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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1912.
Market Slowly Digesting London s
NEW YORK STOCKS RATHER SLOW,
WITH VERY FEWIMPORTANT
NEW tORK, Oct 1 Wall street op
rations were neither very large nor
important aa 10 pnce nuciusuons.
Whentprer email fraction advanpei oc
cur there aeema to be stock tor aale.
The commlulon houiei have ' gelling
orders and London haa not been buying:
Americana, Balkan eandttlone are auoh
aa to cauie uneasiness despite the fact
that the powers are working !n the In
terest of world peace. The Montenegrin
consul' general at London confirmed the
report that his government had de
clared war on Turkey,
While there waa more or lesa dull
ness here and there, some slight reces
sions as well, there were spots where
good strength developed. Heading was
clearly the leader of the railroad stocks
and led of the Industrlala In point of
The great hulk of the business was In
.mm uiu-mihi isueii ui urn invraei,
Union Pacinc, Heading, and Steel. The
inn inree oia-ums leaaers qr me raarxet.
Today's New York Stock Exchange Prices
Quetatleeis furnished by W. B. Hfbtts Ca.. members of New Tork Stock Ex
chenge. Washington Stock Exchange, aa4 Chicago. Board of Trade, Mbbs Building.
nigh. Lew. p.m. Cloee.
AmaL Copper nH Ki tlHI tlH
Am. Beet Sugar com. RH 70 71 Vi I 7JH
Am. Can. com MH 13T. 41 I 44M
Am. Can. pfd 121 1J3K 123 I l!i
Am. C. A Fdy, com to 1H cittl 3
Am. C. Fdy. pfd....U7H WW 117H I US
Am. Cot Oil com 94 U M I MH
, Am.Loco.com U OH U I ii
AnvSmelt A Ref.com. mi tTH 87T4I ITW
Am.Sug.oc Ref.con...J!7 IMVt 137 1 lVi
Am. Tel A Tel H4H 144H 144H I t44H
AEm. Tobacco, pfd.. JHK 104 104H 1 104H
Anaconda Copper 4H tt sett I 4H
Central Leather pfd.. MH WH MV. I
Colo. Fuel & Iron 42H 114 42M I 43H
Con. Gas. N. T I47K WW 147U 1 147H
Oreat North. Ore...
..si 31 si i sm
..tt3 183 183 1183
. H 50H I Mte
,123Vi 123!i 123M 1 1231
National Lead, com.. (TVi MK MH I 66H
Pao MotlStmp MH MH SHI
Peoples O as of Chi... I20H 11SH 120H 1 118H
Prea. 8. Car, com.. MH MH 30H SDH
Ity..Bt-Bpgs., com.... '3914 89H 304 1
Hep. I. & 8. com 34 S3H 84 I 34
81oss-Shef. 8 &I, com 67 87 87 I
Tenn. Copper H 44K 44K I 48
U.&Rubber, com 84 UK M I M
ILB. Rubberpfd lit 112 112 I
U.S. Bteel, com 70 78H 78', I 79H
U.K. 8teel, pfd JI5H 118H 1ISH 1 116
Utah Copper 64V MH" 64K I Wtt
Va. Car. Cham., con 47 47 47 I 47
West'house Elec. MeMi 84H 8SKI 88
Atch. Convert. 4s.... WH mi WH l"
B. & O. Oen. 4's WH WH 87H I WH
B.R.T. Con. 4' IK 1W vlHI 92
aa ft q. joint 4's..... tv; wh HHitm
68H 00H OSHI C9H
81H 81K 81HI 81H
Pa. Con. SVi's 1918...
..w. 6H mil a4
..106 108H 108H 1 108H
U. Pac Con. fa...,
.I03H 103H 103H 1 103H
U. B. Steel 2d 8's JOSH 102 1O2HI102
Bid and Asked Prices
. 8. Reg. J's
. 8. Coupon 2's
U. S. Reg. S's
U. 8. Coupon J's
U. 8. Reg. 4
U. 8. Coupon 4's
Geo. Gaa Cert Ind 6's
Georgetown Gas E's
Washington Gaa S's
. 100 101H
, 1WH 103V,
, 102H 103H
, 113 114S
Cap. Traction R. R. 6'a 110 111
Anacostla A Potomao 6s
Ana. A Hoti 6's Guar....
City A'Surburban 6'a
Columbia R. R. E's
Columbia R. R. 6's..... ..
Metropolitan R. It 6a....
Wash. RV. A Elec. 4's......
Wash. Alex. A Mt V. S's.
rotomac Elec. Cons. 6's
Potomao Elec. Lt 6's....
C. A P. Telephone S's....
Amer. Tel. A Tel. 4's....
D. C. Paper Mfg. S's....
N. A W. Steamboat 6's..
Rlggs Realty S's (long).
Rlggs Realty S's (short).
. 107 107
PUBLIC UTILITY BTOCKS.
Capital Traction 123 124H
Wash. Ry. A Elec. com 90
Wash. Ry. A Elec. pf. 90
Waah.-Va, Ry. com 45
WR-h .Va. Rv. nf. 73
N. A W. Steamboat 205 209
Washington Ga .86 87H
eorgetown Gas 119 100
Eastern Light A Fuel 122 ...
Amer. Tel. A Tel 143 ...
TYPE MACHINE STOCKa
Mergenthaler Linotype 225M 226
Lanston Monotype 91 93H
Greene Cananea ....' 10 ...
NATIONAL BANK 8TOCKB.
American National Bank 172H 179
Capital National Bank 220 26S
Columbia National Bank 280
Commercial National Bank.. 206 215
District National Bank 140
Far. A Mecli National Bank.. 2C0 273
Lincoln National Bank 160
Metropolitan Nat. Bank 203H 2U
Rlggs National Bank 680 COS
Becond National Bank 160 168
National Bank of Wash 280 270
TRUST COMPANY BTOCKB.
American' Sec. A Trust 299 WJ
National Sav. A Trust 280
Urlon Trust 138 It
Wash. Loan A Trust 230 280
THE COMMERCIAL. NATIONAL. BANK
, With capital and surplus of
And resources aggregating about
Desires to meet or correspond with those seeking new
THE BANK OF PERSONAL SERVICE
metal atocki were leu aotlve and yield
eu sugntiy, in me industrial list Beet
Hurnr waa me weakling, losing a iuii
point, while Copper was. H lower and
smelting comparative! steady,
London did not sell stock aa
London did not sell stock aa liberally
as durlnr the previous day. althoua
.u l r. - --;-- ..
mere were evidences or sales in smaller
re evidences of sales In small)
There was little of news In the gossip
of the day. The same old story of Won
derful prosperity comes from all seo
tlons, and the advancing trend of prices
for1 all metal products continues. A
Pittsburgh dispatch announces another
raise of 12 a ton on steel hoops, this
being In line with the policy that Is
being followed In the trade.
Large financial .houses are discourag
ing any expansion of the market at this
time, having in mind the digestion of
the heavy liquidation of stocks by Lon
don during the past week, and'the trend
toward a scarcity of money. The de
creasing bank surplus is another In
centive to going slow at this time.
i xne BUDireaaury game
I the banks since Froday.
'xne BUDireasury guinea jm,wv irom
High. Lew. p.ra Clot.
At T. & 8. Fe., comilOW I10K 110H 1 110H
At, Top. & 8. F., pflH I03U 102U 1 105H
Atlantic Coast Line.. mH I43H 1UH I
Hal. & Ohio, com.... I09H 109 100H I ICO
Brook. Rap. Tran... WH 81 '91HI 01
Canadian Padllc 276H 27i 27t 1 277
Chts. A Ohio 84 MH 83HI UH
Chi. A O. W., com...l7U 17H 17HI 17K
Chi. M. A Bt P.. coniSH 113 USH 1 113
Chi. M. 48t P. prd...lH 142H 1UH I
Cht. A N. W., com.J41H I41H I41HI
D. A R. Grande, pf. 41 41 4t I
Erie, com 87 SOT4 WKI MH
O. North, pfd 141H 141 141HI141H
Illinois Central 139 I20H I29H 1 130
Inter. Met, com S1K SOH 21U I 21
Intor. Met, pfd oil OH Sil 64
Kan. C. 8.. com MH H IMil 2IH
Lehigh Valley 177W I74H 177UI176H
L. A Nash 162H 161H 1C2HII62H
M.K. T.com 30H SOH 3HI SOU
M 8 P A 8 B M. comlM 148 148 1 148
Missouri Paelc 4SH 48H 4JHI 4SH
N. T. Cent Mud. R..117 110i 116i 1 117H
N. T., Ont A West... WH 34H 3SH I 30H
Norfolk A Western.. JI6H I16H l'!
Nnrthurn Pacific 130H 129H ISO 1 1-9W
...ja 121H 128 1 124H
...17tt I71HI76 M74H
,...28H 28H 28HI 28
,...80 88 84 I 8H
... jis inw 113 I u:u
... 31Vi 31 31 I 31H
... 28H 23H 28H I 28H
Rock Island com.
Rock Island pfd..
South. Pac com..
South. Rail. com..
Texas A Pacinc. .,
Union Pac. com...
Wis. Cent com...
...174 1T3H 173H I I73H
....88 88 88 MH
Sues for $10,000.
A second suit was today filed In the
District Supreme Court by Major W.
Baylies against M. It Grant for 810,000
damages for alleged slander. It la
alleged that Grant circulated a letter
among Masons that put Bayltss In a
false light before the order. Service
was not obtained In the first suit John
Ridout is attorney for the plaintiff.
on Local Exchange
United States Trust 140 180
SAVINOd BANK BTOCKS.
Citizens' Savings Bank 20
Home Savings 328
Unldn Savings t 248
Bank of Com. A Sav 12H
East Wash. Sav. Bank 16
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Arlington Fire Insurance 11
Corcoran Fire Insurance 80
Firemen's Fire Insurance 19H
Ger. American Fire Ins 260
Nat Union Fire In VA
Potomao Fire Insurance 30
TITLE INSURANCE BTOCKS.
Columbia Title Insurance.... 6H
Real Estate Title Ins 96
D. C. Paper Mfg. Co
Merch. Trans. A Storage.
K itreet northeast, between Kmn and HUt.i
streets Barman It. Howemttln et ux. to
-William A. and Nellie It. Wilcox, lot 25,
square 111, $10
Fourteen-anda-half atreet northeast between
G and D streets John P. Stuckert et ux.
to Dona M. l'latt, lots US to 13. square
Falrlawn Oicar C, Brothers, Jr., to John T.
FTeeUnd, lot 20, part lot II, square 6405,
lllshvlew Agnes Norton et vlr, Jamra W.
to Harry Wardman and Thomas P. llones,
lot 114, square E. o( 1US, $10.
Villa Fark-Clant A. Marten et vlr, Edwin
II. to Amos It B0J0, lots II and 17, square
Dobbin Addition William C Dlundon et ux.
to Orace C Jenkins, lot U, square II, 110.
Chlllum Castle Heights V. O. Hill to John
11. Klnnear, lots l:t and IV, square tut. $10.
Chevy Chase Grove Pulton H. Gordon et
ux. to Marguerite A. Spies, lot 18, square
I City View Heights Henry 11. Gllfry, truitee,
ex ux to Rosa E. Roberts, lot li, square
Eighth street northeaat, between K and L
atreeta Harry A. Kile et ux. to Joaeph
C Duke, lot (1, square 909, no.
Le Droit Park Herman n. Howentteln et
ux. to Robert B. and Tneodoala E. Clayton,
lot 111, square SOUS, $10.
1787 A street southeast tales D. Fowler
et ux to Cecelia L. Rouse, lot 37, square
BONOS IN REQUEST;
AT STEADY PRICES
Potomac Consolidated Bonds
Sold Below 102 Railway
On the local Stock Exchange bond Is
sues featured the session, Potomao
Consolidated t's sold for the first time
In many months at below 102, a, trans
action being reported atMOlft. Just why
there should be any weakness In this
Issue Is a matter of question with bond
houses, aa 'they are recognised as one
of the best Issues on the list.
Gas K's hold their strength around
110H, Norfolk and Washington Steam
boat 8's brought 108, and City and Sub
urban ('a 1WH.
In the stock list there was compara
tively little doing. A broker prominent
In Washington Railway and Eleclrlo
operations waa not on 'change, and the
common stock waa entirely nominal,,
with M bid and S1H asked. A little pre
ferred stock sold at toft. Capital Trac
tion shares were stronger moving up
fractionally to 124U, Other sales were un
important but Indicated steady prices,
Gas 87, Cltlsens' Savings Bank 21.
The Continental Trust Company has
underwritten and almost entirely sold
an Issue of 8780,000 5 per' cent bonds of
the Wheeling Traction Company, net
ting 6.12 per cent The transaction Is
so unusual In Washington financial op
erations as almost to be unique. At
times the bonds of local enterprises
have been underwritten and disposed of
by Washington banks, but It Is un
usual to witness a transaction of that
kind In the securities of a distant city.
Moat of the brokers will receive the
returns from the world's series In their
offices over the ticker. It was an
nounced this morning that the returns
would be sent In by innings over the
stock wires. W. B. Illbbs Is one of
those who, not satisfied with this ser
vice, went over to New Tork to attend
Sales Today on
The Local Exchange
Potomac Cons. S's, tl.000101.
N. A W. Steamboat Vs, 3Oyi0u.
Capital Traction, 30A12IU.
Washington Gas, 18937,
Citizens' Savings Bank, 10OC421.
Washington Gas 6's. Sl.OOiVuniOK.
City and Suburban Railway 6's, 82,0009
Washington Gas. 687.
Washington Railway and Electric pre
New York Curb Market.
Furnished to the Washington Times
by Harrlman A Co. New York: G. B.
Chtpman. manager local branch. Colo
Anglo Am. Oil
Atlanta Ooldfirld ,
Bav State Gas
British Col. Copper ,
Kerr Lake ,
La Rose Con
Porcupine Gold ,
Standard Oil N. J
Tonopah Mng. of Nev...
Maybe An U. T. C.
First Actor What In the thunder are
you doing sitting out here In the snow7
Why, you win eateh a terrible cold.
Second Actor That's what I am try
ing to do. The sheriff seised all our
dogs today and I must get my voice
In shape to do some basso howling at
lomgni s performance.
e.sjs . r
UTttWMIr It IIMul, MIMUl, UUnrtM,
;- :z;..r:zrzrr :: -j ? "'.-tt
Surplus and undlelded proflu
are almost invariably
ties. Put YOUR property in
charge of our REAL ES
TATE DEPT. ir you desire
tar CONFERENCE INVITED.
The Washington Loan &
Cor. 9th and-F Sts.
JOHN JOt'eDSON. President.
The Safest Investments
.tra those that do not fluctuate during dl
turbed conditions of tha money or stock mar
kata. First deed of trust notes (drat morb-
Esgcs). well aeoured on real estate In the
'.strict ef Columbia, constitute glltedgeT
Investments. They do not depend upon the
(In uncial reponslblllty of Individuals or cor
pora tlons for their stability and ara axtmpt
from taxation aa personal property. We can
supply such Investments in amounta from
IfiOO upward. Send for booklet. "Concerning
I .cane and Investments.'
SWARTZELL, RHEEM &
JJ7 UTU UTREET N. .
BY NATIONAL BANKS
Comptroller of Currency's
Warning Cause of
There has been a big .decrease In the
number of national banks granting ex
cessive loans, according to announce,
ment by tho Treasury Department yes
terday. This Is in line with tho recent
warning of Comptroller of the Treas
ury Murray, which held such loans to
be In. violation of tHe law. Returns to
the call of September 4 show that the
banks Issuing such loans has decreased
In number from 1.16 per cent to .71 of
one per cent.
The additional announcement Is made
that the Comptroller of the Currency
Intends to enforce the legal limit of 10
per cent of capital and surplus for all
loans In the future.
Banks pot observing this order wilt
be given 'further warning, and In the
rase of repeated violation may have
their charters revoked. It Is notewor
thy that the largest percentage of vio
lation , Is in the extreme West and
Northwest, while the fewest are in the
Woman's Estate Goes to
Protect Her Grave
After leaving 1100 each to two friends
and 1200 to build n fence around her
lot In a .cemotery at Theresa, N. T.,
the will of Altha Mary Qlbbs Powell
directs that the remaining estate be
applied to a monument for herself. The
estate Is said to be worth less than
11,000. Mrs. Maud Elmore and Douglas
u. Morgan are me two mentis remem
bered In the will.
Under the terms of the will of Mrs.
Emma A. Johnson, dated November 4.
1911, the sum of 81,000 la left to her
daughter, Mrs. una 11. J. ciaueey, ana
the remaining estate to her grand
daughters, Ruth M. Johnson and Helen
M. Johnson. Mrs, Clausey Is executrix.
Wholesale Frodace Market
Ergs Nearby freah, MONO per doz. ; Booth
em, J7Cc '
Cheese New York, new. He per lb ; flat,
lie per lb.
Butter Elgin, print. It He per lb.; tub.
UUo per lb., pmceee, tio per lb.; under-
graaea, zx per ID. ,
Live Poultry Hens, ISc per lb.: roosters.
Mso per lb I turkeys, 10- pr lb. dueke, 140
Mr rr Ih . keeta. vounr. 12altc Dcr lb.: old.
1001: per lb.
LTt.Mei j'ftuitry Turxers. roc per in.; nene,
l'tilh- per lb ; ducks, Mflllc per lb.
Green Good Orangea, California. H.S&O
4.7& per 1k)x, applea. 13.50 per bbl.; potatoea,
beat. 12 CO oer bbl.2 celery. SSo Der dos.: kale.
60a per bbl ; rarrota, S5o per baaket: onlona.
11 per iw lb, sacs: sweet potatoes, H.z&u
l.CO per bbl.: nuns. I1.00O1.2& Der bbl.: lem
ons, 17.00 per box; cucumbers. 7Sa per basket;
lomaioee, 7W3 per crate; eggplants, vjvk per
dos.; llnui besne, 25c per nt ; peppers, tl.600
l.rv) per bM.; cabbage, $15.00 per ton: corn,
nearby, 10):ta per dos.
(Evening flouloiu Exctutlvttj.i
44th Tear Opena October lit, l: P. M.
rrACtlcal courtea of two, thr and Cow
rtu-fl, leadlnr to standard decrtra In law.
raeulty of 2t. of whom 23 axa Fadarml
Judges or practicing lawytrs.
Tha degrea of Dacbelorof-lawa can ba a
cured lu twu yeara.
Claasas limited to number permitting at
Tha poat-graduata courat leading to tha de
gree of Maater-of-lawa may ba completed la
ona ywr additional. No charge far Patent
Law Coutm to members of tha Poet-graduate
Tor catalugue, application blanks, etc, ad
drees the Dean at the Administration Offices,
Southern Ilulldtng; phone Main 17, or after
October 1. at National Law School Building,
lli-tll Uib street N. W.
Tone Production. Deep Breathing.
Voice Placing. Physical Culture.
Ear Training. Distinct Enunciation.
Sin!it Singing. Dramatic Art.
Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes
U3 Eleventh St. N. E Ph. Line. J139,
Washington School of Accountancy
lnitructlon preparing for C. r. A. desrt.
and business administration professional
IS-pags bulletin aent on requeat.
Dl rector of lMucallon. T. M. CA 17M O at.
Day and night complets sradad and eollas.
preparatory courses; co-e-ducallonal; alss prl
vat. coaching; catalogues.
PRANCES MANN 1IALU A. U.
Tal. M MTT. at E SL N. W.
1906 Florida Avenue
A Hoarding; and Dar School (or Girls.
Opens September 30, 1912
Preparatory and Electlvo Courses. All
trades from Primary to Collegiate.
Special advantages In Muslo. A'rt, and
Expression. Dulldlng specially planned
(or the school. Oymnaslum and Tennis.
Catalogue on request.
UI1S. BEVErtLET U. MASON. Principal.
1111 TTTE STREET.
rOR DOTS AND OIRLS.
TlURTIETIi YEAR DEO INS
Thomas W. Sldwell, A. M.,
SPECIAL NOTICES -
, You don't hare to feel like you
.' are nearly starring to enjoy a
AND HOW TO COOK IT
Are known quantities hers and ws
prepare to please the moat fas
tidious ss well as the most hearty,
and although the cost et provis
ions sosrs high we persist In
Tou will be pleased also te note
le given you by siperlenced
VICTOR BPKCIAL SUNDAY
DINNER IS A CORKER
umi ftmftvKn it ir.r. itotmn.
"THE VICTOR CAFE,
Tim NINTH KHAR O.
J. A. BADEN, Prop.
MERCANTILE BAVINO FUND BOCIETT
Btockboiders' special Meeting; Washing
ton. D. C. Seotamber II. HIT. Notice IS
hereby given that a special meeting of the
Htocanoiaers 01 tns Mercantile saving runa
Hoeletv. a corDormtlon tit the District et
Columbia. Is called by the Secretary by order
01 me iioera 01 uircoiore, ana win p new
on the Ud day ot October, 1IU. at I o'clock
1'. M., at the office ot the Society, IMS O
Street Northwest, Washington, D. C, Is
ronalder and approve the action of the Hoard
of Directors ot the said Seclcty In recom
mending the Increase of the capital stock
ot the Mercantile Baring Fund Boclety to
iw.vw anaxea or me par vaiue vi eiv cn
to be divided Into M.0M shares of preferred
stock sod (0,000 shares et common stock.
making a total capitalization of one uiuion
Dollars. In accordance wltb a resolution of
the Hoard of Directors ot the said Boclety
adopted by the Iloard of Directors et said
society at a meeting held August 14. 1I1Z.
tsisned) JOHN D. LEONA11D. Beretary.
CIIAB. K. KOONE8. II. J. CIIOB80N. JAS.
a NOTES. 8. B. KOONES, Iloard ot Direc
tors. ItBSTOIUNO the ClrcoUtlon of the Blood
and Nerve-Vital Fluids of the Body,
CURES YOUR PAINFUL, DEBILITATING,
snd Exhsueting Allmenta (It Mature Not
What lt Is) after YOU have been Denied
Relief Elaawhere. COME AND SEE ME.
BOOKLET and CONSULTATION FREE,
llouri. It a. ro. to 1 p. m.; Sundays, U to 1.
PROF. II. N. D. PARKER, 103 9th at. N.W.
WASHINGTON GRAND OPERA
Splendid opportunity for singers (vocal
students and amateurs) to learn to read.
Apply at once 10
De Cortez WoltTungen, Director,
Ml UTH BT. PHONE MAIN 10OS.
AN UNUSUAL OFFER
This ad and 76a entitles you to W dosen
cabinet Photos, 2 positions, showing proofs;
all work guaranteed. Open Sundays.
mi.iji.iv DiuiJiu, svz iin at. n. w.
HOARD OF EDUCATION OK TUB DIB.
iitiii vr st-wim. vviuirrr t, twi
Kl'UClAL EXAMINATION A. M., Thurs
day, October 10. 1111. To nil Immediately
position or wmt. t.acner or manual train
ing In the gradea. Initial aalary WO. For
full particulars spply at th. otflc .f the
Iloard of Examlnera. Franklin School Build
Ing HAItltY O. I1INE. Bwretary.
LADIES AND OENTLEMEN.
1 new pennannUr locaud at 1744 Pa. ave.
N. W.. wher. b. will b. pleaaad to renin
bis old patrons and ssunda a cordial tnvlta
tlon te ail to lnapet his D.w fali fabflcaL
TUB NEW TERMINAL CAFE
NOW OPEN under new management. Quick
aervlce. Italian dishes a soaclalty. aiaala
at moderate prices and neat rooms. 13 and
m i; at. . vr.
ClIAncOAI Pbooe Main 1102.
New Is the Urn. to order yeur CHARCOAL
for the winter.
M. 1. OENSBBRO. SOS Maryland ave. B. W.
DOLLY MADISON CANDIES ABSOLUTELY
PURE )o tha lb. Triumph of candy
science. 7M llth at. N. W. Phon. Main UM.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Solitaire diamond ring, on 17th at.
N. W.. between the FarTagut and II at.
Liberal reward If returned to the Farragut.
LOST Diamond pendant, platinum aettlng.
pearl chain; on O sL, Monday afternoon.
Large reward at 1S01 Conn. ave. 1'
LOST Small black and tan terrier, anawera
te nam. 'Laddl..M R.wsrd If returned
to 1111 Conn. ave. N. W. 1..
LOST On B sL, between th and 7th, near
Center Market, handbag containing money
and other articles. Please return to OS li
at. 6. W. and receive reward. . 1
LOST Whit, sett.r dog. small black spot,
on ears; wore plain atrap culler. Liberal
reward It returned to CUAllLES HUME, 2031
Maaa ave. N. W.
LOHT Spaniel dog, brown-haired, mixed
with black; had on tea: and mussle; tag
11. Kenard. Mrs. BARNWELL, 1712 II st.
N. W. !
LOBT-Oolng from St T at. N. W., to fth
and O ats , by wsy of T st. and Brookland
cars, watch guard bearing gold double
headed eagle surmounted by a triangle with
22 upon ita face. Liberal reward If returned
to S4 T St. N. W. !
LOST Coin purse, containing II. It. S. 'M
claes pin, mon.y, etc: iat St., bet. Fla.
ave. ana Channlng, N. w. Reward. Return
to 2Z5 tn w. E.
LOST Stick pin, small diamond a.tttng, be
tween Ith and Kth and O ata 8. E , Fri
day evening. SULLIVAN, 7TT SOth st. S. E.
FOUND U umbrellas. books, 1 valise, I
coats, 1 board, 2 pins, t packages, 2 photo
graphs, 1 watch, I hats, l fountain pen. 1
comb, 1 bill, 2 peck.tbooks. 1 rasor, 1 pair
trousers, 2 pair gloves. 1 camera, 1 ault
caaa. 2 ahawla. WASHINGTON TERMINAL.
MISS JAMRRON, manicure, fac. massage
and acalp treatment. 1104 G St. N, W 2d
floor front. Hours from 10 s, m. to I p. m.
AfTRS flATM MANICURING AND
JUAOO yjIi-LTi 8CALP TREATMENT.
711 7th st N. W Apt. L Fh. Main 42i 1
BEAUTT CULTURE TAUGHT. Try our ar
tistic manicuring, aclentlflo hair dressing,
facial maaeago and chiropody. 110 V at. nw.
ORA FIELD Sir ",Fai.,nSn,d
Scalp Treatment. 70111 N. W second floor.
MILLINER, artlatlo. 'atylUh, home or out,
moderate; feathera made, dyed, clcmed,
curled. Pn. Main 7W. 1010 Eye st. N. W.
miss wells isssssss rz
Ave.. M floor front. Hours, t to ft p. m.
8TUDIO OF MUSIC, 1001 Eye st. N. W. In
dividual Instruction In vocal and Instrumen.
tal muslo by expert teacher. Phone M. 1231
BIG MONEY CAN BE MADE.
Free Information. Drop Card.
BAUNDERS, 2114 it. C. C. Road. -
PIANO TUNING, i lUOl POLISHING. I1.W;
All player-piano and organ work guaranteed.
Main Its, or drop postal to UERMAN'S
PLAYER-PIANO SHOP. 1420 Pa, ave. n. w.
WOMAN Reipectasle white, washing and
ironing ta taxi home, iu n at. N. W,
WHAT OFFICE wsnts the services of a
mpetent assistant! Olvs me the hsrd
job. 1IOX 91. Times office, 1
IlKFlUQKItATINU ENOINEEH seeksPOSl
lion; available Immediately. BOX 8, Times
office. , e
WANTED-Dy nrstclass laundress, work to
taae nome, nw uregon are. N. W.
Male and Female,
MALE OR FEMALE STENOGRAPHER and
clerk for general of dee of small rallivad;
mutt be competent stenographer and good
clerk; address CHIEF CLUHK stating es
perlence, age and salary oipected. This Is
exceptional opportunity. Address BOX Si.
COOUft, butlers, chambermaids, waitresses,
nurses, lsundreaaes, and furnace men.
It. II) MAHORNETB, Agent, 1S II Ih at.
N. W. Phone North M7S-M. l
THE DfULLERYiVI. n!w. ViS
man and Oregg speed dictation classes for
fall examinations; Instructors In both sys
teme In chsrge. , a
SHORTHAND AND TTI'BWRITINO-Com.
filets course Pitman. Ilarnea, and Gregg,
th touch typewriting and machine at
home, Mtl Syllable, III Private Instruction.
STENOanAriHC INSTITUTE, lis Colerede
Uldg. Phone M. lie
Are secured fer all graduates el
DRAUdHAN'S 8PENCETR1AN IiU8INEBa
COLLEOE, Iil7 New York ave. N. W. Day
and arenlns sessions all the year. Call,
write, or phens Main 4110 for eatalorrua.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
NEW YORK FRENCH
MILLINERY SCHOOL, 1115 O. STREET.
O.RADUATES OF OUR ACADEMV
COMMAND THE HIGHEST
SALARY PAID MILLINERS.
GOOD POSITIONS FURNISHED.
SEND FOR BOOKLET.
CHAMBERMAID-Whlte; also white paint
cleaner. BT. JAMEH HOTEL.
COAT HANDS Several experienced; alao
apprentice for ladles' tailoring. 11. MUL
LElt. 1111 17th at. N. W.
COAT AND SKIRT IIANDS-Thoroushly ex.
APDir juuua uAiiririiii
llth and F ate.
COLORED OlllL, for general housework:
small famllyi-no washing, no Ironing; I2.W
per weak, til Uth .1. N. W.
COOKrf-Whlte and colored, this city and
away; quick; gen.ral workers, nurse,
"EUREKA." 1011 N. T. AVE.
212 B street south-
.41 10th st.
SB. FISHER'S AGENCY,
OIHLS Two, roloied, to work In lunch room.
lltx 20th st. N. W. Wages $11 per month.
U1RLM Fuur nest experienced chocolate dip.
pers. Ml 71h st. N. W.
Q1I1L for general housework.
:os a street
Ollll White, to saalit In houae and store,
II per week, room and board. 11 0 llth
t. N W.
OIHLS-Bright, neat. II to It yeara ot age,
as aisle clerks, parcel wrappers and Door
messengers; good pay and splendid chsnee
for promotion. Apply II. W, BC1IAUB,
OOIJJENBEIIG'S. 7th and K eta. N. W.
HOTEL STORE ROOM WOMEN, IX; wait-
Bar & wfrilBaa. tal vue. wttfahAB.. .mLi haIapa.1
s vsHvas. a sy a wies ss. e.(jsas. iuivivu,
l per month. FISHER'S AOENCY, 412 10th
ai. r v. -
UALrinp ivr picwqt uuinuo wR wjui
established ptano houae; good salary to
nsni pertr w. urani pwce.
I2.M PER DAY paid one lady in each town
io aieinoute iree circulars lor concen
trated flavoring In tubes;' permanent ponltton.
K. E. HARR CO. CMCagO. 1
lOUNO UDY White, to play for picture
enow. Apply ai once, u u N. w. 1..
PIANO PUPILS wanted by experienced
teacher; specialty of beginners; reasonable.
Addreae BOX 14. Times office.
BhURT HANDS Experienced; one who can
aealit in fitting; high salary, long season.
SCHWARTZ. 1014 14th St. N. W.
SKIRT MAKER Flret-daaa.
101 llth St.
waist hands; experienced.
sui pomnem umioing.
TAILORE8SEU on fine veatai alao learners.
with pay. 110 Uth at. N. W FELBER
TYPEWRITER and multlgraph operator;
must b. exnert: state experience and raf-
erences, or no attention paid. Address BOX
ts, iimea orfice. l
New Hampshire ave.
WANTED Thoroughly experienced sewers on
furs. Apply JUL1U8 GARFINKLE CO..
llth and F ats.
WOMAN for general housework. Call 2307
Maaa. ave. N. W.
WOMAN Mlddle-aged, In ofRce; experienced
In bookkeeping and telephone. Apply 717
12th at. N. W. e
HELP WANTED MALE
AMBITIOUS YOUNO MEN to become travel
ing ealeamen, and earn while they learn.
Write for particulars. BRADSTREET SYS
TEM. Rocheater. N. Y.
BARBER Wanted at 742 14th at. N.
corner 14tn and H.
BELLBOY, bussboy, dlshman, kitchen man;
"EUREKA." 1011 N. Y. AVE.
WOODWARD A LOTH ROP
Require the Services ot Beys and
Youths, II to II years of age, for
general store work.
WOODWARD A LOTHROP.
BOOTHLACK Flrat-claaa for barber shop.
IM Uth at. N. W.
BOY White, over II, to make hlmaelf gen
erally uaeful around grocery. (01 4Vi at.
BOYS Three, stout, about lt; come ready
for work. Rear of 416 K st. N, W.
BOY for store; must have wheel.
1112 Y st.
BOY with wheel. Apply FREDERIC A.
COCHRAN A CO.. MS Uth St. . V.
BOY White, lt or II years, to do light work
for good home snd small wages. BOX ie.
Times office ..
BOYS-BrigbL active, II to IS years of age,
a transfer clerks, food Day and aDlendld
chance for promotion. Apply IL W. SCHAUU,
UOUJCOKim p. nn anu v ata. rt. w.
BO YB White. oer II yeara old, to run er
rands around store. Apply JULIUS GAR
F1NK1.B A CO., Uth and F ata.
BUSIIELUAN-Oood pay; steady job. Apply
ai once, a-w n . J.. i
BU8HELMAN, at once. Apply 1U4 nth st.
BUHIIBLMAN First class.
FOLEY. 1411 F St. N. W.
CANDY MAKER'S HELPER-Experlencad.
Apply 1009 New York ave. N. W.
CLEANER AND PRCSSER-Experlenced; st
once. THE COLUMBIA. Jth and Q.
CLOTHINO SALESUEN-Two sxperlenc.d.
Apply to L. B. MOORE, II ST., KJ Pa, ave.
COAL PASSER White. Apply Employment
Office, WOODWARD A LOTHROP. I
COLORED MAN to do cleaning and lanltor'a
work. Call before ( p. m., 1( 14lh at.
COUNTER MAN. 19 a week, and white
kitchen men at once. FISHER'S AOENCY,
419 loth st. .
COLORED KITCHEN and DI8HMEN (10),
125 a month and board. Apply quick,
DICK'S HOTEL AOENCY, Uth and Pa, ave.
DRAFTING complete. Including mathematics,
at night. Also engineering mechanical,
manufacturing, structural. Specification writ-
Ins. Claaiwa now In nra.ri Aridr.a- tlinr
E, COLUMBIA SCHOOL OF DRAFTING'.
McLachlen Uldg. ;
DRIVER for automobile delivery wagon.
Apply 1009 New York ave. N. w.
DRIVERS Experienced. Apply with refer
ence, BELMONT DAIRY, 201 lllh N. W.
ERRAND BOY with wheel. Apply at ence,
OITTELMAN'8, 131 O at. N. W,. 2d floor.
OROCEHY CLERIC Apply K02 llth street
N. W. ' w
Young man with business quali
fications, to solicit. Must bave the,
"ginger" and come well recom
mended. Good.permanent position..
Good opportunity for producer.
APPLY BETWEEN t AND IP,H 1
BOOM WT MUN8BT ULDO. .
COLORED MEN. '-'
Several strong, able-bodied men fer
IIOUBR PAINTERB-Several good at cocZ
M. F. IIOUSON, ISM U St. H. W.
LADIES' TAILOR-Flrst-cIass, fer plain 'and
fancy work, high salary, long season. 1014
lift, a, W W.
MATTRESS MAKERS, at once; ateady work
all year. CAPITAL' BEDDING CO., 113
7th N. W. 1..
ONE MAN, AT ONOE,
To learn the auto bualnesa. Excellent op
nartunltv far the ncht man.
THE NATIONAL AUTO COLLEOE,
9th and O ats. N. W.
Open till la, n,
PAPERHANOERS Cajl O. W. 11UTH, SI
C at,' N. W.
PAPERHANOEIta Three and 7 painters.
Apply rjtl Georgia ave.
PUESSBlt-Ftrst-claaa, at once.
IK. 7th at.
DALESMEN Experienced vacuum cleaner:
excellent proposition; call or-write THE
BTERL1NO VACUUM CLEANER CO, 212
W. Saratoga sL, Baltimore, Md.
SHOE SALESMEN Two thoroughly experi
enced; permanent position; good wages.
Apply HIRSH'H BI10B STORE, 103S-2I Ith
St. N. W.
SHOE BALE8MAN Experienced; good , sal
ary, permanent posuion. Apply SOS 7tn
BCOUilF.RB'AND PRES8ER8. at ECLIPSE
10th St. N. E. 1
BTEAM FITTER'S HELPER Also an ap
prentice. Apply II. R. KINO, 117 10th
st. N. E. - ..
TAILORS Thoroughly experienced, oe wom
en's coala. Apply
JULIUS OATtPINKLE CO.. Uth and P ats
TINNINQ AND STOVE HANDS. D. Z.
O'BRIEN, sw. cor. 10th and E sts. N. W..
basement. Call 7:20 a. m. or S p. m. 1
TINNERS and helpers, 1 or 4 good. Apply
1010 M at. N. W.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade; only
few weeks required: wages after first
month: ateady poeltlon guaranteed; write ror
catalogue. HOLER'S BARBER COLLEGE,
207 Bowery. New York city- -,
WAOON BOY-Whlte. W. II. MARTIN A
HllUB , 711 n. car. ave. t). is.
WHITE "DOT In lunch room. 1712 Pa. ave.
N. W. .e
WIIITR LABORER8 and COLORED LA
BORERS to work for the Baltimore and
Ohio Railroad Company. Apply BALTIMORE
A OHIO FREE LABOR BUREAU, t) Defrees
court rbetwen II and Eye sts. N. E.) 1
WOOD LATHERS wanted. 14th and Kemudy
at. AVERY'S JOB, ateady work. 11
YOUNO WHITE BOY II to II years old. to
make himself uaeful around atore. Apply
HIRSH'B SHOE STORE. 10.S-2J 7th at. Nw.
FOR RENT ROOMS
IRD 8T. N. W, J-Furnlehed clean com
fortable rooms; front and back; centrally
located. , 1
G ST. N. W 1114 One or two very desirable
rooms; single or couple. 1
PA. AVE. N. W.. 1KU Oppoilu Raleigh Ho-
tel; low rates to permanent; fine location
for Government employes; strictly modern.
UTH ST. N. W.. 1M Two and three com
municating roeme, -well heated; good bath;
aixii bT. N. E., 722 Two large, , bright,
beautiful rooms, elegantly and completely
fur. (or housekeeping, I17.W; heat and gaa
included. ' ' i till, ..
H 8T. N. W.. (07 Two nleei clean, towns,
2d Boor: open on porch r. good board. ...
O ST. N. W., ll Twe rooms; also base,
ment; light housekeeping.
NEW JERSEY AVE. N. W 10U For house
keeping. 2 completely furnished front raoros;
gaa range; ta; adults. ,
ITH ST. N. W.. 1011 Oonvfortsbls furnished
room: first floor; cheap; come quick.
II BT. N. E-, 112 Two rooms furnished for
housekeeping; 2d floor front: other rooms;
sll conveniences: price ressonabls.
2ND 8T. N. W 4U-Two rooms suitable (or
hdUMkeeplngi other rooma 12 up.
2D ST. N. W 422 Furnished room (or
7TII ST. N. W.. 1002Ntcely (urntohed rooms;
light houaekeplng: heat, gaa and bath.
N ST. N. W., 1414 Three beautifully lighted
rooma. restful home: 17, 110, KO.
II BT. N. W.. S07-Large 2d floor sunny front
room; central; reasonable. v
B N. E-, 23 Beautiful flat for housekeeping;
hot-v.ater heal; quiet home; Capitol 1IUL
near Library: adults; private garage. e
ITH ST. N. W., 1211 Two furnlabed roams
light housekeeping; beat, gas, do chlldrea.
7TH ST. N. W.. TM-Ona large furnished
room, gentleman preferred. Call at 4:20.
(TH ST. N. W., 122-Nleely furnlabed roam
on let floor; 14: id floor room, 11.15 week; all
FOR RENT ROOMS,
RHODE ISLAND AVE. N. W., 1201-Two 2d
floor rooms, oleove, heat, gas, batn; south
ern expoaure; private family. 1
F ST. N. E , 910 Three rooms, heat, gaa,
and bath: very reasonable: near cars. 1
UTH ST. N. W., 113 Two communicating
rooms; heat, gas, hot water; housekeeping.
MASS. AVE. N. W.. 441-Three rooma. 1 h
a.; steam neat, gas, and bath; convenient
location; two adulta.
7TH HT. N. W i:l-Three rooms snd batli.
newly papered. "
PA. AVE. N. W ISO-One large bright Ird
floor room IS month. Apply Room 2, Ird
D ST. N. vr., 124 Two large unfumtahed
rooma. 2d floor: light houaeseeplng.
10TH ST. N. W 122-For rent, large bright
FOR RENT ROOMS
Furnlihcd and Unfurnished
EYE ST. N. E., 142 Three large rooms, en
tire second floor; housekeeping; heat, hath,
gas; reaaonable. IS
17TH BT. N. W 1119Furnlshed room; beard;
near War, State and Navy Depta.
TENN. AVE. N. K., SJ7-Rooms, furnished
or unfurnished; modern home; all conven
lencea: 110 per month. e
ROOMS AND BOARD
ITH ST. N, W H0-Lrie nicely, furnished
rooms, communlcatlnj If dealred, excellent
board, home cooking: ressonable.
FAIRMONT ST. N. W.. Ills-Nicely fur
nished room, with snd without board 1 a.
m. I . with phone. !
McPHERSON PLACE. Ill-Attractlvs roeme,
hot-water heat: good board: central. 1
HOUSEKEEPERS-Thls week ordlhsry win
dows expertly cleaned so each; floors waxed,
polished, atalned, varnished. reflnlahed.
Postal. ELLIOTT, 1400 U at. N. W. Pheae
HiailEBT CASH price paid for worn cloth
ing! either ladles' w gentleman's; send
costal: will call. B. TARBHEa, 1J0 7th SL
N. W Phone North 4S.
tllOHEST CASH PRICES PAID rOH ALL
kinds of second-hand furniture. Drop postal
or phone Main 7144. A. MILLER'S Furniture
Houae, 102 K N. IT, -
WANTEDFurnllure Pianos. Carpsts. ate.
Phone M. 1112 for wagon, or have us calu
"WESCHLKIf B." 120 Pa, ave. N. W. 1
WANTED To buy all feather bade. When
selling, why not drop postal to MARKS A
CO. 7 Old reliable firm. 424 10th. eppeelte
ga. nmce. ar pnnn. kmi tei-si.
WAMED-Furnlture tor cssa. Ball your
gooda to tha man who gives you the meel
gussy. See UOPWOOP, Ita aad JC.