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THE WASHINGTON TIMES: WEDNESDAY.' DECEMBER 4, 1912
FOR TWIN STARS
Sothern and Marlowe, in
, "Taming of the Shrew,"
In thtM dy pltyi are written for
the player. If he Is a atar, and are
made to fit like glove and sown, ac
centuating the line of work for which
he haa ability and dodging carefully
that which he cannot .do with any
But Shakeipeare lived many yeara
ago. and wrote "The Taming of the
Shrew," not for any particular nctor,
but a a play.
E. H. Sothern and Julia Marlowe
preeented It o clearly laat night at
the Beloaco theater before a capacity
audience that one who cannot remem
ber datea might eay that it had been
written for them. Thli for the player.
Everyone, of course, knowa the etory
of "The Taming of the Shrew," the
raoit fat-deal of the bard'a great work".
He knowi It la filled with clever line
aad situations, und that the character
are like all of Bhakeepeare' definitely
drawn and atanding out like diamond
In a necklace.
Sothern A Petracbi.
Mr. Sothern playa l'etruchlo. fierce,
jafous, domineering, who take upon
hltneelf the taek of ubdulng hta beau
tiful bride, who haa a frightful temper.
It I one of hi beet parte. He rulea
till bride with a hand of Iron, flyly
bestowing his evldencei of love when
her eyea are turned away. He nuke
one love Petruchlo who. If played by
some other actor, might be hated for
hla raving. And then, In the laat act,
when hi brtde'a temper haa been
broken, he greets her with lovo of tho
Ml Marlowe makes an ideal Katha
rine, beautiful, pert and self-willed.
Nature haa glvon her th beauty that
1 required, and. although It seoma
hard for her to make believe ahe haa
such a ferocious temper, ahe doea It
In the third act and the laat, when
aha come Into realisation that her hus
band la the master, and that It Is her
duty to aubmlt even so far as to call
the run the moon In broad daylight
Miss Marlowe plays at her best. Her
atrloe to wives, at the close of the last
aet, la a dramatic gem.
Costume At Rotable.
Othcra who add flavor to the delicious
farce are J. Sayre Crawley, who playa
Oremlo, and gives a great deal to a
decrepit old beau. Petruchlo'a servant,
drumlo. Is a comedy part delightfully
portrayed by Rowland Buckstone. Miss
Helen Hlnger. is Katharine's sister, tiul
Frederick Lewis, as Lueentlo, are
worthy of praise.
The costumes worn in "The Taming
of the Shrew" are authentic and are a
notable feature of the production. The
scenery In the four arts and eight
scenes is excellent. In tho second act
and the second scene of the laat act.
when the entire company I seen at a
wedding party and at a banquet, the
stage picture arc wonderful.
POLICE ARE TRAPPAD
BY CHINESE ON COAST
Two San Francisco Officers Are
Lured Into Gas-Filled
SAN FRANCISCO, Cat, Dec. 4
Chlneso gamblers lured two police of
ficers to Imprisonment In gas-fllled
chambers, leaving them to be asphyxi
ated. Each of the men carried a small
ax, and chopped holes through the walls
to obtain air and aid.
Corporal doff, the first victim, was
walking along when a Chinese brushed
by him and whispered, "Fight In Si
Without waiting to call his squad,
Ooff rushed to the club. He thrust
aside the doorkeeper. As the door swung
back he heard the bolt click, and simul
taneously the gaslight went out. Trying
the other door he found himself Im
prisoned in a narrow hallwarr seven
feet long, and found that gas was
rushing from Jets, which he could not
reach. After fifteen minutes' work with
hla ax he cut through the walla and
Officer Bailey was trapped similarly
In another club at almost the same
SHE'S DIVINE SARAH
At Least, Miss Mary Rigdon So
Imagines, and She Is
Obsessed with the Idea that ahe I be
ing puraued by a man, who ahe alleges
Imagines that ahe Is Sarah Bernhardt, a
girl giving her name a Mary Rigdon'
and her home a Harper's county, Md.,
wa arraigned In Police Court today on
a technical charge of assault and com
mitted to the Washington Asylum Hos
pital for examination as to her sanity.
Several physicians and lawyera who
have been- appealed to during the past
few days by the girl to protect her from
her Imaginary persecutor, were In court
ready to testify as to the defendant'a
Mlsa Rladon. who is a kood-looktnC
woman of about twenty-four yeara, was
gotten Itno court through a ruse carlred
out by Assistant United States Attornoy
Given. She went to a doctor's office by
appointment and a physician preferred
me cnarge againsi ner 01 assauii.
Saks & Company
Will Help the Poor
In accordance with their annual
iMiatnm fUlca A Co. will sive 100 over-
coats to the poor children of the city on
For more than a score of years this
firm haa signalised the holiday season
with this benevolence, and It has won a
high reputation through It practical
and effective manner of extending Its
bounty to the needy.
Jailed on Theft Charge.
nharMd with stealing a suitcase and
clothing from Ernest walker, hi room
mate, Daniel K. Halifax was arraigned
In the United states branch of the Po
lice Court today and through his attor
ney, Matthew k. O'Brien, demanded a
Jury trial. He was remanded to ji).
SERIQUS DECLINES SUSTAINED
THROUGH INDSTRIAL LIST
NEW YORK, Dec. 4. Insiders tried
hard to give the market a firm ap
pearance at the opening. Her and
there evidence of a rally were no
ticed, but they did not extend to ma
terial proportions. London order
showed fairly good ton and bought
freely, although there waa1 a sus
picion that the orders had bean ent
from thli aide to give tb list a send
But the effort failed a the e
Ion advanced and before the end
of the Tint hour all semblance of
holding the Industrials had passed
off, and they were under pressure
from holder who were liquidating
atd from bear who found their
pounding successful and ware en
couraged thereby to renewed effort.
The Union Pacific-Southern Paclflo
decision has demonstrated to the Street
that the Sherman law Is effective and
the most rapid bull has decided that the
trusts must go. Thla was further ac
centuated by the prosecution, and with
criminal Intent, if possible to make It
so. of the Hattford and New Haven
Orand Trunk official.
Holder of securities In Industrial
have oome to the conclusion that liquid
ation was a wise movement and they
threw overboard everything on the long
American Can common was the leader
in the stump. The director declared
a dividend of lHon the pref erred stock
an Increase to a 7 per cent basis. A divi
dend of W of I per cent on the preferred
back dividend of which H per cent
I now due, wa declared. Everyone
was dlsguated, a at least 2 per cent
Today's New York Stock Exchange Prices
ttsotatlsas faralsses sy W. B. HIM a Co.. SMmbers of wew Tom Stash
iMin. Wsshlastaa ak Ksehans. d rhroago Basra f Trade. HlbW Batistas).
Amal. Copper S3H UH
Am. Beet Sugar eom. MH Mtt
Am. can. com jtw a
Asa. Can. pfd 181 I19H
Am. c. pay, torn tM m
Asa, Cot. Oil com 6 MU
Am. IccBecur 19 UH
Am. Loco, com 4SH MH
Atn.Smelt ft Ref.com TS TH4
Am. Tobacco pfd.... 106 105
Am. Woolen pfd 114 MH
Anaconda Copper tlH 41 H
U I Htt
120H 1 1RH
45 I 4&H
42 I 42
84 I 88
15 I 1&H
IUH 1 IMH
45 I 45W
34 I SM4
115H 1 115U
27 I 27U
40 I 41
72 I 7SH
HOW I UIM
California Oil com.
Cent. Leather ansa.
Cola Fuel 4k Iron..,
. U H
Con. Oe. N. T. 142 141H
Com Prod. Rf.,eom. UM 1&H
General Bleotrt. US 1BH
Great North. Or 45 45
Inter. Harvester 1I0H 1I8H
National Bis., com..
National Lead. com.
Pao MallBtmp ,
Peoplea Oas of Chi. .
Pre. 8. Car, com.
. 60 UK
. 84 24
. 36H 3CH
Rep. L ft 8. com 27 27
Re. I. ft 8., pfd M 87H
Tenn. Copper 4 OH 40
U. a Rubber, com MU M
C.8. Bteel, com 72 IIH
U.S. Steel, pfd 1I0H HOH
Utah Copper 63H 3H
Va. Car. Cham., coolMi 44H
West Union Tel 7M4. TSK
West'bous Else. MllH MH
Ateh. Convert. 4.... 1M 104
C.B. ft Q. Joint 4a.... H 5H
C.R.I. ft Psc. 4'B OoH 65i
Int. Metro, 4fcV fOH (OH
U. Pac. Con. 4' 101 101
O. B. Bteel 2d 6'a UIM 101 Vi
6M4 I M
I0H I SOH
101 1 101
IUH I IMH
Republicans Win in Six and
BOSTON, Dec. 4.-N0 upsets in the
license vote were recorded In the four
teen Massachusetts cities which held
elections yesterday. In all of these, ex
cept Taunton, mayors were elected, one
of the principal fights being In Now
Bedford, where Charles 8. Ashler was
re-elected for his sixteenth term. In
cities where national party llneH pre
vailed, six Republicans were successful
and two Democrats. Progressives en
tered the fight In Plttsfleld, Qulncy,
and Waltham, but met with no success
except In Qulncy, where they elected
two councllmcn at largo.
The cities remaining In the no-llcensa
column are Qulncy and Waltham, while
vail Rivr. Pltr-hhuri-. Gloucester. Hav
erhill. Holyoke. Marlboro, New Bedford.
Northampton, Plttsfleld, and Sprlngfleld
went for license by practically the same
majorities as in ine lasi election.
The fleht for school committeemen
In Fall River furnished the most In
teresting contest, iu.wu women casting
votes. Democrats won two or tlwi
Eight mayors were re-elected Frank
O. Hardy (Citizen), In Fltchburg; Ed
win H. Moulton (no designation), In
Haverhill; John B. White (Rep.), In
Holyoke; J. Henry Gleason (Rep.), In
Marlboro; Charles 8, Ashley (no desig
nation), In New Bedford; William II.
FelLer (Rep.), in Northampton; Eugene
R. Stone (Rep.), in Qulncy, and Patrick
J. Dunn (Dem.), In Waltham.
Mayor Edward II. Lathropo (Dem.),
of Sprlngfleld, who sought a third
term, lost to his Republican opponent,
Jnhti .A Denlson. Othsr mayors elected
were James H. Kay (Rep.), In Fall
Kiver; uurry u. roster (no designa
tion). In Gloucester, and Patrick 7.
Moore (Dem.), In Plttsfleld.
NEWPORT. R. I Dec. 4,-WHIIam
MacLeod, twenty-nine years old, nomi
nee for mayor of Newport, champion
of the fashionable summer colony, was
elected mayor of Newport over his
sixteen times successful competitor,
Patrick J. Boyle, by 300 plurality.
Minister to Talk on
Sunday School Work
"The Sunday School Teacher and his
Bible" la the subject of an address to
bo given by the Rev. Charles Wood, of
the Church of the Covenant tonight at
7:30 o'clock In the First Presbyterian
Church. The address Is given under the
auspices of the Training Alumni Asso
ciation and all Sunday School workers
are Invited to attend. N, J, Brum
baugh Is president of tb executive committee.
extra wa expected. Can common broke
from sTl to ayj and made alight recov
ery. The preferred broke 3 points.
Copper lost 2 points, Smelting 3U,
Lead, 2. Anaconda . Bteel common U4,
and the .Industrial list other than Pe
trollum shares waa lower.
The bulla put up a much better fight
In the rails than In the industrial, but
the weakness elsewhere gave the bears
the beat of It, and the levels gradually
reached a tower range with the recov
eries restricted. ......
Union Paclflo moved up H. but It loat
thla and a point additional. Southern
Pacific, on' the other hand, waa aup
ported In Its prospects and gained
nearly two polnta. but did not hold full
betterment. Reading waa a participant
In the weakness, losing a point, but
came back H. ....
Losses of Hfjm were euetalned In
Great Northern. Nipper, Cheeapake and
Ohio, Louisville and Nashville, Intor
boro and elsewhere In the rails.
The Ouaranty Trust Company haa se
cured another 1600,000 gold.
Railroad earning continue favorable.
During October the Hocking Valley
system increase net revenue Itt.Oll. .
Louisville and Nashville, had an In
crease In operating revenue of tMS,lS,
but net decreased B11.415.
Central of New Jeraey paid a dividend
of 2 per cent and an extra or special
of 2 per cent.
Regular dividends wore declared by
Interboro, American Tobacco, and
American Smeltera escurrtle.
In the non hour the bear undertook
to take a few profit and recoveries of
tt to of a point were noticed through
out the rail and many of the indua
trlala, but the gain waa not well held.
' lr Tea
Rlsli. Law. p.m. dote
At T. ft & Fa. 0001107 1MH 106H I tWH
Atlantic Coait Lin.. IMH MBH IMH 1 140
Bal. ft Ohio. eom....iotH iojw io5H 1 108
Brook. Rap. Tran... (1H 1H MH I 1H
Canadian PaetOe MM 284H IMH 1 28ft
Che, ft Ohio 11H BOH It I 82
CM. ft O. W, com... 17 17 17 I ITU
Chi. ft N. W, COM. IJJHI27H1STH 1138
CttUsltP., OOH15H 114H IllHI 1I5H
Del.. Lak..Wet....5il 50 641 I
Erie, Mm 28H 83H 82HI 82H
Cri. 1st Pfd UH CO 50 I cm
O. North . pfd 128 IMS 137 1 127
Inter. Met. com UVi IIH HH I W4
Inter. Met. Pfd MH 82 83HI 84H
Kan. C. &. com 2?H 27H 21S I
L. ft Nash .- I45H145 145 I
Leblgb Valley I74U I72M 171H 1 174
M. K. T. com. H 2IH 28 I
H 8 P ft S B M, conJtJH I41H 142H I ttt
Mlseourl Paolo 43H 42n 42H I 43H
N. T. Cent Hud. R..113S 113H 113U I 111
Northern Paolnc 124 123 I23HI123H
Norfolk ft WeeUrn. . 41 JH lis 113 I M4
Pennaylvanla 42SH IHH 12tH 1 123H
Reading com.., 172H 170H 17IHI171H
Rock Island com 24H 24H 24H I 24H
Rock Island pfd WH 48 I H
UL L. ft B. Id. pfd 31H 30H 30H I 3IH
Joutb. Pao. cam 400H 107H 107H I I07H
south.' RalL com 29H 2IH 2SH I MH
South. RalL pfd 31H IIH IIH I 81H
Union Pac. com I70H let 109 1 170H
Ublin Pac pfd MH 3 93 .1 WW
Wabash com 4M 4H 4HI 4
Wabash pfd I8W 13H WW I 14H
Western Maryland... IIH MH WW I KH
LEADERS OF 1. 1. W.
PROMISE AID FOR
Carnegie Steel Company
Employes Urge Workmen
to Aid Their Fight.
JITTSBURGH, Pa., Dec 4Tralnmo:i
still on strike at the Braddock and
Homestead mills of the Carnegie Steel
Company todav awaited tho result of
their plea to workmen from the Rank
In, Braddock and Homestead mills, that
they Join In a sympathetic strike.
Arture Glovannlttl, recently acquitted
at Salem, Mass., of Inciting murder
during the Lawrence textile strike, has
been asked to 'come to Homestead and
nddress the strikers. Efforts also will
be mada to secure William p. Haywood.
Ixicsl representatives of the Industrial
Workers promised to bring the whole
speaking and organizing force of the
bodv into the district to help the strik
ers If the workmen will walk out and
help the trainmen In their battle.
The Braddock plants are reported to
be normal today; many of the men have
returned to work. The Homestead
mills, however, are still tied up,
WHO'S CRAZY NOW ?
"ALL," SAYS COURT
Judge Mullowny Qualifies as an
Alienist in Case of
' That everybody In the world la crasy
waa an opinion expressed by Judge Mul
lowny, In the United States branch of
the Police Court today, which made all
the court room alt up and think. After
he had aroused the Intorest of the court
assemblage, from the erudite members
of the bar to the lowest types of vaga
bonds, the court qualified hla statement
by saying "every man Is crazy because
no man Is sane unless be la perfect,
and a perfect man haa not yet betn
The court'a statement regarding the
sanity of mankind was mode during a
case Involving the theft of a young pig.
Thomas Boston, colored,, nas the de
fendant, and the evidence was such
that the court was convinced ho waa
guilty of tho offense.
Attorney Peyton, for the defendant
tried to explain to the "ourt that It
was possible that the wltnrHis hud
seen another man and another pig. Tho
court asked Peyton If he (Peyton)
thought the court was crazy, and then
dellvercqd his opinion on the Imperfect
mentality ot manning.
Favors Penny Postage.
Fenny postage within the limits ot
any city is tho proposal made in n bin
Introduced In the Senate by Senator
Penrose ot Pennsylvania yesterday.
BO JB IN REQUEST
WITH POTOMAC 5'S
LEADING THE LIST
Stock Operations Limited to
Small Odd Lot
Buatneaa Improved again on the local
Exchange, but the transaction were
chletky In bonds, stocks finding little
ravor, savo with Investors wno seem
Perfectly willing to hold what they
nave, but unwilling to tako on any
Stqck trade were practically entirely
on the smsll lot order, ten (hare be
ing the maximum recorded.
Potomao Consolidated t'a, because of
the fact that investor like them, and
because of their yield, were favored,
ROSO face value selling at 100H, night
tterment from the laat previous quo
tation. A small lot of Capital Traction B's
sold to 110, the highest for some
days. Washington Railway t's, 83H;
Columbia Railroad 5's, 101.
Bmall lots of Mergenthaler sold at
324H to 228. Lanston, the regular divi
dend being declared yesterday, sold at
A little American Security and Trust
at 206. and United States Trost at 140,
completed tho transactions.
A glance through the quotation Hat
will not Indicate any changes of mate
From the nature of the responses so
far received, It Is ovldent that the ag
gregate depoalts of tho banka of tho
city will ahow a moderately heavy fall,
Bid and Ashed on
U. S. Rag. 2s 10014 101H
u. s. Coupon 7 wri iois
U. & Reg. re
, lozft iH
U. 8. Coupon 2s
U. R. Reg. 4'a
U. S. Coupon 4'a
Georgetown Oas B's
Washington Gas 5's
, 113H 11
Cap. Traction R. R- 6'a UOtt 111
niy A: uuDuroan es
Columbia It It B's
Columbia It R. 6'a
Metropolitan R. R. 5'a
Wash. Ry. & Klec. 4'h
Wash. Alex. & Mt V. B's...
Potomac Rlec. Con.. l'...
Potomac KIpc. Lt., 5'h
C. & P. Telephone 6'
Amer. Tel. ft Tclga. 4'a
N. ft W. Stntunboat B's
Rlssts Realty 7s (oLns)....
, 103 1WH
Rlgg Realty 6'a (short) 1014 103
PUBLIC UTILITY STOCK
Caoltal TracUon 123H 123
Wash. Ry. & Elec, com KG k0
wasn. m st dec. pia..
Wash.-Va. Rwy. com...
N. ft W. Steamboat
Georgetown Gaa ,
Amer. Tel. ft Teles
rrPR MACHINE flTOUKS
Mergenthaler Linotype 234H
Lanston Monotype 91H
Greene Cananca 9V4
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS.
American Nat Bank 175
Capital National Bank no
Columbia Nat. Bank 20
Commercial Nat. Bank..., 307
District Nat. Bank 143
Far. ft Mech. Nat. Bank 255
Lincoln Nat. Bank IBS
Metropolitan Nat. Bank 209
Rlggs Nat. Bank M0
Second Nat. Bank ll
Nat Bank of Wash 250
TRUST COMPANY STOCKS.
Amer. Sec. ft Trust 304
National Bav. ft Trust 265
Wash. Loan A Trust 230
United States Trust 140
SAVINGS BANK STOCKS.
Citizens' savings Bank 20
Home Bavlngs 325
Union Savings 24
Bank of Com. ft Sav laVi
East Wash. Sav. Bank It
FIRE IN8URANCE STOCKS.
Arlington Fire Insurance.
Corcoran rire insurance.
Firemen's Fire Insurance
Franklin Fire Insurance.
Ger. Amer. Fire Ins
Nat Union Fire ins ,
Pniomae Fire Insurance .
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Columbia Title Insurance.... 4H
Real Estate Title ins vs
Chapln Sack.... 160
D. C. Paper Mfg. Co 135
Urapho com 6314
Grapno pru 77i
Mercn. 'xrana. ana storage ... 110
Bccurlty Storage ....1
Wholesale Frodace Market
Else Nearby freih, SSUlOc; southern, 408
Chess New York, new, He lb.; fist SOc.
Butter Elfin print, 3c per lb.; tub, 3So
per lb., process; iOc per lb.
Llvs Poultry Hens. Kc lb.; roosters, He
per lb.; turkeys, lUMJo par lb.; ducks, 11 a
lie per lb.; chicken Urge, !e; medium,
lie per lb.
Pressed roultry Turkeys. 17011c per lb. I
hens, Utllc per lb.; ducks, 17a per lb.
chickens, UOlSc ner lb.
Oraen Fruits California oranges, 14.74 per
box; lemons. M.U94M per box; pine,
apples, per cratet lz.OO0i.SO; Flortte srasa.
fruit, 'MM per Dor: naw applss; ILKO
11.70 per bbl.i peaches, tl.eo.
Meats Dressed Usblwaltht pork, lie per
lb.; heavier, MUc per lb. 1
Vesetablea Potatoes, Wo par bu. ; celery, Us
tier dosens yams, ll.OOei.Si per bbl.; onions,
too per crate; cabbage, soeua per 100 lbs.;
lettuce, lioeel.40 per basket; beets, I1.00Q
tl.30 per 100 bunches; squash. lOo bbl.; sweet
potatoes. I1.00Q1. W per bbl.; lima beans, 14c
Her Hens Lay Eggs
To Save Their Lives
WINSTED, Conn., Deo. 4.-Mrs. Heze
klah Allen, of Reynolds Bridge, advises
poultry owners to be kind and to talk
to their hena if they want the birds to
Mrs. Allen's hen had been taking a
three-week vacation from egg laying.
One morning recently, while they wure
partaking of a warm breakfast, she.
told them If they did not start laying
she would cut their heads off.
One of the flock left Its breakfast,
went to Its nest and laid, and since then
several othera have atarted laying.
HBBGENTHAI.ER X.INOTYPK CO.
A rerulsr quarterly dividend of. Hj per
vmni auu ail v.ir uimu.hh u. .n (, v.ni on
tho capital stock of Merfentheler Linotype
(bmunv will ba natd on December 11. ill.
to the stockholders of record as they appear
at the close of business on December 7, 1112.
Tne Traniier iiook wiii noi vm ciosea.
rRXD'K J. WAR8URT0N, Treasurer.
UNITED STATES IS
THIRD IN STRENGTH
France I Running Republic
Close in Building of
The united State atands third among
the naval powers of tho world. Great
Britain ranking first and Germany sec
ond. The English naval strength Is as
great a that of any three European
power. France I the nearest rival ot
the United State, and la building rap
Idly, especially dreadnaughts. She now
ha aeven on the way.
The tonnage of the several nations,
as shown In a chart Issued yesterday
by the Bureau of Naval Intelligence,
Navy Department, follows:
United States 898,345
Japan l. 613.7J4
The sea strength of tho United States
navy comprises thirteen dreadnaughts,
twenty-five battleships, eleven armored
cruiser, fifteen cruiser, fltty-slg de
frayers, twenty torpedo boats, forty
seven submarines, and four coast de
'Cats Guard Body.
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 4.-81 cat,
standing guard over the body of their
mistress, fought off the notice until two
of their number were killed.
If You Have
during the preaent year you will
have money for Christmas. If not.
you should profit by tho lesson
learned and start an account In our
SAMB HATE at latere paid am
both large aad 1111 accounts.
National Savings and
Tor. IStb and N. Y. Ave.
15 r 8T. N. W.
Co-operative Building Association.
SAVE WHILE THE
Who can tell what the futuro
haa In store. Provide for the fu
ture now by systematic saving
through tne uquuauie.
Shaies can be taken at any time
in the 64th issue.
Shares, 2.5o Each.
John Joy Edsnn, President.
Ellis Ppear, Vies rreaMtnt.
Terry It. Turpln, 2nd vice Treatment.
Frank P. Itteslde, Secretary.
New York Stock Esebaas.
Waahlnston Stock Exebaaaa,
Chlcase Board of Trada
oufbt and sold en earns
favorable tarma a ws oejsr
ler tradlns In New York
stocks and bond.
The Safest Investments
Are these that 4s not fluctuate durln dls-
Jurbsd conditions of the money or stock mar
lata. First deed of trust notes (first mort.
aass. well aecured oa real estate In the
District of Columbia, constitute "slltdse"
Investments. They do not depend upon the
flnsnclal svsponslbfllty ot Individuals or cor
poration for their stability, and ars exempt
from tssstlon as personal property. We can
sspply such Investments In amounts from
MOO upward. Send for booklet. "Concernln
Loans and Investments."
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more times minimum charge, 12
cents per insertion.
TALK TO THE TOWN
THROUGH THE TIMES.
Asqulth's Pharmacy, ill 14th st.
isiona J'narmacy-, sra u sis.
ChrlstUBl Pharmacy. 7th 14 st.
Concord Pharmacy, Ull H. II. are.
fay at wo., wn at u sis.
Uay-s Pharmacy. 11th Park road,
Duftey's Pharmacy; th aad N eta.
DuRajra Pharmacy, Und Pa, avs.
Umerald Pharmaer. 4th A Bfass. Ava.
Ueldenbsrars IMpt. Store. 7th K st.
tiarvara rnarmscv, uw ai tiarrara ia
Henry Pharmacy, zmd N st.
lllnes Pharmacy, New Jersey are. aV Q at,
Howard Pharmacy. 14th W eta.
Button Hilton, 22nd s L sts.
Xann. ., Bona Co.. IXpt gtor. Ma st
Koas Pharmacy, 7th st. 4k Pis. are,
Maltby'a Pharmacy. 1147 Calvert St.
Msttlnlys Pharmacy, 14th 4k L sts.
Mayer's Pharmacy, rla, avs. A Mb at.
Nichols Pharmacy, lHh ft Pa. av.
O'Donnell'e Pharmacy, Ith ft P sts.
Pettier Pharmacy, ssi Oeorsla av.
Pearson's Pharmacy, ltth ft rla. av.
Reh's Phsrmaey, 7th ft B sts.
nhoda Island Pharmacy, 1st ft B, I. av.
Booty's Pharmacy. North Out. ft U sts,
Simpson's rbarmacy, 7th ft R Ms.
Taylor ft Lamb, North Capt. ft K. L av
Times Sub matlen, 4itt II st.
Ttmc Bub Station. 1IM T St.
Van Sant Pharmacy, tin ft P sts.
Velteh's Phsrmaey. 20th ft at sts.
Wagner's Pharmacy, 1st ft 11 sts.
Union Station (Chrlatlsnl Phsr.t
milliter's Phsrmaey, N. Cap. ft R sta
Sutler, th st. ft Stanton place.
eerss J. Oelier. 4th ft B sts.
Laddon's Pharmacy, 1200 Fla. avs.
Umb ft Tllden. 11th ft E. Cap. sts.
Model Pharmscy, th ft II sts.
MeCheaney ft Joachim, 2nd ft B sts.
Ns York Avenue Pharmacy, N. T, ave. ft
N. Cap. at
Powell. A. E.. Ith ft E. Cap.
Tyrea's Pharmacy, ltth ft K sts.
Times Sub Button. CI II st.
Arth ft Co., U Pa. av.
nerkley. 424 1st at.
Burrows' Pharmacy, ltth ft Pa. av,
Emrlch, Uth ft Pa. ave.
r-aleoner. 1111 Uth st.
lawklns, 4th at. ft Va. ave.
Lincoln Park Phsrmaey, Uth 4k S. Cap.
Nay ft Co., Pa. ave. ft Mh st.
o'Donnelt. Id st. ft Pa. av.
Pltser, Ith E. cap.
Roach Drug Co , Ith aad O sts.
Waller, tin ft Era sta '
Times Sub station. Ith ft K sts.
Times Sub Sutton. 1U O St.
Klsenbelas' Pharmacy, 7th ft B sts.
Puller, W. C, 401 1st St.
Harrta. Ird ft P ats.
Lynham's Pharmacy, 1711 414 st,
Times Bub BUtlon. 41 4H at.
Koester. It. B., Ild ft If sts.
Times SubiUtlon, net at at.
Weller' Pharmacy, IW U it
Union ft Nelson, Urookland. D. C.
flury'a Pharmacy, Nichols ave. ft W St.
Times Sub Station, 307 Nichols ave.
Sonneman, T. A., Chevy Chaae.
J, R. Calon, Prince ft Royal sU.
TALK TO THE TOWN
THROUGH THE TIMES
FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN
THE CAPITOL HILL DINING ROOM Is the
placo Hhrrn you set the best lunch for llo
and eprlal dinner for :6c. Com and be
CAPITOL DINING ROOM. K Pa. ave, S. E.
Tr.i..b"1 SL WLLY MADISON CHOCO-
IATES. They're dellclua and vary nour-
lahlnc. 7M Uth et. N. W. Phone M. (114.
Teu Will Oet a Correctly Pitted
aissa aad For Less Money by
CUIUS on Oiir EYE RPECLtLUT.
No Chsras for CoaaulUUoa.
Children's Eye a Specialty.
.. Hours: 10 to 4.
CHRISTIANI DRUG CO,
428 0th Street N. W.
THE PLOOD DOES IT ALL.
BOOKLET on DHUOLESS HEALING, that
cures Locomotor-Ataxia, Brtsht' Disease.
Paralyrls, llheumatlim, Aathma. Insomnia,
Neurasthenia, after ItEUKP la DENIED
Ot: eUenhere. IIOOKLET and CONSUL
TATION PUKE. IMDY Aaalatant. Hours,
10 to I: Sunday, 11 to I. Prof. H. N. D.
PARKER, 103 Ith St. N. W. Se my bit
m nciej uvxi jsionaay. -
MADAM E. V. KURTZ. Purrler. Purs
steamed end remodeled; smsll muffs msde
Isrso; plush coat steamlnr a specialty. AU
ork suaranleed. 1714 7th at. N. W. !
LOST AND FOUND
IJhT Purnlluro caulogue on Uth st. car
U33 Ulh st , lteward l
LOST Gold puree on December 2 In lax I cab
on ay from Union Station to HI) Ithode
Island ae. IteMard. ,.
LOMT A brlndle and hlte bull dos; male;
.ii.'i, inn. j.iucrai reward, izn w St.
N. V. I..
;x)RT-Saturday. lady's patent leather shoe.
cloth Ion. 7fh.N'ntv Y1 a- !..
...,, ,r,i i.- "-..
rtf ast iiiq 7i-aai,ui.
POUND Tao photos. 5 pins. 1 pair (lasses.
4 packages, 1 aultcase, 1 shawl, I bills. 1
bracelets. 1 scarf, 1 piece of fur, 2 books.
2 pocketbooks, I umbrellas, 2 pair sloea 1
(i.at 1 ranA H'lUlltl..rlVt,, wn,n.i..?
UNION h7aTI0n" '"" a.i.
ORA FIELD nelle Masssjrs. Face
u"a ajjsjs mnj scalp Treatment.
AND ASSISTANT. 7fll II stTnw.. 2d 00?
MISS JAMURON, manicure, face maassso
und scalp treatment. 1304 O at. N. W., 2d
lloor front. Hours from 10 a. m. to I p. m.
MISS WELLS .ANI? ASSISTANT.
Treatment. M0 N. Y. ave.. Id Boor. Hrs. StolT
MILLINER Artistic, stylish, 'home, out;
moderate, feathers cleaned, curled, dyedi
hat frames. Main 7M. 1010 Eye st N. W.
MTSS f!ATN manicurino and
juaoo va-im bcalp treatment.
711 7th st N. W.. Apt L l'h. Main 7124.
Mala nd Female.
Beginners and speed clssses. Daily sessions
s to 4; every evening 7 to a. New menage
ment; modern courses; ssk for rates. TffQ
DRILLKIlY. 1100 New York Ave.
DBMONHTllATOHS-Ooocl appearance for
the best paying proposition ever offered;
111 weekly. Call today. 124 Heckman st, se.
STENOGRAPHY PUPILS WANTED-For
private Instructions In Gregg. Pltinsn or
Barnes Shorthand. Terms reasonable. Type
writer at homo free. Tel. Col. 2337.
HELP WANTKD in ALL DEPARTMENTS.
BUltGUBS HOTEL AC1KNCY,
603 10T1I ST. N. Wj 1
BTENOOHAPHER-Bxpert .desires evening
work, coplng. etc. Tel. Col. 2937.
WANTED Position ss bookkeeper; have had
experience. E. 11., BOX 213, Times office.
WATCHMAKER and aalesmsn; sober, mar
ried; wants a steady position. BOX 171,
Times office 1
EXPERIENCED capable woman, managing
houiekerper or care taker for Invalid; best
reference. Address D 1719 13th st. N. W,
WANTED Washing, by two first-class laun.
dresses; excellent work; satlsfsclton guar
anteed. 1151 1st st. N. W. i
WANTED Washing, by a reliable laundress
who will do necessary mending. 40 N. Y.
WANTED Washing, by a thoroughly relia
ble colored laundreas; tine work. 105 o
at. N. W. V
APPRENTICES to learn FTeoeJi dresscat.
tint, dnssmsklns, deslnlac and mllllMtyi
tSSS positions famished after learala. NEW
t OWC MIuTlNEnY ACADEMY, lift O St.
WOODWARD & LOTHROP
Require the Services of
10 to 18 years of age as lav
specters and wrappers.
CORSET . SALESWOMAN-Flrst-clsss! c
who imdrafu9H fh. - ' tMrf.
wa es. Times ernes.
CKAMBBRMAIO-WAITRMNI (colored) for
Pennsylvania. 120; fara riven i other halo
wanted; this city, lwi New York av.
ExDerienced Tvoewriter and
Stenographer. Apply Office,
4th floor, PALAIS ROYAL,
Apply 21 th at.
OIRL for chamberwork aad eleaalnc. Apply
izts nn sc n. w. ,.
GIRLS White, neat, 1 to U years ot se,
u aisle clerks: sood pari spleodld chance
for promotion. Apply H. W. 8CHAUB,
OOLPENPERO'g, 7tb and K M. W. -T
HOUSEMAID AND WAITRESS Comostant.
reliable! references required; so bom at
menu. Apply irvt w st. n, w., ener T
p. pi. ..
HELP WANTED to so to New Yorks faro
lly ef two. UB K st, N. W.
Permanent position. Apply
HECHT & CO.,
511 to 517 7th st. N.W.
LEARN HAIRDRES8INO. facial mSSS,
scalp treatment; complete course taught for
III; colored. N. V. NATLOR, MC74th st.
frEAMSTRESs-oood. en that ha worked
with Brst-elass dreseraaksr.
to inn at. N. vr.
WOODWARD ft LOTHROP.
In Various Departments.
WOMAN-Colored. to wash bottlee; wan
per week. Apply 8TORE. Ill V at. N. W.
WOMAN Eiperlenced, to cook in boarding
houae. 171 Maryland ave. N. E. ..
WOMAN Youn colored for aeneral house
work. Apply 407 L st. N. W. L.
BARBER for Saturday; food wages. Kt Pa.
vo. . w. -
BOYS, with wheels. I1.M day; stsady
work: over IS yeara. DIME ME8SENOEII
SERVICE. 717 Uth St. N. W. I-
DOY to work In
)Y to work In grocery store; one with
rheel preferred. Apply to OLBEROER, IWt
at. NV W.
DOY about II to do fensrsl work (col-
oraai. ins Tin sl n. w. i..
DOY-Colored. about II Apply at HUY-
LKR'B. 12th and F at. N. W.
BUSHELMAN Espertenced, at once : good
wsses; ataady work, net L at. N. W.
BUSHELMAN on ladles' aad gentlemen"
clothes, 1104 14th N. W. Apply at oaca,
CLERK Single, with moderate habit; state
apirianc. okmj 9, tiroas oipcc. -
Drapti.no and enoinberino tauabt at
night (Mechanical, Architectural. Palaat,
Topographic Structural), also Patent Spool-
ncauoa ana Claim wntituT and General
Patent Practice. Bis demand for trained
men. Writ for Information. COLUMBIA
SCHOOL or DRAFTING. McLachlsn bids.
ERRAND BOY Colored, at oacel stsady
wvra. iw inn at. n. w.
EHRAND BOY-Colorsd; with wheel. 41 T
si. m. w., iioom is.
HOUSEMAN Colored: understanding milk
ing; married man preferred; HO and cottage.
1011 New York ae. N. W.
JEWELRY SALESMAN at once; must have
good reference; flrst-clsss pay. KAIIN
OPTICAL CO.. I2S 7th St. N. W.
LADIES' TAILOR-Flrst-cuus, at once. 1107
L si. n. w. 1..
MAN Colored, handy with tools, must be
strong and not afraid of hard work. Call
at store 114 F at. N. W. Bring reforane.
MAN Colored, to wait on table and run
furnace; bring written reference; wages 120.
KARR1CK A METCALF. 1IOI Eye St7
OFFICE BOY familiar with operating tele-
pnone awiicn Doaru: musi lurnisn rersr
snees. Apply Oolden A Co., Wl La. ave. nw.
PRESS Kit and run errands; steady work.
EC34 11th st. s
Experienced In Men's Furnishings and
Kinks Apply before 10 a. m., EM
WOODWARD & LOTHROP
STOCK SALESMEN of ability for well es
tsbllehed company; large commissions paid,
dive experience. Address BOX 111, Lynch
Stock Boys and Bundle
Wrappers. Apply to Cashier,
4th floor, PALAIS ROYAL,
G and 11th st. N.W.
Schoolboys, Attention I
Are you ever ten year ef age? Do
you want to have a paying business
of your own srter school hours! Da
you wsnt to show your fsther and
mother what kind ot atuft you are
made of 7 Then start right now. by
Jetting yourself a Times touts. Let'
alk It oer at The Times after school
hours or on 8sturdsy. start where
most of our greatest men started
Start todsy. now Is your greatest
chsnes. Call at tbs Circulation De
partment of Ths Washington Tims
today after school.
The Washington Times will finance
J'ou to start. All the capital you need
s the willingness to work.
2 TINNERS and 2 experienced helper.
JOHN J. CUCAKT. 2117 O St. N. W. 1..
IJ0 WEEKLY for taking orders for-CUT
RATE GROCERIES. OUTFIT FREE,
BUG Alt, 4c. Eery thing cut rates. Experi
ence unnecessary. STANDARD MERCAN
TILE CO., Esst Ith St., Cleveland, Ohio.
WANTED Boys for floor
service and bundle wrappers.
Must be 16 years of age. Good
salary and permanent posi
tion. Apply to C. O. Norris,
Lansburgh & Bro's.
YOUR LAST CHANCE to take sdvsntase of
uur special offer to lesrn ths auto business
Call st once. NATIONAL OUTO COLLEOal
Ith and O N. W. Open until p. m,
YOUNO MAN with soma experience la bot
tling. Apply 1114 ltth St. N. W. ..
O-IRLS White, neat. II yeara of as, a
phone msssenserai seed pay sad rapid pro
motion. Apply H. W. BCHAUB. at OOIr
DKNBKRO'fi. 7th and K N. W.
OIRL for housework.
AUCTION SALES '-.'
num. j. imm ft eon, -nuiwir'
purchase raonay ever aad a
treat, to be said la cash.
will Be feature at ue Has f sal. Bala ta
be closed wlthla U day Cram day eTaala
lay trara day
or deposit forfeited.
SUPREME COURT OP THE DISTRICT OP
COLUMBIA. Holdlns ProbaU Court. No.
IrtU. Administration. Tl u la alv noUeei
That the subscriber, ot the District of Co
lumbla, ha obtained from the Probsto Court
of the District ef Columbia. Lallan at it.
ministration on the estate of Philip J. Tracer.
ate or ine instnci or uoiuniMa, m-tand.
All parson aavlns claim asalast the de
ceased are hereby .warned to exhibit the
same, with the voucher thereof, legally au
thenticated, to the subscriber, on or before
the 2nd day of December, A. D. lril; other,
wis they may by law b aaeluded (ma all
benefit of said estate. Olven under my hand
thla 2nd day of Dseember, Ull. BEULAH E.
BEllJSR. si 10th at. N. E. (Seal) Attaati
JAMES TANNER. ReaisUr of Wills for the
District of Columbia. Clerk of the Probate
Court. A. E. SHOEMAKER, Attorney.
HELP WANTED MALE
Tounc maa wanted be
tween fi and St rar of
ace aa Bolloitera. Salary
and commlBBon. Splen
did opportunity for
af reaslv man. Apply
ROOM. 717 Uunaey
FOR RENT ROOMS
ITH ST. N. E.. Ta-Three lr kaaattfal
newly papered rooms, parlor Boor, furnished
In best of style, complete for houheptBg
sverytbtns new aad up-t-au; very rsasoo.
WALLACH PU N. W.. Hlo-Nsar uth aad
U-Bautirul wall healed front bay wis
dow room, I per month. 1
N. 3. AVE.. ion-Two furnished rooma fee
light houseaeepins: neat, etav ana si
term reasonable. OWNER. 1
10TH 8T. N. W.. aW-Larg comforubl
room, light and airy, with or without board i
O BT. N. W., Ill Second Boor, on front,
rest Horn at n hnitatisikaasin all aani n I sur at.
" ' i-
t, ST. N. W.. lOU-Two nicely furalshcd
communicating front rooms; excellent tabic
C BT. N. K.. 124 Two furnished reams, so
front and one back; suitable for gentlemen.
C ST. 8. El, m Two room. rd Boor, fur
nished for light bouse keep.; sink, bast, 11.
BYE BT. N. W., 110-a or clean furnished
rooms, 1st floor; L h. k.; alio other rsems;
for gentlemen. 1
A BT. N. E., 2U-Two nicely fnrnUhed
rooms; would prsfsr settled lady. 1
ITH BT. N. E., lot Two front roam for
light housekeeping; heat, gsa. 1
C ST. N. E.. OS-Two nice, largo, neally
furnished rooms; light hokeplTi Pit
vat bath; no children. 1
ITH ST. N. W., 724-Nle furnlstMd mean
B BT. N. E., 124-Bsespllenally attraetlv
large south room, adult family; ha-
ksaplng; reHned couple; ooaveateat Capitol.
ITH ST. N. W.. tit Three turalshsd reams,
single, with or without beard; fr colored
ITH ST., lit-Large, comfortable ream; neat
and hot water; rant reasonable. I..
PA. AVB. 8. E Hit-Elegant famished
rwn, irvni. wiui tsicpneas, ooovviusni so
u. 1.. .
BYB ST., ill NIc large room; sunny, wU
neaieq; not ana coia wsirr. X..
SOUTH CAPITOL. Ill Two nswly furnished
rooms in wsu sspi noises; rvai ressonssw.
PA. AVE. 8. E.. Ilia Large treat room I
un-to-dala conv.nlanoea! aoutham axnoaural
referencea required. Te
NORTH CAPITOL ST.', ion-one. two ar
three furnished rooms, bsat. llsnt. as.
rsaaonable; gsatlsmsn only. f..
Ill fnat 51
L, BT. N. W.. OS-Back rom. Ml
.adjoining hall room. tLMfboth
adjoining hall room, nj; both for t n.
O ST. 8. E.. 1124 Large front rsom facing
ouin, on ear una, nsai ana gas; rsiweatia.
PA. AVE. N. W.. Ull One, two or three
room apartment; (team; janitor; sins!
rooms. M. 7177.
B BT. N. W., no-Clean front room for two
men or mamaa couple. i
ID BT. N. W.. 40-rurnlahad room toy
housekeeping or sleeping. 1"
2D 8T. N. W.. CS Two large bay erlasew
inm roofua. lumianea aompisx for .
aeepins; aiaain neail rsasseiapts.
3RD ST. N. E.. Ml Large room, suitable for
couple or gentlemen: near Station: M ner
NEW BERNE. 17th and Mass. ave. Apt. 41.
Front room. I km wtndawa Hath ad
joining; family of adults.
K ST, N. W M-WII famished roemsi
wmu i4 uwtJtrvu
10TH ST. N. W lll-rront rawn. second d
third; steam heat, kot water; three doer
from II et. 1
M BT. N. W (U-Cbolee of single or com
municating rooms: nswly opened bus
well heated: reasonable. p
4TK ST. 8. E m-Nlosly furnished front
room. Id floor, sultabl for couple: prlvst
4TH ST. 8. x.. 177-Two front rooms, tur-
nlshed complete for housekeeping; sink In
kitchen: hot water heat: 4is
N. J. AVE. N. W.. Ht-Two or three fur.
nlshed rooms. Id floors adjelala bstht
wiinuw ivr ,. ,.. .
THE COLONIAL, M ltth N. W.-Modem
rooma. . m. I. . oaniimiiy looateo. ..
ITH ST. N. W.. m-Comfortaile reora. IT
and I per month; by week Itdeslrsd; gen
tlemen. ITH BT. N. E..
IT. N. E.. U-Nlcely furnished email
; hot water heat; to gentlemen; M mo.
UTH BT. N. W.. 1U2 Nicely furnished
rooms, with or without board; convenient
locatiuni maaonaoie; pesx noma cooaiag. "
BBLORADE-Apt. 1. Uth. Fla. ave. aad U
., .,vti. nww, iu.y iur,i pnr, xaouiy.
O BT, N, W.. lies-Nice large sunny roomal
sultabls far ons or two. .
VERMONT AVE. N. W.. 1024-Nswly fur
nished rooms, single or so suite: als
pscneior quawers: escsiisnt taoia oesra. -
L BT. N. W.. Ull-Dsslrabls room, large.
fni. lis'., scrupulously uean; avuwrerw
expoeure; adjoining bath. Phone. 120. I
H ST. N. W.. 702-svsrl nice furnished
front room with bsth; all conveniences. 1.
EYE ST. N. W 4044-Nice 1 srgs sunny
rooms, sultabls for ons or two. I..
INDIANA AVE. N. W., 114-Lsrge beautiful
rooms, hot-water heat; wall ks4 beus
central car Una. .
7T1I BT. N. W., Hie-Nicely furnished reena
next to bath room; prlvsts family, 17. ..
H ST. N. W 1107-Nlcaly furnished front
room) southern sxposursl ooovsolsnt M
bsthl hot-water heat; privet family; adult.
E BT. N. W., M0 Nice large sunny rom
bsth with hot snd cold water. P
WANTED-ROOMS & BOARD
DY YOUNO msrrlsd couple, with privsta
family, leiepnone: no, omer Dearosra not
roomers. BOX H7, Tiroes otnee.
ana at is resasst c tits Hiti SS
iJlM!! wUTwU at sskCsMffiTla
diivw ciirst wUtaii