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HE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
HETTY GREEN GOES
fO HER DESK ON
Gives Out Some Advice on
JHow to Live to
, Ripe Age.
NEW YOnK, Nov. 21 -If you want to
ltvo to a ripe, liappv ulJ ugc, and Inci
dentally to accumulato real money, oat
baked onions. Tliey arc good for the
complexion, for the liver, and to give
you a disposition u hereby ou can beat
the money sharks at tlielr own game.
Ilotty (Jri'cn suvs so, and she tvii
seventy-eight years old today. She has
lonir been known as the richest woman
In the world, and Wall Street nays she
ought to know wliut she la talking
Although today uas her birthday,
lira. Qreen was at lui cieak In the
offices sue shares nltli her son, Col.
Edward It. It. (Irecn, at 111 Uroadwuy,
ns usual, llulncns In ready money
Mrs. Qreen loans large sums of It to
bankers and brokers who need It and ;
nave the collateral to picue is goou
Just now, and slio uas not taking any
time oft ut present. She brought with
her the bag of baked onions that sho
always hue at hand and from tlmo to
time nibbled at one
"Most peoplt don t like tho smell of
onions," she tald, "but 1 find that they
destroy nil disease Kermt. and I have
not been really 111 In sears. And tho
onions that 1 iat arc responsible."
Mrs. Ureen declared that while she
did not cxpoct to lite to be 100, aha did
expect to live a doien ears more, tiho
also took Issue with the statement pop
ularly credited to Andrew Carnegie
that It would be a dlsgiaie to die rlcn.
"On the contrnrj," slid MrB. Oicen,
"I think that It would be a credit. It
all depends on whut ono does with
wealth, I belleo In dolni; good, and I
have mv own was of doing good. 1
thought that lending money to churches
at 2 per cent was .t good way. AH
churches are good 1 would not slve a
cent for a person who did not have, re
ligion. "I have never hurt a poor person. It
Is only the wealthy crank that thinks he
Is entitled to somt thing for nothing that
1 have fought I nevir had a crank
bother me. Mabe the think I am as
big o crunk as they arc, and so belong
to tho union Therefore, they leave me
"One thing I know, and that Is that
In the next world there will be no law.
ers nnd courts and nothing to make
one angry 'jr lose their temper."
Other Noted Persons
Miss Mary Johnston, the Illchmond
novelist. Is celebrating hor forty-second
birthday, and Julius Chambers, the nov
elist and satirist of New York society,
la sixty-two years old. Charles A.
Towne, former United Stutes Senator
from Minnesota, has reached his titty
fourth year, and Krederlik Weycrhous
er, the "lumber king " Is seventy-eight
years old. Tho Ilev. 8. M. Newman, tho
new president of Howard Unlverslt, Is
celebrating hli slxts -seventh birthday,
and Congressman K. F Sweet, of Michi
gan, Is now sixty-live jeurs old.
FOR SOUTH DAKOTAN
Congressman Burke Heads Dele
gation Here in Interest of Land
Boomer Under Sentence.
Congressman Burke of South Dakota;
Doane Iloblnson, Htate historian, and
Frank Crane, clerk of the State su
preme court, cnlled on President Taft
yesterday to stck commutation of the
sentence against Charles L. Hyde, of
Pierre, 3. D. llde wai convicted of
using the malls for fradultnt purposes,
and was fined 15 000 and sentenced to
spend fifteen months In the l'oderul
prison at Port I.euvi nvvortu. Hyde Is
wealthy, and the fine, was negligible,
but the prison sentence oroved to be a
serious matter I In haH not yet begun
to serve his sentence, tho case having
The South Uakotans presented a pe
tition for a commutation of Hyde's
sentence, signed by several State of
ficers and tho members of the ury
which convicted him. The President re
ferretl tho petitioners to Attorney Gen
eral Wlckersham, who will investigate
Hyde was a real estate boomer. On
his letterheads he used pictures of sev
eral prosperous business and educa
tional Institutions which, at the tlmo
of the advertisement are said to have
been defunct, llvde's friends regard
the sentence ns excessive.
NIECE OF WILSON
TALKS ON FAMILY
Says Uncle Woodrow and Aunt
The question of companionship and
reciprocal tAlirunce Is the most vital
of our modern life," sas .Mrs. Wilson
Howe, a niece by marriage of the President-elect,
who will spend the winter
here. Mrs. Howe was a Ming Peyton, of
Virginia, Is petite, and very fair.
A woman should not bo a "blue
stocking," Mrs Howe sajs, but should
constitute herself a companion for hei
husband and Instria t heist If in all that
interests him In biislmss or othir lines
"Both Undo Woodrow und Aunt
Eleanoi are keen students of human
nature," she assats, 'Wealth, with all
Its pomp nnd rlrcumstniuo, does not Im
press them. Thej take the measure of
people as human beiri fur what they
arc. and I feel euro will pick out their
own associates during their term In
the Whlto House "
Vincent Astor Joins
Good Roads Society
Vincent Astor, the heir to tho Astor
millions, has Joined the American High
way Association, as an evidence of his
Interest In tho good roads movement.
Only a few ilnjs after ho reached his
majority he dUpaUhcd a letter to tho
officers of tho association In this city,
commending their work, and asking
that ho bo permitted to co-operato with
There are now moro than 1,700 leading
citizens members pf the organization,
including President Taft, Andrew Car
negie. Thomas Nelson Page. V. A. Van
derllp. and William O. McAdoo.
IRE IRE ACTIVE
AI STEADY PRICES
Investors Taking Capital
Traction at Higher Fig
ures Gas Lower.
Aa compared with recent unusually
dull do)s there was a decided Increase
In tho volume of trading on tho local
security market. A number of brokers
seemed to have orders that they wore
unable to execute, especially In bond Is
sues, which were held strongly.
Investors were picking up Capital
Traction shares In small lots and the
price onco more advanced to 1-IMr and
L!-H, better than a point rise.
Hallway and Electric shares continue
extremely slow. The preferred sold at
Si. The common uas nominal at 48
bid and V0 asked, insiders are out ana
no ono else cares to do anything until
the uncertainty over the cntlro matter
of Utilities' plana have been dually set
tled. The lurgest sale of tho day was one
of 100 shares Washington Qas, moro
than the aggregate of business In the
earlier days of tho week This stock
sold buer 00 das, and at 8GVi. Indicat
ing an taster tono than bus been Bhown
In this stock for many days.
National Savings and Trust shares,
high priced and not frequently showing
on tho record of the day's business, sold
to the extent of 43 shares at H.
Bonds were preferred In tho bidding
operations and u number of smaller lots
were unfilled, rotomac uonsoiiuateu
6'b, which have weakened only on the
connection of tho company with the
"merger" proposition, recovered H point
Washington Railway 4's sold at 84,
and Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone
B's at 104H
Capital Traction 5's were wanted at
110 n 11014, with none offered under 111.
Tho bid and asked prlco for George
town Gua are becoming further and
further apart. The best bid today was
b'H and the asked price remained at 1J.
Negotiations for the sale of the
minority holdings are said to havo been
Members of tho Investment DankerV
Association of America will hold thilr
first annual convention In New York
today and tomorrow. The association
which was organized only last August,
already Includes virtually all of tho
f prominent Investment banking houses
n tho United States and several Inter
national houses Tho delegates will
register at headquarters In the Waldorf-Astoria
Hotel Thursday. That
evening the board of governors will
meet for executive work. After that
there will be an Informal dinner.
The convention proper will be called
to order at 10 a. m. Friday by George II.
Caldwell, the presidont, who will de
liver his annual address. Other nd
dresscs will be made by Warren S.
Hayden of Cleveland on "Blue Sky
I.aws and Their Relation to Investment
Hankers," and by ltobert R. Reed of
New York city on "Uniformity in Mu
nicipal Bond Legislation." Utter thero
will be reports by the secretary, Fred
erick II Kenton, and the treasurer, C.
T. Williams There will also be dis
cussion of amendments to the constitu
tion and b)-laws and suggestions to tho
various committees as to tho work they
are to take up
Friday cvenlne there will bo tho ban
quet at the Waldorf-Astoria, where ap
proximately M0 delegates and guests
will bo seated. Following the banquet
addresses will be made by Frank Trum
bell, chairman of the board of the Chesa
peake and Ohio railway and by Oswald
Garrison Vlllard of the New York
Kvenlng Post. Ills subject will be "The
Relation of the Press to the Investment
Hankers " L II. Franklin will act as
Bid and Asked on
IT S Iteg 2's
IT. S. Coupon 2's
V. H IK' 3n
V. S Coupon 3's
V. S. Reg. 4's
U. 8. Coupon 4's t. .
Georgetown Gas 5s
Washington Oas C's
.. loo'i 101 H
.. 10J. i-,
. 102'i 1(84
. 113. 114
.. IWl, HI ft
Capital Traction R It. 5a..., 110
city u suuuroun os
( olumhW R. R. 6's
Columbia R. It. 6's
Metropolitan R It 5's
Wash. Ry. & Klec. 4's ....
Wash. Alex & Mt. V. C's
Potomac EIcc. Cons. Cb 100V4 101
Potomac Klec Lt. 5s
C. & P Telcphono 6's
Amer. Tel. A Telga. 4 ,
Wash. Market 6's, 1927 ,
Wash. Market 6's, 1947
W M. Cold Storage 6's
N & W. Steamboat 6's..
Itlggs Itealtv 6 s (long) l"l
Rlggs Realty 6's (short)..
PL14LIC U1JL1TY ti'ful
Capital Traction 123V4 125
Wash Rv & Elec. com..
Wash Ry. & Klec, pf.
Wash. Va. Ry. com.
N A W. Steamboat
Washington Gas 8r
Georgetown Gas 83
KiiHtnrn I.lirht v Fuel 121
Amer. Tel. & Telga 141
TYPR MA'rVR STOCKS
Mergcnthalcr Linotype 221
Lanston Monotpe 91V4
NATIONAL lSAPilv. HTUUKB.
American Nat Bank 175 1S5
Capital Nat Bank 220
Columbia Nat. Bank 250 2C8
Commercial Nat. Bank 2ffi 210
District Nat Bunk 1(1 150
Far. A Mcch Nat Hank. .. . 2.15
mrnin National Bank 15U
Metropolitan Nat. Bank 209
Itlggs Nat. Bank SM)
Second Nat. Bank 160
Nat. Bank of Wash 251
' n.i,eoT rnMPANY RTnrMfH
Amer See & Trust. . 303 .
National Sav A Trust M 270
l'nlon Trust . PN 141
Wash Loan A Trust 230 250
United States Tnnt, 1(0 1(3
SAVINGS IIXN'U STOCKS.
Citizens' Having Bank 20
Homo Savlngb 325
'. men Savings 2(3 ...
Bank of Com. & Pav 12V4 17
EBt Wash. Sav. Bank 16 17
t'l 'S'.si V : STOCKS.
Aillngton 1'Ire Insurance 14 21
oicuuti i'lre Insuiaite , 80
Firemen's Fire Insurance .... 19V4 23
Franklin Tire Insurance ji
Ger. Amer Fire Ins 260
Nat Union File Ins 7H .,
Potomac Fire Insurance 30
TITIiK INSURANCE STOCKS.
Columbia Title Insuranco ... 6V4
l.cal testate Title Ins .. .. 15
Chapin SackswV..." 160 220
I). C Paper Mfg. Co 135 ...
Grapho. com 63 50
Grapho, pfd 75 83
Merch. Trans A Storage 106 12.1
Security Storago 210 225
Washington Market Vh ...
Shorts Cover on Signs of Day
NEW YORK STOCKS VERY STRONG,
WITH SHORTS COVERING.
NEWS OF DAY.
NKW YORK, Nov. 2t.-Immf.dln.tely
on tho opening the list icavo evidences
of strength. The moro satisfactory ap
pearance of matters in Europe, an
nouncement of (750,000 gold engaged for
Import and the generally heavy over
sold conditions of the leaders, all added
tn tho strength of the undertone.
Tho engagement of gold for Import
was not considered as tho beginning of
the resumption of the gold movement
this way. Exchange firmed up after the
There were unmistakable evidences of
big Interests In tho city being engaged
In Important financial operations. This
led tho nlio Judges to look for firmer
prices and a good market that the en
terprises might not be handicapped by
a poor market,
Tho 110,000,000 New York, New Haven
and Hartford 5 per cent notes having
ono year to run were disposed of In
short order by J. P. Morgan & Co , Na
tional City and First National Banks,
tho orders exceeding the aggregate of
Tho bears havo been frightened In
Steel and forcd bv Judgment to stop.
With G,OuO,000 tons of now buidness on
the books for 1913, up to date, It does
not look like an expressly desirable
stock for bear operations. A shortJ
operation might Le expected to result
In a permanent Investment of funds.
Fro-n Vienna came satisfactory news
to ndd to the feeling that stocks havo
a firm foundation. The Austrian gov
ernment Is, apparently, less disposed to
ant Independently In Balkan matters.
llostn houses wero buying Copper, and
the tip was freely circulated that It was
Today s New York
Quotations furnished tr W. D. Itlbb.
hsnge. Wsshlngron Stock Exchange, and
Amal. Copper 8St
Am. Beet Sugar com, SO
Am. Can. com 42
Am. Can. pfd I23H
Am. C. & Fdy, com eoVs
Am, Cot, Oil com W
Am. Loco, com 47ft
Am Smelt & Ref.com 80V4
Am Smelt & Ref. pfd.lOdW
Ara Sug.ic Hereon. ...121
Am. Woolen pfd fOH
Anaconda Copper lilt,
California Oil com... 64 Vi
California Oil pfd.... P1V
Cent. Leather cam.... 30
Colo. Fuel & Iron 37
Corn Prod. Ref..com. 16V
Corn Prod. Ref.,pfd.. 78
Con. Gas, N. T 1131s
Distillers Security.... 27)4
General Electric 18JVi
Great North. Ore 46V
National Lead, com.. 61H
Mexican Petroleum.. 61
Pao Mall Strap 3flV
Peoples Gas of Chi... 115U
Pres. S. Car, com.. 3?
Rep. I. S. com Ss
Re. I. & 8 , pfd EOVi
Tenn. Copper 40U
U.S.Rubber, com COS
U.S. Rubber pfd 109
U.S. Steel, com 71H
U.S. Steel, pfd 112
Low, p m. Closfc
641 M I MH
41H 4IHI 41
123tt 123H 1 122
OOVii tJOVtl WH
MVi fcsHI MM
47U 47HI 46H
JOH MVi I 7Vi
I06H lOtiW 1 106
121 121 1 120H
KM MHI 78H
C4 I 62H
Silt oim P1H
2S1. 2Wtl MVi
37 37 I 36
UVi 1CHI 1W
78H 7BV 78
H2U 143H 1 142
27 27. I 24
IS2H lBSVi 1 162
40H 46HI 46
60H 01HI 03
M U It3h
Mi, 36 I 34.
HSVi HSU I HSVi
37 874 I 374
28 I 2?Vi
(OH I 40H
109 1 107t4
74U 7&Vil 74Vt
iiih 113 mm
60H t4m iov
46S 4M 44Vi
78H 78V4I 78
ISVi I2HI Wtt
Utah Copper (4Vi
Va. Car. Chem , con Wt
West. Union Tel 78
Wesfboue. Elec. 11 82tt
Sales Today On
Ily. A Chicago,
Mr?nthn1er. M?224W 10225.
National Savings and trust, 10ff26.":
lOiiStJ, W'l2, 32US
I After cull Washington Gas, lOOJjCH
, Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone
Potomac Ooii'oltdated 5's, II.OOOOTCOV
Washington Railway and Electric 4's,
Uraphophone preferred, 3!"3.
1 street northwtit, between Fourteenth and
Fifteenth streets and It Mreet northwest,
between Twelfth na Thirteenth treet
Ernest P. Chamber! et ux. lo George I)
Horning, all Interest In lot 0, square 209,
and lots 13, 1(, 16, square 276, 13.
Kenllworth Allen W. Mallery et al , trus
tees, to William A. Crali, lots 12 and 13,
square 5171, 110
retworth Thrift nulhllng rompany to Esther
V Hall, lot s. sqo&ro 1131, 110
Kenltworth Allen VV Mallery. trustee, to
William A (.'rain, lot 21, block 11, 410
31 Eleventh street. southeoatMlchael A
Lynch et si lo Ferdinand and Katharlna
lAmhreeht, part original lot, 4, square H
of 9i0, 110
525 Plxth street northwest W. E. Lester,
trustee, to Mary J Kdwardv part original
lots 7 and . squaro 418. 14,150
Connecticut Avenue Hllhlsmts Connecticut
Avenue Hlshlands Company to John J
Quill, lots 1 anil ?0. squaro 201;, J10. Same
to same, lot IK, squaro 2063, 10.
Said's Addltlon-ltoy M Hickman et ux to
Horace O Kmlthr, lot 31 square 2803. 110
Harry Karm Hylvia M Phillips to John 1L
1'hUllpk, lot is, square M41, 110
Relief to Balkans.
The American Red Cross here esterday
cabled $7,000 for the relief of the
wounded In the Balkan war, In Turkey,
Servla, and Hulguria.
Included In this sum was 15,000 from
John D. Rotkefellcr, who sent his per
sonal check for that amount to head
quurtera hero today.
FIGURE THE DIFFERENCE
between what you receive in the way of discounts and what
you pay the bank in interest.
It represents an added profit, without additional labor,
and improves your credit standing with those from whom
Whether your business is large or small, it is to your
ndvantage to take the benefit of every discount allowed.
You can borrow the money from this bank if you have
business ability and satisfactory financial standing.
THE COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK
14th and G Streets N. W.
bound for 80 A nool Is operating In
Brooklyn Rapid Transit,
Ono of tho features of today's mar
ket was the number of strong spots
developed throughout the list In
quarters where action Is not usually
Important. This warn evidenced by
the strength In Hoo Line, 2 ',4 gain;
by Purine Mall with IVi Rain to 38;
UtAh Copper a point, and Beet Sugar
Hi points higher.
Of the older stocks on the lift Rub
ber, Atchison, Canadian Pacific, Read
ing, Union Pacific, and Steel were the
leaders, with Copper and Smelting
About of a point covered tho ad
vances. The secondary line of rails, Mis
souri Pailflc, Northern Pacini, South
ern Pacific, Frisco seconds, gains
averaged '4 point
October earnings at hnnd are en
couraging. Lehigh Valley showed a
total revenuo Increase of $432,162, ac
quired with an operating expense In
crease of 1137,166.
The Ohio Oil Company has declared Its
fourth dividend of the year, J1.25 share,
on a 6 per ocnt basis.
Tho ginning report of the Census
Bureau showed 10,231,431 bales.
The Bank of England bank rate re
mained unchanged. London prices for
Americans started well, and gave the
Incentive for our own opening. This Is
understood to reOcct better feeling In
the possibilities of the peace of Kuropo.
Wall Stmet admits that It hears tho
denial of .Mr, Ilrjan of tho report that
he had been requested to go Into tho
Cablnot with distinct relief.
The banks havo lost 33,005,000 to the
Treasury Department during the week.
Stock Exchange Prices
Ce, numbers of w Terk Stock Ks-
CMcun Hoara of Treaty, lltbbe nullalaa.
107W I I07H
83 I 4
207Vi I 2064
81 I ton
115V. 1 1144
UK I 18V.
138Vi 1 138
34 I 39H
3(14 1 K'i
53 I MV4
138H 1 137S
27V. I 23
174V. I I74H
146 1 146i
23V. I 27VI
142V4 I 140
1144 1 114V4
125 I 124V4
123V4 1 123H
t72i 1 17IH
254 I 25H
31V. I D0V.
111'. I 111V.
23S I 24
I72H 1 172V4
4Vi I 4
55 I 54V4
At T. A a Fe.. comloSH I07H
Atlantic Coast Line.. IM 133
Bat. & Ohio, com....io;s 1004
Brook. Rap. Tran... 03 01S
Canadian Pacific 2C8Vi 207
Ches. ft phlo eivi 81
Chi. M. A flt P., coniS'i 115
Chi. ft a. W.. com... IBVi ISVi
ChL A N. W.. com. 38Vi I38V4
Col. A South com 38 38
Erie, com 34 S4H
Erie. 1st pfd 52 MVt
Erie. 2d pfa 43V. 43V4
O. North, pfd 1S8H I38W
Inter. Met., com 20Vi 20
Inter. Met, pfd..
Kan. C. a. com.
Kans. C. S. pfd...
L. ft Nash
M. K. T. com
. 604 MVi
.. 28Vi 274
. 146V4 146
. 28U 27H
M S P A S B M. condUlt 14114
Missouri Paclo 431 424
N. T. Cent Hud. R..U5V, 1144
N. T Ont. A West... S4Vs 34H
Northern Pacific 125 124Vi
Norfolk A Western.. J16 116
Rock Island com,...
St UAS 2d. pfd....
South. Pac com...,.
. J1V. D0V,
South. RalL com H 29t
Texas A Pacific
Union Pac. com
. 23H 23H
. 4V. 4V
. 55 55
Atch. Convert 4's.,
B.R.T. Con. 4's
CB. A Q. Joint 4's..
Int Metro. 4Vi'a
Pa. Con. iVi's 1915 ...
Sou. Ry. 5's
U. Pac. Con. fs....
U.S. Steel 2d 5's....
..10544 105 105i 1 105H
..(2V4 91V. 82V4I (O.
.. K. 85H Kfo I tv,S
.. 81 10'. I, 81 I 61
... W4 CO. 1 MH
..106 100 103 I 100V4
..102V. l02Vi I02V4 I 102
. 10P.4 101 '4 10114 1 101
Wholesale Froduce Market
Hues ?earty fresh. 36j3Sc, southern. 23tf
Cheese New Tork, new, 20c lb ; flat,
Uutter Klsln print, 15c per lb ; tub, 13c
per lb ; process, ;vvvc.
Live Poultry Hens. 12c lb : roosters. 9c
per lb ; turkeys. lSUISc per lb . ducki. 11JT
He per lb ; chickens, laree, He, nudlum,
US lie per lb
Dressed Poullrs Turkeys. 20222c per lb :
he-is. 13fHc per lb : ducks, HiilTc per lb :
chlekens, ltttllo per lb
Oreei I"rullr-California orannes. II 50 per
box, lemons. 16 25414 to per box: pine
apples, per crats, 12 WVZ 50, Florida grape
fruit, H 50 per box, new apples, tl 503
1 SO per bb) ; peaches II 50
Meats DressedLightweight pork. lOdflOVtC
lb , heavier, K9UC per lb
Vegetables Potatoes, sue per bu.: celerj. JJc
per dozen, lams. II togtl 25 per bbl., onions.
l&a per crate, cabbaco, 75Q40C Ier 100 lbs.;
lettuce. II COl 50 per bosket; beets, Jl.CO'i
20 per 100 hunches, squash, 75c bLI , swe-H
potatoes, II 0031 20 per bbl.; lima beevno, 15c
Bakhmeteff Sees Knox
About Passport Pact
Ambassador Bakhmeteff, of Russia,
conferred with Secretary of State Knox
esterday afternoon, and It Is believed
that further progress was made toward
an agreement where existing trade rela
tions between the two countries will be
maintained after the passport treaty,
condemned last December, goes out of
existence January 1, 1913. Frequent con
ferences are anticipated during the next
two weeks, as the existing treaty has
only about six weeks moro lease on 1'fe.
There are numerous other trade agree
ments and treaties existing between the
two countries Tho chief concern now
Is to maintain tho other treaties In
fnrco pending tho negotiation of a new
THE DANK OF PERSONAL SERVICE
TARGET FOR KNIFE
THROWN By WIFE,
Edward Dudley, of Philadel
phia, Declares He Was
NEW YOnK, Nov. H.-Edward Dud
ley, a millionaire of Philadelphia, yes
terday In the hearing of his divorce
suit beforo Eugene Stevenson, vice
chancellor, in Jersey City, testified his
wife once threw a carving knife ait him,
and that she frequently called him vile
Crowds filled the courtroom and list
ened Intently as the gray-haired mil
lionaire told of his life with Mrs. Dud
ley In their country estate. Tho
Orange, near Camden, was one con
John S. Stockton, who once was a
butler In The Orange, also told of fre
quent quarrels there, saying Mrs. Dud
ley spoke In an "uncanny" manner to
The third witness of the day, Oeorge
Dawrence, of Bristol, Ia , said ho railed
on Tho Orange to sell goads and heard
Mrs. Dudley speak harshly to her hus
band. Before the trial Is nnlshod msny wit
nesses will be heard. Among them are
hotel clerks, waiters, bellboys, and
Dudley Was on the witness stand In
tho morning and afternoon yesterday.
Occasionally he laughed when telling of
a ludicrous Incident In his married life.
In im Dudley married Marie Mullock,
of Camden. After many quarrels they
separated In 1905. Several ears later
Ho sued for a dlorce. In a counter
suit she named Mrs Elizabeth Vander
poel, a rich widow or Haugertles. Also,
she sued Mrs. Vanderpoel for $100,000,
but that action was dismissed.
gtiitPUifl noon ooo
nrKoimrpw tiviett luonatya
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customers and invites con
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Checks, Letters of Credit,
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BUYS and sells Foreign
Exchange at current rates.
Surplus and undivided profits
ing a Trust Es
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will it's always advisable to
name a dependable trust com
pany as co-trustee
with some member of your fam
ily, a confldenUal friend or lawyer.
UF This company Invites ap
pointment under wilts.
The Washington Loan &
Cor. 9th and F Sts.
JOHN JOY EDSON. President.
The Safest Investments
Are Uios that do not fluctuats during dis
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ku First dsed or trust notes f first mort
cssssj), well secured on real estate In the
District of Columbia, coustltute "allt-edx"
Investments. They do not depend upon the
nnsnclsj yMponslblllty of individuals or cor
porations ror their stability, and are exempt
from taxation aa oereonal orODertv. W jin
.supply such Investments tn amounts from
kw upwaru sena lor nooxiei. "ittncerninc
Loans and Investments."
SWARTZELL, RHEEM &
m KTII STItEET N. W.
lou Will Oet a Correctly Fitted
(Uses and Kor Iss Money bv
Calling on Our EYE SPECIALIST.
No rhargs for Consultation.
Children's Eyes a Specialty.
Hours: 10 to 4
CHRISTIANI DRUG CO.,
120 Dili Street N. W.
NOTI1INO m pleases aa a box of toothsome
DOLI Y MADIbON CANDY Fresh every
day 7il) Hth st N W. I'lionn M 4111
LOCOMOTOII-ATAXIA. nUIOHT'S DIB.
EASE. Itheumatlsm, rarahsls. Asthma,
Insomnia, and the Chronic Incurable (so.
called) Dlnase. can be CUI1ED WITHOUT
MEDICINE o- SimOICAL OPERATION
UOOK1.E1 snd CONSULTATION KHEE
LADY Assistant Hours, 10 a. m. to t p m
Sunday, 11 to 1
1'nor ii n d. rAitKEit,
1023 th st N W
MADAM B, V KUHTZ, Furrier Fura
teamed and remodeled, amall muffa made
large, pluah coat ateamlna a poclaltj All
work guaranteed 1715 7th at N W !
ROW ABOUT DIRTT W1NDOWU!
a.J VV tvhlta Help. Moderate Prices.
LEON L CAHOON, Acme Window Cleaning
Co.. Kl O at. X. W. Phon. M. 7141. -
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Tuesday sftsrnoon, la Woodward and
ljthrop's or Kahn's Jewelry store, black
change purse containing two ledr's rlnts and
the loos storm setting of ono ring! "Welter"
engraved Inside ring. Buluble reward, (11
C st. B. K. 1
IA)8T-Oold watch and pin, between Wood
mont, Md., and Chevy Chan Club, on Bun
day morning: Initials H. V. on back Mitral
reward If returned to MltB. J, V,1UHN,
Wuodmont. Md. .
liOSTOn Chlllum road, tall cats from aute;
1). C. and Mil., numbers .attached. He
ward If returned to MIL.LEII, (10 10th st.
LOST Ileward offered for crescent pearl pin
attached to arecn velvet tie! lost Tuesday
on Columbia Heights. Apply 14S ylrard st.
IXrHT Small aoid watch, between 1141 Fair
mont and Hunnlmton Apartment House.
Ileward for return to 2701 Hth st 1..
UJBT-On Anacostla car or 1th St., locket
and chain! pictures In locket 1 monorram
II. 1. Ileward and car fare at MIIH. 11. II.
CAIVnoILS, 1th St., Congress Heights, V. C.
Ij06T Oold snake earrlne with smalt leaf
at top. Ileward, Mfltf B.lllHit
IAIST Whits bull dog, flea bitten spots on
back! female. Uberal reward. Q, W,
riNDLBY. IMi list. St. N. W. 1..
IvOST-Ulamond ring. 1(4 karat. Saturday
afternoon going from JOth and M st. N, w.
to Harm's Htore. Ileward 40 Cambridge
pi N W. 1"
LOST Double barrel oft breech-loading gun,
on aa. are. Ileward If returned, HI Cedar
st., Takoma Tark.
LOST Ilound silver pin. Liberal reward If
returned to 1SU It N. W.
IjOST Watch and neck chain, small (raid
open faced, monogram "I. o. M.," on Park
road or ltth st. car. Liberal reward if re
turned to Mil 13th st. N. W.. .Apart. 1. ..
LOHT Silver mesh bag. name Inside: left In
ladles' lavatory on second floor of building
on northwest comer of O and Hth sts.: con
tained money, gold pencil, etc Liberal re
ward If left at 1171 Irving st. or Itoora 20J.
KOUND 10 umbrellas, 1 picture. 2 books, 4
coau, 1 football. 1 set fats teeth. 7 pack
ages. 1 fur. 1 lense. S pair glovM. 1 pin. 1
piece cuff button, 4 pocketbooks. 1 comb and
brush. 2 hsnd bags. 1 card case. WAHII
INOTON TKHMINAI. CO. UNION BTAT1UN
CI.r.rtK, 11,200, Commerce and Labor, will
eichang positions clerk, 1.2U0, another de-
psjtmcnu HOX 23). Times office. 1
OR A FTTCTil") MagnetW Massage. Face
Ullii. r XSULILf 1U H:p Treatment.
AND ASSISTANT. 701 II St. nw., 2d floor.
MILLINEfl Artistic. stIIsh: 'home, out,
moderate, feathers cleaned, curled, dyed.
Hat frames. Main 7MJ 1010 K)e st. N. W.
MTS5 flATM MAHicuniNo and
iUlOO WVi.m HCALf THKATMEMT.
714 7th st N. W.. Apt. L 1'h. Msln Uli
MISS JAMllltON. manicure, face massags
and scalp treatment. UOt U st. N W 2d
flour front. Hours from 10 a. ra. to 4 p. m.
MISS WELLSfiSSff &?.
Ae . Id floor front Hours, 1 to p m.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN-Washlngton,
Nov Is, 1912. I KLTON II JACKbON.
hereby give rKitlca that I will not be re
sponsible for any debts contracted by my
wlte, LAUHA II JACKSON, after the atsnr.
date El.TON II JAf'KHON !
YOfNO G i:i til AN WOMAN. U tvlucatM.
v nurse lo un or more (Toning children;
city refrenc M. fl , cre Capitol Cafe, 1W
l'n ave N W
NEAT COWmcn Oini. anti a plare aa
chambermaid In a hotel or light houae.
work In imall family, atay night. 1212
Hlademhurit road S E
aillL Oilorvd anta work to cook or do
housework. 1U ( at S W. 1
nv CY.IX5IIED MAM, hou.eman or waiter.
vlU ghe reference U?0 Marlon at. 1
I'AlNTUn l'aperhaniter. plaiterer. want
work, room papered 12 W. piUnted IZ. S.
QOUVniJiTT, 30 4H at H. W.
VOl NO MAN wanta place oa fireman or
helper In hotel or apartment house, can
clts teat reference. liOX 217. Time office
HELP WANTED FEMALE
CHAMllEnMAin-UAUNDIlESS (white), for
eigner preferred, 125. mole and butler (col
ored man and wife), go to l'ennslvanls, lift,
other help nsntrd 1011 New lork ae
COAT AND bKIHT HAM)'-Thoroughly ex
perienced Apply JULIUS UAIUINKIX
A CO Hth an.1 K sts
COOK and general housework 224 tth st.
H. B. !
IN ALL DEPARTMENT".
HECHT & CO.,
UJ-1S-17 Tth ST. N. W.
UIHI-Nint, steady, colored, for general
houvework. 23Q Now Jersey ae. N. W.
QIIIL Itellable for general housework, small
family, gooa wage, rrsa Ontario road. .
OIIILS llrlght, neat, II jear. of age, aa
floor messengers, good pay and rapid pro.
motion Apply to 11. W. Schaub, with
GOLDENBEnO'S. 7tll and K sts. 1-
GIRL for housswork, stay nights; no wash
ing or Ironing Apply 414 tth st. N. E.
ailtl-Drlght, neat, II years of age, as
aisis cierns, soou pny sjia spienaia cnanco
for advancement Apply to 11 W Schaub,
lth OOI.UENBERO'S. 7th and K sts 1
LADIES, LHAItN HEAIITV CULTUKE
OckxI positions MlltltOH INST. OP
HKA1ITY Cl'l.Tl'IlE 10 y st. N W
EXPEnlENCED IN UMP DEPARTMENT.
Apply before 10 a. m.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP.
TAILOR-Apply at once.
3104 Hth St. K.
TAILOItESS Thoroughly experienced. to
help on new coats. UILUERT. K4 F st.
WAITHKbSES-Experlenced, II per week:
one day oft every 10 davs. tllO ytti N. W.
WAITRESS-Extierlencert for MAXHATTAX
CAPE. 14 th rt N W.
WANTED Thoroughly experienced w.rker
on furs Apply JULIUS OA11K1NICLE
CO. Hth and K sts
WHITE GIRL for general housework in a
family of two. pleasant home. Address A.
T HENRY nation n P
WOMAN -Colored to cook. Apply 1307 X st .
HELP WANTED MALE
AhSISTANT EXAMINERS needed In lhe U
H Patent 0(B Evening course assisting
In the preparation for th. examination now
In progress at the CulumWa Schoul of Draft
ing Also courses In Drafting and Engineer
ing Start now Catalogue on request.
LOI.l MllIA SCHOOL OF DRAFriNO. Mc
Lachlcn llldg city --
ASSISTANT HARTENDUR, strictly sober
m I3thsl N. W 1
HASH bOIHST for choir. HOX 221 Times
IKnw- Several, colored, with blcjcles, for
special clcllveri service Apply Mr. Elgin.
Deliver) Dept , aOLDENDniltl S, 7th nnd
K sis. X W.
WOODWARD A LOTHROP
nequlre the services of Ilov.
16 to II years of age
Tor Their Delivery Service.
Apply before 10 a m to Superintendent.
BOIS 25 colored neat appearance with
wheel Apply 131S O st N W
noY Stronr white, to carry out orders In
market store, Apply 1104 Hth st X. W.
HELP WANTED MALE
1JOY as bundle wrapper. ELITE LAUNDItT
CO . tilt nth at. H. Wi
HOY over 14 years ef age to work la grocery
store 1434 It st. N. W. .. .
1IOYH Urlght, active, 14 to II yeara of age,
as toy packers, bundle collector, and wrap
pers! good pay .nd chanc for advancement.
ppiy 10 ii, w Bcnaun, wiui uuuikii'
llElta'8. 7th and K sts. 1-
11UTLEH and cook (colored) man and wife,
SO to Pennsylvania lUi r.f.ranrM! ran.
fnger (whlto), it to II years, this city, 123.
.y.i n.w lora ave,
CANDY MAKER'S HELPER; must be ex
perienced in starch work. UUC1UNO
HAM'H. 1H7 fa av. N. W.
OENT'S TA 11X311 to work.
LANDSMAN. 01 K Capitol st. 1..
OOOD I'RESSER on ladles' and gent's suits,
17 week, lap 11th st. N. w. !
HOUSE- PAINTERS Two good. lt. Mo
HRIDE. 122 Hth St. N. E. !
LADORERB wanted, W. A O. D. nwy.t
at Ioey crossing; transportation furnished.
Apply Superintendent on work. !
OYBTEll OPENER for hotel. DUIiaERS
HOTEL AOENCY. 401 10th St.
ritESSER nrst class. Apply at once. 2711
Hth at. N. W. .,
rRESSHR-Eiperlenced on ladles and gentle,
men's garments. Apply 211 Hth si. N. B.
SPECIAL INDUCEMENT Is offered t good
reliable men to learn trie AUTO BUSINESS
If they wilt call at once
NAT. AUTO COLLEGE,
tth and O sts. N. W. Optn until t p. m.
TINNER'B HKLPERA-Eiperlrneed. CAVA.
NAOlt A KENDRICK. Hit M st. N. W.
TAILOR Thoroughly .iperlenced, on wom
en's coats. Apply
JULIUS OARFINKLB & CO.. ltth and F sts.
TINNER and helper,
103 East Capitol
SODA MAN Experienced, salary 17. AF
FLECK'S diu;o BTORE. tot a St. 1
WATCJJMAKEH-nrst-clsss at once. 3115
M SN W. J. CLINTON TRIBDY.
YOIJNO MAN to assist In delivery dei
ment. one with experience preferred: salary
14 DECKER'S. 122 F St. N. W.
Male and Female.
Positions On Our List.
For Pitman and Gregg stenographers, type
writers and bookkeepers We furnish the
position and quickly prepare you for It.
THE DRILUiRY. 1100 N. Y. Av.
WANTED F1e men and 4 women: outside
work; salary and commission Call today,
&-7; morning 4 to t a. m lit Pa. ave. X. W.
Be. MR. MINTZ.
AMATEUR8 wanted (vaudeville), leadlar
theater; Friday night exhibitions; prises;
write quick. THEATRICAI, City 1". O.
Ilox M. 1
FOR RENT ROOMS
W ST. N W 142C-Nlcely furnished second -floor,
large frtnt room, southern expoeure;
near tth also smaller ruom, hot-water heat;
with or without board; convenient to ltth and
!' su car line., prh.te family Phone North
U ST N W . 1424 Two pleasant communi
cating rooms, porcelain bath; 1 h. k ;
reason, ble. ..
COT N B .
for I h k ,
231 Two large rooms, suitable
HTH ST N V J(47 Two communicating
furnished rooms and bath. ..
o ST. N. W 107 Mce well heated room;
I h k . parlor floor.
2ND ST N. W, (17 Two first flo.r rooms
for light housekeeping.
EAST CAPITOL ST, Sn-Southwes t corner
room with kitchen overlooking Library
grounds, steam heat, hot water.
C ST N E , ;4 Two Urge furnished rooms;
light housekeeping, private bath, no chil
MASS. AVK.,23-I)eautlfullyfunilshed room.,
abundance of heat, with or without board,
near Union Station. 1
D BT. X. U . lit One large room, centrally
located, .ultable for two gentlemen 1
rril ST. N E , 330 Largo eond floor front
room, nicely furnished, private family. 1
URYN MAW 11. 1114 U ST.. AIT. ir-Two
large bright, nicely furnished room., phone.
Ell) ST. X. W 1117-Nlce sunny rooms,
bright and well heated, resjonable. 1..
8T PAUL 11(23 15th BT X. W NIC. and
sunny rooms, psrlor and bedroom; fur
nished to suit MUM. PALMER. 1..
13TH BT N. W.. t!4 Mce sunny rooms,
suitable for gentleman; hot and cold water.
12T1I BT. N. W. tOO-Nlce runny rooms,
suitable for oung gentleman: large and
MD. AYE X. E , 117 Two desirable rooms
for gentlemen, centrally located. !
F ST X. w 231-Largo nicely furnished
hall room, reasonable, all convenience.;
centrally located 1
O ST. N W.. 07 Larg hou.ekeplng room
with porch, no children; all conveniences
D ST. S. E.. 127 One large front room with
bath; gentlemen preferred !
NEW YORK AVE N W.. 34-N!c. large
rooms well heated. 1. h. k. permitted,
others II 2S. !
X ST. N W. 1206Newly furnished front
and back ronm., rate, reasonable 1
2D ST. N. W. lit Xlcely furnished rooms,
for gentlemen, II SO, 12 00, light housekeep.
K BT. X. W , -Xlcely furnished rooms en
suit, or single, 14 to 15 per month; .very
H ST. X. W.. tos Two first-class rooms, first
floor, with or without housekeeping; rea
14TII ST.. H3-Nlce newly furnished room:
sunny, hot.water heat with a nlc. bath;
terms le. finable.
H BT X. W.. 47-XlceIy furnished front hall
O ST X W , (17 One second floor: one
front, gentlemen or housekeeping, all con
11 ST. X W.. 414-Furnlshed rooms (or I. h.
18T BT. X. W.. lilt-Large cheery front
room for one or two gentlemen or lady,
board It desired. ..
It I. AVE., 1311 Bunny front room, with
alcove, sullabls for two loung men: board
It deelred: will show. 1
A BT. 8. E , IN Handsome suits of rooms.
souinern exposure, sieam neai. l
1ST ST. X. W., 200 Two second floor room.,
wl! hi-atnd. Pnmfnrinhl. mm ram-a. ln...&.
keeping: reliable people. x
VERMONT AVE N W.. 1024-Newly fur
ulvhed rooms, single or en suite; also
bachelor quarters, excellent tablo buard
1711 Second floor, room (or
PA AVE, Hit Housekeeping rooms, single
ur en suite, modern; 12 weekly to 123
monthly . I bulld'ngs. l'rmne M 7177.
17TH bT. X. W, HH-Largo front alcove
room for two. bmrd
EYE bT. X W 2031-I.arge front room,
southern exposure, nicely furnish!. t,i.
able for two or more, also three rooms, nrst
tTH HT. X W, 705 Furnished and unfur
nished room., 2nd floor; bath.
FOR RENT ROOMS
M SI' X W, 4il Threo unfurnished rooms
for I Ii k , all conven ; '..rurally located.
4TH ST s. W., lS2-Threo rooms, hoat and
nlshed room., for genilemrn, bath same
FOR RENT ROOMS
Furnished or Unfurnished.
O ST N E, 1201Tuo roornB furnished or
unfurnished, I h k , 1 furnished, heat,
gss, bath, corner house. i
bMAl.I. FI.AT, light housekeeping permitted,
unrurnlshed or furulsliod, line location Call
3rd floor, 1114 U N W ! '
M ST X W M9Three furnished, unfur
nished rooms, for gcntloman, bath same
floor MRS JENKINS 1..
WANTED ROOMS & BOARD
WANTED- Front room and board, near Capi
tol, by single gentlemau, UOX 122, Time.
ROOMS AND BOARD
THE INOLEBIDE, 1021 HTH BT. N. W.
leelrabta rooms with board. 120 un 1...
squ.r. to cars; phon. Main 2177 J
EYE BT. N. W.. HZl-Nlee sunny roansT
corner house: room and board suitable for
one ur two gentlemen. j.
Iltn ST. N, W 511 Large, warm rom. tusk
CI A a..h 41 A H4-.AS aIM kaH . 9 r
KUIP ipt s, wsj, t iirui , saiwu Usui nwm.
10TH BT, N, W., 724-ieumlshecl room sj.
board, III a month; also table board, 41 a
ITII ,HT. N. W., U0t-Lovlir bay-wlndoi
parlor, first floor, old Virginia cooking 1
MARYLAND AVE. N. E.. Ill-Two roema"
2nd floor with prtvat. bath. i..
2ND BT. N. E . 106 Second floor front, suit',
able for gentlemen 1 bom, cooking
14TII ST. N. W.. tlt-4MePherson pltce)
IJeautlful roams and good board; ceatrsl.
Phon. Main 7084.
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
WE ARE CONTINUING OUR
AT OUR flEW TEMPORARY
Handsom. new uprights closing out at
prices you usually pay for the second hao4
or used pianos of the better class.
nv ui'iuuiiTH ror 4JM
ttu UPRIUUTS (or till
itoo tipniaitTS ior tut
Kli UPRiailTS for Hot
Kit) UPRIOHTB (or. 1249
HM UPniOIITS (or VM
. Bee THE BEAUTlrUL DUCHE88
Our special offer S40 value, 1247 SO.
A magnificent upright In mahogany, walnut
or oak -a supreme Instrument of the tut
talue rich In ton. quality. Easy terms.
Ueautlful .lightly used uprights to close
out and sacrificed for 1190 cash.
GRIMES PIANO STORES,
NOW AT 1121 (1 STREET; I-
For the Holidays Just received two carload,
choice handplcked and hand assorted Michi
gan apples. Several of very best v arietta,
for family use. Wholesale and retail.
II. P. PILLSDURY.
M 11 St. N. E. Phon. Line. 443. !
DAVIS 8EWINO MACHINES, til to HL
Cash. 120 to Its, II weekly payments, uo to
144, with liberal allowance (or old morhlne
and term, to suit Sllxhtlr used machines,
all makes, 14 to 119, Free eitlmat. on re
pairs tor ail makes of machines
111 TH ST. X. W. PHONE M. 1U1,
FOR BALE AH material from 0 HOUSES,
Purchased From U. a. Government
Will sell on. or man houses, to bs morsd by
purchaser. Apply on premises, Chapla st,
bet. Hth and Hth. or
T. EDW. CLARK. JR., 1105 N. J. Ava, X. W.
Day Phon. X. 27.
Night Phone Till.
WHITE MALTESE PUPPIE8 far sale. 110
and IIS each, also stud and female reason
abls. MR. JAMES ALLISON, 90S East 30th
St.. Baltimore. Md, 1
ELECTRIC MOTOR, IM volts alternating
vt-h p 2171 M St. !
We Movo To Our New Building
EVERY PIANO MUST BE SOLD.
WORLD'S GREATEST PIANOS.
We Are Offering Them at Prices
Special Prices in Upright Pianos:
Any piano dellrtrad on payment of tit.
.was sw; nw w
.wo. O00; new 174
.was HWi now I1N
.was HOO; now 1144
.was 1140: now 1114
.wo. 4140; n.w' llw
.was (400; now tia
.was 1140; now I3M
.was MOO; now MM
.was Moot saw tut
.was ttui naw Irri
fhlcksrlng upright ....
Bhonlnger. upright ....
Music Roll. xchangtd 'ne'gardleas 'of Wbtre
was iw; now i
Q BTREET. AT ltTll. N. W. -
SEW'INO MACHINE BARGAINS.
KS Drop Lea( Singer IllSO
ltll Drop Head Blnger 130.00
HO Wheeler & Wilson 110 N
Xew Sewing Machines. II down and too
week. Cleaning. tOc Open evenings.
H R OIVKN. 424 Pa. ave. 8. E. Phons.
DEAUTIFUL HO black Russian lynx tur set,
111; no better bargain anywher. Mrs. L.
1) . HOX 21S Time, office.
FOR BALE A lady, suit and dresses. 24. M
and 40, and outn'. suit and overcoat and
youth's suits and overcoat and a Mrs lisle
coat. Apply 1306 Clifton at. ..
FURNITURE of Every Description. Buy
through us and save one-third your money.
Call and let us explain our great saving way.
FACTORY TO HOME ORDER CO..
1114 O BTREET. N. W.
"HOP INTO HOPKINS."
If you need anything In the stov. line se
as .nd w. will .av. you money.
HOPKINS ,US M STREET X. w.
0. J r J.VU.NO PHONE WEST 1404.
PIANOS AT SPECIAL PRICES! MOO May.
nard. tin; 1300 Kohler Campbell. 1140;
170 Stelnway, tltO; slightly used upright, lilt.
HUGO WORCH, U10 O N. W.
Pianos for rent, tuned and shipped. 1
Finest grade or soil aver known; wtll keep
grass green throughout winter; 1,000 tons to
be said In any quantity. For laformattaa
1124 lienalng road X. E. Fhon. Una 403.
IF YOU WANT A SQUARE DEAL In buy
ing or selling your furniture consult THE
SQUARE DEAL FURNITURE CO. Cairi
paid for houaebold goods. Ml Ey st. N. W.,
cor. 4th. 1
WANTED Furnltur. for cash. Sell your
good, to the man who gives you the mosc
money. See HOPWOOU. tth and K. -
NOTICE 40 TEARS' EXPERIENCE; ALli
make, s.wlng machtnea repaired at youl
residence II ana up, warrant! 4. Phoas Xisrtli
2110. CHAS. STEVEXSOX. 1411 llln st, nw.
III01IE8T CASH price paid (or worn cjoth
Ing: either ladles' or gentlemea'e, sead
peslal, will call. b. TARBllES. U01 Ilk sb
N. W. Phon. North til. -
HOUSEKEEPERS This week, ordinary win.
dows expertly cleaned, to ea.; floors waxed,
polished, stained, varnished, reflnlshed. Tes
ta!. ELLIOTT, 1100 U X. W. PbOB. X. S44.
HIOHEST CASH PRICES PAID FOK ALL
kinds of second-hand furniture Drop postal
sr phone Main 7444. A. MILLER'S rurnltur.
Hotse. 102 K N. W.
ASHEM1ILY DANCES every Thurs & Bat.
ve, Nat limes Armorj DAVISONS Prof.
& Mm. 719 4th flw Lessons any hour. Class
and dance Tues evgs Ph M 4614 --
MISSKH CHAM11ERLA1N AND CO 11 11 .H
DA.NCIMl SCHOOL 100 Eye st nw Social
Dances Every Mon at Arcade Ph M 211
PRIVATE DANCIMJ hCHOOL.
Onl One Taught at a Time
Intrst Dances Folk Dances
Delsscu Thuter, lop floor. Seleit, M. 4S.t-Y.
WASHINOTON'S new dancing studio. Miss
Chappelesr, H21 Q nw., 4 lessons 13 40,
dance, at Arcade Thursday evenings, prlvau
lessons any hour rhone N. H(4
PROr WYNDHAM, 111 12th nw. Dancing.
7.30 to 13. Trachea all dances. Tut., Thur,
& bat, Prt. lessons any hour, at res , 1103 II.
GIXJVKR'S. 113 22d St. X W. Prl. lessons.
40c. waltz & 2-step guar. In 4 lessons, class
and dance Tu... Thurs , Sat. eve., too, ball
room fir rent, II. Orchestra, Phon. W, 11-
NOTICE TO LADIES
VIAVI SCIENCE OF HEALTH; natural.
non-surgical cloth-bound 400-page book
free Apply by mall. 111 Colorado Uulldlng.
Free leituro 'or women Wednesdays at 1.30.
DRESS SUITS FOR HIRE
ONLY UP-TO-DATE full dress and cuxd.
suit, for hire. M. T. PIMES, Msrehaal
lallur. IM Ith st, X. W. Poem Mala U14.