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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, 3IAY 2B, 1&12. 3
FOR RESIDENCE ON
' SHERIDAN CIRCLE
Former New Yorker Will
Construct Home to
'' Cost $70,000.
J. H. do Slbour, architect, has com
pleted plans for tho construction of
a large residences for A. U. Ernmons,
formerly of Now York, which the lat
ter will build at tho northeast cor
ner of Twonty-fdurth and S streets
northVest. The house will bo one of
the best In tho vicinity of Sheridan
Circle and will cost about $70,000.
Tho lot Is 97 by 100 feet In size,
large enough for the formal garden
which will extend along tho north
side of the house and tho terraces on
the south and west. Tho house Is
to be of th Georgian typo of archi
tecture, with brick and stono as
materials. It is to be three stories
high with about twenty rooms.
Mr. do Slbour, who is also tho archi
tect for the proposed $2,600,000 hotel to
be built on tho site of the Corcoran
building, said today that tho financial
plans for the new hotel wore progress
ing. Me has eomnletod n set of rtlnni
'for the building, but at a meottng or
xnose interested yesterday certain ae
Ipartures wero determined upon.
Buys New Dwelling.
Mrs. Mabel S. RIgdon has purchased
from Harry Wnrdman tho new two
i story, slx-roorrt dwelling at 2923 8herman
avenue northwest, at the corner of Co
lumbia road, and will oeennv It. Thn
I sale Was made through the office of
Shannon & Latchs, tho price being
.'1050. This Is one" of Mr. Wardman's
Sherman avenue operations of 112
houses which aro now being built.
No Panic Here.
A well-known Washington real estate
j man on his return today from a busi
ness trip to Pittsburgh Is strongly of
the opinion that business conditions
hero are In a very much better state
I than In the Smoky City, where money
Is always supposed to be easy.
The Washington man went to Pitts
burgh to sell a piece of Pennsylvania
avenue property for a Washington
client. He found that ho could not get
1 an offer for even half of Hb value nor
ta loan for a third of Its value. Asking
the cause of his Pittsburgh agent, tho
Washington man was told that Pitts
burgh uas "In a panic," and money
"Why, haven't you felt the panic In
Washington?" tho agent asked.
"No," replied the Washington man,
"things aro good In "Washington; wo
never have panics In Washington, any
way." The Washington man is the head
of one of the oldest real estate firms In
Overlook Inn Sold.
With only the principals themselves
as bidders for the property, Overlook
Inn and tho 188 surrounding acres of
tho Bliss-Havemeyer tract was sold
at auction yesterday afternoon for a
total of JS6.770, pursuant to tho de
cision of tho court last week. Over
look Inn Itself and twelve acres about
It was bid In by Col. Archibald M.
Bliss for $2,050 an acre. Other par
cels went for $200, $310 and $600 an
acre to W. Butler Duncan, son-in-law
of the lata Theodore A. Havemeyer,
who with Colonel Bliss purchased tho
property twenty-two years ago for
About fifteen years ago Overlook
Inn was built with the purpose of de
veloping the property. Tho property
Is located nearly at the District line,
cast of Randlo Highlands
Elect New Officers.
Edgar G. Gunn, of Richmond, Va.,
was elected president of the Southern
Building Corporation, which owns and
operates the Southern building at Fif
teenth and H streets northwest, at
Its annual meeting In Alexandria yes
terday afternoon. Warner Moore, of
Richmond, was elected vice president;
William Frank Thyson, of Washing
ton, treasuror; R. H. McNeill, of
Washington, secretary, and Charles A.
Douglas, of Washington, counsel.
DROP OF FIVE CENTS
IN BUTTER PRICES
Further Reductions Are Predicted
With Coming of Hot
A drop of 5 cents per pound In the
retail price of best qualities of buter,
j with corresponding reductions on other
I grades, Is quoted by most dealers in
I "Washington this morning. Best butter
is worth 35 cents per pound.
, This reduction, which has been over
due for some time, dealers spy, fol
I lowed a drop of 2 cents per pound in
I the wholesale price, set by the Elgin
I Butter Boaid today. It has been ox
J pected for several weeks, but has been
i delayed on account of the extra short
I supply of butter in cold storage, and
the high price of feed for dairy nerds,
prior to the coming of spring pastures.
1 Other reductions In the price will fol
i low with the coming of hot weather.
dealers say. There Is a good grade of
i fresh country butter now being offered
along farmers' row In the public mar
kets, which ranees from 23 cents to 23
cents per pound.
Tho egg market holds Arm at 23 ceots
per dosen retail, 20 cents per dozen
wholesale being asked. The demand now
is heavy for storage eggs, so that eggs
probably will not go a great dealer
cheaper for several weeks, at least.
Colored Man Halts
Wild West Parade
Charged with violating; the police reg
ulations by obstructing the parade of
Toung Buffalo's Wild WeBt Show, a
colored man, who said he was Andrew
Bcott. of 1421 Decatur street northwest,
was arrested shortly befoie noon today
by Police Sergeant Yates, of the Ninth
Scott attempted to drive a horse at
tached to a delivery wagon through the
parade at First street and Pennsylvania
avenue, when the animal became un
manageable, halting the procession for
Paroled Patient From
Asylum Is Held Here
Miss Virginia Kitchen, thirty-two
I years old, was taken In custody today
by Detectives Vermillion and McNamee
as a fugitive from the Virginia State
Insane Asylum at Winchester. She was
sent to tho Washington Asylum Hos
pital pending arrangements for her re
' rnoval to Winchester.
Miss Kitchen was a paroled patient of
the Virginia asylum. She was taken In
custody at the request of the super
intendent of the Institution.
RECALL DATE OE
Witness From Scranton
Proves to Have Strangely
Although tho Houso Judiciary Commit
too lneetlgntlng charges against Judge
Archbald, of the commerce court, made
ovory effort today to have Lawyor
George M. Watson, of Scranton, declare
definitely whether his conferenco In Oc
tobor, 1911, with Judgo Archbald, waft
before or after Watson conferred with
President Triiesdell, of tho Lackawanna,
rolattve to tho salo of the Uolands' cos
company, Watson refused to UBsert posi
tively that his meeting with Truesdoll
was after ho saw Judgo Archbald.
"I presume It might hove been bo
forc," said tho witness, but his momory
failed him on this occasion as it did on
a number of others.
John C. Saegor, an attorney for tho
Lackawanna, bald ha believed tho Bo
lands' suit against the Lackawanna
practically amounted to blackmail.
Tells of Boland Suit.
John iy. Saeger, of South Orango,
N. J an attorney for tho Lackawanna
railroad, was tho fitst witness called
toda. Ho Is tho man who wroto sev
eral letters to Interstate Commerco
Commissioner Meyer regarding the Bo
land's rate controversy and claims
against the Lackawanna. Saeger ex
pressed tho opinion that tho Roland
suit against tho Lackawanna was
"practically blackmail," and that view
appeared to coincide with the olleged
statement of President Truesdcll, of tho
Lackawanna, that it was a "hold-up."
George M. Watson, a lawyer of
Scranton, was then recalled and closely
questioned by Representative Norrls
about the trip Watson made to Wash
ington In October, 1911, to get the record
of tho Interstate Commerco Commis
sion In the Meeker coal rate case, and
at which time ho saw Judgo Archbald
In this city.
Watson was shown a Commerco
Court pamphlet today, which ho had
forgotten about yesterday. He, Identi
fied It as one of the things for wliich he
made the trip to Washington. He said
counsel for Judge Archbald, Mr. Worth
lngton, called his attention to It today
and the fact had refreshed his memory.
Watson was quizzed at length by
Chairman Clayton as to his trip to
Washington to seo Judge Archbald. To
day Watson was not suro but what
he made a trip to seo Truesdell and
Loomis before, he came to Washington
to see Judgo Archbald. This was con
sidered important by the committee
which wants to know If Watson camo
to Washington solely to see Judgo Arch
bald, or at least not for tho sole pur
pose of obtaining briefs from the Com
Watson was shown a telegram sent to
Arctibald from Philadelphia wbile no
was en route to Washington. It in
formed the Judge. Watson would meet
him at tho Raleigh Hotel and to please
"leave instructions." Watson said the
"Instructions" wero mrely designed to
let him know where he could talk with
Watson was excused and Saeger re
called. Saeger said he never hod any
communication with Judgo Archbald
and contradicted the testimony of Law
jer Reynolds of Scranton, who was once
employed by tho Bolands.
For Fourth Celebration
Committee? to have charge of tho
Fourth of July celebration In Pctworth
were named at a mass meeting of the
citizens of Petworth held last night at
tho L'nlted Presbyterian Church, Georgia
and New Hampshire avenues northwest.
Tho chairman of these committees aro
Henry M. I..C Due, executive and ccle
biation; Paul Lesh, finance; Edwin
Flnkle, fireworks; D. J. Partello, seat
ing and refreshments; J. W. Carr, ath
letics, and C. Li. Gable, publicity.
Athletic games of all kinds will be
hold In tho morning, with a baseball
Rumo and patriotic exercises in tho
afternoon nnd fireworks at night. Tho
celebration will be held at tho terminus
of tha Soldiers' Home car line.
London Dock Carmen
Return to Employment
LONDON. May 2S. The carmen em
ployed on tho Royal Albert docks re
ported for woik today. There was a big
fiowd of strlkors and pickfti about the
dock entrances, but thov did not meet
the men, nnl there was no disorder.
The government ofllolals were hopeful
todav that they would be able spoedlly
to Crtmpiomlsa tho stilke.
DON'T GROW BALD
Take Care of Your Hair
While You Have Hair
To Take Care Of.
It's a cafe ten to one be1 that the
jouncr iTWti ho uses PARISIAN
SAOB as an occasional hair dressing
will never crow bald
There's t rcanon. of course, and It'p
a verv good and sufficient one.
Dandruff Bvrim cause falling hair
and In due time baldness.
PARISIAN S A 3 E
prevents baldness, bv
tlestrojlng tho causo
of boifinoss 11. i i t
tle rjetslstent vocifer
ous dandruff tferm.
If you Imvo dan
druff or itchlns scalp
it means that dan-
lviirkwiniB"'ut' serins are sap-
lAllUKUrrpin8r ,ne vltaltv from
the rootu of your
frPEfWfQnalr' 3et r,d ot all
VljUjTCJrlOhar troubles bv u
". Ins; TARIoIAN SAOH
IJia IT It la not a dj e. mind.
" " you, neither does It
contain polFonoiu nig . t
even sulphur PARISIAN SAGi: Is a
tsclfntific pref-aiuttoti that ahol!shs
dandruff, stops falling hair and scalp
Itch, and makes hair grow lustrous nnd
Alanv younu women as we'l as men
are growlntr bald and for th. same
T'se dollchtful. refreshlnc PARIS
TAN SAGS: it noutishts tho hair roots,
if the roots are not dead, and brings to
evrv user a head of kIciIolim hair
radiant and fp sol rutin I-arce botthi
for 60 cents at drug and department
stores and totli-t goods counters. See
Ihlt you set PARISIAN SAGK. The
Bill with the alburn hair Is on every
carton and bottle.
James O'Donnell and Htary Evan
COLUMBUS MEMORIAL- UNVEIL-
INO REVIEWING STAND
Reservations for reviewing stand
scati aro now being made and entered
In tho order of their receipt by Alfred
Maer at the Family Bhoe Store, 110
Seventh street northwest.
The actual ticket! will be ready for
distribution during tho laMer part of
the week, but all requisitions will be
honored In the order of their receipt
by Mr. Mayer. Price of tlcketi are $1
and $1.50 each. Tlckots for the "acred
concert on Bunday nlglit, June 9, are
now on aalo at Droop'a and at the
office of the secretary. 606 B atreet
northwett, prlco 50 cents.
Chairman Citizens' Committee.
KILL, 'em quick. Don't let files, mosqultos,
ants, mice, or bedbugs drive you out of
house and home. Hunter's Cedar Spray ex
terminates them Immediately and makes your
house a clean, comfortable, termless house,
free from all pert. Aa a disinfectant and
deodorizer. Hunter's Cedar Spray has no
equal. Large can, enough to supply a 6-room
house, for 35 cents, Including sprayer, dot
busy today. Call or phone 111 Pa, avo. M.
6458 Will not stain bid clothes
E. n. PITCHER, of 1246 Wisconsin nve., and
NORMAN N. PHELPS, formerly with W.
B. Holttclaw, Builders and General Con
structors, have purchased the Holtzclaw
business, which will bo known as thn
PITCHER-PHELPS CO., 1705 Pa. ave. N. W.
Phone Main 1700 Thanking you for your
OFFICE OP THE GEORGETOWN GAS
LIGHT COMPANY, 1118 29th street nortn
west. May SO, 1911.
A meeting of the Stockholders of this Com
pany, for the election of seven directors, will
be held at this cfflce Monday, June 3. 1911
Polls open from 12 m. to 1 p. m.
Books for transfer of stock will be closed
from May 20 to June 3. 1912, Inclusive
ROBERT MIDDLETON. Secretary.
DR. A. V. HALL, Veterinarian,
SPECIALIST IN DOG AND CAT DISEASES.
Hi7 T1I ST. N. W. PHONE MAIN 1689.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Bracelet of greon Egyptian scarabs.
Joined with gold links. Reward If returned
to 1720 21st at. N. W.
LOST Sunday afternoon, from Mt. Pleasant
to Speedtva), by way of Mt Pleasant car
line, a child's heart-shaped locket (gold):
marked "Margaret Somervlllc " Reward If
returned to 1632 Newton st.
LOST On Sat., May 25, on Maine ave , bet.
it and tth, one cigar box with valuable
papers Inside. Finder return to 215 H st.
N. E. and receive liberal reward.
LOST Dog. screw -tall Boston, brlndle bull;
tag No. 9975 Reward. 1104 11th st. N. W.
Phone N. 2675
LOTT Phi Alpha Delta Fraternity pin set
with opal. Reward for return to 2515 14th
st N W. 1
LOST One black hand satchel with papers
of the owner giving full Information of
ownership Liberal reward paid for return
Phone Columbia 910. Lincoln 1979 Will call
LOST Gold bracelet at Glen Echo, Saturday
evening. May 25. Reward If returned to
2124 M st N W 1.
LOST On Saturday, the 25th Instant, be
tween 8-20 p. m and 11 00 p. m . en route
from Richmond Hotel to Columbia Theater
and return, gold bar pin set with 3 clusters,
center one a pearl surrounded by diamonds,
ruby surrounded by diamonds, sapphire sur
rounded by diamonds, Her mountings; clus
ter can be unscrewed and used as setting for
bracelet or ring Liberal reward If returned
to Clerk of Richmond Hotel. 1
LOST Clock, disappeared from Trinity Pal
let! hall. 3d and O sts N W , inscription
thereon. "In Memory of Mary C Carter,
by Her Grandchildren " Reward offered foi
recov er. Hector). 219 C st. N. W.
LOST At Great Falls, gold locket, mono
gram "L. L N." Reward, L. L NETTLE
TON, 182.! H St. N W
LOST Phi Slgna Kappa fraternity pin; name
on back. Reward. 1467 Meridian pi. N. W.
LOST Large gold cross engraved Alice
Waple. Liberal reward for return to 22S
Eat Capitol st.
LOST Two 110 notes, one 15 check Return
W. W. RENTON, 2120 14th St. N. W 1 .
FOUND-4 coata, 1 bottle, 1 hat. 1 belt. 10
umbrellas, 1 toothbrush, 1 buckle, 2 canes.
1 valine. 1 roll of plans, 6 packages. 1 cuff
button, 1 barette, 2 rings. 1 key. 1 earring,
2 pin. 1 pnckellraok, 1 book WASHING
TON TERMINAL. Union Station.
WRITE TO OR CALL and test this wonder
ful manipulator of Soul Power, using no
aid, no device, but the Higher Intelligence
to make you acquainted with ourself, Just
aa you are as to character, life, and health.
Business changes and confidential letter
writing a specialty. Thlrtv -third degree
European Mystic Adept. 81 U NORA ANNINA
ANDRINI. Office P O Hldg., 40u East Cap
itol Phone Lincoln 2969
MTSS AOTON Wwt'c Massage.
610 10TH ST. N. W. ment. Phone M. 7903.
OLD AND NEW FLOORS PLANED.
Scraped, and reflnlshed.
Phone before 9 a. m. and after 6 p. m.
C. II. ADAMS. 1254 Glrard st N. E.
MISS WELLS Manlcunn ani1 3c'p
HiXOO VV UUl-lOiTeatment. 9J0 N. Y.
AVE . 3d floor front. Hours, to S p. m.
I WILL NOT be responsible for any debts
contracted by my wife, MRS THEO. NEW
after this date. THEO. NEW.
HAIRDRESSING. SCALP 1REATMENT,
HAIR DYEINO, MANICURING. Chiropody.
Facial Massage. Ladlea only. M7 11th st. Nw.
Male and Female.
PIANO PLAYER, lady or gent,; also music
ians, small organized band or Individual
musicians for season opening Thursday. Ap
ply SCHEPP'S CIRCUS. Luna Park. !
MISS ANNIE L. MURRAY, Teacber ol
Banjo, Mandolin, Guitar,
Studio, U09 O sU N. W. Fhon W. S2J.
Special Instructions given thoss desiring to
tike civil service examinations. Bookkeep
ing, shorthand, and typewriting. The high
average always maintained by those ws train
for these examinations Is your best assur
ance of success.
STRAYER'S BU8INESS COLLEGE.
Old Mssonlc Temple, cor, tth and F sts. N. W.
SHORTHAND AND TYPEWRITINO-Com-plete
course Pitman, Barnes, and Gregg,
with touch typewriting and machine at
home, 340; Syllabic, 130. Private Instruction.
STENOGRAPHIC INSTITUTE. 319 Colorado
Bldg. Phone M. 1142.
HALL NOYES SCHOOL.
Day and night, kindergarten to college
In courses, business branches, coach
ing for public schools and colleges.
SUMMER ANNEX OPENS JUNE 10.
FRANCDS MANN HALL. A. M.. Prin.
Phone M. 3877. (31 E St. N. W.
PASTRY CHEF: help for hotels
HOTEL AOENCY 503 10th st
HOI EL CLERK, store porters.
SALESMAN for Installment furniture store;
man from country preferred. Apply 729
7th st N W. ..
WOMAN Colored, wants place, general
housework, small family. Apply 1414 16th
st N. W.
DRESS SUITS FOR HIRE
ONLY UP-TO-DATE full dress and tuxedo
suits for nire. u. t. imuej, Merchant
Tailor, UOS 7th at. N. W. Phone Main (311
FOR ALT DEPARTMENTS.
Apply to & HART, Mgr.,
COOK Must be good reliable; small board
ing house. 923 Mass. ave. N. W.
COOK and general houseworker; can stay or
go home. Apply 171 Ijamont at
COOK I maids, for general housework; early
cleaner, white waitress; city and away. Call
EUREKA. AGENCY, 1011 N. Y. AVE.
DIBHWABHEH Good, and assist cook; $4 60
Per week. HARVEY'S CAFE. 7H 9th st.
ailtL In confectionery store; none but thor
oughly experienced need apply. JAMES1
11IIOS.. 611 6th st. N. W. 1..
G1KLS I can help you; beauty culture taught
16 each branch. MIRROR 1NBTITUTE OF
BEAUTY CULTURE. 910 F St. N. W.
GIRLS Bright, neat, 18 5 cars of age, as floor
messengers; good pay, clean work, and
rapid promotion. Apply 11. W. SCHAUB,
GOLDENHERG'S 7th and K sts N. W.
16 OinLS. Apply Butter Dept., GOLDEN &
CO.. VU La. ave. N. W.
2 GIRLS One to cook, wash, and Iron; one
to nurse. und help with chambcrwork. Call
733 8th st. S. E.
GIRL for general housework.
627 D st. N.
GIRL White, who wants good home, to
care for a child; small wages. 652 Mass.
ae N. E. !
GIRLS for dressmaking.
Apply 1308 Eje at
GIRL fair general housowork: stay nights;
good place. 214 th at. S. W.
(1IIIL8. I can helD you: beautv culture taught
15 each branch. MIRROR INSTITUTE OK
BEAUTY CULTURE, 910 F St. N, W.
13TH ST. N. W., 613 Woman or girl for
GOWN HANDS Thoroughly experienced.
Apply before 10 a. m . JULIUS OAR
FINKLE & CO.. 13th and F sts.
HOTEL WAITRESSES. 30, extra work. 12 a
day DICK'S HOTEL AOENCY. 12th nnd
HOUSEKEEPER Gentleman, no fanUly, liv
ing lower Dlue Ridge Mountain, wants
white woman housekeeper, must milk, make
butter, state wages. BOX 129, Times office
IRONER Good to learn pressing lady's gar
ments; white preferred. BESBON. 1500
Pa. ae. N. W.
LADIES to learn French dresscuttlng, dress
making, designing, and millinery, good po
sitions furnished after learning NEW
YORK MILLINERY ACADEMY, 1116 O ST.
LADY PENSION CLERKS Several, state
experience and salary expected. Address
ROX 824 City P. O !
LADY CANVASSERS-Can make t or 15 a
day with household article everybody
wants; must be refined and a hustler Call
8 to 10 a. m 113 Pa ave. N. W.
SALESLADIES In dry goods store,
st. N W.
YOl'NO INDIES Several, to address envel
opes Addres In own handwriting, HOX
24. Cltv P. O 1
MANGLE HANDS. TOLMAN LAUNDRY,
6th and C sts. N. W.
2117 14th st N W
NPRSE for a child 3 rars old. must have
cllj references. Apply 1771 Lntnont st.
RAGTIME PLAYING taught In
write for booklet 132 L st. N.
SHIRT HAND at once.
920 Nsw York ave.
TAIIXJRES8ES li experienced, for our al
teration department Applj at once to
MR MAD1GAN, 4th tloor. PARKER
11R1DOET & CO
WAITRESS At once. ex;erlenced. white;
good hours; good pay Apply 2i7 N. J.
ave. N. W-
Vv OMAN Reliable, to do cleaning and light
woahlng Apply 1002 7th st H. W !
WOMAN for general housework.
1, 316 East Capitol t
WOMAN White, or girl as dishwasher and
help In dairy lunch. 317 O st. N. W
WOMEN Two etrong, clean, capable settled
white women w cook and maid to stay
nights at 230 C st. N W. Call tomorrow
YOL'NO WOMAN to sew on umbrellas. N.
A. GRISWOULD. 411 Ilth rt N. W. 1 .
YOl'NO LADY with some capital to Join
up-to-date jnung man In a business enter
prise, one who can travel. BOX 369, Cin
lOt NO GIRL for housework.
ave. N E.
Apply 623 Md.
HELP WANTED MALE
BARBER At once; steady Job; good guar
antee 420 12th st. N. W.
BOYS to sell campaign postcards, big com
mlsalon Apply letter or personally, 241
9th st N E
BOY Colored, to help In bako shop.
2204 ltth St. N. W
BOY for tailor shop, reference,
once, 1511 Conn. ave.
BOYS Bright, active, 16 jears of age, as
bundle wrappers, good pay and permanent
positions. Apply II W. SCHAUB. GOLDEN
BERG'H. 7th nnd K
BOY White, to make himself generally use
ful. Apply J. J. GEORGES &. SONS, 1214
F st. N. W.
BOYS over 16 years old. with bicycles. Ap
ply WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH OF
FICE 1401 K St.
HOY to wrap bundles.
2117 14th st. N. W.
lOUNG HOY Colored, to help around house.
SOS E st. 8. W.
BUSHELMAN on ladles' and gent'a gar
ments. Apply at once. 1511 Conn, ave. I .
CARRIAGE PAINTERS Two, first-class
Apply 622 G st. N W.
CHAUFFEl R Young, single, white or col
ored man, must be careful, experienced
driver with some knowledge of repairing
"Packard" car and willing to leave city
soon on extended Wevtern tour; paid (20
month and expenses, room and board and
clothe; good references expected. Call 1428
U st N. W 1..
CYLINDER PRESSMAN Expert only.
G st. N W.
COOK Experienced; one used to order cook
ing, come ready for work. 211 Pa. ave.
Learning the Auto Business and getting In
on the good position
Right now vou should see
THE NATIONAL AUTO COLLEGE.
Vth and O sts. N. W. Open till 9 p. ra.
ELEVATOR OPERATOR Electric: colored,
thoroughly experienced; only 'those with
best references need apply. JULIUS GAR
FINKLE'A CO., 37 13th St.
ELEVATOR BOY Experienced, colored Ap
ply with ref , after 5 p m. or before 8 30
a. m. to M PHILIPSBORN & CO , 610 11th
st N W
HORSESHOER Steady work.
Fla. ave, N. E
Call it 1222
HOTEL, KITCHEN, and bake shop men:
white and colored. Apply at once, DICK'S
HOTEL AGENCY, 12th andPaave
JIANStrong, active, colored, as store porter;
good pay and permanent position to man
not afraid of work Apply H. W SCHAUB,
OOLDKNHEno'H. 7tn nnd K
MATTRESS MAKERS. Apply BAnTON
EWERS. W II MOSES & SONS.
MALE PORTER, with wheel
1812 F St. N W
PAINTERS Four, Dominion Heights Sta-
tlon. Great Falls and Old Dominion R R
One car fare. ORNDORFF & 8MITHDEAL.
Apply JOHN ERNST, 27 Fla
After & p m ,.
ave. N W
Apply 204 East Capitol
ave N W
HOY'S HOTEL, 600 La
PRESSER At once.
2150 P St. N W.
Apply to B. KRITT,
PRESSER Thoroughly experienced on wo
men's coats Apply at once JULIUS OAR
FINKLE & CO.. 637 13th St. 1
RAGTIME PLAYING taught In 30 lessons;
write for booklet. 1326 L at
SODA BOY. Apply at once. WAGNER &
CO.. 1st and H sts. N. W.
TAILOR to work on men's coats. Call at
one; open Bunday. M. ACKERMAN, 406
IJth L 6. a
HELP WANTED MALE
Enorgotic young man of unquos
ttonablo habits. Must liavo
qualifications of n solicitor; good
opportunity. Apply immediate
ly, ADVERTISING DEPART
MENT, Tho Washington Times,
Room 727 Munsoy Building.
YOUNG MAN Experienced In cigar, aoda,
and periodical. Apply F. LUDERS, 2748
14th st N. W
Thn Noted Palmist and Clairvoyant.
STUDIO, 1125 14TH ST. N. W.
Truthful In her prediction, reliable In her
advice; without asking a question she will
tell you the object of your call, giving names
of friends, relatives, and actual facts con
cerning jour Ufa and circumstances which
you know to lo absolutely true.
The Madame will rcfuso to accept any fee
unless sho gives the utmost satisfaction.
. HOURS, 11 TO S P. M.
PROFPRrNOE,1611 11th nw
I am a Bouthern negro, gifted, hold the
secret to tho practice of bringing peace out
or contusion in family troubles', and lovs
affairs; a loadstone charm, brings luck; sold
on a positive guarantee; no faklsm Indulged.
M "RAY AMERICA'S leading palmist
ml. xi-cj-j. , nr)(1 card reB(jer, consult this
gifted clalrvoant on business, loe mar
riage, changes, speculation. 931 New York
ave. N. W. Cloaed on Sunday. 1
MRS. R. LUKBY,
LANGUAGE OF THE HAND AND CARDS
SYSTEMATICALLY HEAD. PARIXJR8 FOR
LADIES ONLY. 035 NEW YORK AVE. N.
W. CLOSED SUNDAY. 11:30 to 9:30 P. M.
PEER OF ALL PALMISTS AND MEDIUMS,
814 19th st. N. W.. between F and O sts.
CLAIRVOYANT AND CARD READER,
FOR LADIEB ONLY. 617 11TH ST. N. W.
PROF. FITZGERALD, clairvoyant, palmlrt;
future and past; courtship, marriage, and
business; satisfaction guaranteed. 517 13th st.
N. W. i
ORIGINAL GYPSY PALMIBT.
Whole Fortune Told, 20c.
Open Nights. 1721 tth St. N. W.
Tells all you wish to
W.. Over Fruit Store.
know. SOI K BT. N
MRS. E. II. BENNETT, renowned astrolo
glit; readings 1; palmistry 50c. (Her book
In Congressional Library.) 112 E st. N. W.
Palmist and card reader. Located her U
years tu& bin si. is. w, '
MRS. PAULINE EDELEfl
MOST CELEBRATED AND nEr.TAm.n
Spiritual Medium of the day, will give pri
vate readings dally uti all affairs of Ufa,
Names ana racis. a. m. to 9 p. m.
PRICE 25c 50c
649 A ST. N. E.
MEETING BVNDAY. 7 30 p m ; Wed.. 8
p m , address and message, private read
ings dally, developing classes; come and Join
one, Bible stud) 4W 4th t. N E. Ph. L.
2517-M. Healer. MADELINE W. L. CURTIN.
MEETINOS Mon.. Wed.. Frl.. p. m.
sharp, a message to each; dally readings.
Mrs MALTBY, b07 Mt. Vernon pi. nw.
Mala 3706 !
PRIVATE DANCING SCHOOL.
Only One Taught at a Time.
Latest Dunces. Folk Dances
Belosco Theater, top fl. Select. M. M29-Y.
PROF. WYNDHAM. 816 12th N. W.; teaches
all dances, class Iw. & Thur., 7.30; lesson,
00c. 6 for (2.50, private any hour. Phone
Main 5679 1
GLOVER'S. 613 22d sU N. W. Prl. lessons.
50c; waltz & 2-atep guar. In 6 lessons; class
and dance Tue.. Thurs., Sat. eve., 25c; ball
room for rent, 16. Orchestra, Phone W. U29.
MISSES CHAMBERLAIN AND COBB'8
Dancing Studio, MEBgT-,& w-
DAVISON'S. Prof. & Mrs , 719 tth St. N. W.
Latest dances taught any honr; clasa and
dances. Tue. ev. Ph. M. 4BS4. Assembly
Jances Wed & SaL eves , Nat Rifles Arm'y.
WASHINGTON'S NEW DANCINO STUDIO.
MISS CHAPPELEIR. 1421 Q ST. N. W.
NORTH eg4 SIX LESSONS. (2.50. 1-
WOULD you show our wholly visible type
writer to your friends and let them see
wherein It excels any 1100 tjpev. rlter mads, lr
you could without costing you one cent have
the typewriter to keep forever as jour own?
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TYPEWRITER CO.. Box 6. Woodstock. Ill,
NOTICE TO LADIES
VIAVI SCIENCE OF HEALTH; natural,
non-surgical, cloth-bound 400-page book
free. Apply by mall. 6 Colorado Building.
Free lecture for women Wednesdays at 2.3Y.
HOW ABOUT DIRTY WINDOWS?
au ' White Help. Moderate Prices,
LEON L. CAHOON. Acme Window Cleaning
Co.. 21 G at N W. Pbone M. 71S9
MANUFACTURERS of patented articles;
general machine work. SCHAEFEU BROS.
MFG. CO., 1522-2& Pa, ave. B. E. Lino. tin.
CALL MAIN 5635 for guaranteed window
awnings; no marring of woodwork; SL75 up.
B. L. & E. L. NICHOLSON. 709 II St. N. W.
PAIN1S AND OILS
PAINTS. OILS. GLASS.
THE NATIONAL PAINT CO..
lTH BT. AND PA. AVE. MAIN 7061.
DUPLICATE YALE KEYS, guaranteed to fit,
10c. Keys made for ALL locka ENTER
PRISE HDW. CO., 927 Sth N. W. Ph. M. 605L
ALBERT KAHLERT St CO.,
Improved Rug Weaving and Carpet Cleaning.
352 Maryland ave. 3. W. Ph. M. tOJC
RUGS WOVEN BY THE OLD LAUREL
ECLIPSE RUG WEAVING COMPANY ARfl
guaranteed. Carpet cleaning a specialty. 309
311 10th st. B W Phone Main 8264 M. 1
BEAUTIFUL RUGS woven from old carpets
by the WASHINGTON RUO WEAVINO
CO. 931 5th St. N. W. Main 4629.
ALBERT KAHLERT & CO..
Improved Steam Cuipet Cleaners.
$52 Maryland ave 8 W Phone Main 2038
U. S. UPHOLSTERING CO.,
The best and cheapest place In town.
S12 F N W Ph M 7032.
FOR SALE-Good quality Opaque Shades
fitted to windows, only 35c; best quality of
oil opaque shades, 60c; hung froe.
KLEEULATT'S. 11th and H sts. N. E.
PIANO TUNING, $1.60; POLISHING. $1.50;
All player-piano and organ work guaranteed.
Main 268. or drop postal to HERMAN'S
PLAYER-PIANO SHOP. 1110 Pa. ave. n. w.
FOR RENT ROOMS
EYE ST. N. W 625 Furnished rooms; trans
ients' accommodated; K, of C. accommodated.
J1TH BT N. W., 1002-Two large adjoining
rooms on 2d Moor; bath; also basement;
summer ratM. 1
G BT. N. W.. 413-2d floor front flat: fur I
also other room; water In room; special ac
commodation K of C. 1
11TH ST. 8. IS.. 124 Large 2d floor front
rooms for 3 gentlemen with board. 1..
GTII ST. N. E., 722-Exceedlngly handsome
3-room flat furnished In the best of style;
entirely complete for housekeeping, 122.50 and
125 per month; gas Included. !
II ST. N. V 18M-Nlcety furnished front
and back rooms; house well-kept.
II BT. N. W 412 Second floor, 3 communi
cating roornv; water and gaa range;
8TH ST. N. W.. 723 Comfortable rooms, $8
and (10 per month; by week If desired.
PA. AVE.. 1912 Two-room apart.; modern,
gas ranges; single room. $3 week. M. 7177.
N. Y. AVE. N. W., 940-Lnrge room, parlor
floor; I. h. k.; 64 week.
G ST. N. W., 447 Two bright, utjny, fur.
flats, l. h. k.; rooms for gentlemen; sum
EYE ST. N. W.i 1204 Two rooms, first floor;
bath on same; gaa; reasonable. !
A ST. N. E.. 128 Nicely furnished rooms,
all conveniences; near Union Station, !
6TH ST. N. W., 419 Excellent table board;
14 per week.
O BT. B. E , 619-Two nicely furnished rooms;
second floor; private family.
3D BT. N. W.. 736-Rrlght, cools rooms, fur-
nianeu ugni nouseKceping. ..
EYE BT. N. W 1219-Two parlor rooms, fur-
niineu, communicating, not and cold water;
light housekeeping. ,.
ID BT. N. W., 225-NIceIy furnished parlor
room, 12; also other; convenient location.
G BT. N. W., 1719 Furnished rooms near
departments and Y. M. C. A., gentlemen
K ST. N. W.. 1011 Three desirable front
rooms furnished; good location; convenient
I8TH ST. N. W.. 2161-Nlcely fur. rooms, cool
In summer; convenient to cars.
2D ST.N . W., 623 Rrlght, newly papered
and furnished front room, id tloor, next to
bath; also other room. !
GIRARD ST. N. W.. 1120-Large, cool, well
furnished second floor front room; bath
same floor. !
THE CROSBY HOUSE, 3d and C at. N. W.
Nice fur. rooms with board, $20 per month.
6TII ST. N. W., 410 Cool, clean room, bath
each floor; central location; 11.60 per week
ONE back room: second story for light
housekeeping; also one front hall room.
434 K st. N. W. I
C BT. N. W., 122 Large furnished rooms;
southern exposure; summer rates; private
C ST. N. W., 333-Larga well fumlsbed
rooms suitable for two youn g men. 1 . .
C ST. N. W., 333 Large furnished 2d story
front room: privilege of 1. h. k. 1..
3D BT. N. W., 412-Nlcely fur. room suitable
for two young men; also hall room; accom
modations for Knlghtsr of Columbus. 1
MASS. AVE. N. E.. 231 Large well fur. 2d
floor front room; also back room; southern
exposure: near Capitol and Library. I..
G ST. N. W 412 Bright furnished
flat with water; also other rooms.
EYE ST N W. SOS-Completely furnished
housekeeping room, (3 week, no children.
G ST. N. W.i 41J-Flrst floor fur. Hal, next
to batb: also other front rooms. 1
FOR RENT ROOMS
R ST. N. W., 9U3 Two very large rooms. 3d
floor; bright and cheerful; convenient to
3 car lines; summer rates. 1
STH ST. N.
W., 1016 Large bright room,
N. CAR. AVE., SI 7 Three cool rooms and
bath, entire second floor; brown stone
house: fine location; 1. h. k.
STH ST. N W., 1408 Desirable 4 rooms and
bath. lleht houeekepmnr. larire hrtirht
rooms; gas range; quiet home: adulMfl
pnone i. ijs.
M ST. N. W 612 Three unfurnished rooms
for 1. h. k., 2d floor.
G ST. S. E., 141J Three newly papered rooms
ota 2d floor; bath, gav, SIS 50; light house
keeping 7TH ST. N. E., 721-Three unfurnished rooms
lor light housekeeping.
JTH ST. N. W , 1512 Two second floor front
rooms, I. h k . unfurnished.
6TH BT N W , 1210 One to four nice rooms
with gas, for light housekeeping; large
ards, cool, cheap
A ST. S. E , 414 Two communicating 2d
floor front rooms for 1. h. k. 1..
6TH ST. N. W., 1402 Three unfurnished
rooms, suitable for 1. h. k. . rate reason
able. ROOMS AND BOARD
L ST. N. W., 713 Two nicely furnished front
rooms, every convenience; corner house
with or without board, private family, terms
GIRARD ST. N. W.. 1327 Pleasant room;
detached house, large porch and yard; goud
GENTLEMEN can And nicely furnished
rooma with excellent table at 1815 G at. nw.
COLUMBIA ROAD. 1321 Large cool finely
fur room. Including board, K5 monthl ,
fine home table
MASS. AVE . 937 Furnished rooms with
board, gentlemen preferred; also parlor
with use of piano
INDIANA AVE. N. W.. 322 Large well fur
niched front rooms, suitable for married
couple or two joungmen.
B ST. S W . 602 Excellent table board; good
home cooking l..
TABLE BOARD; good home cooking; early
breakfast; central to all business. 322 In
diana ave. N. W.
WANTED Furnished rooms, 2 brothers want
immediately 2 clean largo airy rooms with
in 5 minutes' walk to Postofflce, give details
and reasonable summer rates. Address BOX
1S2. Times office.
HIGHEST CASH prices paid for worn cloth
ing; either ladles' or gentlemen's: send
postal; will call. B. TARSHES, 1308 7th St.
N. W. Phone' North 499
WANTED Desirable furniture, all kinds an
tiques and modern; also feather beds; best
results. Drop postal or phone M. 1723.
See M. GOLDSTEIN. 713 K N. W.
WANTED To buy old feather beds. When
selling, why not drop poat-,1 to MARKS &
CO. 7 Old reliable firm. 422 10th., opposite
gas office, or phone Col. 961 -M
WORN GARMENTS bought at highest cash
price; send postal, will call. C. LIVING
STON, 1911 Nichols ave. 8. E. Phone N. 25i7.
WANTED Furniture for cash. Sell your
goods to tha man who gives you the most
money. See HOPWOOD. 8th and K 1
J. AELPER. 1222 7th St. N. W . pays highest
cash prices for ladles', men's, and chil
dren's cast-oft clothing Drop postal.
WANTED Furniture, Pianos, Carpets, etc
Phone M, 1282 for wagon, or have us call.
'WE8CHLER'S." 920 Pa ave. N. W. 1
WORKINGMEN Speaking within bounds
we claim that there Is no other stock like
this in this city, and for a slightly used
suit $3 to $10, there's a large selection that
will save cash; one price. JLSTHS OLD
STAND. 619 D. 1
C. T. HUNTER'8 SANITARY DUST-KILL-INO
FLOOR OIL, contains ollum and wax.
Keeps the floors clean and bright and gives
them a polished llnlsh. Good for your fur
niture. Try It 50c gal., delivered. Used by
the U. S. Gov't and over 8,000 families for the
last 15 years. C. T.-vHunter'e Sanitary Dust
Killlng Floor Oil 113 Pa. ave N W. M. 6155.
Accept no Imitations. Don't forget It.
EVERYBODY'S using It flow. What? En-
terprlse Floor Oil, 35c gal ENTERPRISE
HARDWARE CO., S37 tth St, N. W. M. 606L
ii ' a "-ljs.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
MAY CLEARANCE OF
AT SACRIFICE PRICES.
You' anever had a better chance to get
a good Piano for so tittle. Tha following
and many other traded In Pianos of well
known makes' are being closed out now at
genuine bargain prices.
PEASE UPRIGHT (100
HARVARD UPRIGHT 112
GADLER UPRIGHT 1125
JEWETT UPRIGHT MM
CHICKERING UPRIGHT (ISO
BTULTZ & IJAUER UPRIOHT..,.U75
8TEINWAY UPRIGHT I10
BTIEFF UrlUQIIT $200
VOSE & SONS UPRIGHT $250
HARDMAN UPRIGHT 1276
FISCHER UPRIGHT 1290
Others at $50 and up.
Terms Arranged to Suit
O. J. DB MOLL & CO..
Cor. 13TH ANP a BTS.
f TYPEWRITER REBUILDING 4-
& SALES CO., INC.
NO. 3 WOODWARD BUILDING. X
AH standard makes of type-
. . writers at greatly reduced
.. Undorwood, L. C. Smith,
. wo rent all makes or type writers 4.
CALL AND EXAMINE. X
DAVIS SEWING MACHINES, SIS to 115.
Cash, 120 to (48, $1 weekly payments, (30 to
166, with liberal allowance for old machine
and terms to suit. Slightly Used machines,
all makes, $5 to 110. Free estimate on repairs
for all makea. of machines.
913 9TH BT. N. W. PHONE M. 3835.
BEER BEAVER'S Family Lager HCn
Beer, case of 24 bottles.... I UL
WINFs ohl rort. Sherry. Cataw- rtr?n
W1P4HO ba, and blackberry. 1 gal.. DC
BEAVER'S. 423 4Vj st, s. w. Main M92.
SMITH PREMIER tpewrlter No. 2 good
condition, cheap, gaw range, good condition,
(10. tOO 11th at. N. W. f
DUPLICATING MACHINE, tvpcwrlter type,
ribbon effect, (3f cash, to Immediate pur
chaser. BOX HI. Times office. 1..
MAURER concert guitar, must sell at once;
cheap. 113 K st. N. W. I..
UPRIGHT PIANO SACRIFICED.
Will sell my 3350 mah. upright Piano for
(105 .'ash. Stored at 703 lUh, near G.
PART of contents of houto to be sold cheap.
228 East Capitol St. 1
VICTOR GRAPHOPHONE, cabinet and M
records'; cheap. Bale quick buver. 401 B at.
N. E. "
FOR SALE Ice box. good for small store;
cheap. BOX 128. Timet? office.
CONTENTS of 3 rooms for sale. Call be
tween 5 and 7 p. m , 9 and 12 a. nr. 434
7th st. N. W.. over marie store 1
FOR SALE Large roll top desk, quartered
oak; special price (22 50, cost its, also very
handsome office chair JS 50, cost I; one small
Iron safe cheap; save money.
Buy at HOPWOOD'S.
stn ana k.
Furniture, the entire contents of a largo
house from Rhode Island ave., almost any
thing you need. Save nionej
Buy at HOPWOOD'S,
Sth and K
HERE'S our chance to get a piano tor
ourself or the children. Only to down and
11 a meek. Pianos worth 1100 to U50. belling
In our removal sale for 150.
GRIMES PIANO STOREd.
1212 F St.
COUNTERS, largo refrigerator, coffee mllL
Iran ittfe, 2 gaa arc lamps, scales, show'
cafea. etc., cheap. 6J2 E St. N. W.
Canoeists Can See and Hear.
Email sized Phonograph for canoes at
Georgetown Agency. 3415 M at Cash or
Credit- J. R. HOPKIN8. Ph. W. 1406. ..
SEWING MACHINE BARGAINS.
145 Drop Leaf Singer 112 59
1911 Drop Head Singer 120 09
140 Wheeler and Wilson , ,,...110 00
New Sewing Machines, SI down and 50o
week. Cleaning. 50c. Open evenings.
U. It- GIVEN. 62S Pa- ave. 8. E. Phone,
Upright piano; a big bargain; (90, cost 32S5;
also one for 355.
Buy at HOPWOOD'S,
8th and K.
FOR SALE Cedar nnd chestnut posts
juna u. iTJUK stiver spring
WASHINGTON VIOLIN HOfaPITAL.
For Sale 1 bass, 2 'cellos, 1 viola, 18 violins,
and other Instruments.
Cor. 8th and A SU. N. E. Phone Lin. 347.
1450 OR INVENTORY will buy one of th
best located and palng corner notion and
light grocer) stores on Capitol Hill: rent
only 125, S rooms, receipts 316 per day.
PRICE, 3350; worth $500, for corner lunch
room and rooming house, close to Union
Station, rent 325, owner leaving city.
INVOICE OR J2.80O will buy one of the best
general merchandise stores in thriving
town on electric line, not far out In V4 ;
early business, 110,000; rent, 312, 8 roonu.
FRUIT, confectionery, and light grocery,
near 7th and Fla ave N. W.; rent, 330;
6 rooms, 1600 is cheap for It.
LUNCHROOM, (650. cigar and newsstand at
bargain price, groceries at sacrifice prices
NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS, 1423 F.
GROCERY STORE 5 rooms, cheap rent, only
3450. Others at $250, $500. WO. $1.00). $2 500.
Candy atore. You st N W . fine for lady
Varlet) store. Pa ave S E $700
Shoe shining parlor Pa ave N W .... $150
EQUITY BUS BROKERS.
1227 N. Y AVE. -
BUILDING SUPPL1E8, coll. wood etc.,
stand in center of Clarendon for rent, rea-
sonabl) ; aloo fine opportunity for goot
plumber J. W. SLACK. Clarendon Va. 1
PARTNER wanted to buy half Interest In
farm, and go In poultry business, tl,4W
required. BOX 125. Times office
BIRDS AND ANIMALS
CANARIES, Finches, Paroquet. Dogs, Cats.
Rabbits. Guinea Pigs, etc Let us board
your pets. PH. COL. 165.
NORRIS' PET STORE. 1407 Fla. ave. N. W.
WANTED Young live giay and red foxes,
also tame rabbits
bCHMID'S BIRD STORE,
712 12th N W
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF
THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, Wash
Ington, May 2i, 19L! Tealed proposals will
be received at this office until two o clock,
p in , June 12, 1912, for furnishing and de
livering ten thousand live-eighths Inch and
two hundred and ilftv three-quarter In i
water meters, for use In the Watei Depar'
ment. this city Specifications, blue punts,
and form of proposal ma be obtained from
the Purchasing Officer, D C Cl'.NO H Rt
DOLPH. JOHN A JOHNSTON, WILLIAM
V. JUDSON, Commissioners, DC.
PROPOSAL FOR Sl'PPLIES-Treasurer J
Office, U S Soldleis' Home. Washington
D. C, May 22. 1912 Sealed proposals will
be received at this office until two Vi p m
Tuesday, June 11, 1912, and then public y
opened, for furnishing fresh and salt meats
flours and standard groceries, during the n
cal sear ending June 30. 1913 The right U
reserved to reject any and all bids F r
schedules specifications and further Inf r
matlon apply to CAPTAIN H C CLARK
U 3 Army. Treasurer
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS F
THE DISTRICT OF COLl'MBIA i!i
Ington, May 23, 1912 Sealed proposals w
be received at this office until two ocIj K
p. m , Thursday, June 6, 1912, for furnls . nS
and delivering sidewalk paving bricks Sji
flcatlons and form of proposal may be ob
talned from the Purchasing Officer D
CUNO H RUDOLPH, JOHN A JOHNbTf ,
WILLIAM V. JUDSON, Commissi n is
U. S. ENGINEER OFFICE 920 17th st "
W, Washington, D C, May 1, 191 J. Sealed
proposals for furnishing and delivering to
tons, more or less, of bituminous coal wi
ba received here until 12 M . May 31, 1912 ant
then publicly opened. Information on appl,
cation. W. C. 1.A.NGFITT. Lieut Col,