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THE WASHINGTON TIBIES,-TUESDAY, OCTOBER 0, 1912.
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BANQUET IS HELD
TO MARK FOUNDING
First German Settlement in
Country Praised by .
With" toast and plaudit of the land of
their adoption, and folklore and sons
of the Fatherland. 300 representative
Washington Uermans, having as their
tftiests Commissioner Cuno "il. Rudolph
and a score of other prominent men.
concluded the celebration of tlio two-hundred-and-twenty-nlnth
of the founding of Qermantown, l'a
tttth a banquet at the Washington
Baengcrbund last night.
Throughout the day the Germans cele
brated the anniversary of the estab
llsllmcnt of the flrst colony of Teutons
In this country. A delegation from the
JVrlon Singing Society, headed by Aug
ust SchmMt, visited the tomb of Wash
ington. The banquet, which Is an annual af
fair, was held under the auspices of
the United German Societies, Martin
Vrlegand, president, presiding. Com
missioner Itudolph and Simon Wolf
Mere the principal speakers.
Commissioner Rudolph followed liar
tin Wlegand, who told of the good that
could be accomplished by the local
colony of Germans. Mr. Rudolph spoke
In German, and told of the life and
character of Frank Daniel Pastorlus.
who led the little band of pioneer Gel
mans who founded the now flourishing
north part of Philadelphia.
Simon Wolf, who spoke after the sing
ing of the German Maenner, declared
that in the keeping of the'eustom of c e
bratlng German day the better -ortlon
of the German character was absorbed
bv the Americans.
The guests of honor were Commission
er Rudolph. Martin Welganil. Simon
Wolf, Frank Clatldy, George W.,8pler(
Patrick Moran, and Patrick Haltlgan.
The committee of arrangements 'con
sisted of Martin Welgand, chairman;
Gustavo BEhder, secretary: August
Schmidt. William F. Myer. Phllln Dlt-
tes. Carl Cussler. and Frank IJhnert
A WHITE STREAK Of DISASTER!
, (Copyright 1113. Frank A. Munsey Co. I
Synopsis of Chapter Already Published
John (IrsTton Drastically owns the pros
perous town of Kenyonvlll. II (s back
off a traction company , promoted or
Oeorg. Colson, to do whl
1 , promo
fch ta. ha
Thi nanera, eoncernlnr th. deal dlaoD-
pear. There srs no clues save an odor
of Turkish , tobacoo la Orsfton's private
office and he recalls that, while exhibit
Ins his business suit to Ms friend Els
ford at midnight a letter hsd been
dropped down in mail. chute. Parker, the
wttchman, .- remembers thst sotn on,
whom ha thought .was Mr. Grafton, left
the building netr midnight. A detective,
Uurlelgh, attempts to unravel the mrs
tery snd irom the varliue signs concludes
that the thief, after stealing the paper.
aroppeu tnem. inauea in one or, tn nrm
eiope and addressed to nimieir. uowo
The reception committee was composed
of W. F. Myers. N. A. P. Bachschmldt,
A. W. Brink. Q. Dessler,. Philip Dlttes,
Carl Ealof. J. B. Geler. F. W. Helblg.
J. Kraft.O. Malr, W. Ruckdaschal. J.
F. Schneider, J. Waldman, and Henry
PURSE SNATCHER IS
GIVEN TEN YEARS
Profession of Thief That He Had
pained Religion Proves
Professing that he, had "gained re
ligion" while In jail and had fourteen
little brothers and sisters dependent
upon him for support, Leroy King, alias
Learider King, a self-confessed purse
snatcher, made a plea for mercy when
he appeared for sentence In Criminal
Court, No. 1. today, but Justice Staf
ford sentenced him 'to ten years In
The court observed that It was a pity
that the prisoner, who Is colored, was
not converted before ho committed the
crime, but declared no leniency would
be extended to men who snatched
pocketbooks from women on the streets
King pleaded guilty to grabbing a
purse from Maud L. Howlson on June.
28. He was arrested soon after the "rob
Baptist Sunday School
Workers Confer Here
n elope and addressed to himself, dow
th. mjll.rhiile. and that 'thev ar noi
lvlna In the central boa on th lower floor.
Grafton persuade II rail y, a politician, to
secur th paes-key from the postmaster
snd open the box.
Iloth teat th building, Orafton r.
turning later with Uurlelgh. Hiding In
the shsdow. of the eetlbule. they heir
som. one stt-mptlng to optti th 3t.
, An unfortunat nMivanent put th person
to fllKht, Orafton and Uurlelgh In clot
pureult. Afiei a lone chase the man
cape, and Orafton nndi In hi path th
mall box kty. They rush back to lb
building and upen the mall box, bat thre
Is no Utter. An early collection ha been
II resolves to trust hlmeolf to Culeon a
i honor, only to find, when b seek an ap
pointment with , him, that Oulaun has
tJlAf rtK AVlt. (.tonunueai..
URIOU8LY, In the confusion of
many strange Ideas und In the
strange afterhaso of his drug
trine, the notion of Imprison
ment had not occurred to him.
Thinking of Colson a the only direct
enemy to bo handled, he laid a hand on
the knob and turned It,
The door was firmly locked.
He tried It again, and bent and looked
.over the crack between door and tamo,
The bars brass convinced him ana
ho stepped backward with a scowl,
Thev had Imprisoned hlml
It una a most unpleasant sliock to
find that the keepers of the low place
wero evidently Ineague with his arch
enemy. Perhaps they had been well
paid for It and 'perhaya they; had not.
As matters stood. It was Imaginable that
Colson, having engineered him to th
room, might have locked the door him
self and departed quietly. .
If that wero tho case and tho' pro
prietor's intentions were good, ho should
have carlv opportunity to pruve It
Grafton cast about, for the button of a
call bell, and then smiled at his ov,n
absurdity In expecting such a thing
such a place.
Of course. It was not there. But the
guests, It mlBlit have been supposed,
had some means of communicating with
the powers of the place. He searched
further, but without avail.
"Well, how on earth do you ring 'em
up?" ho demanded Irritably.
Th nnnwer was not forthcoming.
Grafton searched the place again, and
and ended by knocking loudly on tho
He waited. Unless the place was
larger than he had fancied, some one
must hate heard that.
But no one had, or If the signal had
been noted there was no response. He
fumed for a few minutes and pounded
more heally. Again he listened for
the sound of approaching steps. Again
he was sorely disappointed.
"Confound III 1 m not alone In the
old barn, am IT He put his enx against
the panels. "Not a sound, thu N. By
Jovel I'll mako one, then!"
He pried at the small panel finally
succeeded In forcing It open. He stood
back a pace and nueu nis lungs ior a
shout that ould shake the very rafters.
"Heyi lieuoi iii-iiui neys .
He shook an approving head at his
own effort. That must surely raise
anyone who happened to "bo In tne
,in And when thev came In he would
have a few words to say on the sub-J
Ject of service.
But they did not cornel
Listen hard as he would, Grafton
could no moro detect signs of life with
out his apartment than ha cortld leave
"Now, that's peculiar!" he meditated.
"It's beginning to look very much as If
the crond here wero In with CoIen.
Well " t
Once moro ne stooa uacK irom tne
thrust his head out Into the close air
of the court. The ladder led to the
bottom. And at the bottom sat a man,
brawny and blue-nhlrted-Hind looking
upward at hlml
fl.vi Youl' cried Grafton.
tile other's ugly features broadened
'into a smile a smllo neither pleasant
nor promising. He offered no reply.
Look here, my man!" .
The sinister one smiled on In silence.
"I want this door unlockedl'"
The smile turned to a laugh.
"Ye do, hey?" "
"Yes, and I want It done quickly,
The man below watched him for a
few seconds, but vouchsafed neither
answer nor move, Indeed, he picked up
a pipe from tho pavement beside him
and llfhted It slowly and carefully,
Grafton seemed t have passed from
"Is that door going to be opened?"
"Hame dav. mebbe.'
The man smiled on, and the smile set
Orafton's blood to boiling. If they wele
not going to release him he would de
scend aim try conclusions with the per
son In the court and any other persona
who might choose to entir the gamni
nnd In his mood he felt capable of hand
ling all the court cifuid hold.
The sarh went higher. Ono of Graf
ton a legs was tnri'st out nnd found n
rung of the ladder. Ho gripped the ens
ing or tne window and piepared to de
scend to the" bottom.
And men n oice reached him.
"Heyl Git bock there!"
"Ill get buck when I'm rcrtdyl"
"Then jou're leady now seo!"
Something so uauuied lurked In the
tone that Grafton paused 'and glanced
The man of the blue shirt was be
neath him, and a revolver In his hand
He caught the acuind of angry
grunting; the 'steps reached the stair
way to the ,thrd floor and hurried up
nraftnn tfrasn.il his weaDon and stood
back with a sigh, almost of relief. At
last ho was to have a tangible enemyl
A ContlBuatlon nf Til Story Will
Dei Found la Tomorrow's '
Issue of The Times.
Woman Faces Charge
Of Killing Husband
BERFORD, Ind., Oct. I. The case ot
Mrs. Maude Ping, charged with the
murder of her husband several months
ago. Is to be called for trial tomorrow,
Mrs. Ping Is alleged to have shot and
killed her husband, James Ping, follow
ing a quarrel at the supper table. The
woman then shot herself in an attempt
at suicide, but recovered from her
wounds, and has since been confined In
the county jail awaiting trial.
Church Gains 125.
At the revival meeting conducted by
the Rev. W. II, Dean, at Kbenezer A,
M. E. Church, Fourth nnd D streets
southeast, there have been 12S converts
In the past two', weeks. The pastor
preaches on "The Blood" tonight and
"Front and Loss' tomorrow night.
MAN AND WOMAN
New York Man Was Accused
Infidelity ,by Washing
"rue been sitting hero to wait for
you, mister," his guard announced. "You
git nack, or you may coma down quicx
cr'n you think."
r"You git back."
Tho man did not look like the sort of
person who would hesitate long at mur
der, more particularly In tho closed
lourt. Grafton, gritting his teeth.
.EEL SHAKY, BILIOUS, HEADACHY, .
OR CONSTIPATED? TAKE CASCARETS
uvex: me cuuuict iw
Fatlma Cigarettes than for
any other brand of cigar
ettes in America. Th
eJrtro-quality blend 'has
made them famous. Still
yon get 2 Fatimasfor 15cf
obeed the Injunction.
tils guard poet
Rented himself upon an empty keg.
guard pocketed the pistol and re
liant. nnH rvnnniled his cheat.
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Help! Help: I'oucei i'oiice;
A five days' meeting of the Baptist
Training School for Sunday School
Workers opened yesterday In the Fifth
Baptist Church. A half hour's devo
tional service was followed by addresses
by the Rev. A. B. Withers, of Bridge
port, W. Va.; Wilson Holmes, of Gran
ville. Ohio, and the Rev. George T.
Webb, ot Philadelphia.
At the afternoon session, the Rev.
Dr. E. M. Stephenson, ot Harrlsburg,
Pa., addressed the meeting on "Cultuio
of Childhood." and the Rev. W. E.
Chambers, of Philadelphia, spoku on
"Attention Helping the Teacher." At
the evening service Miss A, B. Myeis,
f Philadelphia; W. K. Chalmers, and
George C. Webb delivered address.
Militia Guards Man
Held as Slayer of Four
QUINCY, III., Oct. S. With a special
cuard thrown around the Jail and a
-company of State mtlttla held In readl
ness to protect him from possible mob
vengeance, Ray Pfanschmldt passed i
int. nli-ht. He was arrested yen
terday as the slayer of his father,
mother, sister, and a school teacher
boarding at their home.
The feeling against the joung man,
who lsia graduate of the University ot
Illinois, Is high, and talk oT violence Is
heard on every side. Governor Dcneen
has telegraphed Capt. W. A. Long, com
mnnrio,. nf Pnmnftnv V. I. N. G.. to hold
himself In readiness to repel any attack
on the Jail by a mob. The estate left
by the elder Pfansqhmldt amounts to
I about J50.000, and all would naturally go
jj to the son, who Is the sole heir.
.? Four Hundred Arrested
In Chicago Vice War
CHICAGO, Oct. 8. Four hundred ar
rests were made here last night and
early today In raids In the annual-vice
crusade, which Is being carried on by
State's Attorney Wayman.
Warrants have been procured for fifty
owiiers of property alleged to be used
for disorderly purposes. In ono of the
. police stations last night Arthur nur
' rage Farwell. tho Rev. J. II. Chandler,
Dr. Anna R. Ranes, and Miss Lucy Page
Goston, all refotmers nnd- antl-vlce
workers, narrowly escaped being locked
s tip bv detectives who did not recognize
them. The Cook county commissioners
have appropilated (5,000 for continuance
of the anti-vice war, and Chief of Po
lice McSweer.ey has assured Mr. Way
lnan of his heartiest co-operation.
Crew Is Robbed.
Search Is being made today by the
police for a colored man who was dis
covered last evening leaving the
schooner Lottie Thomas, Capt. Arthur
Goode, lying at the Eleventh street
wharr, with a quantity of doming Be
longing to members of, the crew. The
thief "was seen as he was leaving the
boat Members of the crew gave chase,
but the colored man dropped the cloth
ing and eluded his pursuers.
h mured. "There! If the house has a
reputation they're bound to heed that
with in anurv smile he bent forward
to' await them. A minute dragged by
and another, and another. For all the
aid his hall had brought It might have
been shouted Into tlio mourn or a iomn.
When finally he gave over the hope
less task of listening, Grafton's mouth,
"They've got me! They've got me"
he muttered. "I suppose this Is one of
the places the police never visit or
visit only In regiments. And they've
got me enged un here!"
Ills hands in his pockets, he glowered
at the wretched carpet, at the cracked
mirror and the dirty windows.
"Well, damn them! They shan't have
me long!" ... , , ,
He strode across the place and look
ed out Into the court with snapping
eyes. Could he Jump? No, the window
was a good three stories above the
ground level. .
But a new opportunity caught his
eve and he snarled his delight. There
was a Are escape opposite tne oiner
window a single, frail, rusty ladder,
but a path to earthl ...
Quickly ho threw up the sash and
Bo that means of eacane was cut off!
The plot was very plain now. He had
uesn securely trapped foully, but very
efflclentlyj Whether by his own voli
tion or not, Orafton seemed In a fair
way to complying with Colson'a request
mat ne remain in i;nicago- for a aay
Almost bewildered, he perched on the
edge of a broken chair to reconsider.
They had him fast: that was certain. If
u Huuiu nau ueen ntaiionea oyen at tne
foot'of the rlrji-escape, there were other
guards, In all probability, awaiting him
In tho corridor. Should he succeed In
opening the door a dlaastroua rtrnsDect
would vtry likely confront him a blow
or a shot that would relieve him from
active business for more than a day
But Grafton's seven million which
notv hung In the balancr had not been
amassed by shr'nklng from disastrous
prospects; Indeed, his habit had been to
approach w hate er seemed most threat
ening und to vanquish It. He wasjiot
going to rform Ills habits now.
u tncy nad locked him; In. if they had
guarded the ladder, at least It was pos
sible to makrt a din such as would be
heard bejond the flimsy walls. What
good that would do was somewhat
problematic, but certainly he would
'hardly harm himself more tian by ac
cepting the situation complacently.
First, the door! If ho wot that down
without a fight, he would sally forth
end create Such a turmoil as oven this
dlsreputablo hole had not heard In a
decade. Ho walked quickly oven and
rnupeu on tne panels, 'rney were too t
anllrf in an Hnwn tt nr hatnr hi- Vin.l '
He turned to the aged bedstead, wlthj
Its heavy footposts. A wrench or two,
and he had hurled mattress nnd bedding
I. ,I.a fin.. ml I l.lul .I.B .. ,... .. '
from the frame. Ho weighed It and
swung It about his head In tentative
fashion, and 'he smiled Short of fire
arms. It was as good n weapon as the
heart of man could desire.
Standtng a yaid or so away, he swung
his club and brought It down against
tho door. A splintering crash ensued,
hut the wood held. He stepped back
and whirled It about his head nnco
more; once more brought It down upon
the old woodwork.
This time he made a distinct Impres
sion. A long, jagged crack appeared In
the uppr half -nf the barrier.
"Good!" Grafton rested the club
against his knees and drew 'back his
sleeve for a better grip. "Next time, by
thunder! the door comes down or the
old club smasnes!"
He drew breath and raised his batter
ing ram again, stepping away once
Two absolute divorces were granted by
Justice Anderson In Equity Court, No.
2, today. Mrs. Nellie M. Clapp obtained
a dltorco from George E. Clapp, of New
York city. The couple were married In
Jersey City on .August 30, 1903, and soon
afterward came to Washington. Subse
qurntly Clapp went to Now York, leav
ing his wife here.
The testimony of Mrs. Clapp was to
tne errect mat several niontns ago wnue
walking alone tho street with a friend
she saw her husband and a woman on
the opposite side of tlio street. She al
leles she trailed tho coUDlo to n hotel
und then notified friends, who forced an
entrance to tneir room.
Charles Baker was granted a divorce
from Sophia Baker.
Gains 165 Recruits
' aA hundred and sixty-five new names
were added last night to the Progres
sive party roster nt a meeting of tho
District central committee In Lewis
Bernstein's office. Sixth and D streets
northwest, last night.
A committee was unpointed to con
fer with Colonel Carrlngton, of Balti
more, on tho proposed rully In the Sev
enteenth district of Prince George roiin
ly. Meriitt '.. Dibble. Col. J. B. Clarke,
and Lewis M. Bernstein were named
on this coihnuttce.
Sick headaches! Always trace them tn
Inty liver, delayed, fermenting food In
the bowels or a sick stomach. Poison
ous, constipated matter, gases and bile
f;cnerated In tho Imwcls, Instead of bo
ng carried out of the system. Is reab
sorbed Into the blood. When this poi
son reaches the delicate brain tissue It
causes congestion and that dull, sick
Cascarets remove the cause by stimu
lating the liver, making the bile and
constipation poison move on and out of
the bowels. The effect Is almost Instan
taneous. .Ladles whose sensitive organ
isms are especially prone to sick head- I
nkna YmkA tint mnttnr tnw ih.w ..an Km 1
aulckfy cured by Cascarets. One taken
tonight win straignten you out oy
morning a 10-cent box will keep your
head clear, stomach sweet,, liver and
Ixiwels regular and make you feel bright
and cheerful for months. Children need
Cascarets, too they Jove them because
they taste good and never gripe or
Union Holds Rally
The fall rally of the Christian En
deavor Union was h-ld at St. Paul's
English Lutheran Church lost night.
Rexford Holmes, president of the un
William EUwood, E. f. Trumbower,
tliA nfii'. Hntnuel A. Bower, and E. P.
Gates, Slate Endcavorer secretary for
Illinois, made short addresses.
more, he gripped It firmly and swung It
about once, twice, thrice. Then ho
hurled It forward, with every ounce of
his own weight behind the stroke.
With a thud that brought plaster from
the celling above, the beqpoast went
squarely through the upper panel! That
one was settled. Grafton drew back his
club and smiled slightly. Two or three
more like the last, and he would have
tho thing down, hinges, and all and
He raised his weapon again but he
Inti-rrrH It before the blow could (fall.
Outside on the rickety stairs of the dark
hallway, steps were approacning rapm
makes pot and pan
spick and span
And Cuticura Ointment. Directions:
Make a parting and rub gently with
Cuticura Ointment. Continue until
whole scalp has been gone over.
Next morning shampoo with Cuti
cura Soap. Shampoos alone may
be used as often .as agreeable, but
once or twice a month is generally
sufficient for this special treat
ment for women's hair.
CaUnira Baa sad Olatmoat told tknxttkaut the
world. Utxral maple ot oach malted rroa. with
II-p baok. Addrns "CuUcura," Dopt. r. Bottoa.
sdreDdor-racrt fees ahar la comfort with Cut!
ct.ri Boap flhtYtnc Ftlei. 3te. Uberal oarapla tree.
Soap and muscle won't
clean your pots and pans
, properly thoroughly.
lYiarSmallirShoii.LtrjirSnilUeJ Ordinary washing of
cooking utensils passes
over whole hidden nests of
little wigglers commonly
Gold. Dost is a sanitary
washing powder that hot
only removes the visible
dirt and grease, but digs
deep after every trace of
germ life sterilizes pots,
pans, pails and kettles
leaving them clean, whole
Shake a little Gold Dust
in your dish-water and see
the startling results.
go'1 stops se
corn a seo
u rente t in
f o otgrowths
o a 1 1 o u ses,
ever grew on
r 1 d d a nee
P I a b u e rt
"Dingo" enables lots of folks to wear
size smaller suoes slzo laiger smiles.
Makes foot smooth as a whistle shoe
slips on so easily, painlessly, you foigot
you ever had foot trouble. '
"Dingo" shrinks the corn, loosens It-,
down to the root's end out It comes
Just like that! Doesn't hurt healthy Us.
sue. Bingo s as different from usuul
"corn cures" as night from day. Get
11 unu see.
Coats 2Vj worth more. At drurxlJV, or
int direct by Dcnnlson Pharmacal Co , lit
No. Dearborn Bt . Chicago, 111. Sold In trna
city by I'eoptca Drug store, cor. 7th and K
ota. N. W.. and Tin and E sta.: Affleck's twa
busy drug stores. Ml Q st. and lEth and 1'
Is i W. T. Kcrfoot. Jr., 7th and L au X.
W. ; Jamra O'Donnell's Drug Stores, 004 F at.
H. W.l Cortitisnl Pnig Co.. : tth st. N, W.
sLkk a 1 ais
is sold In 50
i i e and
"lt A CoUDtut Twin da year warh'
FOR reference as to the
efficiency, of tno
service we render,
we direct your attention
to the thousands ot people
In Washington and tho
District ot Columbia who
regularly deposit tholr
funds with this Company.
Savings accounts from
$1.00 upwards are cordial
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CONTAINING FULL DESCRIPTION OF
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H nirrrt .V. tV.
No. f Room
9 large rooms
and bath and
2 room and
Seventeen Twelve It st.
These apartments convenient
to all cars, and centtr o(
city. All rooms very larce
and cheerful. Btncuy nrst
1H1U Kalorama Itoad.
Kl.t T Ht. N. w.
1822 V St. N. W.
1627 Sixteenth a N. W.
If. U IIUBT, .
1400 It atretU
L. Banibury Co..
HI Uth N. W.
Tbomaa J. FUnar Co.. Inc.
Thomaa J Flahor Co..
Apartment run length of
butldlnff. All ou tilde- rooma,
Convenient to two car lines.
Detached building, 2nd floor
front; gaa loga; telephone:
belt of service. Apart, will
bo In flrst claaa order.
Apartments run length of
building; alt out Id rooms;
screened porches. Beautifully
kept building, Near "U" it.
Bachelor and housekeeping
apartments; all outslUe
rooms; service cannot be ex
lttd! lctrl lvatop ax.
I cellently located.
First and Hast Capitol -
1. J. and I
ISO and i
Th.maa J Fierier A Co..
Most deilrablr arranged
apirtmenta In beet residential
section of Waahlnston, op
posite Cone. Library and
overlooklns Cap. Ground!.
Elec elevat. aerv. all night
1403 W fit. N. W.
918 18th St. IV. W.
2(127 Adams Hill Itoad.
t I, I
I (J 00.
The F. II. Bralth Co.,
1401 Now York A,
It. Smith Company.
T. ave. Telephone
Tlie F. II. Emtth Company,
KOS New Tork avenue. Tel
ephona Main KU-U32.
2130 1 Street
The r. II. Smith Co.
1401 New York ave.
Phones Main tml32.
Five story' modern apartment
house, all outside rooms, ele
vator, telephone, etc.
Located In the best residence
section; conenlent to all
cars and all departments
perfectly heated and lighted.
no dark rooms south expos.
Convenient to both oar lines,
large reception halls; excel
In desirable cectlon of the
northwest, near Dupoat Circle.
Large porches, excellent con-
' No. 11 It 8t. N, li
U17 Lincoln road.
Large bright outitde rooma,
large closets, ciectrio 'Ughtt.
steam heat! Janitor service
14T It St. N. K.
II Kcktnston IM.
4 arsl I roama
1C27 Lincoln road.
and 114 00
ten Lincoln road.
Electrto lights; private rear
porch; steam heat; janitor
Large bright rooms, claaeta.
electric Ighta; steam heat.
1st and B Bis. N. W.
5323 14th St. X. W.
L I. and
1. 2. and 1
14tk aad Cttltoa Sta.
4. 6, and
IS B St. N. W.
and 14th st.
O. Bliss Properties.
IS B 81 H. W.
On the Heights. 14th st
car line. Janitor service.
814 23d St. N. W.
15 B St N. W.
O. Bliss Properties.
85 B St. N. W.
3rd and a Sts. N. W.
ISth and Md, Atc. S. W.
1840-1842 California St. N. W.
1 and 1
1 to 4
2 and i
15 B St. N. W.
Fine location. All con
veniences. 14th it car
In the heart ot business
section. Janitor service.
G st. car line
A. O. Bliss Properties,
S5 B St. N. W.
O. Bliss Properties.
JS B St. N. W.
Uth and llth st. car
Near Conn. ave. car line.
Fine location. Janitor.
1323 Clifton St. N. W.
1333 Belmont St, W.W.
1031 17th 84. N- W.
W tPWJ! J,STr.LlWAGi;W.Prl, j
S132 F St. IV. W. '
S02S 10th St. TV. W.
103T Lamont St, N, W.
i 4 rooma
and 4 ronma
2031 V St. N. W.
itS&GSSSSo I THE TRUXTON
2031 F St. N. W.
1 and 1 rooms
Real Estate Trutt Co..
1114 F at N. W
Ileal Estat. Trust Co..
lilt r at N. W.
Ileal Eitate Trust Co..
tilt F st N. W.
Real Estate Trust Co..
Illl F st N. W.
Real Eitate Trust Co..
1114 F st N. W.
Real Estat. Trust Co.,
lilt F st N. W.
toal Estat. Trust Co
lli! r it N. W.
Real Eitate Trust Co..
(It F st N. W.
Ideal location, nerlooklng the
city of Washington. Larse
and well kept lawn. Oonvea
lent to : car lines.
Southern exposure. AcceSilble
to to csr lines. Splendidly
Very conveniently located.
Good service. One-halt block
from ear tine. ,
Centrally located within walk
Ing tiutanc. of ahopptng and
thiatre, dUlrlcti. Acccallbl.
to two car lines. Unusually
large rooms snd back perches.
Just olt Sixteenth atreet
Splendidly kept building
Apartment! light and airy.
Splendidly located tn Mount
I'learant Nicely kept build.
Ins: good Janitor service; sll
Near Dupont Circle: In fash
ionable northwest sectloo; all
70 lltioile Island Ayr. N. W.
13th and B Sts. 8. W.
rec. nail and
4 snd I rooms
AcceatlMe le car lines. Walk
ing dlitanj. tr ttestree and
shopping district. Welt kept
building. Good sertloa.
Thos. H. Melton.
Eleventh and II sts.
(24 to 111
130 John Msrshsll pi.
Phone It. 4(17.
Every roam front: heat and
hot water; electric lights, tel
cphorui and telegraph service
fiom building; Janitor. Apart
menta upon for Inspection.
Bright cheerful apartment!),
located on car line, heated,
flrit-clasj condition, eood ser-Ic