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MILLS HAS CRITICISM
FOR STATE TROOPERS
Only 57 Per Cent Have Rifle Practice,
He Declares in Report Federal
INOCULATION FOR TYPHOID
That cnlr 5" per cent of the State
troops throughout tho United States hold
rifle practice, that there arc not enough
regular army- officers detailed to drill the
militia, that the militia does not
take care of Federal property, and
that compulsory Inoculation asalnst
typhoid should be Introduced Into the
militia organizations, were the features
Df the annual report on ralitla affairs
made by Gen. Anson I. Mills to the Sec
retary of War yesterday.
"The organized militia," according: to
the report, "does not take proper care or
the Federal property In its possession. In
Mississippi alone there are not enougli
serviceable rifles to carry on the sum
mer practice, despite the fact that they
have 1.303 government rifles in tho State.
In Alabama the number of rifles short
would also equip a regiment. Many ar
ticles, such as axs and articles of similar
nature, which with proper care are prac
tically Indestructible are frequently re
ported unserviceable In one. period of field
1 exercises of fwo or three weeks."
The Chief or Militia Affairs also states
that "too much money was spent on
teams preparing; for and engaged In com
petitions between States, occasionally
even to the deprivation of all target prac
tice within the State, except for this
"The past 5 ear has been one of con
siderable progress and Improvement in
the organized militia,' the report sums
up. "While It has decreased slightly In
strength, such decrease has occurred in
the interest of efficiency, and while this
decrease may continue for some time to
come, it Is believed that the resultant In
crease In efficiency will lead to renewed
Interest and ultimately result in an In
crease in strength."
Y. W. C. A. LECTURE TONIGHT.
.Mm. D. K. -Vlbcr Will Talk, on
Mrs D. E. Wlber will lecture at the Y.
"W C. A. tonight on "Child Labor and
Women In Industrj." This lecture Is
open to all members and friends of the
Tomorrow the secretaries of the Y. W.
C A. will be at home at the association
rooms from 3 to 6 o'clock.
The Gymnasium Club will be at home
tomorrow night t S o'clock. This re
ception will be in honor of the other
clubs of the Y. W. C. A. An interesting
entertainment has been planned.
Dr. J. S. Stone will lecture at S o'clock
on "Diseases Acquired Through Occupa
tions." This series of lectures, of which
Dr. Stone's Is the second. Is open to all
MAY SUCCEED THURSTON.
Stephen E. Kramer Mentioned as
Asalatant rhoul Superintendent.
According to the belief expressed jes
lerdav bj several persons In touch with
the situation, Stephen E. Kramer, su
pervising principal of the third division
of the public schools, is to be appointed
assistant 'superintendent of schools. Mr.
Kramer was one of the prominent candi
dates for superintendent.
The recommendation of assistant super
intendent, which rests with Supt. Thurs
ton, probably will be brought before the
meeting of the board of education to
morrow. Thus far he has expressed no
choice, but It Is believed by those In
rlose touch with Mr. Thurston that he
will name Mr. Kramer for the vacancy.
'Newspaper Rewards Emploaea,
Svracusc. X. T.. Jan. 19. The S)racusc
Herald today observed the thlrt
seventh anniversary of Its founding. The
publishers distributed money presents to
all Herald employes at the rate of 20
per cent Of each man's weekly wages.
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NviAre A Daily Feature
INeWS In The Herald
This dally naws feature of Tht
Washington Herald la for the btn
flt of everybody Intaraatad In motion
Suggestions, comment, cxltlclimt.
Inquiries, and Questions Invited. Ad
dress communications to Motion
Picture Editor. Washington Herald.
In the first part of the fifty-two reel
serial, "Our Mutual Girl," released at the
Colonial Theater today, the very latest
fashions in gowns and hats and furs and
shoes and lingerie will be carried to every
part of tho country where Mutual movies
make time fly.
There Is a. strong heart-interest story
running through tho entire scries. In
which this simple country girl is taken
to New York and molded into a Fifth
avenue society belie, but It chief inter
est will be In showing to those who can
not visit tho- great metropolis and Its
environs, the gay life of the great city
and the leading people who participate
This charming heroine will be seen
In all the great show places of New York,
at the opera, the horse show, tho Inter
collegiate football games. In tho fore
most hotels and restaurants, and in the
smartest shops, on the greatest steam
ships and meeting tho most prominent
social, financial, political and artistic ce
lebrities In their actual surroundings.
Anions those who hate already been
photographed on the film with her are
Mr. and Mrs. August Belmont, otto lvunn,
the active partner In the famous bank-
ine house of Kuhn. Loeb & Co.: lime.
Tetrazzini. the renowned grand opera
soprano: Paderewski. the great pianist;
Gerardy, tho 'cellist: Ysaje. the violinist;
all the prominent stars of the stage now
playing at the principal Broadway thea
ters; the foremost men and women In
art and literature, and those of nation
wide political prominence.
But that which will appeal most In
timately to the women devotees of the
screen will be the elaborate and up-to-the-verj
-minute garments with which
the Mutual1 Girl will bo outfitted at the
cost of a good sized fortune.
Norma Phillips, or the Mutual corn
pan), will play the title role, and she
has posed for these pictures. Maym
Kelso is plaving the New York aunt,
Jlquel Lanoe. the count who seeks the
hand of the Mutual Girl, and Antonio
Moreno, the country boy sweetheart, who
folows her to the city.
Onr Slutnal Girl" Cost a Fortune to
nroduce. Colonial Thca- 917 Pa., today.
Louise Lester, in her inimitable new
character sketch of Calamity Anne, goes
herself one better than in her last ap
pearance of "Calamity Anne s Dream.
Her acting Is perfectly natural, so much
so. in fact, that one would almost believe
her to be the novice in society dress she
purports to be
Her appearance is decidedly grotesque.
and will provoke wholesome amusement
while attesting her astounding versatility.
The Nestor Company has begun the
production of their second two-reel com
edy, entitled "She Was Only a Working
Girl." It bids fair to be a worthy run
ning mate to their recent two-reel
comedy success. "When Ursus Threw the
John A. Steppling will play the part of
a villainous capitalist. Eddie Lyons will
plav the part of the honest elevator boy,
while Ramona Langley will b seen In
the title role.
The production is to be a ripping trav
esty on old-stjle melodrama. Nellie, the
working girl, goes to the wicked city to
make enough money to save the old home
stead from the villain. She falls Into the
snarVs of the wicked capitalist and his
foreman, and from thenceforth there Is
thunder and lightning, hair-breadth es
capes, heroic rescues and hair-raising
chases all in the standard melodramatic
stile of thirty years ago until finally
the honest elevator boy saves the girl,
outwits the villain and spends the re
mainder of his life on the farm drink
CONTINUED FROM PAGE TWELVR
potatoes, North Carolina, per bbL, lC0a2S; do.,
native, per bbL. LfiOaSJO; potatoea. per ssck. Z.Ka
135; da. No. 2. per bbL. 1 OtULS: bau, Florida,
prr basket. 2.KS3.M; cibh.se. New York, per
100 round'. lJOsCOO. dL. natlrr, prr bbL. ft
LOO; do.. KInrldi. per bbL. 2.WS3J0: ai
rots, per bunch. SaS; ndUbes, huae-crowB.
per 10O. 50.1.00; lettuce, per basket. IOO1IM;
cjrcatUsst. per mUt, LOOeLSO; celerj. per dot
XG; do., per cnte, ZStfcLS; cucumbers, per bis..
J.K.00; Western yellow onions, per Uz. Z13150;
biu onions, per bus., itrjaiSO; beets, per 100. 1J
3.50; eggplants, per crate. 3.0CSL00; turnips, rer bbL.
SCaLOO; do., per box, Satt: tomsues, Honda, per
crate. 2J0aJO; do New York hotlionse, per IK.
SS; cauliflower. California, per 4 crate. .2a!.2i);
do.. Florida, per basket, LSaLTa; pumpkins, eaeti.
SalO; spinach, per bbL. LttsiOS; salt. bbL, G675;
cranberries, per small box. ItOaJLS: do per 22-qX.
box. 4.00; da, per bbL. lOOallOO; Brussels sprouts.
per qusrt. ISsS; Florida peppers, per crate. ZjOa
1; per baa., LRaXS: Florida prss. per but.,
iOOs&OO; beela, Florida, rcr crate. Z21.TS.
DRESSED rOULTftX-Chlekms, per lb.. I!a3:
hens, choice, per lb.. M: docks, per lb., I!a3;
turkers. per lb.. Xa3: roosters, per In, 1L
LIVB STOCK-eal calre. choice, per Ib.K,
medium per lb.. lOall: common, per lb., sa),
sprint lambs, best, per lb aSH: do. ordinarr,
per lb.. SaT: fit sheep, per lb., sat't
OltESSbU GOUDS-Dresxd pork. Usht-welahts.
rer IK. lOHatl; do . heat 7, per lb.. 9al0; rsbUln. prr
SEEDS-Uoier, r-i per lb. ZViaCi: do.. aUlke.
rer IK. U: do., sltairs. per lb. UHsUh: ttmothr
seed, prr busbeL 13aZ.S: orchard rrtst. per bushel.
LSOaLTS: red top, per Bj.. i3. Bin trass, per
HAT. 8TIIAVV. AND COE.V-ITaj. best tlmnthr,
per ton. li.00; do., medium. 1700; old bar, 10 Ma
M.00: straw, lone ire, per ton, is.Kr; da, tarried
rre 10 08aH73; wheat straw, LOO; euro, ear. per tbL,
WOOL AND niDES-WooJ. washed, free- of burrs.
per lb., SaS; wool, unwashed, per lb., i3; tides.
drr. per lb.. ICaU; aalt hida, dry. per lb., IS; salt
bides, per lb., U: calfskins, trees, each. LMaLTJ;
treen hMea. per lb.. 1Z
FBESH FISH AND CSABS-fPrieea rites below
art by the pocsd unless otherwise ststed.) Batter
and stsrs. lsxce. 10al5: carp. 6si; crocus, medium to
lane. tbL. llOOal2.SO; da. small. 7 000 0): Ear
mackerel. 2: rock. boiUnr. X: da. medium. 31; da.
pan. IS; whits perch, larte. I&s3. da, white. smaU.
10al5; yellow perch, lane. 1ZH: da, small. I; salmon
trout. It; trar trout, larre, ICaC; da. smsU. al9;
flounders. taC; catfish, 0ar. tretu pike, nstlre. U;
eels, medium to lane. Cat: spots. Isrre. Hi tallora,
larte, IS: da, small. 10; srurreona. dressed. 3; do.
skin on, 3); clams, per 100, Ub; snappers, ss to
sise. loalz: scallops, per Cw. a; shrimp, per qt, 33;
hlueflsh. 15: salmon, 5: fresh cod, 13; hsddock. It:
Spanish mackerel. J5a2D: a'otcmaa baas. boUlnt. a;
do. pan. S3; shad, roe, each. Z.00; da. buck, each.
FBU1TS New apples, per bbL. LSOsltO; lemons,
per box.. I0s1.2; oranxes. Catifomia, per box. S.7Sa
3.00; da. Florida. 3.C0M2.73; tantennea. Florida, per
strap. Z.OMZJX1 uncarplcs. Florida pines, prr crate.
.0Ca3.OO; limes, pc 103. SSaLOO; fiTapes. Malaca per
Vi bbL Itt, f.SCa700: trspefniit, 1 crate. XSOalJS.
SAYS HIGHER RATES MUST COME
Ksarnlns; n Lotiftrr Will Cover In,
proaenienlft, Drrlarra 3fr. Krb.
New York. Jan. 19 Newman Krb, pres
ident of the Minneapolis and St. I-ouis
Railroad, declares. In the annual report
Just Issued, that a point has been
reached where it is Impossible for rail
roads to increase their facilities out of
surplus earnings or corporate credit.
"With it has come the conviction," savs
Mr. Krb. "that rates must bo Increased
to enable the railroads to meet part of
their requirements from surplus earn
ings and improve their credit to enable
them to obtain the means necessary to
meet the transportation needs of a
Jlallronit Krvennes on llccrraMc.
Railroad revenues for the month of No
vember decreased approximately J9.0A
CM in comparison with the same montli
of 1912, according to a statement issued
by the Interstate Commerce Commission
jestcrday. The total operating revenue
amounted to C61.S98.21t. and expenses J1SS,
"51.613 for 1913. The same figures for
1512 were revenues, 270,4,0,639, and ex
penses J179,CS1.S77. The net operating
revenue last November was 1,6,316,601
againsr :90.7W,S last jear.
AMERICAN MISSIONARY SHOT.
Wounded In Fight Between Chtneae
Loyalists nnd Rebels.
Hankow, China, Jan. 19. Word was re
ceived here today that A. Llliegaard. a
missionary of tho American Lutheran
mission, was shot, but not seriously
wounded, during a fight between troops
aud bandits under "White Wolf" at
Kwang Chow, In Honan province, on
Lives of other missionaries. Including
several women, were endangered.
See Next Sunday's Herald
herald. Tuesday, January 20, 19&.
WANTED BY A lABY-ByDwiwiM. ' ,
HERALD WANT ADS.
PIANO TTJNINU. fUO; VTOES OOABANTEED:
30 jesrs experienes is repair work, T. 1IOLVEB
BON. 113 North Carolina Asa, pa. tin. 3sM.
MONEY FUK SALARIED PEOHLB
'and others upon their own names;
cheap rates, easy payments. confldentlaL
WBLLS It CO . Room tWK. Fn IMh St. nw
rilONE M. I1S3 TO HAVE TODB WINDOWS
cleaned. Acme Window deanlnt Ca, ra G nw.
News Nuggets from
Telegraph and Cable
I'arjj, Jan. 19. Kcrnan Koureau. the
African explorer, died Saturday from con
gestion of the brain.
Berkeley, Cal, Jan. 19 Six old Roman
coins, valued by tho University of Cali
fornia at $3,CM nplece, were overlooked
by thieves who broko Into tho coin
cases at the university library.
Cleveland. Ohio. Jan. 19 An automo
bile driven by W. K. Winslovv, manager
of. the American Mausoleum Company,
lilt K lug Webb, twenty-one. graduate of
Yale and professor of languages at Uni
versity School. Webb was badly hurt and
Winslow is in a critical condition be
cause of the shock.
Augusta. Ga., Jan. It. Quantltcs of
whisky were stolen by negroes and white
men this morning when the North Augus
ta, S. C, dispensary was threatened "by a
fire which consumed a big warehouse of
the Industrial Lumber Company nearby.
Albany. N Y.. Jan. 19. Thero now are
9H fewer drinking places In New York
State than there were In 1S96, when the
present excise law was passed. The to
tal number now Is 2iiTi In New York
Cltv the decrease last jear was 105.
ParK Jan. 19. The campaign against
Ikiuor drinking in France began today
with a meeting at Nanc. This Is In line
with the demand made In November for
the immediate pawago of an act of Par
liament to limit the number of bars, sa'
loons and other establishments for the
sale of tplrits In France.
Mine Tipple- I Destroyed.
Fairmont. W Va . Jan. 19. Tho tipple
of the Con-wilidateel Coal Company at
CJvpwv was de.troed by fire this morn
lug with a loss of J13.""1.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
1-1 3 It ll-.VCkEn. Vm J ln N jt Franklin J
trs et si to Alrrrt K Acker J 10 trust
(1st WCll'lU nw) 3
Si C7 It 11 U undisfcled int in In eseh-ACKER.
.Mlwrt E et nx Kara M to rf -N. Ulj A &
Nirfaolaa A Acker HO
(1st bet R K ts nwl 3
Si SJ1 It rC Sit II-BEROMANS. II II Chaa
ehrT trs to ra c zrmmermsnn et ux Ulse J
nnt tenants 335 sub to rtcht of wsr
(ItM Meridian n nw)
Si 3K It M CJiillmn CaMI Hla-OAWUNGTON.
T K et ux Jvsie 11 to The Wash's Land i. Jill
(Kennedr st bet N Cap M sis nl 5
gq KKT north pt or It 12-C1IR.IST1HN. Philip II
to Alfred I' L?buni flu trust SCO
(13th ret a & II its nel 13
bq in It 7-Cll. reriinr A to Linda O Hahn
(1SS 3Mh nl 1
SJ 39S It 105 Mt n-OIlOVE. Thns A et ex
Theresa E to Claude 8 CarKSter t'-0
Ot, rark rd nw) 27
hi M ll S bll Ml II 1 n Pls-HILLTEB,
Andrew- F et ux Vlamie K to Eliaa T Bar S3C0
(8 of Uirard rt. K of Khermsn see nar) j
hq SS lis SI A K Uk S )It PI IX'CIK, Arthur 3
lr Martha Wlllinxham $10 corersnu A trs
(3 of Col rd. K c Sherman are nw) l
Sj 1062 it C3-UCKVKI1. Ilelra A to De Forest
L Ormea SHI
(III Kr are -l
Sq 1T80 It 1? hft 5 Annsleidi rk-FOOLE. Laura Y
t nr Chaa E to Thalew Boaen Wl
13S11 Wlndom M nw) 41
Rq 331 It S-IlAWMMIt. J-e W et ux Mabel T
to Ceo It Kersuson 510 tr J2.30O
(UU Vt stt nw) SI
Sq 2B63 Its 118 lo 119 South rd Col L'nlr-STUR
TEVANT. Jane A B to Wm Wrirh HO tr COM
11IC 1(17 Cbaoln si nw A rear) (l
8q SSt It IB Chillum Catle Hts-SMITII. Carroll
w m ttr Mirrh rTrwri, to uaiTT vv unmsiev XIO
IMihnarsaa n brt S Cap 1st its nw) lb
DOINGS OF THE VAN LOONS.
Cemic Sectiea few Fufl Page
HERALD WANT ADS.
WASHINGTON RAILWAY MAIL
clerk examinations February 2L Sample
nueitlons free. FRANKLIN INSTI
TUTE. DepL J. Rochester. N. Y.
MEN TO LEARN LINOTYPE;
tuition, $100; easy installments;
day and night classes; competency
LINOTYPE SCHOOL, 904 Ec
St. N. W. Phone M. 3319.
BOYS OVHR 1 AND YOUNQ MEN
WITH WHEELS CAN EARN 12 UP
PER DAY. WESTERN UNION TELE
GRAPH CO.. 11TH AND Y STS.
COLORED GIRL FOR GENERAL
housework; must be reliable, good cook
and experienced with children: easy work
and good pay: references .required; call
after 9 a. m. 3113 I3th at." nw.
WANTED PUPILS IN CHINA PAINT
Ing: CO cents lesson. Hor 21. Herald.
PAINTER. PAPERHANOER. PLAS-
tercr, and Lalsomlner wants work.
Room papered, S3: painted, $2.73. 1.
fSOLDBLATT. 909 22d St nw.
MONEY WANTED & TO LOAN.
MONEY -J LOAN ON REAL ESTATE
In small and large sums. All transac
tions conducted with economical consid
eration for borrowers. WM. II. SAUN
DERS & CO.. Southern Bid.. 807 15th St.
MONEY TO LOAN on approved dty real
estate at lowest current rates: special
privileges with respect to prior oayments.
Tyler tc Rutherford Inc. T3( lSth 8t
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST A LARGE SQUARE BLACK
leather purse Monday on 7th sL car or
V st. Finder please return to loung
Women's Christian Association and re
LOoT-CERTIKlOATE OK SHARES GiPITAL.
kinck Alaska Bankins and Sat. nenoalt Cbrapanr.
of ome. Alaska, rrrtlllcat. No Ig, dated October
2. Wi in name of M VRGEHtTTT 1 r.uvvvm'-t.
DON'T LOSE YOUR HAIR! DR.
Krett's King Hair Tonic removes
dandruff and stops falling hair. Affleck's
and lading druggists. .W
JVOTIOjCi Paren TlcUeta Cashed. Second
hand Diamonds and Jewelry bought.
I.onla Ahrskams. SIS G. opp. Pat. OfflCw.
UlCC " AIM llAMCClllMa AXD SCALP
MlOO lliN TREATUENT. Vt fth 8.
nw AramMBt L Open cttnintv Phons Hals 113a,
MISS WELLS AND ASSISTANT.
Msnicarina; and scalp treatsust, llocaa. tut.
O S. I. Art. Sd Soor tronL
WORKINUMEN ALL THAT REMA1N-
ed and bought from us saved goon
mnnev and were hichlv nleaied. sent
their friends; result, a busy storo giving
values In slightly used suits and over
coat". $2 to JIO. saves moncv . one price.
JITSTH'S OLD STXND. CT9 P
CLOCK & XEWELRY REPAIRING.
AatEKIUAN, E.NUUSB. KM.NCH. SWISS
watch and clock rrpatrtns. If. SCUUMACUEB.
Dot Klh 8L nw. Pbona N. tm
REFRIGERATORS ICE BOXES.
And CooIlnaT Rooma Are Uneqaalea.
McCllAY REFRIGERATOR CO,
11 F St. N. W.
WATCH AND CLOCK REPAIRING.
Called for and delivered anywhere. M.
B. KORMAN. the Washington expert.
7S3 H St. ne Phone Lincoln TSXt.
WINDOW SHADES & SCREENS.
Oxx.pfTtieiti.Te -LMortmenta tn itorfc and mada to
order atudea. arena, and doors, rrict alwaj pt
aoBable. SttWaction cuarautetd.
? BOeeMatfs LJngjn
Best of Work Reasonable Ratcw.
1IM II st, nw. Phono M. 12J3Y.
f tfce Defaigs ef tke Van UfU.
HERALD WANT ADS.
FOR SALE SUBURBAN.
Pretty house and lot. lOOxlJO. In
best part of Hyattsvllle; lots are
three feet above street, and are
full of all kinds of fruit, flowers,
shrubbery, and lawns; half block
to trolley and boulevard In high
House cost 32.300 to build and
lots are cheap at 31,200: wide alley
In Tear and fenced: best class of
neighbors pn either side; water,
sewer, electricity, gas, and phone
In street; gas in house.
Here is a. 33,500 home for 32,200.
on terms of 3(00 cash, with balance
on low monthly term", or all cash.
GEO. C WALKER
Kenois Bldg, 11th and G sts. nw.
Two hundred acres near city; truck
land Improved: reduced for quick sale to
370 per acre; 19 acres In Maryland on
railroad: old estate: house 14 rooms, near
station and the new macadamixed road;
only VA per acre; 10 acres at District line
northwest for 32.350: se these bargains.
"CONWELU" 1CS N. Y. ave.
FOR SALE OR RENT.
GET OUR SALES AND RENT LISTS.
JOHN F. DONOHOE & SONS.
314 Pa. Ave. S E.
FOR SALE HOUSES.
FOR SALE ATLANTIC CITY. NEW
Jersey, beautiful private home on most
exclusive residential avenue In resort,
fourteen large room", tvvo bath", hand
somely furnished, all modern Improve
ments, first-class condition throughout:
centrally located; less than one block
from Boardwalk; size of lot. Cx13a fac
ing on two streots. For particulars ap
ply to Mrs. GEORGE BEERS, 126 States
ave. Atlantic City. N. J
A GEORGETOWN BARGAIN. S ROOMS
and modern bath, open grates and la
tiobes: fine location, cost 3!,n0: sell for
33.CNH): terms, one-third cash, balance 314
a month for three scars for interest:
now vacant: see this at once. "CON
WELL." H2S N. Y. ave. nw.
MISS M. P. IIENAULT. PUBLIC
stenographer and copyist. Room 23
Woodward Building Phone M TOO
w E rteed tfarnlrure. titor fixtures. Groceries, snd
Mdsa. of aa kinds. GSc furniture'. Ac. Wllllnf
to ry for it. D. Notes. IIS La. Asa. II sin SOI.
JSO DROr HU.V1I blNit:it. Kne condition snd com-
taete. 318. Repainns IVtonal Renege rattercs.
t. K. 11AI1KISS. ZlTt ltlh -t. Itinoe N. 16.
32.00 per hour.
AUTO HIRE CO.. Linen 2SS3.
FOR IIIRE-6-raSBCncer. SUO: I rassenter. OJ
per hour. Puwhstan Hotel. ISth a Pa Msinlaf.
LIVE STORAGE FOR LARGE COM-
merclal trucks. 310 to 315 per month:
touring csrsS per month 527 fith st "
HAE Tour mattresses rrnorsted st a reliable and
long-estahli.bed rlaee. Cladlj furnish estimates.
Capital Bed Co.. nil Tth at. North S3S.
MOVING, PACKING, STORING.
FREE JIOVI.NC. FOll hTORAGE-CaU N. till tor
estimates, an separata rocms. SMITH'S TRANS
FER at STORAGE CO . 912 S St. Nixht TcL X. 3S.
" v as &a
HERALD WANT ADS.
FOR RENT UNFUHNliilicU) BOOMS
TO FIRST-CLASS COLORED TE5ANT; MTH
and T sta. saw.; r. h. brick; lsrxa Jard: beat of
condition: ET.M. OATWOOD & GARRETT, 11
K. Y. are.
RhDUCM) TO C9-S ROOMS AND BATH
brick: excellent condition; 10th st. nw., near X
st, CAmOOD i GARRETT. 131 X. T.
IN THE MUFREMB COURT OP THE DISTRICT
of Columbia, as a Oxirt of Baskruptcj. In the
matter of Daniel P. McCarthr. banknrpt. In Bank
rurtcy. No. 9t9 Notice Is hereby xjtrn that thw
ahoTcnaraul tmnkrtrnt ha. tiled hi" petition rnjinz
for a dischars from all h debts in rxakrurte;.
and that his creditor! and ether persona in Interest
ar required to enter arrraranoe in oprrariUm. if
any so desire, in the Clerk's OftVe of said court on
or beta tho -ami I)Y 01 FEBRUARY. IML
WILLIAM M. HVU.A11. Rrfrree in Bankrupter.
Arlington Hotel Site,
FronriBj Vermont Arenne, H and I
Streets N. W. Coatiiiiiag Approz
imMldj 58,391 Sqwe Feet, at
Thandny, Jannarjr Twec-nintfa,
at 11 o'aodc A. M.
Thomas J. On est L Son. Auctlone-cra.
Br Tlrtn or s eertala deed of trust dated A.
f"t 3S, 1J12. and dnl, reccrded in Lber No. 350.
. R.? 'L01- ' u Uod records of the Instnct
of Oolumbu. and at the mneat of tho partr secured
17 Ti.'lwl 'mat and panr to a certain sjree
"".'JSJ11 Arunzton Hotel Cutupsny, dated Au
f" $uiasl "i recorded on th. same dar In Liher
No. ssa. ';1 et g.. of the Umt records of tn.
Instnct of Columbia, the undersigned trustees wil
!T.'.l,,5uR'.bi(! "cuon tn front ot the rremlau on
TUURSbAY I be twent ninlb dar ot iaouarr. A.
p. .ITU, at 11 ocloes: a. m, tba foaoartos- desaibecl
land snd premises, simile In tho citr of Waahinxton.
1!iulct f Oohxmbia. and deaixnated aa and brine
sllof ortxlnal lots on. 111. elnen till, twclr. (O.
thirteen UJ) 'fourteen 041. nBeeei (1,. sixteen t.
KSlS" JiP" mnd eiaiKccn UH. ta squaia twi
. 1S!2irt ft!tin,l W "a1 '" t" said nu.r
to hundred CJoi. contalne.1 within the fouowmj
.7 ?l.WDi, ,u-: Bnnli!c for the asm
at the ror'heast corner of said lot, and nmoinj
thence ncrth taenttixht (31 feet, cne-half (',1 ,.f
an inch, to a comer of said lot eleren (11). thrace
est " B ,P' ,'eet; ther7j sraith tsrentrirht
feet, to the point of besisntnf w ""
2?" . "n1"! k fourtera (). slv brjre
Jeataated as and embraced la lots nineteen ll7
to tjentj tsro - t. both Incmsite. in Z. M .
KlmTs MMltldoo jn said square two hundred (3t
s. rer plat recorded to Liber W. f folio it7i
&&.&: oan " ' Smt" "
TEII. OP SALE The properly rrlll
b stTered for Mle as rebolr. Of the
parcha.e monej, not exeeedlase nereis
handrrd thousand dollars (700,000l nr
Br part thereof, mar remain on the
property, to be evldrsired b h. n.
or siateai of the pnrelasuier or pnrchan-
- r"7"ie od or sseiore JsaUBrf I.
1017. Tilth Interest at .1 per resit from
the dar of smle. parable aeml-aannallr
on Jose 1 and Derfns,, 1 nr mm-w .-.
and aeenred br free and unencumbered
'' ei oi mat on the property old.
the balance of the purebnae money to
br paid In cash, or the entire purchaae
price mar be paid In cash, at tbr op.
tlon of Ibe DOrehasrr. a d,iwl, ne
3-.O.0OO In raah. bank draft, nr rrrllllrd
check arrrptnhle to the trnalrrw and
payable to thrlr order. lll br rronlml
t the time of sjale. Taxes adjusted to
dr of sale. All ronaeyancinsr. rrrord
'"aT, e. at ront of parrbaaer. Term"
of male to br compiled vrlth rrlthlo 30
daya from dar of sale, otherrilar the
trustees rraervr the risjht to rraell the
property, at thr risk and cot of the
defaultlnc purchaser, after trn days
advrrtlsrmrnt of such rraslr In some
newspaper or nrrispapera published In
Washington. D. C.
aldis n. nitowyE,
1SI2 II St. X. TV.
FREDERICK E. CII.ri,
TRUSTEES' SALR OP VALUABLB LX1M-
reoted irorenr. teinx threw lots. By Tirtue of a
certain dewd of trust duly recorded in Liber 3MJ
folio 263 et sl. of the land records of tho IXanrt
of Colombia, and at the request of the party se
cured thereby, tho undersigned trustees will sell at
rsibuc auction on tho prrtnbc on th 3QTR Dli
OPJOUtlUT. A. P Bit. ,t 3 o'ciork p. ra. th
tollowim: described laud, situated la tho County of
Washirxtcci. PttrKt of Olumbia. and dexnatet
ss and betna; Iota numbfred ono (11. two (21. anW
three (SI. n Work numbered ten (M. now known
aa niuare No. 0, plat of which is d ily rreorlrd in
the office of tho suneyor for tho Ihslnct of Co-
huntis. in comity btaik 7. psso 63. Term, ot "slf
to be one-third caVi. bslanre in ono and two rears.
JOHN E. JIELTOX. CLEMENT B. HlLUtRD.
Trustee". fllJJOlUlS JJ 3
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