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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SA5CJJEMY, JULY 8, 1911.
1JDBIIEB TO SEEK tE-ELECTHFTHE SENATE OUSTS II Illinois Senator Certain to Make Long, Hard Fight for Victory. AMMUNITION NOW PREPARED FOR HIM Matter Being Brought Out at Hear ing Designed to Furnish Political Capital. The Lorlmer case will only be half .ended If the Senyte of the United States some afterroon next winter, after solemn debato and learned dis cussion of the law and the facts, con cludes toklck the Hon. William Lorl ,mer from out of Its midst. Senator Lorlmer will not rest with the kicking out. This mnv be ac cepted as settled Close fr'ends of tho ISenator say that In the event he Is unseated, he will unquestionably go before the people of the State of II- llnoln and seek a re-election to the Senate for the purpose of Retting vin dication, as well as the Snatorshlp. Has Powerful Backing. Some of those familiar Mlth the strong public sentiment In some parts pf the country against Lorimer might be Inclined to jeer at the idea of Lorlmer gettins a re-elertlon In Illi nois It is certain there ll n nnwarful jelement in the State against him. Hut his friends profess to think that he would stand a good show of re-election. They say he would go up and Jlown the State, Into every county, town, and village, and make a per sonal appeal. They think that he would win no end of support on the plea that he had been unjustly attacked and per-' eecutcd, and that he would be able (to command the majority of votes In p. primary. Observers of the Lorlmer Investiga tion, as it Is now in progress, have not .failed to notice the vast amount of de tailed Illinois politics that Is being 'brought out. That some of this Is In tended for use by Lorlmer In case he has to make a future campaign for 'vindication, is the view taken in some Quarters It Is certain that much or fils testimony is of little Immediate .service in the question of whether Lori mer's seat was obtained bv corrupt means Doesn't Know When He's Licked. Lorlmer'a whole record Is that of a man who does not know when he Is licked and who has a way of rescuing victory from seeming certain defeat. Illght now, there Is not much question vhat the Senate would do If the Lorl mer case were voted on. It would say he was not entitled to ,Ms seat. When the Investigating com mittee first started work, it hoped to Jlnlsh this session. But it will not finish probably until September. Lorlmer's linenas tnink that by next winter senti ment may have In some measure changed. One of the strange things about the whole affair Is the seemjng complete Imperturbability of Lorimer If his jierves pre wearing themseles down to an edge, he does not In any wav phow It He seems to take tne entire matter blandly and easily. He does not get mad about anything and even In privacj, among his friends, he is said to be lust as suave and undisturbed about the matter as he Is in public. Lorimer's Point of View. It might be thought that after the siege Lorlmer has been through, he ttould be a nervous wreck and on the verge of prostration. But If so, he con ceals it perfectly One view of this Is that he is so constituted that he doea not look on such charges as are mad against him as anything to be ashamed of, and that he believes all Is fair In politics Another view Is that he has enlisted for a long fight, which will not end with the veidlct of the Senate, and hence docs not regard any adverse de cision of the Senate as determinative of his political destlnv. But whatever tho cause, he shows as little outward con cern as If he had neei been under In vestigation. Beat-Crazed Women Taken to Hospital Pour women, arrested on charges of Insanity, are today In the Washington Asylum Hospital for observation It is i believed the hot weather of the last ew uajs aneciea ineir minds Actress Who Is to Seek Divorce 1 1 s,-a POHVHms- 's 'v'x' v 1 HsT y ?v IB t . rN "' '.Vdi':SaBJJJr - V, '' , '- "-' 'v m " " llll. HI I It ' II M M fjAl .fcM ISISEIER T PROTEST AGAINST DUSTY CONDITIONS Suggest That Upper Part of Sixteenth Street Be Oiled. ETHEL BARRYMORE COLT, Who Desires Legal Separation From Her Wealthy Husband, Russell Gris- wold Colt By HARRY WARD. ' Complaints are being made to the Commissioners about the dusty condi tions prevailing on that part of Six teenth street beyond Columbia road. This Is one of the most popular roads used by the "motorists, but when thero are many cars on the road the dust Is so heavy as to make the ride any thing but enjoyable. It has been sug gested to the Commissioners that the use of a little oil on this road would be timely, and afford a vast amount of comfort to all the users of the thoroughfare. All the drives In Rock Creek Park are well ollrd, affording Ideal conditions for the motorists as well as those who use horse-drawn ve hicles, and It seems passing strange that Sixteenth street extended, one of the widest boulevards in Washington, should remain without its coating of oil. It Is the hope of the motorists that the Commissioners will speedily rem edy the conditions now prevailing, to the end that this drlvewry be put In the best possible shape, thus enhanc ing the popularity of this fine boule vard. - PLATE POINTERS ON EXCURSION TODAY TO MARSHALL HALL Both Night and Day Forces at Engraving Bureau Par ticipate in Outing. t51URE$0RT AUantfc City. Colonial Beach. TROUBLE OF COLTS LASTED FOR L AS IRS SILSBY BED A MOTS Friends of Ethel Barrymore Not Surprised by Her Divorce Plans. NEW TORK, July 8. Intimata friends of Ethel Barrymore Colt, .the actress, expressed no surprise today at the story from Los Angeles, where Mrs. Colt la now staying, that she intends bringing immediate divorce proceedings In this city. For several montns they have known of dissensions in the Colt household, despite the advent a year ago of Rus sell G. Colt, Jr., t' v.honi the actress mother Is passionately devoted. Mem bers of Mrs. Colt's family refused to discuss the oase, declaring that they know nothing about any contemplated divorce. Mrs. Colt's grounds for her coming action, Los Angeles dispatches say, will be statutory, and a New York society woman will be named as co-respondent. T. R. FOR AD. Has Large Insome. Miss Barrymore and Russell Griswold Colt, son of the millionaire member of the Rubber trust, and fire-arm manu facturer, were married less than two years ago. Mrs. Colt's stage Income Is bald to be more than 150,000 a year. According to dispatches from the West a messenger bearing a packet of legal papers Is. on his way to New York. He Is to arrive here Sunday night. And the suit may be filed on Monday. . - Miss Barrymore, who Is playing at the Mason Opera House In Los. Angeles mis weeK, nas maoe a notei at Holly wood her home during her stay. Miss Barrymore, according to her friends, has been anxious to keep her plans a secret, and has purposelv re mained away from New York until pa pers In her actioon have been filed. She intends to return here in ample time to appear In court, they say. Mlbs Barrymore has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Flsk. of New lork, in Los Angeles. On Wednesday Alleged tn hnv n.t - . 4 u mro.iiure.no wis urew, 01 ner ..i .."""-" :. u JU'"J company, went Deiore a notary, where papers were prepared. The3e wereMhen Intrusted to a messenger to carry them here. John Drew Miss Barrymore's Jack Barry ;f BY JURY, PROMISES TO QUIT DRINKING For First Time in Her Life, She Says, She Will Agree to Abstinence Plan. irom a secona-story window of her boarding house, at 1507 G street north west. Miss Jeanette Whyte, fifty vears Old, a magazine writer, was taken in iinnle. anrl her hrnther charge last last night bv Aeiin sr,i tary Officer Lynn. After examining her. Dr. Robert S. rTrlble decided sl-e needed hospital treat ment, and he notified the police. Miss 'Whyte refused to make anv state ment. Lynn says persons in the house told him she had said she intended to kill herself. Dazed and unable to tell anything about herself, a middle-aged woman 1 was found wandering near the Union Station early today by Policeman Ness- Daum. 'ine onicer round a memoran dum in her purse indicating that she Is Mrs. Mllanda A "Walker. 31 South Ful lerton avenue. Mount Claire, N. J. Bhe was taken to the hospital, and a dls- Satch sent to the chief of police st lount Claire. Emily Petersen, colored, who said her home was in New York, walked Into Police Headnuirters last night, and told Lieutenant Hartley she wanted to ar range an Interview with President Taft. She declined to give her reason, except to say that she had written him sev eral letters, to which she had received no reply She was accompanied by her three small children. The children were sent to the House of Detention and the mother was removed to the hospital. The New York police have been notified. Gertie Rose, also colored, was found wandering bare-footed In Anacostla yes terday. She said she was looking for relatives. A charge of insanity was preferred againist her. Germany Sends England Curt Moroccan Letter LONDON. July 8. While lacking of ficial confirmation it Is stated upon high authority that England has received Germany's note In regard to the action of the latter country In sending a war ship to Agadlr. Germany Is reported to have advised the British government that It never had pledged itself to a disinterested policy In the Moroccan row, and that the German government would consider the dispatch of English and French warships to Agadlr as an unfriendly act. The tone of the note is considered .M moat disquieting. more, are said to approve her decision. Her Reported Fiances. Before her marriage It was rumored on more than one occasion that Miss Barrymore was engaged. Among those who were mentioned as fiances of the actress were Lawrence Irving, son of the late Sir Henry Irving; Gerald Du Maurler, son of George Du Maurler, and Ernest Lawford, the Englihh actor. In July, 1905 Miss Barrymore announced her engagement to Capt. Harry Gra ham, of the Coldstream Guards, but the engagement was broken the following year. Rumors of her engagement to persons of the nobility were also spread abroad, but the actress always emerged from these alleged troths unmarried. It was in November, 1910, that rumors of an estrangement between the former Ethel Barrymore and her husband were circulated. The couple were at that time In New Orleans, where Mrs. Colt was playing In "Mid-Channel." Both Mr. Colt and his wife were emphatic In their denials of any coldness between them Freed from legal question as to her &nlty. Mrs. Annie V. Sllsby, alleged dipsomaniac and a former patient In St. Elizabeth's Hospital, faces the world today with the expressed determination of refraining from drink and devoting herself to the care of her children. The verdict adjudging Mrs. Sllsby to be sane was returned by the Jury thai has been examining her, before Justice Anderson, In District Supreme Court, late yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Sllsby, who Is thlrty-slx years old and of striking appearance, took the stand In her own defense, as she has done at the previous Inquiries as to her sanity. "If the drinking of three or four bot tles of beer and a little bit of gin, all the liquor I have had since coming out of the St. Elizabeth Hospital, is suf ficient cause for adjudging me Insane and ordering me back to the hospital, well and good. I am ready to abide by your decision. But that is no law. If that were the law there'd never be a quorum In Congress.' These were words spoken to the Jury by Mrs. Sllsby. Tho woman made an Impressive wit ness In her own behalf. She readily answered questions concerning St. Elizabeth's Hospital and her previous life propounded to her by members of tho Jury panel. Mrs. Sllsby said that for the first time In her life she was ready to promise to refrain from the use of liquor. She as serted that abmlnejice will be easy for her after the rest and recuperation In the hospital. The woman, who is the widow of a former Washington druggist, who died about two years ago, has been several times arrested. Overindulgence In liquor has been the charge preferred against her. She was committed to St. Elizabeth's Hospital for the Insane, where she Remained for more than two years, being finally freed from the hos pital on habeas corpus proceedings, on March 16. Six weeks after her release Mrs. Slls by was rearrested and sent back to St. Elizabeth's and subsequently she made her escape and was later taken In Bal timore. A Jury disagreed as to her sanity a month ago before Ohlef Justice Cla baugn, and the second Jury completed the hearing of the evidence and pro nounced Mrs, Sllsby sane yesterday. The prosecution was conducted by As sistant Corporation Counsel Duvall and Attorney Walter P. Plumley appeared for Mrs. Sllsby. Mrs. Sllsby would make no statement following the verdict of the Jury. She had neither look nor word for her mother and the other witnesses who sought to secure Judgment of insanity, against her. The motorcyllsts. who are the "little brothers" of the automobile drivers, are much Interested In the meeting of the Federation of American Motorcyclists, to be held near Buffalo next week. One of the events of prime Interest In tho forthcoming meeting Is the election of a new president to succeed Fred I. Willis, of Indianapolis, who has declined to be a candidate for re-election. Something of the growth of the f edei atlon Is shown In the statement that slm e Mr. Willis' flection the membership has Jumped rrom aoout s.vu to IO.ikkj and he has served but two tsrms. Motorcycling In all Its branches has been really organ ized during the last two years and mp-lorvy---les have been brought to a degree of perfection that assures speed, safe ty, reliability and comfort. That theso qualities are realized and appreciated Is demonstrated by the great army of riders now enlisted under the F. A. M banner. The races at Fort Erie promise thrills ror everv second Tne country s bent riders will be there and In addition to the prize and medals to be awarded, thoT are to be urged to greater efforts bv the chance of winning the Bosch Cup a magnificent twenty-Inch silver tropnv to be given to tne most consist ent rider In the championship races dur ing the two days of speed. Sixteen events are to be run eight on Friday morning and eight on Saturday morning. En route from Detroit to Americus. Ga., via New York, two motorists of the Georgia city reached Washington last night, and tomorrow will resume their trip. Thev are Walter Rylander and J. d. hooks, tne rormer Deing an automobile dealer. They left Detroit June 30 In a Flanders "lO" roadster, and since then have visited BuTalo. Niagara Falls. Albany, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington "We have found the roads generally good," paid Mr. Rylander. The Plate Printers' Union at the Bureau of Engraving and 'Printing Is giving Its annual excursion today un der conditions that are expected to make it the best the union and Its friends ever had. Marshall Hall is the gathering place of the excursionists, who are expected to number more than 4,000. The schedule of boats was so arranged that depart ures could be made In the morning. In the earlv afternoon or In the late after noon. The schedule Is: leave Washing- ion at 10:30, 2:30. 3 and 6:30 o'clock: leave Marshall Hall at 8, 9:30 and 11 o'clock p. m. This enables the day force at the Bureau, enjoying half holiday to leave earlly this afternoon, and the night force, working In half holiday from noon until 4 o'clock, to leave at 6:30 o'clock. The committee went with a large party this morning. Outdoor sports of many kinds, bowl ing, dancing and concerts constitute the nogram, numerous prizes being given for the competitions. W. H. McCauley Is chairman, and George Hutchison. George Tolbert, M. J. O'Brien and John Hardy associate members of the com mittee in charge. Bible Gives Theme for Address by Miss Miner 1 "The Great Teacher Resting by a Well" Is the theme of tho address which Misn Ida E. Miner will deliver nt the vesper service tomorrow after noon at Vacation Lodge, Cherrydalc, Va. Miss Miner Is travelers' aid deacon ess for tho Young Women's Christian Association. The service will begin at 4:30. LEXINGTON facinc ana Arkaniu Avenues. Spaclooa ground adjoin beach and boardwalk. Only medium priced hotel where ruU mar bo irora noujo 10 sun in Datttlng attire without using streets, which Is prohibited. TJe of bath hoose with attendant to care for inlts li tree. Ran-lnr water in rooms. Fresh aad sea water baths, public and private. Special rates $1.50 to 14.00 dally: 18.00 to $21.50 weekly Including choice table supplied from own farm. White Service. Orchestra. Tennis courts and .!ui4uc buui.us ucincen noici ana ocacix. Booklet mailed upon request. PAtJI. O. BOSZCRAXS 'OFFICIAL GUIDE Most complete c Je of Atlantic City, pub lished with beautiful colored map and tlm tables; also list of reliable hotels with rates. Mailed free. RESORT FREE INFORUA TION BUREAU. BOX 10S At!. City. N. J. iiianoorouflD - JBienbeim (CAPAC1TV 1100) Tne leading resort nouse of America. Particularly attractive during Atlantic City's (Great Summer Scasox JUNE. JULY, AUGUST and SEPT. 400 private baths, each supplied with hot and cold sea water. Exquisite music Is a feature. White service In both American and European Dining Rooms. JOSIAH WHITE & SONS COMPANY. Chesapeake Beach. AMUSEMENTS Tonlzht.StlS Mats.Thurs.&sai. OW0H The Columbia Players What Happened to Jones 75 $g&l "THE BARRIER" SUNDAY NIGHT, 8:15 The International Amusement Co will present the World's Tra?el Pictures Including the Second Edition of the CORONATION And twenty new, wonderful features. Prices: ISc. 25c. EOc Seats now ready. HIGH VIEW HOTEL. BOARD BY WEEK. 17.00. Lodging. 50c 75c. Jl. Chicken draner.Mc CASINO. CHESAPEAKE BEACH. Choice Sea Foods, Dinners, etc First-class Sen Ices; City Prices. E. S. BENTLY Prop. Virginia "Grand View Cottage." fronting Day. Oceaa View. Va., Mecca of the South. Salt water tathlng. fishing. crabbing. amusements. Abundaaca of sea foods. Rates 13.00 to 112.0a. Colonial Beach. FURNISHED summer cottages. July J20; Au gust 30; season 50. DICKHART. 213 7th S. W. ! FOR RENT Five-room cottage. Colonial Beach. Call after 6. Inquire 3 N. Y ave. N. E. FOR RENT Five-room cottage. Colonial Beach. Inquire 63 N. Y. ae. N E. COLONIAL BEA0H.H0TEL Now Open., Everything New. Electric lighted, running water, call belli and all modern Improvements. Rates, sa. up dally; 1Q.K0 up weekly; special to parties. Don't Spend All Your Vacation Money la Railroad fare. COLO.MiL BEACH. The Atlantic City of Washington. THE KINO GEOKGG. HOUSE Open for the Season. Mrs. C E. Brarton & Mrs. S. Tasker. Managers. Cool Rooms. Reasonable Terms. HOTEL KMMGA Sanitary Plumbing Artesian Water Table UnsurpasMcd. Send for Booklet. All Outside Rooms Reasonable Rates LATONIA HOUSE Plenty of sen food. Colonial Beach, Va. THE JERSEY J6.B0 per week and upward. Gas In cverr room; aiteslan water; pavilion on front. Dr. M. B. GROSHON. D.D.8. . GOULDMAJCS Directly on the river. Three miles from Colonial Beach. Boating, bathing free. Free transportation to and Irora Colonial Beach. Terms reasonable. A. S. GO ULDMAN. Wll kersons. Va. GEORGE MASON Real Estate Broker. Lots. Cottages, and Business Places. For Sale and For Rent. THE STEWART COTTAGE Beach front; bathhouses for guests. 7 ta 110 per week. Mrs. PRINCE. "THE FRANCIS" Large J-story cottage; water front: porches. 27-00 per week. Mrs 1 H. WHITZELLw LINWOOD HOU&E One-half block from beach. Rooms large and airy. Spacious porches. Dining room unexcelled. Rates extremely moderate. Bp rial rates to parties. Mrs. McKenney. Prop. IIOTET. nvitn. Open for the season under time man- uKcmcui jjn, jeonie isyra. rrop. Beach Front. Centrally Located. MOUNT ROSE HOUSE. Coolest place 'at Colonial Brack. Quiet and Restful. Excellent Table. Rates $6 to 8. Mrs. C J. Snoot. Prop. THE HUDSON HOUSE Miss M. Cherry, Proprietress. Bancroft ave.. 14 blocks from water front. Prlvata accom modations for children's summering. Rooms, first-class, with or without board. FOR RENT 10-room cottage at Colonial Beach; porches all around, plenty of shade. half-acre grounds, fruit trees, artesian well. stable, and private bathhouses; terms reason able. Write F MUNFORD. 31S Commerce St.. Alexandria. Va. EXCURSIONS EXCURSIONS R. A. Klock. of the United Motor Washington Company, who has been in New York several days Inspecting thi 1912 Columbia model. vhlch are (equip ped with the new silent Knight motor, is expected to return today. EVERY DAY IS A HOLIDAY AT Wl!?iifff(igiffl Starting Next Monday at 8:30. FREE MOVING PICTURES Enjoy the Week-End AT Chesapeake Beach Vacations on Monday For District Attorneys The vacation season will begin on Monday In the offices of the assistant United States attorney and assistant corporation counsel in Police Court. Attorney Ralph Given and hts fam ily will go to Aurora, W. Va., for two weeks. C. H. Turner will serve In the office during his absence. Assistant Corporation Counsel Gus A. Schuldt will po to Atlantic City to at tend the Christian Endeavor conven tion. Hts pUce will be taken by As sistant Corporation Counsel A. B. Du vall. " CONTINUOUS VAUDEVILLE AND PICTURES 1 TO 11 P. M. EXCURSIONS German Cruiser Sent To Moroccan Coast TANGIER, July 8. The German cruiser Berlin has relieved the gunboat Panther at Agadlr, according to dlSr patches received here today, ft was the sending of the Panther to Agadlr which caused the recent international flurry in the Moroccan situation. Georgetown Maccabees Get Membership Banner The members of Georgetown Tent. No. 6, Knights of the Maccabees of the World, were out last night In their best clothes to receive th District banner, which had been awarded to them in a six months' contest for new members. They rejoiced the more because the winning tent, with lews than 200 mem bers, won In a contest with National Tent, with nearly 600 members. r This tent was instituted nearly eleven years ago by the present State com mander, who made tho presentation speech last night. W. M. Michael, one of the oriclnal charter members, re sponded, the only one of the original members present. LOCAL MENTION How Is This? Soft Crabs, 10c. Maryland, 1008 Pa. Ave.; 610 th N. w. Bristol Woman Thrown From Buggy and Killed BRISTOL,. Va., July 8.-MrK E. B. Wexler, thirty-eight years old, and wife of a wealthy resident here, was thrown from a buggy and almost Instantly kill ed while returning from a funeral. A shaft was broken, and when the vehicle turned a corner she was hurled head long to the sidewalk. Her skull was iracturea and her neck broken. Her daughter was seriously hurt, but a third member of the party was uninjured. Angry Judge Threatens To Thrash Prosecutor CINCINNATI. July 8. When accused by Assistant Prosecutor Averji of muti lating the papers in the George B. Cox case. Judge W. L. Dickson threatened to leave the bench and whip Avery, finally ordering him from the court room. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM Cleuiwt and bnntifiis ths halt Promotes a fcrarlsst growth. never Tills to Bestors Qrsy Hslr to Its Youthful Color: Cans snip dimwf a hsir ttlliqf. Kcasdtl-OOtt Pmglsa DON'T FEAR SUNBURN foil jK y. I THE ELECTRIC LINE Chesapeake Bay West River Annapolis RETURN $1.00 Sunday, July 9 DON'T WORRY about how ou are solns to stwnd Sunday. Take the SPECIAL. AN NAPOLIS AND CHESAPEAKE BAY TRAIN -leaie the city behind, and ou will target about the hot weather In the COOL, ELEC TRIC PALACE CARS and on board the EMMA GILES sailing down the Chesapeake Bay. SPECIAL TRAINS leave HJ4 New York ave. at 10:05 a. m.,vrunnlng direct to steamer dock, Annapolis Returning trains arrive at Washington. 7 p. nt PEN MAR In the Beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains. fcound Trip $2.00 Special Excursion Eery Day. Enjoy a Sunday In the mountains. Tou can have a royal good time music and dan cing, boating and bathing at Lake Rojrer. Llbby's Great Coney Island attractions. SPECIAL TRAINS leae H24 New York ave. at 6:45 a. m., making close connection with Western Maryland Railroad at Baltl m.&te4j Cool Sea Breezes FineSalt Water Bathing Mammoth Board Walk Excellent Meals At Hotels and Cafes Reasonable Prices Music Dancing Round Trip Fare: Saturday -Sunday - - 25c 50c Train Schedule in R. R. Column For Additional Information 'Phone Lincoln 1629 more. GETTYSBURG BATTLEfiad Round Trip, $2.00 Sundays, July 9, July 30 Another opportunity to see the famoui battlefield. You will enjoy this Interesting and historic trip. SPECIAL TRAINS leave 142 New York ave. (opposite Treasury Bldg.), 6:45 a. m . making close connection with the "Western Maryland Railroad at Baltimore. Wash., Baito., and Annapolis Electric R. R. Co. 1424 New York Ave. Phone Main 1233 MOUNT VERNON Str. Charles Macaleater, Leaving wharf, 7th and M sts. S. W.. dally xcept Sunday. 10 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. FARC 75c ROUND TRIP- MOVING PICTURES NEW RIVER VIEW OPEN EVERY DAY Is More Attractive Than Ever Excellent Dining Room Service Brilliantly Illuminated. Dancing and other amusements. Athletic field. Steamer Queen Anne leaes Seventh street wharf at 10 a. m., 2 and 1p.m. Round trip: Adults. 25 cents: children. IS cents. 40 MILE "MOONLIGHT" TRIPS EVERY EVENING Steamer Queen Anne leaves Seventh street wharf at 7 p. m., returning at 11 p. m. Splendid music dancing, cafe service unsur passed. Round trip: Adults. 25 cents; chil dren. 15 cents. CUTICURA Soap and Ointment Although Cutteura Soap and Ointment are sold by druggists and dealers everywhere, a postal to "Cutlcuia," Dept. Q. Boston, wfll secure liberal sample of each, with 32-p. booJ4t Q&tafl cue $ tbo iUb and hair. Kssbbb.Hs1.bH MACBETH TODAY AND TOMORROW. VIRGINIA. 9. F, G MI-ny on, Macduff, and damned be blm that 'first cries, 'Hold, enough !" 5c-N0 RAISE IN PB1CE-5C Colonial Beach Steamers leave Seventh street wharf every day except Monday at 9 a. m. SATURDAY at 2:30 P. M. SUNDAY at 9 A. M. Eplendid beach, boardwalk, salt water bath ing. Ashing, crabbing, dancing and all amuse ments. Colonial Beach Hotel Now open: everything new; special rates. Fare, season trip, good until September 1 J1.00; one-day trip, 60c. Norfolk & Washington Steamboat Co. Special Saturday-Monday Excursions TO- Old Point Comfort and Norfolk Round $3.50 Trip Tickets on sale Saturdays, good to re turn leaving Norfolk Sunday. Tickets and stateroom reservations nt City Ticket Office. Bond Bulldlns. 720 Four teenth street. Phono Main 1S20. Colonial Beach Special Week End Trips Only To-Colonial Beach On the Beautiful $50,000 Steam Yacht Idler. Yacht leaves Ferry Wharf, foot of 7th St every Saturday at 6 p. m. arrives at Colonial Beach at 11:30 p. m. Returning-, leaves Colonial Beach Sunday at 5 p. m. arrives homo at 10:30 d. m. BOUND TKIP, S1.00. I Grand Concert at Ihevy Chase Lake. By Large Section U. S. Marine Band Every Ev.enlng-. Including: Sundays. Danctnfr. Admission Fre. STEAMSHIPS VacationTrips fey Sea Merchants & Miners Trans. Co. Baltimore to Boston, Provi dence, Savannah, Jacksonville And all Northern and South ern points. Fine Steamers. Best Service. FREE SIDE TRIP TO OLD POINT COMFORT In connec tion with Boston and Provi dence tickets. SEND FOR BOOKLET. Tt Ann n .. v . v S. B. Co. Offices. & W. P. TURNER. P. T. M., -Baltimore. Md. ' i NZ rasrftr "Via "sSSsi - 'y