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Raising the F
The Married Life of
iY XaMA sL HEERT URINER. Origi
of The Journal ef a Negleeted
Hils Figd that Warn.'. Ameia.
Thin aeries in a sentimentlsm et
"Wheir Married Lif." predssd by
Mabel Rerbert Urner foe four years.
s'be Married Life of Helen and War
sen." appearing exclusively In this pa
p3r, in the only series new being writ
inn by Mabel Herbert timer.
An auctioneer's flag and a glaring white
sign desecrated the front of the Trailor
residence. The stately old house seemed
to shrink from this flagrant indignity.
Before Helen could ring. the door was
opened by a watchful attendant.
t "They're selling upstairs now," he said,
as he handed her a catalogue.
"Thank you, but I'll look at the china
and glass first."
Passing on she found the dining-room
crowded with prospective purchasers, ex
amining the articles in this last me
ment before their sale.
Everything was ticketed with a Qata
logue Number. The piled china and glass
filled the long center table and side
board. while the silver was shown in
the china closets.
Helen immediately concentrated on the
glasses. The set that most interested her
was a heavy old English cut. Accord
ing to the catalogue, there were, of this
design, 11 wines, I hocks and r water
Because the lots were so broken. Helen
felt sure they would go cheap. The
hocks could be used for cocktails and
the wines were claret size.
As attorney for the Trailor estate,
Warren had known of the sale, and at
his suggestion she had come down yes
terday to look through the house. The
glasses. somte bed and table linen, a cash
mere rug. and an antique clock were
the things she had marked.
The glasses came first. and Warren had
rromised to he ther" before they were
oilr. always terrified at an auction, she
e anted him to do the bidding.
In the library- th' linen. each lot tied
a o l ti kited. was displayed on a long seat
"i-iIke table made of boards. It seemed
r -cable that any private house could
e used so much linen. It was all ex
insive. but as every piece was mono
;rames. "J. '. T.." surely it would not
"lello Kitten! See anything you want?"
N arren had come up unobserved.
"Oh. I'm so glad you're here!" joyous
-".Sorne of this linen is wonderful.
Look at those embroidiercl sheets-and
the pillow cases to match. And all these
fine table-cloths and napkins! Dear. you
know how high linen is now. If this goes
cheap we ought to stock up."
"Sure, mark the lots you want." passing
on to inspect the library furniture. "Did
you see this desk? Wouldn't be bad for
It was a massive, flat-topped mahogany
desk with side drawers.
"Oh. that's an expensive piece. Won't
that bring a good price?"
"You can't tell. I'd give sixty. It cost
nearer two hundred. How about that
chair for our library?"
"That's much too heavy. It wouldn't
to with anything we have. Come in here
-I want you to see the glasses, it's this
set. Feel how heavy-aren't they a beau
'iful old cut?"
"They've made three lots of them."
Warren consulted the catalogue. "That's
awkward. If we get the first lot, some
body may run us on the others."
"But if we get the first lot-would
any one want the others?"
"Well, we'll take a crack at 'em any
way." he marked the three numbers.
"How about those decanters? That's a
fine old pair."
"Not unless they go absurdly cheap
we've no place to put them."
"Any silver?" viewing the display in
t&e of the china closets.
"No-no, we've more silver now than
she can keep clean. Dear, don't bid on a
lot of things we don't really need,"
knowing Warren's weakness.
A nearing rumble. The auctioneer and
audience were coming downstairs. Ac
cording to the catalogue the glassware
and china came next
The dining-room was soon crowded to
the doors. The auctioneer mounted a
chair, while an attendant held up the
first piece to be sold.
"1R, Salad Bowel. old Waterford cut,
Now much? Five dollars! Six-seven
aight! Eight! Ten! Ten I have! That's
y our bid, sir. Eleven-twelve! Twelve!
You all through?" with poised pencil.
"Why, wasn't that high?" whispered
'Get good prices at these house-sales.
And everything here's A L. Traitor only
brought good stuff. I thought this would
'% Pair Antique Decanters, with sil
er stoppers. Ten dollars to start them!
.gy~telve-fifty! Twelve-fifty for
-'F"?fteen." bid Warren, raising his
Sixteen by two bidders!
"Don't-don't. dear." restrailned Helen.
"That's an awful price."
But though Warren. in spite of her
tegging protests, bid up to twenty-five,
the ecanters went to thirty before they
age knocked down,
It took constant whispered pleadings,
that they did not have room and did not
sdthe things, to keep Warren from
Mdding on other lots before the coveted
glasses finally came up.
'Now dear, not more than fifty cents
apiece! I'm nervous about the three
lets. Oh, perhaps you'd better not try
"Leave this to me." in a gruff under
tone, jerking free his arm.
"US Eleven Cut Glass Wines! Old Eng
lm glasses-extra heavy. Eleven of
then! Hlow much? Three dollars for the
Eet. Threi'e-three-four!" taking Warren's
Ignoring Helen's whispered "Don't
dsmt!" Warren nodded again.
"Six-fifty! Six-fifty! That all? Sold
to Mr. Curtis."
reathlessly Helen waited for the
What if they ahould bring more?
Fourteen Hocks. Old English cut
buhin as the last let. Five dol-|
'amty- Pa will have to Itee
Helen and Warren.
sater .t "Their Married Lif.," Auther
Wife." "he WOmn. AMne." Ete.
Pwestiag Are Mie Fertmaate Tha
lars! Five I have! Six-ogevue-. en
That's your bid, air. Eight-ten--eleves
twelve! Twelve-twelve! Sold! Same
"Oh, I wish you hadn't!" unhappily.
"They're not worth it!"
"364, Nine Water Tumblers. These
match the last two lots. Five! Five
seven-fifty! Seven-fifty! Ten! Ten I
have! Twelve! Fourteen! Fourteen!
Sold! Sorry, sir, too late. Sold to the
"Oh, that was awful!" in an anguished
whisper. "A dollar and a half apiece for
those tumblers! Over 30-and it's a
"Cut it! You wanted them, didn't you?
Now what's next?"
"There isn't anything before the linen
that's over a hundred lots yet. You can't
wait. can you?" now nervously anxious
to get him away.
"No, I have to get back to the of ce.
rl leave a bid for that desk. Anything
you buy-give my name, and you needn't
make a deposit."
"Oh, they're going so high-I won't bid
on anything but the linen."
Warren gone. Helen instantly began
figuring on her catalogue. Thirty-four
glasses for 332-94 cents apiece. They
were worth that, of course, but all they
really needed were six of each. And
breakage would never even up the set,
for unfortunately there were less of the
tumblers-which would be used the most.
The place was crowded and overheated.
Her head was beginning to ache. While
the china was sold she withdrew from
the crowd. Trying not to think of their
extravagant purchase, she strolled about
the other rooms.
Even the crystal chandeliers and wall
brackets bore a catalogoe number. There
seemed a ruthless oruelty in the dis
mantling of this fine old house.
"I want to state that all this linen Is
monogramed," came the voice of the
auctioneer. "Now, don't come to me
after the sale and say you don't know
it. There's no come-back on these goods
--everything's sold 'as is.' "
This was encouraging, thought Helen,
again wedging into the crowd. After this
depreciatory announcement surely the
linen would sell reasonable.
"478, Twelve Hand-embroidered Napkin'.
How much Three-33! Five-five-six!
Six I have! Seven-eight! Eight!
Helen gasped. She had bought new
napkins last month for $4 a dozen, only
everyday ones, of course. These were ex
quisitely fine, but 33 for initialed napkins
that were not even new!
There were five other lots of twelve
napkins, none of which went for less than
36, and the tablecloths brought from five
Indignantly resentful at such prices.
twice Helen started to leave, but the
thought of the linen sheets restrained
her. There was still the chance that
some of those might go cheap.
The first lot of four embroidered sheets
went for five dollars each. Her resent
ment increased. Half a dozen other lots
brought about the same price.
Then a lot of three was put up, and
the bidding hung at two-fifty. With the
panicky auction-fright that always
gripped her, Helen ventured a timid
"Three! Three-fifty each!" Then look
Ing expectantly at Helen, "Four?"
She nodded; his glance seemed to im
"Four-four! Sold! Sold for four dol
lars to the lady back there."
"You can charge them to Mr. Curtis."
murmured Helen when the attendant
came up for her name and deposit.
Four dollars apiece-twelve dollars for
three linen sheets! That was cheap
enough, she reassured her leaping nerves.
"Yes, the next three lots are single
too." came a voice behind her.
Single! She was staring at her cata
logue. In parentheses, after the lot she
had bought, was the defaming word
And the only single bed in their apart
ment was the maid's!
With a sick inward sinking, she
wedged her way out through the still
straining crowd to the street.
The monumental stupidity of her own
purchase overshadowed the extravagance
of Warren's. It was the last thing she
would ever buy at an auction-her regis
tered vow was vehement.
It was misting, a drizzling mist, but
she walked on unheeding. At the cross
ing she was almost run over by a mon
ster truck. The driver shouted angrily,
but she hardly heard.
Her nidad was filled with a corrosive
thought. She had paid twelve dollars
for linen sheets-that could be used onty
on the MAID'S bed!
Y. M. H. A. BEGINNING
CAMPAIGN FOR MEMBERS
A campaign to Obtain 400 addItional
contributing members was started yes
terday by the Young Men's Hebrew As
sociation and will continue for seven
days. Six hundred letters to business and
professional men of the city have already
been mailed by them in an effort to in
crease their membership.
Hoping to instill In the young men suf
ficient enthusiasm to get a "running
start," Isidore I. Meyrowite, campaign
manager called his lieutenants together
for a special meeting last night. Judge
MIlton trasburger made an addrees.
Other teem captains are . Cantor, 3.
S. Goldstein, C. Tesser, I. Rosenfeld, A.
Shefferman. S. Shubnan, and I. Spiegler.
Max Fischer, F. S. Gichner, I. S. Gold
smith, Henry Lanaburgh. A. D). Marks,
Julius Peyser, Prof. Israel Sehapiro,
Judge Milton Strasburger and Simon
Wolf form the advisory board,
Painter 711.; Hurt. Head,
Albert Berry, 34 years old, of Blerwyn.
Md.. while peinting at 1107 Seventh street
northwest yestrdy afternoon fell from
a bay window and injured his head. He
was conveyed to the Homeopathia Use
mut In = aa=5. .nte...bfn
p smodng tweny four hours
SuOKON' EM t4A O(U Ga
SOON GiT EWtOtJ k
WOOYolus Goa una.
From Hotel Lobbies
John Garland, a merchant from Tt
ronto, Ontario. was a guest at the Rs
leigh yesterday and told a Herald ma
about his town.
One of the things we are most prou
of in Toronto." said Mr. Garland, "Is
large department store founded by Tina
othy Eaton. We understand that It I
the largest department store In Nort
America. When the war broke out th
store allowed all married employes wh
went and enlisted In the army full pal
and all single men half-pay. When Ml
Eaton died he left a large endowmer
to build a Methodist Church and thl
church today is one of the finest I
the city and has a sufficient endowmer
to pay all expenses. Collections take
are used for various charities, but th
endowment really pays the salary of th
minister and all similar expenses.
"We expect Canada to furnish 60001
men in this war, and we have alread
contributed about 400,000 men, most t
whom are on the firing-line now. W
have done this out of a loyal populi
lion of 7,000000 and in spite of the fat
that the French-Canadians of Quebe
have not enlisted as numerously as me
from the British stock. The Frenc
Canadians do not have much sympath
for France because France deserted ther
in the early days, and they are angere
at the Dominion government over r1
lgious disputes. They claim the got
ernment has made too strict qualifica
tlons for teachers In the paroohli
schools. The western provinces have ser
every man available."
Mr. Garland said there has been ver
little trouble In the provinces with t
people of German descent, the great ma
jority of them being loyal to the Dc
To protect babies from drafts when be
ing carried In automobiles, a mlinatut
folding top has been invented.
LOST-VOULE INCH BARPIN, SE' WITH Dl.
monds and sapphires, between Natiomal Thate
University Club, and Grafton Hotel. Suitable n
ward. Apply at HOTEL GRAFTON iffica.
LOST-LADIE8 GOLD WATCH; DIAMOND I
back: case et 10 Rhode island are. ni
LOS'-OLD PIN WI'H AM rHfST 8 GI'IN(
Reward if returned to 917 19th t. ow. after 4 p. n
InST-BLACK SATIN HANDBAG CONTAI:
ing about SB and Capital Traction commutatc
ticket between 7th and K and 15th and Yon st
Saturday morning, March 17. Rewan. Tel. Mai
IST-BROWN-ANI WHJTE COLLIE IN VICI'
ity of North Capitol and H eta. S1 H at. ow. B
)ST-LADIES OCTAGON-SHAPED WRIS
watch; initials on back. "M..1M. M." Frorn 7th am
A sta, ne. to Homeopathic Homptal via Navy YTa
car. on sth at. to Florida ave.. thence New Janes
are. to N at; valuable as a gift. Reward if r
turned to 66 A at. no
REIhABLE ABLE- rODIED MAN T SAW AN]
split wood in mill at oal yard; do rough carpet
tering and repair carts and wagons; steady emptol
ment. WM. KING & SON, Coal M ntants, B I
An Opportunity for employment by
The Pennsylvania Railroad Co.
For machinist and car repairmen.
For white and colored laborers. Apply
Rneen 331. Union Station, Washington, D. 0.
WANTNI-/:OMBINATION ALIAROdND MA:
and chatfreur for suburban place. V. e . OLaI
STEAD, Washington Herald.
WANTD-IFIRST-CLASS COATIA iCR TY
bushel; right wages to right man. BERNARD J
FOLEY. 0-7 Erams Bldg.
AL P WANTD-E.iMALE
VANTED-E X P E R I EN CE I
SALESLADY FOR DRY GOOD:
STORE; MUST COME WELL
RECOMMENDED. 1920 PA. AV11
WHIT MAN FOR SUBIRBAN PLAC E
drive Ford. 1021 7th t. nw.
GIRL FOR GENERAL HOUSE WORK STA
at nights 1l0i 7th at. ow.
To sell led Tractr stock. Big profits to rig
man. A dg, live proposition for your territory.
WM. J. WILSON & CO..
41-MT Fifth ave., New York.
WAREHOUSE, THREE FLOORS, oR IN PAR'.
Apply to MR. WEED, 625 1 at. us.
MONEY TO LOAN.
tfbNET TO LOAN-n TO se.m0 oN D. (
real estete. Several trust funds, 4% to S per een
All traneatons conducted with econmcal consd
eration for borrowora.
WM. H. SAUNDERS & 00.,
Southern Bluilding, 907 15th et. nw.
MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED CITY RlEA'
estate et lowest current raten; special priviege
with reset to pritr payments. TYLER & RUTai
ERFORD. Inc., 817 15th et.
BAD BILLS COLLECTED OR NO Oii
Rents a specialty. HAMIMER,. Attorney, 615 lMt
at. nw. Phone M. 4172.
WALL PAPER-ROOMS PAPERED, II UI
Plasting, tainting, houses and signs. Awntn;
ad eedes to order. LE PREUX, SW P at. at
Two phua--N. 48W0 end N. 3481.
FOit SALE-NORtTHEAST PRINTING CO.
plat; sacriflae; prie., In. 23 H at. noa
Newr Managensent. Reduced Rates.
NE1W CAPITOL HOTEL,
THIRD VT. A ND PA. AVE. N, W.
FOVIID-A MACHINE WHITEWASHER AN1
wseal boos. repeirer: soaraateed week and lows
pNia 3. N. COLBERT, 213 51 s. maUe. ins
Fl"*. tat"?|isf. Becker' a arke.
~I4 I TO LDERS 0F COMMUTTA'IlO
300KB WASHINGTION RAILWAY AND ELE(
ofss Itt inlarities ad lieyruton1
me. & the vast week, -due to muses entire1
hood the enetrol of this Ora ad with
d~a Oh tes II PatronS fairty, the Compaar wi
isidm at sr itonate velue alt unlued portom
of ---m books issed dnning theonth <
Marek, t, epan presentation~ at the ofilce of t1
Desgr lbirtmath ad O ateets northwest, o
er siltr AprB I IT..
Our mew, m n sinl presnt fltore omarena
ot this t ' the reea that eur legal men mn
eBae maw asr eng employed aee aot to stike
Wdk6SP. RIN, Pame~
a day nowt
O1! LVERY DESCRIPTION, BINGLE
BOOK book to entire libraries PEAR,
MAN'S. 7I Gst. nw. M. 316.
AECO14D- AND CLOTHING. SHOES i.,
BOUGHT AND SOLD. SEND POSTAL AND
WE WILL CALL. THE WASHINGTON BA
GAIN HOUSE, 06 4% ST. SW.
SPECIAL-OLD CARS BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Best ash pries for all kinds of .Junk.
NATIONAL JUNK CO., fIN 4% t, .w. Main fS.
For a Square Deal
CALL THE STAR JUNK CO.
ti LIN. 4496. 4 N ST. W. I,
e TURN YOUR JUNK INTO MONEY
a Phone North 4983
INTERNATIONAL JUNK CO.,
t 15E0 NEW JERSEY AVE. N. W.
JUNK} JUNK! JUNKI
CONTINENTAL JUNK COMPAl,
I3 K at. nw. Main ER
" WASH. JUNK CO.. 13th & D es. Pin. UK
" WE WANT JUNK.
UNITED JUNK CO.
North 3L 1164 W t. "w.
WILL CAIL IN MY UNLETTERED WAGON.
dip or sbuas.n, and lay you highest pries fe,
i dss', geman'., ddlldren's dismauled dothing
e of all desiptions, Address pratal or whso. I
win 0,11. N RICE, I3E yth t. nw. N. IT7.
t 5UNK O ALL KINDS: HIGHE T PRIC
c paid at year home. Send card or phoe N. URS.
m CENTRAL JUNK CO., 10th and V it,. ow.
- TGHEST PRICESWR RAGS, MEPAL, A
y per. tie. et.. Pb.e M. 7O. EAGLE RAG &
nME'A L CO.. 6th & K eta ow. Motor truck wil al.
d HIGHEST CASE PRICES PAID FOR GOL3,
dier. platinum, dinseds, and artadal tealr.
D. ALPHER. i1T Get . no. M. MIL
COLUMBIA BARGAIN HOURS
PIay spot cash for Froltur,. Stores, Carpsis: as
LI kinds, 63 La. ane. L FELKER. Pro,. M. E
t WILL CALL AND PAY 40 PER BUNDRED
for newspapers; 111 for magazinsa. maset pals
y for all other junk. Amer. Junk Cus. OR Pa. ave. e.
WILL SACRIFICE $0 GRAFONOLA AND 0I
worth of record. total salue 1, for only SRI
ash. Drop potal to C. C. M)EVITT, 141 Ran
dolph at. ow.. for details.
VACUNA BALES COMPANY HAS ALL POPi
la make of Yaenom ceaners on eo term. 110:
14th at. nw. N. 5l4
B B eNlf hMf Electrie Bell Werk.
*EVI UKW Repalring and New.
2212 14th St. N. W. N. 2E6T. Glastag.
GET OUR ESTIMATE ON YOUR VACUUM
cleaning and floor polidding. Vacuum cleaners for
rent. "VACUNA." 1148 14th at. ow.
WEN1 WIL MEASURE IFR, MAKE, AND PCt
up goel quality opaque shades. 45c. Beet quality
r oil osaue or American Holland, Ue. Will call
o with -nplea. KLEEBLATS, Uith and H st.. ne.
CARPETS THOROUGHLY AND CAREFULLY
cleaned; rug. woen from old carpets; mattresse
renovated. Estimates furnished. Phone Main M
ALBERT KAIILERT & CO.. 3E B st. w.
* DANHAKL & DAVI.,
Carpet Cleaning and Mattes Making,
d N L ir. nw. Phone tAncon 2HS,
CLEANING AND DYEING.
WASHINGTON'S GREATEST DYE WORKS.
UNITED DRY CLEANERS. INC.,
" tIl M t. nw.. corner 5th North 413L
I MA'TRESSES RENOVATED AND REMADE.
$1.50. lrompt attention to suburban orders.
CAPITOL RENOVATING CO.. 441-43 G t. M. 1114.
PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING.
PAINTER, PAPERHANGER, PLASTERER AND
Kalsomoier. Room Tapered. 3; painted. *L1;
city or country. Goldblatt, 1123 Pa. aye. nw. M.3S.
GE. T. IARKWARD.
PAINTING AND PAPERHANGING,
!L5 P st. ne. Phone IAn. 2674.
$1.50-Piano Tuning-- I.56
MANY YEAtS AT WEBER AND STEYNWAI
factories, New York. T. HOLVERSON, 122 N.
Carolina are. n. Phone Line. BE. Organs repaiead.
OH. WOK WHO IB HERE
C. C. JAMES. THE CLOTHES DOCTOR.
1619 12th at. nw. N. MD.
)i 4 I 1 H CLEANERS AND CLEANING.
VCUUM SALES COMPANY HAS ALL POPU
[ Jar make, of vacuum cleaners on cany terms. 1118
11th t. now. N. 6140.
PHONE M. 1t TO HAVE YOUR WINDOWS
Cleaned. Acme Window Cleaning Co.. 112 E t.
t .INDOW SCREENS AND SHADES.
WINIOW SHADES MADE TO ORDER, 45C.
Best Oputue on H. H. Rollers, H5.
J. G. 'REINKERT, 1200 H at. na.
Phone L. 4128.
SUBSTANTIAL gA d MADE TO
SCRLEENS 1.Is~ ORDER
p Screen Wire. 2%c. sq. ft. Rustles, 3%c.
Scens repaired. KLEEBtLA'T'S, 11th & H sis.ne.
ICE BOXES AND REFRIGERATORS
And Cooling Reso Are Urnegumied.
McCRAY REFRIGERATOR CO.,
611 F STREET N. W.
s. We Build snd Repair RefrIgerator.
TYPEWRITER RENTAL SERTICE,
North Bist. 2301 1st st. ow.,* formerly U Randotah
place. Morens rented $1.75 per mnoath: S montha,
a 4.5; 4 months. P7.5; No. 4 Rtemingtons. $1; L. 0.
Smith's. $2.2 and I2.W.; Underwoods, Remiinatm,
2 1.50. Reductiro If paid 3 or .1 moths in advance,
n Rtehilit typewriters for sl.
MIOVING. PACKING, STORING.
ABSOLUTELY FIREZPROOF STORAGE. Rooms,
$|L0 and up. Moving sod Packing. UNITED
STATES STORtAGE CO.. 41$63 10th at. nw. M. 422.
THlE CHiltAGO TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.
Baggage, furniture, and pane delver,. 1622 You
p 5t. ow. Phone North 261.
STORAGE ROOMS.s, 1Pru MONTE UP.
.. Hoding. Packing. Low Rates,
UNION STORAGE COMPANT.
t414 Id st. nw, 061 Fla. a.
Free snoving ?er~ ater-.
Sage. N. 3dB er N. 55d4.
S MITR'S TRANSFERt *
STORAGE CO., 012 5.
I - Night Phone N. m02.
RECORDS-VICTOR, COLUMBIA. AND EDISON
a -bought, sold, and aesaged.
* Phene M. 73. Ul t. aw.
ITH DURABLE ROME READY-HIXEW
L taints. Prepared by 5. J0g. OANr.Ong.L t 4
t. sw. Main IIIU.
.000 65&'.Ak . 40oP
OS 1r4 srmr O' s u
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ON SATURDAY, MARCH 31. 19317, AT 10O'CIDC
a. in.. tn tunst of the United State. stom"s Con
pany'. Warehas., 419-4M Tenth street northwest.
WaMngenm, D. C., there win be sold at public
anotlao to Infore. tiens for storage charges, etc.,
due and unpaId, all goods, furniture. bousehold and
iersonal effects on storage in names of A. F. Ten
ntille, Mrs. Octavia Norris, Mrs. G. L. Butt, Mrs.
Gen. Wet. Oo well, and Mrs. Jennie V. Fagin.
UNITED STATER STORAGE COMPANY, INC.
OM SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1917. AT Is O'CIid
L in., In unt ot the United States Storags ten
pany warehouse. 411-43 Tenth at. on., Wading
tal, D. C.. there will be Sold at public auction.
to enjfoes liens for storage charge. etc.. due and
tmpaid, all goods, furniture, horushrld and pwaoenal
eets on storage in names of John Rewet1, Overton
Builer, Martha Holliday Caulk. Jame. Gen, and
Robert A. Hurd. UNITED 6TATES STDRtAGE
COMPANY, Inc. mar'S,atg3.
STORAGE; IOW RATE, STEAM REAT,
every m.neeniemne.- Pn" ae.e. TH NA.
TIONAL GARAGE, 116 New lam, a. a . Lb
Aeh, M. AUTO STORAGE
Day and night sere. Rats reasonable.
C. H. STOCKTON. West 45l.
1065 slat Street N. W.
A-1 Nonskid. 30x3/2 Tires, $9.95.
Vulcaniirng. Sample Blowout, $1.00. Tubes, 35e.
GIPA'ON TIRE SALES CO., D H at. no.
DjiflR w1it. pry hoar autos; carful
whlte chauffeur,; clean oes;dai
and night Wsrrire. PHONE LINCOLN 35.
E AND I PAR4ENGER CARA.
CAREFUL WHITE DRIVERR. LOW RATU.
'Oa TAXI OLN 1
C71 LL UNCOL 51
10 MocS ......................................f.H
City peaper.................................... n
Shepping, per b .0............ .. I
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CENTRAL TAXI COMPANY. INC.
DISTRICT TAXI SERVICE
PHONE MAIN 58
Leas than 10 blocks ...........60e
Anywhere In City Proper..... ..75e
Cars Per Hour. In City.......,31.26
Cara Per Hour. Out of City .1.60s
AUTO REPAIRING OF ALL NINDS AT YAW.
Prices. Night work by appointment. Phone M.
12B. W. J. DEKOWSKI. 12th at., cor. C at. now.
OVERLAND CAR IN Al C'NDTITION; OWNER
' lsbying larger car; Pncr ec 1 w. Can be seen
from 2 to 6 ,ptP. m. at M14 Est at. nw.
SOME PARTu TOR ALL CARS.
ALL PART" FOR SOME CARS.
Highest prices paid for old and uselem ewes
ROBERT RERSON. ;7-12 4% at. so. Main 7M.
FOR SALE-NEW AND SECOND-HAND CRS
aan be had at reasonable prices. VERMONT
GARACE, 1112 Venont cortc w.
A-I BARGAIN USED CAR Tils WEEE;OADiI.
Lao and other make.. from EO to 11.60.
THE COOK & STODDARD COMPANY,
Tel. North 7010. 11-10 Conn. see. new.
FI' PER CTLINDER for Burning carhan; owne te
remove car, and wires. Cratted cytindeem and
alaninum welding. Cr-leen,. I 12th Rt. ow. M. 4M
WM. J. COTY. TATF OF N. Y. CITY. AUTO
Machinist and Electritan; expert on all lighting
and mring sstrms. 515K at. ow. M. TR.
AUTOR OF ANY MAKE AND AGE REPAIRED
or rebailt. Ford lned while you wait. ROB
ROT MACKE. 53 10th t. s. Lincoln I.
A'TOOEN(UR' WELDING AND RADIATOR
work. Fenders repaired: carba. removed; auto re
pairing. Hudas-Byrd Co., oar 1110 Vt. ave. no.
PRICE CAN FIR IT. WELDING OR ALL
metals egnal to ono. Exper auto retring.
Price's Anto TRealir Shop. 1418 N. Capito. N. E-A.
BROKEN CAST IRON
And other metals welded by autngeoana process.
WELDIT CO., l10 N. J. are. ow. Lin. ML
GET A i;ARAGF THAT WILL O'TLAST ANY
gartar in the market. In appearance, durabulity,
and trin. V. T. H. BIEN, Evana Bldg. Room 2.
Phone N. 3150.
iT l+ NOTr SO PROBABLE THAT YOU ARE
wi'ing the men's warn clothing, shoa, etc., that
should rightfully belong to us and the cash should
be in your pocket. So let's exchange; we can use
all yu cara to sell. Phone us. JUSTU'S OLD
STAND. 619 D.
NOTICE: Artlneal teeth anid second
hand Diarnonds nod .Jewelry bought.
Luis Abrahama. 4i15 .. op. Pat. Ofne.,
804 SEVENTEENTH STREET.
OVER 30 YE~A R Bceaful Praeinlat the
and Special Diseas af Men and Women.
Means Health to You If You Suffer
trom Catarfi, Obesity, Rhbesnmatian Constipatio.
les, Throat, Lung., Brain. Heart. Blood and Skid
Diesaaes. Nervous Debility. Kidney Diseases. Blad
der Trouble, Sverifie Bland Poisoning, Emnptions.,
Ulers, and All Private Diasen Cured far W~e by,
Charges Low. Medicine Furnished.
Private Waiting Room for Ladies,
Offee Haur,l o 1, 3 to 6 Sunday.Uto M
* T.. Clairvoyant and Pesic
e gLIAK O x ediumn. tele at, re
erat, and future. Advice on bsusineaa, lawsuita, lane,
health. etc. Satisfaction. guaranteed or inoney re
funded. Radings, 50e and 1.0. 106 0 at. no.
M E. FE U)Wten olu consuit her you
separated. 165 7th ow.
MEK. VERNETR, NOTED PALMIST. CILAIR.
eyant, mental nectist. 65 H at. nw., second
dloor; phone, M |639.
-THE GREAT New York P'almist-Claroyat,
now located 0:1 L st. ne. Reana. M0e and $5.R
Offlee hours, 9 until 1i a. *.; I untO 7:3 0. sa..
or by apointnt.
MRS. BROWNELL uu%*o"'-2:'",a*C
present, future; givee name. advice on brainess,
law sutsa love, home, separatIon, change.. he-alth,
etc. Seance, VWednesday and Sunday eseninga, 8
p. m. 0E Eye t. w. Phone . 8056.
RS STEVE 80iedtual Medilum. Reading
Tha. ee., I I'. m1.; hI.. 2 p. m. 313 N. J. a. a.
__ _ _ PALTMISTRY.
PRO6. thIE~PALMIT, FI lbfAOR 9I
N. Y. awe. ow. Reades. 65 to $. I.tladues
.. 062.. isa_ l. a ..
DM QU *TmMATUS OvfFCLU.
Army Wainagtn, D. C.- esled preemals win
be reeshed tee ut l L a. m., APRIL N. 19W. foe
fue is ena. ctraw, weed aml, a gann. and
. re.. an at wor - D. O.. and pars in
idmit. Am for ob urlting. msoming ashes and
L0d -aer. sa s n m ei . during
the n iesr amm eg 1. 3R. Iofwmas
OFFicE OF THE COMM9810ptEBB D. f'..
Washitaa, D. Q. Marck H, NE. semisd pr
fnaess will be readeed at thi e060, Hem W. De.
trig B ime, amidl 7 o'*m, p. N., Ago g, Dl".
lr furaieing and diseriag two a-a-man trucks
and three trails, for se on industrial n a' rad at
n. C. Workhrsue. OcagUn. Ta. Frm of pgoml
and sledfieions may be obtained tom lb. Pr
ebasir fler. D. . Room n, ftried Ballr.
Wa,.ninteon, . C. OItER P. NEWMAN. I/il4
BROWNLOW, CHARLEd W. KLUTZ. Chommeon
em, D. C.
, t UNE TUITION DE*FIAAF
''RMA TEE ESSIT1AL QUAIJTIES
of good dondng, eanatality and adaptability, In,
eluding "bodm" and '"following."
We pay particular attentioo to the ump of the
arms, has. and fntgers.
barnor dancers eau disur eahed by their arm
snd hand movenet.
111 H STREET N. W.
Main 1111. n Foxr om.nra Rr urdr
BICYCLES AND MOTORCYCLES.
'LEtN-UP SALE oF OVER 1" BIcyCLES AN
motore-ries. MAKE YOUR OWN lIHICF B. i
Cle. motareteae, and aotamole e -one. and ae..
taee. MUNGKR BROS.. 7Is North Capste at. sm.
Kebez PLAITING .;.
S eclal price to dressmakers.
F. RANKEL. S2 Reventh at. nor.
$1 SKIRTS '
lgM 1 br. w w.
HORSES AND WAGONS.
TWO BIH MAItAE, THREN BIG HtHSFA FOlR
fa-ts crk ore tg double trueA. 42; F-l. e-.
FOR H11t ~H'ES HOE AND 14AOON IOR A'Y
kind of businsem, h day. week, or month. GEN.
EAL LIVERY CO.. rear 73 Pa. ae. nw. M. 1w.
CONRAD H. SNYE mmd JAMENS
FRANCIS S31I. Attermeys.
IN THE UPREaE COURT OF THE DISTRICT
of Columbia. holding a Disritt Cort. In or
The wideren. of the minor atrrt known an Piny
Brnd road 1(:orado amemn, in the Dlatrt
of Colrmn tilMtridt Court No 11.-Notice is
hereby gie that the (O-mi.ene of the Iv
trA of Columbia, Parsuant to the prorim.m. of
seton M to section WEW. ineusive, of the ende
of law for the District of Columda, hae filt- a
patitln in this Court preng the odomodeoat
of the land n...'y for the wideintog of te
minor atmet known as Piney B:aneb road "
orado aemne, from rMnt.age treat to Mtr
med (Oonerd avennet. to a width of sixty fee
in the District of Columbia, as shown on a pla* or
Nap died with the mid prtiren. a part thero.!.
and Sting aso that a jury of fee judicious di.
inmtsed mn, not telated to any tersron I
Bmed in then pwoosedings and not in the o.,
or rploymerit of the Distrkt of ('l. n.. *
the United Rtates be summoned by t e I-nred
State marha] for the Iltn t of .orebts to
ames the damages esanb owner of land to be taen
may stais by rsen of the wad.- e of the
said minor stoot, and the ond.m' .o of the
land nemery for the urpoese u. rnu. and en
same as ben-fits resultirg t reir nm the r:. --
ameat of amid damrags. inc'din the eronene ..I
ths promedinp, upon each lot TWe
or partel of land In the ,,nare or '. ... % ni
mid minor street Is to be imooedy : .-.
lot. pat of lot or parcel of ground in t.o o .s.
or blodk cofrr.g 'he said ear - -
he . :etni by akid -idenitng, I th- nr.
the mid u'ry may fri mid t.ta. tort r.- !
laroels 1f land will be beneted as pr- in f e to
and by the afobeaid cod of law.
It 1-. - tre (bourt, this Nth dae -. M-ealh A I'..
11'. eGI PI'tED. That all prase- ha .- en .
trnest in te loeotein. he. ad- tiey a-- le'
warned arI ommanded to syyr in this n'ret
fi or to-te the 4th day of Apro A. D., Il, 5.
10 oro-k a. t.. and cnatinne in at'endaror nnoI
the Court sharl hare made Its final r-lhr rett- rng
and trrirming the award of dnnages a. the
a nest, of eneidt. of the uryto th" empas.
sad sworn bee.in; and it is furthl er ORDtFitD.
That a lopy of th notice and orc-r he pt.:. n"oi
twice a week for two oucressive -o-k in ft- Ww
ington Eening Star, the Wahmt.cn Turn- and
The Washkisgtte Iierald. newspero p'ubiA. -. n
th- maid Disrict. rmmendrig at lrt- to
before the sa-i day of April 4th A. D.. :. IT
is further ORDERED. That a o oef tha -e
and order be eerred by the Cnited a maite. mrst.
or his derotim, upo each of the ow. -s of the f.
of the land to be ondemned herein as rea, be
fond by the said marshal,. or his erfmtie. ait' io
the Dimert of C'olumbia. before the ni.r 4th day
of Aple. A. D.. 10:-. ly the Court. A tree n
Tstu: Uea l.J . R. YOtNG. Con. Dy r. L.
CUNNINGHAM. Aodeatnt Clark.
CONRAD Hl. SYME mmd JAMES
FRANCIS SMITH. Atterseya.
IN THE FI'I'REME onURT OF THE DITITRICT
of Columbia. holding a DitriMt Cart In re:
he oninng and extensd. of thanaon nlaer south
est. to U strert erentheat, theroagh airnare U?'2. hi
thre tDiztret d Colrulda., District Court No. IsM.
Noti ise toherete giten that the Commeimieron, of
the istrrict of tColba. tceaant to the pr.orionn
of cetion 1. to e'e-ionr 1431. ltnelosta of the
code of law for the District of Cohunhila. hae flied
a petitlrm tn this court rauenn the conadenmnation
of the land nee-sary for the openingA and ,-- n
iotn of Shannoni place snotheas, :rto a treet stoith
east. through sinare' 5f". In the lutricolt of Column
bla as shoan on a plat or map IfledI wIth the mid
pe1tton s part thereof. and torartng also that a
Intro of floe idha. dinitt-eyited men, not re
lated to any perwor interested in theseorocdr,-t
end not in the erder or emtploymenrt of the Dia
trict of Columbia or of the United Rtates be Con
mm=d by fte United States marshal for the Di-.
trim of ColombIa to ama the damtages ec 0orne
of land to he taken ma, sustain by reason of th.
openIng and eatension of the maid auinor gtree.
and the crienation of the land neema-y to
thce ten-.', thereof, and to amri. as i--nefits
orutig thrrfnan the entfire amnnt of amid
damage, ineinding the expenses of them weocere
ings, upon each lot or pat of lot or parori of land
in the Ciquare or bild in whic amid mInor etrr-t
is to he opened and extlended, and uipon eachb lot.
part ot lot or tarne of grnnd In th.0eloiaree or
blocs cofrooting the maid equate, whirt aill he
boneied by mid openring and extoonsion. in thre oei
portion that the said n-try may fird tall Iota. parti
of lots or pinaeref land wIlt hce heefied as to
cuded for ton and tcy the afreeaid mede of law.
It is, by the rourt, this fth daye of Mard A.
D., lIiT, ordleredl, that all pe-nr.ct heeling any in
teet in these peoaredings ho, sord they are heelo.
warmed and rcomandied to apfear in this et n
or bdiore the 4th dasy of Ait, A. It.. 1917. at 10
o'clockr o. n. and conti'mea it a't-n i rr -aut the
eorurt dim21 bave made it. fal eoreatilyrma and
rsirming the awnard of damnages end the aent'
ment,. of benefits of the ytry to he empacelu and
aorn- heaie: ansd ;t no furtheored rrdmd.e tIat a
nco-y of this. nadiw sod tlorer herpublishonl two a
week flor two anrecessise weeka in tihe Wahicngton
Evtening Star, the Wadsingtso 'Times, and The
Washitnsten Herald. oeratmpees puoblished t r te
mid Dim-lct. co-t.eneinng at lenst tea das befre
the saili day of Aril I. A. D.. 19I7. It is folther
order-ni. that a crutn of this nnrtsr snd ore hen
sorted hr tho United States marshal, or his detra
ties urteno cah of the rnrws of the fee of the
land to heo re-ound heten as ,aay he four-d
by the said ntar-.hat. or hris rdeputler. unithme the
Dibrac of C~ohenmbia. before thne maid 4th day at
April A. D., 19t7. By the Coast. A true ep
Teat: (Bealai 1. 3. YOt'NC Clek. Re P. R
QCUMAML Amuisant Clink. maamis
H(4 - 6. Cana
A .A*0 PWte
Would You Put a Pair of Shoes
on a Little Girl's Fet?
-Or give an old coat to a good
little boy? Or some darned
stockings to both? Of course
you would! Who wouldn't?
There are three little tots
from 4 to 8 years old who need
just such things, and they are
deserving. Write to Herald
oface. Box 116.
OF FIVE ACRES
Oa Bet Macadm Read.
North of City.
ONE CENT Per Ft.
Geod hel, Electrle Light ,
Trolley and Telephome Bervtee.
Reduce the cot of iving--mine yar own
vegetables, fruits, and towem- the
,hlldreo a chance to play in the open and
msake good. You owe it to them.
Thos. E. Jarrell,
J. Walter O'Boyle,
Eclsive Ag es.
Suite 839 W..dward Bldg.
N ACRES OF FERTILE LOAM. ALL eLFAR
bst 10 acres in wood, with grd etream adjoining;
smaD but good home. with good farn buildings;
one mile to ar line and railroad station, tm le
out in Magiand; 84e0. s seeki and baan..
GEORCE C. WALKER,
Renole Bldg., lith and 0 sa
BAMaTrIr. COcNThY HOME OF a ACRES,
with handsome froen bore, cotaning every
modern conveniene. and good as new; an kinds of
fan buildings, beautifully shaded laws, ftile
garden. poultry plant with ircubators and beoodese
farming implements. ate.; all land under nltiva
ties and orderde reept man shaded stream in
rear: L fruit trees; guted out ON Baltimee
Bouleard, near tolley and steam ramel, in hbiest
and best soe: M.R WBl take cit perty.
not .er 4.1, .ear.. . part ayme, with balsa
to be arranged.
GEORGE C. WALKER.
RenAd. Bdg., 11th and t; eta
Of maner in Firat Deeds of Trust (imt Martsaem
an Washington. D. C., Real Estate always gie the
full interest somead and the retm of all the
rvtciple due, asprdlees o the 'aryiag roms and
values of other aeerttiee. and the are not subdeet
t~ taxatiro. We have been srcsfuly engapd a
rnaking these Investeins for our elients for eas.
thn. a quarter of a entury. lavestmenta, li, el
t. $10.00, at 5. 54, and 6 per Cent now realy fe
delivery. Iarge in to made.
WM. H. SAUNDERS & CO.,
Southern Building, 807 15th St.
SUBURBAN REAL ESTATE.
TOL OALE- SP'BCRBAN FARMS-8 ACE
and lonra:ow at Beech Avenue Station, on Rotk
nile trolley line. Cihken runs, orchard and manl
ficit. C. I. SALTZMAN. An Mirtwo'd plan-.
1'b or 4o.., ="3.
:tAtl.L HOU E W. & O. D. LINE. NEAR
i rum Park, Va.: in three-acen wood lot; ele
o - -itte: garden eite: cheap. 136 O at iw. BOX
OMIF DAY A HOME OR INVSTMENT AT
CABIN JOHN PARK!
WHT NOT TODAY'
F. ilata. illurneted books and full particula's
sl ott these Little Farms, attractive born. ate" and
low It'a ee or write J. S. TOMLINrON, 331
Soitem Nuilding. Main 144.
Traymore note u.es.
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
Amerc'a Famous All-year Resort. The leading
lioue. Always Open.
APPROPRIATE FLORAL TOKENS
Prim.t. .to dener, .me.
Gude Bros. Co., 1214 F Stret
GIOANET-On Sunday. March 18,
1a417. at 6 o'clock p. mn.. ANG~ELIN.O
tnee Ghlselll), wife of Vincent Giovan
Funeral services at 1710 Pennsylvania
avernue northwest. Tuesday. March 20,
at 2:30 p. m0.
CARMOD)Y-On Saturday, March 17. 1917.
at Pl' ham, N. Y., JOHN Rt. CAR
MODY. P'ay Inspector. U. S. Navy,
retired. In his 74th year.
Interment at Arlington Tuesday, March
3e. at 11 a. m.
GIL.LETTE--On Sunda Mnarch 18, 1317.
at hi. home in Philadlphia. CASSIUS
C., formerly of the Corp. of Eng
ineers. of United States army.
Funeral at Arlington Cemetery. Tues
day. March 20. Party will arrive from|
PhIladelphia at Union Station ati
1:46 p. m-.
HENDRICKS-Suddenly, on Sunday.
March 18. 1917. at 9:80 . in., in his
72d year. ARTHUR, the beloved hus
band of Ida V. Hendricks. decessed.
Relatives and friend. Invited to at
tend the funeral from hi. late resI
dence. Baltimore Street, Kensington,
Md., on Tuesday. March 20, at 2
p. m. Interment at Arlington.
O'M EARA-On Sunday. March 18, 1917.
at 11 a. mn.. Mtr. SARAH A.
O'MEARA aged 87 year.. beloved
wife of the late Win. C. O'Meara.
Funeral on Wednesday. March 21. at
2 p. m. at her late residence, 227 B
street northwest. Tnterment at Oak
Hill Cemetery. Relatives and friends
are invited. Kindly omit flowers.
GROGAN--On Monday. March 19. 1917. at
1 p. mn., at his residence in Baltimore.
Maryland. PATRICK J1. GROGAN.
son of the late Peter Grogan, aged
Notice of funeral hereafter.
GUEST--On Monday evening. March 19,
1917. ot 5:45 p. mn., NELLIE REEVES.
wife of Charles W. Guest, aged
Funeral service. from her late reani
dence. 652 Sixth street northeast.
Tuesday, March 20. at 8:15 ,D. mn. In
terment at Cape May. N. J., Thurs
day. March 2. (ihdlhapaper.