafter
announced. Arrangements have
been made with the Western Union Telegraph
Company for special wire service
and the election returns will be displayed
by bulletin and stereoptlcon throughout
the evening and until the "next President"
is known.
Kaliipolis Grotto. No. 15, Mystic Order
of Veiled Prophets of the Enchanted
Realm, will celebrate its "ladles' night"
KnV(>mh*i* ^7 at PollAiifst' U all A
sperlaai committee, headed by Castieman
P. Boss, has the matter in charge.
Dawson Dodge, No. 16, is to devote its
communication tomorrow evening to the
liscusa'.on of the Masonic and Eastern
Star Home proposition. The F. C. degree
was originally announced, but the right
>f way is to be given to the home completion.
and Worshipful Master Thomas
W. Bramhall hopes tinal action will be
reached in the matter. The F. C. degree
will be exemplified November 11.
At the reUgiou# services wWcU wen
I our departments?so we
lese in the District of Colt
50 f
lar Patterns $6.85
'tered Oak
:ts OC Q
5.00 ?^"0
i For This Poste
in i iii f f P Bed
- W If ill III n IL Heavy 1^2-incl
I Filler; Velve
yfjr|j|| |P 4 Finish ; Guaran
JIII Ji Jf* tee(^ Lacquer.
Value, $36.00.
Ft. 85c Brussc
gs, Carpets,
5 69c Yd
conducted at the Masonic and Eastern "t
Star Home last Sunday afternoon under se
the auspices* of Washington Centennial wl
Lodge, No. 14. Rev. Dr. J. J. Muir, chaplain
of the lodge, delivered the sermon. m<
The congregation joined in singing a m
number of familiar hymns. The attend- ar
anre was unusua ly large, many ladies st
being present. Visitors attending the Ss
services were convei'ed from the cars at wi
Georgia avenue and Rittenhouse street N<
In the home bus and in automobiles own- a
ed by members of the lodge, who kindly Ai
placed them at the disposal of the wor- 17
shipful master for the occasion. Ib
The following officers of the lodge were In
In attendance: Wallace Streater, wor- Oi
shipful master; Jason Waterman, se- Fi
nior warden; Leonard P. Steuart, jupior dii
warden; Janw-s S. McCarthy, junior dea- lif
con; E. A. Clyde Hoge, junior steward, an
and Rev. Dr. J. J. Muir, chaplain. W
The enthusiasm and interest manifested
by the members of the Fellowship Club *n
at its meeting, held last Saturday even- P*
ing. is said to warrant the prediction of ^
continued success of the club. The meet- *?
nig was largely attenuea anu jonn ?.. "
Rhodes, president, presided. After the obligation
of four new members, and the fr
reports of several committees were dis- ^
posed of the club by a unanimous vote
donated $lhO to furnish a room at the
Masonic and Eastern Star Home and formulated
plans to increase its donation to
this worthy cause. f.
At the conclusion of the business meeting
Past Grand Master Lurton R. Ginn .1
was Introduced and made an impressive .
address, during which he gave a com- jr;'
plete and detailed history of the Masonic ?
and Eastern Star Home, and spoke of its ^
urgent needs for the future. He was ?
accorded hearty applause. . ,
Past Grand Master J. Claude Kieper . .
and Carter B. Keene, worthy master of
Temple Lodge, No. ;12, both of whom are .?
honorary members of the club, were .
present and addressed the meeting. The xV.
social program concluded with a half i "
hour of mystery by M. W. Drennan, a lo- ~?(
cal prestidigitator.
Work is rapidly progressing in the reconstruction
of Takoma Lodge building: to
at Takoma Park, due to the construction i at
of a subway on Cedar street. A new
loan has been made on the property and j
the lodge expects to have the improve- gj-t
menta completed about December 1. ias
At the communication Tuesday even- jy
ing the entered apprentice degree was Su]
exemplified by Senior Warden Howard S. : r.
Fisk, in the presence of a large gath-1 for
er.ng of members and visitors, ayiong! nje
them many past masters. It was an-' pa]
nounced that the annual grand visitation | on
would take place November Li. The of-' pa
fleers of Takoma Lodge will attend In a ! eq,
body the grand vis.tation at Stansbury Ma
Lodge, No. 24, Monday night. tu,
Secretary J. B. Derrick reported that ai*
wie uicmiioiaui|i ut iaauiua i^uugc ai irii3 I pj-<
end of the past Masonic year was 143, 1 ani
an increase of fourteen members. This i ch
number has been increased during the I by
present month. in^
? (JOl
Benjamin B. French Lodge, No. 15, will
have Kev. Ulysses G. B. Pierce of the All ,
Souls' Unitarian Church as its orator of jla
the evening at Its annual memorial exer- fG.
cises, No . ember 4. The program will b .
begn with a quartet offering, "Lead, !t?
Kindly Light," by Charles E. Meyers. of
Melville D. Hensey. Roland R. Rodrlck t
and Charles W. Moore, with Oscar A
Danzenbaker as organist. Prayer will
be offered by Rev. E. Hez Swem. pas- C"
tor of the Centennial Baptist Church, fr
and at the close of the services prayer ,
will be offered and the benediction pronounced
by Rev. John M. Schick, chaplain
of the lodge and pastor of the Grace
Reformed Lutheran Church. Charles E. t
Meyers will sing "The Star Spangled 1
Banner." as a solo, with quartet accom- ret
paniment, and Charles W. Moors a solo, da
offer the finest Furnitur
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41 I TiUU Polish or Satin Fin
ish. Value, $23.
Another Lot of Genuine Brai
Seamless and rolled edge?actual
value, for
j (No Phone or Mail Orders )
i Only one to a cus comer.
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leaven Is My Home." by Morsell. The ei
lection "In Memorlam." by Randolph, e,
II be sung by the quartet. A
Ten name? are inscribed upon the meorial
roll?William H. Mickle, jr.. a life ni
ember, who was raised April 24, 1880, a'
id was murdered at his store, 1004 7th 9'
reet northwest, November 1(5, 1911; tl
imuel P. Pearson, a life member, who M
as raised December 2, 18(57. and died E
ovember 10, 1911; Joseph K. Potter, also ec
past high priest of Mount Horeb Royal tc
[ L-ii v_.napi.er. ?\u. i, who was raisea iviay ?'
, 1803, and died October 10, 1911; James 8t
ay, who was raised March 12, 1878, in w
dependence Orange Lodge, No. 138, of
ange, Va., affiliated w-ith Benjamin B.
-eneh Lodge, November 15, 1897, and
ed May 1, 1912; Archibald I. Rogers, a ul
e member.'who was raised July 80, 1883, w
d died February 26, 1912; Rear Admiral ^
iniield Scott Schley, who was made a
ason "at sight" by Grand Master John a<
. Small, jr.. October 21, 1809, when all a,
e degrees were received by special dls- w
nsation, and died October 2, 1911, a P1
ason of the thirty-third degree honorary *r
the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite to
the Southern Jurisdiction; William
nft, a life member, who was raised Oc- sc
ber 31, 1890, and died April 5, 1912; a
muel Edward Slater, a life member, ,
no was raised September 8, 1806, served
e lodge as its worshipful master in ar
82, and died May 20, 1912; Joseph Tys- u?
wski, who was raised February 23. P(57,
and died October 16, 1911, and
>renzo Vanderhoef, a life member, who
is raised September 25, 1863, in Harrisile
Lodge, No. 137, of Lodi, Ohio, affilied
with Benjamin B. French Lodge
jm Valley City Lodge, No. 86, of Grand
ipids, Mich., May 6, 1878, and died in
>s Anreles, Cal., September 16, 1912.
'he handsome announcement of Woripful
Master Harry L. Strang, jr., conns
the portrait and a brief biography of
ch of the deceased members named. It
also accompanied by a comprehensive
itement of the conditions touching the
isonic and Eastern Star Home, by
?retary E. St. Clair Thompson, an earst
appeal for substantial donations by
>se members who can afford to make
?m for the completion of the Home
d the request that the lodge be enabled
make a tinal report upon the subject
the grand visitation November 18.
ireme Chapter, No. 10. at its annual
ind visitation, which occurred at its
:t meeting, presented a very beautifuldecorated
chapter room, planned and
E>erintended by Worthy Matron Mrs. G.
Haley, who was highly complimented
it. Worthy Grand Matron Mrs. Fan- J
! Taylor was presented with a hand- |,
[nted punchbowl by Maud Fellheimer,
behalf of the chapter; Worthy Grand J
tron CTharies F. Roberts, with a full ah
jipment of traveling bag articles, by j0,
ibelle Hagan, and Worthy Grand Lec- th
rer Mary E. Teachum, with a cutlss
fruit bowl, by Ida Huston. The
jgram of the evening included music th
d addresses, the former by the Martha be
apter, No. 4, quartet, with a recitation th
Eva Love of Areme Chapter. Follow;
the grand visitation the degrees were
iferred. mi
Lt its meeting Thursday evening Wil- ]
m F. Hunt Chapter, No. 16, added F
irteen new names to its list of mem- *
rs and also decided to fall in line with "u
$3 per member for the building fund ju
the Masonic and Eastern Star Home. ha
>uring the evening the chapter was m,
tertained with several solos by Mrs. '
tzel Wagner-Rceder, accompanied by . J
irry G. Kimball, and a recitation by IP'
s. Julia N. Streater, past grand ma
VactATCi Gtar Va4ab -.f
jyaav^iu micu A*vtwo. in
luth Chapter. No. 1. O. E. 8.. at Its
;ular meeting at Brlghtwood Hall Mon- ou
y evening, after the initiation of eev* tk
e, Rugs, Carpets and
artered ^
k Match
$2 Nottingham
Lace Curtains,
'5 s0 IrishlPoint
Lace Cu^ains, 4
$3.7& PrJ
)S r*
*al candidates and routine work, wa
itertained with a vocal solo by Mr
kers, a piano solo by Mr. Craely and
landolin and piano duet by Mrs. Ha
ad Mr. Kirijou. The chapter voted t
uarantee $3 per capita for each sister <
>e chapter toward the completion of th
[asonic and Eastern Star Home. Mr
. Zimmerman, worthy matron, appoini
1 Mrs. C. Loefller, past worthy matroi
i head the committee for raising th
scessary funds. " Refreshments wer
:rved in the entertainment hall, whic
as decorated in beautiful Hallowee
Martha Chapter. No. 4, at its last res
ar meerting initiated seven candidate:
hich concludes toe work for the curren
?ar. Thursday the chapter will folio:
s usual custom and give the old folk
: the Masonic and Eastern Star Horn
Hflll/WAPii rtarfv Wnrthv Wtitrnn \fr?
oodward has arranged a tine musics
ogram, which will be followed by re
eshments and the presentation of gift
the old folks. On November 18 t?
and visitation by the grand officers I
heduled for this chapter, at which tlm
good program' will be rendered.
The board of managers of the Mason!
id Eastern Star Home will hold its reg
ar meeting tomorrow afternoon at
m.. at the Masonic Temple, in th
astern Star room.
Oct. 28?Langdon. No. 20. decree. Beacon.
No 15. and Covenant. No. 15,
Oct. 29?Washington, No. 6, ttrst decree.
Golden Hule. No. 21, degree.
Aniltv, No. 27, visitation.
Oct. 30?Eastern, No. 7; Harmony, No.
9. and Federal C-lty, No. 20.
degree. Friendship, No. 12.
Oct. 31?Columbiu, No. 10. degree. Excelsior,
No. 17, and .Salem, No.
22. business.
Nov. 1?Metropolis. No. 1C. degree. Central,
No. 1. and Phoenix. No.
28, business.
Oct. 30?Columbian, No. 1, degree.
a ?? r r*r?
nrior.&Aii ljuuvits.
Oct. 28?Esther. No- 5, l>ubim\sg and social.
Nov. 1?Miriam, No. tt. degree.
Nov. 2?Canton Washington, No. 1, drill
and social session.
Hustle and bustle are said to be th
agans of the local lodges of Odd Pel
ws in the making of preparations fo
e big joint rally that will take plac
ovember 10 in the big auditorium o
e New Willard Hotel. Reports hav
en received showing that the class fo
e degrees will be a record-breakini
le, and that Harrisonburg and Rich
ond, Va., as well as Baltimore, wil
nd candidates.
Not only the District of Columbia Od<
sllows are Interested in the big rally
it those from the Maryland and Virgin^
rlsdictlons as well, and all of them wil
.ve candidates on hand to receive th<
ysterles of Odd Fellowship.
Vt the meeting of the general commit
a on rally In the auditorium of Ode
(Hows' Hall Thursday evening, whicl
is attended toy Grand Master F. A
oom and Grand Secretary W. A Jonei
Maryland, as well as representativeam
nearly every lodge in the Distrlci
Colombia, the flnal preparations foi
e rally were made and the word seni
t that the class for the degrees is al
at remains to be worked upon. Grea
Draperies at practically w
is enthusiasm was shown and additional
s pledges to increase the number of candi^
dates were made.
11 Amity Lodge, No. 27. is looking forward
0 to a genera! good time Tuesday evening
)f when Grand Master Gerberich and his
ie officers will make their annual grand vials
tation. The lodge is said to be working
l" with unusual zeal to increase its num1?
ber of candidates for the grand rally No6
irom Vwie 1Q on/1 l/ulirac on<4 tka
? V/i" ?JV a i (uiu uiiuv.1 sveugsvo ?wv* vt?v
'.e membership are extending encouragement
11 and will doubtless be present Tuesday
n evening.
During the past week Eastern Lodge,
No. 7. received a visit from Grand Mas'
ter Gerberich and h's corps of officers
^ There was a large attendance both of the
'. local members and representatives of
8 lodges outside the District. The exame
ination of the- officers was reported satls?:
factory and the inspection of the lodge
[ books showed that although the lodge
\ has been called upon to bury eight mem8
bers since January 1, the membership Is
? on the increase and the financial condl3
ticn of the lodge improving. The lndicae
tions are that the lodge will have a large
class for degree work at the rally November
10. When the official business of the
c visit was completed those present ad-1
? journe to the banquet room for refresh-!
~ ments.
The visit of the Grand Encampment officers
to Fred D. Stuart Encampment.
No 7, Tuesday evening, was very enjoyable.
The encampment officers were reported
proficient in the matter of rendering
the unwritten work and the books
showed increase in membership and
finances. Refreshments were served at
the close of the official visit.
Army Orders.
Majs. James P. Mclndoe and James B.
Cavanaugh, Corps of Engineers, will report
by letter to the Secretary of Commerce
and Labor for consultation as
members of a board to be designated by
the Secretary of Commerce and Labor
to consider and report upon the most
feasible, advantageous and economical
method of providing suitable aids to
navigation on or near the extremity of
the south jetty at the mouth of the Columbia
river. Ore.
e Capt. James L. Walsh, ordnance depart_
ment. will proceed to Fort Washington,
r Md., and Fort Hunt and Fort Myer, Va.,
for the purpose of making an inspection
of the nrmament and fire-control material
f it Forts Washington and Hunt and of
e the three-inch field artillery materials in
r possession of Batterie D. E and F, ltd
Field. Arti'lery, at Fort Myer.
3 Private Thomas E. Gushwa, 182d Com*
pany. Coast Artillery Corps, now at the
* tin n J 1 ft a
I waiter netu u^Hcmi nuapuai, navmg
enlisted under fa se pretenses, will bs
3 discharged without honor.
First Lieut. Loren H. Call. Coast Ar?
tillery Corps, will proceed to Marblehead,
i Mass., for the purpose of receiving ln1
struction in the operation of aeroplane* 1
=, at the factory of the Burgess Company A 1
Capt. Harold P. Howard, Quartermaster 1
- Corps, will proceed to Hermosa, S. D., I
1 and Crawford, Neb., on official business
i pertaining to the purchase of public anl- '
. mals. i
3 Capt. Frank P. Amos, 11th Cavalry. 1
? is detailed for duty in charge of con- ]
t struction work at Fort Oglethorpe. Ga. 1
r The fol owing changes in the stations <
t of officers of the Medical Corps are or- 1
1 dered: Ma J- John A. Murtagh. frm Frt '
t Leavenworth, Kan., to duty Witb Field f
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Mahogany |
To Match Dresser |
Note the Handsome f!
New Design i
Value, $50.00
30x60 Smyrna |
Rugs, |
98c 1
27x54 Velvet |
Rugs, |
$1.85 1
Hospital No. 3; MaJ. Frederick M Hartrock.
from Fort Wayne, Mich , to F rt
l?eavenworth, Kan.; Maj. Reuben B. Miller.
from duty at the Army and Navy
General Hospital. Hot Springs. Ark., t>?
Fort Wayne, Mich.; First I^ieut. Janes
F. Johnston, from the Presidio of S m
Francisco, Cal., to Fort McDowell, Cai.
United States Army tug Castle, at engineers'
wharf, Potomac Park, from a
cruise on the Potomac: scow Bush, ai
Alexandria, with poplar wood from Dog u
creek for I?. A. Clarke & Son. to i>shipped
to Weat Virginia; power ba g>
Isabel, cord wood from Nomlni creek. :n
James creek, for Robert Murphy; bar '<
Bailey, from Baltimore, at Georgetown,
j with coaJ for gas company; power b<-a;
Dandy, at Alexandria, to load merchandise
for Potomac creek, Va.; power can >e
Joe Trice, oysters in the shed, from a
Potomac point for the llth street wh.irr
market; tug Kenmore. towing a cot:laden
barge from Baltimore to Georgetown;
tug Wlnship, at Georgetown, w ih
coal-carrying boats in tow; tug Powhatan,
with a tow of lighters, at District
sand wharf foot of Oth street southi
west; power boat Jewel.eoyste.a, from
Pocomoke sound at llth street w.&rf for
l the market; tug Rosalie, at Alexandi a.
I with lighters; Eleanor Russell, wood fi >ni
Cblcomuxen creek.
8chooner Stiver Star, light, for Pohjck
creek to load lumber back to this city,
sloop Hermanson, light, for the easttiu
Shore of Chesapeake bay to load sw.-et
potatoes for the market here; schooner
Julia and Annie, light, from Alexandria
to load back to this city; power canoe
Joe Trice, light, for the lower Potomac
to load oysters in the shell for the market
here; schooner Two Sisters, light,
for a down-river point to load; bat ge
WJssehiekon. Nanjemoy and Hampton,
light, from Georgetown In tow of tug
Kenmore for Chesapeake bay points; tu<
James O. Carter, light, for Coal Handing.
Aqula creek, after barge Patuxent and
lighter Boo Hoo for Alexandria; pov < r
boat Daisy, from Alexandria for Piscutaway
creek with mercnaiidise; s.oup
Kitty, from Alexandria to load oyst? is
back to that market; tug Eugen e with a
tow at lis-hters from 14th street whart
for digging grounds down river.
Sloop Volunteer and schooner S. E.
Colbourd are reported on their way to
this city with oysters in the shell; schooner
Mary Ann 8bea is in Aquia creek to
load cord wood for the local dealers;
power boat Isabel Is in James creek, w.li
go to Nomlnl creek to load cord wood,
scow Bush is chartered to load pulp
wood lo Broad creek for Alexandria;
schooner Elisabeth Clarke is in Noaaini
creek to load hack to this cky; schooner
Federal H1U has sailed from Baltimore
for the Rappahannock river to load lumber;
schooner Willie Clarence is In low or
Machodoc creek to load oysters in t e
shell for the market here; schooner Mabel
and Ruth Is due at this city with lumber
from North Carolina; schooner Bern*
May is in Nanjamoy creek to load oord
wood for this market; schooner Earl B stoe
Is at a river point to load oord wood
for the dealers here; econoner Lottie
rhomas la in the lower river loading
waters for the Washington marked

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