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..--- XHEISHIXGTOX HERALD. MONDAY. 3IARCH 1, 1915.
7'S ALL WRONG; FATIMA, ITSlALL WRONG. By Goldberg.
ComnzbL 1915. b R. 1. Guldbr.
IT PAYS TO READ AND USlt
HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS.
AWb LrTeWJe TrM2 oK oF'MrfcsH Mellows MrLfc. UP- M (THIS VMfXLK A -
I fiCT MX "t(VJSWTC-0-Lwo's HOUSE ,To boNT fMLOUJ fVfOY H ) 4 VaJHI &RIMG Wk
FOR MRS. WILSON
Building Will House 1,000 Persons
and Be Model Tenement, Asserts
Mrs. Archibald Hopkins.
t'Lin for the i.rupp- .1 '. .'nM.t t iut
- to I rN ted in in.- . . .- i m -nio.ial
to Mi- Uo.mJ .. , -on who
took so ... tne ii miv -t tn tli ior of
Washington. w jI.inMl n. Mrs.
ifhib.iUl Ilonkins t a nit tins hI.l un
der ,iu-jut- of the Pi-trnt i .! a lion
of Women.- "lii.- in the I'uWu J.-".rar
Saturilt'. Oinqrss i p' tii to In
otporat The liarKnrs . ihr projtd be
ore Man h -1
Ti. nH'iiiuaJ lutiMin r II l- two
Muns hipn ...tit j Mit't t passage mn
riin t! rom:h On- "lit It will house
1.V0 pvon. undt - aiutirv and com
fortable .nliti"ii- ti 1 v .': . divd!
.nto apa'tmcnt renting f nut $T to $17 a
L'nlq ie li-Jituit. ji .in- : i ii r will
e a laaiidi f-. u-' - .t i I . orcu
pant& a il..:uiintl .ii t.r-M. and
.n amu- nu'iii hall i i !-1 wit i a small
"tape 1 u n will U .. htjpitttl v-rriiou,
witn acuoiumotlai Uit for font oi fiv
.sit k pe-FOn- The plan I- 1 h financed
nanr b tin- tntn iltons ot Women
organizations tnrotiijioi., in- tunc, and
tiie memo, nil will l nulim il institu
tion Senator 4iil, .lnni- - MinnJa m
rodueed in The n naif .i loll pruvid-
up? for the uh orpora"nn mi ih Iis
trlit of the i:Nn Ui.m-ii Mniniial
Homes ith cipital -io K f SJ-VKjO
The hill ii.imf a incorporators
'corRf Fostei Vnlioil. IIui;h l Wal
lace, Arthur If fi r' I'.ir-on. Walter
S I'fford. i. hih ild 1lopkin. Julia
" Lalhrop ,t.. . llu-knll and
'harlot te !;enti Hnpkin" The iur
poscs of the (orporitii.il .i i vet forth
as heinc to .n 1 1 in re and hold real
ehtate in the listi i r.i luildln?.
"in memory of th l.t't Mr- W nod row
Wilson, one or mote blo k- of -.m-itar
houses for the working lasses.
and renting the same at a rei.ta! .uf
nnentlv low to aue .thandonnient of
ill lapidated ami msnni:ar houses. tt
n object lfson in the housing of
the workim; classes under good oi.
diions ami at reasonable rates" It is
proidd that the corporation shall
ii.it hold pmpertv .e.lirm J.hk.. n
v al I
Mom in"; Recital.
N'et Saluidav at th' V. W illiid in
the small la!lH-m Mi la nest will
tive the lirst of a ris o fn it tnortiirm
lei itals The om ! id prwim- to he
;iinom Ihn imt intf r stmc Montf f
tli- season and -)nn ot t mt promi
nent tociet woim'i cf th Capital are!
n the list of pattoncsse)- Tu ket foi
tlie entire sen,: are now on sale by
Mis iura Harlaii. isS M str t The
piocrani for tlf" lirt (onert inmpnses
Ueethoen and Schubert numb-rs.
THINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN
1 Hpfcv J -N I TWIKK OF A
I IS 3i THfVTS A co-re 1HIM6
S W F,HE LlTILe He ENt-R SAIOJ
iw-f HAVE THERE VV U f
H 1 1 DOE5 HE E's'EB $ CT " '-j,
RA COTE j
-pr ui Cnrrespomlrot of Tt Htnid
.New York. Feb. 2S. Amid ringing
cheers the case against James .
Hamilton collapsed at an earl hour
In the morning. The scene
court room in Delmonlco's when the
jury brought in lis verdict was moist
to a degree
The charge against Hamilton orig
inally wa "making drawings with In
lent lo illustrate." but was changed
to "illustration in the first degree."
The t ria I w as held at the Dutch
Treat "lub annual dinner. The
members of tb club are literary per
The eiprrt witness was known as i for slk jears. A magazine writer or Mattie was runnliiB back and forth cha
Hla l-'ilhertus. who appealed callns , MIInr ,OIe iias never been outside of I nc; away the. neighbors' chickens. The
fondI :it a red. red rose, which ex-, Crcater New York and a telegraph j freh fei'tilizer which had been placed so
aciij man rra nit ne . i oiner unies
me nia i- known as liiinert nite,
Iirntliet of Stewart Kdward White
pave Iiik tentlmony a. to w.ho lie1
was in erse as lollows:
"Little pob. of Kaufman.
"Kittle nobs of Kaufman.
A touch of I. T Barnum
just a look.
dash of 1
A pinch of i:a TanRuaj, of Teck-
titlT just a crumb.
All make me lila Kilberlus. and tli.it
is Koinir some"
When Robert Wildhack was asked
to pie ins idea of what a fot Is,
he .ud "A poet is a person who can
see soiiietlmiij beautiful, even in a
ivie I i.i ly once said- "To be Rood in
New York is to tie eccentric." But
there are other eccentrics besides the
Kood -pood kind, as for instance the
lone peaie enthusiast who went down
to lb. i'ii Hall the other morniutr
and set ured a permit for a one-roan
HOME FOR MUSICIANS.
l.onil IrtlsfK to iic ( mire rt
Tin I'hamber of Coinmerie and other
local imc organizations are lending aa-t-iNtam
e to the movement now on foot
b the memlers of the Musician's Pro
tective t'nion of thi.s city to give a
mammoth band concert at Tolls Thea
t r Sunday evening. March 26. The move
ment has be ti started for the purpo.se
of raising fund. for ilie founding of a
home for the musicians in Washington.
The inard of directors of the local mu
sicians and board of trustees have been
delegated an xecutive committee lo have
entire chirge .f the event
Jteheai.-als are now- in progress every
i parade from the nailery to Columbus
circle to promote Ins principles.
It was hard for" the populate to
understand just how- he proposed lo
make converts b any such display.
but he was probably no more eccen
tric than the zealous old Ir Pease,
the atiti-smokt: fiend, who -snatches
cigars and cigarettes out of unsus
pecting hands all oer the cit
In fact New York probably has
per Miuare foot than
A prominent theatri-
my other cit
cal man will not pas a certain bra-is ) lauched Teddy. puIlinK aside the dinini;
sitiii on Bro.tdwu without touchinp it r0om curtnin and looking out into the
One of the old waiters in a tender- garden spot at the side of the Herbert
loin restaurant has walked around I ntn.
i the Times Buildinc every niclit at 12
editor on I'arK Jtow lias never rtuden
j j nle subway.
Harry Crant Part, the artist, who
also responsible for "ripriKhtly Ad-
ventures of Mr Homesweet Home" in
the Morning World, had his first taste
or seasickness the oilier day in aje-rcise In tne Invigorating -March air.
sailing essel out on tlreat South Bay. j "And this one year when I had plinned
He was with a party of friends and ;so much on my sweet peas and have fol-
after a couple of hours of rough
weather, .Mr Part began to wonaer
why the men in the trenches com
plain of trivialities. Stretched prone
on a deck chair, a steward came up
to him and t?aid
"Mr. Dart. I notice that your purse
has dropped out of jour pocket. Here
"Never mind said Mr. Part, "just
put it with my other effects. ily
executors will take care of it"
And speaking of giving up during
Lent, a paratrapher asks if you have
ever bought a round trip to Los An
geles" Sunday morning at Id o'clock at the
Chamber of Commerce rooms. Twelfth
and K streets northwest, under the baton
of C Schn-idei
Arthur i'ryoi. tl,e great band con
ductor, has be. ii secured to conduct for
the concert on Match 2S, and It Is ex
pected that ni'.re than two hundred mu
sicians will participate in the selections
to lie given. The effect will not, ns some
miht suppose, be a blast of brass with
nothing to soften the blare, for at least
a dozen "cellos and almoet as many
string bases will be Included In the In
fctiumcntallon for tliis gigantic concert.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
s.i ur :t : i n rtmdie nisiiiind-4XnEit-
on. Alliert et ui P.ttle II to Xcwh It Itobiu
P"ll $ 0 Atunp SO t
IN of JIv ne, V ti Anarvxtia rd fl C6
&4 US It T1-IIUMAN. Cb II et in Crrfo
U to tnnlie k fjjrt J10 bUmp i
(1S13 Mtnuii st nw ft
S 5S It 3 Uk in Twituiu City-FISCHBn. Iler-
mirni tn Mtthis). Fis.rr ilO tr
(S of Itjnw t. W t Minn t. re) K
gl 3IM 11 jf. bit, i l'Hscrth Addo CROVEIt
Jacob ct m Vnnie R to ilirjr M Wxnl J10
oTi-nnl A tr 53.UO tfjmp SO et
(V ef T.jlnr. E of Sti si nil 3"
Si 3T It K-lIfXin Jk Ki.ru Horccr tn
lo McLarhlcn I'aiJncc Con J2.JW
flSIO lOth st ns) "3
Sj :l IU IK tn HO. 1H to lU Hk 1 WMtn.J
CIoe-HAVlEV. Jwi A and Emanuel Speicn
lis to Wm J VirWrj K.aO tump K.M
(X if Oil id. E of Warder tt n) K
S.I .'lSl It 53 Kk Zl Pctworth Add'n-IIOWEN-
hTEIX. II It .-t MT Tarolm to ltcbt II San-
fonl et uv Manr L joint tfnanu $10 coTenantt
IS o' Qtnr.cy, V of TUi t on) 3
Parrel 3MI pt tract Mt Airj de-enbed on Kelt
lid-KINO. Charles to Arthur C Belt & l"nncU
A Joces tenanU in common KO Uamp $2
&1 500 It I-I.MIRI'"CUT. ""mlinand et ui
Katharena to Madeleua Zalich S10 Ump K.S0
COX 4". t 1 33
8q 331 It 4 Wk K Petirorth Add'n MIDDAUOH
It SHANNON' Ine to Eltubrth Rjan Holme.
!0 corenanu ttamn 50 eta
(N of Shenpml. W of 5th U nwl
sl fX it : Uz t EIlton Tenace-MAGRnnER,
Wm Pitui Sh F to ittrj II Tactirt '.
atamxi 50 ct
(Rrtntvood id li l"h & 3th st ne) 31
So. (It IU IK 4. 1I3-S1IERIDA.V. Hmrj C et
in ElUabcUi T to Jewle I Mohlrr :0 tr
IFla an bet N cap fc In t n) S
Sq 1054 IU 1G to lTO-VICKERV. Win I et ui
Mflli. O to Ella V Kenned lo tr (6.009 aump
(HH Jb t t eel 11
Sq 397 It 136 WARREN. J no I. rt nx Annie K
to Walter E na.ler CO tnut CJ50 atamp Jl .50
(Otl. pi bet Ca X U area nw) 4
MTIITAHTS TO DRIVE
WAR AUTOS IN FRANCE
Berlin, Feb. 28, (by wireless).
Two vbattalloas of KBttlUk
ajffracettra kair been laadeat
at Havre.- to relieve . from rfatr
the men oir eperatlac British
military aatomohllra, aecordlai:
te Berlla aewapaara.
DAILY SHORT STORY.
IN THE TRENCHES.
Iljr DOnOTIlY ni.ACKMOIlK.
'"The cnomy is In your trrnchos njrain.
Si." cried Teddy Herbert to his pister,
who had not yet come down to break
fast. "Dar, dear'" lie heard her exclaim,
and then he heard hurried footsteps and
haw Maitie run down ntairg. pick up a
com that was lying on a chair in the
hall, and lam the front door after her.
"Mat's tomf hustler when she wants
to.' he remarked to hih mother, who sat
behind the coffee pot at the table.
"Indeed (be is, and 1 feel sorry she has
thi trouble to contend with Just now
when she was showing such enthusiasm
oil so nr.ictical a fillhiert." slirhed Mrs.
I -ijv .-i l.e rhr.. time. ..ViioVon.'"
' r".u.i- .,-r.fnnt ti-nM.. ii nn. m.i
I carefully In each of the trenches wa-s
scattered everywhere, and dismay was
written all over the girl's face when she
turned to come into the house.
"It's a shame!" she, said, as she took
i her place at the table, breathing hard.
, but looking as fresh as r rose after her
' lowed directions so carefully. What shall
I do. mother?"
"Shoot tho chickens," suusested Teddy.
"This isn't the war. Teddy." his sister
said, siuclchlngly. "These are sweet pea
"Hut if it wasn't for the war, my
dears." sighed Mr. Herbert again, "we
would not feci the necessity for having
these trenches so carefully planned. 1
believe Mnttle can make a success of her
flowers If "
"If I can Rather up my nerves and
ro next door to Interview the neighbors
about their chickens," Mattie said ."I
could do It this minute, I believe."
Mrs. Herbert rai.ed a protesting; hnd.
"No. dear, not In this frame of mind.
You might say something not neigh
borly." Mattie bit a large) piece of toast off the
slico she had taken and chewed It vehe
mently as if to express her sentiments.
"It's the only tlm 1 can go when I'm
in this frame of mind when I've Just re
turned from looking at that wasted time
and energy, and money out there! It's
tho third tlmo those chickens have come
over here and scratched up my trenches,
and it Is absolutely necessary that I
leave them open for a few days to warm
up before I plant the seeds. Now what
am I to do?"
"I pass." said Teddy, getting tip from
the tnbie. "It's not my funeral. Mat. So
long1" And with that he was gone.
Teddy was not old enough to let the
family worries lie on his shoulders.
Mattie and her mother were finishing
breakfast In silence when they heard the
knocker on the front door. "I'll go."
said Mattie, as her mother started to
"I I'm George Davis next door, you
know. I Just saw you chasing my
chickens out of your garden. I "
"Come in. please," said Mattie, opening
wide the door to the young man who
wn.s introducing himself,
"You see, I've come to stay with my
brother next door for a while since my
Arm saw (It to cut down expenses by
letting me out of a Job and well, to tell
the truth. I thought my brother didn't
know how to get the most out of his
chickens and I've taken them In hand for
a few days. He's never home and my sis
ter Is busy wlthie baby so my chickens
have been In your trenches owing to my
folly. I apologize and will see that It
docs not happen again."
"Oh. don't worry!" Mattie hastened
to say. "Of course. I well, I have
worked so hard with that fertilirer this
spring, hoping to realize something
from my sweet peas, and It has been
rather disconcerting "
"Disconcerting!" Interrupted Davis,
"That Is polite. If I'd been In your
place I think I would have blessed
the whole houseful of neighbors. Did
your' he laughed.
Mattie Joined him. "Perhaps you
would call it blessing. I hadn't
thought of it In that light. But now
you won't worry, will you? I'll get
out this morning and try to plant the
seeds, and then "
Then If my chickens dig them up
I needn't show my faco again In this
Mattie nodded, laughing. "That's It."
With a few more words of apology
George Davis left and Mattie Herbert
knew that she liked him and was glad
that he was to be a neighbor.
That morning when she was busy
out of doors trying to repair vine dam
age done to her trenches, George Davis
looked over the hedge which separated
the gardens. "It Is I who should be
doing that." he ventured.
"You may help." Mattie said." quickly.
The i young man Joined her with alac
rity. He had expected ,her to say. "Oh.
no. I wouldn't hear of such a thing."
which would have been the conventional
A few hoars' work with her assurred
hfcim that MitUe Herbert was aot con-.
ventional. that she was the most origi
nal and charming girl ho had met.
She tol.I him of her plan to raise
splendid, large sweet peas, prolong their
Eea.-on as far as possible and get a con
tract from u fashionable hotel In town
to supply Its afternoon tea tables with
oiossoms in separate colors. She was
so confident of success that George
Davis could not help seeing her proposi
tion in her own wav.
Spring came and went, and June
brought the looked-for blossoms in the
Herbert's garden. The four sixty-foot
trenches were a riot of bloom, and some
stems held four blossoms of gigantic
Mattie and her mother and even Teddy
picked sweet peas night and morning,
and Mattlo herself attended to tho ship
ping. IJut a hot spell came upon them
when the sweet peas. If they were to
last during their allotted season, needed
much water and more attention than tho
small family could give them. It waB
then that Mattie called upon her neigh
bor for help.
"I can't offer you much in return for
your help, which I need badly." the girl
ham. lrankiy, nut I think If you are
still out of a position you and I could
do a small business together with your
crucKcns ana our ground.
"I don't need any pay for helping you."
Davis said earnestly. "I should love
to do It."
"Well, do it. for the tune being, and
we'll talk of my plans later." Mattie told
And later they worked out a scheme
of successive raising of table commo-
dities for which they knew of ready and
accessible markets. And while they work
ed on this scheme and carried it out.
season by season, they fell In love with
One day he told her of his lovo and
of what he had hoped her answer might
"My answer is yes, of course." Mattie
said. "I5ut we must continue to be part
ners in business as well as In our home.
I well, I'm glad the war brought to you
and to me the necessity for earning our
living together. For It was the exigen
cies of the war situation that brought us
together, wasn't It" she said.
"Yes, it was the enemy in your
trenches, dear," he said, laughing.
LOST-FKB. 2S. WATCH. CHAIX AND
ring. House wing. Capitol, name J. A.
Thomason on dial: $10 reward. Return to
LOST GOLD MESH BAO. INITIALS
"E. P. C." engraved, containing purse,
about J1S. Liberal reward. Room 512.
House Offlce. Illdg.
LOST-IN LEADER THEATER. A
gray wolf collar. Reward, E5 A st.
ne. Phone IJncoln SS.
HELP WANTED MALE.
WAITER-WHITE. AMERICAN, WITH
exiierience; none others need apply. 1MB
N. Y. avc.
WANTED FIRST-CLASS HEIJ' ON
skirts and Jackets. WILPAN & BEIt
NARD CO.. 9;o 17th st nw.
MR. AND MRS. HARTLEY,
18 Maaa. Ave. N. W. Phono M. 183C
PIANO TUNING. I1.1.8; WORK GUAR.
an teed: 30 years' experience in repair
work. T. HOL.VERSON. 12;; North Car
olina ave. ne. Lin. 3SfS.
AMERICAN. ENGLISH. FRENCH. SW13I
watch and dork rrpauins. M. SCHUMACHER.
MOt Uth at. nw. Phone X. Tin. All work guaranteed.
LAWNS AND GARDENS.
HAVE TOUR UWN8 DKESSEIJ ANU
cared for In every manner at reason
able cost by the SOUTHERN LAWN
PRESSSRg. 1217 U at. nw.
bBALk.II ritOPll.SAI.S IN IH'PIJIJATB Hill
furnWUnj ttatinnerj and micllar.eii mppllen
for the L'nitM Stale, courts and Judicial ofnem.
and for cleaning- and relarinf nrvrta. rrmorlnz
ashn. rubbiiii. ett. ahnoinc of hnr en. of
kom and rrtiirle. bunderinc towels, arvl rleanics
of windowa lor the Drpuunint at Wulilnctou, dur
lni the naral jear eodlns June 30. m. will l
rcoeiTed until 2 o'clock p. m.. THURSDAY. APRIL
IS, 15. and then opened in the Ruifilj Dili-inn,
irpmiunrni or JuKlce. IU6 K atrert n.Tthwe-t.
man rorma or rropnwb with inatructloni, to
Mrtden will be fumavvd upon application tn th.
Chief Clerk. The right la rraamd to accept or
,r"-- " "r nr pan ot a ina. 1. . tiKNlORY,
Attomer OeniTal. marl.I3.ancl.S
Instruct Your Grocer
MILLER S to nd U-ER-S 8.1f rahin.
C If D nc ana jouh ret the
aXR-IUUSUIg EE8T on the market. Made of
Raaolnarkaiat ""f1 "mountain grown craln-
awvaaa.. auicur pure.
E7At your (rocer's. No Ooooimen aurplied.
B. B. EARNSHAW O BRO.
Whaleaalcra, 11th aad M Sts. S. E.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OITEN THAT TBS AN-
anal mottinc of lb. atockboldera of th. National
Life Isanrance Companr ef the United State ef
America will be held at th. offlce at th. companr.
Room 21. at 10 F nrret northwej. la lbs Cltr
of Waahlnttcn, D. C. na TUESDAY, MARCH .
ltli. at It o'clock in. th fenaooa of said dar.
Waatiaftaa. FrhnuUT 3. BW. BOBEBT P. Ia4X,
office; 'F TUB COMMISSIONER: f tub
DMnct of Columbia. WajXimjton. 1. li. Jiarcn i
mil v t j k..a.lw . ,, In fimmlli. '
i iVia .lWilT1 sj ipari'j aiu mmt. a.. s--"..-
tioiMT of the XWnct of Columbia intWKl to make
the fnllowtnnami imprwwncTits which re. in
thflr jtHJcmcot. ntcti try IW th riWle hltn,
afety Dd CMoTurt. AMeneritP ror no-nii oi
tii ot U tho wtnw will te rani iruiMcd in
IMblv Act No. I7J. ipprwed Auut 7. WH. I.rtl
nhn or intrwtiii in flit riroroi work, are noil
h4M tlut the r-nrami-fciuocra wilt gttr a t-ihtic
hejrfnc at the Irtrtnct XlmMInc on KDMvlA.
M AllCH 17, 15. at 1 oVtock . m. in Ii bm
ro.UK of the mkI CnLk3sUnrr u aar ami all per
Mn who may df.! to object thtTcto, MlItTHVhY
h"1.0. ?et new granite- cuib. Un buth sidrs of
Fairmont street northweat fnn iuth strwt to
Croiru. time, at an rtiniatnf ant of Si0, to
rt awf .ijaimst ail lot tn "jjnarr ju ana
i0 abumns the uld work. On buUi Ndtk ot
Krtirtcroth -tnvt northwcat fnm Terry .Jaw to
I'iiDz road, and oil the r "id vt Fourteenth
street northwet for auroxlmately IJZ (tit ritli of
the uth hmlrffrs Iim of I'errv jilare, at an eti
rcated tt itf liD, to ! avevil against all ka tn
Mjuar. JfcS. ." and 2C7 abtittinr the kiM nor it.
Ijiy nincnt dewalX; On the north mde of L'ihur
nireet njrthit fnra Itora Crrrk Church nad
w'e-tnar'l m fnnt ot parrel 1IM at an estimated
tt of JJ1?. to te aartxl aKamn tuvl larcel 1U-1
aUittmc the ald wit a On tlm H-uth u!e of
iranl ;nit nortftwest frooi Mirnuan atrnue to
Klerenth Ktrret. at an ntima(ed a-st ef $U. to be
AaMiwtfd araint all lot in jwriare UJS a but tin? tri
aaid work, (la lJc eal wd- of SUtntli rfUTrt
n'TtJiwe fmni Kennedr rtreet mutli to the "Mith
Une of lot 416. juare 2T15. at an tiniated ct of
Jf3. to te ivarrd anaint all loU in uarv
JTli abutting the Mid work, tin lth .Ie of
Adam .Mill ma north we. from Howard htreet to
Zoo! tint I Tark entrance at an eatimatr-1 awK of
V5i. to U- ira..il ajpinAt all lot.4 in Minar
iWt aUittirc he raid work On the east hide of
Wi-ouam arvnue north ft. from Newark atrrrt to
lilahas jutiiic and on It la ho aremie frtm Wboonmn
atrnue M Ordway strrrt. at an rMimate'l a ct
JTJj, to br aened afiinet all lota in ajuarr 19!
and 1914 ahutiin; tlie eaid work. On tt north
of Kaloratiu road north wrM from Ontario nmd
to Clumi'Um ftre-t, at an retinia'l rw rf dl.
to t? awvd aainaL Jl -A in ,uar Z& abut
tine Die -aid work On the north bide of Kal
rania road north weet fiom Ontario nl to :-eftn
teeidh Mrret at an eMiimatwl rout of VXM. to IX
a.vvArl jrairtt all Iota in muaiv ZGtS aUittina the
aift work. On tha iMith aide of lahfurnia nn-t
lorthwcwt rneu Twenty thinl atriet t to lot 47
miare il"- at an fIimatnl mrt of SIT'J to la
fll aaiast all lota in juare 251 abutting tho
aaid wo-k. u the iwth and nth udw isf Ma
cuib atrret northweat from Thirty fiairth atrert to
in.rt) itnu nrrct. wire no Aidfwa.k exist, at an
eotlmatnl cvt of Ifto to l awMed against all
Vti in iuarf 3JT8 atMl 39 abutticx the aaid wok.
On hirth nd-- of Newton nlai-o northwrat flTQi
(Jenrina aven'jo went to cement iidewalk. at an
fwtiicateU ct of R1S, to In aj-nrwd against all
kUi in nuare Z-&t abuttina- th mid work. On
both wle of Mita street northwr. frrro Aaprn
atreet to Butternut rret, at sn estimated nt of
$7 IS. to bn "t.-l affalnt all lotA in -tiuare ZVfZ
ana j.ta atxitiinc tre i work m frta.t or oils-
inal lot ), anuare VS. and In front of onjnnal lot
31. -ouara CJOn, at an ert4ma(l eut of $l'i. to l
awjd ajaiiut a)! protty abutting the paid work.
i(et run anl lay o-mrut mdewalk: On the north
aide of II atrret northwest from North Catitol
street to Kim utreet, at an ettmatM ert of $13Bb.
ti be aieitvd against all 1'a in ti'iare 3 abutting
tb said work. On the north side of lYtms Irani
artnue northwtt from Setrntnth strert to Xdffht
eenth atrret. at an estimated cone of $hl. to b
sinewed aeain.) all lob in square If abuttinr Uie
id work. On the south aide of U atnet nurthwen
from FKirtorath street to hVteenth street, at an
timated covt of . to 1-e aptd arainst all
om in vjium JO abutting th Mid work On the
north Jde of 1 atrret northwrt from Twenty-ftrrt.
strort to Twenty aecmi 1 txrt. at an cKlmated cost
of JC7. to bo afftfMCd aTaintt aJI lota In iuart
75 abuttiB? the Jid wtvk. On the east side of
Klftpenth street nrrthwtK fmm T street to lr
treet. at an tsumaUd 04. ft $341. to be aewd
arain9t all lor tn -rtcare an al-ittlnf Uie said
work. On the eat ride of ,burtrrBth utreet north
w from Btlinont stn-et to Chfton street, awl on
tho south side of Clifton Ftreet fmm Thirteenth
rreet to rbureenth atn-et. at an estimated cent of
$1684, to he. aaewwai aalnt all lob in aiuare 27
a buttles the aid work On th east side of Wi
vnun avenue nortiip p from Otivrratory lane
uth to cement ndenplk, at an eMimated coat of
59. to be aMmd ajniin.it all lot in iuare 2M
a but tire the aaid won. On the .-u tide oi Wi
ronain arenue northwctt from II ctnvt to north
line of lot 252, Kinarp 1Z?3. and on the weit side of
MiacuuNii airuiio 1101a i. iirei u ininy-nnn fireet.
it an estimated ent of 38J6 to b aAeaawd actlnat
all lob In -iuan USO. L-1300. 137 aDd E2W abuttinc
the said tk. bet new curb and lay cvment sid
valk. tm wen side of Ontario road northwest
from Enclid .tn-et to Kalorama na.l. at an d
mated i-et of 51713. V iwwti again all Iota tn
4iiur 23 abutting the Mid work. On tl-e muth
wd" of Kalorama road northwrn from Kixteenth
trect to bermtenth street, at an miniated t of
$1X7, to 1? awraed aaainat all lou In square. 3TI
abutting the said work l"ate alley with cement:
Two and one half fot alley in muare 5C, at an
estimated oat of $56. Par allej with rlin-
neu or ai-f.ail Mora: ortn and south alley In
rsiuau jaw, mi an e-iimaieu ot or wm.
In aiuan SO. at an ?tunatl co-t of iotf.
Twrtre-fimt allj in iuan 1314. lfadliic fmm 1'
rwt nfirthwf-iC at an ntlmared coit of lT. Al-
Icja in xiuarr SOI at an rfttlmatfd co of J16B0.
All alln in ffinan IK. iret of tila rut lin. of
"j'lSJ" a"y ,n "" "nnanr. at an ntlmatrd oo
of 130S5. Fifrn foot allfy and eaat and wtt 31-fnot
aljr In miure 2C. t an .timatl nt of $3361
7n fo.t allnr and the intrwtlon of 10 and lS-foot
allfja In narf XXK, at an 9tlmatnt not of $KT.
Alley' ill snuari. SQ2. Mwwn ADiMin and Uncianan
tltj. at an ftimtl o.t of SIM. AIla ininara
mat an rMimatl cjit of $3ij4. XonTlIliv-r
SKPTJOX: Srt i.nt tnro: On the wm. side U
Sfonrd strrrt north'aAt from TcId plaoo to V
'Xreft. at an .-lmt-d (Tfct rt J11C0. to rb unnl
aitainrt n Ion In iiiar 333 and BJS. On
brUi il of V rtrrrt northean from Unrttn road
lo IUunIo IrtUnd aiu. at an nrtlmatM .t of
51197. to be vd anirlft all Intj In nuarr.
SSB, sas ind k ahiittire thr mid work On
th. ra.t atl? U tx-ni atrvt nonhntt from V
Mrrt to V "3M. at an tvtimatrd ccw rt $HG0. to
1 aasA-l affainn a.il lou In iiiarr 3fifi4 abutting
th aaid worfe. fjir frtnent aidevalk: On both
idM of Kraiulin str-t northaat from Twmtr
fi'irth lr lo lVTOtjTth tki. at an raUmaUd
nit of U. lo 1 awrwl atalnrt all lots in
Kinam Ufi and 4", abuttioz th mvi work On
the wen jade of Thiilf-cnth atreet nrhajt from
ewtmi Mrret u Ota vtm-t. at an ttetimatrd ccxK
of $X4 tn be a.'eAd acaint all lot in mar.
XS abuttlM fie id work. On the nt w!r of
tourth atre-et northi'at fnn V etreet anuth to
cement Ndewilk recrntlr laid. a, an ertunatnt
nut of Ha. to ! r.l acainit all lota in
inare .Vrt abjittine :be uM wort. On the ant
rtde of Thinl 3n-et northmst fnrni V trret to
itunas hum aiemie. at an rvimatnl met of $T3,
io iw a-ivwl aeatn. all lou In juiuar. i
tir the iud wort. On the ea aide of
lounn aireex r.ortnea Irrnn Kraft atrert to Frank
lin "tivet. at an eotlmabd cwt t SKC. to be
aew) xainrt all lot in arirore 4JC5 al'ittuw the
"l ork I'are allej with ?itrifled or aerhalt
block: All -die--, tn iiun 101T, at an esti-natrd
wn of rI. Aller in .rath half of nqnare 1IU, at
an eatinutnl it of S13C. All-r In xjnare f2. be
tween E Leiuictm Mith anil "-etrnih itreela, at an
ettunate.1 co of JJ12). W)I"TIIHT SECTION":
La cement ndewalk: On the west aide of Twrntr-
thlrd Mrtvt SODtliea from Minneif. .YntiM tn it
street, at in intimated rrrt of t. to be laawd
acaint all lot In wiiiare "278 alaittln th. aaid
nrK On the wet irte of IVirlerrtli rreet araitli-ia-
fnm South Carolina auntie ti. the cem.'nt rfde
alk. at an evmialtd rrt of 3I. to h aanwed
acaimt all Iot in rnun- H3 abnttlne ,lha aaid
Work. On Irtttl vxte ni IfiLw.l, ..t.iw &-.k..
... vi.t..t. ... .. :. . . .niwiw
1"" .."iiu. airaue to erenin street, at an esti
mated nt of V3i. tr. Iv l-e-e.y asainvt all lot.
iu ajuiira oini ana m anniiini; ine kI work. On
the wc.t le of Suteenth !tr-t soathra.it from
1",C I""Ie to K street, at an eitimated coK
' 3I. to te imwI aralnn all lots in nuare
..- """ the said w.Tk On Uie north ald
'.; Vlor roarl srmtheatt from Twentr-thlnl Oreet to
It atreet. at an eKlmatcd COM of fll7, th be iwwl
Wlnat ill lot. in urea"- SS7 ahnttlne the raid
work. On the north ride of I" htrwt -withea.t
frorajvNic'ioI a,enne to Railroad aienne. at an
etimicd nw of V-Z. to be as"! ;int all l
in mitare STO innttlns the MM work On the
with Mde of 1:011 Hope read tnnthrut from Ken
dall atenne t- Nineteenth jJaee. at an eimatnl
orej of VV3. to be anenrd ariinat all lota In lnare
7M abiittirc the aaid wrk. On the eat tide of
l.rtri etrert aoitheat frrm Pararnah etreet anoth
3M feet, at an estimated crxt of $3. to he as-nwed
ajainat all lot m Kioare S9TI ahnttinj the aid
wi-tk. On both aide of O atreet aithea from
Tlilrd itreet to roarth street, at an etlmate.i cort
of Jirii. to be aaKFd arainat all lorn in iriiiare.
S ind ?P tnltiI": the aaid work. On the onth
Me of w irrret aonthea.c from Cheter atrert to
Fbtirteenth -rert at an ratimated ctwt of rso
to be v-erl aiainst all Iota la aqruue 5TM abut
tlne the raid work. On the aonth aide of I.
atreet Kxitheut Imn Tenth tret to Elrrenth
treet.. at an estimated not of o. to be a-&-rwd
aninn all lots in annan- set; abnttlnc th. jld
k. On the math d of rotomac aimne south
taet from Ninth rtrret to Tenth atreet. at an enti
mated cort it JW. to he amewcd acainat all lota
In Njuarr S62 abiulng th. aaid work. On the aooth
nde of rotomac aTemiA aouthrart from Eleventh
Jtren tn Twelfth atirrt. and on Eletenth etreet
IlTatTI lTTtnmj tsaaniiaa tk f. arttaaui r a ultn.lo
"t of JCK5. tn to a.wl ajairmt atl lots In )iiin"
r. iwnuci oe saw wont. in tnr -ith -M- of
Ititomac ftirmit cuth fnm rewTtatlon S3 to
TTiirtrrnth t4rfrt, at an etjnutnj cot cf $17. tr
he lmI ifain- all lou In -nuarr- ItC! a Wit tin
the mid wtirk. Ktt enrh an4 lay cement aldrwtlr
On tbe north Ale nC Pbtmnac armu aouthrai-t
from eiclith -xtix-t tn N'lnth ntn4 .nrl n that
we-t i'i-e nf Ninth street from Prit-nnac immi to
u Him, ai an moiifu cri oi &ll. to D9 asrw-w-i
trin all lot in iuan 030 &bnttin the Mid work.
Oo the east riV of dntnth itmt p-nnthraat frwa
11 wt to C atr-rt. at an tlTnat-d t of 80 to
m htarm-d i4cain. ail lota in aquar 9W abtmlca
th feald wnra. On th north i4(lf of B (ttrert
mithrmjt IrrrDi tCfxhlh itrrrt to Ninth atrert. at an
imatcvl cp of $M3 to tv aJtvwe-J acairat all
loti In aqoart 9 abattlnff the- nld wnr. On the
north aid- r S usrn Poathrwt fmrn ThlrtM-Qth
tTrrt to Foartemth tfreet. at an ftimatiJ enpt nt
J.1J0. to b- aYvunl asiint all lota tn jiiitare SY1
abuttinc the aaid wra-k. On the -outh Hde of
treet aoutheast from FVrartrrnth strert to FIT
tceuth Kreet. a,t an ustircitrd mt of tBX. to tn
t-w'mM acaln-t all lfrta In aonar 10SI arattUne the
aaid work. On the a-mth 'aide of A atreet soatli
mxt from Serenth rcet to Eighth atrert. at an
MUmatM ro. ot SSU to he i ill agaloat all
lota In aiuare 899 alaittina: the aaid work. Set new
curb and lar cement aidewaDr? On the west aide
of Berantrrath street lootheaat from T atraet to
(iood Hope road, at an eatlmated coat of S19. to
ho aiatw.d .oaainat all lota tn .ure HU abuttinf
the aatd work. On the north tfoa of O afreet
octheaat from l"XTrnth treat to blxlaemla
at an Mthnald cost of OS to be atatawnad
all lot In .Tinaiw HEX abntlinr the .taial wiafk.
Par altera with vitrined or arbalt Moek: Alltr la
wrnart TOO. at an eatlmated cost ct .BBS. Alley in
artnin WW. at an esttmaUd mat of VT. AlWr ha
qnare tKI. at an -sstlauted eoat r PC ABey
In annan lffi). nnmhis firm Kemtnckr aitnaa as
an aatimatcd poet of ftSO. O. P. HWmLAM.
LOC1S RaOWMLOW. C W. KOTZ.
n. D. a.
CLASSIFIEI Al MTES
Lost and Found
On orders for seven times or mora.
Minimum paca. 1J word.
(AH classified adTartlslna; not list
d under Class A or otbsr classlflca
tlons): Per Una An
2 times within a wsek..... Jl
S tlmM within a wsslc.
7 times consecutively .
IS times consecutively
10 times cntjecutlvelr .
80 times consecutively .
0 times consecutively .
1.000 lines In one year....
WORKINOIIEX THE SIAN THAT
hustles three square meals a day for a
family, knows what good cash In hand
represents, so it's to us you should come
and sec business boom. Slightly used
suits $3 up. and they are going some: one
price. Jl'STH'S OLD STAND. 619 D.
Have you any objectionable feature on
your face? Is your nose misshapen In
any way? Do your cheeks tag? Have
you bagginess over or under your eyes?
Aro your cheeks hollow? Have von
freckles or moles or other discoloration
of the skin? Any or all of these defects.
Which are so annoying, can he remedied
promptly by our painless method without
Inconvenience or loss of time. Call and
Investigate for oursIf. OOce. 1612 II St.
nw. Phone M. 33-
MICC TAIN Manicuring- and Scalp
OUOO VAin Treatment. 711 7th at. nw.
Apt. 1. Hve. by appointment. Phone M. "42S
miss wells irlssS l?2 Srs
at. bw. Apajtmeat Z. thin! floor.
JVOTIC'Ki ArllBctal teeth and second.
hand Diamonds and Jewelry Sought
Lonla Abrakaata, SIB C. Ob. Pat. one.
804 SEVENTEENTH STREET
tVUVO qft VTIHQ' Succcaafal rnctlo loth.
" " ai'nuu cnr. or CnronU. Hi
and 8iclal Dianas of H and Wi
Means Health to Ton If You Suffer
Prom Catarrh. Obraitj, nhwmatlam, Oomtlpatlon.
iiJr Tnxoai. ucsia. urain. urtn. auooa ana saio
Dlwatt. Nnrtsia lpbilltT Kldnn nimnaaa BlaA
dr Trouble. Mpai&c Blood Potaonlas. EropUoaML
rirna. and All Print. Ulsnara CanrTfo Ufa b
Charges Low. Medicine Furnished.
Private Waiting Room for Ladies.
OTIra Horn 10 to I. J to i. Soadw. W to li
wrltlntr and notary work at "THE
WORK SHOP." Sterllnr HotcL Main
E237. Stenographers furnfshed.
POSITION AS D. E. BOOKKEEPER
and cashier with well-established firm:
ten years" experience; energetic and
of references. BOX 10,
A PROMINENT VIOLIJT SCHOOL
la Scholarship CoateaC
Offrra s eooplet. Una of kaaon. wita ffe.
tiollss for bom. naa, Ooona. s or osa
paid Me par liaacn, Pbon. thai MM.
V10U.S SCH0OU IB Mtt aL rw.
Moving, Packing and Storing.
Fre Bvtac far ator
a(e. X. 4313 or .V. 1840.
SMITH'S TRANSFER A
STORAGE CO., L3 S.
tat Pa. N. X
MONEY WASTED AND TO LOAN.
MONEY! MONEY! MONEY
AtlVANCEO ON 'TOKA'JE IF WANTED.
UNITED TKANBrXR ASH BTORAUK CO..
OKFICE V ST. N. W.
l'HONC f. C3D.
ESTIMATES ON PACKING AND BHlPnNO.
MONET TO LOAN ON REAL E8TATB
tn small and larre sums All tranaaa
tlons conducted with economical consid
eration for borrowers. WM. H. SAUN
DERS A CO.. Southern Bids.. 807 UU at.
MONEY TO LOAN on approved cltr raal
aatate at lowest current rates; spatial
privileges with respect to prior payments.
Tylsr A Rutherford. Inc.. 739 ISth tt.
Al'TO HIRE COMPANY FIVE AND
seven passenger autos, $2 and tS an
hour: cars heated: four passencer car
Jl.W per hour. L. 2GC3.
RE--paariunr. ftSO; T
rwhafan Rotrt. lJth a
IF ITS HIRING
Use onr Fore-door Oldamoblle and otbat
cood makes: S and 7 paMnsar cars;
Fbobw Hart Sim.
PAINTING AND PAPEKHANGIHQ.
PArEHIIANIllNG, PLA8TERINO. PAINTISO
and decoratinx. tUoma parercd. H.W on.
Neat work br reel experts.
Drop a card: will emu.
jester & co.. rrnn.
WALL. PAPER. IOC. ISC, SIC AND ItC
paper, 6c and 10s per piece; rooms a.
pered n up Plastertna- and palatlna; at
all kinds. LE 1'REUX. aW P st n
Phone Nj Sl.
MATTRESS ADD BOX SPRINGS.
MATTRESSES AND BOX PaUlfCB.
$ 1 .00 and
Cap. Heddlnr Co 1S41 Tth St. North
Hardnlns of th. Artrnw. locomotor Atari. Asth
ma. 11 earl Inaraer, Bright' biaeaa. I'aralraaf, Oi
ea ef lb. iprine. Htomach. ate. ennat wltsont
medicine Kirsical rroeedur. BenUrt and Otfistu
tation FBEB. Ma BIO AD her. Set VTeelaaaU.
PPOiT. H. X. D.
SUITE. J1J-T1J BO.Vf) BUIIJJlPiO.
WAHH1NUTOW. P C-
CAIN-On Sunday, February 2. 1J15. at
6:M o'clock p. m.. at his residence.
1121 Thirteenth street northwest. CAL
VIN, beloved husband of Ann Elisa
beth Cain, in the seventy-fourth year
of his age.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
FORD On Sunday. February t. 113, at
4:30 a. m.. at his residence. 1S01 Bucha
nan street nonnwen, aibiun k.. i
beloved husband of Katheyn T. Ford I
irxrm Robertson), and son of J. M- and I
Mary V.Ford. .. I
Funeral March 3. at iix p. ra.. from,
his late residence, interment Ulen-1
APARTMENTS FOR RENT.
Alonzo 0. Bliss Properties
35 B Street N. W.
Phone Line. 1860.
FALKSTONE COURTS. 14th ii
Fairmont Sts. N. W.
3. . rotKM and Uth. J3T.50. J60, r.
BLENHEIM COURT. 1840-1842
California St. N. W.
S. I. roomn tad tath. J30.. CT.. JS0.
VICTORIA. 14th & Clifton Sts.
4. 5, inu and baio, SSJS. M0. WS.
1332. 1334. 1336 HARVARD ST.
rooms and tth C&Cf
DUNSMERE. 2523 14th St. N. W.
I. J, S -Jni and bath, 115. EtSO. JT3t
VENTOSA. 1st & B Sts. N. W.
1 nn.. bata and kltcbrnette. SSJO-SSial.
ASTORIA. 3rd & G Sts. N. W.
1 toon, lit) lo Jll. and (m taa,
2 room.. H6 u Ct. and five aia.
DORCHESTER. 12th & Maryland
Ave. S. W.
1916 SIXTEENTH ST. N. W.
II room. 2 bciba .....K09
FOR RENT APARTMENT; 3
rooms and bath: rear norchesr i8jo
and 1842 7th St. N. ; whites onh-.
For inspection call at CRISWELLS
DRUG STORE, or phone owner.
FOR SENT HOUSES
FOR BEST OF COLORED
Near ISth and T ata. N. W.: Hrtarr Cmnm T.-k-
eoncrete erllar; larre front and rearjards: excel
lent condition; modem- onlx 53.30. Examine.
CAYW00D & GARRETT,
1231 N. Y. Ave.
REFINED CENTRAL LOCATION
11 rooma and lath, har iniiia raHr'
heat; eicelent oundltwa; just paprml and ia-teil
UiroiJti3ut: tn dmand tot boardrn and roomaa:
naa lltk aivwt V m
CAYW00D Jb GARRETT,
1231 N. Y. Atc
To Desirable Colored Teiuts.
I H st. nw., te. and b.. heated IB 00
X! Or. Mr, b HOOD-CS 3th, Cr
UeT Oorc'n. llr. b X ODi XT Ith n.
,w u . - . A.I -
jv o ,r. u......
te fterxh. r b.. r.s sa r. r lO.si
Elm. . b 3.S0i : Cot row." to'..'".'. IJt
F. H. SMITH CO,
1408 N. Y. Atc N. W.
F9R COLORED TEXAXTS; AD
jacent to Union Station; two-story
bricks; good condition; only $12.50.
CAYWCDOD & GARRETT. n3i N.
FOR COLORED TENANTS; CENTRAL
downtown; 10th St. N. W.. near N. Y.
ave.; S rooms: excellent condition;
CAYW00D k GARRETT,
123t N". Y. Ate.
FOE BENT STORES.
1842 7TH ST. NW.. LARGE,
bright store with basement and
back yard. For possession April 1.
Phone OWNER. Col. 90.
FOB SALE 0B BENT.
srr oca aALEs and best
JOSK t. DONOHUat SONS,
S fa. . m.
L. A. CALLAN,
IKSTRCCTIOS. BANJO. JIANDOLI.V CCITAB.
TH ST. tClL PHONE L1NCN. UES.
PBOF. D. B. BBUCE,
THE ORXAT AUSTRALIAN
ralmist sad Clatrrojant, ,
Be Is stBowllard br the Borapean sod Asurksa.
prase to b the uailaat wonder of the Scaanea mt
Mrswrles. He U InfslliW. tn his Hae ef eatoeas,
The world ha nner eaca Us nul- Can be osa
ewlte on all affair. 1JA Waltac plaoa S. IV
Boon: t a. a it p. a.: Bcadar from IUT
p. ra. Pbon Une. 10K-W. N. &-No lattara will
eanrlr. anr attentlom. Ort this adt. oat; is will
aot tppaar dailr. Tk. Lincoln Park ear and t
off st Tklreassta S. . Offka hetawaa B aasl
KNOW YOUR FATE.
PalmHtrr and br cards. 1CME. TBXO
DORA, lit ttn St. BW.
uiwiww Mnirenf Orotr
HinitflBUi SAAniiTiZ ,-i raadlas at
aaa. atkataetsan raaractwd. Otra as a a
Uth aat H at. n. Uonrs. J to a, av
MIOMB at. rue TO HAVE TOCB WINSOfri
chaind. Acne Window Claaabur Co. SB O sac
FOB SALE MISCELLANEOUS
orlck. joists, sheathlnir. flooring:, frames,
sash. pipe, mantels. Tearlnir down ten
buildlncs. SIDNEY HECHINGER. Ex.
pert wrecker. 18th & F Sts. N. W.
CONTKKT IOCB rL'BNITCRB AMD rCATHS
bed arte. aaa. WJL'ABB DEAL rCBNlTOil
CO. BK Ki et. m U. Ms,
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS AND AUDI
tors: business arstematlzlnar a sDaclaltr.
THE HACHEN AUDITING CO.. 4M-43S
southern Bid;.. Phona M. 152.
OOOD OPENING FOR YOUNG MAN
with 1300 takirur clace of retired Part
ner in well-known Uht mall-order tnanu-
facturina- establishment. Address BOA
17, Herald offlce. 1
I KADB ttW.aOO IN FIVE TEARS WITH
a anau mail order business; mu
with It Sand for fre booklet. Tel
w. HKACOCK. 7 Lockport. N. T.
1W BUT" AClLErt. S UO.VrO; PSKBAPtt
all: sswaU wanted. BOX lil. Vlnlta. oua.
FOB SALE FUBNTTUBE.
JT)R aALs"URrrTCRE. ' NEW AXD i
aliffhtlr naed: easy tsrroa. -Sara moawr. v,
Bur at HOPWOOD. Ith and K.
Buy at HOP WOOD. Sth and K.
FOR SALE FURNITURE ,
new and slightly used; ary
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