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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. MONDAY, MARCH 3. 1913.
13
FOREIGN GOSSIP.
Of all the dainty odds and ends with
LWhlch woman loves to surround her-
pelf there Is none that has enjoyed a
Pengthler popularity or has had a more
Interesting or a more romantic career
nan the fan, that subtle little weapon
vntcn ror centuries has servca 10 iiiuku
aore fascinating: the "wiles of the sex.
xno fan of to-day Is on a miniature
scale, a tiny seml-clrcle of daintily
pnlntcd parchment, set above sticks of
arved Ivory or torauolse then, pernaps
inlaid with precious stone, according
lo the means or the taste of the owner.
at the fan has known and survived
nany phases, raanv styles; for Its use
has endured since the earliest times.
Pin fact, It has been practically unl-
arsal.
Fans are to be found represented In
ancient Etruscon urns They are al
luded to by Homer. Anacreon. Euri
pides. Ac. Thev orlfilnated primarily
among the dwellers of the South as a
means of protection against the rays
of the sun. Their use, however, soon
spread to cooler climes, they being
adopted there as articles of decoration
and of luxury-
The legends relating to the origin of
the fan are manv and aried, most of
them coming from Japan, the land where
this little adjunct to toilet is used more
than anywhere else on earth It is ued
there bv man. woman, and child, no mat
ter what their occupation or station In
life I know of a legend, told me at
Yeddo. that connects it with the charm
ing daughter of a sho-sun, who, when
present one evening at a feast of lan
terns, was overcome by the heat. She
doffed her mask and in order to prevent
being recognized, she waed it rapidly
to and fro In front of her face. This
t pretty gesture was remarked, admired
I and adopted by other coquettes and court
beauties, who. fully appreciating the
nirtatious alue of the movement, have
ever since kept it the fashion.
The earliest fan was fashioned from the
palm leaf, a method which still endures
In the East. Later on tho fan was form
ed of other materials, but still In the
jialm-Icaf shape It was frequently at
tached to a long handle, and was wield
ed, punkah-wlsc. by slave. Thus no
doubt was Cleopatra fanned on her way
along the Nile, thus no doubt was the
Juetn of Sheba ministered to by her at
tendants. The Eastern potentate had his
fan of peacocks feathers, the handles of
precious metals inet with Jewels, no
extravagance being thought too great for
pts embellishment
tas not until the seventh century
that the folding fan came into existence.
and Its origin has been the subject of
ronsiderable controversy It is probable
that it was either derived from observa
tion of the mechanism of a bat's wing.
or from the natural unfolding of a palm
Deaf In this later form It is found in a
variety of materials. Including vellum.
parchment. Katln, atin j-niize, ivorv . anil
tortoiseshell The Chinese love to fashion
fans tntirelj of pun gold, exquisitely
pierced or ele of enameled silver, f-o
wondrouslv worked that, like theii em
broideries. the are equalv lovely on
cither side
Famous artists in Japan are engaged
In the work of fan designing, and at
social functions it is no uncommon
sight to see them making or exchang
ing sketches for this branch of their
art
y In France, in the eighteenth centuri
this also was a favorite occupation of
leading artists and some of the most
exquisite work of men like Watteau.
Lancret, and Rouchcr was expended
upon the little fan. At this day the
work of Conder mav fittingly take lis
place among the finest masterpieces of
fan decoration, and many an artist
might do wor-e than apply his talents
to this particular art
Populir novelists gave nso to fan
designed In their honor, and the publi
cation of "Gullivers Travels' was
ppeedlly followed bv a whole series
Jans depicting all the principal events
of the stors Ladles of a religious
turn of mind enjoved the contempla
tlon of the features of their favorite
divine when fanning themselves, vvhil
others were able to meditate on the
verse, from the Bible inscribed
theirs Indeed to possess a striking
end original fan was considered a
couple of centuries ago to he the indi
cation of a cultured mind and a pass
port to good socletv
The "lorgnette" fan of the seven
teenth centurv is a curiou- relic of the
dajs when a ladv- could not walk the
public streets with impunltv. The
belle of the period eaued a pair of
lorgnettes to h inserted in her fan, so
that when she took her walks ibroad
Fhe might survv the world without
being undulv quizzed
Then there are the Engli'h 'topical'
fans, much sought after by collectors.
These belong mostly to the eighteenth
century, when they were designed In
connection with practically every pub
lic event of importance They were
often Inscribed with political satires,
frcquontb the) dealt with roval mar
. riages, births, christnlngs, Ac. or.
again, they might bear a few bars from
n popular opera, or a score from some
play Some even bore the whole pro
gramme of a drama, others would dis-
TIiy the rules for a game, set out
within a decorative border of plav Ing
cards Many dealt with events such as
the Peninsular war, or the terms of the
exlcise bill, while In addition there
were puzzler fans, riddle fan. calendar
fans, and fortune-telling fans.
For those whose hobby is collecting
there can be lurdly anything so prolific
ns the fan. owing to Its universal use
and the variety of its examples or pat
terns. But collectors should beware of
taking their und ' too near a lire, lest
the heat injure the parchment or spoil
the decorations On no account should
Jtliey be allowed to be opened and shut
toe often To full enjoy the beauty of a
valuable or antique fan without detri
ment to tr.elr worth they ought to bo
lixed firr-ily with small pins upon a
mounting and framed beneath glass, tak
ing care that the design of the wooden
frame is J.ept as simple as possible so
trat it mav detract In no way attention
from the fan housed within it
Tho report that Miss Nanc.v Irishman,
r'eughter of the American Ambassador to
Germany, is to be engaged to the joung
Duke of Croj, lieutenant of the Kaiser's
Life Guards. ha3 not been verified. Not
that it would not be a most desirable
"match" for our handsome young coun
trywoman, for the nobleman of ancient
lineage and the scion of one of Ger
many's foremost families In the "Wil-
helm strasse at any rate it Is whispered
that Miss Nancy Is anything but indif
ferent to the duke's protestations of love.
There will be one drawback, however.
even If the storv is verified. Being an
llicer of the German army, the Kaiser
will have to be consulted, and without
liis consent there will be no marriage.
Besides the duke is a hereditary mem
lier of the Prussian House of Lords
und the head of an ancient noble house.
the perpetuation of which, according to
the rules of the highest Prussian nobll
ilty. cannot be accomplished without not!
flcation to the roval Heraldry Ofllce and
the consent of the monarch
But as Ambassador Lelshman seems to
be in the Kaiser's favor, such consent
may not be withheld. Emperor 'Wllhelm
lias been Inclined rather to very liberal
views as to mixing the nobility with
his bourgeoisie. The joung people met
during the season at a small Thuringian
resort, where both followed tho winter
eport on the lovely little lakes and snow
clad hills of the Thuerinscr Wald.
One of the richest legacies of priceless
manuscripts in all its history has been
sjieatnea to tne institute do France
fche -late Belgian nobleman. Baron
under the condition that the
kj must be housed at Chantilly.
collection went the beautiful
NON-MEDICAI HEALING.
HEALTH A VALUABLE ASSET. YOU CAN RECOVER YOURS.
A 8TSTEM OF DRUGLESS HEAIINO. THAT CUBES br ASSISTING NATURE MJJ
STORE the CIRCULATION of the BLOOD ind NERVO-VlTAf. FLOIDS-the LIFE ofEVEJtlf
TART OP TUB BODY-to the diseased part. REMEMBER-NO ALWAYS, that to CURB DI3EASB
MEANS ASSISTING NATURE. and NEVER TBANSCKNDB the. economy of physical and mental
harmony, or ioTokes any suspension, or inteif erenos with nature's IrreTocable lawi.
ONE GREAT VALUE of all eystnns of DBUOLE83 REALINO la that the unpertaaca of that
truism is fully iroognlicd. and their treatments 'are an baaed on tho importance, of the NORMAL
CIRCULATION of the FLUID3 of tho BODY as a factor of health, and while any of tho sai-loos
interns, as a health restorer, is to bo preferred to ths dim and knife methods, tho one which exceus
all a-stems of RELIEVING HUMAN SUFFERING and CURIN'O DISEASE la RESTORING tha
RLOOD CIRCULATION with tha VACUUM TREATMENT. Ifa near MIRACULOUS CURES I
LOCOMOTOR-VTAXIA. HEIGHTS DISEASE, all forms of PARALYSIS. INSOMNIA. ,AHTJtMA,
RTERIO SCLEROSIS. HARDENING of the ARTERIES and SPINE. NEURASTHENIA.
NERVOUS EXHAUhTIOV. and ALL the SERIOUS CIIRON10 and INCURABLE (so-called brranie
the adtocatce of DRUGS and the KNIFE can't care them) DISEASES bite Placed it in ithe jnRbT
RVNK as the only REMEDIAL AGENT that la ABLE to COPE with tho CHANGED STRUC
TURAL CONDITIONS aWaye found (and which Is the REAL DISEASE) In ORGANIC od
CHRONIC DISEASE, and for which PHYSICIANS. HAVE NO ADEQUATE REMEDY.
THIS ENFORCED restoring the BLOOD CIRCULATION-the Vacuum Treatment-hil, In my
forty-fire jears' pracUce-tho list ton in this dtr-BESTORED HUNDREDS TO a comparatiie de
gree of mod HEALTH, after they were DENIED BELIEF from errrr tber sos-ree
BOOKLET of infonnation at office, or mailed to any address. READ IT. IT WILL M YOU
GOOD. CUT THIS AD OUT. IT WILL NOT APPEAR AGAIN. IT. IS COOD for CONSULTA
TION and YOUR first treatment. LADY ASSISTANT.
Hours, 10 a. m to 8 p. m. Sundays. 11 to I.
PltOF II N D. PARKER. 1CT Ninth St. nw , Washington, D. C.
SAVE this ad FOR FUTURE REFERENCE.
BOX ANSWERS.
THE FOLLOWING ARE UNCALLED
for box answers: uox m. rerraaiicni.
Box &SC. Bijo. Box TV. B. C., Box 143,
AGENTS WANTED.
tt VLEbMEN AND WOMEN TO BELL EVERY-
body the finest rlctnres of President Wilson and
,,. ...v.n.i.a.1. e.o iiv-hM' no and ofer per dart
Hart at once. Street Floor. 53) loth St. nw.
AUTOMOBILES.
FOR HIRE.
FOR HIRE 6-PA8. PRIVATE AUTO;
K per hour for 4 OAKsengers. 33 Pa.
Ave se. Lincoln 1S35.
h'lVU-PASSENGER AUTO.
$2.00 twr hour.
Foot warmer.
AUTO HIRE CO . Linen. 1513.
FlVE-1'AfcSEN'JER TOURING CARS
and taxicabs for hire. Phone Main
5447.
AUTOS TOR HIRE. FIVE AND SEV-en-passenger
touring cars and taxicabs.
Reasonable rates. PHONE M. 172.
REPAIRING.
AITOMOWLF t.AltvGE AND REPAIR SHOP.
REAR T 6TH ST. SE I1IONE LINO. 130
GVSOLISE, 13. POLAR1NE. 4C PER GAL
REPAIRING br factory aredtHrt. Motors orer
hanled for next 30 deya S15. Hare It done now
Areld the spring nun II. B. SHARP CO. 153
M (rear) Phone N 394.
EXPERT TIRE REPAIRING: ALL
work guaranteed Collins & Talbert,
1529 14th St. nw. North 4509.
bOUTllLAVT GVltACF. AND AUTO ItEl'AlK
shop, 5S mi sr r. phone i tNCOLN no
GASOLiNE. OILS; LIVE 8T0RAGE. 15 A MO.
AWNINGS AND WINDOW SHADES.
v. i. MAKE A SPECIALTY OF FIRST-
class opaque shades, hung at 50c each.
A card will bring salesman. R. C. M.
BURTON & SON. 911 E St. nw. Phone
Ml 3494.
AUTOGRAPH LETTERS.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNTnES.
RvUSE CAPITAL. BEST METHODS:
corporations organized and promoted
everv where collection L S LEGAL
CORPORATION. 510 Bond Hldg
AN INVESTMENT BACKED BY J1.M0
bond faure life income If vou can
spare JM monthlv ; t7.iW.0iX) trust com
panv handles all money. Particulars
.110 Bond Bldg N Y Ave and 11th St
BILLIARDS. BOWLING. POOL.
CHIROPODY.
CORNS BCNIOS AND INGROWING N'AILS
trcsted wlthont pain. N. LOWE sneeeseor to Dr
Geo White 1111 Ps Are. nw Phone M (O
FARM LANDS.
A FEW VARIED FARMING PROPO
sltlons from m larse list of farms,
estates, countrv homes, nm suburban
pla . direct from owners, handled on
strictlv commission basis Stock W0 a
Chas Co. Md : 300 under plow, 2,700
bearing fruit trees; rich red oll, finely
watered. 9 r dwelling, two 49-ft barns.
JlO.OOy. terms 231 a blue grass. 13 m
vvayii a.. ISO a. cultv . fronts Ry.: good
dwelling. 10 r . orchard, barns. K00.
Truck ! a Fairfax Co. Va fronts Ry
a cultv : strong loam soil, orchard.
good 7 r 1) . J.T.3C0 19." a. on Penn Rv .
Md . ion a till. W fruit trees, strong
dirk loam, good bldgs large barns.
SS.500 Fruit 171 a. W Va : 2.000 12-vr
trees; good condition: adjoining orchards;
KDfl per n 20 a strong land: trolley
to Wash : hich till: 4C trees. 1.200 grapes:
10 r h . 10-ft b-irn, &c . $.V0 Poultrj
M a : fronts trollev ; near ritv . 100 apples.
good r n , iurnace. nanK tarn rea sou:
slopes south well watered; Si 500. 22 a.
Fairfax Co . all in grass; fruit: bldgs.;
stream. 1 M0 Timber 150 a on Ry. het.
Halt &. VI ash. 1 OVW) ft oak and poplar:
110(10 River too a.: 1 mile water front;
on Potomir. V. cleared: bldgs : " m
Wash : m.M 4C a. Va : wharf on farm:
canning factorv . 2.OD0.O0D ft. timber: bank
barn. c.c . W COO Manv others; all kinds.
s. and descriptions nar best markets
I S Stcadv. sure J JEROME
I IOITTFOOT 1404 II ft nw
FLAGS AND DECORATIONS.
FLAOS AND detohations FOH SvLE on
rent: lareest stork snd lowest rriccs sooth of
New York; flairs f-ora 5c up bnildlnss deecated
from Si up; all materials absolately fist color;
MtisfSftin-i siisrsnteed. Let us estimate on deco
rating your bnikUnc
It C M HUBTON & BO.
II n St. N W Main HH
FOR SALE OR RENT.
REAL ESTATE.
GET OUR SALES AND RENT LIBT8.
JOHN F. DONOHOH SONS.
M4 Pa. Are H. K.
FOR SALE REAL ESTATE.
LOTS.
PLNE CREST.
Fine Crest lots are selllnr; this weelc at
: size 421150: 10 per cent cash, balance
L73 per month: no Interests J P.
DAVIS. (30 Bond Bldtr. Phone M. 363.
FARMS.
VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND COUN
trv property of every description. Send
for catalo-rue. J XV. LATH.VSI. Evans
BldR. 11?0 New York Ave.
SEND FOR OUR BIO LIST OF FARMS
for sale. MARION DUCKETT & SON.
CU F Street Northwest.
rAKMS. LARGB AND SUALIx KEAB VTASB-lei-Ion:
riser sites, ate. H. a UACEALL, Mat
rcrontan Bank Bans.
fittlncs and decorations of his residence
in the Avenue Louise at Brussels. All
has been transferred to an ancient ab
bey In the (-rounds of the famous Cha
teau de Chantilly. -ahcre they aro bcinc;
set up to accommodate the grand col
lection. Seven railway freifjht cars were re
quired to brine the manuscripts and
fUtlnx-s from Brussels. They tilled 611
larse cases and 730 parcels. Only holders
of special permits will be allowed to
Inspect the wonderful collection.
- FLANECn.
(Copynght. 1712, by Court Gossip Syndicate.)
Overcnpltnllied.
From Judge.
Post Prof. Talkem has ten letters
after him name, but he doesn't know
enouRh to fro In when It rains.
Parker Another dlstresslnsr case of
evercapltallzation.
For Disordered Stomach
HofTs Lemon Seldlltz Is the greatest
thine In the world. It Is prescribed by
physicians everywhere, and for sal br
all druxrslsta.
NON-MEDICAL HEALING.
FOR BENT REAL ESTATE.
HOUSE'
HAVE YOUR RENTS INSURED.
YELLOTT & STUBBLEFIELD.
11th and U 8U. nw. Phono N. 415a.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
FURNISHED ROOMS.
LARGE ROOMS.
HORSES AND CARRIAGES.
FOR SALE BROWN MARE, SURREY".
Jogger, and runabout. Dr. MORHART,
14 9th St. nw.
HELP WANTED.
MALE.
WANTED A BRIGHT HOY
of good habits to work in office;
chance for promotion. Apply Busi
ness Office, Washington Herald
WANTED-IIOIS. HIGH SCHOOL PRE
ferred. to sell ofllce speakers guide on
street Tuc und Wed . stralcht ri and
commission Applj S o'clo k Tuesdav
morning. UN Mass Ave nw
WANTED BRIGHT BOYS. irTOT
J ears, to make big monev during inau
gural week. Aprlv D. COURTNEY. S G
St. nw.
GOVT. EMPLOYES (white) CAN MAKE
money during spare time working for
company SO yrs old. Ap 501 Westroy bldg.
AN INTELLIGENT PERSON MAT EARN J10S
mosthly coreespondlnf for newspapers: no canraaa.
m: end for particulars. PRESS SYNDICATE,
. Lockport. N Y.
MADE 00.000 IN FIVE TEARS WTTa
Ball mall order business: began with si: sa
lor free booklet: tails how. HEAC0CK. EB, La
port, N. Y.
PEIfALK.
WANTED COLORED GIRL TO
WANTED MILLINERS. ASSISTANT
trimmers, and apprentices Applv- Mil
linery DepL. Goldenberg, 7th & K Sts
AN INTELLIGENT PERSOV MAT EARt tl
saonthly coreespondtnc for newspapers- no esarsasv
las; send for particulars. PBESS BINDIOAT1,
M. Lockport. M. T.
INAUGURAL PARADE.
DLolRiULK OIT-ICE. COUMANDINO FINH
view of hoth parades, for rent Mareh 3 and 4.
Fxeeptionable oppnrtunlty to obtain cheap ard hirhly
retpFCtihle location. TtOOM SI, Corcoran Bid;
Telephone M. 4099.
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST LADY'S GOLD WATCH. 1L1.I-
nols movement. I It. s on front.
r-07 on back Reward. Return to WIS
LOTS WANTED.
IF YOU WANT TO CONVERT TOUR
vacant lots Into cash see or writs us at
once, Klvlns location and price.
NORMAN & ROBINSON. Inti.
SOI Southern Building
MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN.
LOANS ON INDORSED NOTES,
stocks, all kinds collateral. I buy
notes. Second trusts on, real estate. N
red tape Can accommodate same day
that apply, k. n. nENNETT. 610 Met
.iv jama, a wx. naaun
MONEY TO LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
in email anx tarwe rums, ah transavc
iwio conuuciea -wivn economical eonna
rttlon for borrowers. WM. H. SAUN-
DERS &
t CO . South.-rn BldsT.. W7 15th t
iukkito LOAN on approved city real
estate at lowest current rates; special
prtylles-es with respect to prior payment's.
Tyler A Rutherford. Inc.. 730 15th at
MOVING. PACKING, & STORING.
,..7.,, tfrntm. 200 wparite ttjoiti-s SMTTU 3
TUANMKt It AND aTORAGE CO , 912 H fit.
B-VGliAGE-BAGGAnE. GALL N,
rvrn
Htation Basgtfs and Morirj
PQTItf. ird mxrienrtd fTri
Station Baof9 and Morirt" Exrrss Ca: prompt.
13B o St. nw
PERSONALS.
WORKINGMEN INAUGURATION'
times play Halifax on a man's pocKct-
bOOK and OOnb Cno itbo uotar nCC n
ducks back: come risht here and save a
lot of oash on slightly used suits and
overcoats Jl'STH'S OLD STAND, fiU D.
PIANO TUNING.
1'JANO TUNING, Jit
12g East Cap
PLUMBING AND REPAIRS.
EXPERT PLUMBING, heating & tlnnlnr.
Henry L. Streh & Son. 7 R nw. N BOM
ROOMS AND BOARD.
K?,M. AND BOARD FOR TEN; CEN-
... lueaxinn, WSJ IQtn ht. nw.
ROOMS FOR INAUGURATION.
J-JVKljI-, FRONT. - STEAM-HEATED
room: bath .id joining;: suitable for mar
ried COUPle: thre. mt9, Avaiia. .
"wic ,ii nun nw.
SR 13TH ST. NW.-Piraw nnntic
Can acCOmmOKlatn S noranB 'KHnn In!
B....MU. mwsiasL x-none T2i.
1365 PARK ROAD-3 LARGE ROOMS: ON
.. :, can accommodate x nr in to-
private lamny. I'honc.
FOR RENT FOR INAUGURATION
Larue room with two windows and bal
cony, which will accommodate about 40
people. Apply M. M. LYONS. SOS Pa.
CHOICE HALCONY SEATS FOR INAUl
"' """ Buiirar-e parades, soo and 1011
. a. c xvepresentativ es on Broun d
KUBN. LARUE. BRIGHT ROOM AT TW QUIN
cy bt: cor.ionient to tar: can accommodate
three. Breakfast eerred if desired. Box S.
TWO ROOMS, 1 TO 4 PERSONS: PER
"'" -am person, acs first St. nw.
TORN. LARUE. BRIOHT BOOM AT Wf QUIN
ey 8L; rjonrinient to ear; caa acoommodate three.
Breakfast eerred if desired.
iVERY CONVENIENCE; ACCOMMODATING
about twrnrsx otrriookh- TThlte Rouse and Penn.
Ate Lunch aeeomtnodatlocs. Room eat Xrsss
SaOdlst; lo) w Tot Art n. T
SEWING MACHINES.
STEAM, HOT-WATER HEATING.
TINNING AND HEATING.
WINDOW SHADES & SCREENS.
Corarrehenslre anortxmti m stock and mad
nfcr abadea. amens, sad doors, .FrioBa alwaji laa
enable. Batiafsrtloo tiaimaasw
llthi-dll nrit tLt1AAt tine.
Sts. N. E
WINDOW CLEANING.
WANTED MISCELLANEOUS.
UO OLD FEATHERBEOB .ND PIfe
lows at once by the CAPITAL- BED
DING CO , 1 24 1 7th St. nw. Tel. North .
BANKRUPTCY NOTICES.
In
le!
. ts
lianlmirt: Notice t hereby clten that ;
ih. 15th
dy ol tVhroarr. 1U the sjld the ToKles-Hrhoneld
Oxnpany was duly adjndirsted bankrupt, and that
the fir meeting of Its creditors will be held at my
m.T, Rm . 7. and I, No 15S Lmitiana enu
N VV IV uMnpfm II IT iwt fhA 1TT11 1IAX 1'.
MAItC'll. W13 st it o'el a. m . at which, time
the. sail rrMlitors may attrM, nmre their claims,
amiolnt a trustee, rvamlne the oftlcers of the bank.
rui fTpnrition and transirt such otlier b'tslnew as
enerie cne nriore wua merunc
HLVVf Itefrire In Itinkmntrr
COMMISSIONERS' NOTICE.
Or PICK tXIMMIsSIllNEIM OP TUB Dis
trict ol OnlnmMs. Pelimary IT. 1JI3. Notleo la
hereby aiTen that, in conformity to law, tho pam
phlet rontalnloc a lst of taxni in aj-rears on real
rroprrty in th riirtrt of CnlumHa on the lt
day of July. 13J2. ali all a.wments suhject to
sale, has heen printed. A mry thereof will be
deliTered to any taxpayer arrlyinff therefor at tho
ofllce of the eollertnr of taxes of the Iltrlct of
Columbia and if the tax or aweManerta due. to
rrther withthe penalties and cost that may hare
accrual thereon, shall not be paid trior to the
day named for sale, namely, the 1ITH DAY OK
M lltt'll. 1SU. the pmprrly Inrolmi will be sold
under our dirertWi at liMic surtlfai, at tho of
fice of the collector cf taxoa of the District of
tMiimbla omm.-nrlni on the ail I 11th day of
Mireh 1911. lseen the lirain of to o'clock in the
forenoon and I o'clock in the afternoon, snd em
ttrmtna: each followlnc day, Snndats and lecsl
holidsrs excepted until all wich dellnrinent rron
ertr la eold. rl'NO II ItLPW.PH JOHN A.
JOnNSTOV. VWLLIvM V JLI)I)N. Commlv
alone rs cf the District of Ccluml m
fetr IS 5-msr3 I
PROPOSALS.
ami lulricant' dnns
V) 1111 of rhe
n-n trances of the co-rnuncnt of Ue InstrK-t
olumbia spmfVation form of propnt. and
Jrr infnematlon may he fjlcalncd flora the
Purcbauns Oltiir 1
i n ii in iMvini
Jnitv A JOHNSTON
MMIK lllIOOKn (Vrtirc)
CVsnmlMtoncn. 1 r f
m.Hl
TltLNLRY Ilkl'tKTMlNT OFFICE OF TUB
hiprnt'lnc Architect. VV aahtajrten. I). C Feb
ruary r. I911-8ealed proiala alii be receired at
thlt ofie until 3 o'clock p m . on the 3D DY OK
APRIL. llJ. and then Mened for metal xaclt
en-iirraert for the new b-itldlrj for the nurra't of
Enj-nrlnff and Irintirc. Uaunclon D. t Driw
Incs and spenficatjocs but te obtained at this of
tee it the dix-retion of the 'nwnWri Architect.
O WLNDLUOTII. FuiCTitiinj Architect
re-s-mhl.3 15 6
TKLASUli DH'IUTVIIVT OFFICE OP THE
Wuirrxlslnz ArrhitTt. VVashlnclor D C reh-
ruary T 1313 S:a!t.I rroti'-uls wilt ! reerlrrd at
thla oCJlce nrtll 3 o'cl-jrk rm.cn the 3D DAY OF
Vl'l.lu 1X3 ard then oiened for the c-stnirtion
comple'e flnehidlnx the electrical protection eonduif.
ana winnr nchtlrc nitLre. plumucp beating and
tuatinir eonlpment) cf raults. except -fault doors
the new bmldia-r fne the Itureaj of Ena-ra--tnr
and lYintinz at Waahlncton. D C The work eim-
te-ntJaled the construction of fmir interior Tsiilts.
of re-etfrce.i et.ncrete harinj an arsrrerate Sirr
of about . .331 wjuare feet, and one rxterior -ran It of
re-erfereti prrrrete with a hoii-lrff of abut i SCO
re feet area fireproof conatnictlon. stone fscrd
nif Dra-nnra end prcincatiors mar " ob
tained at thl o!Ice at the dK-retion of the Pi pvr-
riir-t An-Utcct. O. WENDEUOTH Supenlaln-:
Vrchltcct fcS-nhI.J.4 5
UrFU B Ol TIIH t OMMIRSIONEItS. DJtrtet
olnmbia aMnrton. I f F bniary .
Scaled propiwa'a will he reeeircd at thil oTtfle
until : oclr.k p m TI F.DY vjirrh 3. 1513
for aakin7 repairs to a.-phalt patetcents for a two
jear lTiod ending June 30 19IS lllsnk forms J
nropoala. ipeneestlons. and all necessary informs
Hon may be obtained at th oTice cf the Chief
Clerk hrrincrr Depsrtnient. Room o tr. IM-trlct
Itialdme rl"vO II nCDOI.l'fl JOHN A JOHN
"TON. WILLI VJI V. JCDSON rommi.slonerl.
V C fe3nihl.3U
OFurn or tub rfiini'Iionis d c.
Fetrusry 3S 1913. Sesled iroVi will be. re
reited at this o-Bce until ; o'clock p. m. VIARCH
10 1?I3 for cradles certain streets ar-rrejrsting about
I 000 cubic yanls. Itlark forms o' miceals. epecil
eatlons, and all neerssn-y Information may be ob
tained from the Chief Clerk Engineer Department.
Koom C7. District Ilnilding VVaJiington. D C.
rrso ii nrnoLPii. joiin a. johnston.
UIUJIM V. Jl'DSOV. Commissioners. D C.
MZ 31 mhl 3 I S
RAILROADS.
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
rREMIFR CMiniEB OP TIIE POOTTI.
N It Follosrlrg srbedulo flgares pihllshed only
ae lnlormatton aryl are not guaranteed
TRAINS LEVVE WV-tniNGTOV.
Frr Atlanta Montgoccery. MoWIe New OrTeana.
BJJ0 a m and 10 13 p. tn. daily. Dining nn.
For Chattanooga and Memphis, via Asherille. 10 15
p m. dally.
For Atlanta. Colombu. Birmingham. 830 a. r
and 4J5 p. m. dsllr Dining car
For Atlanta. Annlston. Talladega. Calcra. Pelm
8TO a tn and 4J5 p. m dally, and for Fnlontown.
Demonoliv, Meridian. 830 a m daily. Dlring cars.
For Roanoke Bristol, Knoxrille, Chattanooga.
BinnlDgham. Meridian VIcksburg, New Orlexna.
10 10 p. m daily Diiinr cats
For Roanoke. Knoxrille. rhattanoncs. Nashrme.
lemnhls I 10 a tn. daily. Pleening car may be oc
cupied after lOSO p. m. Dining car
For Asherille. 830 a m., a-u p. m.. and 1015 p
m daily Dinloc ears
For Colnmhis, Sommerrille. Charleston. Afken.
Augusta, Barannah, Bninswlck, Jacksonrille, and
Florida points, 5S p m daily Dining car
Tourist car xor v-auiornix aauy except uunaty.
45 p m.
"or Panilllo nocal). -fjo a. tn. nauy
For Harrisonburg. 8J0 a. m daily (parlor ear).
3J5 p. m. (parlor car), and 4-ttt p. ra. week dara.
For Charlottcsrille (local), 7.30 a. m. and 4:05
p. tn. daily.
For Wammtdn. Sfl a tn , lift) a tn . HJS p. m
dally; ZJS p. m. (parlor ear) and 455 p. m. and
week days. I S. BROWN. General Agent.
NORFOLK & WESTERN EWY.
BCIIEDITLB IV EFFECT OCT. SO. 1911
Leare Washington. New Union Station
-S) a. m. Dally All points on Norfolk A. Western.
11J0 p. m. Dallr Risinoke, Bristol, Winston
Halem. Knoxrille. Chattanooga, Nashrilie, New Or
leans Through sleeper. Dining cars.
4-10 a. m.-For Bristol. Kno-rtille Chattanooga,
Nashrll'e. and Memphis. Washington Memphis
sleepers, open at 10 P. rn.
For Norfolk Leare daily 430 s. rn. and. 1201 noon.
Arrlte Norfolk 113) a. m, and 5J0 p. m. Parlor
cars.
4 JO p. m. Dariy BerryriHe. Un-ay. Shenandoah.
Trains from the Southwest arrite S-15 a. m., J0t
p. m.. and 1IJ5 a. m. dally.
All Information HIS New York Atenne. opposite
Bond Building
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO LINES.
3 15 p. tn. Daily Sleepers to Loulsrille. ClnrintistL
Indianapolia, and St. Louis,
630 p. m. Dally Pullman to Cincinnati and
Chicago.
11.10 p. m, Dally-Sleepm to Yirginla Hot Sprints
Cincinnati, and Lonlrrille.
Office. 513 Pa. Are.. 1339 P SL, and Union Station.
LOAN SOCIETY.
PBODENTIAI, LOA1I
ocasnT,
Ttt-tar Bid.. W sU It, ass.
Car. Giant Plssa,
LOANS.
MONEY FOR SALARIED
lSCl Atti.tsi titsAn ttsAl m
fjeM rate. aaKar pavrtnent. ccafldamtaaJL
B. XOJJbUisU Boom m. mSuuSSm.
awaaaaaw On i.rairl.
V ww7. aVl On
flLUBEX .?&&
11 to 2-ftl latsssmaua, Beat
. ' DMliatt.
110 JUZXTM m
Everything for Everybody
Anybody Desiring Anything Not Listed Below Will Receive Full Information
Free by Addressing the Everything for Everybody Department
A HARGAiVi ABBREVIATED ABLY.
FUls Church. Va.. T reams, one sere, shade, cheap.
W. B. Ererett. Colorado Bldg.
a nABGAnr r-f nKnrxEn- ATnr,
nU PEB YABD FOB ILS0 KIND. FOEEOUAM,
AABON CO, TS 11th 8L DW.
A'BICVn.15 REPAIR ftHOP
anatesr.TTiser.se a ninninr
AM. AMD aStO, ENCT. OF LAW, Zf ETA. WITH
Bupmij. Only 11. CS Com. Back Bids.
A BOOKBIWUBW Of XPEKITIIjriJ.
OLD BOOKS. HAOAZIJlXa, HEt.. Buuaae.
Oeo. T. SlmoDda. Room 35. CO T fit. Tel. wSBO.
annrrr aa'ii'i'V! nvtiifTr.Tii oir
Drnrlecs cures of chronic diseases. Booklet ancl
et-Esulutlon frrav Prcf. Parker. n m Bt. n.
aissrvy.WT-l'seff.ir tnresi'neTl TtrORIC.
ItEBOILT TIBES CHEAP. ACTO T1BE BEFATJI
fVorta. mh and O Bta. nw. Phone N. D5I.
a ncor Tttvr.T revx-oser-T stirsrT.lriSI
IN IJiniES' AND CENTS' TAILORING FROM
woolens, mohairs, atlia. Itsens. L, Blng. Uth as S aw.
a rkS7S3ssrairsrri a f-ftrsr'r-
NrTWBPAPEB AND MAOAINE. J. SALE FOB.
TON UNO. ISO F St. nw. Tel. Main Itst.
AFTFn TiT;rrR cigar, b crjtrn.
H. T. OFFTERDINOEn. MFO. SOLD Bt LEAD
trg dealers. Futcry, &M tth Bt. nw.
A FIRT-Ct.AS- CIGAR STORJB
With periodicals, tors, eandr. notions, sad all naeaw.
altlea. C A. LOCmtEY. til R xsa.
A GOnti rrrVESTMEVT
BRINflt KESDLTB. TRY TIIE TTASmNGTON
UEUALD. Telcphcns Main SB for rax-lts.
ALL ACaTTTR A-TI nWOW WS;
IA8ES DR. FLOIN, CB O ST. TRIVATE FBAO
tier. Fees t-udcrate. TeL Mala T6C.
AM. T. FLiyABF.TTI V1rlORl.
nran xenrfiTsi nfiim "rift VERT OAKC leal
cream st hewcomb's, end of wall. Tel. IiMota ISA
IITI'IV Afflt WW 'wsTl-ffVI'lT.fl'al.
-w.aL.w!- Uwl.B .''L-,rm ttsTIV
TT1E CABVAUAN ITIESS. ST 334 O BTBCET WW.
Tri. Utla UU. U A. Cotcrti, UuuftT-
m -raw as niainV wTm m aTll V U! TOTT
COLORADO BlIXIAnD TAIITX)!-. BlIXlABDa,
Fool, Clxira. TU It Lb St. nt. TeL iL 8U3.
ainni. uswranarf 1 TTT17
REPAIRED. IVORY AND COMroalTIOVBAIXB
rtmodeled. equal to new. D. J. Doranz. SC E-
.nnnn tvrn Ot r-TPEnrP.Wf-SJ
MIRRORS RESILVERFD: BEST WOUK: I0-YB.
fuarantee. MAX 11ROTSEY A OO.. 31 F 8t, w.
Aeiliw. ii. - I'Al-iinn .....,,, .wn
ESTIMATrw t-TJRNISHED FOR PAISTWO AND
dtcoratlnf. TeL ZUa. 1113 U BL aw.
. . m- i-tmena cniTRS. Af.
JOIIV HERBERT CORMNO. TUs Bhop. ID-63
Uth St. nw. Telephone Mala UM
AX r-l.TiCTRIC BKI.I- I,TA'?wre
COIIPLETE FOR 1 5) REGDLAR OUTFIT.
E. M. 6LACK. Oxford Bldg. TeL M. Set.
CETI?RTif!rVe1TaRNT.NO AVT, PA-
penng. Wm. U Mercer, ltot P SL TeL N. CJ.
A WORD TO TTIFiJWIS'R., .
VI AND H ACRE LOTS. SILVER SrRINO
Park; saury terms. M. B. Bemore. 113 Erans Bidf.
A PERFECTI-Y TAIX.ORED 'IJITs
ANT LADT DESIRING OSE. .CALL AT
SICKLES BAILEY'S. 133) F. TeL M. TtCJ.
APPREXTICR lYAVrai) I'Ej5,.
FBrAcn MILUNF.RT POSITIOS9 FURNI1HED
after learlniiig. N.I. Academy of Milhoery. UUQ St.
ARCRITECTRAWIW MATERIAI.
FRED A. SCHMIDT. TlUa UTB ST. NUBTU
csL Phone Main 1396.
ARTISTIC PXORAf. DE'IGlf 1. .
J H. SMALL SONS. TILEPUONE MAIN 3W.
Corner 13th and R fits.
ARTISTIC HIGNS. TVE WRITE TIlFiM
EAGLE SIGN CO. SIGNS. POSTERS- SHOW
Cards- KB KXn St. ow. "Ut us get acrjuahited.
ARTISTIC ITIRREI.T.AS. PARASOLS
MADE; COVEK1NO AND REPAIRINO A . 8PE
dalty GrUwouH. 411 11th nw. TeL Mala 4-m.
ASK FOR DIAMOND "COFFEE.
AT XOCR OBOCEB'S. P. W. BRONINO A
BUO Zl 10th St. nw. Telephons Mala 30CC
ASK JOSEPH A. A'aTETU4KJrW,
ABOUT FLCMBINO. TINNING. HEAT1NO. BB-
Bodelinx la til branches. TaL Main 1X0.
AUTO TIRE REPAIRING.
TIRES AND TIRE REPAIRINO. TSB OCR
tree alt. Wilson-Ooueher llrs Ca. EOS llth. N. 3HL
ACTO. EVERYTHING THAT COM
FORT DEMANDS FOR THE MOTORIST.
Beld's, 1H3 Oonnecticut Are. rhons it. s3-T.
AUTO TIRES TIRE REPAIRING.
I. fi HEBBIMAN. COB. vER. AVE. as L BT
VAsahlngton, D. C. TeL North ton.
AtrrOMORII.E PAINTING.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED OVER TELBPHONB.
Call us on N. ML 1L V. HAZEL CO.. llth U aw.
AVENUE FI.ORAX COMPANY.
FUNEBAL DESIGNS AND LLT FLOWEBa.
1IM Pa. Are, Phoot M. 1353.
BANJO, MANDOLIN. GUaTAR
LESSONS BT MB. U A. OALLAN. 110 tTH ST.
be, luatruclor. (leorgrtown Unlrtxaltl.
BEAUTY CULTURE SCHOOL.
MANICL1UNG, CHIBOPODT, SCALP TREAT
Bcnt.liairireasmg.djelBg.Bilg. roiUnl. IBs 14th W.
REDS AND BEDDING.
ii. aTlingek. jil. jj u 8T. nw. TELB
phoni Mala KSt.
BENJAMIN CLOTHES FOR MEN.
A. J. BENNETT A CO.. COR. N. i. AVB, A
14th SL Rats, fnrxuahlncs Emeraon ahoca,
BEST CHILI CON CARNE.
TAKE ROME A BOX OF HANCU CHILL TO
be had st sll leadlsa lunch xiioma,
BEST MILK AND BUTTERMILK.
DlilECT FROM OUR OWN FAB1L J. M. FORD
A Son, its Uth St. nw. Dairy lunches.
BICYCLES BICYCLES BICYCLES
alT. KTTIAS-ALL SIZES-ALL 1'lUCkJ. NLW
lock Cjcls Ca. 1333 Q St. nw.
ntr-l-n.-R REPAIRING TIRES.
UNICOBN T1BE3. fL!3; UARTFOBD SLCONDS.
ILM. JTH U CXCLK CO.. Ith As L Bts,
BIRDS DOGS PETS.
gr-ElllD'S BIBD STOBfc. Ill CtB ST. NW.
TeL M. SOI.
nnirnlMC. LIVERY. AKD SAr.wsi
STABLES. BEAbONABLE BATES. Sl'xVCIAL TO
irommeia. Norman CotUn. 3U Mo. Ate. M. on,
a -am rnnir.n -ra-nsssrw
nsTlcVEHY DESCRIPTION . COBNlCxL Tl-a.
cleg, ranges. HOT E SL QIOINEK.
oinPRs-TEIU AND BUILnRna
JALOLU A McABDLE. SB F BT. JUIiBINQ A
ipsaailr. aTums" scxim-s.
rRPETER AND CABINET Wonar
trx-KHiUTU. GENERAL UEPA1BS. sTT.
kiDds. 0. K. BUCK, ITS IX An.
J. W. TEFIT, 1300 Pa. Are. Tri. M. 3B1L
trad. T. K. Asderson. 433 14th BL aw. TaL It. av3a.
CIGARS. POOL. PERIODICALS.
BALT. CIGAR CO.. 4TU A O BTS. NW.s XXL,
MaA-.NL HaAMaY.Jt;aaVOsSM
a-aarara ssan n-r.Aetat niCasAIftlwa.
BUBFEIND-8. COB. 10TU AND O STS. NW.. IN
the mcLscaica BasaT Blag.
TLOTniNG OI CREDIT.
SEE OUR STOCK BIOH-OBADE MEN'S AND
women's " B. R. Berman, IH! Tth St. art.
SOMERSET B. WATEBS. VTBOLXSAIJS OBO-
ccr. 130 rth SL nw corner O. sst. aorua ue.
WB DRILL WELLS. AND DRILL THEM BIOHT.
aBtahSLanr. Phono Main 1J6B.
COLUMBIA TRANSFER TOIAOB
OO.MK. T. AVR NW. PROSE M. 1RS-1
Padded xans. 14 and 15 load. Packing, shistang.
COMMERCIAL REPAntjmOF.
ADIO BEPAIBINO. MACHINE WORK. AUTOS
tor hire. tth SL nw. Main 247.
nRCORATnrn PAiRnGTNo.
t PEB CENT OHEAPEB THAN OTHER 2us
Few eaL TeL Lin. S3). Chas. B. Byson. SN E. Cap.
DETECTIVE OKRVICB. . ,
BRADFORD'S DETECTIVE BEBVICB- LJ
eaoaed sad hooded. Colorado Bldg. Phoow M. 5S
.PETR aTEAD CIGAR. 10 I ...
R. T. OFTTERDIWGEB. MFO. SOLD BT LXAT
trig draiara, Factory, got tth St. nw.
IjIME atESKENGER rXF.RVirr. IJC.
FOR QUICKEST AND MOST BEL'IBLB SEBlf.
Ids call Main R20-2L Mrs, L. KRE1A1N.
niTAPERIEU AND UnADES. , ,
OEO T. KOLB. VENETIAN BUNDS. BOOM .
IB llth St. Phone- M. 1721
ntTPLICATTfO -naCTnTiTB."
LETTEB DUPLICATTNO. OFVICE FMNTINp
machine. Ths Natl Supply Ca. ISTf N.T. Ar. M. 154
elasttc nnitnir.
TRUSSES. SICKROOM RUPPUES. "cBEIS
Bur-rlcal Instrument Co.. 1004 F SL nw. Tex. M. "ass.
ELECTRICAL CONSTRrCTTOC.
BL A nrfttr-rtx-n set at rr NW. TEL. WEST
EI (night. SB-y). Bura-llea. motors, srtaaturs winding.
terrrrntr -weTATT.A'riisr.
REPAIRING. vroTORS. SUPPTJES nARTT
ELECTRICAL CO , ZKS Uth St. nw. Main 30Ba
ELECTRICAT. WORK. LOW PRICES.
BT EXPERT ELECTRICIAN. JOHN COLLINS.
New quarters. 447 O SL ow. TeL Main an.
B"Y.lswnTiw tra.si-i-f.i-aiai ATTTOS.
No ratra ertndrnw no carbon deposits- gnarantet-d.
For demonstratloca pbooa Main Hli DDBL nw.
ENGRAVED CARDS, INVITATIONS.
UllI-VCDOD. ENGRAVERS. EMBOISERS. 8TA-
doners, Ac tu Uth SL nw. TeL M. '343.
ENGRAVING OF ALL KINDS.
ar-xxtvsr-iariri-ir -rsriri FAVORABLY
OF OHIO DAIBT LUNCH; CLEAN ALWATS.
George Zagos. tU llth SL aw. TeL M. flea.
EVERYTHING IN PAPER. e.
EXPERT CARPENTER. BUILDER.
WM. P. ORAVTFORD. CARPENTER AND
builder. 13 tth SL nw. Prompt serrlce aiways,
EXPERT ELECTRICIANS.
WIRE MAIN SO WE'LL WIRE FOB TOO.
Leccard McDowell Electric Ca. MO H St, nw.
tO!srax-'-ar -p-rs&-T.fec-. YlEsTISTRT.
TEETH WITHOUT 'PLATES. ALL FILLINGS.
Oe up. Army A Nsry Dextal AaCn. EaL S Fbw.
ap-rasarr-tis nsffTAf-rtrvri.
TINNING AND nEATING. GEO. M. TEAT5IAN.
6toies. furaaoes. Ac. eth and Md. Are. aw. M. sat
FLOWERS FOR EVERYBODY.
GEO. A. COMLET. FLOB1ST. OH WISCONSIN
Are. nw. TeL West Hi.
FLOIVERS FOR FTTNERALS.
OUB SrECIALTT. DESIGNS AND CUT FLOW
era. Leaplry A Meyer. Florlstj. 803 O SL nw.
FLY SCREENS. . -.
GEO. T. KOLB. AGENT. PORTER SCREEN
Mfg. Co. Boom 3. llh SL nw. TeL Mala M.
FOR AVYTnlNG IN OTJR LINE.
TFL. M. 4T9 UNITED STATES 8TORAOE CO,
UI-U3 10th SL aw. Morlng, packing, shipping.
FRFNC1I MILI INERT TArGIT
LATEST STYLES. COMPLETE COURSE IN I
weeks. E. V. Morris. 631 H SL as. Lincoln lTU-r.
FRESn RCTTntl, EGGS. MILK.
RIVER VIEW DVIRT. Ol R ST. NE. CALL
Telephone Lincoln USC
FRNERAI. DESIGNS AND CUT
FLOWERS OUR SPECIALTT. C. J. SAUNDERS.
Florist, 1113 lou SL nw. TeL N. 44EL
FTTNERAI. DIRECTORS.
SHROUDS AND TILLOWS MADE TO ORDEB.
-Thomaa B. Nailer. 131 llth 8L.se. TeL L. 430.
FTT-nvtsTtrvris. n.nfnivn. hats.
EVERT OVERCOAT IN HOUSE SOLD UP TO
CO. reduced to TOTS. Herman's. 133 Ith SL nw.
Firn-viTiiRE Am merchantjise
SPOT CASH PAID FURNITURE AND MEB-
chandiae. D. NOTES. 413 La. Are. aw. M. 300a.
CAS APPLIANCES OF ALL KINDS.
WASHINGTON OASLIOnT CO "NEW Busi
ness Drpt-." 43 10th EL aw. rhons Main K24.
GENERAL CONTR.4.CTING LARGE
OR SMALL JOBS. J. B. GIBBS. 163 L ST. NW.
Estimates on repairs of all kinds. TaL N. SOT.
GENTS FURNISHING. HATS.
MOORE A CULLINAN. 43 TTH BT. NW. PHONI
Main at. A good hat for R.H.
nAnNEss and noRSE goods.
102 DISCOUNT ON ALL BLANKETS AND
Robes. Good Hope Hi. Anacoatla. G.M.King. Jr.
HATS CLEANED AND BLOCKED.
STRAWS AND PANAMAS CLEANED VVHILB
you wslL Olymnls Hat Cleaning Ca, niSL Bar.
nEATING. TINNING. ROOFING.
LATROBES, ACL THOS. HURDLE A CO., (Ct
Lonislans Arc. aw. Telephons Mam 47f.
LAUNDBT, a E SL aw. TeL M. I31T.
niGH GRADE PRINTING.
LOOO ENVELOPES AND LETTERHEADS. $700.
Chirac E. Darla. 63) 10th BL aw. TeL M. SB.
HIGH-GRADE SAMPLE FCRNmTRE
NEW AND BUGHTLT USED AT HALF PRIC1L
E. L. TAILOR. V O BL nw. TeL Main 4471
HIGH SCHOOL noOKS. SUPPLIES.
I. P. MORRISON. STATIONER. Mil rTHHT
aw. opp. TedinlriL TaL North saTL
tnEr. PRINTING.
AT THE IDEAL PRINTER!. W. H. BBEWTOIt
SC M BL aw. Main 103. "aura.
ICE CREAM. WHOLESALE. RETAIL.
loue trs r-RJIAM m "He uVF.T.-'Jifl
- auk. , im
IF YOU CAN WALK! CAW Trier.
TOU TO WALTZ. STUDIO OF DANCING N.
Capitol and Ers Stav Mms. Coulter. Lady Wool,
I1VSTRITMENTS FOR TIIF! n tease
GENKXAL ACOC8TIO CO., SUITS aval AND eo
Ertnt "t Ttt. stain iwu.
1 GUARANTEE MY Wnnir
BTRICTLT FIR3T-CLASS. TELv M. C1 nrro
BABBEB SHOP, 141 Ufa. EL aw.
JEWELRY. CLOCK. A r-TPr nr a..
Beductlona 10 to SO pay cent durtnc JnrcatoiT
Schmedtia Bros. Co.. fOITth SL nw. -"-7.
JEWELRY ENGRAT-TWn RTassrsa-B
THOMAS OEBAOI. TO tTH ST. NW. TEI MAljr
tm. Fustciaas s)it; axodereif prices.
JONES' NOISELESS SAFETT CRIB.
BABY SAFE. MOTHER SURE. PRICE i a.
T. JONES, a B BL Main atf. Mattress mii(.
KIROPRACTIC SPECIALIST.
FOB FURTHEB 1NTEBE8TINO PABTICULABB
m. Dr. J. Bobsrt Botchtar. Q Colorado BIos-
COLUMBIA PHOTOPSjaT '
LWNCH
Oe AND JSe, THE BEST IN THB COT. WR
SON CAFE, tn Uth SL nw.
MANTELS AND FIREPLACES.
ALL STILES AND ALL SIZES AND ALB
PRICES. EDWIN E. ELLETT. 110a Ith Bt nw.
C AATSffJA'IIe? BBIUEBS
caS? ?&&&tg$E5E3S&
Bldg,, orp. Trt-aaury Bldg. TaL Main M.
I??!, OITTFTTTERS THE BEST.
FOR 93 TEARS ONE OF THE LrUDlNO MJXB
outcttera. JOS. BOMMEBS. 3D39-S) M St. nw.
-J15IAI' FRRxmrnE.
OFFICE. VAULT. AND BANK EQUIPMENT.
tsneltlng. CoaaoUdatecl Bala Ca. 1 110 H SL M. TSOt.
Orar'te7J?nr,'t4r!iT'm MATERIAL.
OFFICE FIXTURES. FRAMES. DOORS. BUNDS
mold. Martin niegand. 431 Md. Ate. sw. TeLM-lH.
PAJ!???FiVIe!,01v GARDS.
Si L.A-EXA'OER. MODEB.N SHOW CABDA
eJ B SL nw. Phono Main 1413.
J o ri.- - ""n- - er-UAi.ii,
J- O. Caton Express Ca. SOS Uth BL nw.
r.U.'3jTIGnAIHING TsFEnRr-PlsiriL
etrtlflcates and positions fumithed. Terms naaonahla!
PB0TIJ,nVr.vL'OSE,, OF HEALING.
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SIGNS OF AM, KINDI
AT THE WASHIVGTOV SIGN CO lr o my
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STMPS ANIJ COINS
BOUGHT AND SOLD. H. F. COLStAN SECOtrj
National Bank Building. Phons Mata aca.
stonfs nrn powder
SURE CURE CHOLERA. ROUP. COUPOts ..
box. Southern Poultij Supity Co.. a Jlh. TaL 413L
STORAGE TOE niCHT SORT
Bl D Street NorthwesL TeL Mam 11A
SURWAY BILLIARD AND POflt
ROOM. JOIIN VESSET. TROp" FORSIEBLt
of Itlgg-i Rouse. Uth A F Eta. nw. TeL Main JKl
SUPERIOR PRINTING SERVICF
HAMILTON PRINTINO CO.. 157 J BJ ' jnt
Phone North 43S6. ""
TARLE D'HOTE r)ET IN TOWsf
SO CENTS. TRT US ONCE. M. o pnsViorw.
3 E 8L aw. Phone M. BIT.
Wedneaday nights. Visitors Intlted. 0 alh St. nw.
THE CLOTHES nnrrnn
CLEANING DYEING, AND RFPAlTtr-eo TrnnK
called for and deliTered. KM Pa. A tf Pbona ILlta
THE MIRROR RTATrxsr t-wsisiiii ,
MAMCL'RINU. AND.. OTHER BBANciaB
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LESSONS IN BUSINESS. OIAME.(iI(a
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TYPEWRITTEN LETTERS.
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UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMKRa.
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WASH DRESSES.
LOO VALUE At H.I7. THIS WEEK OSTLX.
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IUHN GRIMES. 331 PA. AVE. 8K. TEL.
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Y,A1lner-!H's IESPOSWADES.
Pianos. Music. Talking Marhlnea. TeL 3L iff.
WASHINGTON SUNSET ROUTS.
BEST SKBVICE TO CALIFtlBNIA. BTANDAJtB
or tourist, 105 F BL nw. TaL Mala 12. --
WE DYE EVERY DAY.
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