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THE WASHINGTON' TIMES, MONDAY, NOVEMBER '25, 1012,
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WILL ADD EXTRA
CLERKS TO HANDLE
Twenty-three To Join Force
Next Week Others
rt For Holiday Rush.
Twsnty.three temporary Mbit tute
mall clerks will be put on by th
Washington City PoitofHcc next week
to handle the additional mall which
come from Congress being In eeialon.
Appointment ot these and other addi
tional clerks and carrlera will be made
only from the civil fterv ce eligible Hat
of the Washington City Poatofnce.
On December 16, eighteen more tem
porary substitute clerka will bo added
,to the force to help with the holiday
rush, and twenty-five temporary aub
atltutea carriers will alao be appointed.
Ail appointment! will be made for
three months, but many of those prob
baly will be reappointed for a second
three months, depending on the de
mand! which the parcels post makes.
The extra session of Congress will also
count The auxiliary wagon service,
such as was used at Christmas time last
year, will again be established, and
may be used In tho parcels post work.
Regulations for the parcels post are
now being finally considered by the
Postofflce Department, and will bo an
nounced In a few days.
In the Miller Case
Tho Government rested this after
noon In the case of John Barton Mil
ler, former secretary and treasurer
of the First Co-operative Building As
sociation, on trial before Justice
Gould in Criminal Court, No. 2, charg
ed with embenlement and destroying
certain records of the institution. At
torney Henry E. Davis then moved
for the dismissal of the Indictment
charging the destruction of the rec
ords in question on the ground that
no evidence bad been adduced to prove
the charge. Justice Gould overruled
the motion and an exception was
O. Donald Miller, brothor of the de
fendant, was the first witness for the
defense. He testified as to business
practices In tho office of the associa
tion, leaving the Inference that others
than his brother had access to the
records. Miss Martha Krunke, former
stenographer for Miller, was the next
witness. She produced the steno
graphic notes of the meeting In June,
1Mb, when the directors first took up
the question of an audit for the com
pany's books, and her testimony was
materially at variance with that of
wltnessc yror the prosecution, who
claimed that a resolution was passed
authorizing an Inquiry Into the finances
of the association.
William E. Ambrose, receiver for the
defunct association, and his attorney,
James S. Easby-Smlth. were on the
stand today as Government witnesses.
They told tho Jury about the condition
of the company at the time thev as
sumed charge. Mr. Easby-Smlth stated,
that a list furnished him by Mr. Miller
of the assets showed that tho total
assets amounted to 1312,000 other wit
nesses were James It. Wick, Franklin
A. Whelan, and Joseph H. Lee.
It is expected the case will go to the
Entries in Program at
NORFOLK, Va., Tuesday, November
38: First race 2:15 p. m.
First race Two-year-olds; purse $300;
selling; five and one-half furlongs. Cor
edl K, 104; Chilton Dance, lot; Bryn,
107; Old Coin. 107; Willis. 110; Ancon,
112; intent, iij; i ly uy Mght, 112; jon
quil, 112; Band Hog, 112; Bchaller, 112;
Pikes Peak. US.
Also el gible Mania Johnson, 104;
Second race Two-ytar-olds: purse,
J 300; conditions; five and a half fur
ongs. Wanda I'itzer, 101; Golden
Vale. 104; L'AlRlon, 104: Scallywag,
108; Grosvenor, 108: Itosturtium, 109;
Omenta, 111; Tarts, 111; Ambrose,
Third race Three-year-olds and
up; purse, $300: soiling; six furlongs.
Camellia. 100; "Monty Fox, 101; Talc
ah Ira, 103: Western Llelle, 10.:: Onag
er, 1Q3; Sylvestet, 103; Mlose Queen,
106; Cowl, 108; Ragman, 110; Spindle,
112, Clilltoi Queen. 112; Amoret, 114.
Also eligible Fatherola. 106: 'Law
ton Wiggins. 114; Little England,
106; Judge Walser, 110.
Fourth race Eclipse Handicap; all
ages; purse, $400; seven furlongs. Spolin,
104; Flying Yankee. 106; Sobago, 107;
Back Bay, 107; Cliff Edge. 108; Sher
wood, 108; Caugh Hill, 125; Murjorlo A.,
Fifth race Threo- ear-olds and up;
purse, $300; selling; one mile and sev
enty yards. Oagnant, 99; Elma, 102;
Chilton Squaw. 104; 'Frank I'urcell,
104; 'The Gardener, lot; Hcnotlc, 101,
Hempstead. 107; Munasseh, 107: Lucky
George, 107; Malltine, 109; Stregls, 109;
Bertls, 109; Lad ot Langden, 109; Billy
Vanderveer. 112; Granla, 112; Nimbus,
Sixth raco Three-year-olds and up;
purse, t300; selling; one mile and a six
teenth. Banorclla, 96; Sprlngmass,
100; 'Herbert Turner, 101; Supervisor,
108; Golden Castle, 103; Accord, 104;
Hedgo Hose. 106; Master Jim, 105; Frog,
106; Lord Elam. 107.
Seventh race Three-year-olds and up
ward; purse, 8300; selling; one mile and
a sixteenth. 'Breaker Boy, 103; Aplaa
ter, 106; Dynamite. 106; Colonel Cook,
Ifl. TntulM Wlat.1 IU. ,... t i ..
108; 'Blackford, 109; Henry Hutchison.fl
jiw; iuivwcibs, ju; ci uro, lit.
Apprentice allowance of live pounds
Weather fine; track fast.
The long cablo dispatch from W, T.
8. Boyle, of the State Department, now
in Santo Domingo, describing conditions
in that country, has been received, and
la being studied toduv l)v Ktntn n,.nrt.
It la stated that not later than to
night orders, based upon the Informa
tion contained In the dispatch, will be
sent to Mr. Doyle, and on these orders
conditions In the Dominican republic
will bo settled to the satisfaction of this
Conditions ha again reached h cilsls
In the Island. It Is expected that Ari'h
blshop Nouel will tie proclaimed as
Srovlslonal president within a short
me. and the Victoria government,
which has had a history of trouble, will
pass out of existence. It the provisional
president Is firmly established, quiet Is
expected to continue until early In 1914,
when tho election ot a new president
Bar Christmas trees.
The Deparment of Agriculture's ban
on shlnment of Christmas trees from
New Kngland States to prevent tho
spread of the ttypsy and brown-tall
maths went Into effect today. No
protest over the order was received
at the department, and so far as
known It wlllt have no effect on the
MINIMUM LIMIT OF
TRADING IS DONE
ON LOCAL 'CHANGE
Sales Cnsist of Two $1,000
Lots of Bnods W. B.
Ji'st about the limit, minimum, of
business was transacted on the Wash
ington Stock Exchange today. That
consisted In the sale of $1,000 of Poto
mac consolidated S'a at lOOtt and an
other 11,000 at an eighth better.
The local Exchange Is hardly effected,
as is the New York exchange, by the
critical political condition of Europe.)
The railroad engineers' award rani
hardly have an appreciable bearing;
upon local Hcuniwi, dui mora uu.
Incubus which continues to restrict ac
tivity here, namely tho still unan
nounced plans of the Washington Utili
ties Company. Until that cloud Is
cleared away there seems to be little
likelihood ot renewed dealing on any
thing Ilk a large scale.
W. BJ. Ibbs Is making remarkable
progres, it was stated at the National
Homeopathic Hospital this afternoon.
He la expected to get up tomorrow and
leave the hospital tho latter part of this
Bid and Asked on
U. a Reg. 2"s 100 101 H
U. 8. Coupon 2's 100 lOtti
U. B. Reg. J's 102J4 HO
U .8. Coupon 3's 102 103J4
V. 8. Reg. 4's 113H 114
17. 8. Coupon 4's ll$tf 1144
Georgetown Gas 6'a 106
Washington Gas 6's 110
Capital Traction R. R. 6's.... U0U 111
City & Suburban 6's 103tf ...
Columbia R. R. 6's 100
Columbia R. R. t's 101 103
Metropolitan R. R. 6's 106 109
Wash. Rwy, A Elec. 4's MH 61
Potomac Elec. Cons. 6's 1W4 1jO
Potomac Elec. Lt. i's 1WH IrtiVi
C. & P. Telepnone os ivt job
Amer. Tel. at Telga. 4's..
N. & W. Steamboat 6's....
Rlggs Realty 6's (Long)..
Rlggs Realty 6's (Short)...
PUBLIC TTILITT BTOi
Wash. Ry & Eleo. Com.
Wash. Ry. & Elec, pfd..
Wash. Va. Ry. com
N. & W. 8teamboat
Amer. TCI. fit Teiga m
TYPE MACHINE rVTOCKS.
Mergenthaler Linotype 224 226
Lanston Monotype U4 92
Oreeno Cananea ., 9 10
NATIONAL BANK BTOCKS,
American Nat Bank 173
Capital Nat. Bank 220
Commercial Nat. Bank 206
District Nat. Bank 113
Far. & Mecli. Nut. Bank 240
I. nccln National Bank 160
Metropolitan Nat. Bank 207
Rlggs Nat. Bank 580
Second Nat. Bank 16.)
Nat. Bank of Wash 251
TRUST COMPANY STOCKS.
Amer. Sec. & Trust 300
National Sav. & Trust 2S0
Union Trust 138
Wash. Loan c trust o
United States Trust 140
SAVINGS BANK BTOCK&
Cltitens' Saving Bank 20
Home Savings 326
nirn Savings 248
Bank of Com. & Sav J2J
East Wash. Sav. Bank 16
FIItE INSURXNI'K STOCKS.
Arlington Fire Insurance 14
uicuiun hire Irautui.i. so
Firemen's Fire Insurance 18H a
Franklin Fire Insurance
Ger. Amer. Fire Ins 260
Nat. Union Fire In 7H ..
Potomac Fire Insurance 30 ...
r "ITI.IT. INSURANCE STOCKS
Columbia Title Insurance.-... 1ft ...
Real estate jim in, sd
n. c. Paper Mfg. Co.,
. 63V4 66
. 77 85
. 210 226
. Mi ,..
Wholesale Froduce Market
Use Nearby Iresh, 34418c; southern. 813
Cheeie New York, new, 22c lb.: flat, 20c.
nutter Ellin print, 2Sa per lb.; tub, 32o
per lb.; process, 20c.
Live Poultry Hens, 12e lb.; roasters, 9a
per lb ; turkeys, lSfllc per lb.; ducki. 110
14c ptr lb.; chickens, torse, 1(0 ; medium,
1M16c per lb.
Dreiied Poultry Turkeys, MCKc per lb.;
hens, 13014a per lb.; ducks. 113 17c per lb.;
cblckcm, 161118c per lb.
Green Frults-Callfornla onuist. I4.M per
box; lemons. t6.2&&6 60 per box; pine
apples, per crate, 12.000: M; Florida grape
fruit, 44 U per box; new apples, II. MB
1.S0 per bbl.; peaches, $1.60.
Meats DreiMed Ltshtweleht pork. 1O810MC
lb ; heaier, SulOc per lb.
Vegetables Potato, 80c per bu.i celery. 83c
per dosen; jams. 11 Ofcai.25 prr bbl.; onions.
fCc per crate; cabbuse, SOjjSGo per 100 lbs.:
lettuce. II COftl GO per baiket: beeU, II OOjl
81.25 per 100 hunches ; aquuh, 8O0 bbl ; sweet
potatoes, II 00ft 1.20 per bbl.; lima beans, lie
Monteagudo In Bad
Over Cuban Election
Much trouble Is ahead of General
Monteagudo, commander-in-chief of tho
Cuban arm), uccordlnK to reports re
celved by the Stnte Dep.it tment. I3e
cause of his high-handed actions during
tho recent Unctions the. Cuban Con.
gress uill consider his Illegal actions
and Judges Hill be asked to annual
elections In those districts whore fraud
and force were employed.
A convention of thu Liberal parly wiis
held In Havana Saturday and thu
declaration us then made by all liin
speakers that only legal measures
would he employed In settlinf election
Six Seek Position
In Bureau of Mines
Blx candidates are enrolled for the po
sition of chemical engineer In the Bu
reau of Mines, examination for which
closed today before tho Civil Service
Submission of records and papers con
stitutes the examination In this case.
The position pays from 81,800 to 83,000 a
Situation Reflected in, Lov) Prices
LEADING STOCKS ARE LOW AND
LITTLE TRADING IS DONE ON
N. Y. EXCHANGE.
NEW YORK, Nov. -.-Leading stocks
were from a half to thrts-quartera ot
a point off and there was little dis
position to trade on the New Tork Ex
change today. The situation was re
flection of the tense feeling over in
Europe which was directly Illustrated
by the declines experienced by Ameri
cans on the London Exchange this
morning. Declines running to a point
were recorded. The belief Is still en
tertained that a peaceful result will be
the outcome of the strained condition
of affairs, but whllo the tension Is un
relieved stocks are Irregular and trading
small. The railroad engineers' award
Today's New York Stock Exchange Prices
Quotation f tsood by W. B. Kltts ft Ce,. sumbsts of B York B4Mk Bs
Mas, wsshlnstea flees Bschsag. and Chlcas Basra f Trade. HIM Ballsnvg,
At T. B. Few OOSM07H I0CH
Atlantic Coast Line.. 1JSH 136
Bal. Ohio. osm....!06H I0M8
Brook. Rap.' Traa... tl MH
Canadian PaeUe Mitt
91 I 9t
$61 I MM
M I 61
Ches. omo sou so
rtii n ' Mm... tile 1114
Chi. M. St. P.. oerlHH IWt
Del. 4k Huason in ism
Erie, com (3 J3H
Erie, 1st pfd MM 61H
Erie, 2d pta 41H 42H
a. North, pfd UTtt I$7H
Inter. Met. com 20 Ittfc
Inter. Met. pM M 6U
Kan. C. 8.. 00m I7K tTH
L. 4V Nash H$H I46H
Leblgb Valley I7&K 174
M. K. T. com 27H $7H
Mo., K. Tax. pfd. 0
U B P 8 8 M. COBJ40M MOM
Missouri Paote 43H 43
N. Y.'Cent Hud. R..I14M 114M
N.T..OntWsst... 34W S3t
Norfolk &Western..J14M 114M
Northern Paeino 114 I23M
Pennsylvania 121M 123M
Reading com 71H 10M
Rock Island eonr. 26M I4H
St. L. A B. 2d. pfd 30M 'BOH
St. L. & B. W. pfd.... 77H 77M
South. Pac. com JlOVt 1I0M
South. Rail, com 2H 26
South. Rail, pfd 91 I1H
167 I I6IM
MM I 61
19 I $0M
43 I 43
I14M 1 114
133 I I24M
123M 1 123
170 1 171
24 I 24
30 I 30
SIM I 81
171 1 171
0 I 91
64 I 64
Texas A Pacific 23 23H
Union Pac com 171M 17IM
Union Pac. pfd .. MM M
Wabash pfd I4M 14M
Western Maryland... S4M MM
Ateh. Convert 4's...,
B. St O. Osn. 4'S
B.R.T. Con. 4's
C.B. ft Q. Joint 4's..-.
C.R.I. ft Pac 'a
Int Metro. 4's
Sou. Ry. 6's ,
U. Pac. Con. 4's
U. S. Steel 3d 6's
104 1 106
91 I 81
96 I 96
106 1 106
101 1 101
DISTRICT D. A. R.
TO TALK POLITICS
Coming Election and Confederate
Flag Question Most Im
Tho annual patriotic meeting or tho
District Daughters of tho American
Revolution will ho held tomorrow eve
ning at the New Wlllard at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Mary Lockwood, the District re
gent, will preside and the program will
be an elaborate one. Prior to the meet-
Ing the daughters present undoubtedly
will discuss current .D. A. R. politico.
particularly tho coming election of a
presldent-xeneral to succeed Mrs.
Matthew T. Stott and tho annuonced
Intention of Mrs. Lockwood to carry
to the floor of the D. A. R. convention
the controversy regarding the display
of a Confederate flag In Continental
Memorial Hall during the recent Unit
ed Confederate Daughters' convention.
Mrs. Scott has protected herself by
a letter from President Taft showing
that she consulted htm before allowing
the flag to be hung in the hall. Mrs.
Lockwood Is reported unreconciled by
this, however, and Intends to get a
ruling from 'he congress that It shall
never happen again In the future.
Southern-born District members of the
D. A. R. are ungrv at Mrs. Lockwood
for her alleged belligerency In the mat
ter, and the making ot an Issue out of
an Incident which Is or should be all
over, say theso women, Is most deplor
able. ACCUSES HUSBAND
WHO SEEKS DIVORCE
Wife Sued For Absolute Separa
tion Says Spouse Tried
To Kill Her.
Answering the allegations made by
her husband, Theodore Schumacher, In
his petition for an absolute dlvorco,
Mrs. Esther Ktng Schumacher today
charged that he had attempted to kill
her. onco by choking her and on an
other occasion by turning on tho gas
from six Jets In their bed room.
Mrs. Schumacher admits that on one
occasion she attempted tp.end her own
life, but claims lt was because of the
alleged cruelty of her husband. She
denies that sho drank and smoked
cigarettes with the co-respondent named
bThoCcou"uHna8kcd to give Mrs. Schu
macher custody of their child pending
the suit. She charges that her husband
Is not a fit person to care for the child,
ass -, !.- h- wau arraatpfl thrmn
different times, onco on a charge of
abducttnR Lillian ori.n er. , ... ..
that Hcnumacner "-' j".. ?
O'Bhea represents Mre. Schumacher.
CHAULUBTON, 8. C. Nov. 23.-Eloven
battleships of the Atlantic fleet, which
have been in Charleston harbor for a
weel:, havn sailed for Hampton Roads.
The Dilawate went with a typhoid
fever patient. Tho Utah, flagship of
Rear Admiral Ostcrhaus; Florida, North
Dakota, New Hampshire, Ohio, Idaho,
Virginia, Rhode Island, Georgia, and
Illinois steamed to sea.
Is hardly digested as yet, either. As
an indication of the foreign condition's
effect, Canadian Pacific was off. over
a point 'and a half! Sales to 11 o'clock
amounted to 106,200 shares.
The foreign trade of the United States
will total, over 14,000,000,000 for the
calendar year. The highest former
record was IMe'1,000,000.
A walkout of too more trainmen In the
yards of the Steel corporation may re
sult in a serious strike. About 1.600 men
sra now out demanding a wage in
crease of "0 cents a day.
Tho Brooklyn Rapid Transit Company
has declared .Its regular quarterly divi
dend of H4 per cent.
The Subtreasury has transferred to
Ban Francisco $300,000 for the account of
Lew. s.m. Cliss
61 63 I 83
64 MM I 66
40 40 I 41
39 0 I 69
67M 67 I 68
46 46 I 46
106 I06M I
78 74 1 80
106 106 1 106
139M 120 1 120
I42M I42M 1 142
$0 20 I
42 42 I 43
68 62 I 63
90 90 I 91
29 3M 29
36 34 I 36
16 IT I If
142 IU 114$
26 25 I 24
I$0 120 1121
183 183 1 183
44 44 I 47
40 40 I
103 106 1 106
63 80 I 61
36 36 I SJ
116 116 1 116
37 S7 I
27 27 I 28
60 60 I
M 80 I 81
67 68 I 67
73 73 I 74
III 111 1 112
63 63 I 63
46 46 I
1 61 I 41
AmaL Copper, 64
Am. Best Sugar eoas. MM
Am. can. com 41
Ant Can. pfi m
Am, a ft JFd, oomso
Ass. Cot Oil com MM
Am. L0C2. com 44
Amer, Loco pfd 107
AnvBrneltft Retoom 60
Am-ftmslt ft Rat. pfd.106
Am.Sug.ft Rsf.con... j
Am. Tel ft Tel 142
Am. Woolen com 20
Anaconda Copper 43
California Oil com... m
California Oil pfd.... 90
Cent Leather com.... 24
Cola Fust ft Iron M
Corn Prod. Ret.oom. 17
Con, Gas, N. Y 142
Distillers 800111117.... 26
Inter. Harvester 120
General Electric 113
Great North. Ore 44
Loose-Wiles Co. com 41
Laclede Gas 106
Mexican Petroleum.. 84
Pae MallBtmp km
Peoples Gas of CM... 114
Pres. a Car, 00m.. $7
Rep. L ft a com 28
Blois-Shef. 8 ftl, com 60
U.S. R'lty ft Im. com. to
U.aRubber, com (6
U.8. ateel, com 74
U.a Steel, pfd 111
Utah Copper 63
Va. Car. Client, con 46
Weat'aouso Else. Mll
New York Curb Market.
Furnished to The Washington Tlmos
by flarnman 4k Co., New York; G. U.
Chlpman, Manager Local Brunch, Col
Anglo American Oil 16 17
Atlanta GoldlieM 16 16
Ilay State Gas
Hraden Copper 9 !)
Urltlah Col. Copper 4 4
International Rubber 11 12
Chicago Subway 4 7
Cobalt Lake 46 48
Glroux Mining 4 4
Kerr Lake 2. 2
La Rose Con 2,T( 2f,
Manhattan Transit 1 IS
McKlnlcy-Darragh 2 2
Nlplsslng Mine 8 .
Ohio Copper 1 1
I'orcunlne Gold 17 1$
Standard Oil N. J 389 391
Tonopah Uelmont 8ft $11
Tononah Mng. of Nevada 6, 6H
United Cigar Stores US's 1164
United Cigar Stores pfd 120 12J
Yukon Gold 3 S
JUDGE RYAN QUITS
Fornfcr Minister to Mexico, At 75,
Ends Long Public
After forty-five years spent In the
public service, during which time he
has been minister to Mexico, a Con
gressman, and Assistant Secretary of
the Interior, Judge Thomas Ryan today
retired frm the Government service
It Is tho seventy-fifth anniversary of
Judge Ryan, who for the last five
years has been advisory counsel and
special assistant to the Secretary of
the Interior, In connection with the af
fairs of the Five Civilised Tribes, la
leaving the Government service because
of falling health and advancing years.
He had planned to leave on June 13, but
the absence of J. George Wright, com
missioner to the Five Tribes, made his
services Imperative at that time.
Judge Ryan, who was Assistant Sec
retary under Ethan Allan Hitchcock, Is
now stationed at Muskogee, Qkla. He
will return to his old home In Topeka,
Kan., to live. Judge Ryan Is a native
ot New Hampshire, and a veteran of
the civil war.
Chevy unaeeTerraceTlT Klrkua Dusdsla et
mx. to John F. Maury, lot 43, square 1171,
Villa Park-Clara A. Marden et vlr, Edwin
R . to J. E. Smith, lot II, square t4,
Mount Pleasant Margaret M. Harry to
President and Directors of Oonsaga College,
lot 112. 119. .
Connecticut Ayenue Tarrac Fulton R. Oor-
da et ux to Harry F. lwe, lot 41. square
IMS, ll.MS. Same to Koyc A. Ruess, lot
44. square 1741. 11.JM. ,
1118 SI ith street northwest Anne B. Tsnner
t vlr, Ashley T., to Charles 11. Howler, lot
44, square 441, 810.
Dobblna Addition Paul It. Moreland to
Frank M, and Lulu M. Armstrong, lot M,
block :o. 110.
Brookland-Maria M. Thren to Julius A.
Maedel, lot 7, block 20, 110. Jullua A.
Maedel et us convey same property to
Joieph K. and Maria M. Thren. 110.
Whitney Close-James F- nrennsn to Csrl K.
Alatip, lot 17, block 1, 110.
!M3 Vermont avenue northweit rrsnk C.
Rraddock to Philip II. Chrlstmsn, lot 19,
square 171, 110 . .
Wnodley Park-Daniel N. Clark at ux, to
Kennedy llroa , lot 117. square K04. 110.
Prlncrton Helshls-Kennedy llroa. to Eugene
W. and Carrie II. Leach, lot IM, square
Woodley Park-Kennedy llroa, to Daniel N.
snd Ona M, Clark, Iota 31 and 17, block
Columbia Heights-Herman R. llowensteln et
ux, to Fsnnle M. Renlda, lot 43, block
K Twenty-seventh street northwest John E.
Everett to Anna F. Everett, original lot
10, square t, 110. Anna F, Everett conveys
same property to John E. Everett, 110.
Garfield-Robinson White et ux, to John Pres
ton Wsahlngton, lot 7, 110.
1122 'Nlneteanth utreet northweat Chsrtaa H.
Davidson st ux. to Richard C, Kerens 1st
, square us, si.
TO AID CHRISTIAN
Bulk of Estate of Mrs. Ella
M. Post Goes To Wife
Of Connecticut Man.
An estate estimated to a worth ap
proximately $800,000 Is distributed by
the will of Mrs. Ella M. Post, dated No
vember 6, 1808, and modified by a co
docll dated September $, MI.
The bulk of the estate is left to the
daughter of the testatrix, Mrs. Marjorle
Post Close, wife of Edward B. Close,
of Oreenwlch, Conn., who Is bequeathed
tho residue after number a number of
other bequests are made.
The First Church Christ, Scientist, Is
left $10,000 "for the Promotion ot the
welfare ot Christian Science" In Wash
ington. The sum of ,$25,000 each Is left to Ar
thur Rhodes Crowell, ot Spokane,
Wash., Mrs. T. A. Wlckersham, of
Washington, and Edward B. Close.
Bequests of $$,000 each are made to
Morgan C. Wlckersham, of Wash ngton;
St. clslr Brackens, of Washington;
Olive 8. Brown, of Spokane, Wash.;
Mrs. M. M. King, of Toledo, Ohio;
Diana I. Norton, of Washington; Lulu
R. Hoover, of Washington; James II.
Merrlweather, of Pawnee, III,; John H.
Marrlweather, of Pawnee, III.; Annie B.
Harkneas, of Washington; Mrs. El. a A.
Crocker, of Manchester, N. H.; Mrs. T.
B. Post, of lirookland, D. C; Klla M.
Post, of Washington; Alfred Farlow,
of Boston, and Philip B. Sawyer, of IZU
mlra, N. Y.
Adelaide B. Close, a granddaughter,
is given the premises at 1018 sixteenth
street northwest, and Marjone P. Chase,
another granddaughter, Is left $20,000.
Mrs. Close and W. L. Post are named
Baby of Diplomat
Stands Sea Trip
Richard Powle, the three-month-old
child of Charles W. Fowlc, Interpreter
to tho American embassy in Constant!
noplo, arrived in this country yesterday
on the steamship Ivernla, of tho Cunard
Line, accompanied by his nurse. Dr.
Laura MacDowell. Tho youngster
stood the trip well and was taken at
once to the home of his mother near
Young Richard was ono of the chief
attractions of the long trip over from
tnc Moatierranean to sew xorx nis
lonesome position without his mother to
look after him, when he flrst started
was soon relieved and beforo the ship
landed in New York his name occupied
a full page In tho passenger book.
Before Richard was born physicians
advised Mr. and Mrs. Fowle that the
climate of Constantinople was not good
for Mrs. Fowle's health and she should
come over to America for the wlatar.
When Richard was old enough to live
without his mother Mrs Fowle left him
in charge of Dr. MacDowell and came
to her home near Boston. Hho arrived
a week ago.
Then, when It was thought that Rich
ard cuuld stand the rigors of a sea trip
Dr. MacDowell took the child a
brought him over, landing yesterday.
Shortly after their arrival Dr. Mac
Dowell took paasago on a Fall River
boat and Richard and his mother will
meet again this evening.
Adopts Morse Code.
The International Morse codo of sig
naling has been adopted by tho Navy
Druartment and will hereafter be em
ployed Instead of tho Mcr code. The
actual change will occir as soon as
the signal forces of ships anil shore
stations become proficient In tho r.cw
code. Tho Mors code will be applied
to radio, wigwag, occulting light, and
sound signals, Ardols and Very ssten"i.
With a BIG Bank
even though you must start
with a small deposit. Identifica
tion with this hank will encour
age you to AIM Ilirill and holp
you HIT THE MARK.
SAME RATE of lotere-st bald on
both large aad sasall accounts.
National Sa-ings an J
Cat. ink . If. T. At.
New Tork Stock Eiebaas. t
WallneBn atnk Riah.ne
- n igy Boar4 ,, xrada
OMiarht and sold aw
s&Mhla tsrms as w oflsr
for trading In Nsw York
stocks and Mods,
The Safest Investment
Are those thst da not fluctuate during dis
turbed conditions of tho money or atoek mar
kets. First deed of trust notes (first mort
6 ages), well secured on reel estate in th
ilalrlct of Columbia, conatltutb "gilt-edge"
Investments. They do not depend upon th
financial sasponaiDtiity 01 inomauau or cor
porations for their stability, snd ars exempt
from taxation aa peraonsl property. W can
supply such Investments In smounts from
UOO upward Send for booklet. "Conoarnlag
Loans and Investments."
SWARTZELL. RHEEM &
717 MTH STREET N. W.
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
MOVING EXFENBEB REDUCED.
Wa will do your moving, packing, snd
hipping, and take In payment old furniture,
ttovts. etc WASHINGTON'S FURNITURE
CO., 1810-lMl 7th st. N. W. Phana North 1170.
PADDED vans, 14 A 11 Id.; l-h. wagon. 14 14.
Phons Msln 1118-1911.
COLUMBIA TRANSFER A STORAGE CO.,
908 N. Y. ave. N. W.
Paeklna and Shipping Storage. 11 van load.
QKT OUR ESTIMATES on absolutely flre-
PrOOI winr-SaCa 8I8WSB11K, MI.M,II1K UM1U
6TATEB HTOHAUK CO., 4Z0 Otb it. N. W.
H. BAUM & SON, 912 Pa. Ave.
$1 Load Per Month. Phone M. 12S4
Phone Main 5260
WANT AD BRANCH AOBNCIW.
In sanding your advsrtlssnMats to .The
Times through any of these . BRANCH
AOENC1BB you can gtt the rsjrularsts of
lo par word, as at the Main Office. You will
Had a Branch Agsncy Just around the eonwr.
.ONE CENT A WORD
WITH MINIMUM CHARQB
Of 15 cents for 1 insertion 3 or
more times minimum charge, 12
TALK TO TJHE TOWN
THROUGH THE TIMES.
Wagner's Pharmacy, 1st A II sts.
Times Hub (nation, Mtt II st.
Robey's Phsrmacy. North Capt. A I! st.
Astoria Phsrmacy, Ird A O sts. .
Day A Co.. IthtO sts. '
Dschrsch Fhsrmscy, 6th A Eye Sts.
Emerald Pharmacy, 4th A Mass. As.
Christiana Pharmacy, 7th A M sts.
Ilronauch pharmacy, 7th A P sts.
Simpson's Phsrmacy, 7th 'A R sts.
Hints pharmacy, N,iw Jersey avs. 4 Q it,
Belter's Pharmacy. Mh A O sts.
Taylor A Lamb, North Capt. A R. I. ave.
Hhoda lalaad Phsrmacy, 1st A R. I. ave.
Koss Ifisrmacy, 7th A You sts.
Mayer's Pharmacy, FIs. ave. A tth st.
Vsn Bant Pharmacy, tth A P sts.
Duffay'v Phsrmscy, ftb and N sts.
O'Donnell's Phsrmacy, tth A P ats.
Mattlnsly'a Pharmacy, Hth A I. sts.
Hlchsrason Phsrmacy, Hth A R ats.
Asqulth's Pharmacy, 1818 Hth st.
Times Hub Htatlon. HOI T st.
Howard Pharmacy, 14th A W ats.
Astoria Pharmacy, lltb A Clifton sts.
carpenter's Pharmacy. 14th A Glrard sta.
Harvard Pharmacy, ilth A Harvard sts.
Hay's Pharmacy, llth A Park road.
Concord Pharmacy, lilt N. II. ave.
Duffey Pharmacy, i2nd A Pa. ave.
(loldenbers's Ucpt. More. 7th A K ats.
Henry Phsrmacy, 2Snd A N ats.
Ilutton A Itlltan. 2Jnd A L ata.
B. Kann. Hone A Co., Dept. More. 8th A Pa,
Koeattr. II. R. 83rd A M sts.
Maltby's Pharmacy, IM7 Calvert st.
Nlrhola Pharmacy, llth A Pa. avs.
Prarmn's Tharmacy. lsth A Kla. ate.
Iteh's Pharmacy, 7th A E ats.
Witch Pharmacy, zmh A M ats.
Weller Pharmacy, 3SM M at
Patties Pharmacy, 1329 Georgia ave.
Times Hub Htatlon. IMS M St.
Union Station (ChrlalUnI Phar.)
Blumer's Phsrmacy, N. Cap. A R sta
liutler, tth st. A Stanton place.
Oeorsa J, Metier, 6th A B sts,
Laddon's Pharmacy. 1200 FIs. ave,
t rnb A Tllden. llth A B. Cap. sta.
Model Pharmacy, (th A If sts.
McCheaney A Joachim. 2nd A E ats.
New Yurk Avenue Pharmacy, N. V. ave. A
N. cap st.
Powell. A. E , 4th A E Cap.
Tvree's Pharmacy. &th A 11 ata.
Times Hub Htatlon. 131 II at.
Arlh A Co.. su Pa. ave.
Berkley, t lat at.
Burrowa' Pharmacy, Mth A Ta ave.
Umrlch. llth A Pa. ave.
y-elconer. 111: nth at.
Hawkins, 4th at. A Va. ave.
Lincoln Park Pharmacy, llth A E. Cap.
Nay A Co , Pa, ave. A nh st.
loach Drug Co . ath and U sts.
Weller. Slh A Ee sts.
O'Donnr,,. )rd at. A Pa. ave.
Pltser. Mh A K. Cap.
Times Hub Htatlon, Hth A K ats.
Times Sub Station. Ill II at.
Klsenbtlaa' Pharmacy, 7th A B ats.
V. f Fuller, SOI lat st.
Harris. 3rd A K ata.
l.ynham'e Pharmac), 1811 4b St.
Times Hub Htatlon. 419 t at.
Linton A Ntlaon, lirookland, D. C.
nury"a Pharmac), Nichols ave. A T St.
Times Hub Htatlon, 2V7 Nichols ant.
Sonneman, T. A , Chey Chaae.
J. It. Caton, Prtuco A Ro)al sts. .
TALK TO THE TOWN
THROUGH THE TIMES
TO COMPLETE YOUR
FESTIVITIES EAT THE
FINE QtlALlTT. in.
AHHOI.UTE Pl'RITV. 4IIC
DELU'IOI'S Kl-AVOR. ,uv
"KVERVIIODV LIKES IT."
NEW STORE, 720 Hth at.
Tou Will Get a Correctly Fitted
Glaia and For Leas Money by
Calling on Our EYE SPECIALIST.
No Charge for Consultation.
Children's Ue a Specialty.
Hours: 10 to 8
CHRISTIANI DRUG CO.,
420 0th Street N. YV.
MANTELS TILING J
yi every aeecnpuoo, ail to
lateat pattern In Marble, Tils
or Wood, Fir pise trimmings,
Oas Lrgs, Grata, sto. Sanitary
and Decorative Tiling. Repair
I EDWIN E. ELLETT, I
I 1188 9th at N. W.
T r nun tart- asi
-l I-l I-IM'l" 1 1 1-s -l-W-I-l-I-1 I I j-$
ENFORCED (restoring the) BLOOD CIRCU
LATION. New mlrsculoua curea hv thla
sistem of LoLOmoior-Ataxla. Ilrlshl's Dis
ease, I'araiyais and tne desperate ihrunlc In
curable (ao-cullcdl dlaesses thoae YOUR
PHYSICIAN Can't Cure. HOOKLET and
CONSULTATION FREE. LADY ASSIST
ANT. Hours 10 s. in. to I p m Sundays 11
to 1 PROF. 11. N. D. PARKER, 10! ltd at.
N. W, See my big ad here next Monday.
CHRISTMAS SPECIALS. 6 poalal rarda for
25c; cabinet photos, two poaltlona; ahown
f roofs; II. Ji per Joz. ; satisfaction guarant
eed; open Sundays
80J 7th at. N. W.
GOOD UPRIGHT, $59
CHICKERING UPRIGHT, $67.
Knuaro Plauoa 11 Organa, 88.
Wn do not claim to save ou
f?00 to MOO-NO KIUM CAN DO
THAT hut we claim the lowest Prices.
1103 Orant Place itnd SOJ F at. N. W. '
I, WILLIAM THOMAS, will not be reapon
slble for nny debts contracted by my wife,
MISS JAMRHO.V, manicure, face massage
and acalp treatment, UOt U at. N, YV., 2d
noor irom. iiouia nom ,v u. m. vo a p. m.
fTS5 fiAFTJ MANICURINO AND
MIOO t-llirv BCALP TREATMENT.
714 7th at, N. W,. Apt, l. pn Main m
MILLINKR Artlatlc, atyllah, home, out l
moderate; fratnera cieaneo, curieo, dyed.
Hat frames. Muln 78(3. 1010 Ee st. N. W.
MISS WELLS MflnTa'nd Scalp
Treatment 930 N. Y. ave.. 1J floor, lira ami
ftp A TPTir.l .11 Magnetic Maasag. Fac
JtU. r llllljU ,na BcaIp Treatment.
AND ASSISTANT. 741 H St. nw 14 Boor,
LOST AND FOUND
LOST A silver bsg containing small pockst
book with aum nt rimi. lata ftatnrdav
nlshti thought to have been left In Automo-
"". nowara to nnder by leaving same at
BOX its, Times ofltce.
LORT-Loekst, monogram E. M. A., Satur-
Itsward. 1H7 Monro st.
LOST Gold, band ring! green bloodstone:
seai cut; initials Inside K. B. U.-J. u. u.
Return to 1714 r st. N. W rawsrd.
LOST-Lockct, with It. I. C. diamond can
ter! picturt Insldsi reward. 1788 8th st.
N. W, .,
LOST-Eng. buiueci female) white face,
snn. spots; rswsro. minus, ins sa, . w.
LOST 8-etone diamond ring la Kami's tefltt
will iswara. zn u si w. is.
LOST Round silver pin. Liberal reward If
raturnaq io uu k k. w. ,,
FOUND 7 packages; 8 sweaters, 1 shopping
pas, i umorenss, a pairs gloves, l rnurr,
I vxilse, i book, l bottle, 1 mirror, J coats,
t hats, 3 guns, 8 curtain sticks, 1 diploma,
1 lady's handbag. 1 monkey wrench. 1 coma.
THE TERMINAL CO.. Union Station.
A RELIABLE aattled whit woman wants
light housework; no washing or Ironing;
best of references. Call 731 Slh st. N. W.
WAHHINO to take home or lace curtains 8to
pair. M. BROWN, 43S 1 at. N. W.
FIRST-CLASH I.AUNDRERS wants work te
take home. 113 8 st. N, W. a
RELIABLE) OIKL wants place In private
family; go home nights. M5 K sL N. W.
PIANO rUPILB-By eaperienced teacher, at
pupil's home; beginners a specialty.' BOX
241 Tlmoa nfnee.
A NEAT COLORED woman wants place aa
chambermaid or waitress; references. 911
Ith St. N. W.
COOK By colored woman In private family
or cats. 7 O st. N. W.
PRE88ER st onco who thoroughly under
stands scouring and pressing en ladles' snd
gent's clothes; steady job; good wsges. 711
II at. N. E. 1
STENOORAPHER Expert desires evening
work, copying, etc. Tel. Col. 1987.
ai PRnp. i.iviNnsTON
MILLINERY AND DRE88CUTTINO
ACADEMY. HIS O ST.
THE LAROEHT. THE OLDEST, AND
DESIONINQ. AND MILLINERY SCHOOL,
IN THE WORLD.
BUREAU OF DOMESTIC REQUIREMENTS,
1325 O HI. N. W.
Cooks, chambermaids, waitresses, nurses,
butlers; first class. 1
COR8ET SALEHWOMAN-Flrst-class; on
who understands tho best trade. Address
BOX IK. Times office. 1
COAT AND SKIRT IlANCS-Thoroushly ex
perienced. Apply JULIUS UAHF1NKLB
A CO.. llth snd K sts.
COOK 1507 Wisconsin ave. N. W.
DEMONHTRATOll-Experlenced lady, to ail
permanent position selling nrclrss cookers.
State age, references and experience that
win quality you tor in position, ixix :c,
UlltlJt-Iirlght, neat; 18 years of sge; aisle
clerks; good pay: splendid chance for pro
motion, tiy applying to II. W. Schaub. with
at. uoLuraBcnQ, 7tn and x. ats. N. w.
OIRL Colored, for general housework. 717
9th st. N. E.
OIRL for general housework. Apply 718 D
st. N. E. ,.
OIRL-Whne, to wslt on tsble and cham
bermaid In a family of two. stay nights:
bring references. 112 llth at. N. W.
OIRL To learn on cuatom vests; pay while
learning, am win ai. r.. v.; top noor.
GIRLS Ilrlght, neat; 14 years of age; floor
messengers; good iy and rapid promotion.
Apply to II. W. Schaub. with M. GOLDEN
REIIO. tth and K ata N. W.
GIRL Experienced, for coat Ironing ma
chine. Apply NATIONAL LAUNDRY CO.,
V 1'ierce at. w. vv. .,
GOOD COOK, laundreee. and general house
worker; family of 1 adulis; 118 per mscith;
muat atay nlghta; best city references; non
oiners ncea sppiy. uua ''m, nines oixic.
LADIES. LEARN BEAUTY CULTURE.
noon nositiona. utanoit inht. nr
BEAUTY OU1.TITRE. 910 F et. N. W.
POSITIONS secured and studenta prepared
ior wcm. ine tiitiia-KJlY.
enced m books and station
ery; good salaries and per
manent positions. Apply to
Supt., 1st floor, Palais
Royal, G and llth sts.
SALESLADY Apply 1508 Fourteenth street
8TENOaRAPIIY-I'ltman and Oregg; begin
ners and speed classes. Ask for rates.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP.
In Various Departments.
TYPEWRITINO-Tourh and sight; supplls
rurnuned The DItlLLERY.
WAITRESS-Whlte at the PITTSBURGH:
wiElIii ca ave. r.. vv. ,,
WOMAN-Settled nhlte. to nuraa child 1 year
old; atay nights; good home. Call after 8,
818 New Jersey ae. N. W. ..
WOMAN Colored, for general housework; 84
per ra. jiu i.tn m. n. in. ..
WOMAN Colored as dishwasher arid make
herself generally uaeful. 410 Ith st. N. W,
YOUNG 1.ADY to work In coltee store; write
goal nana ana be accurate at ngures: Stat
aalarv. which must be reasonable. BOX
211. Tlmea office. 1..
HELP WANTED MALE
BUSINESS and Civil Service courses, me
chanical drafting; English. The Drlllery.
BOY with wheel; must have references. 140!
L at. N. W. ,.
HOY Colored, to wssh bottles. 210 II st. N.
BOY wsnted for all round work; must have
references Apply 1118 Hth st. N. W. ..
BOY Colored, st once, to run errsnda; steady
work. 1609 17th st. N. W.
BOY with blcycieand "references. 811 Ith st.
N. W Room I.
BOYS Bright, active; 11 to 18 years; as toy
IwcKers; good pay ana cnance ror promo
tion. Apply to H. W. Schaub, with M.
GOLDEN HERO. Ith and K sts. N. W.
HOYB-S with bicycles. HM a day; steady
work Apply 717 llth at. N. W. DIMU
HOt Hth at. N. W.
COLORED MAN to attend boiler and work
around hotel at night; also colored waiter.
319 Pa. ave. N. W.
DRAFTINO AND ENGINEERING, taught at
nlaht (Meehunlcal. Architectural. Pstant.
Topographic. Structural), alto Talent Sjiecl-
ncatlon and Claim writing ana uenerai
Patent Practice, Ills demand ror trained
men. Write for Information. COLUMUIA
SCHOOL OK IJRAKTI.NO. McLachlen Bldg.
BLUVATOIl CONDI'CTORH-To experi
enced hotel; muat not be afrnld of work;
(alary HO per month and meals; stale sge
and experience. Addrtaa BOX :7, Times
IRHT CLASH 'job grinder and polisher,
JOHN A. QOTTSMAN, 1W Itcrc St. N. W,
THOfl. J. OWSM OM, AttctloMtrt.
rBITBrffVM .! . Hlttlis... ....
"-frTr." Hi Wuari"M
tlv vlrtua of a earfali. AmA It ... .a-,
recorded In Liber 84M at telle 48s. oaVif Si
land raoorda foe tha Diatrtet At riZLt2ZL
mwA at Ika r,w, Ik. I """'1
it th request of th party stewed
or th Drmlsa,asr WBDNn DAr7
iy of Decsmbsr. ltu, at I o'clock V. if
the following described land and premises
sttuais in th Ceusfy of Wssklngton. I the
DIstrift of Columbia, aitd distinguished as
Lot No. 88 la Bssars Ho, 8, "PsTwarth Ad.
djtlen te the City ot Vutilastoaas ser
plat recorded 10 tk sfSo of th Survorar
lor th District of Columbia ta UblrfJat
Terms of salst To b sold subject to a
prior first dd of trust-of . isThom
Saed of trust of 8874, the pay tat ot both
which MUM assumad by pureBasarVTha
purchas monsy over and above said daeda of
r . ; w: --.
trust to n
will ba raaul
paia in caan. a aasoait of nos
ilrod at the Urn of sat. Sla to
Ithln 18 days from day of sale
l elaaad within
or deposit forfsttsd,
EurahaMr' east. HUOH A. THRITT:
RUCB CLEVELAND, Trust, TH Union
THOMAS) DOWLINO A CO., AucUoaotrs .
va itawiar, jvvramvvr mo. iww. st i
o'clock a. m.. I will sail at public auction st
th Wbolosal o Producers' Market, llth sad B
streets northwest, condemned District horse
number 888. By order Commissioners. D. c.
M.'C HAHUItuvs, a-urcoasiag uinctr, u. c.
LINOTYPE Operators Two for night work on
booa ana taouiar raiw, nana dui nrst
elass union men need owi transportation
advanced. UNION PUBUSlllKO COMPANY,
Charleaton. W. Va.
MAN to do general clerical work; reference
required. Apply at one. WA811INQTON
NEWS CO.. 818 4th at. N. W, r
MEN to learn barber trade; new eratem;
amIm rw wMika raoulrod: WSSes after Seat
month; steady position guaranteed: v.rlt for
catalogue. MOLKR'S BARBER COLLEOB,
JOT uowery, wew lora nty. -
PAPEHItANOERS Two al one. Apply
8114 Georgia ave. N. W.
PREHSER and cleanar for tailor shop en la
dles' and gent's clothes; must b first-class
In cleaning and a good preaaer; steady jot,
to right man: 89 a weak th year round.
uva. hi, Time oincc.
IKJRTER-Honeat, with good references;
steady position. 114 llth St. a
SOLICITORA ggresstv and with atlcklng
powers. Apply Room 7:7, Muneay Uldg.
TAILORS ihorouahly axparlancad. oa wast-
en's coats. Apply
JULIUS UARFINKLB A CO.. llth sad t sts.
STENOGRAPHY Pitman and Gregg; taslly
learned, rapioiy written, -in tiruiary.
BODA MAN-Experlsnced, salary 87.
FLECK'S DRUQ STORE, 804 a St.
SPECIAL OFFER to the first Ova men en
rolling with us this week. NATL. AUTO
COLLEGE, 9th and O sts. N. W.; open until
9 p. re.
WANTED At 1821 llth St. N. W., two good
Filipino boys; one as cook, and one as
houseboy; must have references. Call after
WE JVB1SU A H MSN
to learn th automobile business and accept
positions paying from MO to 11M par msata.
Call and Inapect our das rooms.
AUTO ENO. COLLEOE Or WASH.,
1994 Hth St. N. W. l-
Hal and Female.
WANTED-Boys and Girls
for bundlewrappers; must
be 16 years of age or over.
Apply to Cashier, 4th floor,
- Palais Royal, G and llth
8 MEN AND 8 WOMEN-Ught ouUlda work:
can mak 13 to W par day. Call today,
8-7 p. m.; or 1-9 a. m.. Ill Pa. ave. N. W.
See MR. MBNTZ.
For prlv at Instructions In Orgg. .Pit an r 1
names itnortnana. lerms reaaonuw. t
writer st hom fre. Tl. Cbl. 1917.
1528 7TH STREET N. W.
Washington, D. C.
THE WHISKEY THAT MADE
SHERRIES, PORTS, Etc.
FULL LINE OF CHOICE WINES
We Cater Especially To
ORDERS DELIVERED TO
ANY PART OF CITY.
PHONE CALL N. 2499.
By skillful, wall experienced wauhmaksr.
AU rspalrs guaranteed. Claealsg. 8L
M. BLUUENFKLO. JEWELEB,
80lv MTU ST. PUONB COU TO,
DYERS AND CLEANERS
NEWPORT DTE WORKS.
Special attantlsn to ladles' work.
Kid Olovss cleaned. 8c.
MM P at. N. W Phone W. 1184,
C. T. HUNTER'S SANITARY DUST-KILL-INO
FIXIOR OIL contains ollum and wax.
Keeps the floors elesn and bright and elves
them a polished llnlsh. Qood for your fur
niture. Trv It. loe sal., dallvapad. VmmA h.
the U. 8. Qov't snd over 18.800 families for th
last Zd ears iu t-a. avs. n. w. at. m.
We have no D. C. agents and' not for sals at
any store. Wanted agent out of town.
Writ for terms. Read our clroular. Original.
LATEST dealgns of wall paper; work guar-
anteed; reaaonabts prices. IMPERIAL
WALL PAPER CO., 487 Q N. W. Ph. M. 7401.
PAPERHANQINO. M less than other Arm.
Phn Line. 8118, or drop postal far satt
mat. CHA8. R. UYSAN, 304 B. Cap. St.
THREE-DAT TREATMENT-ANT DISEA8B
OK THE BKIN-FROM PIMPLE TO EC-ZUMA-OR
SKIN CANCER. ALL CURABLE.
Bpeclallat. 1M8 H at. N. W. 1-
NOTICE TO LADIES
VI AVI SCIENCE OF HEALTH: natural.
non-surgical, cloth-bound 400-psg ,. bosk
free. Apply by mall, 111 Colorsdo Uulldlng.
'res lecture for women Wednsdsys al H88.
MADAM E. V KURTZ. Furrier. Purs
steamed snd remodeled I small muffs mad
Urge; plush coat steaming a specialty. All
work cuaranttsd. 1718 7th it. N. W. 1