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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY,. OCTOBER 8, 1912.
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- WAS FOR STATE
Financier Tells Clapp Com
mittee About 1904 Con -tribution.
(Continued1 from First Page.)
neyance at being- the cynosure of the
crowd, which atralned and taped at
him In a (ever of curiosity.
Morgan waa aworn by Senator Clapp.
"John Plerpont Morgan, 219 Madlaon
avenue. New York, banker," waa Mor
gan'a first atatiment.
"On the Id of September there ap
peared In the New York Times a state
ment by Charles Edward Russell, say
Inf. "i now charge that Roosevelt comi
manded that J. P. Morgan raise $100,000
more In 1904." said Benator Clapp.
Senator Clapp read Russell's state-
ment In full, that Morgan talked over
the- telephone to Washlntgon a half
hour, and Including the statement that
Morgan called Roosevelt "that foot
In the White House."
"Do you recall a visit with Wayne
MaoVeaghr' Senator Clapp asked.
I do not," the witness answered posi
tively. "Did you ever talk to President
Roosevelt over the 'phoneT"
"I never talked with President Roose
velt so far as I can remember."
Denies All Communications.
"That circumstance of the telephone
conversation Is absolutely made of the
whole cloth. I never had any communk
cation by mall, telegraph, or telephone
with Mr. Roosevelt at the White House,
or with his secretaries either."
"Did you contribute to the Republican
campaign In 1904?"
"In October I contributed 1100,000, and
on the 1st of November 150,000 addi
tional." "Did you contribute any mora?"
"No, not that 1 know of."
"To whom did you make theae con
tributions?" "I assume to Mr. Bliss. I do not re
call the actual payment, but my record
show it that way."
"The payments were made In money,"
"Did liarrlman solicit any contribu
tion?" "I don't think Mr. liarrlman ever
made any solicitation to me," the finan
"The firs: solicitation was made by
Mr. Bliss: I don't know who mado the
second, but I think It came" and
here Morgan stopped hesitatingly, as
though searching his memory "well.
Bliss waa one of them. Mr. Odell was
Went For the State.
"My impression is that the money waa
paid to the national committee, but that
a good deal of the IS0.00O item went to
New York, to Mr. Odell."
"Do you know of any other contribu
tions In 190iT" asked Clapp.
"I do not"
,'?!! you mako any Congressional con
tribution In 1904.7"
"I don't remember any."'
Morgan read from a prepared list his
account of contributions.
"In 1908 the only contribution I made
waa the $31,000 I paid to Mr. Sheldon,"
Mr. Morgan wag asked if Chairman
Cortelyou waa present when the second
cuniriouuon was aiscugsea.
"I have had various Interviews with
Mr. Cortelyou," he said, "but I don't
recall this occasion. Mr. Bliss was a
warm personal friend of mine, and had
once been a partner of my father.
When they wanted anything, it was
customary to send Mr. Bliss."
This sally drew a laugh, and from
Mr. Morgan a (trim smile.
"Did you discuss the matter of con
tributions with Mr. Cortelyou?"
"No. I don't recall anv discussion nt
campaign funds with him In 1004. though
it may have occurred."
"You had a number of business as
sociatespartners In your firm in 1904?"
Inquired Senator Pomerene.
Mr. Morgan was not hearing very
well, and at this point changed his seat
from the little dais provided for the
witness to a place near the end of the
committee's table, handy to the Sena
tor from Ohio.
"Yes, I had," he replied.
"Mr. George W. Perkins was one of
"Would contributions be a personal
matter, or would they be taken up at
conference of yourself and associates?"
Considered At Conference.
"After conference; though In 1904 the
mstter waa almost entlro'y with me,"
"Do you know If Mr. Perkins made
any contribution then?"
"I do not, but I don't think so."
"Did your Arm contribute to any
other party than the Republicans?"
"Not that I know of; nor myself, per
sonally." Arked about his talk with Mr. Cor
telyou. Mr. Mor?nn said lie rtlJn't ttlk
politics with Cortelyou during the 1904
campaign, but did afterward, during the
financial troubled of 1!7. when Cor
telyou was Secretary of the Treasury.
He doubted if he talked with Cortelyou
on either politics or finance In 1904.
"Did you have any conferences with
financial men, on tho political situation,
"I have no doubt I did; but I don't
recau tnem now."
"Any with E. H. HarrlmanT"
"It's likely that I did."
"With Charles S. Mellen?"
"Very possibly; I saw him often."
"With officials of tho great Insurance
He Discussed Politics.
"That's difficult to answer; I dis
cussed politics and the outlook with
prominent people when they came into
my office; thousands, I suppose, during
"Was there ever a conference of
financial interests, to consider what
should be contributed by them?"
"No; I never had any talk with any
body on such a subject. I mitv have
advised with Mr. Bliss about how In get
contributions; I don't recollect."
"When you subscribed your first
1100,000, was Mr. Bliss engaged in rais
ing; a special fund?"
"I think that amount had been prom
ised long before; It was a contribution
we would make in the regular coursa
of things; we would nave made It tour
"You were especially Interested In tho
results of tho campaign?"
"Yes and my firm, aa well."
Mr. Morgan said ho never heard any
thing about the attitude of tho blK In
surance companies, nave hh ln might
have casually inquired from Mr. Per
kins, who was a trustee of the New
York Life. I never heard of any un
demanding, or of any large fund raised,
among the large Interests, and I don't
believe thero waa one."
"Ever talk with Harrtman about tho
effect the election's outcome might
have on the railroads."
"I may have; I don't recall."
"Mr. Mollen was supporting Roose
relt?" Never Had Promise.
"Yes, but I don't know If his railroad
subscribed." Here Mr, Morgan leaned
forward and gestured, earnestly. "1
want It distinctly understood that Mor
gan & Company nover subscribed to
an election campaign vlth any promise
or expectation of a return In any form
whatever, and nover without believing
that it was to the advantage of the
IN, THE STOCK MARKET.
U. 8. Rer. !' vl
u. 8. Coupon rs......... luul
U. B. Reg. rs 102
U. 8. Coupon S's 1021
U. 8. Reg. 's , 1JSJ
U. B. Coupon 4's ..,.. 1W
Geo. at Cert Ind. S's, 10S
Georgetown ass S's. 10S
Wash. Gas S's 110
Cap. Trac. R. R. S's 110 111
Anocostla & Potomao S's 99 ...
City & Suburban S's 103H ...
coiumEU R. n. bs n ,,,
Columbia It R. rs.. .......... 100
Metropolitan R. R. S's. 107
Wash. Ry. b Else. 4' 84
Wash. Alex. A Mt V. S's.... 93
Potomac Klec, Cons. 6's...... 103
Potomao Elec. Lt S's 107
C. ft P. Telephone S's 103
Amer. Tel. ft Telg. 4's no
i. Piiior Mt he lot
N. ft W. Steamboat S's 104
Riggs Reality S's (long) 101
Rlggs Reality S's (short) 101
PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS.
Capital Traction 123H 124
tVUBII Mft OC XVICVa. Will
Wash. Ry. i.Elec, pfd 91U
Wash. Va. rtv Com 41
Wash. Vs. Rv. pfd 77
N. &.W. Steamboat tOS
Washington Gas 86
Georgetown Gas 118
Eastern Light A Fuel.. 123
Amer. Tel. ft Telg 144
TTl'E MACHINE STOCKS.
Mergenthaler Linotype 234
Lanston Monotype si
Today's New York Stock.Exchange Prices
Quotations furnished by W. n. Iflkbs Co., numbers of Nw York Stock Ex
change, Washington Stock Exchange, ana Chicago Boara of Trade, lllbbe Building.
High. Low. P.m. Close.
Amat Copper P2Vi 01 P2V4 I SOU
Am. Beet Sugar com. 75 73 75 I 74U
Am. Can. com 4614 44U 45 I 44M
Am. C. ft Pdr, com 2H 03 H I tUVi
Am. Cot. Oil com 57H S7tt o7V4l S7
Am. Ice.BeoUr 23 23 23 I 23U
Am.Loco.com 4414 44 44HI 44W
Am.Smelt ft Ref.com. 8914 MH 89HI 88H
Am.Sug.& Ref.con... J17H 127H 127M 1 127H
Am. Tel ft Tel 144H MM MH 1 144K
Am. Woolen pfd.. I.. .89 89U SOW I
Anaconda Copper 48 47H 47V I 45
Cent Leather com.,.. S2H S2H SHI 82
Colo. Fuel ft Iron 43 4IK 42tt I 4IV4
Con. Gas. N. Y H7M I46H 147U I 111
Com Prod. Ref..com.l&W 1SK 15 I 14
Distillers Security.... S3Vi 3314 33 I S3H
General Electric 183 11314 183 1 182H
Great North. Ore SIM S0H SOHl 50H
Inter. Harvester 124 122V1 124H 1 122
National Lead, com.. 6514 65 65 I IB
Pac MallBtmp 38 35 35 I 8514
Peoples Gas of Chi... 117 117 117 1 11714
Prcs. S. Car, com..
Ry. St 8pgs., com....
Rep. I. A 8. com
40 S8H 99HI 80H
SOU 3014 S9HI
83 33 33 I 33
Re. I. & S., pfd.
92 92 92 I 93
Sloss-Shef. S &I. com &8 57 57 I SO
Tenn. Copper 46 45 44141 45
U.S.Rubber, com 54 54 54 I 54K
U.S. Steel, com 70 7914 79 I 78
U.S. SteeL pfd 11614 116 116 1 116
Utah Copper 66 66 66 I 6514
Va. Car. Chem.. con 47 46 47 I 47
West'houso Elec M85 45 t5 I S5H
Amer. Tob. rs .120 120 120 I
Atch. Convert 4's.... PS tS fS 197
B. & O. Gen. 4's....
B.R.T. Con. 4s....
C.B. & Q. Joint 4's.
C.R.I. & Pac 4's...
Int Metro. 4H's....
Pa. Con. 3H's UU...
Sou. Ry. S's
U. Pac. Con. fs...,
U. S. Steel :dB's...
WW 714 07HI WW
...B2Vi K WW I 1
... 9SM MV4 46W I H
,.. cos eow eoHi eon
... tltt MS Mttl tltt
,...tW 06H tWil 6H
...106V. 106Vi 106H 1 106h
...104 103 101 110314
..JOZYi 104 102 I'M
Government We never had an appli
cation from a candidate direct for
assistance. What eer we did was done
In the belief that It waa for the good
of tho country. Wo never gave In con
sideration of any commitment that
could be of benefit to us; and we never
got any benents, either. If I hud
thought It better for the country, at
any time, to support a Democrat, I
would have done it"
"Did Judge Parker's trust views in
fluence you at allK" asked Senator
"Did you ever discuss the situation
with Harrlman. and agree that the sup
port financial or otherwise, of the large
Interests In New York would be giver,
to the Republicans?"
"I never had such a meeting or un
derstanding. Nobody ever questioned
that we would support the Republicans,
but I don't believe there was ever a
conference or a combination of Inter
ests. And I think I should have beon
llkelv to know."
"Was there ever any conference look
ing to the possibility of securing the
nomination of a Democrat satisfactory
to the large financial Interests?"
"I don't think I understand," quorled
Mr. Morgan. The question was re
peated. Democrat Not Sought,
"I don't remember anything of tho
kind," he then answered.
"Was there, at any time, any amount
promised bv the financial Interests by
you and your associates to the Demo
cratic compalgun fund?"
"Were you at the Union Pacific roll
way office during 13047"
"No; I never was there, nor at Mr.
Ilarrlman'a office. In my life."
"Ever moet liarrlman, or Mellen, any
where, for consideration of these sub
jects?" "Not so far as I know."
"Did you ever talk to anybody repre
senting the Republican nominee about
"I talked with Mr. Cortelyou, of the
national committee; I suppose he
wanted money; I think It was before I
gave Mr. Bliss the 3100,000. "
"Was anything said, at that time,
about the money they wanted to raise?"
"No," replied the financier, very
dryly. "I don't think there was any
"Not In that game, eh?" suggested
Senator Pomerene, amid the laughter.
"No, not In that one," acquiesced Mr,
"It was yours to pay, and theirs to
Subscription In 1908.
"Your total subscription In 1006 was
330,000. was it?"
"Yes; but in that year those matters
wero mostly In the hands of Mr. Por-
"Did you mention, when they asked
you for a second subscription In 1904,
that you had already Riven 1100,000. and
that that was protty liberal?"
"O, I had done that when I first sub
scribed," replied Mr. Morgan with a
broad smile. "But It didn't come up
that way, Wo wero all startled by
the emergency that confronted the
"You wero not surprised when, after
you had given 3100,000, they wanted
"O, no; gratitude, In these affairs, as
I havo observed, has been rather
scarce," admitted Morgan; and there
was another laugh.
Mr. Morgan eald he never knew what,
or whether, Prick, Archbold, Gould or
When his testimony was ended. Judge
Charles II. Deuelo, of Now York, was
arcane Cananea I ...
' NATIONAL BANK STOCKS.
American Nat Bank 17Zty 171
Capital National Bank ZIS ...
Columbia Nat. Bank 250 ...
Columbia Nat Banki 160 ...
Commercial Nat Bank 205 20j
District Nat Bank ........ u. 140 iss
Par. ft Mech. Nat Bank 260 270
Lincoln Nat Bank 1M ..,
Metropolitan Nat Bank 200 21S
Illggs National Bank S85 E99
Second National Bank 160 1(8
Nat Bank of Wash; 250 270
TRUST COMPANY .STOCKS.
Amer. Sec, ft Trust 299 801
National say. ft Trust........ 2S0 ...
Union Trust is 140
Wash. Loan ft Trust 20 , Jtfl
United States Trust HlH 150
8AVINQB BANKS STOCKS. '
Cltlsens Bav. Bank ltt 22
Home Savings S2S ..
Union Savings 248 ...
Bank o- Com. flav lift 11
East Wash. Sav. Bank IS ,.
FIRE INSURANCE BTOCKB.
Arlington Flro Insurance 14 IS
Corcoran Fire Insurance.,.,), 80 ..
Firemen's Fire Insurance.... 19tt 23
tler.-Amer. Fire Insurance.... 260 , ..
Nat Union Fire Insurance... . 7Vi ..
Potomao Fire Insurance 30 ,.
T1TI.V INSURANCE STOCKS.
Columbia Title Insurance (ft ..
Real Estate Tttie Ins. M ...
Chapln Baoks 13 320
D. C. Paper Mfg. Co IJJ ...
Merch. Trans, ft Storage.,
. l:H Yes
High. Leer, p.m Close.
At T. & 8. Fe.. comiloM 109M 110H 1 100H
At, Top. ft 8. P.. Pf I02H 10214 103H 1 103Vi
Atlantic Coast Una.. 1(4 1(4 144 I
flal. ft Ohio, com....U0Vt 106K 109H I108H
Brook. Rap. Tran... (1V tlU S1HI vl
Canadian Pacific J7M4 J76H i76Mll77W
Ches. ft Ohio BtA4 (4H 85 I $4
Chi. II. ft St P., conl2H 111H II2H I Hi
cht m. &st p. pfd...im um iti vi 1 142a
Chi. ft N. W com.JU 141H 143 I
Den. & It Q. com 23tt 23U 23Vi I 22H
D. & R. Grande, pf . 4IH 40 40UI 40H
Erie, com S7H S7W 37 H' I 36h
Erie, 1st Pfd to 64M 65 I MW
O. North, pfd ItlM I40t 141M 1 140H
Illinois Central 131 1J0W 131 1131
Inter. Met, com 20H 30H JOHI MM
Inter. Met,1fd JM 61M 63 I 814
Kan. C. 8., com 80 29H 80 I 2W
Lehigh Valley 174H 173 174HM73
L. ft Nash 163H 163V4 163HI163U
M.K. T.com H 80H 80 I 30H
M B P ft 8 8 M. coml49H 140 149V4I 14S4
Missouri Paclc 46V4 44 '"
N.Y.Cent Hud. R..1I7H HT "!
N.Y..Ont&West... S7H 87 S7MI 87W
Norfolk ft Western.. J16H II6H 116H 1 116
Northern Pacific 129 1MU lJ4 M
Pennsylvania, J 4 1 24
P.. C. Chi. St L 110 110 110 1 110
Reading com 176 174 176 1 173
Rock Island com M MH 28l 2S
Rock Island Dfd 67 66 66 I 66
St L-ft & 3d. Pfd 87 87 37 I 36
StU B. W. Pfd.... SOW 60 80l 80
South. Pac com M 113 113 1 113
Rnulh. TtalL com 81 81 81 I 80
South. Rail, pfd ee M 6m 66
ToL. St L. ft W. com. 14 14 14 I 18
Tot. Bt U W.lifd... 31 81H 81 I 31
Texas ft Pacing
26 26 26! 26
Union l'ac com....!
Union Pac pfd
Wis. Cent com
..173 174 173 1 173
.. 89 69 89 I 89
.. 5 3 5 16
,.. 66 68 68 68
.. 6S 69 69 I 68
called. lie was assistant treasurer of
the Republican committee In 1904, and
said he didn't know of a big contribu
tion by Archbold; ."certainly not under
that name;" but he thought it might
have been contused with a large con
tribution by H. II. Rogers. He knew
that three, four or live men gave UW,
000 each and three Insurance companies
gave 310,000 each. He knew about the
liarrlman fund, but after eight years
could recall no details.
Banks Aided Fund.
"Once, after tho campaign," added
Judge Deuell, "I talked with Mr. Bliss
about those matters; it was when the
Hughes ' committee waa investigating
the Insurance companies. He told me
that in 1896 every bank and trust com
pany in New York, except one, gave-to
the Republican fund; that In 1900, a
few did. a ndthat in 1904, still fewer of
Mr. Deuell said Mr. Cortelyou hod
"next nothing" to do with contribu
tions, accounting, etc., during the 1904
campaign. As to tho big contributions,
he suggested, some of them may have
come In cash and been recorded with
out any names of donors.
"You know," he said, "that some
people would come In and leave us
ii'oney, but not tell their names; they
didn't like anybody to know of their
Judge Duell had a most Interesting
statement to make about the so-called
Harrman contribution. He told of
having talked It over with Mr. Bliss
before it was made.
Later tho witness said that as ho
understood it the money came from five
contributors who advanced 360.000 each.
They included liarrlman and Morgan,
Meyer Dragged Into It.
The witness dragged Secretary of the
Navy Meyer Into the campaign con
tributions of 1904. This doubtless will
result In Mr. Meyer being called as a
witness. In explaining why he did not
know more about the contributions, the
witness explained that the committee
had a number of oerSons collecting
funds. Secretary Meyer collected them
for New England, E. T. Btotesbury, at
Philadelphia, Andrew Mills In the Union
League Club, of New York, and Charlea
O. Dawes in Chicago. The totals wore
turned over to tne committee, ana tnat
In some cases prevented him from know
ing who were the contributors.
He recalled that David Jayne Hill
frave 32,000 to tho campaign, and White
aw Reld 310,000. He had no Independent
recollection of the fact, but the news
papers had said he signed a receipt of
310,000 from, the United States Steel
"I don't doubt I signed It," he said.
He spoko of two or three smalt con
tributors. In response to questions by
Senator Pomerene the witness said he
knew of no refund to Standard Oil or
No Conditions Attached.
Judge Duell said he had talked freoly
with Chairman Cortelyou about the to
tals of receipts and disbursements, but
not about contributions. He thought
that no contributions would have been
unacceptable to the committee unless
conditions were attached.
"If there were no conditions at
tached," he said, "they would havo
He knew of none with conditions at
tached. Judge Dvell concluded and the com
rrltteo then recessed until tomorrow
morning at 10 o'clock, when Colonel
Roosevelt will bo heard. Much pressuro
for sects whon Colonel Roosevelt comes
was evident today. Among the spec
tators will be Sir Georgo Reld and Lady
Only'Four Transactions, and
. None of Importance.
One Bond Sale.
The bottom dropped out of the local
stock trade, Just when brokers were
expecting matters to brighten, en
couraged by the resumption of activity
during the last two days.
Everybody Is up In the air. awaiting
developments and slow to make pur
chases or sell stocks so long as the un
Nothing developed on merger lines, al
though there was some gossip. Presi
dent King Is out of the city, and no
meollngs are scheduled for twelve days.
One small lot of Gas brought 86. A
little Mergenthaler 125, and Capital
It was as. near a nominal market aa
any during the long summer months.
In tho bond list City and Suburban S's
showed at lot.
The capital stock of the North Capi
tol Bank will be 175,000, more than sub
scribed. Applications were In for over
1100,000 of stock. The original Intention
waa to mako the capital SM.noo, and a
compromise was made on $75, OW.
E. H. Dyer, who has been chosen as
cashier. Is at prcient one of the as-
Bisiani caaniers ok me American na
Sales Today on
The Local Exchange
Cltv and Suburban R. R. 6's, 81.0000
Washington Gas. 6986.
After call Capital Traction, 143124.
Junk Dealer Victim
Of Novel Swindle
ilver Brenner, a Junk dealer, of 2619
M street northwect complained to the
police today that he had been swindled
out of 320 by a rather novel scheme.
Brenner said he was approacnea yes
terdav bv a man who told him there
waa a quantity of copper and brass at
the postotnee wnicn couia do purcnaaea
for tUi. and that considerable money
could be made on the transaction.
The stranger said he had 330 and
asked Brenner to advance him 320 to
close the deal. Brenner not only gave
him the money, but also loaned him a
horse and wagon In which to hald the
tuff. Later the rlr was found aban
doned and Brenner told the police that
he naa learned mat no ono naa maae
a"n effort to purchase any old metal at
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turn to 711 llth st. N. E., and receive reward.
LOST Sunday night September so, fox ter
rier: left ear and eye black. Return to
RADY'S CAFE, M I'a. ae. N. W, and re
ceive reward !
LOST I'ocketbook containing I tens, 1 Ave.
and 2 one dollar bllla; also several receipts,
loet In neighborhood of loth and Florida ave.
N. E. Liberal reward If returned to It B.
CADT. 3 New Tork ava. N. W. j
FOUND Seven packages. 1 sweater, t veil, 1
pole. II umbrellae. 1 badge, 1 watck fob,
1 s-iar 1 ajtatllass 1 V nlna V liraa I
cant. 1 pair gU . i co&u, I photo graph, 1
pair ruDDr, i Dag. i ouncnea oi Ky, i
basket. 3 hata, 1 ault caae, 1 old cola. WASH
INGTON TERMINAU UNION STATION.
nBAUTT CULTURE TAUQIIT. Trr nr ar.
Ustlo manicuring, aclentlOo hair dressing
facial maaeage ana cniropoay. no r at. nw,
MTSFfT!ATTJ manicurino and
JU-LOO t.0-ll. BCALP TREATMENT.
711 7th st. N. W Apt. L Th. Main TiK !
MILLINER, artistic stylish, heme or out,
moderate; feathere made, dyed, cleaned.
curled. Ph. Main 7M- 1010 Eye St. N. W.
ORA FIEL-D S21Z, "-JSHl
Bf alp Treatment, 701 II N. V., aacood floor.
MISS JAMltllON. manlcura, fact maaaage
and aoalp treatmanu 1104 O at. N. W,. 2d
floor front, lloura Ircm 10 a. m. to I p. m.
MISS WELLS 8$S?&y.
Ava. id floor front. Houra, f to t p. m.
CLEAN1NQ and laundry work by day.
10th at. N. W.
WRITINO to do at home.
BOX K. Times
WANTED Extra employment, ofnce or out
side, by young man who can devote I hours
a day; beat reference. BOX M, Times officii.
REFRIOERATINO ENGINEER, competent,
seeks position; available immediately. BOX
17. Times office.
WANT CARPENTER WORK; willing to
work cheap. Drop postal and see at once,
ltd Eye et. N. W.
CARPENTER Repairing and remodeling atora
fronts or home repairs. Call Line. Ml.
Mtie and Ferrule.
POSITION ss cook and butler by man .-nd
wife; I years' experience; references. 1611
Church st. N. W.
MAN AND WIFE want positions all around
manj woman Una laundres and bouse girl.
HELP WANTED -EM ALE
ALTERATION HANDS on Women's coata.
suits and skirts, only thoss with experience
need apply; good salary and permanent posi
tion. Apply to MR. FRANK, second Uoor,
APPRENTICE OIRL to learn ladles' tailor
Ing. H. MILLER. 1111 17th at. N. W. ..
APPRENTICES for ladles' tailoring, paid
while learning. 1C0 o st. N. W.
COAT AND QOWN HANDS Thoroughly ex
perienced. Apply U. ERLEUACHElt, 11
F t. N. W. ' ..
COAT AND BKIRT HANDS Thoroughly ex
perienced. Apply JULIUS qARFIMCLU
A CO., Uth and F sts.
COOK Good, wuh and Iron; 4 In family.
1131 H St. N. W.
COOK In small family; good wages. Apply at
once 108 Florence court.
wanted at once. 1318 E st. N,
EXPERIENCED CLOAK AND
SUIT SALESWOMEN wanted.
Only those with experience need
apply. LAUMAN'S, 402 7th st.
FINISHERS on coats; good psy, 1210 O st
WOODWARD ft LOTHROP
Require the services of
EXPERIENCED WHITE WAITRESSES
For their Cafe.
Apply Before 10 A. M.,
GENERAL HOUSEWORKBR Experienced
and reliable. 1739 U st. N, W. !
GENERAL HOUSEWOllkER. 100 East Capl
OIRL Keat for general housework at once.
IIS II St. U. Vf.
Dint, for general housework, iwaihlag and
ironing: etay nig Ms. nil Ljnoni st. ..
QIRLS-Ilrlght. neat, II to is years of age
and alile clerks, parcel wrappers and mes
sengers; good pay. splendid chane lor pro
motion. Apply it. W. BCUAUll, Golden
berg's, 7th and K t.
OlRtColored, for general houMworkl small
imuyi reicrences. m Id af. n. w. -
OinLr-young colored, to asilit In housework;
nmnr oi iw, Appiy eie so en n w. ..
HELP ON COATS-Flrtt-claaei good wages.
Call at once, K irth at. N. W.
lADY CANVABBtmS rour A NO. t KICK-
uint ens i'a. ave. . w.
UAPY to alter ladles' garments and make
hersel! generally umful In cloak and suit
store. tf. PODKK. Its 7th at. N. W. w
WOODWARD A LOTH HOI'
Require the services o(
Apply before 10 a. m., Employment Offl.ee.
NEW YORK FRENCH
MIL.UNERT SCHOOL, Hit O STREET.
ORADUATEH OV OUR ACAUEUV
' COMMAND THE 1IICJ1IE8T
SALARY l'All) MILLINERS.
GOOD I'OBITIONB FUItNIHHED.
SEND roll liOOKLET.
NURSE Thoroughly experienced, for child
years old; references required. F, ROSE,
1111 r it. n. w.
OPERATORS on mattreea ticks.
MfO. CO., IW-0 V N. W.
STENOGRAPHER WANTED-Young lady to
take dictations; must be quick an3 a goud
speller,' easy hours. Call POU'8 THEATER,
Manager'a Ofnce. 1
1111 7th at. N. W.
SETTLED WOMAN to do general housework
In small family of adults. 1UI Webster
st N. W.
101 11th st
SKIRT HANDS Experienced on tailor mada
sklrta. 1110 O at. N. W.
TAILORESS wanted to help on men'e coats.
Apply ill O st. N. W. Room 10. 1'
TAILORESS At once, a Arst-clasa on coats.
WEIBB. 11 St. N. W. !
TWO LADIES experienced la house to houaa
canvassing; good money to right parties.
Call alter p. m.. ill 10th et. N. E. 1
WHITE EARLY CLEANERS. Apply RA
LEIOH HOTEL HOUSEKEEPER at once;
111 per month. !
TOUNO LADY that can typewrite and as
sist In ornc work: to per week. Room
4M, Stewart llldg.; call alter I o'clock,
HELP WAN I ED MALE
A DEMONSTRATOR In a Washington de
partment store; one familiar with houacfur
turnings preferred; answer by mall wita full
partlculara as to previous experience and
referencea to ISAIAH 11. TAYLOR MFO.
CO . 404 Equitable llldg.. llaltlmore. Md.
A COMPLETE COURSE In Drafting at night
Including Mathematlca. Start now. Write
or call for latest catalog. COLUMR1A
SCHOOL OF DRAFTINU. McLacblen Rldg.,
AUTO AND CARRIAQE I'ALNTER-One
firet-claas. Rear 111-13 Id it. N. E., iiEIl
NARD HAZEL. 1..
UAKElt Second band.
1111 11 at. N.
UARUERS Two firat-claas at once; pay ac
cording to experience, 72S Ith et. B. E.
BOY White, In drug store; short hours.
Apply STONELE1UU COURT DRUG
DOTS Urlibt, active. II to II years ot age,
aa transfer clerks; good pay and permanent
positions. Apply 11. W. 8C1IAU1J, OOLD
ENllERO'S. Tib and K.
IIOYS AND YOUTHB
(11 to II years of age)
For Ofnce and I'oelUona ihrougheut
WOODWARD A LOTHROP. 1-
liOY with bicycle and alao references.
7th et. N. W.
UOY lletween II and II years old, white.
Call IMS Qlrard . N. W., between I and
DOTS White, over II years old; dot afraid
of rough, dirty work. 1111 Pa. ave.
BOYS White, over 11 years old. to run.
arraoda around store. Apply
JULIUS OARF1NKLE A CO..
llth and F ata.
BOYS aa tinners' helpers.
Apply SH Lit.
BOOT BLACK for barber abop.
once. os utn l. . w.
COAT HAND Experienced; alio apprentice
at once. 11. aiii.i.riit, mi utn at. r. w.
COLLECTOR Experienced, with bicycle, for
clothing store; references required. Call
I to I p. m., Ith and Eye sts. N. W.
COLORED hotel waltera. 10 -lra, 12 a day
and expenses. DICK'S HOTEL AGENCY.
Uth and I'a. ave.
COLORED BOY to help on delivery wagon;
wagoe ij. i;au Detwecn v ana ui only.
ANTON FISCHER. 0I O et. !
ELEVATOR CONDUCTORS White; only
those with experience; good eaiary; per
manent positions. Apply to C. O. NORRI8.
LANSOUROH A BRO.,
420-M 7th St. N. W.
EUROPEAN steward, hotel and two door
footmen. Apply DICK'S HOTEL AGENCY,
12th and Ta. ave.
FINISHERS for fixture work. Apply Em
. ployment Office (before 10 a. m.) WOOD
WARD A LOTHROP. 1-
HOTEL ELEVATOR conductors; fine; -all
white; today. DICK'S HOTEL AGENCY.
12th and I'a. ave.
HOUSE PAINTERS Be era! good, at once.
Apply KOI G St. N. W. M. F. IIOBSON.
MAN Young, strong; wanted to learn fin
ishing leather. VIRGINIA KID WORKS,
Alexandria, Va. 1..
MAN Experienced furnishing. Apply after
p. m LIVINGSTON. 122 7th at. N. W. ..
MEN Four to cut corn on farm. Apply be
tween I and i p. m., D. M. FREEMAN, 403
C at. N. E.
MEN-100 for storing coal. W. W. OKIF
FITH. 1241 N St. N. E. ..
MEN White, active, to waah windows.
10th st. N. W.. Id floor. Room I.
Two at once to learn ths auto business and
be prepared to accept good positions. It Is
your opportunity. Call at once on the NAT.
AUTO COLLEOE. Ith and O ata. N. w.
Open until I p. m. --
MILK DRIVER Experienced to work
truck, tij F et. N. E.
PAPERHANOER8 and painters wanted at
once; ateady work. Apply 1120 Uth at N. W.
PAPERHANOBRS 10 at onoe; bring tools.
Apply J. W. BOND. 117 Q aU N. W. 1'
PAPER1IANOER8 at once.
ia 7tn st. a. w.
PAINTERS Flvs reliable and good work
men. J u wasningion at,, Aexanana, va.
PRESSERS Two experienced on gent's
clothes. Apply 111 llth at. N. E. ' 1
I'RESiER-Uood wages to right man.
7th st. 8. W.
PERMANENT position for market clerk.' Ap
ply 1310 Wisconsin ae. je
l'RESSER Experienced oh ladles' and gent'S
clothes: steady work and good pay. Call
at once. 1J2I 18th st. N. W. l..
SALESMAN with knowledgs ot shoe busi
ness. Apply between hours ot 1 and 3
p. in. T1IU BIEBER.-KAUFMAN CO., 901-103
tth St. B. E.
SALESMAN to call on the retail grocery
trade of Washington; salary, p. O. BOX
602. Times office. p
St. N. W.
Apply 119 Ith
SHOEMAKER-Flrst-clau, at onoe. KLEIN
bllOE REPAIR CO., 911 llth St. N. W. ..
STEAM FITTER'S HELPER. Apply II.
KING, 1117 lOlll St. N. E.
TAILORS Thoroughly experienced, on wom
en's coata Apply
JULIUS OARFINKLE ft CO., 13th and F sts.
TAILOR Help on ladles' tailoring: must un
derstand alteration work. Wit llth at. N.
TAILOR for altering and repairing and all
the new work: steady work. Call at once.
407 Ith St. 8. E.
TAILOR on old and new work.
llth it.. N. W.
TAILOH-Flret-class, at once.
2151 Pa. ave.
UNION TINNER at once.
(II D St. N. W.
R. C. BROOKS,
YOUNG MAN In grocery store; must be
hustler, 416 Ccdsr St., Takoma Park. !
Require the service ot '
l'AUKUHB AND RECORDERS'
For their Delivery Department.
Apply before 1 10 a. m., Employment ofnee.
WHITE LABORERS and COLORED LA
IIORERB to work far the lleltlmora and
Ohio Railroad Company. Apply UALT1MORU
A OHIO niEE LAHOIl HUH ISA U, U DefTHS
court (between H ana Eye eta. N. C) 1
Young man with business quali
fications, to solicit. Must have the
"ginger" and come well recom
mend. Good permanent position.
Good opportunity for producer.
AI'l'LY I1BT. I A I I. M.
ROOM 777 Munsey Bldg. '
WANTED i-horse teems, wsgonei and
drivers; steady employment LITTLE-
FIELD, AFVOHD A CO., M7 Itth at. N. W.
TOUNO MAN with some experience In bar
ber buslneeei good salary. Zttl nth at Ne.
YOUNO MAN ae assistant trimmer; muat
have etperlenca In custom tailoring. .y
ply J. M. BfEIN A CO., tJ Uth N. Vf. ..
Hale and Female.
HIE DRILLERY, 1100 N. Y. ave.-Every day
and every evening speed dictation and In
dividual typewriting Instructions, arlthmetlo
and report writing, for the fall civil service
examinations; typewriters far examination
gratis. Individual Instructions for beginners.
SHORTHAND AND TTPEWHITINO-Com-
filete course rilman. Barnes, and Oregg,
in touch typewriting and machine at
home, 140; Syllable, 130. Private Instruction.
STENOGRAPHIC INSTITUTE, 111 Colorado
llldg. Phone M. UK.
An accurcd for all graduate ot
UHAUOIIAN'8 BI'ENCEIUAN BUSINESS
COU-EOE. 1117 Nw York av. N. W. Iar
and avanlng naalona all tho year. Call,
writ, or phono Main 4110 for catalogue,
AOENTS WANTED-W per week. No In
vestment or experience necessary. Write
for my big tailoring proposition. 1'. W.
Ooodman. President, 411 S. Ith Ave., Chicago.
TO BELL to merchants only, an Indispensable
machine, showy and attractive. Bella for
It. Choice ot territory to first applicants.
V. K. KO Lynchburg. Va. 1
OROCERY and market store; excellent pay
ing atand on heights; worth 1,S0; quick:
sale, take l0; rent 121.
1100 MONTH will buy you handsomely tar
nished ll-room rooming house and corner
property central N. W.; price of all !S,7M;
trust on property I4.I0O at fr. '
NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKER8, 143 F.
ROOM1NO HOUSE; U rooms; M st 1100
ROOMING HOUSE; Z3 rooms; Uth st....l,M0
ROOMING HOUSE; 14 rooms; 10th st 1700
HOOMINO HOUSE; 10 rooms; I st WTC
ROOM1NQ HOUSE; u rooms; E st MOO
ROOMING HOUSE: 9 rooms; 4Ul st IKS
EQUITY BUS. BROKERS, U37 N. Y. ave.
GREAT BAROAIN gin old established and
well located paying corner grocery at
Invoice; rent cheap; lease.
LUNCH ROOM, bualneaa aectlon and oppoilte
Government Dept.; cost ILOOO to equip.
Price, too; recelpla IM day.
ROOMIKO and boarding house near Carnegie
Library; clearing IIOO month; only MM; rent
ISO. Also 14-room rooming nouse, 100 block
I st; best In city at woo; rent tu.
CONFECTIONERY, notion and light grocery;
old established and paying stand N. W.;
youra for 1171; nice houss; cheap rant.
WHOLESALE llguor and grocery; best of
reaeone for selling; take Invoice; Tent 140;
NEW YORK BUSINESS BROKERS. IIS F.
ROOMING HOUSE. 13 noma, all filled; rea
sonable. 4M O at. N. W.
FINE TAILOR SHOP for sale; reasonable.
BOX II. Times office.
FOR SALE Barber abop doing good busi
ness; good location; reasonable. BOX C
Tlmea office. e
JEWELER wishes to lease part of store with
any other suitable bualneaa; must be In flrst-
ciaes loquiir. i-pona ai. eais. x-
WAN I ED MISCELLANEOUS
HIGHEST CASH price paid for worn sloth
log: either ladlee' or gentlemen'e; send
postal: Bill call. B. TARSUBk. UM 7th St.
N. W. Phone North 4IS.
IIIQIIEST CASH PRICES PAID FOR ALL
kinds of second-hand furniture. Drop postal
er phone Main 7144, A. MILLER'S Furniture
Houee. Id K N. W.
WANTED Furniture. Pianos. Carpets, eta.
Phone M. Ut) for wagan, or have us sail.
WESCHLER'B." M0 Pa. ave. N. W. 1
WANTED To buy all feather beda. Whoa
selling, why not drop postal to MARKS A
CO.t Old reliable firm. 414 10th. appaslts
gas office, or phone CoL lei-M.
WANTED Twenty teams to haul brick.
HAMILTON ft CO.. Arllngtun HoteL
WANTED Furniture for can. aau year
goods to ths man who gtvea you las saoat
Boner. See HOPWOOD. Ith and X. 1
PROF. WYNDHAM, 111 irth st. N. W.;
teaches all dances; class Tue. A Bat. 7:10;
leaeon, Mo; I for UM; private any hour.
Phone Mala M7I.
OLOVER'S. Ill ltd at. N. W. Prl. laaaogs.
He: waits ft i-sten guar. In I leasons; due
and dance Tut.. Tnurs.. Sat. eve., I0o; ball
room for rent, II. Orchestra. Phono W. U2I.
ASSEMBLY DANCES every Thurs. ft Sat.
eve., Nat. Rifles Armery. DAVISON'S, Pref.
ft Mrs.. 711 Ith nw. Lessons any hour. Class
snd dance Tues. evgs. Ph. M. 4114.
MISSES CHAMBERLAIN AND COBB'S
DANCINO SCHOOL. 104 EYE ST. N. W.
Social Dames ev. Mon. eve. Ph. M. U41
WASHINGTON'S NEW DANCING STUDIO.
Miss Chapnlear, 1421 Q at. nw. Opening dance
Arcade THURSDAY, Oct, 10. North M44.
PRIVATE DANCING SCHOOL.
Only One Taught at a Time,
Lateat Dances. Folk Dances.
Belaaco Tbaaur, tap floor. Select. M. W2S.Y:
NOTICE TO LADIES
It. HARRIS, Ladles' Tailor,
719 llth st. N. W.
The 11.00 Skirt Home hsa removed from
XII llth st. to 719 llth N. W., with a- full
line of the most advanced styles In suits and
dresses at remarkably low figures. Misses'
suits. t:5 up. Estlmata suits, 115 up. Fitted
skirts, w bv au styles. ,
BLACKBTONE Embroidery hep and Wom
en's Exchange, stamping, designing, per
fersted patterns. Bring your artlclea for the
exchange. 102 B et. N. W.
VI A VI BCIENCE OF HEALTH I natural.
non-aurglcal, cloth-bound 400-page book
free. Apply by mall. 911 Colorado Building.
Free lecture for women Wednesdays at l:&
GOOD OLD RELIABLE
OYSTER HOUSE AND FISH
Seafood all kinds. Poultry and game. Freeh,
pure, fine. Our good reputation eerured end
maintained by offering only the BEST.
YOU GET A SQUARE DEAL AT
CLAXTON'S FISH MARKET,
R. W. CLAXTON, Prop.,
14014 LA. AVE. N. W.
Phone M. ITS;
NEW TAILORED SUITS
FOR LADIES AND OBNTB
AT MONEY SAVING PRICES.
101 Uth st. N. V.. Ph. U. 191.
Dyeing, cleaning altering, repairing and
pressing) alt work guaranteed.