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Lansburgh Bro
BTOltr CLOSES EVEMNGS AT 5 OCLOCK
SvTUHIVS rACETED
I WE SELL DRY GOODS ONLY
Wash Goods
Reach Their
Lowest Price
DIMITY 5C YD
Look these Dimities over compare
tliem with others Sc goods louil note
no dlflVrmce onlj that our assortment Is
more varied We paid as much for ours
as other merchants did were will
ing to suffer a loss hence Instead of Sc
these ligured dimities go for 5c
BATISTE 7C YD
5
TaJe jour pick of any 12ic and 15c
rigured Batiste white or black ground
with stripes dots scrolls Jigures buds
etc fast colors all of them Bo quick
DIMITY 9 c YD
A real garden of styles One hand
somer than the other Every Imaginable
up-to-date stvle In this vast assortment
Some have fold as high as 19c none low
er than Kfec All to go at 9c jard
LAWN IOC YD
40 lnch Plain Lawn line and sheer
varranted to wash In Kile olive lemon
heliotrope navy red 3 shades of pink
lgbt blue cadet cerise tan rose a
termclon and black regular 15c value
Our price 10c
LansburghBro
42D io 426 Seventh St
Discount
On Go Carts
And Baby
Carriages
This price reduction applies to
every vehicle In our stock which
embraces the newest and hand
somest st les of the season In ad
dition to this liberal discount jou
are as welcome as eer to credit
Pajmcnts arranged to suit your
convenience weekly or monthly
AH summer furniture Mattings
Refrigerators Ice Chests etc at
real bargain prices
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pression and make jou look younger with our
plates They contain the Vera double suction
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tracting is absolutely painless 1 had seven
teeth extracted by the Vtro Dentists and felt
no pain whatever JhO E HAilUOND 413
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our rats are greatly reduced during cummer
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New cfce hours 6 a m to G p m Sun
days 0 s m to I p ra
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In rent applied on purchase it
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liar anything in DLNTIiiTHY at the lowest
prices batutaction guaranteed Painlcs op
Mtion
Electrical appliances for erening work
Consultation free
crMids Tnite1 at tfwlr homes by compe
irrt dentlt 15 years cipcrience
Wcckly or monthly- payments
H H PARCHER
Offl d ttrMlnrr Kill n St K W
Coals Expensive
USE COKE
for the Slimmer cooling Youll find it
better than and much h caper It
maltftt a quick hot fire Our coke U
clean no wat
25 bmhrh Large ke delivered J2O0
40 buheLi L rte Coke dtlircrcd SUM
CO Innlel Large Coke diljrerfd 10
25 bushels CruJinl Cok delivered 250
40 bushel Crushed Coke delivered 370
CO bushel Crn hed Coke drliitrnl5 30
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EliCANT
RESENTS
For PREMIUM STAMPS
KINGS PAZACE
18814 7th at
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HEAT ATLANTIC ASD PACIFIC TEA
CO Uain Store comer 7th and K
Streets Ilrancbes all orcr the citj
snl in all markets
BALTIMORE 3XARB0E WOBK
JL Ilrtmrt ud tliv ImiirotfMiipnt in
Irojrremi TinTP
The report of Lieut Col O II Ernst
Engineer Officer in charge of the im
provements in the Ualtlmore Harbor and
the rivers In Mar land was submitted to
the Chief of Engineers of the War De
partment yet terday
It Is estimated that J9iW0 will be re
quired to complete the contemplated im
provements of the Susquehanna IUver
above and below Havre de Grace It also
shows that the sum of 31171922 was ex
pended during the fiscal year ended June
30 1901 upon Improvements of Patfipico
River and channel to Baltimore There
Is unexpended for the completion of the
work the sum of JCWCSTC The sum es
timated to compute the improvement of
the harbor of Southwest Baltimore
Spring Garden is 309000 Nothing was
expended on the work last year
MANY BILLIONS COMBINE
Northern Pacific Directory Joins
the Wealth of the Conntry
Memlicrfililii Include Men Connect
ed With Forts -nix Jrejit Iliiiuieliil
Life ItiNtiriince nntl lmluMtrliil
TriiNt mid Iorly tlircp Itniliv 11 H
The Immjnslty of the recent community
of interest developments in the rallvva
financial and Industrial world is shown
in TT startling way by statistics published
in the current issue of the Hallway
World in an a tide on the new board of
directors of the Northern Pacific Hall
way It is shown thtt these new directors
are connected with nearly all the Im
portant banks and trust companies of
New York that they are connected also
with many of the great insurance and In
dustrial trusts and that tin illy they are
directors in nearly all the great railway
systems of the country
Every member is a man of note In the
Industrial world Of its fifteen memlers
James Stillman and Georgo F Baker are
the presidents respectively of the Na
tional City Bank of New York and the
First National Bank of New York two
of the three strongest nnd most Impor
tant banks in America Edward H Har
riman Is the head of the great Harri
man system of railroads William Rocke
feller is a Vice President of tho Standard
Oil Company and the representative of
its Interests In railway affairs James J
Hill Is the President of the Great North
ern Bail way and the executive officer of
the Hill Morgan interests In northwest
ern railways Brayton Ives is the Presi
dent of the Metropolitan Trust Company
Charles S Mellcn and Daniel Lamont are
President and Vice President re spectiv e
lv of the Northern Pacific Railroad
Samuel Ilea is Vice- President of tho
rcnnslvania Railroad and its
on the- boards of various rallwajs
which it controls or in which It Is inter
ested Kben B Thomas Is tho chairman
of the board of directors of the Erie and
Lehigh Villej rualuavs Charles Steele
and Robert Bacon aro members of the
firm of J Plerpont Morgan Co and
its representatives in the directorate of
the United States Steel Corporation and
many other Industrial ana railway enter
prises D Willis James is VIee President
of the United States Trust Company and
is interested In numerous extensive min
ing enterprises John S Kennedy Is a
director in the National Bank of Com
merce one of the three largest banks in
the United States and Hamilton MclC
Twombly Is the representative of the
Vanderbilt interests on substantially all
of tho boards of directors of the railways
In which it is intereste d Only the more
Important affiliations of these gentlemen
aro Indicated in tho foregoing A hasty
examination shows tliat one or more
members of the new Northern Pacific
board are directors or trustees in the
following New York bank3 and trust
companies
Astor National Bank Bank of Manhat
tan Company Bank of the Metropolis
Bowery Savings Bank Chase National
Bank Columbia Bank First National
Bank Hanover National Bank Leather
Manufacturers National Bank Liberty
National Bank Lincoln National Bank
Mercantile National Bank National Bank
of Commerce National City Bank Second
National Bank Western National Bank
These banks have a total capital of 42
000000 and a total of surplus and undi
v Ided profits of tC9C937C9
American Surety Company Central
Realty Bond and Trust Company Central
Trust Company Farmers Loan and Trust
Company Guarantee Trust Company
Manhattan Trust Company Mercantile
Trust Company Metropolitan Trust Com
pany Morton Trust Company New York
Security and Trust Company Standard
Trust Company Title Guarantee and Trust
Company United States Trust Company
United States Manufacturing and Trust
Company These companies have a total
capital of ClOWOuO and a total of surplus
and undivided profits of iiSW3i
In other words the Northern Pacific
Railroad corporation Is now brought into
direct relation through its directorate
with New York financial institutions
which in capital and accumulated surplus
control ilSiT093Bl Four Northern Pacific
directors are on the boards of the Na
tional City Bank and the United States
Trust Company three on those of the
Farmers Loan and Trust Company Gua
rantee Trust Company and National Bank
of Commerce two on those of the Ameri
can Surclj Company Bowery Savings
Bank Hanover National Bank Lincoln
National Bank New York Security and
Trust Company and the Second National
Bank and one In each of the other
boards indicated Directors of the North
ern Pacific are also directors or trustees
of the following life and fire Insurance
companies Continental Insurance Com
pany Equitable Life Assurance Society
Mutual Life Insurance Company New
York Life Insurance Company North
British and Mercantile Insurance Com
pany ad Queen Insurance Companv
Theso companies have gross assets of
fcfiSSTiie
The Mutual Life Insurance Companys
board contains three of the Northern Pa
cifics directors tho others one each The
great industrial and manufacturing corpo
rations on the boards of which the mem
bers of the Northern Pacific directorate
sit Include the following
Adams Express Company Amalgamated
Copper Company American Bridge Com
pany Anaconda Copper Mining Company
Arcadian Copper Company General Elec
tric Company Standard Oil Craipaiiy
United States Steel Corporation Vst rn
Union Telegraph Company Wehtinghouse
Electric and Manufacturing Company
Total capitalization Stock J1517399U0
bonds and debentures 344 3CUM
The railroad affiliations of the new di
rectors are naturally the most extensive
of all The principal operating companies
-whose hoards are thus linked to that of
the Northern Pacific are as follows
Atchison Topeka and Santa Fc Balti
more and Ohio Baltimore nnd Ohio
Southwestern Baltimore Chesapeake and
Atlantic Central of Georgia Central
Railroad of New Jersey Ches ipeke and
Ohio Chicago and Alton Chicago and
N W Chicago Burlington ami yuincy
Chicago Indiana and Louisiana Chicago
Milwaukee and St Paul Cleveland Cin
cinnati Chlcagoand St Louis Delaware
Lackavvana and Western Erie Great
Noithern Hocking Vallcy Illinois Cen
tral Kansas City Southern Lake Erie
and Western Lake Shore and Michigan
Southern Leavenworth Kansas and
WVstirn Lehigh nnd Hudson River Le
high Valley Michigan Central MIouri
Kansas and Texas New York Central
and Hudson River New York Chicago
ana St Louis Mjw lork New Haven
and Hartford Norfolk and Western
Origon Riilroadand Navigation Company
uregon anon tane i cimsyivama lcnn
sylvanla Company Pacific Coast Com
pany Philadelphia and Reading Pitts
burg and Lake Erie Pittsburg Cleveland
Cincinnati and St Louis Southern South
ern Pacitle Union Pacific Yazoo and
Mississippi Valley
These rallnas oficrate 102411 miles of
road They have capital stocks of
2il9199l and a total funded debt of
3304i0TS
Adding the Northern Pacific mileage
stocks and funded debt not Including
the securities Issued on account of the
Burlington purchase the aggregate Is
1077W miles 3 9 19094 par value of
stocks and J3 131010378 par value of
funded Indtbtedneas There are four
Northern Pacific directors In the boards
of the Erie and Delaware Lackawanna
and Western Hallways three In that of
the Baltimore and Ohio and two in those
of the Chicago and1 Alton Chicago and
Northwestern Chesapeake and Ohio
Hocking Vnllev Iake Erie and Western
New York Chicago and St Ixiuis Nc
York Central and Hudson River Pacific
Coast Company and Union Pacific
The careful observer of current railway
developments will understand tliat many
of these r latlonshlps arc to be regarded
as fortuitous rather than as representing
a conscious Intention of bringing the
different corporations Into closer affinity
On the other hand many of them are the
result of design and none of them can
fall to have its Influence on the future of
the properties involved
Your Ovrn Fnult
Count tint day Iot uhe low tirsrcndlng
un Irarra jou tired crcs and discouraged
because you hare not tept vourulf Invigorated
and cool r rlrinkine tliat delicious lii altuful
UtnpLrancc betcrage ataxic
THE TIMES WASHINGTON TUESDAY JULY 30 1901
Save the Babies
INFANT MORTALITY is something tfrightfiil We can hardly realize that of
all the children horn in civilized countries twenty two per ccntv or nearly
one quarter die before they reach one yeaf thirty seven per cent or more than
one third before they are five and one half before they are fifteen
We do not hesitate to say that a timely use of Castoria would save a ma
jority of these precious lives Neither do we hesitate to say that many of these
infantile deaths are occasioned by the use of narcotic preparations Drops tinctures
and soothing syrups sold for childrens complaints contain more or less opium or
morphine They are in considerable quantities deadly poisons In any quantity
they stupefy retard circulation and lead to congestions sickness death Castoria
operates exactly the reverse but you must see that it bears the signature of
Chas H Fletcher Castoria causes the blood to circulate properly opens the
pores of the skdi and allays fever
AStgctable Pr cparalionrorAs
slmilating tttcFood andBeguIa
ling foe5touwclsardJ3oweisof
Promotes DigesliooCrieerPijI
ness andRest Contains neither
OpiumMorplune norlEiicraL
Not Narcotic
Rape afOUa SiKlTLPtTCIim
JbcSavut
JZ
lliirayioii narcr
Aperfecl Remedy forConslipa
Hon Sour Sloimch Diarrhoea
WonraConvukionsFcverish
ness and Loss OF SLEEP
Facsimile Signature of
NEW YORK
a
EXACT COPY 07 WRAPPER
A
TO TRACE ABCTIC CUBKENTS
A Plan 1ronoHcil lr Mel
illle to He Textel
Arrangements have been made by Cap
tain Shoemaker Chief -of tho Kevenue
Cutter Serv Ice to place a number of spe
cially prepared casks dVUgned by Rcar
Admlral Melville Engineer in Chief or
the Navy on ice ilocs in Behrine Sea to
test the directfon ol the currents that
flow from the- polar regions There are
fiftj of these casks each 2S Inche long
anil 16 Inches in diameter pointed at
each end and painted black so as to be
seen easily Inside each are directions
in half a dozen languages to K follow
ed by an one who flndc a cask
The finder is asked to vvrjta to the
nearest United States Consul giving the
latitude and longitude where the cask
was found the date and the number of
the cask He is also asked to pluff up
the cask again and turn it adrift- It is
e tpectcd that In this way some Interest
ing information nf value to mariners and
Arctic explorers will be obtained Ad
miral Melville said yesterday that the
idea was to demonstrate the drift of
Behring Strait The casks he explained
were to be placed on tho highest hum
mocks of flow ice The revenue cutter
Dear is going as far as possible to the
northward and westward of Herald Isl
and and as close as possible to the Amer
ican archipelago to deposit them
Admiral Melville said that the casks
were expected to demonstrate whether
the pack drifts from the Arctic to the
westward or to the south and cast Into
the Atlantic If they came out between
Spitzenber and Greenland they would
go across the North 1ole he said and
if they came out between Nova Zembla
and Kran7 Josef Land the current would
be shown to have a southern cant
ADVANCED RANK GIVEN
The IrcMlilent Mitiim CommlNHlon
for OflleerM of the Aruiy nnd Vaiy
The President has signed the following
commissions
Charles L Davis to be colonel of infan
try Samuel It Whltali to be lieutenant
colonel of Infantry Hobert F Ames to be
major of infantry Robert N Getty to be
major of Infantry
To be captains of the Artillery Corps
VIlllam Chamberlalne Charles P Sum
mrall William M Crulkshunk Gordon
G Hefner Edward J TlrnWrJake jr O
IS Parr William P PenceTames M Wil
liams Dwlght E Aultman Alston Ham
ilton John C Gllmore jr Rogers F
Gardner Joseph L Knowlton Conway H
Arnold jr
Henry 13 Farrar and Clifton C Carter
lo be first lieutenants In the Artillery
Corps Vernon IC Earthman to be sur
geon of volunteers with rank of major
Michael A Robert and W Turin r Woot
en to be assistant surgeon of volunteers
with rank of taptain
John B Collins to be commander in tne
navy Thomat T Craven Henry C Mus
tln Duncan M Wood and Charles L
Poor to be lieutenants Junior grade
James Laven Frank Oirall and Henry
Feelian to be Iwatswalns
Jteerelnrj Iium Vacation
Secretary Long expects to leave Wash
ington on Thursday for his summer va
cation which will bo spent for the most
part at his homo In Illtigham Alaan The
Assistant Secretary Mr Hackottwho
ban been In New Hampshire during the
month of Julv will return tomorrow and
conduct affairs at the Navy Department
during Mr absence Secretary
Iong will return at least two weeks be
fore the Sthliy Court of Enquiry con
venes
Clinrtlnir Philippine lliirlorn
Commander J A Norris of the navy
has been assigned to have chargo of tho
Philippine longitude expedition which Is
to be sent out by the Navy Department
for tho purpose of ensuring accuracy in
plotting charts now bt in made of the
waters of the archipelago The party will
sail from Son Francisco on September 1
and will be under the jurisdiction of the
commander in chief of tho Asiatic Sta
tion Commander Norris his hid charge
of bevsral expeditions of like character
Doctors and druggists take ltoyal Hcudaciic
Tablet Theyre a kaf and sure cure
Tho Rind Ton Have Always Bought and -which lias been
in uso for over 30 years has borne tho signature or
- and has been made under his
sonal supervision since its Infancy
jiCUCuZ AllownoonetodecctvGvouInthls
All Counterfeits Imitations nnd Just-as-good are batj
Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health o
Infants and Children Experience against Experiment
What is CASTORIA
Castoria la a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare
goric Drops and Soothing Syrups It is Pleasant I6V
contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotio
substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worm
nnd allays Fevcrishness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation
and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates tho
Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep
The Childrens Panacea The Mothers Friend
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
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Pdnrn tViA SicrnofTiro rt
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The Kind You toe Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years
Thc ccmtmm cwmurr tt hubkav srnccT mm vom cm
LONE WOLFS LAST -HOPE GONE
Oklahoma Indue RefneH Injunction
In Indlrtn Lnnd Openlue
Secretary Hitchcock received a despatch
yesterday from William A Richards As
sistant Commissioner of the Land Office
stating that Judge Irwin at El Iteno
had denied the application of Lone Wolf
and others for an Injunction against the
United States to prevent tho opening of
the Kiowa md Wichita reservations to
settlement Secretary Hitchcock wis
much pleased with the report which also
stated that the work of drawing tickets
for the land In accordance with the plan
adopted by the department was progress
ing satisfactorily
The drawing will be completed this
week and on August 6 the lucky holders
of prize tickets will be permitted to se
lect their homesteads as on that day the
entries will be recorded Only 125 will
be allowed to make their entrance on tho
first day and the same number each suc
ceeding day -until the 1300 homesteads
have been distributed
ABMY ORDEBS
Second Lieut -Harry E Mitchell Artil
lery Corps Is assigned to the Fourteenth
Battery field artillery
Capt Thomas IlTWilson Second
V rrniltbiir offlr er at New- Haven
Is directed to visit ithe latter city not
of tener than once every flv e days
Llcstenant Arnold H ordered to Milwau
kee Wis for recruiting duty
Capt Frank B McKenna Twenty
eighth Infantry Is relieved of duty at
Chicago and ordered to join his regiment
uiion tho expiration of his preseift leave
of absence
Capt Ira MacNutt Ordnance Depart
ment is ordered to make visits as follows
to tho places Indicated on business pertain
ing to the manufacture of material for
the Ordnance Department Not to exceed
one visit to the works of the American
Ordnance Company Lynn Mass not to
exceed two lsits each to Hilton Head S
C and Fishers Island N Y not to ex
ceed four v Isits each to the works of the
Atha Steel Company Harrison N J the
Tailor Iron and Steel Company High
Bridge N J and the American Ordnance
Company Bridgeport Conn not to ex-
ceea bix visits to tno worKs or tne unggs
Seabury Gun and Ammunition Company
Derby Conn
The following transfers have been or
dered Capt Thomas M Corcoran from
the Twelfth Cavalry to the Thirteenth
Cavalry Capt Francis Le J Parker
from the Thirteenth Cavalry to the
Twelfth Cavalry Upon their arrival at
San Francisco Cal the officers named
will proceed to Join their respective regi
ments
In the Eighth Infantry Capt Wilds P
Richardson from Company L to Company
M Capt John K Miller from Company
M to Company L Capt Edgar S Walker
from Comirany I to Company II Capt
Traber Norman from Company H to
Company I
In the Twentieth Infantry Capt Wil
liam P Burnham front Company B to
Company C Capt Frank D v ebsfer
from Company C to Company B First
Lieut Charles C 1pdi3 from Company A
to Company K First Lieut John L Do
Witt from Company K to Company A
i irst jaeut fain 1 navne jr
teentn cavalry Is transferred upon his
own request to theFourteenth Cavalry
First llenrj II Rutherford as
sistant surgeon United States Army Is
honorably discharged by the Secretary
of War us captain assistant surgeon
United States Voluntetrs only m
Chaplain Walter Marvine Ninth In
fantry Is transferred to the Artillery
Corps and will proceed to Honolulu Ha
waiian Islands
Contract Surgeon Arthur 1 Boyer
United States Army Is relieved from fur
ther duty at Fort Columbus New York
and will prpceed to Fort Law ton Wash
ington
Contract Surgeon Joseph W Walsh
United States Army Is relieved from
duty at the United States General Hos
pital Washington Barracks District of
Columbia nnd will proceed to Fort
Canby Washington
-Major William II Corbusler surgeon
and Capt John S Kujp assistant sur
geon United States Army are detailed as
members of the examining board con
vened at tho Army Building New York
City vice Mujors Henry S Kllbourneand
William D Crosby surgeons United
St ites Army relieved
Capt Herbert N Royden Twenty sixth
Infantry now at San rrarcisco Cal will
proceed to Omaha Neb and relieve First
I leut Daniel G Berry First Infantry
from recruiting duty in that city
CHASETS CLOSING WEEK
An Excellent Production of A Day
nnd a Msht
The final week of the summer season of
Hovtlan comedes at the Grand was In
augurated yesterday when two large au
diences applauded the capable work of
the comedy stock company in A Day and
a Night Despite the humidity every
eat in the roomy playhouse was occu
pied last night and the terrors of high
temperature were forgotten during three
V hours of merriment The production Is
as near perfection as the author himself
might have wished it and is even more
elaborate and more satisfactory than tho
presentation given the farce during its
former appearance in this city The
characters have been distributed among
the members of the clever company with
great discretion and from Otis Harlan
who Is once more the Marble Hart which
lie originated to the members of the
chorus who assist In the specialties
hardly a word of adverse criticism can
be used The fun making piece has been
carefully groomed The hitches and
rough spots have either been eliminated
or smoothed over and the result with
the aid of the many delightful specialties
introduced i3 very enjoyable and Is cer
tain to draw big crowds all weclc
rtin is placed in charge also of the re- Otis Harlan is nt home in his familiar
cruitlng station at Hartford relieving 1 0u breezy Marble Hart the meek
rirst Lieut Conrad II Arnold Jr and sport from Jersey He Is a comdy and
vaudeville show In himself and every
thing he attempted brought encore after
encore John W Dunne as Commodore
Lyon Hart was as good as usual which
is high praise as he is a finished come
dian and manages to get the subtle
humor of the playwright as the latter In
tended it Amy Fanchonetti was an
amusing Fuschla Hurt and made good in
all the part offered her Andrew Bode
was Savage Noves the deacon and con
tributed his share to tho fun of the per
formance Little Chip has a congenial part
as N Guge Chips the stage manager
and introduced some specialties worth
the price of admission alone David
Andrada was Routt Booker the theatri
cal manager and secured popular favor
Hcnriette Lee the charming widow la
the former productions has a new field
as Ada Marr the footlights favurlte and
is clellgntcul throughout Jlary Marble
is the ludicrous country girl and
succeeds In gaining favor Some of
the specialties worth seeing are Clara
Stephens and La Ietite Alma In a
dancing turn The latter la really a phe
nomenon aud gained a half dozen encores
by her work last night George Wiseman
David Andraibi Lindsay Hall and An
drew Bode form one of the best male
quartettes ever heard In this city and
have a delightful series of selections
Four encores were given hist night the
last When Your Love Grows Cold be
ing the best- of the lot and should be
given a better place Mary Marble has
a neat dance attached to a pleasing ren
dition of The
Henrietta Lee has 1 little gem In Im
Lonely Since My Babys Gone and
scored a big hit last night A septette
renders Anthea in a superb manner in
the last net The inimitablo Harlan has
three songs all of which brought encores
and furnished much amusement- Little
Chip does some clever work In The
Coster Boy There are a dozen other
specialties of note Matinees Thursday
una oatr nay
significance In Chontea Visit
The statement was made jesterday up
on behalr of the State Department that
the visit of Ambassador Choate to Hol
land has no public or political signifi
cance It v as stated In a London paper
that he ha I gone there upon invitation
extended by Mr Krugcr who wished to
ask him to act as mediator between tho
Boers and British
DIcliarKcd From the Army
The War Department has issued an
order discharging from tho array without
honor Privates ThomaaF Corkle Fred
erick G Atklni and Philip J Lathamer
of the Hospital Corps at tho Army Gen
eral Hospital Washington Barracks and
Privates Herbert K Bennett and Harry
O Carter Hospital Corps Company of
Instruction Washington Barracks by
reason of their own misconduct
lv illy Order-
Lieut II- Eldredge retired to duty aa
assistant to officer in charge Branch Hy
drographlc Ofilce Norfolk Ensigns II O
Sparrow Rnd II E Lackey commissioned
ensign from January 23 130L
NO ACTION ANTICIPATED
Knights ofCoItuubtusXot Disturb
ed by licports of Opposition
nialinp Inns ens Attitnle May He
Overruled Selection of n cvr
Arclihlnhop Fnv nrnlile to the
Order Imlirr llnnnnnN lleiv
There appears to be little alirm on tho
pirt of the local Knights of Columbus In
consequence of the nctlon of Bishop Jans
sen of Belleville lit against the estab
lishment of tho society ia his diocese
Knights of the ordr in Washington do
not conceive tht Bishop Janssen is sup
ported in his attltutle of antipathy to the
order by any prominent dignitaries of
the Catholic Church nor U any action
agnlnst th9 order anticipated on the part
of American Bishops Cardinals or the
Porc
Many of the highest official of the Cath
olic Church In this country are members
of the order and confidence In their sup
port Is Mt Other prominent officials of
tho Church have sanctioned its mystic
ritual which Is open to all priests to
know without necessarily being members
of the order and Cardinal Martlnelll
himself Is understood to have read and
revised the fourth or memorial degree
of the order At any rate it Is a well
known fact that Cardinal Martlnelll is a
stanch friend of the order and takes
great pleasure In attending its religious
celebrations
It is stated that the Knights ot Colnm
bus is not regarded as a secret society
In that Interpretation of the term which
brings secret societies under the baa ot
theChjrch Every Knight Is obliged to
inform his confessor of the ritual and
working of the order
Father Hannan pastor ot St Anthonys
Church Brookland Is State chaplain ot
the order of the Knights of Columbu3 in
this jurisdiction and was tho first priest
south of Philadelphia to become a Knight
of tho order lib is very enthusiastic with
respect to the prospects of tho Knights of
Columbus In this country and even in
other lands especially Ireland Father
Hannan Is thoroughly familiar with the
status and history of the order
When shown the article appearing in
The Times announcing the action taken
by the Bishop of Belleville against
the order Father Hannan smiled He re
marked that most ot the gentlemen quot
ed knew as much about the Knights of
Columbus as the average Catholic knew
about Free Masonry
The comment of Dean McClancy of
New York to the effect that billy goat
chivalry was unworthy of decent men
was shown to Father Hannan who said
that he did not care to express an opin
ion about billy goats in the Knights of
Columbus and added that he had never
heard of Dean McClancy
Father Hannan Is the only priest who
represented tho Archdiocese of Baltimore
at the recent consecration ot Bishop Mul
doon at Chicago on Thursday last
There were present SCO priests said
Father Hannan many of them Knights
or Columbus- Bishop MuMoon is himself
a Knight of the order and if he should
become Archbishop or Chicago Bishop
Janssen of Belleville would be his sub
ordinate and appeals from Bishop Jans
sen concerning the Knights of Columbus
would go to Bishop Muldoon Sunday
evening last in Chicago the Knights of
Columbus tendered Bishop Mutdoon a
magnificent reception
The new Bishop ot Portland Me the
Right Rev R R O Conneil whd -was at
the bead of the American College In Rome
for years was a very enthusiastic Knight
before leaving Boston for Rome- Tha
first thipg orf returning to his see at Port
land the Bishop -renewed his allegiance
to the Knights Bishop OConnell was
the Popes personal choice for the dio
cese of Portland la itself a very re
markable thing
And the fact that these two brilliant
and young ecclesiastics the most recent
appointments to bishoprics in this coun
try both of whom were classmates and
warm personal friends of mine at the
very seminary where Father McGlvney
the founder of the order was educated
and ordained are very enthusiastic
Knights and are doing everything in
their power to propagate the Knights ot
Columbus in New England and the
West Is the best answer that can be
made to the Bishop of Bellevilles mani
festo
Father Hannan was told about the man
ifesto while at Bishop Mnldcons conse
cration He said it was the opinion of the
priests at the consecration that the Bishop
of Belleville would very soon change his
stand In the matter
Father Hannan suggests that the
Bishop of Belleville can see the ritu
al of the order If he cares to Fathor
Hannan Is authority for the statement
that that part of the rvtual which pertains
to the memorial services was prepared at
the Catholic university by a priest of
national Tepute and submitted to Cardinal
Martlnelll as the representative of the
Pope- Father Hannan further states that
the Cardinal expressed himself as much
pleased and considered it very beautiful
and absolutely unobjectionable In fact
Father Hannan says the Cardinal correct
ed It himself in at Ienst one place
Dr Garrigan a classmate of Father
McGlvney and the Vice President of tire
Catholic University of America is also a
prominent Knight of the order He is
now absent In Ireland
EXCURSIONS
There Is always an opportunity of keep
ing cool by taking the trip to Mount Ver
non on the swift electric trains of ther
Washington Alexandria and Mount Ver
non Railway Company The route is down
the shores of the historic Potomac and
ail the Interesting historical points passed
en route are located and explained by
competent guides wlio accompany all
Mount Vernon trains Stop over privileges
allowed at Alexiiidrla Connection is
made for the beautiful National Arlington
Cemetery- Trains for Mount Vernon leave
station Pennsylvania Avenue ard
Street every hour week
days from 10 a m to 3 p ru
Tomorrow completes the regular Chau
tauqua programme at Chautauqua Beach
Md A successful course has been given
and extensively patronized during the last
four and a halt weeks Among the emi
nent speakers have been Dr Robert
Nourse Prof and Mrs Byron W King
of Pittsburg Prof Marshal Lowe Ph
D of Chicago Prof I W Thomas of
Duluth Minn Mrs Elizabeth de Barrie
Gill of Philadelphia Prof a E Kemp
ot Chicago Mr Trank A Cattern of
Cleveland Rev Frank M Bristol D D
of Washington Rev F M Power D D
of Washlngtem Prof Charles r Craig
of Chicago and Dr G W Adams of
New Yorlc
Today and tomorrow afternoom con
certs are to be given by the United States
Naval Academy Orchestra which plays
dally throughout the season Tonight and
tomorrow night the Rev Dr M B Lamb-
din of West Virginia gives his two fa
mous stereoptlcon lecture- on the Recent
Diseoveries In BlbleXand5 Thursday
Fridav and Saturday nights Dr McLean
gives his popular stereoptlcon lectures on
Into and Out of Wonderland and
Through California Oregon and Wash
ington August 5 23 Dr McLean contin
ues his popular World Travels lectures
Catarrh
If a constitutional disease
It originates in a scrofulous condition ot
the blood and depends on that condition
It often causes headache and dizziness
Impairs the taste smell and hearing af
fects the vocal organs disturbs the stomaclt
It la always radically and permanently
cured by the blood purifying alterative
and tonic action of
Hoods Sarsaparilla
This great medicine has wrought the mo
wonderful cures of all diseases depending
on scrofula or the scrofulous habit
Uood8 Fills are the beat cathartic
c D
Woodward
and
Lothrop
New York Washington Paria
During the summer store closes
rtt 5 oclock Saturdays at 1
oclock
Continued
Clearance Sale
Before
Stock Taking
Wednesday we shall take our
summer inventory and as we are
desirous of reducing our stock to
the smallest proportions possible
by that time we offer all slow-selling
goods incomplete assort
ments to-be-continued designs ir
regular staple stocks and the like
At Great Reductions From
Former Prices -
Aud in order to effect a quick
and complete clearance of all
remnants we have marked them
regardless of former prices
This sale also includes various
Iota of merchandise large or
small as the case may be com
prising desirable requisites in
wearing apparel housekeeping
helps and many other things for
summer use recently purchased
and offered at prices which will
be quickly recognized by shrewd
buyers as rare bargains
Clearance Sale of
Wash Dress Goods
Foreign and domestic and every
yard produced for the present sea
son offered at
Two Thirds a Half and Less
Than Half Former Prices
Dainty Dimities Lawns Organ
dies Swisses and many of the
other most beantiful and most
popular sorts of wash fabrics for
midsummer wear
Stock taking is but three days
off and we wanfess yards to
count this year than weve ever
had in any season gone Hence
the very decided price reductions
Some of the most interesting
items are as follow sr
12i Cent
Printed Lawns
6ic the Yard
A lot composed of several kinds
all sheer and pretty WTiite
ground with printings of lavend
er heliotrope red yellow also a
few solid colors principally- in
old rose and pinks
12i Cent
New Dimities
7ic the yard
The very best quality of 12g
Dimities and all new crisp per
fect goods fine and sheer print
ed in scores of the most wanted
designs on white ground Jeat
figures and stripes and the hand
some large patterns in pleasing
variety
12 Cent
Dotted Swisses
8c the Yard
Tinted grounds of green yel
low red and blue with printed
figures of black and white also
white ground with pink blue
heliotrope and navy stripes A
great many very pretty effects
Remnants of
Cotton Dress Goods
At Half and Less
2 to 12 yard lengths
Imported
23c Belfast Dimities424c yard
33c Foulardiiies 12Jc yard
23c Mercerized Pongee 12Jc
yard
Domestic
9c Lawns 5c yard
9c Dimities 5c yard
124c Dotted Swiss Sc yard
124c Lawns Sc yard
124c Percales Sc yard
First Floor Tenth Street
WOODWARD LOTHRO
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