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'LOSS OF FOURTEEN
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Government to Find Out If Re
ported "Haggling" Led to Pa
cific Coast Disaster.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 9. The loss
of fourteen lives on the steamer Santa
Rosa because her owners are alleged to
have let pass a day of calm weather
while they haggled over the cost of
saving a ship's company of more than
200, Is one of the charges that the own
ers, the Pacific Coast Steamship Com
pany, will be called upon to answer by
the United States Government, which
has ordered an investigation.
The Santa Rosa struck In fair weather
i o'clock Friday morning, and within a
few hours her wireless apparatus had
summoned three vessels, which stood
by In the easy sea, ready and willing
to" take them off. And while the pas
sengers pleaded that they be taken
off or sent ashore In the small boats,
the officials of the Pacific Coast Steam
ship Company, it is charged, were dick
ering on the price a head tnnt would
be the cost of saving passengers and
Alleged Haggling Begun.
The Centralla was the nearest of the
vessels, and Captain Farla, of the Santa
Rosa, had Interchanged messages with
the ship about the removal of passen
gers and crew. The company's offices
to San Francisco had been so notified.
And then across the waters the wire
lees Is said to nave brought the mes
sage of creed:
"Ask the captain of the Centralla
What It will cost to have the passen
gers taken off," Is the alleged message.
And the captain of the Centralla Is
said to have iol-i the " captain of the
Santa Rosa that It would cost Just what
the Pacific Coast Steamship Company
thought It was worth.
The alleged haggling cost fourteen
Jives, It is estimated, and rosIbly more.
Th sea was calm ar.d the weather
clear when the negotiations were begun,
but during the hours the Pacific Coast
Steamship Company Is said to have
been trjing to mike up its. commercial
mind, the fickle sea had made up its
When the Centralla finally was asked
to take the passengers off, the sea was
running too heavily for her to stand
close enough in to make a quick trans
far. Life Boats Launched.
When it was seen the sea was rising
several life boats were launched. One
containing fourteen passengers, many
of them women, capsized. Officials of
the company insist all were rescued,
but those who remained on board the
Santa Rosa insist thev were drowned.
A little raft with an equal number of
people aboard capsized.
Three members of the crew were or
dered to take a llf line ashore. They
had not rowed a hundred yards from
thp vessel when a huge comber upspt
their boat and they were drowned bo
fore the eves of the horrified passengers
A life saving rrew finally succeeded In
getting a line to the vessel and the re
maining 150 passengers were brought
through the raging surf to the beach
more dead than alive.
English Advertising Men
Will Gather at Boston
BOSTON, July 9. Twenty-five of the
leading English advertising agents will
attend the International Convention of
Advertising, to be held in Boston from
August 1 to August 4, according to a
cablegram just received from London
by the Pilgrim Publicity Association,
of Boston Lord Northcliffe, the great
English journalist, has promised to
come in person or send his ablest rep
resentative. The party will leave Eng
land July 22 on the Celtic.
The Pilgrim Publicity Association has
raised $23,000. and the Boston City Coun
cil has voted 51,500 for the entertain
ment of the visitors Twelve halls
have been engaged for the meetings.
The convention will open In Faneuil
Hall, and headquarters will be at Ford
Hall. The public meeting on August
S will be held In the Boston Opera House,
and the banquet will take place August
4 at Symphony Hall.
Transom Thief Takes
Underwear and Neckties
Gaining entrance through the front
door transom, a thief visited the store
of J. I. Klawans. at 203-205 Pennsyl
vania avenue northwest, about 3 o'clock
this morning. Clothing to the valuo
of nearly 150 was taken, although the
cash register, containing i small sum
of money, was not tampered with
The robbery, the police say, was evi
dently done by a man who was In need
of underclothing and neckwear, and
who was not on the lookout for cash
Several boes of fancy ties and about
a half dozen suits of underwear were
Funeral of Morris Price
Will Be Held Tomorrow
The body of Morris Price, who died in
Rochester, Minn , will reach Washing
ton tomorrow morning at 10:30 o'clock,
and the funeral services will be held at
Union Station. Interment will be in the
Hebrew Congregation Cemetery.
Mr. Priee was sixty-one years old. and
had made his residence at the Ashley,
Eighteenth and V streets He is sui
vled by threo sons, Joseph, who lives
in New York; Adolph and Harold, of
Denver Col., and tws daughters, Clara
and Florence, of this city.
Two Negroes Slashed
In Fight With Razors
In an altercation in which razors
were wielded in deadly earnest, George
Miller, colored, received slashes on the
face and neck early this morning which
sent him to Georgetown Hospital In a
dangerous condition. Hezeklah Brown,
also colored, did the caning on Miller's
face. Brown received only several slight
wounds and Is now reposing In the
Seventh precinct station house, waiting
the results of his foe's Injuries.
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MRS. EDNA SEAMARK,
Who was run over by automobile while
ridinv bicycle, and little hurt.
Mrs. Seamark Ready
For Bicycle Again
Mrs. Edna Seamark. 1249 Ninth
street, will hop on her bicycle In a day
or two and ride away as Jauntily as
If she had not been run over by an
automobile the other day while out
bicycling. But she will keep a keen
eye out for automobiles.
Just why Mrs Seamark did not have
a few ribs crushed in when the auto
mobile driven by Mrs. J. N. Thomp
son, wife of a Chesapeake Supply
Company official, passed over her
body Is beyond explanation. Men and
women have been killed even when
run over by smaller cars.
Mrs. Seamark is now as well as
ever, except for a bruised side of the
chest, where the wheels of the car
first struck her.
At Lyceum theater
For the comfort of the burlesque pat
rons of the city many changes will be
made in the New Lyceum Theater be
fore the coming season opens. A. C.
Mayer, who has been for years con
nected with theatrical Interests in
Washington and nearby cities, and who
built the Casino Theater, at Seventh
and F streets northwest, has been em
ployed to take active management of
the playhouse commonly known as
"Kernan'h ' Mr. Mayer will see each
production prior to its appearance In
Washington, thus assuring Its suita
bility to the theatergoers of this city.
Eugene Kernan, for many jears man
ager of the house which bears his "name,
will not sever his connection with the
house, but will act in an advisory ca
pacity. Mr. Mayer, who owns an interest In
the Casino, recently resigned the active
management of that house, although he
will continue to maintain his business
holdings Besides his share in the suc
cess of the Casino he has builded sev
eral 5-cent theaters In Washington,
among them Dreamland. For several
seasons past he has presented Sunday
night concerts at various theaters.
Solder From Tin Can
Poisons Teeth and Jaw
WILKESBARRE. Pa., July 9. Drum
Helser, of this city, has supplied the
dental experts of this section of the
State with a peculiar case, the first of
the kind they have ever known. It is
a rotting of the left side of the under
jaw, due to lead poisoning, caused by
a small piece of solder from canned
vegetables lodging in the cavity left by
an extracted tooth. Heiser was eating
corn several weeks ago, when the
polder, he believes, dropped Into the
cavity, where it remained unnoticed.
A bhort time ago all the lower teeth
on the left side of the jaw became
loose and dropped out, and then the
poisoning attacked the jawbone itself.
This week the unfortunate man was
examined by a number of specialists,
an operation was performed, which, it Is
expected, will relieve him, and photo
graphs taken of the affected section,
and these will be used by lecturers on
dental diseases, a number of whom
were present when the operation was
Washington Shriners to
Leave for Rochester
Headed by Potentate Adolphus
Gude, a score of members of Almas
Temple. Order of the Mystic Shrine,
will travel across the hot sands to
morrow to the annual convention of
the Imperial council at Rochester, N.
Y. Bedoiuns from Baltimore and
roysterers from Richmond will join
the caravan, the latter here and the
Baltlmoreans when their city is
reached. The Baltlmoreans are mem
bers of Boml Temple and tho Rich
mond Shriners of Acker Temple. The
latter will arrive here in the early
Among the Washington men who
will make the trip are Past Poten
tate Roe Fulkerson, Charles Bradley,
Lawrence Walker, Fred Miller, Otto
DeMoll, and Frank L. Gibson, Maurice
Otterbnck, manager' of the Ana
costla bank, and Mrs. Ottcrback, will
be in the party, and so will Robert
F. Bradbury, of Twining City.
New Potato Bug Pesters
WASHINGTON, Pa., July -Farmers
of this section are greatly alarmed
by the appearance of a new pest, the
gray potato bug, -which is threatening
devastation to not only potatoes, but
other crops already endangered by the
long and excessive hot spell.
This bug, which differs from the old
time black potato bug, and Is believed
to be the beetle of the potato-stock
weevil, travels in creat droves, settllnc
down on a potato patch and ruining It
In a remarkable short time. Paris green
solutions have been tried, and while
they seem to drive the bugs away tem-porarilyr-they
are, apparently, nonfatal
to tho pest. ,
Famous Higbee Collection
of Crowns Will Be on Ex
The crowns worn by the rulers of the
great nations of the world, exactly re
produced as to cutting of Jewels, set
tings, and colorings, will be on view
in Washington tomorrow. The man
agement of the Palais Royal, Eleventh
and G streets northwest, has obtained
the famous Frank D. Higbee collec
tion that was prepared for the St. Louis
Mr. Higbee conceived the Idea of
gathering the collection of reproduc
tions of royal crowns as a means of ed
ucation for the general public. His first
thought was that he could readily get
the necessary data for the making of
the diadems from books in any of the
large libraries of the United States.
But he found that not even In Eng
land or France could books be found
that could serve as a guide to the Jew
elers of Paris In making working mod
Three Years of Work.
From royal court to royal court of Eu
rope Mr. Higbee went, securing per
mission to view and copy the crowns
of the nations. After three years of
effort the collection was complete, as
It will be shown at the Palais Royal,
beginning -with tomorrow.
The recent crowning of King George
In England has aroused interest in the
subject of crowns, so that the coming
of the Higbee collection now is espe
The collection Includes an exact re
production of the crown that was
placed on the head of King George In
Westminster Abbey The orb, too, sym
bol of his political power, is shown
among the Higbee reproductions
The crown of the German empire, call
ed one or the most beautiful and costly
In the world, will form one of the chief
features of the exhibition
Pope's Tiara to Be Seen.
The tiara and scepter of the Pope claim
a large share of Interest The Iron
Crown of Lombardy, of rare old work
manship, and first used in 531 A D.,
with the crowns of Sweden and Norway
and of Denmark all find places In the
collection. It has been said of the
Higbee exhibit that the wearers of the
originals could not -distinguish between
them and the copies at a short distance.
And the "crown" that Theodore
Roosevelt wore, a plain silk hat, when
he ascended to the offfco of highest
honor within the gift of any people, is
shown in contrast to the "pomp and
pageantry of kings "
The eighteen reproductions of the
crowns will be exhibited in the show-
window of the Palais Royal, beginning
with tomorrow. The exhibit comes her
alded as of great Interest to lovers of
Adrift on Pacific in
Launch, Rescued by Ship
SAN PEDRO, Cal , July 9. Starving
and half frozen, after spending two
days and a night drifting at the mercy
of the wind in a disabled launch with
out food, and with but little w.ater, O.
L. Grimsley. president of a gold mining
company, left for his home in Los An
geles, with hi wife and two Mexicans.
They were picked up thirty miles south
of San Pedro by the steamer Chehahlls
Just in time to save their lives.
Mr. and Mrs. Grimsley had left Cata-
llna Island for a fishing trip, the Mexi
cans acting as the crew of the launch.
On Monday when the craft was a con
siderable distance from the island the
motor failed, leaving the party adrift
on the Pacific.
Helen Hayes to Have
. Role of Cedric Errol
"Little Lord Fauntleroy" Is under
lined for production by the Columbia
players next week, with little Helen
Hayes in the role of Cedric Errol. The
part Is really the star part of the play.
The author, Mrs. Frances Hodgson Bur
nett, is a Washington woman, and has
a host of friends here. Miss Hayes was
seen In several important parts with
the Columbia company last season, no
tably In "Prince Chap," but has been
held In reserve this year in order to
permit of her mastering the fifty odd
pages of typewriting that constitute the
part of the little lord.
Cosmos Sunday Concert.
Several special acts have been en
gaged for today's concert at the Cosmos,
Including the Raymonds in a varied
musical turn. Ethel Arnold, a talented
singing comedienne; Adde and Coulter
in a budget of nonsense, the Musical
Vynos, novelty instrumentalists, and
Mark Davis and company, in a singing
and yodllng sketch. The orchestral
program includes the Norma Overture
Bellini; the Last Hope Gotschalk;
Grand selections of La Giaconda Pon
chielli; The Crucifix, Faure: and the
descriptive Military Fantasia, The
Battle of San Juan .Hill, A special
feature will be the presentation of the
Vitagraph masterpiece. "The Battle
Hvmn of the Republic," with a beauti
ful orchestral accompaniment arranged
by Arthur Manvill.
EVERYBODY GOES TO
STARTING .TOMORROW NIGHT
PROMPTLY AT 8(30.
Program Changed Nightly
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The trader in "The Barrier," at the
Columbia this week.
Glen Echo's Sunday
Concerts Prove Popular
Glen Echo Park starts today upon
another week of what is proving a
highly successful season, with the usual
Sunday concert by the United States
Soldiers' Home Military Band, under
the directorship of John S. M. Zimmer
man. These sessions of instrumental
music have been received with popular
approval. Glen Echo's buccess up to
the present time having demonstrated
the profitable field Washington offers
for a progressive and up-to-date out
door playground, the management of
Glen Echo Is determined to keep this
popular resort in the front rank of local
summer amusement enterprises by the
frequent introduction of novelties, so
that the hundreds of patrons who visit
the park regularly will always find at
least one new feature to Interest them.
This policy will be put in operation to
morrow evening at S:30 o'clock, when
the new open-air moving picture theater
at Glen Echo will give Its opening per
formance. This new attraction has been
admirably situated on the spacious
lawns adjacent to the dancing pavilion
and accommodations have been provided
for 1,201 persons There will be an en
tire change of program nightly and only
the most recent and interesting films
will be shown. Through an arrange
ment Just completed the pictures dis
played at Glen Echo Park will not be
offered for public exhibition elsewhere
Following the launching of the mov
ing picture theater, several surprising
novelties will be Introduced shortly In
the dancing pavilion. Washington never
had a more attractive outdoor recrea
tion center than Glen Echo Is at the
present time, and its ready accessibility
through adequate car service is an im
portant ractor in its success.
Goddess of Light Tops
Cosmos Vaudeville Bill
The management of the Cosmos of
fers a strong vaudeville show this
week. The program contains five acts,
headed by the Bpecatcular dancer,
"Phasma, Goddess of Light." This Is
the most costly and magnjflcent fea
ture ever produced at the Cosmos The
ater. Phasma Is noted for the exceed
ingly gorgeous effects she produces by
tbe clever manipulation of expensive
silken skirts worn in the various
dances. In one of the dances to be
performed at the Cosmos, Phasma
whirls 500 yards of the finest draperies.
Four dances are given at each show.
The "Spirit of the North" will be an
other of her offerings. Phasma carries
a carload 61 mechanical effects. ,
Another unusual and pretty feature
will be the novel comedy playlet of Du
Vaull and Letta. entitled "Th- Artist's
Dream." Jolly Jack Atkins wil be seen
in his big comedy character, "Tho
Census Taker," a Tilghly humorous
monologue. Gardner and aPrker, two
dainty little girls, will present a sing
ing, dancing, and whistling turn with
many costume changes. Harry Fields,
the original tramp juggler, will com
plete the vaudeville bill. New picture
plays also will be shown.
THE COLUMBIA PLAYERS
In the Deeply Interesting Drama,
wS-Little Lord Fauntleroy
THE WORLD'S TRAVEL PICTURES
Second Series of the Authentic Pictures of
THE GREAT ENGLISH POX HUNT.
The Lake of Thun, Felling a Chimney, Study of Flowers, the Moun
tain of Steel, Scenes la Cambodia, Artificial Flower-maklnc; In Paris,
Surf Riding at the Hawaii Islands and Twenty Other Wonderful New
Prices Orchestra, 50c Balcony, 35cj Gallery, SSc
"The Barrier" to Be Pre
sented, With George W.
Barbier in Leading Role.
The story of "The Barrier," which will
J be produced at the Columbia Theater
tomorrow night, and for the remamaer
of the week, by the Columbia Players,
is described as being big. buoyant,
bracing, strong, rugged, irresistible Just
what a story of Alaska, the land of the
last frontier, should be. Washlngtonians
are not unfamiliar with it either in the
form of the thrilling narrative which
,-lr.ltiiilW. nnva?i,Art 4m Krrtl frwm frnTn
I the pen of that master of Western char-
acter study. Rex Beach, or the more
i thrilling dramatic version, arranged by
Eugene W. Presbrey.
"The Barrier" is the story of a young
army officer suddenly transferred from
the South to the far North. ' The ven
turous hero goes into the Yukon country
to preserve order. The picture of the
gold fields Is the background, but it is
the love pf the soldier for the hair
blood heroine that lends power to the
combination of romance and adventure.
Interest centers in the man who is to
play the rough, but big-hearted, trader.
John Gale. For this, George W. Bar
bier has been cast. Mr. Barbier Is a
finished and capable actor, who, both
physically and by reason of artistic
flnes&e. is admirably suited to the part.
The delightful love scenes between the
army officer. Captain Burrell. U. a. A.,
and Nicla. will keep A. H. Van Buren
and Frances Nellson, in the respective
narts. in positions of prominence equal
line Mr. Barbier's. Everett Butter-
field has been cast as No Creek Lee;
Emellne Melville as Gal's squaw, Al
luna; John M Kline as Runnlon; Stan
ley James as Dan Stark. Arthur Ritchie
as Corporal Thomas, and Frederick For
rester as Poleon Doret Then there are
two additional members of the cast that
must not be forgotten. One of them is
little Helen Hayes, whose portrait has
graced the frame in front of the theater
all season, though this will be her first
appearance this year with the company.
She is to be the Mollle, whose antics
with her Alaskan playmate, John, calls
into the cast John Hltts to play the
At Columbia Theater
Those who were fortunate enough to
witness the wonderful pictures of the
coronation of King George and Queen
Mary at the Columbia Theater last
Sunday will be delighted to learn that
with the best of those pictures as a
nucleus, the International Amusement
Company will this evening present for
the first time In this country the pic
tures of the magnificent display Incident
to the second day of the festivities,
with the greatest of all of the proces
sions, including thousands upon thou
sands of soldiers onffoot, in cavalry bri
gades, full batteries of artillery, ma
rines, sailors, and the great assemblage
of colonial regiments In all the glory of
their trappings. These pictures have
Just arrived In this country, and word
comes from New York, where they were
privately reviewed, that they far excel
the first consignment. All sound ac
companiments are furnished, materially
adding to the realism.
With the exception of the requested
repetition of the best of last week's
coronation pictures, everything this
evening will be new, the program in
cluding moving pictures of the great
English fox hunt, scenes in Switzer
land, Slam, the Hawaiian islands, Paris,
and elsewhere, together wlh a liberal
a3sortment of humorous subjects.
Take Off the Pat
Where It Shows
Most women suffer much humiliation
and inconvenience, especially during the
hot summer months, because of great
quantities of fat, so located that, no
matter how they dress, everybody sees
that they are abnormal. This is the sea
son and the day of the slender figure,
and fat women are simply not tolerated
either in business or social affairs.
Women may not know it, but men when
they see a fat woman pass them on tho
street make all manner of sympathetic
remarks about her. They do not mean
to be unkind or to seem unmanly, but
it Is natural for a man to dislike fat
on a woman. Where fat shows the most
there is where it must be removed, and
as quickly as possible. Hot weather
dresses seem to be made for Ihe fat
woman's misery and the slender wom
an's delight. They expose all the
charms of woman and her ugliness as
well. Exercise and diet will not remove
fat. This has been proved. Tho fa
mous Marmola prescription which has
met with such phenpmenal success and
has so many of our society women as
its sponsors, is now being sold In tablet
form to meet the demand of the public
for this style of treatment. These lit
tle tablets go Into your system Just like
food. They stop the stomach and di
gestive apparatus from producing fat
and reduce the fat upon the bodv at th
rate of from 12 to 15 ounces a day. They
are narmiess in noi as wen as cool
weather and can be carried In your
purse and taken even after you have
indulged In a hearty meal away from
home. They are sold at all drug stores
at 75 cents a case, or if you prefer you
may write tho Marmola Company, 281
Farmers Bldg., Detroit, Mich.
Thursday and Sat nr day
25c, 60c, 75c
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Canal. Venetian Palaces. The Rial to.
Graceful Gondolas. Beautiful Carnival
Scene. Dramatic Trial Scene. Wise
Portia and Beautiful Jessica.
U yob erer lurre anything yoa
font need, get money for It through
ike "For Sale-l-Xke" ail is Til
Both hotels located on
of the Empire Tours.
COLONIAL BEACH HOTEL
Now Open. Ever thing New.
Electric lighted, running water, call bells.
and all modern lmpro einents. Rates. H us
dally. J10.M up weekly, special to parties.
Don't Spend All Your Vacation Money la
The Atlantic City of Washington.
THE KIG GEORGE HOUSE
Open for the Season.
Sirs. C. E. Bra ton & Mrs. S. Tasker
Cool Rooms. Reasonable Terms.
Sanitary Plumbing Artcnlan Water
Send for Bookl-c
AH Outside Rooms Reasonable Ratea
W. L. Mothersead, Proprietor
Plenty of sea food. Colonial Reach, Va.
J5.50 per week and upward. Gas in even
room, aiteslan water. pa!llon on front
Dr. M. B GROSHON. D.D.S.
Directly on the rner. Three miles from
Colonial Beach. Boating, bathing free Fr
transportation to and irom Colonial Beach.
Terms reasonable. A. S. GOULDMAN WIU
Real Estate Broker.
Lou. cottages, and Business Places.
For Sale and For Rent.
THE STEWART COTTAGE
Beach front, bathhouses for guests. II ta
tit) per week Mrs. PRINCE.
Large 3-story cottage, water front; porcaes.
t..00 per week Mrs H WHITZELL.
One-half block from beach. Rooms largs
and airy. Spacious porches. Dining room
unexcelled. Rates extremely moderate. Spe
cial rates to parties Mrs. McKenney. Prop.
Open for the season under same man-
asrepient Mrj. Jennie Byrd, Prop.
Beach Front. Centrally Located,
MOUNT ROSE HOUSE.
Coolest place at Colonial Beach.
Quiet anil Restful. Excellent Table.
Rates 8 to gS. Mrs. C J. Smoot. Prop.
THE WESTMORELAND. "
$7.00 per week. 1.50 per day Boys. $3 per
week. Address THE WESTMORELAND
FOR RENT 10-room cottage at Colonial
Beach, porches all around, plenty of shade
half-acre ground, fruit trees, artesian well,
stable, and private bathhouses, terms reason
able. Write F MCNFORD. 316 Commerco
St.. Alexandria. Va.
FURNISHED summer cottages, July 1:0; Au
gust $30, season $30. DICKHART, 313 7th
S. W. !
HIGH VIEW HOTEL.
BOARD BY WEEK. $7 00.
Lodging. SOc. 75c. $1. Chicken dinner. 50c.
Choice Sea Foods. Dinners, etc.
First-class Services; City Prices.
E. S. BENTLY Prop.
Ocean City, Md.
Opens June 24th
Extensive Improvements all modern con
veniences. Orchestra. All rooms ocean ex
posure. JOn.V G. FULLER
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 leaves Seventh street wharf at 10 a. m..
2 and 7 p. m. Round trip: Adults. 25 cents:
children. 15 cents.
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.
Steamers leave Seenth street wharf every
day except Monday at 9 a. m.
SATURDAY at 2:30-P. M.
SUNDAY at 9 A. M.
Splendid beach, boardwalk, salt water bath
ing, fishing, crabbing, dancing and all amuse
Colonial Beach Hotel
Now open, eerythlng new, special rates.
Fare, season trip, good until September 1.
5LO0; one-day trip. 50c
Colonial Beach Special
Week End Trips Only
To Colonial Beach
On the Beautiful 950,000 Steam Yacht
Yacht leaves Ferry Wharf, foot of
7th SL, 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 home at
10:30 p. m.
ROUND TRIP, SL00.
Grand Concert at
Shevy Chase Lake.
Br Large Section
,U. S. Marine Band
Every Evening, Including
Danctnc Admission Free.
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