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THE WASHINGTON TDIRB, MONDAY, OCTOBER U, 1912.
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LOVERS USE I
OF FAMOUS POET
AS A POSTOFEICE
Paris Young Folk Deposit
And Receive Tender
PARIS, Oct II. The tomb of Hdnrlcb
Heine In the Montmartre Cemetery Is
now being put to a use which surely
the great poet, lover and writer o( so
many plaintive love poems that he was
would not grudge It.
If you take a walk In the cemetery In
the neighborhood ot the German poet's
grave you may chance to see a young
man approach the tomb, lake from his
breast pocket a letter nnd place It rev
erently In some receptacle In the Btone.
If you wait until he haa left thn irxvt
ad then examine the grave you will bo
surpnaca 10 una at tne Dase or tne
tombstone a small Iron box containing
a number of such letters.
You will be sorely tempted to see what
they contain, but you will respect the
sanctity of tho letter box and resist the
temptation. You will make Innumerable
conjectures as to the meaning of this
correspondence. Do the young poets of
Montmartre do homage to Helnrlch
Heine by offering him thus their own
compositions? you will ask yourself.
While you are occupied In trying to
solve the puzxlo perhaps another young
man will appear. Ho will bend down
and take a iotter from the box not the
same letter, a delicate pink envelope,
scented perhaps and unconscious of
your presence he will raise It to his lips.
The mystery Is explained.
Helnrlch Heine's tomb Is a secret
poste restantc, an absolute necessity for
the youth of Paris In these days when
the authorities talk of forbidding mln
org to receive poste restanto letters In
the post offices unless they are opened
before the eyes of parents or guardians.
Ways of Metropolis
In the very heart of the shopping
uisinct or London a tribe of sixty
iT r ... i. " ", em mere oy
the British residents at Aden, are now
encamped nnd engaged In studying
the ways and absorbing the learning,
of the white people that they may
later act as teachers to their native
brethren at home.
Though. Londoners do not openly
draw tho color line, they are, how
eyer, as a rule, apt to consider tho
negro a rather Inferior feeing, though
row of them live with anything llko
the caro of the sixty Somalia.
The dietary of tho Somalia la qulto
They cn,t meat. It Is true, but spar
ingly, and they usually prefer steam
ing hot rice, which Is ordered by the
hundredweight. They also tnke tea
milk and sugar nnd bread of their
own baking. The Somalia do not like
our butter, but they nro a first-class
advertisement for oleomargarine.
..fo gain their meat supply Is somcr
thlnir Of an ordenl. Turn nt fti mar.
rlors sally forth In the early morning
and with them goes the mullah, a
particularly sane person, and thb
priest and teacher of the community.
Arriving at the butcher's, the mul
lah examines arloua sheep and
selects such as he thinks are desir
able. His attendants persuade the
animals to an early death, the holy
mnn of the East meanwhile conduct
ing a religious service. Then he
liwpects the carcass and the result be
ing satisfactory, he blesses the food,
which Is at once taken awav by tho
Somalia, for nono but a Mahomedan
may touch It
Most wonderful Echo
Is Heard in Bavaria
Probably the finest echo which tho
world knows Is In tho cathedral at Pisa,
where tho leaning tower Is. Ring two
notes, and thrro Is no reverberation.
Blng three and they are at once taken
up by the walls of the edifice, swelled,
prolonged, and varied till they seem as
a divine harmony from some majestic
There Is a cavern In Finland In which.
If you test vour lungs to the top of their
capacity, there will answer you such
horrible roarings, moaning", and mut
terlngs that you will be glad to rush
out In absolute terror.
The cutting down of trees In a certain
locality on tho Hudson river spoiled a
splendid echo. A woiM shouted there
was repeated forty-two tlmcH.
undoubtedly the most extraordinary
natural echo In tho world Is to bo heard
by the sldo of a small lako In Bavaria.
On one hand rlsea a perpendicular cliff
several thousand feet high, while on tho
other side Is a dense forest. If a pistol
Is fired on the lake tho woods send back
a faint echo that crnriiinll.. Hlii. .,.,..
but presently it Is heard from the cliff,
continually Increasing In power till It
bursts over one's head llko a deafening
Peal of thunder. Pearson's Weekly.
Nations Have Odd
Ways of Preparing Tea
In England, rrance, and Germany tea
is made In much tho same plebeian way.
but In other countries the method of en
Joying tho cup which cheers Is a more
In China, for example, a largo, artis
tic cup Is set In a brass or silver holder,
and In this cup tho tea Is placed and
covered with boiling water. A little
saucer, which Just tits It Is placed In
side the cup to keep In the steam and
flavor of the tea. When It Is drawn It Is
poured from the big cup Into little ones
no bigger than an egg shell. The meth
od followed In Japan Is almost similar.
In Java tea Is served In broad flat
cups and flavored with Ilatavla arrack,
and In Formosa It Is steeped with tea
flowers and one or two orange flowers.
For their tea drinking tho Uruguayans
employ silver tubes, euch of which has
as the end a ball. llko strainer, known
as a bomba or boniMUa,
In Martinique an aromatic tea Is
used, and a peculiar liquor made by the
monks, and hy the old French house
wives Is added. Philadelphia Inquirer.
! Newspaper Men Have
Official Patron Saint
It will be news to many Journalists
to learn that they have an ofllclally so-
1eokd patron siilnt. Hut the Manchrs
I te aMir,dlan points nut that they liuve,
a. iur had for tho last fifty years.
Pflui UK, nt the request of a number
of s.tlnental Journalists, Issued a do
crel on the point.
He recommended Journalists to neek
I the help of HI Francis de Sales, whoso
body has just lately !- n trunsfened,
with great pomp and amid popular re
joicing, to a new church at Annccy, In
Savoy, his native place. Tho choice,
our contemporary thinks, was an apt
one, for St. Francis was a man of let
ters. Ills famous work, "The Devout
lite,' Is still popular, "no doubt bo
cause of tho lightness of touch with
which It Is written und tho unorrlng
Journalistic Instinct (If one may put
It so In writing ot tho work ot a saint)
with which ho compels attention to
serious questions by the skillful use
of anecdote and Illustration. Westmin
Capital Traction Bonds Only
Other Issue Showing
Continued bidding for Washington
Railway and Eleotrio common brought
out five lots of twenty-five shares each
of that stock at W on the Washington
Exchange today. Three other small
lots were sold at a. quarter less.
The Intervention of a holiday did not
serve to accumulate any considerable
amount of orders and the trading was
chiefly In railway common; tt.ouo of
Capital Traction 6'a were exchanged at
The Home Bavlngs Bank has started
the construction ot Its new northwest
branch building at the corner ot II and
Eighth streets northeast. It Is to be an
attractive one-story building, to cost
aDout szu.oou. xne intersection 01 tne it
street car lino with the new Capital
Traction line running across Eighth Is
making this one of the busiest corners
of the northeast. The old building, a
square away, has long since been In
adequate to the Increased business of
the savings institution in that section
ot tne cityr-
George O. Walson, cashier ot the Na
tlonal Metropolitan Bank, returned to.
day after a three weeks' vacation spent
in new lorn mate.
Ilobcrt N. Harper nnd others Inter
ested In the new North Canltol Ravines
Bank are today receiving congratula
tions upon mo acquisition 01 Miss Alice
E. Malone. of Carpenter, Baggott & Co.
km viiu urccioruie ox me naw Dana.
The District Bankers' Association will
hold their next meeting In the red
parlor of the New Wlllard Monday
evening, October IS.
The Rlggs National Flank for the year
September 1, 1111, to September t. 1912,
earned 10 OS per cent on cap.tal, surplus,
and profits, and 32.82 per cent on capital
stock, raising Its annual dividend from
20 to 26 per cent.
Clarence F. Donohoe has been ap
pointed a director of the National Capi
tal Bank of Washington to fill the va
cancy created by tho resignation of
Carl J. Lockwood.
The first number of the Baltimore
and Ohio Employes' Magaslno. publish
ed by the management of the Baltimore
and Ohio, Cincinnati, Hamilton, and
Dayton system. Is Just off the press,
and Is being distributed to all on the
pay rolls of the company. The mango
zlne will be devoted to the Interests of
the large army of workers engaged In
the operation of the big railroad srs
tern, affording them a medium for
acquaintance with one another and a
comprehensive understanding of the af
fairs of the company.
Bid and Asked on
U. S. Reg. 2's
U. S. Coupon 2's
U. S. Reg. 3's
U. B. Coupon 3's
U. S. Reg. t's
U. S. Coupon 4's
Georgetown Gas 6's
Wash. Gas bs
Cap. Traction R. R. 5's lion
Anacostla & Potomac 6a..
Ana. & Pot. 6's Guar
City and Buburban 6's
Columbia R. It. 5's
Columbia R. R. 6's
Metropolitan R. R. S's
Wash. Ry. & Elec 4's
Wash.. Alex. & Mt. V.,B's..
Potomac Elec. Cons. 6's 101T4
Potomac Elec. Lt. 6's 106; 107
C. & P. Telephone S's 103 103
Amer. Tel. & Tel. 4's 110
D. C. Paper Mfg. 6's 100
N. & W. Steamboat 6's 104
Rlggs Realty 6's (long) 103 101
Rlggs Realty Cs (short) 101 103
PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS.
Capital Traction 123 12IH
Wash. Ry. & Elec. com 80S 91
Wash. Ry. & Elec. pfd 90H 93
Wash. Va. Ry. com 47 iio
Wash. Va. Ry. pfd 75
N. At W Steamboat 203 203
Washington Gas 80 67
Georgetown Gas 120 160
Eastern Light & Fuel 122
American Tel. & Tclga 140
TYPE MACHINE 8TOCK8.
Mcrgenthnlcr Linotype 15V4 226
Lunston Monotype 91 92M
Greene Cananea 9
NATIONAL BANK 8TOCKS,
American National Bank 172 179
Capital National Bank 220 233
Columbia Nat Dank 230
Commercial Nat. Bank 20S
District Nat. Bank 140
Far. & Mech. Nat. Bank 260
Lincoln National Bank 160
Metropolitan Nat. Bank 202
KlgRS Nat. Bank 580
Second National Bank 1C0
Nat. Bank of Washington.... 260
TRUST COMPANY STOCKS,
American Sec. & Trust 299
National Bav. & Trust 260
Union Trust 13ft
Wash. Loan & Trust 235
United States Trust 141
SAVINGS BANK STOCK8.
Citizens Bavlngs Bank 20Vi
Home Savings S25
Union Savings 243
Bank of Com. & Bav 12Vi
East Wnsh Bav. Bank 15
FIRE INSURANCE 8TOCKS.
Arlington Fire Insurance 14
Corcoran Fire Insurance 80
Firemen's Fire Insurance I9Vi
Ger, American Fire Ins 260
Nat. Union Flio Ins 7tt
1'otomao Fire Insurance 30
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Columbia Title Insurance,... CV,
Ileal Estate Title Ins 95
D C. Paper Mfg. Co 135
Grnphophone com 41
Grnphophone pf 78
Merch. Tians. & Storage 106
Security Storage 210
Washington Market...., 17
Saloonist Denies He
Violated Excise Laws
Arralfircd on a cliurtre of violating
the excise laws of the District In
that he kept his place of business
open during the hours of midnight
Huturday and 4 o'clock this morning,
David L. Htewart, proprietor of a
saloon In 'Southwest. Washington
pleaded not guilty In the District
branch of the Police Court today and
demanded n Jury trial.
The man was released on the de
posit of 1200 as collateral for his ap
pearance tn court on the date to be
set for trial.
of Setting Abroad Stops Losses
BLUE MONDAY IS AVERTED BY BET
TER FEELING ABROAD AND
NEJW YORK, Oct. H.-After a soft
opening decided rallies were marked all
along the line, with a better war feel,
lng and a discontinuance of the heavy
selling ot Americans In Europe of the
past tew days, Late private dispatches
to three ot the largest houses having
London connections here showed heavy
buying orders from this country in Steel
and Hill and Harrltnan stocks,
Advices were deceived, too, Indicat
ing that a treaty of pears has been
signed botween Italy and Turkey,
London has turned a buyer of Cana
dian Pacific, While that Issue felt off
from the close of Friday, It had re
covered and gained a point before neon,
The heavy realising n Berlin seems to
be at an end,
Reading, IJnlon Paeiflo, and Steel
lost only slightly, On the whole the
situation was far from being a "blue
Important decisions are looked for
Today's New York Stock Exchange Prices
Quotations furnished by W. B. Hlbbs A Co., members of New Tork Stook Ex
Changs. Washington stock Bschang. and Chicago Doarg of Trade. Hlbbs Building.
High. Low. p.m Close.
AmaU Copper 87H BOH oTWI 87K
Am. Beet Sugar com, 71H TOW 71H I T1H
Am. Can. com 46 4SV4 MM I 4SH
Am. Can. pfd 123 123H I23?l I K4
Am. C. & Fdy, com eo W 00 I CO
Am. C. & Fdy. pfd....U7tt 117H 117h I 1ISH
Am. Cot OH com Ml. 46 67V4 1
Am. Ice.Secur 22H ZJVi 22141 23
Am.Loco.com 4tti 41H 41HI 43
Am.Bmelt & Ref.com MH MVi 85H I ASH
Am.Bmelt A Ref. pfd.ir7 107 107 1 103
Am.Bug.A Itef.con... .12011 120 1MH 1 120V
Am. Tel &Tel 143V4 1414 I43H 1 143
AEm. Tobacco, pfd..,104U 104W 104H 1 105
.44 43 43V. I 44V4
. 31W SOW 31Vi I 31M
. 414 41 41H I 41H
.145H 143 14tt 1 144
Cent Leather com..
Colo. Fuel & Iron...
Con. Gas, N. T
Corn Trod. Itef.. com. ISH ISH isttl 15H
Distillers Security.... 30H 30V4 DOH I 30Vt
General Electric 182V4 181M 182HI 1SJH
Great North. Ore
National Lead, com.
Peoples Oas of Chi..
Frcs. S. Car, com.
4S 47 48 41
122 121M 123 1 122U
65 64H 65 I 64H
UMi llbtt HWi I mm
33 37W 38 I 3tM
37 37 37 I 33
Ry. St Bpgs., com.
Rail Steel Bpgs. pid..!0OH lOOVi lCCVi 1 100H
Rep. L & 8. com SZ 82H 33W I 33
Re. I. & S . pfd Dili (titt 91 I S1K
Tenn. Copper 43 42K 43 I 43H
U.S. R'lty & Im. com. mi 63 83 I 64
U.S.Rubber, com t2S MH K I &2U
U.S. Steel, com 77i 71H 77141 77V4
U.S. Steel, pfd J14',t II4V4 114. I U5Vi
Utah Copper S3U 62K tUV, I o3Vt
Va. Car. Chem., con48U 48 4SUI 44H
West'house Elec MW, I3V W4I tZ
West Union Tel folk 78V4 79HI WVi
Amer. Tob. 6's J20H 120U 120V4 . 120VI
Atch. Convert 4's.... KH D7H P7HI 97.
B.R.T. Con. 4's.
..B1V4 91 Vi S1V4I 92
C.B. & Q. Joint 4's..
C.R.I. A Pac. 4's...,
Int Metro. 4Vi's....,
Pa. Con. 1's 1115....
Sou. Ry. S's
U. Pac. Con. 4's....
U. B. Steel 2d 6'
MV4 UU 96V4 1 Vi
. 60V. C0V4 00V4I 09Y4
,. MH MH 6H1 1 Mfc
..06H 00i SO'.il Ottt
,.io)Vi im io I im
..102 102 102 I 102
Sales Today on
The Local Exchange
Washington Railway and Electric
Washington Railway and Electric pre
ferred, 30890. aS90, 9390.
Washington Gas. 108S7.
Washington-Virginia Railway com
Orapho. preferred, 1078.
City and Suburban Railroad S's, 11,0000
1104. 1.00O8110, 1.00?fll0n.
City and Suburban Railroad S's, J1.00
Washington Railway and Electrle
common, 25&89. 2089, 2&S90. 2&G90,
2&390, 25A90. 25SJ0.
Washington Railway and Electric pre
Entries for Tomorrow
At Laurel Track
LAUREL, Md., Oct. 14. Entries for
First race Two-year-olds; maidens;
purse, fSOO; five and one-half furlongs.
Wlndburn, HI; Mohawk Boy, 114; After
glow. 111; Reno, 111; Ambrose, 114; Fed
eralist. 114; Belray, 114; Burgeols, 114.
Second race Three-year-olds and up;
selling; steeplechase; purse, $500; short
course; about two miles. Julia Armour,
130; Jesuit, 135; 'Prince Hampton, 137;
Lady Neville, 141; Ule Flat, 112; Mr
vln P. Dlggs, 114; Miss Ilynes, 147.
Third race Three-year-olds and up;
selling; purso 3500: six furlongs. 'Mon
key. 101: 'Joe Qaltens. 102: Mlndlnctte.
100; Rubla Qranda, 103; Pedigree, 103;
Madeline L., 106; Tonlata, 107; Argonaut,
108; Montcalm, 110.
Fourth race Three-year-olds and up
ward; selling; handicap; purse, 1600;
one mile and a sixteenth, dates, 98;
Hamilton, 100; Kormak, 104; Arasee,
104; Jacquellna, 109; Superstition, 114.
Fifth race Two.year-olds and up
ward; purse, 1500; six furlongs. Hod
kin, 102; Ochre Court. 104; Clem
Reachey, 103; Judge Howell. 106; Jack
Nunnally, 110; Berkeley, 110; Cherry
Beed. Ill; Anavrt. 115.
Sixth race Three-year-olds and un-
ward; selling; purse, 1500; one mile and
a sixteenth. Pretend, 106: Futurity. 106:
Reach Sand. 109; Nadiu. 110; Cloud
Chief. 110; Fred Mulholland, 111; Tow
ton Field, 111; El Oro, 118.
'Apprentice allowance claimed.
Weather cloudy; track fast.
Would Be Acceptable.
"Mv son, you must be given a check
In this wild career of yours."
"Suits me all rlKht, dad. Mako It
for a couple of hundreds." Baltimore
Interest on first
real estate double
value of loan. Title
guaranteed by a tltlo
fu a r a n t y company.
,oans 2500 and upward.
Run 3 to 6 years. Ap
praiser recommended by
national bank ot high
standing. Why loan your
money at 6 per cent
when you can get 7 per
cent with as good se
Apply to Elijah I Knott,
Room 408, District National
14100 O street Northwest,
Washington, D. C.
from the Supreme Court at Its session
today for the fall term, The anthracite
coal and Minnesota rats cases are ex
pected, Tho Interstate Commerce Com
mission also meets today for the first
full session of tho term,
The United States Bteol Corporation
Is said to be booking orders at the rato
of G5.0M tons a day, most of which
call for delivery next year, Since Octo
ber t It Is estimated that orders for
about BM.Offl tons of steel rails, T,2J0
cars, and thirty-five locomotives have
been rllared by the railroads,
The net earnings nf the Aiwerlean
Telephone and Telegraph Company for
the nine months ending September 30
wero f3.14M04,7t greater1 than fer the
corresponding period a year ago, Hd-erd.
ing to the company's statement Issued
today, The total net earnings were
The net earnings nf the nU Tele.
phone system In tho United States show,
eded f3.43fl.333 for the eight months end.
ed August 31. mora than for the cor.
responding period of nil, Net earnings
lllsh. Low. p.m. Cloa.
At. T. &. B. Fe., comiWVi I08V4 100(4 1 100
At, Top. & B. F., pf!02 102 102 I I02W
Atlantic Coast Line. . 142W IIOH HI 1 141U
urooK. nap. xran... TOH CO COW I 00
Canadian Pacific 204U aWV 204H 1 263
Ches. & Ohio B2V4. MVi 82V4. 1 62
Chi. A Q. w.. com...l7V4 17 I7HI 17H
Chi. M. & st P.. conilU 110M tllHIIUVi
uni. m. tsai. i: pia...uz I4Z 142 1 142
Chi. & S. W.. com. 440
Col. & South com 40
Del., Lak..& Wet....MO
D. & R. Grande, pt. 39
Erie, com 3SU 34K 33H
Erie. 1st pfd
O. North, pfd
Inter. Met, com...
Inter. Met. pfd....
Kan C. S., com...
L. & Nash
.. 62H 61 U 52HI 62 Vi
.. I39H 1374 13014 1 130H
..I29V4 129 12014 1 12914
...21H 20U 21HI 2114
.. COS C5V4 06HI 06V4
,..28 27i 28 I 28
,. .1764 I75W 17Vi 1 17iH
..103 I60V4 100 I100V4
.. 2S, 28 28 I 29
M. K. T. com.
Mo., K. & Tex. Pfd. IV4 0414 C4V4 I 64
M S P & 8 S M, coml43 142 I4S 1 143
Missouri Padc 44 43 44V4I 45
N. Y. Cent Hud. R..I15 114 115 1 115
N. Y., Ont & West... M 30 30 I 30
Norfolk & Western.. J15 113 115 1 116
Northern Pacific 120 12 12 H20
Pennsylvania J24 124 124 1 124
P.. G. Chi. St L If 109 109 1109
Reading com 170 174 170 1 175
Rock Island com 20 25 26 I 2o
Rock Island pfd 54 54 54 I 55
St. L. & S. 2d. pfd 30 36 30 I 35
3outh.Pac.com JI0 109 110 1110
South.Rall.com 29S 23 29 I 29
South. Rail. pfd.
M 81 62 I 62
Texas & Pacific
Union Pac com
Union Pac. pfd
. 24 24 24 I 25
.171 170 171 1 171
.89 89 89 I 89
. 4 4 4 I 4
13S 13 13 I 14
.50 54 So I 60
Meridian Hlll-WlllUm It. Richards and
William I). Javls to Roy Hughei, part of
lot 2, block 17, 13.
MrrtdUe Hlll-Ueorxe W. Hughes et si. to
William II. Rlcharda and William D.
Javls, part lot 2, block 17, 11.
Villa Park-Clara A. Marden et vlr to Emll
II. Jahns. lot 13, block 42M. ITK 4.
Villa Park-Same to same, lot 2, block 4294,
Connecticut Avenue Terrace Ross Ella Heat
er to Lena 8. Uargrave, lota 7 and 8, square
Villa Park-Clara A. and Edwin It Marden
to Emll II. Jahni, lot II, bluck 4:27, SIM i:.
Villa Park Same to same, lot 17, block 4227.
Villa rark Sams to same, lot 28, block 424,
Zl Betenth street northeast Edgar A. Ken
nedy and laaac N. I'avU and laadore 31
Davis et ui. to Mary L Reed, lot 12,
square m, w.euu.
1110 Blsth street southeaat Eugene Schans
et ux. to Joaeph rlchanz, lot 47, squaro
Wlsconiln avenue extended International
Realty and Development Company to Char
lotte J. Hooker, lot 301, sqftare 1301, 110.
OU are leaving nothing to
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ronize a banking insti
tution which already has the
confidence of more than 31,000
XJTLet us hnve YOUR account
iWSAMK IlATU of Interest paid
on both large and small ac
counts. National Savings and
Cor. ltith und N. Y. Ave.
New Tork Stock Exchange,
Washington Btock Exohanga,
Chicago Doard of Trade.
bought and sold en ssms
favorable terms as we offer
for trading tn Nsw York
stocks snd bonds.
The Safest Investments
Ara tboao tbat do not fluctuate during dln
Curbed condition! of the mouey or rtook mar
kcu. Flrit deed oC truat notea (tint mort
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investment. They do not depend upon the
flmnclal responsibility of Individual or oor
? orations for their stability, and aji exempt
rom taxation aa personal property. We un
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DiiuatjsHa nitAUNO has
ltEnTOItlNO lha CIIICULATIOM of the
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CUIIEH of LOCOMOTOIl ATAXIA, 1'ARAIj.
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KXI1A1IBTION, 1NHOUNIA, OOUT, INDI
(IKHTION. the HEIUOUH AltUKNTS ot lha
NKUVOUB, Hl'INAL, UMNAHY, ana the
locomotive (the Iff) Hyttem, and those
ClIItONIC, INOtlltAflLJS (w-called) AIL
MKNTH OF MANKIND, l'ltOVKS CONCLU;
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IIHALINd that BUUALH that In SUHOBliy,
and IfUliaiOnT NOT llUTCHEKY-ls a
elane. llut there ara o many operations
that ara Ilulehory (not selenee). for tha fee
onlr, that eafore you HUnillT to IT you
would beat obtain Information of the littler
Mr 1-pase Booklet will tell ou of many
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1021 T1I BT. N. w.
NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF LICENSES.
Office of the Asaeaaor of tha District of
Columbia. Washington, I). C, October IX
lilt Notice la hereby given that on tha
thlrtv-nnt dar of October. 1112. will eiplra
all llcenaea laauad by the Aaiesror of lha
District of Columbia to apothecaries, auction
eers, automobile atorage warehouses, banka
and bankers, Ull-poslers, billiard, pool and
other tables, bowling alleya, pruprielora of
har-roome, brewers and brewera' agenta,
boarding houses, public batha, mediums,
clalrvoyanta, palmleta, etc, cattle dealere,
commUaton merchants, cigar dealers, build
lng contrsctorv, carriage and wagon makers,
confectioners, dealera In second-hand peraon-
al property, dealers In markets, dealera In
gasoline, dealers In koroaena oils and olle of
ilka grauea, distillers, fuel hucksters, norms,
proprietors of hotels, employment agents. In
vestment companies, proprietors of public
halls, public parks, livery stables, laundrlea
(steam and hand), land and Improvement
companies, railroad ticket brokera, reatau
raota and eating houaea. real.esUle agents,
proprietors of slot machlnea, proprletora of
theatrea, undertakers, and wholeaAle liquor
dealera. All peraona desiring to continue the
abme described business or professluna must
froraptly renew their llcenwi. WM. I.
tICIIAIIDH, Assessor, D. C
$ MANTELS TILING
Of sivery dricrfptloo, all tb
Uttt pattttrni tn Mirbl. TIU
or Wood, Kir pl trtmrnlnc
Oaa Lop, Qrmtts, etc. Banlury
(tnd DKotmtlv Ttllnc. Hcpalr
EDWIN E. ELLETT,
11M th st N. Vf.
PHONE N. 7l:.
-I-H-H-H-H-l-M-H-H-M- !! 1-M
DOLLY MADISON CANDIES The purat.
None better ax any price.
720 HTH ST. N. W. PHONE M. CU4.
YOUR WIFE'S ENEMY
may be a headache remedy full of acetanllld
or pbenaoetln. The next time ehe haa a head
ache get her to try CABCO, the safs head
ache remedy. It conlalna no heart depreaa
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
la new permanently located at 17M Pa. are.
N. W.. where he will be pleased to receive
hla old patrons and extenda a cordial Invlta
Hon to all to Inspect his new fall fabrlca
WANTED To rent half a atore, traffic loca
tion for up-to-date Jewelry atore. Apply
UOX HI. TltnUi office.
CUAIICOAL-Pbona Main ItO,
New la the time to order yeur CHARCOAL
for the winter.
M. 1. OENSUBUO. 0 Maryland ava. B. W.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Saturday evening on Conn. ave.. bet.
Chevy Chase and Kock Creek bridge, auto
mobile top dust coier. Reward for return
to OWNER, '73 Kllbourne at N. W. Phono
LOST It. or near IJncoln Park, small neck
chain with two baby rings attached. Re
ward for return to OWNER, 1211 Maaa. ae.
LOST Hunch ot keys; with screwdriver at
tached. Howard. 1110 O N. W.
LOST Dog. collie, I
to 430 O at. N. W.
LOST or atrayed from 1701 K st N. W.,
blsck female French bull, screw tall puppy;
name Roeey; IS reward and no questions
asked for return to sbove address.
LOST Last Friday evening, pocketbook with
check and money. Uberal regard If re
turned to ELEXAND1N EUEIIT, 711 ith t.
FOUND 1 chain, 1 bundle, 1 knife, 6 urn
brellae, 7 packages, 1 pair glasses, 2 va
Usee, 2 baskets, 1 book, i coats, 2 beauty
boxes, 1 pocketbook, 4 hata, 1 pin, 1 belt, 4
suit casea, 1 roll, 1 pair glovea, 1 alarm
clock, 1 feather boa. WASHINGTON TER
MINAL. Union Station.
LOST Pocketbook. Saturday, In Smithsonian
Park. Reward If returned to Room 215,
Dureau of Plant Industry, ltth and U sts.
LOST October 10, a gold pin In ahspo ef a
wreath of Ivy leavea; 13 reward. Addreas
POX 117. Times office. !
MISS JAMnnON. manicure, face massage
and scalp treatment. 1304 a st. N. W., 2d
floor front. Hours from 10 a. m. to 6 p. m.
ORA FrElM Msgnetlc Mssaage. Face
UJVa rjJUULr anj B(.ap Treatment
AND ASSISTANT. 701 H at. nw.. 2d floor.
MILLINER, artistic, atyllsb, home or out,
moderate; feathers made, dyed, cleaned,
curled. Ph. M. 749. 1010 Eye st. N. W.
MTSS OATN MANICURINO AND
1U.LOO W-LL1 bcaLP TREATMENT.
Ill 71h St. N. W.. Apt L Ph. Main 7433 !
BEAUTT CULTURE TAUGHT. Try our ar-
imw niiucurins scicniino nair areeiing,
facial raaaaag and chiropody. 110 F at nw.
MISS WELLS & SB1
Ave.. Id floor front. Iloun. I to I p. m.
HY WHITE WOMAN with one child of 10.
as flrst-clat cook; beat of reference from
present employer good home more object
than compensation. Addreea Immediately
M.A. II., Times, office.
SITUATION as housekeeper for refined
widower; city reference. 711 10th st. S. E.
WANTED rooms to psper: flrstc!ass work.
R. W. SHED, 414 O St. N. W.
BEAUTIFUL rugs woven from old carpets;
workmanship the best: satisfaction guur
snteed. WASHINGTON IIUO WEAVING
CO., 831 6th St. N W. Msln 46.
ALI1ERT KAHLERT A CO.,
Improvsd Rug Weaving and Carpet Cleaning.
ltd Maryland ave, a. W. 1'n. It soil.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
NEW TOriK FJtENCII
Mllllntry and Dreeamaklng Academy,
lilt O BTltEET.
OUADUATKS OF OUH ACADEMY
COMMAND T7IB HIOIIEST
SALARY I'AIU MIU.INEitB Oil DP.E8S-
GOOD I'OBllIONB FURNIflllED.
BEND FOR BOOKLET.
CANDYMAKEIl Apply at. 222 I"a, are.
W.. between u ana 2 o'CiocK.
COAT AND 8KIIIT HANDS Thoroughly
perleneed. Apply JUUUB OAnVINi
A JVJ.. itn u r . ;
CO LI An Olnt While Apply TOLMAN
LAUNDHTj- 6th and C ate. N, W. 1
COLOHED COOK. 1720 Twamy-aacond atreot
HOTEL ENOEL, N. J. ave. and C K. W.
GIRL Colored, for reneral houaework.
lios 7th at N. W.
OIHLr-Whlte. for llsht housework and as
slrt In atore. 224 4i4 at. B. W.
QinL-nellable, for general houaaworkl star
nlihts. Apply Apt. 21, UU 24th st N. W.
Olltt llaapecUbls, colored, for
homework, too tlh at. N. K.
GIIIL lullable. for reneral houaework; ref
erentes. Apply e It. I. ava. N. W.
UinL-Colored, for light houaework. by small
family. B0 16th at N. W Id floor. 1
amtB Bright, neat, 14 to II years of age,
sa alals clerical good pay and splendid
chance for advancements. Apply to II. W.
BC1IAUU. with OOLDENOERO, Jth and K
ate. N. W.
GIRL or woman. In country, for general
housework; no washing. UOX 44. Wood
Oini-Eiperlenced; helper on men's coats;
good salary; steady joo. zju iiui mu .i.rv.
OHIL for general housework.
st. B. E.
Apply (is A
HOBIEIIY BALE8WOMAN-An experienced,
one who understands the selection of goods.
Addreaa BOX 130. Times ofnee.
WOODWARD & LOT1IROP
Require the aervlces of
Experienced In Linings and Cotton Dress
Apply EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. 1
SALESLADY to sell my Interesting Chinese
snd Japanese curloa. ALDEIIT J. OB
OOOD. I6S II at.
SLEEVE HAND and helpers. YS lllh st
BKIIIT MAICER First Claas.
till Hth at.
LANBDUROII b. MIO. nEqUIRE
SEVERAL HAIXSWOMEN FOIt THEtR
NEW MILLlNEnY DEI'AIITMENT.
TEItMANENT EMPLOYMENT AT GOOD
BALAHIES TO EXl'EIHENCED 11AND3.
APPLY TO MR. OLA88BH.
Care of LANBUUIIOH & UltO.
good nnUhers. 13
WAITHESS-Olrl. white. In cafe; with refer
ence. Apply st 128 Pa. ave. 8. E.
WHITE OIHL To do light houaework and
mind child. Apply zz ra. avs. . w.,
before fi o'clock.
WOMAN HEU'EIt In bushellng room. THE
MODE. F and lllh.
WOMAN Sottlwl. colored, to cook, waah,
and Iron, amall family; must have refer
ences 617 4th at N. E. "
WOMAN to cook, wash, and Iron; general
house ork, bring reference. 727 sth St.
VOUNO LADY for confectionery store.
11 at. N. E.
ACTIVE DI8T1UCT MANAOBlt at Waah
Ington to establish permanent Income pay
ing business of his own. Liberal Immediate
compensation with renewala. Ileal and moat
complete line of Health and Accident I'ollelea.
Addreaa NATIONAL CASUALTY COM
PANY. Detroit. Mich.
ASSISTANT EXAMINERS wanted In tho
U. 8. Patent Office; entrance salary, ILMO.
A course that will asalst you In preparing
for the examination for Ihla poeltion may be
had at the COLUMIUA SCHOOL OF
DRAFTINO (evening classes), McLachlen
Uulldlnr, 10th and Q ate, (rat. Dept.) ..
APPRENTICE HOY to leam ccppcremllh's
trade. Apply 0i H at. N. W. ..
1IAHTENDER White: 2 colored bus boys, 13
each: carriage waaher, t to 110 week;
presser. t9 to $10 week; other help wanted.
EUREKA. 1011 N Y. AVE.
HOY, with wheel; colored; for COMMEH
CIAL I'RE88INO CO., KOS Eye at. N. W.
DOY for Jumper on a delivery auto. FOOT-
Eft DVB WORKS. 12th and O N. W. ..
ltnvwhlte. to work In drug store: N. W.:
alter scnooi. Aooress nuji in, iimn
1JOY To work In grocery and attend horses.
IORTON a. ith ana sta. ave. n. a. i.
UOY Colored, for work. Apply D. J. WEV
MAN. 3040 Hth St. N. W. ..
HOY sbout IS years eld. to work about
factory, cou i'afeh uux to., it iian-
over at. N. w.
BOY White, 'to run errands and leam plats
printing. 741 mh st. ..
UUSHELMAN Flrsl-clsss; wages 111 per
week. UEIUs'AHD J. FOLE1, 1421 F St.
UUSHELMAN. Apply at once, THE MODE,
F and 11th sts
CAHNET MAKEns-Wanted ten good cab-
net makers at once. Apply A. o. row.
LER CO , 2200 Oa. ave. N. W. ..
CUTTER AND DE8IGNEn Dealrable posi
tion for thoroughly experienced man. T. E.
OILUERT, Merchant Tailor, 123 F at N. W.
CORNICE HANDS, galvanised Iron; two. 431
ra. ava. B. E.
COLORED AI'1'RRNT1CE8 Three, to assist
In laying concrete sidewalks. FULTON It.
OOHDON. 318 Colorado Uulldlng. e
DRAFTSMAN Young man, with about one
year's experience ss patent draftsman.
IIOX 142. Times oftlce.
DRIVER Experienced, for furniture wagon:
steady position. MAVEIl & cu., n 7tn
st. N. W.
Apply 3402 Hth street
HOTEL SILVER rOUSHER-Whlte. 140.
and a door watchman; also kitchen men.
Apply DICK'S HOTEL AOENCY. 12th and
HEAD WAITER and while porter.
HURQESS HOTEL AOENCY, 601 10th N. W.
MAN While, tn work In coal yard: must
understand care of horses: rent free. J. J.
CONNELLY. 3d and P sts. N. W.
MAN Reliable In grocery store. Apply J. T.
D. PVLEB. 412 41h St. S. I'.. 1
MAN Rellsble, for work on dairy farm. II.
V. CARTER. Arlington. Va. !
MAN to drive laundry wogan; cash deposit
required. 2117 Hth st. N. W.
MAN to help In wssti room. Apply DU
I'ONT LAUNDRY. 2M Sherman ave. ..
MEATCUTTEIfand grocery clerk; flrst-class.
Apply CHARLES COLVIN & CO., 27W Hth
St. N. W..
ONE MAN, AT ONCE,
To learn, the auto buslnesa. Excellent op
portunity for the right man.
THE NATIONAL AUTO COLLEGE,
tth and O ats. N. W. Open till p. ra.
OPERATOR on trousers; experienced. CHAS.
P1CAKE, 406 7th St. N. W Room 7.
I'Al'EHHANOEUH Two, tlrst-clsss; plenty
work. N. T. BHANE, 1410 Q St. N. W.,
st. N. W.
Apply at once, 1104 Park
PAPERHANOERS Three, and two painters.
Apply 3114 Georgia ave.
PAINTERS Call Tuesday morning, ready for
1430 It. I. AVE N. W.
POLISHER AND IlUPFEIt
OOT1RMAN. ISO Pierce st. N.
STOVE ItEPAIRMAN-Esperlenced; colored.
Steady position. MAYER & CO.. 415 7th
st. N. W.
SHOP HOY At once, at 3O0H lOlh st. N. W.
TAILORS Thoroughly experienced, on wont
en's coats. Apply
JULIUS UARPIN1CLO A CO., Hth and F sts.
HELP WANTED MALE
TAILOIV Flrrt-elaaa, for old and new work.
1104 Hth at. N, W. 1
TIN nOOKEIlB-IWO, good.
Apply U24 14th
11. N. W.
UI'HOLSTEnEns-SIx flrat-clasa. Apply W.
II, MOBEB BONB. .
WILL GIVE OGOD MAN half Interest In
well paying lunch room te run same. Ap-
ply 14 6 at. N. E.
WANTED Hillabla men to sell Chary Cbaia
Real EsUts. Easy paymenta. Automebila
furnUhxl to show tha piuparty, Thoreusb
schooling free. If Inasperlencad. Rapid pro
motion to producers. Learn tha bualneae of
WM. IL niTClUE,
MaT.. i.oioraao maa.
WANTED All around handy man with toon.
Call after 1 p. m IM O at N. E.
WHITE 1IOYB for shop work.
ton pi. N. E.
YOUNO MAN to work In baker ahop.
ply 467 Fla. ave. N. W.
YOUNG MAN Colored, te drive wason; man
be familiar with N. W. WEYMAN, JWO
lllh at. N. W. ..
YOUNO MAN to help In grocery- atore and
deliver orders. Apply 1725 Georgia ava.
YOUNO MAN-Ilrlght. actlvs, II year, of
age. as stock clerk for men's fur. depart
ment Apply to H. W. BCHAUU, with OOL
UENDEHO, 7th and K SU. N. W.
Male and Female.
PITMAN AND QREOO.
civil aervlce courses; mechanical drafting.
iiik UJ11U.EKI, urn m. I. ave.
LANTERN SLIDE and transparency tinting
(water colors and oils); photo negative re
touching; Instruction also given. KLLA M.
PLATT. 1MJ K st N. W. 1
Art aecured for all
COLLEOE. 1117 New York ava. N. W. Dar
and evening sessions all the year. Call.
write, or phone Main am tor caiaiorraa.
FOR RENT ROOMS
II BT. N. W., 411 Second floor, front and
back room; rent 12; other housekeeping
7T1I BT. N. W., 100-Nlcely furnlahed roomi,
light houaekeeplng; heat, gas, and bat.i
5T1I BT. N. W 712 Two furnlahed rooma,
1. h. k. If dealred.
PA. AVE. N. W 120t-Oppoalls Raleigh
Hotel; low ratea to permanent; Bne loca
tion for Government employee; strictly moJ
ern. THE SEVILLE, APT. 12 Unfurnished room.
Crat floor, privets entrance, bath, phone.
N. J. AVE.. N. W. 70S Two aecond story
front rooma furnished for houaekeeplng or
I otherwise; private family. "
N. W., 118 Furnished rooma, second
N BT. N. W., 1414 Three beautifully light
ed rooms: reatful home; iu to :.
ITH ST. N. W., 121S Two furnished rooms.
light housekeeping; neat, gss. -
H ST. N. W., 33 Furnished front room, heat
and gas; ronvsnlent to Dalh; private tarn
lly. gentlemen. Line 1404.
ITU BT. N. W.. I Nicely furnished front
rooms, all conveniences; light housekeeping.
O BT. N. W., 205 One second-story front
and one front and back third floor, fur
nlahed. F ST. N. W.. 204 Three rooms, :d floor
front fur. complete for housekeeping.
EYE BT. N. W., in Two communicating
rooms. 1. h. k.
BT. N. W 7U Large comfortable
n: aecond floor.
NORTH CAriTOL ST., ISO Fine furnUhed
rooma and rooma for light housekeeping.
ID BT. N. W.. 604-One Urge front room
with kitchenette; completely furnlihed far
FOR RENT R0OM&
O BT. N. W.. 830 Two unfurnished rooms,
3d floor, with heat, gas, light housekees-
lng: 411.60 per month.
PARK LANE. V A. Three bright rooms In
suburb on Old Dominion line, 3-4 miles from
city. One fare to any part of city; 17. F. A.
F BT. N. W., 2312 large light rooma, sec
ond floor, next bain; also 1 intra noor
front. L II. K.
YOU BT. N. W., Ii30 2 rooms, 2d floor, hot-
water beat, gas, phone; reaaonabte. ..
10TH BT. N. W 1123 Two unfurnished
rooms, second noor front, heat and gas.
UTH ST. N. W.. HO Communicating rooms,
heat gaa. hot water, housekeeping.
10TH BT. N. W..
13 Large, bright un
heal and gas; private
D ST. N. E., 130 Three or lour unfurnished
rooms, second floor, J. h. k., heat and
E 8T. N. W., 8133 large rooms for rent ,.
ITH ST. N. w.. 807-Flat ol three rooms, un
furnished; 112 per month.
TH BT. S. E., SU-Three rooms, bath,
light housekeeping: very desirable.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Furnished and Unfurnished
EYE ST N. W., 2031-Brlfht and attrictlvo
flrat and aecond floor rooms tuinlfbed or
ROOMS AND BOARD
KALORAMA ROAD. N. W., 1111 Rooms snd
board; prices reasonable; best service,
finest location. Phone North 7387.
L ST. N W., W-Nlce front room with
board, southern exposure.
3RD ST. N. V 24 Room and board. 13 per
WORKINGllKN-Out of the irat confllctlnn;
maaa of "bargain sales" are you hesitating
where to spend your cashT See us first, and
save "mon ' on a slightly used suit or ener
coat, 13 to 110; set wise; one price. JUSTII'B
OLD BTANU. 1 D.
LEARN PIANO TUNINO.
W. W. SAUNDERS. Teacher. 3414 Rock
Creek Ch. Rd. Phone Col. 23S2.
PIANO TUNING, 11.(0. lUUBHINO. 41. Mi
Allplayer-planoand organ work guaranteed.
Main 2CS, or drop postal to HERMAN'S
PLAYEH-PIANO SHOP. 1420 l'a. avs. n. sr.
STUDIO OP MUSIC. 1008 Eye at N. W. In
dividual Instruction In vocal and Instrumen.
tal muslo by expert teacher. Phone M. (232.
SMALL WORK EXCLUSIVELY
C. T. HUNTER'S SANITARY DUST-K1LI.-ING
FLOOR OIL contains olium snd wax.
Keeps the floors clean and bright and glvos
them a polished finish. Good for your fur
niture. Try It, 60o gul., delivered. Used by
the U. 8. Gov't and over 3.000 families for tho
last 26 years. 113 Pa. ave. N. W. M. MS4.
RAIN & AUT0-C0AT MAKERS
I. GLASER & CO.
rain and auto coats for lsdles snd gentlemen;
alters and repairs all kinds of rubber gar
ments and articles. Ph. Main KU. 82U)o
st N. W. -
VACUUM CLUNERH RENTED, Si CO DAY;
MACHINES DELIVERED AND CALLED
FOR. 303 McQILL IlLDO. PHONE U. 3374.