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.THE WASHINGTON TIMES.' SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1913.
STRIFE WILL KEEP
Stockholder Begins Suit to
Remedy Conditions Be
The price of gas, particularly west
and north of Rock Creek, was Increased
aryl will continue at a nlch figure un
less the strife between the Washington
Gas Light Company and the George
town Gas Light Company ends, accord
ing to Thomas L. Hume, who began
action in the District Supreme Court to
day to remedy conditions.
It Is the opinion of Mr. Hume that
with the- two companies co-operating it
will be possible to reduce the price of
Justice Barnard in Equity Court No.
2. cited the Washington Gas Light Com
pany to show cause next Friday why
3.500 shares of stock of the Georgetown
Gas Light Company standing in its
name on the books of the latter com
pany should not be distributed pro rata
among the stockholders of the defen
The defendant is also asked to show
causa why a receiver should not be ap
pointed to take charge of the stock In
question pending the litigation.
Mr. Hume, as a stockholder of the
Washington Gas Light Company, in
stituted the action through Attorneys
Bradenburg & Brandenburg. The offi
cers and directors of the company,
Jiseph IeJter, Howard Beeside, Ord
Preston. James N. Green, Daniel
Fraser. Guy V. Whiting. John D. Mc
Ilhenny, Jr., William B. Orme, and
Lawrence Townsend are named as de
fendants. It Is charged In the complaint that
notwithstanding the fact that the
business of the defendant corporation
Is restricted to the manufacture and
sale of gas, the corporation, without
the authority of stockholders, "unlaw
fully directed certain of Its surplus
profits or net earnings by purchasing
3,530 shares out of the total 6,000 shares
of the stock of the Georgetown Gas
The claim la made that by virtue of
such ownership and ever since it acquir
ed the stock, and up to and until June
S. U12. the defendant corporation has
exercised control over the management
of the Georgetown Gas Light Company.
Worth Half Million.
Mr. Hume asserts in his petition that
the par value of the stock Is JSS.250.
while the market value, according to
the belief of the plaintiff, is in excess
"Tfila situation Is a corporate para
dox." said Mr. Hume today. "The
Washington Gas Company holds, for its
stockholders, a majority of the stock of
the Georgetown Gas Company, and yet
It does not control or direct that com
pany.' "If this holding Is a legal one It en
titles the Washington Company to con
trol the Georgetown Company, yet it
docs not control It: It entitles it to di
rect that company's policy, yet It does
not direct It: it entitles it to take pos
session of that company, yet it does not
possess It: It entitles It to appoint ill
rectors, a president, and other officers,
and to administer the company's af
fairs, yet it does neither.
"In July last the Georgetown Com
pany declared a dividend upon Its capi
tal stock, and it paid that dividend to
the minority stockholders of record, but
held back and omitted to pay the Wash
ington Company that proportion of the
dividend -"which accrued to the mapority
shares held by the Washington Com
prny. The officers of the Washington
Company, as trustees for the stockhold
ers, have accepted this situation appar
ently, and hate made no effort to col
lect the dividend due them. In other
words the Washington Company has Its
ktockholdsis money tied up In this In
vestment, over which It exercises no
c.ntrol and from which it collects no
return. Now w.hy should we as stock
holders of the Washington Company,
permit this situation to exist and re
frain quiet about It?
"As early as Jul last, I frequently
interviewed certain officers of the
Washington company, with tho view
or amicably adjusting this matter to
the satisfaction of all. and I was en
couraged In tho belief that something
would be done toward that end. After
ontlnued Interviews, covering consid
erable time. I became convinced that
the Washington dlcertors were obdurate
and determined upon a do-nothing' pol
icy, and that further effort and en
treaty were useless.
"So, It being apparent, tliat the two
companies as constituted could not get
along together, and recognizing the
folly of the continuance of the Wash
ington company's position. I caused.
In November last, a letter to be di
rected to the Washington company, by
my attorneys, requesting the distribu
tion of the Georgetown stock, held by
the Washington company, to the stock
holders of the Washington company,
10 whom It properly belongs. In order
that these stockholders could derive ths
benefit therefrom This request was
Attitude Has Changed.
"Since that time the attitude of th
two companies toward each other has
nto materially changed, and on ac
count .of the Washington company's
disposition of Indifference and aliena
tion toward the Georgetown company,
the latter has since found It necestary
to Increase the price of gas to all con
sumers In the District of Columbia
located west and north of Rock Crek,
whereas, under an amicable working
agreement between the two companies,
gas could have been furnished with
profit at the old price. It is obviously I
unjust, mat nitnm the same Juris
diction, a man on one street rhould
pay one price for gas and a man on
another street pay another price for
gas, and this could have been avoided
had the two companies propcrl co
operated. "The Washington Companv and the
Georgetown Company, whose Interest
should be mutual, and who together
rontrol the entire and sole gas priv'
Ige of the District rjf Columbia,
should through conjunctive and amica
ble operation supply gas to the people
of the District of Columbia at a lo
nd uniform rate and wtih efficient
service, and at the same time be ev-r
conscious of the rights of and their
duty toward their stockholders. If they
cannot do these things actlnrr together,
and It seems as If thev cannot, then I
say separate them, and jrlve the people
the benefit of the competition, and the
Washington Company's stockholders
the benefit of their money in the form
of an axtra dividend. It is for this pur
pose this suit has been instituted."
Lecture on China
By Miss Hartwell
The Young Women's Christian Asso
ciation tomorrow afternoon will hear
Miss Emily S. "Hartwell. who was born
In China and lived there for twenty
nine years, give a portrayal of an
entirely new work which has only
recently been Inaugurated In the new
NATIONS PAY LAST
TRITE AT BIER OF
President and Foreign Diplo
mats Attend Solemn Serv
ice for Ambassador.
NEW YORK. Jan. . With the Presi
dent of the United States, members of
his Cabinet, and representatives of the
Diplomatic Corps and hundreds of lead
ing citizens In attendance, the funeral
of Whitelaw Reid, editor, diplomat, and
politician, took place today from the
Cathedral of St, John the Divine.
All night the body had lain In state in
the crypt of the great edifice, with
candles burning and armed marines
standing motionless at the corners of
the casket. At 9 o'clock It had been
brought into the main Part of tho
church and placed on a specially pre
pared bier directly in front of the altar
Admission to the church was by ticket,
but the applications were so many
that the supply was exhausted last
night, and many who came late were
Prayers for Family.
Before the public service prayers were
said by Dean Grosvenor and Bishop
Greer at which members of the late
ambassador's family were present. The
Immediate mourners occupied the pews
directly beside the temporary bier. Mrs.
Reid, who was completely unnerved by
the dsath of her husband and who was
seriously III when she left England, had
recovered and was able to attend the
The funeral service was the ritualistic
one prescribed by the Episcopal Church.
Dean Grosvenor, of the Cathedral, an
Intimate friend of the dead man, and
formerly rector of the Church of the
Incarnation, where the Reids worship
ped prior to their going to London, read
Bishop Leonard, of Cleveland, repre
senting the diocese In which the dead
ambassador to England once lived, read
the creed and the prayers, while Bishop
Greer, head of the diocese of New York,
read the committal service. Bishop
.Boyd Carpenter, canon of Westminster
Abbey, and the Rev. Howard Chandler
Kot bins, also assisted in the services.
The music was Mendelssohn's Funeral
Marcn-, Sullivan's anthem, "Though 1
Pass Through the Valley of the Shadow
of Death." and two hymns.
The honorary pallbearers were James
ifryce, the British ambassador; Secre
tary of State Philander C. Knox; Sen
ator Klihu Root, Joseph H. Choate; J.
P. Morgan. Hart Lyman: Donald Nich
olson, W. D. Sloane, Bear Admiral Wll-J
lam U. wwies, j. u. u&awaiader. sen
ator Henry Cabot Lodge, Judge George
Gray, former Senator Chauncey M. Dc
pew, Robert Bacon and Henry White.
Sir Krnest Uhackleton, the noted ex
plorer, represented the Pilgrim's So
ciety of Great Britain, while- everyone
of the numerous organizations and clubs
with which Reid was connected, was
represented by their officials.
Given Military Escort,
The active bearers were eleven petty
officers from tha battleship under the
command of Lieut. H. K. Hcwett- Im
mediately following the services the
casket was placed on a caisson, and
taken to the Grand Central station. An
escort made up of one battalion of
regular inrantry, one battalion of mar
ines, and one battalion of sailors from
the North Dakota and Florida, accom
panied it. The nava land military escort
was commanded by Major John T.
Myers, U. S. M. C
The body was taken In a special
funeral train to Tarry town, where It
was buried in the famous old "Sleepy
Hollow" cemetery Only members of
the immediate lamlly of the late am
bassador accompanied the body to
Increased Salaries and New
Appointments Are An
nounced in Bulletin.
More than a score of appointments
and promotions in the Navy Depart
ment, together with six hesignatlons,
were announced today, as follows:
Appointments Bureau of Steam En
gineering, Casper I. Daw.-ion. laborer at
3600. Office of the oolliitor. Robert
Brown, by reinstatement, messenger at
3G00. Buieau of Navigation, William N
Hydalch. copyist at JS40, .Miss Glenn B.
Lumpkin, temporary eopylst at 3810. Hy
drographlc office Charle.s II. MacMur
ra, apprentice draftsman at 3700, John
W. Malone, lithographic pressman at
J1.4O0; John C. Deik, photographic prin
ter at JL200. Bureau of Construi-tlnn
and Repair. William F. Ahem, clerk at
31.(00. Bureau of Yards and Docks. Mian
Mary J. C. Mickey, temporary clerk at
JI.'jOO Naval Observatory, Hiram fc.
Haywod, fireman at $J0. Secretary's
office. Edwin l'dtchett. temporary mes
senger boy at J3.
Promotions Nautical almanac office
Joseph F. Rltt, from assistant at $1,000,
to assistant at 41,200; Miss Isabel K.
Martin, from assistant at tl.Stt to piece
work computer Bureau of navigation
William A. Sadden, from copyist at
3S40. to copyist at 3900 Hjdrographle
office Frederick J. Jones, nautical ex
pert at Jl.000 to nautical expert at ll.ZW)
Julius May, from helper at $180 to
helper at JGC0.
Resignations Bureau of yards and
docks Miss Sara W. Buchanan, clerk,
at $1,000. Bureau of navigation Orvllle
A. Grove, capylst at $330. Naval obser
vatoryUpton A. WlUon. watchman, at
$720. Bureau of steam engineering Ver
non E. Carroll, messenger hoy at $600;
M. E. Weeks, electrical expert and
draftsman at 31.W0. Mjdrographle of
fice Bertron Callcnder. laborer at $C0.
Lecture on Trees
Has Been Delayed
Owing to a series of Impoitant meet
ings to be held at the Bureau or Plant
Industry, the lecture which Dr. Gallo
way of the Department of Agriculture
was to give today on "Tree Growing in
Various Parts of the World," has been
postponed until the third week of this
SIX EMPLOYES QUIT
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" THE TIMES' DAILY SERIAL STORY
A DAUGHTER OH ARMADA
By Stephen Chalmers
(Copyright. IMi Frank A. Munsey Company.!
The Coming of Don John.
AS Mr. Macmurtrie says, I have
a story to tell, but I fear
mine Is a poor hand for the
writing. It is not so lonr ago
that I could speak English, for the
learning of the Sassenach tongue was
the more difficult after the dialect of
the Firth of Clyde, which Is native to
me. If my grammar should stumble
whiles and my letters be doubtfully
placed, I camonly beg that those who
ccme after me with greater learning
will bear In mind how much easier
the Gaelic would have been to the
writer and how much harder to the
"Forbye,"' as Mr. Macmurtrie says,
"ve'll not waste words, havlnj? micklo
to spare. These are perilous times in
Scotland, and It behooves a man to
finish his work the quicker."
Yet. to my mind there Is a peace
come upon the land. Murray i killed
and Mary passed bv the block: the
ArmHda has left nothing invincible
but the lady of my story; Queen Bess
has cone to her rest and a first Septs
Jamie sits an English throne; the
Bible is half translated by the bish
ops, and life Is pleasant in Kllellan
Not that England's wars and wran
sllngs ever disturbed us much In. Kll
ellan, fcr after the E.-t1 of rpyl
foreswore the Roman Catholic queen
and Rave allegiance to Murray- at
Lcngslde. there was never a call to
arms that was not In our own little
affairs. Whiles we quarreled with
the Macdonalds over the strait or
chased tho caterans; but even Arjryl's
matters touched us little in our part
of the country, which was called
Cowal, for it was nigh impregnable,
save from the Lowlands on the other
side of the Firth, and It was tq the
advantage of these to keep peace
with us Campbells of Argyll.
Cowal was the frontier of the High
lands, and Kllellan Castle and all the
laird's lands covered the. broad penin
sula between Loch Striven and the
Holy Loch. Back of that was Argyll's
mountainous piaygrounu, wane irom-Ing-
Kllellan Castle was the broadlng
Firth of Clyde, with the Lowland coast
of Kyle and Carrlck on the other ride.
Right off the point of Kllellan, the Isla
of Bute filled up most of the wide bay
formed by the meeting of Striven and
the Firth. Indeed. Bute would have
been no Island but for the strip of sea
on the farther side of it, called the
Kyles. where the Macdonalds were
strongly secure against Invasion,
on tho nnlnt of laird's nenlnsula was
the clachan of Kllellan. Here every
man w n Pamnhpll. and It was a sore
task to keep In mind the exact rela
tionship or eacn 10 nis neignuur. it.
would have been impossible but that
each man had a name forbye his sur
name. The laird went by the name of
Black, although he was a gTand
nepnew of the earl himself. In all
the country he was called Blaok Jamie,
and I think he must have earned the
name. Anyhow, his son and grandson
deserved it long after the old laird
was dead. . ,
Until Don John, the Spaniard, came
to Kllellan. my father was the one
stranger who ever saved his neck In
Black Jamie's country. And that was
because he was related to the laird,
harinr Mnrn-aret Camnbell. his sister.
For the same reason, my father, Angiis
.Maclean, was raci u. iu -lands,
for the laird was overfond of
fight In his young days and too de
crepit In his old to mind about such
matters. , . .
We lived In the bljt farmhouse about
a mile to the west of the castle, and
clcse by the Loch Striven shore, from
which one house was sheltered only
by a burn and a strip of fir. From the
clachan at the point, the shor.awept
past our house to tho burn by the
woods In the shape of a crescent
moon. This was called Kllellan bay.
Up to the year 1588. when I was
eight years old I remember little of
my life; but that year Is vividly noted
as the beginning of the strange things
that I am now going to set down, it
was our custom in winter to lock up
the cows in the byre, safe from the
cold, but In the soft, summer nlsrnt
we let them He out among the daisies.
The only duty I had at my eorly age
was to drive the cows from the field
to byre and bncK again, and In the
mcrnlng and evening to carry milk
to Kllellan Castle.
How well I remember the dawn of
many a wlntor mornlnK on tho road
to the laird's when the eyelids of the
stars seemed too frozen to shut out
daylight, when the hoar-painted grass
crinkled underfoot, while the hoops
of the mllk-palls sank Into my cold
palms and mv toes seemed dead In my
shoon. But I was a sturdy lad for my
vears and, although the chilblains
glowed rosy on my flners. it was a
healthy breath that formed Icycles on
my woolen scarf.
But It was late summer wh"n Don
John came to Kllellan. I mind well
that evening whn I had barred the
cows in the wea pasture and was
coming home throuc.i the wood to
the house. The burn was gurgling
under t-e brambles and the trout
leaping Into the linn, the midges
were tickling mv bare legs nnd the
the beetles grumbling in the air. I
had av like the long summer nights,
but that one 1 In mv mind for an
I took my mllk-palls and started for
Kllellan Castle, which was set back In
the woods on the hill. Not even from
the mountains could you see a tower of
It. the timber g'ew up so tall and so
close to it. Hut at different points the
trees had ben hewn away on the
southern side ro that a spy could see
the kyles and Bute, the Isles of Cum
brac ard Arran and the Lowland shore,
and on clear dajs that K'ay sea-tower
we call Allsa Craig. At one of the spy
holes In tho wood I happened to look
throjgh that evening, ami what I saw
was the real first nfvmory of my life
and th beginning of m adventures.
The sea was calm. The Klrth's Is
lands wrro nigh hidden in a warm haze
ihat blended Into the sunset of amber
and crimson ove Bute, but close Into
Kllellan Bay and as clear as my own
hand before my face, was the queerest
ship I have ever seen.
It had three decks, and about the
stern it looked like a floating eauile, for
it was full of little windows. Its sails
were quite different to anything I was
familiar with in the Clyde, being shaped
irke half-moons and painted with
crosses and big golden letters. I'rom
thi fides of this ship, which were
striped with gold, dozens of long oars
stuck out and moved stupidly, striking
one another as If the rowers were
learning the art. I remember thinking
that the men In that ship must be queer
I knew Iti a moment what the ship
was: in fact, like a boy of Imaglnat'on.
I had never passed one of the wood '
spyholes without stopping to see If tho
Spanish Armada was In sight I had '
heard and knew all about It. My elders i
had talked of nothing else for a year. It
had been exported for month Where
was the rest of them? The laird's men .
could overcome three such clumsy craft
as this, especially with such crews.
Nevertheless, I was filled with excite
ment and some fright, and started run
ning toward the castle to warn the old
laird, for I suddenly remembered that
Master Arch'hald, the young laird had
gone off after his wife's death to tight
the Spaniards with Die English ad
mirals. The old laird was In his frosty
years, and, forbye his grandson Master
Archbald's son. Jam'e a lad of my age
there was none else in the castle, be- j
yond the vassals, but Mistress Mary, j
the laird's bonny daughter.
A line state of affairs! I mind think-1
ing Master Archibald gone off to fight (
the Spanish, wlo were here knocking at i
his very aoor. The milk splashed from
tho palls as I kept speed with my grow
ing excitement, but I was all uncon
scious of the trail that lengthened be
hind me, blue as a hedge-sparrow's egg.
..a jSS-Vi-iS.-. i ;
On the wide steps by the blg-knobbed
jr ?!. the ca8t'e I found the old laird
and Mistress Mary and young Jamie,
backed by a throng of gawing vassals.
They, too, had seen the ship through a
spy-hole, and they, too. were full of
Jamie caught sight of me as I came
splashing along, and cried:
.."Look, Rorle Maclean! Ton's the
. "Spanish!" sneered the laid, who had
buckled on his claymore. "If yon's the
Spanish, then Heaven have mercy on
the Armada, for Howard'Il have none."
Mistress Mary stood with her hand
shading her eyes, that she might see
better through the dusk. I mind well
tho bewilderment on her bonny face,
and the lace falling back from her
smooth arms as she looked at the ship
which, all unknown, was bringing much
oriei joy ana sorrow to her.
"But there Will h anmothlnir irrnnrl
she cried. "They would not come like
"Are ye feared, woman?" cried the
'ird. "Hech, sirs, they are not here
to fight They will have had their buliy
ful of fight, I'm thinking, and that's
what brings them here, but where Is the
rest of the heathen breed? Ha! And
""i wu oe wrong with yon ooat? i
tell ye. thev are drunk n nlnon Ha!
Te hear that" as a roar of laughter
iraveiea irom me sea. "What was 1
We could now distinguish the creak'
Ing of the vessel's gear and the dunting
of the oars, oho against the other, sho
was so close to land.
Above every other sound rose laugh'
ter and singing not llko our Scottish
singing, but livelier, trickier and full of
a gay wickedness of tune. The singing
suddenly ceased, and a long womanish
scream skirled through the still dusk.
"Heaven forgive us!" growled the
laird, his eyes peering fiercely from un
der shaggy brows and his undcrlip pro
truding hourly. "Hear yon heathen.
'Will ye?- Drunk and blaspheming, and
iney Bailing 10 ineir graves:
All at once a great sheet of flame leap
ed up from the high pop of the SDanish
ship. At the same moment the oars
stopped moving, save for a slackening
ana slapping as mey leu. unmanned, in
to the sea, and scores of blackamoors
suddenly appeared and ran about the
decks. The ribald laughter changed to
shrieks of fright as the flames leaped
higher and spread rapidly to other parts
of the ship.
T remember the rapidity of that fire
wth a cold chill In my hair; how the
flames lit up the many little windows,
at first with a sputtering of dimness,
then with a steady glow that brightened
and glared until the hot panes burst
outward and fell, chinking and hissing,
Into the sea.
The Spanish ship was doomed. The
crowds of men aboard her seemed to
be casting about to save themselves.
To me that was a simple matter, as
the ship could not have been more than
100 yards from the shore, and I was
puzzled when I saw the Spaniards point
landward and then throw up their
hands or cross them on their breasts.
I turned to look at the laird and, cruel
man as I had heard he was, I do not
think I ever saw an excresslon at such
brutal mirth as glowed In his great
dour face. He was not over talC but
very Droaa ana neavy. with his piaia
ana phllabeg fastened at the shoulder
with a big silver brooch, with his bare
knees and his hands clasped over his
claymore hilt showing hairy and gnarl
ed, and with his shock of gray, coarse
locks straggling around his cars and
scowling brow, he looked like one of
those ogres I had pictured In the tales
my father told me of a winter night.
An evil grin spread over his features
as he saw the Spaniards point despair
ingly at the shore, where the men of
the clachan were adding Xuel to a sud
"Ayel" chuckled Black Jamie, nod
ding his head at the burning ship. "Aye,
aye, ye heathen gommerils. Te may
well put the sign of the cross on your
breasts. The whole clachan's sitting
on its hunkers waiting for ye, and all
he 's singeing in your rear. Aye,
skrelgh, ye heathen! Skrelgh!" as
heart-broken cries came from the Span
"Oh. my father!" cried Mistress Mary,
turning to the laird with her hands
clasped. ''Have mercy on them!"
".Mercy!" roared the laird, in sudden
fury. "Mercy. Is it? Then let them
bide where they are. Mercy. Is It?
Ha!" Black Jamie chuckled. "What
for have they come here, but as ene
mies of the land? Mercy. Is It? Come
on, Aundria, we'll see to't that they
Beckoning to a big kilted vassal who
had been standing with a body of serv
ing men, the laird flung back his plaid
from his claymore hilt and started for
the shore, grinning and glowering and
"Mercy, a it? Heoh. aye!"
I happened to 'look at Mistress Mary.
She took young Jamie by the hand
without andother word, and pushed
through the gaping vassals and In the
castlo hall, sobbing so that wc could
hear her outside.
By this time darkness had set In,
and a fine night It was. The stars
came out white and clear, except where
the smoke from the ship blurred them,
or they paled a wee to the vivid bursts
of flame. For the Spanish vessel was
now all ablaze.
The blackamoors who had come on
deck after the oars stopped were
skreighlng like lost souls, but there
were others of fairer color of face who
were still trying to restore order.
mere was something very far wrong
on that ship, i could see them trying
lo let down a boat, but their hands
seemed to be all thumbs. Two men
tumbled Into the sea and another
laughed loudly and Jumped In after
them Not one of the three came up.
A (onllnuatlon of Thia S(or Will
He Kmind In Tomnrrou'w
Insup of The Tlmrs.
Y. M. C. A. Debating Class
To Discuss Honor System
The subject for discussion by tho
debating class of the Young Men's
Christian Association this afternoon
will 1), "Itesolved. That our colleges
and universities should accept the honor
system In holding examinations." This
Is the first debate since the holldaj
reeess was taKen. The one college mnn
In the debate Is W Jeanctte, a second
year student In the Georgetown Law
School, who will take the negative, sup
ported by W E. Gllllland. Senator Bris
tol's secretary K. L. Piatt and II. F
Morgan will lake the affirmative.
Will Divides Estate
Among Three Children
The will of Charles 8 Shrove, dated
December 21, VMS, leaves IiIh real rstule
business to his son, Charles S. Shrove.
Jr., with directions that it shall he coy- j
ducted under Its present name The
son la also Riven tho premises at 1009
Seventh street northwest. Miss Cora B.
Shrove, a dauRhtor, Is Riven consider
able roalty, and the personal beloncliiKS
unci other property is left in trust for
another daughter, Fannie Shrove, for
her life use, and on her death to In
divided between tho other two chil
dren. The residue of the estate Is be
queathed to the three children
Drives Off Dock, Drowns.
TOLEDO, Ohio, -Jan. 4. Dr Peter Don
nelly, a Toledo surgeon of national repu
tation, wag drowned hero early today
when he accidentally drove his auto
mobile off a dock and Into the Maumee
river at the foot of Madison avenue.
THOMAS DOWLINO CO.. Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES SALK OF VALUABLE LOT AT
IVV CITY. D. C.
ny virtue of a ded of trust recorded In
Llbcr No. zzu at folio 1 of the I-nnd Re
cords of the District of Columbia and at the
request of the party lecured In, will sell at
nubile, auction at the office of Thomas Oaw
llng & Co.. J12 B st. N. W.. on Thursday.
January It. 191J. at four o'clock p. m.. part
of lot 33. In block 7, subdivision of tract of
lnd known as Ivy City. Olimct of Colum
bia. Terms: All cash. A deposit of $50 re
quired at sale. All conveyancing and record
Ins at purchaser's coat.
JOHN W. LEWIK.
WILLIAM A. BOWIE.
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF
THE DISTRICT OK COLUMBIA. Walilng
ton. D. C. January i, 1913, Paragraph (b) or
Section I. and Section X of Article XII. of
the Police Regulations In and for the District
of Columbia, adopted on December 30. 191!.
are hereby published and promulgated as fol
lows: Section I. (Definitions): (b)
The word "ANIMAL" Includes all domestic
animals: Section 3$. A driver shall not cross
from one side of a street to the other unless
the way is clear and It Is safe to person and
Property to do so nor unless he first signify
y an appropriate signal his Intention so to
do: nor unless- he shall first drive his vehicle
forward at lesst twice Its lencth In the di
rection of traffic and turn thus:
CUNO H. RUDOLl'H. JOHN A. JOHNSTON,
W. V. JUDSON. Ths Board of Commission
ers of the District of Columbia.
Total gnu. Dec. im 1.1U.M
Average gross, Dec.. 1912. 44.K7
Total net, Dec.. 1912 SM.H9
Average net. Dec. 1912 37.175
Total gross. Dec. 1912 ai.J7
Average gross, Dec. 1912 43.631
Total net. Dec. 1912 1SS.9M
Average net. Dec. 1912 37.191
I- solemnly swear that the accompanying
statement represents the circulation of Th
Washington Times as detailed, and that the
net figures represent, all returns eliminated,
the number of copies of The Times which are
sold, delivered, furnished, or mailed in bona
fide purchasers or subscribers.
FRED A. WALKER, General Manager.
District of Columbia, as:
Subscribed and sworn to before mn this
list day of December, A. D. 1912.
THOMAS C. WILL18. Notary Public
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Asqulth's Pharmacy. UU 14th St.
Astoria Pharmacy. Jrd ft O sts.
Bachntcb Pharmacy. Ith s Eye Sts.
Seller's Pharmacy. Ith & O st.
Bronaugh'a Pharmacy, 7th & P sts.
Carpenter & Dunlop, Jith & Glrard sts,
ChrlstUnl Pharmacy, 7th &. M sts.
Concord Pharmacy, 1116 N. II. aa.
Day & Co.. Ith A O ets.
Day's Pharmacy. 11th X Park road.
DufTey't Pharmacy, Ith and N sts.
Dufley's Pharmacy, 22nd & Pa. ave.
Emerald Pharmacy, 4th & Mass. Ave.
Goldenberga Dept. Store. 7th K sts. .
Hart ard Pharmacy, 11th ic Harvard sts.
Henry Pharmacy. 22nd & N ata.
Hlnes Pharmacy, New Jersey ave. & Q at.
Howard Pharmacy. Htti & W sts.
llutton A Hilton, Snd & L sts.
Kann, 8.. Sons A Co.. Dept Store, tlfc st
& Pa. ae.
Kos Pharmacy, 7th st. Fla. ave.
Maltby'a Pharmacy, 1367 Calvert St.
Mattlngly's Pharmacy. lUh at L its.
Mayer's Pharmacy. Pin. ave. & Ith sL
Nichols Pharmacy, lWh & P. ave.
O'Donnell'a Pharmacy, ith & F sts.
Patties Pharmacy. 1329 Georgia, ave.
Ptarsun's Pharmacy. Uth Flo, ave.
Reli's Pharmacy. 7th ft E sts.
ntuxle Island Pharmacy. 1st & R. I. ave.
Robey's Pharmacy. North Carjt. ft H ata.
Simpson's Pharmacy. 7th ft It Ms.
Tayior ft Land, North Capt. It. I. ave.
limes Snb Station. 8Vi 11 Jt.
'lino Bi.b (station. HCU T at.
van nam rnarntacy, stli ft P sis.
Vettch's Pharmacy. Nth & M sta.
Wagner's Pharmacy, 1st ft II sts.
Uniun Station (Cbrtstlanl Phar.t
Blumet's Pharmacy. -. Cap. & R sta
Butler, 4th st. ft Stanton p'oce.
utorse J. uciger. tin & i sts.
Laddon'a Pharmacy, 1200 Fla. ave.
Taylor ft Lamb, Hth and E. Cap. eta.
Mudel Pharmacy. Stti ft II sts.
McClietney ft Jo-icrilrn. 2nd ft K sts
New York A'enua Pharmacy, N. Y. ave. ft
N. Cap. ec
rowell. A. L. 4th ft E. Cap.
Tyreo'a rharmao. 15th ft II sts.
Times Sub Station. 31 II at.
Arth ft Co. U Pa. .
Berkley, 620 1st st.
Burrows' Pharmacy. ISth ft Pa. ave,
nmrlrli. Hth ft Pa. ae.
Kslcuner. 1112 Hth st.
Hawkins, Ith st. ft Va. ate.
Lincoln Pork Pharmacy, 12th ft B. Can.
.ey ft Co . Pa. ae. ft Sth St.
O'Donneil. 2d r.t, ft Pa. ave.
Pltzrr. fth ft E. Cap.
Itmicli Drug Co . Mli and U sta.
Weller. Sth ft Ee sts.
Times Sub btatlon. ith ft K sta.
Times Sub Station. MS B at.
Klsenbersa' Pharmacy. 7th ft B sts.
Fuller. W. C. 601 1st St.
Harris. 2rd ft F sts.
Lynham's Pharmacy. 121S m st.
Times Sub Station, lis 4U at.
Koester. H. V.. .-3d A M sts.
Times Substation. ::c M st.
Weller'K Pliarrr- stl M t.
Linton ft NeUt. Kiimi. D. C.
fury's Pharmacy, .Mchola ae. ft W sL
Times Sub Station. 307 Nichols ave.
Eonneman. T A.. Chew Chase.
J. R. Caten. Prince ft Royal sts.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Breastpin, coral, entwined with sold:
pendant attached: lost between Rock Creek
Church road and 1 and It. I. ave..' Friday
night, January 3. Reward If returned to 73
Hock Creek Church road.
LOST Mink neck piece, between 25th and
31st sts. Reward. 1C01 31st St. N. W. ..
LOST-Black leather case: dropped last night
when getting on Hth st. car. 13th and N.
T. ave., containing fan and eyeglasses. 1373
Irving st. N. W.
IXlST Shepherd flog, brown snd white: an
swer to name Schepp; Dec 27. Reward, 718
7th st, N. E. !
LOST Amethyst rosary: January 1. after
7:30 p. m.. 121 A st. N. E.. Apt. IS. 1..
LOST Envelope, containing solid gold gen
dant. silver lavalllere. and set of beauty
pins. Reward. 710 H st. N. E. . 1
LOST Dark blue automobile robe; between
Iowa and Thomas circles. Or 'on Vermont
VZ:. ltum to FRAZEE POTOMAC LAUN'
DRY CO.. 12th and D sts. N. W. V
LOST or strayed from 1701 K st. nw,
black French bulldog; female; an
swers to name of Rosa. Liberal reward,
no questions asked, if returned to the
LOST-Barpln. gold: diamond In sickle of
..RfV.'".: wrd. Mrs. William McCambrldge.
... iiiuoa piace. i-none uou kc
oi-riK, smaii, containing sio. Deiween
7th and O ets. and 11th and P st. Reward
728 7th st. N. W.
f ftCT n ... .-
L08T-Baby'a gold bracelet. Uberal reward.
W. B. OLMSTED. HU H St. N. W.
LOST-January J, KEYS, a ring. 3 keyr.
screwdriver and watch opener. Hullable re
ward if returned to H. M. PAUI Ths On
tario. LOfaT Lady's gold bracelet. In Wlllard Ho
tel. Reward If returned to Oahler at
713 14th at. N. W. 1
LOST Muslo case containing music: lost on
ISth and New York ave.. 4 o'clock Tuesday
morning, December 31. Finder please return
to WILLIAM II. SANTELMANN. Marina
Barracks, and receive reward. 1..
LOST Small black leather medicine snd
surgical case, sliver plate, with nama on
side. Liberal reward and no questions asked
it returned to Dr. R. T. J. BARBER. 187
R. I. ave.
FOUND One pawn ticket. 11 packages. S
maps. 7 coats. 7 salt esses. 1 valise. 1 dish.
1 nail file, 1 telescope. 3 boxes. 3 pairs of
gloves, 1 pair of mittens. 2 bats, 1 bank book.
7 umbrellas. 3 pocketbooks. 1 mutt. I pleoe
of chain. 1 card case. 1 pillow. 1 phi. 1 piece
of for, 1 earring. 1 pair of shoes. 1 watch. 1
knife. 1 pair of buttons, 1 book. 1 toy. 1
carryall. 1 sweater. 1 pair rubbers. WASH
INGTON TERMINAL CO.. UNION STA
Have you distressing Eczema, in any stags
pimples, eruptions, facial blemishes, or any
acute jo-called old chronic Incurable disease
of the Skin or Blood? If so. consult DR.
NICHOLSON, an experienced Specialist, at
13CC H SL N. W. Phone U. ltU. 1
Treatment. IS N. Y. ave.. 34 floor. Hrs. Slot.
MILLINER Artistic stylish: home, cut;
moderate: feathers cleaned, curled, dyed;
hat frames. Main 7M9. 1010 Eye st. N. W.
MTSS flATW MANICURTNO AND
JULOO Kjti-UX SCALP TREATMENT.
til 7th st N. W Ant. 1. Ph. Mala 743a.
S0 12th St. N. W.
HP A TTTfiVr.T. MameUc Kassa. race
vuu. .- - ana scaip
701 H at. nw.. id floor.
MISS JAMRRON, manicure, face massage.
and scalp treatment. 1204 Q St. N. W 2d
floor front. Hours from 10 a. m. to ( p. m.
GOOD DRESSMAKER wilt work for H.S0 a
day making suits and remodeling furs.
BOX 515. Times office.
WANT evening work cleaning offices: neat
colored girl. 02 Fairmont st. N. W.
WANTED PoslUon with veterinary; have
had lots of experience: best or references.
BOX 812, Times office. !
POSITION as truck drher; good references.
HU 21st st. N. W. !
PAINTER, paperhanger, plasterer, wants
work; rooms papered. CS0: palatine 22;
phone Main & M.; city or country. S.
OOLDBLATT. 2CS 4H St. B. W.
Kale and Female.
AGENTS WANTED Can make from S3 to
J5 day, new patent, best yet. household
article; sells on sight. Call 11 Pa. ave. from
t to 9 a. m. and 4 to C p. m.
AN EXPERIENCED PERSON to do shop
ping for family; give references. Apply
BOX 471. TImea office.
WANTED A GRADUATE MASSEUSE who
will site massage as well as nursing. Ad
dress BOX 471. Times office.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Al. NEW YORK
MILLINERY AND DRESSCUTTING
ACADEMY, ins G ST.
THE LARGEST. THE OLDEST. AND
DRESSCITTING, DRESSMAKING. DE
SIGNING. AND MILIJNEUY SCHOOL
IN THE WORLD. !
COOKS, nurse, general houseworkera. cham
bermaid, waitress. EUREKA. 1011 N. T.
COOK Good cook wanted: must be willing
and obllclne. Call before or after S
p. in. Apply 1360 Harvard si. 1..
COOK for housework; no washing. Apply 254
K rt N B. ..
GIRL Neat colored, light housework: laun
dress; must stay nlgi.ts: city reierence re
quired. 1123 Uth St. N W. 1
GIRLS Experienced on power machines to
make boys' knee pants; steady ork and
paid while learning. Apply 1225 Pa. ae.
N. W MR8. H. WOOD.
GIRL for general housework, no washing;
Kood home for on who does not object to
rounrrj Apply H03 New York aye.
GIRL for general housework. Call Mrs.
VTAlJtEH. VW Hin l .. 1-
GIIll. for general homework; bring refer-
CI1CC9. -IUJ A H r.
GIRLS-Eight and a plnno player for vaude
ville act. Apply at once t07 G st. N. W.
GIRLS Three colored. CAFE. 1521 7th St.
HKL htrong willing, for seneral housework,
ruoil waits to competent girl 73 Sth st.
N. W. 1-
LADY for clerical position with some ex
perience on typewriter Apnly S14 O st.
N. W . after 9 a. m.
IjADY of Rood artdreis to do house demon
strating for wrll-Knon arucie; no selling.
HOX Mi. Times office. 1
MAID For general housework, must be good
took, references required.
1844 Columbia Rd.
Phone Columbia KS. 1
STENOGRAPHER to tako work at her home.
Address ME. BOX 183. times onice.
WAITRESS Experienced Apply 41J 12th st.
N. V. 1"
WAITRESSES Three experienced; good ai
Rn Mhfirt hnum. one day off etery tenth
di. Call MARYLAND QUICK LUNCH. 410
Sth st. N. W. 1
WAITRESSES Two experienced white, at
the CAIRO CAPE. Apply to Jieaa waitress.
WANTED An experienced waltres: white:
i per week. PYREE CAFE. 4th and G
sts N W.
WANTED Home-made marmalade Jams. Jel
lies or any kind of home made preserves.
Apply BOX 472. Times office.
WANTED Some home hand-knitted baby
caps; will pay good price. BOX 471, Times
WOMAN Congenial, as partner, by an ex
perienced, swift dressmaker: must nave
some capital toward first month's rent; no
postals stamp for reply. BOX SH, Times
WOMAN Reliable; for housework: no Iaun
rtry: good wages. 3M2 13th st. X..W. 1
WOMAN for general housework at 9IS E st.
YOUNO LADT As night cashier and wait
ress; short hours; must be. experienced.
Apply 10 th st. N. W. 1
YOUNO LADY wanted to make artificial
flowers; must have experience. OWEN K.
TRUITT CO.. 1211 U St. !
YOUNO LADY to clerk In drygoods and
notion store; permanent place, with good
pay. If suit. BOX Sit. Times office.
YOUNO LADT about 33 to work in drug
, store experience unnecessary. F. R, RICH
ARDSON 4 CO.. 3rd and Pa. ave. N. W. ..
BARBER White, for Saturday. II: guar
anteed: also one for Saturday night. 1109
7th st. N. W.
BAKER for confectionery. BURGESS HC
TEL AGENCY. 803 10th St. N. W.
BOOK AGENTS Men and women. ATTEN
TION I Better results can be obtained In
selling Real Estate than Books, because
everybody uses Land. Call 2013 Hlllycr pL.
1:30 a. m. only. 1
BOY Colored, who can ride a wheel, te
work in store; wheel furnished. Apply at
once, 1333 7th st. N. W.
10 BOYS over It years, with wheels, for
messenger and parcel delivery service. Good
salaries and permanent positions guaranteed.
nAPID TRANSIT MESSENGER CO.. .
K Hth st. N. W.
BOYS Two. with bicycles. Apply 111 F
St. N. W. - I..
BOY Neat colored, over II years of ago;
with bicycle; can earn from H to 02 per
week. Apply 10 7th St. N. W.
BOY about 17 or II years of age. .McAVOT
PLUMBING SHOP. 153 U St. N. W. ..
BOYS AND Delivering Messages
MEN EAEN for the Western Un-
9 fPfl drQ ,on Aciegrapa -om
pany. -Apply at office,
14th and U'sta.n.w.
BOTS. with wheels. KM day; sta4y
work; ever 1$ yean. DTMH MESSENGER
SERVICE. 717 Uth at. Jfc Tf. 1r-
BUTLER. 10; porter for grocery, week:
cooks. 17 to M weelc colored: also white
stenographer, bartender, and farmhand
EUREKA. 1011 H. T. AVE. If. W.
CORNICE HANDS Two, galvanised Iron;
and boy who fcaa bad some experience in
tin" roofing. Kl Pa. ave. S. B. ..
DOOR MAN wanted. VIRGINIA. THEATER.
BBS stn St. I, w.
FACE-BRICK HANDS Twenty, first-class.
at Atlanta. Hen who nave worked regu
larly for Dorsey Moran may proceed to
Atlanta Immediately, where steady Job for
about three months awaits them. One-half
fare there allowed. Others apply Fuller
Company's Office. Munsey Building.
GEORGE A. FULLER COMPANY.
HAVE YOU A TRADE
That Days vou a salary from ill to BO ner
eek. If not learn the Auto Business. We
need men at once, hatiunai, auto COL
LEDGE. Ith and O sts. nw. Open till I p. m.
MAN Colored, handy with tools, must be
strong and not afraid of hard wort; Call
at store C T st. N. W. Bring reference.
Have you an cut off port .
clothing I Do yon want to help
that scantily clad newsboy t Help
along a needy cause by droppiay
a postal o Box 417, Times Of
fee, and whatever you hare to
give will be called for.
These articles will be give
only to the needy.
PIANO TEACHERS -WANTEDEarn E.S0 aa
hoar teaching ragtime; system nsed tn 24
cities: complete lnstrue. free. Writ Axel
Chrlstenwn. 233 Auditorium bldg., Chicago.
SOLICITORS 3. for lauqdry; good propo
sltlon. Address BOX 510, Times office.
TAILORS to sew on men's coats: steady
work; good pay. Apply at once. 803 F at.
N. W., Room U. !
TINNERS Three competent. Apply at once.
Grafton A Sons. Wash. Loan & Trust bldg.
WANTED MEN WHO ARE CAPABLE OIT
CONDUCTING SPECIAL SALES QK
GENERAL MERCHANDISE STOCKS.
CALL 333 WOODWARD BLDG.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade; only
few weeks required. Wages while learn
ing. Steady employment gnaranteed.Il
lustrated catalogue mailed free. HOLER'S
BARBER COLLEGE. 207 Bowery. New Tork
YOUNO MAN Bright, active, for china
packing; must have department store ex
perience. Apply at once to Mr. gchaub, with
GGLDENBERG'S. 7th and K.
YOUNG MAN over IS years to work on
umbrellas, and go errands. Apply M. A.
GRISWOULD. 411 11th St. N. Vf. .
TOUNC MAN to solicit advertising;
must be young and aggressive.
Apply Room 45 Munsey Building,
after 1p.m. today.
'HI MI I I M-I-MI III MI l'M-H
f If you want to be
T thankful on a
I "Cold Winter Morn," t
Phillips' "Genuine" All- J
rone Home-maae sausage
It Makes a Delicious Breakfast.
For sale at all the best stores and
COLUMBIA PROV. CO. ?
til Louisiana Ave. N. W. X
(Cor. 10th.) 3.
ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY 4
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PROF. WYNDIIAM. SIS 12th N. W. Class
Tue. and Sat.. 7:20. Dancing. 8:30. Lessons.
foe. S for J2.50. Prlv. any hour. Ph. M. 5S73.
DAVISON'S. Prof, ft Mrs.. 71f Cth st. N. W.
Latest dances taught any hour: class and
dances. Tue. evs. Ph. M. $S4. Assembly
dances Thurs. A Sat, evs.. Nat. Rifles Arm'y.
MISSES CHAMBERLAIN AND COBB'S
DANCING SCHOOL. 100 Eye it. nw. Social
Dances Every Mon.. at Arcade. Ph. M. 2M2.
MDME. COULTER. 455 M stT N. W. If you
can walk I can teach ou to waltz; lesions
any time. 50c: classes eery Tuesday eve. 1
PRIVATE DANCING SCHOOL.
Only One Taught at a Time.
Latest Dances. Folk Dances.
Belasco Theater, top floor. Select. M. tgS-Y.
GLOVER'S. (13 rd st. N. W. Prl. lessons.
10c: waits & 2-etep guar. In S lessons: class
and dance Tue.. Thurs.. Sat. ee.. Wc: ball
room for rent. J4. Orchestra. Phone W. 1123.
ALBERT KAHLERT 4 CO..
Improved Rug Weaving and Carpet Cleaning.
352 Maryland ave. S. W. Ph. M. 2033.
PARLOR SUITS upholstered on credit: goods
delivered. ACME UPHOLSTERING CO,
II U SL N. W. -
frSfrw, ,v?.'LaJsitW - w-kfSyMm
WANTED Furniture Tor cash, Satt your
goods to the man who gives you the moss
money- e HOFWOOD. Mb. sad K. l
BIO MONEY PAID for furniture ud stocks
of merchandise, etc pianos asd orison,
store fixtures. Phone Main SttC.
D. NOTBS, 615 LA. AVE. N. W.
LIBERAL PRICE PAID for diamond pawn
tickets, pledged with reliable' dealers.
BOX 431. Times' ogles.
HIGHEST CASH ptloa paM for wars cteth
Ing: either ldl' or festlcsses's; sesJ
rl; will call. B. TABIhBS. 13M It at
W. Phsna North m. r-
WOULD LIKE TO BUT some hand painted
china done at home. Addres BOX I7t,
WANTED CrocbeUne dons by woon at
home: so dealer. -Apply BOX 473. Times
WANTED Some home made candles, Writs
BOX 47L Times office.
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MADAUNB CURTTN 4 tth ST. N. E.-
Readlng dally; healer: daveloptaet school;
Wednesday circle t p. m. Pa. Lloc 3617M.
MRS. HENKLE Try this sifted tneensa OS)
love and business affairs, mental, and strlt-
ual healing. Hrs. ltto . 11 4th st. se. J. "tS.
HOLY SPIRITUAL CHURCH mesta tsd floor
Sunday evening; 7 JO. Pythian Temple, 1013
fth St. N. W. MADALINE CURTIN.
SEANCE Tnes. and Tonrs. eves.. . p. m.:
readings dally; reads for entertabtmesHs;
Anacostia. cars. Mrs. K. Both. 7 its 8. 2.
MRS. O-BPOEN. Medium: readtaeT -emtat
hours from 1 to o'clock evenings. IM tea
st. 8. E, "
TINGS Hon.. Wei. FrL. p. m. sears;
aessage to each: dally martinis luUS.
TBV. SOI ML Vernon PL N. W. JaVJMg;
MRS. CLEMENS. Scientific P-'nirt -Room
212 Xenois Bids. nw. cor. G and Uth
sts. N. W. Children. 2Sc Open New leafs,
HORSES AND VEHICLES
FOR BALE 2C horses, carriage, saddle, and
work horses: these "horses will .her Saldino
reasonable offer refused: must bo as leprs
r. C. LOVE. 1444 P St. IT. W. ,.,
NOBLE COUNTRY HORSE, suitable for any
business. Call IS Heckmaa at. S. g-
TEN HORES and mares; sold for, vast at
nee. Rear 338 C St. N. W. !
HORSE years old. sound and reUsble.
weight 1.250 lbs.; also business busgy sad
wagon. 1315 7th at.
GAN3Z has JO ear loads at
rersr and T serins" n ssnus.
regardless) of cost, las st. X, W. 1
ONE HUDSON, one Bambler; one Calaafeia.
good coaster brakes; party, learla- town
left with C. T. HUNTER. 113 Pa. -avas. XilW.
Will sell cheap. "
TRANSFER AND STORAGE.
WE DO PACKING Household
ahlDment: storage In crlvata anartmants.
Free hauling to our storage. LlTTLsWlBLD.
ALVORD TJO . 597 14th 1. nw. x -
PADDED vaasv ft M.; J-h. was, fa Ji.
Phone Main UU-ltss. "
COLUMBIA TRANSFER 4k STOBAQS'OsLj
r BfsJ N. Y. are. N. W.
Paektar and Shipping. Storage, a van lnasl..
GET OUR ESTIMATES on absoluUly rs
proof storage, moving; pacldnc. UNTTsK)
STATES STORAGE CO.. 412-29 Wth at. N. W.
Phono M. 422. X
LATEST designs of wall paper: work guar
anteed: reasonable prices. IMPERIAL
WALL PAPER CO.. 47 G N. W. Ph. M. 7304.
FAFERHANGING, centers and picture rods
tinted. CHAS. EVANS. 1Z ta 8. W.
M. S3S5-T. ,
PAFERHANGINO. 20 leas than other Brass.
Phone Line, 223s. or drop postal tec esti
mate. CHA& B. HTSAN. SK JB. Cav ..
set of teeth (doubts suction). 34-fA. OoM
Crowns and Bridgawork, tz up. Extractlda
and Cleaning Free. PAINLESS DENTISTS.
Cor. 7th r sts. Entrance. tS y st-
C T. HUNTER'S SANITARY DUBT-SOLL-ING
FLOOR OIL contains ollum and wax.
Keeps the floors clean and bright and elves
them a polished finish. Good for your for
nlture. Try It. Mc gat- delivered. Used-by
the U. S. Govt and over 3,000 families for tho
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