THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, APBIL 7, 1912.
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More Than 700 at Anacostia
Asylum Hear Music and
Sermon This Afternoon.
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Br GEORGE ALLAN ENGLAND.
ANACOSTIA, D. C. April 7.-Easter
erviceg. of exceptional Interest were
held this afternoon at the Government
Hospital for the Insane. Assembled In
the chapel hall of the Institution, pa
tients and employes to the number of
700 took part in tho services, which were
conducted by the Rev. C. H. Butler,
pas'tor of the Columbia Heights Lu
theran Church. His sermon was on
"The Doubt of Thomas."
A floral display unequaled In the his
tory of the Institution made the great
hall present a pleasing appearance.
The hothouses of the Institution had
been drawn fpom to fashion the floral
decorations emblematic of the Easter
tide. Approximately 1,000 plants were
used In the decorations.
The choir of St. Elizabeth's, which
has for Its members patients and em
ployes, sane special music. For the
processional there was Gounod's "Cru
cifix." Other numbers were "Christ,
Our PasBover," Danks; "Savior, "When
Night Involves the Skies," Shelly: re
cessional, "Christ Is Risen," Wagner,
arranged by Neidleman. There were
fifteen vntcen heard in the musical nro-
, gram, volunteer singers from tho Ana
costia Methodist Episcopal Church as
sisting. Among the visiting singers
were Daniel C. timlthson, George Jones,
I and Howard Orlfllth. Edward T. Davis
directed the choir, and Mrs. Elizabeth
Nelson was the organist. '
In the Esther Memorial Protestant
Episcopal Church, in Congress Heights,
an elaborate service marked the day.
The vested choir was directed by Mil
ton J. FUllus, leader, in a program of
Easter music The Rev. Charles 1.
' Sontag, acting rector, delivered a ser
i mon upon the fruits of the resurrec
tion. i Musical numbers in the program were:
Processional, "Welcome, Happy Morn:"
"Christ, Our PaBsover," Gilcrist: "Te
rum ." GHcrlst: "Jubilate." an B flnt.
Dudley Buck; "Angels Roll the Rock
Away," hymnal: onertory. "Tne i-ignc
1 Jm nA. .Ua naif In Wnn!" 'KilnntllH.
. Schilling; "Gloria In Excelsls," Schill
ing; recessional, "He Is Risen."
The soloists were Misses Beitha Ben
der, Iona Cook, Lillian Dean, Carlalta
Martin, and Milton J. FUlius. Miss
Emma Bunder was the organist.
At the parochial mass this morning at
10:30 o'clock In St. Teresa's Church spe
cial musical features marked the cele
bration of Easter. The choir, which
was' '.ed by Mips Addle Wathen, with
Miss Mabel Brauman as the organist,
had the assistance of J. Taylor Bran
son, violinist, who played several se
lections. Miss Maude Miller tang as a
. soprano solo. "Reglr.a Cooll," with
George Ferguson rendering the bass
part. Miss Addle Wathen rendered tho
alto solos provided for in tho moss, and
Miss Miller rendered tne soprano boios.
Miss Bernlco Knott sang "Venl
There was a general attendance or
the members of St. Teresa's parlBh at
this service, and handsome decorations
were In place on the altar.
In the Anacostia Methodist Episcopal
Church at 11 o'clock this morning tho
Rev. Samuel W. Grafflln, pastor, deliv
ered an Easter sermon on the resurrec
tion and its relation to Christian doc
trine. This evening he will take as a
sermon topic, "Resurrection as the
Soul's Hope." The musical program
was under the direction of Daniel C.
Boston Man Victor in
Dr. F. W. Allen, of Jhe Boston Ath
letic Club, Is temporary possessor of the
Ambassador Jusserand fencing trophy,
and the ambassador Is the possessor of
a little yellow dog as a result of the
fencing tournament held in the Wash
ington Riding Club quarters. Twentieth
and P streets northwest, last night.
There were fifteen bouts of four min
utes each In the tournament, a majority
of seven touches deciding the winner in
ch. In the first Dr. J. E. GIgnoux,
of thf, New York Athletic Club, de
feated C. 'N. Sohlberg, representative of
the Washington Fencing Club. In the
second Dr. Allen defeated R. L. Mac-
Nell. In the third Dr. S. D. Breckcn
ridge defeated J. A. McLaughlin. In
the fourth Allen and GIgnoux, vlctois.
met, and Allen won. McLaughlin de
defeated Allen, and Allen defeated
Breckenrldge. This left Dr. Allen "and
Mr. GIgnoux tie at the end of the fif
teen bouts, each having lost one. They
met again, and Dr. Allen was victorious.
It was while principals and spectators
were hurrying to their carriages that
the ambassador discovered the dog.
The ambassador failed to catch it, and
he assigned the task to his footman.
In a few minutes the ambassador, the
center of all eyes, drove off, with the
dog tucked safely under his sheltering
Held by Kansans
Dr. W. M. Davidson, superintendent
of the schools of the DUtrlct; Con
gressman G. A. Neeley, of Kansas; Dr.
E. C. Franklin, chief chemist of the
hygienic laboratory; Robert W. Wells.
a Washington attorney, and Gen. W. H.
Sears, of Wisconsin, all Kansans, past
or present, were speakers at the fourth
annual banquet of the Kansas Uni
versity Club at the Hotel Continental
About thirty of the alumni and for
mer students of Kansas University were
' present. Reminiscences of college days
were told, Interspersed with college
songs and college yells.
Lectures to Parents
On Sex Instruction
Synopsis of Chapters Already Published
After n. lapse of hundreds of years, fol
lowing a world-cataitrophe that appears
to have destroyed the human race, Allan
Stern, a consulting engineer, and hi
stenographer, Beatrice Kendrlck, awake
from an unprecedented deep. Thoy are
In what li left of Stern's former office
In the tower of the Metropolitan Build
lng. New York.
AME now the evening, ae they
sat and talked together, talked
long and earnestly, there with
in that ruined placs. Too caejer
for somo knowledge of the truth, they,
to feel hunger or to think of tho
conventions of clothing.
Chairs they had none, nor even so
much ns a broom to cltJan the floor
with. Hut Storn, first off, had wrench
ed a murble slab from the stairway.
And utth this plank of Mono still
strong enough to serve, he had scraped
all one corner of the office floor free of
rubbish. An this gavo them a prelim
inary oamplng-placo wherein to take
their hearings and discuss what must
"So. then," the engineer was saying,
as tha lusk grew deeper, "so then,
we'll apparently havt to make this
b. aiding our headquarters for a, while
' Ac nearly a's I can figure, this Is
ubotit what mUBt havo happened. iJomu
sudden, deadly, numbing plague or
cataclysm must have struck the earth
Ionic, long ao.
It may nave been an almost instan-
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Lady's lavalter p'endnnt with 2 small
diamond! and mild chain, Saturday, be
tween 12 and 2 o'clock. Kinder please re
turn to 1814 Calvert it. N. W., or phone
Columbia 2149. Liberal reward. ,j
LOST -Black elvet bag containing gold
watch and clasp and excursion ticket to
Washington. Finder please return to MA
HION NAYI.OH. care or St. Jamee Hotel.
A reward will be given to finder.
FOUND 1 photo. 9 umbrella, 1 hat, 1 chain,
1 cigar case, 4 coats. 6 .packages, 1 card
case, 1 shopping bag, 1 pair rubbers, t suit
case, 3 books, 1 pair gloves, 1 valise. 2
pins, 1 handkerchief, 2 pocketbooks, 1 wallet,
1 watch, 4 ring. WA8HINOTON TER
LOST Baturday afternoon, gold watch, Hun
ter case; monogram M. E. M. on outside
and long chain with turquolso set an6 slide.
Iteward 2701 14th at. N. W. ..
taneouB onset of -some new mid highly
Dr. Price A Morrow, president of the
Society of Sanitary and Moral Prophy
laxis, discussed sex problems before an
audience of physicians, school teachers,
parents of school children, and others
at a meeting at the Public Library laBt
night. Dr. Morrow dwelt upon the
necessity of sex instruction by parents
and properly qualified teachers in the
public schools as a means of stamp
ing out disease and putting an end to
a "double standard of morals."
Congressman to Speak.
Two members of the Congressional
delegation from California will speak
tonight before the members of the Cali
fornia State Association at the regular
monthly meeting of the association to
be held at 8 o'clock in the National
Hotel. The speakers will be Congress
men Joseph R. Knowland and John
E. Raker. An invitation to all Call
fornlang in the District, whether mem
bers or not. Is extended.
fntal micro-organism, i.topacatlnir w
Much marvelous rapldltv that It swept
tho win-id clean in u day uoinc us
work, betore any resistance could bo
organized or thought of.
' Again, aomo poison oils gas mav havo
developed, cither from a fissure In tho
i.'.arth's crust, or otherwise. Other hy
pothtscs ate possible, but of what prac
tical vnluo aro thev now?
"Wo only know that here, in this up
permost of flea of the Tower, the high
est building in the world, you and I
have somehow escaped with only a.
long period of completely uuspenriVd
anlrnntlon. Hojv long? God above
knows! Tr.at s a quel v I can t even
gupsp tho answer to as yet "
"Well, to Judge by nil the changes,"
P.oatrlro suggested thoughtfully, "It
rnn't hae noun less than a hundred
yeats. Great heavens." ond she butRt
into a little satirical laugh. I am 125
years old? Think of that?"
"Vcu underestimate," 8tei'n answer
d. 'But no matter about the time
qi eatinn for the present; we can't
solve it now.
NelthiT can wo solve tho other prob
'em about Kurope and Asia nnd al tho
rest of the wot Id Whether London,
Pftils, Berlin, Rome, and everv other
cltv every other land, has shared this
fato, we simply Jon t know.
"All we can havo Is a feeling of
strong probability that life, human
life I mean. Is everywhere cxtltiei
save rltrht hdre In this room!
"Otherwise, don't you see, men would
have made their way back here again,
back to New York, where all these In
calculable treasures seem to have per
ished, and "
He broke short off. Again, far off.
they heard a faint re-echoing roar. For
a moment they both sat speechless.
What could It be? Some distant wall
toppling down? A hungry beast scent
ing its prey? They could not tell. But
"I guess," said he, "guns will be
about the first thing I'll look for, after
food. There ought to be good hunting
down In the Jungles of Fifth avenue
"You shoot, of course. No? Well, I'll
soon tench you. Lots of things both
of us have got to learn now. No end
He rose from his nlace on the floor.
went over to the window and stood for
a minute peering out Into tho gloom,
Then suddenly he turned.
"What's tho matter with me, any
how?" he exclaimed, with Irritation.
"What right have I to be staying here,
theorizing, when there's work to do?
I ought to be busy this very minute!
"In some way or other I've got to
And food, clothing, tools, arms a thou
sand things. And above all, water! And
hero I've been speculating about the
past, fool that I am!"
"You you aren't going to leave me
not tonight?" faltered the girl.
Stern seemed not to have heard her,
so strong the Imperativeness of action
lay upon him now. Ho began to pace
the floor, sliding and stumbling through
tv,n rnhhlah. n slnculnr flcure In his
tatters, and with his patriarchal hair
and beard, a figure dimly seen by the
faint light that still gloomed through
"In all that wreckage down below.
Raid he, as though half to himself, "In
all that vast congeries of ruin which
once was called New YorK, surety
enough must still remain Intact for our
small needs. Enough till wo can reach
tho land, the country, and raise food
of our own!
"Don't go now!" pleaded Beatrice. She
too, stood up, and now she stretched
her hands to htm. "Don't, please! We
can get along Borne way or other till
morning. At least, I can!"
"No, no. It isn't right! Down In the
shops and stores, who knows but we
might find "
"But you're unarmed. And In the
streets In the forest, rather "
"Listen!" he commanded. rather
abruptly. "This Is no time for hesitating
or for weakness. 1 know you'll stand
your share of all that we must suffer,
dare, and do togetner.
"Romp wnv or other I've cot to make
you comfortable. I've got to locate
food and drink Immediately. Got to net
my bearings. Why. do you think I'm
going to let you, even for one night, go
faBting and thirsty, sleep on bare ce
ment, and all that Bort of thing?
"If so, you're mistaken! No, you must
spare me for an hour or two. Inside of
that time I ought to make a beginning!"
"A whnle hour?"
"Two would probably be nearer it. I
promisp to he back inside of that time."
"But," and her voice quivered Just a
trifle. "But suppose some wolf or
"Oh! T'm not quite so foolhardy as all
that!" he retorted. "I'm not going to
venture outside till tomorrow. My Idea
Is that I can find at least a few essen
tials right here In this building.
"It's a city In Itself or was. Offices,
stores, shops, everything right here to
gether In a lump! It pan't possibly take
rrKT'trerv long to go down and rummage
out something for your comfort.
"Now that the first shock and surprise,
of our awakening are over, we can't go
on In this way, you know h-m dresjed
In well, such exceedingly primitive
Silently she looked at his dim figure
In the dusk. Then she stretched out her
"I'll go, too," said she. quite simply.
"You'd better stay. It's safer here."
"No, I'm going,'
"But If we run Into dangers?"
"Never mind. Take me with you."
Over to her he came. He took her
hand. In silence he pressed It. Thus
the bottles must be lying somo where in
that rubbish heatr over bv the window.''
Ho loft her wondering, and knelt
among tho Utter. For a while ho silent
ly delved through tho triturated bits of
punKy wood and rust-rco meiui inai
now represented tho remains of his
All at once he exclaimed. "Here b
one! And here's another! This certain
ly Is luckl H-ml Shouldn't wonder If 1
got almost all of them back."
One by one ho found a score of thick,
ground-glass vials. Somo were broken,
probably by tho Bhock when they and
the cabinet had fallen, but a good many
still remained Intact.
Among these were the two essential
ones. By tho last dim ghost of light
through tho window and by tho sense of
touch Stern was able to make out tho
engraved symbols "P" and "S" on these
"Phosphorus and sulphur," he com
mented. "Well, what more could I rea
sonably ask? Here's alcohol, too, her
metically sealed. Not too bad, eh?
While the girl watched, with wonder
ing admiration, Stern thought hard a
moment. Tnen ne set to worn.
First he took a pleco of tho corroded
metal framework of the cabinet, a steel
strip about eighteen Inches long, frail
In places, but still sufficiently strong to
serve his purpoBO.
Tearing off somo rags from his coat
slcove, ho wadded them together into a
ball ns big as his fist. Around this ball
ho twisted the metal strip, so that It
formed at once a holder and n handle
for the rag-mass.
With considerably difficulty he worked
the glass stopper out of the alcohol bot
fio nn.l with th fluid saturated the
rags Then, on a clenr bit of tho floor,
he spilled out a small quantity of tho
riVtftranVisiiia fittii atllnhlll".
"This beats getting fire by friction all
hollow." he cheerfully remarked. ' I ye
tried that, too, and I guess It b only In
books a white man ever succeeded at It.
But this wny, you see, it b simplicity
Very moderate faction, with a bit of
wood from the wreckago of the donr,
sufficed to pet the phosphorus ablaze.
Stern heaped on a few tiny lumps of
sulphur. Then, coughing ns im acrid
fumes arose from the sputter of bluj
flame, he applied the alcohol-soaked
Instantly a puff of fire shot up, colot
less and clear, throwing no very satis
factory I'lht, y t capable of dispelling
the thickest of tho gloom.
The hlar.o showed 8tern's eager face,
long-benrded nnd dusty, us ho bent ovet
this crucial experiment.
The girl, watching closely, felt n
strange now thrill of confidence and
solace. Some realization of the pn
glneer's resourcefulness came to her,
and In her heart she hnd confidence
that, thnuarh the whole wldo world had
crumpled into ruin, yet he would find a
way to smooth her path, to be a
ctrength and refuge for her.
Ttnt ntBin hnd no time for any but
matters of Interest practicality. From
the floor he arose, holding the flambcad
In one hand, the bottle of Blcohol In
"Come now," bade he. and raised the
torch on high to light her way. "You're
still determined to go?"
For an answer she nodded. Her eyes
gleamed by tho uncanny light.
And so. together, he leading out of tho
room and along tne wrecuea nan, iney
started on their trip of exploration out
Into the unknown.
LOST Pendant earring set with garnets; 11
I e ward. 1104, The Farragut. Phone.
LOST Gold watch and black Hlk fob with
gold crown engraved with M E. N. Re
ward If returned to 1412 Chapln st. N. W,
RAILWAY mall clerks wantedj $90 month;
Washington examinations My 4; prepara
tion free Franklin Institute, Dept. 42 N,
Itochester. N. Y.
TAILOItff Experienced on women's coats.
Apply at one. JULIUS aAUFINKLE ti
CO., 127 13th St.
TEAMBTEI18 Two colored and 2 laborers;
permnnent employment. Apply Monday or
Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock reidy to work.
FULTON n. OOIIDON'B 8TAULE. Conn,
ave. and Keokuk St., near Chevy Chase. ..
WE DEHIHE to make connections with a
reputable brokerage house or high class
bond and stock salesman for tho placing of a
meritorious proportion before their clients;
no advances but liberal commission. O. Y.
linoWNINO & CO,, 25 UrAad St., New York.
WANTED Ambitious young men to become
traveling salesmen and earn while they
learn: .write for particulars. U!L D8TREET
EfYSTEM. Itochester. N. Y.
LOST lly errand boy, who will have to
return If not found. 2 110 bills; between
District National Hank and 10th and Eye
sts. X. W. rtsward if returned to 925 Eye
St. N. XV. !
LOST Tuesday, between 6:20 and t, gold
watch; closed face with Initials K. V, A.
In front; engraving In back. Reward for
return to 209 C st. B. E. ..
L08T Between lit and 2d on D St. N, E.,
April 3, from wagon, package containing
3 hats. Kultable reward tor return ADAMS
EXPP.EBB, 2d and Eye ats. X. E.
BTHAYED from 15S2 16th St. N. W., 8 a. m.
, April t, male brlndlc bull. Reward. 1..
WE NEED LADIES
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this ad tho Mirror Institute of
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National Auto College,
I In and O sts. N. W. Open Until p. m.
FOR RENT ROOMS
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front rooms; completely furnished; 2 bal
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nnd bath; best position In the city; reason
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L ST. N. W., 27 One neatly furnished sec
ond floor nom next to bath, $7.
F ST. N. E., llS5-Two nice bright rooms;
2d floor, adjoining bath; furnished.
8TH ST N. E., 108-Two large bright rooms
on second floor near bath; prlxate family;
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N ST. N. w., HH-Threc nicely fur. rooms;
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3D ST. N. W., 601-t.arge front parlor; new
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L ST. N. W 2-KurnIhed front room, In
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MIES ANNIE L. MURRAY, Teacher of
Banjo, Mandolin, Guitar.
Etudlo, U O st. N. W. Phane W. 321
10TH ST., N. W., 1131-Fur. rooms; southern
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II 8T N. v.. 912 Hall room; southern ex
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CON N. AVE., 812-FlnIy furnished rooms:
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WHERE TO DINE-
C ST. B, E.. 331 Three connecting rooms fur
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EVE ST. N. V MO-Nlcely furnished rooms
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3D BT. N. V.. 216-Nlcely furnished front
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MI8B WELLS-Proresslonal manicurist. 30
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STRAYER'S BUSINESS COLLEGE.
Old Masonlo Temple, cor. 9th and K sts. N. W.
IIUSHELMAN. Call Monday morning. 1&2I
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BOOKKEEPER Double-entry: state experi
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COOK $18, no washing or Ironing; bt ref
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COOK ami chambermaid,
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DRESSMAKER'S HELPER; long season;
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OIRLS for mangle, coat machines, folders,
hand tronerv and shakers, come ready for
work Monday. NATIONAL LAUNDRY CO.,
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LADIES big pay cop) Ing addresses at h"me;
particulars 6c stamps. HOKICON Agvno),
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AGENTS lllg money selling our cop righted
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11TH ST. N. W.. SOS Two adjoining rooms
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H ST. N, W.. 018 Third floor front nnd
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SHAVING made easy with Perrette's Ameri
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O ST. N XV.. 407 Large bright well fur-
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C BT. S. E.. 317-Furnlshed room, within
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HOUSEKEEPERS This week drdlnary win
dows expertly cleaned 6c each. ELI-IOTT,
1400 I St. N XV. Postal, Phone Is. 39a8. .
WANTED Furniture for cash. Sell your
goods to the man who gives you the most
money, gee HOPWOOD. th and K. 1
WANTED English baby carriage; second
hand; state price. Address 3337 N St. Nw.
HIGHEST CASH prices paid for worn cloth
ing, either ladies' or gentlemen's: send
postal; will call. B. TARSilES. 1308 7th at.
N. W. Phone North 4W.
J. AELPER. 1222 7th st. N. W., pays highest
caah prices for ladles', men's, and chil
dren's cast-off clothing. Drop postal.
A Continuation of Tlilsj Story AMU
De Found In Tomorrow's
Issue of The Times.
LADIES make shields at home, 110 per 100;
work sent prepaid to reliable women; par
ticulars for stamped Addressed envelope.
EUREKA CO., Dept. 36, Kalamazoo. Mich.
LAUNDRESS Colored, $23; colored girl,
chambermaid, 120. stay nlghte; white cham
bermaid. TUCKER'S RELIABLE AGENCY.
1625 11th at. N. XV.
MANGLE HAND. Apply ELITE LAUNDRY,
WJ., 2117 14th 2. W.
MILLINER AND SEVERAL SALESLADIES
at once. Apply HIRBH'S NEW DEPART
MUN'T STORE. 1014 7th St. N. XV.
OPERATORS on ladles' wash dresse and
skirls', power machines and piece work Ap
ply Washington Garment Co., 52 II at. N. W.
RAGTIME IN 20 WESSONS. Write for book-
let. CHRISTENSBN SCHOOL. 13.B L
st. N. XV.
SALESWOMEN In mlssew" and women's eult.
coat, and dress departments, only thoe
with best references as regards character and
ability need apply. Call before 10 a m.,
JULIUS GARFINKLE A CO . 13th and F sts
WAITRESS Experienced white
N. J ave N. W
WAITRESSES-Four. white, at the
Hotel, on Q, bet. 16th and 17th sts.
EXCELLENT opportunity. accident and
health Insurance, full time or spare time;
agents ?a!l at room 10, l-art'ncr- Illdg . 617
14th st N W, from 8 to 10 evenings. FI
DELITY ACCIDENT COMPANY. Long es
tablished In this district
AGENTS Bells from fact-iry to uer; new
proposition, sells nn sight, big protlts; er
manent employment Write for sample and
particulars. The Modern Home Supply House,
S27 Union ave.. Room 15. N Y. City, N. Y.
LIVE AGENTS are coining money with bur
outfit vhlch doubles the life of auto tires.
Send for booklet CHESTNUT SPECIALTY
CO 3102 Chestnut ave , Baltimore. Md
AGENTS wanted to sell household goods on
installment 1714 7th st N W.
EARN J30 weekly teklng orders for cut rate
groceries, outfit free Standard Mercantile
Company. Hippodrome bldg . Cleveland. Ohio
CAPABLE salesmen to cover Virginia with
staple line, high commission1; 3100 monthly
advance nnd permanent position to right
man.JEfrB H SMITH CO. Detroit. Mich.
JOHN MARSHALL PL. N. W.. 322 Fur
nished rooms, light housekeeping; heat and
35 ST. N. W.. 618 Three furnished rooms
for light housekeeping, heat and gas; rea
TH ST. N. XV.. 523 Large front room; 3
beds; other looms, central; transients. 1"
N. J. AVE. X W .-1033 Housekeeping, 3
completely furnished front rooms; gas
lunge, adults. 1
FURNISHED BACHELOR APARTMENTS,
near Capitol. Phona Lincoln 24SS.
CONN. AVE. X. XV.. 1222 Two large front
rooms, furnished: Dhone service; with or
without board. North 7513. 1..
I! BT. N. E.,
WANTED Furniture, Pianos. Carpets, etc.
Phone M. 1282 for wagon, or have us calL
"WESCHLER'B," 820 Pa. ave. N. W. 1 .
WANTED To buy old feather beds. When
selling, why not drop postal to MARKS it
CO.T Old reliable firm. 423 10th. opposite
gas office, or phone Col. 861-M.
617 Two furnished rooms, with
N BT. X. XV., 619 Furnished rooms, all con
veniences, 11.25 week. bath. 1
G ST. X. XV., 415 Furnlkhcd back room, lady
or gentleman, also hall room. ..
6T1I BT. X. XV. 71 Fine large rooms for
summer; southern front, ti month: also
room 15 month.
FOR RENT ROOMS
SIDE LINK, pocket samples, 10 minutes, 110
commission, high-grade men only, no other
need apply Advertising Xovelly Co., Xew
HOUSEKEEPING flat, 4 bright rooms; 2d
floor, heat, gas, bath; cheap to adults. 22
D st. N. W.
1S15 Three-room flat.
WOMAN White, reliable, for general house
work In country, small wages, good home.
Call 1004 E St. X. W !
WOMAX White, nurse, at once, stay nights;
gooa reference. 3J37 x st. x. w i
WOMAN Colored, as cook, references re
qulred. Apply 623 2d st. N W.
WOMAN Colored to do cooking, washing,
and Ironing, and general housework. 601
K M. N. E.
YOUNG UDV, white, as waitress and assist
in general work; hours 8 to 5 CRESCENT
LUNCH, 2d and C st. N. XV.
LAUNDRESS, first class, washing to take
home or day's work out. 203 Virginia ave
to nurve or housework.
U nnd V sts N. W.
WANTED By flrst-clasa laundress, work by
the day. 2113 10th st. X XV. V
HELP WANTED MALE
BECOME our representative; position per
manent; double your present Income, others
doing it making 110 to ISO dally Experience
unnecessary. Write today. Davis Toilet Co..
904 Carroll ave.. Chicago.
BICYCLE REPAIR MAX First-class.
T. X. MUDD. Jr.. 1223 X. Y. ave. X. XV.
for a moment they stood. Then, arous
ing hlmeelf to action, he said; "First of
all. a light."
"A utrnt! how can you make a
llKht? Why, thre Isn't a match left
anywhare In this tvhole world."
"I know, but there are other things.
Probably my chemical flasks and vials
aren't Injured. Glass is practically Im
perishable. And If I'm not mistaken.
'M-HI I'lHl'lllll I-M"M-K"M"I-
GEO. AMREIN, "
;The Home of Ice Cream-
Price $1.00 per gal.; 50c -gal.; '.'.
All Orders Delivered promptly. '
OUR CANDIES AND PASTRY '. '
ARE THE BEST. ; ;
CALL MAIN 2238 ::
: 1099 N. Y. Ave. N. w.::
:,l.,I..l,.I.,l..I..ll.,l.,llI..IH..l,.il, 1 1 ,t..M..i,
SLIP COVERS TO ORDER
Five-piece aulte only 13.48. A 20-yard suite
best material used. Call M. 7033 and repre
sentative will call with sample. 812 F st. nw.
1.000 FLOORS CLEANED FREE to demon
strate our lelf-sudtlng floor scrubbing and
drying machine. HOME COMFORT CO.,
HOX. 6g. Times office. !
for bundle wrappers and floor
service. Must be 16 years old
or over. Good salary and per
manent positions. Apply to
C. O. NORRIS,
LANSBURGH & BROS.
BOY Xeat white for soda fountain. Apply
at once, GOLDENDERG'S, 7th and K sts.
BOYS over It years old. with blcyclss. Ap
ply WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH. Oy.
FICE, 1401 F st.
BU8HELMAN wanted, good pay. J MAKE
OVER & CO., 1416 New York ave.
WANTED Poeltlor by rellned. educated, en-
ergeuc young man, teat rets. 224 3a S. E.
WASHINGTON'S NEW DAXCIXG STUDIO.
Miss Chapplear, 1421 Q st N. W. North 65U.
Six lessons 12.50. DANCE AT THE AK
CADE OX THURSDAY. APRIL 11. 1
PROF. WYNDHAM. SI 6 12th N. W.. elass
7:30; dancing 8:30 to 11; every Tue., Thur. &
Sat. ;ve. Teaches all dances, private lessans
any hour; lesson 60c. 6 for 12.10. Phone M. (67).
G ST. N. E . 1213 Three large rooms tecond
flnci with gas and bath, ill a month.
10TH ST N. XV.. 1123-Two large unfurnished
roums 2d tl front, large cloeets, gas, I h. k.
F ST X. E.. 3T Third floor, three large
unfurnished rooms, newly papered, large
closets, near Capitol and G. P. O.
TH ST. X. W , 12122 or 3 rooms, 2d Moor,
I. h. k. , heat and gas, private family.
F ST. X. E. 101t 3 rooms and bath, l.h k.
private family, good location.
Ladies, 25c. Gents, 50c.
Palmist, Clairvoyant, Card Readings
Can be consulted on all affairs'. Love, Court
ship, and Marriage. Gives truthful revela
tions on love affairs, family troubles, un
happy marriages. Prof. Clay restores lost
affections, reunites separated, settles lovers'
quarrels. He can win the man or woman
jou low. Can make your husband or wife
love you. Tells how to overpower your ene
mies. Gives full secret how to control and
charm anyone you love or meet. He cures
all kinds of mysterious or unnatural sickness.
Removes spells. Gives luck. Twenty-seven
years established. All business eacred and
confidential. Hours, 10 a. in. to S p. in.
Closed Sundays. 101 North Fairfax st., Alex
MRS. R. LUSBY.
LANGUAGE OF THE HAND AND CARDS
SYSTEMATICALLY READ. PARLORS FOR
LADIES ONLY. S3S XEW YORK AVE. N.
W. CLOSED SUXDAY. 11:30 to 9:30 P. M.
PEER OF ALL PALMISTS AND MEDIUMS.
614 19th st. X. XV., between F nnd G ats.
MME. STANLEY, Royal Gypsy Camp.
World-famed palmist, late from London and
Paris, scientific readings dally: satisfac
tion guaranteed. Ladles and gentleman cor
dially Invited. 15TH AND H X. E. 2 to 10.
MME. BANZI, !,.? p"-mN't0
p. m. Including Son. Reunites- separated.
1ST ST X. XV . 203i Two or three looms,
second floor: light housekeeping; all con
3D ST. S. E.. .218 Three second floor front
rooms, light housekeeping; all conveniences;
S. CAP. ST.. 31S Three large housekeeping
rooms; range, water, near Capitol; 2 car
lines. Adults. 19.
BTH ST. X. XV.. 1825 Two front unfurnished
rooms, second floor; light housekeeping; pri
vate family. 1..
2D ST. X, W , 609 Large bright unfurnished
rooms for housekeeping; water and bath.
DAVISOX'S, Trof. & Mrs., 713 tth St. N. W.
Latest dances taught any hour; class and
dances, Tue. ev. l'h. M. 4684. Assembly
dance Wed. & Sat, eves., Xat. Rifles Arra'y.
M'D'ME COULTER and Little Lady Wood.
917 U st. X W. If ou can walk we can
leach jou tu waltr. North 43S3.
CARPENTER for general real estat work,
and one painter Apply to SMITH'S LUM
BER YARD. 1st and Ind. ave. X. XV. 1..
GILBERTS. 923 F 8T. N. W.
CHEF First-class. Apply
CAFE. 10th and B sts. N
DON'T work for others: start mall order
business at home; I made 18,(00 Iiim ear,
let me tell ou how; Instructive loklet free.
VOORHIES, Desk K, Omaha. Nabr.
EARN 130 weekly taking orders for cut rate
groceries; outfit free; Standard Mercantile
Company, Hippodrome Building, Cleveland,
GARDENER and useful man for the country.
1743 R. I. ave.
HOUSE MAN Middle aged; J18: best refer
ences: stay nights. MRS. X., Bethesda,
Md. Phono Cleveland 17-F. 1
PRIVATE DANCING SCHOOL.
Only one taught at a time.
Latest Dances. Two Instructors.
Belasco Theater, top 0. Select. Ph. M.6823-T.
GLOVER'S, 613 22d st. N. W. Prl. lessons.
COc; waltz & 2-step guar. In lessons; class
and dance Tue., Thurs., Sat. eve., 2Sc; ball
room for rent. 16. Orchestra. Phone W. 112.
MISSES CHAMBERLAIN AND COBB'3
Dancing Studio, 218 Eye St. X. W. Dano
every Mon. at Arcade. 8:30. Phone M. 2812.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
PADDED vans. 14 & 15 Id.: 2-h. wagon, 13 Id.
Phone Main 1915-1916.
COLUMBIA TRANSFER & STORAGE CO.,
906 N. Y. ave. N. W.
Packing and Shipping. Storage. S3 van load.
N. XV.. 921
Rooms. IS month with gas.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Furnisfied and Unfurnished.
STH ST. N. XV.. 1501 Two fur. or unfur.
front rooms suitable for 1. h. k , use of
bath and gas. rent $12 Phone X. 74(8.
M RAY Washington's old reliable palmist
and card reader. Consult this born clalr
voant on buatnees. love, marriage, and spec
ulation. Hours, It a. m. to 9 p. m. Closed
on Sunday. 931 Xew York ave. N W.
PROF. FITZGERALD, clairvoyant, palmist.
future and past; courtship, marriage, and
business; satisfaction guaranteed. 517 13th st.
CASTRO Scientific palmist. Reliable read
ings. Tell all you wish to know. Reunites
the separated. Causes speedy marrlagos.
Helps in all love and business. 804 K st. N.
W over Fruit Store. Low Fees. --
Prof. Prince, 1611 11th N. W,
If jou aro In trouble see me. If the one
you love Is growing cold, see rne. If youi
luck Is bad. see me. !
ZEXITA. VERA. J
We control events: never fall.
1228 7TH ST. X. XV. !
Palmist and card reader, reliable advice on
all affairs. 508 6th St. X. W. J
MRS. E. II. BENNETT, renowned astrolo-
glst; readings 11; palmistry 50c (Her boos
In Congressional Library. 731 13th st. N. W.
1ITH ST X. W.. 1220 Two alcove rooms; 2d
floor front, 3 rooms on 3d floor front.
Q St7X. W.. 637 Two second floor front
rooms, furnished or unfurnished; light
hourekeeplng uermltted. !
ROOMS AND BOARD
D ST. X. XV., 118 Xlce single and double
front room, with good board, early break
fast, near Union Station; reasonable. 1..
3D ST. X. XV , 511 Nicely furnished room for
gentleman or couple; good board. ..
WANTED ROOMS & B0AKD
BY' REFINED young man, with private fam-
ilv , would prefer place with other voung
people. Address II. XV. H., 506 E st. X. E.
1-arge. Airy Roomt. 75 Cents Per Load.
615 La. Ave. X. XV.
BHOWCARD8, SIGNS, POSTERS.
Quick Service. Prices Moderate.
623 B st. N. W.
DR. A. V. HALL, Veterinarian
Specialist in dog and cat diseases.
tl7 STH ST. N. W. PHONE MAIN 46U.
THE only face powder ever prepared for col
ored people; naturally tinted; lasting; beau
tifully scented. Send 10c for large, sample
package. L. R. SMITH, Gen, Delivery, city,
WASHINGTON VIOLIN HOSPITAL.
String Instrument repairing; work guaranteed,
W. Ecott Herman, sth and A X. E. Lin. 3427.
HAIRDRES8ING, MANICURING. FACIAL
MASSAGE. Engagements for treatment at
your home. Ladle only. 922 F st. N. W.
50 LABORERS WANTED
Good wages, steady work, and quarter
provided for first-class labor on land Improve
ments at "Edgewood," Bethesda, Montgom
ery Co., Md. Apply to JAMES H. 8TARKEY.
MAX Young colored, ae porter In dry goods
Apply 820 7th at N. XV.
MEN' WANTED to sell trees and plants;
commissions payable weekly; no experience
or capital required; write for free outfit.
Brown Broe. Nu-serles, Rochester, N. V.
PRESSER and cleaner, first class man to
take charge of business. Apply 476 II st. aw.
PRESSER First-class; ladles' and gents'
garments', good pay.; steady work. 1312 31st
st. X. W.
3203 Mt. Pleasant street
PRESSER Good; wanted at once; good
wages; steady Job. 1743 L at X. W.
STORAGE HAULED FREE
H. BAUM is SON. 912 PA. AVE.
RATES $1.00 PER MONTH,
PHONE M. 1254.
ESTABLISHED 36 YEARS.
GET OUR ESTIMATES on absolutely fire
proof storage, moving, packing. UNITED
STATES STORAGE CO., 418-20 10th St. N. W
Phone M. 422!
BIRDS AND ANIMALS
CANARIES, male and female, cats, dogs,
rabbits, guinea pigs, white rats and mice,
etc. Let US' board your bird or panot Phone.
XORHIS PET STORE, 1407 Fla. Ave. X. XV.
MALE AND FEMALE CANARIES. Breed
Ing cages, fancy poultry and Incubators,
dogs, raoblts, guinea plfr, white rata and
mice, goldfishes, etc.
SCUMID'S PET EMPORIUM.
712 12th St. N. W. 1-
BY A COUPLE with child, 5 years old In
private family (Catholic preferred); central.
Addrcas J. L. N., Station G Postofflce, Gen.
ORIGINAL GYPSY PALMIST.
Whole Fortune Told. 30o.
Open XlghU. 1723 Sth at. N.
MRS. PAULINE EDEl.EE
MOST CELEBRATED AND RELIABLE
Spiritual Medium of the day, will give pri
vate readings dally on all affairs of Ufa
Names and facts. 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.
PRICE 25( 5oc
649 A STREET N. E.
SEANCE MEETINGS' Tues. and Thurs
evening, 8 p m. sharp. Readings dally
MRS. KATHERINE ROTH, 700 6th St. S. E
MEETINGS Mon., Wed.. Frl.. 8 p. ra
sharp; a message to each; dally readings
Mrs. MALTBY. 933 M St. N. XV. Phone N.3K4
BY MAN In business, room near Arcade;
ivt to exceed 13 month. BOX 571. Times
NOTICE TO LADIES
GOLD SEAL CREAM
PERFECT FLESH FOOD
Handled exclusively bv
.MRS. L. CADMAX,
Manicuring and Hair Dressing.
Our Egg Shampoo a Specialty.
728 11th ST. N. V.
SPECIAL SALE of French Easter bonnets,
very low prices, new management, remod
eling done equul to new R. Cohen. 705 II ne.
FEATHERS cleaned, curled, dyed and
dressed: plumes vvlllowed a specialty; all
hand work; reasonable prices. M. C. DALY.
47 II st. N. XV.
BOTH FEET, 50c.
Room 223. Oxford Bldg.. 14th and N. T. ave.
PORTER with wheel. Apply A. M. KEEN.
1313 F St. X. W j ,
RAGTIME In 2) lessons. Write for booklet.
CHRISTE.NEEX SCHOOL, 1326 L iU
U. S. UPHOLSTERING CO.,
The best and cheapest place In town.
tu r n. xv. ru.ii. loji -
C. T, HUNTER'S SANITARY DUST-KJLL
IN'G FLOOR OIL Keeps the floors cleai
and bright, gives them polished finish; guo
for your furniture; try It; 60c gal. delivered
phone M. 5458, office 113 Pa. ave. nw.. Wash
ington, D. C , U. S. A. Used by the U S
Gov't and over 6,000 families for last 25 yeans
The ONLY place to buy C. T. HUNTER'!
FLOOR OIL is at the FACTORY-, 113 Pa
ave. N. XV.
DON'T BUY FLOOR OIL until you've trte
ours; 33c gal. ENTERPRISE HARDWARE
CO.. 927 9th st. X. W. Phone M. 5051.
DROP AROUND TO HOPKINS' AND TIP
A GI.A8S OF BUTTERMILK. NOT Till
SOURKINDTHATYOU GET ELSEWHERE
HOPKINS, 195 CENTER MARKET
SMALL WORK EXCLUSIVELY)
WORKINGMEX A ham sandwich with a
cold bottle fill the throttle, and hits the
spot, and slightly used suits 13 to 110 saves
the cash, and rakes In the pot, one price
JUSTUS OLD STAND. 619 D. -
PIANO TUNING. 11.60; POUSHINa, tl.K.
All player-piano and organ work guaranteed.
Main 2t3, or drop postal to HERMAN'S
PLAYER-PIANO SHOP. 112ft ra. ave. n. w.
M. H. PHILPITT. Reliable Umbrella am
Parasol Maker. Repairing and re-covering
Cravenette, gloria, and silk. 11. 901 E st. Nw
PAINTS AND OILS
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS,
THE NATIONAL PAINT CO.. .
1TU ST. AND PA. AVE. MAIN T06
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