Newspaper Page Text
THE WASHINGTON TIMKS, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1012.
READY FOR OPENING
U Street Substation Will Be
,, Complete in Every
Between eldlvorloie Hiln nftcrnoon,
Bubstatlon "F" of llio City I'OBtonice, on
U itroct, west of Pourticntli street.
Will bo opene.1 to tin- public. A fow
minor details of rejulpmciit uro still to
bo added, but the hiilMIng Is practically
The bulldlnc Is tin property of M. A
"Winter and UcorBe W Kurls. the Post
offlce Department ImvliiK leaswl tho en
tire first floor anil p.irl of tho second
floor. Tho front p.irt of tho second
floor has been dllded Into ofllccs.
The building, which cost more than
150,000, fronts tlfty-clKht feet on U street
ond runs back 110 fort to a thirty-foot
Hlley. Thero are two separate, en
trances at the front, one Into tho post
omco proper, and the other to the stair
way lcudW to the olllees.
The facade Is of N York State mar
bio. with cranlte base, nriinmciited with
oarvlnB. bronze letters, and srllleij The
Govcrnm-Miil ehnriut.'r of the build
Inc Is emphaslnd bv an Ionic portico
with the Anicilcin eagle carved In the
pediment. ... .,..
The cntramc Is Into n nubile lobby,
seventeen by tvvciitv-eiKlit fret finished
with mosulc and terrazzo floor, marblo
base, oak walnsrotlni; and sciecn, and
plaster piers "llli moulded caps and
cornice. The work room Is furnished
with the newest standard equipment,
this being the flint time some of the
fixtures have been used
Gregg &. l,elenrlnc are the archi
tect, and John I" Newman Is the
builder. The nostofllrt fixtures were.
Installed by the Federal Equipment
Company, of Uaillile. Pa,
Sale of Business Site.
Tomorrow nftcrnoon at 1:30 o'clock,
the business properties at 13.', 1321, and
332$ O street northwest, will bo sold ut
auction. The property Is now Improved
with small one and mo-story buildings,
hut the Mte would be cm client for al
most anv class of business structure.
Tho property fionts foit -seven feet
eleven Inches on (! strut with a. depth
113 feet eight and one-half Inches to a
thirty-foot alley In the lear There Is
also a fifteen-loot ulliy on one side.
Sell One Thousand Lots .
The Virginia Highlands Association
reports the sale of tin one-thousandth
lot In Virginia Highlands Theip were
J.J-M lots In the original subdivision, and
the 1,00 lots liuvu lie.cn sold within
two yeurs. The lots rango In price fiom
JJ00 to tt'o. .Most of the purchuses wore
made for the purpose of building
Building $35,000 Residence.
Several large building permits have
been Issued during the month The
largest was to James I'armclee, who Is
now erecting a rtsldtn-e on I.0VV1MI
street, near Thirtieth street northwest,
at a cost of JVJ.uo. I'unstruetloti on
this house bus now reached tho second
tory. Charles A. Piatt, of New York,
Is the architect, ami W. P. Lipscomb
& Co. uro the builders
To Build Ice Factory.
The Amcilcan lee Company has begun
the erection of an Ice factory In Pet
worth, to cost $;i.vx. Th' factory will
bo situated nt the cornet fit Taylor
street and Kama uvenu. northwest.
Pumphiev A. llajui ale building throe
K.000 residences at :t.'S, JJ.T., and 23:7
Ashmeaiie pluce nurtliuirt of which
O. Allatd Is tin architect and Oeorgo
". Pumphrev Hie build r
The Ileal 'i.t,u.. .Veiiiltv Compuny H
expending more tlin,i l.iiii'ii on the erec
tion of nineteen dwelllnth fiotn L'101 to
-'419 Sherman uwnuc northwest and
from 3114 to :')J) Ninth strut northwest.
The conventions lummlttee of tho
Chamber of Comini-ne met today and
authorized the smiling nf liteiature to
the convention of the American Itoad
bullders' Assoclatluii, which nuets In
Cincinnati next tnuuth l.ee It. Grablll,
Buperlntendeni of . uuntv loails.vlll at
tond the convention at ih expense of
the Chamber of loinnui.e ami the
Hoard of Trade It has ih-viloped with
in tho last lew d.iv m that Washington
has a chame to un ibis convention
The cominltue also approved tin, ex
penses of 1) J 1 11 lahiin and Thomas
Urant on tin 11 nunt t 1 1 . to New Yolk
to secure tin l'e , cm. ntlim of ih.t
American Ilallw , I1 .Manufac
turers Scvoral ni lions .,r Hi, Uet.ill Mer
rhuits Assoc latlnn mil nie-et during tho
week The stall. in. c ,,,. ton lllefts to
flight ut 8 oilo n, 1:1. ,.hor ileuleis to
jnorrow night .11 - ., 1,,, ( me furnltuio
dealers Thuisilai ,,m. 11 in t ;: o clock
and tin Jewi li-rs ril.,,v evening at i
Tho boaid of ... r f the Hetiill
Jlerclianln Assoc .11 ..n win meet Wed
nesday afteiiicioi, . .. 1 ork Seveial
matters of iiupoit u,. , ,.u ,0inc beforo
Trying to Establish
Titles to Lands
Three suits In i,
tho District Siipnui
Attorney (iem ral
Thomas W Smith,
tv wcre llled In
''ouri today by
kc iNh.iin against
1 islnla It. Wll-
Hams, and oth. -
to certain land ninn,- 11, , I'otomnc river,
the Lastcrn bran, n ml Rock creek
and protect tin iir,i,s f t, tj0v-caj-nment.
The suits also ... . K 1. movent litiga
tion begun by 11,, ,1, ,, miants In -Municipal
One parcel of Un,l 1,, migatlon Is at
the foot of Piitimia, avenue- and the
other Includes ti 11 ... 1 comprising purts
Of O. II. Eighteenth Twentv-sei-ond,
and Twenly-thlnl sircts in southeast
Btuart McNamiu ...ais as special
attorney for the I nit.,) states
Twenty-third strrc , ore
aod H nrfl. Aim n
Robert H Mi N ill 11
Jtvalon Helahu- lu nI,
ntthUSll. lOt .,UJr
iMumre 4344. II
iiecr lntwren ti
I Ine et ux to
I Mituie S6. $10
uztiush tic I? 11
li.iV ci ml lot l'J.
sjraihlnirion Iklahi. I,,!,,, Allien el
HVC1IC It ....,l . ,. I ,V h j J0
Addition 10 t.unsri.1, I..,C luiph i iior-
Pa.rdft.Si'r1",'"" " ,vt'-r I- King.
lot 23 and ! Ill k 1, no
titl Thirteenth Mr. .1 ,. .unujto..ri:e M.
,y '.,!! !?nXVmx" ' Flynn. lot 75.
quare lid. 110
UM Potomso avenue ulliMiciuv II John-
on. trustf. I . 1 1 1 , . 11 ., PU, i
II square lots, fl icn
yfith street north...i,i i,M H,i K
treets-IIernun 11 II .-,i,tein ,t u t.
clsrenee H .Jonen t ...u in? tin
JL1.1 ".?,h ',' '"""i, i:ismeenlh anl
Klneteiith stnei. vtcm , ,, j,,,,., ,., ,ir
ugene H ml.ni. 1 11 and I vriliui
James (1. It Jiiem. ,c 1 , , ,,4rt i 3I
quara 107, 110
t. Plfan ,"! "iiii I'lslni Itobert
Lm O'Hrlelll si Irun, ,,1 Wlllluin J
Vlckery. lot W hock p j cm """tt"1
PRONOUNCED DULLNESS PERVADES
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE.
AND DECLINES RULE.
NEW YORK, Nov. 1R. There was
scarcely enough trailing this morning to
glvo a detlnlte trend to tho market.
By noon only 101,300 shares had been
traded In. Of this, 61,000 shares were
transferred In tho first hour. Waiting
on expected Supremo Court decisions In
creased tho hesitation. Thero wero
moro fractional declines In tho Indus
trials than advances, and the same con
dition obtained among tho rails. Bteel
opened weak, sold up as high as Sat
urday's close and slumped off to 7IH,
a three-quarter point loss. It Is said
that there Is an accumulation of stop
loss orders around 73. Can, Smelter,
and Copper were fractional off. while
Central Leather opened a quarter high,
sold off slightly and came hack to a
fractional net gain. Lehigh Valley
showed greater strength than the other
active rails, after a weak opening. The
trading was almost entirely profess
ional. Tho Indon market for American was
Irregular, with fractional lifelines In the
active Issues. Tim fortnightly statistics
show that Itfgllsh and French stooks of
copper on November IS, decreased l.lwO
Today's New York Stock Exchange Prices
Quotation rumlihttt br W, n. nibba Co.. numbers of Hw Tork Stock El
tbinsi. Washington Slock Enchant, and CMnu no.ra of Trod. Itlbbs DulMlnt.
llllh. Low. p.m. Clot,.
Amal. Copper fi5 tti 8i I SSH
Am. Beet Sugar com. MS M MVil Ml
Am. Can. com 41W 40W ttVil 41 Vi
Am. C. & Fdj, com tOVi 60 C0V4 I CO
Am. Cot. Oil com 60H WV4 .19HI 6914
Am. Ice.Sccur 1M4 m I0WI 10li
Am. Loco, com 47W 46h 47 I 46
Am.Smelt & nef.com 7Wi TBli WW I 'Vt
Am.Sug.it Kef. con.,.. 120V. 1S0V. 120U I IMV,
Am. Tel & Tel 142U 1425. I42M Hi'i
Am. Woolen pfd....
California OH com..,
Cent. Leather com..
Central Leather pfd
Colo. Fuel & iron...,
Bl 7M. 7OT. I
43 W" 431.1 43.
C1H 01 01V4I OlVi
29V 2S. 29 I 29V.
07 f5 07 I MS
26V4 3d. 36M 30S
Corn Prod. Itef.,com. ltf
Con. Gas. N. Y US
Distillers Security.... 27'
IS',. 1J' I 11'.
lti Hi I 142V.
27". 2c'. 20s. I 27 V.
181 181 181 I 181
till. 4llS 40HI 45S
105V4 lOJVi lOOVa I IKiH
,ir2V4 1KU I33U I IJ3
60 Ul 00 I O0V4
fOVii WHi WV4 I NV.
34 V; 34Vi 34W I
HtlS 1 1 liS UuS I I16S
37V4 S7V. 37SI 37
29V. 29V4 28l 29V.
Great North. Ore
National 131s., com...
National Lead. com.
Pac Mail Stmp
Peoples Gas of Chi..
Prcs. S. Car, com.
Rep. I. & S. com ,
P.e. I. & S-. pfd i'l
Sloes-Slief. S &l, com W
Tenn. Copper 40.
U.S.Rubber, pom M!i
U.S. Steal, com 7&V.
U.S. Steel, pfd 111".
fo. 11 I
SO SO I SO
40S 40SI 41
fSlj SS4. I sss
74S 74S I 74V.
HIS HIS 1 112V.
Utah Copper WVj C3t -3Va I o3Vs
Va. Car. Cbcm.. con 47l 4ii 47 I it
West, Union Tel 76 77'. 77H I 78
West'house Elec. 1181 fOt. 101 I tOi
EDWARD T. FLETCHER.
In his seventy-fifth year. Edwaid T
Fletcher, aled ut " o clock sesterday
morning at his home, 1908 First street
1101 tbw est. For sixty-two ears he had
been connected with Washington news
papeis In various capacities. He had
lieen in fallint: beulth for tv.'o years,
and for two months bad been confined
to his home.
He was born In Trenton, N. J , Ma
21. ISM. and came to Washington In
infancy. Ho attended the public schools
and was a printer's apprentice on the
K'ntlnnai Intelligencer, in ioj m. --
made rushli r of the Intelligencer, hold
ing that position four years. He was
married In P-US to .Minion Elizabeth ne.
Icastiau. who survives hliu, with two
tons and two daughters. They are
fhailes S. Kletchcr. of the Philadelphia
Inqulier. 11 H. rietclier. of the n strict
Assessor's Ofllce: Mrs. Tnoinas P. I hap
man. and .Miss Uuth H. 1 letcher, bot
of this city. The funerul services will
be held at 1.30 o'clock tomorrow af er
noon. with Interment In Oak Hill
GEORGE H. MA1SAK.
t.mfral services for George II. Malsak
wero held at OR" o'clock this morning
from his home. No. th Capitol street
n.l .1 half hour later at t. Mgf '"
Church Interment was at Mt Olivet
JOHN D. SCHOF1ELD.
Tim last rites for John I. Schotield
will be held ut 3 o'clock tomorrovv afte'r
noon at tile borne of Ills 1 laughter. Mrs.
Clcorge i:. Howard. I N stieet north
wesi. Intel ment will be In Rock Creek
Ceinc ter .
VIOLA MAE WAGNER.
The funeial of Viola Mae Wagner,
duiinht.-i of Mi and Mrs. Charles t
W g t'r was helil at 21 Seat.,., phco
northwest this afternoon. Interment
JAMES W. LYNN.
I'l.neral services for James W. 1A nil
were held frnn, bis '""'''"LV'S
41 Sixth street northwest, at in clock
this uftcrii.mil Interment was In ton
MRS. ALliTHE CRAIG.
The death of Mm. Alethe I.owber
Cialg. wife of ll-ar Aiiminii jei:pii u..
C.ulg I' S M. retired, ivhlch occurred
at jjo o'clock lust night, sent n shock
through the nodal anil llplscopallaii cir
cles of WMslllliKtoii tnda. Although
Ms Craig bad been III ft"t so.uo. time,
it was not Known that her con.lltlon
nuH ciltlcal She bad been a resident
of Washington since the retl.e.ncnt of
?,'.., a. imlic.l Crn 2. about eight eais
nan. and bail been ono of the most ac
tle siippoilers of St Pnnl's r.plscop.U
Church llesldes her husband, she is
survived b one iluughtoi, Miss Alvtho
The funerul at rungements have not
jet been made.
Receiver Appointed For
Produce and Meat Firm
Mtoinev Conrad 11 Kyme was toea
arpoluted b Justice Ilarnard. of the
Dlstilct Supreme Court, receiver of the
oriu of Smith, Cunningham cVV Co., deal
ers in pioduce and meat at 030 Louis'
limn avenue northwest
Tile appointment of the lecelver fol
i.voH l he the filing of a petition in In
voluntary bnnkiiiptcj bj Michael 1).
ii. ,rU Charles W Ilotr-ch lend Rlice k
W hale.v creaiiors, wn claim to navo
cl ilms aggregating ll.OOo against tho
Little Trading in
tons, while copper supplies nfloat de
creased 1.(160 tuns, making a. net de
crease of 2,0V) tons to 41,418 tons.
Peiclval S. Hill, president of the
American Tobacco Company, says that
the disintegration of tho company has
been complete and that real competi
tion exists between the several tobacco
companies. In his statement toduy tho
concludes b.v saving: "Undoubtedly In
the tobacco burlnoss, competitive efforts
do Incieuse volume of business, anil
whether such Increase of volume will
serve to malntuln or I ncrcase the
amount of prcllt In the face of addi
tional expense In matketlng guods. re
mains to be seen.''
A predli lion credited to Congresman
t'nderwood Is that a new tariff law
will bo In effect by next July.
Tho statement of the Steel Corpora
tion as of September 3", submitted to
the Stock Exchange, shows tho com
pany better off In working capital than
at anv tlmo since Its organization, It
Is believed that a surplus of JU.OOO.mo
will bo shown nt the end of the year,
The subtreasury gained 2.3,0uQ from
the banks Saturday, and slnco Friday
has lost 1703.0(10 net to the banks. Two
hundred thousand clollurH was deposited
with the subtreasury this morning for
transfer' to San Francisco.
... . tM B-
1. . . n Hln. Lew. p.m. Close
. 7 - a Fe" coni'8 I07S 107H I I07U
At Top. & a. F.. pfltM 101s 10IH I
Btl. tc Ohio. com....06S I06V IMitllOflS
Brook. Rap. Tran... SPS 69V4 f9V4 1 S0V4
Canadian raclflc M7U 2u6i. 2iW II07V4
1f'& 0hl MH 8,u 1V'I !
ChL M. & St. P coniS'. IISS 11SH 1 1ISS
Chi. & o. W.. com...lss ISS 1SS I 161.
Del., Lak..& West.
M9'4 MO',1, 519H I
Erie. 1st pfd
G. North, pfd..
Inter. Met, pfd.
Kan. C. S.. com.
.341. S4V4 34V. I 3Vj
SIS SIV. 61SI S1V.
IBs l.V) 1M 1137.
64V. 1H SSV. I S
I74V. 173S 173'.. 1 174V.
.28 27S 28 I 27H
Mo., K. & Tex. pfd. C2
M 6 P & S S M. corrll.1
d 1)2 I
143 143 I 142S
Missouri Paclc 44S 43'. 44 I 41V.
N. Y. Cent. Hud. K..1I4S 114S 1I4S I I1SV.
Northern Pacific 12SS I24S 124'4 I I24S
Pennsylvania I2.IV. I23S 123V1 1 123V.
Reading com IK ITO'4 170S I Its
Rock Island com 20S 25'. ISS I 20
Rock Island pfd SOW SO SO I 4'l
South. Pac. com JUS HIS lilSI HIS
South.ltall.com 20s 3S 2SSI 2S
Union Pac. com 172S I7IS 172 I 173S
Wabash com 4S 4S 4S I
Wabash Pfd HVj H' 14C, I tt
Atch Convert. 4'a....l0SV. 10SS IMS I I0SV4
u.H.T. Con. 4's
CD. &. Q. Joint 4's....
C.R.I. & Pac. 4's
Int. Metro. 4S's
Pa Con. 3'4's 1915 ....
Sou. Ry. S's
U. Pac. Con. 4's
U. S. Steel 2d S's.. ..
. 10s tot. rov. 1 ros
. rts oss osv, 1 oss
. b7S C7S t7S I C7S
. fl H H I tOS
,.ro, v0, ws 1 oos
.100 106 100 I 10)
.103 1W 102 I
, 102 101S 1C1S I 102
RETURN OF HEARST
OF CLAPP INQUIRY
Many Public Men Arc Hold
ing Their Breaths Until Let
ter Question Is Settled.
William Randolph Heart's return from
Ki.rope, which will lake place In a few
uuys. will practically be the signal, it
Is learned, for resumption of business
by the cinpp committee Investigating
Mr. Hearst has promised co-opeiatlon
with the cciniiilttee In evers possible
vvav. It will want to know, among
other things. Just how authentic we.e
certain lette.s wiltten bv Mr Archbolel.
head of the Standard Oil Coinpanv, and
which fell Into the hands of Mr Hearst
and through cliunneU controlled by hlni
were brought to public atf ntlon. There
has been much wonderment ns to
whether the committee will uncle rtake
to get Mr He.11 st to tell how he got
Rv fur the most Interest attnihlng to
the He mm appearance, will be con
cerned with the possibility thut the pub.
Usher may put n grand climax to the
whole Inoulri b tiirlilnc ovei to the
committee 11 big buti h of letters, In
volving nubile men and affalrx. Unit
have not heretofoic been made public
Mr A1.I1110I1I Is now known us one of
our readiest little letter wi Iters, and it
Ih further known that I learnt has lots
mo.i' of his suggestive missives up hi
sleeve". An Impiesslvn ot of public men
ate keen to know whether their nuines
irrn llkelv to appear. In nib.irr.iK-liic
connections. In the complete worki of
Messrs Archbolii and Slble
New York Curb Market.
Furnished to the Washlnrton Time.
by Harrlman &- Co.. New fork; a. D.
Chlpman, manager local branch, Colo
. Is 11
.. (', 0
.. 3. 3.
.. 3.4 :,
.. S. ST,
I A IS
. 15 is
. 3! 3W
Anglo. American Oil .
Atlantn iloldlleld .
Ruv Stale (1,1s
Hraden Coppc r
Ilrltlsh Col Copper
La Rose Con
Mnllnle-inrrngh . .
Nlplshiug Mines ,
Porcupine Cold .
Standard Oil N J
Tonopiib Mug of Nevada
Cnlli'd Cigar Stoics . ...
Cnlte.l Clear Stois pfd .
Supreme Court Fails To
Give Important Verdicts
Although this will tin fifth decision
day of the fall term of the Nup.c.no
Court, the court handed down no op1..
Inn In the Atittuacitc Trust ni rallrnuH
rate cases Tho couit will icccss until
Today s Market
THING IS SMALL
High Price Is Paid For Small
Lot of Graphophone
Although the trading on the Washing
ton Stock KxchungR today covered
eleven different securities, the total
volume again was small. The trans
actions In stocks were especially of n
meager character, not a single quota
tion lot coming out. Potomne Electric
first fs were strong at 107. Two $l.mo
lots were sold at this figure, an ad
vance of a half over the last price, A
J.VW lot of Capital Traction 5's also
showed a half advance. Three small lots
of ltalluav nreferred sold at K9H to !
Latin a niiecn-suare 101 01 tuiniui unc
tion at 124.
A new high In Graphophone common
whs set bv the sale of three shares at
a. This was followed by tho sale of
seven-tenths or a eluire ut w.
Bid and Asked on
U. B. Reg. 2's 100 101H
U. S. Coupon 2's 100 101H
IT. H. Reg. 3's 103H liui
V. S. Coupon S's lir.'S lcj3V4
U. 8. urg. 4's
II. S. Coupon 4's
Georgetown Gas fi's 10U 107
Washington Gas S's 110 !!,
Cap Traction It. It S's .
Anacoslla tV Potomac S's
C Ity .V. Suburban S's. . ..
c oiumiila It. R. 5 s
Columbia R. It. 's
Metropolitan It R S's . ..
Wash. It fe i:iec 4's
Wash Alex eV Mt V
Potomac i:bc Cons 4s . . Inos
I'otomai l-le . l.t as H..V5
(' A P Telephntie- S's ... PH
Airer Tel .V Telga. 's 110
D. C. Paper Mfg. S's
Was!. Market S s, 1.'7 SO
Wash. Market S's, 1547 59
W M. Cold Storage S's 9J
N & W Steamboat Ss ln-1
Rlgga Realty S's (long) 103
Rlggs Ralty S's (short) 101
PUUL1C UTILlTr STOCKS.
Capital Traction lil1.
Wash. R .v. i:iec Com M
Wash R'vy A: i:iec. pfd.. . Vi,
Wash -Va. Rvv mm IS1
N i W. steamboat i
WnshhgUu ibis Vh
Anur T.I & Telga 14.'
Georgetown Cju-c S-H
TYPK MACHINE STOCKS.
Me.genthaler I.lnotpe 3.'l
bancton Monotype . . Siyi
NATIONAL, HANK HTOCK3.
American Nat. Rank 17
Capital Nat. Rank JZ7
Columbia Nat. Hank 300
Commercial Nat Hank . . .''"
Dlstilct Nut Rank US
Pur & Menh Nat Rank i'd
Lincoln National Rank ISO
Metropolitan Nut. Hank ... 'JT 311
Rlggs Nat. Ran . Svi r,Jj
Set ond Nat Rank . li. 1C7V,
Nat Rank of Wash ill 3w)
Amer Sec & Trust
Nat Savings A. Trust
I nlon Tiust
Wash. Loan A Trust ....
Union stutes Trust
Citizens' Having Rank....
Lin. on Savings ,
.. . Sn.1
. . 3HI
. .. 13'4
Rank of Com. & Sav 124 17
East Wash. Sav. Rank IS 17
Urtl-. INM'lt v.Se-K ri'lOCKS.
Arlington Tire insurance . it
coicuiun r'lrej tiisiirat.cu bo
rireinen's l'lre lusuiance 19Vi
Tranklln Fire Insurance
Ger. Amer. l'lre Ins 300
Nat Union Flro Ins 7H
Potomac Fire Insurance 30
T1T1.U INSURANCE STOCKS.
Columbia Title lnsiirunco . t,',j
Real estate Title Ins 16
Ij. C. Puper Mfg. Co ,
Grapho, com .
Merch Trans A: Storage
Security Storugo . ..
Sales Today On
Washington Ous, S's Jl.OOogiiu',
Capital Tiactlon, i's IWliUo'.j
Potomac Electric, S'b J1,(Xu'107,
C U P Telephone, S's Jl.easvfi lm.
Washlnglou Railway and Kleet.lc,
pfd.. S'llsic's, lOu'.-O; liS3V.
W aslilngtun clas, S'oc,i4.
Me rgenthiiler, Cfl3.'S.
(Iraphohoiic coiumon. 3ii.', 7-10115.'.
Uruphopho.iu preferred, 3-lOJiso, i-lO'H
After tall National Savings and
Capital Tiactlon, 1M(134.
Half Million Saved
On Torpedo Boats
A saving of nearlv liein.ooo In building
six new torpedo boat destroyers, author
l7ed by Congress last spring, was
shown In bids opened today at the Navy
Department W'HMam Cramp & Sons,
of Philadelphia, were the low bidders
They offered to build three boats for
JSI3.00i each. A maximum construction
price of 1340,000 cue li was authorized by
Congress Seven bids were offered, no
noverninent navy )arrts competing. The
Navy Department had expected higher
prlies on account of the requirement of
obseivunce of tho elght-hour law In
Herrick to See Taft
About Rurad Credit
M) roll T Herrlclc, ambassador lo
l-'runce, will arrive In Washington early
next week, and will confer with Presi
dent Taft In the operation of rural credit
associations In Fiance Hhortlv afte..
vvuicl President Tnft will confer with a
number of govemois regaidlng uni
form State legislation looking towaid
elm establishment of co-operative' socie
ties, und Ambassadoi Herrick will be
piesent ut these! confeienccs.
Prcleiick I. Pox. of Waslngton. and
Helen M. Smith, of llvuttsv Hie, Md
Charles I. K'oons und Maude II Aiken,
both of Washington
I'redcrlck W I'alninri', ot Richmond,
Va and Prances L.. Sea, of 'l-'oril
THE TIMES DAILY SERIAL STORY.
W HO? BY ELIZABETH KENT
Author of "The House Opposite."
H'oliyrllht, 191;, frank
Synopsis of Preceding Ch&fters.
Cyril Crlchton. on hit ay back to 1m
don from rrance. where he has been
trarclilnc for Ills vvlte, wlie. has escsped
with a Ircnchmn troin an ssylum to
which shs had bn committed for In
ksnlty caused by drink and drugs, nar
rowly tul.ari the train at Newhavtn.
Pllnrlng blmielf on board, ha lands In
a compartment ix-cuplcd by a young wo
man heavily veiled. Hliorliy afterward a
poll initiccior comes In, and the girl In
terror ts Crlchton to protect her. This
he does by usilng her off as bis wife.
The girl becomes unconscious, and on ar
riving In lxmdon appears 10 be serlou.ly
III Crlchton has hrr i-i(t. till as bis
wife, to a private hoipltal Meinwhllo
Cyril's cousin, Lord Wllm.rsley, hss Uen
found inurdtrict In hl prlvsts swlmmlug
pool. lAdy Wllmerniey, whom the dead
man had kept virtually a prtsanor, !
mining, and Is stronKly suipected of the
rrlme. A maid whose sppearsneo wis
lhat of a lady la also mining from the
een of ths tragedy, la cbe girl In tli
train Lady WUmerslcy or tba mining
CHAPTER X. (Continued.)
O, Indeed; but tho clue now
lends away from Oeralton."
"Cluo? What clue?" Cyril
found It difficult to control
the tremor In his voice.
"No, Inched, but tho 1 lue now leads
away from Gerulton "
"Clue? What clue'f" Cyril found It
dlfllci.lt to control tho tremor In his
"If voti will excuse me, my lord, I
hod better keep my suppositions to my
seir till I am awn to veriiy inem -
The mull suspected him! Hut why?
What bad he. discovered? Cyril felt he
could not let him go before lie hud as
certained exactl what he had to f.-nr
It was so awful, thin lighting 111 the
"If ou have half an hour to spare,
coinu to my rooms They nro only a
few doors uwio " ...
Cirll was convinced that the Inspector
knew where he was stajlng und had
been lying In wait for him. but he
thought It best to pretend that he felt
Thank you. my loru
A few minutes later they were sitting 1
before a blazing fire, the Inspector pur-1
ling luxiirlmisl) at a cigar and sipping
r-n. elnw. In elmn n vlnss of WhlskV Slid
soda which Peter had rcluetuntlv pl.e. e-d
ut his . Ibow Pet. r. as he himself would
have put It. "did not bold with the po
lice'," and thought his muster was sadly
demeaning himself by friite niizlng with
u. member of that calling
"1 eiulti- understand voiir reluctance to
talk about 11 .use. ' said Cvrll reverting
at once to the subject he had In ml.nl.
but ns this one iiearl colli . rns m
family and conseeuentl mvself. 1 think
I have . right to vout . oiillde In e I am
most anxious to know what oii have
discovered This mvstcry Is weighing
gu me 1 asure ou uu can rel on
mv discretion ' ,
"Well, in) lord, its u bit unprofes
sional, but seeing Its vou. I don t mind
If I do Its the reporters I am af.ald
'1 shall not mention what you tell me
to urn erne except possibly to one
friend.' Cvrll hnslllv assured him.
Thank sou, my lord loll see, I mav
be all wrong, so I don't wunt to say
too murh till 1 can F.'r"!". '". V""....!
I understand that." sal' 1 v ill .ind
ibis clue that vou are- following what
It'-' He iniiulrt.l with breathless Im-
P"'TheCcnr. my lord, answered the 111--peuoi.
seining himself el.-.-p-l III HIM
chair while his ees begun to gleatll
wllh suppressed evellement
"You have found the wr In which
her lordship made '',r,,;''1,"'; . ,iut 1
"I don t know about mat ei. ouc 1
l,Br found tho car that flood "Mill"
f."..t of the Long lane on the night of
the murder "
::',.,-ma.r.k..1""', . ., ,v.nderf..i.
ro ;:i,ec. 7h.r.nspec, or w than attempt
t mixlestv but lie was e v denUv burst
lie w th prlcle In his achievement.
"How did ou do If What had vou
to go b- asked Cvrll wllh genuine
"IlK'm. sea.cb by trM.ig to llinl
out what cars hud been seen III i;
neighborhood of C.crult.m n the night
of the murder-bv neighborhood I me-cn
a radius of twenty miles I found, as I
"xnec'ed Ihnt half-past 11. not being u
favorite hour Mr motoring '"';"':
f he turnV. om lo b, ,,roperi of
gentlemen who had no diftlculty In
P ovlng that thev had .nl been u-ed
for perfectly legitimate purposes
"There remained, however, two cars
.ui.i. i rjic.il in uet a satlxfnctorj
ae'couni. One belongs to a Mr 1'ei.edlct
a voung man ho owns ii place about
n miles from C.ernlton and who seems
. ice stunt the evening motoring
wlldlv over tho cm.ntr) lie pretends
he hud no particular oujeci, unci " eic
s ii bit eiue.r It may be true The o her
car Is th. property of the landlord eif
the Red I Jon Inn. a ver) respectable)
hotel In Newlinven. I then sent two of
mv men to examine these curs and re
nor If either of Ihem had a new tire,
for the gardener's wlfo swore that the
cur she heard had hurst one Mr Rene,
diet's tires nil showed signs of vveur.
but tho Red Lion cur bus .1 brand-new
""'Ilruvo' That Ir a tine piece of work
ivh ihnt Is nothing," replied the In
spector, v.ilnly tr)lne to suppress .i
DM 5011 llnd anv further evidence
agnlnst tills lmtclkee per' What con
nection had he with thu castle" In
quired Cjrll. ,
"lit? knew Ionl Wllmirsley slightly,
but savs he has never even seen her
Hdysliip. And I urn Inclined to believe
"lii that case what part does he play
In this affair?"
"None, I fancy You see he keeps the
car for tho convenience of his guests
and on the day In eiiiestlou It hail leen
iclre'd bv two young Frenchmen, who
were out In It from 3 o'clock till mld-
rrciichmcn' Hut how could thev
have had nn) thing to do wllh the
"That remains to lo seen. So far nil
I have been able to find out about these
two men Is that the landed In New
haven ten dn)s before the murder. They
professe-d to be brothers, nnd called
iiinncccelieH Pierre and Paul Piiranit
They seemed to b. ainpl) provided with
money nmi wancio uio oesc me nocei
liad tn offer Pierre Durund uppenred
a decent sort of fellow, but tho vounger
one drank The waiters finrv that the
elder man used to remnns'rnie with
him occasionally, but the )oungster
paid vciy lllle attention tn him"
"You say the,' professed to b broth
ers. Why do )Oii doubt their relation
ship'"' "l'or one reason, the elder one did not
understand i word of Kngllsh, while
the younger one spoke It quite ensllv,
although will, n strong accent That Is,
ho spoke It with n strong accent when
he was sober but whim under the In
fluence of liquor this uccent disap
peared." , , ...
"And what has become of the pair'
"They left Newlnven the morning nf
c.e Hi., inorder Their elenarturc WHS
verv hurried, and the landlord Is surn
that tho dav beforo the) hud no In-
tcntion or leaving
"Where did thev go In'"
"They look the boat tn Dieppe, tho
porter saw them off"
"Have ou been able lo trne o tneni
"Not vet mv lord, but I have sent
one of mv men to trv und follow then;
up and I ha"e notiiieii ine loiitinencni
police to be on the lookout foi them
It h a pllv Hint thev luivn three daja
stmt of us "
"Hill as vnu have an acctuuto ele
scilptlon of both, 1 should lmaglno that
thev will soon be found "
"It's through the voting un the) '11 be
caught, If they arc caught."
A, M unify Compan).
"Whv? Is be deformed In anv way?
"No, inj lord, but they tell mo that
he Is abnormally small for n man of his
age. for hn must bo twenty-two or
twenty-three' nt the very least. Tho
landlord believes lb.it he Is a Jockey
who had got Into bud habits, and that
the elder ninn Is his trainer or backer.
Of course, ho may be right, but tho
waiters pooh-pooh tho Idea. They In
sist Hint the boy Is 11 gentleman born,
and servants lire pretty good Judges or
such things, though you mlglitn t think
It, mv lord." . .,
"I can nulto believe it." assented Cyril
"Rut then theru uro many gentleman
Jockeys." , , .
"fcn there ore. I only wish I had seen
the little fellow, for they all agree that
there was something about him which
would muko it Impossible for unvonn
who had once met him ever to forget
"That certainly Is 11 most unusual
"Ho It Is. my lord They also te-ll me
that If hla eves had not been so blood
shot, and If he had not looke-cl so elrawn
and hAggard. he'd have been an extraor
dinarily good-looking chup."
"Renlly7" , , .,
"Yes. It seems that he has large blue
eyes, it fine little nose, not 11 bit red ns
you would I'xpcct, and as pretty a
mouth as ever you'd ei'C. Ills hu'r Is
auburn, and he wears It rather long,
which I don't think he'd do If he were a
Jockey. llesldes. his skin Is as line 11s a
baby's, though Its color Is 11 giuv white
with only u spot uf red In tho mlddlu of
each cheek "
"He must be 11 queer-looking beggar!
"That's Just It That's why I think
we shall soon spot him"
"What did tho elder Durand look
"The ordinary type of Frenchman Ho
Is about twenty-eight years old, medium
height, anil Incl'md to be stout. He
bns dark hulr. a little thin at th" tem
ples; dark mustache, und dark eyes. Ills
feutures lire nondescript"
"On the night of thu murder ou say
tbev returned to thu hotel ut about
"Somewhere nrnunel then"
"Was their behavior III any way no
ticeable?" "The norter was so sleepy that he
ean't remember much about It He had
1111 Impression that they came In am. In
arm and went eiiileily upstairs"
"Tbev were alone' '
"Rut what dn vou think tbe had done
wllb l.iidv Wllmersley-"
Rut mv lend, vou didn't expert that
they would bring her to the hotel, did
vou'' If thev wie her friend their
first rare would l.e for her safe tv If
they were not well, we will have tee
look for another victim, that l all '
"You think that thero Is that possl-
IlllltV' lll'llllreel I'jrll ellKerlv
' I do 1.1V lolel " The Irisperlnr roe
potiele rou-lv t' Ills feet "1 mustn't keep
vou anv longer ll hesitated a mo
ment, evelng e'vrll clnillitfullv There
evdintl still some thing lie wished
evrll had also rlen to bis feet and
stool leunliii; i.Riilnst the mantleplece
lell wondering at the man's etnbar
"I trust her 1acl.Nhip bus emlto re.
enviTed'" the Inspector finally blurted
A t'ontlnnnllon of Tbla sfor. Will
Re I'emnel In 'leeneorrovv's
Issue elf '1 he 'I lilies.
Wholesale Produce Market
Euss V t't lee.n. w.b"4' louthcrn, 33u
e'heie Neve, lerk nc . II. rut
flutter ITIsIn print -s per it. lab, 23c
pfr lli . pns.M .'.iji
Live I'nullry Hens, lXc per lb : rooiters.
K per lb , lurkes, lcejlSc per lb , duck.
K'iKe per lb chickens Urse J6c per lb
medium. 1S71 lsr per Ih
f'Ttsied puiilir) -Turkey. nri2iV' per lb.,
)..n lLt16r per lb, ducki. 16UI70 per lb.
' hi ke lie ITlllse per lb
elreeM Pruitee e'allf .rnla oransei 1160 per
box lean ni. t&..uio per bnv. plne
siPles, per crate. 1:003.' SO, irlda glupa.
Unit s 'A p. r l x n.w upnles. II ttHl
1 M' per I.I I . in in h' II in
Meats lire iicd l.lghlxeight . ik. lli per
Ih hesvle? ICVii 1 1 per i.
V e se tallies I'ntiel s'l !jl nee l.n eel.
er 3.'c per doien. jams, 11 feiyl K per bbl ;
enl r,s. luj.V per erjte, ral.la.;e 75 iSlc per
100 ! leltnce. III. ,il jO per l-lekel , tieets
II ei'rl :0 per 10) l.un he. iUijih e. l.bl
seel p.it.,lcv. lllvulU per bbl. lima
tieuni. 1'. .r qt
C T lltNTPRe. bAMTARY IM'ST-MLI.-INci
FUiejIt OIL contains ellum and wax
Keeps the II iors i .an und brlsht nnd ulcs
them a t-e'llshed finish Ijisil f ,r jour fur
niture Trv It I." kll clcllvrird fse.1 bv
the r s liov t up 1 over 1 fumiiies for Jj
,.-u,e i ,... ei.. ii i r oi inn ii iurs
WATER BUGS ;-r-;jr-
Hurt ui Ktrulin Riaranivftl nr mm
rliHrfull rrnniii, 1 A I'INT lntlii'l
Intc a pnicticul pntcrit ,irHr Abiu
luti I) ("iorlcrtt Will tint frtuin I r 1 i loth
injt Ap-1 nmi' J'rcJto, ' thi'V a I iotif
AnttM itKntu mil i.f iiwri isilurhn ttrri
tor Wriin U r t nn t tli munufai turcJ
b (' T HL'N'MIH CO U I'a dve. N V
rivin" Main M'
eure c "iincitc.R in i r olllni: II iors
nines not Inuurr :ebnhitc nroiec.
1 loii In .iilcllllcni to this wi- offer
on thr inipeiiiiint B.ifoiriinril of
wn mi roi.iru:s rit-Mij on
forced eitec re-nami le. vvr hnve inorr
(linn III.IMlel elepeisllors.
SAVIi: ItV'li: eif lnlcre-sl eitelcl
on lieitli Inrue' nll.l cmnll iicicicmts.
National Sayings an J
Cor. lBIb -inel '. V. A.
TNew Tcrk Stock Eichana.
Msrabarsi wasnlngton Htock Kxchanga,
wasnmginn nocK i:xcnan
LChlcago Hoard of Trad.
fKiught snd sold on nmi
favorable tenna as ws orfsr
fsr trading In New York
stocks and bonds.
The Safest Investments
tliooe thit d not fluctuite during ills-
berl lon-lltlonn f the money or stock mar
ket rin,l tleed of tniBt notek (flrst mort-
guges) wlM nerurM nn r al estate In the
(ilstrht of i otuinlila otistituto "gilt tdge"
InviBlments 1 hv do nut depr-ml upon thu
tlnan LM vsponollilllty of liitllilu.il ot cor
poration, f r their -vtutiUltv and ai icinpt
from tatutl'.n a person tl propntv We can
supply Mi h Inveutnii nis In auinunts from
fjC0 upward bt rid for booklet. "Concerning
Iuhus nn I ItnrnlmentB "
SWARTZELL, RHEEM &
;.; is.ru s.tri.ut w.
LOCOMOTOR-ATAXIA. IHtlelllT'H DIM.
i:AHb Itheumallim, faralysli. Asthma.
I.isuinliln. und the Chronic Incurshls loo.
cbIIM) Dliesses ran be rfltEIJ WITHOUT
Mi;illl'INi; or HI'IKIICAI. OPKItATIOS
1HKIKI.1JT and IMNMl'l.TATION PUBIS.
I.AIIV Anlitnnt Hours, 10 s. In. to S 0 tn.
Hunddv. II to 1.
PROF" II S I) PAItKEll,
10J Sill l N W
Of every description, all ths
lattat patterns tn MsrbU, Tlla
or Wood, Kir. placet trimmings.
Cm Lsga, Orates, etc Banltary
and Decorttlvs Tiling. It.pilr
inc. EDWIN E. ELLETT, t
110) Ith st. N. W.
P1IONB N. 71M.
A IIOX OK IK.M.Y MAOIKON CANUY la
the gift that la sure tn please
7.0 11TII ST N. W. PlIONi: M. (134
LOST AND FOUND
I1ST ISetwern the 1'arrasut .n, Thomas!
in. 1." ,.,i.- ,ui imp-, weiee uivm mnj
sttrhd Reward If returmd to U2J Ver
LilT Neevemlier 17. amethyst rosary Mon
ro SI . 11 loth and Hth Return to API.
3. U"7 Monrew t N W Itewsnl
IJHT rrench pruedlc, mule, answers to ths
name "Hnl.ir " Adjrcla JJS R. I avs
N. W I'hone N. 477S.
IjOS'T Small mink neckpiece, last Monday.
II i: 1. i:VIH. care Ouldenberg's. 7th It K.
l)ST-Sat. ntght. watch fob. Initials " fj. I.
P ' laberal reward If returned to a. I. p..
I tin 111, ave N W, f
LOST Sunday, gitlel bracelet of round pieces
Reward If returned to Nu.MU PAYNE. 611
12th il N VV l
1X)ST lilac k isickftbook; largo handle, In
liupont Circle Friday night, containing
ph'jtui, card mie, illvor chanse. Return
MISS 11EALU 172 21st tt. N W Reward
ISiHT-Ilrlmlle Iioaton terrier
llhcKl Inland ave en eeillsr
POCND 10 uinbrellaa. 1 picture, 3 books. 4
.outs. 1 foolbsll. 1 set false teeth. 7 puck
Ages, 1 fur. I lenie. fi pair glnv'f. 1 pin, 1
Pie e cuff button, 4 pocket bejoks, 1 comb and
Lriueh 2 hand hags. 1 card caae. WAB1I
INfJTON TllltMINAI. CO I'NION STATION
liltooe'll Pearl brooch pin. diamond In cen
ter, In Wclnltv of St Paul's Church. lu
nar,! If returned to 1335 V st N. W.
I.ST- lllark water spaniel, two white spots,
one on neck, lug !CS3; answers to nsmo of
"lon " Liberal reward If returned to 600
7 it N W
OT?A 1 rF,I,ll Msgnetle Maisage. Face
jii 1 lUUl n, h(.alp Treatment
AM) ASSISTANT e)l II st nw . 2d lloor.
MII.I.INKH-Arllsllc. illli.h; home, out:
iiie.de tute, feathers cleaned, curled, dyed.
Hat frame s Main VMj lulej Eo it. N Vi
AUK : C lT MANIC 'PHINO AND
lll3. 1.AUV M'ALP TREATMENT.
T1S 7lh si N V . Apt 1 1'h Muln 7lii
MI-tH JAMlUtoN. manicure, tuc
mixI H'Bl tr-nlinfnl 1304 (J rt S W. 2i
lltrr fr 'lit 11 un Hum lu a. m. to 4 p m
Jll,' ' ijljl' Treatment S3ej N. Y
Vie 1.1 fleeir front Hours. !) to X, p m.
bll'K M'llrciNd of any kind, by eiperl
eree.l nurse or care r r Invalid 11U i:th
l N V I'hone .7 S :
I'AINTKlt rajHThaiiKer. plait rer. wioti
uork roin impt-rnl 12 W. painted W. 8.
noMillMT1 M V M H. V
W'ANTKD -lly reliable colored man. Job work
of uu kind. UJ4 Church at. .V. W
HELP WANTED FEMALE
CANVAbSlSItS Soxcral lady canvair on
rood proporHlon, at once; must b ars-
crcufhe und pLiud talkeri, salary to atari 17
fter wk. ulth see 1 lent opportunltlts for
mpruvement. Apply lloom 2.' I Munaey Uldg,
CilAT AND HKMtT IIANUri Thorouihly ex-(.-rlt
nti-il Apply JL'UL'S GAIU'INKMS
A. i O 13ih and P itv
nvIIEHS- Kxperlrnci! on eta.
fOf. 7th N W . It-torn U.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP
GIRLS16 TO 18 YEARS OF AGE
As Merchandise Inspectors and
lilKL for nut'ihritinc department,
at om.t 1...1 ti N v
OIUI Coturi'l, to wueth dlahff, 2 hours In
;mntf b.O till at N. V ,.
01UL-Ood for general houaework; smalt
lumiU . nu laundr T17 la. ae. N. V.
tJIHL for gem ral housework.
nn plaiv N W.
i03 Mt. Ver-
general houaework Apply 2S13
Willing, to do few hours'
m.' Km N W
UIKIj i o lor I'd, to u general housework; ref
erfiices. Apply No. Ithode Island ave
GlRh fur iitneral housework.
I 'ark road
noi .-i:Ki;urEii -tt:ei
ai pu :.j r.th t. n i:
i nn i.i.aun ui:ai't
r. t poKlll'iix MIKHOIt
UKAl TV IM Ml UK, Mi) I' t.
LIV--hPttld, for otTIco work, quick and
ac. urate wftn tltcurctt, tate ago and busl
nM I'xperleiut itOX M7, Tlrnw office.
M USE -Experienced Infants', settled wo
man; must hat rfirencea. 3313 16th at
.sAMe.JjI.AI'tV At film?, to astilsi during hoi
ha rub-h. rolling rhlncse and Japaaesa
art jk'"1m pplv16S!l ft N.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP.
In Various Departments.
VV.M rilKMI- vperlence-a,
cut' ilai eif every 10 da.
H Pr wmek
610 Hill N v
White, ut once 714 till , treat
LI US UAIITINKLE A
lain ana F sta
WOMAN Ml. l.lle-.eced, colored, ror rook and
Scncrul housework. Apply 717 12th st N.W
weiMAN llcspocittbln. colored, for general
lui'j.ework 19IS l,lh at N. W.
HELP WANTED MALE
, PA.MILY OP KOm ADULTS wish to
cmplxv an hII around servunt, the Vitus
in Mi-uini 'ii vr nn" tn Pingio I a re gone,
a littlr bev md the city llinliv. evcrv con-
veiiUnn i i omfin table loom fair kiru,
i ii ml ill ci' n i treatment, leferrnces required
-i"i.s i'OSTorncE nox w. wuhiiiKtnn.
AMilhTANT l:XAMIM:UH ne-edod In th. U.
8 Talent uftlre llvenlnir course aaalstlnu
In llio piiiarHllon lor Ine examination now
in pruire1 ut tho Culumbla bcliool nf l)ra(t
InE Aim coursca In DraftlnK and Engineer.
Inn htrt now CalcvloKuo on requet.
I'ol.r.MIHA bUIICIOI. Of UltAFTINU. Mc
ltchlen llldiT . clly
AU'rrilA IMIINTUII- Hrst rla.. nnna mhrr
nci'd .cipl I.All.Y'H KTl'DIO. HZi V at
WOODWARD & LOTHROP
BOYS 16 TO 18 YEARS OF AGE
For Office and Store Service.
HELH WAN I tU MALE
WOODWARIJ & IvOTRltOP
Require ths services of nois
IS to t years of age
Kor Their Delivery Horvlce
Apply before 10 a, m. to Superintendent
HOY Colored, for bsrbcr ihop- mint he iroo 1
shiner: 11 week 200 4(4 it ,N w , neur
UOY to deliver packages; with wheed An.
ply OPPBNHEIMKIl. too K at N w
UOY Colored, about H, to work In tore
mutt be able to ride wheel Apply ari.r
p in . 123 7lh it. N W. ..
IJOYR to work In rubber atamn ihop
ply at once, pjeiS U N. W
IIOY-C'nlortd. with blciclt
st N W. Room 12.
Apply DO; Ju,
COAT MAKHIIS-Thres flrat-ctan.
MAN. 11 F at. N. W.
DRIVERS-Esperlenced of feed or ntt.
wagons, must undriland the cars of mule,
and horses 1J3 14th at. N. w.
1 FURNITURE HAI.naMAN-Expcrltnd. Ap.
ply at on'. 713 1 N W .
week 942 Im ave
bar. wtgti J j D,r
BPECIAI, INDItCRMENT Is offersd e rood
reliable men to learn ths AU'IO UL'SINESS
It they will call at once.
NAT. AUTO COLLEGE,
tth snd O sts. N. V. Open until I p. m.
21M P itrct
TAILORS Thoroughly experienced, on wom
en cu.ii nvviv
JULIUS UARKINKLB & CO . 13th and F m
Apply 1111 7th se
TINNER With furnace experience COX 111
Times office a '
WANTED Partner. oung man preferrsd;
good market stand; established I vears, too
much builnee for one man. 4100. box 2M,
Times office j.
weit Colored. 1230 O street tonh-
YOfNO MAN wllh about two years' experl.
enee In the lawelry builneia. rnjd islirr
to rlsht party Apply at ones to C A MA.
IIORNE1. (17 U It N. W.. cjpitUrj. 2nd
flocir. Reeom 8 .
YOL'NCJ MAN to work on umbrellai. ever II
years. M A. URISWOULD. 411 Hth It ns.
Male and Female.
POBITIONB ON OUR LIST
For Pitman and Oregg atennrraphers. type
writers and bookkeepers. We furnish the
piMlllon snd quickly prepare you for It.
THE DRIM.EHY. 1100 N Y Ave
HOTEL. HELP for all departments
RL'ROESS HOTEL. AGENCY.
UH 101 h SI
FOR RENT ROOMS
II hT N V 4I- htcond floor lars-f, chr
ful front mom, dtnlnir room, kitchenette,
water, sua ranfe. hoi uater hat torch li
wt?k Thre conimunlcatlnir back rvmt.
Kime convenience;, 14, front and bik nm,
communlcAtlng. C.S 4th wt . IJ
O KT N W . 407 Nice front room ll
heatM. I h. k . reasonable
KVI3 ST N W . llSJ-Three rUtely furnlahM
rooms Btiond and thlrxl fluori htate-i rei-
mil ST N VV. VH-Two lonely reoms. .1
floor. C4mmunlcatlnc. adjtinlne bath sen
t lemon; with or without board
TII bT N E.. 722 Uxcfcdlnclv handtomt
two, thre. and four room flat ehcartlv
and completely furnUhed for houekpln,
cr reaaonable 1
XOTII ST N V . 1107-Second itorv room.
handiuinel furnished heated, bath, con
tinuous hwt water, gentlemen, reasonable
SND ST , 13 tKcond flK-r front bed room, SI
month, (Ine, new hoi?, near War Dent
11 KT N W.. 6.: One large furnished front
room, alao bed room and kitchen, 1 h. k ;
1ST KT N V . 735 Two bright fumtthed
rooma for I h k , heat: gaa. 115 month
VERMONT AVD N W. 1K4-Nely fur
nljilied rooms, alnele or en suite, alaa
bachelor quarter, excellent table board
II HT. N W.. 9i8-FurnUhed room from 11 S3
up. well heated, hot water.
6TH BT, S E , IL'7 Two front rooms. fur
nUhed complete for housekeeping, hi
water heat. sink.
11 8T N W . MT Nice sunny Snd floor front
room, al 3rd floor front, steam heat
UTII ST N W . (-Nlcely furnished brtuht
room, elennt board; good location, prlvat
family. N R HUPPMAN
EYE hT. N . 1115 Thre large bright
rooms, reasonable, convenient location '
M 8T N. V , 31-Furnlshed room with net
water hf-at, convenient to 3 cat lines
UTH ST N. W. ilT-Mcely furnished rooini;
steam heat end bath -
HTH bT N V 3112 Pour rooms ano bath;
Snd floor, 121 60, heat furnished
O HT. N. W , 417-ltooms. second floor heat
gas, bath, als) front room, gentlucen cr
II ST. SIS Nicely furnlevhed rooms; hot watr
heat, gas, southern exposure.
It. I. AVE. N. W
711 Two furnished rooms
XST1I HT N. W, 7H-Ilooma and board, twa
In room, 4S up 1
P ST N W.
:1SS-Large, bright and well
on cur line, ivnns reason
EYE HT N W :031 Lorce front room,
southern exposure, nicely furnished, ult
nble lor two or more, also three rooms, flt:
10TII ST. S. E.t 773 Two nicely furnished
rooms, with prlvato family, reasonable
O BT N V , 413 Two second floor flats,
furnished, all conveniences, light hcjif
keeping, front room, suitable for gentKiLen;
other desirable rooms !
V , 1300 One nicely furnished
NEWTON HT. N. W 14Il-Pront room, new
home, no other roomers, gentleman
TH HT N. V'.t 131-Large front room he.it,
gaa. suitable for gentUmen '
N HT N. W. 1414 -Three beautifully light J
rooms, restlul bme. 110, $1). !
MAbH. AVE. N. W.. 631-Nlcelv furnishil
front rooms; plenty heat; all convemen,ts
FOR RENT ROOMS
11TII bT N
W fcCV- ls.srge bay wind i
,'d floor bath, heat, and gta
N V., (.35 Two large unfurntfchel
ps rlor floor . f t I h k ruastn
MASS AVE N. V 4 Two Urg. unfui
nlshel rooms for light hout keeping. il
SOUTH CAlITOI HT , 316-Thre rooms nd
bath, range, w ater, houskecplng n.
Capitol. V car lines, JU
FOR RENT ROOMS
Furnished oi Unfurnished.
it) HT N W 62J--T torso iserl.ir ro
for I h K . furnac. heat ass f- r conkint
norclteln lialh furnished or unfurnlshoi
TII HT N W, ITltt Tveci nice lurnlshcd
unfurnished rooms for one or lv.c men '
1STH HT, .439-KurnUchesl or unrurnisliol
front und back communicating rooms, sin
Fie or on suite. rrfereiKs exchanged !
ROOMS AND BOARD
L bT N W )$ Nlcelv furnished li-ri
room with "ard aouthern fP,urX.
II HT N W C07Two nlre clean rirtin?
Altli porch, hot und cold water, good tosru
V ST N, W fill Well heated front roo.n.
breakfast and Ulnntr. two gentlemen, t bl
WANTED ROOMS & BOARD
WANTKU Hv a ( 'iiple with i MM during
fcx-bslon of Congress, two furnished rooms
(one front roonit and bath, with or wlthouf
table tmarrt location neur Capitol r Housu
nrnv Hulidinr DfLltrred AdJreu l it t .
' Times office,