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THE EVENING TIMES, WASHINGTON,. WEDNESDAY, APEIL 11, 1000.
LANSBURGH & BRO. Washington's Favorite Store. DANCED INTO ffljfflDTC The Mad Passion of a Factory Girl foi' Wallziiiff. Heirs of a Millionaire Searching for His Will. Notions Special. We wouldn't attempt to approxi mnte the number of people who depeud upon this store for notions and dressmakers' supplies. Three unexcelled interests are back of our assertion great varieties, right qualities, and the lowest prices: Rings for Pulley Belts iu black, gilt, and nickle 1 c Good Toilet Pins, 400 count, 2 papers 5c Nickle-plated Safety Pins, 2 papers 5c All-wool Brush Binding, black only, per yard 5c Feather Stitched Braid, new patterns 5c Hold-fast Placket Fasteners, per dozen oc Taffeta Silk Seam Binding, white, black, and colors, per piece 7C Sitk Stitched Whalebone Cas iiif, 9 yd pieces, per piece.. 8c Good Black Sewing Silk, stamped 100 yds, per do? . 20c Hookon Hose Supporters, iu black and colors, per pair 2 1 C Many other items of equal in Icrest. Lansburgh& Bro Leaders in Notions.. 420 (0 426 Seventh Street. :-: I "i our credit is alwavs good here foi all the Turniture and House- T luiiHbiuii juu wrui ii im area some Matting a Bab Carnage Go Cart or Furniture of any descrip tion make jour selection from our mammoth stock, and tell us that j oh will pa j the bill weekh or 1110 u th J as jou can spare the inottej CREDIT Is free and our prices remain the same, whether jou pa cash or not "We fit and tack all Matting down free of cost and i ou are charged onlj with the actual namber of yards required to coer jour floor A fine line of Bab Carnage-, at $10 and ?lr Complete with satin para sols and all improvements GROWS Mammoth Credit House, 517. 519. 521. 625 7th St. N. W., Bet. H and I Sts. KNABE Pianos Khtr Make Citrlchta at All 1 rrl. riA.os ron rticvr. Wm. Knabe & Co.. 1209 Pa. Ave. N. W. Only $1.00. Fine Nickel-steel Frames with Crystal Lenses accurately fitted to your eyes. Old gUE.es taken in exchange Oppenheimer's, M MTACTUMNO OPTICIAN, 514 9th Street N. W. The Angelas Piano Player Cm inxtantlv be adjusted to anr piano Grand, Square, or Ipnclit, and anvone can plaj it without anj knouledgc of music ubatevcr. llfcitals from 2 to 5 o'tlock dailj at Droop's Music House, 92s Pen n a. Ave. Stcinwav and other Iead.ng Pianos. TUEIII! teeth: tcry best set of teeth made. ?i: 22 karat cold crown, $3 50, Gold fillings, 75c up Teeth extracted without pun, 26c. Itcmeinber, no expense atUi led to this office. DR. PATTOX Dentist, 1213 Twelfth St. '-'ii'ii'.i'ii'i.'..'i.V.i'.i,ii'.,V.i'..'.i'.i'.i'-' T"T Never T Aina I the Money! X I jfSgp H Vilrv Dnuvcr n VII Hie "Winter lIopM mill Mnvtiucriulc. le It Overcome 1 Her Feicr for Terp-sii-linronii Honors :uil A lilrls Iler elf Into 11 Terrible Denieiitln. BRIDGEPORT, Conn, April 11 Jennie Harwiu, a factoij girl, ha& danced herself into a madhouse The joung woman is now an inmate of the insane pailion, where she waltzes until forciblj restrained l the officials. She was the en of huu dieds of joung women because of her pop ularly among the joung beaus, who eager 1 sought her at all dances She has taken seeral piizes this winter at masquerades and hops gien by arious organiz tions. At these functions she was alwajs sur rounded by joung men seeking a number on her programme. A few weeks ago Miss Harwitz became melancholj. Her shopmates noticed the change from her usual happy disposition lut thej did not know what to attribute it to Yesterday she decided not to go to work, but remained in her home, at Xo 20 Hamilton Street. Suddenlj she was seized with mania, and taking n chair, began to waltz about the room Eerj thing in the wav fell be fore her with a crash, including bnc-a-brar on a table The occupants of the house tried to restrain her but their efforts onlj maddened the girl, and she dashed about wildl until help came She was remoed to the insane pallion. where the cniplojOb aie obliged to watch her closelj to preent her becoming undulj excited The oung woman has had a pission for dancing and during the last winter has been night after, night at receptions She learned to dance when a little girl and since then has won main prizes for heH graceful steps. The phjdciani think she will recoer her mind if she is restrained for a while PARIS BUSILY AT WORK. Mriiiiou ntr.irlH "MjiUi'hk' for the Imposition. PUtIS pnl 11 Tremendous pressure is being exerted to complete the exposition building suffickutH to allow of pioper opening on Saturdaj. The scaffoldings are fa-t disappearing and the wilderness of bricks and mortar is being train-formed into attractive gardens V group of Trench and American artists, going over the grounds was unanimouslj of the opinion that the reallj notable feat ure of the exposition, as far as beaut is concTBed is the Alexander the Third bridge probablj the most beautiful work of its kind the world can show, and it so happens that it is in cIoe proimitj to the muican pavilion. Last touches to the in tenor decoratiou of this building are no being made n immense number of workmen ar med in Paris in the last few davs and ages have cone up to astounding prices trtain skiU?d workmen are making $10 to 1 , a daj The official programme of the opening will be issued todaj The ceremom will 1k er simple About 12 000 persons will Ih admitted including the whole Parlia ment and all Ministers and mbassador, including Dr Lewis and the Papal Nuncio One of the mo-t important tourist agencies stated that it hid exactly the tame num ber of applications for tickets and placs now as was the case in the same week of 1SV ihe occasion of the last great exhibi tion This would seem to indicate that Parih will hae this ear about the same nun b r of English 'visitors as then whicr will be below the estimate formed bv au thorn les and hotel keepers Certainlj the Transvaal war will cut a large figure in i lie i umber of isitors SPURRED ON TO MARRIAGE. Pru-sl Hint Mm KinU In Pne Hiinilrvtl A eiltliiiKTM. SOITH BETHLEHEM Pa April 11 The Rev Philip McEnroe still believes that marriage is a neessarj step to true hap piness and a necessarv adjunct to a moral life He thinks the joung people of his parish need no further advice on the sub ject and he looks to a healthj boom in jthe matrimonial market after Easter The voting men in the parish are awak ening to the fact that the "best and pret tiest girls in the State are in the Holv Infancv congregation and the priest ex pects that ZOO of them will soon be happy wives The good pnet enjovs grcatlj the let ters he receives particularlj those from men who desire widows In nianj cases the men who want widows are widowers John C Clark of Kansas, is one of them He is fiftv-two vears old. has eight grown sons and a farm of 120 acres, which is en- I tirely free from debL He also has some j monej saved He thinks a widow vsould be more economical than a single girl He has been married twice both wives being dead After calling attention to all his own good qualities Clark asks that the priest also use his influence to get a widow for his neighbor, a bachelor forty-nine years old, who has a big farm on which there is a mortgage of onlv 51,100 A joung fellow from Xew York, who beg3 the priest not to mention his name, wiites that, from whit he has seen of girls, he thinks a widow would make him the bettor wife He is a compositor bj trade jnd vvcrks at night. He thinks a widow would know how to keep herself occupied during the daj so she would not be lone some for him He prefers a blonde, be tween the ages of twenlj-five and thirtj, and savs as he was born in the countrj, he prefers a wife from the countrj A widow fiom Paterson wants a joung husband She savs her friends saj she is anew woman, and she thinks an old hus band would be too much out of date for her stjle of living Tather McEnroe has answered onlj one of the letters. This was to a widower named Harking In a Massachusetts town The priest wrote him two letters and re ceived three and then made up his mind that the fellow was a fake and wrote him his opinion of him Father McEnroe will pay no more attention to anj letters he re "cclves Spring Fever During the winter, extra work is thrown upon the various organs of the bodj Spring makes this manifest. The appe tite becomes poor, sleep restless, bowels constipated; sometimes there Is djspep sia, liver or kidney troubles Life seems not worth living This is the time to take Hostetter's Stomach Bitters It is better than any other spring tonic in the worla. It refreshes, strengthens, rebuilds a TRIVATj: REVENUE STAMP covers tho neck of the bottle. I"e Hostetter's Conqueror r4. of stomach Stomach ins Bitters. $& ;. dPi wM S -' '' i t. i 'L v v '( r hi rk&feM ' ? . ' 1- $P tfl With , 'jWUfolhl' t Mill tybh"' . - iiir-' film f - r III?1!! si tfJilil s - r $WK if iPlllf A. sHr if K(m tit r je 1 . " Ia k.M fitm& " v v v ImW ,fi, ' f ? mSs Jtev jit xx A IVIN'I (Mt(. M)Ii: .( N. This dtliciouslv ool Summer costunu is made of pink and white striotd or gandie with trimming of black lice in-iUion and edging The gown is made on a foundation of pink taffeta which shows prrttilj through the bande of delicate black lace insertion V cart less twist and knot of black sntin ribbon is worn ah a belt SOCIAL AND PERSONAL The President and Mrs. McKinlej will go to Xew York for a visit of several dajs on Saturdiv, pril 21 Mrs Hobart with her son Garret A Hobart arrived in Washington shortlj aft er C o'clock jesterd ij afternoon The Pres ident and Mrs McKinlev drove to the train to welcome their guests which is an un usual courtesv and one the Pre-ident sel dom has an opportunitv to extend to vis ltors to the White House A great number of the friends of the late Vice President and Mrs Hobart called at the White House to leave tlipir cnrilh Into in Ihn after- noon and nianv beautiful bouquets were ""g of Matthew vicvej anil me outornu also sent to Mrs Hobart Mrs Hobart i 'rgs and in short order the buildings and her son will pass the remainder of the week as the guests of the President and Mrs McKinlev The Countess von Moltke Huitfeld for racrlj Mis Louise Bonaparte of this citj is visiting her mother Mine IJonipirte at the residence of the family in K Street This is the Countess first visit to this countrj since her marriage three vears ago Mr lerome Bonaparte went to Xew York to meet his sister Mine Bonaparte will give a number of handsome dinner pirties and other societj affairs during the Easter holidavs in honor of her daughter Miss Ann Harlan a niece of Justiee Harliu is the guest of Mr and Mrs J Ralph Emerj at their home in the Green Spring Vallej. near Baltimore The marriage of Miss Caroline delaide Perrj and Mr Harrj Dodge Jenkins win take place pril 2G at S o clock at St ndrevv's Church the Rev. Ur Perrj uncle of the bride-elect, ofhciatiiig Mis Perrj is the daughter of the late Judge and Mrs Xew man Kershaw Perrj, of Co lumbia, S C Mr Jenkins is a resident of Washington He came to this citj from Chicago three jears ago and is an archi- i tect in the office of Henrj Ives Cobb Mrs Victonne B Jcnkfns, mother of the pros pective bridegroom, is the founder of the Ceramic Club of Washington Her work as an artist is well known in Baltimore and Chicago Her parents were former ly of Baltimore Her mother was a de scendant of Lord Baltimore. The full choral service will be chanted at the wed ding The ushers will be Mr Prank Up man, Mr. Harrj Brown, Mr Carej Xalle, and Mr. .Percy Melbourne Mr. Frank Perrj will be best man, and Mr. Xew man Perry, who is a student at Annapolis and brother of (he bride, will give her hand in marriage The bridesmaids will be Miss Marguerite Chew, Miss Kathenno Pari, of Baltimore, Miss Taith Perry and Miss May Harris Miss Emilj Perry will be maid of honor. Mr and Mrs Jenkins will resido in Washington The marriage of Miss Mary E Rabbi tt, of Moutgomerj County. Md . and Mr. John C C Patterson will occur nei.t Wednes daj evening, at the Eastern Presbyterian Church The ceremonj will be performed bj Rev Bjron Sunderland, D D, and the ushers will be Mr W. K Flora. Mr John Koons Mr Claude Dook&ej. and Mr Raj mond Dojle Mr and Mrs Preston Gibson, v.hos" marriage occurred several months ago, are now visiting Mr. and Mrs Thoma Nelson Page. Arrived From I,lv criiool. XEW YORK. April 11 Among the pas sengers who arrived this morning on the steamship Oceanic from Liverpool and Queenstown were: L W. Bates, John H. ery, R L Campbell. J P Cudahy, A Butler Duncan, G Drage, M P , Charles T. Fox, D L Gillespie, Capt. Adr'an E Graves, Captain Hewitt, Major J Eustace Jameson, M P.; A. J. Forbes Leith, C. H. McLean, C. W. Oaklej. George Rjder Ouzej, Russell Perkins, his Excellency Phlja Prasiddhi. Siamese Minister to Great Britain; Capt'N P. Stewart, Lord Her bert Van Tempest, the Earl of Warwick; Lieutenant Colonel Woodhull, and Regi nald Ward. Automobile for a Vniulcrliili. CHICAGO, April 11 -William K Van derbllt, of Xew York city, has placed an order with the Wood Motor Vehicle Com panj, cf Chicago, for a victoria electric carriage which will cost about $5,000. Tho contract was given with instructions that no expense was to be spared In. making it one of the hanasomest and best equipped autcinoliks in the world TIRES AT ELKTOIJ. Tat iii II n 1 1 ill ii (ii null I"or'St Df - til in ( ell (on in. ELKTOX Md nril 11 fire in Me- ihanic i dlle Cecil countj, de-.trojed the large fnme duelling house and out buildings on the farLi of Matthew M ev-H together with about even jears crop of wheat farming utensils, etc The large barn, carnage house, and con tents adjoining the Matthew McVej farm, belonging to Robert Mcev were also de stroved The dwelling house caught fire, but was saved from destruction The fire originated in the. birn of Robert McVej 1 and sooi caught the carnage house I -parks from this lire set tire to the lvcl- were soon a seething mass of flames The loss will aRgregnte several thousand doll irs upon which there is some insur ance The origin of the fire is a invstcv ror more than four davs forest fires have bee'i ragiug near Elkton Several hundred acres of timber and fencing htvp been swept amv In some Instances fan Hies residing near the fire were com pelled to fight the tire in order to prevent the destruction of their properties Iter Dinner Take Hcod's Pills Aid siriilationof food a3- digestion, prevent and cre constipation Oet Hood's 25c of druggists or C I Hood & Co . Lowell, Mass. RING UP 'PHONE 772 for All Kinds Sewing Machine Repairing, Renting. I 1 Oc a Day. C. AUEUBACH, 7 & H. Trv our new Bicycle Ball Bearinp; "Domestic," Silent as the Tick of a Watch. ap5 cod tf ;i.; T 7 1 'tti.i ; Mide cntiich fif INTIU W II CAT. I Weakness is a Crime when health and st length are so easily w ithin reach of all. Delicious, wholesome, nourishing Biead, Bolls, Cakes, and Pastry w Inch "OUR NEW SOUTH" FLOUR. X "Our New South" Flour iu- Auriably makes is the rem ? edy. T i'TTry it, and jou will ue it exclu t snelj, as thou'ands of others arc doinfj. YOUR GROCER SELLS IT. s- W. H. Tenny 6c Sns, 'X CvPITL MILLS, SCTH &. WATER STS 4-I-H I' I M-H-H-H-H-H-I-M-M"!"!- UNEEDA BISCOIT. I DOMFST1C. jjjV fg5P An Emergency In AVhlch tlie Appcnr nnve of n Ii ofeHsIonnl Cracksman AVoiilii IIne Ileen Corillallj A el comeil V I'vtliueimin AVorKlnp " n JsiibHtitute Urllllne Meel i'lutei. NEW YORK, April 11 Heirs and rela tives of the late Mahlon C. Martin, mil lionaire rubber and oil king, who died on April 5, at Xew Brunswick. X J, were gathered around a safe in hs library jes- terday while- a policeman was trjlng to forco it open and take from it bank ac counts of nearlj J 1,000,000 and a will tell ing of the disposition of that amount. When Mr. Murtin died his will was in his safe and no one knew the combination. In addition to the bank accounts and the will, it is supposed to contain several bags of gold coin. A real old time burglar, tame and well behaved, was what was reallj needed, but such cannot be had at demand, so the helr3 called in Policeman John Taulkner, the safe wrecker of the police department of Xew Brunswick, who for several jears has gone from place to place in Middlesex countj opening safes the combinations of which had been buried with their owners He was sent to the beautiful Martin residence, on the Raritan, jesterday, and he soon concluded that he had tackled the contract of his life In the first place, it was necessary to work his way through three fireproof doors in the vault ief jre he reached the safe itself The safe v as small enough, but had been constructed so that It was worth j to hold the great treasures within Professional cracksmen would have had the hardest sort of a time with it. Fauljkner found that It was built tf the best chilled steel plates, and that orifinary safe bits were soon luined after contact with it He flnallj began drawing the steel rivets and removing plate after plate. As he worked, the Missea Martin sisters of the dead man, watched the proceedings, and other relatives waited in another room Taulkner worked hard, and it s expected that some time todaj the will, bank books, and bags of gold coin will be taken out. Mr Martin was not married Three sis ters Mrs Abbej and the Mtsces Martin Snd one brother survive him He was poor when a boj, but was known as the first man to laj an oil pipe line in Peniujlva- nia He was tlt -nine jears old anil died apoplexj soon aft. - his return from Southern California where he and hi sis ters had been spending the winter REPUDIATES HIS LOSSES V speculator "W lio "Wat Short on 'Iiiiril v(-niit- IinoLc the Lnii. WORCESTER Mass pril 11 Because A heeler one of W orceter s cttv fa thers sold ?hort in Third Vvenue just be fore that road was absorbed bj the Metro politan he is now suing his brokers J L McLean &. Co of Boston for $6 5f 0 the amount he lost as a result of the advance AN EASTER SOUVENIR FREE With Each Loaf of CORBY'S "Mother's Bread" Sold Friday. As an 1-astir ;retlinff to our p3tr ru f will cie awji I n la) with each loa! of ' MOTIIFK'fe RiikAD o!d a bat t.il -ojvt mr Ite sure jou -ectire oiw' vlwats ul-hi on Iiavin t orln ' MOTH HI "i lilt! 0 '-it rontiin 20 per ?nt more nutr tntnt tlun anv other Itreail our jrrxcr MU UoTHHfN Itltl 1 -rcf m -ul u tutfa Lverv loaf 'tamped Corby's Modern Bakery, 2335 Brightwood Ae. apll tf Your inspection solicited. Ladies' Spring Suits and Costumes tailored and designed by experts. We shall make from a 'election of European importa tions of moot unique fabrics, RarraenU thai mut appeal to the good taste of iminn i,""11 ed ladies. To gain jour patronage we shall make to order $50 Suits for $35, $55 Suits for $40. No deposit n required, and we assure a per feet fit in all cases HARRY SCHWALB, Ladies' Tailor and Importer, apG-7t 13:5 F STRLLT N W. Eyeglasses Free 5 for 10 Days. Our graduate Opticians will examine your - ejes, and sell a GOLD Eyeslaw frame for T OM: DOLLMl, and pre you 8ne Iensea j absolutely FKEE, with morocco cue, and f eyeclasi chain, t This is a $4 Outfit for $1. i i Spectacles at same special prices GERMAN OPTICAL 412 Seventh St. N.W. CO., J. Trft,.f. THIS eve on f I PC ABSOLUTELY ran no Royal Baking Powder ity, always pure, wholesome, uniform. The contents of each can are exactly like every other, and will retain their strength and fresh ness and produce the same and the highest leavening effect in any climate, at any time.' ROYAL MAKING rO'OI r Z" There is a law on Uip Massachusetts stat ute books vvhieh savs that an one lodiag money in st&tk transactions where it can be shown that there was no itentkn to actuallv buv or sell the stock can recorer the amount of his ks. Xo on has taken advantage of this statute before as the vic tims of the bucket shops preferred to avwM Iullicit When Third Vvenue -oared skyward Mr U hwlor uat. iinahl to rnrer bin margin and when he was clo-ed out he a- several thnticini! ilnllarc in floKt in hiu hrnkorm who broucht suit acain-t him As this fn a mihi,oir- tn hi. iiM-iiifinii Mr his reculations Whteler concluded that he miiht Ju-t as well take advantage of the statute relating to buckethorc B doin? this he hopes OIL KEATING STOVES tl Reduced Pncis $4.50, now $3.90 $2.90, now $2.68 Tie bet rake Satlifaetorr raultl. GAS STOVES, ::.::. s .23. 51.11. $1.03 JBDDDIIBAN & CO., 1204 G. 616 12th PLAITING P.nlics, KuJflr?, and a'l kind of fine glitch in: Se Inj- Machines repaired ard warranted, 3L00 At OPPENHEIMER'S, 5M 9th St. N.W. TEETH WITHOUT PLATES Are Owm and BridgeworV We are thoroughly experienced in this line also, and will sire our patients the full result of satufac tion, comfort, and St. Teeth and caps, $3 to $0. TR" EVVN3 DENTED PARLORS. FitablWhed I4J 1209 F S-reet N TV. Branch Cfflce. C07 7th Street N W. KILMERS SWAMP ROOT f. Cr ?100 Size i OJt KILMER'S StMP ROOT OOr 50c Sue JJt scorrs emuiiov ACr 5100 Size Ujl scorrs emulsion qrr 60c Sue JJi. COKE'S D VVDRUFF Ct. RE r r r $100 Size JJl BELLDONV POROLS PLvSTERS -)Zr 10c or 3 for -J' John W. Jennings, Yholeale and Retail Drusgut, 1142 Conn. Ave. $100.00 For an tooth wc canrot extract ab solutely without pain For the benefit of those who were not able to take ad vantage of our low prices, we will con tinue them for a short while longer. Contracts can be made now with privi lege of having the work done after April 13. Plates with Vero double suction, $3, $5, and $7 50 Silver, guttapercha, bone, and ce ment fillings, 25c. Gold allo, 50c, 75c, and $1. Gold, 75c Gold. Logan, and sliver plume crowns. $1 50 to $5 00, as good as ca'n be made. Bridgework, $3 50 per tooth. Ex tracting Cleaning. Examination and estimation TREE Call at once. Vero Dentists, IZOI Pa. Avenue, Opp. Raleigh Hotel. api0 2t (entrance on 12th St.) MliLLidl For " n unexcelled preparation for Grippe, Colds, $ ON" CHRlS. XA.IDER, BSL Seventh St. ne 1425. w ey fea is of the highest qual Care must be taken to avokl baking powders made from alum. Such pouders are sokl cheap, beca6e they cost but a fcw cents per pound. Aitun is a corro sive acid, which taken in food means injury to heakh. 1 I V ST , NfW YORiC not only to wta ia the suit aspriaat ainiaH; but to r0Tr the cash w hick he M-igiaM9 deposited with McLean A Ca Itolxrt I.eill n,;' Gri-nl Jewelry Vuclliiii. Brr fciddiaa- it the chief tetturt of fh ) maskable auction mit of Lrdinc vatire rtariflfj jrvn Irr tlrwjrp. thamnmb wfrhr, aatd ji- t'm' navrittr. -!e tjch dmr-Ht-SB to 1 at jnd J id 3 p m., t r-i r Mrcvt I Will be foond an rxrrllmt remedy "KJjfc1 I hodafh Carter I if I LlT fill. TMHMfet ' I!- b hmre o-rd them pMffet I "". ny tnem AHl'K'ICTS. New Grand Tltt r VOKfTE THi.TRfc. """! GrsatetNa. At E ht act The Girl -Ity of With the Auburn Hair. AH. ' Her act read fj t! e 1. ghit ariistk aad cefih plrc 5et attirptd Me appear jt 4 a) p m and 10 90 p m. Supplemented by N;ven -p. ndid !?prcialbe. 1't:.25c. atVI5.25 and 50c. ALL SEATS KESFR SD. Nr't Vfk fulzorjs fji-lmnaWe VaadriUx C mtjny 1'b nf for Rt rrtd S-ats in VdrsaCe Kernan's. THE ArTEIttOON' A.VD EEM.NO Big Sensation DOIBLE SHOW OO WHITE RTIT nfV -CVJ f RFOLfc FVTFRTAERS J Xt Week LDIN MAIDENS. Racing Daily O AT THE Benni RaCe TWfc. o . Concluding April 14. PI Spring Meeting - DF THE Washington Jockey Club ON THE FLAT AND OVER THE JUMPS.- First Race at 3:20. Disreputable characters excluded. RATES OF ADMISSION: To Grandstand $1. Ladies, 50 Csnts. To Paddock, 50c Extra. Special trains, direct to the track, vrolt I-aire ith Street station at 2 01, 2 30, sod 3:1 r m. I Columbia Railway electric cars direct to track. without cbare, every two miniit23. 3iSEBALL TODAY. GEORGETOWN vs. LEHIGH. GhORGFTOnV FIFLD. Came tjlied i P. M. ADMISSION ..SO CEVTS. Ljuiu admitted to Grandstand free. Entertafnmsot anJ Instruction. The Halls tt Ancients, J3J2-J4-J6-J8 New York Ays. OPEN 9 A. K. TO 0 F. M. For Promotion of National Galleries Illustrate Egyptian, Assyrian, Roman, and Sa racenic Art, Architecture. Manners, and CiHtomj.' The Lecture and Anyrian Halls, or the entire eight halls will be available to literary or his torical clubs for evening lectures, reeeptiora, etc. Admlislon Adultd, 50c; Children, 25c mhlS roo.we.ir.Su tl For Mount Vernon, Alexandria, and Arlington. Electric trains, ttatlon 13? st and Pa ave For Mt. Vernon every hour, from 10 a m to 2 p. m. For Alexandria and Arlington Sec tehedule. ROUND TItIP to Jit ernon, 50c- Round trip to Alexandria. 25c. Round trip to Arlington. 20c, Round trip o Mt Ycnun. lnclbdlng' Arffflston ibd Mexandna, COc. AVaili Alexnntlrla &. 3It. Vernon Ily.