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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. SUNDAY, JANUARY 26. 1913.
THE OPEN FORUM
. GIVES LION'S TAIL
AN AWFUL TWIST
Derides Senator Root's Speech and Op
poses Any Suggestion of
To the Editor: That Senator Root has
delivered his much-heralded speech,
"Tls true: 'tis true, 'tis pit: and pity
'tis 'tis true."
He has shown American statecraft
of the Republican brand up in a very
poor light. It was tired out when the
bill passed, and this "tired out" feeling
seems to be chronic with much of our
legislation, especially that relating to
Other nations know that all they will
have to do is to put forward the most
u,bsurd claims and persist, and that this
"tired out" feeling will take possession,
and that the matter will be settled by
shifting the question to a foreign arbi
tration tribunal, and hence the odious
deals that have been put off on us.
It was that "tired out" feeling which
permitted the Halifax award to be palm
ed off on our government. This was
the most consummate theft or bare-faced
jtibbery that was ever put off on a na
tion. It waR that "tired out" feeling that
permitted the ratiitcatiun of the lnfa
mous Clayton-Hulwer treaty, and the
Venezuela arbitration, and the, "tired
tit" feeling is responsible for the Hay
Pauncefote treaty, which brings us Into
our present trouble. This "tired out"
feeling has been responsible for much
maladministration and legislation that
has cost this nation millions and mil
lions it dollars for the benefit of the
few It is this "tired out" feeling that
makes us flee to arbitration Instead of
settling all our questions ourselves, as
.U enlightened nations do.
If Senator Rout's theories were car
ried out lij this government It would be
nothing short of giving up our sovereign
rights to another nation.
If Kngland were to gain the point in
this control ersv she is contending for,
wo had uist as well allow her to formu
late regulations for the Krle Canal or
the Mississippi River. And our Consti
tution would forbid this. When Japan
was making efforts to secure land In
Mexico. Kngland was las she is now! an
hIIj of Japan. Kncland was then press
ing her t-lamis to having a hand in run
ning the ijnal for ns s.he yields one
point to take up another she's ljound
to have something she. a friend of
Japan, warned us to look out that Ja
pan was after Magdalena Hay. As Knc
land foresaw, we at once became alarm
ed about the designs of Japan, and
went to work to thwart them. This was
ne instance where our Senate was "tired
't " but Kngland's cunning triumphed
."lie got through the Ilay-Paunoeforte
treaty all right, and Japan never had
the leat liitentii.il .,f harm to any
body. A very much more dangerous
power s oks to gain wme hold on a
much inor.- ital economic utility that
cost this government $323.0 lO.OflO, and yet
we. HKe an lnnoeent child, play with the
beautiful but cunning serpent and fall
to see danger We must have thought
mat we would have full and undisputed
control over the canal, or we would
never have abrogated the Clayton-Bui
ner treaty. Wo would also never have
entered Into any other treaty which did
not give us this undisputed control,
we would neer have built the canal If
we liad not been pretty sure on this
The excuse of Mr. Root that "we
were tired out when the bill was
passed" Is a very poor one. It opens the
eyes of this nation to much that we can
not only regret but stand in dread of.
A big body of men dealing with the
intricate problems of state becoming
"'lred out. " and throwing them to the
dogs presents a very lamentable spec
tacle to the American people.
Our sovereignty Is In jeopardy.
If England gains her point this will
plan) her In a position to bo constantly
on the look-out for violations of the
equal privilege understanding, and all
the power it carries with it. which In
the hands of England would be Im
mense, and we would be. "tired out."
Indeed by her never ceasing teasing,
find finally glvo over the canal to her.
Our sovereignty is Involved In this
icry question. Can we turn over our
internal affairs to other nations?
Rightly understood. England's attl
t ide toward us Is an affront. She pre
sumes upon our ignorance of foreign
nff.iirs and becoming ""ired out" to
make us puppets. All nations are but
her pawns, which she moves about at
will She is never fatigued, and al
ways knows what to do and how and
when to do It. Her unscrupulous use
of Japa . as mentioned above. Illus
So far as dishonor In violating treaty
obligations is concerned, it would be
not only dishonorable in the light of
English diplomatic dealings with other
powers, and more especially with us, to
do a thing that alms at our sovereign-
He is a poi r student of English history
wh fails to find In It examples of not
onl flagrant violations of her most sa
cred treaty obligation-, but of her lu
plkitj and deceit In taking advantage of
sii i obligations to work mischief to the
pa ties she was hound In honor to In these
tre ties shining example of this
to he found in "the Holy Alliance." cr
t onspirai or Kings. An agreement
was entered into between the kings of
Spain. England, and Russia In which "the
Ugh contracting parties" were "to take
into their holy keeping the affairs of the
-jt-tM." and to see to it that nothing
was done by any nation but that which
was approved by the "God-given right
of thoe who were God's vice regents en
tiis earth." Each or the "high contract
ing parties" was bound in every conceiv
able manner that can bind man's honor
to an interdependence, and to mutual aid
in evry undertaking made by the other.
They were bound, too. to mutual help In
defending any possessions in foreign
lands as if those possessions were their
Spain was at this time mistress of the
world, and "the sun never set on the
Hut her American possessions com
menced ti secede, and all soon fell away.
England, Instead of following her most
binding treaty, saw a. big profit In the
trade f arms and other contraband ar
ticles, and, seeing that the destruction of
Spanish supremacy would accrue to her
benefit, proposed to Mr. Rusk, our Am
bassador to London, to promulgate a dog
ma forbidding any European power to
acquire territory on the American hemi
sphere, or what we know as the Monroe
doctrine. England was. of course, not
to be known In It. because she was still
a factor In "the Holy Alliance," and her
duplicity and double dealing must be hid.
The scheme worked as England fore
saw and she reaped a rich reward by
supplying her allies' enemies with war
material and doing the very reverse to
which she was by treaty bound to do.
This is only one Instance of many. And
yet American statesmen can get their
consent to stand up and heap abuse upon
those who have been patriotic enough to
try to save this country' from the arro
gant assumption of' authority over our
We hope this little piece of English
honor will prove restful and soothing.
GEORGE C. TANNER.
ar Die? In Fire.
Tarragon. Spain. Jan. Z. Four persons
were killed and twenty hurt In a Are
In the. electric light plant at Sao Marco,
a, suburb, to-day.
TO USE CHECK PLAN
All Bills Will Be Settled in Future by
Checks and Income Receired
the Same Way.
On February 1 the new system of
paying its bills by checks instead of by
tubtreasury notes will be put into effect
by the government.
Also, according to the- new rule, all
the Income of the government will be
received by the banks in the form of
cheeks. The payments of the govern
ment will be made fay checks drawn by
disbursing officers on the Treasury of
the United States payable at any Na
tional bank depository and charged to
It is calculated that the new system
will take away from New York about
one billion dollars annually, and dla-
burse It among the National banks in
various parts of the country which are
contiguous to big public works and in
which the government will be ooiigea
to maintain large money reserves to
meet pay checks of its employes.
This new system will also divert a
great sum of money from New ork by
obviating the paj-ment of comi Nslons
to New Tork banks for the tran. of
money by their bank correspond..s In
For instance, it a bank in Denver.
Iwhlch Is not a government depositary".
receives a government checks from a
customer, for 130.000. and the bank hap
pens to need at this particular time a
credit of J30.000 in New Tork. all the
Denver bank will have to do. instead
of buying exchange on New York for
J30.0W. will be to mall Its check to Its
correspondent bank in New York for this
amount. The New York bank will put
the check through the clearing house at
New York to a government .depositary
bank and receive credit or currency for
the amount. Thus the transfer of funds
Is made without expense.
The new system will be a great ad
vantage to the government, as it will
concentrate the entire accounting In the
office of the treasurer of the United
States. The Secretary of the Treasury
will, therefore, know precisely each day
the amount offmoney paid out by dis
bursing oflicers and by each depositary.
I'nder the present system tho accounts
of the disbursing officers are scattered
all over the country, so that It Is Im
possible to know the exact fiscal condi
tion of the government at any precise
Another beneficent feature of the new
practice uill be the thousands of dollars
saved to the government pensioners, as
they will lie able to collect their pension
checks without the payment of exchange.
LINCOLN CORPS AS HOST.
Miss Evelyn Sims, president of Lin
coln Women's Relief Corps, No. 6, has
invited the presidents of all tho corps
In the Department of the Potomac,
their officers and their members, to be
the guests of Lincoln Corps to-morrow-evening
in the corps room at Grand
Army Hall. Miss Sims believes that a
close fraternal spirit among the mem
bers of the organization will tend to
increase Its membership and efficiency.
The session of the corps will be brief
and will be followed by a discussion of
the ritualistic work of the corps and
of the rules and regulations of the or
der, which discussion will be led by
the department patriotic instructor, Mrs.
Isabel Worrell Ball, who Is a member
of Lincoln Corps, and in which all
members of the organization will be
invited to participate.
HOW TO SECURE A $675
SCHUBERT PLAYER PIANO FREE
As a special award to stimulate en
thusiasm In the Merchants and Manu
facturers' j:;.000 Contest In The Wash
ington Herald. The Advocate is going
to give away a J67i Schubert riayer
This high-class instrument has been
purchased from the Joseph Hall Chase
i-iano company. 1307 G Street North
west, and will be presented to the per
son casting the mot votes between
the dates of January 16 and February
Any one Is eligible to compete. This
extra contest I not restricted to those
entered In the main contest.
However, all votes must be cast for
omc contestant, and 0 p. m.. February
. Is the closing hour for counting
votes In the piano award.
Washlnglnnlans are too well
quainted with the excellence of the
Schubert plaser not to appreciate the
remarkable character of this liberal of
fer. This piano has a handsome fumed
oak case the famous Dufliano steel
back, and anutomatlc transposing
tracker deiee. It Is faultless in con
struction and tone.
Visit the contest building. 711 Thir-
tenth Street Northwest, and see this
nt Hebrew Charities.
On Tuesday evening the Jolly Twenty-
iour will give a minstrel show and
dance, the proceeds to go to the Hebrew
Charities of the District under the di
rection of Al darner. The cast will In
clude Abe Shefferman. Interlocutor; the
Garner brothers, end men. and Messrs.
S. I-ache, L. Sachs. E. Shefferman. A.
Cbrdover. M. Abrahams, A. Dannenberg,
M. Gallon. 31. Stein. S. Miller. II.
Kamlnsky, and 31. Rrenner.
KlnK Wire. Thanks.
President Taft yesterday received this
following cablegram from King Alfonso,
of Spain. In response to a birthday greet
ing: "Please accept the expression of
my deep gratitude for your kind greet
ing and good wishes which I warmly
reciprocate to you and to the American
WANTBD-PEOPLE OF MEANS TO
join In nnancinar and ri.rinninn
torlous mining property. Liberal terms
in. i.u o. a-r.mvi-"a, Prescott,
FOR SALE-BEST PAYING RESTAU-
Jain.. line uicaiinn: in nt ".-. i ti
llnols town of 13.000; catering to the best
people; other business; worth Investiga
tion: cash onlv. E. L uewv ?-t
L. MENKE. VSJ
WANTED FACTORY LOCATION
within radius of 300 miles of Chicago
for large machinery mfir. ni.m ..
Ploying over 100 men: company well
known In the world's markets arid with
business enough to employ 130 men with
continual Increase: 60.000 square feet of
factory snare needed with ni.n.. i
additional capital to materially Increase
at" . ,c .'i " - Pius 1H.
Would not consider town where labor
troubles are freouent and mi... S....1
good shipping point. Address FAC
TORY. 106 SchllleV.Bldg.. Chicago.
INVESTORS. SPECULATORS BUY
A"'." v"" "" iina in western Can
ada s five great growing railway towns
3Iany fortunes made. Full Information
free. Terms within your reach. Send
SI for reservations. Write GRAND
TRUNK PACIFIC DEPART3IENT. S
Benson Block. Edmcnton. Alta.
Vrte mat to Pi trati Wilt r. Otddt Book. Sw
uii iDTTOiioRa intea ana
Plim offered for Inrcntiorts
tent fire. l'atrntf adrRtlaed
Victor J. Evans & Co. EBfo
nAI.SK CAPITAL! BEST METHODS;
corporations organized and promoted
everywhert; collections. U. S. LEOAL
COIIR. 610 Band Bid.
AGENTS BIQ DEMAND EVERY
where; good steady proposition: big
proms, write to-day: iree particulars.
LAFFIN BROa, TH Montgomery Bldg.,
AOENTS-OUR NEW HOUSEHOLD
nMlflltl. !! It. .if ntvtflt. .tirmn,..
Write to-day for free particulars. LOCK-
itiAjj aurj"!.! cu, si FUlton St..
New York. City.
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL. THE
nondraft adjustlble window ventilators.
Address NONDRAFT VENTILATOR
CO.. Frankfort. Ind.
AUENTS WANTED ON BEST HAND
double suction vacuum cleaner on
market. Retails JSJiO each; big com
mission; guaranteed territory. PERFECT
CLEANER CO.. 3St Hudson St, New
RESPONSIBLE PARTY FOR ARTISTIC. VERT
deter, useful noteltgrffor lnaurtrratioa weekr pat
ented: crest money maker; red-hot Mller, Address
SCHARL. S39 W. 173th St.. New York.
BILLIARDS, BOWLING. POOL
EXPERT TIRE REPAIRING: ALL
work guaranteed. Collins & Talbert,
15:9 14th St nw. North 4509.
FIVE-PASSENGER TOURING CARS
and taxlcabs for hire. Phone Main
AUTOS FOR HIRE. FIVE AND SEV-en-passenger
touring cars and taxlcabs.
Reasonable rates. PHONE M. 1672.
l-PASS. AUTOS, JI HOUR: ZD-HAND
autos for sale. Un. 263 STEAM
SOUTHEAST GARAGE AND AUTO REPA1B
Shop. -E7 tth St se. Pho Lincoln CO. Vol
cunrtog. fatolin. elli; In tores. 13 a month.
CORNS. BUNIONS. AND INGROWING NAILS
treated without pain. N. LOWE. successor to Dr.
Geo. White. Hit Pa. An. mr. Phon M ID.
DOGS FOR SALE.
FOR HAI.B-ST. BKRNAKD AND COLUB DOGS
ind puppies; redigired. rrcUlerfd tork : hriilifully
marked: tru wlnnerm. Clartr. 7CC T sir. TeL N.aL
BEAUTIFUL FURNISHED HOUSE IN
California for Washington real estate.
I'none .. lis.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FOR SALE BY OWNER; 19.UW ACRES
land In Polk Countr. Fla.: best part of
Florida; high and rolling: first-class for
citrus fruits, sugar cane, and truck
farming. Surrounding land retails at
J to Xii. will sell tract at 7.7o per acre.
Don't compare this with price of swamp
land. GEORGE C. BARTON. Lakeland.
til. 11 US. 3C: WASHSTAND3. S0C: IRON I1KIW.
II; tpriofi, $1.50; Roeton couches. $1.50: riiifforlen.
$3; bumnt. $150; pillows. 3c Mittirss. carpet,
brddlnx. heatltiff stores, rook stores, crocxerr. Every
thlEi cheap. IS 51h St. n.
FOR RENT REAL ESTATE.
HAVE YOUR RENTS INSURED.
YELLOTT & STUBBLEFIELD.
Kth and U Sta, nw. Phone N. UJ.
WANTED TO SUBLET FOR CON
gressional season, &room nonhoupo
keeping apartment; Id floor front; com
pletely furnished. Apply at desk of the
Burlington or phone N. 7751.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
LOTS iS. 53. fl. 61. ROSEDALE ST.
Northeast; north side; between 16th i
ana Iith; wor'h four times prlee nsxed
Price only KZi lor the rou
to asurnt In addition Hen for VO
Ionff time for water main. Must be sold
at onro for -ash only. TIt1i perfect.
Mrs. T9TIA AL.DERTON !G0 Avenue G.
Pine Crest lots are selling this week at
JITS; size IJxl.V); 10 per cent rashf balance
JS.TT ner month: no Interest. J. P.
DAVIS, (an Bond Bldg. Phone SL 3T-
SEND FOR OUR BIO LIST OF FARMS
for sale. MARION DUCKETT & SON.
Rl F Street Northwest.
FARMS. LARGE AND S 51 A IX. NEAR WASH.
Ixtlon: rl.tr sites, tt E C VIACKALL. UK.
rctrtitan Bank Bide
FOR SALE OR RENT.
GET OUR SALES AND RENT LISTS.
JOHN F. DONOIIOE SON3.
Sit Pa. Ave. S. E.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES.
BOYS AND GIRLS READ THIS.
FREE FREE FREE
Watches, cameras, fountain nens. nock-
et knives, bracelets, lavaller necklaces.
lockets, and chains are the premiums we
Tire giving boys nnd girls for Introducing
our sacnir powuer. nuvklti I'lirc-
3IIU3I CO.. Room 3ns. Ben Schwartx
Bldg., SM F St. nw.. Washington, D. C.
LINOTYPE INSTRUCTION: TWELVE
weeks. ISC; unlimited course. J1X0. Earn
13D weekly: best time to start. Largest
school In existence. E.MPIRE SCHOOL.
419 First Ave., New York.
GOVT. EMPLOYES (white) CAN MAKE
money during spare time working ror
company 60 yrs. old. Ap. SOI Westroy bldg.
AN INTELLIGENT PERSON MAT" EARN XV
mocthlr correspondlnf for newitwrws: no canvass
ii; send for nartlcnlars. PRESS SYNDICATE.
KM. Lo-kport. N. T. "
MADE $30,000 IN FIVE TEAKS WITH A
atfnfi tnifi esrArr boilneaa: txnn with 8: and
lor free booklet; UUa'bow. HE ACOCK. E33, Look
port. N. T.
AK INTELLIGENT PERSON MAT EARH KM
montMr ctrrtspondlni tor nawswrers: no canTaaa.
tct: and for partlcclara, PRESS STNDIOATE.
IOC Lerknort. N. T.
IF YOU WANT TO CONVERT TOUR
vacant lots Into cash see or write us at
once, Blvlng- location and price.
NORMAN & ROBINSON. Int.
501 Southern Rulldlnc.
WORKINQMEN THERE NEVER WAS
the slightest question about our abil
ity to Glvo value. Desiaes saving a ouncn
of cash for you. with out little rake-off
un the tide; suits and overcoats, fi to
jioji'sth's or.n stand. i9 d.
I0ST AND FOUND.
LOST FRATERNITY FIN: NAME ON
hack. Liberal reward and no questions
asked if returned to ARMY AND NAVY
LOST LOCKET: MASONIC EMBLEM
on front. W. G. N. on back. Notify
W. G. NORBECK, MS Kennedy St. nw.
LOST-DOG. FEMALE. WHITE SETTER. I
months old: UbrrsI reward. AIIL D. KELLER.
JT3th SL nw. Phone Msln EM.
L am' Pflami Eaur
&U a WC-wIE, 46th SL. Httaburtr. Pa.
MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN.
LOANS ON INDORSED NOTES,
stocks, all kinds collateral. I bur
notes. Second trusts on real estate. Ne
red tape. Can accommodate same day
that apply. R. XL BENNETT. 410 Met.
Bank Bide. Tel. Main 8848.
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
In small sni large sums. All transac
tions conducted with economical consid
eration for borrowers. WH. H. SAUN
DERS & CO- Southern Bldg- 807 Uth At
yler & Rutherford. Inc.. 730 15th Btt
DISEASE CONQUERED AT LAST lit DRUG
LESS E.NFORCED-RESTORINO BLOOD CIR
CULATION. Learn til ahoot tble ALL-IMPORTANT
STSTEM. A VALUABLE BOOKLET for
INVALIDS and 'CONSULTATION FREE. Ladr
asststxnL Boon a. nC to p. m. Bandar. 11 to L
rROF.-JI.'X. D. PARKER.
102 h St nw. v
COME tnd Pee Me. IT WILL DO YOU COOP.
MOVING. PACKING, & STORING.
BEFORE STORING FURNITURE CALL N. CIS
for estlmatrs. 201 srparst rooms. SMITH'S
TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO,-t!l 8. BL
BAGIIAOE-BAGGAGE. CALL N. Til. UNION
SUtlon Baggage "id Met It Elrm Co.: prompt,
polite, sod eaperiencnl srrnire CS O St. nw.
DR. FISK ELGIN.
Expert In treatment of special diseases,
chronic and acute, both sexes. All con
sultations confidential. Medlclno furnish
ed. Prices moderate. rortneast corner
Seventh and G Streets. Phone M. 7C7.
PLUMBING AND REPAIRS.
EXPERT PLUMBING. HEATINO, AND
tinning. HENRY L. BTREB & 80N.
427 R st. nw. N. KM.
MONEY TO LOAN
ON DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY.
MOVED TO US O 8T. N. W.
PIANO TUNING. Jl.M; WORK GUAR-
anteed: 30 years' experience In repair
work. T. IIOLVERSON. iri East Cap.
I ADVERTISED FOR SALESMEN.
guaranteeing $.7) weekly to men worth
It. Eight answered. Three qualified. I
rant six more Can you sell Prince Al
bert 100-foot lots cm easy terms? C M.
BEST. Ofl Maclean. Calgary. Alta.
STEAM, HOT-WATER HEATING.
STORE FOR RENT.
STORE TO RENT NEAR OR TTH AND T STH.
Ilumhrr jMrW h(. Ant suM. of an p.wl hint
oris. Ionium n.AIIKK. TCTmr. P1mti N. 01.
PH'K YOI'R JOR NEW RED BOOK.
giving list of thousands of government
positions not lirfix Civil Service. I'ost-
paid. Jl.m. it r. aiiki:vs uu
Washington. D. C
TINNING AND HEATING.
W ANTED A CABINETMAKERS'
oencn: must oe cneap. iei. r. ojti.
100 OLD FEATHERHEDS ND PIL-
lows at once by the CAPITAL RED
DING CO., 1141 Tth St. nw. Tel. M. SM.
WINDOW SHADES & SCREENS.
CcmrrtrM-nttt aiwrtivroti H -tort and mad t
(tOt thadf. terttrw. and doom Itch aJvaja rw
0DUIe, Satkfartlcn rnitl
ritEMIKIl CAKRICK OF THE HOCTTL
N. TX Killnw.rc vhHnle CcrM ptibHshed only
as .cionnaunn ami arr not suanntfYcl.
TRAINS LEAVE WAIIIMTTO.V.
Vcr Allanta, Mrnittfuniry. Mobile New Orleans,
850 a. in. art 10:15 p. m. da:!r. Dintrc ran.
for Chattaunnira and Memt-hls, ria Asberllle, 1:19
p. to. and li:l& p. m daily.
For Atlanta, folmnrw, nimlrcfcam. 130 a. m.
and 135 p. ra. dally. Dinirr rarv
For Atlanta. Anriton. TalUdrra. Calm, Selnia.
10 a m. art 435 p. m. daily, and fc Tnlontown.
Pmbpnlla. MerHiii:. 8iV) a. m. daily. IHnlcr "-
Fnr llnanoltr. I.iitoI. KnoTtillr. Cbattanorsa, FMr
reinihjm Meridian. Vletsbors. New Orleans. 10:10
p. m. dily Pintne ears.
For ItoarKke. KnoxriTle. CTattanooca. Naihrllle.
Meraph. 4 "10 a m. dally. SIepirc car may t
occupied after 100 p. in. Iinfnc car.
For Afherille. 80 a. ra., 55 p. m., ind 10:15 p.
m, dally. Dlnlrc can.
Frr Colnrcbus, Snmmerrllte. Cliarleston. Atten,
Aacnta. faratnah. ITranmirk, JarluonTlIIe. and
Florida pmnts. 555 p. m. daily. Dfnlnf ran.
Tonrit car fcr California daily except Sunday,
435 p m.
Fnr Ian?ni (local). 7-SO a. re. daily.
For narrior.rrff. t 3 . ra. dai! fparinr car),
333 p. m. (parlor car), and 4irl p. m. wetk dart.
For CharlottCfT.1.0 (local). 730 a. bl and 433
p ra. dally.
For VTarrenton, 850 a. in . 1110 a. ra., 4S5 p. m.
dtlly; 335 p. ra. (parlor ear), and 43S p. ra, and
week days. L. 8. nROW.V. Oeneral Atrent.
affect Eajpid TffonsaH
For Claiborne. St. Michael's. Royal Oak.
Easton. and all points on B. C, S A.
R. R. to Ocean CItr leave W. B. A.
Station, Fourteenth Street and New
6:10 a. m. dally except Sunday.
4:05 d. m. dally ezssnt Saturday and
a:o& p. m. rciiuraay only.
Direct service to and from Cambridge
and Oxford. T.cave W. R. ft A. Sta-
tloh. Fourteenth and New York Avenue.
3:05 p. m. dally except Sunday.
t:oa p. m. Hunaay oniy.
NORFOLK & WESTERN RWY
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT OCT. 3. 1311.
Leare Wsshlncton. New Union Stslion.
ISO a. m. DaRr-AII rolms on N'rrfnlk i Western.
10:10 tv m. nsllj-Roanoke. Bristol. Wmston
halem. Knostllle. Chsttanoota. NashtiUe. New 0
leaja. Thrnueh sleeper. Dmwg ears.
AM a. m. For Bristol. Knoitille. Chatlanooct,
KaahTille. and Memrls. Wajhlniton-Memphls
sleerrrs oren at 10 p. m.
For Norfolk-Lure dallr t3 a. m. and B noon.
Arrlr Norfolk 1130 a. m. and 53) p. m. Parlor
1:10 n. ra. Dsllr Bemtflle. Lnrsr. Khenandoah.
Trains from the Sonthwest arrlte 8:15 a. m.. 10.-W
p. m.. and 12al a. m. dailr.
AH Intormitlon 1119 New Tort Arenne. oproslta
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO LINES.
3:15 p. ra. dallr Slerrwrs to LoniltUle. CtndnnatL
Indlanspolls, and SL Lonls. ""
60 p. m. djll7 ruXlman to Cincinnati and
11:10 p. ra. daBr-Sleerers to rtrtinta not Srrtofs.
CmclnnatL and Loniirllte.
OfTIces. 51J Pa. Ate.. 1EJ K SL. and Union Station.
Oa Dlxmonda, Watches,
Jrrelrr. Ac. Capital. tJ.tTO.
CsB. btrkteat prlraCT. ln
duaiiil bj leadlct oanaa and
nwwssapen. Bonded to tha
Yfctor Bldf.. rUKHBt. nw.
Cor. Grant Plaoa.
.TOLAIAN. Boom SOS, CS IStb St. 11,
fl to 21
A No Eztru
Everything for Everybody
Anybody Desiring Anything Not Listed Below Will Receive Full Information
Free by Addressing the "Everything for Everybody Department
A nATtnAIW ABOUT FARMS,
O-A. 110NTU. CO.. IIO.. WITH BLDGS.. $3 PER
acta; others, all kinds. UGBTFOOT, MG4 R St. aw.
A nARGAtN 1TV SKINNERS SATUJ.
H.10 PSR YARD FOR tLSO KIND. FBEEDMA.N,
AARON ft CO, 73 Uth fit. mr.
ADBREVTATED ACCORD ACCEPTED
BIO CHICKEN pracoittioa of 000 Uitcs hens tor
sal at $5,500. W. B. Brownlur, E. FaJla Chmth..Va.
A BICYCLE REPAIR SHOP
WITn SUNDRIES OK ALL KINDS AND GDAR-
anlted wort. F. DB TORTIEBa. 330 iio. Are. oe.
ABUnt.TiTO.v a ninnirf
AM. AND END. ENCY. Of LAW, JD ED., WITH
aupmis. only 173. too con. uanx unv.
A nnnKuixDEn of experience.
I3W UUUH5. MAGAZINES. REJ.. BUU.W.
Ceo. T. Bimoods. Room 35, 110 F St. TeL C630.
AROUT ACUTE RESULTS OV
ARSOLUTELY TESTED WORK.
Ansni.iTTEi.v rnnnnT style
IN LADIES' AND GENTS' TAILORING FROM
woolesa. mohairs, silks, Unena. L Ring. llth& K nw.
NEWSPAfER AND MAGAZINE. J. SALE POS-
TON (INC,). KD F St nw. TeL Main KM.
AFTER DINNER CIGAR. S CENTS.
A FIRST-CLASS CIGAR STORE
With wriodlcala. toja. caiKtr. notions, and all neees-
altiea. C. A. LOCH RET. Ill n ne.
a RAnn ivrtTMr!T
BRINGS RESULTS. TRY THE WASHINGTON
HERALD. Telephone Main Z3 tor results.
ALT. CI!TK iMl tTllrtONIO TIIS-
EA8EH. DR. ELGIN. 3 O ST. PRIVATE I'RAC-
tlee. Fees moderate. TeL Main 7Mf.
at.t. i- a.-i.iT aftiTir vKixnrts.
FRESH FRl'ITS. CONFECTIONERY. CAKE. ICE
cream at Newcomb a. rod of walL TeL Lincoln uu.
AI.WS.VS QUALITY PRINTERS.
THE CARNAHAN PRESS. 3E-t C STREET NW.
TeL Main CtlS. L. A. Roberts, Manairr.
ALWAYS READV TO SERVE YOD
COLORADO BILLIARD PARLOR. BILLIARDS,
foul. Cljira. ID litis St. nw. TeL M. KO.
AMIIKIl MEEHCHAim PIPES
REPAIRED. IVORY AND COMPOSITION RALLS
lYtnaictrd. equal to new. D. J. Doian. 9C E.
A MIRROR MFrcn. OP EXPERIENCE
'Mlimim.- RESII.VERED: BUST WORK; 10-YK-snarantrr.
MAX BROTSKY A CO.. Bl F SL nw.
Mn. 11. p. PAtVTEn
ESTIMATES Kl'RNISHKD FOR PAINTING AND
decuritins. TeL EH. 1113 II St.
ANnlllOVr. FENDERS, ORATES. e.
JOHN 11KI1I1KUT llllSMMi. Tils Shon KJM
Vlh St. nw. Telephone Main lit).
AN ELECTRIC REI.T. INSTALLED
COlirLETE KOIt L: ItECrUkll U OCTrTT.
K. 11. SLACK. (Word Hide- Tel. U. ZH.
ax i:ximtT r."Ti:R.
CJlrr SKXT T SlIJtCKK I'AINTINU AM PA
lerlnj. Wm. C. llenrr. IKH P SL TsL X. 63.
A IVOHIl TO THE WISE.
i AM) H ACHB UUTS. SILVER SrRINO
1'aik: aif terms. II. I!. Benure. (O Etacs BMi
A PERFECTT.V T1II.OREI1 SUIT.
ANT EAI1Y 1E.S1RI.N) ONE. CALL AT
SICKLES t BAILEVS. OO V. TrL M. WO.
APPRENTICE WANTED I.EARX
KltBNCIl MILLINEitV POSITIONS FEKMSIIEU
atttr It.ririn;. N. Y. Acadumr of Uaiinrrr. HIS O St.
Allllllir.i i! uiAsi.t. .nAir.iu.iu
FRED A. Sl'HMIDT. Ilm UTIl ST. NORTH-
tx. Plione Msin UTS.
ARTISTIf FLORAL DESIGXS.
J. II. SMALL A- SONS. TELEPHONE MAIN SWT.
Corner Uth and II Sta.
ARTISTIC SIGNS. WE WRITE THEM
EAGLE SIGN i-O. SIGNS. POSTERS. SHOW
Cards. US WlU SL nw. "Let us trt scijualctrd."
ARTISTIC VMIIHELI.AS. PARASOLS
MADE; COVERING AND REPAIRING A Sl'E
cultr. GrIonld. (11 Uth nw. TeL Main IZem.
ASK FOR DIAMOND COFFEE.
AT JOUR GROCER'S. P. W. BROWNING A
liltO.. :1C 10th SL nw. Tdepboca Main 3X0.
ASK JOSEPH A. OAVER.40K K NW,
ABOUT PLUMBING. TINNING. HEATING, RL-
modenn In all tranches. TeL Main BOX
ATHLETIC SPORTING GOODS.
ANY SAFETY RAZOR BLADE SHARPENED.
2c Nstlonal tportics Gcoia Co.. O tth SL nw.
Al'TO TIRE REPAIRING.
TIRES AND TIRE REPAIRING. USE OUR
frroalr. Wlltcn-Goncbcr Tire Ca. 1706 llth. N. 3T9L
AUTO. EVERYTHING THAT COM
FORT DEMANDS FOR THE MOTORIST.
Rcid's, 133 Connecticut Ate. Phono -N. X-9T.
AUTO TIRES A TIRE REPAIRING.
L. G. HERRIMAN, LOR. VEIL AVE. & L ST..
Washington. D. a TeL North fTL
ESTIMATES FURNISUED OVER TELEPRONI
CsU cs on N. (IL U. V. HAZEL CO.. 17th A U nw.
AVENUE FLORAL COSIPANY.
FUNERAL DESIGNS AND CUT FLOWERS.
1731 l"s- Ate. Phone M. 7333.
ne. Instructor. Ccargttown U
I1EAUTY CUI.TURE SCHOOL.
MANICU1UNO. CHIROPODY, SCAU TRE.VT.
mcsL halrdrcaains; dreinc mlc. PoL'ard. U10 Uth si
TIAXIC FOR SAVINGS.
I PER CENT INTEREST ON SAVINGS AO
counta. u. s. sattucs uani. iita ana xou nw.
REDS AND REDDING.
IL A. LINGER. JR.. SO G ST. NW. TEU
thooe Msin SXL
BENJAMIN CLOTHES FOR MEN.
A. J. BENNETT A CO.. COIL N. Y. AVE. &
1Kb SL Hats, fumiacoefs, Emerson shoes.
REST CHILI CON CARXE.
TAKE HOME A BOX OK RANCH CHILL TO
be bad at all leading lunch rooms,
BEST MILK AND UUTTERMILK.
DIRECT FROM OUR OWN FARM. J. M. FOKD
d; Son, 09 Uth SL nw. IHlrj lunches.
York Cjclo Co.. 1332 G SL nw.
BICYCLE REPAIRING TIRES.
UNICORN TIKES. L; HARTFORD SECONDS
SMC. TTH & L CYCLE CO.. Jth & L Sta.
BIRDS BOOS PETS. ,
SCUMID'S BIRD STORE. Ili UTH ST. NW.
TeL M. MJL
IIOARDING. LIVERY. AND SAI !
STABLES. REASONABLE KATES. SPECIAL TO
drummers. Norman Cortin. 311 Ma Are. M. Cgcl
nil ASS AND COPPER Wnittr
OF EVERT DESCRHTION . COILMCK. Ttv.
sing, rauges. 1107 E SL GICUNER.
rARPENTCKS AND RUILnKlla
JAEGElt & 31CAIUILE. a F ST. JUBB1NO A
sprcialtr. lrompt sernce.
CARPENTER AND CABINET Wnni.-
LOCKSM1TU. GENERAL UEPA1RS. liV
Unds. C E. HUCK. 17tl 1-a. Ate.
J. W. TEFFT. 1300 Pa. Ate. TeL M. 3ML
CLOCKS. WATCH, JEWELRY RE
PAIRING. WORK CALLED FOR AND DELIV-
crea. s. a Anuerson, a HID SL'nw. TeL AL SI3B.
CIGARS. POOL PERIODICALS,
rilfVA ANTi RI.AfIS nEPAIRIXC.
BUKKEl.MJS. COB. lOTU AND U 3TS. SW IN
tie McLacnlen Bant BlOl.
n.oTiiijrc ov credit.
SEE OUR STOCK HIGH-OBAIJE HE.V3 AND
women' dotUrt, H. U. Batman. UU Tth St. nw.
SOMERSET It, WATERS. WnOLE3ALE CRO-
etr. UC Ita 8L aw. corner O. TL Muta !.
r-nf.TTMnrA pmrip AXn WELT. CO.
TE DRILL WELLS. AND JJltILL TUEil BIUUT.
E5 tab St. nw, run Main las.
COLUMBIA TRANSFER STORAGE
CO.. TO N. Y. AVli HW. I'UOSE M. UU-ia.
Padded tans. It and $3 load, racilnz. ahlppinf.
rfiuvKnn At. nr.PAlfl SHOP.
AUTO UEPAIR1.NU. MACHINE WORK. AUTOS
lor aire. J3 eu bl dw. ara :..
PER CENT CHEAPER THAN OTHER nllMd.
ror esL Tet Lin. S3. Cbas. B. Hraoo, SM E. Cap.
BRADFORD'S DETECTIVE SERVICE. Li
censed and bonded. Colorado BMx- raune M. TO.
nr:T7f nvan rtnan. in TK.NTS.
H. T. OFITERDINOER. MFG. bOLD BY LEAD-
tes dealers. Factorj, SM a SL nw.
TIHIE MESSENGER SERVICE. IXC.
FOR QUICKEST AND MOST RELIABLE SER
loa call Main SI3.2L Mrs. L. KBES3IN.
DRAPERIES AXD SHADES.
GEO. T. KOLU. VENKTIAN BLINDS. BOOM .
3 llli SL Pnonc M. EX.
Dl'PLICATIXG Fl.EXOTsPE. .
LETTER DUPLICATING. OFFICE PRINTING
machine. Too Nafl Supplr Co.. 137 N.Y. At. M. lii
TRUSSES. SICK-ROOM bCPPIJES. MeKEE
Surreal Instrancnt Co.. ISM t SL nw. TeL M. KrS.
B. A. BUSCHEH. na it ST. NW. TLL. WEST
JT: (nUht, XB-j). Hupjiki, motors, armature winding.
REPAIRING. MOTORS. SUPPUE3. n.RTT
ELECTRICAL CO.. (U Uta SL nw. Main (NO.
ELECTRICAL WORK. LOW PRICES.
ELLMORE VALVEIISS AUTOS.
No Talre grlndln:. no cartxn dernstU; cnranteed.
For demonsustions riione Main 8115. UDSt aw.
ENGRAVED CARDS IXVITATIOXS,
BIIEWOOD. KNGHAVEIU. EMBOteEltS. STA-
tloners. Ac SU Utb SL nw. TeL M. SC.
KNGftAvixr: nr ai.t. kinds.
TilK NATIONAL ENGRAVING COMPANY. 3
Ulh SL Pnoow Main 1SI
nVKItVlinilV TALKS FAVORABLY
OF OHIO DAIRY LUNCH; CLEAN ALWAYS.
Geoias Zaciw. Ill llth SL nw. TeL M. 'IB.
EVERVTIII.NC IX PAPER. Jae.
P. ANDREWS PAPER COMPANY. TWO
lores. C&C3 Louisiana Ate. 1S1 F SL nw.
IIXPKItT CARPENTER. RDILDER.
WM. P. lIIAttMBD. CARPENTER AND
builder. K tth St. nw. Prompt serttc alsijs.
WIRE MAIN X9. WE'LL WIRE FOR TOO.
Leonard McDowell Electric Co.. 90) II St. nw.
EXPERT PAINLESS TJEXTISTRY.
TEETH WITHOUT PLATES. ALL FILUNU3.
5tc uiv Armr A Nsrj Dental Ass'n. EnL C9 F nw.
stulra. furnaces, Ac Cth and Md. Are. sw. M. S3L
FI.OUIMM FOR EVERVBODT.
(GEO. A. COMLEY. FLORIST. CM WISCONSIN
Ate. nw. TeL west IW.
FLOWERS FOR FUNERALS.
OUR SPECIALTY. DESIGNS AND CUT FLOW
ers. Lesplr; A Merer. Fkxiits. 905 G SL nw.
GEO. T. KOLB. AGENT. POUTER SCREEN
Mrs. Co.. ltocm 3. 73 Uth SL nw. TeL Main 33.
FOR ANYTHING IV OUR LINE.
TEL M. J3. UNITED STATES STORAGE CO..
ni-IM Uth St. nw. Mottng. pacaicg, ahipping.
FRENCH MILLINERY TAUGHT
LATEST STYLES. COMPLETE COURSE IN C
weeks. E. V. Morns. (31 U St. ne. Uncntn 1713-r.
FRESH IIUTTER, EGGS. Jt 3IILK.
FUNERAL DESIGNS AND CUT
FLOWERS OUR SPECIALTY. C. J. SAUNDEBS.
FIctuL 1113 You St. nw. TeL N. (KL
SHROUDS AND PILLOWS MADE TO ORDER.
Thomas R. Nailer. 131 Uth SL se. TrL L. U0.
FURNISHINGS. CLOTHING. HATS.
EVERY OVERCOAT IN HOUSE SOLD UP TO
KO, reduced to 110.73. Oerman's, 733 7th SL nw.
FURNITURE AND MERCHANDISE.
SI"OT CASK PAID FURNITURE AND MER-
chandbe. D. NOTES. CIS La. Ate. nw. M. 30 C
GAS APPLIANCES OF ALL KINDS.
WASHINGTON GASLIGHT CO. "NEW Busi
ness Dert.." C3 IC'h SL nw. Phone 31am STC
GENERAL CONTRACTING LARGE
OR SMALL JOBS. J. B. GIBKS. 13 L ST. NW.
Estimstcs on repairs of sll kinds. TeL N. 3E0C.
GIIVT-S FURNISHING. HATS.
MOORE i CULLINAN. 135 ITH ST. NW. PHONE
Main CC. A good hat for $1.50.
HARNESS AND HORSE GOODS.
TRY OUR J1.50 ALL-WOOL. , LII. .-QUARK
BlankeL S Uoud Hope ltd.. Acacustia. G.W. King. jr.
HATS CLEANED AND BLOCKED.
STRAWS AND PANAMAS CLEANED WHILE
alL Oljrmria Hat Cleaning Cu, 908 V SL nw.
HEATING, TINNING. ROOFING,
LAUNDRY. GS E SL l
Clarence E. DatU. EJ lOth SL nw. TeL M. 3S7.
HIGH-GRADE SAMPLE FURNITURE
NEW AND SLIGHTLY USED AT HALF price.
E. I TAYLOR. 709 G SL nw. TeL Main SL
HIGH SCHOOL BOOKS. SUPPLIES.
J. P. MORRISON. STATIONER. His mi T
nw, utix TecbnicsL TeL North IC7I.
AT THE IDEAL PRINTERY. w. II. BREWTO.N.
ICK CREAM. WHOLESALE. HETAIU
UtIMB ICE CREAM CO.'S -PERFECT" Icti
Cream. Kth and V nw. I-hone N". 33-3?.
IK YOU CAN WALK! CAN TEArrti
TOO TO WALTZ. STUDIO OF DANCING. N.
Capitol and Ere Sts. line. Coulter. Lad Wooo.
lvVritUMENTS FOR TIIR nciv
GENERAL ACOUSTIC CO.. SUITE S AND Cii
Etans UMg. acu siam .aja
f GUARANTEE MY WORK
STRICTLY FIRST-LASS. TEU. M. XL flf'H
BARBER SHOP. 7C llth SL nw.
Brca, Ca. 7M Setenth St.
JEWELRY ENGRAVING EXPERT.
THOMAS GERACI. 7C3TH ST. N'W. TEL. MAIN
33. Flnt-claaa wortt; moderate prices.
FOR FURTHER INTERESTING PARTICTJUM
se Dr. J. Robert Rmehler. ff Colorado Bide
KODAKSt DEVELOPING. PRINTING.
Se AND 3SC. TnE BEST IS TM CITT. VnL
SO.V CAFE. CI Uth SL nw.
.MANTELS AND FIREPLACES.
ALL STYLES AND ALL SIZES AND ALb
PRICES. EDWIN E. ELLnT. IMl Ul SL nw. '
...J.ET5 jrASH'ABLE GAJIMENTS.
CARLSON BROS.. TAILORS. M13 COBCORA.1
BWt. orp. Treasurr Bldg. TeL Mala SB.
rv?.'.1XI? OUTFITTERS THE BEST.
FOR CO YEA Its ONE OF THE LEADINO MAUI
outlttera. JOS. SOU METIS. S03MO M SL sw.
OFFICE. VAULT. AND RANK EtJCirMENT.
Shelting. Censolidstsd Sale Co.. 1110 U SL M. irr.
.I'J1'. WORK STAIR .MATERIAL.
OFFICE FIXTURES. FRAME. DOORS. BUNDS
mold. Martin Mirgand. CI Md. Ate. aw. TeL M. 110L
MtlHEHN SHOW CARDS.
PAUL ALEXANDER. 3100F.RN SHOW CABDS.
O E SL nw. Ilone Main 1U1
l5'1':-'!. HAULING. AND STORAGE
BY EXPERTS. HEAVY WORK A SPECIALTY.
J. O. Caton Eiprna Co.. 508 Uth SL nw.
NATIONAL LETTER SERVICE, 4-U-U MUN
bEY BLDG. TelriLone KC
u.iYAT:JiC.M9Pk nKAUTr culture.
ROOM 9. DIST BANK ULIXJ. GRADUATS
cettif ca ti and pusitioua 1 unished. Terms reasonable.
..NATURAL POWER OF HEALING.
PROF. PARSONS. IL sown KENOIS BLDG,
nw. ccr. llth G. TeL Uua OS. Ladr attendant.
NEW EnniTT nVHIIKR SHOP.
TEN UP-TODATE CHAIRS. EXPEUT BAR
tm. fcanilarjr thruugbouL TeL IL 5035.
CIAL. JiaJi. 3UTOC9 7th SL I
ONE MONTH ONLY.
ALL-A31ERICAN WATCHES REPAIRED. ILCO,
Work guaranteed at new store. N ESL Max Jsnut.
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS.
HKE ESCAPES. GRILLES. FENCES. WINDOW
Guards. Railings. Ac. Si-haefler Bros., 132 Pa. Aroe.
PAPERHANGING AND PAEVTING.
W. II. MARTIN A BROS.. Ill NORTH CAHO-
llna Attnu southcasL
PERFECT Kin i:i.ni'i: ri.EiirL
ODORLESS. SOhT. AND SMOOT1L IL C.
DOUGLASS. 133 llth SL nw. Tct North Ull
PIIOTO-i:N:it Avivr: hi. Kivni.
LtNMAN ENGRAVING CO, WAatUNUTON
Post Uuuding. TeL Mau 4T3.
REPRODUCTION OF PATENT DRAWINGS A
ITvUJUr. Webb it Bocorselati. 311 5th SL sw.
TIIE CRANE l-Rl.MING CO, III) UTH ST. NW.
lid. nam SOL
PIANOS, ORGANS. AND MUSICAL
MERCHANDISE. HENRY EitEUEACU. RE-
meted to 808 U SL nw.
PRACTICAL HAIINS'SS MlKrni.
3IAKa. repairing a splcialty. u. a
CORLISS. 720 7th St. sw.
FIRST-CLASS WORK AT UEASuNABLS
trial. IL B. BATES, OCT tth SL nw. Drop laUk
PRESSING, CLEANING, AND DYEING.
ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING NEATLY DONE.
A. ABO.NSTEIN. 133 Pa. Ate. Deliterj.
York Ate. nw. Prompt scrtice. TeL Mam 3130.
HEADING STANDARD BICYCLES.
W UP. REPAIRS AND SUPPLIES. r. N.
MUDD, Jr.. Inc. 7 9tb SL
It. S. 3IOTORCYCI.ES.
RENTING I'ROPERTY SPECIALTY.
FRANK WALTE1L REAL ESTATE INVEST
menta. XI Cclcradu Bldg. TeL M. 6731.
REYNOLDS' SCHOOL. PRIVATE
INsTKLCTIONS. SHORT CUT PITMAN. rYPE-
writing. Stanlsh. 1U3 U SL sw.
CHEAPER NOW THAN EVER AGAIN. POi
UL ELLIOTT. HOD U SL sw. N. 395s.
RUGS WOVEN BY OLD LAUREL
ECLIPSE RUG CO. ARE GUARANTEED. St
1Mb SL sw. Phuoa M. 3XI-m.
SAUNDERS' FRAME SHOP.
BLEACHING AND RESTORING OIL PAINT
bigs. II. Saunders, r. 13. 733 Jth SL nw. TeL M. K9L
SCALP TREATMENT A SPECIALTY.
WASHINGTON HAIRDRESS1NO AND iIA.Nl-
curing. Hair cutting. 73 llth SL nw. TeL M. 73L
SELL YOUR OLD GOLD A SILVER.
F. CARR. (It 13TH ST, ABOVE F. OLD
jewelry and silrrr for sale.
SHIRTS FOR MEN AND WOMEN.
K. CHAMBERLIN. IS F ST, ID FLOOR.
Six whits shirts, Jli biilrtiLs tj the ;ard.
SIGNS OF ALL KIND.
AT THE WASHINGTON SIGN CO, 1310 G ST.
nw. 'THE CUALITY SHOP " M. 008.
STAMPS AND COIN'S
BOUGHT AND SOLD. II. F COLMAN. SECOND
Naliocal Bank Boikling. Phoo 31ain 343.
vro.Ni-rs Red powder
SVItE Cl'JIE t'llllLEIIA ROUP. COUPONS I.N
nos. Scnthtrn Poultrj Sillily Co, 1 7th. TeL U7L
STORAGE THE RIGHT SORT.
FRANKLIN At'tTION AND STORAGE CO, 93
31 D Street NorthseiL Tet Main SI1S.
SUnWAY RILLIARII AND POOL
ROOM. JOHN EsSKY PROP, FORMET.LT
of RIggs Houre. 13th & F sts. nw. TeL Msin X19.
li'M, Vorti, ex.
TABLE IPIIOTK ItEST IN TOWN
I'lLNTS. TRY t'S ONCE. M. G. PRESSLER.
Rl E SL nw. Phone M. i-V.
Wrdnesda; nights. Vkitors iotitrd. Ms Kh SL nw.
THE CLOTHES DOCTOR.
CLEANING. DYEING. AND REPAIRING WORK
railed for and deliterrd. 173 Pa Are. Phon M. 1Q.
THE MIRROR BE.1UTY INSTITUTE.
MANU'l'RIMi AND OTHER RRANCMba
tboronlr tanght. S3. 910 F St. nw. TrL IL I90S.
intitig. job penwerk. card writing. Ac S3 Pa. sw.
ALFIU'.ll LerTTER I'OMPVNY. DISTRICT NA
tiraial Hank llldg. TeL Main TXe.
UNDERTAKERS AND EMRALMERS.
D. J. HUKallY Ml, If ril ST. NW. JOHN
T. GARDNER. Mgr. North 37T '
ING CO, IL 213 Bank of Can. Bldg. TeL IL IML
J3X0 VALUE AT JLS7. THIS WEEK ONLY,
s. E. YOUNG A CO, Wl 7th SL nw.
WALL PAPER. WINDOW SHADES.
W. H. SPELSHOUSE. PICTURE FRAMES. Mli
Tth SL nw. TeL Msla 3WU.
WASHINGTON MUSICAL CENTER.
ERCY S. FOSTER PIANO CO, 1130 U aC.
Unn. llu-lc Tslklnt Macbines. TeL M. 317.
! tcorlst, Vi r SL nw. Tel Main ES. '
WE DYE EVERY DAY.
DYF.IM1. CLEANING nKPIRINO. PRESSIKa
FOSTER'S DYE WORKS, llth and U Sts. nw.
ItY t'KIIKEtTlflN WIMHIW rLEANINO" CO.
W. KKLLMANN. Mr, H Oh SL sw. M. 73L
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD WITH
D. ROSENTHAL SCO 9TH ST. NW, IN LADIES.
Casta-, duldrtas CloOlni. iUTicrxL Gtcll. a"a